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GOV'T LAND $15 an acre. Many lots available. Build THE FOREST
aFuturel Call 1-619-569-0968for info. 37B0212 610 S. FOREST
('f~f~i W109Te1 Un~eom 61CU S.T FO.E:4Tt

COMMERCIAL HORBART DISHWASHER with
Booster Heater For Sale. 769-1972 41B0213
'82 LYNX wagon, p.s., air, AM/FM stereo, new tires
and brakes, other extras. $3500 or best offer. 437-1686.
96B0217
I ROUNDTRIP TICKET (possibly 2) Detroit-L.A.
Feb. 23-March 2 $245. 996-4266 86B0214

Large eff., and 2 bdrm. bi-level apartments avail-
able. Completely furnished and includes heat and
water, storage, resident manager and 24 hr. emer-
gency maint. For more info call 996-3582 or 483-7232.
cCtc
6 BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished. carpeted, park-
ing, and laundry. May or September lease. Call
572-1215. 87C0222
FURNISHED
Efficiencies, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apts. for September
Year leases. No pets. David M. Copi, 663-5609 cCtc

FOR RENT
Fall 1985
Campus Listings
NOW AVAILABLE
*Efficiencies, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apts.
*Great locations - on campus and the West side.
eFurnished apts. - some unfurnished too.
Act Now!
Let us help you find
the perfect home
Listings are available
at our office and UM-off
campus housing or call
us today

ZEN MEDITATION RETREAT. Weekend of Feb. 22-
24. $50 fee for accommodations, meals and instruc-
tion for beginners. For information call Zen Buddhist
Temple, 761-6520. 07C0212
4 PEOPLE NEEDED to complete group for a very
nice 5 bedroom house. Furnished, study, huge kit-
chen, 2 baths, 2 parking spaces, laundry, 1 block
from union. $210 per person, includes heat, water,
and sewer. Call 668-7955 or 662-4356 06C0219
5 BEDROOM HOUSE - 518 Hill, Furn. parking, 2
bath May-May $950 util. 996-1218. 03C0214
CONDO FOR RENT. Fall term. $300 for single, $150
for double. Kosher kitchen available. Behind medi-
cal center. Male or female. Call Howard 764-2661.
82C0222
FALL
Modern furnished 2 bedroom apartments, 4 blocks to
Rackham and Frieze buildings. $442.00 per month in-
cludes heat and water, parking, storage lockers and
laundry facilities.
Listings also available for furnished efficiency and 1
to bedroom apartments all within 4 blocks of Diag
or same block as CCRB.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT. INC.
337 E. Huron Across from Ann Arbor News
663-4101
cCtc
6 BEDROOM HOUSES, on and off campus, available
May or September 668-6432, 668-8873 79C0215
6 BEDROOM HOUSE, 2 bathrooms, large rooms,
furnished, off street parking, fully insulated, gar-
bage disposal, 1150.00 + utilities, May to May, 426-
4772 715 Arch 78C0213
LOVELY OLDER HOME. 3 bdrm. Mostly furnished.
May-May. Parking. $775 plus utilities. Call 665-2621
80C0215
3BEDROOM Completely Renovated, Furnished Apt.
Fireplace, microwave, dishwasher. Parking be-
tween CCRB and Diag. Immediate Occupancy. 663-
4101 Cftc
3 BEDROOM Completely Renovated, Furnished Apt.
Fireplace, microwave, dishwasher. Parking be-
tween CCRB and Diag. Immediate Occupancy. 663-
4101 cFtc
BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS 6 bedroom. Liv, din, kitchen,
2 baths, carpeted, May to May, no pets. 663-5861 cCtc
3 BEDROOM, 4 person apt. Furnished carpeted, fire-
place, parking, laundry. September lease. Call
572-1215. 91C0222
FEMgALE TO SHARE furnished efficiency. $155 +
one low utility. Available mid-March. Call Tracey
anytime at 663-3809. 94C0216
ATTENTION STUDENTS! Great campus location,
economical rental rates, 1 & 2 bdrm, apts. Call 663-
8290 or 662-4445. 93C0222
5.6 BEDROOM HOUSE, 21 bath, partially fur-
nished, fireplace, parking, 1109 State, Sept-Sept
lease, $1075 + util., 1-342-2199 evng. 81C0222
THOMPSON APTS.
350 THOMPSON ST.
Large Eff., 1 bdrm, & 2 bdrm apts. available. Com-
pletely furnished, elec, heat, storage, laundry room,
resident managers and 24 hr. emergency maint. For
more info call 996-1373 or 483-7232 cC0223
VICTORIAN
6 BEDROOM FURNISHED
Near Frieze & Med. Ctr., Sept., Liv rm, Din rm, eat-
in kitchen, piano, washer, dryer, dishwasher, out-
door gas grill, picnic table, parking. 663-5102. 93C0215

CAMPUS-FALL-NEAR-HILL
911 S. Forest
2 Bedrooms furnished/ 3 or 4 people. 1 bedroom/ 1 o
2 people. Balconies, air parking.
769-6478
cCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL'85
Listings now available for efficiencies, 1-5 bedroom
apts..
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD
1335 S. University
"Across from the MudBowl"
665-8825
M-F 8:45 - 5:15
Sat 12:00 - 4:00

r

WILSON WHITE CO.
602 1st National Bldg.
995-9551 90C0222
FALL RENTAL
OAK TERRACE APTS.
908 Oakland
DELUXE, furnished efficiencies and 1 bedrooms-
parking, laundry, storage, dishwashers.
Call 994-1019 or 769-1647 cCtc

SH P WANTED.
COUNSELORS
ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT CAMPS seeks
qualified counselors for 75 member children's camps
in Northeast, July and August. Contact: Association
of Independent Camps (MU) 60 Madison Avenue,
New York, New York, 10010 (212) 679-3230. 64H0215
THE CAMPUS INFORMATION CENTER (763-
INFO) is looking for a few qualified students to work
as information assistants in May and/or Sept. 1985.
Applications can be picked up at the CIC deck at the
Mich. Union. THE DEADLINE FOR AP-
PLICATIONS IS FRI. MARCH 8,1985. 87H0305
CAMP COUNSELORS IWSI (current certificate)
and two general counselors. Experience with
children in camp setting preferred. Ten week
session. Send resume and three letters of recommen-
dation to: CDC Day Camp, 1611 West Minster Ann
Arbor 48104. 97H0217
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE!
Crusie Liners and Resort Hotels Now Hiring. Many
positions available. For Application Write To:
Tourism Personnel Services,, P.O. Box 350218 Tam-
pa, Fl. 33695-0218. 58H0216
GAIN EXCITING EXPERIENCE in Business and
Advertising at The Michigan Daily. Min. 6 hrs/wk.
Contact Mary Wagner, Student Publications Bldg.,
420 Maynard. Drop in or call 764-0560. See you soon!
dH0216
WANTED APPLICANTS FOR MICHIGAN HONEY
QUEEN PAGEANT AT M.S.U. on March 19. Prizes
$500 and a trip to Phoenix. Call 517-695-9031 for appli-
cation & information. 88H0212
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $15,000-0,000/yr. possible.
All occupations. Find out How. Call 805-687-6000. Ext.
R-10152. 17H0220
CAMP COUNSELORS - Camp Michigania, the U-M
Alumni Association Family Camp on the Walloon
Lake in Boyne City, MI, is now accepting applica-
tions for staff positions in arts & crafts, sailing,
canoeing, field sports, riflery, nature study, child-
rens nursery, swimming (WSI), maintenance. June 9
-August 31. Applications available on campus at the
Alumni Center, 200 Fletcher Street. 85H0215
STAFF NEEDED for Mackinac Island Resort Hotel.
Includes dining room, housekeeping, kitchen, main-
tenance, and bicycle shop mechanics- contact: Iro-
quois Hotel Winter Personnel Office, 1704 19th Street
Northwest #4, Washington, D.C. 20009, (202)745-7535.
64H0210
CAMP COUNSELORS - Male/Female, - Outstand-
ing Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietics. 20+. 7
Weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUS-
es at Mass., Penn., No. Carolina, Calif. Send resume:
Michele Friedman, Director 947 Hewlett Dr., No.
Woodmere, NY 11581, 516-374-0785 18H0424
EARN BIG MONEY this summer in your home
town. COLLEGE STUDENTS PAINTING COM-
PANY is now hiring manager trainees. Put a cutting
edge on your resume. Positions are being filled now
so act TODAY. Contact Heidi Winick at your student
job placement office or call person-to-person collect
Mr. Boyer_(314) 227-4852. 43H0215

BUSINESS
SERVICES

$10-$360 WEEKLY/Up Mailing Circulars! No boss-
es/quotas! Sincerely interested rush self -adddressed
envelope: Dept. AN-7 POD910CEW, Woodstock, IL
60098. 39J0306
PIANO INSTRUCTION
First lesson free. 10 week program near central cam-
pus. For info 994-0371 M-F, 12-7 67J0213
TYPING SERVICE
Term Papers, Theses, Dissertations, Manuscripts,
Resumes, Letters. 624-5709 Weekends and Evenings
77J0222
COMPUTER TERMINAL
RENTALS
Hazeltine terminals - $39/month
RENT-A-BYTE, INC
761-BYTE Ann Arbor
citc
WORDPROCESSING
Accutype 761-5050
Resumes, Papers, Repetitive Letters, Etc.
cJtc
COMMODORE COMPUTER DAY is Saturday at
Armstrong Software. 332 S. State. 996-0001 cJtc
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.'
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
TYPING/WORDPROCESSING Professional -
Fast turn around: term papers, dissertations, resu-
mes, repetitive letters, 662-4530. dJtc
THESES
DISSERTATIONS
RESUMES
Execu-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
ALLTYPES
WORDPROCESSING/
TYPING
"THESES.DISSE RTATIONS*RESUMES
971-9320,9-6 M-F
cJtc

PLANNED
PARENTHOOD
For reproductive health care services, sexuality"
evaluation, sterilization, abortion, pre-marital
exams, pregnancy options counseling.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF MICHIGAN 4
3100 Professional Drive 973-0710
Ann Arbor
567 N. Hewitt, Ypsilanti 434-9300
cGtc
MISCELLANEOUS
TEACHER CERTIFICATE
INFORMATION
Elementary Meeting-Tuesday, Feb.
19-2:30-4:00-1211 SEB. Secondary
Meeting-Wednesday, Feb. 20=2:30-4:00-1309
SEB. Sheila Gomez, 1228SEB-764-8406. 73M0217-

BUSINESS
SERVICES
.TYPING-ALLTYPES. Fast, quality, guaranteed
work @®reasonable rates. 8am-9pm. 668-6109 cJtc
BETTER TYPING = BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs, disser-
tations, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217. "I care."
cJtc

CAMPUS
FALL
WE ARE CURRENTLY LEASING EFFICIENCIES,
1 AND 2 BEDROOM MODERN, FURNISHED
APARTMENTS FOR NEXT FALL.
ALSO
NEW HOME
OVERLOOKING DENSE WOODS WITH
FIREPLACE, 3 BEDROOMS AND DEN OR 4
BEDROOMS, 2 CAR GARAGE, FULL BASEMENT,
USE OF TENNIS COURTS AND POOL. APPROX.
l1 MILES FROM CAMPUS.
Stop by or call:
Dahlmann
Apartments
543 Church at So. U.
761-7600
_ cCtc
z 3Bedroom-
818 Henry #2. 1 mile south of campus. $550 + utilities.
Furnished, carpeted, 2 bathrooms. Available Sept. 1
for 1 year lease. No pets. David M. Copi, 663-5609 cCtc
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments 536 S. Forest
r Phone 761-2680
cCtc
USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

FALL RENTALS
406 Packard Apts.
Modern - furnished, 1 & 2 bedrm. A&C. Parking,
storage, & laundry facilities-balconies. Call 994-1019
or 769-1647. cctc
Fall Rental
Forest Terrace Apartments
1001 S. Forest
MODERN-2 BEDROOM APTS. available for Fall.
Fully furnished and carpeted. Each apt. equipped
with its own burglar alarm system. Private parking,
free Garbage disposals-air conditioning-24 hours
emergency maintenance service. Live in resident
manager; laundry and storage facilities.
SEE MANAGER IN APT. 211
769-6374 Call persistently. eCtc
Hurry! A few choice
1-2 bedroom apts. still available
for Fall at:
Park Terrace Apts.
848 Tappan
C011 7enQ n A dnorcctpntly

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" furnished
" laundry/storage
" resident manager

" parking
a/c
" burglar system

REASONABLE RATES
FALL RENTAL
905 Church St.
Modern 2 bdrm. furnished apts. Air Cond., Par]
-Storage. Very close to campus.
Call 994-1019 or 769-1647

PART - TIME
JANITOR needed at Student Publications Bldg., 420
Maynard. Must be U-M student. Apply to Ms. Mc-
cCtc Glothlin, 10:00 a.m. - 2 p.m. weekdays. dHtc
WORK STUDY JOBS, Clerical work, handyman
work, lawn work, custodian, duplicater operator,
graphic artist, good pay. 995-3276 cF0215
king
cCLc 1 / s

PERSONAL

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 British Open
winner: 1964
5 Role in
"Anthony and
Cleopatra"
9 Under the
influence
14 Draft animals
15 Invalid
16 Official in
ancient Rome
17 Stygian
18 Having a claim
to fame
20 Dessert
selection
22 Age unit
23 Matinee time
24 British novelist
and clergyman
25 Straitlaced and
27 stiff-necked
27Sheik's land
30 Pastor's
assistant
34 Historian's
subject
37 Dogwood tree
39 Moon valley
40 Shortly
42 World-
weariness
44 Membership
fees
45 Student of
Xeno
47 Great Italian
poet
49 "The --"
Rinehart-
Hopwood play
50 Plains of
Argentina
52 Poetic
contraction
54 Piece of
marble

75 Delightful
region
DOWN
1 Ore deposits
2 Precise
3 Ballerina Park
4 Ottoman
capital
5 Multiply
6 Word on a Paris
street map
7 A friend in
need
8 Hibernate
9 Welsh or fox
10 Peak near
ancient Troy
11 TheGreat
Commoner
12 Huge amount
13 Old name for
Tokyo
19 Celtic minstrel
21 Japanese box
26 One of a
G & S trio
28 Secureby tying
29 City in Shensi
province
31 Part of AKC
11 12 13 14-'

32 Genus of olive
t rees
33 Hatchery
34 Winged insect
35 Architectural
pier
36 Chamber
38 Mystic verse
41 Cuts short
43 Venetians
46 Container for
brew or stew
48 College on the
Thames

51 Mediterranean
vessel

53
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
64

Hurry about
Pepper plant
Gave one's
word of honor
Ignore
"Lear" role
Wrapper's aid
Dye plant
Bachelor party
Part of the
rural scene

HELP NEW STUDENTS next fall - be an Orienta-
tion Leader! Applications Available at 3000 MIchi-
gan Union until February 22. Pick up an Application
TODAY! 09F0217
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Weekend residential
workshop for men and women of all ages. February
22-24. $35 registration plus sliding scale professional
services fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D. (with Ann Johnson,
MSW.) 769-0046. cF0221
HELP NEW students next fall - be an Orientation
Leader! Applications available at 3000 Michigan
Union until February 22. Pick an Application
TODAY! 09F0217
DREAMS WEEKEND WORKSHO ,February 15 to
17, $35.00 registration plus sliding scale professional
services fee. Bob Blood, Ph. D., Margaraet Blood,
MA. 769-0046 F0214
ORIENTAL LADIES seek American gentlemen for
friendship and marriage. For our free brochure
showing photos of over 150 beautiful, eligible Orien-
tal ladies, write American-Oriental Friendship Ser-
vice, P.O.B. 882722, San Francisco, Ca. 94188-2722.
68F0212
MacSPELL, Right IN STOCK NOW. Macintosh soft-
ware $75.00 Armstrong Software 334S. State call 996-
0001 cFtc
ARTISTS. Share office space on State street. $75.00
to $250.00 Call 996-0001 cFtc
GIVE YOUR sweetheart a gift she'll love - an
elegant box of Russell Stover candies - from the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cFtc
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR - Swimwear,
bodywear, footwear. Factory closeout. 419 E. Liber-
ty, 2 blocks off State Street. cFtc
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT for
VALENTINES DAY? Discover the Museum Shop at
the Exhibit Museum of Natural History. N. Univer-
sity & Geddes Ave. 764-0480. 95F0212
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Our lifetime
guarantee is good across America. Call 769-5913 for
Ann Arbor Muffler's best price over the phone. Only
2 miles from campus. cFtc

67 Cuckoo
68 Grimalkin

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
TIDY GOADS IMPS
AREE S U E LAIRA
JACK I NTHEPU LPIT
NIECE ELAN LEE
LIRA SL I DERS
A CA LI RA S A00 S
BI LLLAUB NICER
U R DU I RE N0R A
G LA IR B IL LY G A T
G AS C LE A T SE
EO0L IT HS E NG R
N SA IO0T A G EE SE
JEST RESTS SYE
5 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
15 16
1819
22 23
25 26
28 29 3Q 31 32 33
3f 39

A DAILY Way to Say "I LOVE YOU"
Send a Valentine's Day Message
through the DAILY Classifieds.
VALENTINE MESSAGE:
1
p-- -- - - - - -- - --- - - - - - - -p
- - ------ - --- --- -
4 -- - ------ -
Name
Address
City Phone
* 1.00 for the first 2 lines
.75 for each additional line
ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID
rs A111 f - fPIP-

E

SUMMER CAMP JOBS AVAILABLE. Counselors,
specialists, song leaders for outstanding coed resi-
dential summer camp in Pocono mtns. Be part of a
vibrant Jewish camp community. Salary range:
Counselors $700-$1000, specialists $700-$1200. Inter-
views on campus Friday February 15. Go to Career
Planning and Placement, Rm 3200 to make an ap-
pointment. Or write New Jersey YMHA/YWHA
Camps 21 Plymouth St. Fairfield NJ 07006 (201) 575-
3333. 00H02012
THE CAMPUS INFORMATION CENTER (763-
INFO) is looking for a few qualified students to work
as information assistants in May and/or Sept. 1985.
Applications can be picked up at the CIC desk at the
Mich. Union. THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICA-
TIONS IS FRI. MARCH 8,1985. 87H0305
WANT TO EARN $30
VV"D A ffnATMTT

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