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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, December 1, 1984

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE: IBM Executive.typewriter. Good con-
dition. Call 764-4833 after 7 p.m. 58B1208
DESK for sale. $40.00. 995-1886. 47B1201
MARANTZ RECEIVER 100w/channel. Dolby
am/fm Model 2325. Absolutely perfect. $250 o.n.o.
ph. 663-7715. 28B1201?
FORRENT.
OUTSTANDING, on campus sublet. One bedroom
apt. from Jan. 1. Attractively furnished living room
-skylight! $300/mo. 665-2747. 57C1202
NANETTE GILLESPIE - Thank your lucky stars!
Two tickets for the State Theatre await you at the
Daily. dC1201
FEMALE SUBLET needed: own bedroom, share
apt. w/3 other girls. Rent very negotiable. Great
location. Available Dec. 15-May 4. Call Mara at 995-
1784. 48C1201
ROOM FOR RENT. Great Location on East Jeffer-
son. Large furnished room. Parking and laundry
facilities. $195/month. RENT NEGOTIABLE. Pets
allowed. Call 769-8275. 54C1206
COMPUTER BUSINESS PEOPLE. Share office
space on State Street. $75-$250. Call 996-0001. cCtc
2 BEDROOM APT. Available Jan. Corner of State &
Packard. $450.761-8473. 36C1205
ROOM IN APT. HOUSE. Near campus. $175 a
month. Utilities included. Tim, 769-9448. 33C1205
ONE BEDROOM apartment available Jan 1. Fur-
nished with working fireplace. 769-5971. 25C124
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments. 536S. Forest
Phone 761-2680
cCtc

FOR RENT
ROOMS AVAILABLE in large all-male house.
Reasonable rates; all utilities included. Board,
parking, laundry available. Convenient location.
Call Rick at 995-5374. 24C1212
ROOM AND BOARD IN CO-OPS available now.
Contracts through May 5. ICC 4002 Michigan Union.
662-4414. cC1212
TERRIFIC CAMPUS apartments now leasing for
January. Room, efficiency, 1 and 2 bedrooms, and
whole house. Call 769-8520 ext. 241. 18C0110

ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. cF tc
READ THIS.
This $2.00 classified will
reach 4,000 people. Call
764-0557.
Thank you.
dF1212

PERSONAL
STUDNT
SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! Unique X-mas cards on SERVICES
sale now, plus an interesting imported gift selection

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too. Museum Shop, Exhibit Museum of Natural
History. M-F 10-4:30, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5. 764-0480.
59F1202
CLEO - 15% discount on acne preparations at The
Village Apothecary. Get your asp over there.
-Mark.
cFtc
RODNEY GATES - Open the gate and head for the
Daily to pick up two free tickets for the State Thea-
tre. dF1201
HAVE YOU SEEN GREEN
PAGES?? cFtc
CAN WE WRITE ABOUT YOUR LIFE?
The Michigan Ensian is looking for interesting
features to run in the 1985 yearbook. If you have an
interesting story to tell, please call us at 764-9425.
dF1206
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

6 SOLUTIONS
TO YOUR PROBLEM
Use these numbers to call
the Michigan Daily

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FLYERS. Interested
in flying? Start with private pilot ground school.
Organizational meeting Wednesday, January 16 at
7:30 p.m. in 245 Dennsion. For enrollment informa-
tion now call 434-2958 or 662-4405 evenings and week-
ends. 55G1208
Internships-for the Winter Term 1985.
The International Appropriate Technology As-
sociation is offering internships in the following
areas: Journalism, Finance, Management, Library
Science, Computers, and Public Relations. Only 38
hrs. of participation over the course of the term. Ap-
ply now, applications due Dec. 7, for more informa-
tion come to the IATA office in Room 4202 of the
Michigan Union. 53G1204
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 Drenowski at 764-3277. 56G1204
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. 763-4186.
26G1204
PLANNED
PARENTHOOD
For reproductive health care services, sexuality
education, sterilization, abortion, pre-marital
exams, pregnancy options counseling.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF MICHIGAN
3100 Professional Drive 973-0710
cGtc
HELP"WANTED
FEDERAL, State, & Civil Service Jobs available.
Call 1-(619)-569-8304 for info. 24 hrs. 16H1201
MICHAEL MANTHO - Man 'o Man! Are you ever
lucky! Two tickets for the State Theatre await you
at the Daily. dH1201
DRIVE A CAR back from Holiday Bowl. No charge-
You pay gas. Make reservation. Call toll free 1-800-
621-0338. 44111211
FREEROOM AND BOARD for non-smoking female
in exchange for child care 2-3 hrs./day. Early A.M.,
late afternoon, faculty family. Call after 6:30 p.m.
426-8755. 51H1207
YACHT OWNERS seek reliable young man/woman
to maintain Two (2) Yachts in Bahamas Jan.-April.
Mail Resume to: 24610 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, MI
48124 52H1207
POSITION OPENING: Survey Coordinator begin-
ning January 1985. Call Rackham student gover-
nment, 763-5271. 50H1207
WANT TO FURTHER
YOUR BUSINESS
CAREER?
The Michigan Daily is now accepting applications for
Classified Advertising Manager. Must be respon-
sible, enthusiastic and able to devote 20 hours per
week. Relevant training or experience preferred.
Stop by the Daily for an application and a job
description, 420 Maynard St. Student Publications
Building. d111212
EE OR PHYSICS major needed to work in elec-
tronics shop. 761-7833. 49H1206
SINGING MESSENGERS: Balloon deliveries. Must
have own car. Call Say It With Balloons, 995-1972.
cHtc

HELP WANTED
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
HEAD WAITER needed 2nd semester. Small salary
and meals. Call 662-5880 or 663-1998. 27H1211
TEN WAITERS, ONE CLEANUP MAN WORK.
TIME APPROX. 1 HOUR FOR MEALS AT A-1
SORORITY. 663-8785. 39H1202
INTERESTED IN
ADVERTISING & SALES
EXPERIENCE?
Be a sales representative at The Michigan Daily
and earn great experience and commissions. Contact
Debbie no later than 12/12. 764-0554. A great oppor-
tunity!! dH1212
BARTENDER/WAITRESS full or part-time. Apply
in person. Washtenaw Lanes and Lounge. 3400 Wash-
tenaw Ave., Ann Arbor. 34H1205
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS for Marketing Re-
search firm. Some typing skills required. Computer
terminal experience helpful. Part-time hours, day
and evening flexibility preferred. $3.50/hr. to start.
Must have own transportation. Call 973-9033, 10 a.m.-
8 p.m. any day. 42H1202
DO YOU NEED
MARKETING
EXPERIENCE?
The Michigan Daily is now hiring marketing
staff.
Enthusiasm and time necessary. Experience
not.
Stop by the Daily offices for an application and
job description. Deadline Dec. 7.
dH1205
N E.LNF4OUS
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Vintage clothes, jewelry, household items, furniture
and junque. Every weekend 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Friday,
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 214 E. Michi-
gan at Park. Downtown Ypsilanti. (Dealers Wel-
come 971-7676 weekdays, 487-5890 weekends).
cMtc

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.
58J1201
TYPING/WORDPROCESSING - Professional -
Fast turn around: term papers, dissertations, resu-
mes, repetitive letters, 662-4530. cJtc
BETTER TYPING = BETTER GRADES
TYPINGE WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs disser-
tations, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217. "I care.
cJtc
WORD PROCESSING Papers, Reports, Thesis,
Resumes, Cover letters.
Execu-TOPS 663-7158
COUPON
TYPING 665-0337
cJtc
Write on...
" Writing " Editing
SWTyping *"Graphics
Resumes *"Dissertations
996-0566
cJ0816
WORD PROCESSING/TYPING
Quality work. Fast Turnaround.
QUICK QUILL.
Call 665-6157.
41J1202
CURTIS CROSS - Cross the street to the Daily and
pick up two free tickets for the State Theatre. dJ1201
ALLTYPES
WORDPROCESSING/
TYPING
* THESES * DISSERTATIONS * RESUMES
971-9320,9-6 M-F
cJtc

DETROIT TO L.A. - $299
Pair of roundtrip air tickets. 996-5501. Travel dates
12/26 (dep.), 1/8/85 (rtn.). 43P1202
SPRING BREAK in Daytona Beach from $89, South
Padre from $78, Mustang Island/Port Aransas $119,
Steamboat Springs skiing from $79. HURRY "Break
From The Books" call Sunchase Tours toll free for
more info. 1-800-321-5911 or contact a Sunchase Rep
or your local Travel Agency TODAY? 32P1219
HOLIDAY BOWL
Flights $350
and Hotel
Call 769-1776 immediately. Great Places Travel. 208
E. Washington. cPtc

764-0558

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TICKETS

WANTED - UM basketball tickets. Blue tier only.
973-9582. cQtc
ERIC WOLF - Wolf down your dinner and head to
the Daily to pick up your two free tickets for the
State Theatre. dQ1201

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Billing . . ..
Circulation .
Classified . .
Display ....
News . . . **
Sports .... .

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764-0550
764-0558
764-0557
764-0554
764-0552
764-0562

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

LIBERAL ARTS MAJORS ...
Yfou re
Needed
All Over the
World.

ACROSS
Sacred beetle

1

7 South
American
vegetables
11 Oh boy!
14 Affe ed one
15 Impolite look
16 Eggs, to Cato
17 Melodious,
musically
speaking
18 Soviet sea
19 Range of
knowledge
20 Cool greeting
21 Fathom
24 Jeanne d'Arc,
i.e.
25 Overlie
26 Sicilian site
27 Go on -
(reduce)
29 Hassle
33 Bonus
37 Vascoda-
38 Dunneof the

2 French
landscapist
3 Byplay
4 Classic car
5 Out of: Ger.
6 Rich fabric
7 Ancient Celtic
script
8 Broadloom
9 Separated
10 Moon goddess
11 Roused
12 Warmer
13 Conjuror's rod
22 Deem
23 Problem, mod
style
25 Encumber
28 Plant disease
30 Cager
Archibald
31 Portend
32 Home feature
33 Back-fence
gossip
34 Dies -
35 Outlet
36 "Casablanca"
star
40 Memorable
British actor

41 Greek peak
44 Folklore
character
46 "- Fidelis"
47 More netlike
49 Glyceride
51 Like a
gymnast
52 Giving person

53 Theatrical
54 Relaxed
conversation
55 River near

56
57
62
63

Paris
Precise
Sea birds
Memorabilia
Attention getter

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
MANNA WELSH NBA
IDEAL ADIEU ERR
NEWSMONGERS _ AN
I LE ANTE BASTE
MARINES NAACP
P A N T IMIDN E
SR E S ROL E S S N IP
M EW A ID ED C A T TY
A SS E S SOR P H I
S AK ES PO0A C HE R
SUgTRgA SHO gT IRO
SP A N E WPOR T NE S
L 0N C LE AN EE R IE
E ND E ME RY L EO0N S

movies
39 Poetic
sundown
41 Mongolia

Ask one of
the 3 million
Americans
who've
survived
cancer,
if the money
spent on
research
is worth it.
We are
winning.

Ask Peace Corps volunteers why their ingenuity and flexibility
are as vital as their degrees. They'll tell you they are helping
the world's poorest peoples attain self sufficiency in the areao
food. production, energy conservation, education, economic

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42
43
45

Echoed
Buy unwisely
Four: Prefix

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47 Pumice and
obsidian
48 Vague
supposition

1 2 j3 A 5

-

50 Alphonso's
queen
51 Sales' pitches
54 Deign
58 "I've-
sixpence..."
59 Rush

LI GL
25 26
27 28 S
39 40 4

23
29 30 31 32
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development and health services. And they'll tell you about the
rewards of hands on career experience overseas. They'll tell you
it's the toughest job you'll ever love.

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