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Page 8-Friday, January 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily

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

Mommie DearestI

"Animal House"

Listing of movies for o contest
sponsored by STATE THEATRE
MIDNIGHT'
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Jan. 29-30

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
Just took 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
presentedyou, courtesy of The Michigan
Doily Classified Department.

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"TAPESTRY OF

Harold
and Maude

PASSION"

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MICROSCOPE, Brand new American Optical, Series
60. Never used. Excellent price. Call 665-4858.66B0202
6 piece Swingerline drum set. 22" base, 2 mounted
Toms, 1 floor Tom and snare, 14" Zildjian with stand
and speedking. $280.00. 761-7423,Dave. 15B0206
FOR SALE. Natural Food Restaurant, on Miami
Beach. Well established. Lucrative. Beer & Wine.
Good terms. (305) 949-5434. 94B0302
SKIS FOR SALE. Dynastar Omeglasses 200 cm,
Besser competition bindings. Best offer. 668-1391.
81B0129
FOR SALE: Handmade Indian Tabla drums. Like
new, $90. Call J. C. 662-6744. 02B0202
AQUARIUM-30 gallons. Salt and fresh water
equipment. $100. Steve or Gregg, 764-3077. 04B0130
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH 'N Sew sewing machine.
Resnable.1 C('all A482-4m2)TA-

MUST RENT ROOM. $160/month, 1187 Prospect
Street. Luxurious, cozy house. Call 662-1251. 45C0203
FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE, spacious rooms,
weekly social events, 19 prepared meals/week, laun-
dry, cable TV, quiet. Reasonable rates. 761-5950.
cCtc
FEMALE, 2 bedfoom apartment, furnished, near
central campus. Available now-August. $160/pno.
Call 994-6385. 1 24C0203
PARKING SPACE For Rent. One block from central
campus. Call 996-5501. 12C0205,
Feeling savage Sandra Savage of Alice Lloyd? Tame
the wild beast in you by picking up your two free
tickets to the State Theater at the Daily. dE0129
CAMPUS-large, deluxe, furnished house, 7-8 per-
sons. Fireplace, washer/dryer. May to May lease.
$1600 plus utilities. 971-2191. 09C0203
CENTRAL CAMPUS-large, furnished, 6 bedrooni
house, washer, dryer, microwave, parking. May to
Mlay lease. No pets. 663-7156. 03C0204
RENTAL RATES getting you down? Check ott U-M
Family housing. Has furnished and unfurnished
apartmentsavailable. For further information con-
tact Housing Information Office, 1011 Student Ac-
tivities Building. 763-3164. dC0131
SHARE TWO bedroom apartment. Good location,
many extras, no lease, rent negotiable. 995-2477.
4700131
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
FALL RENTAL: Furnished, modern, large, 1 and 2
bedrooms, parking, laundry, utilities included. Rent
$335-500/month. 121 E. Hoover, near IM Building;
Corner of Glenn and Fuller near Med Center 665-
0555, 769-4350. ec-tc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

OPENING May 1, 1982: Spacious 2 bedroom apar-
tment across from CCRB. A/C, covered parking,
dishwasher, well furnished. 16 month lease. 996-5529
Kevin. 33C0131
CAMPUS Beautiful 5 or 6 bedroom house available
May or September. Furnished. No pets. 663-5861.
29C0214
MAPLE VILLAGE MANOR
Distinctive Townhouses " Children and pets welcome
" 245 Maple, Saline. 429-5260. cC0220
CAMPUS 3 bedroom, 4 person apartment. Fireplace,
dining room, laundry, parking, carpeting,
renovated. Call 663-6470 after 5 pm. 34C0131
FEMALE. Robm for rent, bi-level. Close to campus.
Very reasonable. Nights. 1-355-0485 (collect). 79C0131
NEAR CAMPUS. 3 bedrooms plus study, 2 baths,
hilltop view. Available now. 1426 Broadway
$550/month plus utilities. Call 994-4316 after 6 pm.
95C0202
STRATFORD APARTMENTS 625, 629, and 631 S.
Forest, block from S. University. 1 and 2 bedroom
furnished apartments. May to April lease. A/C,
balconies, also parking, laundry, dishwashers
available. Call 663-3061. 6C0131
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom house. Old west side. Full
basement, 2 baths, wood floors. $450/month. Call
persistently 995-5136. 88C0130
EXTRAORDINARY 2000 square foot 2 story for 4-5
people. Fireplace, 2 baths, carpeted, garage,
washer/dryer. Short term possible. 994-5259 or 994-
0400. Ask for Jackie. 84C0131
FALL MODERN
Furnished 2 bedroom 3 or 4 person
2% blocks to diag, next to CCRB
Free parking
Laundry facilities
Storage lockers
Air conditioner
/Rent includes heat and water
Fall listings for furnished efficiency, 1 and 2 bed-
room apartments in older campus homes are now
available.
337 East Huron, corner of Huron and Division across
from the Ann Arbor News.
Campus Management, Inc.
663-4 11
cCtc
CAMPUS AREA four and five bdrm houses newly
renovated and restored. In excellent condition. Fur-
nished, laundry facilities, well-equipped kitchens, no
pets, May leases. 769-1534. 80C0129
BEDROOM available in 8-member cooperative
household one block from SAB. 341 E. Jefferson. 668-
7167. 82C0131
CAMPUS STUDIO. Private kitchen, shared bath.
$189, negotiable, includes utilities. No pets. 665-7316.
89C0131

CLASSIFIED
I. ADVERTISING RATES
Applicable to all advertisements ordered on a words per day basis.
Words Days
1 2 3 4 5 extra
0-14 185 370 555 6.75 7 95 1.00
15-21 2.75 5.55 830 10.10 11.90 1.60
22-28 3.70 7.40 11.10 13.50 15.90 2.20
29-35 4.60 925 1390 16.90 1990 2.80
36-42 5.55 111 0 16.65 20.25 23 85 3.40
43-49 6.45 1295 19.40 23.60 27.80 4.00
'For each extra day after the first five.
IV. DEADLINES
Tues. - Sat issues ...........12 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).

COUNTER CLERK needed for Econo-Car. Reply in
person to Econo-Car 438 W. Huron. 01H0203
WANTED Responsible person who loves children to
babysit occasional evenings for 5-month and 2% year
old girls. References required. 665-8459. 00H0202
Writer with an analytic mind to help poet express
ideas in prose .about life, death, and dying. OMU.
PAN. Michigan Daily, Ann Arbor, 48109, Box No. 3.
99H0202
Got a minute William Osei of Beal St.? Come to the
Daily and pick up your two free tickets to theState
Theater.' dH129
- WE NEED creative writers, artists, and sales people
to work on self-sufficiency newsletter. Call the
Marketing Co-op. 761-8281. . 26H0204
TOPLESS DANCERS
WANTED
Excellent pay, full or part-time, days or evenings.
No experience necessary. Apply in person:
LANDING STRIP LQUNGE
36431 GODDARD
ROMULUS, MI
(Near Metro Airport)
21H0131
APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship will
be available at the Carpenters' Hall, 5300 W.
Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti, Michigan beginning at
7:00 pm Tuesday, February 23 and Thursday,
February 25, 1982. Attend either meeting. Please be
prompt. Applicants must be residents of Washtenaw
or Jackson County or Unadilla, Putnam, Hamburg,
or Green Oak Township of Livingston County or
Onondaga, Leslie, Stockbridge, or Bunker Hill
Township of Ingham County. In addition, applicants
must have been a resident of the above geographical
area for the twelve.months prior to the date of ap-
plication. Applicants from outside the above
geographical area will not be accepted. At-the time
of application, applicants must be at least 18 years of
age, have a high school diploma, and have passed
one credit of high school algebra or the equivalent.
No GED accepted. Completed applications must be
returned to the Union Hall no later than March 12,
1982. Late applications, incomplete applications, and
applicants not meeting the above requirements will
NOT be considered for apprenticeship. An Equal Op-
portunity Apprenticeship Program. 76H0203
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE looking for part-
tihne infant care. 994-0756 or 663-8333. 06H0202
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS. Overnight girls
camp in New York's Adirondack Mountains has
openings for counselor-instructors in tennis, water-
front, (WSI, sailing, arts/crafts, pioneering) music,
photography, drama, dance, general counselors. In-
formation available in Placement Office or write:
Andrew Rosen, Point O'Pines Camp, 221 Harvard
Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081. 22H0204

The Destruction of the Student Community in Ann
Arbor, by Robert Honigman. Available at Ulrich's.
The hidden U-M student policies. CM0417

WANTED-graduate student in Speech for research
purposes. Call 981-4609. 2200204
Roses are red, violets are blue, Edward Sebastian,
we've got two free tickets to the State Theater for
you. Pick them up at the Daily. dR0i 9

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PART TIME accounting instructor, Jackson Com-
munity College, immediate opening in our program
at State Prison, Southern Michigan. Teach Accoun-
ting Principles II Monday, Wednesday mornins.
Contact Dr. Nills Oman, business department
Jackson Community College. 517-787-0800, ext. 209.

PRO AUDIO CLASS. Ten week course in sound
system operation and maintenance. Taught by Big
Ed Learned. Hands on experience and certification.
$50 registration. Call Eclipse Jazz at 763-5924, 763-
6922 for more information. 41J0131
TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis,
manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948.
cJ0417
TRANSLATION AND TUTORING by native French
speaker. Call Nicole, 994-6580 and 764-9490. 59J0129

7)p01n

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
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.

OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY9UICK 769-0560
- 217 S. University
cF0417
TWO INSTANT color passport pictures only $5.60 by
Van Dyck Dobos Photo, 407 E. William Street.
cF0419
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
TEST SUCCESS SEMINARS
Terri White RN, MS Hypnotherapist-Call 668-8843.
cFtc
COFFEE HOUSE-Entertainment and Refreshmen-
ts at 9:00 pm this Saturday (Jan. 30) in Markley Con-
course Lounge. Sponsored by Meekreh. cF0130

Have a share in a community

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
e Rooms . Efficiencies
. 1, 2,3 Bedrooms
" Whole Houses, 2-4 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Available
JANUARY 11, 1982

GREAT ROOM IN HOUSE ON OAKLAND, 2
BLOCKS FRO1 CAMPUS. AVAILABLE IM-
MEDIATELY. RENT VERY NEGOTIABLE,
UTILITIES INCLUDED. 761-7535. 27U0)29
ROOM AVAILABLE in nice house.Close to campus.
Friendly housemates. Own bathroom with shower.
Washer and dryer. Rent $167/month plus gas. Call
anytime, ask for Kate. 668-8894. 1008 Church Street.
17U0210
LARGE EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Available
immediately. Quiet, furnished, 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Rent negotiable (heat included). Call 76i-223
persistently., 97U0131
NO DEPOSIT. One bedroom to share, non-smoking
female, no pets. utilities paid, except electricity $150
negotiable. Call 665-7511. _____ 65U0130
ROOMMA TES,
ROOMMATE NEEDED. 2 bedroom apartment.
Walk to downtown and campus. 668-7523. 91Y0131
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share spacious 1
bedroom apartment. Newly furnished, wooden floors
and new caarpeting. Parking and laundry.
$160/month. 5 'minute walk fromp campus. Call 761-
6165 or 1-647-6165. 13YO203
Need a ticket to Florida for spring break? Sorry, but
we do have two free tickets to the State Theater for
you, Bernard Smith. Pick them up at the Daily.
dY0129
I WANr to share a small (1-3) persons, serene
household with folks who will be in Ann Arbor
thr'ough1982.Beginning March. 971-7182. 25Y0203
-VEGETARIAN. Non-smoking woman for 4 person
house. Walking distance to campus. Loving.suppor-
tive home with large garden, piano. $150 plus
utilities. 665-2010. 14Y0203
FEMALE roommate needed, Apt. with 4 month
lease. close to camous, laundry. 996-8202. 23Y0203

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W E'P T. U.M PSM A R K
A MO0R A F IRE A R IA
"IP A SO0L ID AR IT Y
T RU C ES S EA M ILE
L E NES S TE T
P A RE NTS E RA SE D
G ARHY T AC T OL IV E
UP '1 A S C R I B E M A L
LE T 0N K A NE CID E
T R YIN G P E T IOLE
L U I S A RE NA
M AN A TEE A ST RA L
R E G U L A R 1 T Y R I CO
H A RT N A RE S T T
SD AS 0M EN L YE S

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* rooms
. efficiencies
" 1-4 bdr. apts.
. 1-6 bdr. houses
" furnished/unfurn.
" kitchen appliances

. dishwasher
. air cond.
" laundry
. parking
. maint.serv.
" bus routes

We take the hassle out of apt. hunting, no knocking on
doors. Make an appointment and we will escort you
thru out bldgs. and provide the transportation.
MODERN MANAGEMENT 668-6906/663-3641. cCto

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1982 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Passing fancies
5 Certain scores
9 Imitated
13 Spread
14 Football'players'
sphere
16 Amazon estuary
17 Teacher's chore
19 Rainbow goddess
20 Strip of a disguise
21 Tree creeper bird
23 Word with wolf or
lion

52
55
59
61
62
64
65
66
67
68
69

Sharp tool
Laundry item
Slow movement
Flying start
Resplendent
Clownish
- Dinsmore
Nevada town
Aphrodite's son
Dispatch
UN get-together
DOWN
Concentrate
Go it --
Skin
Small marsh

18 - Park,
Colorado.
22 Lot
25 Not appropriate
26 Historic military

28,
29
30
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32
33
34
35
36
40
43
45

times
Garden blooms
Contention
Ponce de -
Novelist Ferber
Ale component
French pronoun
King or Ladd
Caviar
Snake venom, e.g.
Spread out
B.C. King of Egypt
Novelist, contem-
porary of Dickens

CAMPUS-FALL
We are currently leasing efficiencies, 1 bedroom and
2 bedroom, modern furnished apartments for next
fall. Stop by or call Dahlmann Apartments, 543
Church, at South Uni9v., 761-7600. cCtc
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms, 2
car garage with automatic opener, full basement,
wood deck, use of tennis court and pool. Approx. 1%1
miles from campus. Dahlmann Apartments, 543
Church, 761-7600. ctc
CAMPUS-BURNS PARK AREA, four bedrooms,
study, natural woodwork, hardwood floors,
basement, no pets, May to May lease. $680.662-9645.
6300129
" FALL '82 NOW LEASING "
Hill & Stadium Area"
EXTRA LARGE 1 & 2 BDR. APTS.
IN MODERN BUILDING
" ON CAMPUS
" FURNISHED/UNFURN.
. BALCONIES
" LAUNDRY
PARKING
* STORAGE
S.BUS ROUTE
Call today for an appointment and we will escort
you thru our bldg. MODERN MAN4AGEMENT, 668-
6906/663-364L cCtc
.Tm..I. . :'e7.~ -J s .

T.G.I.S. (THANK GOD IT'S SHABBAT)-Reception
with Kiddush at 5:00 pm, Friday, Jan. 29 in Mo-Jo
Jordan Lounge. Sponsored by Meekreh. cF0129 '
SHABBAT AT HILLEL, Fri., Jan. 29: Orth. 5:25,
Conserv. 5:40, Dinner 6:30 (reserve by Fri. noon)
cF0129
THREE MEN, ONE WOMAN registered for Singles
Workshop, February 5-7, would welcome others of
any age to develop skills in initiating, deepening,
problem solving in one to one relationships. $35
registration and ability Zo pay fee. Details from Bob
Blood, PhD. 769-0046. Co-leader Arlene Reich. cF0293
SAY IT WITH BALLOONS
Valentine Bouquets with message delivered in tux;
silver hearts, candy baskets. Heart in a box sent
nationwide. 995-1972.. cF0214
ARE YOU an attractive, intelligent young lady tired
of the bar scene, and looking for something better?
I'm an accomplished, achievement oriented
graduate student looking for an enthusiastic,
energetic woman. Interested? Please reply (with
recent photo) to P.O. Box 2765, A', 48106. 54F0131
36 YEAR OLD MAN, attractive, in psychotherapy,
educated, mature, refined with an apprehensive
sexual attitude seeks assistance from a woman with
the following qualifications: educated beyond high
school, psychologicallyminded, emphathic, attrac-
tive, sexually confident. May eventually involve ex-
pense paid trips to another country. All arrangemen-.
t s including remuneration will be made in a most
c discreet, ethical manner. Replies to Michigan Daily
Box No. 7, 420 Maynard.Will be handled with ab-
solute confidentiality. 78F0209
' HAWAII free for one week (Feb.'20-27). Female
companion (age 20-25) wanted for vacation in
Hawaii. Should be: attractive, sensual, adven-
turesome, and good conversationalist. Reply with
photo and brief background description to Joe-Box
2781; Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 27F0130
INTERFSTED in speaking to students who have
been left'dissatisfied with the help they received at
Counseling Center or Counseling Services, and who
would like to talk about their experience. Call per-
sistently. Stephanie 663-2670. 28F0202

at 995-1008.

STAFF POSITIONS-coed overnight camp-Coun-
selors, Specialists, Kitchen;Staff. B'nai B'rith Beber
Camp, Mukwonago, Wisconsin. Interviewing on
campus, Tuesday, February 9. For appointment, call
764-7546. 71H0139
FULL 'TIME POSITION available for telephone
dispatcher. Pleasant speaking voice a must. Call
DIAL-A-MASSAGE 995-5995 for an interview.87H0209
MODELS WANTED. $8.00 per hour. No experience
needed. Call 662-7827. Velvet Touch. 77H0131
DIAL-A-MASSAGE
is now hiring -attractive attendants full and part
time. Call 995-5995 for an interview. 86H0209
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 Marce M. Friedmian,
Director, 947 UMI, Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere,
NY, 11581,516-791-6615, or 516-374-0785. cH0305

cJ0417

Only 2 weeks till spring break! In the meantime
Wayne Meiggs, come to the Daily and pick up your
two free tickets to the State Theater. dJ0129
Work closing in? Need some. help? Counseling ap-
pointments 665-7607 days, evenings. cJtc
ELECTRONIC PROPORTIONAL typing (I.B.M.).
Articulate editing. 100% cotton bond. Superb texts.
$1.50.663-3461. cite
DISSERTATION EDITING. University Microfilms
contractor. All phases..kHumanities, science,
business. Finest quality. 663-3461. cJtc
STEREO SERVICE, fast. TV service. Used TVs and
stereos. TV and stereo rentals.-Ann Arbor Radio, 215
S. Ashley, Downtown. 769-0342. 85J0202
TERM PAYERS, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc

This space
contributed by the pubhsher

GIANT FLEA MARKET
Every weekend 150 dealers. Household items, fur-
niture, antiques, bargains, plants. 6 pi-10 pm Fri.,
10 am-6 pm Sat. & Sun. 214 E: Michigan at Park.
Downtown Ypsilanti. cW1212

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24 Overseer
26 Memorable movie
name
27 Mark with spots
32 Advantage
37 Accumulated
(with "up")
38 Earthenware jar
39 Trail
41 Gaseous element
42 Broadway attrac-
tions
44 Southwestern
dual city
46 Felt
48 March 15
49 Oberon's wife
1 12, 3 4

1
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3
4

bird
5 Rocky Mountain
thieves
6 Emerson's "jea-
lous mistress"
7 Checks

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10
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Muzzle
Samoan port
Parcel's partner
Olympic medalist

47 Lament
50 Turnpike taxes
51 Dill's relative
52 Supple
53 Unsubtle signals
54 Letterhead labels
55 Dishearten
56 Cordelia's father
57 Tuscan river
58 Miniatures
60 War god
63 Bolivian export

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.
cFtc

Heiden
12 'Track event
15' Put up

ISOLATION TANK OFFERS FANTASTIC
VOYAGE. Floating effortlessly in a 10 inch epsom
water solution without lights and sound. Alone with
one's thoughts and fantasies. The tank is designed to
alleviate fears of drowning and claustrophobia. The
unlocked door is light and opens with ease from the
inside or may be left open. You can use the tank to
eliminate ,stress, solve problems, contact the
creative mind. You can enjoy the pleasure of peace
and relaxation. Tank rental $10/hr. for students. Fort
reservations call 434-7445. cFtc
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
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS
Footwear, bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2
blocks off State. cFtc
Help new students next fall: Be an Orientation
Leader. Applications available at 2530 SAB until
Friday, February5, 1982. 60F0131
Want to tell someone Happy Birthday?
Happy Anniversary? Congratulations?
I Love You? I Hate You?
Perhaps You Want To Propose Marriage?

TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Cql Noelle anytime, 971-2364

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GAY MEN-Ongoing support group is organizing.
Details from 763-4186 or 662-1917 weekdays. 08F0207
If you are gay, or think you might be, and are male,
and would like to talk with males like yourself in a
group led by trained gay facilitators, please call 763-
4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 09F0207
JOHN-paradise is not lost. 15% discount on contact
lens preparation at the Village Apothecary-Lucifer.
cFtc
PERSONAL LIVES-Warren, having spent too
much time with his new baby, is regretfully failing
chemistry. In Veronica's absence, a temporary Dean
is appointed, Californian Maxwell Simpson. dF0129
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