FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1967
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Ads that are of 1 ?12, 21/2, 31/, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
FEMALE APARTMENT MATE needed.
Great location near campus. We have
air cond., dishwasher, excellent park-
ing and complete furnishings! Im-
mediate occupancy! Contact Pat or
Barbara. 662-6731 anytime. Cil
GIRL WANTED to share apt. near
campus; 764-3474, ask for Judy, 11-4.
ATTRACTIVE 1 BDRM. apt., cedar
paneled living rm. 331 S. Division.
Oct. 21-August, $110. Call 663-1896.
ATTRACTIVE 1 BEDROOM, bi-level, 2
blocks from campus, furnished, free
parking laundry facilities. The Col-
ony 731 Packard near State.
SEVERAL LOCATIONS - CAMPUS -
MEDICAL CENTER - DOWNTOWN.
ALL NEW MODERN BUILDINGS
WITH COMPLETE GENERAL ELEC-
TRIC KITCHENS AND AIR-CONDI-
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
3 Man, 2 Bedroom Apt.
A beautiful 1 bedroom apt. ideal for
2 persons or perfect for married
1038 S. Main
AUTO INSURANCE l
Cancelled or declined, military, locall
or out of state. Quick insurance cer-
Autos or motorcycles (including
Lowest rates with budget terms.
E. HAMWAY AGENCY
1-227-6817 (Brighton) or
1-274-0800 (Dearborn) ;
9090 Church, Suite E
Ann Arbor, Mich, 48104
DON'T TSK IT.. .
TYPING-Theses and Term Papers
our specialty: IBM typewriters;
executive type and justified copy
TRANSCRIPTION - Medical Tech-
nical, Business; Conferences.
COMPOSITION & ART WORK
STUFFING, MAILING & ADDRESS-
(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
Marilynn L. Keith, Director
Hopes for the Best.
SIGMA KAPPA will attest that the
Teke's fire engine is the fastest in
Ann Arbor. F19
WE HEAR THE Teke's put out the
flaming Sigma Kappa House. Get
the picture? F20
OH, FOR SHAME; the downfall of so
many who fell prey to raw carrots
and statistical analysis. The Gestalt.
HOMECOMING TICKETS, 2 together
on 45 yd. line, First $10 takes. 769-
5498 evenings. FD
DOES LISTENING to baseball games
wear you out? Would you rather eat
than talk on the phone? Do you ap-
preciate apple pie? If you can ans-
wer all of these questions with an
affirmative answer, then you must
be crazy or else Sam.
be crazy or else Sam. F
SUKKOT-HOMECOMING SERVICE -
this Friday at 7:15 P.M. All Alumni
and parents are invited to attend
and join us in a reception in the
Hillel Sukka. 1429 Hill Street. Hi
HE'S IN HIS OWN BAG (lunch bag?)
He feeds at CANTERBURY HOUSE.
Open all day-10 a.m.-5 p.m. F13
WASHINGTON MOBILIZATION, buses
loading at 7:15 p.m., Oct. 20, on
Thompson Street between Jefferson
and Madison. P14
WANTED-FRESHMAN GIRL who likes
raw carrots, small dogs, Carl Orff
and E E. majors. Call Wes, 763-0820.
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195
WANTED! Jobs for Explorer post no.
150. Call NO 2-5340. We are interested
in any kind of large-scale group
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 SEVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
GOLLY GEE-It's almost been a whole
4TH GIRL NEEDED for Winter tri-
mester-Modern, furnished, $75. 1001
E. University. 761-3401. FF
YOUR work's piled up and don't know
what to do? Let Professional Service
Associates do it for you!
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231 Ann Arbor. GL 3-0327.
APT. 208. Ch. IV-"Why have I been
standing on the balcony in my un-
derwear, throwing beer bottles at the
garbage cans? Because they're there!
Come on, let's get some doughnuts,
it's only 4:30 a.m." FF
WHY MESS WITH carbons, erasures,
smudges? Xerox your papers and re-
ports at only8c/copy. Discount Pho-
tocopy, right next to University
WHAT IN THE world's going on in
Ann Arbor? Find it all in the
Swinger's Guide, At book at drug
stores or send 69c to Swinger's
Guide. 11357 N. Shore Dr., Whitmore
Lake, Mich. F45
CHARTER FLIGHT to Europe via DC-
8 jet. Round trip, Detroit-Amster-
dam. Limited number of seats avail-
able. June 24-July 22. Call 769-4275
after 12 noon. F23
1965 CUSTOM HONDA 305cc. Scram-
bler, bronze metal flake. $450. 663-
HAVE DECIDED TO INVEST in capi-
tal expenditures. $25 for a ring-
adding genuine English bicycle. $60
for record player or hi-fi. Call Walt
at 769-1183 between midnight and
10 in the morning. FB
HAVING Landlord Problems? - Call
Student Rental Union, SGC, 764-3174
Mon.-Fri., 2-5 p.m. F13
$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 8 a page. At
Discount Photocopy, right next to U.
WANTED-Mail-order bride for Yu-
kon gold miner, age 25. Write Meid-
inger, Dawson City P.O., Yukon Ter-
ritory, Canada or contact Dan, 761-
9032, for details. FC
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that you check your ad and
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error to our attention. Thank
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1966 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE,
mileage, $900. 761-8950.
310 E. Washington
1965 HONDA, S90, ex. cond., 1700
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Suede jacket at Phi Delta Phi
House Saturday night. Call 662-0286.
FOUND: Student Football tickets. Call
Betsy, 761-6390 to identify section.
LOST-One man's watch at Wines
Field. Silver with black band. Call
LOST - 3-legged German Shepard,
small. Please call 761-1931! A39
1952 DODGE Meadowbrook sedan, flat-
head six, fluid drive. manual 3
speed, radio 4 track stereo 0pe sys-
tem new tires, no rust, runs well.
dependable transmission. $450. Wit'L-
out tape system $350. 662-3952 after
7 p.m. N14
1961 FIAT ARBARTH. 26,000 miles.
Aluminum body, new tires, mechan-
ically sound, body good. Asking $600.
533 Elizabeth, Apt. 3. 761-9129, after
7p m C6
FOR SALE-1963 Triumph, TR3, blue.
must sell. Call 971-2557. Nil
J. REMEMBER FISHBOWL SATS.
11:30 a.m. Please call 663-9631. R.
J. REMEMBER Fishbowl Sats. 11:30
a.m. Please call 663-9631. T
NEED RIDE TO MIA\MI UNIV., Oxford,
Ohio, Friday, Oct. 27 return Oct. 29.
GIRL LOOKING FOR RIDE to Chicago
area. Leave Friday Oct. 27, 8 p.m.
Call 764-3817. G2
MODERN, 1-BEDROOM, furnished for
1 or 2. Large paneled, neat, campus.
Available Dec. 22. $125 per mo. 761-
3811 or 663-7181 after 49:30. 010
NEED APARTMENT-MATE for quiet,
modern, 2-story, central air cond.
Have own bedroom walk to campus.
$75 per mo. Call Tom evngs. 761-
UNIVERSITY MARRIED STUDENTS
APTS. Imnediate openings for effi-
ciency apts. $95 mo., furn., includes
all utilities. Located at University
Terrace and North Campus. 662-3160.
One female - Private single bedroom
in 2-man! Great location just behind
Law Quad on Monroe. Nice apt. in
former house. Very reasonable. Call
769-3736 between 5-7 p.m. C4
Check the Embassy Hotels for accom-
modations. Moderately priced. 4th and
Huron, or call 662-7100. C5
SUBLET-Girl roommate wanted to
share furnished apt. Chatham Vill.
Call 761-5593 after 5 p.m. C6
BABYSITTER during baby's nap time,
Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m. Campus vi-
cinity. 662-4058. C48
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED-2-man
apt. near campus. $62.50 mo. No
lease. 761-3190 between 5-7 p.m. C9
TWO MEN NEED third roommate for
reg. 4-man apt. 769-4936. C8
SUBLET-Winter term. Modern 3-man
apt. 2 bedrooms. Call 769-0642. C7
FOURTH MAN needed as soon as pos-
sible at convenient bi-level. Close
to campus. 769-5463. CF
THIRD ROOMMATE wanted for Win-
ter term. $60/mo. Jan.-April. Call
668-6621. 1042 S. Main, Ann Arbor.
IMMEDIATE Occupancy - Female! Lg.
room, share kitchen and bath. Octo-
berrent free. 901 Packard. Call 663-
Has Genuine LEVI's Gal .,:
For "Guys and Gals"
Pure White and 4 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.57
k I LEVI'S flnanrpp-$5.25
Call 761-2265 or 761-8055
TWO MAN APTS.
Perfect for married couple.
Evenings 5-7 p.m.
2200 Fuller Road
Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished and
unfurnished. Free bus transportation.
Air-cond., ample parking, pool. Rec.
room, Restaurant, Lounge. 2, 3, or 4
man apts. available.
Rentals from $135.00
NEW BUILDING FOR FALL RENTAL.
Luxury units located 5 minutes
0 2 bedroom apartments
r central air-conditioning
* private parking
* laundry and storage facilities
* completely and exquisitly
A Building Built for
Priced for Students
We will place students individually
and assist you in getting roommates.
We will also give you every aid in
our free summer sublet service.
761- 88 or 665-4480
Summit Associates-761-8055. C6
WANTED TO RENT
MARRIED COUPLE want to rent apt.
Jan.-April. Furnished or unfurnish-
ed. 764-6896. LB
TYPING - Theses, dissertations, term
papers, manuscripts, etc. 453-2981.
WANTED - TO EXCHANGE: 2
tickets for SHOW-OFF, Sunday
tinee, Oct. 29, in exchange for
other date Please call 761-4615
ask for Janey or Judi.
GRADUATING-Must sell Honda 150, I
new engine. $175. 761-3648. Z34
1966 YAMAKA 80. Ex. cond. 761-6564. Z
1965 HONDA CB- 160 Scrambling ac-
cessories. Very good condition. Ex-
tremely reasonable. 769-2249. Z18
'65 HONDA SUPER HAWK. Must sell.
Call 663-7927. Z36
1966 HONDA SUPER HAWK. Ex. cond.
Extras. Best offer, 761-9283. Z37
HONDA$S-90. Bored. Camed. Scram-
bler. $225. Call 769-0236. Z2
Only $156.68 Total
Trade in your bicycle or shoes on a
Honda, helmet, insurance package.
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
Campus transportation specialists.
SPEED GRAFLEX with Roll Back Pen-
tax Hi and 2(0mm Lens. 662-7113. DC1
WANTED TO BUY
$50 REWARD for Wayne Walker stampf
in Standard's Super-pro Contest.
Call 1-862-2535. K25
STUDENT RATES on Time, Newsweek,
Sports Illustrated and 40 others, 8
mos. and 1 yr. subscriptions-at 1,2 reg-
ular subscription price. Call Student
Periodical Agency, 769-0030, between
7 and 9 p.m. J48
TYPING Electric IBM.uw/carbon rib-
bon. Neat papers, quality guaran-
teed. 761-2428. J44t
Weddings, portraits, and parties. Stu-
dent rates. Call 769-0868 aft. 6 J28
FRENCH TUTORING by a native grad-
uate from La Sordonne. Prefer in
my home. Call 761-8565. Mil
STUDENT-MOTHER wishes to trade
baby-sitting during day. I have 2
girls, 3 and 4, and classes on MWF
mornings. Margaret Geers (Brighton)
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Friday the 13th, dark glasses
prescription lenses, tortoise shell
frames. Reward; return to Uldall,
178 Frieze Bldg. (basement). A19
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
instructions-209 S. State. 665-8001
FOR SALE: Electric guitars in mint
condition. Rickerbacker 12 string.
$375 value. Vox B Vox Bobcat 6
string, with mute and hand tremolo
2 pick-ups. $425 value. (also Heath
60 watt amp with tremolo and re-
verb. $300 value). Will accept best
offer. Call Mike at 769-0015. X27
Full range, hand rubbed malnut and
fruitwood finish (17x13x91), 2-way
$49.95 and nup. Wide range of other
sizes. Call after 5, 662-0931, all day
1959 RAMBLER - 6-cylinder standard
transmission, clean. $150. 426-3662.
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W, Washington X
A-1 New and Used Instruments
2 GREAT TICKETS, Phila. Symph.;
Sat., Oct. 21; 765-4220, 761-1069. B40
50 GOOD TICKETS for 9:30 Home-
coming Concert. Avali. at 8815 S.
Quad, Huber House, 764-2710. B41
ONE HOMECOMING game (INDIANA)
ticket for sale, Sec. 28, row 52. Call
FOR SALE: $3 ticket to Homecoming
concert. Call Dick, Tony 761-1237.
USED GOYA GUITAR, excellent con-
dition; 761-9666. B42
NEED A-FRIEND OR MASCOT?
Guaranteed friendship from gorgeous
no-odor, no-shed, male. Grab $125
and dial B.B. 278-9240 in Dearborn for
champ miniature schnauzer pup with
all shots and AKC papers. B38
FOR SALE: TWO TICKETS FOR THE
INDIANA GAME 45 yd. line side by
side. Call Ed or Dave btwn 6-7 at
1965 MGB. wire wheels, Tuonneau,
walnut steering wheel $1600. 482-
FOR SALE: 2. tickets Indiana game.
Good seats. Call Rick 761-9109. B32
HEAD VECTOR Competition Skis, 195
cm., Giant slalom, Nevada Toe; and
turntable; good cond. 761-9025. B36
SONY PORTABLE tape recorder hardly
used. 761-9025. B35
YOU DON'T have anything if you don't
have a Buescher trumpet. Get one
here. Best offer. 665-8543. B28
USED TYPEWRITERS - 1 Royal
standard 17" 1 Olympia portable
Priced for quick sale. Phone 769-
0177 after 5:30. B
OVER 500 LP's, 45's and 78's. Classical
Records Reasonable prices also tapes
of live opera performances. Call 662-
0555 after 6 o'clock. B12
WHAT IS GermanPark? If you don't
know, you DO need THE SWINGERS
GUIDE. On sale at newstands and
bookstores, or send 69c to Swingers
Guide, 11357 N. Shore Dr., Whitmore
Lake, Mich. B21
US ED CARS
1965 VW, exc cond., sun roof, new
tires, battery and muffler. Single
owner. Should give new owner trou-
ble free and cheap transp. Asking
$950. Will haggle. Call 769-2553 eve.
aft. 7:30. Anytime weekends. N15
You save more than money
with U.S. Savings Bonds
WHATEVER HAPPENED to Max Co-
hen? He's alive and hiding in the
Law Quad. PD
MARGO-What can I wear to the Glee
Club Concert on Nov. 4? Any ideas?
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST IN DIAMONDS
-reasonably priced! Austin Dia-
mond-1209 S. University-663-7151.
SAVE A Sensitive ear. Dismantle an
engine. Engines must go.
Welcome to the Big 'U'
6 HOMECOMING CONCERT tickets for
sale cheap. seven o'cuock perform-
ance. 761-6935, FE
DONNY - WOW - This is out of
sight. Thank you for being. I love
you, Cindy. FD
T. G. GAFFNEY is not going to skid
town-he has an 8-month lease at
the "Super Quad". F24
TO HELL WITH Kappas and Home-
coming Queens. I've got my beau-
Love, Junior FE
CAVETE! Coniuratores noctis rursus
iungunt! (Pucious Vivit!) F25
HELLO to Apt. 131's friends in New
Jersey. How is everything? FA
Although an early frost has killed
much of Michigan's grass, the week-
end should be enjoyable, regardless.
Fondly, Guinea PD
THOSE VICIOUS RUMORS about T. J.
Gaffney are just not true-he's real-
ly kind gentle and oh so considerate.
He's our floor manager.
The Girls on the 19th floor
FOR SALE: One Indiana-Mich. Home-
coming ticket. Very CHEAP! Call
DON'T BELIEVE anything that the
TKE's say It's not reliable. The Mi-
chigan Daily Display staff sympa-
thizes with Sigma Kappa. FC
APT. 208. Ch. VI. "You've got to be
kiddingme. Not even an engineer
would be dumb enough to use a
cocktail shaker to mix Great Shakes."
EVERYONE INTERESTED in having
a voice in Math Dept. Organization-
al Meeting Sunday, Oct. 22 at 7:30
P.M. in 414 MH. F11
WANTED: Relief from the mundane-
ness of school and life, in general.
Have you considered Europe? Attend
Mass Meeting-Flights to Europe;
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m. Union
RED MAPLE ROAD RALLY
Largest local rally of the year. Starts
9 a.m. Sunday from Arborland.
Sports Car Club of Ann Arbor. F17
WASHINGTON MOBILIZATION, buses
loading at 7:15 p.m., Oct. 20, on
Thompson Street between Jefferson
and Madison. F14
STROBE LIGHTS - 7610195
THE STUDLY GREASERS put their
M-SWEATERS (Children sizes only)
COMPLETE CAMPUS WEAR
63 - COLORS -63
Harold S. Trick
Ox C puS Mhuma
(By the author of "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!",
THERE ARE NO BAD TEACHERS;
THERE ARE ONLY BAD STUDENTS
The academic year has only just begun and already
one thing is clear: you're not ready for college.
What, then, should you do? Should you throw up your
hands and quit? I say no! I say you must attack, grapple,
cope! I say America did not become the world's leader in
motel construction and kidney transplants by running
away from a fight!
To the question then: You say you're not ready for col-
lege. You're too green, too naive. You lack maturity.
Okay, the answer is simple: get mature. How? Well
sir, to achieve maturity you need two things:
a) a probing mind;
b) a vest.
A probing mind will be quickly yours if you'll remem-
ber that education consists not of answers but of ques-
tions. Blindly accepting information and dumbly
memorizing data is high school stuff. In college you don't
just accept. You dispute, you push, you pry, you chal-
lenge. If, for instance, your physics prof says, "E equals
me squared," don't just write it down. Say to the prof,
This will show him two things:
a) Your mind is a keen, thrusting instrument.
b) You are in the wrong major.
Ask questions, questions, and more questions. That is
the essence of maturity, the heart and liver of education.
Nothing will more quickly convince the teachers that you
are of college calibre. And the tougher your questions,
the better. Come to class with queries that dart and flash,
that make unexpected sallies into uncharted territory.
Ask things which have never been asked before, like
"How tall was Nietzsche ?" and "Did the Minotaur have
ticks? If so, were they immortal?" and "How often did
Pitt the Elder shave?"
(Incidentally, you may never know the complete a
swer to Pitt the Elder's shaving habits, but of one thing
you can be positive: no matter how often he shaved and
no matter what blades he used, he never enjoyed the
shaving comfort that you do. I am assuming, of course,
that you use Personna Super Stainless Steel Blades, a
logical assumption to make when one is addressing col-
lege men-which is to say men of perspicacity, discrimi-
nation, wit, taste, cognizance, and shrewdness-for
Personna is a blade to please the perspicacious, delight
the discriminating, win the witty, tickle the tasteful,
coddle the cognizer, and shave the shrewd.
(I bring up Personna Super Stainless Steel Blades be-
cause the makers of Personna Super Stainless Steel
Blades pay me to write this column, and they are in-
clined to sulk if I omit to mention their product. I would
not like to see them unhappy, the makers of Personna,
for they are fine ruddy men, fond of morris dancing and
home brewed root beer, and they make a blade that
shaves closely and cleanly, nicklessly and hacklessly, and
is sharp and gleaming and durable and available both in
double-edge style and Injector style.
(And from these same bounteous blademakers comes
Burma-Shave, regular or menthol, a lather that out-
lathers other lathers, brother. So if you'd rather lather
better, and soak your whiskers wetter, Burma-Shave's
But I digress. We have now solved the problem of
maturity. In subsequent columns we'll take up other is-
sues, equally burning. Since 1953 when this column first
started running in your campus paper, we've tackled
PHI RHO SIGMA Medical Fraternity,
220 N. Ingalls needs kitchen help.
Call 761-6515, noon or after 5. H2
MUSIC TEACHER, part-time. Know-
ledge of Yiddish and Hebrew songs
to direct children's and adult groups.
Call 665-6853. H3
PART-TIME SECRETARY, hours flex-
ible, typing and general office duties
in elem. school, Call Tom, days, 429-
7240 or night 761-2731. H4
SUBJECTS NEEDED for Psychological
Research. Must be able to attend
Session I. 3 hours in one weekday eve-
Session II. Up to 3 hr. in one Satur-
Session III. 1 hour at a later time to
$1.30 per hour after completion of 5
to 9 hrs. to be paid following Session
III. Sign up sheerin lobby of Social
Work Annex, corner of Washington
and Thayer. F16
PARTY PHOTOGRAPHY Managership
opening immediately. $4,000 and up.
2-5 hrs. per week. Rush appropriate
resume to Blanding Photo Services,
7501 E. 51st; Kansas City, Mo. 64129.
MEAL JOBS: Call Delta Sigma Phi.
MALE-Part-time. We need a man to
cover laundry deliveries and floor
inventories, Mon.-Sat., from 8 p.m.
to 10 p.m. and a full shift Sun.
Wages $1.87 per hr. Apply employ-
ment office, St. Joseph Mercy Hos-
pital. 8-5 p.m. daily. Wed, 'til 9 p.m
TEACHER OR COACH type with lead-
ership personality. 2 years college
completed, under 30. Salary plus in-
centives. A full-time professional ca-
reer for the right man. Call 761-2130
or 453-4030 for appt. H 10
FEMALE student to live with family.
Thisis your chance,
Drink Sprite and be
Take heart. Take a dime.
Then take a bottle of Sprite
from the nearest pop
Suddenly it's in
your hand. Cold.
Biting. Tart and
and rub your hands
probably chilled to
the bone by now.)
You tear off to a
corner, alone, but
within earshot of
And then? And then? And then you unleash it.
SPRITE! It fizzesl It roars! It bubbles with
Heads turn. Whisperings. "Who's that strangely-
fascinating student with the arch smile.And what's