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Vigil marks S. African poet's execution

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By ALINE LEVANEN
About 50 students rallied last night
in front of University President
Harold Shapiro's house to mark the
execution of Benjamin Moloise, a
South African freedom fighter and
poet who was hanged last week.
During the candlelight vigil, studen-
ts said they needed to recognize the
sacrifice made by Moloise.
"IT'S VERY valuable to take a
moment out of our academic workday
to remember Moloise," said Bob
Dion, a graduate student who is a
member of Free South Africa Coor-
dinating Committee.
The supporters of the committee
gathered in front of Shapiro's house to
get support and attention from the
University'saadministration and
regents. The members of the
organization want Shapiro to take a
positive stand on this issue.

"Shapiro is the highest figure on
this campus. Since we want him to
divest the remaining $500,000 in South
Africa, this is the place to begin," ex-
plained Susan Carter, an LSA junior.
"We are having this vigil in order to
get attention, to get something
going," said Brett Stockdill, and LSA
sophomore. "The administration is so
pro-apartheid.
Graduate student Barbara Ransby,
a leader of FSACC, voiced her ap-
preciation over the vigil for Moloise.
Ransby said that it's not unusual.
for South Africa to execute people
over their fight for freedom. "Let's all
of us make the struggle in South
Africa our struggle too," Ransby said.
"We want to make it clear to the
regents and to the administration that

even though they're making a com-
promise with South Africa, the rest of
the University isn't," she said. "The
policies of the University don't reflect
those of everyone, and we want to
make that known," Raisby further
explained.

Council reports progress

A demonstrator who asked not to b
named since he is in the country
illegally said, "It touches me inside
that people care enough to be here.
People say that we can't do anything
since we're so far away, but this isn't
true." K
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READING AND LEARNING
SKILLS CENTER
Reading and Study Skills Classes
Cost $50
Registration: October 24th & 25th
CLASSES BEGIN WEEK OF OCT. 28
1610 WASHTENAW AVE.
Phone 763-7195

Discovery
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difference between punching
somebody's nose and taking their
pocket watch," asked Donald
Rucknagel, a professor of internal
medicine, and a member of the coun-
cil.
On the same question, councilmem-
bers agreed yesterday that the
University should only have jurisdic-
tion over violent crimes occurring
either on campus or when University
community members are acting
within their role of campus. For
example, the University would have
jurisdiction if a faculty member beat
up a student while holding a seminar
in his home.
The council also yesterday voted to

release a statement about its accom-
plishments since it began work 11
months ago. In addition to its
emergency procedures, the counci)
has decided in prinicple, to allow ins
dividual units of the University, such
as dormitories, to make up their own
rules for non-violent crimes.
Rucknagel, who helped draft th4
statement, denied that the document
is in response to a recent threat bX
University President Harold Shapiro
Shapiro told students on the council ii
private meetings last month that h4
would bypass the council and submit
last year's code proposal to the regenw
ts in January unless it finished its
work or reconsidered the adr
ministration's proposal.

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California School of Professional
Psychology at Berkeley
Guestion: Emotional impact of
breast cancer its treatment
and side effects.
App'ach: Shavin's investigations
into the behavioral implications
of breast cancer patients
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From 10 test groups run in
four California counties, she
developed techniques that could
be modeled and taught to health
care professionals anywhere.

Results: Relieved depression
among patients, reduced
side-effects of chemotherapy
Applied research is one of our
graduate program's cornerstones
in preparing students for futures
in professional psychology
Call us at
800457-5261 (California),
or 800457-1273
(outside of California),
for more information or to
arrange a visit to one of our
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Los Angeles, and San Diego.

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LOST & FOUND
,LOST CRYSTAL Necklace on Hill Street Friday
Aight (10/18). Reward! Sentamental value.
Michelle 764-3879. 11A1029
+LOST: Brown leather jacket. "Mark Shale" label.
,Reward $25. No questions asked. 764-1838.
77A1025
FOR SALE
#19" COLOR TV $175.663-78201 year old. 82B1025
IKE - Raleigh Sprite - 21". Terrific condition.
$95. Call 995-0439. - 02B1030
ZWO LEASES FOR SALE!! Two adjacent singles
in East Quad: one male single and one female
;tingle. Call persistently after 6:00 p.m. 764-4632.
07B1030
IREAT BOOKS For Sale - Classic Titles, make
Sdeal. 9946476. 09B1031
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage 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

FOR SALE

FOR RENT

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

8-PIECE SILVERWARE SETTING, $15. 8-Place
china setting, $25. 4-piece knife set including steak
knives, $15. Assorted pots and pans, $15. Upright
vacuum cleaner, $15. Floor length drapes: 3-sets
of two panels, beige with white backing, to fit
sliding glass doors, $20 per set. Four tires: two
E70-14 Grand Am Super Wides G/T, and two
H70-14 Grand Prix Super Wides G/T, raised white
lettering, 3,000 miles, $150. 6-foot couch with
slipcovers, $30. Or best offer on any combination.
Call 764-2397 afternoons or 995-0649 evenings.
20B1031
TICKET TO THE BODY BLAST JAM. Call
7646905 for details. 08B1107
1980 MAZDA RX-7. 5-speed, great condition.
$5250. Call 665-7391. 14B1107

SINGLE ROOM available immediately in North
Campus co-op. $285/Mo. includes food, laundry,
utilities, many extras. Karen 663-9283. 99C1105
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 3 single bedrooms
in a 6 bedroom house. Large rooms, kitchen,
den, washer/dryer, parking. Great housemates
and location. 1 minute to Union, $190/month
+ utilities. Call now - Sheryl, Gail, or Jordan
761-2868. 03C1030

MIX-INS. Pop, juice, candy, gum, munchies
and everything you need from the drugstore.
Village Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
HAPPY 40th Birthday Leroy A. Williams.
16F1025
GRAD GROUP for adult Children Alcoholics.
Meeting on Wednesday from 10:30-12 noon..
Limited opening, for more information call
764-8312. 64F1025
ADOPTION: Caring, accomplished woman
(Ph.D. - publice health) hopes to adopt infant.
Offers loving, stimulating, stable home; excellent
education; supportive family and friends. Will
pay all expenses legally permitted. Call
301-530-9180 collect. 31F1025
MALE BOY GEORGE FAN would like to form
support group for men interested in dressing with
complete freedom. Discreet individuals reply to
JIM, P. O. Box 732, Plymouth, MI 48170. 91F1104
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc

DORM DOINGS

CAB DRIVERS WANTED. Flexible hours.
663-4545 days or nights. 42H1028
STUDENT MAGICIAN NEEDED November 2nd.
$50 for evening. Please call 764-0897. 39H1028
TELEPHONE & COUNTER HELP. Lunch
hour Monday thru Friday, & Sunday 4:30 p.m. -
9 p.m. Apply in person Omega Pizza near U
of M Hospital. 57H1029
SINGING MESSENGERS for balloon delivery.
Flexible hours, must have car. Call 995-1972,
between 10 and 5. 96H1105
DISPATCHER-DRIVER. Evening food delivery
service. Use company vehicles. Make up to
$8.00/hour. Call 665-4122. 95H1101,
DESPERATELY seeking buspeople for dinners;
to serve/clean up for 20 people. Call Liz 668-0241
or 761-4810. 98H1029
WANTED: MODEL for glamour art photography
for possible commercial reproduction. Also
make-up artist. Call for an interview 769-5745.
28H1101
OFFICE WORKER. Part time, flexible hours.
Apply at 338 S. State Street. 01H1030
PRIVATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL now
accepting appointment for part-time physical
education teacher. 668-6770. 86H1025

THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-371

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BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-i TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available.668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJte
TYPING - All types. Fast guaranteed works
® reasonable rates. 668-6109. 85J1113

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FOR RENT

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY available
immediately. Convenient campus location. $306
a month, heat included. 663-3504 evenings.
13C1108
1 BEDROOM AVAILABLE, Winter Term.
$158.50/month,utilities included (except electric).
Deposit (refundable), $385.50. Lease length,
Jan. 1-May 1. No pets. Located near Briarwood
on bus line. Call Bob, 971-9563 after 11:00 p.m.
06C1030

SINGLE ROOM available in North Campus
Co-ops. For info. call Philip at 763-3915 or
665-0166. 05D1030
TARDA' presents its annual science fiction and
fantasy costume ball Saturday October 26th at
8:30, in the Anderson Room of the Michigan
Union. Admission with costume $2, without
costume $3. 83D1025
TIRED OF
DIRTY DISHES?
Then consider the advantages of on-campus
dining in UM Residence Halls ...
" THREE MEAL PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM!
" TEN CONVENIENT LOCATIONS!
" SPECIAL DISCOUNTS WITH
ENTREE PLUS!
We have a meal plan for your style. Come to
113 SAB (the Entree Office) today. OR phone
7634632. cDtc

SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
**20% Off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc

CONFIDENTIAL
INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE

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Planned Parenthood YOURORGANIZATION
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor O G NZ TO
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy.) J NEED MONEY?
973-0710 cFtc Campus group needed to sell 1985-86 Student
Directories.
Liberal Commission
Easy Selling
ST U D E N T SE RVICES Call Nancy McGlothlin at Student Publications,
764-0550, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., M-F.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

REALM'S
LSATCOURSE
November 12 - December 5
Reasonable Rates.
665-3579 70J1109
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
MUSICAL

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ACROSS
1 Lake near Salt
a Lake City
% 5 Marina sight
9 Violinist
a; Mischa
44 Wilkie Collins
novel (with
"The")
46 Silk fabric
,7 Rash
8 Pineapples
19 Gadget for
golfers
20 Merit
21 Dormant
22 For each
23 "Macbeth" trio
°5 Present oneself
X28 Bell or statue
130 Iridescent
gems
31 Oblique angle
edge
2 Unit of length
'84 Water source
; 5 Sea birds
P6 Jab
37 Certain cow or
; dog
Potpourris
.J9 Flax product
#0 Hollywood
",, hopeful
#2 Incorruptible
A3 A Gandhi
44 Diving bird
45 Rabbits
:47 Aromatic oint-
ment
;49 West
'62 Terrestrial

Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

5 Royal family of
Scotland
6 Needy
7 "Seek -"
(Advice to a
sluggard):
Carryl
8 Scale syllables
9 Enroll for jury
duty: Var.
10 Loaf
11 Trattoria
specialty
12 Islands off
Galway
13 Aerie
15 Guides
21 Ear parts
22 Politician's
index
24 Splits asunder
25 Fusses
26 Fencers' gear
27 Realm of a
prince
29 Symbols of
restraint
31 Prickly bush

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36
38
39
41

Fender mark
Island in New
York Bay
Dianthus
Trying ex-
periences
More
clamorous
- Farm"
Orwell
ANSWER TO

42 Listen!
45 Rustic retreat
46 Type of curve
48 Poker stake
49 Unit of distance
50 Blue dye
51 Word from
Major Hoople
53 Towel word
54 Cheer
PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

GREEK GAB

HEY ZTA, We're looking forward to Saturday's
party. Fraternily yours, the Men of D.U.
TO THE WOMEN OF Alpha XI Delta -
Congratulations on your successful rush and
welcome back to greekdom - The Men of Delta
Upsilon.

FAiRS ASTA AM BI
ONTOP SPED SOOT
OTHER SAXOPHONE
T E ENA GE R 0 N E R
PAANITALOIO
TOGGLE TR I RE
INRE S S AR S PTA
N EO0N BE R MS BOO N
S UP A RE AS M ACRO 0
P E RM IAN L IC HE N
SM E N F AC T
P ARAA NOI A C R I 0N
C RA T RO0V E NI T RE
A N SE N AT S NA P S

Sigma Delta Tau went a little overboard Saturday
night...Ships ahoy to an amazingly successful
Boat Party!
Michelle A. and Kim L. SDT's missed you on the
boat Saturday night. We had a great time,
where were you?

CONGRATULATIONS to Adelphi for a great
start! Alpha pledge class is going to be the best!
- Brenda and Rachael.
GIRLS! Last chance for AEPi Fly-Away Date
to Disney World. Call 761-4503 for details.
WENDY, CONGRATULATIONS! The "S.Y.R."
was a success! Love, Berly. NCE1O25
CONGRATULATIONS ADELPHI PLEDGES -
All 78 of you!! Get PSYCHED for Barn Dance!
NCE1025
HEY DEKE'S!!
T.G.I.F. and all that goes with it. Are you psyched
for HAPPY HOUR? We are!
Love ZETA TAU ALPHA
NCE1025
HAPPY HALLOWEEN to Caroline Chick and
Kandis Kumasi - my GROOVY roomies t
Love Jeanie-Cakes
NCE 1025

RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ANSWERING SERVICE. Computerized, 24 hours,
only $7.50 per month!451-7121. 97G1029
ACE Word processing, student discount.
'769-9069. 21G1120
ACCURACYINK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 9714139.
cGtc
HELP WANTED
CHURCH ORGANIST, Sunday Mornings,
9:45-11:45. Call Reverand Clark, 632-5825. 15H1031
INDIVIDUALS IN NEED of Money? Campus
students 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.
NCHtc
HAIRCUT and COLOR models needed. Must be
adventurous and open to change. Also need
photogenic types for ads, etc. All services will
be FREE of charge. Call LAKY'S SALON
668-8812. 512 South Main. 92H1028
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS. Car required.
Part time, one or two nights/week. Hourly
wage, tips and mileage. Apply in person Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, near U of M
Hospital. 56H1029
ANTI-VIOLENCE VOLUNTEERS
Center for Non-Violence Education seeking
full-time staff. Lodging, $150/mo., health
coverage. Public interest group developing
courses on non-violence and operating
National Coalition on Television Violence
National Headqtrs. Research, writing, office
work, monitoring entertainment. One year
committment.

DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn
$75-$100. Volunteers needed to test medication for
facial acne. Office visits and medication are
provided free to eligible participants. You must
have moderately severe acne (12 pimples or more.)
$75-$100 paid at the successful completion of
the 12-14 week studies. Call UM Department
of Dermatology Research 763-5519, M-F, 9-4, for
further details. 81H1025
AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservationists
stewardesses and ground crew positions
available. Call1-619-565-1657 for details. 24 hrs.
58H1025

GOING PLACES

THANKSGIVING
NEW YORK
FLIGHTS FROM $98
LaGuardia and Newark, Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call immed-
iately 994-4777. cKtc
MISCELLAN EOUS
WANTED: MACINTOSH 512K image writer and
accessory kit and external disc drive. 429-9606.
93M1028
0dm:ght Moie

LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. Expert REPAIRS Herb David'
Guitar Studio. 665-8001. cNtcj
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Use Daily Classifieds
TICKETS
NEED FOOTBALL tickets to Nov. 23 OHIO;
STATE game. Call 1-513-381-2337 collect or write:I
Scott Ashburn, 359 Oregon, Cincinnati, Ohio
45202 GO BLUE!! 19Q1030
AVAILABLE: 2 tickets to the Ohio State game.
665-8934. 12Q1031
UM/OSU tickets needed for large company. Will' 16
pay top dollar. 457-1251/890-7985. 18Q1113
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 821-3923 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
NEEDED - Indiana OSU tickets. Parents
desperate. Top dollar. 761-7358. 04Q1030'
NEED DESPERATELY - Four Ohio State'
tickets, not necessarily together. Top dollar paid.
Mark, 764-2030 after 6p.m. 84Q1104
WANTED - 4 Purdue tickets. Call Steve
764-2822. NCQ1028
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan

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PLEDGES:
You have two weeks left to get your hayride
dates!! Go for it! NCE1025
PHI GAMS - Do it up in football!!! "No pain
- No gain"
Right Tacklet(A Team)
NCE1025
MEGAN,
Don't let those P's get you down!! Just keep
eating those chocolates!

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