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MICHIGAN DAILY
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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BLUE CLOTH WALLET/REWARD Monday, 31 Oct.
near Paleomus/Airport shuttle? 662-8477 eves.f
33A1106

SUBLEASE - WINTER TERM. 2 bdrm apt. 2 -
people. Great location. 4 or 8 month lease. Call 66
8755. 36U111

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SINGLE OR DOUBLE available in Bi-level apt. Two
balconies, fireplace, air-conditioning, furnished. One
block from campus. $165 or $143.668-7857. 39C1105
GET YOUR OUTDOOR Skates! Priced to Roll
Away. Also Full Day Rentals, Minimum 3 people,
$8/skater. 665-5137. cC1120
FOURTH NEEDED IN Large modern apt. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, largecarpeted rustic living room
with bay windows. Near campus - Church and Hill.
$180 plus elec., negotiable. Call 665-9206. 99C1108
2828 PACKARD - Near Platt. Nice 2 bedroom ranch
-with fireplace and 2 car attached garage. Only $475 a
month. Call, Sue Moran, 971-7368, the Charles
Reinhart Company. 51C1108
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. 536S. FOREST
PHONE 761-2680
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CAMPUS
REDUCED
* MODERN 2 BEDROOM APT.
"FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
" SMALL PETS WELCOME
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
761-7600 DAYS
663-7855 EVES & WEEKENDS
cCtc

OVERWEIGHT INDIVIDUALS - Participate in
100% NATURAL QUICK WEIGHT LOSS
PROGRAM. 50t/meal. 996-8799.11 am -9 pm.
14F1105
NEED TO TALK? If you need a sympathetic ear, an
objective viewpoint, or simply a chance to let it all
out, we can help. Dial 76-GUIDE (764-8433). 02F1106
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR - swimwear,
bodywear, footwear, Factory close-outs, 419 E.
Liberty 2 blocks off State Street. cFtc
ABORTION INFO-Lifespan Resource Library.
Call 769-062510-12 or 1-3 M-W-F. cFtc
AN INFERTILE.COUPLE is desirous of an adoption
- If you are pregnant and wish to adopt your child to
a loving couple whom you may meet - Please con-
tact: P.O. Box 625 Roseville, MI 48066
16F1216
HIGH QUALITY COPIES: 3t ACCU-COPY, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cFtc
AMITY LSAT/GMAT/MCAT GRE SEMINARS:
800-243-4767 91F1112
NEED A PHOTO instantly? THE PICTURE MAN
offers color passport and B/W resume/I.D. pictures.
Reasonably priced. 320 S. State above Richardson's
Pharmacy. (10-5M-F; 10-1 Sat.) 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. cFtc
BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
PERSONAL LIVES
Nancy desperately tried to con her pals into joining
her at the U-Club for Funk night, but despite her
promises that it will be "like, far out" and "totally
freaky, you know," the others refuse. Kim preferred
to study for midterms, and Ann claimed she had to do
the same, but in reality she decided to stop over at
Markley to see.... dFllOS
BRUCE W. BALL - You'll have a ball
when you and a friend go to the State Theatre with
the two free tickets you have won. Just come to the
Daily to pickthem up. dF1105
JULIE BEEKER- The weather is just
right for you to enjoy a movie for two at the State
Theatre. Come to the Michigan Daily and pick up
your tickets! dF1105
EARN $50 in approximately 30 minutes. Healthy in-
dividuals are needed as bone marrow donors for
University of Michigan approved research project.
Donors should be free of aspirin and other drugs for 3
weeks prior to donation. Contact Pat at 763-4171
Monday through Friday 8 am - 5pm. 37H1105
PART-TIME HELP. 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Typing
required. Call 662-2212. 26H1106

ANALYTICAL CHEMIST WITH excellent industrial
training and experience in all aspects of an
analytical laboratory including scheduling, routine
workloads for incoming raw material, quality con-
trol (solvents, polymers, etc.), ability to design and
implement sound assays for chemical and
troubleshoot routine chemical related problems.
Must have sound hands on expertise in use and main-
tenance of sensitive analytical instruments. Super-
visory experience necessary. Apply Monday, Wed-
nesday, Friday, or send a resume to: Personnel
Department, Gelman Sciences, Inc., 600 S. Wagner.
Rd., Ann Arbor. MI, 48106. Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. 46H1106
RESEARCHER - PHILOSOPHY MAJOR in-
terested in Oriental Philosphy with minimum of
Master's Degree working on PhD. Permanent part-
time for minimum of two year commitment. Steady
income, set own hours, work at home. Looking for
someone with strong background in this field. Send
resume to P.O. Box 35303, Detroit, MI 48235.
41111110
RESEARCHER - WITH MINIMUM of Master's
Degree working on your PhD. in Asian Studies in
Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. Permanent part-time
position for minimum of two year commitment.
Steady income, set own hours, work at home.
Looking for someone with strong background in
Asian Studies. Send resume to P.O. Box435303,
Detroit, MI 48235. 40H 1110
DISABLED WOMAN WRITER urgently needs
strong dependable woman to aid with nitty gritty of
life - meals, personal care. Very part-time. 662-2734.
38H1108
SER V C S
TYPING SERVICE $1.50 per page, IBM Selectric,
Pick-up/delivery available. Call Sally Abbott, 663-
7253. 29J111t
BALLOONS BOUQUETS delivered by Tuxedo-clad
messengers. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-1972.
cJtc
WORD PROCESSING by SANDI. Fast, accurate,'
reasonable. Papers, briefs, letters, theses, disser-
tations. Call 426-5217. cJtc

LISA M. BIBB- It's no fib! You have here
waiting two free tickets to the State Theatre. Come to
the Daily to pick them up dK1105
CARS.
'75 PONT. GRANVILLE BRHM. Excellent Con-
dition. All options MUST SELL. Price Negotiable.
Call 663-7904 persistently. dNlllO
IT'S YOUR MASCOT - and the name of a car made
by REO. For 5,500, you can own a 1927, 2 door, 5
passenger Wolverine. The car is on display at the
OLDS-REO Museum in Lansing or call Fritz
evenings. (312) 864-3006. 09N1118
1975 DODGE ROYAL MONACO, runs well, body in
good condition, differential needs work, $750/offer.
Call Bob D. 995-2183. dN1105
THANKSGIVING
New York
$189-$259, Wednesday to Sunday. Limited space,
book now. Call Great Places Travel Consultants, 208
E. Washington 769-1776. cPtc
U OF M FOOTBALL
TICKETS
Best deals in town! Buy, sell, trade.
Call 769-1609 NOW !
cQ1118
WANTED - OSU Football Tix 973-6328. cQtc
A-1 TICKET SERVICE - All Michigan Football,
Area Concerts, More Buy/Sell/Trade. 994-0145. cQ1120
WANTED

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CAMPUS LOCATION?
MCKINLEY HAS IT!
FOR THE BEST APARTMENTS
., AND HOUSES IN TOWN
COME IN TODAY!
apartments 2 bedrooms
<Whole houses 3-4 bedrooms
"y -)REDUCED RATES'
AVAILABLE NOW
MCKINLEY
PROPERTIES
769-8520 EXT. 241.
MON - FRI 8:30-5:30; SAT 10-2
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THE F-STOP
WORKSHOPS
'eginning the week of November 7; alternative
:kocesses, studio lighting, basic photo, nature photo.
Free holiday photo workshop Saturday, November 5.
-.Call 663-7867 to register. 31D1110

FINANCIAL AID
Our service locates private aid sources that match
YOUR qualifications and goals. Graduate Students
Program now available. Call for free brochure.
Scholarship Research Services 668-8060
cJtc
ACCURACY INK.
Editing/word processing
Papers, articles, reports
971-4139 cJtc
WORD PROCESSING
Ideal for resume/multiple cover letters, theses,
reasonable rates call 663-7158 cJtc
$1.25 PER PAGE
WORD PROCESSING
PAPERS, THESES, DISSERTATIONS
Done Quickly, Accurately, Inexpensively
Ask about our editing services.
QUICK QUILL 665-6157 80J0109
TYPING_
Papers, Resumes, all typing jobs, word processing.
Reasonable! 662-0072. cJtc
RESUMES/COVER LETTERS
Prepared-Typed or Wordprocessed
Reasonable Rates
Career Dimensions 761-2458

U of M Football Tickets 663-8821

CQi118

BIBLE NOTES
The book of Acts and the epistles of Paul show us the church in motion.
The early believers were characterized not just by who they were, but also by'
what they did. Acts 2:42 succinctly outlines their activities.
And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine, and fellowship, and in
breaking of bread, and prayers.
The first activity of the early believers was to busy themselves with the
apostles' doctrine. Three things will be true of us, if we seek to follow their ex-
ample.
First, we will be occupied with doctrine, or teaching. The people described
in Acts 2:42 had entered the church by "gladly receiv[ing]' Peter's sermon
(2:41), which described the historical death and resurrection of Jesus of Naz-
areth, and identified Him as the Messiah promised in the Hebrew scriptures, and
as King David's Lord. Such teaching is characterized not by vague abstractions
and subjectivism, but by references- to real people, real events, and real
changes in the lives of those who hear.
Second, it is the APOSTLES' doctrine that we will pursue. Christ promised
His apostles shortly before His crucifixion that they would be channels for His
revelation (John 16:12-15). The apostles, in turn, were conscious that they
were delivering the word of God (for example, I Cor. 14:37; I Thess.. 2:13).
Many Christian voices today clamor to be heard. The apostolic teaching, pre-
served in the New Testament, commands our foremost attention.
Third, we will "Continue steadfastly" in this doctrine-busy ourselves
with it, devote ourselves to it. It is not on optional treat, but vital nourishment
for godly life Wewill pursue it hungrily, study itaggressively, and focus our en-
ergies on carrying out its commands.
BIBLE NOTES is a ministry of Washtenow independent Bible Church. For more
information call Von Parunak (996- 1384) or Dave Nelson (434-9734).

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ABSOLUTE TOP dollar paied for all U-M Football
Tickets - 973-6328. cQtc
UM FOOTBALL BUY-SELL665-5438 cQ1116
ABSOLUTE TICKET SERVICE: Buy-sell UM foot-
ball tickets. 764-6754. cQ1120
BUY OR SELL football tickets - Fair prices, call
persistently 665-4648. dQ1120
E-Z TICKET SERVICE - Buying & Selling U of M
Football Tickets. Call 769-1554 anytime.
cQtc
UM-OSU FOOTBALL TICKETS NEEDED, 20-50
yard line, $50 each.1-614-451-7536. 49Q1111
WANTED: FIVE TICKETS for Ohio St. game.
Preferably together. Call John 668-1561. dQ1106
[ROOMATES

SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST 25 hours a week, of-
fice experience required. Call 662-3149. 28H1105
MODELS NEEDED. No experience necessary.
Velvet Touch. 668-9755. Call between loam and 5Dm.
cHtc
"COME TO THE MOUNTAINS"
Top Brother/Sister camps in Poconos of Pen-
nsylvania - June 25 - August 21. Counsellor positions
available - Rocketry, arts and crafts, photography,
rock climbing, computer, wrestling, waterski,
sailing, land sports and drama. Call (215)224-2100 or
write 110A Benson-East, Jenkintown, PA 19046.
cR1118

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WASHINGTON INTERNSHIPS!!
We will match you with a Washington office. Winter
or summer term. Send resume to: Washington In-
tern Placement Service, P.O. Box 4375, Ann Arbor,
MI, 48104 15J1106

1 MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED, quiet and good
student. Call Mark Arens at 761-7565 or Modern
Management 668-6906. cYtc

TYPING/Editing/Writing 995-4084.

cJtc

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
@1983 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

WRITE ON ...
Editorial and typing service
Freelapcewriting, research
996-0566
TEST PREPARATION COURSES
LSAT NOV 8- DEC 1
FEB7-MAR1
CALL REALM TUTORING
665-3579

NEED FEMALE TO share 2 bdrm. apartment 8 min.
from central campus. Jan-Aug. lease: $175/mo. plus
utilities. Call 665-0718. 10Y1106
RESPONSIBLE FEMALE NEEDS to find/share
nonsmoking house/apt. Prefer other "older," retur-
ned-to-grad-school professionals. 764-4056 to mid-
night. 52Y1112
USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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Marshy places
WWII group
One-celled animal
Nurse, in Benares
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16 Boxcars
17 Porter
18 Actor's goal
19 Loves not at all
20 Stand firm
23 AAA's concern
24 Formerly Chris-

51 Muse of history
52 Novelist Deighton
54 Hamburg's river
56 Exactly contrary:
Abbr.
57 Realize
61 Document
63 Prevaricator
64 Gothic arch
65 Prospect
66 Cobbler's concern
67 Fishing bird
68 Noblemen
69 Assenting sign
70 Figures
DOWN
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Cockchafer
A good quality
Milidam

21 House plant's
need
22 Recess
26 Parent of a nino
27 Romaine
28 Garfunkel
30 She loved Nar-
cissus
32 All - up
34 Thin: Prefix
36 Mon - ami
38 Driver's need
39 Course
40 Detached
41 Additionally
42 Independence

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Prefix with sect
Fountain treat
Cover

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29 Pet name for a
famed Egyptian
31 Pursue
33 City south of
Moscow
35 Hid
37 Tell a white lie
43 Type of cactus
44 Slaughter
45 Montezuma, for
one
47 Creator of Perry
and Della
50 Olla

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Melville novel
Horse on the
move
Casts aside
Pop artist Andy
Succulent, plant
Point out
Wimbledon
champ, in 1975
A Farrow
Bit players

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man's monogram
Camel's relative
Fastening device
Stared rudely
Extension
Spinney
Elusive ones
Flora and fauna
Messrs., in Cadiz
Angel's symbol
Drove
Low honor cards
Photog.'s abbr.

Impress a Date
University Limousine
455-5858
cJ1105
LISA SASAKI - You are a winner! Two
tickets to the State Theatre are waiting at the Daily
for you. Come and get them! dJ 1103
Aftergame Party
University Limousine
455-5858
cJ1106
Detroit Dining
Rent
University Limousine
455-5858
High Quality
Xerox and Offset
'Fast and Friendly"
Copyquick
1217 S. Univ. 769-0560 cite
IMPRESS A DATE
RENT
University Limousine
455-5858
cite
TYPING, IBM WORD PROCESSING,
PROFESSIONAL. ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle, 971-9320
cJtc
f CELLANE.u"
BATHTUB REGLAZING - 994-5439. 90M1126
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
SLSUIP S C A MIPIS A H A

SSI TUATIONS

GRACE PHONO CARTRIDGES F9E $130.00 F9E
RUBY $180.00, AR Turntable $100.00, 668-1952. 42X1108
MUSICIANS
FOR SOUNDSTAGE
Acoustic/Electric Bands or Soloists of all types
needed to play on Thursdays in U-Club. Call 763-1107
to arrange an audition on Nov. 3 or Nov. 5. c32X1115

KURT A. WOLF- Guess what? You and
a friend can go to the movies at State Theatre for free
if you just come to the Daily to pick them up.
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3 WINNERS EVERY DAY!

If You Find Your Name in Today's Michigan Daily
Classified Page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
To Any One Of
STATE 1-2-34
MIDNIGHT MOVIES
If your name appears, come to the Daily during our business
hours (9 a.m..-5 p.m.) 420 Maynard, within 48 hours.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Office of Nuclear Energy
1984 HEALTH PHYSICS FELLOWSHIPS
Nuclear Science and Engineering and Health Physics Fellowships
Fellowships are offered by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for graduate study in health
physics. The program seeks to encourage qualified undergraduates in engineering, physical
sciences, life sciences, engineering sciences, and mathematics to pursue graduate study at partic-
ipating universities in nuclear fission energy technologies related to health physics. Fellowship
stipends are $12,000 for a 12-month appointment. In addition, tuition and other required fees
are paid in full.
The program includes a practicum at a participating research center. The practicum is designed
to give the fellows on-site experience with DOE fission research activities. Graduate Record
Examination (GRE) general (aptitude) test scores are required for application. Applications for
fellowships beginning September 1, 1984, must be received in the Oak Ridge Associated Univer-
sities' University Programs Division office at the address below by January 30, 1984, 4:30 p.m.
Information and application forms may be requested from
Nuclear Science and Engineering

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