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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 20, 1985 - Page 6

Quakes
con tin ue
to shake
Colombia
(Continued from Page 1)
scientists were monitoring the moun-
tain's shudders.
Yesterday's shakes may have been
indication of lava movement inside
the volcano, Fred Fischer of the U.S.
Geological Survey told The
Associated Press.
THE ERUPTION may have
resulted in the lava being pushed
along a faultline running under the
Nevado del Ruiz, Fischer said, but
added there are no definite signs that
another eruption is imminent.
The lava, Fischer said, expands
more rapidly when it meets water
soaking into the mountain from the
snow and ice cap, and the results
could be dangerous.
Bands of knife-wielding robbers
roamed among the hundreds of
cadavers on the 15-foot-deep mudflat
and among the ruins of houses that
were once the town of Armero. The
eruption had melted part of the
volcano's ice cap, sending a torrent

Rallies focus on peace
(Continued from Page 1)

ween the world's superpowers.
The summit Support Vigil was one
of the more than 500 such demon-
strations taking place across the
country yesterday, according to Allan
Gregory, the special projects coor-
dinator for the Nuclear Weapons
Freeze Coalition.
Gregory said that the purpose
behind the vigils was to "focus the
public attention on the Geneva talks."
CATHERINE Fisher, a University
student and member of The Commit-
tee for a Sane Nuclear Policy
(SANE), said that the vigils "let
people come together and share their
concerns so they don't feel isolated"
and are mainly symbolic in value.
Fisher said that holding the two
vigils separately was a compromise
between the churchsand community
groups, who wanted "the focus to be
support as opposed to a protest," and
CAWS, a campus organization that
felt it was also important to protest
the role that the University has played
in the arms race.
Members of CAWS said that the
purpose behind the review of the
research guidelines commissioned by
the regents is to allow classified
research, especially military resear-
ch for President Reagan's Star Wars
program, to take place at the Univer-
sity.
IN RESPONSE to the regents'

'If anything has outlived its usefulness, its
the regents.'
- A member of Campuses Against
Weapons in Space.

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Associated Press
Carmen Moreno hangs onto a pole a4 a rescue worker digs her out from
the ruins of hr Armero, Colombid home.She lier gave birth to a
daughter, but her h'usband and two children died in the mudslide.

statement that the guidelines are
being reviewed because they have
outlived their usefulness, a member
of CAWS who spoke at the first vigil
said, "If anything has outlived its
usefulness, it's the regents."
"The way the decisions are made on
this campus are analogous to the way
decisions are made about global
issues," said Jennifer Akfirat, an LSA
senior who belongs to CAWS. "There
we have two white men. . . (here) we
have a white man who lives in a huge
white house (Shapiro) and tells us
that classified research will go on."
Predictions on whether the summit
would have a positive inpact on world
peace ranged from "guarded op-
timism" to a feeling that "nothing's
going to get done."
ESTHER HILL, SANE's national
field organizer, said "Both Secretary
General Gorbachev and President
Reagan ... are saying that they want

to reach an agreement. I'm hoping
they'll follow their good intentions.
We have to expect a lot."
Laurie Gordon, a recent University
graduate who is now working for
SANE, said she doesn't expect any
kind of agreement to come from the
meetings.
"They (Reagan and Gorbachev)
just want to get to know each other
and make plans to meet again," she
said.
"'I'm going to express my hope and
pray," said Mary Hathaway, a mem-
ber of the Interfaith Council for
Peace. "I feel sure we're going to saveg
the planet."
"It's a beginning," said Najib
Jourani, a freshman from Eastern
Michigan University who spoke at the
Summit Support Vigil. "It's a nation-
wide and a worldwide effort to send a
message to Reagan and Gorbachev
that we're taking the summit
seriously."

rushing down the mountainside. It
caused a dam to burst and sent a 150-
foot-high wall of mud surging along
the river's course until it spread out
across the valley floor, burying towns,
villages, and farms.
Broadcast reports from the valley
have told of bandits ripping rings
from the fingers of dead bodies and
carting away televisions, radios, and

other household goods.
Security forces have been ordered
to "shoot to kill" when they spot the
bandits, Mayor Isaac Lerida of the
town of Lerida, told the Bogota daily
El Tiempo in an interview published
yesterday.
RCN said 30 people have been
arrested on charges of theft and rob-
bery.

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90B1125
1974 KAWASAKI - Motorcycle, $100. Call
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ALICE LLOYD LEASE for sale. Winter term.
Female single. Call Sarah at 764-4961. (keep
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IBMXT, IBMAT your best value. Hardware and
software. Call today 761-7583. 52B1120
SCIROCCO '81, 5 speed, A/C, tape deck,
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DODGE COLT '78. $950, radials, great winter
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RENAULT LECAR, 1980. Air, sunroof, AM-FM,
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68B1122
DESPERATE! I've moved, I have to sell my
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'78 FIESTA. Runs Great. Many new parts.
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SINGLE STUDIO APT. Available Dec. 31-Aug. 31.
Corner of Division & William. Spacious, furnished,
new carpet, laundry, etc. 995-0231. 01C1122
LEASE FOR SALE - Own room in double suite.
Shares bath with 4 other males. Bates-Lee Peter
764-3082. 03C1205
2 BEDROOM HOUSE, Jan-Aug, 10 min. from
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665-5480. 09C1205
HOUSEMATE WANTED for Winter Term. One
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Low rent; utilities included. Please call
662-1716. NCC1127
WINTER/SPRING/SUMMER - One bedroom
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includes all utilities and house staples. Asking
$210. Call Dave 995-1748 after 7 p.m. or morning.
89C1125
OWN BEDROOM in two-bedroom apartment.
Close to campus. Must see. Call Tom -
663-2013. 87C1125
WANTED: Female border in a sorority for
winter term. Do not have to be Greek. GREAT
LOCATION. 761-8904 $375/mth & meals. cC1211
WINTER SUBLET available - Jan.-May lease.
Two bedroom apt., can accomodate 2-4 people -
modern, furnished, covered parking, laundry
facilities, swimming pool, utilities included -
located on E. University - call persistently
for a GREAT APARTMENT! 663-3068. 37C1126
WINTER TERM SUBLET - 1 Bedroom in a
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parking. Great housemates and location. 1 minute
to Union, $170/month + utilities. Call now -
Sheryl, Gail, or Jordan 761-2868. 47C1120
SUBLET for Winter term. Single room in spacious
6 bedroom house. Low rent. 761-2685. 66C1127
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Winter term
187.50 includes heat 668-1957. 62C1122
NEED SUBLETTER for single lease in two
bedroom apt. Very close to campus, heat and
water incl. Large living room. Lease avail.
Jan-May or Jan-Sept. Rent $190/month. Call
Greg at 764-5837 or 996-3545. 67C1122
WANTED: Male roommate, January through
August. Beautiful apartment - 769-5787 (ask
for Paul.) 79C1122
2-BEDROOM APT. for 3-4 people on S. Forest.
Winter-Spring/Summer 994-6419. 69C1202

MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED winter term,
spacious 2-bedroom apartment, Jan. - May lease,
$160/Month and electric, great location Hill and
Packard. Call Bill/Jeff 996-8458. 73C 1203
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY for rent. Very close
to campus. Available December st. 761-5313.
81C1126

GREEK GAB

LOOKING FOR LOVE in all the wrong places -
Can't get a date for your formal. We're
available. Call Biff and Cliff. 761-9281. Privacy
assured. 02E1125
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Party Friday! Alpha Omicron Pi. 05E1122
ALPHA OMICRON PI loves our pledges! 07E1126
DELTA UPSILON, looking Forward to the
Champagne breakfast! Alpha Omicron Pi.
06E 1122
WANT GREAT ROMANCE for your spring
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WELLER'S CARRIAGE HOUSE. 429-2115.
cE1211

QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913, cG0411
DIAL-A-JEWISH-STORY. 995-5959. cG1122
BRAND NEW TELEPHONES - Installed as
low as $15. Tone/Pulse avail. Great for Dorms.
Call Telephone Crazy 769-1603. cG1122
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACE Word processing, student discount.
769-9069. 21G1120
MERCURY'S MESSENGERS - Balloons &
Cakes delivered for all occasions. Visa, MC,
AMEX accepted. Call 24 hours. 668-8492. cGtc
NEW SUNGLASSES and SKI GOGGLES -
Vuarnet, Bolle, Ray-Ban at 20% off suggested
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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

SEWING: Slack hems, alterations, mending, and
non-clothing projects. Phone O'Della: 973-0565.
55J1209
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing 663-7158. cJtc
EDITOR - 40 years experierce in making good
writing better. Best quality, low rates, fast
service. 995-0772. cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On Campus. Professional Rush
Service Available. 668-8898. cJ1211
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
cJtc
TYPING - Computer spell checking. Fast.
Efficient service. 455-8270/459-1136. cJ1211
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0423
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
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JET PRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
c tc

WANTED: 4 Ohio State tickets! Call 761-4323.
50Q1120
WANTED: Six Ohio State football tickets. Call
(800) 482-3906 and ask for Rita. 17Q1121
DESPERATELY WANTED. OSU/Michigan
football tickets. 973-9582. cQtc
;ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc '
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets 973-9582.
cQtc
AVAILABLE: 1 Ohio State ticket, Section 26.
Call 665-6686. NCQ1121
AVAILABLE 4 UM/OSU tickets, sec. 28. Call
Lisa 764-9657. 64Q1121
AVAILABLE: 2 M/OSU tickets. 40 yard line.
Best Offer. Mark, after 7 p.m. 764-2030. 92Q1122
A PAIR OF OSU TICKETS for sale: Call
Stephanie or Kathleen at 663-1393. NCQ1122

WANTED: 4 blue tier season basketball tickets.
Call Chris 761-6077. 04Q1205
1 OSU-MICHIGAN ticket in Student Section. Call
Steve 764-2822. NCQ1122
ONLY 2 LEFT! OSU Tickets - Student section.
Call Rob or Jeff 663-5310. 11Q1125

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PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

MISCELLAN EOUS

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Tale
6 Show surprise
10 Dreary
14 Steve or Woody
15 Reverberate
16 Carry on
17 Triple Crown
winner: 1943
19 Location
20 Be unsteady
21 Agers
23 Kentucky col-
lege town
25 Most sym-
pathetic
26 Duplicate
28 Deer family
member
30 Ms. people
31 Punt propellant
32 In accord
34 Blushed
38 Surreptitiously
41 Inventor Nikola
42 Fatigued
43 "Exodus" hero
44 Sash, for Yum
Yum
46 Chess cham-
pion Mikhail
47 L-Q connection
48 Afternoon's
chaser
52 Lukewarm
54 Musically ex-
pressi ble
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59 Wading bird
60 Cut the price

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5 Stage direction.
6 Solidify
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8 Arab chieftain
9 Deep-dish main
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18 Least re-
strained
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26 Track habitue
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reverence
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36 Architect
Saarinen
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sights
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S1 |2 3 4 5

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old style

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Gaited horse
Biblical
kingdom
Dagger
Diion seasons
Chemical
ending

DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off on
contact lens supplies at the Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University. eFtc
MDM -1432- DLB NCF1121
RELAX INSIDE/OUT
New Age cassettes & LP's for meditation,
relaxation, guided imagery, creative movement.
Selections played for your convenience. Also
featuring subliminal studyweight loss, sleep, &
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314E. Liberty (inside Seva) 769-0969. cF1211
SEPARATED? DIVORCED? Weekend
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ages. November 22-24. $35.00 registration plus
sliding-scale professional fee. Bob Blood, PhD,
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A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for
appointment. cFtc
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS - Warner-Lambert/
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Community Research Clinic, is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age, to participate
as subjects in drug research studies. Monetary
compensation is provided to research volunteers.
For further information call Mrs. S. Moran, RN,
Research Volunteer Coordinator, (8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Mon.-Fri.), 996-7051. 49F1120
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
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PLANNED PARENTHOOD
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973-0710
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CENTER FOR
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF
ROMANCE LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT OF
GERMANIC STUDIES
announce
Informational meetings for Junior/Senior Year
in France at the Universite de Provence and
Germany, at Freiburg.
Earn in-residence credit in your concentration
or electives at a major European Univer-
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French or German required.

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MODELS WANTED - professional photographer
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10H1127
HELP! MATH/STATS 425 tutor needed
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59H1121
DO YOU WANT to teach English abroad? Call
485-1848. 75H1122
MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE for small
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Peter 662-4826. 58H1122
A YEAR IN NEW YORK. Au-Pair-nanny for
three year old boy. Own room and bath and
good salary. 45 minutes from Manhattan.
Non-smoker with excellent references, who likes
children. Please call collect, after 8 p.m.
Mrs. Schuman, (201) 376-6391. 14H1121
LOCAL MUSEUM NEEDS strong, reliable,
honest student for janitorial work and light
maintenance of exhibits - 10 or more
hours/week. Call 995-5439. References required.
54111120
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. 53H1211
ON-CAMPUS secretary position with a computer
firm, 10-20 hours per week. Salary $5/hour. Call
761-7583. 511H1120
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS wanted. Call
761-5343, 3-5 p.m. 99H1120
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN OF ALL AGES have you
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model and have your own pictures just like
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GLSCo RESTAURANT & Tavern offers excellent
part-time work opportunities. The following
positions are currently available: cocktail server,
host or hostess, bartender, busperson, cook,
dishwasher. Apply between 2-4 p.m., Monday
through Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. Corner
or State & Ellsworth. 98H1206
JOBS WITH THE GOVERNMENT state and
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call (805)654-1722 Ext. 2508. 97H1128
Have the summer of your life and
GET PAID FOR IT!
Come to the Poconos of Pennsylvania and be
a counselor at one of the top brother/sister
camps in the Northeast-June 24-August 20.
Counselor positions available in a wide range
of activities, including rocketry, arts and
crafts, photography, rock climbing, compu-
ter, wrestling, waterskiing, sailing, land sports
and drama. Call 215/887-9700 or write 407

MUSICAL

LESSONS: Voice, Piano, Harpsichord, Band
coaching, Theory/Songwriting. 994-5949. 77N1126
TELECASTER - Professionally custom-made
electric guitar $275. Peavey Amplifier $50.
665-5856. 70N1121
FOR SALE - Kenwood Stereo Receiver.
30 Watts. Call Mike, 769-6542. 48N1120
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371.
cN1211
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001. 302 E. Liberty.
cNtc

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The Best of Campus Life!
Furnished Apartments
Great Location
Corner of S. University & S. Forest
536 S. Forest Ave.
761-2680
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February 22 - March 1. COMPLETE TRAVEL.
761-6500. cK1211
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Thanksgiving. Leave Wednesday, return Sunday.
Call persistently 769-2042 or 769-5631. 93K1122
BOSTON FOR THANKSGIVING: round trip air
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