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Black-brown German Shepherd Huskie puppy. Ap-
proximately 16 weeks old with white flea collar only.
FARISA PRO. ELECTRA
FARISA PRO. ELEC, PIANO, with S.G. system
amp., built in phase shifter. Mint condition-great
for group. $900.00, 474-4757, after 5:00 p.m. dB1126
"Member-Immoral Minority" bumper sticker
$1.00 name, address toBox 02716 Detroit, 48202. Join
Used CF Martin guitar (handmade from Rosewood)
in good shape, $700, 995-B1203
4' black light with fixture, posters, and mirror
s uares. Best offer, 995-4133. 20B1203
SUBLET-Large two bdrm. apt. near North Campus
and hospitals, Jan.-Aug., $375, no damage deposit.
995-1038 or 973-7175. 28C 1202
Female space available in Lenny Bruce Co-op for
winter term. Call Beth at 668-9064. 26C1203
Two bdrm. apt.-large living room and den, dish-
washer, parking and laundry facilities available.
Call 994-1291. 24C1203
5 min. from campus. 3 bedroom ranch in Lakewood
subdivision. Park setting. Beautiful hardwood floors.
Vaulted ceiling. $495/mo. Avail. immed. 434-3717.
2 bedroom, large, beautiful apartment. Riverhouse
near Medical Center. Available now or Second
semester. Phone 763-3083 days or 985-3662 evenings.
$100 RENT CREDIT until Dec. 30, 1980. Exceptionally
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. Call483-7308 Mon.-Fri. 9-6, Sat. 1-5. 772
Green Rd. near St. Joseph's Hospital. Dahlmann
FEMALE TO SHARE SPACIOUS bedroom in char-
ming apartment, fireplace. $135 includes utilities.
Single room for female in lovely, spacious duplex.
$195 includes utilities. Burns Park Area 663-3662.
Cambridge House lease available in male double.
Call Dave 763-3643.. 14C1209
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-2 bdrm, 2 bath
modern apt., furnished, A/C, disposal, balcony,
laundry, parking, cable TV outlet, goodlocation. Call
994-1328, ask for Kathy or Beth. 06C1205
Modern two-bedroom unfurnished .apartment. In-
cludes heat, water, laundry facilities and parking.
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
One bedroom in a five person house with piano.
Friendly roommates. $145 per month. Close to cam-
pus and I.M. 663-2124. 09C1127
$100 RENT CREDIT
We are currently leasing our remaining few one-
bedroom, modern furnished apartments. Stop by or
call DAHLMENN APARTMENTS, 543-Church. 761-
7600 days, 665-2664 eves. and weekends. cCtc
FURNISHED ROOM in Quiet house, across from B-
School, parking, laundry, no utilities, January
through August, $110 plus deposit. 662-9830 after 6.
Assume my lease, move in end of December. Semi-
furnished efficiency near CCRB. 668-0169. 86C1125
SUBLET: 1 bedroom in co-op house. Big yard and
garden $135/month. Call 665-1198. 00C1207
One room in 2 bdrm. apt. for female non-smoker,
washer/dryer. 665-4391. 03C1205
FEMALE-room w/attached bath in 3 bdrm. apt.,
available Jan. 1. Call Helen, 995-0502. 05C1205
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Modern apt., fur-
nished, A/C, disbosal, balcony, laundry, parking,
cable TV outlet, good location. Call 994-1328, ask for
Kathy or Beth. 06C1205
FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH AND
REFRIGERATOR 1 block from University bus stop
at Greene and E. Davis. $195/month plus utilities.
Available winter term: 1 female double and % of a
male double in coed professional chemistry frater-
nity. Call 761-5857. Ask for Mike or Jan. 99C1128
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT available end of
Dec. Spacious, furnished, near campus. 995-5380
Modern, nicely furnished two bedroom apartment,
includes heat and water, laundry facilities and
parking, air conditioner, dishwasher included,
available immediately or second semester. Call 996-
Frustrated with rent bills, phone bills, laundry costs,
and utility bills? Join an ICC coop. A reasonable
monthly rate provides food, shelter, laundry, local
phone calls, and amusements. Call or stop by the In-
ter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-
Beautiful, large, 2-bedroom, furnished apt. available
immediately. Balconies, washer, A/C, parking, close
to campus. 662-6702. 50C1126
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
FEMALE SPACE available in Lenny Bruce "Co-op
for winter term. Call Shelly at 663-8314. 96E1126
Beautiful 1-bedroom apt. Close to Business and Law
Schools. Call 769-2151 anytime. 63C1126
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
ROOMMATE NEEDED in spacious house near
campus. Washer/dryer, parking available,
firenhace Call Kim or Shawn, 668-1811. dY1126
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE FURNISHED EFFICIENCY-Available January:
BEDROOM IN 2-BEDROOM APT. WINTER lease $235 Plus elec. NEAR CENTRAL CAMPUS,
only. $127.50/mo. Near campus. Laundry facilities. MEDICAL CENTER. CALL 994-4804. 19U1205
Call 769-3076 persistently. 25Y1206
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
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26 line/week 6
lumber of Weeks
Toyota Corolla 1976 two-door sedan. Excellent con-
dition. Call 761-5460, best offer. 11N1205
Get a free trip to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, by
,driving my car around Dec. 15. No return. Must fur-
nish references and some kind of surety. 761-3595.
to the 1 aII .
Inch rates available for contracts over 54 lines per week.
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Bargains, furniture, antiques, collectables, jewelry,
and misc. 150 dealers. Every weekend 6 pm-10 pm
Friday, 10 am-6 pm Sat. & Sun. 214 E. Michigan at
Park, downtown Ypsilanti. Dealers welcome. 971-
7676 weekdays, 487-5890 weekends. cWtc
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Delightful one-bedroom apartment, reasonable rent,
Modern Apartments-668-6906. cCtc
SUBLET large two bdrm. apt. available starting
winter term, $365/mo. 662-6412 after 5:00 p.m.21C1205
3 bedroom house, off campus, kids and pets OK.
Available now thru June 30, 1981. $400 plus utilities.
973-7125 after 6:00. 97C1126
SELF-STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units. from
$14/mo. 1 mile from U M football stadium. Stow
Away Self Storage. 769-0119. cCtc
HERE'S HOW TO PAY LESS for a first-quality muf-
fler. Call Ann Arbor Muffler and get a price for your
car over the phone. 769-5913. 6cFtc
ISRAELI SONG FESTIVAL, December 2, 7:30 p.m.
in Rackham Auditorium. Tickets on sale at Hillel,
1429 Hill St., 663-3336 & School Kids Records, 523 East
Liberty, and at the door. Students $4.00. Chanukah
party following the concert. Co-sponsored by Hillel,
AEPi, AEPhi, SAM, SDT, ZBT. cFtc
TO ALL THE PI PHIS: Have a safe and enjoyable
Thanksgiving! Love, Mo D. dF1126
Berin, It's O.K., really. P.S. Give my regards to
D.C. Love, Cathie. dF1126
Shabbat services at Hillel: Friday at 4:45 pm, Satur-
day at 9:30am. dF1227
AVAILABLE ON FISHBOWL ON WEDS. NOV. 26,
10 am-1 pm, OTHER TIMES AT CHABAD HOUSE.
715 HILL ST., CORNER OF OAKLAND 99-LEARN.
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. 2cFte
To all my -buddies in E.Q.-Have a safe and en-
joyable Thanksgiving. Can't wait to come back and
see all your smiling faces.-Cath. dF1126
We give a 15% discount on contact lens preparations.
VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University
OUIBE-Loved your toothbrush. Blue is beautiful. B
& B loved your kiss, suga. Your Sweet Thang.21F1126
Maybe you're not hanging out at the right bars. I
EAT; THEREFORE I AM, Ann Arbor's Guide To
Bars and Restaurants can help. Buy it at U-Cellar,
Borders, Follett's and Ulrich's. 23F1212
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your make-up needs.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. 3cFtc
Healthy right handed males needed for interesting
psychological experiment. $3 for 30 minutes. Call U
of M Psychophysiology Lab. 763-0115. 98F1126
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S University
Appl. for exec. post-4-yr.-renwe term. Supervision of-
3 mil. employees. Immediate respon. over 6,ooo em-
ployees demanded. Must work w/535-person Board
of Dirs. who have prog. and budgetary cont. of exec.
activities. Many ceremonial duties. Skills needed for
negot. and dipl. Salary and benefits-$200,000 plus
per yr. Exec. works at home, other trans. provided.
Good retire. benefits. If interested contact Daily box
three and the approx. 80 mi. appointing officers.
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe,
S. Amer., Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500-$1200
monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write: IJC, Box
52-MI1, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. 20H1206
FREE FILM processing if not completed in one day.
Ask for details at Purchase Camera Shop, 1115 S.
University. 665-6101. 86F1126
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off
OPENINGS NOW AVAILABLE for table waiting,
bussing, & dishwashing positions. Family style
cuisine, interested persons apply in person this week
between 5 and 9 p.m. at 331 North Maple, west of
Jackson Ave. in the Maple Village Shopping Center,
Ann Arbor. 13H1126
PART TIME Secretary/receptionist in educational
center, app. 15 hrs./week, college background
required._Call 662-3149. ' 1OH1126
Teacher for Judaica subjects junior high/high school
level. Four hours on Sunday. Hourly pay plus gas.
Contact Mr. Fellus, Flint, MI (313) 732-6312. 27H1203
PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS: Current Un-
dergraduage Pre-medical students may now com-
pete for several hundred Air Force scholarships, that
are for 1st and 2nd year medical students. The
scholarship provides for tuition, books, lab fees and
equipment, plus a $500 monthly allowance. Contact
Air Force MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES, CHUCK
HALL at (313) 973-7704 or stop by 2500 Packard, Suite
208, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. cHte
excellent research opportunity for work study
student in psychophysiology lab. Experience with
MTS and/or biolectric recording or tachistoscopes or
microcomputers preferred. Excellent pay. 763-0115.
Your student bookstore is now hiring for winter rush.
Temporary jobs in December and January. '3.59/hr.
Apply at Vniversity Cellar, 530 S. State (Michigan
EARN $$$.for psychology experiment in cognitive
processes. Call Tues. thru Sun., 7-9 p.m. 665-2214.
Full or Part time models, earn up to $8.00/hr. Call
Electronic Desigers and Technicians
A COMPLETE STOCK OF BOARDS i PRINTED CIRCUIT SUPPLIES ON HAND
$1000 REWARD-for information leading to
son(s) who stole our crescent moon sighns. La
Gallery.215 S. State.665-3464. OM1
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
1 Special perfor-
5 Certain couturier
10 Denver's time:
13 One to the man-
15 College student
17 Alfonso's queen,
18 Symbol of leader-
19 Clogs' cousins
23 Street show
24 Save, as energy
28 Lillian Roth's
30 Walking -
31 "- flowing
with milk and
34 City on the Aar
35 Actress Keaton
36 Dir., in music
37 Chief Black Hawk
38 Fashion items
39 Town W of Brad
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42 Certain outsiders mer?
44 "And thereby 12 NFL scores
hangs -" 14 Horn blowe
45 A thousand ages 15 Early Englis
46 Wage freeman
48 Island, Italian 20 Without a h
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51 Judy's daughter 22 To no -
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58 Plot for posies 32 Handles: La
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feeling 36 Spouses or
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TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. <
TYPING. Quick service, reasonable rates.
perienced.Call 973-7620. 001
Fast Inexpensive SearcHing
Gets you the right readings for Research, Pa
and Reports. Call FISH evenings 7:30-10:30 at
TYPING-5 years experience. Call 878-35672
6:00 p.m. and weekends. - 62J
- Overnight typing
WEDE MEY ER E LECT RONICS }PHONE (313) 665-8611 i
C(2280 South Industrial Highway Mail inshis coupon for a free printed circuit handbook and
Ann Arbor. Michigan' 48106 accessories catalog ($1.00 value)
Read and Use Daily Class if eds !
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Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580.
Whale of a group
3 Genoa coin
4 "On earth,
5 One of Santa's
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46 A piece of the
47 Much valued
49 Year in Claudius's
Do a bakery job
Rio from NYC
Small change in
VILLAGE APOTHECARY-We participate in the
Blue Shield, MESSA and PCS prescription
programs. 1112 S. University. cFtc
NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. Purchase Camera Shop, 1115 S. University.
Alumni will pay unbelievably high price for 2 or 4
junior or senior priority season basketball tickets.
(517) 456-4111. 12F1207
PROVISATIONAL DANCE WORKSHOP. All day
Saturday December 6. Novices welcome. $25.00.
Margaret and Bob Blood. 769-0046. cF1205
NEED HELP WITH CITY HALL? Call coun-
cilwoman Leslie Morris, 2nd Ward. a-2702 or 769-
Math tutor-physics, chemistry, engineering also.
Learn from A plus student. Call David 662-9891.
Children of Holocaust survivors interested in par-
ticipating in a study (must be 20 years or older).
Please call Hillel. 663-3336. cF1203
HERE'S HOW TO PAY LESS for a first-quality muf-
fler. Call Ann Arbor Muffler and get a price for your
car over the phone. 769-5913. 6cFtc
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