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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FNYW

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

557

FOR RENT
The An Arbor Fair housing Ordi-
hance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
orinination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-1400.
WANTED-One girl to share modern
4 man apt. from Jan. thru April.
Close to campus. Call 769-4880 or
769-2725. C23
ROOMMATE(S) WANTED or I will
move into your apt. Male and quiet.
Call John, 761-6409. C25
SANS SOUCI
Two Bedrooms
Luxury-Balcony, Air-Cond.
Private parking, laundry, etc.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
$180
ALSO: 1 bedroom, very spacious, same
luxury features in this same modern
building. Perfect for two.
$150

CALL 761-2265

C24

FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for
very attractive, mod. apt. close to
campus. Has studio living room,
ample storage space. Available for
immed. occupancy. 72.50 mo. Call
769-5036. C22
FOURTH GIRL NEEDED through win-
ter triniester, immediate occupancy;
modern, furnished, 1001 East Univer-
sity, $75.00. 761-3401. CA
ROOMS with privileges. 418 W. Madi-
son. C20
SINGLE ROOM FOR MAN, clean, quiet,
linens furnished. No cooking. 723
Packard near State. C18
1506 BROADWAY-1 bedroom unfur-
lished apt., wall-to-Wall carpeting,
disposal, free parking separate priv-
ate storage area laundry facilities.
Immediate occupancy. 662-7787 days.
C15
TWO-MAN 3-room furnished apt. Close
to campus. Everything but elec. 663-
6076. C16
UNIVERSITY MARRIED STUDENTS
APTS. Immediate openings for effi-
ciency apts. $95 mo., furn., includes
all utilities. Located at University
Terrace and North Campus. 662-3160.
C3
Roommates
Wanted
CALL 761-8055
C28
FURN ISHED
APARTMENTS
SEVERAL LOCATIONS - CAMPUS -
MEDICAL CENTER - DOWNTOWN.
ALL NEW MODERN BUILDINGS
WITH COMPLETE GE4ERAL ELEC-
TRIC KITCHENS AND AIR-CONDI-
TIONING.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
CALL:
Walden
Management Company
662-3358
CI
HURON TOWERS
North Campus
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
663-0800
C
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-papers, theses, discertations,
typed reasonably on an electric
typewriter. 761-7748. J2
TYPING-IBM w/carbon ribbon. Neat
quality guaranteed. 761-2428. Ji
STUDENT RATES on Time, Newsweek,
Sports Illustrated and 40 others, 8
mos. and I yr. subscriptions-at % reg-
ular subscription price. Call Student
Periodical Agency, 769-0030, between
7 and 9 p.m. J48
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gols"
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS--$4.98
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
Pure White and 4 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
LEVI JACKETS
"White" or
Denim--$7.50
LEVI'S Superslims-$4.98

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-IBM Executive. Pick up and
deliver. 663-0980. J50
AUTO INSURANCE
PROBLEMS?
Cancelled or declined, military, local
or out of state. Quick insurance cer-
tificates.
Autos or motorcycles (including
Corvettes).
Lowest rates with budget terms.
E. HAMWAY AGENCY
1-227-6817 (Brighton) or
1-274-0800 (Dearborn)
J40
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Weddings, portraits, and parties. Stu-
dent rates. Call 769-0868 aft. 6. J28
TYPING
IBM Executive. Call 426-9711.
J49
WE specialize in the following:
Complete secretarial service!
Typing, thesis, technical, medical
and term papers!
Mimeograph, offset printing,
azographing, photo copies!l
Newsletters and Bulletins!
Complete mailing and teleephone
answering services!
Clear your desk today!
Sall
ProfessionalService Associates
ASSOCIATED
DATA SERVICE
9090 Church, Suite E
Ann Arbor, Mich, 48104
J
DON'T TSK IT...
TASK IT!
TYPING-Theses and Term Papers
our specialty: IBM typewriters;
executive type and justified copy
available.
TRANSCRIPTION - Medical Tech-
nical, Business; Conferences.
PRINTING-Mimeograph, Offset.
PHOTOCOPYING
COMPOSITION & ART WORK
STUFFING, MAILING & ADDRESS-
ING
RESUMES
TELEPHONE ANSWERING
(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
J45
PERSONAL
REMEMBER:
It ain't so bad; you'll get used to it
after a while. You might even forget
that you're 21!!!
Many Happies from Geronimo & Co.
Fl
POSITION WANTED-FULL-TIME girl
friend. More information? 761-7060.
F2
THE GREAT HALLOWEEN GYMMICK
RALLY - Costume party with free
beer and band at the finish, Starts
6:45 at Arborland on Oct. 28. Sports
Car Club of Ann Arbor. F3
LEARN the facts before you buy -
there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond 1209
S. University, 663-7151. 1 F

PERSONAL
ings a week. Can provide trans. 769-
1672. H19
TYPIST-PROOFREADER
We are a growing computer firm who
needs someone to do editing and
proofreading of technical manu-
scripts as well as general office
work. Full-time only. 761-1600. H20
JUDY, section 24, seat 29-Let's find
a way to ease Michigan's grid woes
together. Interested? Call 668-7328.
Phil, Sec. 23, seat 1. F46
FLOWERS wither. Beads get lost. Love
goes bad on you. But engines go on
forever. Save a sensitive ear. Dis-
mantle an engine today.
Love, Junior FD
RIDERS WANTED-Going to Colum-
bus, Ohio, area, Fri., Oct. 27. Return
Sunday. Call Russ, 769-2006. FD
APT. 5
Wants to know.
Where has the 500th victory gone.
FE
RIDE WANTED-Two girls need ride
to Notre Dame FRIDAY, Oct. 27. Call
Karen or Marianne, 761-7349. FD
THE ONLY PERISHABLE item in our
store is your diamond engagement
ring problems. Austin Diamond, 1209.
S. University. 663-7151. F
LOVE,
Happy 2nd Anniversary
-Love, DARLING FE
DO YOU NEED a ride to the East-
North N.J.-NYC Thanksgiving recess?
Call 769-2439 be persistent. G6
IMMEDIATE NEED--Male animal care-
taker. $1.75/hr., choose own hours.
Call 764-3149 after 2. H18
BABYSITTER WANTED to accompany
gregarious 19 mo. old girl two morn-
1961 THUNDERBIRD, no rust, full
power, new tires, 46000 miles. Best
offer. 665-5310 or 668-6571. N24
1961 VOLKSWAGEN
Radio heater. Good engine. Very clean.
Excellent transportation. Best offer
over $300. 482-5211. N25
IT'S WHAT YOU RECEIVE in a dia-
mond for the price you pay that
counts - but don't pay for a store's
overhead via high mark-up. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. F
ELOON OF THETA DELTA CHI. We
need more railroad tracks in Ann
Arbor!
Phantom FF
SUNDAY! THE greatest show in Anti
Arbor. Come see Okrent's super-trio
fall at the hands of the vicious
Deitch-monster. Amdission by invi-
tation only. For invitations, call
ticket chairman Bob Hubert and
Larry Levitt at 769-2148. It may be
the onlyschance in your lifetime to
wtness such an auspicious event.
FE
APT. 208, Ch. IX. Today, in a solemn
ceremony at the Michigan Daily of-
fices, Janey Luxon cut off the Sod-
den Sage's bangs. A national day of
mourning is hereby declared. FC
CONGRATS TO Theta Delta Chi on
your first place.
Phantom FF
THE UNIVERSITY of Michigan is an
AMERICAN institution. FA
WANT TO BREAK the ice? Try Christ-
mas in CAlforniA. FA
DR. GERDA SELIGSON, associate pro-
fessor of Latin, will discuss the phil-
osophy of her personal friend, Rabbi
Leo Baeck, after Hillel Services Fri-
day at 7:15 P.M. Dr. Baeck was one
of the leaders of Jewish liberalism
in Germany and a hero of the con-
centration camps. 1429 Hill. All wel-
come. F40
WANT TO RENT parking space or gar-
age. Law school area. 769-2641. F41
KEN MY OWN, your H.H. honey awaits
you daily. The Spanish Moslem is
ready and willing, too. FD
URBAN PROBLEMS will be discussed
at the study-in. Bring a candle and
conquer the UGLI. FD

KENNY K.
Happy No. 2 Anniversary.
from, LOVE

WILL ZEROX 100 copies of your ori-
ginal for $3.00 in three minutes.
OYER 100 at3c per copy. Discount
Photocopy Service, right next to
Univ. Tower. 769-0560. P30
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
J. REMEMBER FISHBOWL SATS.
11:30 a.m. Please call 663-9631. R.
Gi
STROBE LIGHTS - 7610195
F
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. F
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195
F
WANTED! Jobs for Explorer post no.
150. Call NO 2-5340. We are interested
in any kind of large-scale group
projects. F
YOUR work's piled up and don't know
what to do? Let Professional Service
Associates do it for you.
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
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231 Ann Arbor. GL 3-0327.
F
FEMALE student to live with family.
Room and board free for some eve-
ning babysitting. 665-7408. H22
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

PERSONAL
STUDY-IN, STUDY-IN, STUDY-IN.-
It's coming. Watch for further per-
sonals. FF
LAST CHANCE - ND TICKETS
Tickets for all you Irishmen (?) for the
Mich. State-Notre Dame game this
Saturday, Oct. 28. Call Max Cohen,
764-9022. (Such a deal I got for you!)
FD
U. TOUR TO GREECE-RUSSIA, $873, air
fare, room, meals, tours, visas, and
more. Call: days, 761-2821; eves, 761-
6927. (5-7) after 11. F33
HOWE NOW?
Writer-in-Residence '68. F37
HARK, FAIR DAMSEL
He's tall, handsome, new to Michigan.
prefers skiing to getting drunk and
can match wits with anyone. Think
you can keep up? 769-3688. F38

PERSONAL

FD

WHERE Marginal Prices Buy Quality
Diamonds! Austin Diamonds, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F8
SO YOU'VE somehow managed to
acquire a battered Instamatic ca-
mera. I really don't care about the
camera but would you please not
destroy the film inside - keep the
camera but somehow let me have
the film back. You can call or just
leave them at Oakland, no questions
asked. Ed, 761-7244. FC
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond 1209 S. University 663-7151.
F1
AANN ARBOR'S FINEST in diamonds
- reasonably priced! Austin Dia-
mond - 1209. 5. University - 663-
7151. F9
FOR SALE-Diamond Engagement Ring.
EDUCATION at it sbest. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. F4
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195.
HELP WANTED
YOUNG MAN for selling in men's
dept. Apply Mr. Zureich - Klein's
Dept. Store, 306 South Main. H12
PHI RHO SIGMA medical fraternity,
220 North Ingalls St., needs kitchen
help. Call at noon or after five.
761-6515. H13
SALES HELP NEEDED
Part-time and full-time, immediately
and through Christmas. Apply in per-
son to Mr. Bricault at Daniel's Jewel-
ry-_Main at Washington. H14
TEST ITEM EDITOR, 10-30 hrs. per
wk. Bachelors degree in either psych,
educ., or biological science, back-
ground desirable. Call Mrs. Krupp at
763-0161. H15
PART-TIME days, Mon.-Fri. 11:00 a.m,
to 1:00 or 2:00 p.m. Evenings, Mon.-
Fri., 8:00-12:30. Weekends, Fri.-Sun~,
8:00 p.m.-1:30. No experience neces-
sary Mr. "S" Restaurant, 3325 Wash-
tenaw. H16
MEDICAL STUDENTS needed as dona-
tors of spinal fluid. Over 21 only.
Will pay $20. Call 764-0298 for de-
tails. H17
TYPING AND FILING 4 hours daily.
E. Stadium office. Call Mr. Bates,
662-6517. Hi
COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS,
ANALYSTS,
MANAGERS
For Full or Part-Time Work
Experience beyond course work re-
quired. Excellent wages. Unlimited op-
portunity with Michigan's largest soft-
ware house. Esp. need programmers
with Numerical Control, COBOL, Real
Time or DEC equipment experience.
761-1600
INFORMATION
CONTROL SYSTEMS
H5
DYNAMIC SALESMAN for computer
software house. Technical back-
ground required, must work at least
half time, INFORMATION CON-
TROL SYSTEMS, 761-1600. H6
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
pr 453-4030 for appt. H 10
ROOM AND BOARD
WANTED, GIRL to live with 3 seniors
Jan.-April in modern bi-level apt.
Close to campus. Call 761-9124. E21

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'66 HONDA S-90-$175 or best offer.
663-6710. Z46
HONDA 50 1964. Good cond., best of-
fer. Must sell. 769-1345. Z47
HONDA '66 Super Hawk for sale. Ex-
cellent condition. 761-9025. Z45
HONDA '50, step through blue, very
good cond., $150, Iee, 764-7619. Z42
USED BIKE CLEARANCE!
'66 Yamaha 80cc, $120; '66 Honda 50 step
through $150; '57 BMW-R50, Zunbapp
250cc., $125; Yamaha 125, $110. aMny
more too numerous to mention.
NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 South First 662-7409
Z44
BMW '65 R-50 Touring Tank and sad-
dle. Exc, cond. Call Jeff, 769-4213,
Z41
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
Phone 665-8637
Z39
1965 HONDA CB 160 Scrambling ac-
cessories. Very good condition. Ex-
tremely reasonable. 769-2249. Z18
HONDA S-90. Bored. Camed. Scram-
bler. $225. Call 769-0236. Z2
NEW HONDA
Only $156.68 Total
Trade in your bicycle or shoes on a
Honda, helmet, insurance package.
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Campus transportation specialists.
Z6
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENT-MOTHER wishes to trade
baby-sitting during day. I have 2
girls, 3 and 4. and classes on MWF
mornings. Margaret Geers (Brighton t
1-229-6543. M5
WANTED TO BUY
ONE LARGE BLUE official mobiliza-
tion pin with Pentagon and dove.
Anyone who was in Washington and
will sell their pin, call Jay, 769-
5922. K27
$50 REWARD for Wayne aWlker stamp
in tSandard's Super-pro Contest. Call
1-862-2535. K25
TRANSPORTATION

and
Lounge
Chairs

Warehouse Furniture
S-A-L-E
We purchased over 600 divans and
lounge chairs from University Tow-
ers. Most are less than 2 years old
with deep foam cushions and all
manufactured by Kroehler.
SOFAS $35
LOUNGE CHAIRS
$10 -$20
Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 27 & 28
1 -6 P.M.

FOR SALE
TICKETS for Peter, Paul, and Mary
Concert in Detroit Sunday. Good
seats. Call 761-7305. B40
TELESCOPE, 4t' reflector. 45x-270x,
Two weeks old. $72.50. 665-4953. B45
FOR SALE-Twelve string guitar. Ex.
condition. Must sell. Contact John
at 665-8733. B46
EXCELLENT TICKET to "Exit the
King", $2.00, Tues., Oct. 31. Call 761-1
6497. BF
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

USED CARS
RED 1962 MGA, wire wheels tonneau,
luggage rack, new Dunlap's, 40,000
mi. Call 663-5237. N22
'61 RAMBLER WAGON very good cond.
Snow tires--$250 or best offer. Call
Ray at 761-0350 after 5:30. N23
1962 BUICK SPECIAL convertible, $625.
Call 769-1284 after 5:30. NA
1966 NSU-Prince 1000, one owner, blue,
low mileage, like new. A. & W. Auto
Sales 13540 Platt Rd., Milan, Mich.
N20
1959 V.W. convert., R&H. runs good,
cheap transportation. $175. 764-2403,
N21

FOR. SALE: 21" console TV. Call 761- 1967 MUSTANG Conv. 289, 3-speed. Ye -
7512 aft. 5 p.m., ask for Dennis Lan- low with black top, black int. Will
yon. B44 accept trade and will handle finan-
-600_-._ - .cing. Call 769-2865. N17
1962 MONZA 4-dr., dependable transpor-
tation. Tires very good. Asking $375.
Call 761-8581 after 5. NE
SO FA S '59 RAMBLER - standard trans., runs
good. $65. Call 769-3318. N19

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
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Accoustic, electric, instruments, acces-
sories, Guild Martin, Gibsen Mosrite
David lessons-repairs. 209 S. State.
665-8001. 10-7 p.m. X2
FISHER SOOT AMPLIFIER - TUNER,
Fisher XP15 speakers, ampex 1150
tape deck. Must sell. 662-5200 after 6.
X29
1959 RAMBLER - 6-cylinder standard
transmission, clean. $150. 426-3662.
N49
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington X'
A-I New and Used Instruments
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Stringed instruments and accessories
(guitars, sitars, dulcimers; etc.), re-
pairs, electric and acoustic lessons.
209 S. State, 665-8001, 10-7 p.m. 'X16
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
instructions-209 S. State. 665-8091.
BUSINESS SERVICES
DISCOUNT PHOTOCOPY SERVICE
Xerox-2400, immediate service, lowest
prices. 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
Typing also done, J30
PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings, dramatic portraits and
parties. Call John Evens 769-0868.
after 6. J28
Use
Daily
}Classifiled.

Warehouse located on
just off W. Stadium
tersection of Jackson;

Shelby Street
Blvd. near in-
and Maple.
B41

NEED RIDE to D.C. or Penn.'
pikeone or both ways. Oct.
761-8755 persistently.

Turn-
20-22.
G49

ATTENTION MICHIGAN MEN
The infamous Poopsie Tonkin
arrived on Campusi (You mean

has
you

WHY MESS WITH carbons, erasures,
smudges? Xerox your papers and re-
ports at only 8c/copy. Discount Pho-
tocopy, right next to University
Towers. F
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-
9948. F13
HAVING Landlord Problems? - Call
Student Rental Union, SGC, 764-3174
Mon.-Fri., 2-5 p.m. F13
ANN ARBOR'S finest in DIAMONDS -
Reasonably priced! Autin Diamond,
1209 S. University. 663-7151. F9
SEXY EXCITING GIRL wanted. Call
769-0620 between 5-7 p.m. FF
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
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
F
DON'TLEND 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. F

Some people won't "make
a move without it.

LOST AND FOUND
DRIVER OF GRAY RIVIERA
who picked u phitch-hikers in Ypsi-
lanti. Left gloves in your back seat.
Call 483-5955. A24
FOUND-Woman's ring in Rackham
Oct. 24. Call 764-4413 days, 662-7518.
eves. A25
BLACK BASSET PUPPY with brown
spot over each eye. Please call 662-
7113. AA
FOUND: men's lambskin gloves, Sat.
764-5918. AF
LOST: Gold link bracelet made of var-
ious pins. Good reward. Call 763-1733
or 763-1929. A22
LOST: Ladies' Watch. Silver with black
band. Initials K.M.W. on back. Call
764-3917. A23
LOST - 3-legged German Shepard,
small. Please call 761-19311 A39

FOR SALE: TWO TICKETS FOR
Carmina Burana Opera by Les Ballets
Canadiens Sunday evening. Also
tickets for Christa Ludwig (Mezzo
Soprano), Tues., Main floor, Center.
Jon Jaffa, 761-6070. BE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDSr
BRiNG QU(CK RESULTS
WHAT IS German Park? 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
PHOTO SUPPLIES

didn't know?). FE
WHERE did Theta Phi Alpha go? Is it
under the Phi Psi rock? Details
needed. FD
MALE undergrad will 'cook for 4 or 5
man apartment in exchange for
meals. 769-3045. P50
THIS IS NO JOKE! SAVE $75-500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive the cost.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. F
I ALWAYS thought that the induc-
tion process had something to do
with the draft.-The Gestalt. F49
TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Is there a girl on this campus:
Who is attractive and has a lady-like
appearance and manners;
Who enjoys to converse intelligently;
Who likes the walks on the golden
leaves and the golden sunsets;
Who prefers the warm companionship
to the cold loneliness;
Who feels like a normal human being
that has feelings and drives which
are an integral part of the feelings;
Who does not believe in the multi-
dating system;
Who has reached some degree of ma-
turity for an age spectrum of 21-25.
Who would like to acquire some idea
of the Southern-European outlook of
life;
Who may enjoy listening to special
music that makes the heart sing and
the lips whisper the words of the
poet, that fires the imagination, that
makes the mind tranced to the land
where the light of life was born,
and far, far beyond;
Who has confidence, curiosity, and
willingness to reply.
As for my appearance, it is within the
limits of what I am asking for.
Please reply to: Box 119, Ann Arbor.
P48
TO CHAPTER No. 13: Release it!-A.G.
FD
WE FEATURE diamond engagement
rings of many happy No-The-Sames,
reasonably priced. Check it. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
F
PLEA TO ALL the Spray-Paint-Magic
Marker Artists of Ann Arbor-Please
spare our freshly painted area of
fence behind the stone bench be-
tween Haven Hall and the Grad Li-
brary (at least until after Saturday).
It gets colder the longer we must
spend out there destroying your
artistic attempts and our faith in

FREDI,
Thanks for a nice homecoming week-
end. j.k. FD
STAND-BY for Stiller's study-in a
new method of protest. FF
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mounting does not guarantee
the quality of the major diamond
in the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
Univ. 663-7151. F
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195
F
STUDY-IN is coming to the 'U'-Save
your candles. The war on the UGLI
begins soon. FF

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One of our good customers, faced with the choice of taking his
wife or KLH Model Eleven to Port Said-took his wife,
Of course.
We don't make silly claims about the Eleven.
But we'll bet you see more KLH Model Elevens going places with
people who go places than any other stereo portable on the market.
The reason is simple. The Eleven is a portable that's really port-
able. Just 28 pounds of solid musical performance.
It's got KLH quality throughout. There are specially designed KLH
full range speakers; a distortion-free solid state amplifier; an auto-
matic turntable custom-built for KLH by Garrard; magnetic cartridge
and diamond stylus; inputs for tuner and tape recorder, and many
other features.
Come down to the store.
Listen to the big sound of a little Eleven.
It's for sure you'll run out of the store with one.
And you won't need muscles or track shoes. It's that light.
So is the price.. ,

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