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CL1ASSIFIED ADS 764-0557

LOST & FOUND
FOUND: PAIR of contacts in case - on the
corner of East and South University. Call
Mark at 747-9156.
LOST: 1 pr. of PRESCRIPTION GLASSES.
1 apr. black sunglasses. Reward if found.
Centact 996-0053
LOST: Gold Bangle Bracelet on Tuesday,
March 8 in Angell Hall or on Cam pus be-
twen 1-4:30 pm. Great sentimental value.
REWARD!! Call 930-0609.
LOST: JEAN JACKET 3/12 Sat. at the Nec-
tarine. REWARD! Call Patti 763-1862.
LOST: PAIR of ' PRESCRIPTION
GLASSES. Orangish leather case. Round
brown frames. Somewhere on campus about
3/3. Reward if found. Call Jami 764-6914.
FOR SALE
'8' CHEVY CAVALIER. 4 door, automatic,
40,000 miles. Call 572-1406 after 5 pm.
'84 HONDA 500 Shadow, 9800 miles, exc.
cnd., $1250 or best offer. 994-4669.
FOR SALE: 1974 BMW 2002. Reliable,
good condition. $2500. Ph. 517/784-8629.
FUTON LOVERS! Slightly used queen size
Futon $100 negotiable. Cost $160 new! Call
747-8943 or 662-9407.
HOME/CAR COMPONENTS & SPKRS.
TV'S/VCR's. COMPUTERS. SUPER
PRICES. 668-1011.
SLINGERLAND DRUM SET and Zildjian
cymballs: call Scott at 769-1690.
FOR RENT
CHEAP RENT FROM NOW UNTIL May
I sI on 7 bedroom, unfurnished house with
tw baths. Totally renovated. Call Sherm,
66-6216 eves./ weekends. No fall rental.
NO PLACE TO LIVE IN THE FALL?
There are still houses left! 3, 4, and 5 bed-
room apartments and houses. May to May
ahd S.ept to Sept. Oakland Management.
761-7491.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC.
5 bedroom bi-level apartment May to May
lease, 2 fullbaths, 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. Listings can be picked up at
1220 S. University, Ste. 215 ave McDon-
alds) or call Spears Corp. at 663-3050.
***SPRING/SUMMER***
2 BDRM A/C DISHWASHER LAUN-
DRY, PAiKIN FURNISHED -4 PEO-
PLE AT GRAT LOCA'ON ON
S.6REST AT HILL. BEST OFFER. CALL
NOW 747-7518.
1 BDR. FURNISHED APT. On campus.
May lease. $435, util. included. 995-3276 s
1 BDRM. & EFFICIENCY UNFURN.
APTS. for rent. 1 r. lease, 1 block from
campus.$490 and $400. Includes utilities and
parking. 119 North Thayer St. 996-1896.
3 BDRM 4 person bi-level apt.available
Sept. 88-Sept. 89 near S. Univ. & Washte-
naw. Also available: Spring/summer '88.
747-6665.
3 BDRM. APT. Lg. kitchen 1 min. walk to
Med. cntr. Avail. 415. Call 665-6810.
3 BDRM. HOUSE--Walking distance to
campus, washer & dryer, parking.
$950/month. Call 995-0865.
3 GRAD/PROF. WOMEN seek 1Isame to
take on lease in 4 bdrn. apt. close tocampus
$285. Non-smoker. Call 995-3788.
AFFORDABLE, SPACIOUS 2 bdrm. a ts.
Located on Packard near E. University. Con-
venient to UM athletic fields. Many extras.
Modem Management, 668-6906.
ARCH-807-5 Bdrm, LR, fire place, 2 1/2
baths, garage, $ neg., May. 459-914 pm.
ATTENTION JUNIORS: Graduate and go!
We have May to May leases on 1 two-bed-
robn and 3 six-bedroom furnished apts.
Parking. Call 994-9272 weekdays 9 to 5, or
429-0792 evenings and weekends.
AVAILABLE MAY 2nd. 5 bdrm. apt. $1400
monthly + utils., two baths, lnd .Call Shah
994-1200 extension 3400/665-2723.

FOR RENT

CAMPUS 1114 S. Forest spacious 6 bdrm.
hse 2 bath May lease, prking. 426-3724.
CAMPUS HOUSE FOR RENT. 4-PER-
SONS $1050 plus Euil. 1 year lease-starts
s e. Washer/dryer, parking, no pets 971-
3513.
CO-OP HOUSING of, by & for students.
Info at Union Rm. 4002 or 662-4414.
DIVINE SUBLIME SPRING/SUMMER
SUBLET! 2 bdrm. Bi-level, a/c, sun roof, 2
bths. parking, fum., dishwasher, laundry.
For -4 people. S. Forest & Hill. Rent neg.
Call to beat the rush! 761-6084.
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.
EFFICIENCY JULY-AUG. negotiable ex-
cellent location Sun. all day 995-5787.
FALL 1988
CAMPUS APARTMENTS
Listings available at U-M Off-Campus
Housing or contact:
WILSON WHITE CO., INC.
995-9200
FOR RENT: 4 RMS. in unbelievable town-
house on S. Forest-Winter 89. Deck, very
modem. Call Randi or Debbie 994-6023.
FURNISHED 2 BR. APTS. no pets, May or
Sept. lease near medical campus 662-0051.
Sept. only 1 yr. leases near central campus
74-6555 or call Clarion Properties 79-
2255.
GREAT GROUP HOUSE for SUMMER
SUBLET 6 bdrm., 2nd storey deck, laundry,
parking. $1350. Call 747-6622.
HOUSE ON CAMPUS FOR 6. Fum. park-
ing, near IM Bldg. Avail. Sept. 769-64/8.
HOUSE RENTAL NEXT TO STADIUM.
Sleeps 4 or 5. New kitchen, dishwasher,
clothes washer & dryer. Fully fum. Park cars
for football games & keep the money. Avail.
May 1. $1250/mo. Call Mike Wagner 769-
0062 or 663-9031 after 10PM.
HUGE 2 BEDROOM APTS. available Sept.
1. Walking dist. to central campus, med.
school & CCRB. Great rates. Incl. heat &
water. Fully furnished. 663-6829.
HURON TOWERS- 700 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. apt.
avail. May 1. 4th floor, over ooks Arb. pool,
air cond., near hosp. and N.Campus $55/mo.
Call 930-0702.
JRJ REALTY CO.
3 br. house, 1 br. & effic. apts., rooms in
house. All reduced. All vary near main cam-
pus. Call Ken 994-6406 anytime.
MAY TO AUGUST SUBLETS available for
$125. 3 Rooms available in a 5 bedroom
home. Call Jon or Eric at 761-9885.
May-August Sublet. Large 2 bdrm apt. Great
location by CCRB. Great Price Room
enough for 4 people. Dave, 761-1310.
May-May. 2 bdrm. 2 bath. Pking,
washer/der. $800 + elec. Mr. Hill 769-0130.
Modem 2 bdrm. for two, three or four people
with balc., air, May or Sept. leases. Call
M/W/Th 769-6478, 668-6906
NONSMOKER FEMALE rmmate needed to
share a r. in apt. NO RENT until April.
$215/mo. + utils. & FREE LAUNDRY. Call
995-0390 after 5pm.
Room and Board
Fall'88 Winter '89
Singles, Doubles, on campus
Laun , cable, parking, paid utilities, Call
Steve 665-2331
Sp. Sum. sublet. Lg. Rm. Share kitch. & bath.
Price neg. call 761-8565.
SP./SU. SUBLET: Fem. nonsmkr. A/C,
laundr pr., fum. modern apt. 715 Church
(near S.U. bars!) 996-8426.
SP./SUM. SUBLET: 3 bdrm. house, very
closeto cam pus, free cable TV & parking on
Arbor St. Call Andy 930-0738.
SPACIOUS EFFICIENCY, fully equipped
very close to campus, for summer sublet. Call
996-8399 (try any time).
SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM SUBLET
Utilities INCLUDED. CHEAP/negotiable.
BEST location. CALL 996-1738.
SPACIOUS SUMMER SUBLET, 3 bed-
room, air conditioning, parking, dishwasher,
convenient to downtown and campus. May to
Aug Rent negotiable. Call Sarah at 996-
SPR./SUM. SUBLET, 4 bdrm., 2 bath, great
location. E. U. @ Hill, furnished, huge porch,
parking. Price neg. 769-2635.

FOR RENT
SPR/SUM SUBLET. 5 person house on
Greenwood. All modem conveniences. Free
laundry. Parking. Call now! 747-7409 or 37..
SPRING & SUMMER SUBLET air condi-
tioned two bdrm. 1 1/2 bath Duplex. Laun-
dry. Parking. All inquries welcome 930-0704.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET 2 bedroom
apt. Great location, cheap! 930-0595 after 6.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET 3 rooms
available in 6 bedroom house. Great location,
cheap. 930-0595 after 6 pm.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET- 909 Church,
2 dbl. bdrm., bi-level a pt.2 bths.- rent neg.
Call 764-5919 or 764-9754.
SPRING/SUMMER APT! RIGHT NEXT
TO CCRB, A/C, patio, 3 bedrooms 4-6peo-
ple, gas/water incl., $600/mo., call 663-8572.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Two bedroom
furn. apartment. Prime location AIR CON-
DITIONED, HUGE BALCONY, parking,
laundry, price neg. available May 2nd. If in-
terested call996-968.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET--6 bedroom
house, 2 baths, furnished, free laundry porch.
Great location. Price is negotiable. all Jill
663-2912 or Jodi 995-2723.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. Dbl. & Sg1. in house 5
min. to campus. $380 & $190 (neg.) incl.
util., laund., pkg. 761-3391 to 9 pm.
SUBLET MAY-AUGUST. Fum. 1 bdrm.
apt., a/c, $350 + util. Neg. 769-2438.
SUBLET MAY-AUGUST. Furn., 2 bdrm.,
A/C, bilevel, dishwshr., water/heat free, 1 1/2
bath, Wash./Geddes area, 2 mm. to N. Cam-
pus/commuter bus stop 747-7552.
SUBLET SP/SU 3 large bedrooms a/c dis-
posal furn spiral staircase great location price
neg. 996-4101.
SUBLET WANTED
Entire house (3-5 bedrooms) large living
area. Near Cam pus. June 25-luly 17. Price
negotiable! Call Jim or Steve at 763-1107.
SUBLET: MAY TO AUGUST. 150 $$ sin-
gle. Call 930-1568.
SUBLET: OWN RM, PARK., micro., Bbq,
deck, lawn, own bath. $125 Pete, 747-9554.
SUMMER STORAGE: RESERVE your
storage space now, 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.
SUMMER SUBLET: Single room in large
house near campus. Call 572-0961.
SUMMER SUBLET. Nice efficiency apt.
Furnished off-street parking. Laundry. all
995-1574.
SUMMER SUBLET- 1 bdrm. a t., A/C,
parking, laundry. Rent negotiable. Call 996-
2688 evenings.
SUNNY SUMMER SUBLET- 3 great rooms
avail. in big house on Hill St. Female only.
$220/mo. Call 668-4003.
TOWER PLAZA single bedroom, all inclu-
sive. Spring/Summer, 325, 769-2482.
TWO ROOMS AVAIL. NOW in quiet pvt.
home 2 mi. off campus for nonsmoking veg.
students. $165-180/mo. 769-0942 eves.
UNFURNISHED one bdrm. and lg. effecien-
cies to include parking and all utilities. Sept.
lease. Call 663-1443.
VEGGIE CO-OP HOUSE - Share nice triple
with 2 hip guys. Lester, 996-5970.
Unlive'rcty
furnithced Ap rmcnts
Tu ow er
Ant Arbor. 4, 1 04
(33) 761-26 0

PERSONAL

PEQUENA: Call me!
--Mark

Country Crafts Show
Over 100 Country Craftsmen
LADBROKE DRC
28001 Schoolcraft
Livonia, Michigan
March 18-19 & 20
Friday, 3 - 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm
(313) 291-1934
STUDENT SERVICES
***** A-1 TYPING On cam pus. Profes-
sional. Rush service available. 668-8898.
****FOUR STAR TYPING****
Quality, guaranteed work at reasonable
rates. Rush service available. Open 24 hrs, 7
days/week. On campus. 668-610.
***JUST YOUR TYPE***
Prompt professional service
Discounts. FREE pickup & delivery.
8AM-9PM *** 439-8957.
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/accurate/ profess ional/campus/Sandi
426-5217
**TYPING SERVICE: Word Processing,
spell checking & more. Low rates. 763-230L
CB DATA SERVICE: Editing, Typing,
Word-Processing. 439-7862.
FREE TUTORING for 100-200 level math
physics, chemistry and engineering courses.
to 10 pm Mon., Wed., & Thurs. in the UGLI
rm. 307. A service of Tau Beta Pi, the Engi-
neering Honor Society.
FREE TUTORING-- MTWTh UGLi Rm.
307 8-10. Bursley MW Rm. 2332 8-10
S.Quad MTh. dining rm. 8-10, Markley MW
library 7-9. A service of Tau Beta Pi En-
gin.honor society. Spons. in part by UMfC.
GEM'S TYPING SERVICE- neat accurate,
and on time. $1.50 per page. 662-7ยง65.
INCOME TAX- We'll prepare our pers. in-
come tax for less! 1040 (fed. $14, 1040
(MI)- $10, MICR- $6 Sch A-E- $10 ea. Dis-
counts for UM stds. dall today! 930-0702.
LSAT GMAT GRE
REGISTER NOW to prepare for these up-
coming June exams. The Stanley H. Kaplan
Educational Center can help you score to
your potential. Call 662-3149 today to re-
serve your place in class!
PEER WRITING TUTORS
Peer writing tutors will be available to pro-
vide free services for students who want help
writing papers beginning March 20th. The
tutors have been trained by the English Com-
position Board to offer suggestions for
defining paper topics, organizing ideas, and
improving grammar and mechanics. Students
who want to work with a tutor should stopby
the academic resource center in Rm. 21 9of
the UGLi during drop-in hours: Sun.- Thurs.
3-5 pm, 6-8 pm or call 747-4533.
QUALITY TYPING & WORDPROCESS-
ING
Fast, efficient. Call Joy, 764-6771.
TYPECRAFT TYPING Best prices in town!
Quality work, 10 yrs. exp. 973-8375.
TYPING SERVICES-$2.50 per page-Letter
Quality. 663-1871.
TYPING-ALL KINDS-Fast, efficient ser-
vice. Reasonable rates. Laurie 973-1592.
Write on...
and T ping
96-0566
A CAREER IN THE
BUSINESS OF SPORTS
Sports Marketing Firms, Event
Promoters, Publications, Sporting Goods
Manufacturers, Leagues, Television, etc.
For free career information, call
1-800-541-0900 24 hours/day.
SPORTS ADVISORY GROUP

HELP WANTED
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tennis, dance, slinastics, WS I, 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.
CLERK/RECEPTIONIST for busy office.
Full time until April 29. Typing 50 wpm de-
sirable. $3.40/hr. 68-8898
CO-ED Massachusetts summer camp seeks
counselors. Call1(914)762-2820.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
CONLIN BRIDAL SHOWCASE has part or
fulltime opening for fashion conscious sales
erson. Saturdays and some evenings until
:30.971-6455. Mrs. Sellars.
GAIN INTERVIEW SKILLS before oing
into the job market. Work at MichiganTele-
fund earning $4.50-6.50/hour as you learn.
Stop by611 Church Street, Suite 304, or call
7 7420.
GET PAID to talk on the phone. Research fa-
cility needs interviewers. No sales. No exp.
necessary. $5/hr. Call 994-0975 for more in-
formation.
Learn while you earn. If you are a strong, de-
pendable woman. Interesting disabled profes-
sional woman needs help with meals/personal
care now through summer. Central Campus.
Some travel possible. 662-2734.
MARKETING FIRM in N. Detroit suburb
seeks sales consultants & mgrt. trainees.
Full training and benefits provided. For a
confidential interview contact Mr. Latora at
541-7838, 10-3 only.
NEED ENGLISH TEACHERS IN KOREA.
BA degree required teaching conversation to
businessmen, college students. Round tripair-
fare provided. Send resume to John 112
Westview, Ypsi., MI 48197 485-1848.
NEWBORN CARE: We are looking for
someone experienced in newborn care to
babysit for our 2 mo. old twin girls. Flexible
hrs. (occasional to regular basis . Own trans-
portation required. Close to campus. Fee ne-
gotiable. Cal 665-6515.
PART TIME - afternoons & Saturdays. Odd
jobs, minor maintenance, truck washing,
some physical devlivery work. Full time in
summer for right person. Culligan Water
Cond. 2321 Jackson.
PART-TIME BABYSITTER for summer &
next schl. yr. 2 & 5 yr. old, flexible weekday
& weekend hrs. mm. 8 hrs./wk. $3.50/hr.
Own trans. desirable. 665-4842.
RELIABLE, ENERGETIC STUDENTS are
needed to help develop the master graphics
database of camp us buldings, landscape, and
infrastructure. We are hoping that creative
people in the arts, humanities and sciences
will bring us their special perspectives. Expe-
rience in self-teaching is necessary. We will
be using the latest in microcomputer technol-
ogy. Well 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 Ofice near the Southeast
corner of Hill and Greene.
STUDENT TYPISTS: Tired of making min.
wage? If you type 80 wpm min. you can
greatly increase your eamgs! Close to cam-
pus, very flex. hrs. 668-8898.
SUMMER INTERN
The Jewish News is accepting applications
for a full-time, summer intern for its News
Department. College student preferred with
journalism ex erience, knowledge of jewish
community. Work includes compiling the
Going Places entertainment calender, light
editing and reporting, as well as maintaining
photograph and clippin files. Min. wage. To
apply,send resume and newspaper clipins
to Han itsky The Jewish News, 2300
Civic Center, kuite 240, Southfield, MI
48076.
SUMMER JOBS/a$8.0/hr. or commission.
Advertising sales. No experience
necessary. We will train. Work
locally. Car recommended. C all
Bill Davis at (800)344-6766 for
details & application.
Metro Marketing Group, LTD.
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
TELEPHONE CANVASSERS, earn$$$
part-time while helping sto the arms race.
SANE/FREEZE is hiring for evening si-
tions, 16 hrs./week preferred, mon.-hurs.
Earn $7-$8/hr. Starting date April 4. Call
Tom at 663-3913.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
needs full time afternoon shift operater Mon.-
Fri. Call 971-5152 9-5.
UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
STUDENTS
The Department of Transportation has a need
for patient transporters. Flexiblehours be-
tween 7:30 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through
Friday
Interested applicants are urged to call the Pa-
tient Transportation Office at 763-6660.
THE UIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
MEDICAL CENTER
A nondiscriminatory, affirmative
action employer.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
U-M Sexual Assault Prevention & Aware-
ness Center needs women volunteers to staff

a 24 hour rape crisis line. Applications avail.
.at our office 3100 Mich. Union. Due by 3/25
5:00 pm. Required mass meeting 3/22 7:30.
pm in Welker room Mich. Union. For more
info. 763-5865.
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.
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

HELP WANTED
MEN VOLUNTEERS
needed to facilitate
SEXUAL ASSAULT
PREVENTION WORKSHOPS
no experience necessary
For more information call the
Sexual Assault Prevention
and Awareness Center
at 763-5865
COUNSELORS WANTED.
Camp O'Bannon, a summer
residential camp serving 10-14
yr. olds referred for low self-
esteem. Has 1988 openings
for Out Post Director, camp
nurse, nature counselor,
W.S.I., & general & out post
counselors. Located in central
OH. College cred. or placement
available. Camp Director,
Keith McCloud-will be
conducting interviews on
campus March 17. For more
info. contact campus rep.,
Julie Kirby 995-8650.
Camp O'Bannon
62 W. Locust St.
Newark, OH 43055
(614) 349-9646
U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED
DISEASES CONTROL PROGRAM
We need college graduates
with strong interpersonal skills
who wish to establish careers
with advancement oppor-
tunities in the field of
Public-Health.
Bachelor's degree in
qualifying field or related
experience is required.
Liberal Arts background
is preferred.
Positions available nation-
wide. Must be willing to
relocate initially to areas
where needs exist and be
available for transfers as
program needs dictate.
Spanish speaking ability highly
desirable for some positions.
Applicants must be citizens of
the United States.
Starting salary $18,646
per year.
Foradditionalinformaton
please call:
1-800-537-2522
or write to:
Personal Management Office
Attn: Recruitment and
Placement Branch
Centers for Disease Control
Atlanta, Georgia 30333
An Equal/Opportunity Employer
GOING PLACES

***EUROPE CHARTERS***
Amsterdam from $418, Paris from $568
Frankfurt from $428 London from $468
Eurail Yout pss $320
***ORIENTSUPERFARES***
Bangkok $969, Hong Kong $799
Okinawa $999, Osaka 39
Seoul $799, Tai Pei $799, Tokyo $899
Regency Travel, 209-211 S. State
Call for details, 665-6122.
COED BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
ROCKIES '88. Whitewater rafting jeeping,
van support. College Cycle Tours 313J357-
1370.
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For InterviewsVa-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761 -533.
MISCELLANEOUS
COMPUFAIR IN THE UNION. WHAT
MORE CAN WE SAY?....
GIANT FLEA
MARKET
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vin-
tage clothing, new-and used, i50 dealers,
10: 00 a.m.-4:00 p m. Sat.-Sun., 214 E. Michi-

I

GREEK GAB

DELTA SIGMA PHI + GAMMA PHI
BETA + LAMBDA CHI ALPHA = success
There is no challenge to accept!!
PHI PSI- So many states, so little time! The
progressive was great! We had a blast!
hanks! CHI SIGMA WOMEN.
SOCIAL CHAIRS: Great band for formals.
The Atomic Cafe. Call Dwight 665-8179

PERSONAL

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

1
3
9
14
15

ACROSS
Super fan
America
Title in India
Indigo
"The - Love"

21
3'
41

Free
Small carriage
Peeled off

38
39
41
44

Break a fast
Unite
Imagine
Internal

16 Get around
17 Sports org.
18 Racetrack, e.g.
19 "First State"
capital
20 Stuffed shirt's
cousin
23 Pallid
24 Beastly types
25 Fender bender
26 Dundee denial
28 Kernels
29 Within: Prefix
30 Quarrel
between
families
31 Ewers' features
33 Released
35 Justifies
39 Imitation
autograph?
40 Balance
41 Transmit
42 "Candid
Camera" man
43 Joist
45 Muse of lyric
poetry
50 Obsession
51 Sound
recording
52 Nomadic type
53 School org.
55 Giving voice to
57 " I-immnn

5 Light or shine
starter
6 Attila's men,
e.g.
7 Feather-shaped
marine life
8 Mum
9 Carmine
10 Swear
11 Certain
Indonesians
12 "Der Alte"
13 Part of H RH
21 Agree
22 Stem running
underground:
Bot.
27 Small whirlpool
30 In a -
(bewildered)
32 "- Fideles"
34 Mandates
35 Skilled
36 Rig
37 Role

revenue
agent
46 Betsy and
Diana
47 Barnstorm

48 Sinew
49 Church
instruments
54 Dancer Miller
and namesakes
56 Author
Bagnold
57 SoHo digs
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** SUPREME COURSE TRANSCRIPTS
INC. **is looking for a buyer or a super
competent student to manage this highly
profitable 5 yr. old firm. Call 995-5853.
ARE YOU a couch potato, a potato head,
spudconnoisseur, tater tot or carbohydrate
freak? Sully's on South "U" has a new, ex-
ceptional and unique potato log.
DIAL a Jewish Story, 995-5959. Another
project of the Chabad House.
DR. WU'S SUPER STIR IS FOR STU-
DENTS &BY STUDENTS. You will find
the best food, best p rice & best atmosphere
at Dr. Wu's. (747-8900) 707 Packard near
State & in Mich. Union basement mall.
DR. WU'S SUPER STIR IS FOR STU-
DENTS &BY STUDENTS. You will find
the best food, best price, & best atmosphere
at Dr. Wu's. (747-8900) 707 Packard near
State & in Mich. Union basement mall.
EARN $5.00
Female non-smokers aged 18-24 years still
needed for 90 minute taste pref. study. Call
Susan at 747-0214 or 747-0218.
EARN $5.00
Overweight female non-smokers aged 18-24
needed fr 90 minute taste preference study.
Melissa, 747-0214 or 747-0218.
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!
HELP! I'm looking for a former/current resi-
dent of Lexington, Kentucky for info. Call
Mark at 747-9156.
It was so much fun and so successful, we are
eonin to doit aeain! A1-vou-can-eat chicken

Prepare for the June LSAT
before finals
Early class starts
Thursday, March 17th
" Organized, Up-to-Date Materials
" Comprehensive Exam Strategies
" Video-taped Reviews ofll
previous LSATs
Professional Instruction.-
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996-1500
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1100 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
HELP WANTED
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Be a subject in a psych. experiment on how
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For more info call "763-5298.
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAIL.-Resort near
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Haven, Mi. 49090 (616) 937-4796.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
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working full/part tme for the Michigan Citi-
zen's Lobby. 663-6824.

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University.
12 13 LET YOUR SPIRITS SPARKLE - with that
special bottle of champagne-from the wine
- cellar at The Village Apothecary. 1112 S.
University.
MODELS, ACTORS & TALENT
WANTED. No expenence. M/F. Call
Michael Jeffreys Model & Talent Agency.
663-NEXT.

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