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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 13
THE FIRST FUTURISTIC RUTH GORDON
MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-Dy If you nd yoUr
arid a name in today's
MICHIGAN DAILY
-IHis Hangups Are HilarIOUS! dos fed page
-- 1 YOU WIN
"American R ~ dPyor TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
e" LIVE STATE 1-2-3-4
XXX IN CONCERT MIDNIGHT MOVIES

(Cotinued from Page 121
Room in professor's Burns Park Apt. July 1.
veient $150 plus. 761-1554. Fall option. 36
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WE'VE HELD THE LINE C
1982-83 FALL RATES
MANY OF OUR FINE CAMPUS APARTMEN
6 AND HOUSES ARE GOING AT 1981 RATES
" Rooms " Efficiencies
" 1,2, 3Bedrooms
+ Whole Houses, 2-4 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Availabl
at
McKINLEY
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUS ARC
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F 9-6, SAT. 10-2
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
FALL RENTALS
Located on Central Campus. Efficiency, 1 bed
furnished or unfurnished apartments availab
Fall occupancy. Attractive modern building an
nishings. Some subleases available. Call 434-05
information or appointment.
2 ROOMS AVAILABLE for 82-83 in large ho
m - fromcampoo. Cal996-9159. 29
BLACK MALE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED-a
to detect the inherited enzyme deficiency kno
0GPO deficiency, whicb is present in approim
13% of tbe black population. The screening 11:
volves taking a small sample of blood, eating a
and being paid $3.00. Date: Thursday, May 13;?
8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; Location: 3914 Buhl Buildin
Catherine St., next to.the Medical Lib
Phone-763-3530. 41
Massage workshop in the country. Swims
boating. May 15th, $35.00 (or barter). 475-7335.
49F
CAR OWNERS ... GET A LIFETIME GUA
TEE AND PAY LESS FOR A First Quality mu
Call for a price over the phone 769-5913, Ann
Muffler on Jackson Ave.
Jeffery Liss, come down to the Daily and pi
your two free tickets to the State Theater. dl
THE YEARBOOKS ARE IN!!! BUY OR PlCF
YOURSTODAY AT 420 MAYNARD. d
We don't have many left so come to 420 May
today to buy your 1982 MICHIGAN ENSIAN! !
d
WE'RE SERIOUS about wine. Wine is only h
you're serious about it. The Village Apothecary
S. University.
SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL-volunteers ne
Great fun, great experience. Call us today or dr
at Rm. 4310 Michigan Union. 763-4430, ask for
University Artistsand Craftsman'sGuild. 26F
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bou
delivered in tux. All occasions. 995-1972.
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
i'. .A Y1fA TEL
DISABLED WOMAN writer needs aid with per
care, meals. Part time, mostly weekends, Ci
campus. Call evenings.:66227"4, 18

BE A CAMP NURSE at Tamarack this summer.
Con- Brighton and Ortonville, Michigan. $1450-$1750, plus
room and board, housing for families. Call (313) 661-
C0514 0600 days or in Ann Arbor evenings & weekends 971-
6299. 06H0513
} WANTED-work study studentto assist in all phases
of psychological research. Flexible hours, friendly
atmosphere. Call Ziva, 764-1173. 16H0513
ITS Subjects for listening studies. $2.50/hr. for 2-5 hrs.
S Call 764-0440. 50H0513
PIANO LESSONS-reasonable. Call 665-2902. Ex-
le perienced teacher, B.M., M.A., M.M. and PhD.
studies in music. 52J0522
Lynne Litt, today is your lucky day! You've won two
tickets to the State Theater. Come get them at the
Daily. dQ0513
LIBRARY RESEARCH by A.M.L.S. Science
background. 665-6946. 40J0518
lADE TYPING: fast, accurate service. IBM equipment.
Pickupanddeliverya%)ailable. Cindy, 994-14580.
43J0514
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
cCtc rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJtc
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
room rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
le for cJet
d fur-
61 for TYPING-Fast, Accurate, Reasonable. Papers,
cCtc briefs, letters,-dissertations (10 years experience).
-. SANDI, 426-5217. cJ0814

GMAT Preparation Course. Starts May 19th.
Reasonable fees. Call Realm Tutoring. 665-3579.
37J0518
Term papers, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc
Two instant color passport pictures. Only $6.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407E. Williams Street. 0417
CONCERT TICKETS for sale: Journey, Rainbow
Ozzy, Nob, more, need Mich. Football, 994-0145.
44Q0520
LOW COST HOUSING AT U.S.C.-Planning to visit
So. Calif. this summer? Stay on USC campus for
$11.25/night. For info. contact Conferences, USC,
BSR-107, L.A., CA 90007;d 213/743-2022. 13P0513
FEMALE SPACE available immediately (until Aug.
31) in a room for 2 people. Kitchen, living room, close
to campus. $65 (util. included). Rent negotiable. 995-
5011 or 994-1515. 32U0513
SUMMER SUBLET available June 26, pleasant,
quiet, convenient, one apt., nice view, furniture,
laundry, 10seconds from campus. Call 662-2258.
45U0515

Joan Maland, we know youocan ... come down to the
Daily and pick up your two tickets to the State
Theafer, dU0513
HALF PRICE.
SUMMER SUBLET FOR MODERN, FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY AT $150/MO. AND 2 BEDROOM AT
$225/MO. DAHLMANN APARTMENTS, 543 CHUR-
CH AT S. UNIVERSITY, 761-7600. cUct
Sublet room in professor's Burns Park apt. $150.
July August. Fall option. 761-1554. 34U0514
ROOMMATE
Tired of looking for the right roommate? Roommate
referral service can provide a list of compatible can-
didates. Inexpensive, 971-4606. 47Y0529
READ
AND USE
DAILY
CLASSI FIEDS

"i APPLIED MYSELF ANDGOT
FEDERAL STUDY MONEY."
-Robin Clark
"My parents help pay my college tuition, and I also work part-time. But
last year I realized I might not have enough money to continue my education.
"Then I found out about the Middle Income Student Assistance Act.
It provides more aid than ever before for education after high school.
"I applied and found out that I was eligible for a Basic EducationalOppor-
tunity Grant (BEOG). You should also apply to see if you qualify for BEOG
or one of the other programs available to almost all
students enrolled in colleges or technical schools.
If you'd like to get more education and
need study money, do what I did. Write to
Box 84, Washington, D.C. 20044 and ask
for a free booklet. It's called "A Student
-. . . Consumer's Guide to Six Federal Finan-
. cial Aid Programs" Then get in touch
with the counselor or financial aid admin-
istrator in the school of your choice for
help in applying. (And be sure to com-
plete the forms carefully so you will be
eligible for the help you need!)
"Remember: If you want education
after high school and need financial
assistance to get it, "IT'S TIME TO
APPLY YOURSELF."
0.
v United States
Office of Education

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