SATURDAY, JANUARY 6,1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct CIassified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.k
MOVING-Must sell baby equip., air-
cond., lamps, typewriter, tables,
paintings, suitcases, car luggage car-
rier, portable B.Q., etc. 662-5734. B1
Prices for set of 4 wheelts
Chrome wheels $39.95
Super-Super reverse ea. $19.95
Blue tint Rev, chromes, ea. $21.95
Super Reverse 6" chromes $59.90
Radar mags caps and nuts $99.95
Flag one ps. mags compl. $119.95
Cragar G-T mags compl. $119.59
Cragar S-S mags compl. $139.95
E. T. two pc. mags compl. $129.95
E.T. one pc. mags comp $159.95
Astro customs with nuts $89.95
Astro Supreme with nuts $124.95
American racing mags 6" $179.95
American racing mags 7" $189.95
American Mags 15x4" pr. $125.00
Aluminum mags 8%" pr. $89.90
Radar one pc. mags $135.00
Intern'l Dragmaster mags $135.00
Mickey Thompson mags $129.95
New M-T slicks $24.95
Locks for mags and chrome $8.95
Cheater slicks from $15.95
1968 M&H compounds B140
B150 B160 Super stock $40.00
M&H Race-xS 1000x15 $63.60
Firestone Wide Oval D70-14 $26.95
4.ply Wide Oval Snow Tires in Stock!
General Red Line G.T.R. $35.95
Casler slicks $19.95
F70-14 4-ply wide oval 1st $29.95
G70-14 4-ply wide oval 1st $32.95
Baby Moone, set of 4 $4.88
Fill your tiresw ith nitrogen, ea. $1.
M/T I N DY PROFILE
Fantasio New Indy Profile'
6" to 82" width from
Inglewood Pos-A-Traction 7"
Inglewood Pos-A-Traction 8"
Inglewood Torque Master Indy'
7" to 9" wide, from
Goodyear Blue Streak slicks
Wide oval style retreads all
All sizes $29.95 up
Premium 4-ply 200 level red lines
all sizes 13" and 14" from $24.95
Dirt and asphalt oval track tires.
Drag slicks 9" width $26.00
Special made rims 8" to 12" $20.95
Plus many other wheels and tire deals.
Eight service bays for fast mounting
of mags, tires and balancing. Tire
prices plus $1 to $2.89 fed. tax. $0
down. Chrome prices exch. All major
credit, cards accepted. 30 days same
as cash. Up to 12 mos. to pay.
TIRE DISCOUNT HOUSE, INC.
25751 W. Warren
1 Mile W. of Telegraph (US-24)
OPEN DAILY 9-9. Closed Sundays
PENTAX SPOTMATIC & Telephoto
Lenses; Speed Graflex; Nikon-S. Must
sell. 662-7113. D11
BABYSITTER - Tues. and Thurs.-all
day. 1 small child. 665-4844. H13
$2/HOUR-N.Y. Times delivery. Car re-
quired. Call Mark, 761-9859. H12
Nationally known marionette company
has opening for young man until
June 15. Travel. Interesting work.
FEMALE, 21 to 28 yr. old to care for
handicapped college student. Must
be able to drive. $50 a wk. Sat. noon
to Sun. night free. Call 769-5154 or
MA 6-5298 in Birmingham. H111
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER, 75c/hr.
2 or 3 times a week, 3-5 hrs./day. 662-
WANT SOME EXTRA MONEY?
Practical engineering experience?
Get a part-time job!
Stop by or Call
Engineering Council Student
128 E West Engineering
764-6496 (Weekdays 2-5 p.m.)
500-5000-PLUS Miles of FREE air travel
offered to students willing to act
as campus representatives for com-
pany organizing student tours to
Europe. Write: Student Wheels
Abroad Program, 555 Madison Ave.,
New York, N.Y. 10022. 112
BABYSITTER for 21 mo. old girl. 10
hours/week. Mornings. 769-1672. 13
BABYSITTER NEEDED immediately, 1
child. MWF noon to 5 p.m. in my
home. Central campus. 761-1676. H4
MALE SUBJECTS NEEDED for a com-
puter-based experiment on decision
time. The experiment will last about
6 weeks and will involve 5 112 hour
sessions/week. Pay depends on per-
formances, but should average about
$1.50/hour. Call 761-8837. H8
KITCHEN HELP NEEDED, fraternity.
Time sharing system and subsystem
programmers. For our research and
development division. Contact R. L.
NEED BABYSITTER for 2 small chil-
dren Tues. & Thurs. afteroons until
4. 663-8178. H5
WANTED-FEMALE (upper classman or
grad. student) to live in and re-
ceive room and board in exchange
for babysitting and light housekeep-
ing. Burns Park area. 665-2138. H6
ROOM & BOARD in private home in
exchange for care of children and
light housework. 769-2584. H
MEAL JOB Available. Call Steward,
Delta Sigma Phi, 761-7420. H10
RAMBLER '61 Classic, Standard 6. Very
good engine, snow tires. $185. Call
426-8171 or 764-7449. N5
'67 VOLKSWAGEN, Excellent condition.t
With full accessories. 483-2987. N6
A TREMENDOUS DEAL. 1963% Ford.
Small engine, excel. cond. Must sell.
$550. Call Dave, 663-9472. N
'66 CORVAIR Corsa. 2-door, hardtop,
140 HP, 4 arbs., 4 speed, radio and
tinted windshield. Immac. cond.
24,000 careful miles. 663-8869 N2
SEE THE incredible shrinking price of
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. Take your
Magical Mystery Tour in luxurious
car. Excel. cond. 761-1911 eves. N3
'67 FIREBIRD Convert. Frost green
with black top. Also 1936 Dodge, 4-
door sedan. 434-2993 or 663-6301. N4
LOST AND FOUND
DOG LOST-Male. German short-hair.
Brown head, liver body. Reward.
Phone 426-4300 or 663-6826. A2
LOST (sadly)-One small brown-white
puppy-Tues. in Nat. Res. Has blue
eyes and answers to "Otto." Call 761-
7244 any time. AC
4TH GIRL NEEDED to share luxury
apt. Close to campus. 2 bdrms. and
extra study room. 665-4697. C8
IMMED. OCCUPANCY-Large 1-bdrm.
apt. Furn., all uti. paid. 8-mo. lease.
$150. 541 S. Division, Apt. 1. 761-1365.
WANTED TO RENT
PARKING SPACES needed. Will pay
reasonable price. Call Judy, 764-4944.
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARD FOR MEN. Nakamura Co-op,
807 South State Street. EC
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crinination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
NEED 4TH ROOMMATE. $50/mo. 711
E. Ann. 769-5523. C28
2 MAN APT. 523 Packard. $140/mo.
8 mo. lease. 769-1815. C4
DESIRABLE RESIDENTS seek male
graduate. 5 minute walk to campus.
Own room. Parking. Call John: 668-
8692 early evening or stop by 1342 N.
TWO GRAD WOMEN need a 3rd girl
to share charming, little house on
Greenwood. Call 665-2170 after 5 p.m.
3 GIRLS NEED 1 for mod. apt. Jan.-
Apr. $60 mo. 422 Kingsley, No. 6.
ROOMMATE WANTED. Grad or work-
ing girl preferred. Call 665-2827 after
5:30 p.m, C5
FURN. 2 BDRM. 2 blks. from campus.
Includes kit., living rm., bath, free
parking. Phone 761-6546 or 663-1937.
ROOM with private bath and entrance.
Utilities and linens furnished. Re-
frigerator avail. Car needed. 482-2069.
3 MEN NEED 4th to sublet until Aug.
20. Furnished 2-bdrm. Rent $57 each,
809 Catherine, Apt. 1. Call 769-1546.
NEEDED - FEMALE grad student to
share furn. 2 bdrm. apt. with 2
others. Modern close to campus. 769-_
4TH MAN NEEDED for comfortable
modern apt, on campus. Free park-
ing. $55/mo. 761-8355. C31
SINGLE ROOMS-4-man, quiet, lounge
and snack bar. $10/wk. Call 668-9755
after 6 p.m. 032
CARRIAGE HOUSE-Girl wanted for
lovely modern apt. Close to cam-
pus. Immediate occupancy. Call Vicki,
ROOM FOR RENT -_ Convenient to
campus and hospitals. 761-8297. C2
3 MAN APT., 3 bdrms. Newly furn.
$180. 769-1235. Clo
4TH MAN NEEDED for large apt. $60.
Near I.M. Bldg. 769-2008. C1i
GIRL NEEDED to sublet in 3-man apt.
2 blks. from campus. Immed occu-
pancy Air cond., furn. $66/mo. 662-
ROOMMATE NEEDED-To share mod.
apt. with 2 med. students, 1 grad,
1 undergrad. 410 Observatory. $46/mo.
Call 665-2757. C15
2 MALE GRADS need 3rd roommate
in comfortable house. Reasonable.
Modern 2-bedroom furnished apart-
ments with wall-to-wall carpeting,
spacious kitchens, laundry, parking,
and storage facilties. Excellent hos-
pital and campus location.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
SINGLE ROOM for man, Quiet, clean,
warm, no cooking. 723 Packard, near
1 MAN TO SHARE 2% room furn.
apt. to Aug. 20. 3 blks. from campus.
Off st. parking avail. Air-cond., pri-
vate bath Call 761-5775 after 6 p.m.
NEEDED-1 Roommate, male. Mod, apt.
BOARDERS WANTED-Male or female.
Michigan cooperative. 315 N. State.
LOADED WITH GOODIES
2 BDRM. 4-man apt. Campus and
hosp. location. NO 3-9373. Eves., NO
4TH GIRL for small room in house.
SUBLET WINTER and/or summer. 1-
man in luxury bi-level apt. Call
4TH MAN NEEDED this term. New bi-
levei, free parking. $60/mo. Hill off
State. Call 769-5827. C25
NEWLY REMODELED school house, 10
miles U. of M. 2 bdrm. $100/mo. un-
furn. 474-4630. C26
ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE-Own room.
Four-man house. 761-7122. C19
TWO PRIVATE ROOMS for men. Quiet
and linens. Parking spaces. 761-4477.
1328 Geddes. C20
ROOMMATES - 2 GIRLS wanted for
spacious 4-man. All conveniences. 3
blks. from campus. 761-5958. C23
for the finest in campus Apartments
Modern 2-bedroom apartments with
brand new furnishings, drapes, and
wall-to-wall carpeting. Parking, stor-
age, and laundry facilities.
Also unfurnished 2-bedroom sub-
let, less than a mile from campus.
Spacious and modern with stove,
refrigerator. and disposal included.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new and
used. Lessons, repairs. 209 S. State.
665-8001. 10 a.m.-7 p.m X
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
LUXURIOUS 4-Man for Summer Sub-
let-Air conditioned, two bedroom,
11/2 baths. Located in the beautiful
Tradewinds Apts., 121 E. Hoover, No.
14. (Commuter bus stops every 10
minutes across the street). $50/man.
Call 769-0839. UD
DISSERTATIONS, THESES, TERM PA-
PERS; use correct-o-tape for unlim-
ited erasures on your original and
yet be assured of perfect copies by
Xeroxing your copies on the new
Xerox 2400 Duplicator. Cost per copy
is only 8c. We supply 20 wgt. copy
paper free. Immediate service. Dis-
count Photocopy Service, 1217 S. Uni-
versity. 769-0560. J2}
DON'T TSK IT .. .
Typing-theses and term papers our
specialty; IBM typewriters; execu-
tive type and justified copy avail-_
Composition & Art Work
Stuffing, mailing & addressing
(Pick-up and Delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director'
BABY-SITTING in my home on cam-
pus for student mothers. 50c/hour.
Weddings, parties, candid and formal
portraits. Professional quality at stu-
dent rates. Call 769-3531 days, 769-
0868 evenings. J1
CARS TO CALIF. Drive yourself. Must
be 21 or older. Joe Sonc Auto Sales,
TO 5-5700, 18018 Woodward, Detroit.
UNCOVERED? Enroll in SGC's Student
Health Insurance. Call Sue, 663-0661.
1548 SAB. Fll
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
Inc., Box 231, Ann Arbor. F
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE1
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
LITTLE NUT (female) desires resource-
ful male companion. Must be crazy,
brilliant, beautiful, and have quite
long, preferably red hair. 764-5929. F13
ATTENTION - All subscribers to The1
Michigan Daily in the State, Pack-
ard, Hoover Sts. area can still send
Christmas tips to their carrier at
2104 Dorset Rd. FD
POETRY WANTED for Anthology.
Idlewild Publishers, 543 Frederick,
San Francisco, Calif. 94117. F
WILL XEROX 100 copies of your orig-
inal for $3.00 in three minutes. Over
100 at 3c per copy. Discount Photo-
copy Service, right next to Univ.
Towers, 769-0560. F3
VIRGIL FOX organ concert. Ann Arbor
High School, Sunday, Jan. 7, 8:001
Ip m. $75,000 custom organ. Main
floor, $4 00, balcony, $3.00. F6
SPEAK French, Save Money, Live
Comfortably. FORM MEN'S LANG.
CO-OP. CALL JOHN, 764-2634. Fl
MALE ROOMMATES WANTED for spa-
cious four-man. Bi-level, air-cond.
$65.00/month, excellent location. For
next year, Aug. '68-Aug. '69. Call 769-
IF YOU CALL your father Mr. Charlie,
join the John Brown Clubs. FE
MUSIC by the West Wind Drift. Avail-
able now. Call 665-9893. F21
PETITIONING NOW FOR
PETITIONING DUE JAN, 16
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A H APPENING
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.,
9-4; Wed. 1-7 (18-21 years old need
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set! Xerox
them instead at only 8c a page. At
Discount Photocopy, right next to
U. Towers. F4
FRED NEWMAN-I find that the sub-
ject matter of Physics 126 is Elec-
Light. If electrical power is measured
in electron volts, is a million or even
a Billion Electron Volts out of the
question?-The Moustached Starer.
PIERCED EARRINGS FOR SALE
Many types, colors, inexpensive, greatj
presents. Call Barbara, 764-5988. FA!
WARNING! The Moustached Starer will
be aided and abetted in all future
machinations by his comrade in arms
The Grand Moustache. FA
SHERUT LA'AM, VIP
Needed people who ever participated in
those programs in Israel. To help
others to have that experience. Call'
665-4925 after 6 p.m. F7'
Presbyterian Campus Center
'TIS DONE, the foul dead is done..
With the help of a case of beer, APT,
208 is clean again. Hura y for drunk-
enness and sanitation, in that order,
WHY MESS with carbons, erasures,
smudges? Xerox your papers and re-
ports at only 8c/copy. Discount
Photocopy, right next to University
MAKE a spectacle of yourself. Be a
DANCING GIRL for WINTER WEEK-
END. Tryouts Tuesday, Jan. 9, 8-10
p n., Rm 3A Union. F8
WANTED-Folk guitar instructor for
slightly proficient student. Call Judy.
764-1747, between 4-7 p.m. F
TIRED of being an uptight honkie?
Remember, color is an accident of
birth. Join the John Brown Clubs,
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
310 E. Washington
Save $1.00 with this ad
EXPERT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For "GUYS and GALS"
FIRST IN ANN ARBOR
LEVI'S STA PREST $6.50
"NUVO" HOPSACK $7.50
LEVI's Superslims $4.98
LEVI's Dungarees $5.25
BUTTON LEVI'S! $4.79
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
WOOL CPO SHIRTS $7.95
OPEN MON. & FRI. NIGHTS
122 E. WASHINGTON
DRUGS AND YOUTH CULTURE
Implications of a Turned-On Society
EDGAR Z. FRI EDENBERG-(Author: The Vanishing Adolescent,
The Dignity of Youth and Other Atavisms)
DR. JOHN POLLARD-Prof. of Psychiatry, Mental Health Research Institute
MR. HAROLD ROTHWAX-New York Lawyer, Mobilization for Youth, Inc.
JOHN SINCLAIR-Trans-Love Energies, Inc.
DR. JEROME JAFFE-Prof. of Pharmacology, University of Chicago
MC5 Rock Band Concert-Aud itorium A
MONDAY, JAN. 8 at 4:15 P.M.
DRUG USE AND ABUSE: Medical and Biochemical Aspects
DR. JEROME JAFFE-Prof. of Pharmacology, Univ. of Chicago Medical School
DR. HERBERT RASKIN-Detroit Psychiatrist
DRUGS AND THE LAW: Legal Restrictions and Outlook
MR. HAROLD ROTHWAX-New York Attorney, Mobilization for Youth
SENATOR ROGER CRAIG-Michigan State Senator who has introduced a bill
to liberalize the current Marijuana laws in the state
MR. ROSS ELLIS-Treasury Department, Bureau of Narcotics
MR. DONALD SCHNETTLER-Bureau of Drug Abuse Control
DRUGS AND PERSONALITY CHANGE:
PROF. DAVID GUTMANN-Prof. of Psychology, Univ. of Michigan
DR. JOHN POLLARD-Prof. of Psychiatry, Univ. of Michigan
PROF. MORTON SHAEVITZ-Prof. of Psychology, U of M, Office of Counselling
DRUGS, AESTHETICS, AND THE ARTIST
DR. CHARLES SCHUSTER-Prof. of Pharmacology, Univ. of Michigan