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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 26, 1986

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LOST & FOUND

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

PERSONAL

CHEAP COMPUTER TERMINALS- 15
Bucks per month including modem. Call 761-
6100 NOW or stop by 334 S. State between 3
and )prn. daily.
KEYS FOUND- Arboretum Metal Ring,
Laither holder. Call C. Cohen. 763-0176.
LA'Af-Ilappy 20th B-day Bunny! Always-
Loll 1R.
LOST- -SE T OF KEYS on a keyring with
teardrop leather thing on it. Was lost on
Cormutcr lot or Central campus. Call Lau-
rFOAL63R8217R
FOR SALE

CARPET CLEARANCE SALE. EVERY
CARPET MUST BE SOLD. CALL 663-
3889. PRICE
20-30% OFF IBM, Apple, Commodore soft-
ware. Call Automation Link, 747-9000.
BROWN COUCH w/2 matching chairs $ ta-
bles. $350 for set. 483-4913, after 6 p.m.
1OFT- 5 Ft. Tall, Qucensize, Ladder. 663-
1288.
LOVE-SEAT & TEACART for sale. Call
747-8773.
MALE DORM LEASE w/kitchen & free
parking. GREAT location. on bus route.
uiet for study. Will pay S. Ron 764-2741.
M ULTITECI PC/XT/AT ,1BM superior
clone U-M discount. Automation Link, 747-
9000.
PROFESSORS EXAM File for Engineering
(8 required courses), Chem. Physics; Calcu-
lus. Available at University Cellar.
UM News in
The Daily
764-0552

1979 CUTLASS-good condition. New
brakes, exhaust, tuned in last 8 months. $850.
971-1881.
1980 RED PONTIAC Phoenix 4-door, power
steering and brakes/air/cruise/rear defrost.
$600 or best offer 994-8018.
1984 HONDA ACCORD HBK Red 5sp AC
SNRF Snows 36K Immacculate $7700. 434-
8953.
77 GRENADA 4 SPEED 61kmi. New tires,
new exhaust system, $650/bo. 763-0389.
85 HIONDA CRX-5-speed AM/FM Cass.,
28K. Great MPG, Rustproofed. $7100. 665-
700'1
DATSUN 310 GX, 1980. 61,000 Miles.
Sharp inside and out. $2600. 995-0878.
HORIZON, '80, 4-door. Good condition, 4-
s eed. AM/FM stereo & sunroof. Call Ken
a ter 5:30 662-3625.

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ST EREO NEARLY NEW
litachi auto reverse cassette deck.
Kenwood receiver 50 watts.
.-2- Infinity speakers. Best offer.
- - 747-1875

FOR RENT

STEREO- Nikko, Philips, Aiwa component.
Slid as a system or individually. Excellent
cond. good prices. MOPED- Garelli top-of-
linp, low mileage, great shape. $3 0. Call
David, 747-8591.
1c order your LOOKS OF CLASS Michi-
gan-s Finest Women Calander for $4.95. Call
jhrt at 761-5108. Free Campus Delivery.
White, 'queen size platfonn bed for sale.
Brind new. Mattress & Box spring included,
algo new. Call 996-1946 aft. 6.

FOR SALE: Male lease in Baits. Large Sin-
gle Room. Call 763-1629 or 995-0320 during
evenings.
LARGE EFFICIENCY CAMPUS AREA.
Private entrance. Fumished. $365 + electric-
ity. 994-9272.
NEED ONE MALE STUDENT desiring apt.
Central Campus. $186/mo. + elec. 2 bdrm.
w/full bath. 90 sec. from Diag 665-7794.
ONE BDRM AVAILABLE IN two bdrm
apt. good location, reasonable. 996-8057.
ROOM AVAIL Prospect St., 10 min. walk to
central campus, 8 month lease, plenty of
room, $300/month. call 662-0741.
SINGLE in a four bedroom house-$200 plus
budgeted utilities. Call 747-9840 Persistently.
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
Furnished Apartments
536 S. Forest 761-2680

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Earn $75.00 while getting a complete physi-
cal including blood and urine values. The
Gynecology linic at the U of M Health Ser-
vice is conducting research concerning cervi-
cal infections. If you have vaginal discharge
and think you may qualify, contact M.
Dorothy Jackson, R.N. at 764-2771.
ERIC'S SPORTS factory closeouts.
Swimwear, bodywear and footwear. Custom
t-shirts, 2 blks off State. 419 E. Liberty.
KIMBA IS BACK I
KOSHER PIZZA NIGHT every Sun. 5:45-
7 'ARN.Chabad hlouse 715 Hill Info 99-
LESBIAN AND GAY LAW STUDENTS
and the Michigan Gay Union present a dance
Saturday September 2, 1986 at the Lawyers
Club Lounge from 9pm-lam, $3 donation, re-
freshments provided.
CENTER FOR EATING DISORDERS
Presents an 8 week lecture series/disc. for
eople concerned about Eating Disorders.
Timne: Wed.'s beginig Oct. I at 7:30PM.
Loc.: 1st Cong. Church (State & William).
Fee: $20/8 week session. For Info. and Reg.
Call 971-0606.
DAWN- HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Love You,
Steve.
On the-night of the Tug,
Bush House looked for a net.
They all were afraid
that they soon would be wet.
Jeff Newman's Expectations
are looking quite Dim.
For he knows the Future
BUSI HOUSE WILL SWIM!
2970926
STU DENT SERVICES
* SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESS-
ING
*$5 off 1st paper. Professional. Disserta-
tions, papers, resumes, letters ,briefs. Fast,
campus pick-up. Discounts. 426-5217.
A-1 TYPLNG - On cam us. Professional.
Rush service available. 668 8898.
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Cassette 'lranscription 971-4139
ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS. I
am Mich. certified with Master's in teaching
English as a second language. Experience-
TOBEL $12.50 hr. 994-6495 after7 pm.
ENGLISH TUTOR M.A. Experienced in
teaching E.F.L. and editing papers. 763-8707
FRENCH CONVERSATION w/exp.
speaker. All levels. $3/1/2 hr. 764-0655 aft.
6.00-.
FRENCH TUTOR. All levels. BA French,
UM, Michigan certified. 994-8641 Marleen.
MCAT
The Stanley Kaplan Educational Center has
earl bird classes to prepare for the April
1987 MCAT exam. Get a head start! call
662-3149.
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
H-ems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects, O'Della, 973.0565.
T-SHIRTS for your dorm. Best prices. Word
Silkscreening, since 1980. 665-6031.
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality. 663-1871.

GREEK GAB

STUDENT SERVICES
TYPING- ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592.
RESEARCH PAPERS
16,278 to choose from -al subjects
Order Catalog Today with Visa/MC or COD
800-351-0222
Or, rush $2.00 to: Research Assistance
11322 Idaho Ave. #206-SN. Los Angeles. CA 90025
Custom research also available-al levels

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

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BE A PART of one ofnthe oldest fraternities
at U of M. Rush the new Phi Sigma Kappa.
Meeting 7:00 pm. Tues., Sept. 30, 109
Michigan Union. Call 769-8421.
GREEKS WISE UP! You saw what hap-
pened to the because they refused to buy
stereo equipment from Audiologic. Buy from
someone else and you risk the wrath of
CAPTALN AUDIO.

ACTIVISTS
The MIchigan Citizens Lobby wants your
participation in winning a new progressive
majority. Now hiring staff to focus on utility,
toxic hazards and economic concerns in
Michigan. 663-6824.
ACTIVISTS
TOXICS CAMPAIGN
SEEKS STUDENTS
Earn $175-$225/wk. Campaign for a law to
crack down on midnight toxic waste
dumpers. Full time, part time. Make friends,
make money,and make a difference. CALL
LEE at PIRGLM 668-6515.
ADORABLE INFANT looking for part time
babysitter Mon. & Wed. Must have trans-
portation and references.-662-1878.
AIDES- Immediate openings in home health
hare for the elderly, pleasent conditions, part
time, 663-4550. 2-6pm-.
BABYSIT- For easy extra S's. Random af-
temoons, evenings, week-ends. Campus area.
Physician's family. 769-5353.
BRIGHT ENERGETIC, NON-SMOKING
PERSON' preferably with some college edu-
cation needed for in home business.lDuties:
childcare light housekeeping & some clerical
work. MW F 12-5pm $4.00/r. 665-8661 or
996-4090.
CLERICAL DUTIES for research project in
psychiatry. Hours very flexible. $3.50/hr 761-
7 evenings.
DIMENSIONS, A LEADING: Off-price
fashion retailer is now hiring for sales and
supervisory positions. Experience helpful but
not required. Flexible hours & liberal dis-
count. Apply in person Dimensions in Fash-
ion Westgate Shopping Center 2513 Jackson
at Stadium.
DOWNTOWN LAW FIRM SEEKS PART
TIME FILE CLERK. Tues. & Thurs., 8:30-
5:30. Schedule may change next semester.
Duties include light typing. Please apply at
320 N. Main, Suite 300, Ann Arbor.
HOUSECLEANING PERSON $7/hr, 2 hrs.
weekly, must have car and references.. Call
763-6880 or WINIFIELD DAYS.
MANAGER: New coin laundry near West-
ate Center. No experience needed. Reply to
.Su er Suds, P.O. Box 2244, Monroe, MI
48161.
NEED MONEY? Part or Full-Time emplo -
ment with Paragon Productions, Inc. 1520
hrs. per week. $300 per mo. min. Automobile
required. For more information contact Matt
DiFrancesco, 662-5325 or home office,
(517)339-9500.
NICKELBY'S PUB now hiring wait staff
cooks & dishwashers. All shilts apply in per-
son. 620 Briarwood.
NORMAL VOLUNT1EERS & ASTIHMAT-
ICS needed for study of asthma. Carried out
bypulmenary division at University of
Michigan Medical Center. Financial compen-
sation. Call 936-5250. Weekdays 8am. to
5pm for details.
PART TIME MANAGEMENT
Position on campus area. Ideal for Business
Grad Student or someone looking for extra
income. 18 to 22 hours/wk. Evenings. Local
references necessary. Apply immediately
$4.75-5.25/hr. Call 1-800-445-5333.

OZONE HOUSE, an Ann Arbor agency that
deals with runaway, youth, family counseling
and ;crisis intervention is seeking volunteer(
to go through our October training. Gair
counseling experience and help youth and
families in crisis. Call 662-2222 for more
info before October 11.
PART-TIME STUDENT HELP for several,
openings in Chemistry building. If interested
contact Jan Buswinka at 767-2878 or 764-.
7345.
PERSONNEL NEEDED for fire watch and
roperty protection on midni hts. Students,
house spouses and retirees welicome. .No cx.:
erience necessary. Stop in or call. 611'
Church St. Suite 305 Ann Arbor 668-0447.
POLICE OFFICERS
CITY OF ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
The Ann Arbor Police Department is cur-
rently recruiting ambitious men and wonetY
seeking careers in law enforcement..Suteess-,
ful applicants will have the opportunity to
deve op expertise in all phases of law ep"-
forcement. Applicants must be at least 21
years old, have a good driving record, valid
driver's license, and no felony convictions.
Misdemeanor convictions, including driving{
records will be reviewed on a case by caie
basis and my be cause for disqualification:
Applicants must pass the Michigan Law En
forcement Officers Training Council's writ-
ten and physical selection process. Starting
salary is $20,737, with exceptional benefits
programn. After one year, salary is $25,835
$6,609 with a Bachelor's Deg ree). If you
are interested in oining one 6f the finest mu-
nicipal police departments in the country, ,
p lease apply at: Personnel/Human Rights
lepartment, City of Ann Arbor, 100 N. 5th
Ave., Ann:Arbor, MI 48104. Application d
Deadline: -5:00 pm, November 1, 1986.The
S n: City of Ann Arbor
Is An Equal Opportunity Employer
RELIABLE, BRIGH T, NON-SMOKING
PERSON needed to assist at gourmet choco
late establishment. Duties: sort-
in /boxing/packaging candy. 6-8hrs/wk flex.
Ad d. hrs. poss. $ ./hr. 665-8661 or 996-4090.
RENAISSANCE is seeking one part time
employee for stock and cleaning. Hours: 9-11
a.m., 4-6 p.m. Contact D.M. Gilbert 769-
8511.
SALES CLERK-PART, TIME. Sheraton
University Inn Gift Shop. Apply at Gift Shop.
STUI)ENT GROUP or individuals needed to-
conduct Diag sales of 1986-87 Student Di-
recto, begTinning mid-Oct. Liberal commis-'
sion. all s. McGlothlin 9-5 M-F at 764-
0550.
STUDENTS NEEDED. The Michigan'
League is now taking applications and
hiring students for work in our newly remod-
eled buffet and to work on special parties.
We offer very competitive wages and a
scholarship program. Please apply in
erson at the ranager's office, 911 North'
University. 764-0446.
Take a break from your studies and make
money while you're doing it! Lookingrfor re-
sponsible, reliable students to toin the set-up d
crew at The Michigan UFion. Flexible hours-
-great working env ronment! If you're inter-
ested, please eall Anglea Hinz at 763-5911 or
stop bynthe Union Scheduling Office for an
appointment.
WORK STUDY JOBS. 10-12 hr. Toxicolo-
gyProgram. Call Luda Bemsteam 936-0726.
WORK-STUDY POSITION - A variety of
clerical tasks in a small, busy, but friendly of-
fice. Some typing skills necessary; you will
be trained on a word processor. I rogram on
Studies in Religion 764-4475.
BUSINESS SERVICES
Raquet Stringing & Re pairs. 12hr. ser. Free
pickup/delivery. Jerry 662-9829.
TV, STEREO & VCR REPAIR- Save up to
60%, free est. 485-0079.

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vbwanted pet, and

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much, muchi

find fulfillment,
tell your friends
how much you care,
fidvb an BailU
a PERSONAL AD
(764-0557)

STUDIENT GROUTP OR individuals needed
to conduct Diag sales of 1986-87 Student Di-
redo ry, begnng mid-Oct. Liberal commis-
sion. Call Ms. McClothlin 9-5 M-F at 764-
0550.
U-Toronto RA met at Eating Raoul/ Like to
get to know you- it'd be cool/ Heck, it'd be
great- Give me acall 764-1618
W U'S got that look, that look that leaves me
weak. iVU and his Super stir-frying tech-
nique. DR. WU'S SUPER STIR, TIE MUG.
AUSTIN DIAMOND
For 26 Years - Diamonds at Wholesale
Expert repairing & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.-Sat-. Days & Eves
663-7151
1209 S. University Ann Arbor

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

ACROSS
1 Malay chief
5 Garden area
8 Long-playing
rrusical
14 So in central
Asia
15 Dined
16 Smnall stream
17 Part of a stage
setting
19 Cut into
20 Stiioner's item
21 Part of a
stircase
23 Is6 in the Irish
Sea
24 Night's follower
26 Member of the
peerage
27 Sound from a
dr carriage
28 Norwegian saint
30 Fiahfood
31 Low-lying tracts
32 Cy the blues
34 Ho'ne of a
biblical witch
36 Beyond a book's
covers
38 Some literary
42 Author Sinclair
44 Household
45 Bragt of a
flower
48 Ropt. -
50 Bitterness
51 Served on the
ropk s
52 Backbirds
53 Make inquiries
54 Cuppa's
contents
55 Cover
57 The America's
60 Home for a
hound

J~iUIeaU Ey 1iruae iIuni.it ane111

2 Inishmore's4
island group
3 Grackles
4 Chem. salt:
Abbr.
5 Theda, the
vamp
6 Star, along the
Seine -
7 Regret deeply
8 Dreary routine
9 Crosspiece on
a ladder
10 Business letter
abbr.
11 "The Male -":
Henry Fonda film
12 Popular TV
street
13 Verdugo's
rfamesakes
18 Dull
22 Actor Jeremy
25 Made use of
27 Basins for
yachts
28 Sash for
Butterfly
29 Author
Deighton

30 Ball of yarn
31 Cast a ballot
33 Brainchild
35 Margot
Fonteyn's title
37 Commune in
Tuscany
39 Freight movers
on the railway
40 Self
41 Indian weight
43 Makes a
mistake
45 Harvester of a
sort

46 One-seeded
fruit
47 Shed
49 Spain, to Julio
52 Composer
Harold
53 Clumsy craft
55 "The Way We
56 Environmental
sci.
58 Campus in L.A.
59 Equal
61 Tuck's partner
63 Bosh!

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
S T IR P R IG RU LE D
CARE RAC E E N LA
APED I TEM D RAIN
RE CRSS OT NES
SH AR BAI L
INA E AL LENA
I N NS A L IEN B LOC
N ED B LON D A LE NE
G R A T ON E
SO0L AC E 8 L UEBI R D
S NRK MA N E
SENSE PI NE LADY
9/26/86

In reply...
IS passive smoking more
than a minor nuisance
or real annoyance.
That's a broad and vague statement being made in a nation-wide, multi-
million dollar campaign by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
For those who are fortunate not to have a chronic lung or heart disease,
who don't suffer from allergies, or who may not have an acute respiratory
illness that may be true. However, medical evidence is conclusive: passive
smoking is injurious to a large number of individuals - young and old, rich
and poor, and from any ethnic group.
The majority of Americans are nonsmokers. There's something wrong
with the system when those in the minority can have such a drastic effect
on the majority. . . and that's what so often happens when smokers' sides-
tream smoke invades the public air space of nonsmokers.
....+ . ..-:..:.:. . . ..:..:. . . ... .. ..:....:........:.. :..... ...
For the true medical and legal facts on the issue of nonsmokers' rights, contact your ;
$ American Lung Association of Michigan, 403 Seymour Ave., Lansing. Ml 48914.
a+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++f+++++++*.. ...... +++**++++++,.
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION of Michigan
The Christmas Seal Peoples
Space contributed by the publisher as a public service

MISCELLANEOUS
- ATTENTION STUDENTS -
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and used, 150 dealers,
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun., 214 E. Michi-
gan at Park, Downtown Ypsilanti, 487-5890,
971-7676. cM1211
MUSICAL
WANTED MALE SINGER for established
campu§ rock band, must be serious, and have
a strong upper range. Call 994-5833.'
TIC KETS
DESPERATELY SEEKING 2 Michigan'
State Footbal Tickets. Jennifer 764-9874.

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NEED 4 UM-MSU football tickets. Call
Melissa. 764-0640 or 665-6512.
NEED: 2 Michigan-MSU Football Tickets.
Call Linda at 764-4613.
NEEDED: 3 TICKETS for Illinois Game.
Call 761-9478.
TICKETS AVAILABLE for U of M vs.'
Univ. of Hawaii in Honolulu, Hawaii Dec.
16, 1986. 70 tickets available. Call 1-569-.
8050.
WANTED - U-M Football Tickets. No Sin-,"
gles. Call 668-6282.
WANTED 2-4 Tickets for Michi-
gan/FlonidaSt. Call 747-6819.
WANTEDDESPERATELY: 4BMSU Tick-
ets. Call 764-4624 Persistantly BIG 5$.
WANTED: 4 GREAT seats for Iowa game.
Will pay BIG money. 761-2187.
WANTED: Four 'ickets for MSU game oh
October 11: Call 747-7330.
ROOMMATES

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