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Page 6 -The Michigan Daily-Thursday, February 11, 1988
C. JASIFIED ADS 764-0557

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LOST & FOUND
POUND: LADIES WATCH, in front of
S *h an Union early Thursday, Feb. 4. Call
FOUND: On Church near S. U., one gold
earring. Describe it and it's yours. Call 665-
4699.
FOUND: SET OF KEYS with "Beth" on
them. Call764-7480.
LOST: GLASSES, grey case. 'Reward.
Please call Ted 764-8717.
LOST: LADIES GOLD SEIKO watch looks
like Rolex. Btwn. SEB/MLB on Mon., Feb.
8REWARD. Please call Lisa 663-6397.
FOR SALE
HOME/CAR COMPONENTS & SPKRS.
TV'S/VCR's. COMPUTERS. SUPER
,IRICES. 668-1011.
MICHIGAN CO-ED
NAKED LACROSSE T-SHIRTS
100% COTTON MEDLAR
$6.00 665-5494
REALISTIC CD PLAYER 3-spot laser re-
mote control, warranty. $175. DAN 64-
0859
VALENTINE GIFTS! Engagement Ring. 36
*P. Diamond Marquis W/l18 Kt. Gold B and.
VDI2 GH Color. $550 OBO. Mark 565-0665.
y AUTOMOTIVE
'75 CADILLAC EL DORADO. Excellent
conidition. No rust. Only 49,000 miles.
$3,000. 973-9134.

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FOR RENT

FOR RENT

MUSICAL

FOR RENT

AVAILABLE IMMED. for sublet: Two bed.
apt., Morden Bldg., 800 Fuller 769-7520.
BEST BUY IN 2 BEDROOMS
Economical apts. for the larger group at ex-
cellent campus location. Deluxe fumishings
avail. Modem Management 668-6906 or 63-
3641. Open 7 days/week.
BEST SECRET ON CAMPUS-HENDER-
SON HOUSE CO-OP. Spring leases. Inex-
pensive: under raduate women please apply.
1330 Hill St. Call668-6774
CAMPUS
6 bdrm. home. Living room, dining room,
kitchen, 2 baths. No pets. 572-0961.
CAMPUS. Forest and Hill. Modem 2 bdrm-
for 3 or 4. May or Sept. leases available. 769-
6478.
CO-OP HOUSING of, by & for students.
Info at Union Rm. 4002 or 662-4414.
FALL 1988
CAMPUS LISTINGS
Efficiencies 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Fumishe'd & Unfurnished
8 & 12 month leases
Listings at
U of M Off Campus Housing
or
Wilson White Company Inc.
150S. Fifth Ave. Suite 200
995-9200
Member Ann Arbor Apartment Association
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share one bdnn.
lrg. apt. for Mar.& Apr. &/or summer mos.
urch St. Rent neg. 930-0764.
FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM APT. $500/mo.
+ util. No pets. Available Sept. 572-0961.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY APT. $350 per
mo. Available now. No pets. 572-0961.
FURNISHED APT.
Large size two bedroom apt.
$535. Call 662-4446.
HENDERSON HOUSE UNDERGRADU-
ATE WOMEN'S CO-OP. Fall applications
available: five mm. from Diag, piano, cable,
parking, computer, meals. All for approx.
$250/mo. and 5 hrs. work. Come by1330
Hill St. for an appl. OPEN HOUSE Feb 15 &
16 7-9 pm.
HOUSEMATE(S) NEEDED: to share 5
bdrmL house on Greenwood w/4 men. Fur-
nished, laundry, parking. Call Steve: 764-
5660.
LEASE: NOW-SEPT'88. 1 bdrm. in 5 bdrm.
ap. Lg. kit. dshwsh. laund. pkg., 2 baths.
$250, mcl. utils. Joy 161-814 .
MAY TO AUGUST SUBLETS available.
Call for info. 761-9885. Ask for Jon or Eric.
ONE BDRM. UNFURNISHED APT. Cam-
pus area near Business and Law School.
Parking available immediately. Call 994-
9272, Mon.-Fri.
SPR/SUM SUBLET- spacious dble. in lrg.
house. Parking, wsh/dry, sundeck. Rent neg.
662-5261.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET: Rm. in annex
to lg house. Own kitchen, lvg mm,
wsh/dry,prkng, sundeck. Neg. Call Mel 662-
5261.
SUBLET AVAILABLE: MAY-fall option.
Spacious 2 bedroom apt. close to cam us,
perfect for 3. Includes parking, laundrv, bal-
cony, hardwood floors, fireplace. Call 747-
9425.
SUBLET MAY-AUG., 1g. nn. in 3 bdrm.
house, $280 + util.,neg. Nancy 665-7588.
SUBLET MAY-SEPTEMBER
7 bdnn. house with two baths near Kerry-
town. Totally renovated. Call Angela or Kim,
662-5261 or Stacey, 995-4599.
UNFURNISHED Campus Efficiencies to in-
clude parking and all utilities. $425/month.
Call 663-1443.
WE CAN MEET EVERYONE'S NEEDS
Top campus locations available.
2 bdrms. for 3 or 4.
1 bdrm. for 2.
Efficiencies (some w/balconies).
Sleeping rooms.
Modem Management 668-6906 or 663-3641.
Call us 7 days a week to discuss your options.

SUMMER STORAGE: RESEVERVE your
storage pacenow, before they are all gone.
A $15 refundable dep. will reserve 1 of 10-
5x5 units until Apr. 15. $20 ref. dep. will re-
serve 1 of 20-5x10 units. Call today, first
come, first serve. Stowaway Self-storage.. I-
94 & Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. (1 mile south of
ftbl. stadium), 769-0119
-Univelrsity
Towe r\
A''.
An Abo.' 14 04
116-2680
TOWER PLAZA
CONDOMINIUMS
Your College Housing...
Expense or Investment?
An ideal location, with the only view of
its kind in Ann Arbor, and an investment
to assist with your college education
expenses. Before you make a decision
about your fall semester housing we
strongly suggest you visit Tower Plaza
Condominiums. This opportunity can
assist you with the ever increasing costs of
yourcollege education. By putting your
housing dollars to work during the next
several years your parents may enjoy
investment and tax advantages. In the
meantime you are living 1 block from
campus, in a quiet atmosphere in which
to pursue your studies with a panoramic
view of The University of Michigan
campus and Ann Arbor - and restaurants,
shopping and entertainment are all at your
doorstep. Tower Plaza is located at 555 E.
William, Ann Arbor. Models are open
daily from 9-5.
1 TRIAD
REALTY ASSOCIATES
"The Condominium Specialists"
663-1530

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. CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC.
5 bedroom bi-level apartment May to May
lease, 2 full baths, built-in dishwasher, mi-
crowave and self-cleaning stove, central AC,
completely furnished, tenants pay utilities,
two blocks to central campus and near
CCRB. Call 663-4101--ask for Chris.
***FALL'88***
Listings now available for our efficiencies, 1,
2, 3 bedroom apts. and whole houses for
Sept. rental. Listingsecan be picked up at
120S. University, Ste. 215 (aove McDon-
alds) or call Spears Corp. at 663-3050.
1 BDRM. APT. Near med. ctr. Avail. 2/19.
Take over lease thru June. $430 mo. incl.
H/C water gas stove & heat, parking, carpet,
storage. 799-1951.
1 BDRM. in 4 bdrm. house. Great location.
$190/month. Neg. Feb/Aug. 663-6865.
1 BED APT. 3/1 thru 7/1 old west side. Very
quiet street bsmnt w/ washer, yard, $425/mo.
+ elec, $20b sec. 761-2623.
BDRM. APTS. large enough for 3 ppl. in
istoric house on N. State near Frieze- new
carp -fum-laun.-no pets. $780, heat incl. May
& ept. Lease. 769-1534.
BDRM. APT. in Modern Bldg. 2 1/2hblocks
'from Law School. $740 incl. gas, heat &
water. 912 Oakland. 994-9079.
2 BDRMS. AVAIL. in 4 Bdrm. Hse. Park-
in g+ Laundry. Grt. location near Blue Front.
$30/mth. + util. Matt 665-0419.
2x-BEDROOM APT. AT WILLOWTREE,
other side of North Cam pus. Subleasefrom
Mar. to July at only $475. Includes parking,
gas, and heat. Call 665-4369.
2 FURNISHED ROOMS AVAIL. immedi-
ately in roup houses on E. Jefferson. Call
994-9272, Mon.-Frn.
3 BDRM 4 PERSON HOUSE, furnished, on
campus, May lease, $875. 995-3276.
3 bdrm. apt. in Carriage House 1224 Washt-
enaw Ct. Available ay 198$. Call 995-
1190.
_ AND 6 BDRM. APTS. on Lawrence near
t UM Hospital. Recently redecorated. May-
May lease. Call 994-9272,9-5 Mon.-Fri.

STUDENT SERVICES
WORD PROCESSING: $1.25/pg + up. 1-
227-7915. Pick-up/delivery arranged.
Write on...
Editing and Tying
996-0566
RELAX!! Midterms don't
have to get the best of you!
76-GUIDE's workshop series
presents relaxation and stress
management skills,
Thurs., Feb. 11th, 7-9 PM,
2203 Michigan Union
Call 76-GUIDE or 764-8312
for info.
SAFE WALK
NIGHT-TIME SAFETY
WALKING SERVICE
Operating from
Room 102 UGLI
Seven days a week!
Sun-Thurs 7pm-1:30am
Fri-Sat 8pm- 1:30pm
- or call -
936-1000

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CUPID'S HELPER,
ONLY 4 DAYS'TIL VALENTINE'S DAY
Send Balloons
We deliver on Sunday the 14th.
Call 662-3354 - Up, Up, and Away

VALENTINE'S DAY

GREEK GAB

D PHI E Seniors- We just wanted to let you
know how much WE LOVE YOU! -The sis-
ters of Delta Phi Epsilon.
LOOKING FOR SERIOUSLY MOTI-
VATED students in the Greek system. Colle-
giate sportswear company needs Greeks to
promote t-shirts and sweats for parties,
events, etc. Serious inquiries only. (517)337-
2059. (Call collect).
We went to class for a nig ht,We showed that
we can do it right,Pencils, papers, quizzes,
tests, CHI PSI guys sure are the best! Thanks
for the lessons,Thle Women Of Pi Delta.

PERSONAL

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Fdlit by Tnude Michel JTaffe

.ACROSS
1 Gil or Roy
5 Basilica feature
9 Actor Tamiroff
1 Resident of
Latvia
14 Comic Mort
et al.
1t - trap
17 Usher or
major ending
18 Finland, to a Finn
19 Nobleman
20'Arlene and
Roald
22 Relative of a
buttercup
24 Jimmy
2 Uplifts
27 Cat, in Cordova
29.Ultimate warning
31"Edits
34 Broadcast
35"Ruffles
37 Weather word
38 Revered one
40 Pinza
namesakes
42 Toiler of yore
43 Flower part
45 Mosaic, for
example: Var.
47 Compass point
48 Disintegrates
50 Foul weather
gear
52 Song or gab
ending
53 Bolognese
painter:
1665-1747
54 - loss
(bewildered)
56 Hodnorindna

i:tY>6\.Y vJ 11 MYV 111irilvl V G&AA%,

2 "- Smile Be
Your Umbrella"
3 Without delay
4 "Streetcar" role
5 Balaam's mount
6 Reduce to
poverty
7 Outfielder's feat
8 Sailors' saint
9 Horned viper
10 Stay calm
11 Caesar's route-
12 "Quite
contrary" girl
15 Burn
superficially
21 Maglie and
Mineo
23. Sweet potatoes'
relatives
26 Place for a
chapeau
28 Part of TV
29 Worker's reward
30 Downy duck
32 Crowded
33 Hearty dishes
36 Twenty-four
hour periods,
usually

39 Do a
stevedore's
work
41 Shopper's
special
44 Minus
46 Former
Michigan coach,
"Hurry Up" -
49 Condition
51 Sudden bursts
of activity

54 Saroyan's
"My Name
is -"
55 Weight
allowance
57 Director
Wertmuller
59 Propound
60 Gratify
62 Bath,
for one
64 Mil. title

NO PLANS FOR VALENTINE'S WEEK-
END?
Spend Feb. 13 and 14 in a workshop that will
focus on the possibilities that exist within
your relationships. For more information call
Heidi at 995-1589.
ABBY FINK, GOOD LUCK TONIGHT! I
know that you will be fantastic. Love Sherri.
Baby Dragon
W WEM !1appy 20th Birthday!!
I love you.
-Little Bird.
BALLOON SALE- Heart shaped balloons-
$1. Order in fishbowl- Thurs.Fri., Feb. 11
and 12. Delivery- Valentines's Day. Spon-
sored by Pi Delta.
COMPUTER WIZ WANTED Earn $ & re-
sume reference. Benchmark and/or graphics
knowledge helpful. More info, 663-6398p
DIAL a Jewish Story 995-5959. Another
project of the Chabad ltouse.
ERICS SPORTS factory closeouts on shoes,
swimsuits, and racket sports. Best prices on
campus! 10-6 pm. 419 E. Liberty. 2 blks. off
State. All star sale $15!
I DO! I DO! I do love you! So I'll bring you
Russel Stover candy. Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University.

DAVE PAT STEVE FRED & TOM: of 78
huber: You turn me on!! HVD Love, Stacey
Gay & Straight-WE ARE ALL FELONS!
S NO to sodomy lars. Love Crimes Day
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY PHILLIP!!!
I Love You! PB + VS Always!!!
HEY PATRICK - I think you're pretty
groovy! BGT Hotlegs
HOLLY - You're My #1 Hot Mama! Lots of
Love Always - Janet
K.J. Here's to seeing you more. Thanks for
caring! Mary's a schmuck!
MONTE I love you and miss you. Ican't wait
to see you! Love GABRIELLE.
STOCKWELLIAN GANG of '84-'86: Jud-
ers, Mitch, Debra Poo, Kimba, & Betheros-
Thihks for the memories guys! Luv, Law
School Flake P.S. Vote Democrat!!!!
TJ-Happy Valentine's Day Baby! Thank U
for being so special-I love you! Jill
To my lion lover: I will stalk you in the jun-
gle of desire! LOVE HONEYBEAR
STUDENT SERVICES
"BUSINESS & SOCIETY IN JAPAN"
Optional Credit/Financial Aid
International Internship Programs
406 Colman Bldg. 811 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104. 206) 623-5539.
****FOUR STAR TYPING****
Quality, guaranteed work at reasonable
rates. Rush service available. Open 24 hrs, 7
days/week. On campus. 668-6109.
***JUST YOUR TYPE***
Prompt professional service-best rates
AM/IPMhrs. FREE pickup & delivery.
*DISCOUNTS 439-8957*
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/accurate/ professional/campus/Sandi
426-5217
**TYPING SERVICE: Word Processin g,
spell checking and more. Low rates. 763-
2"301.
A-1 TYPING- On cam pus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
CB DATA SERVICE: Editing, Typing,
Word-Processing. 439-7862.
FREE TUTORING for 100-200 level math
physics, chemist and engineering courses.
to 10 pm Mon., Wed., & Thurs. in the UGLI
rm. 307. A service of Tau BetaPi, the Engi-
neering Honor Society.
GEM'S TYPING SERVICE- neat, accurate,
and on time. $1.50 per page. 662-7965.
INTERESTED in the ideas of AYN RAND?
Then oin the U-M STUDENTS OF OBJEC-
TIVISM. For info contact 747-8369.
LSAT INDIVIDUALIZED TUTORING by
experienced U OF M law student. No tapes,
4-tour classes, or $500, 665-7097.
QUALITY TYPING & WORDPROCESS-
ING
Fast, efficient. Call Joy, 764-6771.
TYPECRAFT TYPING Best prices in town!
Quality work, 10 yrs. exp. 973-8375.
TYPING on electronic typewriter. Let-
terQuality. Reasonable Cost. 572-0213.
TYPING SERVICES-$2.50 per page-Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING-ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie 973-1592.

Achieve the DAT Score
You Need with EXCEL
" Organized, Up-to-Date Materials
- Videotapes for Additional Practice
- Your Best Value in Test Preparation
Classes for the April 23rd DAT
begin: Saturday, March 5th
E - 996-1500
Test Preparation
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
HELP WANTED
*ACTUIVISTS*
Feminists, environmentalists, humanitarians.
The arms race dehumanizes all of us. Work
for the courage of your convictions while
laying the groundwork for large reductions in
nuclear stock piles. SANE/Freeze, America's
peace lobby is hiring full/part time organizers
for its national field program. Be part of the
rising tide for genuine peace. Call 663-3913
10 to 4 p.m. for interview.
ALSKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT--
FISHERIES
Earn $600+/week in cannery, $8,000-
$ 12,000+ for two months on fishing vessel.
Over 8 000 openings. No experience neces-
sary. IVfALE OR FEMALE. For 52-page em-
ployment booklet, send $6.95 to M& Re-
search, Box 84008, Seattle, WA 98124.--30
day, unconditional, 100% money back guar-
antee.
APPLY NOW
Earn $45/day working full or part time for
The Michigan Citizens Lobby. Develop your
communication and public relations skills.
663-6824.
ATTENTION STUDENTS
PART TIME JOBS
TO SUIT YOUR SCHEDULE
PIRGIM is hiring students to work at making
the environment an issue of the '88 cam-
paigns. Full time positions available for
s "ingbreak and summer. Traning provided.
Call Sandy. 668-6683.
ATTENTION CELLISTS AND VIOLIN-
ISTS
Local musician w/Ian independently pro-
duced album currently receiving air play is
looking for a cellist & violinist for perfor-
mances and recording. Songwriter w/ over
100 orig. songs seeks individuals interested
in playing the folk/new age circuit in the
Greater Detroit area mostly weekend perfor-
mances. Musical style is a cross bw. folk
music & chamber music. Please, only ac-
complished musicians. Send letter of inquir,y
& bio. no later than Feb. 20th to: Pram s
Neighbors, 1475 Ravenwood, Ann Arbor, Mi
48104.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, simnastics, WSI, ath-
letics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks.
Camp Camelot on College Campuses at Mas-
sachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina
California. Contact: Michele Friedman, 941
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, NY,
11581. 800-421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELOR POSITIONS AT
YMCA STORER CAMPS on Stony Lake
near Jackson, Mi. Co-ed, ages 7-17, unique
programs: horses, aquatics, sailing, wilder-
ness adventure, intemational emphasis. For
further information contact: Paul Delong.
Phone: 747-4333.
DAY CARE for infant in home. 30-40 hrs.
per week. Must have references. Call 662-
4114.
EDITOR POSITION AVAILABLE
The Michigan Ensian, U-M's undergraduate
yearbook is accepting a lications for the
Editorin-(zhief position four the 1989 edition.
This paid position involves planning and
editing the 1989 book as welI as assembling
and organizing the editorial, business and
photo staffs. This highly responsible position
offers the experience of running a 4W-page,
$100,000 project. There is some time com-
mitment necessary this term and during the
summer, book production takes place next
fall.
Interested applicants should call Michael
Bennett at 764-0550 or 662-2453 to arrange
an interview. Phone calls will be accepted up
until Monday, Feb. 15. A writing sample and
resume will be requested at the interview.
Any major will be considered.

HELP WANTED
CAMP POSITIONS AVAILABLE--Jewish
Center overnight camp in Westem New York
seeks energetic and creative staff to work'
with children. General counselors, and spe-
cialists in swimming, boating, wdsurfing,
tennis, arts and crafts, camping. Excellent
opportunity to gain leadership experience.
Local interviews possible. Former staff avail-
able with information at 996-2559.
CAN YOU SAY "TELEFUND"?
If you can and want to participate in the Uni-
versity 's personal outreach program, stop by
611 Church st., suite 304.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
EXPERIENCED MATURE BABYSITTER
for infant and preschooler. 6-10 hrs/wk. Ref.
required. Own transp. pref. 662-3552.
HIVES
U Dermatology Research needs volunteers
with chronic hives (urticaria) to test oral ther-
apy. Medication and clinic visits free for eli,
gible persons. $100 paid for successful co-
pletion of 5 week study. Call 936-4070 Mon-
Fri., 9:00-4:00 for details.
HOMEWORKERS WANTED! TOP PAY!
C.I., 121 24th Ave., N.W., Suite 222, Nor-
man, OK 73069.
PORTER-MAINTAINING A GROCERY
Warehouse in neat, clean and orderly manner.
20-25 hrs./wk. at $5/hr. Apply in person at
the guards station (3 miles North of I-94 exit
#162). 5. Abraham & Sons
280 North eeb Road
Dexter, MI 48130
PRESTIGIOUS NEW HAMPSHIRE CO-ED
CAMP needs responsible, highl motivated
individuals. Good salary, room, oard, laun-
dry and transportation or compensation from
the N.Y. area provided. Group leaders
(college grad) waterfront, tennis soft-
ball/baseball, basketball and general coun-
selors. For more information write: Pierce
Camp Birchmont, personnel department, Mi-
neola Avenue, Roslyn N.Y. 11576.
PSORIASIS
U Dermatology Research needs volunteers
with moderate to severe psoriasis to partici-
pate in research projects. Clinic visits and
medications are free to eliible ersons. Call
936-4070.-Mon.-Fri., 9:00-4:00, for details.
STUDENTS NEEDED TO SERVE as sub-
jects for a project examining the use of com-
puters in writing. Experience using com puter
software for wnting requried. $5.00/hr. for 1-
2 hours time. Call Deanna Migut, School of
Ed. 936-2743.
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
THERE'S A JOB FOR YOU IN A SUM-
MER CAMP
The American Camping Association (N
will make your application avail. to over 30
camps in the Northeast. Exciting opportun-
ties for college students and professionals.
Positions avail.: all lad and water sports, arts
& crafts, drama music, dance, trippmg, na-
ture, R.N.'s M.b.'s aides kitchen mainte-
nance. COLLEGE (IREDft AVAILABLE.
CALL OR WRITE FOR APPLICATION.
AMERICAN CAMPING ASSOCIATION
43 W. 23 st. Dept(UM), New York, N1
10010, 1-800-/77-CAMP.
TWO PSYCH EXPERIMENTS. Each takes
less than 1 hour. Get $5 for one or $10 for
both. Dean761-7304, 10 am-2 pm or 971-
0845 6 pm-10 pm for appt.
WORK STUDY. LAB ASSISTANT for Bio-
med Research to make media, clean glass-
wware. Flexible hours. EOE. Call 747-2221.
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR
telemarketing company working
evenings. $5-$8/hour. Located 2
BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush.
Publishing Internships
- Positions include research, indexing,
editing, proofreading, word processing,
and data entry. 10 hours/week minimum.
Call Mary Hashman at 434-5530
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
EXPERIENCED PHOTOGRAPHER: any
kind of work offered. Call 663-2339 anytime,
FAST TYPING-Introductory offer: $/p
with this ad! Professional, accurate, wordpro-
cessing (which means changes are easy). Call
996-9056.

MISCELLANEOUS
END RACISM! be a pioneer in race relation'
at UM through a positive, constructive ap-
proach. Call Penry 764-8744.

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I N G I WANT TO EXCHANGE ENGLISH FOR
A T E JAPANESE. Call David 996-5960 anytime.
N S JOHN---Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on
contact lens preparations at the Village
Apothecary---Lucdfer.
O 1 D MATURE FAMILY of 4 desires rental home
R I A fall '88 for 15 mo. term. Grad. student. Pets.
3 bdrms. needed. Close to cam us. Write
17411 54th P1. West Lynwood, Washington
STE 98037.
2/11/88 MODELS, ACTORSr & TALENT
WANTED. No expenience. M/F. Call
Michael Jeffreys Model & Talent Agency.
11 12 663-NEXT.
PERSONAL LIVES: Before entering Holly's
love palace, Chip, a former student of
Keith's, recognizes him and decides to take
revenge for the C- he received in philosophy
last semester and calls Vanessa. Meanwhile
Karen is preparing roast chicken, flavored
with rat poisoning, as her dog begs to be fed
Purina Puppy Chow...

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GIANT FLEA
MARKET
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new and used. i150dealers,
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun., 214 E. Michi-
gan at Park, Downtown Ypsilanti, 487-5890,
971-7676. CM0422

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beautiful and spacious apartment on Church
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2 2 2 ROOMATES IN ONE. We are 2 and
looking to make new friends. If you have
space next fall call Dave 769-8738.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED IMME-
DIATELY to share bedroom in 2 bedroom,

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RLOOM COUNTY

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