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Graduate students encouraged to apply.
CHILD CARE WANTED - Enthusiastic,
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CHILDCARE NEEDED. Experienced per-
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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LUNCH SUPERVISORS 11am - 1pm, M-F.
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NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: Responsible
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HELP WANTED
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
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this winter tern. Located at Hill and East
University. Come over for a visit or call for
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WORK STUDY
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763-2591
WORK STUDY STUDENT WANTED!
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761-8842
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Open 24 hours/day 361 days
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Papers/reports/dissertations/resumes.
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YPS WORD PROCESSING PROFES-
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Envelopes. 747-7470.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ARTISTS! WRITERS! Expression magazine
needs storiesApoems, essays and illustra-
tions. Send SASE to Box 2419 Mesa, Ari-
zona 85214. Subscriptions $14 for 4 issues.
TIOS!! WONDERFUL MEXICAN style
food. We deliver. 11AM to 11PM. Call 761-
6650.
CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
nial Lanes. 1956S. Industrial Hwy.
A For the winter
term
U production of
The Best Little
Whorehouse
in Texas!
January 27,
T 11:00-6:30
' Pendleton Room
in the Union,
O and January 28,
12:00-6:30
N Michigan
Ballroom
in the Union.
**FILMS** **FILMS**
Get involved with
Hill Street Cinema
Mass Meeting Jan 24 6m
1429 Hill Street 995-5161
WCBN-FM 88.3 Annual Fundraiser.Feb 8-11
tune in support college radio.

FOR RENT
NOW LEASING FALL 1990. Best selection
of desirable furnished houses and apts. Stop'
by Campus Rentals, 1335 S. University to
pick up a brochure.
2 BDRM. 1 1/2 bath bi-level apt. near cam-
pus. Need female to fill lease. Jan.-Aug. 769=
6682 or 930-2984 (machine).
POST REALTY
SPACIOUS 1 & 2 BEDROOM
MODERN APIS.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
ON & OFF CAMPUS LOCATIONS
400 Maynard, Ann Arbor 761-8220

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UM CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS
First Mtg. & Workout Sun. 1-21-90
1U-1:00pm in IM Bldg.
** DON'T MISS **
WINTER RUSH 1990
January 25th 7pm
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Contact Rick Fair at 764-0554
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO TUTOR 6th,
7th, & 8th grade students at Tappan Middle
School. Tues. & Thurs. 3-4. Contact Mrs.
Booker, 994-4970 or 994-2015.
WANTED: STUDENT ENGINEER
To help design privately owned bridge for
home owner. % pay cash. Callb523658
pms, 261-6380 days - ask for Keith.
WANTED: Tutor for intermediate algebra.
483-3085 evenings or weekends.

AMAZIN' BLUE
UM's only co-ed a capella
ensemble is holding
AUDITIONS
for sopranos y..
Auditions will be held
Sunday, January 21.
Please call 763-1107 for more
info and audition appointments.
NEW YORK GIANTS FANSI Watch the
game at Cubs AC. 1950S. Industrial Hwy.
FOR SALE
BLANK AUDIO TAPES FOR SALE
Shipment just in
S cia1:7'DK A90 $2.00
Free delivery. Call Adam 930-0069
EXERCISE BIKE. CHEAPI GREAT CON-
DITION. CALL 769-7286.

1 BDRM 4 RENT $275/MO. UTILITIES
INC. Parking, laundry, cable tv. 994-0067.
1 BDRM. avail, in 5 bdrm. house near cam-
pus unfum. $1350/mo. plus util. Move in
5/1 . Call 747-7434 for appt.
1 LARGE ROOM AVAIL, 5 MIN TO
CAMPUS, laun, parking, $295/mo +elec,
930-2906.
1 Rm Avail in 6 Bdrm Hs-Avail Jan; 6 Mo.
Lease. On Church Near Oakland/Great
Roommates; $255/Mo & Util Mike 995-
1423.
IBR IN 3BR SPACIOUS HOUSE. PARK-
ING. Avail. now. $290. Carolyn/Reba 994-
543 8.
3 PRIVATE RMS AVAIL. Prof. Fraternity.
On E. Ann near Glen. $350/mo. inc. all uti-
ities & 21 meal plan. 761-5491.
4 BDRM HOUSE on campus. 5 prsn. Fum.,
laundry, MAY-MAY, $1100. 995-3276.
6 BEDROOM HOUSE near campus, living
room dining room, kitchen, 2 baths. No pets.
663-861.
6 BEDROOM HOUSE fum., carpet parking
ldry: for Fall lease. State/Hoover $ 00 plus
util. Call Carrie747-7569.
6 BEDROOM central Cam pus, 2 block
from Diag, 2 bath, huge kitchen den fur-
nished, laundry, parking, $2016 includes
heat. 668-7955 after 5p.m.
6 BR. HOUSES: Carpet, parking, laundry,
year lease (May or Sept) 485-822.
AAAAAAHHHIHH....
Affordable student living in luxury sur
roundings. Spacious 2 bedroom units with
950 sq. feet, including 1 1/2 baths, two story
or garden level with separate entrances'
Parking, laundry, security system and paid
heat. Oversize closets, dishwashers and new
contemporary furniture, carpeting and blind
in decorator color schemes. We are now tak-
ing alications for Fall 1990. Geddes Hill is
readyor your commitment to quality living'.
Call Judy, Heather, or Cari Ann at Opperr-
heimer rop. Mgt. 995-5575.
AN EARLY BIRD GETS THE BEST
APARTMENT!! If you are interested in
leasing our three most popular buildings ft
90-91, Carriage House, Geddes Hill, or Park
Plaza, we strongly suggest that you reserve
now with an application. We are on our way
to being sold out early. Call Judy or Heather
at Oppenheimer Property Mgt. 995-5575 to
hold an apartment at the building of your
choice.'
ARCH 807-5 BDRM. Firepl., study suite in
bsmt., garage, porch caret, fum.,hid., 2 1/2
baths.. ay ease. 454-6914.
ATTRACTIVEsAFFORDABLE State 923-6
bdrm. hardwood floors, fum. attic, glass-in-
porch, parking. May lease 445s-6914
AVAIL. FOR MAY-On cam pus fum. 2-5
bdrm. apts. and5 bdat house. $850-
1650/mo. Call Shah at 9941200, ext. 3400
days, 665-2723 or 663-7807 eves.'& wkends.
AVAIL. JAN. - APRIL. Rooms in 4 bdrm.
furnished apt. $300/mo. 663-5609.
AVAIL. MAY OR SEPT. Central or Medi-
cal campus, A or 2 bdrm a'pts. No pets. Clar-
ion Properties._769-2255.
AVAIL. NOW-1 or 2 bdrms. in GREAT 4W
bdrm. house. Hardwood fls., pkg , Idry.,
even a porch swing! On bus line. $44+ util.
662-6597 or 662-3794.
AVAIL. NOW 1 BEDROOM in 6 bdrm.
house. Furnished. Hill & S. Forest. $300 neg.
Call 355-2271. Jeff.
AVAIL. NOW - Lovely 1 bdrm. apt. in quiet
house. Central campus. Hardwood firs., pkg.
safe. Call 930-0661. $460/mo.
BURNS PARK. Large one bedroom avail-
able Feb. 1. 769-6478.
CAMPUS, 6 BDRM. Arch St., 2 bath, fur-
nished, parking and 1 car garage, fireplace,
aundnew carpet and kitcen for new ten-
ants, May to May, 688-7955 or 426-4772.
CAMPUS-BY IM BLDG.-3 bedroom fur-
nished a. $900 or rooms for rent $275-
$300. Al include heat & water. 662-4050.
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL-RACKH AM-
BURNS PARK
Fall rental lease $270-$660. 1 or 2 person
no pets, rferences. 6654986.
CENTRAL CAMPUS-6 and 7 bedroom
houses, furnished, carpeted, dishwasher,
laundry facilities, microwave oven, parking.
May to May 231-2384.
FALL or MAY OCCUPANCY. Modem one
& two bedroom units. 769-6478.
FORMING NOW Jewish rooming house fo
Jewish women. 15 rmis, $250-up. 995-3276.
FORMING NOW Jewish rooming house for
Jewish men. 15 ms, $250-up. 995-3276.
FURNISHED SINGLE BDRM. in 6 bdrm.
camus house, laundry, parking, 2 bath,
available now to May, rent negotiable. 668-
7955.
GREAT LOCATION, GREAT PRICEI 2
rooms available now, coed house Church &
Hill, parking available also. 994-575.
HOUSES & APTS. on camps listing at SA
or our office - 100 Huron View
Blvd.OAKLAND MANAGEMENT 761-
7491
HUGE BEAUTIFUL ROOM FOR RENT! 6
BDRM. HOUSE. Great housemates. Jan:
May '90. *No subletting.* Free parking 4
laundry. Rent neg. Call Lisa 360-2866.
IN THE HEART OF CAMPUS a
Efficiency apartment in quiet secure building.
New contemporary funiture, carpet and
drapes. Laundry facilities. Close to Diag and
shopping. Sorryno parking. Call Oppen
heimer Property Mgt. 995-5575.
5 AND 6 BEDROOM

FURNISHED HOUSES
DAVID M. COPI
663-5609 1
LARGE 6 BDRM. Campus house, Linden
St., clean & nice, huge living room & dining
room, 2 bath, plentiful pakin fumished
laundry, fireplace, May toMay,46-4772.
LEASE FOR SALE - JAN.-Aug. Large sin-
gle in all female house. Great location &
rent. Call 995-3199.
LIVE IN THE COOL HOUSE on the corner
of State and Packard! Move in immed. Call
Dave 995-3003 or Hilary 995-5238. Own
room. Rent negotiable. Call ust
PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE
Safe lot on Hill St. *Key Location*

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5 Master, in
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10 Layer
14 Take - (accept
accolades)
15 "Werther" or
"Lulu"
46 Ship of myth
S7 Easy gait
18 Place for a
delayed project
20 Buttinski
22 Pilchard
23 Sandpiper
24 Nitty-gritty
25 Beside oneself
29 Straw in the
wind
31 Ruckus
32 Nova -
34 One of the
Guthries
38 American
composer
Charles
40 Pastoral poem
41 Bank business
42 Nothing
43 City on the Rio
Grande
45 Yorkshire river
46 "The- of
Summer"
48 Shoots holes in
50 Poet Sandburg
52 Not a Dem.
or Rep.
53 Shrill,
outcries
66 On cloud nine
60 Sidetrack

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