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

kit, _P I 5 WINNERS EVERY DAY

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Stanley Kubrick's
2001:

TWO FREE TICKETS A Space Odyssey
toanyoneof La Cage Aux
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies. Birds of a Feather) SHOWIN(

EIPOCEILYPSE
NOW
His h ups are Hilious
Harold? ':Maude-

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, w~ithin 48 hours. Two free,
tickets for a State 1-2-3-4 Midlnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

No Contest To Enter!

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REGENT DAVID LARO-Best of luck in the
upcoming election. We support you in your effort to
maintain the quality of this great university. J.M.S.
33F1028
HISTORY OF ART STUDENTS (or anyone who
loves great art) can join the Religion 201 trip to
the Toledo Art Museum, Sun., Nov. 9. Phone 764-
4475 for details. Make reservations by Oct. 30.
cF026
TERM PAPER MADNESS
Cure it with Speed Research@.
Do faster, better, ORIGINAL work. Save all-nighters
for friends and lovers. Complete Booklet.
Send $3.00 to Study Aids, Box 2616, Ann Arbor,
MI 48106. 38F1030
BIBLIOGRAPHIES COMPILED TO
YOUR SATISFACTION
Call Xavior Times evenings 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
994-5155
IF 105
INSTRUMENTS-Guitars, Harps, Banjos,
Recorders,. Violins, etc.
Up to 40% off while we can ...
HERB DAVID
. GUITAR STUDIO
209 S. State, 665-8001
cFtc
REBELS TWO is a novel on young Marx and
young Thoreau. Donation to Dexter Press, 18055
James Couzens, Detroit, MI 48235. dF1031
HEY MAC-YOUre UGLY. Love, shit. dF025
MAKE THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY head-
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic needs-
1112 S. University. SFtc
MICHELLE (M. JEFFRIES), my bell, if I could
send you diamonds and furs I would, but could you
settle for free State 1-2-3-4 Theatres' tickets in-
stead? They're yours if you pick them up at the
Daily. dF1025
FORMER RELIGION 201 Students-This year's
trip to the Toledo Art Museum, Sun., Nov. 9, leaves
2:00 p.m., returns by 6:15 p.m. Bus spaces still
available. Contact Studies in Religion, 764-4475 right
away. cF1026
MICHELLE SPEILMANN you are definitely
"sick"! "Have a SPEEDY recovery"-Rob. dF1025
FOR BEING such a Jewel (L. GROVE), you may
pick up your free State 1-2-3-4 Theatres tickets from
the Daily. dF1025
WELCOME BACK to AA Carol and Kevin. Love,
Cath. dF1025
REPLACE YOUR MUFFLER BETWEEN
CLASSES! 30 minutes or less.. . lifetime guarantee
. . . proven lowest price . . . Call Ann Arbor
Muffler for your price over the phone, 769-5913.
5cFtc
DELI-DINNER-The best kosher deli in town. 6:00
p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Sand-
wich and sides $2. cF102
AFS/A' MEETING, 7:30 p.m. Monday 10/27/80,
International Ctr., 603 Madison. Returnees, hosts,
encouraged to attend. Ellen, 763-1000, 665-7887.
98F1026
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
Sunday, Oct. 26, 12-1 p.m. for beginners, 1-3 p.m.,
open dancing. cF02
AFS/A' MEETING, 7:30 p.m. Monday 10/27/80,
International Ctr., 603 Madison. Returnees, hosts,
encouraged to attend. Ellen, 763-1000, 665-7887.
94F1026
DELI-DINNER '(Kosher, N.Y. style), 6:00 p.m.
on Sunday, Oct. 26 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Sandwich
and sides, $2. cF1026
JAZZ-Drum and bass player needed for small
combo. Call Gil, 764-7655. 43F926
SPRINGSTEEN Pictures For Sale. Front row
Cobo. Other groups available. Call Jeff, 764-1700.
77F1020
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S.University
cFtc
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.,
Sunday, Oct. 26, 12-1 p.m. for beginners, 1-3 p.m.,
open dancing. cF1026
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE-Reasonable fees,
experienced teachers, evening classes Nov. 4-Dec. 4.
Realm Tutoring Service, 665-3579. 49F1102
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
WOMAN, 32, WISHES TO MEET MAN of his word
who enjoys good movies, and has sense of humor.
Box 1, Michigan Daily. 00F1026
EARN $$, Psychology Experiment in Cognitive
Processes, one hour session. Call 665-2214 T-Su. 7-9
p.m. 21F1026
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc.

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
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

WANTED-Illinois and Purdue football tickets.
DETROIT Lions tickets for sale. Phone 769-3927.
91Q1025
WANTED-Tickets to Horowitz concert. Please
call Lurena Bettencourt collect at 517-263-9052
afternoons. 25Q1026
PURDUE GAME-Wanted 6 tickets. Group of 4,
group of 2. 1-800-482-3906, David. 16 1030
SENIORS sell me your basketball tickets. Call 663-
8821 evenings. dQtc
CASH for U ofM football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580.
cQtc

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. Mich-
igan at Park, downtown Ypsilanti. Dealers welcome.
971-7676 weekdays, 487-5890 weekends. cW110
ONE ROOM in furnished 2 bath flat with 4 grads
and 1 working person. Free parking, 4 blocks from
central campus. $170/month. Call Lynn Kincaid,
763-2257 or 769-3038. 26Y1030
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share I bedroom
apartment. Campus location. Call 995-9856. 27Y1031

TXrIN, rOErSSIONA, ALLT YrSa.
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. cJtc
TYPING-Term papers, resumes, etc. and custom
flyers. Call Pat, 663-0835. - 51-1026
Writeon ..
* Copywriting
" Editing
" Research
" Overnight typing
996-0566

ROOM NEEDEDU Hil-East U. area. Looking tor
shared cooking, chores. Male-Female house pre-
ferred. 764-3603. 10L1025
RO MMA TES
KOSHER FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
lovely 2-bedroom apartment on U of M campus.
Call 769-2728. 85Y1028
ROOM FOR RENT in cooperative house. Country
living five minutes from campus. 662-1306. 29Y1030
Join The Doily

t your chance.
Help prevent
birth defects

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FIAT 1974-$800.00. Four door, two new radials,
some rust. 971-6191 or 764-5311. 34N1030
IT'LL be a brighter day for FREDERICK
BLACK(mer) if he comes to therDaily to pick up
hefay.Ctnta 1--.Terp- ie sonX02

'69 PONTIAC CATALINA. !In-dash cassette, AC.
heater, power brakes and steering. Extra tires
with rims. Needs body work. $500. Call Pat, 763-
5614 days and 996-4095 evenings. 14N1028
PONTIAC-'68 CATALINA. Runs good. New tires,
battery, radiator. Tuned. $300. Call Roger, 971-
2124 after 5. 09N1026
Be an angel ...
Read
764-0558

FOCUS ON SOUTH AFRICA
ALLAN AUBREY BOESAK, Coloured South African LiberatiQn Theoloajan
Author: Farewell to Innocence: A Socio-ethical Study on Black Theology
Sun., 6:00 Campus Chapel 1236 Washtenaw
"Black Liberation Theology in South Africa"
Mon., 9:30-11:30 Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw
"Black Liberation Theology in South Africa"
8:00 pm Whitney Auditorium, School of Education
"The Uprising of Mixed Race Students in South Africa-1960"
NEIL PARSONS, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Oxford Univ.
Wed. noon, Oct. 29 Lorch Hall 246
"REWORKING SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY FOR SCHOOLS"
PROF. CHARLES LONG, University of North Carolina
Wed., 7:00 pm Schorling Auditorium, School of Education
"BLACK RELIGION AND HISTORICAL REALITY"
DAVID NDABE, ANC (African National Congress) Observer to U.N.
Thurs., noon, Oct. 30, Whitney Auditorium, School of Education
"ROLE OF STUDENTS IN THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE FOR SOUTH AFRICA"
University Committee on South Africa, and Ethics & Religion 764-7442

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
O 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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ACROSS
1 Say the wrong
word
5 Make -
10 - effort
14 Christiania,
today
15 King of France
(987-996)
16 Irritate
17 St. Petersburg
figure
18 Puzzles
20 Quarrel
22 Ledger item
23 Exhausted
24 Galley
direction
25 State differently
28 Secular
30 Pallid
33 Approach, in
Amiens
34 March, for
instance
35 Zenana part
36 Hamlet's read-
ing matter
(Act II, sc. ii)
39 Last word
40 Prolix
41 Piece of gossip
42 Means of transp.
43 Hematite and
galena
44 Stylish

45 "- my
word..."
47 Assists
48 Man with words
50 Epee
55 Title entries
57 "Typee" sequel
58 "-, Silver!"
59 Trumpeter
60 Sincere
61 Sleeper's sound
62 Rental sign
63 To say, in Paris
DOWN
1 Alaric, for
instance
2 Peloponnesian
peak
3 Popular name in

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21

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5
6

Signals of a kind
Poet Laureate
(1843-50)

14 Across
Part of a book
Harmony
Mystery author

24 "Love - in
her smile":
Burns
25 Cruder
26 Polished wood
27 Writers
28 Commons'
counterpart
29 Hardy boy
31 - Ababa
32 Offensively
worded
34 "A Man For All
Seasons"
37 Function
38 Personal com-
mitment
44 Is hep to
46 "My Fair Lady"
scene
47 "Molly -. ..
48 "Der Rosen-
kavalier" baron
49 Speaker's place
50 Word letter, for
short
51 In words
52 Mountain sacred
to Buddhists
53 Leonine word
54 Ford's running
mate
56 Angkor -
10 111 12 13

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Le -
7 Footless crea-.
ture
8 Ending for tire
or wire
9 Milit. ranks
0 Originated
1 "In the begin-
ning. . .," for
example
2 Shoppe word
3 Silence

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A R IGH T, a " "riht! "e " slneed a meai man
to work in frat at dinner-% hour of work in ex-
change for meal. Don't be shy, call 995-1388. Ask
for Mark. 17129
YEE HAW! BENJAMIN BRUINSMA has won
free tickets from the State 1-2-3-4 Theatres. Please
pick them up from the Daily. dH1025
HOUSEKEEPER-4-6 hours-$4.00/hr. After-
noon(s). Call 769-1672eves. 36H1030
STUART (P. LANDAY)! Free tickets from the
State 1-2-3-4 Theatres are yours fhr the asking at
the Daily. Hope to see you soon! dH1025
APPLY NOW. STUDENT JOBS
Starting at $7/hr. Car needed. Call 434-3053, M-Th
6-9, F 11-4. 22H1024
CLEANING PERSON for 3-4,-hr. Sat. morning in
home. Pay begins at $4.50/hr. Call 995-2808. 95H1026
EXCELLENT WORK STUDY position in adult
outpatient psychiatry program as library assistant.
Library research, obtaining journal articles, main-
taining research reference filing system. Call
Diana Arnold at 763-0115: 06H1026

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What: GARGOYLE New Wave Edition
When: On Sale starting October 27
Where: All over campus and at the Student Publications
Building, 420 Maynard, next to the Student
Activities Building.

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