Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 27, 1984
MARANTZ RECEIVER 100w/channel. Dolby
am/fm Model 2325. Absolutely perfect. $250 o.n.o.
ph. 663-7715. 28B1201
VIDEO CAMERA - Like new. Panasonic model
WV3230-AF with hard case. 313-231-2543. 64B1128
SMITH CORONA TYPEWRITER - Coronamatic
2200, Excellent Cond. - New Platen. $120. 996-
FOR SALE: Accuphase E-202 Int. AMP 100 w/ch.
$400. OHM I Spkrs. Like new, $850. Call 662-1299.
GREGORY POLEN-Hop off of your pole and over
to the Daily to pick up two free tickets to the State
GOV'T SURPLUS cars & trucks under $100. Now
available in your area. Call 1-(619)-569-0241. 24 hrs.
!S IT TRUE that you can -buy jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. Government? Get the facts today! Call 1-
USED TIRES $10 & up, mounted. Passenger, pickup,
light truck, odd sizes. Largest supply in area.
Wheels, $5 & up/973-1693. cBtc
TERRIFIC CAMPUS apartments now leasing for
January. Room, efficiency, 1 and 2 bedrooms, and
whole house. Call 769-8520 ext. 241. 18C0110
SUBLET WINTER TERM - Plush single room in
house for male. Hill St. location $195/mo. all utilities
incl. Kosher kitchen avail. Call 769-1818 or 763-9479
ROOMS AVAILABLE in large all-male house.
Reasonable rates; all utilities included. Board,
parking, laundry available. Convenient location.
Call Rick at 995-5374, 24C1212
ONE BEDROOM apartment available Jan 1. Fur-
nished with working fireplace. 769-5971. 25C124
ROOM AND BOARD IN CO-OPS available now.
Contracts through May 5. ICC 4002 Michigan Union.
FEMALE SUBLET: Share room in 3 story home 1
block from Frieze Bldg. on E. Ann St. Two
bathrooms, 3 phones, convenient. Call Mindy at 761-
6898 or 995-0849. 12C1129
STORE SPACE ON SOUTH UNIVERSIT !-CALL
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
NEEDED: one sensitive, charming individual
willing to "throw down" and "gig like a pig" in
Toronto (December 1-2). All expenses paid.
Females only need apply. Call Ken Mo at 996-3581.
JULIE SHULMAN-Bee-Bop over to the Daily to pick
up two free tickets for the State Theatre. dF1127
DELILAH-Maybe a natural bristle brush will help.
Pick one up for me at the Village Apothecary-Sam-
JOHN-Pick up some German wine, on special at the
Village Apothecary this week-Gloria. cFtc
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. cF tc
STOLEN: 1 SCULPTURE FROM 815 E. KINGSLEY
ON THE LAWN. YES, I WANT IT BACK! WILLING
TO GIVE REWARD, NO QUESTIONS. CALL 662-
5855 OR 761-4145 AND ASK FOR KAREN. 2F 1129
COME LOOK at the catalogue! Over 200 MAC-
INTOSH SOFTWARE programs at Armstrong Soft-
ware. 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 332 S. State. Call 9960001.
This $2.00 classified will
reach 4,000 people. Call
SMCI RELAXATION seminar tm has over 1 million
graduates who have been helped in managing stress,
tension, and fatigue which often accompany studying
for exams. Experience it Fri., Nov. 23, 1 p.m. or
Thurs. Nov. 29, 7 p.m., Kerrytown Concert house 769-
2999. Reservations limited. 03F1127
HAVE YOU SEEN GREEN PAGES??
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP FOR MEN
AND WOMEN OF ALL AGES. November 30-
December 2. $35.00 registration plus $125.00
professional services fee-generous scholarships
available. Bob Blood PhD, Margaret Blood M.A. 769-
THE NICEST X-MAS gift for your loved ones, a
portrait from Van Dyck Dobos Studios. 407 E. Wil-
liam. Appt. necessary, 663-6966. 10% discount with
this ad. 03F1201
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR-Swimwear,
bodywear, footwear. Factory closeout. 419 E. Liber-
ty, 2 blocks off State Street. cFtc
STUDENTS - HELP PIRGIM continue its 12 yr.
history of environmental protection, consumer ad-
vocacy and utility reform. Fundraisers needed, 2-10
p.m., 662-0025. cGtc
LESBIAN Women-Graduate students, staff, and
working women of the community-a new group for
lesbians is forming. For more information call Kriss
or Laura at the Lesbian Advocate Office. 763-186.
NEEDED: Normal/Weight, college age males as
subjects for a taste experiment. Must be non-
smokers. One visit, approx. 1 hour, pay $4.00/hr.
Department of Human Nutrition, SPH. Contact Ken
Marcy or Dr. Adam Drewnowski at 764-3277. 19G1129
For reproductive health care services,
sexuality education, sterilization, abortion,
pre-marital exams, pregnancy options counseling.
912 N. MAIN, A2 996-4000
567 N. HEWITT, YPSI. 434-9300
STEPHEN MISCH-Don't miss this! Two tickets for
the State theatre await you at the Daily. dH1127
BULIMIC WOMEN needed to participate in 1 hr.
research study. Confidentiality protected. Feed-
back available. Lynne 663-5889.
HEAD WAITER needed 2nd semester. Small salary
and meals. Call 662-5880 or 663-1998. 27H1211
RACKHAM STUDENT in college work-study
program. $6.60 per hr. 10 hrs./wk. Prof. Slvens.
764-9376, 665-6663. 3H1127
HAND SNOW SHOVELER
Dependable, energeticvperson needed for approx. 2
hrs. work following every snowfall of 1/4 inch or
more; within local shopping districts; no transpor-
tation necessary; flexible schedule required.
Average 30-35 times per winter; wage $25 per time.
Call 663-0313. 04H1129
FEDERAL, State, & Civil Service Jobs available.
Call 1-(619)-569-8304 for info. 24 hrs. 16H1201
COLORADO Ski I odge needs staff. Room, board, lift
pass, small salary. Call 1-303-726-8417. Woodspur
Lodge, Box 249, Winter Park, CO 80482. 09H1129
WOMAN NEEDED TO ASSIST PSYCHOLOGIST
AND PATIENT IN THERAPY. P.O. BOX 1774,
Dearborn, MI 48121. 21H1202
STUDENTS NEEDED to deliver packages in their
dorms. We give you the package, tell you who gets
them, and you deliver. You receive $.35 per
package; Many packages means Big Bux! For
details, call 763-2822 anytime (except sleeping
hours). Ask for Robert. 22H1202
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists, stewar-
desses, and ground crew positions available. Call 1-
(619)-569-6315 for details. 24 hrs. 17H1201
LOOKING FOR A JOB where you can keep your
ideas intact, earn good money and academic credit
at the same time? Call Michigan Citizen's Lobby at
663-6824, between 12-5 p.m. for an interview. cHtc
LOOKING FOR part time work? Phone marketing
reps wanted. 3 shifts available, must have pleasant
phone voice. FOR INFO CALL 1-348-0990. 08H1123
SINGING MESSENGERS: Balloon deliveries. Must
have own car. Call Say It With Balloons, 995-1972.
* THESES "DISSERTATIONS "RESUMES
LET'S PARTY. Send $4.95 for the "Unofficial
College Guide to Party Games" to:
P.O. Box 571052
Houston, Tx 77257-1052
Flights $350 and Hotel
Call 769-1776 immediately. Great Places Travel. 208
E. Washington. cPtc
WANTED: 2 season blue section basketball tickets.
Call Norm 1-256-7525 M-F 9-5. 14Q1129
WANTED - UM basketball tickets. Blue tier only.
PAUL GAMBLE-You've won the gamble and won
two free tickets to the State Theatre. Pick them up at
the Daily. dQ1127
TYPING/WORDPROCESSING - Professional -
Fast turn around: term papers, dissertations, resu-
mes, repetitive letters, 662-4530. cJtc
PASSPORT AND IM. PHOTOS --6.60 for two. Van
Dyck Studios. 407 E. William. 663-6966. 02J1201
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
TYPING - PAPERS, thesis, low rates. 662-9948.
BETTER TYPING - BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs, disser-
tations, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217. "I care."
ROBERT HILL-Climb up the hill and walk on over
to the Daily to pick up two free tickets for the State
WORD PROCESSING Papers, Reports, Thesis,
Resumes, Cover letters.
" Writing . Editing
" Typing " Graphics
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
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