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LOST: Tank watch, Quartz Nastrix, black band, gold
rim, white face. Lost on Jan. 9, between engineering
arch and diag. LARGE REWARD. If found, please
call Leslie at 769-3227 dA0122
TYPEWRITER - Manual Royal, very good con-
dition $45. Leave message 665-2189. 45B0124
MUST SELL! Vic Tanny VIP lifetime membership
less than half price! Call now! Carol 995-1093 after
5 25BO118
FOR RENT - 6 bedroom, furnished house,
renovated,' carpeted, laundry. May or September.
5724215. 40Co217
3 BEDROOM, 4 person furnished apartment. Car-
peted; laundry, parking, fireplace. September. 572-
1215. 41C0217
CAMPUS PRIVATE ROOM in 6 bedroom house. 2
baths, living room, dining room. Kitchen, den, laun-
dry. No pets. Available now, 4 months lease. 663-5861.
cC0119
BEAUTIFUL campus home. 6 bedrooms, 2 baths,
living & dining rooms, kitchet laundry, no pets. 663-
5861. cctc
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
NO VACANCIES
THANK YOU!
CCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '84
Listings now available for efficiencies, 1-6 bedroom
apts., and whole houses.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
1335 S. University
"Across from the MudBowl"
665-8825
M-F 8:45-5:15
Sat 11:00-3:00
cCtc
CAMPUS LOCATION?
MCKINLEY HAS IT!
FOR THE BEST APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES IN TOWN
COME IN TODAY!
*rooms
" efficiencies
" 1 bedroom apartments
WINTER LISTING
AVAILABLE NOW
MCKINLEY
PROPERTIES
769-8520 ext. 241

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5 AND 6
BEDROOM
DAVID M.
COP'
Furnished. Year Leases. No pets. May and Sept. Call
663-5609. cCtc
FURNISHED EFFICIENCIES
1,2,3,4,5, and 6 bedroom apts. and houses for May and
September. Year leases. No pets. 663-5609. cCtc
526 PACKARD
Large two bedroom apartment near Business/Law
School/Diag. Call Modern Management 668-6906 or
663-3641. 43C0120
ROOM IN Bag-End Co-op on North Campus. $245, in-
cludes food, utilities, laundry, other extras. Zack at
ICC 662-4414. 74C0121
ROOM IN PROFESSOR'S Burns Park House, con-
venient bus shopping. $200, includes utilities. 761-
1554. 10C0119
PACKARD AND PLATT --3 bedroom house, com-
pletely furnished, available till May 1. $600. 483-1661,
9-5, Mon-Fri. 13C0117
PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE on S. Forest (near
Univ. Towers). Call665-8825. Campus Rentals.
cC0118
Houses for May
Campus Locations. Large furnished, carpeted,
remodeled houses. Laundries and fireplaces. No
pets. 769-1534. 17C0117
911 S. FOREST - Comfortable one and two
bedrooms, furnished, near Hill. Call MWTH 10-4 pm
769-6478. 28C0119
HOUSE FOR 1 year lease available May 1.
Redecorated, winterized. 5 bedrooms for group of 6.
Living and dining rooms, kitchen, dry basement,
laundry, parking. Private owner, 528 Walnut.
$1000/mo. plus bills. 971-0718. 37C0122
3 PARKING SPACES available for rent. Great
location; close to campus. Call 668-6191 immediately
to obtain a space dC0122
ATTRACTIVE 7 room house on campus. 3 large
bedrooms. May-May.$700.769-3078. cCtc
PRIME CAMPUS
LOCATION
* OAKLAND
* KERRYTOWN
" W. MADISON
" PACKARD
" BENJAMIN
ROOMS, 1-2 BEDROOMS
AVAILABLE NOW
FURNISHED, UNFURNISHED
MODERN
MANAGEMENT

UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
Phone 761-2680
cCtc
HOUSE FOR RENT. .30 Dewey St. Furnished for 5.
Two baths, washer and dryer. Available May 1. Year
lease $1,000 monthly plus utilities. 769-6683 evenings
and weekends. 24C0124
ROOMS AVAILABLE
Live in comfortable residential-area fraternity; $300
per mo.; includes all food, laundry, utilities. Call 761-
6420. 95C0125
ROOM AND BOARD IN friendly student Co-ops:
Home cooked meals, utilities, free laundry in-
cluded at reasonable rates. Winter term contracts
available now! Applications taken for Fall. Call or
stop by ICC office,;4002 Michigan Union. 662-4414.'
cCtc
ROOM IN PROFESSOR'S Burns Park House, con-
venient bus shopping. $200, includes utilities. 761-
1554. 10C0119
GRAHAM NASH - Enjoy a movie at the State
Theatre with the 2 tickets that you've won. Come
and get 'em at the Daily. dC0117
CAMPUS - 4 Bedroom, two bath, two kitchen,
$800/mo. 668-1944,665-4764. 35C0120
$100/mo.! ! Female nonsmoking subleaser needed for
newly furnished and carpeted 2 bedroom apt. on
Medical campus. Laundry facilities and parking in-
cluded Great roommates! Jan. - May. Call Carol 769-
1313 before 5 or 995-1093 after 5. 26U0118
CLOSE TO CAMPUS, neat one bedroom apartment,
includes heat and water, good parking and laundry
facilities, 994-4683. 65U0120
RUNS GOOD, no rust, thanks to special student
vitamin formula from the Village Apothecary.
cF0117
PERSONAL LIVES
The goon in black was everywhere, stalking Dave
from class to class and lurking about his dorm. He
received incessant phone calls from a man whose
eerie voice chortled, Heh, heh, heh!" Dave was
not a happy man. dF01l7
FOLGU J. NAG - Stop complaining and get some
use out of the 2 free tickets to the State Theatre that
you've won from the Daily. dF0117
PROJECT COMMUNITY is offering a program
this winter term for people interested in com-
munity oriented work at HURON VALLEY MEN'S
FACILITY. People with a background in art,
music, the social sciences and foreign languages
are desperately needed. If you are interested,
please come by 2205 Michigan Union to make an
appointment to see Michael Shaw for an interview,
or call 763-3548 between 8-5 Monday thru Friday.
Two credits are available. 31F0120 ~
ABORTION INFO-Lifespan Resource Library.
Call 769-0625 10-12 or 1-3 M-W-F. cFtc
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR-Swimwear,
bodywear, footwear. Factory closeouts, 419 E.
Liberty, 2 blocks off State Street. cFtc

A PROUD TRADITION Continues... Rush Delta Tau
Delta, 1928 Geddes. dF0118
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Our lifetime
guarantee is good across America. Call 769-5913 for

BABYSITTER NEEDED Monday, Wednesday,
Friday from 8 to 12 a.m. Call 662-4276 anytime.
7500121

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High Quality
Xerox and Offset

Ann Arbor Muffler's best price over the phone. Only "F
2milesfrom campus. cFtc Fast and Friendly"
FREE DELIVERYon the best
sicilian food in town. 995-1822. 78F0212 -
U-M Spring Break
I' .. . Flights to New York 1217 S. Univ.769-0560

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MICHIGAN STUDENT ASSEMBLY needs a general
office work study for 10 hours per week. Apply at 3909
Michigan Union or call 763-3241. 20H0116

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DO YOU HAVE pimples or acne? Volunteers needed
to participate in research study to test new treat-
ment for facial acne. If you have 20 pimples or more,
call U-M Dept. of Dermatology 763-5519. $75 paid at
the completion of study. 44H0119
BABYSITTER NEEDED - North Campus. Tuesday
afternoons. References. Pay negotiable. 996-4236.
29H0117
WANTED: Success-oriented, self-motivated in-
dividual to work 2-4 hours per week placing and
filling posters on campus. Earn $500-plus each school
year. 1-800-243-6679. 32H0127
Campus Information Center
Job Openings.
CIC has openings on its students staff for the 1984-85
academic year. Some positions start Spring/Sum-
mer. We are looking for sophomores and upper class
students who know about U-M and who want to help
others know more. Applications are available at the
CIC desk in the Michigan Union, or call 763-INFO for
more details. Applications accepted until February
17. 05H0207
BUSBOYS NEEDED to work sorority kitchen.
Please call 769-3816. 21H0112
21H0119
FEDERAL, STATE & Civil Service Jobs available.
Call 1-(619? 569-8304 for info. 11H0131
STUDENT TO OVERSEE 2 boys, ages 9 and 10, after
school, weekdays. Transportation required.
Generous pay. Call 769-3708 weekends or evenings.
36H0121
2 BUSBOYS NEEDED at sorority. One for all
meals, one for lunches only. Call 761-1220. 47H0122
GREGORY P. NELSON - Ah, yes...Ozzie's boy!
Come on down to the Daily and pick up your win-
nings - two free tickets to the State Theatre.
dH0117
SARA E. MOSS -Take a break from studying and
see a movie at the State Theatre! Pick up your 2
free tickets at the Daily office. dH0117
STUDENTS: We need YOU at Project Start-
Focus. We offer our volunteers Academic Credit.
Call Project Community for more information. 763-
3548. 01H0118
KIDS
Are you between 12-16 years old, have lots of energy
and are polite? Also, would you like your own
spending money? If so, The Michigan Daily is look-
ing for morning carriers to deliver newspapers.
Just call 764-0558 to apply. dHtc
MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATION - UM Tae
Kwon Do Club Wed. Jan. 18 7-8pm Martial Arts Room
CCRB. 44M0118
BANJO LESSONS - Make your own kind of music!
All levels. Gary 428-9590. 27M0115

Round trip fares $139
Call Great Places Travel 769-1776
cP0121
ABSOLUTE TICKET SERVICE is buying all Blue
tier U-M season basketball tickets, 764-6754. cQtc
E-Z TICKET SERVICE - Michigan basketball, all
concerts, all events. Call 769-1554.
cQtc

cJtc
WORD PROCESSING
Ideal for resume/multiple cover letters, theses,
reasonable rates. Call 663-7158. Jtc
TYPING
Papers, Resumes, all typing jobs, word processing..
Reasonable! 662-0072. cJtc
RESUMES/COVER LETTERS/GRAD APPLICATION,
Professional Preparation
Career Dimensions 761-245
cite
TYPING - Fast turn around-term papers, dissei"'
tations, resumes, repetitive letters, 662-4530. cJt(,

I USIN ESS-
_SSERVICES
REALM'S LSAT PREP COURSE
Feb. 7 - March1
Reasonable rates 665-3579
12J0204
Accurate, fast, reasonable papers, briefs, letters,
ACCURACY INK.
Editing/word processing
Papers, articles, reports
971-4139.
cJtc
TYPING, IBM WORD PROCESSING,
PROFESSIONAL. ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle. 971-9320
cJtc
YOUNGGAP YOU - Don't be blue. Come to the
Daily and you will see... .tickets to the State
Theatre: two of them, free! kdJsl 7
Write On...
Writing, editing, typing. 996-0566. cJtc
Typing/Editing/Writing 995-4084 cJtc
TYPING - Allkinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJtc
TYPING AND WORDPROCESSING by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable papers, briefs, Letters,
thesis, dissertations. 426-5217. cJtc
SCHOLARSHIP RESEARCH SEKVickES
Financial Aid search for undergrad & grad students.
For a free consultation call 668-8060. cJtc

BALLOONS BOUQUETS delivered by Tuxedo-clad
messengers. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-2972.4 +
cJtc
FINANCIAL AID
Our service locates private aid sources. that match
YOUR qualifications and goals. Graduate Studfptf
Program now available. Call for free brochure.
Scholarship Research Services 668-8060
dJtc
LIBERAL ARTS
MAJORS...
You're Needed
All Overthe,
World.
Ask Peace Corps volunteers why
their ingenuity and flexibility are
as vital as their degrees. They'll
tell you they ore helping the
world's poorest peoples attain
self sufficiency in the oreas of food
production, energy conservation,
education, economic develop-
ment and health services. And
they'll tell you about the rewords
of hands on career experience
overseas. They'll tell you it's the
toughestjobyou'll ever love.,

PEACE CORPS

668-6906

663-3641

cCtc
RENT/LEASE 2 bedrooms in Willowtree Apar-
tments. 3 mins. from schools - Architecture, Art,
Music. Close to campus and city bus. 662-0086.
30C0119

MON-FRI 8:30 - 5:30; SAT 10-2

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©1984 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Man of-all-trades
5 In the future
10 Liveliness
14 Bator,
Mongolia
15 White poplar
16 Official records
17 Traditional
knowledge
18 Hoofer of
a sort
20 Borrower's
concern
22 "Murder on the
- Express"
23 In the past
24 Baseball bat
material
25- Cosmetic
ingredient
26 Leave out
28 Answering
machine item
32 Divided into
districts
.34 " is the
kingdom and
the power..."
36 AFL-CIO affiliate
37 Freeway feature
38 Treatise
39 Ending with major
40 Thing, in law
41 Reason for a
clean-up
42 Wild plums
1 2 3.Z4

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45
46
471
481
51
54
56

Kingston's lake
Acronym of WWII
Rolls of dough
Fiver
Diamond stat.
Fashion
Behindhand
City in NE
New Jersey

12 Arm for a

58 To -

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21
25
27
29
30
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32
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34
35

Tommy
Piquant
Stood
Fridge foray
Vestment
Hail-fellow-
well--
Tyrannical
Turnstile's
relative
Ranch animals
Low mark
Farm animals
Some musical
groups
Inept actor

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59 Yearn
60 Rich cake
61 Grace Bumbry,
e.g.
62 Son of the soil
63 Church council
64 Desserts
DOWN
1 TV's Child
2 Beside
3 Hank Ketcham,
for one
4 Place for
"Sonny Boy"
of song
5 Up-to-the-
minute
6 Disconcert
7 Subject
8 New Haven
student
9 Fragrant
10 Buffoons
11 Behold: Lat.

38 Three-pronged
spears
39 High note of
old
41 Jar
42 Declined
44 Rouse
45 Baleful
47 Ipso-
49 Judicial writ
50 Notions
51 Fellow
52 Track event
53 Reverberate
54 Place for a
hoedown
55 Usually dry
stream in
North Africa
57 Sauce in a wok

ENCORE - live music; all occasions. Call Tony 434-
5235. dF0217
HIGH QUALITY COPIES: 3e ACCU-COPY, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cFtc
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. (10-5 M-F, 10-iSat.) cFtc
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