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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 20, 1989

C ASIFIE-D

TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED
IN t Vtd)igU Ug...
.C ads cost $2.10/line for the first
day, $.70/line for each additional
consecutive day
K ads must be placed by 11:00 a.m.
the morning before publication
K ads must be prepaid with cash, an
in town check, or a money order
K ads may be removed from
publication, but there will be no
refunds

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1Oh rLY UU iN UL i station
wagon 2.6L, $1050/OBO, Call 763-0839,
9363161
1983 PONT J-2000 Good transportation.
$1950 Call 662-9047. '
1984 PLYMOUTH TURISMO, 5-spd. 62K.
$2300 or B/O. MUST SELL NOW! 662-
1301.
1988 FORD FESTIVA. 5-speed stick. Good
as mileage, excellent condition. $4,400. Call
878-3290.
Can you buy Jeeps, Cars, 4x4's, seized in
drug raids for under $100.00? Call for facts
today. 805-644-9533. Dept. 762.
CYCLE-HONDA 500 Shadow 2 yrs. old,
clean. 5K mi. 2 Bell hlmt. $1750. 996-3828.
FOR SALE: 1980 VW' Scirroco. Stereo
equ dRuns Well. $700 or best offer. Call
SPACE AVAILABLE, male double in E.
Quad. Lease buyout, or bed trade for a single
in any quad. Call David @ 764-2608.
STDN EVCS

FOUND 10/13 - Gruen precision watch.
Women's. Call 662-5316 to identify.
FOUND: WOMAN'S WATCH w/tan leather
band. Found on 9/16 in Diag across from
Steve's Ice Cream. Call Joanne @ 665-3703.
LOST BIKE key on chain. Please call Matt
663-7227.
LOST: BLUE MICHIGAN JACKET 10/13.
Call 761-4345.
1
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/SandU426-5217
**QUALTY TYPING & GRAPHICS
SERVICE**
Fast/low rates/free delivery/996-9189
*FREE PIANO LESSON!*
Casio rental available. Mike 994-0371.
A-1 TYPING and WORDPROCESSING. On
campus professionals. Rush services. 668-
8898. p
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL
$24.95
Clean and lube ANY audio/video eqip.
Repairs and adjustments additional.
Ili Fi buys 769-4700.
BC JAMS, DJ
Do you love Barry Man ilow & vintage Bee
Gees? If not - call me. 747-7519.
FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.
GET REAL!
Ann Arbor's best disc jockey
761-1614 anytime.
THE WORDWRIGHT
**Word processing/typing/editing.
Papers/reports/dissertations/resumes.
Laser printing.**662-8977.
TYPING and WORD PROCESSING-Cover
Letters-Reports-On Campus. 747-7470.

FOR RENT
AFFORDABLE 2 bedroom apts. Rent from
$550-$750/month. Prime campus locations.
Call 665-5334.
AVAILABLE DEC.1, 1 Bdrm Apt with
Sunny Study, Cats Allowed. Diane 747-9607.
AVAILABLE NOW. State at Fuller. Large 2
bdrm. Fum., $575/mo. Heat, laundry, bal-
cony, parking. 663-6829,1-528-1767.
AVAILABLE NOW: 2 blocks from campus
2nd floor apt. fits 2 heat & water, parking,
A/C, fumis e. Call X95-8794.
CHURCH AT SOUTH U. Tasteful Furnished
Room in this Terrific "On Campus" Location.
Share Kitchen and Bath with four other
young ladies. All Utilities Included. Modem
Management 668-6906.
FOR RENT: 4 bedroom 2 bath. Spacious
home on N. Main St. Will house up to six
persons. Off St. parkin g plent of basement
storage. Let's talk! Call 68-8188 Spear &
Associates, Inc.
FREE RENT ALL SUMMER!1990 Summer
Orientation!BE A LEADER. APPLY
NOW!3000 Michigan Union.
LARGE TWO BEDROOM in A Four Unit
Historic louse. Division And Kingsley. Fur-
nished Or Not. Heat, Water, Cooking Gas In-
cluded. Modem Management 668-6906.
LOCATION, location, location... Prime stu-
dent housing has the place for you. Conve-
nient & secure campus apts. Call now 761-
8000.
NEGOTIABLE rent, flexible lease term.
Beautiful 2-3 bedroom apts. available. Call
now 761-8000.
PARKING SPACE
for lease near U Towers. 665-8825, 9-5
PRICE REDUCED TO $495/mo. For lease
'until Aug. Two bedrooms all new interior.
Washer & dryer. Near Zingennan's. Call
Sherri 761-9766.
Top Campus Location. Deluxe Modem Fur-
nished Two Bedroom Apartments. Wilmot
And Observatory. Good For Three To Four
People. AC, Balconies Many Extras. Modem
Management 668-6906.
- U N E -E

SUBLET
LIVE IN SUPER-HUGE APT. at best loca-
tion on campus! Sublet large double 1/90-
5/90 (or 8/90) in Charter Ihouse on S. Univer-
sity. Call 930-6258 Now!!!
MALE SPOT AVAILABLE at wonderful
Nakamura Co-op for Fall/Winter 89/90.
Close to campus across the street from TCBY
on State Street. Call Egbert or Paul at 996-
5954 or come over to Nak. at 807 S. State
Street.
TICKETS
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M
basketball tickets. 668-7707.
NEED 5 INDIANA TICKETS. Call 764-
6019. Leave message if not there.
WANTED PURDUE TICKETS in same
section. Call Jason at 930-0358. Need 8 tick-
ets.
NEEDED: Indiana Football Tickets. Call
Corey: 995-1432.
NEED 4 TICKETS-SETS OF 2 OK-FOR
OHIO State game on Thanksgiving weekend.
Pat 434-1918.
ROUNDTRIP AIRLINE TICKET TO
CHICAGO for Thanksgiving. Cheap. Call
769-6714. Ask for Tage.
MISCLLA eUS

GREK A

Would like to welcome their
AWESO ME pledges. We Love You!
-The Actives
CONGRATULATIONS TO Regina Caputo,
Cindy Goldberg & Jami Skolnik for making
the Michigan Wolverettes Kickline! We're
proud of you! Love, Sigma Kappa.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES -
Formals are approaching We have it all from
Glassware to t-shirts. ihe Cloz Company.
Call Jon 994-4045.
MICIIIGAN BLUE LEATHER JACKETS
Maize and Blue..its better in leather.
Individual orders, 12 jacket discounts
Ann Arbor Leather Imports. 995-5104.
Also available at Moe s Sport Shops.
MICHIGAN BLUE LEATHER JACKETS
Maize and Blue..its better in leather.
Individual orders, 12 jacket discounts
Ann Arbor Leather Imports. 995-5104.
Also available at Moe s Sport Shops.

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4-05 5 7.
HP WANTEDt
EARN $9/HR: TA's, grads and seniors
needed as notetakers for university lecture
notetaking service. Call Jeff at Supreme
Course Transcripts 996-2386.
FLEXIBLE JOBS
Long Term - Short Term Assignments
Part-time, Full-time Hours
Call Norrell 769-0205 ia
GLAMOUR ART MODELS & Illustrators
apply at 500 E. Liberty. 663-0561.
ICR SURVEY RESEARCH GROUP, a nx
tional marketing research firm located in Ann
Arbor, is presently hiring telephone inter-
viewers. Excellent communications skills arnd
the ability to work part-time evenings, and
week-ends necessary. No expenence needed,
full-paid training provided. Pay starts at w
$5/hr. Scheduling is flexible. Contact Greg
Love at 971-284G after 2pm daily.
MODELS NEEDED for haircutting classes
done by professional cosmetologists. Please
come in to Timm's Place, 2295 S. State St.,
Ann Arbor for a consultation. Models am
always needed.
MOTHER'S HELPER Girl 8 Boy 5. Mon
3:15-5:45 & other times. No smoking need
car, references. 995-3561 6-lOpm,wknd
NETTIE'S BAR & GRILL is seeking short
order cooks,.pizza exp. helpful. Also, bar-
maids & waitstaff. Aftemnoons & even'ngs,
flexible hours, good pay. Call 439-7569. Mi-
lan.
NOW HIRING FOR WINTER TERM. A6.
count Executives needed to sell advertisin
for The Michigan Daily. Job descriptions
applications available in the Senior Staff Of-
fice, 420 Maynard. Application deadline is
October 20.

ZETA TAU ALPHA Presents its Annual
Sweetest Day Carnation Sale!!!
Order in the Fishbowl Fri. Oct. 20th
Free Delivery Sat. Oct. 21st
Just $1 Ea.-All Proceeds Benefit WARC

ANSWER: WHITE GLOVES can protect li-
brary materials - including microfilm, pho-
tographs, negatives, and rare items - from the
hazards of handling, including fingerprints,
skin oils, and smudges, so both C and D are
correct answers. * Library Preservation
AwarenessbWeek * is October 16-20. Stop
by any library for free bookmarks plastic
bags, video showings, and North Lobby dis-
play in Graduate Library.

EI WA NTE D
*EVER THINK OF GETTING PAID TO
GO TO CLASS? TA'S, Grad Students 1st
Class Notes thinks you should. We pay top
dollar. Call Alan at 665-9200 or 434-77 82
10 GROUP LEADERS NEEDEDI
Are you experienced in multilevel market-
ing? Come join a new & dynamic team in the
hottest & fastest growing M LM in the indus -
t. ommissions plus overrides. 1-800-426-
6872.
ACCOUNT CLERK, part time, work-study
preferred; $5.50 per hour. Bookkeepin expe-
rience required. Call Dottie Lee, 936-3518.
BUSINESS IS BOOMING

Achieve Your Maximum Score
with EXCEL
. 6 Class Sessions focus on the
actual Exam
- Video-taped Lessons for Additional
Practice
- Quality Instruction with Affordable
Tuition
Classes for the Dec. 9th
GRE begin: Sat. Oct. 14th and
Tues. Nov. 7th
E CEL 996-1500
Test Prepar ation
.1100 5Roith l lnivers~itv

MICHIGAN BOOK & SUPPLY now carries
anatomical models. 317 S. State Street.
CHEAP DATE, lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
nial Lanes. 1956 S. Industrial Hwy.
"COME AS YOU AREN'T" H ALLOWEEN
COSTUME CONTEST Sun., Oct. 29. 100s
of $$$ worth of prizes. Kids' procession 1.-
1:30, young adults' prominade 2-2:30, all
others sidewalk sashay 3-3:30. Meet at ap-
pointed times at corner of Church and S.U.
FALL-WINTER SALE Oct. 20-21 Fri. 9-5
Sat 9-2 First Baptist Church, 502 E Huron
MURDER IN THE STACKS - Holmes and
Watson detect crimes in the Library. FREE
video showing TODAY, 10a.m. to 4 p.m. in
North Lobby, Graduate Library (continuous
showing, alternating with "Slow Fires").
HAY RIDES. Groups large and small wel-
come. Call evenings 428-9100.
NEW YORK GIANTS FANS! Watch the
game at Cubs AC. 1950 S. Industrial Hwy.
WRITERS! ARTISTS! Expression magazine
needs stories, poems, essays and illustra-
tions. Send SASE to Box 2429 Mesa, Ari-
zona 85214. Subscriptions $14 for 4 issues.
PUMPKIN SALE
October 23 -27
11am - 5pm '~
Union Fishbowl
$1 -$3
Proceeds benefit National
Institute for Burn Medicine

Washington Street, an American restaurant,
is now accepting applications for the follow-
ing part & full tune positions: *food
servers *bus persons *cocktail servers
*dishwashers *cooks
Apply in person M-F 2pm-4pm. 114 E.
Washingtom St., Ann Arbor.
CAREER SHIP CAREERS
For information booklet, please send $7.95 to
CSCO, P.O. Box 541455, Merritt Island,
Florida, 32954.
DO YOU WANT TO GET PAID for talking
on the phone? Research facility needs inter-
viewers. Absolutely no sales. Starting pay
$5/hr. No experience necessary. Perfect *
for college students. 10-40 hors a wee 7-
days evenings and weekends. Call 994-0975
for taped information. Call 994-8726 if you
have further questions.
A
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Collectible, household, new, used,
jewelry, gifts, unusual, junque.
44,000 sq. ft. every weekend
6-10 Fri. eve., 10 am-6 pm Sat.& Sun.
214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown
Ypsilanti 487-5890 971-7676

Office Position - Orientation. d
Opportunity to gain financial/office experi-
ence. Assist and overall office operation. _1-p
15 hours a week. $5/hour. Call 764-629 6r
stop by at 3000 Michigan Union to apply. r
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo. Summer,
r. round. All countries all fields. Free info.
rite UC, PO Box 52-M101, Corona Ide
Mar, CA 92625.
PERFECT! Michigan Telefund offers $5.00-
$7.00/hour plus bonuses, flexible evening
hours,and terrific experence. Call 998-7420.
for more information.
PIZZA BOB'S
Part-time workers wanted about 20 hours',p
week. Days, Nights, Weekends available.
Apply in person at Pizza Bob's, 814 S. State.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well e-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a malp
between 21-40 years of age and a graduated*
student or a professional' 10"or taller we
need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
WORK-STUDY STUDENT - To assist 'in
updating floor plans, of medical school
buildings and space inventories; assist
maintenance surveys; prepare layouts for
building signs and notices. Familiarity with
building pans, Excel, MacDraw helpful.If
interested7call Facilities Management Offis
at 747-2788.

STANLEY H. KAPlAN
Take Kaplan OrTake Your Chances
DECEMBER EXAM
Class begins October 21.
ENROLL TODAY !
203 E. Hoover 662-3149
For other locations call 800-KAP-TEST

WE CHALLENGED KAPLAN
TO COMPARE THEIR
RESULTS TO OURS:

*
MIDWEST
PUBLISHING
We are now interviewing for part-time'
sales positions. One block from campus,
Earn $5.50 - $8.00 per hour. '
Call 996-8890 after 6 p.m.

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LSAT:
GMAT:

9 points
90 points

GRE: 230 points
average score improvements
NOT SURPRISINGLY,
THEY DECLINED.
For The Best Prep
Call 663-2163
The
Princeton Review
We score more

Get an early start
for the April 28 exam.
Begin your preparation
with our
- Science Review Notes &
- Videotaped Discussions-
Classes begin in Jan. and Feb.
C LEL 996-15W I
Test Preparation
1100 South University

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Call 800-KAP-TEST
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
Take KaplanOr TakeYour Chances
DECEMBER LSAT
The last class begins October 25th
ENROLL NOW !
203 E. Hoover 662-3149

BYE BYE BIRDIE
LightingCostume,
Prep, Orchestra,
& Sound Directors
experience preferred, if not still apply
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL UAC 763-1107

* ATTENTION *
15-40 Hours Weekly
$7.85 to Start
National Firm Expanding
Retail Sales and Marketing Divisio
College Credit and Scholoarships?
Available *
Excellent Business Experience
Flexible Schedules
Call 677-2877

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Oman coin
5 Kind of ray
10 Feel blue
14 Singer-
composer
from Canada
15 Prince
Charming, e.g.
16 Site of Iowa
State College
17 Dancers of
first rank
20 City residence
21 Practical
22 Words of
consent
23 Singe
25 Well-known
Hollywood
family
29 Hedge sparrow
33 Hunt hero
34 Out of the way
36 Actor McKellen
37 Eagles and
Oilers -
40 Five-spot
41 Ecclesiastical
wear
42 Chill
43 Namesakes of
a Roosevelt
45 "- of Fortune"
46 Eat in style
47 The Grande
49 "Tiny Alice"
,playwright
52 Surpass in
scope
57 Nightclub
activity
60 Part of HOMES
61 Spinning
62 Wings
63 Georae C.5 Scott

7 Soften
8 - de tate
9 English
country
festival
10 - d' h6tel
11 Stadium in
Atlanta
12 Loud ringing of
bells
13 Being: Lat.
18 Ruler,
in Africa
19 --Urundi,
Africa
23 Crinkled fabric
24 Cordell and
Henry
25 Faux pas
26 Seething
27 Singer Debby
28 Call by the ump
29 Lemons
30 Loyal subject
31 The street, in
Paris
32 Photographer
Adams
34 Brother of
Moses and
Miriam
11 12 13 14

35 Unsteady light
38 Thinner
39 Exclamation of
disgust
44 Namesakes of
designer
Simpson
45 Used, as
clothing
47 Less refined
48 Where the Tiber
flows
49 Encourage

50 Zhivago's love
51 Radar image on
the screen
52 Hebrew
measure
53 Part of USNA
54 The lifeline of
Egypt
55 Growl
56 Fulda feeder
58 Dolt
59 Cinnabar or
galena

NUTS AND BOLTS
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too
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POK (CHOPS$? OH EVOr'.,
YOU DON'-T!?
WHERES O5CAR?

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By Judd A. Winick
(AUN~T LE5LI E !)
f -n
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Wendy's

Now hiring friendly,
hard-working employees.
rhere are a limited number
of positions available.
Days, nights,
and closing shifts.

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* Free meals.
" Free uniforms.
Frequent merit raises.
* Opportunity to move
into management.
0 Many fun activities 4
and fringes.
Do you qualify?
Or do you know someone
who does?
Apply to Cheryl Murphy:
At the location

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