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Page6 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 10, 1986
Knopfler, Dire Straits lead grammy nominations

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP)-The
British band Dire Straits and its
leader, Mark Knopfler, led the
nominees yesterday for the 28th an-
nual Grammy Awards, while the
charity anthem "We Are the World"
received six nominations and Phil
Collins, Tina Turner, and Sting had
five each.
Dire Straits, whose "Brothers in
Arms" album features no-nonsense
musical craftsmanship in an age of
synthesizers, was nominated for
record of the year, album of the year
and best rock performance by a duo
or group for "Money For Nothing."
Knopfler received eight nominations
in all.

THE BAND is delighted," was the
only comment from Dire Straits'
manager Ed Bicknell in London..
"We Are the World," which brought
in $44 million in contributions to feed
the world's hungry, received top
album and record nominations, a song
of the year nod for writers Lionel
Richie and Michael Jackson, best per-
formance by a pop duo or group, best
recording for children as performed
by a group called Children of the
World, and a nomination for best
short-form video.
"The Grammy nomination is an op-
portunity for this song, by nomination
and possible performance on the
Grammys show next month, to keep

this issue alive," said promoter Ken
Kragen, who organized USA For
Africa, the group of 45 top pop artists
who recorded the song. "The message
of this song is the most important
message of our time."
OTHERS WHO received multiple
nominations were Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra conductor Robert Woods,
with seven for his role as a producer,
and producer David Foster, who
received six. Former Eagle Don
Henley and band leader Huey Lewis
each received four.
Other nominees included Whitney
Houston for best album, Julian Len-
non, son of slain ex-Beatle John Len-
non, for best new artist, and Stevie

Wonder for best male pop vocal per-
formance for "Part-Time Lover."
Cyndi Lauper was nominated for
best rock solo performance on "What
A Thrill" and veteran San Francisco
rockers Starship for "We Built This
City," a best rock vocal performance
by duo or group nominee.
MADONNA WAS nominated for
best female pop performance for
"Crazy for You." John Fogerty,
onetime leader of Credence Clear-
water Revival, capped a comeback
year with a male rock performance
nomination for his album "Center-
field."
Knopfler's nominations included
work with Dire Straits and Chet

Atkins. He and Sting wrote the song
nominated for song of the year,
"Money for Nothing," a working
man's view of the music industry.
Knopfler's nominations also include
his work both as a producer and a
musician on "Brothers in Arms' and
"Money fo Nothing," which also was
nominated for best rock performance
by a duo or group. He also was
nominated for best engineered recor-
ding for theDire Straits album, best
producer, and best-engineering
recording for "Brothers in Arms" an
best country instrumental with Chet
Atkins for "Cosmic Square Dance."
COLLINS, a versatile musician
whose looks were once compared to a

Cabbage Patch Kid doll, had several
hits from his slick, synthesizer and
drum machine-laced "No Jacket
Required" album.
Collins, who recently returned to 4
the studio for drummer duties with
the long-lived British group.Genesis,
was nominated for album of the year,
Sting, who launched a solo career
with is jazz-influenced "The Dream of
the Blue Turtles" LP, was nominated
for best album, best jazz instrumental
for the title track, best song along,
with Knopfler for "Money for,
Nothing," best video of more than 30
minutes for an appearance with his
old group The Police, and best-
engineered recording.

LOST & FOUND

FOR RENT

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

LOST: Silver locket with rhinestone center. In-
scription. $25 reward. Call 764-8623. 17A0114

FOR SALE

GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repiar).
Also delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000
Ext. GH-10152 for information. 39B0131
AKAI AA-V301 Receiver, new, $199; Toshiba
PCX-40 Cassette, $85; bookshelf speakers, $35;
oak desk chair, $58; Sony HVC-2200 color video
camera, $375.663-8359. 30B0120
AUDIOPHILE System, Magnaplaner MG2a,
NAD, NAK.,Stax, $1500.665-7121, neg. 37B0110
TYPEWRITER. Electric portable Smith Corona.
Good Condition. Asking $75.00. Call Larry at 764-
9032. 20B0115
FOR SALE - Guitar, Effects Board and amp.
Call 761-8433. 28B0115
USED FLUTE with case. $50, but negotiable. Call
995-0320 after 5:00. 22B0417
LARGE DESK with file drawer and swivel chair.
Call after 6:00 or weekends, 995-4296. 23B0113
MALE LEASE. One half of South Quad double.
Call 764-0677. 14B0114
KENWOOD AM/FM stereo receiver, great shape.
Call Mike 769-542. 01B0114
HALF EAST QUAD male double for sale. Call
Chris. 764-0635. 66B0110
CARS $152, JEEPS $64. Available at local gov-
ernment sales. Call (refundable) 1 (619) 565-1522
for directory to purchase. 88B0114
- 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

APPLY NOW FOR SPACES available in under-
graduate women's house for winter term. Beauti-
ful, clean Henderson House coop, under $200/
month for room and board. Call Pam at 663-1789 or
stop by 1330 Hill St. 33C109
CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for 1
and 2 Bedroom Apartments; CALL 7696478.
cCtc
JAN.-AUG. lease. 2 females needed. Close loca-
tion, laundry, quiet. 662-6456. 15C0115
SUNNY One-bedroom furnished apartment. Four
blocks from campus. Call Ann Hockett, 485-2000.
After 7 p.m., 995-1136. 19C0122
FEMALE TO SHARE two bedroom apartment,
near northeast side campus. Non-smoker. 761-
5153. 24C0117
Church near South University-ROOMS AVAIL-
ABLE - Utilities paid, furnished, parking. Avail-
able immediately. Modern Management, 668-0906.
cC0116
DIVISION NEAR HURON - 1-bedroom apart-
ment. Furnished, utilities paid, parking and laun-
dry facilities. Modern Management, 668-6906.
cC0116
HURON near Seventh. 2-bedroom apartment; fur-
nished, utilities paid, parking and laundry,
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Modern Manage-
ment, 668-6906. cC116
GEDDES near Observatory. Room - furnished,
utilities paid; AVAILABLE- IMMEDIATELY.
Modern Management, 668-6906. cC0116
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished, carpeted,
laundry. May or September. 572-1215. 90C0423
THREE BEDROOM, 4-PERSON APARTMENT.
furnished, carpeted, fireplace, laundry, parking.
September lease. 572-1215. 91C0423
FURNISHED 2-bedroom for rent. Dec./Jan. to
Aug. $540. 915 S. division, near I-M building.
Call Karen/Tony 662-3768.. NCC0113
FEMALE TO SHARE or sublet entire apartment.
$200.00 including utilities. 668-9929. 72C0110
SPACES NOW AVAILABLE
FOR WINTER
In Cooperatives. Room, board and
community; average of $265/month.
Includes food, phone, free laundry machines,
etc. CALL 662-4414 or stopby at 4022 Michigan
Union. Contracts also available for Fall 1986.
cCtc
MALE GRAD STUDENT - Winter Sublet -
Space in Law Quad Double. GREAT location.
$300/month, includes meals. Negotiable. 7649008,
Leave message. 46C0117

NEW Credit Card! No one refused. VISA/
MASTERCARD. Call 1-619-565-1657. 24 hrs.
08F0117
CREATING NEW RELATIONSHIPS. A weekend
workshop for single men and women of all ages,
Jan. 17-19. $45 registration plus sliding scale pro-
fessional fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D., Margaret Blood,
MA. 769-0046. cF016
INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS for Uni-
versity of Michigan Spring and Summer program
in Paris, Florence, London and Seville are now
available at the Center for Western European
Studies, 5208 Angell Hall. 11F0116
STUDY QUIETLY. By being a volunteer monitor
at the Michigan Union Study Lounge you can
serve fellow students, earn a higher GPA, unravel
the enigmatic bandies of the Monitor Log Book
(MLB), and structure your weekly study time.
Call Timat 763-5750,663-9240. 21F0116
ALL your cosmetic needs at the Village Apothe-
cary. 1112 S. University. cFtc
TWO WHITE MALES incarcerated at Huron Val-
ley seeking friendship through correspondence.
Both 26 years old. Will answer all letters. Write
Dave Coucet # 150478 or John Borrie # 147998,
3201 Bemis Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197.
82F0113
CONFIDENTIAL & INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
973-0710 cFtc

DORM DOINGS

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONISH NEEDED part
time for busy office. Very flexible schedule, good
phone skills a must. Call 662-3140. cHO114
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE - Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1 thru Labor Day. Send
self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott,
Sunny Brook Resort, 68300 C.R. 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796. 39H0210
INTERVIEWERS. The University of Michigan
Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) is
seeking dependable telephone interviewers to con-
tact owners of trucks for two national surveys on
truck accidents and truck usage. Some evening
and weekend work required on one survey. 20-40
hours/week. Basic interviewing skills, good tele-
phone communication skills, professional man-
ner and ability to accurately follow survey pro-
cedures required. Previous interviewing experi-
ence desired. $4.50/hour starting rate. Apply in
person Jan. 13, 14between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
room 311 UMTRI Building, 2901 Baxter Rd. (Cor-
ner of Huron Parkway). Affirmative Action Non-
Discriminatory Employer. 31H0113
SUBWAY SANDWICHES needs part time em-
ployees. Flexible hours, apply in person at 1305 S.
University. 761-4160. 71H0115
WORK STUDY POSITIONS available with Re-
cycle Ann Arbor, and the Ecology Center. Help
with our curbside recycling service and our en-
vironmental education programs. Must bework
study eligible. Call 761-3186. 831H0117
JOB AVAILABLE. Wanted self-motivated person
who is willing to contribute consistent time and
effort to earn big payoff. You would be distribu-
ting magazine subscription cards and other stu-
dent oriented products on your campus. Call
today or write - One Campus Promotions, Inc.
Harriman Heights Road. Harriman, NY 10926.
914-783-4569. 76H0113
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Earn $100.
Volunteers needed to test medication for facial
acne. Office visits and medication are provided
free to eligible participants. You must have mod-
erately severe acne (12 pimples or more). $100
paid at the successful completion of the 15 week
study. Call University of Michigan Department
of Dermatology Research, 763-5519, Monday-Fri-
day, 9:00-4:00 for further details. 86H0131
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or volunteer at
the Pound House Children's Center this winter.
Located at Hill and East University. Come over
for a visit or call 764-2547 for more information.
27H0117
KAY BAUM
A junior Sportswear store in Briarwood Mall is
now accepting applications for part-time sales-
people. Must be responsible, enthusiastic and will-
ing to work flexible hours. Apply in person.
04H0110
HOUSECLEANER, Two hours each week. $5.00/
hour. Prefer over 21. 668-8818. 96H0117
GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO. Restaurant and
Tavern offers outstanding part-time opportunities.
Current positions available include: Cooks, Day
Bus and Dish Crew. Apply between 2-4 p.m. Mon-
day thru Friday or after 5 p.m. daily. corner of
State and Ellsworth. 07H0121
ANTI-VIOLENCE
VOLUNTEERS
Center for non-Violence Education seek-
ing full-time staff. Lodging, $150/mo.,
health coverage. Public interest research
and publishing on aggression, developing'
courses on non-violence and operating
National Coalition on Television Violence.
In Champaign next to University of Illi-
nois. One year commitment with $1000 sep-
aration stipend. 217-384-1920. Resume to
Thomas Radecki, M.D., Box 2157, Cham-
paign, IL 61820.
cH0423

AUTOMOTIVE

RENAULT 5 GTL 1976 - Extras, Big Sun-roof,
character, maintained, reliable. $600 or best. 665-
7121. 38X0110
TOYOTA CELICA GT - '74, 5-speed, AM/FM,
excellent condition, no rust, 88,000 miles, $1995.
973-2408. 26X0115
HONDA CIVIC 1981 - 5-speed, 63,000 miles,
stereo, new battery, brakes, tires. Excellent con-
dition! $2900. Call 663-0050, PERSISTENTLY!
27X0115

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PERSONAL

FREE PORTABLE TV - when you order dorm
shirts from Word Silkscreening. Call 665-6031 for
details. cDO19
STUDENT SERVICES
VUARNET, RAY-BAN, BOLLE Sunglasses and
Accessories at 20% off list price. Call 764-7859.
29G0117
DAT
Stanley Kaplan Educational Center will be hold-
ing classes for the April DAT exam, beginning in
Jan. & Feb. CALL 662-3149. cG0122
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cGO411
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
cGtc.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT. Part time. College
work-study required. Natural resources and/or
economics background preferred. Great Lakes
Commission (north campus), 665-9135. 85H0116
$60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for processing mail
at home! Information, send self-addressed,
stamped envelope. Associates, Box 95, Roselle,
New Jersey 07203. 45H0206
SECRETARY - Receptionist needed for busy
office. Good phone skills a must. Call 662-3149.
cH0115
CUSTOMER SERVICE DRIVER - We need
someone to work part-time delivering individual
newspapers to our carriers and customers in the
Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area. Hours are weekend
mornings and some weekday afternoons. A reli-
able vehicle and a good driving record is required.
Hourly wage plus a liberal mileage reimburse-
ment. Apply at The Ann Arbor News Personnel
Office or call Lee Ann at 994-6745. We are an affir-
mative action/equal opportunity Employer.
16H0117
MCAT instructor needed for preparatory classes
for the MCAT exam. High scores and a strong
academic background a must. CALL 662-3149.
cH0115
MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM. Hours approxi-
mately 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday. Errands,
kitchen clean up, light clerical tasks. Familiarity
with University of Michigan library system and
capability with hand tools helpful. Spotless driv-
ing record and some heavy lifting required. Send
resume to Personnel Manager, P.O. Box 1686,
Ann Arbor 48106. 05K0117
NORMAL, HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS with no
history of psychiatric disorders needed for re-
search project. Project involves two catheter
studies on different days with overnight stays in
the Clinical Research Center. Ages 30-55. Compen-
sation $150. Call Carol Schleisman at 763-1540.
84H0116
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS WANTED for the
Michigan Guild and Art organization located in
downtown Ann Arbor. Good management skills,
typing, filing and other related office skills neces-
sary. Blocks of 2% and 3 hours. preferred. Contact
Judith at 662-3819 for further information. 09H0121
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Recently pub-
lished, GUIDE TO GREENCARD FROM F/J/H
VISAS. Free details. Immigration Publications,
P.O. Box 515991, Dallas, TX 75251. 92H0113
CLEANING PERSON, apartment complex halls
and general maintenance cleaning. Permanent
part-time. Call 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings.
SNOW REMOVAL. Top earnings, permanent
part-time. 973-9153 or 769-2743, evenings. cHtc
EXPERIENCED BABY-SITTER NEEDED for
infant. Tuesdays, 2 p.m.-7 p.m. and flexible other
hours. 662-4366. 97H0114
CAPITAL RECORDS seeks individual for campus
representative. Send resume to: 6430 Yale, Apt.
No. 3, Westland, MI 48185. 10H0114
SUMMER & CAREER JOBS AVAILABLE! Re-
sort Hotels, Cruise Liners & Amusement Parks
are now accepting applications for employment!
To receive an application and information, write:
Tourism Information Services, P.O. Box 7411,
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928. 89H0115
FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL JOBS now available.
Call 1-619-565-1630 for information. 24 hours.
95H0114
NEEDED: Subjects with late summer (rag weed)
asthma, for multi-year study of injection treat-
ment. Paid volunteers also will receive allergy
evaluation and required medications. For de-
tails, call University Hospital, 936-5634. 06H0116
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1(U repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 94H0402
$3.85 hr.
Any shift opening through closing, flexible
hours arranged around your classes.
Apply anytime.
Burger King, 530 E. Liberty.

BUSINESS SERVICES
THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning through advanced.
Doctorate from U of M. Lots of experience. For
information call 663-8392. 18J0115
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
TYPING: Fast - Quality work at reasonable
rates. 668-6109. 81J0120.
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

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MUSICAL

MIX-INS, Pop, juice, candy, gum, munchies and
everything you need from the drugstore. Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFtc
A T-SHIRT is a personal thing. Get your t-shirt
done with the personal touch at Word Silkscreen-
ing. 665-6031. cFtc
ADOPTION: Caring, accomplished woman
(Ph.D.-public health) hopes to adopt infant. Of-
fers loving, stimulating, stable home; excellent
education; supportive familyand friends. Will
pay all expenses legally permitted. Call 301-530-
9180 collect. 43F1211

cJ0423
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
***25% off 1st paper (with this ad)***
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cd'tc
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JETPRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
cJtc

LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired:
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty,.
cNtc
TICKETS
WANTED. Excellent seats for Michigan basket-
ball games. 2 together in the blue, prefer first 10
rows. Please call Connie at 1-225-7035, during
business hours. 36Q0120
WANTED - UM Basketball tickets. 973-9582.
cQtc
WANTED. 4 tickets to the Purdue/Michigan J
basketball game Jan. 11. Call 761-2868, ask for
Dave. 13Q0110

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

HELP WANTED

ROOMMAT ES

ACROSS
1 Angler's action
5 Athletic center
10 At the summit
14 Iris layer
15 Lawful
16 Guantanamo's
location
17 Reading mail
20 Helm letters
21 Ties the
knot
22 Informal
23 Summer
shades
24 Shadowboxed
26 Field fortifi-
cat ions
29 Certain
disagreements
30 Organic com-
pound
31 Type of skirt
32 Randy's
skating partner
35 Writing areas of
a kind
39 Highlands
negative
40 Thanes' toilers
41 Brink
42 Old German
coin
43 Lee's Traveller
et al.
45 Shakeup
48 Condor's
"castle"
49 "- Grows in
Brooklyn"
50 Sphere of
work
51 Part of AEP
54 Arithmetic,

3 Withered
4 Greek letter
5 Outsiders
6 Demolishes
7 Roost output
8 Aviators' org.
9 "-of Me"
10 Troupe
members
11 Academic aide
12 Corpulent
13 Reduced
18 Ballet lake
19 Click beetle
23 Soft mineral
24 Rotations
25 Unpleasant
feeling
26 Restraint for
a roan
27 Sicilian
resort
28 Prescribed
portion
29 More secretive
31 Doubleday
of baseball
32 Made haste
33 In thick of
34 Doctrines
36 Bookworm

37 Capri, for one
38 Toe the line
42 Footsteps
43 No--
(pests)
44 Streetcar
45 Ripening early,
long ago
46 Coolant

48 British
composer et al.
50 Mod hairstyle
51 Soccer player
of fame
52 Certain
exam
53 Actual being
55 Pastor's deg.
56 Sculler
57 Misbehaving

PART-TIME Position in Publishing Firm. Basic
typing skills required. Start $4.50/hour, call be-
tween 10 and 5.971-2367. 35110113
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY - work study posi-
tion. WQBN escort service. Good pay. 8-10 hours/
week. Seeking independent individual interested
in campus safety. Call Amy, 761-3779. 34HO110

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SPRING BREAK '86 - Freeport, Bahamas.
$379. February 22-March 1. 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
SITUATIONS
WANTED
ONE PARKING SPACE needed. Winter term,
central campus Call 995 1724.32P116
by Berke Breathed

TWO ROOMS available in nice four-bedroom
house. $250/month each. 815 McKinley. 662-6943.
9880110
LOOKING FOR female roommate to share one
bedroom apartment in central campus area. $200!
mo. negotiable. 668-9929. 81S0110
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