Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, December 9, 1984
MYLES MARKEY - You don't have to travel miles
to get your two free tickets to the State Theatre. Just
pick them up at the Daily. dB1209
V.W. RABBIT 1976 Perfect condition, $1200 or best
offer. Call Sunday, 761-8365. 93B1209
MOVING SALE - B&W TV 9" and dishes and cook-
ware, sewing machine. Call Sunday, 761-8365.
FOR SALE: IBM Executive typewriter. Good con-
dition. Call 764-4833 after 7 p.m. 58B1209
GOV'T SURPLUS Cars & Trucks under $100. Now
available in your area. Call 1-(619)-569-0241, Ext.
1137-A. 24 hrs. 96B1204
FOR SALE: Audi Fox 875 in very good condition.
AM/FM, front wheel drive, new brakes and muffler.
Assorted other parts, some body rust. $700 or best of-,
fer. Call 769-2930 AMS, persistently. 81B1209
ROOM for non-smoking student (older grad pref)
in clean, quiet house near West Park. $160/mo.
inc. util 761-5768 eves. 92C1212
BAITS Single for Female available for Winter
Term. Privacy and a great view of beautiful North
Campus. Call Susannah at 763-1634 evenings or 996-
2880 days. 89C1211
LOFT overlooking diag; kitchen privileges, no
nicotine. Reasonable rent. 665-9358 or 761-6483.91C129
ROOM AVAILABLE for 1 or 2 people in large 2
bedroom apt. Fantastic location, $165/mo. for double
(negotiable). 662-4073. 90C1212
ROOM AND BOARD in Medical Fraternity. Avail-
able Jan. 1, $205/month. Includes everything. Call
Steve A. at 761-6515. 73C1212
ROOM AND BOARD IN CO-OPS available now.
Contracts through May 5. ICC 4002 Michigan Union.
TERRIFIC CAMPUS apartments now leasing tor
January. Room, efficiency, 1 and 2 bedrooms, and
whole house. Call 769-8520 ext. 241. 18C0110
COUZENS HALL Single Male Lease for sale. Call
Jeff at 764-5819. 85C1212
COMPUTER BUSINESS PEOPLE. Share office
space on State Street. $75-$250. Call 996-0001. ectc
ROOMS AVAILABLE in large all-male house.
Reasonable rates; all utilities included. Board,
parking, laundry available. Convenient location.
Call Rick at 995-5374. 24C1212
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
ROOM FOR Lease. Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. In-
cludes room and board. Price neg. Call 761-5960. Ask
for Chris Cook or Bob Eustice. 99C1212
ROOM FOR RENT
Great student house, nice area, perfect location.
$165/mo. + util. 994-6608. 01C1212
ERIN SULLIVAN - Erin, you'll be sharin' your sur-
prise tday. The Daily has two free tickets for you to
the State Theatre. Pick them up. dC1209
- Food and utilities included. North Campus Co-Ops.
Call Lisa at 665-0166, after 5:30 p.m. 02C1212
FURNISHED ROOMS - Church St. near S. Univ.
No cooking. From $160 incl. utilities call 429-4427.
TO YOUR PROBLEM
Use these numbers to call
the Michigan Daily
HAPPY 21st KELLY DOLAN!
In the Fishbowl, Mon., Dec. 10-Wed., Dec. 12, 11
a.m. -1:00 p.m. and at
715 Hill, corner of Oakland off State.
All day self-service. For info., dial 99-LEARN.
DAILY DOZEN PLAYERS:
The answer to No. 12 can be found in the credits of
BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cFtc
STEHOANIE SKRENTNY - The Daily has a cure
for your end of term blues. Pick up your two free
tickets to the State Theatre today. dF1209
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR-Swimwear,
bodywear, footwear. Factory closeout. 419 E. Liber-
ty, 2 blocks off State Street. 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
This $2.00 classified will
reach 4,000 people. Call
LORI HALE - You'll have a whale of a good time
at the State Theatre with your two free tickets from
the Daily. Pick them up at the Daily. dF1208
UNIQUE GIFTS, ethnic crafts and jewelery from
around the world. Resonably priced at the Museum
Shop, EXHIBIT MUSEUM OF NATURAL HIS-
TORY, North University and Geddes, 764-0480.
HAVE YOU SEEN
2 BEAUTIFUL TAN PUPPIES. 7 mos. old. Great
NEED MONEY for winter term? Get money in
your pocket and a summer job lined up. Work for the
Michigan Citizen's Lobby, and if you are good, you
can make $500-$1000 or more and a summer job, too.
Call 663-6824 between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. today to
schedule an interview. cGtc
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
For reproductive health care services, sexuality
education, sterilization, abortion, pre-marital
exams, pregnancy options counseling.
3100 Professional Drive 973-0710
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists, stewar-
desses and ground crew positions available. Call 1-
(619)-569-6315 for details. 24 hrs. 76H1212
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $15,000 - $50,000/year
possible. Immediate opportunities. Guaranteed. Call
1-805-6000, Ext. R-7500. 69H1023
PIZZA DELIVERY - Full and part time. Must have
dependable car. Apply at 2135 4th Avenue, Ann Ar-
bor, Monday and Tuesday between 9 and 3 or mail
application by Wednesday 12/12/84. 88H1209
WANTED: Conscious persons for delivery drivers.
Must have own car. Call 994-3151. 82H1211
NEW BUSINESS making ice bowls for special
occassions. Simple, creative, profitable. Work out of
home. Call collect (313) 985-4160. 68H1212
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $15,000-$50,000/year possible.
Immediate opportunities. Guaranteed. Call 1-805-
6000 Ext. R-7500. 69H1023
SUMMER CAMP STAFF POSITIONS: Camp Tama-
kwa in Algonquin, Ont. has openings for the follow-
ing positions: Male and Female Counselors, canoe
guides/trippers, and activity instructors in arts and
crafts, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, and a piano
player. (June 24-August 24, 1985) Write: Camp
Tamakwa, 1080 N. Woodward, Birmingham, MI
48011, or call 313-644-5922. 70H1212
DRIVE A CAR back from Holiday Bowl. No charge-
You pay gas. Make reservation. Call toll free 1-800-
HEAD WAITER needed 2nd semester. Small salary
and meals. Call 662-5880or663-1998. 27H1211
ADVERTISING & SALES
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-
WANT TO FURTHER
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
APT. RENTAL AGENT
To assist in leasing of campus apts. Car essential.
Income negotiable. Call 662-7787. 62H1209
SINGING MESSENGERS: Balloon deliveries Must
have own car. Call Say It With Balloons, 995-1972.
TYPING/WORDPROCESSING - Professional -
Fast turn around: term papers, dissertations, resu-
mes, repetitive letters, 662-4530. cJtc
TYPING AND EDITING. Experienced. Final Draft
JOSEPH COX - Opportunity knocks! Pick up your
two free tickets to the State Theatre at the Daily
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973.1592. cJtc
QUICK QUILL 665-6157 65J1209
WRITING PROBLEMS? Stuck on thesis or other
projects? Not getting anywhere? Not as productive
as you would like? Have a creative block? Call
CREATIVE BLOCKBUSTERS UNLIMITED for free
initial phone consultation. 665-9177 btwn. 3-6 p.m.
BETTER TYPING - BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs disser-
tatioos, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217. "1[ care."
WORD PROCESSING Papers, Reports, Thesis,
Resumes, Cover letters.
" Writing * Editing
" Typing Graphics
* Resumes Dissertations
AIRLINE TICKET to L.A. 1-way Eve Dec. 18, $100 or
best offer. 996-4621. 84P1212
WANTED: Person(s) to drive my car to South
Florida. Depart Dec. 19 - 22, deliver 21-24. Call 663-
8641 after 6 p.m. 83P1209
All Over the
Ask Feace Corps volunteers why
their ingenuity and flexibility ore
as vital as their degrees. They'll
tell you they are helping the
world's poorest peoples attain
self sufficiency in the areas of food
production, energy conservation,
education, economic develop-
ment, and health services. And
they'll tell you about the rewards
of hands on career experience
overseas. They'll tell you it's the
SKI THE ALPS - SPRING BREAK - FROM $629.
Round trip airfare, hotel 6 nights - Faber Travel,
corner of Liberty and Maynard, 769-9011. 86P1212
TWO DETROIT TO L.A. tickets Dec. 19-Jan. 2. Call
996-9502 ask for Karin. 60P1209
WANTED - UM basketball tickets. Blue tier only.
CHRISTOPHER RAJZER - Chris, don't miss this!
Here's the gist: the Daily has two free tickets to the
State Theatre for you. Pick them up. dQ1209
O ' A TES
ROOMMATES/Roommate to share Lg. 2 bedroom
apt. with two males. Call 662-0417. 98Y0112
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A defense against cancer
can be cooked up in your kitchen.
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
1 Becomes a
Fargo, N. -
15 Buffalo Bill's
20 Before tray
24 Cry of
26 Part of some
31 Bijou staffer
36 "- rae"
37 Arctic pullover
40 Aunt, in
41 Artificial in
44 Nears a due
48 Bates et al.
54 Woodland herb
58 Great Plains
12 City in SW
13 Unit of
23 Maui guitars,
26 Singer Collins
27 Area east of
from El Centro
29 Moves quickly
30 Saga segment
River of myth
Put a check on
Kind of league
46 Tijuana snacks
49 At the drop
52 Rich, in
53 School near the
55 Hoopsters' org.
56 Bon -
57 Back talk
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There is evidence that diet
and cancer are related. Some
foods may promote cancer, while
others may protect you from it.
Foods related to lower-
ing the risk of cancer of the \ ,
larynx and esophagus all have r
high amounts of carotene, :
a form of Vitamin A which
is in cantaloupes, peaches,
broccoli, spinach, all dark
green leafy vegetables, sweet
potatoes, carrots, pumpkin,
winter squash and tomatoes,
citrus fruits and brussels
Foods that may
Fruits, vegetables, and whole-
grain cereals such as oatmeal, bran
and wheat may help lower the risk
of colorectal cancer.
Foods high in fats, salt- or
nitrite-cured foods like ham, and
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eaten in moderation.
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fr'' hol also.
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thumb is cut down on
fat and don't be fat.
Weight reduction may
lower cancer risk. Our
12- year study of nearly a
million Americans uncovered
high cancer risks particularly
among people 40% or more
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know you can cook up your own
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