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Page 6-The Michigan Daily-Monday, October 12, 1987

ClASS.IFIED

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764-0557

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LOST & FOUND
FOUND KEYS IN DIAG. Call Jennifer at
662-4046.
FOUND- a female, short-haired, gray, striped
kitten. Please contact 764-5849.
FOUND- Watch. Call 995-9861.
LOST 2 WEEKS AGO Sony taperecorder in
MLB or Lorch Hall. Reward. Call Mike 996-
9289.
LOST FOOTBALL TICKETS-Sec 27 Row
59 S 14 Reward. Jackie B. 995-9861, 761-
1520.
LOST: CAT, WHITE WITH BLACK
SPOTS and black tail. Male. Call 971-3997.
FOR SALE
CANON EOS650 AF SLR, 35-70mm lense,
case clear and polarizing filters. Like new.
$55!/offer. Call 995-8814.
IBM PCJR; color monitor letter quality
printer, wnting asst. $795 741-6812.
SNELL J2 LOUDSPEAKERS-Sound quality
staggering. Mint. Paid $760. Make offer 747-
6385. David.

FOR RENT

GREEK GAB

AUTOMOTIVE

CAMPUS RENTAL 2-Bedroom unit. $450
Through fall semester. Heat & water in-
cluded. Call 662-8215.
EFFICIENCY AVAILABLE- European
style, with wall to wall carpeting & stone
walls. Please call 761-7491.
TOP CAMPUS LOCATION
Large airy furnished rooms. Parking, huge
loft. Share kitchen & bath. Church & South
U. Modern Management, 668-6906.
FOR RENT. FABULOUS APARTMENT.
Spacious with balcony. Fuller east apart-
ments. Call Sam 663-6829.
FURNISHED PRIVATE ROOM. Full use of
living-room and kitchen. Central Campus lo-
cation. $200/$310 depending on size. Utili-
ties included. Campus Rentals 665-8825.
Jan. to Aug. Sublet- large room in well kept
house close to everything. Comes w/5 con-
siderate, fun roomies. 6655671.
PRIME CAMPUS LOCATION
Large, furnished one-bedroom apt. New car-
pet, new furniture. Washington & State St.
Modem Management, 668-6906.
REDUCED RATES
Spacious efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments near central campus, available for
immediate move-in. Fumishings optional.
Parking and laundry. 1 mo. security deposit.
Prices start $395/mo. Call today to reserve
yours! 663-3050.
SPEARS CORPORATION
1220S. University
A2 (above McDonald's)
OP EN: M-F 9:00-5:00
ROOM FOR RENT near campus, $275/mo,
starting anytime. Call747-967
SINGLE ROOM AVAILABLE now. Unbe-
lievable price! 769-5935, 769-3410.
SUBLET 7 mo. lease. Plush large room on
campus, male pref. $245/mo. 995-3276.
TWO BEDRM APT. $510/mo.n+autilsprkg
AIR, pool, disposal, balcony, near bu's and
stores, 995-0801 til midnight.
WINTER SEMESTER, 3 bdrm. apt.,. great
location, affordable rent lare livvngrea,
fully furnished. Call 769-ยง28
WINTER TERM SINGLE-great location,
price negotiable. Female pref. 61-1969.
Univertity
Tdower~
AnAbr. 1 14 104
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Welcome Alpha Delta Pi
Pledges!
We Love You!
Love, Your New Sisters

STUDENT SERVICES
TYPING SERVICES-$2.50 per page-Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING-ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie 973-1592.
WORDPROCESSING: Dissertations-Term
papers-Resumes. $1.25/pg. + up. 747-2796.
Write on...
Editing and Tping
996-0566
LIKE HORSES?
Pirate's Place Farm offers iding
lessons, boarding and leasing,
just 10 minutes north of campus.
663-0047
Position open for stall cleaner, in exchange
for lessons, horse lease, or (low) pay.

PERSONAL

'77 RED CHEVETTE-New tires, new
brakes, 91,000 mi. $475. 769-1691, 9 am- 1
am.
'78 FIAT 128- 4-door, 4-s peed, rebuilt en-
gine and body. Great winter car! $800. 769-
8375.
1974 BMW 2002- some rust runs well.
$1900 O.B.O.747-8656 ask for John.
1978 CHRYSLER CORDOBA. 75,000;
miles runs well. No rust. A treasured mem-
ber of the family. Call John, 996-3543. $950.
1980 HONDA CIVIC WAGON, automatic,
$875. Call 483-2062.
1980 TOYOTA CELICA SR5, hatchback, 5
speed, clean, $1695. Call 482-9563.
1983 LE CAR very clean sport model, sun-
roof, $1295. Call 878-3355.
1984 NISSAN SPORT TRUCK, alloy
wheels, stereo, nice truck, $3595. Call 483-
2062.
76 CHEVY STA. WAGON good engine,
brakes, $400 or best. 663-616 ask for Noel.
WINTER VACATION IN FLORIDA/ DIS-
NEY WORLD ON US. Buy a Yugo now!!
Call for details. 434-9600.
FOR RENT
EXCELLENT LOCATION
Large, elegant 2 bdrm apt. Newly furnished,
newly carpeted. Parking & Lndr. Modem
Management, 668-6906.
1131 CHURCH. Big 1 bdrm. w/laundry
heat, water. Beautiflapt. in renovated
church. Ideal for couple. 761-7491.
204 N. NGALLS. Cozy 1 bdrm. Large
kitchen. 2 weeks FREE- lease and pets nego-
tiable. Ideal for couple. 761-7491.

GREEK GAB

KAPPAS HAVE NO CLASS!!
LOVE, SQUONK, SMILEY, & T.R.
TO ALPHA GAM ACTIVES
Here's to the future.
LOVE YOUR HOT PLEDGE CLASS

HELP WANTED

***NEED MORE TIME FOR YOUR LOVE
LIFE?
Buy supreme course lecture notes to help
you study. We offer notes for most large LSA
classes.Available at Dollar Bill Coping
Open late weeknights. #665-9200.
A FEW GOOD SHIFTS AVAILABLE on
the set u crew for the Michigan Union:
mon., we., & fri. during the day, & fri. &
sat. ni hts. Please call 763-5911 or stop by
1400 Union for info.
BOO! THE HALLOWEEN SHOP is open 7
days a week Nuns to Ninjas, Freddie & Jason
masks & party supplies. 207 S. Fourth near
Washington, 65-5117.
DESPERATELY SEEKING JAPANESE
CONVERSATION PARTNER. Call Roberta
at 994-3922.
EXCITING "CLOUDSCAPE" paintings and
wood-cuts by U of M grad Chris Stoffel
Overvoorde. On exhibit at Campus Chapel,
1236 Washtenaw Ct, one block south of
CCRB. T-F 12:30-9pm. 668-7421.
Happy 21st Katran
Love, T, Ryan, and Squirrel
HIKING CAMPING, SKIING, rafting trips
inexpensive weekend trips. Join U of M
Outin Club-Meeting Oct 15 Anderson Rm
A&B Mich Union at 6:30 pm ohn 769-9532
IIOMECOMING '87
KING AND QUEEN
UAC/Homecoming announces open nomina-
tions for Halloween Homecoming "87. Ap-
lications are due October 16 by5:00, so sto p
gythe UAC office, 2105 M-Union and pick
one up. For more info. call 763-1107.
JON, May you feel as special today as you
make me feel everyday. Happy 21st Birth-
day! Love, S.B.
LANCELOT--you left your blue shield at the
Village Apothecary--Guinevere.
PAMELA SUE JACOBSON IS TWENTY!!!
Wishing the happiest birthday possible to the
greatest. friend ever. I love you! Love, your
friend the Champ.
SWEETEST DAY IS OCTOBER 17TH.
Mawe someone's day! Send flowers! ON
SALE IN FISHBOWL. $ea., 6 for $5. This
tues., wed., thur., 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Delivery to
dorms and greek housing.
TRINA ROWE, please call Keith from ori-
entation. 764-7922.
".The Earth is but
one country and
mankind its citizens..."
-Baha'u'llah
THE
BAHA'I
FAITH
An Introductory
Discussion by
John Paul Vader, M.D.
Monday, Oct. 12, 7:30 pm
Michigan League,
3rd Floor, Room D
Sponsored by the U of M Bha'I Club
STUDENT SERVICES
**FOUR STAR TYPING**
Quality, guaranteed work at reasonable rates.
Rush service available. Open 24 hrs, 7
days/week. On campus. 668-6109.
A-I TYPING- On cam p us. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
ABANDON YOUR TYPING TO US
Professional service at the best rates.
Free icku & deliver.439-8957
PROFESSIONAL EDITING. Tping and
consultation available. Rent-An-Editor.
995-5853.
SPANISH TUTOR. Native teacher offers
private classes at low rates. 761-2275.
TYPECRAFTC TYPING Best rices in town!
Quality work, 10 yrs. exp. 973-8375.
TYPING & WORDPROCESSING--
Fast/accurate! nearby/discounts/$5 off/Sandi
426-5217

Next classes for
the December 12th
GRE
start Saturday,
Oct. 17th
E 5 L 996-1500
Test Preparation
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

Next classes for
the December 12th
LSAT
start Saturday,
Oct. 17th

PART-TIME HELP NEEDED to staff com-
puter/AV user's facility on medical campus.
flexible hrs. mostly weekdays. $3.95-
$4.05/hr. Call Geoff or Sharron at 763-6770.
PHONE ANSWERER WANTED for Ann
Arbor Yellow Cab. Full or part time, week-
ends and evenings. Apply in person upstairs.
at 127 Adams St. Mon.-Fri.
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING FIRM
requires one person for part-time office help.
Must have typing skills, good organizational
skills, a professional attitude, and a courteous
ph one voice,.flours are flexible.
Please send a letter of qualifications to:
330 E. Liberty Ste. 3D
Ann Arbor, M'I 48104
Attn.: Office Manager
No phone inquiries, please.
SALES POSITION- Part time. Feigel's
Men's Clothing. 318 S. Main St. 761-52 0
TELEMARKETING FOR ALLSTATE IN-
SURANCE. Earu to $9.50/hr. Call Mon.-
Fri. from 9-5, 662-5577.
TELEPHONE FUND RAISING. Evening
hours, 2 nights per week for 5 weeks.
$4.40/hr., plus bonus. Call 763-5576.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUR-
VEY RESEARCH CENTER is hiring tempo-
rary part-time telephone interviewers. No ex-
perience necessary. We will train. Must be
able to work 3 shifts per week. Evenings &
weekends. Pay begins at $5.50/hr. Applica-
tions available at the Institute of Social Re-
search Personnel Office, rm. 1090 between 8
am & 12 pm and 1 pm to 4:30 pm, mon.-fri.
A non-discriminatory affirmative action em-
ployer.
WANTED- WORK STUDY GRAPHIC
ARTISTS to work week days/nights.
$5.10/hr. For more information call 763-
1107. UAC is an Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
WANTED: Part-time worker for 4 weeks to
carry a sandwich board. Good pay. Call 764-
0561 days and 662-2453 nights.
WE WILL SURVIVE
Every town in Michigan's got a TOUCH OF
WASTE. PIRGIM has part-time jobs to pass
toxic cleanup laws. Earn $35-5O/ day. all
Jerry at 668-6683.
WORK-STUDY LABORATORY ASSIS-
TANT wanted. Dept. of Pharmacology 763-
3083.
t u
" WAITERS
" WAITRESSES
" HOSTS
- HOSTESSES
- BARTENDERS
- BUSSERS
" DISHWASHERS
" COOKS (Up to $6.00)
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
APPLY IN PERSON
MON.-SAT. 9:00-5:00
3795 WASHTENAW
ARBORLAND

EN DEL 996-1500
Test Preparation
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

HELP WANTED
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR
telemarketing company working
afternoons & evenings. $5-$10/hour.
Located 2 BLOCKS from Student
Union. Call 996-8890.
Ask for Mr. Rush.
STUDENTS
PART TIME
FLEXIBLE HOURS
Telemarketing firm with several morning,
afternoon, and evening positions
available.
GUARANTEED $6/HOUR
POTENTIAL $12/HOUR
Call Pat Larkin between 10:00-5:00
996-2011 or 996-2027
RESEARCH VOL UNTEERS
NEEDED
Healthy male volunteer 18-55 may
qualify for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for
participation.
Call Sally McKenna, R.N., 996-7051.
Monday-Thursday, 8 am -3 pm.
PARKE/DAVIS PHARMACEUTICALS
BUSINESS SERVICES
SPEAKER REPAIR
- Custom built hi-fiand
professionalloud speakers Ir'
" Rental sound systems
- Emergency repair service
for fraternities
CALL NOW...........761-5455
GOING PLACES
***SPRIN~G BREAK***
Acapulco trip. occ. from $419.
Cancun trip. occ. from $559.
Jamaica quad. occ. from $469.
Club Med dbl. occ. from $960.
Space limited- Book earl
Regency Travel, 209-211 S. State
665-6122
FOR INTERVIEWS VACATIONS GET-
TING AWAY- COMLETE TRAVEL. 1920
PACKARD, 761-6533.

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACCOMPANIST
To play rehearsals 1o 3 eves./wk, MTW 7-
10pm $20/service. Call 973-3264.
Applications Are Now Being Accepted for
LAC Committee Chair Positions. Ticket
Central
* Debate
*Soundstage
Applications are due Monday, October 19 at
5 p.m. UAC is an equal opportunity em-
ployer.
ART, PHOTOGRAPHY POETRY, writing
needed for Sexual Assault Awareness Week.
We are particularly interested in the work of
survivors of sexual assault. For more info,
call The Sexual Assault Prevention and
Awareness Center, 763-5865.
BABYSITTER: 7:45-12:30pm, M-F. Own
transportation. Call 971-6189.
BABYSITTER. Wed. Aft. 2-5 for 2 yr. old.
$5/hr. Ref. req. 665-9331.
BUSBOY/DISIIWASHER- Full-time days
and weekends. $4.50/hr start. Meals.I mme-
diately! Apply in person - The Southside.
Packard at tate. 761-7540.
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN. Dependable
strongwomen needed part-time to aid dis-
abled professional woman w/meals, personal
care, some driving. Central campus area.
662-2734.
EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS-
TANT. Must be organized & articulate.
Communication, typing & computer skills a
plus. 663-8686.
FOOD SERVERS/BARTENDERS. Start at
$5/hr. Can move up quickly. Day help pre-
ferred. Call Russell 747-9099. ppe
GOOD PAY FOR good people. Pleasant
telephone work for non- prof it group. Clear
friendly voice a must. Dill anr Main. Call
769-9505.
HELP WANTED-STUDENTS. Flexible
hours around your class schedule. Part or full
time, above minimum wage. Call 761-4135.
Ask for Ken, or apply at 2275 Stadium.
LIFEGUARD(S) $5.25/hr. Must have current
and advanced Lifesaving and CPR. Hours 7-
9:30pm Mon-Fri. Please apply at the Ann
Arbor Y, 350S. 5th Ave.
ON-CAMPUS TRAVEL REPRESENTA-
TIVE or organization needed to promote
spring break trp to Florida. Earn money ,free
tops ,and valuable work expernence. C all 1-
800-433-7747.
OUTSIDE SALES REP., flexible hours, on
campus, Automation Link 747-9000.
OVERSEAS JOBS, Sum, yr round. Eur, S.
Amer, Aust, Asia. All fields $900-2000/mo.
Sightseeing, free info, write IVC PO Box
52-M11 Corona Del Mar, Ca. 92625.

- Paid vacations
- Insurance plan
STuitionassistance
program

- Training programs
- Advancement
opportunities
"Quality environment

TICKETS

5 INXS TICKETS FOR Oct. 17th, Hill Au-
ditorium. Call 996-9390.
HAWAII RND TRIP tix $99 + hotel. Good
till Dec 89 Call 761-9047. Call Now!
I DESPERATELY NEED 4 tickets for
Northwestern or Ohio State game. Please call
930-1515!
NEEDED: 6 Northwestern Tickets. Prefer-
ably in student section. Call Tracy, 761-3805.
OHIO STATE TICKETS!! As many as pos-
sible!! 761-3930. Ask for Brett.
UM-OSU FOOTBALL TICKETS needed for
large company. Call 614-899-7376.
WANTED: U of M football tickets. 668-
6282.

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FOR A GREAT PLACE TO WORK...
NO PLACE ELSE IS
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CLASSIFIED ADS
Call 764-0557

ROOMMATES

LARGE ROOM TO share w/ nice male one
half blk. from E. Quad, $190/mo., incl. Free
use of pinball machine. 665-0427.

ACROSS
1 Festive event
5 Pile up
10 Companion of
17 Across
14 War god
15 Handed out
16 Cheese tray item
17 Columbus' flag
ship
19 Used a loom
20 Expression of
approval
21 Cat burglar
23 Member of the
crew
24 Pack animal
25 - it up (have
fun)
28 Nipa palm
30 Zones
34 Bambi's aunt
35 Humdrum
36 Andean animal
37 Actress
Dickinson
39 Babble
41 Advantages
42 Dr. -, of
children's books
43 Raincoats, in
the UK
45 Brown of renown
46 Goody
47 Edible starch
48 Exceedingly
49 Fashion items
51 Farrow of film
53 Radar target
56 They financed
Columbus
60 --mell
61 Visited by
Columbus: 1492

5 - of the Ocean
Sea: Columbus'
title
6 Protein source
7 Bern's river
8 Blunder
9 Belle or Bart
10 Columbus
found this, with
"The"
11 Matinee -
12 Church part
13 Resident of USA
18 Oklahoma city
22 Papal capes
24 Site of a
Columbus
landfall:
1492
25 Most
insignificant
26 Circle or tube
27 Unclear
29 Child's game
31 Bold bird
32 Local Mideast
ruler
33 Impudent

35 Outdid
38 Columbus'
sponsor
40 Purse
44 Mariner's
need
47 Take long
steps
48 - into thin air
50 "The Merry
Widow"
composer

52 Actor
Richardson
53 Animal
protection org.
54 Hard worker
55 Dash
56 Hits the -
57 Whit bit
58 Part of a picket
fence
59 Cuts alfalfa
62 Wrongdoing

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