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CLASIFIED

AD'S

764-0557:

'3 -MC ALLIANCE 72K UK., AU,
4DR 30 MPG $1000.00/negotiable. Call:
390-367 (w) or 441-1700, rm .22 (h).
79 Regal runs/looks great $700 best Jeff 769-
61 9 Eves.
854/2 Escort L Ex. cond. AM/FM 4000R.
44,000 miles. $3000. 996-0476.
JEEP CJ-5 '76, 304 3-SPEED
From Virginia, 1,000.
Call 747-6566, eve.
NISSAN MAXIMA '84 Auto V6, sunroof,
new Michelins. Loaded. $5950. 971-0685.
Tem po'85 a/c, ps pbrear def. excellent.
$ 0047-492 or31-2328.
COMPUT R DE-

LOST & FOUND
FOUND: Hu ffy12 speed bike on North
Campus, Brad 662-9801.
FOUND: KEY CHAIN in the Student Publi-
cations bldg. Inquiries call 764-0550.
iSCELAN EU
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! New book
lists dozens of new opportunities. $9.95. Up-
stream Press 615 E. Abram, Ste. 103, Ar-
lington, TX 16010.
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
*****A-1 TYPING. On campus. Profession-
als. Rush service available. 668-8898.
**QUALITY TYPING & GRAPHICS
SERVICE**
Fast/low rates/free delivery/996-9189
*FREE PIANO LESSON!*
Casio rental available. Mike 994-0371.
FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.
GREEK STUDENT NEEDED to teach con-
temporary Greek conversation to
Greek/American family in Ann Arbor. Call
761-2758 for details.
LET YOUR GRADES PAY
your way through college!!
Descent, age, GPA, etc...
could earn sou money for college!
Send self-addressed stamped envelope:
M.J.K. Scholarshi Services@
PO box 5411
West Bloomfield MI 48322

COMPUTERS - Student discounts. IBM
Cogipatibles. Call 747-9400 between 9-5.
LA ER PRINTER - Like new. Asking $690.
Cal 747-9400, off campus, between 9-5.

$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your Ameri-
can Express voucher. Cal REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
GET AWAYI Equipped cabins on lake in
wided setting, sleeps four, outdoor hot tub,
& canoes. $3 8-58. 10 min from Tra-
vere City. (616) 276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT STA-
TRAVEL *** en weekends and
so evenin s.*** **Kerrytown Mall Ann
A .663-4400**

Z BEDROUMS in a 4 bedroom house avail-
able. M/F call Chris. 354-9000 or 769-0544.
3 OR 4 BEDROOM APT. on Catherine by
State. Fire place main floor, pkg laundry.
Call Tom 453-6 70; Larry 434-578.
2 BEDROOM APT. furnished, 415 Hloover,
across from IM building $650/mo. incl. util-
ities. Call DAVE 663-5993.
APTS. AVAILABLE NOW. A step above.
Fully fumished apts. in the heart o campus.
Call 761-8000.
ATTRACTIVE room on Hill near State.
Male preferred. Laundry. 8-mo. lease, $279.
995-3276.
AVAILABLE NOW. State at Fuller. Large 2
bdrm. Fumished $640/mo. Heat and parking.
663-6829 or 1-5 8-1767.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Totally new
interior. 2 bedroom duplex, washer, dryer
central air. Near Zingerman's. $550/mo. Call
Sherri 761-9766.
CAMPUS AREA 6 BEDROOM HOUSE
artially furmished. Laundry and parking.
1600/mo. 996-9300.
CAMPUS FALL, Seven Bedrooms, Two
Baths,Remodeled, Parking Also Cheap-973-
7368.
Comfortable furnished room in Bums Park.
Home near UM for quiet student. No smok-
ing. Refridge & TV. $250. 665-7267.
U of M Bowling Club
Mass Meeting
Tuesday, September 19
219 Angell Hall, 7pm
Recreational and Competitive
bowlers are welcome!
For more info:
Call Ed Rondot, 769-8271 or
Krista O'Rourke 662-9636.

FOR RENTl
CAIVIPUS FALL, Six Bedrooms, Two Baths,
Parking, New Furniture. Cheap-973-7368.
DESIRABLE KERRYTOWN AREA-2 + 3
BR apts. or 6+ br house. Parking laundry,
many extras. Call 434-2350 or 434-787.
DEXTER AREA. Large 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
Laund parking, $g0/mo. and $975/mo.
996-93&.p
FURNISHED 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APTS.
near campus. $500/mo. and $900/mo. Possi-
ble 8 month lease. 663-7807 or 665-6895.
FURNISHED 1 & 2 bedroom apts. Conve-
nient secure locations. Prime Student Hous-
ing, Inc. 761-8000.
GREAT 2-3 bedroom home on old Westside,
lease terms negotiable. Short term preferable.
$850/mo. 995-2494, leave message.
Great Single in house. 1220 Prosect Rd.
Parkin umiture available, Laundry $215
month call Javier 662-4904.
LARGE 1-BDRM APT: Parking, air, fur-
nished, 3 min walk to union 996-9258.
Large Two Bedroom In A Four Unit Historic
House. Division And Kingsley. Furnished Or
Not. Heat, Water, Cooking Gas Included.
Modem Management 668-6906.
LUXURY EFFICIENCY next to U of M
football stadium in modem one story build-
ing. Clean, furnished air conditioned. $395
plus electric. Larry, 4J4-5787.
MALE/NON-SMOKER NEEDED FOR A
SPACIOUS Duplex near CCRB. All utilities,
exce t electric. if interested, call Pat at 995-
0472.
ON/OFF Campus 4-bedroom house-great
area. 20 min. walk to med. center or State st.
New bath, paint, laundry, parking. Beautiful.
$900/mo. + util. 996-4621.
One bedroom apt, screened balcony, 30 sec-
onds from cam pus, semi-furnished, available
now. CALL 663-2439 or 665-4986 or 665-
4404.
PERFECT
Avail. 9/25-Roomy 2-bdrm. + balcony. $595
mcl. heat. Clean, sunny, fully fum., huge
closets. Dishwasher, free pkg., laundry. 10-
mm. walk to campus on commuter. Claire or
Larry 930-6883.
STUDENTS. Enjoy the school year without
problems. Prime Student Housing, Inc. takes
the worry out of apt. living. Cal now. 761-
8000.
*5R

Flute Instruction Teacher with 3 Colleges
Beg.-Adv. Saline. 429-1389.
FRONT.242...MITZER EBB...MINISTRY
Arr, you interested in forming a band along
thwe lines? I have equipment and so should
you. Call 663-4771.
HIE B DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Lib . 665-8001. Repairs - Fall tune-up
spc as.
VCE LESSONS MM U of M. University
teaching-Experience musical theatre to
FOR SA LE
10 SPEED BIKE man's frame. Good condi-
tion. Only $50 or best offer. 662-6847.
10-SPEED BIKE 19" silver man's frame.
Extras, like new. $190. 971-0685.
1200 Baud MODEM and Wyse TERMINAL
$152-drawer file $50 couch, mattress,etc.
Jo 747-0798(day ,437-2769 (eves).
BANG & OLUFSEN RL140 SPEAKERS -
As new. $750. STAX SR34 headphones.
Sti sealed. $150. B & O B002 turntable &
M2C4.$450. 995-0636. Leave message.
B for sale. 12 speed Great Condition. Call
9 40-062.
Color TV Rentals: 19" color TV. $60/sem. or
$1 ,/yr. Call anytime for free delivery. Col-
le teRentals. 1-800-994-4008.
FOOTBALL TICKETS - 40 yd. line season
tic t. $100.995-3788, ask for Susan.
FUTON - Thick Queen with frame: $180.
Fugjn- Full size: $65. 994-4284.
G(YERNMENT HOMES from.$1.00. U re-
gait.Also tax delinquent properties. Call 805-
44,9533 ext. 124 or current repo list.
Scb in Sierra Mountain Bike. 1987 modelW/
Sc mino sis shifting. Black crome frame.
Ca 677-0798.
S EO RECEIVER, 30 watts, Sony, pro-
grstnable, 1/2 purchase rice $75 995-4085
UITIATE STEREO. CD player, amp, pre-
amp All NAD with Paradigm speakers.
$ new, asking $350. Scott 483-1648.
Vii$6n Collection from Estate Prof. Ap-
prailIed Ital. $2400-$6000 Neg 429-1389.

THE WORDWRIGHT-Word
ing*typing*editing*
per/reports/dissertations/resumes.
printing. 662-8977.

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Avail. 9/25-Roomy 2-bdrm. + balcony. $595
incl. heat. Clean, sunny, fully fum., hu ge
closets. Dishwasher, free pkg., laundry. 10-
min. walk to campus. On commuter. Claire or
Larry 930-6883.
ROOMS AVAILABLE 2nd term low rent
large duplex parking available. 930-2926.
ROOMS AVAILABLE 2 blocks from cam-
us, great price. Parking also available. 668-
SINGLE ROOM in 6 bedroom house-8
month lease -parking-5 minutes from diag.
$240 or best offer. 769-8230.
SIX BEDROOM -Two bath house next to U
of M football stadium. Eve thin brand new.
Fireplace with gas logs. entral air condi-
tioned. 95% efficient gas furnace. Grey car-
peting. Parking & laundry. Larr 434-5787
will consider creative leases such as per per-
son.
To Campus Location. Deluxe Modem Fur-
nished Two Bedroom Ap artments. Wilmot
And Observatory. Good For Three To Four
People. AC, Balconies Many Extras. Modem
Management 668-690.
TWO VERY NICE 2 BDRM. APTS. Hard-
wood floors, laundry, $650/mo. and
$750/mo. Neg. 8 mo. ease possible. 996-
9300.
X-CELLENT SINGLE in clean, furnished
house with quiet neighbors wood floors,
laundry, male or female $315/mo. includes
everything + phone. Igo pets or tobacco.
Nate or message 662-2656.
YOU'VE PUT IT OFF FOR TOO LONG.
Now is the time to secure your home for the
Fall. Call Prime Student Housing, Inc. at 761-
A nice private bedroom in 6 bedroom campus
house. Now to May lease, on Arch Street.
Parking, Laund Carpet, Furnished.
$315/mo. Neg. Call 668-7955 or 426-4772.
1 AND 2 BDRM. APT. - Furnished, new
carpet air disposal, covered parking,
$475/'no. $l50/mo. 662-1617.
1 Bedroom Fmshd Apartment For 1-2 Ppl
Tower Plaza, on Campus, Clean Secure,
Great View, $830/mth, Call761-2142.
2 BDRM. Near corner of Packard and State.
Fully furnished, carpeted, A/C, laundry,
dishwasher, off street parking. Great apt. at a
reat price! $595/month. Chestnut Properties
~9-4683.
2 BEDROOM APT. $550 per month includes
heat, water & off street parking. Completely
furnished, air, dishwasher & garbage dis-
posal. Close to Campus 662-4446.
HE LP WANTED
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION
Join the campaign to stop toxic hazards!
Work for a clean enviro iment w/PIRGIM
Public Interest Lobby. Full/part-time, flexible
days (Sun-Sat), $5-$6/hr, adv. oppty. Ilelp
make the '90's the environmental decade.
Call Sue 662-6597.
$1000/MONTH FOR STUDENT'S
Int'l Environmental Prod. Co. expanding into
AA needs sales managers and reps. Many
students work 6-20 hrs and earn $200-
$500/wk, managers upto $600/wk. Will
Train. 483-4900 ext. 2 9-noon M-F.
4 COLLEGE WORKSTUDY STUDENTS
Needed in Internal Medicine-hematol-
ogy/oncology for Fall/Winter '89. Office
wk computer experience desirable, great
pay. inquire at 936-5290.
A PART TIME POSITION: reliable, enthu-
siastic babysitters wanted: scattered eves, and
daytime hrs. within walking distance of cam-
pus; $4/hour. 996-5563.

BABYSITTER NEEDED in my home Mon-
day afternoons 1:30-5:30 for yr. old boy
and two older sibs after school. One addi-
tional afternoon is optional that meets your
schedule. Own transportation needed. 971-
5604.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 3-year old + in-
fant, week-end and evenings. Call Richard
761-1453.
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Work around your
schedule. 2 boys in my home own car a plus.
Wage negotiable. Call 665-6254.
BABYSYTTER WANTED for 2 yr. girl.
Tues. + Thurs. am in my home SW Ann Ar-
bor. References + transportation required.
Call 994-8984.
BABYSITTER: RELIABLE CARING
STUDENT for 2 1/2 yr & 8 mo sibs M-F
mid-days 10-152hrs. wkly Exp. preferred.
Need own trans. Call 994-1125 before 10pm.
BABYSITTER- Flexible hrs. approx. 10
hrs./wk. for 2 boys, 22mos. & 2 mos. Exper-
ence Essential. Car preferred. 426-8825.
BABYSITTING: My home. Prefer drivers.
$4/hr. Occasional basis. 9941137.

A YOUNG WOMAN- pre y an early
childhood major or related field to baysit
our 5yearold daughter in our Bums ark~
home one week a month while we are out of
town. From 5:30 thru the night and on the
weekend. Graduate student preferred or re- -
sponsible undergraduate. Rays well. Call
BIarb at 665-7056.
AGE GROUP SWIM COACH
High school/collegiate swimming experience
desired. Coaching experience preferred. The
season runs Oct.-March. Paid hourly rate
based on experience. Call 663-0536 for more
info. Apply in person 350S. Fifth Ave. EOE.
AMBITIOUS STUDENT w/ car to work
flexible hours as sales rep. Call Terry, 1-800-
448-6958,
ART ENTHUSIASTS! Ulrich's Bookstore
has permanent Full-time sales positions
available in their Art and Engineering Dept.
with paid benefits- medical, vacation & ds-
count. Some knowledge of Art/Framing sup-
plies desired. Apply in person at 549
V.University to Randy P.
AS SCHOOL STARTS, Think about work-
uIn to change national priorities.
SANE/FREEZE ihe country's largest peace
lobby, is hiring full and part-time staff. exi-
ble schedules, fun folks, & ace career
trainig. Call 663-3913, 10-4 or interview.
Women & minorities encouraged to apply.
BABYSFITER. Responsible female student
to babysit our 31/2 and 2 yr old daughters in
our NW A2 home 3 mi. from campus. 10-20
hrs/wk on flex schedule. Must be non-
smoker, resourceful at childcare, creative
w/children and have excellent language
skills. 663-3223 B/4 6 pm.

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' GIANT FLEA MARKET
.Collectible, household, new, used,
2 jewelry, gifts, unusual, junque.
44,000 sq. ft. every weekend
6.10 Fri. eve., 10 am-6 pm Sat.& Sun.
'14 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
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MR. STADIUM
Coin Laundry & Dry Cleaning
Service
Open 24 hours/day 361 days
668-792 1958 S. Industrial
STUDENTS-Ask For Your
FREE PAINTERS CAP &
KEY CHAIN!!!
SAVE on SWEATERS
1 -$2.50
2-$4.00
3 - $5.25
4 to 10 ONLY $7.50
( Expires 9-30-89)

BRIGHTEN YOUR LIFE AND LEARN
VALUABLE SKILLS as a volunteer coun-
selor at SOS Crisis Center. Lend a hand in re-
sponding to personal and family problems,
homelessness, hunger, suicide and substance
abuse. Call for an interview, 485-8730.
CAMPUS CLEANERS INC. is hiring a
manager/pick-u & delivery person for $5/hr
+commission. Vehicle provided. Approx. 25
hrs/week. Also hiring clothes washersfor
$5/hr; work days or nihts, relaxedatmo-
sphere: PERFECTIO STS PRE-
FERRED.Call 668-8117 & leave message.
COLLEGEWORK STUDY STUDENTS
needed for clerk positions at the University
health Service. Call Kathy at 747-4667.
CONCERNED ABOUT habitual binge -
eating & vomitting? The U of M eating dis-
orders program is seeking people to partici-
pate in a study of a new medication in the
treatment of bulimia. If you are at least 18 &
are interested in a FREE 18-week trial, please
call Linda at 936-4861.
CONLIN BRIDES SHOWCASE needs a
part-time salesperson who is fashion con-
science personable & able to work Saturdays
lus a few weekday evening hours. Call Mrs. e
ellers at 971-6455.
Crazy Jim's Blimpy Burger needs p art-time .
help 10-4m. No phone calls. Appryinper-
son lon., Wed., Fri., 6-8pm 551 . Division.-
DIRECT CARE STAFF needed to work with
Developmentally Disabled adults in Group
Homes. Weekends midnights, evenings.
$5.35/hr. Apply at izRC, 1948 Packard, Yp-#
silant, 48197.482-3300. EOE.
DOWNTOWN SALON seeks art-time re-
ceptionist. Approx. 10-15 hrs./wk. 668-8812.
EARN $5 in a psychology experiment. Look
at photos make quick evaluations. Call 663-
97 31;741-6429.
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN. Strong de-
pendable woman needed part time to aid ac-
tive disabled woman with personal care, w
meals, some driving. Central campus. 662-
2734.'
EVER TIHINK OF GETTING PAID TO GO
TO CLASS? ist Class Notes is hiring TA's
and Grad students for fall classes. Contact
Alan at 665-9200 or 434-7782.
IIANDYPERSON FOR HEALTH CARE
CLINIC
Student (handyperson), to put up pictures,
shelves, mirors, hooks, fixtures, sgns, etc.
move furiture paint make local nk-up anda

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deliveries of supplies, make minorrepairs to
almost anything and other miscellaneous du-
ties as they arrive. Must be a UM STU-
DENT, have experience with hand tools, me-
chanical aptitue, a valid driver's license, and
no physical restrictions on lifting. Ability to
work mdc pe ndently and conscientiously a
necessity. No evening or week-end work. Po-
sition is available fall and/or winter terms.
For more information, contact Harold Roth-
bart at 764-4448.
IIELP for gardening & house related
jobs.Call 663-9338 or 663-4294.
IELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Wait-
ers/waitresses. No exp. nec. Call Joe or
Michael at Spanky's Cove-449-4406.
HELP WANTED-Student to clean apt.
Flexible, 2 hrs weekly. Good Pay 973-2573
IIOUSE CLEANING. 2 or 3 hrs. each week.
$5-$6/hr. Reliable person. 668-8818.
HOW ABOUT VOLUNTEERING TO TU-
TOR? 6,7, and 8 grade students at Tappan
Middle School Tues. & Thurs. 3-4. Contact
DeMaris Booker at 994-2015 or 994-4970.
LAB ATTENDANT WORKSTUDY STU-
DENTS Needed in Internal medicine-nema-
tology/oncology for Fall/Winter '89. Student
should have completed at least one course in
basic chemistry, referably including lab. In-
quire at 936-5290.
LIFEGUARD NEEDED-Apply in person at
the Ann Arbor Y. Must have ALS + CPR.
All or part of Sat., 2-9. Sun., 3-7. EOE.
LOOKING FOR A FRATERNITY, sorority
or student organization that would like to
make $500-$1,000 for a one week on-campus
marketing project. Must be organized and
hardworkig. Call Joe or Myra at (800) 592-
2121.
LOOKING FOR AGGRESSIVE well
groomed, out-going, articulate students to
take pictures at parties. No experience neces-
sary. Trainingand euipment provided. Call
The Picture Mn t -3914,
MARKETING STUDENT: Volunteer ser-
vice organization needs to attract donors--
commercial, individual, grants, an thing.
Contigency fee depends upon results. No ex-.
perience necessary. Pro-fife philosophv re-

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