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CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557'
GOEDSTAR GHV-42FM VCR $275. Sears
Free Spirit 24' 10 speed brand new $75. Ask
for Kevin 995-879T.
HOME/CAR COMPONENTS & SPKRS.
TV'S/VCR's. COMPUTERS. SUPER
NEW AGE CRYSTALS ideal for meditation,
sprirtual growth. On sale $20 post paid.
Crytals Fox 213 Ypsilanti, Mi. 48197
T RNTABLE, CASSETTE DECK. Must
s ,hurry. John, 662-7847.
TYPEWRITER-Electric Brother Student-
Riter XL I. Never used. 195.761-3330.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC.
Sbodroobn bi-level apartment, May to May
lease, 2 full baths, built-in dishwasher, mi-
crowave and self-cleaning stove, central AC,
cprmpletely furnished, tenants pay utilities,
two blocks to central campus and near
CCRB. Call 663-4101--ask for Chris.
Listings now available for our efficiencies, 1,
2 3b droom apts. and whole houses for
Se t. rental. Listings can be picked up at
122 OS. University, Ste. 215 (above McDon-
alds) or call Spears Corp. at 663-3050.
3 BDRM 4 PERSON HOUSE furnished, on
campils, May lease, $875. 995-3276.
721 EAST KINGSLEY APTS. 1 and 2
bdrmg. furnished. May and Se pt12 mo.
leases, Listin s at U of M Off Campus
llouing. Th DG Properties: 996-5598.
9 ff S. Forest near Hill. Modern 2bdrn. with
bale., air May or Sept. leases. Call M/W/l'h
AFFORDABLE, SPACIOUS 2 bdnn. apts.
Located on Packard near E. University. Con-
venient to U of M athletic fields. Many ex-
tras. Modern Management, 668-6906.
AVAIILABLE MAY 2nd. 5 bedmi. apt.
$1550 monthly + utils., two baths Call Shah
665-2723/994- 1200 extension 3400.
131-LEVEL FOR 2. 30-ft. windows, fum.,
parking and heat. 16 mo. lease only. Summer
only$375. FI/Wn/Sp/Sm $660.
6 bdrm. home. Living room, dining room,
kit6hen, 2 baths. No pets. 572-0961.
CHEAP RENT FROM NOW UNTIL May
lst'onl 7 bedroom, unfurnished house with
two baths. Totally renovated. Call. Sherri,
66a-6216 eves.! weekends. No fall rental.
CO-OlD POUSING of, by & for students.
Info at Union Rm. 4002 or 662-4414.
CAMPUS APART M I NTS
Listings at U/M Off-Campus Housing Office
WILSON WHITE CO., INC.
ANN ARBOR APARTMENT ASSOCIA-
Don't fret 'till after we've met
And shown you our lovely apartments.
Do you want one or do you want two,
We've got the bedrooms to satisfy you!
Modem Management, 668-6906.
FIVE BEDROOM, WELL MAINTAINED,
furnished house--parking, low maintenance.
On S. Forest near Packard. $1250 per month
plus utilities. May lease or possibly Septem-
ber. Only responsible, caring people need ap-
FURNISH ED 1 BEDROOM APT. $500/mo.
+ util. No pets. Available Sept. 572-0961.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY APT. $350 per
mo. Available now. No pets. 572-0961.
HURON TOWERS APARTMENTS North
Campus. Furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments with short term leases. 665-9161.
LG. FURNISHED EFFICIENCIES- 527'
Packard $415-425 mo. Begin Sept. 1 thru
Au gust. Incl. heat some arking avail. Call
665-6519 from 9-or 930-0728 tiI 10pm.
MAY TO AUGUST SUBLETS available for
under $200. Call Jon or Eric at 761-9885 for
ONE TO TWO PERSON, well-maintained,
furnished apartment. $470/month plus utili-
ties, September lease. Only responsible, car-
ing people need apply. 737-2445.
A few blocks can equal big savings on your
campus apartment for fall.
Please contact\ aWILSON WIHITE CO.,
ANN ARBOR APA RTM ENT ASSOCIA-
SUBLET EXCELLENT LOCATION 3 blks.
from campus. May-AU gust efficiency with
complete kitchen and alik out porch
k200/month call 1-855-9644 late afternoons
to make appt. _______
UNFURNISH)ED one bdnn. and 1. effecien-
cies to include parking and all utilities. Sept.
lease. Call 663-1443.
SUMMER SUBLET at amazing location?
MAY-AUG for female to share large room. 1
blk. from Union on State. Free laundry, a/c.
S165/month. Call Katy, 996-4854.
536 S Fore
Ann Artxr M 48104
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
your college 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.
"The Condominium Specialists"
***JUST YOUR TYPE***
Prompt professional service
Discounts. FREE pickup & delivery.
8AM-9lPM *** 439-8957.
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
**TYPING SERVICE: Word Processing,
spell checking & more. Low rates. 763-230 .
A-1l TYPING- On cam pus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
CB DATA SERVICE: Editing, Typing,
FREE TUTORING for 100-200 level math,
physics, chemistry and engineering courses. 8
to 10 pn Mon., Wed. & "Thurs. in the UGLI
rm. 307. A service of Tau BetaPi, the Engi-
neering IHonor Society.
GEM'S TYPING SERVICE- neat accurate,
and on time. S 1.50 per page. 662-7465.
QUALITY TYPING & WORDPROCESS-
Fast, efficient. Call Joy, 764-6771.
REGISTER NOW to prepare for these up-
coning June exams. the Stanley II. Ka-
plan Educational Center can help you score to
your potential. Call 662-3149 today to re-
serve your place in class!
TYPECRAVF TYI' NG Best prices in town!
Quality work, 10 yrs. exp. 973-8375.
TYPING SERVICES-52.50 per page-Letter
T YPING-ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie 973-1592.
Editing and' yping
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 E"E 996-1500
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
AGD and AEPi
TAKE ON TIlE CHALLENGE!
ALP IA XI DELTA PRESENTS
"Bear Your Tan" contest
Sunday, March 6 at Rick's
Doors open 8:30 - contest begins 10 pm
Ralflle and $500 in door prizes
Bring photos - coolest one wins prize!
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT--
Earn $600+/week in cannery, $8,000-
$12,000+ for two months on fishing vessel.
Over 8,000 o enin s. No experience neces-
sary. MALE OR F&A LE.or 52-page em-
ployment booklet, send $6.95 to M L e-
search, Box 84008, Seattle, WA 98124.--30
day, unconditional, 100% money back guar-
ART STUDENTS!!! Earn extra money
making posters. Call 665-8123. Norm Foltz.
ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR for Camp
Courageous, a residential summer camp for
people with mental retardation, located near
Toledo, Ohio. A bachelor's degree in related
field and/or considerable experience in camp
programmin is required. To apply, contact
the Camp Director, 151 N. Michian, Suite
200 Davis Bldg. Toledo, Ol 43624.
(419242-4412. An'Equal Opportunities Em-
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics, WSI, ath-
letics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks.
Camp Camelot on College Campuses at Mas-
sachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina
Califorria. Contact: Michele Friedman, 941
Iewlett Drive, North Woodmere, NY,
CAMP COUNSELORS WANTED FOR
CA MP COURAGIOUS, A RESIDENTIA L
SUMMER CAMP for people with mental
retardation, located near Toledo, Ohio. To
a ly, contact the Camp Director, 151 N.
ichigam, Suite 200, Davis Bldg., Toledo,
OIl 43624. (419) 242-4412. EOE.
COMM UNICATIIONS MAJORS: Where can
you ain valuable experience for your re-
sume? Michigan Telefund, 611 Church st.,
suite 304. Cal 763-7420 to earn 54.50-6.50
an hour plus bonuses.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
Prestigious co-ed Bershire, MA summer
camp seeks skilled colce tunors, seniors
and rads. WSI, Tennis, i ing, Windsurf-
ing V aterski Canoe, Athletics, Aerobics,
Archery, Gol, Gymnastics, Fitness/Weight
Training, Arts and Crafts, Photograph,$il-
ver Jewelry, Theatre, Piano, Tance
Stageflech, ComputerScience, Rocketry
Camping, Video, Woodworking, Newspaper.
Have a rewarding and enjoyable summer.
I)ONT'T WAIT UNTIL S UMMER TO
LINE UP A JOB! Now is the time to ine up
a job or a yearly position as a nanny. Families
are screened and our clients represent some
of the best New York City area has to offer.
If you are over 18 and enjoy orking with
children please call collect:
FAMILY IIEILPERS INC.
1032 Long Ridee kd.
Stamford, CT 06903
Easy Work! Excellent Pay! Assemble
r (lects at home. Call for infonnation. 312-
l41-8400 Ext. A-2084.
IIELP! WORK FOR U-CLUB Catering. 10
hours paid training! One kitchen cleaner--
weekends, flexible schedule, 4-8 hours/shift.
U-M is an equal opportunity employer. Call
II OMEWORKERS WANTED! TOP PA Y!
C.I., 121 24th Ave., N.W., Suite 222, Nor-
man, OK 73069.
IIOUSEMOTIE.R WAN xED for Ohio State
sorority. You oler: related exprince, matu-
rity, and enthusiasm. We offer: room and
board, salary, lus warmth and con panion-
ship. Reply to: Debbie Saxon Marks, PO Box
717, Columbus, Ol 43216.
I NS''R UCTORS/ DlRIECTORS: SUM ME R
POSITIONS at Orchard LikeC otntry Club.
Must be certified instructor or substantial
backg round. Send plication to Orchard
Lake Country Club, )(00 0W. Shore Dr., Or-
LAB ATENDANT - Clinical Research
Center. 10 hrs/wk., inventory supplies, &
write up order requests. Prepare & clean
lassware. Some interest in science preferred.
Phone 936-8081 Sandy Ostrowski or 936-
8102 Kathy Walden.
NEED A FEW EXTRA DOLLARS? Ilave
M, W, F 1l:30am-1:30pm free? The U-Club
dining room needs a runner. If interested, call
936-2702 for more info. U-M is an equal op-
portunity, affirmative action employer.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: Permanent pt. posi-
tion. 20-30 hrs./wk. Duties: photocop'ir, er-
rands & other office related duties. Mist ave
own trans. South of Briarwood. Call Karen at
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QUALIFIEI) STUDENT for large VIDEO
'lAPING 3013, profit, experience. 451-9422.
SALESPERSON NEEDED now throughout
summer. Marty's mens wear. 310 S. State St.
STUDENT TO DIRECT YOUTI PRO-
GRAM at Brighton church. Sunday work
only. S70.00 per Sunday. Call 227-7411. Ask
RELIABLE, ENERGETIC STUDENTS are
needed to help develop the master graphics
database of cam pus buildings, landscape, and
infrastructure. We are hoping that creative
people in the arts, humanities and sciences
wi bring us their special perspectives. Expe-
rience in self-teaching is necessary. We will
be using the latest in nmcrocomputer technol-
ogy. Well paying tenporary positions for part
and full time work are open now and for the
summer. Apply in person only at the Engi-
neering Services Office near the Southeast
corner of Iill and Greene.
S'TUDENTTYPISTS: Tired of making min.
wage? If you type 80 wpm min. you can
greatly increase your earnigs! Close to cam-
pus, very flxble hrs. 668-6898.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS for 4
camps in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. Ex-
perience and a specialty area such as swim-
ming, art, sports etc. required. Full time, ap-
proximately $5/hour. Send letter and resume
to Thelma Valenste, Community Educa-
tion 2800 Stone School Rd., Ann Arbor,
SUMMER JOB INTERVIEWS: Average
earnings $3,100. Gain valuable experience in
advertising, sales, and public relations selling
:ellow page advertisin for the Michigan
felephone Directory. ravel opportunities:
Ex pense aid traintng program in Chapel
hi l, NC. Aoking for enthusiastic, goal-on-
ented students for challengin gwel -paying
summer job. See University lirectories for
interviews at the Summer Job Fair March 9,
Ajichigan Union or see School o Business
Administration Placement Office by Mar. 4.
SUMMER JOBS! CAMIP SEQUOIA. NEW
YORK STAT CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
Cabin Counsellor/Instructor and Specialty In-
structorpositions available in ALL AND
AND WvATER SPORTS VS) TNNIS,
ENGLISH, R IDIN, VA lRSKlNG
GYMNAS''ICS, PHOTOGRAPlY, AND
MANY MORE. Additional ositmons avail-
able in all facets of KITCHEN, DINING
ROOM, SECRETARIAL A NI MA INTE-
NANCE.'Representative at Michigan Union,
March 18. I-or information and a nlication
WRITE DIRECTLY: SEQUO -UMgn,
Box 1045 woodsock, NY, 12498 or CALL:
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
TI lE U-C:U3 CATERING SERVICE needs
help. Flexible schedule 10-15 hours/week.
Must have open: M, W, F, 10:30am-2pm.,
Fri.-Sat. evenings. Experience preferred--
Call 936-2702. U-M is an affirmative action
U-CLUB DINING ROOM NEEDS YOU!
Thmree food prep persons, flexible schedule
but mainly mornings and weekends. No ex-
perience necessary. Call 936-2702 for more
info. U-M is an equal opportunity, affinna-
tive action employer.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY--Immediate stu-
dent openings including: Taubman Stacks,
Public health, Grad, museums, and others. 8-
20 hours per week, flexible schedules..
$3.90/$4.15 per hour. Library Personnel, 404
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. U of M Dept. of
Dermatology Research needs volunteers to
test a new topical product for moderate to se-
vere eczema. Clinicvisits and medications
are provided free for eligible persons Call
936-4070 for details about this 2 week study.
WORK FOR THE U-CLUB CATERING
SERVICE! Flexible schedule--must have
open Fri. evenings, Sat. and Sun. U-M is an
equal opportunity affinative action em-
ployer. ll 936-2704.
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.
Permanent part-time positions
available. Earn $5-11 per hour
while you learn. Flexible hours.
Sales experience preferred.
Call Mr. Maltese, 996-2027
Achieve Your Maximum
Score with EXCEL
ClURCH LADY T-shirts, posters, buttons.
At Middle Earth 1209 S. University. Now
isn't that convenient.
DIAL a Jewish Story, 995-5959. Another
project of the Chabad Ilouse.
ERICS SPORTS factory closeouts on shoes,
swimsuits, and racket sports. Best prices on
campus! 10-6 pm. 419 L. Liberty. 2 blks. off
State. All star sale S15!
FASHION COORII NATORS NEEDED!
Mass meeting March 4. 420 Maynard, noon.
For info call Alvssa at 764-0552/764-0553.
HIOSPITALITlY begirns with something from
otr wine cellar an I sluor department. Vil-
lage Apothecary 1112S. University.
Models wanted for the Michigan Daily spring
fashion issue. Mass meetint-noon Mar. 4th
42(1 Maynard. For info. ca Alyssa at 764-
0552 or 764-0553.
MODELS, ACTORS & TALENT
WANTED. No experience. M/F. Call
Michael Jeffreys Model & Talent Agency.
P EQUENA: Call me!
SARAH, CARRIE JILL, BETH and JH1!
You all win-TOTrALtLY! Let's do it again on
March 12. Love, Anne(coach) PSth e red
bandanna is frozen. Happy B-day JH!
STEVEN, thanks for an amazing week!
You're the best! We love you! Ditz,
Sun Goddess, Sound Sleeper, Psycho, and
Hormone. P.S. SATA P.P .
WANTED: Applicants for Michigan Pageant
at MSU on March 22, 1988. Prize is -500
ard a trip to Indianapolis. For application or
information call1313-634-70 17.
WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO LOSE? U-M
Dept. of Kinesiology, Exercise, Nutrition, &
Weight Control Clinic offers nutntion semi-
nars, exercise classes and body composition
testing for weight control. New classes start
March 14. For more information call 764-
1342 or come by room 3050 at the CCRB.
-*6 Class Sessions focus
on the actual Exam
" Video-taped Lessons for
- Personalized Instruction
with Affordable Tuition
Classes for the April 9th GRE
begin: Monday, March 7th
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
"BUSINESS & SOCIETY IN JAPAN"
Optional Credit/ Financial Aid International
Interntship Programs, 40)6 Colmnan Bldg., 811
1st Ave. Seattle, WA 98104. (206) 623-D539.
EXPERIENCED P1OTOGRAPI IER: any
kind of work offered. Call 663-2339 anytime.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, co-ed
children's camp, Northeast Pennsylvania, of-
fering a spirited, supportive atmosphere for
personal g rowth. General and specialty coun-
selors needed for: Swimming, Sailing, Water-
skiing, 'Tennis, Gymnastics, Team Sports,
Com puters, Self=Defense, Fine Arts, (u itar,
Drama, Piano, Dance, Cheerleading, Ceram-
ics, Crafts, Photography, Nature, Group
Leaders (20+). Other jons available. On
campus interviews: Wednesday, March 9th
from II:30amn to 5:30pm in the Michican
Union Balroom. For further infonnation
W!O(MEN write: 12 Allevard St, Lido Beach
N.Y. 11561 or call 516-889-3217, and MEN
write: 570 Broadway, Lynbrook, NY 11563
or call 516-599-4562.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
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17 Glutton's cry
16 J.F. Cooper
20 Double value, in
23 Off one's feet
A Swiss river
25 Just out
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39 Latin I word
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45 Needle case
45 He's moray
46 "- the piper's
48 Give a poor
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6 Sea duck
98 This is often
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5 Come to a
6 Yeoman of the
7 Magna -
8 1935 Triple
9 Perfumed bag
10 Pearl Mosque
11 Pressing need?
13 DC VIP
21 Packed tightly
22 Poet's muse
28 Have no use for
29 Jannings or
31 Old or young
32 Count calories
33 Division word
34 Grape juice
of a sort
to a yegg
38 Between hop
42 Receiver of
47 Fierce female
51 Lively dance
52 Crude abode
54 Young hooter
55 See 19 Across
56 Bar, at the bar
57 Della of song
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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
SNAP MEAT ACHES
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AVER NAIL TASTE
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/M1 NEED 2 01110 ST. B-BALL TIX!/a Call
WANTED 2 TICKETS for OSU B-Ball
Game. Call Sue at 761-2616.
Amsterdam from $468
Frankfort from $428
London from S468
Paris from $568
Eurail Youthpass $320
Regency Travel, 209-211 S. State
Call for details, 665-6122.
COED I CYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
ROCKIES .'88. Whitewvater rafting,jec ping,
van support. College Cycle TYou rs (313)135
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761- 533.
* MODELS *
for the National CLASSMATE U.S.A.
Classmate of the Month
If you would like to represent your
university, write or call for details to:
455 Eastern By-Pass
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
Att: Mr. Rosenberg
I. - --
WOMEN ARTISTS-TI IIS IS YOUR BIG
CHANCE! Display you visual artworks or
come & perform! THIS WEEKEND,
MARCH 4-6! Call 764-1618 for more infor-
mation.WOMEN'S WEEKEND 1988
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 STUDENT SERVICES
19-****FOUR STAR TYPING****
Quality, guaranteed work at reasonable
22 rates. Rush service available. On 24 hrs, 7
days/week. On campus. 668-610).
27 28 29 30 31
GOING AWAY FALL. TERM? Dec. '88
Grad. seeks lease in studio for fall term. Call
NEED A ROOM? I've ot one in a 2 bed-
room apt. $340/mo. I ackard & State. All
the conveniences of home. Call and leave a'
message 995-3736 for Stephen.
NONSMOKING FEMALE WANTED to
132 133 134 135 1 l
by Berke Breathed
M-IF I- I
WA I if