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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 25, 1985
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HEALTH & FITNESS

Aerobics gives total workout

WOMEN'S]
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SELF DEFENSE
CLUB
Beginner's Classes
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Mon. & Thurs. 7 - 8 p.m.
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By KYSA CONNETT
Increasing numbers of University
students are turning to aerobics dance
classes for the total workout that it
provides, as well as just for the fun of
it, local instructors say.
Central Campus Recreation
Building officals say aerobics classes
are more popular than any other fit-
ness classes they offer.
"THIS IS the biggest fall we've had,
and there are only a few spots left in
the classes," said Pat Van Volkin-
burg, an administrative assistant to
the CCRB's aerobics program.
"People thought fitness was a
craze, well maybe it's not a craze,"
she said. "I think that people might
feel that taking care of themselves is
not just a craze but a good lifestyle.
I'm hoping that's what it is.
"It gives you energy for the rest of
the day - at least it gives me energy

for the day," said Van Volkinburg.
Because aerobics involves
shaping up to the beat of top-40 hits,
and can be a lot of fun, students ae
easily motivated to continue with it,
Nick added.
ONE OF the . best fitness aspects of
aerobics, however, is the potential it
offers to improve the cardiovascular
system. Most classes follow a general
activity pattern that includes: 10
minutes of warm-up, 20 minutes of
active hop-step dancing to speed up
the heart beat, 20 minutes of
calisthenics, and a 10 minute warm-
down stretch.
The active dance part of the routine
increases a person's heart rate from a
resting pulse, which for students
should be around 60-90 minutes per
beat, to a working pulse of around 130-
160 beats per minute, Nick said.
The 15-20 minute duration of the
hop-step dancing is the time needed to
be of benefit to the cardiovascular
system, anything less wouldn't have
as much effect, Van Volkinburg said.
STRETCHING exercises done
before and after a workout are a
crucial part of the aerobics dance

class routine, and an aspect of con-
ditioning that many people neglect
when they exercise on their own, in-
structors say.
Calisthenics, another essential part
of the aerobics routine, improve
muscle tone, turning flab into attrac-
tive bulges, they say.
"In college, it's easy to blow it
(exercise) off and sit around and
eat," said UAC's Nick. "I think
aerobics class is a balance to late
night snacking."
Karen Pica and Bhargaui Gali,
both LSA sophomores in charge of the
program at Mary Markley Hall, say
they have added more sit-ups and leg
exercises in their aerobics routines
because these exercises work on the
areas people worry about the most -
the stomach and thighs.
Aerobics classes are opening up
now across campus. Those offered by
the CCRB come in a 13 week package
for $20 and enrollment began Sept. 94n
3050 CCRB. All of these classes are
taught by graduate students majoring
in exercise physiology and are held
two times a week for 50 minutes.

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
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COKE - New, Diet, or Classic
12 oz. can 6-pak $1.69 plus dep.
Nabisco Almost Home Cookies

GRAND OPENING SALE
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GROCERY & HEALTH
FOOD STORE
Open Man.-Sat 8am.-12 p.m.
Sundays 8am.-10pm.

ARIEL
RESTAURANT
Open Mon.-Sat.
8 a.m.-8 p.m.

609 E. William
663-4253

Hours: M-F 8-7
Sat. 8-6

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FIESTA '78 4-speed rust-proofed $1i50 or best
offer 483-3140. 13B0930
74 HONDA 750. Excellent condition, $800 negotiable.
Call Hunter 761-5648. 05B0930
TWO ROUND TRIP tickets to NYC weekend of
October 11. CHEAP. 662-1626. 06B0930
TEE & SKI
2455 S. State, is selling NEW ski wear,
downhill and XC boots, XC skiis, at COST
for one day, Fri., Sept. 27th, 9:30-12:30.
For details call 994-5000 between 9:30-
12:30 ONLY. 0460927

HONDA AERO - Must sell. $650 or best offer.
973-1220. 55B0927
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 62B0925
'76 SKYLARK 2-door. Great condition. Original
owner. $1625. 662-3258. 16B1002
-ATTENTION STUDENTS-
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vintage
clothing, new and old, 150 dealers. 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat-Sun 214 E. Michigan
at Park, Downtown Ypsilanti 487-5890,971-7676.
cBtc

'75 VEGA. Good condition. New...shocks, tires,
brakes, cassette deck, alternator, starter...great
student car. Call 769-5158. $500 or best offer.
NCB1002
1974 OPEL MANTA - Fun, dependable, 4 speed,
many new parts. $850. After 5.665-7488. 19B1002
BIKE - Columbia 10 speed. 26" Great condition.
Plus lock and cable. $80. Call Spencer 764-7904
after 5:00 p.m. 21B0926
ROUND TRIP FLIGHT to PHOENIX. December
24 to January 7. ONLY $250. Call 662-9146. 87B0926
WANTED: Inexpensive, used printer. Call Bill
761-9234 leave message. 79B0925
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call 1-
312-742-1142. Ext.1137A. 77B101
BIKE - Red Raleigh. New wheels, grip, lock and
cable. Small bike $50 or reasonable offer. Cindy
761-6545 after 5p.m. NCB0925
1977 TOYOTA CORONA - 4 door, automatic,
power brakes, 62,000 miles. $1400.662-4044.
98B0927
TECHNICS 35 WATT/CHANNEL stereo receiver.
Excellent condition, barely used. Two bookshelf
speakers included. $150. Call Sharon at 662-4044.
99B0927
1979 FORD MUSTANG V6. AC, AM/FM 50,029
miles. $2,900.761-9108 after 4:30 p.m. 7680925
1977 CHEVY IMPALA - Power brakes and
steering, air. Roomy and reliable. $625. Call
994-5815. 84B0927

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Heard from the
herd
4 Powerful beam
9 Kind of party
13 Bird, to Caesar
15 Type size
16 Start of a
famous
soliloquy
17 Brewer's
ingredient
18 Group of three
19 - and
terminer
20 Range in
Alaska
22 Syrup supplier
23 Rather
24 Part of BLT
27 Celestial
beings
30 Huffed and
puffed
31 Make a choice
34 Greene of the
a screen
35 Weather per-
sons, perhaps
36 Like some wit
37 Dill, in the
Bible
38 Seasonal song
39 Thunderous
sound
40 - culpa
41 Salt and
pepper, e.g.
42 Sharp-crested
mountain ridge
43 Baseball name
of fame
44 Tiny bit
45 Went after
46 Bargain
48 Clumsy one
k49 Ignominy
51 Lacking con-

DOWN
1 Holy man of
Tibet
2 Face shape
3 Beguiling trick
4 Central
Americans
5 Pearl Mosque
site
6 Alpine
"work horse"
7 Letter from
Athens
8 Cincinnati
player
9 Ermine, in the
summer
10 Small pets
11 Memberof the
first family
12 Actor Richard
14 "The-
Prince"
21 Anecdote
22 Gullets
25 Table spreads
26 Blackbird
27 Texas shrine
28 Composition
for nine
29 Powerful pets
32 Gibble-gabble

33 Classified
35 Directive from
38 Down
38 King of the
kitchen
39 Made with care
41 Mediterranean
resort
42 Captain of the
Pequod
45 Woos
47 Visible
representation

49 Street sign
50 Hawaiian
port
52 Seine feeder
53 Soared
54 Radius's
neighbor
55 - out
(spends)
57 Forty winks
58 Heart of Dixie:
Abbr.

STUDENT SERVICES
BIKE REPAIR - Tired of leaving your bike at
other shops for weeks at a time? We guarantee
One Day Repair Service. Student Bike Shop 607
S. Forest at S. University. 662-6986 next to
Village Corner. 33G0926
FOREIGN STUDENTS: Recently Published,
GUIDE TO GREENCARD FROM F/J/H/M VISAS.
Free details: Immigration Publications, P.O. Box
515991, Dallas, TX 75251. 02G0925
ESEARCH PAPERS
14,278 to choose from-all subjects
Order Catalog Today with Visa/MC or cOD
800-351-0222
in Calif. (213) 477-8226
Or, rush $2.00 to: Research Assistance
11322 Idaho Ave. #206-SS, Los Angeles CA 90025
Custom research also available-all levels
MISCELLANEOUS
SPARE ROOM? Student-artist needs compli-
mentary studio. Will consider any offer. John
761-8048. 48M0927
AUDITIONS - The U of M Mime Troupe.
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 25, 26, 7:30 p.m.
1209 Michigan Union. 08M0925
AUDITIONS ARE BEING HELD by the Church of
Incarnation for roles in the REAL LIFE DRAMA
OF CENTRAL AMERICA. What roles does the
Unites States play? Have the news performances
been censored? Who is directing this drama?
For answers to those and other questions, every
Thursday, starting this Thursday, September 26th
we will meet at St. Mary's Student Lounge on
Thompson St. next to Jacobson's Parking Struc-
ture at 6:15 to share potluck and at 7:00 to share
listening and ideas with the uncensored speakers
who have lived, worked, or visited in places like
Nicaragua, El Salvadore, Guatamala, and Hon-
duras. MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND.
The first speaker will be the Rev. James Lewis
who recently returned from a trip to Central
America with a group from the Central American
Resources Center in Austin, Texas. He will share,
with you, his observations and convictions with
regard to the people, church, and government of
that area, as well as the United States role in
Central America. Peter Rosset will speak on
October 3 and the subject of Sanctuary will be
addressed on October 10. Questions and comments
are welcome. 20M0925

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

MOTHER'S HELPER, to live with caring family
near New York. Childcare and household help.
Responsible, non smoker, must drive. Friendly
neighborhood. References. Minimum 9 months.
1-203-325-2772. 11H0930
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230/yr. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 58HO925
ARE YOU FRENCH? Do you like children and
need part-time work? Couple seek in-house help
with two bi-lingual children from December 1985 -
June 1986. Details: 995-2053. 02H0927
PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT - male
quadriplegic. Weekday mornings, supper time,
weekend mornings. Must be punctual. Some
medical experience. Beginning now. Paul, 662-4619
(after 4p.m.) 97H0927
FOREIGN STUDENT needs tutoring assistance
in compositional writing on diverse topics for
graduate level course. Price negotiable. Reply:
P.O. Box No. 3536, Ann Arbor, 48106. 03H11004
BUSBOYS NEEDED by sorority lunches and/or
dinners. Call 761-1220. 83H0925
BUS HELP WANTED in Sorority House. Set up
and waiters. 5-7 p.m. 996-8313. 80H1002
"H'ARDEE'S, HIRING for all shifts. $50 bonus
for day employees after 30 days of work when you
bring in this ad. Benefits include free uniforms,
paid breaks, discount meals, and terrific working
environment. See manager at 175 N. Maple for
more details." 43H0926
MAUDE'S RESTAURANT seeking energetic,
hard working individuals for part time line cook,
pantry and dish positions. Will pay for experience
or train the right person. Please apply between
2-5 p.m., 314 S. Fourth Avenue, Ann Arbor.
39H0927
SUMMER JOBS! National Park Co.'s. 21 Parks -
5,000 + Openings. Complete Information $5.00.
Park Report. Mission Mountain Company 6&1 2nd
Avenue WN, Kalispell, MT 59901. 74H0927
PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447
for information. Excellent for students. 13H0925
DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED - part time
shifts available, days and nights. Call China on the
Run at 994-3151. 36H0925
MEDICAL ASSISTANT. Physician's office, family
practice and weight reduction. Nursing major or
minor preferred. Part time, Ypsilanti. 483-8338.
73H1001
KITCHEN, BAR and WAIT HELP. Be a part of our
team at Bennigans. Great pay and benefits. Great
opportunities. Apply in person or call 996-0996.
12H1007
JOIN THE HELPING TEAM. Volunteer at SOS
Community Crisis Center. Free crisis counselor
training begins October 4. Call now to schedule an
interview. 485-8730. 15H1007
YOUR ORGANIZATION
NEED MONEY?
Campus group needed to sell 1985-86 Student
Directories.
Liberal Commission
Easy Selling
Call Nancy McGlothlin at Student Publications,
764-0550, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., M-F.
HELP WANTED 1

HELP WANTED
HOUSECLEANING. 1 year experience. 761-9040
Caren. Graduate students preferred. 71H1001
WANTED: Student to "baby sit" our van during
home football games. Call after 6 p.m. 626-0048.
93H0103
CREW COACH - part time novice women's
coach. Coaching experience helpful. Strong rowing
background is a must. Afternoons and weekendl.
Salary negotiable. Call 663-5786. Leave a message:
96H0925
BUSINESS SERVICES
PARKING-CAMPUS: South University and Forest.
761-9635 or 761-7400. 95J0104
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 6ff
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for ap-
pointment. cJtG
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*** 20% Discount - 1st paper?! ***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217
cJtc
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371
cJl2ll
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc

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ANSWE R TO PR EVIO US PUZZL E:
C LA SP T A PA SC A T
R IL LE U LA N T U LE
I NCGAS T IN G U RA L
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THE FOREST APARTMENTS - One efficiency
now for rent. Includes heat and water. Completely
furnished. For more information 483-7232 or
996-3582. 54C0930
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Share double in
3 bedroom bi-level apartment. 3 blocks from both
Medical and Central. $179/month. Call evenings
357-3219. 82C0925

PERSONAL

DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off on
contact lens supplies at the Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University. cFtc
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLE MEN AND WOMEN.
September 27-29. "Creating New Relationships."
Residential experential skill - practice weekends
with Bob Blood Ph.D., Margaret Blood M.A. $35
registration plus sliding scale professional fee.
769-0046. 52F0926

MUSICAL MDSE.,
STEREOS, ETC.
STEREO: Technics turntable, Sansui receiver,
micro-acoustic speakers. Only $250. Call Katie
662-8607. 00N1001
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TICKETS-
SELLING: Maryland - Michigan football tickets.
Reasonable prices. Call JIM 663-3873. 85Q0927
WANTED: Football tickets for Maryland game.
Call NOW - Jim 663-3873.- 86Q0926
SELLING: Maryland - Michigan football tickets.
Reasonable prices. Call JIM 663-3823. 85Q0926
FACE VALUE tickets for sale - Maryland,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue ONLY. 973-9582.
cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA is
offering students subscriptions tickets for 50% off
the regular subscription price. That is $25 for 6
concerts or $8 for 3 concerts. Tickets will be sold
on a first come first serve basis. For further
information, pick-up a brochure in the Music
Building or call 567-1400. 17Q0108
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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
763-4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 75F0927
1979 CAMARO BERLINETTA. Asking $3,600 or
best offer. V-8, automatic, 8-track, AC. Call
995-0320 after 6p.m. 37F0926
NEW CREDIT CARD! No one refused. Visa/
Mastercard. Call 1-619-565-1657 for info. 24 hrs.
65F0927
BE A HERO! Return the Daily's diag banner and
get your picture in the paper! Call 764-0554 with

NATIONAL COLLEGE marketing company seeks
outgoing student for part time work. Excellent
income potential. Flexible hours. Full training
provided. Call David 1-800-592-2121. 09H0926
THE ANN ARBOR NEWS is looking for several
people to work in our mailroom handling and
inserting newspapers. Hours available are Friday
from 3:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., Saturday from 7:30
a.m. to possible 3:30 p.m. and Sunday from 12:00
a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Hourly pay plus premium for
night shifts. Persons interested in single or all
shifts should apply in person at The Ann Arbor
News Personnel Office between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30
p.m., Monday-Friday. We are an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 10H0930
TEACHER: Enthusiastic individual with elemen-

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