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For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
FOR SALE-1966 Yahama 250. 2 hel-
mets and many extras. $435. Call 761-
5020. John Isler. B2
FOR SALE: 21" console TV. Call 761-
7512 aft. 5 p.m., ask for Dennis Lan-
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
SPEED GRAFLEX with Roll Back Pen-
tax HI and 200mm Lens. 662-7113. DC
WANTED TO RENT
SUBLET' Your Apartment Now
WE HAVE people who want apartments
for second semester.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Lady's
spot over each
LOST: Gold link b
ious pins. Goodi
silver watch, black BLOOD DONORS
K.M.W. Reward. Call
A30 University of Mich. Med. Center Blood
--_ .- _-------- Bank needs additional blood donors.
PUPPY with brown Prospectivesdonors between ages of 18-
eye. Please call 662- 59 who are in good health may register
AA in blood bank donor room, S4410 Univ.
- - - -gHsp., between 1 and 3 p.m. on Tues.,
racelet made of var- or between 6 and 9 p.m. on Thurs.
reward. Call 763 1733Parental permission required for don-
A22 ors between 18-21. Donors receive $20
for each unit of blood or may request
ONAL unit be credited to the account of a
patient. Membership in a Red Crossj
Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 1 t/z, 21, 3 , etc. Inch size will
average of the lower and higher inch rate.
be billed at the
The Michigan Daily makes
every effort to avoid errors
in advertisements. Each ad
is carefully checked and
proofread But when you
handle hundreds of ads each
day, mistakes do slip
through. We ask, therefore,
that you check your ad and
if you find an error, report
it to The Michigan Daily
Classified Dept., 764-0557 be-
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p m We regret that we can-
not be responsible for more
than one day's incorrect in-
sertion if you do not call the
error to our attention. Thank
ONLY SIX more shopping days
FEFDAYi! (Ncv. 40). Avoid the F
DAY rush. Annual FEFDAY s
begin Nov. 11.
MOCK CONVENTION delegate ap
cations due today, 2522 SAB-hu
NEEDED NOW-Mature, attractive,
attached female frosh or soph v
wouldn't mind adopting seriousv
shy junior. Must be under 5'7."C
GREK-Happy No. 1 anniversaryc
year one pint of everclear and m
than one box of kleenex later.7
feeling is still mutual.
BIG HIPPY RALLY
All Staff and friends welcome. W
'till blood club does not conflict with be-
EF- ing a donor at the Medical Center.
TO ALL DAILY-ENSIAN staffers, for-
pli- ner Greene-65-66 quadies, and Poll
rry. Sci 160 Simulation staff-party at
P24 Drew's: No. 1, 508 Lawrence; Satur-
day at 9; BYO. FE
who WHY MESS WITH carbons, erasures,
and smudges? Xerox your papers and re-
Call ports at only 8c/copy. Discount Pho-
F19 tocopy, right next to University
one - -
nore DELTS and D.U.'s - dreaming of a
The white Christmas? On Hallowween?
How ridiculous! FE
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- Les, Chris, Carl, and Bill:
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.
RECENTLY REMODELED and newly
furn, rms. with maid service. Down-
town location. Your inspection in-
vited. Embassy Hotel. NO 2-7100.
WANTED: One female roommate for
6-man modern tri-level apt. Call
665-6601 or 761-2610. C51
LARGE ROOM for rent. Male. Linens
and refrigerator furnished. Call 663-
4058 after 5 p.m. C44
THIRD GIRL needed as of Jan. to
share attractive, mod. apt. near cam-
pus (1001 East Univ.), $65/mo. 663-
6179 eves. C45
769-5255 after 4 p.m.
Reserve Apartments Now
For second semester, all types. all
DIRECTLY ON CAMPUS
AVAILABLE JANUARY 1
new building-furnished, 1 bdrm.
GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL male
to share furnished, spacious, pleas-
ant apt. with reasonably sloppy Pol-
lock. Private bedrm., 807 Lawrence,
main floor. Days call 764-6163, after
5 761-5125. C36
Private parking, laundry, etc.
ALSO: 1 bedroom, very spacious, same
luxury features in this same modern
building. Perfect for two.
TWO BEDROOM, two girls need one
more. Downstairs of house, clean.
Call 761-6260. C37
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for winter
term (Jan.-April). Call 668-6621 or
write 1042 S. Main, B-2, Ann Arbor.
North C m u
S ps FOR SALE - Triumph 250 Scrambler,
2200 Fuller Road ,fantastic performance, like new. Call:
665-6772 after 6:00 p.m.; ask for Pete.
Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished and Will accept any reasonable offer. ZF
unfurnished. Free bus transportation. .-
Air-cond., ample parking, pool. Rec. 56 TRIUMPH 500 cc. $300. Call Gary,
room, Restaurant, Lounge. 2, 3, or 4 663-7850. Z2
man apts. available.
Rentals from $135.00
SEVERAL LOCATIONS - CAMPUS -
MEDICAL CENTER - DOWNTOWN.
ALL NEW MODERN BUILDINGS
WITH COMPLETE GENERAL ELEC-
TRICIKITCHENS AND AIR-CONDI-
TIONING. FOR FURTHER INFORMA-,
UNFURNISHED town house apt. Huge
bedroom, three large closets, dining
ar'ea, carpets, drapes, air-condition-
ed; off-street parking. $140. 769-4366
after 5:30 and weekends. C39
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share
3-man, campus apt., $60/mo. 44 N.
Thayer. Call Charter Realty, 665-8825.
After 5 call 769-2549. C48
NEWLY FURN. and remodelled with
maid service, clear! Inspection in-
vited. Embassy Hotel. NO 2-7100. C46
ONE BDRM.-Kitchen and porch, very
close to everything at 405 E. Jefferson.
Available now or December. $130. Call
FOR WINTER and/or summer term,
furnished 2-man 'apt. near Ralph's
and other exclusive institutions. Call
769-0639 aft. 6. C32
WINTER SUBLET: 4th roommate leav-
ing school, need male replacement.
Furnished 2 bdrm., luxury apt., w/
stereo and TV. Overlooking Huron
River, 10 min. walk from campus.
$64 mo 820 Fuller Rd. 769-2838.
4 and 8 MO. LEASES
Available Apts. beginning January
- Nov. 81
1965 BMW 1500 T I, 12" disc, 5 speed 7:30 p.
trans., 8000 miles on new motor. Fast,
comfortable. $1600 firm. 769-3690. Z3 GARGOY
'64 YAMAHA Y DS-2, 250cc. $75. Call -all c
Cary, 761-8126. Z4 NERVOUE
FOR SALE-Yamaha YDS-2 250cc. Mo- Inc., B
torcycle. New engine clutch, genera-
tor, and battery. Almost perfect con- ORACLE
dition. Must be seen to be believed.
$350, Call 761-8816. Z1
HONDA 160 SCRAMBLER - Excellent
condition. Best offer takes. 769-5827.
ALL MOTORCYCLES wanted
EXPERT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ing. W
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR 1388.
3000 Packard at Platt PART- TI
665-9281 to 1:00
Z50 Fri., 8
DOWNTOWN HONDA 8:00 p.
310 E. Washington sary. M
Phone 665-8637I tenaw.
th. GARGOYLE, 420 Maynard,
LE goes underground Nov, 15
ver campus. FD
S? Learn self-help. Recovery
ox 231 Ann Arbor. GL 3-0327.
from Delphi says:
You hunt and search
And dig and delve,
And blow your mind
O DENVER-Fort Collins area
d weekend before Thanksgiv-
ill share cost. Call Jim, 769-I
ME days, Mon.-Fri. 11:00 a.m.
or 2:00 p.m. Evenings, Mon.-
:00-12:30. Weekends, Fri.-Sun.,
im.-1:30. No experience neces-
[r. "S" Restaurant. 3325 Wash-
read the GARGOYLE. FE
If the Moon is Blue FOR SALE - Fender Jaguar Guitar.
What COLOR is the Sky? FE Excellent condition. $225. Call 663-
RIDE TO DENVER-Fort Collins area
neded weekend before Thanksgiving, HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Call Jim, 769-1388. Will share ex- Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
penses. FC instructions-209 S. State. 665-8091.
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGO
DEAR McPHADEN, Bull head doesn't Rental Purchase PlanGOS
like fudge any more. M12 PelMuScaLePaIR
PAUL'; -MUSICAL REPAIR
BUSINESS SERVICES HELP WANTED
STUDENT RATES on Time, Newsweek, MATURE WOMAN-2 aftns./wk. for
Sports Illustrated, and 40 more mag- housework and care of school age
azines. 8 month and 1 year sub- children. Own trans. Call after 5
scriptions at 'z regular subscription p.m. 761-3956. H22
pricesi Call Student Periodical Agency, - -____
769-0030 anytime. J6 BABYSITTER WANTER: Hours 11:30-
:-0 7:30 daily. Phone 761-4646. H23
TYPING TEACHER OR COACH type with lead-
IBM electric ership personality. 2 years college
CALL 426-9711 completed, under 30. Salary plus in-
J5 centives. A full-time professional ca-
-_.._ -._reer for the right man. Call 761-2130
DON' T TSK IT ..or 453-4030 for appt. H 10
SALES PERSON, PART-TIME. Call the
TASK IT! MBL Press, 761-0942 evenings. H35
TYPING-Theses and Term Papers NEEDED IMMEDIATELY-Girls seek-
our specialty: IBM typewriters; ing extra income or financial inde-
executive type and justified copy pendence. Part or full time. Call 663-
available. 9992. H33
TRANSCRIPTION -Medical Tech- GIRL ACTIVITIES WORKER with car
nical, Business; Conferences. for the Juvenile Court Girls Group
PRINTING-Mimeograph, Offset. Home in city. Schedule flexible. 20
PHOTOCOPYING hours/week. Duties: transporting the
COMPOSITION & ART WORKgirls to various appointments, as-
COPSTO R OKsistingMALN with job-finding, and with
STUFFING, MAILING & ADDRESS- social activities. $1.75 per hour, plus
ING 10 cents per mile car expense. Con-
RESUMES tact Jean Furniss, 663-7511, ext. 277,
TELEPHONE ANSWERING H34
(Pick-up and Delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd. ;Y
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilynn L. Keith, Director Planning on
HELP WANTED Advertising
ONE GREAT AMERICAN several years
ago said, "Ask not what your coun-
try can do for you, but what you B uig es
can do for your country." I say ask
not what your country cannot do
for you, but what you cannot do A m n s r to
for your country." BobbyKennedy
in his 1968 Inaugural Address. HDPub IC
WAITER needed for meal job. Chi Psi.
761-6281. 31 Kelations
RESPONSIBLE SITTER for Thursday
morning or afternoon. 663-9685. H26
MALE GRAD student with car. Apt.
with garage in exchange for 12 hours
a week household chores. 663-2588. H28 for yV
EARN AND LEARN-Work from your
own home, full or part time. The O e S n
Budman Co. will train you for tele-
phone soliciting from a select list of
clientele. No selling. Liberal com-
missions. Mr. George Hutchinson will
conduct interviews at the MESC of-
fice, 301 Maple Rd.,Nov. 6 through
Nov. 9. from 11 'a.m. to 3 p.m., phone
__ _ r mathe
t eWANTED: A lead guitarist one rhythm
guitar, one girl vocalist-for Rock 'n
Roll band. Musicians must have ex-
perience. Call Tom, 764-2896. E37 N
PART-TIME HELPER WANTED-light
mechanical work. 'No previous ni
mechanical work. No previous know-
ledge or experience necessary. Choose
your own hours. 665-9971. H36
GIRLS - Supplement your allowance
with exciting part-time work, You
name the hours. For information call
With a knowledge of French, German,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL
from one wno knows and cares. F18
HURRAH for the guys who painted the
Rock! Steve, Joe, Amy, Rev., Others.
WHATEVER HAPPENED to Sesqui-
Helen-Girley-Bohn? Welcome our
new leader to your hearts. Meet
B.B. in the GARG office, Wed., 7:30.
HAS B.B. GONE MAD? No only under-
ground. And he is taking us all with
him. Find- out what's happening.
Wed., Nov. 8, 7:30--GARGOYLE OF-
MARY-I yearn for you. Tragically
signed, A.T. Tappman. Chaplain U.S.
119 W. Washington x
A-1 New andUsed Instruments
Full Range, hand rubbed walnut and
fruitwood finish (17x13x9%/), 2-way.
$49.95 and up. Wide range of other
sizes. Call after 5, 662-0931, all day
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals"
Pure White and 4 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
"White" & Colors-$6.50
WINTER SUBLET - 4th roommate
leaving school. Need male replace-
ment. Furnished, 2 bdrm., luxury I
apt. w/stereo and TV. Overlooking
Huron River. 10 min. walk from
campus. $64/mo. 820 Fuller Rd.
UNIVERSITY MARRIED STUDENTS1
APTS. Immediate openings for effi-
ciency apts. $95 mo., furn., includes
all utilities. Located at University
Terrace and North Campus. 662-3160.
ROOM AND BOARD
FOURTH MAN NEEDED for winter
term; occupancy in January. 1336
Geddes No. 6, near museum, 663-1722,
ask for Paul. E22
WANTED TO RENT
MALE ROOMMATE needed now or for-
winter semester. New apt. Call after1
4:00. 761-5074. L48
NEW SONY T-C 350 Stereo, 3-head,
tape deck. Purchased one week ago.
Played once. Must ,sell. Retails at-
$200.00. Will throw in free, used RCA
cartridge tape recorder-retail $130.00
plus considerable money in cartridges
and tapes. Name your price on the-
Sony. 848 Tappan, No. 19. 761-9617.
FOR SALE-'67 Triumph Bonneville.
Exc. cond. Must sell. NO 2-0242. B7
SKIIS-7 ft. Head Standard with Cubco
bindings. Excellent for beginning
skiers, 5 yr. old. $40. 769-1147. B4-
'64 HONDA 305, helmet, face mask,
windshield, great cond. Must sell-
best offer. Call Art, 761-7420. B5
FOR SALE-Ladies' Omega watch, 18
karat, unused, $60. Histology SLIDES,
40 labeled duplicates, $15. 761-8691,
early eves. B67
FOR SALE-Fender Mustang Guitar.
Perfect condition. $150. Call 663-7891.
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
J. REMEMBER FISHBOWL SATS.
11:30 a.m. Please call 663-9631. R.
1961 PONTIAC Tempset. Excellent con-
dition, 46,000 miles. Best offer. 971-
1959 PEUGEOT 403, $125. Call Cary,
BEAUTIFUL, white, Buick convertible,
low mileage, factory guaranteed. Call
NO 2-1934. N37
MUSTANG, '65. $1150. Call Dearborn,
SPORTS ' CAR, convertible. Black '59
Simca. Whitewalls, radio, heater.
$225. 663-2963. N33
1967 JAGUAR XKE-The 4.2 "E" type.
Sixed head coupe, hardtop. Red with
black leather interior. Extra equip:
bumper guards, radio-AM-FM-MB,
air-cond., chrome spoke wheels,
whitewall tires. $5200. Call between
2-3 p.m. or after 7 p.m. 665-3164. N34
1961 KARMANN GHIA. Good motor,
radio, 50,000 mi. $475. Call 665-9650.
1960 RED T-BIRD full power. $300.
1962 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. New red
paint. Mechanically sound, Wire
wheels. Overdrive. 663-5223. N31
1965 PORSCHE C COUPE, reasonable.
'62 CHEVY, new tires, best offer. 769-
1959 RAMBLER - 6-cylinder standard
transmission, clean. $150. 426-3662.
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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: One umbrella with the initials
DML on handle. Will pay handsome-
ly for the return. Call 761-6443. Ask
for Don. A34
LOST-White raincoat in basement of
U.G.L.I. Call 662-1989. Ask for Dave.
TYPING in my home.
For details call 971-2832.
LOST': Small antique engagement ring,
three small diamonds on an antique
silver band. Reward. 769-5121 at
FOUND: Oct. 27, corner S. Forest and
S. University, gold fraternity key.
LOST - 3-legged German Shepard,
small. Please call 761-1931! A39
LOST-a male seal point Siamese cat,
near Division and Kingsley. Answers
to the name of "Cat." $25 reward
for return. 761-9251. A28
LOST. - Large Calico kitten, female
Responds to word 'dinner'. Vicinity
Oakland and Tappan. Call 665-2154,
924 Oakland. A29
reasonably priced. Check it. Austin E I N-
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. DEAR RICK-Never in the field of hu-
F man conflict was one hated so much!
by so few.-Love, Rud. FE
WE FEATURE diamond engagement
rings of many happy No-The-Sames,
ATTENTION MICHIGAN MEN
The infamous Poopsie Tonkin has
arrived on campus! (You mean you
didn't know?). FE
SAY THERE LIBRARIAN, have you
seen a copy of "Time" around here?
Yours, NAO. FE
RIDING DAILY - Shady Trails Free
instructions and horse drawn hay
rides. Cookout & Sing-outs. 15 min-
utes from A.A. Cline's Stables 12655
Plank Rd., 432-4143, Milan, Mich. F9
LARGE, VERY ATTRACTIVE APT, for
2-3, TV, campus, parking. $150. Call
GOODBYE FOREVER, Max Cohen.
Though you may never again be in
the personal column, you'll still be
in my heart.
The Bald Eagle FE
THANKS SO MUCH for the flowers.
Don't worry, there won't ever be a
next time ever. Good luck today with
the test, and remember, act mature.
D.S.B. and the rest of Apt. 17 hope
that SHAWN had a most mellow and
unusual birthday. F29
1965 CUSTOM HONDA 305cc. Scram-
bler, bronze metal flake. $450. 663-
VOTE! Nov. 14 and 15.
WANTED! Jobs for Explorer post no.
150. Call NO 2-5340. We are interested
in any kind of large-scale group
YOUR work's piled up and don't know
what to do? Let Professional Service
Associates do it for you!
GARGOYLE rises to a new high. Fol-
low us underground in the Nov. 15
issue-on sale all over campus. 30c
THE KIWIS ARE COMING, hold your
DON'T DO what I told you to do., do
what I tell you to do. FD
THE GREAT SOCIETY means pussy
KAREN: So sorry about Wednesday
night. Believe me it won't happen
Your love, Lovely FE
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'
A HELMREICH is nothing but a cab-
bage with a college education
Love, Rud. FF
GARGOYLE junior-senior staffers -
Meeting, Monday, Nov. 6, 7:30 at edi-
tor's apt. Larson Whipsnade will
keynote. Reactor panel to be an-
$873, air fare, room, meals, tours, visas
andn-6more. Call: days 761-2821; eves..
WANTED TO BUY
$50 REWARD for Wayne Walker stamp
in tSandard's Super-pro Contest. Call
TYPING IN MY HOME. Reasonable.
DISSERTATIONS, THESIS, TERM PA-
PERS-use correct-o-tape or unlim-
ited erasures on your original and
yet be assured of perfect copies by
xeroxing your copies on the new Xe-
rox 2400 Duplicator. Cost per copy is
only 8c. We supply 20wgt. copy pa-
per free. Immediate service. Discount
Photocopy Service, 1217 S. Univer-
sity. 769-0560. J4
TYPING-IBM Executive. Pick up and
deliver. 663-0980. J50
TYPING-IBM w/carbon ribbon. Neat
quality guaranteed. 761-2428. Ji
or Spanish languages with combined
scientific background In medicine,
dentistry, and biology with resulting
knowledge of medical, dental, and
biological terminology. To abstract
articles from the world's medical and
dental literature. Work to be done
at home. $15 per article. Call Univer-
sity of Michigan, 764-4485 or see Miss
Ostrander, Room 3034, Rackham Bldg.
for interview. H27
IT'S THE RAGE
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DON RACHETER FOR SGC
F21 ALL GARGOYLE business staff-There
-is a meeting Tues., Nov. 7 at 7:30.
Hopes that this will be the week. Let's Please come; the staff cherub needs
get back on the winning ways. Get you DESPERATELY.
that 500th. FE
APT. 208, Ch. XI-Mighty Thor is dead.
He died for our sins. Funeral serv- URGENTLY NEEDED
ices for the faithful Corvair will be $7.50 Rh positive, $10 and $12 Rh
held tomorrow at Apt. 208. But wait! negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
Is he merely out of gas? See Ch. XII. 9-4. Wed, 1-7. 18-21 years old need
FE parent's permission
Michigan Community Blood Center
ANYONE INTERESTED in starting a 404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
Marine Biology club contact L.L.L. 483-1894
at 764-3937. FE F
WELCOME JOANIE-to the land of
the Maize and Blue. Hope your stay STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195.
is a pleasant one. F
1967 TRIUMPH 500, $800. Call NO 5-
STUDENT-MOTHER wishes to trade
baby-sitting during day. I have 2
girls, 3 and 4, and classes on MWF
mornings. Margaret Geers (Brighton)
U. Tour to
WE specialize in the following:
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KITCHEN HELP wanted at Phi Rho
Sigma Frat. Contact Larry Bedard,
US. Savings Stamps teach
early thrift and citizenship
JERRY-Happy November to you. M.G.
is glad you're here-she's been lone-
ly. Be good! FE
APT. 208 Ch. XIII. Last night on a
day that shall live forever in in-
famy, apt. 309 destroyed a strategic
pumpkin in a sneak attack. This
means wor. Apt. 209 Defense Forces
APT, 208 h. XII. Thor has risen from
the dead. (Only an engineer would-
n't think of looking at the gas
WILL XEROX100 copies of your ori-
ginal for $3.00 in three minutes.
OVER 100 at 3c per copy. Discount
Photocopy Service, right next to
Univ. Tower. 769-0560. F30
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.
ATTENTION: FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
JUNIOR YEAR ABROAD
at AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE
There will be an informational meeting
for all interested students on Tuesday,
evening, November 7th at 7:30 P.M. in
Room 3-R of the Michigan Union. Students
who attended the program last year and
UM faculty members will be present to
answer your questions.;
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 the - at Oakland, no questions
asked. Ed, 761-7244. FC
FOR SALE-Martin guitar D-35. 761-
will be on campus
to interview undergraduate
and graduate candidates for
Bethee's 67 LopCourse
--our highly regarded
available in steel plant oper-
ations, sales, research, min-
ing, accounting, and other
DEGREES required are
electrical, chemical, indus-
trial, civil, mining, and
other engineering special-
ties; also chemistry, phy-
sics, mathematics, business
and liberal arts.
If you would like to discuss
your career interest with a
see your placement officer
to arrange for an interview
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