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DAILY SOAPs
DAILY SOAPs: With a nose like a Springer
Spaniel, Bart follows the sweet smell of
mother nature to the hooka tokin guru in the
Diag. "How" says the guru. "How?" repts
Bart. And then, to the amazement of Bart's
eyes, the guru began to levitate above the M.
And he spoke the words that our super-sleuth
will never forget: "The hooka pipe smoker
doesn't know the Magician." Bart , enlight-
ened by the spirit of the Colonel himself
knew exactly where to go in order to find
Little Molly Gooddoer.
MUSICAL MDSE,
STEREOS, ETC.

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CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
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How about that CiAZT
Business idea?
University of Michigan
Collegiate Entrepreneurs
MASS MEETING
Tuesday, February 20
7:00pm
Room 0215
Business School
Speaker will be:
Professor Fred Kiesner
recipient of the prestigious
Zell-Lurie
Entrepreneurship Award
ALL SCHOOLS WELCOME
"Afterall,
Greatness is what
you do
with your success!"
BACKGROUNDS JOURNAL: Works by
"people of color is now acceting poetry, short
Sstones, essays, artwork and one-act plays for
their second issue. Deadline is March 1,
1990. Any questions? Call Curtis (995-
3072) or Darci (764-3973.)

ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMPUFAIR '90
February 22-23
Michigan Union Ballroom
and
Pendleton Room
Proceeds to the
American Red Cross
fin adie
Sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council
MEN AND WOMEN WITH HIV-INFEC-
TION/AIDS Student Initiated Support Group
now forming for students at UM.
Confidentiality Assured.
Call for more information on date, time and
location. Polly Paulson, University Health
Service at 763-1320 or Jim Toy or Billie Ed-
wards, Lesbian-Gale Male Programs Office
763-4186.
TONIGHT!
Back by popular demand
The Sun
Messengers
live at the
U-CLUB
10 P.M.
The Univerity Club Is a prtve ckk for students.
factity. staff, duni. and their accompaled
guests. Ory members who are of Igia
di dng age may purchase achol.
VISIT OUR NEW and expanded Art & En-
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Come see us to:
discuss'classroom problems
trouble-shoot
explore alternative teaching strageges
For more information or to set up an appointnent:
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LOST & FOUND
FOUND: WOMEN'S BRACELET. Angell
Hall, And. D. Call Greg 996-0642. Leave
message.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 89' GIANT BOULDER moun-
tain bike- MTN. LX. Comp. incl. helmet,
lock, bottle, shorts. $400 or bo. 665-0771.
AUTOMOTIVE
'86 SUNBIRD. Turbo loaded, A/C, AM/FM
cass, tilt, PW, new tires muff. $6000. Call or
leave message. Mike 74-9069.
1981 RELIANT SE. Super condition, new
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tions, no tilt.Sun roof $1,000.517-546-9710.
85 FORD EXP. Auto, air, cruise, power
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miles new tires, muffler. Runs great.
$3006/or best offer. 747-9096.
IS IT TRUE ... Jeeps for $44 through the
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ext. 1137A.

HELP WANTED

WORK OUT WEST
We are looking for independent, hardworking
students that want to have an exciting, cha-
lenging summer opportunity. Develop excel-
lent communication skills and invaluable re-
sume experience. Earn $5,400. Limited posi-
tions. Cal 665-8549 and leave your name.&
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formation.
APPOINTMENT REPRESENTATIVE
$7.00 plus bonuses. Entry level
positions available immediately. No
experience necessary, will train. Great
business & marketing experience.
Call 677-2877
ANN ARBOR "Y'S" DAY CAMP Birkett
now accepting applications for camp coun-
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June 18 to Aug. 24. Apply at the Ann Arbor
"Y", 350 S. Fifth Ave. 663-0536. An equal
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opportunity!
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics,
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7 weeks. Camp Camelot on Univ. Cam-
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Friedman 947 Hewlett North Woodmere,
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EARN $300 TO $500 PER week reading
books at home. Call615-473-7440 ext. 587.
EGGHEAD DISCOUNT SOFTWARE
Part-time comuter software sales 20-30
hrs/wek; 5-6hr.Retail and/or compter
exp. preferred. Call Ron Fredericks @ 769-
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taken & passec at leastrench 362. Will pay
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HELPI
Needed: Tutor for philosophy 355. Grad stu-
dent or someone who has taken the class pre-
ferred. Call 763-2676.
NOW HIRING STUDENTS!
$5.50/hour
Customer service representatives needed for
morning and lunch hour shifts. Apply at any
shop in the Union Mug Eateries & Commons,
or call 763-1222.
WIN A HAWAIIN VACATION
OR BIG SCREEN TV
PLUS RAISE UP TO $1,400
IN JUST 10 DAYS!
Objective: Fundraiser
Commitment: Minimal
Money: Raise $1,400
Cost: Zero Investment
Campus organizations, clubs, f rats,
sororities call
OCMC
at 1(800)932-0528/
1(800)950-8472 ext. 10.
ROOM IN EXCHANGE for childcare &
chores. $4/hr for over l2hr/wk. Large car-
peted rm, private 1/2 bath, kitch, shower,
laundry pnvileges. Livonia. Need person who
delights in children. Childcare references,
owns car. 649-0321.

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR LSA
Academic Peer Advisors to work with sum-
mer orientation. Must be an LSA Student in
good standing. Apps. available in 1213 An-
gell.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo. Summer,.
yr. round. All countries all fields. Free info.
Write UC, PO Box 52-M101, Corona Del
Mar, CA 92625.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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between 21-40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional, 5'10" or taller we
need you. Donors areyaid $50 dollars per ac-
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please call 434-4766.
STAFF NEEDED FOR resort hotel on
Mackinac Island. Includes front desk, night
audit, dining room, kitchen, housekeeping,
maintenance, grounds, bicycle shop mechan-
ics. Contact Iroquois Hotel/Schad, 2803
Central Park N.E., #201, Grand Rapids, MI
49505. (616) 364-1309.
SUMMER CAMP JOBS: Positions avail. for
program director, trip leader, and waterfront
staf. Join the staff of Wisconsin's outstand-
ing Jewish resident camp. Excellent salaries
and working conditions. Contact Camp In-
terlochen 6255 North Santa Monica, Mil-
waukee, W 53217. (414) 964-4444.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. UM Sexual As-
sault Prevention and Awareness Center is
looking for volunteers to lead workshops on
acquaintance rape prevention or to staff a 24-
hour phone line. Applications available 2/19-
3/16 at our office - 3100 Michigan Union,
For more info. call 763-5865.
FOR RENT
**ALL TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS**
The finest campus properties. Rooms, effi-
ciencies, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms. We'll personally
escort you through our quality properties.
Pick up our hsting at the Housing Office.
Modern Management 668-6906/663-3641.
Call between 9 & 5, 7 days a week.
FALL 1990
Three or Four Bedroom units,
for 5 or 6 people.
2 each - back on the market.
High quality - by appointment.
Stop by
campus rentals, ltd.
1335 South University
TO PICK UP AN UPDATED BROCHURE.
665-8825
**HILL STREET**
2 & 3 br. apartments in older houses
665-5620.
*CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. 2 bdmnr
modem furnished apt. Carpeted, garbage diV
posal, laundry & storage, heat, water, &
parking "$640/mo. 4 blks to Frieze d
Near N. Campus Busline Fall 1990 66-
4101.
1 BDRM. APT. AVAIL. NOW! Fum. A/C, *
dish., Prkg., rent negot. Kelly 665-4191;
Meredith 994-0509.
1127 CHURCH modem 2 bdrm, fum. $840.
Incl. heat, water, new kitchen, Sep-Aug. Jeff
994-3538/Mrs. Weiss 1-626-1175.
2 BDRM. APT. for May. $550 + U. New
carpet, kitchen & furniture. No Pets- laundry,
parking. 769-1534.
2 LG. BDRMS. for rent in spacious 3 bdrm.
house near Law School. Laundry, parking,
kitchen, 2 full baths, microwave, fir lace
carpet, storage. $333/mo./bdrm. + util. Avail.
May. 627 S. Division. Call 747-7951.
3 BDRM. DUPLEX for up to 6 people, w/
fireplace, formal dinin room laundry facili-
ties & parking. $1395. 63-4 1bl.4W
3 BDRM. W/ STUDY across from CCRB.
Laundry facilities and parking. Also includes
heat & water. 663-4101.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE w/study, short term
lease now till Aug. 15, arin , garage
laundry, fenced yard. $500. 662-5500 -
3 PERSON/2 BDRM. APT. in historic house
on State & Lawrence. New kitchen $ carpet.
Fur.- May lease $795- heat incl.- no pets-
laundry- Very cute 769-1534.
3,4,& 5 BEDROOM houses and apartments.
A in older homes near campus. Laundry and
parking. 996-9300.
350 THOMPSON STREET one block from
the Diag in the heart of Central Campus. One
bedroom and efficiency apartments are avail-
able for Fall 1990 leasing. Security system,
laundry facilities, and prime location!iNew
contemporary furniture and gray carpeting in
all units. Sorry...no parking. For an appoint-
ment to see our remaining apartments, call
Heather, Judy, or Cari-Ann at Oppenheimer
Property Mgt. 995-5575.
4 r 6 BEDROOM-
Houses/R aprtments
Calil us t 665-0271
Sodeco Mgmt.
4 BDRM. HOUSE for 5 people: The cutest
house you've seen! Hill St. It s all new - car-
pet, kitchen fu. $1500 + util. May lease.
No pets - Dry. 769-1534.
4 BDRM. HOUSE. 809S. DIVISION. at Hill
St. close to campus. $1080/mo. Off-street
arking addition. Avail Sept. 1. Call 996-
4 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR 4 OR 5 PEO-

PLE. Newly remodeled. 605 Mary Ct. 3 blks
from cam pus. $1320/mo. + utilities. 475-
3706/475-3707. Leave message.
5 BDRM. BI-LEVEL APT., 2 full baths,
dishwasher, microwave, central air, alarm
system, prkg. & Indry. facilities. 1/2 block to
Diag.$195.663-4101.
516 S. FOURTH AVE. 5 bdrms. well main-
tained, furnished home, ample closets, dish-
washer, prking. Only quiet, cam9,1_ people
need app y $1 00/mo. + utilities.aCa ll1-737-
2445.
6 BDRM. HOUSE on Walnut- Ldry., fire-
place, dishwasher, 2 fridges. 665-0271.
6 BDRM. HOUSE ON N. THAYER. MOD-
ERN HOUSE w/ 3 full baths, 2 studies, off-
street parking, 2 fridges, microwave, & free
laundry. Comfortable living at a great price.
Contact Ken Bassey at 996-9061 any time.
6 BDRM. UNIT in duplex. Walk or bike to
campus or medical center. 6 bdrms., living
room, dining room, study, kitchen, free laun-
dry dishwasher, microwave, new carpets,
arcing, no pets. $1690 plus utilities. 663-
5861.
6 BDRM. UNIT on East U. near Hill. May-
May lease, summer sublet guarenteed. Fire
place, 2 baths, dishwasher, microwave, free
laundry, prkg., no pets. 663-5861.
808 OAKLAND
Fully remodeled 3 bedroom apt. in modem
building. Contemporary furnisfi. Dishwasher,
microwave. Covered parking, laundry, cen"
tral air vertical blinds heat and water. Keys
stone Properties, Inc.2M8 Packard. Call
2284.
A f:DRAT 1OADI!CAT IV PnRVAT T? U.,l..aM

HELP WANTED

HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs, authorized
Gibson Guild. Martin Yamaha Alvarez.

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by rueMichel Jaffe

ACROSS.
1 On the -
(fleeing)
4 Satellite
launcher
9 A Georgia,
for short
12 Burl or
Charles
14 "Peanuts"
character
15 Chilled
17 "Gorillas
in the -"
18 "Ethan -":
Wharton novel
19 Verne's Captain
20 Hank Aaron's
weapon
23 --de-plume
24 Troop's
campground
25 Back: Prefix
27 Area: Abbr.
28 And so forth,
for short
31 "The -": 1949
Oscar-winning
film
33 Casino
employee
35 Like some beds
36 Poet Pound
37 Map info.
38 Gambles
40 Stairway
components
43 "Sylvia"
composer Leo
44 Sun---Sen
45 Airline abbr.
47 Hokkaido port
48 Abated
50 Main Street tree
51 Table game
necessity
57 Scottish

66 Dispensers of
TLC
DOWN
1 Agile
2 Flew
3 Note
4 Communica-
tions code
word
5 Lassie
6 Organic
compound
7 Unfeeling
8 Cruising
9 Pride
-is one
10 Perfumed
11 Regret
13 Stile component
16 Major -
21 Milton's fallen
angel .
22 Part of some
school years
26 Clean the slate
29 - Haute, Ind.
30 Lacking
delicacy

31 Make haste
32 Being, in an
abstract sense
34 Norse sea god
38 Tidal flat
39 El -, in 1942
WW II battle
site
41 Lifesaver
42 Von - German
gen. who
fought in
Revolution

43 Achievers
46 Judges
49 Gen.'s
aides
52 - facto
53 Retreat
54 Cod family
fish
55 Swenson
of TV
56 Solar disc
58 Hot Springs or
Bath

Nuts and Bolts
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HEY WHAT'S -ImT CROWD?

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NOT A POPIATRST WE'RE
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