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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 30, 1986 -
Shop owner allegedly
assaults 'U' student

By M E BLISSABuKS
A University student says he is
pressing assault charges against
the owner of the Student Bike Shop
for allegedly -punching the
student during an argument.
Ann Arbor police are inves-
tigating the assault, which
allegedly occurred Friday at the
shop on Forest Street.
ACCORDING to Sgt. Harry
,Jinkerson of the Ann Arbor
,,Police Department, LSA senior
Peter Cook said he had an
argument with Bill Loy, the
'owner of the shop.
When Loy would not return
Cook's receipt, Cook grabbed it
from the owner's wife and the
┬░owner said, "Don't touch my
:wife." He then allegedly hit Cook
in the jaw, Jinkerson said.
Loy could not be reached for
comment.

Cook said he was returning a
rented bike before the 30-day
rental period ended because the
bike was damaged. Loy assessed
the damage at $55, and held Cook
responsible even though he told
him the bike appeared to
sabotaged.
COOK said he asked the owner
to send him an itemized list of the
bike's damages because he
wanted to take the case to Student
Legal Services.
The owner threatened to take
Cook to court, he said. "I said,
'Fine, just give me my receipt,'"
Cook said.
The owner's wife was holding
the receipt, Cook said, and when
the owner refused to give it back,
Cook grabbed it from her hands.
Cook said the owner then hit
him in the jaw and threw the
receipt onto the floor.

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U' applications reach
record-setting levels

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selection for the next two years, so
the number of applications is not
as important as the quality of the
-,.applicants.
Donahue said approximately
two-thirds of the out-of-state and
one-third of the in-state applicants
are accepted on the first review.
Even though 90 percent of all
newly admitted freshmen come
from the top fifth of their high
s school class, andl6.5 percent
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from the top 1 percent, Sjogren
said the University won't suffer
from a lack of diversity. The
increase in academic competition
hasn't gotten to that point, he said,
and the top 1 percent "do have
diversified interests."
The admissions office predicts
a 5 to 10 percent drop in thenumber
of applications in the 1990s
because of a decrease in the
number of graduating high school
seniors.

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Held up
Aaron Silberman, LSA sophomore and president of South Quad council,
acts as a Florida State Seminole lasooed by Opus on South Quad float
(Opus is sitting atop the horse). The float ook all Friday night to build and

Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
then captured first place in the Homecoming Parade competition Satur-
day.

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LOST & FOUND

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

PERSONAL

CHEAP COMPUTER TERMINALS- 15
Bucks per month including modem. Call 761-
6100 NOW or stop by 334 S. State between 3
and 6pm. daily.
LOST- SET OF KEYS on a keyring with
teardrop leather thing on it. Was lost on
Commuter lot or Central campus. Call Lau-
ren. 763-8217.

MULTITECH PC/XT/AT IBM superior
clone U-M discount. Automation Link, 747-
9000.
NEED STEREO EQUIPMENT? Call AU-
DIOLOGIC of Ann Arbor at 663-4867 to set
up an appointment. We offer a 3% discount
to bauhaus fans.
PROFESSORS EXAM File for Engineering
(8 required courses), Chem. Physics, Calcu-
lus. Available at University Cellar.

REFRIG., TV, SKIS, GUITAR for sale
cheap. Call Dave after 6pm- 996-0504.
STEREO- Nikko, Philips, Aiwa component.
Sold as a system or individually. Excellent
cond., good prices. MOPED- Garelli, top-of-
line, low mileage, great shape. $350. Call
David, 747-859 .
To order your LOOKS OF CLASS Michi-
gan's Finest Women Calander for $4.95. Call
John at 761-5108. Free Campus Delivery.
White, queen size platform bed for sale.
Brand new. Mattress & Box spring included,
also new. Call996-1946 aft. 6.

FOR SALE

*****PRZOPAGANDA*****
Colorful Soviet Posters 663-9762
20-30% OFF IBM, Apple, Commodore soft-
ware. Call Automation Link, 747-9000.
DRAWING TABLE, Armchair, Coffee
Table great cond. Prices negot. 995-0862.
LOFT- 5 Ft. Tall, Queensize, Ladder. 663-
1288.
LOVE-SEAT & TEACART for sale. Call
747-8773.
MALE DORM LEASE w/kitchen & free
parking. GREAT location. on bus route.
Quiet for study. Will pay $. Ron 764-2741.

KIMBA IS BACK!
Get your T-Shirt Now!
Limited Time Offer.
Shirt Colors: White, Black, Gray
Sizes: M-L-XL
Send $7.50 to:
Cartoon Time
P.O. Box #4064
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
5721002

AUTOMOTIVE

1979 Chevy Monza. Looks good. Runs Well.
AM/FM Cass. $1000. 761-8002.
1979 CUTLASS-good condition. New
brakes, exhaust, tuned tn last 8 months. $850.
971-1881.
1980 Ilonda Accord 5-speed, A/C Stereo-
Cassette. $2000 or best. 761-1661, days.
77 GRENADA 4 SPEED 61kmi. New tires,
new exhaust system, $6501bo. 763-0389.
85 HONDA CRX-5-speed AM/FM Cass.,
28K. Great MPG, Rustproofed. $7100. 665-
7007
DATSUN 310 GX, 1980. 61,000 Miles.
Sharp inside and out. $2600. 995-0878.
HORIZON, '80, 4-door. Good condition, 4-
speed. AM/FM stereo & sunroof. Call Ken
*alIter 5:30 662-3625.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Insect repellent
ingredient
5 Flies like a
butterfly
10 Two-year-old
sheep
14 Abandoned
15 Chris - Lloyd
16 Water, in
Barcelona
17 Trig. e.g.
18 Leading article
in a magazine
20 Wimbledon
winner: 1975
21 Dill, in the Bible
22 Offspring
23 Green land
25 Abbr, on an
invitation
27 Donkey's
cousin
29 RBI, for one
31 More esoteric
36 Homespun
38 Como -
usted?
40 Dodecanese
island, Italian
style
41 Manet or Monet
43 Facial feature
45 Bane of blue
serge suit
46 Tradition
48 Vice -
49 Snare
51 Austen heroine
53 Desire
54 Frenchman
56 Philippine
sumac
58 Literary medium
62 Skyrocket
64 Salvador, the

DOWN
1 - mater
2 Meadows
3 "Return - :
Ian Ogilvy
series
4 Upper regions of
space
5 Pour
6 Stratford's river
7 Changes back
8 Weight
allowances
9 Liner: Abbr.
10 Makes lace
11 Prides
12 Religious
teacher in India
13 Marvin of music
19 Special groove
on a tire
24 Negative
contraction
26 Time of triumph:
Abbr.
27 Delicious, e.g.
28 Fallen
30 Designed for
flight

32 Hamburg's river
33 Raymond Burr
role
34 Jagged
35 Martin's partner
37 Involved with
39 Swarm
42 Actress Raines
44 - Harrington,
Meredith hero
47 Burdens again
50 "By the time -
to Phoenix..."

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Fisher's cousin
Seater
Hersey bell
town

CENTER FOR EATING DISORDERS
Presents an 8 week lecture series/disc. for
people concerned about Eating Disorders.
Time: Wed.'s beginning Oct. 1 at 7:30PM.
Loc.: 1st Cong.Church (State & William).
Fee: $20/8 week session. For Info. and Reg.
Call 971-0606.
Earn $75.00 while getting a complete physi-
cal including blood and urine values. he
Gynecology Clinic at the U o M Health Ser-
vice is conducting research condeming 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.
JOHN - Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on
contact lens preparations at the Village
Apothecary - Lucifer.
KIMBA IS BACK !
KOSHER PIZZA NIGHT every Sun. 5:45-
7 m. Chabad House 715 Hill Info 99-
LEARN
RIDE NEEDED TO SOUTHFIELD, Michi-
an on Sept. 26. $$ Avail. Call Jeff 764-
3691.
STUDENT GROUP OR individuals needed
to conduct Diag sales of 1986-87 Student Di-
rectory, beg inni mid-Oct. Liberal commis-
sion. allMs. McGlothlin 9-5 M-F at 764-
0550.
U- oronto RA met at Eating Raoul/ Like to
get to know you- it'd be cool/ Heck, it'd be
great- Give me a call 764-1618
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
THE FLIP CLUB
(a.k.a. Philippine Michigan Club)
MASS MEETING
Tuesday, September 30
Michigan Union - Anderson
(Room B)
Flip off your homework and come join us!
60070930
HELP NEEDY KIDS
Join
JAZZ FOR LIFE
MASS MEETING
Tues., Sept. 30th
7:30 U-Club
Work Study & Volunteer
POSITIONS AVAILABLE
For more Info. CALL 764-5713
5270930

STUDENT 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 TYPING - On campus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
ACCURACY INK
Editin g/Word Processing
Cassette Transcription 971-4139
ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS. I"
am Mich. certified with Master's in teaching
English as a second language. Experience-
TOEFL $12.50hr. 994-6495 after 7 pm.
FRENCH CONVERSATION w/exR.
speaker. All levels. $3/1/2 hr. 764-0655 aft.
FRENCH TUTOR. All levels. BA French,
UM, Michigan certified. 994-8641 Marleen.
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
Hems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects. O'Della, 973-0565.
T-SHIRTS for your dorm. Best prices. Word
Silkscreening, since1980. 665-6031.
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING- ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592.

MANAGER: New coin laundry near West-
ate Center. No experience needed. Reply to
uper Suds, P.O. Box 2244, Monroe, MI
48161.
NEED MONEY? Part or Full-Time empJo -
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 shifts apply in per-
son. 6201Briarwood.
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. Program on
Studies in Religion 764-4475.
BUSINESS SERVICES
Raquet Stringing & Re pairs. 12hr. serv. Free
pickup/delivery. Jerry 662-9829.

MUSICAL

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

58 Donahue
59 Hindu princess
60 Killer whale
61 First-rater
63 Jason's ship
65 Capital of Nebr.
66 Understanding
words
68 Palm leaf

HELP WANTED

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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
LAPS HEATS ABET
ALEE AIMEE SEXY
DURA BRONXCHEER
DMITRI SETH NCO
TET TEAL
SHELLACS TOOLED
CEDE TAPS SNARE
URIS SLEE9T D I N A
BO0L LS M E RE N E R
A DE E MS DE E PN E SS
W IP E T AB
E T NA T A MPA I NE E
S E AN A RE EL L A MP
9/30/86

2 Bedrm. apt. 540/mo. + elec. 914 S.State
Avail. immed. thru Aug. 761-5079.
3 Rooms for rent in 6-bedroom house on
Church St. Avail. Winter tern 1987. Rent.
$166. Call for info. 747-8557/6.
Cozy, fumished, 3 bedroom apartment. One
year lease. heat, hot water, laundry facilities,
parking. $675 + cooking, gas and electricity.
FOR SALE: Male lease in Baits. Large Sin-
gle Room. Call 763-1629 or 995-0320 during
evenings.
LARGE EFFICIENCY CAMPUS AREA.
Private entrance. Furmished. $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 BDR. $176+ util. in a house. E. Ann,
one year lease. Call Yilun 663-1450.
ONE BDRM AVAILABLE IN two bdrm
.apt. good location, reasonable. 996-8057.
ROOM AVAIL Prospect St. 10 mm. walk to
central campus, 8 month lease, plenty of
room, $300/month. call 662-0741.
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
Fuished Apartments
536 S. Forest 761-2680

ACTIVISTS
The Michigan Citizens Lobby wants your
participation in winning a new progressive
majonty. Now hiring staff to focus on utility,
toxic hazards and economic concerns in
Michigan. 663-6824.
AIDES- Immediate openings in home health
hare for the elderly, pleasent conditions, part
time, 663-4550. 2-6pm.
ANN ARBOR INN now hiring: housekeep-
ers, cook, dishwasher, am. waitstaff &
bussers, m. waitstaff, lounge supervisor.
Apply at 100S. Fourth Ave.
COLLEGE WORK STUDY. Students
needed. Department of Internal Medicine.
Flexible Hours. Great Pay. Call Paula at 936-
5565.
DOWNTOWN LAW FIRM SEEKS PART
TIME FILE CLERK. Tues. & Thurs., 8:30-
5:30. Schedule may change next semester.
Duties include light typing. Pease apply at
320 N. Main, Suite 30, Arbor.
JONATHON B PUB of.Briarwood Mall is
looking for full & part time experienced
cooks and dishwashers. Good pay and blue
cross/blue shield avail. Apply in person.
NORMAL VOLUNTEERS & ASTHMAT-
ICS needed for study of asthma. Carried out
by pumenary division at University of
Michigan M eical Center. Financial compen-
sation. Call 936-5250. Weekdays 8am. to
5pm. for details.
OZONE HOUSE, an Ann Arbor agency that
deals with runaway, youth, family counseling
and crisis intervention is seeking volunteers
to go through our October training. Gain
counseling expenence and help youth and
families i ensis. Call 662-2222 for more
info before October 11.
PERSONNEL NEEDED for fire watch and
property protection on midnights. Students,
house spouses and retirees we come. No ex-
perience necessary. Stop in or call. 611
Church St. Suite 305 Ann Arbor 668-0447.
SALES CLERK-PART TLVIE., Sheraton
University Inn Gift Shop. Apply at Gift Shop.
STUDENT GROUP or individuals needed to
conduct Diag sales of 1986-87 Student Di-
rectory, beginnin mid-Oct. Liberal commis-
sion. Call Ms. McGlothlin 9-5 M-F at 764-
0550.

QUICKDRAW 60'S ROCK & ROLL,
R&iPhone: Bill 475-9795 or John 665-6755.

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WANTED MALE SINGER for established
campus rock band, must be serious, and have
a strong upper range. Call 994-5833.
TICKETS

1 Ticket to Audio Bliss-Call Audiologic at
663-4867 for more information.
2 FOOTBALL Tickets needed for UM-MSU
Game..Please call Peter 764-2737.
BADLY NEEDED 4 TICKETS for MSU-
UofM game on Oct l. Call 996-2866 b/t 6-
10.
DESPERATELY SEEKING 2 Michigan
State Footbal Tickets. Jennifer 764-9874.
I need 2 Michigan State Tickets. Call Stacy.
764-8626.

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KIMBA IS BACK !

GREEK GAB

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 DESPERATELY: 4 MSU Tick-
ets. Call 764-4624 Persistantly BIG $$.
WANTED: 4 Tickets to Michigan-Illinois ,
Football game. 747-8389.
WANTED: 4 GREAT seats for Iowa game.
Will pay BIG money. 761-2187.
BLOOM COUNTY
,I Or NO

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A E PHI PLEDGES GET PSYCHED! The
fun has just begun! WE LOVE YOU, THE
ACTIVES!
BE A PART of one of the oldest fratemities
at U of M. Rush the new Phi Sigma Kappa.
Meeting 7:00 pm. Tues., Sept. 30. 109
Michigan Union. Call 769-8421.

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