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FOR SALE
GOV't SURPLUS Cars and Trucks under $100. Now
available in your area. Call 1-(619)-569-0241. 24 hrs.
30B0120
KATHERINE THROOP - This will break the chill
outside! Come to the Daily to pick up your two free
tickets for the State Theatre. dBo8

APARTMENTS FOR FALL - Open-House Sun. Jan.
20, 1-3 p.m. 1303 Wilmot 761-9236. Ask for Jeff 73C4120
Heritage House Apts.
Huge 2 bdr., 4 person modern penthouse apts., taste-
fully refurnished, new carpeting, new frost-free re-
frig., new dishwashers, 2 balconies/apt., A/C, paved
parking, laundry, storage, highest quality construc-
tion, excellent security heat & water incl., 696/mo.
76146170 or 761-3920. 75CO126
APARTMENT FOR RENT - Immediate Occupan-
cy. 1 Bedroom suited for 2 people, 1303 Wilmot near
CCRB and North Campus bus stop. Lease from Jan.
to Aug. 85. $400 includes all utilities, Call Jeff 761-9236
74C0125
8 ROOM, 4 BEDROOM house - 2% bath, Central
A.C., piano, patio, bright rooms, near shopping,
children O.K. No pets - for family or grad students.
Now to 12/31/85 or summer 85. Call collect (301)-622-
4812 66C0120
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - Furnished home con-
vienent to U-M campus. Very economical for 3-6
people, Flexible Lease. Call McKinley Properties,
769-8520, ext. 241. 736 Packard, Hrs: M-F 8:30-5:30,
Sat. 11-3. 71C0127
BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS 6 bedroom. Liv, din, kitchen,
2 baths, carpeted, May to May, no pets. 663-5861 cCtc
GROUP WANTED - BEAUTIFULLY FURNISH-
ED, spacious historic house with modern conven-
iences, central location. 663-7454,665-7956. 53C120
GREAT PLACE TO LIVE FOR WINTER TERM
4-mo. lease; meals by our full-time chef; all utilities
PAID; FREE cable TV,washer/dryer, parking, par-
ties; quiet neighborhood; males only, please. CALL
662-0385 70C0120

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY!
Oak Terrace Apts.
908 Oakland
Large, delux, furnished one bedroom aot. Includes
heat, water, A/C, dishwasher, balcony, laundry,
parking close to Business and Law Schools. Call
994-1019 or 769-1647 anytime. 46C0119
LEASE FOR SALE in Alice Lloyd women's triple.
$950 for Winter term room & board. Call Clare Allen
76146113 after 8 p.m. 63CO123
SIX BEDROOM campus house, fully furnished, $1344
tutilities, May-May. 668-8873,668-6432. 67C0119
CONSIDER
OXFORD HOUSING
FOR THE FALL
OPEN HOUSE
January 19, 2:00. Corner of S. University and Oxford
Road.
" CO-OPS
" LANGUAGE HOUSES
" APARTMENTS
" SUITES "C0118
CAMPUS/FALL
911S. FOREST
1 and 2 Bedrooms Furnished. Balconies, Air Condi-
tioning.
769-478
cCtc
5 and 6 bedroom
apts. & houses
DAVID M. COPI
Furnished. Year Leases. No pets. May and Sept.
Call 663-5609. cCtc

FOR RENT
JANUARY-MAY Leases. One min. from Diag. 3
meals/day cooked for you. Free laundry, cable
663-1940 or 761-5227. Ask for Carl. 18C0124
COMPUTER BUSINESS PEOPLE. Share office
space on State Street. $75-$250. Call 996-0001. cCtc
ROOM, BOARD & Community in Student Cooperatives
Approx. $250 per month plus 4 hrs. work per week,
includes food, phone, 3 laundry machines & other extras
Call 662-4414 orstop by Room 4002 Michigan Union.
Few spaces left. C13
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Furnished Apartments. 536 S. Forest
Phone 761-2680
cCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL'85
Listings now available for efficiencies, 16 bedroom
apts., and whole houses.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD
1335 S. University
"Across from the MudBowl"
665-8825
M-F8:45--5:15
Sat 12:00-4:00
cCtc
TAN THE SLOPES - SPRING BREAK '85 SKI
VAIL and BEAVER CREEKI
Beaver Creek West Condominiums, with Pool, Sau-
na, Jacuzzi, Kitchen, Fireplace, Ie-Skating and
more! Super Saver Student Discount Packages. Call
800-222-4840. 57F123
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. cFtc
TONIGHT
ZETA PSI/CFG
2 BANDS-2 BUCKS-2 DRINK SPECIALS!
UNION BALLROOM - ANYTIME!! 69F0118
DELILAH - maybe a natural bristle brush will help.
Pick one up for me at the Village Apothecary - Sam-
son cFtc
SINGLES WEEKEND WORKSHOP - Jan. 25-27 for
men and women of all ages interested in increasing
their relationship skills. $35 registration plus sliding
scale professional services fee. Bob Blood Ph.D,
Margaret Blood, MA. 7694046. cF024
VERY LONELY prisoner desires correspondence
with anyone. Sensitive, graduate writer, hunkish.
No need to be lonely anymore. Answer all. C. Star-
land, P.O. Box E, No. 143753, Jackson, MI 49204.
17F123
STUDENT
SERVICES
IF YOU'RE GAY, or think you might be, and are
male, and would like to join a group led by trained
gay facilitators and talk with men like yourself about
"coming out" to yourself, to the gay community, or
to non-gay people, please call 7634186 or 6621977
weekdays. 77G129
GAY MEN'S SUPPORT GROUP forming soon. Self-
help group meets weekly to discuss personal con-
cerns. Info 763-4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 76G0129
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
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE Feb. 5-28
Jan. 12 through Saturday, Feb. 2 665-3579
45G0202
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

DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A MUSIC VIDEO? Video
student wants you. CALL 663.0939 32H0120
DEBRA LINABERY - You won't have to wait in
line! Two tickets for the State Theatre are waiting
for you at the Daily. dQ0118
WANT TO FURTHER
YOUR BUSINESS
CAREER?
The Michigan Daily is now accepting applications for
Classified Advertising Manager. Must be respons-
ible, enthusiastic and able to devote 20 hours per
week.
Stop by the Daily for an application and a job de-
scription, 420 Maynard St. Student Publications
Building. dH1212

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

TxrIN anu/or edung. Books, manuscrnpt,
theses. Foreign language capability. Completely
computerized. Letter Quality print. (313)-348-5102.
After 5 p.m. 61J0116
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
BETTER TYPING = BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING - by SANDI
Accurate, fast, reasonable - Papers, briefs, disser-
tations, resumes. Discounts. 426-5217. "I care."
cJtc
RIDES
KARIN'SEIFERT - Aren't you the lucky one! You
won two free tickets to the State Theatre. Pick them
up at the Daily. dR0118
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE to share driving and ex-
penses out to Phoenix, Ariz..,.Leaving Feb 1. DAys
(1) 255-0330 evenings (1) 349-3898 Bruce. Comfortable
car. 72R0125
TICKETS
NEW ORLEANS? 4 ROUND TRIP TICKETS ANY-
WHERE NY AIR FLIES BEST OFFER 996-5754 OR
761-6625 6200118
TWILA PRICE - The price is Right! Come to the
Daily to pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theatre. dY01l8

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1 Japanese
-prime minister:
1964-72
5 Markers, for
short
9 Swordsman
14 Snare
15 Billionth:
Comb. form
16 Mountain
refrain
17 Surf sound
18 Yearning
19 Carriage
20 Turkish hospice
22 Mother of
Castor
24 Ascot
25 Milton epic
28 Posed
29 Spanish coins
33 Flutter to and
fro
37 Son of Odin
39 - Gay,
historic plane
40 Cook County
thoroughfare
44 George of KC
Royals
45 Calendar abbr.
46 Remnants
47 Country lanes
50 Math propor-
tion: Abbr.
52 Popular oldie
58 Good person
61 Aspersion
62 Actress
Lansbury
63 "His word burn-
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65 Overlook

3 Member of the
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4 Certain art form
5 Begin
6 Morsel for
Dobbin
7 Sam, for one
8 "- me
God!"
9 Goes around
10 Card game
11 Mine entrance
12 He loved Lucy
13 Robt.-
21 Teds' cousins
23 Fawn's parent
26 Charon's river
27 Taut
30 Map location
31 "When I was
32 Utters
33 Jack of
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COUNSELORS: For boys camp in Maine. Openings
in most activities (WSI, tennis, basketball, etc.) Up-
perclassmen preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758
Beacon St., Brookline, Ma. 02146 or call 617-277-8080.
42H0125
ANDREW PORTER - Drop the bags and head to the
Daily to pick up two free tickets for theState Theatre
dHO118
BABYSITTER NEEDED. My home afternoon/eve-
nings part-time. Nonsmoker. 996-8023. 23H0111
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this winter. Located
at Hill andEast University. Come over for a visit or
call 764-2547 for more information. 29H0112
24 HOUR HOTLINE and walk-in crisis center needs
you to volunteer. Training begins Feb. 1. Call SOS
Community Crisis Center now to schedule an inter-
view. 485-8730. 56H0126
CONCERT PROMOTER needs person to post flyers
and posters. Part-time Call 665-4755. 65H0122
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN: Physics or Engineer-
ing student wanted to work in electronics firm. Full
or part time. 761-7833. 44H0119
WORK-STUDY Positions - Help others while
helping yourself. We need a skilled person to help
computerize our client data. We also need a
proficient typist/administrative aide. $X4.00-5.000/hr.
Call Director, SOS Crisis Center 485-8730.
40H0120
A STUDENT for campus shopping. Flexible hours.
Good pay. 769-0032. 34H0113
Singing female messengers; Balloon deliveries. Own
car. Call Say it with Balloons. 995-1972. cHtc
MEAL JOBS available in sorority for Winter semester.
Call Deb or leave message at 761-1472 (p.m.) or
663-5331 (a.m.) 13H0117
NURSES AIDE to care for young woman on week-
ends. Desire 1 yr. experience. Ideal for student. Call

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