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Page 6-Saturday, October 18, 1980-The Michigan' Daily

If you find your name and address
in today's Michigan Daily classified
page
YOU WIN

2 001:

TWO FREE TICKETS A Space Odyssey
to any one of La Cage Aux
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies Folle S
Midnigt Move (Birds of a Feather) SHOWINI

AIPOCEILYPSE
NOW
His hangps are Hilarious
HaroldMaude
G OCT. 17 & 18

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter!
Just look through today's Classified
Ads. Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in this section. If your
name and address appear, call our busi-
ness office at 764-0560 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.),
420 Maynard. within 48 hours. Two free
tickets for a State 1-2.3-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

LUST Monday, Oct. 6-Adult gray tabby cat with
white chest. Neutered male, declawed, Wall Street
vicinity. Call 769-2047. Reward. 38A1019
FOUND-A woman's Seiko watch on Catherine St.
between Division and State. To claim call 763-
3595 and describe the watch. dA1018
FOUND-UGLI calico cat, about 1 yr. old, gray,
yellow, and white. Call days, Mon.-Fri. If no calls
by Wed., Oct. 22 the cat will be sent to the Humane
Society. 764-7493. dA1021
A LETTER was found by Rackham with the return
address of Shoreham, Washington, D.C., and ad-
dressed to Imolda Lourdes Molina. There is no
address but it is sealed and stamped. 764-8158.
dA1018
$25 REWARD-For return of Shell-framed contaract
glasses and leather-red case. Lost Oct. 14 between
West Quad and Bicycle Jim's. If found please call

STEREO-Thorens TD115, $280; SAE T7 Tuner,
$270; SME3 Tonearm, $140.662-5489, Steve. 76B1023
BRAND NEW wicker towel stand, beige, $20;
worn once Artcarved diamond ring, white and
yellow gold band with small diamonds, size 8,
$90; never used McCall's recipe card set, $20. Call
Kermit at 769-7824 Sunday ONLY please after 11 a.m.
or between 4:30-6 p.m. week days. Thanks. dBtc
USED OFFICE FURNITURE. Good condition.
Desks, chairs, and file cabinets. 971-5144. 70B1030
MOVING SALE-Furniture, rugs, plants, bicycles
and more. 819 S. State at Packard. October 18 & 19.
31B1019
SALE FOR SUBLEASE; Price negotiable, avail-
able immediately, very good location. Call 764-5062.
32B1021
CHEST OF DRAWERS
5 Drawers-Maple
$32.00 Ea.
NIGHT STANDS
Oak-1930 Vintage
$22.00 Ea.
DRUM SET
Ludwig
Make Offer
PHONE: 313-475-2842
__33B1018
GIBSON ES125, late 50s. Good condition. $250.
Call Joel, 995-9825. 18B1018
FOR SALE-BALDWIN No. 5 CONSOLE ORGAN,
2 keyboards, full foot pedals, $750. Call 663-8244.
dBtc
BARGAINS-Brand new beige colored towel stand,
$20; Artcarved wedding band, white and yellow
gold with small diamonds, size 8%, bargain for
,$90. Call Kermit at 769-7824 between .4:30 and 6
p.m. ONLY, PLEASE; thanks. dBtc
ANSWERS TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
LOCALS BANTAM
DEVALUE ALARMED
AGELESS LINEAGE
SAR STAL ED TAT
STAB SMUT UNITE
IOTAS EPEE AVON
E RE BU S EA SE ME N T
B E TS M A NE
AM B IT I 0N U ND IN E
B E RT R UE S S A T 0N
ADi T S R A TS YE G G
D IG C E NT RAL R AE
A CA DE ME OV E RA L L
NOD U LE S NOT A TE S
SE ROU S G RA PE S

BAITS FEMALE DOUBLE SUITE-Sell, or trade
for room in house. Call Mary, 764-2417, weekdays.
42C1019
AVAILABLE NOW 1 bedroom apt. $310/month in-
cludes utilities. 1217 Willard. 663-4641, year lease.
dC1019
YOUR CHOICE-2 bedroom apt. either furnished or
unfurnished, across from Rackham, parking,
washer and dryer facilities. 662-7787. 65C1028
AVAILABLE NOW-Drastically reduced, 2 bdrm.
apt. in a small, well maintained building. State and
Kingsley, carpeted, A/C, disposal, laundry and
parking. $375/mo. Cornell-Morris Co., 434-3717.
68C1024
2 BEDROOM CONDO. Burns Park. All appliances,
$400/month, including heat. 995-3535 or 662-8002.
52C1019
SELF-STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units from
$14/mo. 1 mile from U M football stadium. Stow
Away Self Storage. 769-0119. cCtc
APARTMENT FOR RENT. 1-bedroom w/loft.
$300/month. Full kitchen and bathroom. Call 663-
3526 or 665-2676. 46C1030
DELUXE 1 BEDROOM SUBLET. Short term
lease with options. Clubhouse extras. 994-9095 eves.
35C1018
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK
Delightful one-bedroom apartment, reasonable rent.
Modern Apartments-668-6906. cCtc
ROOMS FOR RENT in a centrally located frater-
nity. Room and board includes 16 meals a week,
washing and drying facilities, and free parking.
For information call 761-5227. 22C1018
SOUTH UNIVERSITY-WASHTENAW AREA-
Your own locked private bdrm. in 3 bdrm. furnished
house. Fireplace, parking, newly decorated and'
carpeted. Prefer serious student or nurse. For ap-
pointment to see 665-8825, eves. 475-9773. 39C1019
ON CAMPUS
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. cCtc
CAMPUS
We are currently leasing our remaining few one-
bedroom, modern furnished apartments. Stop by or
call DAHLMANN APARTMENTS, 543 Church,
761-7600 days, 665-2664 eves & weekends. cCt
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00,, Three & Four bedroom
townhouses occasionally available. Children & small
pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community
cctc
NEW HOME
New home with fireplace, 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2-car
garage with automatic opener, full basement, wood
dheck, use of tennis court and pool. Approximately
1 miles from downtown on west side near Veteran's
Park. $550/month.
Dahlmann Apartments, 761-7600 days,
996-3500 eves & weekends.

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
Words 1 2 3 4' 5 add.
0 -14 1 70 3 40 4 60 580 7 00 100
15-21 2 55 510 6 90 8 70 10 50 1 50
22-28 3 40 6 80 9 20 1160 14.00 2 00
29-35 425 8.50 11 50 14 50 17 50 2 50
36-42 - 510 10 20 1380 17 40 21 00 3 00
43-49 6 80 11 90 16 10 2030 24 50 3 50
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Weeks Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26 39 Inches/week 13 26 39
12 34 31 27 6 210 190 165
18 33 30 26 9 2 05 1 85 1.60
24 31 28 24 12 2 00 1 80 1 55
30 30 27 23 15 195 1 75 15C
36 28 25 21 18 190 1 70 145
42 27 26 20 over 18 1 80 1 65 1 40
48 26 24 18
54 24 23 17
60 23 22 16
N 8 Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
8 lines equals 1 inch 7 words pe' line

UNLIMITED EARNINGS-Sell speirulina plankton,
the all-natural high protein food of the future.
Call Paul Bail at 668-8227. lcHtc
Congratulations DEBORAH L. FOX! You have
won two free tickets to State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theatres.
All you have to do is to come to the Michigan Daily
and pick them up. dJ1018
PROGRAMMER-Small technological oriented
company needs programmer with Motorola 6809-
68,000 experience to work nights for 3-6 months.
Experience with graphics and scientific program-
ming would be a plus. Send resume to: Chief
Engineer, Jodon Engin. Assoc., 62 Enterprise Dr.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48103. 67H1028
REGISTERED NURSE CONSULTANT NEEDED
to provide services to mentally retarded clients
residing in specialized home-like settings in Wash-
tenaw and Monroe counties. Hours and days flexible,
8-40 hrs. per month. For further information contact
Hillcrest Regional Center, AIS Department, (517)
546-8432. 60H 1022
Your student bookstore is now accepting ap-
plications for winter book rush. These are TEM-
PORARY jobs in December and January. 3.59/hr.
Rush employees who worked last Jan. or last month
don't need to reapply. All applications from Oct. 13-
25 will receive equal attention: Apply at U. Cellar
(Michigan Union) 530 S. State. 16H1025
ATTENTION!!! Students of Gemology, Geology,
Retail Merchandising, Fashion Design. Jewelry
Design...
Full- and part-time sales
Ostarman Jewelers is coming to town in the Arbor-
land Mall. Ostarman Jewelers 29-store contempo-
rary buying jewelry chain is presently recruiting
for both full- and part-time sales positions. Excellent
salary, fringe benefits, and bonus programs includ-
ing educational assistance for studying the DCA
Diamontology or Gemology Programs. For more
information call Stuart Aubrey, Director of Per-
sonnel Services, toll free (800) 537-0250. 53H1021
RESTAURANT OPENINGS-Waitpeople, busboys,
cooks and pantry help. Lord Fox, 662-1647. 30H1019
ATTENTION-Election workers needed for election
day, November 4. $3.35 per hour. No experience
required. Must be registered to vote in Ann Arbor.
Call City Clerk's Office, 994-2725. 34H1014

GIANT FLEA MARKET
Bargains, furniture, antiques, collectables, jewelry,
and misc. 150 dealers. Every weekend 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 214 E. Michigan
at Park, downtown Ypsilanti. Dealers welcome.
971-7676 weekdays, 487-5890 weekends. cW 1101
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
Oct. 19, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 off -94,
275 dealers, everything GUARANTEED for authen-
ticity, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. ("Early Birds" welcome after 5
aom hn dealennIrs 2arrive).I41 W 1l019

TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. cJtc
Write-on.
* Copywriting
" Editing
" Research
* Overnight typing
996-0566

HAPPY B-DAY JODY! I miss your smile. Mitchell.
40F1018
SPRINGSTEEN Pictures For Sale. Front row
Cobo. Other groups available. Call Jeff, 764-1700.
77F1020
For Sale-REBELS TWO is a novel on Young Marx
and Young Thoreau., Donation to Dexter Press,
18055 James Couzen, Det., MI 48235. dF1019
MAKE THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY head-
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic needs-
1112 S. University. 5cFtc
HAPPY SWEETEST DAY STEVE -
It's not too bad you're going away-
(But I'll see you again some cold winter day . .)
Cyndi. dF1018
THOU ART the light of mine eyes, guided to
shineth in the path of righteousness; Henceforth
to iluminate thy way and brighten the figure of
thine dreams-my noble knight in shining armour.
Happy Anniversary and Happy Sweetest Day.
Love, Boo Boo Face. 80F1018
UNDER.THE ROSE
escorts
call: 663-7222

MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings

Purdue game November 15. Willing to pay $15.00.
each. Call Mr. Bourassa, 313-557-7722 between
8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. 57Q1021
WANTED-Illinois and Purdue Football T{ickets.
DETROIT Lions Tickets For Sale. Phone 769-
3927. 44Q1021
CASH for U of,M football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580.
cQtc
LISA R. COLVIN of Southfield, do you know what
has just happened to you? You have been chosen as
the lucky winner of two free tickets to the State
1, 2, 3, 4 Theaters. We can't wait until you come to
the Daily to pick them up. dPlt18
KATHERINE A. HUBCHEN of Clarkston- Wes
would like to make-you aware that you have just-
won two free tickets to the State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theaters.;
Come by the Daily and pick them up. dW1018
8 TICKETS NEEDED for UM-Illinois game, to-
gether or 4 and 4.663-6786. 74Q1021
MICHIGAN FOOTBALL TICKETS-Buy or sell.
Free pick up or deliveryCall Now, 994-0145. 71Qi024
NEED 1 TICKET to Purdue game, section 32 or 33.
Cn Lance 764-72A 38.l-9121

WANT TO SHARE RIDE from Flint to U of M 8-5
daily. Call Karen at 763-3000. 47G1019

ENTERTAINER NEEDS special dentistry. Willing
to pay dental student. 668-4194. 63H1019
NEEDED-Typists for manuscript composition and
light editing. Experience preferred, but will train.
Prefer work study applicants, but others will be
considered. Part time hours to be arranged. Please
contact the Center for Chinese Studies Publications
Office, 763-5888. 75Hi022
DISHWASHER-Apply in person-mornings.
Fleetwood Diner, Liberty at Ashley. 83H1023
PART-TIME SALES people. Call 994-0119. 82H1019
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia. All fields, $500-$1200
monthly, expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free Info.,
Write: IJC, Box 52-MI1, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
06H1025

WANTED-Senior basketball coupons or season

SAVE BUCKS .
On many new and used pet and aquarium supplies.
Free delivery,662-4985. 20T1019

1976 SAAB-4 uoor, lots o extras. Contact Rudy,,day.
668-7000: eveninrg449-2205. 65N 1021

TOLD,

84F1018
Happy Petest Day.
dF1018

HOUSESITTING,
Graduate student.
9472 days. .

ONS WANTEDb
JOB WANTED. Experienced
Dates flexible. Call Mark, 764-
48()1022

JAZZ-Drum and bass player needed for small
combo. Call Gil, 764-7655. 43F926
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

REPLACE YOUR MUFFLER BETWEEN
4CTI,,SES! 30 miniutes or less ... lifetime guarantee
. . proven lowest price-. . . Call Ann Arbor
Muffler for your price over the phone, 769-5913.
ScFtc
A WOMEN'S THERAPY GROUP is being offered
at the Counseling Center for .Jrs., Srs., graduate,
and older women. It is focused on personal issues,
but will include issues shared by all women. Meet-
ings will be Mondays from 4:10 to 5:30 p.m., starting
as soon as there are enough women. For preliminary
interviews call group leaders, Katie Snyder or
Estels Rivero, at 764-9466. 78F1023
INSTRUMENTS: Guitars, Harps, Banjos,
Records, Violins; etc.
Up to 40% off while we can.. .
HERB DAVID
GUITAR STUDIO
209 S. State, 665-8001
cFtc
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE-Reasonable fees,
experienced teachers, evening classes Nov. 4-Dec. 4.
Realm Tutoring Service, 665-3579. 49F1102
LUCKY YOU! PAULA DUZY! You are the proud
owner of two free tickets to the State 1, 2, 3, 4
Theaters. Come by the Daily and pick them up. we
are waiting for you. dZ1018
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct.
19 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Instruction and Open
Dancing. cF1019

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MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to snare z nedroom
apt. $116/month.Call 769-4673. 37Y1021
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Furnished Apt. Packard-
Carpenter area. $105/mo. and utilties. 971-2709
after 10 mm. 64Y1022

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9 Sigmas
14 Ballerina Park
15 Far East baby-
sitter
16 Everest's
environs
17 Family tie of
a sort
19 Thirst after
20 Single, in Hesse
21 Bronte character
22 Made a fanfare
23 Sneak off
25 Bird activity
27 Business figure.
29 Decoration
33 Pre-war French
connection
37 Power agency
initials
38 Old French
coins
39 Morgan's morsel
40 Source of power:
Abbr.
41 Railroad abbr.
42 Something prior
to the dryer
46 Make a mess
of things
48 Inner: Prefix
49 Dubliners
51 Bicycle of a kind
55 Asserts

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58 Above a
viscount
60 Spirit: Fr.
61 Mediterranean
midpoint
62 Secondary
occupations
64 Shakespearean
prankster
65 Wavy: Heraldry
66 Point of interest
near Catania
67 Comes into
proximity
68 Historic Loch
69 Certain wines
DOWN
1 Implant
2 Contradict
3 Spirited horse,
for short
4 Intersection sign
5 Belafonte beat
6 Asian title
7 Rural routes
8 Definite article
9 Fence in
10 Hombre's wrap
11 Rigging support
12 Roof edge
13 Yukon convey-
ance
18 Evil spirit
22 Word with docks
or doggle
24 MacGraw and
others

26 Exhibit great
discomfort
28 "She - to
Conquer," Gold-
smith opus
30 Ankles
31 Age group
32 Behold: Lat.
33 Pone ingredient
34 Height: Prefix
35 Bengali teacher
36 Geog. divn.
40 North Carolina
school
42 Breakfast fare
43 "Bridge of
San - Rey"
44 Main dishes
45 Guernsey enclo-
sure
47 Metallurgical
term
50 "Die Lorelei"
author
52 Alighieri
53 Change the text
54 Southwestern
formations
55 Arm of the
Arabian Sea
56 Work on a
Delicious
57 Hip bones
59 Tots up
62 Object of
worship
63 Comparative
ending
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J' of A' (Jewish Joggers of Ann Arbor) 10:00 on
Sunday, Oct. 19. Meet at Hillek, 1429 Hill St. for
3 or 6 mile jogs. Brunch follows. cF1019
DELI-DINNER (Kosher; N.Y.-style), 6:00 p.m. on
Sunday, Oct. 19 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Sandwich
and sides, $2. cF1019
MAY WE HELP YOU with your non-prescription
needs? VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. 4cFtc
YOUNG JEWISH PROFESSIONALS-Potluck
Discussion Brunch Sunday, Oct. 19 at noon, 217
Bucholz. For information and directions, call 665-
5065. cF1019
HILLEL MUSICIANS, 8:00 p.m. Sunday, October 19,
at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Israeli, Yiddish, Hassidic,
Folk, and Liturgical music. All instrumentalists and
singers welcome. cF1019
GUARANTEED TO RAISE YOUR GRADEPOINT
Guided imagery relaxation training. Call New Age
Resources, Dr. Bail, 668-8227. 2cFtc
DELI-DINNER (Kosher, N.Y. style), 6:00 p.m. on
Sunday, Oct. 26 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Sandwich and
sides, $2. cF1026
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.,
Sunday, Oct. 26, 12-1 p.m. for beginners, 1-3 p.m.,
open dancing. cF1026
JOIN US IN MIDDLE EARTH. Michigan TOLKIEN
Fellowship meeting 7:30 Mon., Oct. 20, conf. room 6,
Michigan Union. For more info. call Alan, 662-
2754. 50F1019
THE KLEZMORIM (Yiddish street band musicians),
8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18 at Mendelssohn
Theater. All seats reserved, $5. Tickets available at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Party at Hillel following concert.
cFl0l8
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University

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