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LOST & FOUND

FOR RENT

FOR RENT

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

LOST GLASSES, 2/7 on Thayer between N. Uni-
versity and MLB. 994-0254. 17A0214
FOUND - beaded hoop earring, 1/28 on South U.
:,and East U. Call Francie, 764-3617. NCA0213
FOR SALE
eSONY WATCHMAN, black and white, brand
new, $80. 665-2975. 49B0218
YAMAHA CLARINET Very good condition.
'Call662-6878after6p.m. 33B0218
JESSE JAMES & Belle Starr at the Performance
Network, 663-0681. 40B0213
HOME FOR SALE. Ann Arbor West Side.
'4 campus and hospital. Open house Sunday 1-5.
l104 Wendy Rd. $68,500. 483-5409, 665-7894,
996-4132. 34B0213
'AIRLINE TICKET. Round trip to West Palm
,Beach for spring break. $279 - Negotiable. 662-
8263. 13B0214
SPEAKER COMPONENTS - 15 inch, electra-
fice woofers, electra-voice mid range, infinity
fellenium cobalt tweeters, $500/best offer. Cabi-
nets thrown in. 971-9620 or 996-5366. 14B0213
,A UNITED Coach plane ticket, good for any-
where in the continental U.S. $220. 764-4738.
68B0211
SKI EQUIPMENT for sale...Hardly used:
Dynaster Omni skis with Tyrolia 160 binding,
tHanson boots, size 8, and Scott poles. 769-5158.
Best offer. NCB0213
TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII-90 for $2.40 each,
TDK SA-90 for $2.00 each, TDK D-90 for 80 each.
-Call 996-4266. 10B0305
-AUTOMOTIVE
'BUICK CENTURY, '75, 4-door. Nothing to look
eat but it's been dependable transportation for
,10 years. Call Sherie at 761-5107 evenings. 43X0214
1973 DELTA 88. 2 door, runs excellent. $395. 426-
-16. 87X0214
VOLARE, '76 - Standard, excellent condition.
New transmission & clutch. Dependable.
80,000 miles. $950. Six cylinder car. 761-8084.
93X0213
, VW RABBIT DIESEL, 1981 - Many new items.
Asking $3000. Call 662-8957. 95X0213
JEEP CJ5, 1976 - W/plow. Many new items.
- Asking $2600. Call 662-8957. 94X0213
..SUNBIRD 1980. New tires, timing gear, exhaust,
always starts, runs great. Must sell, $1875. Call
'662-0229 evenings. 89X0214
FOR SALE: 1975 Volvo 242 DL. Auto, air, power
.windows, cassette, EXCELLENT CONDITION.
$2,500.663-2916. 16X0218

FALL '86
ASHLEY NEAR MAIN - 3-bedroom house,
furnished, carpet, drapes, parking. Call us today
for an appointment. Will provide transportation
and escort you thru the house. MODERN
MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
FALL '86
LIBERTY NEAR 4th STREET and MADISON
NEAR 7th - Efficiencies 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. Furnished, carpets, drapes, parking.
Call us today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the
apartments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906
or 663-3641. cCtc
GOING AWAY fall semester? I'm looking for
someone to split a lease for a 1 bedroom or
efficiency. Close to campus I need housing for
fall only. If you need winter (spring-summer)
call Amy 764-0778. 80C0218
CAMPUS. 6 Bedroom home, living room, dining
room, kitchen, 2 baths, furnished, carpeted, no
pets. 663-5861. cCtc
THE FOREST APTS., 610 S. Forest, has Large
Eff., and 2 bedroom bi-level apartments for fall.
Completely furnished and includes heat, water,
storage, resident manager, and 24 hr. emergency
maint. For more info call 996-3582 or 483-7232.
cCtc
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT for rent. Located
one block from Frieze Building. Unfurnished,
Parking Space. $285, includes all utilities. 996-
1896. 85C0221
1 BDR. Apt. $375, Rooms $170-up. On campus for
men. 995-3276. cC0213
ROOM: One block from campus, furnished, car-
peted, utilities paid, month-month lease. Shared
living/bath, $200/month. 761-7535. 58C0212
CHURCH NEAR HILL 2 block from campus. 1, 2,
3, and 4 bedroom furnished apartments for rent
startinng May and September with 12 month
lease. Average monthly rent about $290 per bed-
room; smallest bedroom about $190 monthly;
highest cost about $350 per bedroom monthly.
Owner pays gas and water; tenant pays elec-
tricity. Most of the rooms are sunny, light, with
large windows. Old house converted to apart-
ments, but will be clean and in good condition at
time you move. Owner willing to improve, modify,
purchase new furniture, new carpet, paint, etc. to
suit needs of new tenant. Rent slightly negotiable
up or down depending on changes owner must
make for new tenant. Free off street parking, gar-
bage disposers in most units, no pets. Call only
between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. any day. Ask for
Jocelyn or Bob. 995-2898 or 662-2367. cCtc
FEMALE SUBLETTER. Now until May. Beauti-
ful apartment only $160 plus electricity. Call 764-
7785 evenings. 23C0217
MAY-AUGUST sublet. Large, furnished efficien-
cy. A/C, laundry. Excellent location. Thompson
Apts. 665-8821. 24C0219
NEXT TO CCRB. Washtenaw and Geddes. Effic-
iency, 2 bedroom Apt. Full bath, kitchen, free
laundry, parking. Great location! Available Sept.
1, Call Dennis 769-8166: After 5 p.m. 434-1260.
81C0222
6 TO 8 PERSON HOUSING. Church Street near
Hill, 1/2 block from UM campus. Entire first floor
of large house now consists of separate one and
two bedroom apartments which could be opened
or connected into larger unity for group living.
Basement has large pine-panelled room with pri-
vate bath and private entrance. If rented to a
group of 6 to 8 people, this could provide the
advantages of being together in a large house
plus the advantages of having some separate
areas or separate apartments for total privacy
when you want it. Depending on which areas
you rent, there could be up to 6 or 8 separate
bedrooms, 2 or 3 kitchens with garbage disposers,
4 bathrooms, a large dining room, a large living
room. Many light and sunny rooms with large
windows. Free off-street parking, clothes washer/
dryer might be possible, no pets. Owner willing to
improve or modify to suit needs of new tenants.
Examples: new furniture, new carpet, painting,
extra closet space, connecting 2 adjacent apart-
ments to make larger common areas, etc. Aver-
age monthly rent about $290 per bedroom on basis
of one person per bedroom. Rent could be lower
for smaller bedrooms, higher for larger bed-
rooms. Owner pays for gas and water; tenant
pays electricity. Rent slightly negotiableupor
down depending on cost of improvements new
tenant requests. 12 month lease starting May or
September. Please call only 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. any
day. Ask for Bob of Jocelyn 995-2898 or 662-
2367. cCtc
2- BEDROOM APT. Available May '86 to Sept. '87.
Fireplace, hardwood floors, parking, pets al-
lowed. $600/month. 665-9790. 21C0221

MAY TO AUGUST Sublet. Across from CCRB. Bi-
level with 1% bath, a/c, and dishwasher. Rent ne-
gotiable. Utilities paid except for electric. Call
Kristin 662-3047. 12C0212
*$525 PER MONTH*
MODERN 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
Campus furnished apartments for fall. Includes
heat, water, parking, washer and dryer, and stor-
age lockers. Great location for U hospital and
central campus. Campus Management, Inc. 663-
4101. cCtc
TWO SUBLETTERS NEEDED. May-August.
One bedroom, great location. Call 662-4553.
6900220
ANYONE INTERESTED in living in Markley
next year? If so, and you currently live in another
dorm, we might be able to make a trade for
next year. Call 764-1834 or 764-1836. NCCO213
BEST KEPT SECRET ON CAMPUS!
Undergraduate women can now apply to live in
Henderson House co-op for next year. Not only
is room and board only $200/month, but beautiful,
clean organized co-op is seven minutes from Diag
and includes home-cooked meals, piano, cable TV,
fireplace and great housemates. It's worth looking
into! Call Pam at 663-1789 or stop by 1330 Hill
Street today. 72C0214
,,,,,,,,**,,itt** ###,#,,,,,,,,,, !,,, i*,, ,,,, *
Are you considering living in an ICC co-op?
then be sure to come to the
CO-OP MASS MEETING
and
OPEN HOUSE
SAT. FEB. 15,1P.M.
Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union
for more info call 662-4414.
cC0214
CAMPUS BEST
320 E. Madison, 1 block from Michigan Union, 2
bedroom apartments. Reduced rent.
FREE HEAT
Call 665-2194 or office 971-1712.
ncCtc
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR FALL SPACE
Live in an ICC Cooperative. Room, Board Com-
munity and more. Call 662-4414 or stop by 4022
Michigan Union. Winter spaces presently avail-
able. cC0214
MAY-MAY LEASE. Newly furnished, 2 bedroom;
secured building. ZWAS REALTY 769-6478.
cCtc
CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for
2 bedroom apartments. CALL ZWAS REALTY
769-6478. cCtc
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. Efficiency, Iand 2
bedroom near campus. Available Sept. 1. David
M. Copi 663-5609. 75C0217
FALL ONE Bedroom apartments. Fine older
building. Excellent campus location. 662-9429.
55C0221
FURNISHED 2-bedroom sublet May-Aug. Spac-
ious, A/C, laundry. Call 761-1699 evenings.
71C0217
2 FEMALE SUBLETTERS Needed - May-Aug.
Corner of S.U. & Washtenaw. To share 4 bedroom
apt. Call 665-5690. 47C0208
CAMPUS FALL RENTALS 1986 - Whether you
need an efficiency apartment or an entire house,
your needs can be met by simply calling Spears-
Woltersom at 663-3050. Apartments shown by
appointment only. cC0423
THOMPSON APTS., 350 Thompson Street. Large
Eff., 1 bdrm, and 2 bdrm. apartments available
for fall. Completely furnished, water, storage,
laundry room, resident managers and 24 hr. emer-
gency maint. For more info. call 996-3945 or 483-
7232. cCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '86
Listings now available for efficiencies, and one to
three bedroom apts. Pick up listings in our office.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
1335 S. University
(Corner of Washtenaw)
"Across from the Mudbowl"
665-8825
M-F 8:45-5:15
Sat. 12:00-4:00

GIVE YOUR SWEETHEART a gift she'll love -
an elegant box of delectable Russel Stover
candies from THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 S. University Ave. cF0214
GIVE YOUR VALENTINE a gift of massage.
Phyllis, Licensed Myomassologist, 668-8436.
88F0214
THERE'S A quiet storm...Reener Beans -
Lithium - Chicken soup S'AGAP'O ROB 66F0212
EMPYREA SEEKING authors of submissions:
author of "caught;" authors Masley, Bailey.
764-3026. 73F0213
MALE, 34, attractive, lighthearted, non-smoking,
non-alcoholic, family and career oriented, recent
grad looking for female companionship. Planning
to move to Florida this summer. Write Ken S.
at P.O. Box 3505, AA 48106 71F0217
MAKE A LASTING EXPRESSION with your Val-
entine with earrings from Lasting Expressions.
Reasonable prices, 209 S. State, upstairs. 53F0212
**SEND A BANNER"
Great for Valentine' Day, birthdays, advertising,
etc. Call Matt - 769-2622. 14F0214
LIFE AND DEATH WORKSHOP for persons
facing death personally or in the lives of others.
Feb. 14-16, $45 registration fee, +$35-$125 sliding
scale professional fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D., Mar-
garet Blood, M.A. 769-0046. cF0213
DIAL-A-JEWISH:-STORY, 995-5959. cF0221
POINSETTIA BEACH INN on FortLauderdale
Strip. Spring break discount 1-305-527-1800.
94F0221
GOT A MESSAGE? Say it with a T-shirt. Custom
lettering while you wait. Eric's Sports - 419 E.
Liberty, 2 biks. off State. cF0423
TRANSFER your prescription to the VILLAGE
APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University. cFtc
WANTED APPLICANTS for Michigan Honey
Queen. Pageant at MSU on March 18. Prizes $500
and a trip to New Orleans. Call (313) 731-8967 for
applications and information. 15F0212
A JOY TO SEE YOU! Remember we first met in
a hot summer three years ago at (now) the
Steve's ice cream shop . . . I met you outside
the Mason Hall for the last time in last early
December. Where are you now? Zhi-Bin 763-
4544. 68F0214
ARE YOU POPULAR?
Have lots of friends?
Attractive and outgoing?
Word Silkscreening needs a campus rep. and you
may be the one. Great Commissions, flexible
hours. 665-6031. cFtc
A FEW ATTRACTIVE coed models needed for
modeling in lingerie photo collection. Confiden-
tial, $25 Hr. Please submit photo to JR, PO Box
2891, Ann Arbor MI 48106. 77F0224
YOUNG TRAVELLERS NEWSLETTER!
Includes: 800 No.; travel partner service; features
on exotic OVERSEAS budget travel, work,
study! Send check ($12/yr.) to: Y.T.N., P.O. Box
3887, New Haven, Ct. 06525. 88F0304
ADOPTION: Caring, accomplished woman
(Ph.D - public 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. 67F0214
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710 cFtc
STUDENT SERVICES

ARE YOU IN arts/architecture school? We
urgently need your help to design a calender.
Will be paid. 764-3772 (Neil). 40H0218
GRADUATING THIS SPRING? And don't know
what to do with your degree? Prepare for an
exciting and challenging career in the Infor-
mation profession. Michigan's one year,
accredited graduate program is consistently
rated in the top 5 library and information
science programs in America. Our Graduates are
in demand as information specialists in corporate,
academic, legal, and public information centers,
libraries and archives. Scholarship assistance
and intern/employment opportunities are
available. Contact us for a copy. AA/EEO
Institution. 39H0218
POLL SITTERS NEEDED Rackham Student
Governnent elections. Tuesday, February 18 and
Wednesday, February 19, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Full
or part time. $3.50 per hour. Call 763-5271 and
leave message. 46H0217
SUMMER JOBS - Large resort on the east
entrance to Glacier National Park, MT is looking
for students interested in summer employment
for the following positions: Waitrons, bartenders,
kitchen help, cooks, retail clerks, maids, cashiers,
cocktail waitrons, desk clerks, office personnel
& Maintenance. Monthly salary including room
and board. Interviews will be held on campus
THU & FRI, Feb. 13th & 14th, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Stop by Career Planning & Placement office for
further information. St. Mary R.B., Inc. is an
equal opportunity employer. 37H0214
SUMMER WORK
We're looking for students who would like to
make $350 a week, earn 3 hours of college credit,
and also gain career experience. If you are a
self-starter and would like to work outside
Michigan then attend an interview Thursday,
February 13 only at the Terrace Ballroom in the
Campus Inn at 3 p.m. or 7 p.m. Please be on
time. 45H0213
WORK around a rooming house. Good pay. 995-
3276. cH0214
FEMALE STUDENTS urgently needed for a
Women of Michigan calendar. Will be paid.
764-3772, (Neil). 08H0304
COUNSELORS Camp Arowhorl: co-ed
children's waterfront camp in Algonquin Park,
Ontario, Canada. Experience essential. SOME
INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
Tennis, Drama, Male WSI. Call 995-5943 (until
11:45 p.m.) to arrange interview. 64H0219
TEMPORARY STUDENTS needed in office
setting. Would prefer college work-study students,
but will consider others. Flexible hours. GREAT
PAY. Call Paula 936-5565. 79H0214
PIZZA DELIVERY Person. Car necessary. Part
or full time: Wages, tips and mileage. Apply in
person after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Wash-
tenaw Place, across from Couzens Hall. 56H0214
GUITAR AND BASS LESSONS by accomplished
professional. All Modern Styles. Russ 769-0861.
51N0221
THE GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO. Restaurant
and Tavern Seeks full and part time cooks. We
offer excellent wages and work environment. Up-
ward mobility probable. Apply between 2-4 p.m.
Monday thru Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. Corner
of State and Ellsworth. 84H0217
SUMMER SALES POSITION - Average earn-
ings $3,400. Gain valuallle experience in adver-
tising, sales, and public relations selling yellow
page advertising for University of Michigan cam-
pus telephone directory. Spend ten weeks in Ann
Arbor. Car necessary. No summer school stu-
dents. Looking for enthusiastic and goal-oriented
students who need challenging, well-paying sum-
mer job. Sign-up for interview by February 12 at
the Career Planning and Placement. 61H0213
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402

BUSINESS SERVICES
"YOU can turn an INTERVIEW into a JOB."
CALL - Video Interviewing, Inc. - 968-5431.
cJtc
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing. 663-7158. cJtc
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0423
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*" 10% off 1st paper (with this ad) *
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc
WORD PROCESSING
Everything in memory, low prices, free proofing,
rush service.
PRONTO PRINTING CENTER

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761-Type

*Michigan Union*

769-Copy
22J0221

THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On campus. Professional. Rush
service available. 668-8898. cJ0423
WRITE ON ...
Editorial and Typing Service
Freelance Writing
996-0566
cJ0423
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
COMPLETE WORD PROCESSING - Expressive
Images Studio, Reasonable rates. 971-1870. cJ0423
RESUMES, LETTERS
TERM PAPERS
Photo or Laser Typeset, Copies.
Open 'til 8 p.m. Mon. & Thurs.
Sat. 12-3. TeleTypesetting Co.,
Nickels Arcade 761-7664
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JET PRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
.761-5050
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FOR RENT

MUSICAL

AVAILABLE TODAY. ICC co-op. Single room
on North Campus, plus spaces in double rooms
on central campus. $270-5285 per month. Price
includes all food, laundry and parking.nAct now,
call Ruste at 668-0011. 50C0304
FALL '86
DIVISION NEAR HURON - Efficiencies and
1-bedrooms. Restored, historical home, furnished,
utilities included, parking and laundry. Call us
today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the apart-
ments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or
663-3641. cCtc
r FALL '86
DON'T MISS OUT by waiting to the last minute
to decide. We have rooms 1, 2 & 3 bedroom-
apartments, located in top campus areas.
Geddes near Observatory. Huron near 7th.
Oakland near Arch. Packard near Hill. Walnut
near Geddes. Washington near State. Church
near S. University. Furnished, some with laundry
and parking. Call us today for a tour. Why knock
on doors when we'll provide the transportation.
68-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc

ATTRACTIVE, low cost buttons for your group
or club. Minimum order only 100. Word
Silkscreen. 665-6031. cGtc
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0423
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 9714139.
cGtc

COUNSELORS - For boy's camp in Maine.
Openings in most activities (WSI, tennis,
basketball, etc.) Upper classmen preferred.
Write: Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon St., Brookline,
MA 02146 or call 617-277-8080. 51H0214.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/Female-Outstanding, Slim and Trim Down
Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athlet-
ics, Nutrition, Dietetics, 20+. 7 weeks, CAMP
CAMELOT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Mass-
achusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Califor-
nia. contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere, NY 11581, 800-421-
4321. cH0423
HOUSEKEEPER: 4-5 hours/week $6.00/hour.
Burns Park area. Call 769-1672 evenings, week-
ends. 78140212
TUTOR FOR Basic Finance needed immediately!
Call 971-4786. 36H0218

LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachersin state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
cNtc
MISCELLANEOUS
CHINESE NEW YEAR. FESTIVAL - Feb. 15,
5:00 p.m. Huron High School. Tickets available at
door or call Mr. Lin at 761-6516. Sponsored by
Free China Student Association. 20M0214
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1 Gemstone
'5 Sci. course
9 Pallid
14 - Bator
T Miss Kett
16 Emporium
17 Prank players
19 Lapwing
20 River of the
Urals
21 "Broadway
Joe"
23 "reasure
Island"
monogram
24 Rays
26 Rural byways
28 Compete
29 Mammoth
r. mammal, of
yore
32 Seraph
35 River end
36 Volga
tributary
37 Svelte
38 Area below
deck
39 Branch
40 Unit of work
41 Extra inning
42 Spheres
43 Byres
45 Diner
46 Blusher
47 Roofing piece
51 Trouble
52 Salt dispenser
54 Offer for
office
55 Put on a show
57 Merrymaking
59 Norse goddess
60 Ride to hounds
61 Headliner
62 Diving birds
63 Safe havens
64 A Grant

8 Revenge of a
sort
9 Cleopatra's
nemesis
10 Sound
equipment
11 Drowns out
with mirth
12 Goddess of
discord
13 Profit
18 Spiral shell
dweller
22 Impatience
25 Inadraw
27 Extreme degree
29 Sheds, as
feathers
30 Steinbeck
character
31 Torments
32 Guinness
33 Pianist Peter
34 Comedian's
aide
35 Hiawatha's
bride
38 North Atlantic
hazards

39 Ripped
41 Greek letter
42 Kinshasa's
country
44 One of Henry's
Annes
45 Storage
places
47 Clobber
48 Garbo

49 Of the moon
50 Adit, e.g.
51 Israeli seaport
53 Manchurian
border river
55 Toward the
stern
56 "-
Rheingold"
58 MITdeg.

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Counselor positions available in a wide range
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and drama. Call 215/887-9700 or write 407
Benson East, Jenkintown, PA 19046.
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* VALENTINE'S SPECIAL *
Balloon bouquets. Say It With
Balloons. Call 995-1972.
78M0212

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2/12/86

RANDOM ORDER by Greg Huber
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"'You no understand art,' he says... I say, 'you fall off
mammoth once too many.' "

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SPRING BREAK '86 - Nassau, Bahamas,
$405. February 20 - February 27. COMPLETE
TRAVEL 761-6500. cKtc
SPRING BREAK
Fort Lauderdale $199, Orlando $189.
Freeport, Bahamas, air and hotel on the
beach from $469. Great Places Travel
Consultants, U of M Union Mall. Call.
994-4777. cKtc

N'EEDED: Non-smoking female undergraduate
to share apartment. Begin fall '86. Call
769-6404. 42S0214
FEMALE SUBLETTER wanted to share apt.
Sept. -Dec..Call Kathleen, 764-9694. NCS0218
1 or 2 FUN non-smoking female roommates
wanted to share large apartment with fabulous
location on South University. 764-1899 or 764-0770.
57S0217
NEED A FOURTH roommate. 2-bedroom apt.
1331 Washtenaw, Apt 4. Live with three male
students winter and/or summer sublets.
$165/month. Good location. Call 668-8549. 65S0213

ROOMMATES

LIBERAL ARTS
MAJORS ...
You're Needed
All Over the
World.
Ask Peace Corps volunteers why
their ingenuity and flexibility ore
as vital as their degrees. They'll
tell you they are helping the
world's poorest peoples attain
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DESPERATELY NEEDED: 1 pair of basketball
tickets for the MSU game (Feb. 20) and for the
Indiana game (Mar. 8). Call 764-1051. 84Q0214

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