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Blues Brothers
A Boy and His Dog
Harold slnd Mude
THE ELECTRIC LADY (XXX)
and TITILLATION (XXX)

If you find your
name in today's
MICHIGAN DAILY
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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Found-A small, brown address book in the School of
Ed. study area. Call Charley-763-0383, 761-3439.
dA1124
LOST-Yellow 3-ring binder with class notes. $10
reward. Call 994-0638 persistently. 11A1123
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Betsy Barbour lease for winter term in a double. Ex-
cellent location. Call 764-9854. 23B1122
MALE DOUBLE LEASE FOR SALE. Bursley/Rot-
vig. Loft, spacious room, close to music and art
school."763-3867. Franco or Dave. dB1121
BICYCLESI BICYCLES! New and Used! We have
them both. New bikes include Peugeot, Volkscycle,
Kabuki, and Vista. Used reconditioned. 10 speeds,
$50.00 and up.,Student Bike Shop. 607 S. Forest at S.
Univ. 662-6986. Next to Village Corner. dB1124
Dental Students or Lab Technicians-For sale, Ney
Porcelain Mark III Furnace. 426-3455. 15B1121
For Sale- Icelandic Woolens-hats, scarfs, mittens,
sweaters. Cheaper than Bean's. Call 764-5602.12B1214
MARKLEY LEASE FOR SALE. WINTER TERM.'
FEMALE DOUBLE. GREAT LOFT, CARPET.
CALL764-1860. 22B1121
GIBSON Flying V Guitar and Peavey Classic amp-
best offer. Call 665-8604. dB1118
FEMALE DOUBLE WINTER LEASE IN MOJO for
sale. Cathy 764-0924; hessages 662-3885. 86B1202
Females: Energetic creative co-op seeks
housemates to share large house on 10 acres, close to
North Campus. No lease, no security deposit, pets
allowed. $150/month. 761-2142 after 12 p.m. 05C1119
Winter Term Lease, Single Room' in Six Bedroom
House. Great Location. John, 769-0799. 79C1124
CAMPUS
REDUCED
FALL RATES
THE FINEST NEW & MODERN FURNISHED
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS ON CAMPUS
DAHLMAN APARTMENTS, 543 Church at
S. University, PHONE 761-7600 DAYS;
EVES. & WEEKENDS, 7 PM-9 PM. 973-7672
cCtc
One thousand square feet of studio rental space
available for groups-bands, theater, etc. Terms
negotiable. Call668-7613. 02C1119
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

2 spacious rooms. Share many common areas,
beautiful grounds with two musicians. 663-0440.
93C1123
UNIVERSITY HOUSING Vacancies for winter term,
RESIDENCE HALLS and Family Housing. Apply
room 1011 S.A.B. 8 am-noon; 12:30-4:30 weekdays.
Tel.663-3164. 29C1121
YPSILANTI AREA-Spacious 1 & 2 bdrm. apar-
tments from $280 monthly. Carpeted, decorated,
cable TV and an extraordinary view. PETS PER-
MITTED. Short term leases available. Valleyview
Apartments. 485-8282. cCtc
University Towers, furnished apartments. 1 and 2
bedrooms, 536 S. Forest, 761-2680. eCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $215.00. Two bedroom
townhouses $259.00. Three bedroom townhouses $286.
Children and small pets welcome. 665-3116.
Off Pontiac Trail- 12 Mile North of Barton Dr.
Have a share in a community
cCtc
Fall Rental
Forest Terrace Apartments
1001 S. Forest
MODERN-2BEDROOM APTS. available for fall.
Fully furnished and carpeted. Each apt. equipped
with its own burglar alarm system. Private parking
free. Garbage disposals-air conditioning. 24 hours
emergency maintenance service. Live in resident
manager; laundry and storage facilities.
SEE MANAGER IN APT. 211
769-6374, 994-4978, or 761-2559
Call persistently
cCtc

Large, quiet room in spacious house. Near campus,
avail. Dec. 24. Leslye 663-1386. 44C1124
10 Minutes from U. of M. Large 1 bedroom lakefront.
6 month lease. Completely remodeled, furnished.
$350. 481-1300, ask for Ray. 94C1124
5 singles, 6 bedroom house, fully furnished, 2 baths,
parking, fireplace, etc., Oakland, 761-2459. 34C1120
Large Room for Rent. Many highlights, great
location. Call Melanee at 995-1232. 42C1209
Available immediately-Perfect 1-2 person office or
ideal studio fQr 1-2-3 artists. On UM campus. Large
storage closets, sink, large windows, tall ceilings, in
27' x 13', 350 sq. ft. space. Rent only $259/month. In-
cludes all utilities/everything. Optional reserved
parking is available. Campus Commercial Proper-
ties-995-5454. 38C1124
One month free rent, female share apartment, Med.
Center and Campus area, furnished, $136/mo,
available immediately, 769-3914. 40C1123
Winter lease available, spacious bedroom in 3
bedroom apartment with 2 male roommates. Close to
campus. Call 665-0455 any time. 35C1121
CAMPUS LOCATION?
McKINLEY HAS IT!
BEST APARTMENTS IN TOWN, COME IN TODAY
" Rooms BEfficiencies
" 1, 2, 3 Bedrooms
" Whole Houses, a4 Bedrooms
" SPECIAL DEALS FOR SPECIAL HOUSES
AVAILABLE NOW.
at
McKINLEY
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUS ARCADE
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F 9-6 SAT. 10-2
Rosby M. Jackson-There's no Tax on the two free
tickets to the State Theater that you've won. Just
pick them up at the Daily. dE1118
P .

A first in A'. Quality Mexican Food and free delivery
too. Tijuana Bob's. 996-8606. 30F1207
Rose Bowl Bound? I can accommodate up to 4
people. 2 blocks from beach, 15 mins from LAX, 60
minutes from the game. $50/night, call Rick. Day
(213) 452-8711, eves (213) 318-1897. 28F1121
Due to popular demand Pizza Bob's now has free
delivery. 665-4517. 33F1207
Be the best you can be given your givens. Come to
BODYMOTION for a great workout. 621 E. Williams.
above Focus Pinball. Saturday 10 AM. 18F1120
Rebirthing trainer, Bobby Birdsall seminar, "Your
relationship with your feelings"-Nov. 19-7:00
p.m.; Nov. 20 & 21-9 a.m. Held in 1880 Victorian
Mansion-Flint. CAUTION: This seminar could be
hazardous to your misery'! CALL: 313-235-4621.
95F1118
Ride Wanted from Philly, NYC, NJ, DC to A'. Sunday
Nov. 28 769-6365 after 9 pm. Will share expenses,
driving. 43F1119
Paul Schnell, I always keep my promises. Sur-
prised? PS: High Danny! - dFl118
RUNS GOOD, no rust, thanks to special student
vitamin formula from the Village Apothecary. cFtc
CAR OWNERS. .. get a lifetime guarantee and pay
less for a First Quality muffler. Call for a price over
the phone 769-5913, Ann Arbor Muffler on Jackson
Ave. 1cFtc
SHABBAT AT
CHABAD
FRI. NOV. 19, 5:30 pm
JOIN US WITH A REAL DELICIOUS HOMEMADE
SHABBAT DINNER WITH FRESH HOMEMADE
CHALLAH, HOT CHICKEN SOUP, ETC. ALSO
FEATURING A GUEST SPEAKER:
RABBI SHALOM STOCK
from Oak Park, Michigan
WILL SPEAK ON
"UNDERSTANDING THE
HOLLOCAUST"
ALL THIS AT
CHABAD HOUSE
715 HILL, CORNER OAKLAND OFF STATE ST.
FOR INFO DIAL 99-LEARN
NO CHARGE
cFtc
SUE, CATHY AND EMMA-Thanks for all your
help. I truly appreciate it.-Meyer. dF1118
Paul Wycoff and his buddy Cliff, who both had dated
Michelle at the same time, now laurh that she has
been rejected by both Alex, her former kidnapper,
and Keith Jennings, her T.A. Will Cliff start secretly
seeing Michelle again? dF1118
Ride wanted to N. Florida area for Thanksgiving.
973-6615 before9AM. 04G1119
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TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis,
manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948.
cJ0417
Term papers, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc
WRITE ON...
Creative/technical copywriting
Editing, resech, typing
996-056610-5 M-F
cJtc
ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTERS-Free listing. Write
P.O. Box 2745, Ann Arbor. 48106. 7411121
TYPING-Experienced legal secretary--Reason-
able rates-Gretchen-662-9120. 75J1208
Typing all kinds plus transcriptions. IBM Selectric,
low rates.Cindy, 662-9948. cJtc
Custom bookbinding. We bind dissertations, jour-
nals, periodicals. Superb workmanship, reasonable
prices, prompt service. The Bessenberg Bindery.
Call 459-3530 or 665-8017. Or stop by our work take-in
spot inside David's Books at 622 E. Liberty. 84J1123

BOOK SALE-Thousands of titles. Third floor,
University Cellar. Now through December-come on
down. 0IM 1130
LARGE PARTY? Free band, free room, reduced
prices-50 or more can have their own area of our
restaurant of nightclub with no charge for admission
and low prices on beverages. Sunday-Thursday only
Call Second Chance 994-5360. 80M1124
SR AVEL
Friendly Travel Service: Airline tickets. Ask about
delivery. 572-2028. 90P1119

BIKE EUROPE IN '83
For Details: BIKE EUROPE INC.
234-A Nickels Arcade; 668-0529

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WASHINGTON MANOR
Large one bdr. apt. in mod. bldg. Paneled, shelves,
4balcony, a/c, laundry/storage facilities. Call or stop
by. MODERN MANAGEMENT, 668-6906/663-
3641-418 E. Washington. cCtc
BEL-AIRE
Extra large two bdr. apts. in mod. bldg. Balconies,
patios, a/c, parking, laundry/storage facilities. Call
today for a tour. MODERN MANAGEMENT, 668-
6906/663-3641. cCtc
Apt, for rent. Move in mid-Dec.; rent starts Jan.
Female roommate for 2 bedroom luxury apt. with
living room, kitchen, dining room, bath; Free
parking, tennis & racquet ball courts, pool, sauna,
and more! Quiet neighborhood, convenient location.
Reasonable rent. Call: Allison: 663-4159 after 5 p.m.
89C1121
2 bedroom furnished apt. Same block as CCRB,
parking, laundry and storage available. 663-4101.
cCtc
A few nice units, good campus locations, right prices.
-Campus Rentals LTD. S.U._& Washtenaw. 665-8825.
Evenings call ani 663-6689 or Doug 475-9773.-Ctc
January-May lease: spacious one bedroom in 2
bedroom apartment. Newly carpeted, parking, laun-
dry. Great location. Call: 761-6535. 08C1121
Cooperative Student Housing Available in well
organized, non-profit group households. 4 month con-
tracts with summer options. Estimated $225/month,
includes room, food, utilities, laundry, fully fur-
nished, fully equipped kitchen. Call 662-4414. 81C1211
APARTMENT FOR RENT. 2-bedroom. Very close to
campus. Free laundry and parking. Furnished. 995-
2620. dCtc
Singles in 6 bedroom house. Furnished, 2 bathrooms,
covered parking. Packard. 668-8155. 27C1208
Single room on campus, $125/mo. utilities included,
for men, 995-3276. cC1123

TYPING, IBM WORD PROCESSING,
PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.
cJtc
PROFESSIONAL RESUMES
ON WORD PROCESSOR
996-4572
cJtc
Sing-A-Gram Vocalist for all occasions. Classical,
Pop, Showtunes. 994-4013. 21J1211
COUNSELING: Pain, hurt, and loneliness! You
don't deserve it! You are important and don't let !
anyone tell you differently. For help, call ARBOR
VALLEY COUNSELING. Dennis Berling, ACSW;
572-1403 or 994-9175. First consultation-No Charge:
37J1201
Wanted to buy, 2 season Basketball tickets, Blue
area. Call 517-439-9125 after 5:00. 14K1120
Nina M. Miklas-May I Konvince you to Leave And
Soon arrive at the Daily to get your Two free tickets
to the State Theater. dK1118
DO RT
Alice H. Gleason-Come on down to the Daily for
your two free tickets to the State Theater. dLl118
SUP PLIES
Suzanne M. Lewis-Who is the person you will take to
the State Theater with your two free tickets that are
waiting for you at the Daily? dT1118

WINTER TERM-Extra large bedroom in 6-person
house. Close to campus. Interesting housemates.
House has hardwood floors, fireplace, two big living
rooms. Call 995-4875 or 763-0383. Ask for Charley or
Mike. dU1l24

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Corrine A. Basler-Do you remember the Corrine on
"SOAP?" She married a priest, etc....Well she
hasn't won two free tickets to the State Theater like
you have. Come to the Daily to pick them up.
dP1118
THANKSGIVING BUS TO CHICAGO & WILMETTE
only $37.50
ROUNDTRIP
NOV. 24, 4:00, Nov. 28, 4:00 CALL NOW JOHN 662-
4233, JIM 764-6716, SCOTT 996-1864. 16P1119
~-.-.fn . r- -.
A-1 Ticket Service. Your Ticket to football, concerts,
etc. Buy, Sell, Trade 994-0145. cQtc
U. of M. Football tickets for sale. 973-6327. cQtc

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LABOR PRICES REDUCED UP TO 55%-Now it is
Affordable to repair your bicycle!! Tune up only
$12.50, one day repair service. Student Bike Shop. 607
S. Forest at S. Univ. Next to Village Corner. 662-6986.
dZ1124

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

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ACROSS
1 Established rules
of social conduct
6 City features
0 Egyptian port
4 Well's partner
5 "I begin to smell

16 Hair style
17 Winter word
18 Macbeth
19 O. W. Holmes,
for one
20 Symbol of speed
22 Part of QED
23 Current: Prefix
24 With caution
26 "Music Man" man
30 Shows weariness
31 Figures
32 Enter, as a group
36 It's enough, at
times
37 "...spice, and
everything - "
38 How some gar-
dens grow
42 Like an oak table
45 Rose's husband
46 Lasting dislikes
47 Barn dance wear

50 Nome time
51 In - way
52 Symbols of speed
58 Jib
59 Morse or moral
60 Fiord.
61 Wight, for ex-
ample
62 Low integers
63 Nowhere-
solution
64 Minus
65 Bucky of baseball
66 Organic com-
pound
DOWN
1 Gender: Abbr.
2 Water container
3 Nothing, to Pierre
4 Before handed or
Stephen
5 Say "Sic 'em!"
6 Copies
7 Venezuelan cop-
per town
8 Ship rightener
9 Brilliant
10 Speed category
11 To the left, to a tar
12 Best

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26 Bow
27 Popular name in
Paris
28 - homo
29 Speeds off
33 Pine, in Mexico.
34 Cooling gadget
35 Sparks, et al.
39 Coastal city
NW of Manila
40 Pacific game
fish
41 The beginning
42 Oldest, in a way
43 Too hasty, per-
haps
44 Tony's French
cousin
47 Kitchen herb
48 Put down
49 Symbols of hard-
ness
53 Delightful place
54 Ones, to 44 Down
55 Site above the
Equator: Abbr.
56 "- Mable"
57 Ace
10 t1 1|12 13

Of f one's rocker
Sign gas
Self

Need a photo instantly? THE PICTURE MAN (.ife.
color passport and B/W resume/I.D. pictures.
Reasonably priced. 320 S. State above Richardson's
Pharmacy. (10-5, M-F; 10-1 Sat.) cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK,
769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR. Swimwear,
bodywear, footwear. Factory close-outs. 406 E.
Liberty, 2 blocks off State St. cFtc
Still Ann Arbor's LOWEST Copy Prices!
4t base copy price
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
BALLOONS-helium bouquets delivered by tuxedo
clad messengers for any occasion. U-M party
decorating. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-1972
MC-VISA. cFtc
DREAMS WORKSHOP involving Gestalt work,
Senoi gifts, masks and drama. Residential weekend
November 19-21. $35 registration plus ability to pay
fee. Bob Blood, PhD. Margaret Blood, MA. 769-0046.
cFtc
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
The finest tasting Mexican food in town is served at
Tujuana Bob's. 810 S. State St., 996-8606. 31F1207
UM WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
FALL CONCERT
FRIDAY, NOV. 19-8 P.M.
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
FREE ADMISSION
You'll be pleasantly surprised at the progress of the
Women's Glee Club. For information call 665-7408 or
665-7386. 03F1119
AT LAST! Good Mexican food and free delivery.
Tijuana Bob's. 996-8606. 32F1207
Day Horoscope
SCORPIO: Break away from old
patterns and attempt something
new and bold.
SAGITTARIUS: Keep your long
term goals in mind when making
an important decision.
CAPRICORN: Control the urge to
lash out at those who anger you.
AQUARIUS: Be creative in for-
mulating plans to rid yourself of
difficulty.
PISCES: The extra effort of recent
weeks will be rewarded today.
ARIES: Keep sight of your
limitations. Avoid overindulgence
in all spheres of your life.
TAURUS: Be tolerant of a coworker
whose views differ from your own.
GEMINI: Don't make innocent

MARKETING REP needed to sell Spring Break &
Summer/Fall CANOE TRIPS. Earn cash & Free
VACATIONS! Set your own hours! Be your own
Boss! You must be dynamic and outgoing. Call (312)
681-1312-evening calls preferred, or write:
PIONEER CANOE & OUTDOOR ADVENTURES,
INC., P.O. Box 1312 Melrose Park, Ill., 60160.
13H1118
Delivery person wanted. Must have own car and
good driving record. Must be able to work 6 am-10
am 7 days per week. Apply in person Mon.-Fri. at the
Bagel Factory 1306 S. University. 2511119
Pizza delivery and counter help. Must know A' area
& have car. Dino's Pizza. 213S. Fourth. 996-8000 after
2pm. 96H1119
WORK IN FRANCE, JAPAN, CHINA!
No experience, degree, or foreign language required
for most positions. Teach conversational English.
Send long, stamped, self-addressed envelope for
details. ESL-32B, P.O. Box 336, Centralia, WA 98531.
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. All fields. $500-
$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box
53-MI, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. 35H1120
Assistant Manager to work nights. Some food service
background necessary and management experience
preferred. Call 663-3345 between 8 an-10 am Mon.-
Fri. Ask for Mr. Schmidt. 26H1119
Aerobic dance instructors desire part-time. For
training information call 1-360-2125. 17H1120
BUSINESS
WORDPROCESSING-Ideal for theses, multiple
resume cover letters. Call 663-7158. 05J1203
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
Typing, thesis work, term papers, letters, and more
Reasonable rates. Phone 769-2645. 70J1124
TYPING-Fast, Accurate, Reasonable. Papers,
briefs, letters dissertations (11 years experience)
SANDI. 426-5217. cJtc

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STIPULATIONS: All entrants must currently be enrolled at The University of Michigan.
SUBJECT MATTER: Impressions-the people, places and themes of the university campus and the
Ann Arbor area.
ENTRIES MUST BE: Black and white, 5x7-8x10, glossy prints in a protective wrapping. The entry form
must accompany your photograph. Your photograph must have your name and number on the back.
PRIZES: One hundred dollars worth of interesting prizes.
JUDGING: Photographs will be judged by U of M faculty members. Ensian and Daily photographic
editors, and local professionals.
DROP-OFF: The Michigan ENSIAN office in the Student Publications Building 420 Maynard (Art
Editor s box).
ENTRY DEADLINE: November 19th. Photographs will not be returned.

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