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Page 6-- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 15, 1986

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LOST & FOUND

AUTOMOTIVE

GREEK GAB

FOUND-4 keys. Steps of Union with half-
coin:Phil. CalI Jack 665-1390.
LOST! Lavalier & Chain at Sigma Chi Derby
Days. Thurs. Sentimental Value. $30 RE-
WARD. Call 996-5979 or 665-5470.
STEREO EQUIPMENT to suit virtually any
need. Call A UDIOLOGIC AT 663-4867.

'74 BUICK APOLLO 21) sedan, exc. cond.,
under 50,000 mi, $799. 764-3461 David.
'80 CHEVY CITATION-Fair cond. AM/FM,
4-speed, A/C. $850. 761-7585.
1982 Renault LT LeCar. $1795. Excellent
cond. AM/FM Cass Stereo; sun roof; no rust.
Call Mark persistently 663-9905.
77 VOLVO AUTO. Great Body and interior.
Must see. Selling for friend who moved.
$2200/Best Offer. 995-3728.

Let the MAGIC SOUND DJ Co. add profes-
sional sound and excitement to your party.
Call 662-3754 (evenings).
The men of Alpha Tau Omega would like to
thank the men of Sigma Nu for the annual
Black Foot-White Foot football game. Taus-
22, Snooze-0. Thanks also to the Alpha Chi
Omega cheerleaders for their support.
The men of Alpha Tau Omega would like to
thank the men of Sigma Nu for the annual
Black Foot-White Foot football game. Taus-
22, Snooze-0. Thanks also to the Alpha Chi
Omega cheerleaders for theirsupport.

FOR SALE

COMPUTER SALE: Color Monitor $139,
Floppy Drive $69, 20MB HD $419 1200B
modem $139 150 Watt PS $79, 63WPS $30,
25% off software, Automation Link 747-
9000
REFRIGERATOR, Kenmore like new, clean
1.7 cu ft $75.00. Call 662-4977.
SAILBOAT FORCE 5 with Trailor, excellent
condition. Call (419) 893-1998.
SKIS, BOOTS, BINDINGS, Intermediate
Level. Will sell separately, 761-1733.

FOR RENT

AVAILABLE WINTER '87. Single in a 5-
bedroom house. Negotiable rent. Call Tom
anytime at 747-8862.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT AVAIL.
Winter term & Summer if desired. $272/mo.
Incl. util., PARK. SPACE, BEST LOC.!!
665-9945.
LARGE 2-LEVEL APT. near campus &
downtown. Attractive & available. 662-5409.
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
Fumished Apartments
536 S. Forest 761-2680
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

PERSONAL

CLEO - 15% discount on acne preparations
at the Village Apothecary. Get your asp over
there - Mark.
DIAL-A-JEWISH-STORY 995-5959. 24
Hrs. Another project of Chabad House.
ERIC'S SPORTS factory closeouts.
Swimwear, bodywear and footwear. Custom
t-shirts, 2 blks off State. 419 E. Liberty.
Have better concentration and im roved un-
derstanding of what you are studying. Call
the Dianetics (TM) HOTLINE 1-800-FOR-
TRUTH (1-800-367-8788).
HELP NEW STUDENTS OR THEIR PAR-
ENTS: Be a Summer Orientation Leader.
Applications are available Oct. 1-31 in 3000
Michigan Union or call 764-6290 for more
information.
JEWISHNESS & JESUS - SEE THE CON-
NECTION! FREE Booklet - send - 323 E.
Williams#176, Ann Arbor 48104.
KIMBA IS BACK !

STUDENT SERVICES
A-1 TYPING - On campus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Cassette Transcription 971-4139
FOUR STAR TYPING - Quality, guaranteed
work at reasonable rates. Across from State
Discount. Open 24hrs. 668-6109.
MCAT
The Stanley Kaplan Educational Center has
classes be inning in Nov. and Jan. for the
April MCAT exam. Seating is limited. For
more info., call662-3149.
SANDI'S TYPING
& WORD PROCESSING
$5 off 1st paper. Professional. Dissertations,
papers, resumes, letters ,briefs. Fast, campus
pick-up. Discounts. 426-5217.
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
Hems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects. O'Della, 973-0565.
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING- ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592.
TYPING-Electronic typewriter. Letter Qual-
ity, Reasonable Rates. Rich 572-0213.
MACINTOSH UPGRADES
128K -512K $179
512K -1024K $259
128K -1024K $389
180 Day warranty on all upgrades
PHONE 747-6629
LEAVE MESSAGE 8391015
RESEARH KPAPERS
16,278 to choose from-all subjects
Order Catalog Today with Visa/MC or COO
Toll Freeb800-351-0222
Or, rush $2.00 to: Research Assistance
11322 Idaho Ave. #206-SN. Los Angeles, CA 90025
Custom research also available-all levels
HELP WANTED
"DOM" BAKERIES is now hiring counter
help. Flexible schedules. No experience nec-
essary. Apply at 300 South Main St.
$10.15 HOURLY student jobs Ann Arbor-
Ypsi area. Call 487-5462 from 4-6 W TIH F.
3.85 PER HOUR starting wage for interested
applicants. Apply in person; Burger King,
530 E. Liberty.
ACTIVISTS
TOXICS CAMPAIGN
SEEKS STUDENTS
Eam $175-$225/wk. Campaign for a law to
crack down on midnight toxic waste
dumpers. Full time, part time. Make friends,
make money, make a difference. LEE at
PIRGIM 4109 Mich. Union 668-6515.
Aggressive students interested in advertis-
ing/marketing. Good Pay, 764-3771.

ANN ARBOR INN HIRING: Windows PM
Waitstaff Security officer, Bartenders. Apply
at 100S. fourth Ave.
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for study per-
formed by ULniversity of Michigan School
of Public Health. Financial compensation.
Call 747-3943, weekdays 8am to 8pm.
BUSY TRAVEL AGENCY looking forpart-
time secretary. Flexible hours. Send re-
sume/applications to Lovejoy-Tiffany, 300 N.
5th Avenue, Ann Arbor, Mi 48104.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR STU-
DENTS.Full or Part time. Day or evening
shifts. Pay starting at over minimum wage.
Apply within or call OLGA'S KITCHEN
205 S. State. 663-1207.
FREE MEAL
Eve evening you wash dishes at The Earle.
Hard-working, depedable persons. Apply in
person 5-7 pm. M-F only. 121 W. Washing-
ton.
IMMEDIATE Positions Available in the Ann
Arbor area for Blazered and Uniformed Secu-
rity guards. We offer hi h rate of pay and
pleasent working cond. for well-groomed &
responsible people. For interview appoint-
ments call collect (313)399-3373.
JANITOR FOR EARLY MORNING- Need
3rd person for 3-member staff. 15
hours/week. 764-0550. Ms. McGlothlin.
McDonalds of Stadium Blvd. is looking for
an energetic people person to be our Store
Activites Representative. This position in-
volves customer service and promotional
work. Contact Becky Melotte, tore Man-
ager, at 761-9087.
NEED ENGLISH TEACHERS IN S. KO-
REA. Beginning December 1, 1986. English
or related field. Required one year contract.
Renewable, monthly salary(90.000 appr.
$1000.) Roundtrip airfare and health insur-
ance benefits. Send resume and photo to John
Shim. 112 W. View, Ypsilanti, MI 48197.
Call 485-1848.
NURSING STUDENTS
Gain experience with patients in the home
care setting. We have a vaniet of openings,
and offer a flexible work schedule. Must have
passed fundamentals and supply adequate
work references. Call 973-9111 between 9
a.m. and noon M-F for an appointment.
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS-
Warner/Lambert/Parke/Davis Pharmaceutical
Research Division, Community Research
Clinic, is seeking healthy male volunteers 18-
55 years of age to participate as subjects in
medication research studies starting in Octo-
ber/November. If interested, call for an ap-
pointment for your initial work-up this week.'
Monetary compensation is provided to re-
search volunteers. For further information,
call Ms. Susan Moran, R.N., Research Vol-
unteer Coordinator 8-4 pm. Monday-Friday).
Please call 996-705
Work at Home mailing sales literature. Write
S.C. and Associates Box 21514 Columbus,
Ohio 43221.
Assistant to V.P. Marketing com-
pany, part time. Experience of a
lifetime for the right person. Send
resume to Mr. Wooley, 555 E.
Williams, Ann Arbor, 48104.
94101020

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

STUDENT PART TIME. Maint. $4.50/hr.
Flex. hours. AM. or early PM. 996-0696.
TACO BELL now hiring $4/hr. See Patti or
Toni. 615 East University.
TWO WORK STUDY POSITIONS
AVAILABLE in a small friendly and sup-
portive office. One position as an office run
ner: 8-12 hrs/wk. Other position as librarian:
5-12 hrs/wk. Please contact Dorothy (am) or
Jennifer (pm in The Women Studies Pro-
gram Office 763-2047.
TYPISTS NEEDED- $500/wk. at home! In-
formation? Send self-addressed envelope.
Typing, 939 Dewey #102, AA, MI 48104.
BUSINESS SERVICES
Racquet Stringing & Re pairs. 12hr. serv. Free
pickup/delivery. Jerry 662-9829.

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GOING PLACES

U.S. Department of Health & Human Servicesi
TEST
YOUR
STRENGTH.

MOM'S COOKIE CO.
619 E. William
994-MOMS

SNUGGLES, THE MAGIC CLOWN is per-
fect for your special event. Call 662-3754.
THE MICHIGAN THEOSOPHICAL SOCI-
ETIES invites you to a workshop Sat. Oct.
18, 9:30am to 7:30pm at Oak Trails School,
6561 Warren Rd., A2. Speakers, including
Dora Kunz, a clairvoyant & Pres. of TS,&
Prof. Skolimowski, will speak on Invisible
Worlds & Eco-Philosophy.Registration is $7
($5 for students & seniors). For more info.
call 663-6796.
QUALITY ALTERNATIVE
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr. Ann Arbor
(near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy)
9734710
Educational Materials and Gifts
Available in our bookstore 070422

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CUPID'S HELPER

To My Little Kumquat, I Looove You!!!!
Your Sweet Potato.

QUITTING. IT COULD BE
THE TEST OF YOUR LIFE.

The Michigan Daily
CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN FORM
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2. Mail money and form to: The Michigan Daily Classifieds, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
3. Payment (check or money order) must beenclosed with the ad. Please do not send cash.
4. Deadline: One business day prior to publication by 11:30 a.m.
For more information, call 764-0557
ADT
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

SPRING BREAK! Feb. 21-28. Freeort Ba
hamas. $409 Complete Travel. 761-6500.
MISCELLAN EOUS
ART/ARCH./A.E. STUDENTS: Design,
Draw, and Flight Test the AERIAL PLAT-
FORM! More information to come.
MSA ELECTIONS
The Michigan Student Assembly will hold an
election in conjunction with LSA and Rack-
ham Student Governments on November 18
& 19 to fill vacancies and vote on ballot ref-
erenda. Candidate packets will be available in
the MSA office, 3909 Michigan Union on
October 17. Filing deadline for candidacy is
October 28.
TICKETS
***ATIENTION***
Tickets availbale for UM-IOWA. Section 43.
Individual or group seating. CALL NOW--
995-5959.
***BILLY JOEL***
Main floor first nght. Call Steve at 764-
2872 or 764-3827111
***IOWA IOWA, IOWA****
ONLY TWO fiICKETS needed for the
IOWA GAME. Please call 662-7445. TO-
DAY!
1 IOWA TICKET FOR SALE in section 26.
Best offer by Friday. Call 994-5366.
1 PACK of Student Tickets available
CHEAP! Call 769-0735 soon.
2 Tickets for Nov. 2,& Nov. 9 DETROIT
LIONS games. CalliKathy at 7644369.
2-4 TICKETS needed for
Nov. 1 Illinois game
Call Mark at 996-02612.
BILLY JOEL TICKETS- Great seats!!! Up-
per and lower bowls and floor. Call Danny at
764-4993.
DESPERATELY SEEKING 4 TICKETS TO
THE ILLINOIS GAME!!!!!!! My parents
will stop paying tuition if I don't get these
tickets forth em. Please, if you have a heart,
you'll call 764-5912 TODAY!!
DESPERATION hasset in! Can you help
me? I need one Iowa ticket, and two Min-
nesota tickets! What a predicament!! If you
can help me out, call 663-5613.
KIMBA IS BACK!
NEEDED Tickets to Nov. 15 Football game.
Please call Kelly 764-2992.g
NEEDED: Great Seats for Iowa Game. will
Pay Big Money. 761-2187.
R.E.M. TICKETS-Main Floor, CHEAP! Call
668-0474.
WANTED - U-M Football Tickets. No Sin-
gles. Call1668-6282.
WANTED: 4 Tickets to Illinois Game. Call
IMMEDIATELY!747-8389.
WANTED: 4 Tickets for the Iowa game. Oct.
18th. Call Collect (215)875-4300.
COMPUTER MDSE.
CHEAP COMPUTER TERMINALS- 15
Bucks per month including modem. Call1761-
6100 NOW orstop by 334 S. State between 3
and 6pm. daily.
IBM PC's
Rent-to-own or Purchase
Call1Rent-a-Byte 761-2987.
A defense
against cancer
can be cooked up
in your kitchen.
There is evidence that diet and
cancer are related. Follow these
modifications in your daily diet to
reduce chances of getting cancer.
1. Eat more high-fiber foods such
as fruits and vegetables and whole-
grain cereals.
2. Include dark green and deep
yellow fruits and vegetables rich in
vitamins A and C.
3. Include cabbage, broccoli,
brussels sprouts, kohlrabi and
cauliflower.
4. Be moderate in consumption
of salt-cured, smoked and nitrite-
cured foods.
5. Cut down on total fat intake

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choice
6'Swain
10 Lady of Spain:
Abbr.
14 Pungent
15 - go bragh!
16 Pitcher parts
17 Big fish
19 Lemon and lime
additives
20 Solitary
21 Line on a map:
Abbr.
'22 Snail

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4 Region of
ancient
Palestine
5 Netherlands
commune
6 Irish writer
Brendan
7 Muse of lyric
poetry
8 Make public
9 Equation
quantity
10 Walking fish
11 Geometric
measures
12 Allowances
against weight
13 Money in the
bank
18 County of
Ireland
23 israeli diplomat
Abba
25 Large crowd
27 Parch
28 Jeune fille
29 Guinness
30 In a short time
33 Author of
"Trinity"

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35
36
37
39
431
441

Spanish uncle
Bridge position
Greet the day
Otherwise
Pipefish
Hied
Provision for an

extra
passenger
45 Marketplace of
old
46 Costello
50 Gallery

51 Long-legged
bird
52 Indo-European
53 Blockade, in a
way
54 Fix
55 Part of m.p.h.
59 Indigo shrub
60 Proofreader's
direction
61 In consequence
64 "- of these
days..."
65 Engine part

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Orchestra
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Sailor

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30 Clean, as a
deck
31 Building part
32 Item on a
Dapper Dan's
lapel
38 Pub servings
40 The Grande, for
one
41 Tool chest item
42 Music for the end
of a ceremony
47 Draft org.
48 Sacred bull
49 Facial ornament
51 Wearing an obi
54 - propre
(self-esteem)
56 Electrontube
57 Village, in
Czarist Russia
58 Playbill listing
62 - et terminer
63 Nearly extinct
fish
66 Precursers of
riches?
67 British princess
68~ Las wo lfrd

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4. For Rent 13. Miscellaneous DAYS 1 2 3 4 5
5. Dorm Doings 14. Musical 2 352 480 624 6.56 768
6. Greek Gab 15. Situations Wanted 3 5.2 7.20 9.24 9.84 7.58
7. Personal 16. Tickets W 3 5.28 7.20 9.36 9.84 11.52
S 8 Cupid's Helper 17. Roommates J 4 7.04 9.60 12.48 13.12 15.36
' 9 Student Services 18. Computer Mdse. 4 7.0 9.60 12.48 13.12 15.26
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