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LOST & FOUND

AUTOMOTIVE

GREEK GAB

HELP!!! I feel like Pee Wee Herman. On Sat.
someone took my women's bright blue ten
speed Muria Illusions. Any info, call Estee
906-5950. $$ WARD$$
LOST WATCH: Seiko Quartz Black Band
w/cream face. Lost in Grad Lib en raved on
back. VERY SENTIMENTAL!I Please call
747-8937.
FOR SALE
: ily Joel-Genesis and Man More-MUSIC
ZMOVIE THEATER POSTERS. John 761-
4508.
* HER STEREO SYSTEM, great shape.
0or best. Also double burner HOT
y LATE, $20. Call 747-9469.
LEASE FOR SALE on S. Forest: Female
needed to rent bi-level apartment for second
senester. Great location, furnishims, luxu-
es. Double room $234/month. or infor-
4*lation call 747-8837.
" KIS, BOOTS, BINDINGS, Intermediate
level. Will sell separately, 761-1733.
'1EREO EQUIPMENT FOR SALE. Onkyo
t.rntable CP 010A w/audio technica moving
evail cartredge. RTR Digital Five Model 40
speakers. Make offer. 747-6385.
-,STEREO EQUIPMENT from companies
as Spectrum, Rotel, Revolver, and
"Thorens. Cal 663-4867 for an appointment.

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. IMust sell
byNov.15th. 769-5935 MARK after 6PM.
1971 SAAB 96: a classic red with sunroof,
$2600. Call 996-0550.
sW BEETLES. 19,73 Beetle with racing
stripes special seats, perfect all around me-
chanically. From Tennessee, has never seen
snow or salt. Also 1975 VW Convert Beetle,
yellow with white top, only 56,000 miles.
Reducin our collection. Great buys to first
caller. Pease call 971-1100.

WANT TO START A NEW SORORITY?
MASS MEETING
THURS. OCT. 23 at 7:00 p.m.
2231 Angell
OR MORE INFO CALL747-7415 OR 763-
3817
CALL BETWEEN 5-7 p.m.

PERSONAL

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.
SEWING OF ALL TYPES-Fast & Reliable.
Hems, zippers, alterations, mending & non-
clothing projects. O'Della, 973-0565.
Stanley Kaplan Educational Center
203 E. Hoover
662-3149
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

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

1 BDRM AVAIL in 2 bdrm apt. winter term.
Corner of Hill and Packard. Call 668-6355.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT AVAIL.
Winter term & Summer if desired. $272/mo.
Incl. util., PARK. SPACE, BEST LOC.!!
665-9945.
LARGE 2-LEVEL APT. near cam pus &
downtown. Attractive & available. 662-5409.
LEASE FOR SALE- Winter term, single
room, furnished apartment. 2 great room-
mates, $280/mo. 767-5103!
SPACES AVAILABLE in vegetarian co-op.
Great Location. $270/mo. incl. utils., food.
995-8925 or 995-8814.
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
Furnished Apartments
536 S. 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 womenblike us? Would you like to have
your own bedroom? Are you tired of the
same old run down place for a chea~p price?
Stop looking, give us a call cause we ye got it
all great location, $189-$212 per mo. + util.
refurbished 4 bedroom house, new carpet and
bathroom + we have parking ,avail. Non-
smokers and women preferred. Ph.# 996-
4506.

CONGRADS, PATII!!!
I knew you would do it. ,
Love, Michael.
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 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.
JOHN - Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on
contact lens preparations af the Village,
Apothecary - Lucifer.
REEPER- Thanks for a great (and terrifying)
Saturday night! We won't forget it!! The
,,Girls in the Rent-a-Car. P.S. By the way,
who did win World War II??
THE GREAT PUMPKIN COOKIE is at
MOM'S.Munch 'em now or place party or-
ders at: MOM'S COOKIE CO. 619 E.
William.
Young, attractive, educated and comfortable
gentleman seeks companionship of attractive
Jewish women. Photo appreciated. P.O. Box
1585, Ann Arbor, 48106.
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

HELP WANTED

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. Call761-2321 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.
1979 TOYOTA COROLLA - 2-Door,
AM/FM, air, no rust. $1500. Call 761-5446.
1980 FIESTA. German made. Good running
condition and body. Sunroof, radio. 133,000
mi. $700 or BEST OFFER. 641-8912.

3.85 PER HOUR starting wage for interested
aplicants. Apply in person; Burger King,
50E. 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 4109 Mich. Union 668-6515.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT needed.
Must be articulate and self-motivated. Orga-
nizational skills a must. Call 663-8686 after
5:00.
Aggressive students interested in advertis-
ing/marketing. Good Pay, 764-3771.
AU PAIR WANTED for campus-area fam-
ily. Late afternoon babysitting and light
housekeeping in exchange for room and
board in pleasant home! Must drive, but we
can provide car. Please call Janise Honeyman
at 761-6092 (evenings).
BUSBOYS NEEDED for dinner: Mon. thru
Fri. Call1996-8619 or 995-4488.
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES?
Earn $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 sponsored by UM De-
partment of Dermatology which includes
FREE consultation and E 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.
A y within or call OLGA'S KITCHEN
205 S. 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.
IMMEDIATE Positions Available in the Ann
Arbor area for Blazered and Uniformed Secu-
rity guards. We offer high rate of pay and
pleasentbworking cond. for well-groomed &
responsible people. For interview appoint-
ments call\collect (313)399-3373.
JANITOR AND MAINTENANCE MAN
wanted. Full and art 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 vanety of openings,
and offer a flexible work schedule. Must have
passed fundamentals and supply adequate
work references. Call 973-911 between 9
a.m. and noon M-F for an appointment.
PERSONNEL NEEDED for fire watch and
property protection on midni hts. Students,
house spouses and retirees welcome. No ex-
perience necessary. Stop in or call. 611
Church St. Suite 305 Ann Arbor 668-0447.
TACO BELL now hiring $4/hr. See Patti or
Toni. 615 East University.
THE ANN ARBOR NEWS is looking for
two customer service drivers-We need two
people to work part-time delivering individ-
ual newspapers to our carriers 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 im-
mediately for spring break trip 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.
Wanted, Students interested in selling vaca-
tion packages for 1987 "Spring Break Vaca-
tion' to Daytona Beach and Ft. Lauderdale
Florida and South Padre Isles, Texas. Guar-
enteed good trips good commission and
terms. For more info. call 1-800-222-4139 or
write 436 No. Walnut Ave., Wood Dale IL .
60191-1549. Previous experience a plus. Stu-
dent Activities. Fraternity welcome to par-
ticipate.
WANTED: ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE. Must
be self-motivated and articulate. Sports
knowledge a must. Call 663-8686 after 5:00.
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

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 anap
poiniment for your initial work-up this weekc.
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 Brad6 9650,
betwee9am.-11am.
SEEKING WORK-STUDY STUDENT for
Alternative Career Center. $4.30/hour, 10-15
hrs/week. Call 764-0175.
STUDENT PART TIME. Maint. $4.50/hr.
Flex. hours. AM. or early PM. 996-0696.
BUSINESS SERVICES
Racquet Stringing & Re pairs. 12hr. serv. Free
pickup/delivery. Jerry 662-9829.

SPRING BREAK! Feb. 21-28. Freeport. Ba-
hamas. $409 Complete Travel. 761-6500.

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GOING PLACES

MUSICAL

TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII-90, $2.35
each. Dorm carpets tool Call Ron, 761-8524.

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NEED EMPTY GARAGE on campus to park
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Yellowstone
Park
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family
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youngsters
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Saarinen
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Africa
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Wallach
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49 Rugger score
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Newark, N.J.
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Elbe
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Aryan
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***R.E.M.***
MAIN FLOOR 662-7758
A-1 TICKETS- Billy Joel, Starship, U2 Bob
Segar, Lionel Richie, Cyndi Lauper, Eddie
Money, Peter Gabriel, David Brenner, 2nd
City, More- 665-2469.
A. COOPER, R.ORBISON, B. Joel Rod
Winks, Good Seats, cheap. 481-0306,348-
FIVE NORTHWEST AIRLINES Free Agent
Tickets. Good until March 1. Best offer. 761-
5621.
NEEDED Tickets to Nov. 15 Football game.
Please call Kelly764-2992.
WANTED - U-M Football Tickets. No Sin-
gles. Call 668-6282.
ROOMMATES
FEM. PREF. To share 2 bdr. condo near U
Hosp. Call747-8735 after 4 pm.
COMPUTER MDSE.
CHEAP COMPUTER TERMINALS- 15
Bucks per month including modem. Call 761-
6100 NOW or stop by 3345S. State betweeri3
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. New. Best offer. Call 747-9767
David W.

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