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Page 8-Wednesday, October 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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

r- POEFgi WINNERS EVERY DAY

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Stanley Kubrick's
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TWO FREE TICKETS A Space Odyssey

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to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.

APOCALYPSE
NOW.

TH-E 13th
His h s are Hilarious
Harold#r"Maudu,

No Contest To Enter!
Just look through todoy'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.

SHOWING OCT. 31 & NOV. 1

NUETRONS ARE POISON
Multi-color design. Steadman Hi-cru Lt. blue, sand,
yellow. S-M-L-XL $10.00 postpaid or pay C.Q.D.
Allow six weeks delivery. Ptarmigan Co., Box
1306, Panama City, FL 32401. 49B1104
CHEVY IMPALA 1969-Good engine, very de-
pendable and low mileage. Asking $500.00. Phone
",9-9704 62B1102
ONE PAIR GENESIS III speakers, two years old,
{ lifetime warranty. Call Jeff, 996-1907. 51B1102
USED OFFICE FURNITURE. Good condition.
1!ikss, chairs, and file cabinets. 971L5144. 70B1030
I VATHERCRAFT by A.R.M. at A-A Farmer's Mkt.
,art Saturdays, stalls No. 1 and No. 2. Briefcases,
ags, belts, and various other items. Custom, per-
sonalizedleathercraft aspecialty. 04B1107

JOHN FORTUNE of Roseville is fortunate because
he has just won two free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4
Theaters! This fortune teller says all John has to
do is pick them up at the Daily! dE1029
UNFURNISHED ROOM in 2 person apt. Campus
location. $175/month. 995-3562 aftelrnoons. 24C1029
HOUSEMATE NEEDED-Own room, beautiful
house, close to campus, vegetarian, non-s oker.
$140/month and utilities and deposit. 6-0275.
0301024
TWO OR THREE SPACES available in a two
bedroom apt. CLOSE to central campus. Call
662-6702. 05C1029
GREEN TERRACE
$100 RENT CREDIT until Oct. 31, 1980. Excep-
tionally large one and two bedroom apartments
with new carpet, new custom draperies, 1% baths,
new pool, security guard and intercom system.
Small pets welcome. (FROM $276 INCLUDING
HEAT AND CABLE T.V.) Call 483-7308 Mon.-Fri.
9-6, Sat. 1-5. 772 Green Rd., Ypsilanti, near St.
Joseph's Hospital. Dahlmann Apartments. cCtc
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
CAMPUS
SWe 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. Oct(

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
Words 1 2 3 4 5 add.
0-14 1 70 3 40 4 60 .580 7 00 1 00
15-21 2 55 510 6 90 8 70 10 50 1 50
22-28 3 40 680 ' 920 11 60 14 00 2 00
29-35 4 25 850 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 50 350
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Weeks Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26 39 inches/week 13 26 39
12 34 31 27 6 2 10 1 90 1 65
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 over18 1 80 1 65 1 40
48 26 24 18
54 24 23 17
60 23 22 16
N B Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
8 lnes equals 1 inch 7 words per line

ALL RIGHT, all right! We still need a meal 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. 17H1029
BABYSITTER FOR 2-year-old in my North Campus
home. 3-5:30 p.m. 2 or 3 days a week. 662-7614.
40H1029
PIZZA DRIVERS-Part time only. Must be 18.
No car necessary. Apply in person only, after 4:30
p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Pl., across
from Couzens Hall. 48H1107,
SECURITY GUARDS to patrol campus buildings
11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m. 2-5 shifts per week, $3.85-
$4.17. Apply State Security Services Inc., 1000
Cornwell Place, the 400 Ingalls Building. 47H1030
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home for six month
old. Wed., Thur., and Fri., 8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
References required. 665-9591 evenings. 46H1102
HOUSEKEEPER-4-6 hours-$4.00/hr. After-
noon(s). Call 769-1672 eves. 36H1030
W A NTE D TO R ENT
WANTED-ROOMMATE-Quiet, studious, mature
male,;$150/month and utilities, 4 miles from campus,
immediate occupancy. Call 434-6135 eves., wknds.
S^L11fl

TICKET run aaE-ruruue 20-30; vaudimer
Horowitz 40-50; Lions-Packers 10-15; X-tree tickets.
994-0145. 65Q1107
LINDA D. BERSON, grab your favorite person
and go to the movies because you've just won two
tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 Theaters-pick them up
at the Daily! dQ1029
CASH for Uof M football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 996-1580.
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PURDUE GAME-Wanted 6 tickets. Group of 4,
group of 2. 1-800-482-3906, David. 16 1030
TWO PURDUE TICKETS for sale, price negotiable.

Call Jay at 994-6103 after 6:00.

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SENIORS sell me your basketball tickets. Call 663-
8821 evenings. dQtc
ROOMMATES
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. Campuslocation. Call 995-9856. 27Y1031
ROOM FOR RENT in cooperative house. Country
living five minutes from campus. 662-1306. 29Y1030

,LUTELY BEAUTIFUL, turn of the century
near downtown, 5/6 bedrooms. Call Gail
ar, 996-4389, Deloof and Associates. 4401101
WLY FURNISHED or Unfurnished At.-
rn 2 Bedroom Apartment next to Rackham
tling, washer and dryer, parking, sublet rent
iable. 663-4101. 32C1108
S ET ROOM in quiet, cozy house in North
Arbor. Peaceful, pretty neighborhood, con-
ial housemates. $10/month, avail. Nov. 1st. Call
8. dClO31
AMPUS-1 BLOCK
*ghtful one-bedroom apartment;reasonable rent.
rn Apartments-668-6906. cCtc
DROOM MOBILE HOMES close to campus,
ial student rates. $180/mo. 483-1161. 87C1116
LF-STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units from
mo. 1 mile from U M football stadium. Stow
ay Self Storage. 769-0119. eCtc
ARTMENT FOR RENT. 1-bedroom w/loft.
,) /month. Full kitchen and bathroom. Call 663-
66 or 665-2676. 46C1030
I ON CAMPUS
I eed a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. eCtc
ARBOR PARK
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. $317 a
month, includes heat, water, laundry facilities and
parking. 662-7787. 07C1104

UDRSA wu Suur-Gestait, Senoi, masKs,
acting and drawing dreams. October 31-Nov. 2.
$35 registration plus ability to pay fee. Details from
Bob Blood PhD., Margaret Blood MA. 769-0046.
cF1030
CHARMING BUT SHY GUY, bright, bored, and
seeking a sincere, fun lovin' counterpart. 53F1101
ONEG SHABBAT with Adi Zemach, Hebrew Univ.:
"Who Is a Jew?" 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31 at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. cF1031
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Our lifetime
guarantee is good across America. Call 769-5913 for
Ann Arbor Muffler's best price over the phone.
Only 2 miles from campus. 2cktc

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
REBELS TWO is a novel on young Marx and
young Thoreau. Donation to Dexter Press, 18055
James Couzens, Detroit, MI 48235. dF1031
HILLEL MUSICIANS-8:00 p.m. on Supday, Nov.
2 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Israeli, Yiddish, Hassidic,
folk, and liturgical music. All instrumentalist and
singers welcome! cF1102
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING on Sunday, Nov. 2 at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. 12-1 p.m. for beginners and
1-3 p.m., open dancing. cF1102
PLAY PINBALL AND WIN!! Have games in your
Frat or Sorority and share in the profits. Call Bill
at 662-6986 for more information. 15F1104
YEHUDA AMICHAI-Israeli poet. Speaking and
reading poetry at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Refreshments served. cF1030
SUPPORT THE GARGOYLE !
(Why not?)
dFo131
' BIBLIOGRAPHIES COMPILED TO YOUR
e SPECIFICATIONS
Call Xavior Times evenings 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
994-5155
t 11F1105
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc.

CLEANING PERSON in home. 1 day/week 6-8 hrs.
References required.$4/hr. Convenient Geddes/Arb
location. Eves. 769-1361. 67H1102
PART TIME SECRETARY; mature adult. 15-25
hours/week. Call Norm Foltz, 994-6500. 63H1101
WANTED-Virgins for All Hallow's Eve. Contact
us at 668-9064 from 10-12 p.m. 61H1031
KITCHEN HELP is now needed at Theta Xi, 1345
Washtenaw. Call David or Kym at 761-6133. 55H1113
TERRI B. CIGELNIK-Just think. . . if you hadn't
read today's Daily, you wouldn't have known that
you are the winner of two free tickets to the State
1-2-3-4 Theaters-just come to the Daily and pick
them up! dG1029
LIBRARY ASSISTANT-1 p.m.-10 p.m. 2 years
full time clerical experience, preferably in library;
typing 50 w.p.m. Washtenaw Community College,
Office of Employee Relations, P.O. Box D-1, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106. An Affirmative Action-Equal
Opportunity Employer. 42H1031
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

F",'"R"l'rE'"I'"4L, ' L L "
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364.
Wrte-on . .
- Copywriting
* Editing
-Research
* Overnight typing
996-056

1974 MUSTANG II-AM/FM, no rust, 65,500 miles,
sharp car, takes reg. gas, B/O.769-1750. 60N1105
CADILLAC ELDORADO F.W. drive, rebuilt eng.,
exc. tires, white leather, absolutely loaded. $375.
995-9765. 52N1101
'78 DATSUN 2802-Silver, 2 plus 2, power brakes,
AM-FM stereo, 34,000 miles, $6300.00. CALL
LIVONIA 422-1680. 57N1105
FIAT 1974-$800.00. Four door, two new radials,
nm it .71-6191 nr 7.14-1 34N 100

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OWN BEDROOM in 2 bedroom apt. Hill & Church,
quiet. O.K. place. 995-9765. 54U1101
Join The Daily

TODAY is your lucky day, EDWARD BARTEL,
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE because you are the winner of free tickets to the
C A R D C A B S M U G State 1-2-3-4 Theaters. They're waiting for you at
ALA 1 AAR. i3"N lIKE theDaily! dF1029
S A I S S T A T E 0 D E S CINCINNATI? Who wants to live in Cincinnati? Not
AS L A P 0 N T H E R I S T WILLIAM DEVOLVE-he moved to Ann Arbor so
A R A E D E N he could win free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 Theaters!
R I M S P A R L E L I A Come down to the Daily and get'em! dF1029
R A N I S R E E D B I R D STUDENT LOOKING for any research info. on
E T 0 N F E A R S L 0 A D Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Call 292-3667. 59F1030
D A N G L I N G TENTS SHABBAT SERVICES for Friday, Oct.a31are at
0 iNt E I N T E R A S S E 5:15 p.m. (Conservative and Orthodox) at Hillel.
A M A R E E LSDinner follows; reservations by {Friday noon.
TH UM BNAILSKE TC HcF1031
R A S P C I MA $ D 0 R E WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepa-
0 E L E N E R Orations. VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. Univer-
W E R E SSE S E S sityAvenue. 2cFtc
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE"
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Hawthorne's city
6 Ancient people
of Palestine
10 Hebrew month
14 Old Grecian mall
15 Latin years
16 "Arrivederci"
city
17 Winning spot
18 Gainsay
19 Lumps
20 Ingratiate
22 Take court
action
23 Adjective suffix
24 - Moines
26 Made ready for
filing
28 Track areas
33 Subterfuge
34 Aroma, along
the Thames
35 Mediterranean
people: Abbr.
37 Math abbr.
40 Speak well of
41 Like sea water
42 Swan genus
43 Diplomat: Abbr.
44 Fine home
45 Get around
46 Is situated
48 Wage earner
50 Cautioned
53 French season
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57
62

Ceremonial form.
Male swan
Unwilling
Mideast sultan-

ate
63 Cafeteria neces-
sity
65 Attu resident
66 Hawaiian song
67 Toward the
Orient: Sp.
68 Principle
69 Inquires
70 Accomplishes
71 Ham it up

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Out of danger
Not in favor, of
rural style

27 Clear tables
28 Actress Negri
29 One of the
Cartwrights
30 Nonsensical
language
31 Washout
32 Steps in a fence
36 "What's in
?": Shakes-
pearean ques-
tion
38 Cipher
39 Symbol of
genealogy
41 Halved
42 Ab - (from
the start)
44 One of exper-
ience, for short
45 Hoist
47 Actress Dunne
and others
49 Harper Valley
org.
50 Sensory clue
51 Squeezable
fruits
52 Back: Prefix
56 Restrain
58 Sch. level
59 Splitsville
60 Bird delicacy
61 Feminine suffix
64 Word of accept-
ance

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
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
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE-Reasonable fees,
experienced teachers, evening classes Nov. 4-Dec. 4.
Realm Tutoring Service, 665-3579. 49F1102
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.,
Sunday, Oct. 26, 12-1 p.m. for beginners, 1-3 p.m.,
open dancing. cF1026
Read and Use
Daily
C lass if ieds !

Did you just settle for any
job because there wasn't the
time or money to get more
education after. high school?
It's not too late.
If you want to continue
your education, no matter
what your age, study money
can be yours. But you have to
APPLY YOURSELF.
Whether you want to go
to college or technical school,
federal financial aid is avail-
able to those who qualify.
Interested? Ask the

NEED A SECOND CHANCE?

financial aid administrator at
the school you plan to attend,
or write to Box 84, Washing-
ton, D.C. 20044 for a free
booklet entitled "A Student
Consumer's Guide to Six
Federal Financial Aid
Programs:'
APPLY YOURSELF
today. Education after high
school can be the key to a
better life.
United States
Office of Education

3 Conrad novel,
"- Jim"
4 Gaelic
5 Corrida principal
6 Furious
7 Singles
8 Cancel
9 Twice annually
10 - Army, on
the links
11 Baseball feat
12 Stroll along
13 Demolished: Var.
21 Type of room,
for short
25 Play the bagpipe

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