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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 20, 1986

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LOST & FOUND

FOR RENT

PERSONAL

LOST WATCH: Seiko Quartz Black Band
w/cream face. Lost in Grad Lib engved on
back. VERY SENTIMENTALIPlease call
747-8937.

FOR SALE

Billy Joel-Genesis and Many More-MUSIC
& MO VIETHEATER POST S. John 761-
5108.
FISHER STEREO SYSTEM, great shape.
$100 or best. Also double burner HOT
PLATE, $20. Call 747-9469.e
LEASE FOR SALE on S. Forest: Female
needed to rent bi-level apartment for second
semester. Great location furnishings, luxu-
ries. Double room $234/month. fror infor-
mation call747-88$7.
SKIS, BOOTS, BINDINGS, Intermediate
Level. Will sell separately, 761-1733.
STEREO EQUIPMENT from companies
-such as Spectrum, Rotel, Revolver, and
Thorens. Ca 663-4867 for an appointment.
AUTOMOTIVE
'76 FORD MUSTANG-good transportation.
AM/FM. $250 or best offer 662-5202.
76 Subaru--very good condition, newengine,
new radiator, new 6 month battery, depend-
able. $1500 or best. Call 761-2321 after 6.
'80 FORD PINTO-$450. Good condition.
Call 1-427-7959.
'81 ESCORT STATION WAGON, 4 speed.
$1200 or BEST. AM/FM cassette. 426-4567.
1980 CITATION X-11 V6. Excellent Cond.
4 spd. Low mileage, $1 00. 994-3052.
1980 FIESTA. German made. Good running
condition and body. Sunroof, radio. 133,000
,ni. $700 or BEST OFFER. 641-8912.
1982 Renault LT LeCar. $1795. Excellent
cond. AM/FM Cass Stereo; sun roof; no rust.
Call Mark persistently 663-9905.
77 MUSTANG-4-SPEED, A/C sunroof.
Faircondition. $700 or best. iVust sell
byNov.l5th. 769-5935 MARK after 6PM.
PCHEVETTE '79, low miles, good shape,
$950 or best offer. 761-5865.
:1971 SAAB 96: a classic red with sunroof,
$2600. Call996-0550.
Use Daily Classifieds

EFFICIENCY APARTMENT AVAIL.
Winter term & Summer if desired. $272/mo.
Incl. util., PARK. SPACE, BEST LOC.!!
665-9945.
LARGE 2-LEVEL APT. near cam us &
downtown. Attractive & available. 662-5409.
LEASE FOR SALE- Winter term, single
room, furnished aartment. 2 great room-
mates, $280/mo. 761-51031
SPACES AVAILABLE in vegetariaft co-op.
Great Location. $270/mo. in. utils., food.
995-8925 or 995-8814.
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
Fumnished Apartments
536S. Forest 761-2680
We like to play when it is time to play and
study when it s time to study. And gosh
there's never enough time to play but we find
the time anyways. Would you like to live
with women like us? Would you like to your
own bedroom? Are yoou tired of the same
old run down place for a cheap price?.Stop
looking, give us a call cause we've got ita,
great location $189-$212 per mo. and util.
refurbished 4 bedroom house, new carpet and
bathroom + we have parking avail. Non-
smokers and women prefered ph # 996-
4506.
GREEK GAB
Let the MAGIC SOUND DJ Co. add profes-
sional sound and excitement to your party.
Call 662-3754 (evenings).

MIX-INS. Pop, juice, candy, gum, munchies
& everything you need from the drugstore.
Village Apothecary 1112S. University.
SNUGGLES, THE MAGIC CLOWN is per-
fect for your special event. Call 662-3754.
THE GREAT PUMPKIN COOKIE is at
MOM'S.Munch 'em now or place party or-
ders at:MOM'S COOKIE CO. 619 E.
William
WHO CARES IF KIMBA IS BACK?
Young, attractive, educated and comfortable
gentleman seeks companionship of attractive
Jewish women. Photo a reciated. P.O. Box
1585, Ann Arbor, 48106-
Geris G
Bargain Boutique
Men's and women's fine quality sportswear
and housewares at tremendous savings. De-
partment store buy-out. 715 N. University,
662-0886. c071201

STUDENT SERVICES
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, since 1980. 665-6031.
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.

HELP WANTED

CUPID S HELPER

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

PERSONAL

Looking for the ultimate APRODISIAC? Try
a stereo system from AUDIOLOGIC. Call
663-4867 for an appointment.
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.
SANDI'S TYPING
& WORD PROCESSING
$5 off 1st paper. Professional. Dissertations,
papers, resumes, letters ,briefs. Fast, campus
pick-up. Discounts. 426-5217.

3.85 PER HOUR starting wage for interested
a icants. Apply in person; Burger King,
5UE. Liberty.
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 make a difference. LEE at
PIRGIM 41 Mich. Union 668-6515.
Aggressive students interested in advertis-
ingmarketing. Good Pay, 764-3771.
BUSBOYS NEEDED for dinner: Mon. thru
Fri. Call 996-8619 or 995-4488.
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES?
Eam $75
Volunteers with moderately severe acne
(between 10 & 60 lesions) ages 14-25,
needed to research acne treatments. Only 4
visits over 12 wk. period. Call U of M Dept.
of dermatology 936-4070, Mon.-Fri., 9am-
4pm for appts.
Do you have ACNE affecting your BACK?
For a research study spsored by UM De-
artment of Dermatology which includes
REE consultation and FEE treatment call
936-4070. Limited offer.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR STU-
DENTS.Full or Part time. Day or evening
shifts. Pay starting at over minimum wage.
Apl within or call OLGA'S KITCHEN
265. State. 663-1207-.
HOMEMAKERS NEEDED for Briarwood
Mall Restaurant. Part time or full time help
days. No experience necessary. Call Brad
665-9650,9 am.-ll am.
TACO BELL now hiring $4/hr. See Patti or
Toni. 615 East University.

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 AND MAINTENANCE MAN
wanted. Full and part time, flexible hours.
Call Norm-Foltz 994-6500 between 8:30-
11:00am M-F.
JANITOR FOR EARLY MORNING- Need
3rd person for 3-member staff. 15
hours/week. 764-0550. Ms. McGlothlin.
NEEDED- WOMEN AGED 18-45, pref.
those who have had a child, to act as mod-
els/instructors for pelvic examination by
sophomore and junior medical students.
18/hr. Call U-M Dept. OB/GYN, 763-5908.
NURSING STUDENTS
Gain experience with patients in the home
care setting. We have a vane 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-
Wamer/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 wee
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 996-7051
RESTAURANT, BRIARWOOD MALL
needs part time and full time help, days. No
expenence necessary. Call Bras 665-9650,
betwee 9 am.-11 am.,
SEEKING WORK-STUDY STUDENT for
Alternative Career Center. $4.30/hour, 10-15
hrs/week. Call764-0175.
STUDENT PART TIME. Maint. $4.50/hr.
Flex. hours. AM. or early PM. 996-0696.
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

GOING PLACES

SPRING BREAK! Feb. 21-28. Freeport. Bi-
hamas. $409 Complete Travel. 761- 500.

THE ANN ARBOR NEWS is looking for
two customer service drivers-We need two
people to work part-time delivering individ-
ual newspapers to ourscarriers and customers
in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. Hours for
both positions are Sunday 6am-llam and
Monday thru Wed. 2:30pm to 7:30 pm. A re-
liable vehicle and good driving record is re-
quired. Hourly wage starts at $4.50 plus a
milage reimbursement. Apply at The Ann
Arbor News Personnel Dept. or Call 994-
6754.
TRAVEL FIELD OPPORTUNITY. Gain
valuable marketing experience while earning
money. Campus representative needed un-
mediately for spring break trp to Florida.
Call Campus Marketing at 1-800-282-6221.
TYPISTS NEEDED- $500/wk. at home! In-
formation? Send self-addressed envelope.
Typing, 939 Dewey #102, AA, MI 48104.
WORKERS NEEDED to count absenteebal-
lots on election day, Tues Nov 4.Must be able
to work from 9 A to 9 PM$4/hr.Call City
Clerk's Office 994-2725
BUSINESS SERVICES
Racquet Stringing & Re pairs. 12hr. serv. Free
pickup/delivery. Jerry 662-9829.

10/17/86 IOU romps FAC in B-Ball,
and the trophy returns home.
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 improved un-
derstanding of what you are stud g. Call
the Dianetics (TM)HOTLINE 1-80-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.

MUSICAL

TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII-90, $2.35
each. Dorm carpets tool Call Ron, 761-8524.'
SITUATIONS
WANTED
NEED EMPTY GARAGE on campus to park
car during winter. Call764-1411.

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down to our offices at 420 Maynard St.,
BUT with our convenient desk at the
Fishbowl, you won't have to.
Place your classified ad between
classes, 10-2 EVERY Wednesday.
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Edited by Trude Michel .Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Sheik transport
6 Immerses
10 Grate
14 Lissome
15 Needlecase
16 Writer Wiesel
17 incite
18 Morning sound
in the kitchen
19 Slate
20 Calm down!
23 World region
24 West Pt.
25 Crazes
28 Extent
30 Aminos
34 "Honest -"
35 Stare in a way
36 Spirit
37 Clearwater's
neighbor
-39 Subside
41 Elicit
:42 Oak's offspring
43 Dappled deer
-45 Carmine
46 Like an old
salt's face
47 Kit Carson lived
here
-48 Actor Danson
et al.
49 Spring spell
51 Ghanese
dialects
53 Final offer?
60 So be it
61 Woodwind
.62 Sonata
movement
'63 Connections

5 Singer Lotte
6 Appoint a
representative
7 Thoroughfare,
for Titus
8 Stalk
9 Punjab natives
10 Went over
again
11 Touched down
12 Rural sight
13 Hammer head
21 Mountain in
Thessaly
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25 Destined
26 Ancient
calculators
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29 Gnu's
fellow-traveller
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in India
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Jacques
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56 Halyard
57 Author Bagnold
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1. Lost & Found 10. Help Wanted START DATE: NUMBER OF-INSERTIONS:
2. For Sale 11. Business Services_ _
3. Automotive 12. Going Places
4 For Rent 13. Miscellaneous DAYS 1 2 3 4 5
! 5. Dorm Doings 14. Musical 2 35 .0 62 .6 76
S 6. Greek Gab 15. Situations Wanted 2 3.52 4.80 6.24 6.56 7.68
7. Personal 16. Tickets z 3 5.28 7.20 9.36 9.84 11.52
8. Cupid's Helper 17. Roommates 4 7.04 9.60 12.48 13.12 15.36
* 9. Student Services 18. Computer Mdse.
5 $.80 12.00 15.60 16.40 19.20
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A-1 TICKETS- Billy Joel, Starship, U2 Bob
Segar, Lionel Richie, Cyndi Lauper, Itddie
Money, Peter Gabriel, David Brenner, 2nd
City, More- 665-2469.
A. COOPER, R.ORBISON, B. Joel Red
Wins, Good Seats, cheap. 481-030&348-
FIVE NORTHWEST AIRLINES Free Agent
Tickets. Good until March 1. Best offer. 761-
5621.
NEEDED Tickets to Nov. 15 Football game.
Please call Kelly 764-2992.
WANTED - U-M Football Tickets.. No Sin-
gles. Call 668-6282.
COMPUTER MDSE.
CHEAP COMPUTER TERMINALS- 15
Bucks per month including modem. Call761-
6100 NOW or stop by 334 S. State between 3
and 6pm. daily.
IBM PC'S
Rent-to-own or Purchase
Call Rent-a-Byte 761-2987.
IBM PCjr- 640K, Color Monitor, use it with
MTS! $425. Call Andy 996-1260.
L.E. NUTSHELL INFORMATION MAN-
AGER.WNew. Best offer. Call 747-9767
David W.
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