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Term papers, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 983-
7345 persistently. cJtc
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
cJtc
Classical piano lessons at East Quad, patient and en-
thusiastic teacher, beginners welcome, $9/hr. First
lesson free. Call 994-0371 after 10:30. 54J0912
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJct
TYPING-Fast, accurate, reasonable. Papers,
briefs, letters, dissertations (10) years experience.
SANDI, 426-5217. cJ0814
FREE?-9:80 a.m. Mon. Wed. Join Sue Huff in
Aerobic exercise at St. Andrews on Division. Begins
9/13/82. 8 weeks, 2/wk. $32, 665-0143. 02J0912

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Lost $260 on Packard between Division and State.
Desperate, please Help! Reward! 996-9017. 45A0912
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Used furniture and household items Dave's Resale
Center, 1150 Rosewood. Tuesday-Friday 9-5, Satur-
day 9:30-3. Closed Sunday and Monday. 57B0916
Stereo, typewriter, women's leather boots, electric
can opener, other miscellaneous items. 973-6701.
56B0912
1974 Suzuki TS-250 Excellent Condition. 2 helmets
and cover. New battery. $350. 973-6701. 55B0912
Amazing Accumulation Sale. Thousands of new and
used items. Dishes, records, etc. Friday 9-6. Staebler
Rd. corner of Jackson Rd. Mile west of Zeeb (I-94
exit 169). 84B0910
Sony portable, b/w, VTR, plus camera, mint con-
dition. $750 or best offer. 663-5593. 98B0916
1973 Olds 98. Some rust, good engine. Reliable tran-
sportation. $500. Call 662-9298. 93B0912
QUAKER YARD SALE-1420 Hill, rain or shine. Sat.
Sept. 11, 9-5. Diverse items. 91B0911
TEAC, A4300 SX, auto reverse, 7 inch reel tape deck,
Still in carton. $390. Call after 5, 996-2977. 87B0912
SAILBOARD-BIC, w/Regatta sail. Asking $575. 769-
0968. 88BO912
Six foot harpsichord, two keyboards, four sets of'
strings, coupler pedal, and lute stops. $4800 or best
offer. Call 517-676-2651. 11B0921
Armless, ┬žectional sofa w/ottoman and coffee table
$35, Lawson 74" 2-cushion sofa $30, blonde oak
dresser, double bed stead, mirror, $75. Call 663-7745.
27BO912
CANNON AE-I 50 millimeter, great condition. $175.00
Neg. 761-7181. 18B0915
Folding Bike Baskets and Caddy. Like new. $25.00.
761-7126. 13B0915
PANASONIC STEREO-Great for dorm music
listening, $60.00.761-7162. 12B0915
Single bed w/box spring. $30. 3 large bamboo cur-
tains, $10 each. 996-8125.. 32B0916
COMPACT REFRIGERATOR-in excellent con-
dition. $75 or best offer. Call 662-6649. 33B0915
1972 Honda 350, Great condition, $400. Call 994-0537
after 5. Ask for Dave. 31BO917

On Campus, one and three bdrm. apts. $250 to $420
plus util. 663-4641. 08C0914
Available now, 2 bdrms. on S. State. Curtains, car-
pets, parking, laundry on bus line. $345 plus heat.
Call 971-2442 eves. 662-1589. 10C0921
Female to share 2 be'droom apartment with same.
Pheasant Run apartments on AATA busline. Mostly
furnished. $175. 973-9387, 971-8928. 22C0915
Furnished Apt. sublet shared with 3 people other
male undergrad. students, 9/82-8/83, 1321 Wilmot,
Apt. 204, bi-level, 2-bdrm., LR and kitchen. $138.75
per person per mo. Contact Steve Slachak, 313-891-
5974 or 412-344-6836. 20C0915
SP'ACIOUS ROOM-on campus. $180/mo., 8 month
lease. Formale. Immediate occupancy. 995-3276.
17C0916
Beautiful, 4 bdrm. house, oak floors, fireplace,
screened in porch, studio w/skylight, 3-car garage.
10 min. drive to campus: $750, 668-8873, 668-6432.
04C0915
Furnished or unfurnished rooms in house. Kitchen,
laundry, garage. Singles from $125. Doubles from.
$195. Excludes gas and elect. 806 Granger near Yost
Arena. 995-5120 or 663-8937. 89C0915
Friends International Co-op: Housing and meal plan
for graduate and mature undergrad. women studen-
ts; meal plan for men and women. 761-7435, 1416 Hill.
92C0912
Female roommate needed. Furnished bdrm. in a
beautiful 2 bdrm. west side duplex. 994-0530, 763-2551,
Rachel. 94C0914
Spacious 3 bdrm. apt., 2 baths, modern kitchen and
living room, newly carpeted. Parking, 3-5 people.
$425/mo. 761-9210. 86C0915
Room for rent, able to share entire house. 807 Miner.
761-6611. Charles Rush btw. 6-6:30 p.m. " 96C0912
Central Campus-Furnished rooms in quiet house.
Grad students preferred. Close to Bus. School. Util.
included, some parking. Eve. 663-2492 or 995-9438.
01C0915
2 bdrm. furnished apt. on S. Forest, % block from S.
Univ. A/C, parking, laundry, all util. except elec.
$500. 663-3061. 99C0915
Stereo Technics, BSR, ADC components $235. Also
Nikon binocular microscope w/oil and light $495.
Fred, evenings till 10, 665-5285. 97C0912
Campus, one bedroom, furnished, $290, air, laundry,
parking, modern building. 971-8696. 58C0924

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CAMPUS
APARTMENTS
Modern, furnished campus 2 bedroom apts. Im-
mediate occupancy. 4 blocks to Rackham Building.
$400/month
Includes heat, water, parking,
laundry and storage facilities.

Listings also available
for furnished campus

Efficiency, 1 & 2 bedroom apts
3 bedroom bilevel, fireplace
5 bedroom, 1 bath home
All units feature 24 hour maintenance
service and UM lease.
ALSO
Modern furnished 2 bedroom
MODEL OPEN
Between 2 & 4 p. daily
for your convenience
and to meet roommates
1341 Geddes, Apt. No. 1
same block as CCRB
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT
337 E. Huron
663-4101
25 YEARS EXPERIENCE

HOUSES
TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS
Whether you are looking for a charming older
home, or a modern home, we've got it. 2-4 bedroom,
furnished or unfurnished, hardwood floors, car-
peting, drapes, appliances, garages. Locations:
BALDWIN, CAMBRIDGE CT., CATHERINE,
CROSS, FAIR, S. STATE. Call us today for a tour.
Why knock on doors when we'll provide the transpor-
tation.
MODERN MANAGEMENT
668-6906/663-3641
cCtc
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- Mile North of Barton Dr.
Have a share in a community.
cCtc
One or two people in small Frat. at 1705 Hill. All
facilities including laundry, TV, parking, board and
social available. $325 negotiable. Call 761-7583,
Brooks. 46C0916
Attractive furnished rooms in large old west side
house. Kitchen, laundry, parking. Non smoking fe-
males. $155-$175. 668-6432. 668-8873. 51C0916
AVAILABLE-furnished apts. on Church and S.
Univ. for 2 or 3 students. 12 mo. lease, no pets. 662-
1897. 52C0915
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-It Mile North of Barton Dr.
Have a share in a community
c'Ctr
BALLOONS! Helium bouquets delivered by tuxedo-
clad messengers for any occasion. U-M party
decorating. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-1972.

Smith College Club of Ann Arbor welcomes newly
arrived alumnae. Ellie Wotherspoon, 995-0812, eves.
43F0912
THERAPY GROUP Mon. Eve. Beg. 9-13. Bob Blood,
Ph. D. 769-0046. cF0912
NURTURING GROUP-Wed. Evenings beginning
Sept. 15. Bob and Margaret Blood. 769-0046. cF0915
Instruction in Indian dancing on campus by Malini.
Work on body awareness, alignment, skillful
execution of movement. Must for students of Asian
culture. Yoga and music. 994-3167. 42F0910
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cF0417
Church St. Skates is open in good weather Tues.-Sun.
12-8 p.m. through Oct. $2.00/hr. Wednesday is 2 for 1

Absolute top dollar paid for U of M football tickets,
973-6328. cQtc
U. of M. Football tickets for sale. 973-6327. cQtc
E-Z TICKET SERVICE is buying and selling all U. of
M. football tickets! Call 662-9899 24 hours for all your
ticket needs. 49Q0919

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VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning thru advanced. Doc-
torate from U of M. 15 yrs. experience in Ann Arbor.
For more information call 663-8392. 30J0912
KLEAN KORNERS-Residential and commercial
cleaning. Schedules to fit your needs. Call 428-9385
day or evening. 19J0924
Typing, reasonable rates. 10 years experience. Call
Andy. 996-5950. 2630911-
T ICKT

day. Available for parties. - * -
Rentals and equipment now on FI.
Sale.

cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST
DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 SUniversity
cFtc

Free room in private home for occasional chores,
kitchen privileges. Must have car. 668-7995. 29E0912

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1980 Mazda RX7, sunroof, air, delux interior, best of-
fer over $6800. Must sell. 434-0824 persistently.
53N0912

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BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WE'VE HELD THE LINE ON
1982-83 FALL RATES

CAMPUS
REDUCED
Fall Rates
THE FINEST NEW & MODERN FURNISHED
EFFICIENCIES, 1 AND 2 BEDROOM APART-
MENTS ON CAMPUS.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
543 CHURCH AT S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN M-F 9:30-5, SAT 10-2
761-7600

WHY KNOCK ON DOORS
WHEN WE'LL DO
THE DRIVING?
We call it:
"HASSLE FREE RENTING"
We still have a few topcampus locations
-Rooms e Efficiencies-
-1-3 bedroom apartments-
-2-4 bedroom houses-
-Furnished/unfurnished-
-Fully equipped kitchens-
-Dishwashers - Air Conditioning-
-Laundry * Parking-
-Extra storage - 24 hour maintenance-
-City & U-M bus routes-'
Call today for an appointment. We'll provide
the transportation and personally escort
you through our buildings
MODERN MANAGEMENT
668-6906/663-3641
cCt

MANY OF OUR FINE CAMPUS APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES ARE GOING AT 1981 RATES
" Rooms "Efficiencies
" 1,2,3 Bedrooms
{"Whole Houses, 2-4 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Available
at
McKINLEY
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUS ARCADE
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F 9-6 SAT 10-2
cCtc
One bdrm. a4t. near main campus and Bus. School.
Attractive older bldg. Pets ok, rent includes all util.
tc Call 662-9429. 48014

Consumer Reach has 250,000 unique Michigan Bump-
er-Stickers ready for distribution. We need student
reps interested in working 2-3 hours before football
games, and/or 2-3 hours/week going door to door.
$25/hr. income average. This can be a single or
multi-level business depending upon your ability and
time. Need good money? Call Mr. Bittker, 313-352-
5779. 41 HO912

COPIES-Cheap and Quick!
Open till 7:30 p.m.
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-&
RECESSION GOT YOU DOWN? FI
Helpful Tips $1.00 and SASE. Dynamic
Box 19247, Mpls., MN. 55419.
Want to Succeed in the Classroom? Wan
Want to Be Successful? For more infor
to: Joe Campbell Associates, 26 Dr
Laurel Springs, NJ, 08021. SALES REPS
Saturday at Midnight: SELIHOT SERV
Welcom th.is Shb baki

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

INEXPENSIVE
LIVING
isn't all we offer at
THE NEW
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
WE HAVE :
GREAT CAMPUS LOCATION
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
MANY NEWLY REMODELED UNITS
TV LOUNGE WITH CABLE TV
GAME ROOM, VENDING MACHINES
NEW STUDY LOUNGE
LAUNDRY FACILITIES
POOl., AIR CONDITIONING
ORGANIZED PARTIESAND ACTIVITIES
24 HOUR ATTENDED LOBBY
As well as 2 bedroom
apartments beginning at
$385 HEAT INCLUDED
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
S. University at Forest
VISIT OUR MODEL APARTMENTS DAILY 9-5
weekends 12-4 OR PHONE 761-2680

Welcome the first 'Shabbat back in.
Ctc Tonight: Conservative 7:45 PM, Ortho
Dinner 8:45 PM (call to reserve). S
thodox 9:30 AM, Mincha-Seudah Shlishis
WOMEN & COMPULSIVE EATING. SL
forming for mid-Sept; based upon "Fati
Issue." For info, call 665-4319, persistent
Prisoner needs penpals for correspor
write anyone. Write to Richard Gelbke
P.O. Box 69, London, Ohio, 43140.
WE'RE SERIOUS ABOUT WINE. Wine
you're serious about it. The Village Apot
S. University.
REPLACE YOUR MUFFLER
CLASSES! 30 minutes or less ... lifetim
proven lowest price.. . Call Ann Arbo
your price over the phone 769-5913.

cFtc Free Meals: Work for 30 minutes in the kitchen of
Alpha Phi Sorority daily and enjoy free meals daily.
Call 662-6374 or 665-5071. dH0917
8338 Student representative needed to sell unique gift
cFtc items to greek organizations. Territory guaranteed.
GHT BACK. Must have camera. Send name, age, greek affiliation
Arts I, P.O. (if any), student year, campus address, and sum-
07F0912 mary of selling experience to SILHOUETTE, Inc.,
t B1145 Bardstown Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40204.
t to Be Rich? 34H0911
mation write
rivers Lane, MARKETING REP needed to sell SKI & BEACH
. WANTED. TRIPS. Earn cash & free vacations. You must be
"70917 dynamic & outgoing. Call 312-871-1070 or write SUN &
SKI ADVENTURES,.2256 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL
ICE at Hillel. 60614. 35H0912
cFO9lO -----______ ___
A A AGENTS WANTED. Easy work, your pace. Help
Ann Arbor. rent T.V.'s. Good Commission. Call Gary 425-1600.
lox 7:35 PM. 7O1
aturday, Or- 87H0916
7:25 PM. GENERAL HOUSEKEEPING. NEAR CAMPUS. 3
cF0910 hrs./wk. $4/hr. Prefer Wed. Long term. ASAP, 9-9,
769-3027. 03H0915
upport group-
is a Feminist $5/hr. student needed for light house cleaning. 12 day
ly. 90F0912 a week. Phone 769-7249. 15H0912
ndence; will Work for academic credit or volunteer at the Pound
No. 158-148, House Children's Center this Fall term. Located at
dF0924 Hill and East University. Come over for a visit or call
- _- Joan at 764-2547. 39H0914
isonl fun ifn e a
thecaryfu1112 Temple Beth Emeth-seeks part time librarian Sat.
Fteay,11 a. m. plus prep. time during week. 996-4635 or 665-
cFtc 4744.38H0912
BETWEEN Dependable strong persons needed part time to aid
e guarantee. disabled professional woman with personal care,
r Muffler' meals. Huron-State area. 662-2734. 28H0916

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DCM TIME WINDOWS-Great speakers. List $770.
12 mos. old-$600 pair. 485-8279. 83X0915
650 YAMAHA 1971, 19,000 mi., very good mechanical
condition. $500.662-4068. 0Z0916
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.
05Z0924-
BICYCLES! 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. 06Z0924.
Daily Horoscope

ARIES: Have fun and get out and
enjoy yourself tonight.
TAURUS: Find ways to celebrate
the culmination of a project.
GEMINI: Take nothing for granted.
Look beneath the surface of a
proposal.
CANCER: An upcoming social
event occupies your thoughts.
LEO: Take stock of your accom-
plishments and celebrate a recent
victory.
VIRGO: A romantic interest goes
out of his or her way to make sure
you have a good time.
LIBRA: Don't let a feud with a boss
or coworker mar the entire day.
SCORPIO: The late hours of the
day can be exceedingly romantic.
SAGITTARIUS: You waste time by
wallowing in self pity.
CAPRICORN: Try not to go to ex-
cess in celebrating at a social event
this evening.
AQUARIUS: You may not be happy
in large crowds today. Spend time
alone with someone special.
PISCES: You receive a dramatic
boost of energy that puts you in
good shape for upcoming
challen es.
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ACROSS
1 Sound of
amazement
5 Symbol of our age
10 Skirmish
14 Winglike
15 Helmet, to Horace
16 Lake, source of
.Blue Nile
17 Divinity student
19 Opposed
20 Vote of a type
21 Toronto resident
23 Timetable abbr.
24 Kind of baseball
game
27 Birthright seller
28 Contralto
Anderson
33 Bookkeeper
38 Soprano
Lehmann
39 Taj Mahal site
40 as a pig
42 Bookie's business
43 Part of USCG
45 Farm party
members
47 Hemingway
49 " go bragh"
50 Skilled performers
53 RR stopover
56 Riverside dwellers
rights

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60 Prevent, legally
62 Furniture style
63 Eastern
Europeans
66 Observe
67 "...to fetch -
of water"
68 Pasta dish
~69 Holly oak
70 One of the
Philippines
71 Psyche's love
DOWN
1 Scenic peninsula
in Canada
2 Wide-awake
3 Islands of the
South Pacific
4 Grand-
5 - Khan
6 See 60 Across
7 Medleys
8 Signified
9 Fighting fowl
10 Play the lead
11 Polish title of

25 Zhivago
character
26 "-- Miller,"
Verdi opera
27 Clean the slate
29 Sign of spring
30 Willow
31 Bus. env. abbr.
32 Loch-
33 Chantilly
34 Operatic prince
35 Type of muffin
36 Neighbor of Pak.
37 Nasal features
41 Bakery item
44 St. Petersburg
resident
46 Part of 53 Down
48 Ofagrens
51 Moleskin color

WELCOME
SHABAT
AT CHABAD
FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 8:00 PM
Join us with a delicious Shabat dinner in a joyous
warm atmosphere featuring a guest speaker, RABBI
CHAIM BERGSTEIN from Farmington will speak
on "The Middle East Turmoil." All this at CHABAD
HOUSE, 715 Hill St., corner Oakland off State St. For
information dial 99-LEARN. No charge. cF0910
Welcome Back-I missed you! Love, Pinky. 50F0910

NIGHT MANAGER WANTED FOR SAFE HOUSE.
WORK STUDY ONLY. $4/hr. Fri./Sat, night or day.
Car essential. Call Sue at 995-5444. 37H0917
Volunteer readers needed for blind and learning
disabled students. Call D.S.S. Office. 763-3000.
21H0915

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