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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 14, 1984

LOST & FOUND
LOST: Gold , signet, pinky ring. Reward. Call Maria
at 769-0823. 74A0915
FOR SALE
CFA Req. Scottish Fold and Cornish Rex kittens
available. Reasonable. Call Judy. 1-227-4891. 55BO916
HI FI BUYS: Top brands - excellent service. B & O,
Carver, Dual, DCM Time Windows, Genesis, McIn-
tosh, NAD, Nakamichi, Proton Video, Signet and
many more. We repair most major brands. 618 S.
Main between Hill & Madison. 769-4700. 35B0916
'72 250 MERCEDES, auto., p/s, p/b, air, new
Michelin tires - wood inlay dash, excellent con-
dition. $3995.00.973-6701. 30B0915
FOR SALE: 1 pr Polk Model 4 speakers, new $140.00.
DBX 222 $75.00.663-9779 aft. 5:00. 69B0916
$5.00 off OVERCOATS
With ad, Vintage Clothing 215 S. State Upstairs
77B1003
FIAT 127. 1979. Economical, front wheel drive. New
brakes, clutch, pressure plate, throughout bearing,
head and valves. Radials, AM/FM stereo. 95% high-
way miles. Call 662-0671 days, 1-227-1170 evenings.
$1300. 79B0919
LARGE GARAGE SALE. Accumulation of several
families. Household items, dishes, jars, baskets, golf
clubs, toys, clothing, jewelry, foot locker, trunks,
suitcases, copper boiler, some furniture. Friday-
Saturday-Sunday. Sept. 14-15-16. 9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M.
2362 Gale Rd. (Off Geddes Rd.) 47B0915
6 CU. FT DORM SIZE refrigerator for sale. Price
negotiable. Call 995-5061 eves. 26B0914
ANN ARBOR-ANTIQUES MARKET, 15th Anniver-
sary, 505Saline - Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 off I-94,
300 dealers, everything guaranteed 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
"Early Birds" welcome 5 a.m.!1! 72B0916
ONE BEDROOM available. Large house (7
bedrooms), 2 baths, fireplace, yard and parking. 5
minutes to Angell Hall. Female preferred. Call 761-
9124. 73B0916
IGOR POPOV: pop into the Daily and pick up two
free tickets to the State Theatre midnight movie.
dB0914
764-0558
764-0558

FOR RENT
GINA DE POMPEI: run over to the Daily and pick
up two free tickets to the State Theatre midnight
movie. dCo9l4
AVAILABLE PARKING SPACES on campus. Lot
entrance on S.University. 995-5454. 87CO918
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
Phone 761-2680.
cctc
ROOM & BOARD dental fraternity, 1502 Hill St. $1300
for semester, no lease. 761-6616. 37C0915
ROOMS FOR RENT:
3 Double-sized Rooms Available
Reasonable Rates
Triangle Fraternity 995-5374
1501 Washtenaw Ave. 16C0920
USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
PERSONAL
RUNS WELL, no Rust, thanks to special student
vitamin formula from the Village Apothecary. cFtc
Shabbat
at Chabad
TONIGHT, SEPTEMBER 14,8P.M.
Join us for a delicious homemade shabbat
dinner featuring guest speaker Rabbi
Y. Kagan, London, England, will speak on
Jewish Feminism
CHABAD HOUSE
715 Hill St. Dial 995-3276, No charge.
cF0914
PROFESSIONAL WOMAN seeks intelligent mod-
erately physically fit, white, professional male, 35-45
who enjoys movies, philosophizing, children and ap-
preciates the myriad of experiences that life has to
offer. Reply to Daily, Box No.7. 51F0911
WANTED: Single, white, professional male, 35-45,
who enjoys humming to classical music, watching
geese leave in the autumn sunset, the smell of a
campfire, the fresh insights of kids, and savoring
gourmet meals in candlelight after an active game of
racquetball. Reply to Daily Box No. 17. 5OF0911
GUINEVERE-Gave my shield to Village
Apothecary for a prescription-Lancelot. cFtc
FEET WANTED - Submissive, but attractive U-M
grad, 23, wishes to worship female feet and shoes.
Girls or women who might enjoy this, please write to
P.O. Box 281, Caro, MI 48723. 63F0914
JOHN - Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on con-
tact lens preparations at the Village Apothecary -
Lucifer. cFtc
LANCELOT - You left your blue shield at the
Village Apothecary - Guinevere cFtc
WANTED-Women who suffer from Bulimia (binge-
ing and purging on food) and/or Anorexia Nervosa
(relentless pursuit of thinness) to participate in an
anonymous research study to help contribute to a
better understanding of these disorders. Please call
Kathy at 996-0579. Thank you for your help and in-
terest. 59F1216

PERSONAL
GET INVOLVED
In your student government! Michigan Student
Assembly Informational meeting Thursday Sept. 20,
7:30 p.m. Kuenzal Room, Michigan Union.
66F0920
CLEO - 15% discount on acne preparations at the
Village Apothecary. Get your asp over there-Mark.
cFtc
WANTED: Persons to work in newly opened
restaurant, downtown Ann Arbor. Interviewing for
cooks, cashiers, kitchen helpers and maintenance
people. Salary plus incentives. Call 662-3598 Monday
for interview. Ask for Rose. 76H0914
WORK STUDY NEEDED: MSA needs a work study
to serve as Admin. asst. for the budget priorities
committee. Typing and acct. backgrounds a plus.
Get involved in student government and earn money.
Call Mark at 763-3241 or 764-4751 or stop by the MSA
office. 85H0919
TAKE CHILD at 7:45 a.m. and get her to Angell
School by 9:10 a.m. M-F. 764-5153 days, 971-2703
evenings. 90H0920
REFORM JEWISH HEBREW SCHOOL seeking
teacher for Wednesday afternoon sessions. Call 994-
4261 or 665-4744. 86H0918
BUSBOYS NEEDED
Lunchtime, Monday-Friday. Call 769-1972. 82H0916
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18. Own car helpful. Part-time, 1 or 2 nights
per week. Apply in person only after 4:30 p.m.
Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, across from
Couzens Hall. 81H0921
TRACY DRAKE: drag yourself to the Daily to pick
up two free tickets to the State Theatre midnight
movie. dHo914
PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST. On campus Real
Estate office. 995-5454 88H915
STUDENTS needed part-time, 2-10 p.m. & 75-100/wk.
work with the public fundraising for action on toxic
waste clean-up, consumer protection and other im-
portant issues. Contact Pirgim's Outreach Office 662-
0025. 42H0914
DAVID COMPEAU: don't walk, run to the Daily to
pick up your two free tickets to the State Theatre
midnight movie. dF0914
FESTIVAL 1984
UM's largest student organization information fair.
Friday, Sept. 14, 11-4 in the Diag. 67F0914
PART-TIME Short order cook. Two nights a week.
All football Saturdays. Some experience necessary.
Frasers Pub. 668-9588. 56H0918
CHALLLENGING JOBS for 2 strong reliable women
to help professional disabled woman with personal
care, meals. 662-2734. 52H0916
REFORM JEWISH Religious School seeking Jr.
High teacher of history and Bible for Sat. a.m.
program. Call 994-4261 or 665-4744. 60H0915
IMMEDIATE OPENING for daytime waitress. Full
or part time. Apply in person at Big 10 Restaurant,
640 Packard. 61H0914
WORK STUDY JOBS AVAILABLE IM-
MEDIATELY. Recycling and environmental library
positions. $5/hr. Ecology Center of Ann Arbor. Call
8761-3186. 62H09129
FLEXIBLE HRS., good pay, many positions doing
in-home childcare. 994-0749. 45H0915
LIKE TO GO to parties? Like to take photographs?
Why not do both and make money doing it? $4-$8/hr.
Experience not necessary. M-F 10-5. 994-3914.
49H0914
WANTED: Reliable person to pick up two children
from school and light housekeeping. Five afternoons
per week, either 2-5 P.M. or 3:30-6:30, $5/hr.
References required. Call 663-1614. Burns Park area.
44H0916
FREE HOME COOKED MEALS in exchange for one
hour of work at lunch and dinner. Sorority near S.U.
and Washtenaw. Call 761-1220. 46H0912
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists, stewar-
desses and ground crew positions available. Call 1-
619-569-6315 for details. 24 hrs. 48H0914
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER- time, 7-10/hr.
uppercass or grad student, work experience
preferred. 996-0684evenings and weekends. 38H0915
EE, OR PHYSICS major. Part time or full time. 665-
5788. 27H0914
MALE AND FEMALE dancers needed for local
Strip-T-Gram company. Call 994-6043 or 662-4401.
28H0914
PIZZA MAKERS, counter help, and pizza drivers,
must have own car. Experienced help only. Apply 4-
6, M-F at Pizza Express at Dooley's, 310 Maynard.
10H0914
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this fall. Located at
Hill and East University. Come over for a visit or call
764-2547 for more information. 19H0915
COLLEGE STUDENT Part Time Bookbindery
Assistant. 15-20 Hrs. per week. Apply in Person at
The Bessenger Bindery, 113 E. Ann St. Between 1-4
pm weekdays. 17H0914
VOLUNTEER READERS are needed by Disabled
StudenfServices for students who are blind visually
impaired or learning disabled. Call 763-3000 for more
information. 33H0915
PART-TIME JANITOR needed at Student.
Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard. Must be U-M
student. Apply to Ms. McGlothlin, 10:00 a.m.- 2 p.m.
weekdays. dHtc

LOVELY, LIVELY two year old boy needs child care
in my Burns Park home. Two afternoons per week.
Pays well. 994-5219. 68H0921
A CHILD-LOVING babysitter wanted to watch our 9
month old daughter in our home, 10-15 hrs a week.
Some evenings, mostly daytime hours. Pay well. 769-
4820. 65H0920
CLERICAL/SECRETARIAL skills needed. Earn
cash, bonuses and gifts. NORRELL TEMPORARY
SERVICES: 769-0205. EOE. 69H0915
WANTED: 1 steady babysitter for every Sat. night
(for infant). Call 973-1647. 75H0920
BUSPERSON needed in exchange for meals. Theta
Xi Fraternity. Call Ed at 761-7146. 41HO915

STUDENT
SERVICES
FESTIVAL1984
UM's largest student organization information fair.
Friday, Sept. 14, 11-4 in the Diag. 67G0914
BUSINESS
SERVICES
PERFECT TOUCH TYPING 761-8842
10% off.to new clients with ad. exp. 11/1. 07J1023
CARLOTTA GABARD: gravitate to the Daily and
pick up two free tickets to the State Theatre midnight
movie. dJ0914
RESUMES UNLIMITED
Typsetting at CopyQuick
401 E. Huron, AA 665-8973
89J0930
PERFECT TOUCH TYPING 761-8842
10% off to new clients with ad. exp. 11/1. 07J1023

BUSINESS
SERVICES
RESIDENTIAL COUPLES WORKSHOP
Sept. 21-23 for couples of any age or marital status.
$35 per person registration fee, plus $125 professional
services fee. Generous scholarships available. Bob
Blood Ph.D, Margaret Blood M.A. 769-0046. cJtc
BETTER TYPING - BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs, disser-
tations, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217 "I care."
cJtc
NMISCELLAN EOUS
FESTIFALL 1984
UM's largest student organization information fair.
Friday, Sept. 14, 11-4 in the Diag. 67M0914
GET INVOLVED
In your student government! Michigan Student.
Assembly Informational meeting Thursday Sept. 20,
7:30 p.m. Kuenzal Room, Michigan Union. 66M0920

MISCELLANEOUS
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Vintage clothes, jewelry, household items, furniture
and junque. Every weekend 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday,
10 a.m.-S p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 214 E.
Michigan at Park. Downtown Ypsilanti. (Dealers
welcome, 971-7676 weekdays, 487-5890 weekends)
cMtc
TICKETS
U OF MICH. Football Tickets. Aaron Buy-Sell. 665-
5438. 54Q0919
ROOMMATES
NON-SMOKING FEMALE to share cozy two
bedroom apt. Walk to campus/downtown in nice
quiet neighborhood. Yard. Prefer professional or
grad student. $200 includes all utilities 769-5607.
84Y0916

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spa
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10 Family member,
for short
14 Verse form
15 Italian wine city
16 Fix over
17 Saree wearer
18 Mideast land
19 Stravinsky ballet
score
20 Place for
spectators
22 Local theater,
for short (with
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weight
24 Confuses

49 A Dahl
51 Composer
Legrand
54 Refrain sylables
56 A grand
57 Concert hall need
63 Hit
64 Zwei's
predecessor
65 Fort Knox item
66 Surfeit
67 Learning method
68 River in Spain
and Portugal
69 Blue dye
70 Name in lights
71 Grand--,at
bridge

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hacienda..."
13 Ninth day before
Ides
21 Rails
25 Actress Merrill
26 Sutherland's title
27 Composer of
"Giselle"
28 Weather word
29 Garbo-Barrymore
film classic, 1932
31 Safecracker
34 Big Ben, for one
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In 190, Johann Hurlinger of Austria walked
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The longest one-day "massed start" race is the 551-620 km
(342-385 miles) Bordeaux-Paris event In 1981
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covering 584.5 km (3624 miles) in 13 hr 35 min. 18 sec.
AT&T long distance lets the good times roll for you, too
-with discounts of up to 60% every day.
Nobody can match AT&T for savings and service:
- 40% discounts evenings, 60% discounts nights and weekends.
. Immediate credit for incomplete calls and wrong numbers.
" Calls from anywhere to anywhere, anytime.
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