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Thursday, March 28, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

lContinued from Prom 6)
PERSONAL

*EiII&OY

WOULD YOU BELIEVE well-located
apartments with fast maintenance,
8-mo. leases, and friendly manage-
ment? Call The Ambassador Co. at
761-7982 between 1 and 5. Other
times, 761-3920. F45
BASK IN THE SUN
Summer sublet. 1st half, 2nd half,
both. 2 bdrm. 4-man, air-cond., sun
roof. 2 bks. from campus 665-04531
F44
WHAT HAPPENED to the Unicorn in
the OVERFLOW? Diag sales-Mo.
thru Wed. F42
QVERFLOW magazine - get your copy
on the Diag-used in some classes.
F43
VINS DE FRANCE is sponsoring a
round-trip flight to Europe, July -
Aug. 31, $306. For details call 761-
4146. F46
ROUND TRIP N.Y.-London, Paris-N.Y.
May 12-Aug. 13. 764-3243. F39
NOTICE: BOB E.
1 WANTED: Male with previous camp
counseling experience who likes kids,
snow, and practical jokes, and is an
all-around great guy.
-Just Passing Through F34
Petitioning for JOINT JUDICIARY
COUNCIL. Now through April 3.'
F40
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195
F
SUMMER IN EUROPE-Must sell one
ticket-on UAC Flight No. 3, May 3 to
August 4. Willing to go down from
$230. Call Hank Grix at 764-3682 or
764-0562. FF
ANDREA GOODMAN:
It was revealed to the Daily late
Snuday night that your parents will
rendezvous with you at 7:30 p.m. this
Friday at the agreed location. They
declined to make further comment
save for t.e strict admonition, "Be
there."
the one-man crowd
FF
gestalt, gestalt,
who's got the gestalt?
tine and mood respect no man
but come upon him as they will
life is the game of playing
with the time and the mood
-the partial derivative
FB
GIRLS:, Have problems?
Want a shoulder to cry on?
Call 769-5833. FE
STEVEN A. DAVIDSON
of the Business School should now
be formally referred to as "Buddy
Business".
S.N. FF
rOY AVAILABLE at all times, for any
bpurpose. Call 7642785-ask for "THE
KID" FA
PARIS
July 30-Aug. 30 $306
Call 761-4146 for details
VINS de FRANCE
F37
NOW THAT I have her complete at-
tention, I must announce to the
world that Susan Lerner's big day is
only 5 away! FD
Petitioning for JOINT JUDICIARY
COUNCIL. Now through April 3.
F39
DAILY HAPPENINGS
4 ' Levin: No, Roger, I certainly haven't
forgotten the incorporation plan. I
think it would be the ideal thing.
But, Roger, baby, you know you just
have to do what's most expedient
sometimes and sacrifice the ideal.
FF
BARBARA B.:
Have a cramp. Good luck in Princess
Ida this week-remember I'll be in
the audience watching your love
scenes.
-Immelberg FE

PERSONAL
The snack treat that is sweeping the
country is now available in Ann
Arbor,
MEXICAN TACOS HAVE ARRIVED!
Each Taco consists of:
* Mexican tortilla, cooked on the
premises.
Shredded lettuce.
* Tomato
* Cheddar Cheese
* Mildly "hot" taco sauce
Only 25 cents each, at "Anjie's" Sa-
tellite Restaurant, S. Forest and S.
University (at University Towers).
Open 'till 1 a.m. every night
(Why pay $2.50 for another tired piz-
za when the same amount can get
you 10 fantastic tacos?) F31
PARTY at HANK'S Saturday night. All
friends call 761-8438. FE
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST in diamonds
- reasonably priced! Austin Dia-
mond - 1209 S. University - 663-
7151. F
TIME for your spring cleaning - Take
a sauna. Ann Arbor Gymkhana. 662-
9200, 1-10 p.m. F49
NEW GIRL in town desires to share
lox-bagels, blintzes, or chicken
noodle soup - just like Mother's
with nice Jewish grad. student, staff
member, etc. If interested, write P.
O. Box 233. F2
DEAR ALGONQUIN MAD MARKS-
MEN, Thank you for bringing spring a
little closer to our hearts. Now we
don't have to open our hearts. Now
we don't have to open our win-
dows to feel the gentle spring breeze
or pattering rain. Thoreau would be
proud of you.
Your "loving" Stockwell friends. FF

WANTED-4 bedroom house for fall
occupancy. Call 761-2798 or 761-9599.
L4
DR. WOLOWITZ-Do you believe that
to love Wayne, I must love his goril-
la? Moo. Psych 555. F22
LOST! One pair of brown glasses in
a black leather snap case. Lost in
the vicinity of Couzens and Alice
Lloyd. If found, call 764-5078. FF
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK -- AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon.. Tues., Thurs., Fri..
9-4: Wed. 1-7 (18-21 years old need
parent's permission.
483-1894
404 W. Michigan. Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blood Center
P
Petitioning for JOINT JUDICIARY
COUNCIL. Now through April 3.
F38
EUROPE 9 WEEKS, 12 Countries, $999.
Call STUDENTOURS, 764-0819. F27
SERVICES-Joint study programs, co-
operative -coeducational only. Call
Joe or John at 663-5817. F32
NEED 2-MAN APT. .t '68-'69. If you
know of a good one call 764-5948.
We'll pay you $10. if we rent it. F46
DON'T LEND HIM YOURNOTES: he
might lose the whole set. Xerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations:
S. Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. F17
POETRY WANTED for Anthology.
Idlewild Publishers, 543 Frederick,
San Francisco, Calif. 94117. F
PETITION CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
Volunteers urgently needed to staff
New Politics Party H.Q.'s. Call 761-
0059, Nat Burnett. F7
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Zerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations.
WHO IS' ANDRE KOLE?

PERSONAL

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
JUST WHAT YOU NEED-a beautiful
1967 Honda Super Hawk; great shape.
stored indoors through winter. $475
takes it home. Call 769-2009. ZB
'67 HONDA 305 Scrambler. Must sac-
rifice as Uncle Sam beckons. 761-
9773. Z4
WANTED-Cycle, 441cc to 650cc. Will
buy or trade my 1967 Yamaha. Call
764-4646. Z5
HONDA '50'
Great shape; must sell
$100 or best offer
761-7403
Z50
YAMAHA 80 Super Sport. Excellent
condition, 1967. Must sell, fantastic
deal. 761-6564. Z2
BLACK POWER-1966 Suzuki 150. Ex-
cellent condition, stored inside all
winter. Must sell-will accept best
offer. 761-6935. Zi
Move up to
The Bold World of BSA
Service and parts is our business
We service all makes
J & J Cycle Sales
1166 Ecorse Rd., Ypsi. 483-6367
Z3
HONDA CB92, 125 cc., many extras.
Good cond. $250. 769-0236. Z47
HUGE INVENTORY arriving April. Get
your name on the list. Downtown
Honda, 211 E. Ann, 665-8637. Z42
1965 LAMBRETTA scooter, good cond.
$175. Call Mike, 761-6541. Z43
NOTICE!
HONDA 450 SCRAMBLER Wildcat and
NORTON (RANGER) now at HONDA
of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard at Platt.
971-4500. Z44
CYCLE INSURANCE - New, reduced
rates as low as $18 for liability in-
surance. Renwick Insurance, 437-2403,
Z45
HONDA 305 Scrambler, 3000 miles. Steve
Goldberger, 763-0717. Z46
1967 KAWASAKI 250 street scram-
bler. New cond. Warranty. $650/best
offer. 769-5917. Z48

HELP WANTED
NURSERY TEACHER
Mornings, begin Fall, 1968. Experience
preferred. Mother Goose Co-op, 1679
Broadway. Call 668-9887. H42
WILL PAY $2.50/hr. to subjects for
psych experiment. 761-9773. H41
WANTED-Male student to assist prof.
in wheelchair in return for room
and board. Phone 761-9034 after 5.
H44
COMPUTER programs won't run! Need
tutorial assistance in writing my
intro. data processing programs (For-
tran) Phone 761-3420. H42
IMMEDIATE full-time position for
sales. 37%2 hr., 5 day week, benefits.
NO 2-1267. Collin Shop, State and
Liberty. H40
SECRETARIAL-CLERK TYPIST. Long
and short term temporary positions.
45 w.p.m. typing. Minimum $1.90 per
hour depending on experience and
skills. Contact U of M Part-Time
Employment Office, 2200 SAB, 764-
7283. H37
NEAT YOUNG LADY who is seeking to
earn spending money by helping to
serve for an open house Sun., Mar,
31. Call 769-1320. H38
USED CARS
1966 MG Midget red with wire wheels.
Has had recent major tuneup. Call
761-8686. N40
FOR SALE - 1965 Corvair. Peppy,
handsome, economical. Excellent con-
dition. Call 769-3680 . N43
JAGUAR X-K 150, 1959 black, con-
vertible, 55,000 miles, new clutch,
good cond., $600. Call 662-6969. N44
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, 1965 BRG,
price negotiable. 769-0017. N42
1959 TR-3-New transmission, paint
job, and tires. Excellent cond. Call
483-6100, ext. 2694. N34
HEY STUD-1960 PEUGOT - 60,000 mi.
engine in real good cond. Best offer.
761-3187 - Buzzy. N33
1968 DATSUN 1600 Roadster conv., less
than yr. old, great car, great condi-
tion. 769-0107. N26
VW GREEN SEDAN, 1965. One owner.
Complete service record. Radio, snow
tires, ski rack. Excellent condition,
33,000 miles. $1200. Call 761-8513. N30
PONTIAC TEMPEST Le MANS, 1966,
overhead cam 6 sprint sport coupe.
4-speed positraction, wide-rim rally
wheels tac., radio, and other extras.
Excellent cond. 665-2461. N32
GOING EAST...
West, South, North?
Drive Economically
1965 VOLVO
122S
Two-Door
$1274.88
HENDERSON FORD CITY
2245 West Stadium
665-0871
N39
FOR THE BEST DEAL
New or used cars ant trucks
ROY A. ASHMALL
Henderson Ford, 665-0871
N41

USED CARS
AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 - 1960, good
cond., many extras and new accesso-
ries. Call 769-2228. N37
TRIUMPH GT6, 1967, 5500 miles, 6 mo.
old, warranty still active. $2200. 769-
0164. N36
FOR SALE -- 1964 Triumph Spitfire,
Red, 5 new tires, new exhaust and
electrical systems, body in excellent
shape, needs tune up and shocks.
$600 or best offer. Call Sue after 6:00.
769-0719 or 769-3517. NP
1967 SUNBEAM Alpine convertible, low
mileage, call 662-9513, evenings and
weekends. N31
1963 BUICK SKYLARK convertible,
V-8 engine, automatic transmission,
power steering, new tires, radio, snow
tires. 1 owner, $995. Call George, 665-
2886. N29
FOR SALE
1967 Austin Healey, MK III, -BRG,
R&H, convert., low mileage, over-
drive. Priced low, muist sell. 668-9478.
Ask for Wayne in 3. N12
PORSCHE 912, 1966 green, 5-speed,
radial ply tires, AM-FM, ski rack,
driving lights, 31,000 miles. $3100,
owner relocating. 965-3000 Don Lucas
Delta Air Lines, Detroit. NI15
BLUE 1965 VW, good condition. Call
763-1649. N19
MERCEDES 60 2205 dark gray AM-FM
radio, leather interior. $550, MI 7-
1098. N35
KLI NGLER-WARNER
PONTIAC
1966 Ford Galaxy, 4 speed .... $1895
1965 Pontiac LeMans, auto. .. $1495
1963 Volkswagen ............. $735
1964 Valiant..................$795
1965 Comet, auto...........$1065
OPEN MON., TUES., &
THURS. EVE. TILL 9
2345 Jackson Ave.
665-8896
N38
olunteers needed
to help elect
MAX SHAIN
DEMOCRAT
CITY COUNCIL
3rd Ward

PHOTO SUPPLIES
COMMON POLLEX 1.4 LENS
opening, 50mm lens, case.
$150.00 or offer.
Call Frank Follis 761-6683
DF
SUPER-TAKUMAR LENS 135mm. F3.5
Case, hood. 761-3812. D23
ZOOM LENS!
Be at your psychedelic best when youl
shoot your next pictures. Don't be
caught with your lens off when the
action's hot. Rokunar lens: 55-90mm
zoom, 7. Brand new. $75. Andy, 764-
0552. 761-8472. DC
Join The Daily Staff
Enjoy Yourself

MISCELLANEOUS
BIBLE STUDY
FOREIGN AND OTHER STUDENTS
Quiet talks on the essential teachings
of Christ. Participate informally in
Bible readings and discussions. We
meet in a small private basement apt.
near campus. Coffee and cookies, Sat-
urday nights starting Feb. 3, 8:00 p.m.
at 1243 Washtenaw. Apt. 1 (opposite
Univ, Chapel). Phone 663-5659. M9
New Issue-OVERFLOWing with Na-
tional local literature and art. M22
100 COPIES of an original, perfectly
Xeroxed, only $3.00. 500 copies, only
$11.00, immediate service on super
speed Xerox 2400. Individual enpes
Bc per page, 6c if left overnwaht.
Copy paper supplied free. 2 conven-
vient locations. S. Univ. right next
to U. Towers, S. State right next to
Marshall's. Discount Photocopy Serv-
ice. 769-0560; 769-4252. M2

MANCIN

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MICHIGAN
MARCH 30
EVENTS BLDG.
TICKETS AT HILL
Also at Events Bldg.
F13
WMC in Germany - Only three more
months!

Love, A.

FD

EUROPE - 9-weeks, 12 countries $999.
Call STUDENT TOURS 764-0819. F47
DEAR CATHY - Happy 41 All our love,
Dave, Bonnie and Clyde, and the
grandchildren. F48
FOR SALE - Two tickets for "HELLO
DOLLY," Sunday March 31 2:00 p.m.
$3. each. Call Lynn 769-0763. FF
TIME FOR A CHANGE!!!
Vote Quenon for Council April 1. F22
WANT A CHEAP ROUND-TRIP
FLIGHT TO
I SRAEL?
Call for Uri Levitan: day - 764-8397
evening - 665-4925
F32
IS YOUR WIFE WORKING to put you
through school? Give her a digni-
fied 8 x 10 CERTIFICATE OF
ACHIEVEMENT on parchment-like
paper which honors her contribu-
tion. Only $2.00 Wilset Co., Rte. 2,
Concord, N.H. 03301. F$0
Join MICHIGAN STUDENTS
For KENNEDY
Materials soon available.
Call 761-6541 or 769-4150.
Please keep calling if the line is busy
or write to 629 S. Division, Ann Arbor
F16
LARGE, MODERN 4-MAN APT., % blk.
from Law Quid. Free parking. Air-
cond., $45/month each. Call 769-4813.
FE
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
Helps your friends today, might
help you tomorrow. $3 membership
to: ACLU, 234 State St., Detroit,
Mich. F46
HOW CAN YOU carry books in some-
thing made with 181 noles? "Filets,"
expandable.leather bags, now being
sold at Satyrn, Inc. This is "your
bag." F44

FE
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you
can now Xerox your original at only
8c per copy during business hours,
or only 6c per copy on overnight
service. 2 convenient locations, S.
Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. F18
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
Inc., Box 231. An Arbor, GL 3-0327.
BOB GREENE:
Pimp not thy neighbor, lest
pimped ye wish to be.
-A Sin FF
WANTED TO BUY
NEED 1 ticket to Europe near end of
August. Call 769-2518. K15
WANTED-Bicycle 10-speed, men's in
good or ex. cond. 761-5145. Ask for
Ike. K16
WANTED - Good used cook books
and paperbacks. Wooden Spoon
Bookstore, 200 N. Fourth after Mar.
1, open eves. and weekends. 769-
4775. K6
NEW FACULTY needs house for Aug.
'68. Prefers 3 bdrm. good condition.
Location near university and schools
(eg. Burno Park) will visit AA in
April. Principles only, please send de-
tails. J. E.aTaulor 10644 Blythe. Los
Angeles, Cal. 90064. Kl

DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
Phone 665-8637 Z
1966 TRIUMPH 500. 4,600 miles. Fan-
tastic condition. Desperate. Call 761-
8419. Z41
'67 HONDA 305 Scramble with cover
and full helmet included, $500. Call
Ken at 763-0849. Z40
HONDA 160, 1965. Excellent condition.
662-6930. Z35
'66 HONDA 160, very good cond., lug-
gage rack, 2 helmets, $300. 763-0892.
B27
1967 BMW, R60, mint condition, $1150.
761-4918. Z37
1964 HONDA 90, rebuilt engine, cheap.
John, 761-7383 after 10:30 p.m. Z29
1952 BMW, 600 c.c., very good cond.,
call after 6. 769-5159. Z28
1966 HONDA 150
less than 3400 miles
like-new condition
new 12000 R.P.M. tackometer
plus 2 Buco helmets. ph. 665-3889
ZA
CEREANI FRONT FORKS for 650 Tri-
umph. Like New. NO 3-0338. F
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
RICKENBACKER electric Byrd, 12-
string guitar, with case $300. Fender,
jazz master electric guitar with case
$200. Fender concert amp. 4-ten-inch
speakers with cover, $200. Call
Ken at 763-0849. ' X35
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY. Small
ampeg tremelo amplifier.. Excellent
condition, $35. Also an upright piano,
microphone stand and mixer. Old
rock-and-roll albums, $1.50 each. Call
761-2802 late evenings. X14
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions - 209 S. State. 665-8001
XF

TEAM TEACHING
NON-GRADEDNESS
WANTED!!I.
Outstanding teacher candidates who are interested in team teaching,
non-gradedness and individualization of instruction. Teach in a for-
ward looking, rapidly growing, Dayton, Ohio suburban district. Ele-
mentary and secondary certified teachers will teach in open space,
fully carpeted, air conditioned middle schools which are a part of
one of Ohio's and the nation's leading school districts. Interviewing
on this campus Monday, April 1, 1968.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION
For the first time and
just in time for you,
diamond rnogs ore blossoming into
something as fresh and extraordinary
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guarantee the value of your diamond
forever, they give you a lifetime of
ree professional cleaning and servicing,
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new designs, delicately cradled in 18K gold,
Engagement ring,.
Wedding ring,
ON so. um*YcRS I TY

Calf
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668-6488
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971-3615

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"The Lawyer and The Ghetto"
FILM and TALK

6""' tl .ir

with

Chris Cohen, Lawyer
Chicago Legal Aid
TONIGHT (Mar. 29) 7:30 P.M. Rm. 25 Angell Hall

t*iig errr urtYr"fsr'f'
A?'t4 APlSO.,, .4gci ba

NEW FACULTY needs house for Aug.
'68. Prefers 3 bdrm., good condition.
Location near unversity and schools
(eg Burns Park). Will visit AA in
April. Principles only, please send
details. J. E. Taylor, 10644 Blythe,
Los Angeles, Cal. 90064. K13

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NOTICE!

UNION FLIGHT NO. 3
$230, 662-0309.

Starts Wed., April 10,8:30 p. m.
April 10th Performance Sold Out
An epic drama of
adventure and exploration!

May-August.
G32

ALL CAMPUS

PLAY OF THE MONTH SUBSCRIBERS
Subscribers to the Professional Theatre Program Play of the
Month series are reminded that they should use series tickets
dated Jan. 15 for the matinee performance of "Hello, Dolly!"
at 2:30 P.M., March 31. Tickets dated Jan. 16 should be used
for the "Hello, Dolly!" evening performance at 8:30 P.M., March
31.
--Professional Theatre Program

MIXER

TONIGHT:

9-12 P.M.

MARKLEY HALL
Featuring the
LONDON FOG

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Girls-Free

Guys-75C

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(following special Sabbath Service)

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ONLY 4;15 P.M. Aud. 'B,' ANGELL HALL
LSD -LECTURE and FILM
"The Spring Grove Experiment
DR. WALTER PAHNKE, Chief Research Psychia--
trist, Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, will
discuss clinical psychiatric research investigating
the medical and psychiatric therapeutic uses of
LSD. He will discuss the relevance of LSD to re-.°
ligious and mystical experiences and review some¢'>
basic material about psychedelic drugs describing
the varieties of psychological experiences which
these drugs can facilitate. In addition he will re-

MGM PRESENTS A STANLEY KUBRICK PRODUCTION
2001:
a spaceodyssey

ADDRESS AT 9:00 P.M. BY

Professor of English

DAVID MOVSKY ...................................... President
GIGI GOLDIN ..... ......................... Cultural Vice President
PEPPY GOLDSTEIN ...........................Social Vice President
DORIS SELIGSON .......................... Religious Vice President
MAR ILYN Z IFF ...... ................................Secretary
BRIAN ZEMACH .....................................Treasurer

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