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CLASIFIED ADS 764-0557
GOLDSTAR GIIV-42FM VCR $275. Sears
Free Spirit 24' 10 speed brand new $75. Ask
for Kevin 995-8797.
IlOM/CAR COMPONENTS & SPKRS.
TV'S/VCR's. COMPUTFERS. SUP~ER
NEW AGE CRYSTALS ideal for meditation;
s prirtual ro'Th. On sale $20 ost paid.
Crystals IcA 213 Ypsilanti, Mi. 48 97
TI1';- 4fABLE, CASSETTE DECK. Must
sell, hurry. John, 662-7847.
TYPEWRITER-Electric Brother Student-
Riter XL I. Never used. 195. 761-3330.
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
CCR B. Call 663-4101--ask for Chris.
Listings now available for our efficiencies, 1,
2, 3 bedroom apts. and whole houses for
Sept. rental. Lisungs can be picked p at
1220 S. University, Ste. 215 (above Mc on-
alds) or call Spears Corp. at 663-3050.
2 BDRM., A/C, DISIWASIIER, LAUN-
DRY, PARKING FURNISIIFI) 2-4 PEO-
PLE, AT GREAT LOCA'lION ON
S.FOREST AT HILL. $470/MO. NEG.
CALL NOW 747-7518.
3 BDIRM 4 PERSON IIOUSE, furnished, on
campus, May lease, 5875. 995-3276.
721 EAST KINGSLEY AlPTS. I and 2
bdrms. furnished. May and Sept 12 mo.
leases. Listings at U of I Off Campus
Housing. Th DG Properties: 996-5598._
911 S. Forest near lill. Modem 2 bdrn. with
balc., air, May or Sept. leases. Call M/Wfh
AFFORDABLE, SPACIOUS 2 bdrn. apts.
Located on Packard near E. University. Con-
venient to U of M athletic fields. Many ex-
tras. Modern Management, 668-6906.
AVAILABLE MAY 2nd. 5 bednn. apt.
$1550 monthly + utds., two baths Call Shah
665-2723/994-1200 extension 3400.
6 bdnn. home. Living room, dining room,
kitchen, 2 baths. No pets. 572-0961.
CIEIAP RUENT FROM NOW UNTIL May
1st on 7 bedroom, unfurnished house with
two baths. Totally renovated. Call Sherri,
668-6216 eves./,weekends. No fall rental.
Listings at U/M Off-Campus Housing Office
WILSON WHITE CO., INC.
ANN ARBOR APARTM ENT ASSOCIA-
CO-OP lIOUSING of, by & for students.
Info at Union Rm. 4002 or 662-4414.
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!
Modern Management, 668-6906.
FIVE BEDROOM, WELL MAINTA INE D,
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-
ply. Call 737-244.
FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM APT. 5500/mo.
+ util. No pets. Available Sept. 572-0961.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY APT. S350 per
mo. Available now. No pets. 572-0961.
HOUSE FOR RENT
7 Bdrms., 818 Oakland, reasonable
rent-- Call Todd 761-9697.
IURON 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
August. Incl. heat some parking avail. Call
665-6519 from 9-5'or 930-0728 til 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 utilii-
ties, September lease. Only responsible, car-
ig people need apply. 73-2445.
SP/SU SUBLET- 1g. 3 bdnn. apt. patio, free
Idry., dishwasher, A/C close to campus,
S650/mo. negotiable, 741-9892. p
SPRING-SUM MER SUBLET- 909 Church,
2 dbl. bdnn., bidlevel apt., 2 bths.- rent neg.
Call 764-5919 or 764-9 754.
SUBLET EXCELLENT LOCATION 3 blks.
from campus. May-August efficiency with
complete kitchen and walk out porch
$200/month call 1-855-9644 late afternoons
to make appt.
SUHLET May to August. Spacious 2-4 per-
son apt. located on In galls and I luron. Park-
ing, A/C, furnished. C ALL 930-0718.
SPRING/SUMMER ONE BEDRM. across
from Rick's. Furnished, park. avail. Call Pam
at 663-7820. Best Offer.
S U BLET: MAY-AUG. WV/FAL L OPTLION.
Efficiency apt. 5 min. f/diag. Air cond., laun-
dry, and storage. Ileat/water inc. in rent. Julie
SUMMER SUBLET at amazing location!
MAY-AUG for female to share large room. 1
blk. from Union on State. Free laundry, a/c.
$165/month. Call Katy, 996-4854.
TWO BEDROOM APT. NEXT TO CCRB.
Sept.-Sept. Lease. Furn ished. Lauund ry.
Parkin . Large Kitchen. Large Bathroom.
Large Bdrooms. Call 769-8284 Michael.
TWO ROOMS AVAIL. NOW in quiet pvt.
home 2 mi. off campus for nonsmoking veg.
students. S 165-180/1mo. 769-0942 eves.
UNFURNISIIlED one bdnn. and 1g. effecien-
cies to include parking and all utilities. Sept.
lease. Call 663-1443.
t arshdAa rments
Ann Arix MI48104
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"
* 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
WHAT DO YOU HAVE 1 LOSE? U-M
Dlcpt. of Kinesiology, Exercise, Nutrition, &
weight Control Clinic offers nutrition semi-
nars, exercise classes and body composition
testing for weight control. New classes start
M arch14. 1or more information call 764-
1342 or comecby room 3050 at the CCRB.
****FOUR STAR TYPlNG****
Quality, guaranteed work at reasonable
rates. Rush service available. Open 24 hrs, 7
days/week. On campus. 668-61().
***JUST YOUR TYPE:***
Prompt professional service
Discounts. ,FREE picku p & delivery.
8AM-91PM * 439- 957.
**TYPING & WORI)PROCESSING**
**TYPING SERVICE: Word Processing,
spell checking & more. Low rates. 763-2301.
A-1 TYPING- On campus. Professional.
Rush service available. 668-8898.
C11 DATA SERVICE: Editing, 'Typing,
CUSTOM SEWING and A LT'ER-
A TIONSProfessionaily done. Call 994-5530
FR EE TUTOR ING for 100-200 level math,
physics, chemistry and eneineering courses. 8
to 11) n Mon., Wed. & Thurs. in the UGLI
rm. 3 07. A service od Tau BetaPi, the Engi-
neering I onor Soc iety.
G EM'S TYPI NG SERVICE- neat, accurate,
and on time. $1.50 per page. 662-7965.
QUALIY TYMIG & WORDPROCESS-
Fast, efficient. Call Joy, 764-6771.
LSAT GMAT GRE
REGISTER NOW to prepare for these up-
coming June exams. the Stanley II. Ka-
planEducational Center can help you score to
your potential. Call 662-3149 today to re-
serve your place in class!
TYPECRAFT TYPING Best prices in town!
Quality work, 10 yrs. exp. 973-8375.
TYPING SERVICES-52.50 per page-Letter
TYNING-A LL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie 973-1592.
Edit in, and Typing
A CAREER IN THE
BUSINESS OF SPORTS
To order a list of company
names, addresses and phone
numbers of 200 sports
marketing firms and 150 events
promoters, send $9.95 to
Sports Advisory Group,
52 Nod Hill Road,
Wilton, Connecticut, 06897
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, co-ed
children's camp, Northeast Pennsylvania, of-
fering a spirited, supportive atmosphere for
personal growth. General and specialty coun-
selors needed for: Swimming, Sailing, Water-
skiing, Tennis, Gymnastics, Team Sports,
Computers, Self-Defense, Fine Arts, Guitar,
Drama, Piano, D~ance, Cheerlading, Ceram-
ics, Crafts, Photography, Nature, Group
Leaders (20+). Other jobs available. On
campus interviews: Wednesday, Marchg9th
from 11:30amn to 5:30pm iii the Michigan
Union Ballroom. For further information
WOMEN 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.
$$$ EARN MONEY $S$
Be a subject in a psych. experiment on how
people learn to operate unfamiliar devices.
For more info call763-5298.
ART STUDENTS!!! Earn extra money
making posters. Call 665-8123. Norm Foltz.
ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR for Camp
Courageous, a residential summercamp for
people with mental retardation, located near
Toledo, Ohio. A bachelor's degree in related
field and/or considerable experience in camp
programmin g is required. To apply, contact
' the Camp Director, 151 N. Migan, Suite
200, Davis Bldg. Toledo, O1 43624.
(419)242-4412. An' Equal Opportunities Em
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, slinastics, WSI, ath-
letics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks.
Camp Camelot on College Camp uses at Mas-
sachusetts, Pennsylvanma, North Carolina
California. Contact: Michele Friedman, 941
Ilewlett Drive, North Woodmere, NY,
CAMP COUNSELORS WANTED FOR
CA MP COURAG IOUS, A RESIDENTIAL
SUMMER CAMP for people with mental
retardation, located near Toledo, Ohio. To
app l, contact the Camp Director, 151 N.
Michigan, Suite 200, Davis Bldg., Toledo,
lI 43624. (419)242-4412. E E.
CO-ED Massachusetts summer camp seeks
counselors. Call (914)762-2820.
COMMUNICATIONS MAJORS: Where can
you gain valuable exerience for your re-
suimne? Michi gai TILFund, 611 Church st.,
suie 304. Ca l763-7420 to earn $4.50-6.50
an hour plus bonuses._
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-94(X), Rafiq.
DONT'T WAIT UNTIL SUMMER TO
LINE UP A JOB! Now is the time to line tip
a job or a yearly position as a nanny. Fanlics
are screened and our clients represent some
of the best New York City area has to offer.
If you are over 18 and enjoy working with
children lease call collect:
FAMIL IEL PERS INC.
1032 Long Iidge d.
Stamford, CT 06903
GET PAID to talk on the phone. Research fa-
cility needs interviewers. No sales. No cxp.
necessary. S5/hr. Call 994-0975 for more in-
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 com-
letion of 5 week study. Call 936-4070 Mon.-
Fri., 9:00-4:00 for details.
IIOMEWORKERS WANTEDI! TOP PAY!
C.I., 121 24th Ave., N.W., Suite 222, Nor-
man, OK 73069.
1IOUSEMOTHER WANTED for Ohio State
sorority. You offer: related ex perience, matu-
rity, and enthusiasm. We offer: room and
board, salary, plus warmth and companion-
ship. Reply to: Debbie Saxon Marks, PO Box
71 7,Columbus, OIl 43216.
INSTRUCTORS/ DIRECTORS: SUMMER
POSITIONS at Orchard Lake Country Club.
Must be cerified instructor or substantial
background. Send application to Orchard
Lake Country Club, 500 W. Shore Dr., Or-
chard Lake, &1148033.
IZZY'S IIOAGIE SIIOP now hiring for
lunch help. Good pay, will train, fami y at-
mosphere, on bus route. Apply at 1924 W.
LAB ATTENDANT - Clinical Research
Center. work study. 10 hrs/wk., inventory
supplies, & write up order requests. Prepare
& clean glassware. Some interest in science
preferred. Call 936-8101 Sandy Ostrowski or
936-8102 Kathy Walden.
LAW STUDENT to write brief. Re: nui-
NOW I IRLNG ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES
to sell advertising for The Michigan Daily.
Spring/Stmmer or Fall/inter tens ava-
abe. Job description and applications in se-
nior staff office. DEADLINE MARCII 11.
OFFICE ASSISTANT:. Permanent pt. posi-
tion. 20-30 hrs./wk. Duties: photocopyuig,,er-
rands & other office related dttes. Mist ave
own trans. South of Briarwood. Call Karen at
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS for 4
camps in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. Ex-
pertence and a specialty area such as swim-
ming, art, sports etc. required. Full time, ap-
proximately $5/hour. Send letter and resume
to Thelma Valenstein, 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 advertising for the Michigan
Telephone Directory. ravel opportunities.
Exene ad training program in Chapel
1 ,N.Loking for enthusiastic, goal-ori-
ented students for challenging, well-paying
summer job. See University Directories for
interviews at the Summer Job Fair March 9,
Michigan Union or see School olBusiness
Administration Placement Office by Mar. 4.
NEW YORK STATE CATSKILL MOUN-
Cabin Counsellor/Instructor and Specialty
Instructor positions available in ALL LAND
AND WATER SPORTS (WSI\ TENNIS,
ENGLISH RIDING, WATLRSKIING,
GYMNASTICS, PH1OTOGRAP IIY, AND
MANY MORE. Additional positions avail-
able in all facets of KITC I lEN, DINING
ROOM SECRETARIAL AND MAINT'E-
NANC . Representative at Michigan Union,
March 18. F-or infonnation and application,
WRITE DIRECTLY: SEQ UOIA-UMgn
Box 1045, Woodstock, NY, 12498 orCALL:
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
S4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
QUALIFIED STUDENT for large VIDEO
'RAPING JOB, profit, experience.r451-9422.
U Dermatology Research needs volunteers
with moderate to severe psoriasis to partici-
pate in research projects. Clinic visits and
medications are free to eligible persons. Call
936-4070. Mon.-Fri., 9:00-4:00, for details.
RELIABLE, ENERGETIC STUDENTS are
needed to help develop the master graphics
database of camn pus buildings, landscape, and
infrastructure. We are hoping that creative
people in the arts, humanities and sciences
wiln bing us their special perspectives. Expe-
rinein self-teaching is necessary. We will
be using the latest in microcomputer technol-
ogy. Wel paying temporary 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 I loover and Greene.
RESORT 1)TELS, Cruiselines, Airlines &
Amusement Parks NOW accepting applica-
tions for summer tobs, intemships and career
positions. For info. & ap. write National
Colle iate Recreation, P. . l'3ox 8074 ilton
IIead Island, SC 29938.
SALESPERSON NEEDED now throughout
summer. Marty's mens wear. 310 S. State St.
STUIENT TO DIRECT YOUTI PRO-
GRAM at Brighton church. Sunday work
onl $70.00 per Sunday. Call 227-7411. Ask
for Iev. McConnell.
STUDENT TYPISTS: Tired of making min.
wage? If you type 80 wpm min. you can
greatly increase your eanin gs! Close to cam-
pus, very flxble hrs. 668-6898.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. U of M Dept. of
Dermatology Research needs volunteers to
test a new topical product for moderate to se-
vere eczema. Clinic visits and medications
are provided free for eligible persons. Call
936-4070 for details about this 2 week study.
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.
RESEARCH VOL UNTEERS
Healthy male volunteer 18-55 may
qualify for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for
Call Sally McKenna, R.N., 996-7051.
Monday-Thursday, 8 am -3 pm.
"BUSINESS & SOCIETY IN JAPAN"
Optional Credit/ Financial Aid International
Internshi Programs, 406 Colman Bldg., 811
1st Ave. ,cattle, WA 98104. (206) 623-5539.
Amsterdam from $468
Frankfort from $428 -
London from $468
Eurail Youth pass $320
Regency Travel, 209--211 S. State
Call for details, 665-6122.
COE BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
ROCKIES '88. Whitewater rafting jeeing,
van support. College Cycle Tours 313>357-
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761-533.
PARKING SPACES on Arch St. 2 blocks
from campus. Reasonable rates. Call 747-
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new -and used, 150 dealers,
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun., 214 E. Michi-
gan at Park, Downtown Ypsilanti, 487-5890,
WOMEN ARTISTS-THIS IS YOUR BIG
CHANCE! Dis play you visual artworks or
come & per!onn'IHIS WEEKEND,
MARCH 4-! Call 764-0618 for more infor-
mation.WOMEN'S WEEKEND 1988
AGD and A EPi
TAKE ON THIlE CIIALLENGE!
ALP IA X IDELTA PRESENTS
"Bear Your Tan" contest
Sunday, March 6 at Rick's
Doors open :30 - contest begins 10 pm
Raffle and $500 in door prizes
Bring photos - coolest one wins prize!
SIGMA DELTA TAU and PSI UPSILON
co-sponisor a "Night for IHuman Rights''
For Amniesty International
IOPM Saturday, March 5 at the U-CLUB
Featuring IlIE DIFFERENCE
Tl'lETA CIII * ALPI IA XI lELTA *
"The taste of victory is oh so sweet!"
WE CAN TASTE IT!!!
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe
1 Lascivious look
5 Cog unit
10 Command to
14 Helpful one
26 Dan Beard's gp.
27 Actor David
35 Goddess of
37 Sticky stuff
38 Wander about
39 - superlatives
40 Comic Costello
41 Greek letter
42 Crow or Fox
44 Cotton fabric
47 Give -- whirl
48 Lily bulbs
50 A rite of spring
58 Words of
59 Tunic of a sort
3 Genesis location
4 Does a
5 Circus performer
6 Granny, in Berlin
7 Adult acorn
8 - bien
10 "The Last -":
11 "Cat Nation"
12 - Benedict
13 More's mate
18 Knock out
22 Steel city of
24 Byron's "-
25 Sniffler's needs
27 Israeli desert
29 Author Gore
32 Arctic abode
45 Dastardly ones
49 Actor Kaplan
50 Venus de -
55 San - Obispo
56 Feudal serf
57 Render airtight
60 Poet's before
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
L AMNA DE CO S A IL S
IDOL EXAM AGREE
MORE CORA CROWN
AB I RD I NTHEHAND
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TO0M TO0M P A N
G A SH S COT E R
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DO0R IS M E RE E ROS
A N NES P LO0Y T A PE
CIIURZCI LADY T-shirts, )osters, buutonis.
At Middle Earth 1209 S. ,niversity. Now
isn't that convenient.
DIAL a Jewish Story, 995-5959. Another
project of the ChabadIlouse.
ERICS SPORTS factory closcouts on shoes,
swimsuits, and racket sports. Best prices on
campus! 10-6 pmn. 419 E. Liberty. 2 blks. off
State. All star sale $15!
FASHION COORDINATORS NEEDED!
Mass meeting March 4. 420 Maynard, noon.
For info call Alyssa at 764-0552/764-0553.
IIAVE HEALTIIY HAIR! All the su >lies
you need at the Village Apothecary. 1112 S.
Models wanted for the Michigan Daily spring
fashion issue. Mass meeting-noon Mar. 4th
420 Maynard. For info. cal Alyssa at 764-
0552 or 764-0553.
MODELS, ACTORS & TALENT
WANTED. No experience. M/F. Call
Michael Jeffreys Model & Talent Agency.
NEW MENU & NEW DISCOUNT coupons
are ready for you. Good food & good savings
Suaranteed. Pick them up at DR. WU'S, 707
. ackard next to Blue Front, or at DR. WU'S
in Mich. Union 747-8900.
PARENT DEATH SURVEY
Earn a few bucks as a research participant in
the convenience of your own home. Need
adults who as youths (6 mo. - 18 yrs.) suf-
fered the death of a parent. Leave message
for Terry 'l'empinsky: 344-1484.
PEQUENA: Call me!
SARAII, CARRIE, JILL, BETH aid JIl!
You all win-TOTALLY! Let's do it again on
March 12. Love, Anne(coach) PS the red
bandanna is frozen. Happy B-day Ill!
WANTED: Applicants for Michigan Pageant
at MSU on March 22, 1988. Prize is 500
and a trip to Indianapolis. For application or
information call 313-634-7017.
" 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 5 L996-1500
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
Achieve the DAT Score
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Achieve Your Maximum
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* 6 Class Sessions focus
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" Video-taped Lessons for
- Personalized Instruction
with Affordable Tuition
Classes for the April 9th GRE
begin: Monday, March 7th
1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
/fI NEED 2 01110 ST. B-BALL TIX!/a Call
FOR SALE- 4 tixs. Purdue. Best offer. Call
Tim at 764-2965.
FOR SALE: Rush tickets for Friday and Sat-
urday nights March 4th and 5th. Great lower
bowl seats. Call Mike 995-5918
RUSH- TICKETS! Mar. 4th Joe Louis.
CallMitch 764-6974 or Pete 764-6971.
TICKETS NEEDED for OSU b-ball game!
Top dollar paid - Call 994-0159.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
11 12 1
NEED A ROOM? I've got one in a 2 bed-
room apt. $340/mo. oackard & State. All
the conveniences of home. Call and leave a
message 995-3736 for Stephen.
NONSMOKING FEMALE WANTED to
share one bdrm. on S.U. close to campus.
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by Berke Breathed
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