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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 20, 1982-Page 13

THE FIRST FUTURISTIC RUTH GORDON If yo find your
- ~MONSTER MOVIE IN 3-1 youfindyou
name in today's
--- Maude i MICHIGAN DAILY
H s Hangups Are Hilarious!Classified page
YOU WIN
"American Richad Pyor TWO FREE TICKETS
LIV- to any one of
Pie LIVE STATE 1-2-3-4
XXX IN CONCERT MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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Eat, Drink, and be Cooperative. Fall spaces for
women at many locations and men at North Campus.
Good meals and many extras. Contact the Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.
eCtc
Own bedroom in Cooperative housing now available.
2-3-4 month options include meals. Call or stop by the
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-
4414. cCtc
Available now-room in nice old Ann Arbor house.
Close to hospital and North Campus. Includes kit-
chenandbath. 668-7702. 76C0521
San Souci
Fall Rentals
Large one and two bedroom furnished or unfurnished
apartments available in Fall occupancy. Apart-
ments include heat, free parking, and large balcony
or patio. Located across from UM stadium. Bus ser-
vice In and from Central Campus daily. Some
subleases
available. Call 434-0561 for information or appoint-
ments. cC2tc
HIGHLANDS
NORTH CAMPUS
Taking applications for Fall rentals on these one and
two kedroom apartments tram $307. Visit resident
managers a 103Broadway, Apt.30 or call 769-3672.
Brian Kennedy, any relation to John or Teddy? Come
to the Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the
State Theater. dF0520
MUFFLER-Lowest price, first quality. Call 769-
5913 for a price over the phone. Ann Arbor Muffler on
Jackson Ave., only 2 miles from campus. 4cFtc
Amber Jones, today is a colorful day! Come to the
Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theater. dHf520
THE YEARBOOKS ARE IN!!! BUY OR PICK UP
YOURS TODAY AT 420 MAYNARD. dF0511
We don't have many left so come to 420 Maynard
today to buy your 1982 MICHIGAN ENSIAN!!
dF0511
Summer Arts Festival
Volunteers needed. Great fun, great experience. Call
us today or drop by at Rm. 4310 Michigan Union. 763-
4430, ask for Rita. University Artists and Craftsman
Guild. 59FO522
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
deliveredin tuxedo. Alloccasions. 995-1972. cFte
WE'RE SERIOUS ABOUT WINE. Wine is only fun if
you're serious about it. The Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. cFtc
JUNE-JULY GUITAR CLASSES NOW FORMING!
Beginning and intermediate levels-8 weeks of
classes, 1% hour sessions, for only $40.00. Fxperien-
ced professional instructor. Private lessons also
available. Call665-349. cFtc
Want to tell someone Happy Birthday?
Happy Anniversary? Congratulations?
I Love You? I Hate You?
Perhaps You Want To Propose Marriage?
Send A Singing Telegram
UNIVERSITY SINGING TELEGRAM SERVICE
has inexpensive telegrams for any occasion.
We'll deliver anytime, anywhere in Ann Arbor.
Call66S-8349
cFtc
MAKE LOVE-NOTWAR
It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cF0417
Earn extra cash $ fast in an hour to two hours twice a
week. Donate plasma $1.00 per donation-$2.00 ex-
tra first donation with this ad. Call 662-7744 for ap-
ointment. cF052l
Leaving A Must sell 1972 Toyota Good transpor-
tation. $225. 572-1917 after 5 p.m. 74N521

TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJtc
PIANO LESSONS-reasonable. Call 665-2902. Ex-
perienced teacher, B.M., M.A., M.M. and PhD.
studies in music. 52J0522
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service..Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJct
Term papers, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345persistently. cJtc
HOUSE SITTER-June-Aug. Responsible,
professional, references. Call 996-8125. 70J0526
Two instant color passport pictures. Only $6.60 by
Pkoto Dokos. 47KE. Williams Street. 0417
JAZZ PIANO LESSONS from experienced
professional pianist. Currently student at New
England Conserv. of Music. Robert Rosenstock, 665-
6980. 0J0526
LOVING CHILD CARE-my tetting farm individual
garden and experienced, certified teacher will con-
tribute to your child's happy experience while you
teachor study. 483-0994. 79JO528
TYPING-Fast, Accurate, Reasonable. Papers,
briefs, letters, dissertations (10 years experience).
SANDI, 426-5217. cJ0814
T-t
CONCERT TICKETS for sale: Journey, Rainbow,
Ozzy, Nob, more, need Mich. Football, 994-0145.
44Q0520

[ r~A ! ED"
Ever consider Real Estate sales? Free training,
book fees only. Call Sally Conklin Real Estate One,
995-1616. 77H0522
Mario Hunter, you've found your catch. Come to the
Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theater. dJ0520
SITTER for 9-mo. old & 20-mo. old in our home. Call
Pat Williams, 487-0215, 9-5 pm. After 6:30, 769-3416.
66H0522
Volunteer readers needed for blind students for
Spring-Summer terms. 763-3000. 71H0522
ROO MATEES.
ROOMMATE
Tired of looking for the right roommate? Roommate
referral service can provide a list of compatible can-
didates. Inexpensive, 971-4606. 47Y0529
Kevin Hill, climb up the hill to the Daily and pick up
your two free tickets tokthe State Theater. dY0520
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET-large bedrm. in 2
bdrm. apt. A/C, free laundry, balcony, near Med.
Center, $100/mo. 668-6979. 55U0520
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-one bdrm. apt. E. Ann. Price negotiable
starting June. Call 995-8833. 73U0525
Sublet furnished-July and August large efficiency.
Northwood I, quiet, cool, modern, $135. 994-9321.
75U0525
HALF PRICE FOR SUMMER
ONE OR MORE MONTHS
1328 White-Rooms in 3 bdrm. house $100/rm.,
June thru Aug.
724 'Arch No. 4-2 bdrm. apt. $250 July & Aug.
443 S. Division No. 2-Eff. apt. $140July & Aug.
405 E Jefferson No. 10-1 bdrm. apt. $150 July &
Aug.
NoPets.663-5609
cUtc
BICYCLES-used, reconditioned 1 3, 5 & 10 speeds.
Bring this ad and receive $10off the price of any used
bike in stock. Offer expires 5/29/82. Student Bike
Shop, 607 South Forest at S. University (next to
Village Corner). 65Z0528
Support th
March of,
BIRTH DEFECTS
FOUNDATION

"I APPLIED MYSELF AND GOT
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
Consuner'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."
United States
Office of Education

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