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If you find your name and ad-
dress in today's Michigan Daily
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

All That Jazz

11

The Stuntman

Listing of movies for a contest
sponsored by STATE THEATRE
MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Jan. 14-15

S 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, come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. 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 Michigon
Daily Classified Department. '

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The Joy of
Letting Go (X)

E

Harold
and Maude

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GRnA auu u. Brand new Genesis speaKers. Must
sell. Pair $350. Will negotiate. 995-5739. 65B0116
FURNITURE FOR SALE: nice brown recliner,
green armchair, lamp. Call 484.0467 evenings.
63B0117
SINGLE APARTMENT-$325 per month,
negotiable. Call Jim at 995-3154, evenings. 69B0121
Hey MARY BRITTON, what a great way to start
Winter Term! Come down to the Daily to pick up two
free tickets to the State Theatre. dB0116
TEAC A-170 TAPE DECK WITH DOLBY. VERY
GOOD COND. BEST OFFER. 764-7837. 42B0116
FURNITURE: Oversize bed with frame, dresser,
vanity and night stand. Hardwood in good condition.
$200. 665-3239. 31B0116
FEMALE LEASE available immediately in West
Quad. Single space in a double. Please call Ann at
662-7618,764-5702. HURRY. 28B0116
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH 'N Sew sewing machine.
Reasonable. Call 482-4662. Btf:

3 or 4 BEDROOM house, spacious, well kept
house-Catherine-fireplace. No pets, unfurnished
665-2621. 88C0121
CAMPUS LARGE FURNISHED HOUSE. 7-8 per-
sons, fireplace, washer-dryer, May to May lease.
$1600/month. References required.,971-2191. 87C0122
ROOM FOR RENT in 6 bedroom house fully
redecorated. Nice roommates. Catherine St. Im-
mediate occupancy until May. Price negotiable. 994-
0963. 86C0119
MICHAEL CUSICK, SICK OF LYING AROUND&&&
Come pick up two free tickets at the Daily to see a
great flick at the State Theatre. dC0116
2 BEDROOM HOUSES. 5ty Ave. Semi-furnished, all
utilities included. $395/month. Call 662-9249. 83C0116
CLEAN, QUIET, ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APARTMENT IN DUPLEX TWO MILES FROM
CAMPUS. Ideal for grad student or professional
woman. References, no pets. $275/Month. Call 662-
4736. d
FEMALE, Beautiful house, good location, friendly
roommates, free parking. Call Melanee 662-1719.
29C0117
"HOUSE CAMPUS 6 bedroom Furnished, renovated.
Carpeted. 663-6470, after 5pm. 26C0127
FIRST MONTH RENT FREE! Single room in six
bedroom, coed house. Cooperative, friendly at-
mosphere. 10 minute walk to campus. $150/month.
Call John 995-2893. 27C0117
ONE ROOM in five bedroom house. $135/mo. Please
call Kelly at 647-6518 or 665-2825. 34C011 /
CAMPUS LOCATION. Modern two bedroom apa
tment. $435.00/mo. Heat and water included. Call
99W%166 after 6:00 weekdays. Anytime weekends.
35C0117
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
HAM S IMPEL EMMA
0 10 NA I VE LAIR
W LL S TREET BINE
MOS NDS
TIN FLAWS
GREATEST INSTEP
0HARE FANDY RTE
ROSY FAROE TEAR
A Y TI TAN CREPE
LESSON SOCRATES
T U NIS L E V
EARNEST CASERNS
V'I'ED HILLSTREET
IDEA ELI AS SAVE
L A T E R E D D Y EDAM

DO YOU NEED US? WE NEED YOU. Room with
private bath in large Kosher or Veggie household.
Free parking. Call 761-8170 or 662-1868 or 761-8021.
62C0120
ONE BEDROOM APT., 4 month lease, $270/mo. 663-
5051 or 761-8662. Utilities paid. 64C0119
FEMALE-nice house-fireplace, parking, freezer,
dishwasher. Negotiable rent. Call 761-7927. 88C0114
ONE BEDROOM in two bedroom apartment.
Graduate student preferred. Near campus.
$150/month. Lease until August. Call Bob 764-7358.
56C0117
WESTWOOD APARTMENT. Two spacious
bedrooms, two full baths, washer and dryer in apar-
tment. Sublease until July. Call 995-0498. 39C0118
LEASE FOR SALE, $205, for a single room. Ten
minute walk from campus. All utilities included! Ask
for Greg, 764-3621. 74C0117
FEMALES ROOMMATE needed to share 2 bedroom
apartment. $150 per month. Utilities paid. Call 662-
0513 after 5:30. 68C0117
FEMALE to share spacious apt. w/fireplace. Own
bedroom, large kitchen, near campus. $160/mo. in-
cludes heat. 995-5318 after 5pm. 58C0117
FEMALE. Room for rent, bi-level, close to campus.
Very reasonable. Nights 1-355-0485 (collect). 59C0117
3 BEDROOMS (as separate rooms for singles or as
apartment). On ground floor of large house. Near
Williams/Division intersection. Fireplace, high
ceilings, wood floors, large kitchen, two
refrigerators, etc. Call 994-0221or 663-9119 or 475-1979
evenings. 67C0126
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share a room in a house.
$150/month plus utilities. 662-8773. 19C0121
ONE-BEDROOM in a gorgeous, modern 3-bedroom
house (wood cathedral ceilings, 2 fire places, etc.).
$175.00 per month, plus utilities, but negotiable. Call
anytime, 996-2548. 51C0117
FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent on Hill, all
utilities paid, $210/month. Call after 1 pm till 7:30
pm, 761-1463. 53C0124
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, quiet furnished, 2
blks. from campus. Available Jan. or Feb. thru Aug.
Rent negotiable (heat incl.). Call Modern'
Management at 668-6906. Ask about Apt. No.26.
50C0117
ON CAMPUS-large bedroom in 4 bedroom house,
furnished, laundry, parking. Must sublet. $100 plus
utilities. Call 668-6760. 47C0119
SHARE comfortable, two bedroom westside apar-
tment. $185 includes heat. Call Steve, evenings 994-
1395. 43C0121
1981 RATES
SPRING AND FALL.
Efficiency, One, Two, Three, Four, Five, and Six
Bedroom Apts and Houses. Year Leases. No Pets.
663-5609. cC0220
HOUSES-CAMPUS AREA. Newly restored and
remodeled. 4, 5, and 6 bedroom houses in beautiful
condition. Nicely furnished, laundry, no pets. May
lease, fireplaces. 769-1534. 18C0119
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern furnished 2 bedroom
2% blocks from diag, next to CCRB
free covered off-street parking
rent includes heat and water
laundry facilities, storage lockers.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT,
INC.
663-4101
cCtc
ROOM in historic house. Marble fireplace, oak
woodwork and bookshelves. $225/month includes
-utilities. Must buy my furniture. 665-3239. 30C0117

CLASSIFIED
I1 ADVERTISING RATES
Applicable to all advertisements ordered on a words per day basis.

Words
0-14
15-21
22-28
29-35
36-42
43-49

Days

1
1 85
2.75
3 70
4.60
5.55
6.45

2
370
5.55
7.40
925
11.10
12.95

3
5.55
8.30
11.10
13.90
1665
1940

4
6.75
10.10
13.50
1690
20.25
23.60

5 extra*

7.95
11 90
1590
1990
2385
27.80

1 .00
1 60
2.20
2.80
3.40
4.00

*For each extra day after the first five.
IV. DEADLINES

Tues. - Sat. issues ..........12 noon one day prior toI
Sunday issue.5

publication
p.m. Friday

V. ADVERTISING POLICY
Each group of characters counts as one word. Hyphenated words over
five characters count as two words (this includes telephone numbers).
Seven words equal one line.
Advertisements may be removed from publication. For ads which
required prepayment, there will be no refunds. All other ads will be billed
according to the original number of days ordered.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot discriminata, to any extent, on the basis of
sex, race or creed ( "preferably" is still discriminatory).

HELP OTHERS
Work at Maxey Boys Training School. Earn credit.
Contact Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union.
763-3548. 78F0117
TEENYBOPPER heartthrob Dick Clark is, what
else? a Deke! 07F0119
TEST SUCCESS SEMINARS
Terry White, RN, MS, Hypnotherapist-Call 668-
8843. cFtc
TEDDY ROOSEVELT, Rutherford B. Hayes, J. P.
Morgan and William Randolph Hearst had the crest
of Delta Kappa Epsilon on their mantles. 02F0119
JEWISH GRAD STUDENTS-a party! Join us for
the first party of the new semester at 9:30 pm on Sat.,
Jan. 16, at 1054 Ferdon (off Washtenaw, 3 blks. south
of Hill). cF0116
CONVERSATION PARTNER needed to speak
English one hour per week with English Language
Institute students. Language exchange possible with
Arabic, Japanese, and Spanish students. To volun-
teer, call E.L.I. 764-2413, 9-12 and 1-5. 46F0116
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY9UICK 769-0560
217 S. University
cF0417
FAMOUS Michigan Center Gerald Ford and his
Cabinet members Phil Buchen, Bill Simon and Elliot
Richardson are Dekes. 98F0119
SPORTS PERSONALITIES Paul Brown, Bill
Wrigley, Tom Landry, Joe Paterno and George
Steinbrenner are Dekes. 91F0119
RUSSELL LONG, Tom Eagleton, Ted Stevens; Dan
Quayle and John Chaffee constitute the DKE Senate
delegation. 06F0119
FORMER REGENT, New Detroit Chairman and
current U-M Alumni Association President Fred
Matthaei is a Michigan Deke. 03F0119
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS
Footwear, bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2
blocks off State. cFtc
SILVERDOME architect Carf Luckenbach will tell
von his rnternit riK f.5'F19 .

TYPING AND EDITING-experienced legal
secretary-reasonable rates-call Gretchen at 662-
9120. 51J0131
TRAVEL
Nassau $495
7 days ... call for details
Great Places Travel. 208 E. Washington.
769-1776. HURRY space limited.
37P0L22
WING KOT, fly over to the Daily to pick up two free'
tickets to the State Theatre. dPOJ16.

TERM PAPERS, resumes; dissertations. Quality
TUTOR JUVENILES typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
EARN CREDIT 7345 persistently. Jtc
Huron Residential Services. Contact Project Com- CONFLICTS, frustrations, feel in a mess? Call for
unity, 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548. . 77F0117 appointment. Individual contract counseling. 665-
7607. cJtc

JONATHAN SRUBAS, believe it or not, you have
won two absolutely free tickets to the State Theatre
Come and pick them up at the Daily. , dMoi16'
AMAZING natural high! Cassette by psychologists
provides "very delicate sound waves" creating
profound state of euphoria. Brochure. EJ Enter-,
prises, Dept. C182, 16783 Beach Blvd. Huntingtop
Beach, CA 92647. 52M0122
ALL WELCOME TO SERVICE WITH MEMBERS
COLLEGIATE ASSOC. RESEARCH OF PRIN-
CIPLES. (FOUNDED BY REV. MOON). 11 am 1/17.

ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE

One bedroom townhouses $215.00. two bedroom town-
houses $259.00. Three bedroom townhouses $286.
Children and small pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community
cC0417
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WE'VE HELD THE LINE ON
1982-83 FALL RATES
MANY OF OUR FINE CAMPUS APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES ARE GOING AT 1981 RATES
" Rooms * Efficiencies
" 1, 2,3 Bedrooms
* Whole Houses, 2-6 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Available
JANUARY 11, 1982
at
McKINLEY,
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUS ARCADE
769-8520 EXT. 41
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F 9-6, SAT. 10-2
cCtc
ROOM-Hill-Washtenaw area. Male preferred. Opt.
meal contract. 663-09712or 995-5374. 32C0117
WESTWOOD APARTMENT. Two spacious
bedrooms, two full baths, washer and dryer in apar-
tment. Sublease in July. Call 995-0498. 39C0116
FEMALE SUBLEASE. Own room $200 or share
room $100. Oakland St. 761-6457. 40C0120
MAPLE VILLAGE MANOR
Distinctive Townhouses " Children and pets welcome
" 245 Maple, Saline. 429-5260. cC0220
LARGE, clean, 1 bedroom, furnished $270 includes
heat. Available now through Aug. 31. Parking. 5 min.
to.Mich. Union. 662-3458. 20C0116
APPLY NOW. Immediate occupancy on our two-
bedroom townhouses. One- and three-bedroom units
available soon. Each unit has full basement,large
kitchen/dining area and spacious bedrooms. In-
terested? Call Forest Hills Cooperative, 971-9270.
cC0220
CAMPUS Beautiful 5 or 6 bedroom house available
May or September. Furnished. No pets. 663-5861.
21C0126
DOUBLING UP? Largest apartment in town. 2200
square feet, two story. Near campus. Fireplace, 2
baths. Can be furnished. Call for extras. 994-5259.
43C0117

EARN EXTRA CASH $ fast in an hour to two hours
twice a week. Donate plasma $10.00 per
donation-$5.00 extra first donation with this ad. Call
662-7744 for appointment. 64F0131
TUTOR CHILDREN
All subjects. All levels. Credited field placements.
Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548.
81F0117

'73 MERCURY-55,000 miles, air, AM, power,
steering/brakes. Tony 764-3095, after 6PM. 45N0124
'67 VALIANT. GOOD MILEAGE, -FOUR DOOR,
BEST OFFER. 996-0051. 75N0117

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WANTU-2aSuper Bowl TicKets. Call ob, u.-579-
1500collect. 73Q0117

ELDERLY AND AFTER-
CARE
Companionship projects. Credited field placements.
Project Community. 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548.
80F0117
BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
BLUES PIANO ORGY
Learn to listen and play. From Delta Blues to early
Rock N Roll. Tuesdays from 7:30-9:00 pm. Call Mr.
B. at 665-0570 or Eclipse Jazz, 763-5924. 82F0119
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. . Ftc
JOHN-The n6ise is killing'me -Pick 'up some EAR
plugs at the Village Apothecary-Gloria. cFtc
TWO INSTANT color passport pictures only $5.60 by
Van Dyck Dobos Photo, 407 E. William Street.

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

Q1982 Los Angeles Times Syndicat
48 "I - return"

ACROSS
1 Baseball Hall
of Famer
5 Lean eater
10 Dog or bob
14 Rent -
15 Verlaine forte
16 Half a Samoan
city
17 Busch Memorial
Stadium player
20 "This little piggy
went "
21 English novelist
22 Exploit
23 Newcastle
product
25 Nunnery superior
28 Canvas cover,
for short
29 Certain radios
32 Early autos
33 Haute-
34 Sass
35 Memorial
Stadium player
39 Corrida cheer
40 Tigers and Lions
41 Zola heroine
42 In medias-
43 Cloy
44 Ceramist
46 Wins at bridge
47 Actress Sommer

51
55

58
59
60
61

Price too high
Anaheim Stadium
players
Fetid
Cairo statesman
Russian sea
Rose or
Fountain

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19 British cloth
dealer
23 Walking sticks
24 Church
publication
25 - vitae
26 Street Blues
27 Tree trunks
28 Singer Mel
29 Parade feature

CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cF0417
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cF0417
"THE FUTURE OF THE CAMP DAVID
PROCESS"-Prof. Jerrold Green (poli..sci.) at the
MEEKREH Deli Dinner, 6:00 pm, Sunday, Jan. 17 in
Markley Concourse Lounge. cF0117
CHUG ALIYAH meets at 7:00 pm Sunday, Jan. 17, at
335 S. Division No. 1. cFO117
VAPORIZERS now on sale at the Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cF0121
ADMIRAL PEARY took the DKE Flag to the North
Pole, while Alan Bean had it with him on th~e moon.
OOF0119
WORKSHOP FOR COUPLES. Jan. 22-24. Experien-
cial, residential weekend for couples of any age. $35
registration/person plus ability to pay fee. Details
from Bob Blood PhD., Margaret Blood MA. 769-0046.
cF0121
BOTH 1972 Democratic Vice-Presidential can-
didates, Tom Eagleton and R. Sargent Shriver are
Dekes, as is current officeholder George Bush.
01F0119
LOX AND BAGELS at Hillel-Brunch with Dr.
Halley Faust: "Zei Gezundt" or "The How-To of
. Preventive Medicine." This Sunday at 11:00 am at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. ($2). cFO117
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered in tux. Party decorating. 995-1972. cF0417

CAMP COUNSELORS--Male and female. Outstan-
ding "Slim and Trim Down Camps," Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, W.S.I., Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics, 20
plus. Separate girls' and boys' camps, 7 week sum-
mer camps, CAMELOT WEIGHT CONTROL CEN-
TERS ON THE COLLEGE CAMPUS at
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolia,
Wisconsin, California. Contact Marc M. Friedman,
Director, 947 UMI, Hewlett' Dr.. North Woodmere,
N 1Y, 11581, 516-791-6615'; or 516-374- 0785. cH0305
SINGER! Ifyou cansing are outgoing, you can
make good money easily, working your own hours,
SINGING TELEGRAMS! Call 665-8349. cH0117
EARN CASH as Petition Circulator. Flexible Hours.
Orientation Meeting, January 20, 7:00 pm. Conferen-
ce Room 4, Michigan Union. Must be registered voter
in Michigan. 85H0120
WORK WITH KIDS
Elementary, Junior High, ESL, Special, Nutrition,
Pre-school. At school or at Community centers.
Credited field placements. Project Community, 2205
Michigan Union. 763-3548. 79H0117
MODELS-Interested in being a model? A modeling
contest will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Dear-
born. First prize-a trip to New York, to be inter-
viewed by 3 top modeling agencies. Call 286-8101 or
584-1583 between 5 & 7 p.m. Male and Female model
types wanted. 72H0121
APPRENTICESHIPS available in the handcrafting
of fine steel string guitars, general cabinetry, an-
tique resoration, acoustical research, etc. Central
Ann Arbor location. Unusual opportunity. (517) 522-
8162. Call 6-8 pm. 15H0116
WORK STUDY JOBS-administrating and
organizing for progressive Detroit Legal
Organization. Call 1-963-0843. 70H0119
MEN AND WOMEN needed for instructing Aerobic
Dancing with Dance Slinastics Ltd. For infor-
mation on free training session call 886-7534 or 781-
9881. 41H0116
DIAL-A-MASSAGE is now hiring attractive atten-
dants. Call 995-5995 for an interview. 57H0121
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for drug study. Payment
$200 Call 764-9522.Mon.-Fri..-5. 92H0124

Is
there
life
after
aner?
Some people think
that even when a cancer is
cured, the patient will
never live a normal life
again.
The American Cancer
Society knows better.
It helps people return to
their homes and their jobs.
There is life after cancer.
Tio million people are
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This space contributed as a
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HOUSEMATE NEEDED TO SHARE SIX PERSON
HOUSE CLOSE TO ARB AND UNIVERSITY BUS
STOP. BIG SUNNY ROOM. CALL MARY 995-1749
BEFORE 8:00 am OR 763-4145 AFTER 7:00 pm.
76Y0121
TONY KRPAN, put off the homework and come
down to the Daily to pick up two free tickets to the
State Theatre. dF0116
FEMALE GRADUATE-professional student wan-
ted to share a furnished 2-bedroom off-campus apar-
tment. $120/mo: & utilities. Call 971-4951 evenings.
49Y01119
ROOMMATE WANTED MALE OR FEMALE 154
minutes to campus. Near grocery, laundromat.
$165/mo. Call 994-8168 or 769.7940 days. 662-6708 eves.
61Y0120

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62 Formative years
63 Louise
DOWN
1 Dramatis
personae
2 Prefix with pod-
or pus
3 - of Gilead
4 Most spacious
5 Cleats
6 Sat
7 Right line in
geometry
8 M.D.'s org.
9 Thrice:,Prefix
10 Pitch, in a manner
of speaking
11 Actress Turner
12 Major Hoople
expletive
13 Handout
18 Suffixes with mat
and stat .

30 Pooh creator'-
31 Knight's adjunct
33 Castle features
36 All by -
37 Beef or pork
38 Type of
combustion
44 Skirt features.
45 Gumbo
46 Playground
equipment
47 - Les-Bains,
French city
48 Old British bard
49 Revolutionary
hero
50 Settled
51 Wave, to Pierre
52 Solidifying agent
53 Hardwood
54 French miss
56 Cheese, in
Copenhagen
57 Actress Charlotte

4

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ATTRACTIVE room available in fraternity house.
Great cook, good location with reasonable rates. Call
662-0385, Andy or Dave. 89E0119
ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical student.
cooperatives. North,'central campus. Shared meals,
chores. Call ICC, 662-4414,4002 Michigan Union.
cEtc
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student Co-op
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.
cEt'

TYPING, low rates, fast, he
at 995-1008.

788, messages
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TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364

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Dear Merchant.
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that Daily'
readers spend
over $125
million on

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