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Listing of movies for a contest

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

ii

The Stuntman

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

_

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, 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 -willbe
presented you, courtesy of The Michigan
Doily Classified Department.

The Joy of
Letting Go (X)

Harold
and Maude

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r N L K M ALE ic rown recliner,
green armchair, lamp. Call 484-0467 ev'enings.
63B0117
SINGLE APARTMENT-$325 per month,
negotiable. Call Jim at 995-3154, evenings. 69B0121
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH 'N Sew sewing machine.
Reasonable. Call 482-4662. Btf.

ROOM in beautifully upkept house. $150.00
negotiable. Fireplace, laundry, 4 months. Karla 665-
6236. 00C0122
It is no error that LAUREL ERRER has won two
free tickets to the State Theater, so come on down to
the Michigan Daily and pick them up. dCo117
SPACE in 2 bedroom apt. avlb. close to campus.
Very reasonable. Call 668-8320. 96C0122
It's FINALLY READY!1
BRAND NEW appliances, carpeting, furniture,
laundry facilities, fireplace, etc. One block from the
Diag. Available FEBRUARY. 973-6969, for more
details. 92C0124
" 5 FALL'82 NOW LEASING "
Campus Area
" rooms "dishwasher
*efficiencies " air cond.
+ 1-4 bdr. apts. " laundry
* 1-6 bdr. houses + parking
* furnished/unfurn. " maint. serv.
" kitchen appliances + bus routes
We take the hassle out of apt. hunting, no knocking on
doors. Make an appointment and we will escort you
thru our bldgs. and provide the transportation.
MODERN MANAGEMENT, 668-6906/663-3641. cCtc
FURNISHED rooms and suite $130. On campus for
men. 995-3276,769-3078. cC0117
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. 87C122
ROOM FOR RENT in 6 bedroom house fully
redecorated. Nice roommates. Catherine St. Im-
mediate occupancy until May. Price negotiable. 994-
0963. 86C1119

FEMALE, Beautiful house, good location, friendly
roommates, free parking. Call Melanee 662-1719.
29C0117
HOUSE CAMPUS 6 bedroom Furnished, renovated.
Carpeted. 663-6470, after 5 pm. 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. 2700117
ONE ROOM in five bedroom house. $135/mo. Please
call Kelly at 647-6518 or 665-2825. 34C0117
CAMPUS LOCATION. Modern two bedroom apa.
tment. $435.00/mo. Heat and water included. Call
996-8616 after 6:00 weekdays. Anytime weekends.
35C0117
CLEAN, QUIET, ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APARTMENT INDUPLEXTWO MILESFROM
CAMPUS. Ideal for grad student or professional
woman. References, no pets. $275/Month. Call 662-
4736. d
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
FEMALE 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 5 pm. 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 994-0221 or 663-9119 or 475-1979
evenings. 67C0126
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share a room in a house.
$150/month plus utilities. 662-8773. 1900121
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 i.).. Call Modern
Management at 668-6906. Ask about Apt. No. 26.
5000117

CLASSIFIED
1. ADVERTISING RATES
Applicable to all advertisements ordered on a words per day basis.
Words Days
1 2 3 4 5 extra*
0-14 1.85 3.70 5.55 6.75 7 95 1 00
15-21 275 555 8.30 10.10 11.90 1.60
22-28 3.70 7.40 11.10 13.50 15.90 2.20
29-35 4.60 9.25 1390 1690 1990 2.80
36-42 5.55 11 1 0 16.65 2025 23.85 3 40,
43-49 6.45 12.95 19.40 23.60 27.80 4.00
'For each extra day after the first five.
IV. DEADLINES
Tues - Sat. issues...........1 2 noon one day prior to publication
Sunday issue ............ .... .............5 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 discriminate, to any extent, on the basis of
sex, race or creed ( "preferably" is still discriminatory).

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
662-7744for appointment. 64F0131
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYOUICK 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
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
SPORTS PERSONALITIES Paul Brown, Bill
Wrigley, Tom Landry, Joe Paterno and George
Steinbrenner are Dekes. 91F0119
TUTOR JUVENILES
EARN CREDIT
Huron Residential Services. Contact Project Coi-
unity, 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548. 77F0117
HELP OTHERS
Work at Maxey Boys Training School. Earn credit.
Contact Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union.
763-3548. 78F0117
RUSSELL LONG, Tom Eagleton, Ted Stevens, Dan
Quayle and John Chaffee constitute the DKE Senate
delegation. 06F0119
TEST SUCCESS SEMINARS
Terry White, RN, MS, Hypnotherapist-Call 668-
8843. cFtc
TEENYBOPPER heartthrob Dick Clark is, what
else? a Deke! 07F0119
TEDDY ROOSEVELT, Rutherford B. Hayes, J. P.
Morgan and William Randolph Hearst had the crest
of Delta Kappa Epsilon on their mantles. 02F0119

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What do you get when you cross a Cooper with the
Duke? Gary Wayne! Gary, come down to the Daily.
You have just won two free tickets to the State
Theater. dLO1l7

TEKM rAr1n, resumes, dssertations. Quaty
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc

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. Huntington
Beach, CA 92647. 52M0122
JOHN NIEHAUS come out of your house and come to
.the Daily to pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theater thatyou haveast won dMO117

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Carribean Cruise $409
Nassau $495
7days...call for details.
Great Places Travel. 208 E. Washington.
769-1776. HURRY space limited.

6% working interest in shallow oil wells with income
sheltered opportunity, Spavinaw Oil Co. Box 245
Spavinaw, Oklahoma 74366. 918-589-2978 . 9300119

FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern furnished 2 bedroom
21 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
eCtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
COBB SPRAT SLED
AC AR P EME PAGO
St LDU SAD RD I NAL-
T M A RK ET R E A E
SE ED C f'A L
A BB E SS T A RP F M S
R ED0S MO0N DE L 1 P
0 L E TE A MS N A NA
R E S S A TE POT T E R
S E TS E L KE
0 L I D SA D AT A R A L
P E TE TE E NS L A KE

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
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. 64C119
FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE, Spacious rooms,
weekly social events, 19 prepared meals/week, laun-
dry, cable TV, quiet. Reasonable rates. 761-5950. cCtc
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

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
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
1981 RATES
SPRING AND FALL
Efficiency, One, Two, Three, Four, Five, and Six
Bedroom Apts and Houses. Year Leases. No Pets.
663-5609. cC0220
CAMPUS' Beautiful 5 or 6 bedroom house available
May or September. Furnished. No pets. 663-5861.
21C0126
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
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
* 1,2,3Bedrooms-
" 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. 663-0971 or 995-5374. 32C0117
ROOM in historic house. Marble fireplace, oak
woodwork and bookshelves. $225/month includes
utilities. Must buy my furniture. 665-3239. 30C0117
. . .-

SCHOOL a pain in the neck? Finding it hard to con-
centrate because you're always feeling uncomfor-
table? We're here to help you. Massage, Touch for
Health, Spinal Adjustments. Call Dr. Bob or Joan
Rose/ROSE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC/668-6110.
cF0305
Hey ROBERT OGDEN today's your lucky day! You
have won two free tickets to the State Theater so
hurry down to the Michigan Daily and pick them up.
dFO117
Anyone who has ever won a contest or sweepstakes,
please contact Meg Gibson, 662-1321. dF120
JOHN-pick up some German wine, on special at the
Village Apothecary this week-Gloria. cFtc
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. 3dFtc
Nathanial Hawthorne's Scarlet Letters were DKE.
99F0119
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
"THE FUTURE OF THE CAMP DAVID
PROCESS"-Prof Jeirold Green (poli. sci.) at the
MEEKREH Deli Dinner, 6:00 pm, Sdnday, Jan. 17 in
Markley Concourse Lounge: . g cF1 7,
CHUG ALIYAH meets at 7:00 pm Sunday, Jan. 17, at
335 . Division No. 1. cF0117
VAPORIZERS now on sale at the Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cF0121
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
ADMIRAL PEARY took the DKE Flag to the North
Pole, while Alan Bean had it with him on the moon.
0OF0119

'73 MERCURY-55,000m iles, air, AM, power
steering/brakes. Tony 764-3095, after 6 PM. 45N0124

wANTE-2 Super Bowl Tickets. Call Bob, 513-579-
1500 collect. 73Q0117

DOOR,
75N0117

arn casau s peuon circulator. rFexible nours.
Orientation meeting, January 20, 7:00 pm. Conferen-
ce Room 4, Michigan Union. Must be registered voter
in Michigan. 91H0120
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
WORK STUDY JOBS-administrating and
organizing for progressive Detroit Legal
Organization. Call 1-963-0843. 70H0119
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,
NY, 11581, 516-791-6615, or 516-374-0785. cH0305
A SINGER! If you can sing, are outgoing, you can
make good money easily, working your own hours,
SINGING TELEGRAMS! Call 665-8349. cHOll7

FOR SALE 5 foot Boa Constrictor, cage, a
Call Tom 994-9222.

9 lI20

BENJAMIN CALKINS, two free tickets to the State
Theater are yours for the asking. You can pick them
up at the Michigan Daily. dU117

4

'67 VALIANT. GOOD MILEAGE, FOUR
BEST OFFER.996-0051.

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
FEMALE GRADUATE-professional student wan-
ted to share a furnished 2-bedroom off-campus apar-
tment. $120/mo. & utilities. Call 971-4951 evenings.
49Y0119
ROOMMATE WANTED MALE - OR FEMALE 15
minutes to campus. Near grocery, laundromat.
$165/mo. Call 994-8168 or 769-7940 days. 662-6708 eves.
61Y0120

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©@1982 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for drug study. Payment
$200. Call 764-9522, Mon.-Fri., 8-5. 92H0124
DIAL-A-MASSAGE is now hiring attractive atten-
dants. Call 995-5995 for an interview. 57H0121
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. 72H121

ACROSS
1 Blue'of baseball
lore
5 Desert denizen
10 Nipper
14 Oklahoma city
15 Alpine ridge
16 Booth
17 Binge ,.
18 Western outfit
19 Cards
20 David and
Rickie's folks
23 Rectors: Abbr.
24 Reine's mate
25. Opposed
27 La-la leader
30 Canadian
physician
34 Workers' group:
Abbr.
35 Light touch
38 Delhi robe
39 Jane's beau
42 BBs
43 Having a steeple
44 Certain cubes
45 Encumbers
47 WWII locale
48 Wind unit
50 Charged atom
52 Big or Gentle
53 Movie cowboy,

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63,
64
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66,
67
68
69
70

Guinness
Chemical element
Split
Noted novel by
Lawrence Durrell
African grazer
- Stanley
Range, New
Guinea
Marx
Leaf divisions
Feet, in a way

DOWN
1 Certain power of
office
2 Agnes, in Spain
3 Gustavo-
Ordaz, Mexican
President

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Direction
Heath shrub type
Friend of Pooh
Place to
"remember"
Bellini opera
Figure of speech
Make ready
Texas athlete
lazuli
Upright
- to the
occasion
Eur. country
Response abbr.
26 Down, for one
Of a heavenly
girdle
Rims
Phoebus
Clear, as a pipe
Peace promoter
Musical groups
Drive a cab
Spicy stew
Equal
- contendere
Snatch
Confection
holder
Hawkeye State
Sketched
Desires greatly
110 T1 12'11

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
TUTOR CHILDREN
All subjects. All levels. Credited field placements.
Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548.
81F0117
ELDERLY AND AFTER-
CARE
Companionship projects. Credited field placements.
Project Community. 2205 Michigan Union. 763-3548.
80F0117
TWO INSTANT color passport pictures only $5.60 by
Van Dyck Dobos Photo, 407 E. William Street.
cF0419

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

PRO AUDIO class. Ten week course in sound system
operation and maintenance. Taught by Big Ed Lear-
ned. Hands on experience and certification. $50
registration. Call Eclipse Jazz at 763-5924 for more
information. 9830122
Ph.D. closing in? Don't give up! Call for appoin-
tment. 665-7607-days, evenings. cJtc

, messages
CJ0417

Dear Merchant.
Did you know
that Daily
readers spend
over $125'
million on
items you
sell?____
GET YOUR AD!
CALL-
764-0554

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At sea
Dear ones,
in Milano

6 Irish island
7 Patch
8 inscribe
9 Hungarian
composer
10 Richardson'.s
"- Harlowe"
11 Places
12 American author
and film critic
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ATTRACTIVE room available in fraternity house.
Great cook, good location with reasonable rates. Call
662-038, 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.
cEtc
Subscribe to
The Michigan Daily
Help Prevent
Birth Defects -
The Nation's
Number One
Child Health
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WRITE ON...
" Creative, technical copy
* Rewriting
" Research
" Overnight typing, $1.00/page
996-0566
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364

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). cF0117
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered in tux. Party decorating. 995-1972. cF0417

TYPING AND EDITING-experienced legal
secretary-reasonable rates-call Gretchen at 662-
9120. 51J0131

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