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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FTV1

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

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2.30
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2.80
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Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 11/2, 2/, 31/2, etc. inch size will
overage'of the lower and higher inch rate.

be billed at the

FOR RENT
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 0ff-Campus Housing. 764-7400.
* EEDED - One roommate for modern
three-man apartment 1 block from
campus. TV, parking and laundry
facilities, air cond. included. Im-
mediate occupancy or for winter,
term. $65/mo. Call 761-7376 from 5-
7 p.m. C16
FEMALE GRAD wanted for roomate
sublet 2-man apt. $55/mo. Call 662-
8867 after 6. C17
TWO GIRL GRADS need third for
winter semester or longer. Great
roomy house, own bedroom. Cali
665-8741. C18
PARKING, 1212 Hill $10 mo. 761-7587.
C191
FOURTH GIRL NEEDED to share
modern apt., University Towers, 8
or 4 month lease, NO PREMIUMS,
single lease responsibility. Call Kay
761-2680. C20
3rd GIRL WANTED to share modern-
ized apt, in old house close to cam-
pus. $55/mo. winter and/or spring
term. Call 668-7690. C21
SINGLE ROOM for full-time male stu-
dent. Clean, quiet. Lease. No cook-
ing. 723 Packard near State. C22
JAN.-JUNE SUBLET. Large 4-room
apt, close to campus with covered
parking and dishwasher. Grad stu-
dents preferred. 761-6197 and 663-
1937. n23
LOADED WITH GOODIES
Recreation room, campus and hospital
location, sound condition, balcony,
private storage, private parking, 2-
bdrm. apt. 3 yrs. old. Harrington
House, 721 E. Kingsley, Call 663-9373;
Evenings, 665-0063. C14
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for winter
term 1968 (Jan.-April). Call 668-6621
evenings. C12
2 MEN NEED ROOMMATE now or next
semester. 761-6892. C13
SINGLE-2 blocks from campus for
winter semester. Call 769-4730 after
6. C15
THREE BEDROOM. Near campus and
town.. Three or more students or
family. Available immediately. 668-
6437. C4
1 BEDROOM, unfurnished apt., wall-
to-wall carpeting, disposal, free park-
ing, separate storage lockers laundry
facilities. Available immediately.
Days 662-7787. Evenings and week-
ends 665-2398. C5
ROOMMATE NEEDED by Social Psy-
chology grad. Greg, 665-2866. C11
FOURTH FEMALE ROOMMATE need-
ed, immediate occupancy or winter
semester. Modern apt. on campus,
air-conditioned, 8-month option
lease. Call 761-8561. 320 E. Madison,
Apt. 2. C
FOUR-MAN unfurnished apt., 1 block
from campus. Two large bedrooms
with study area, central heating and
air-conditioning. Free parking, laun-
dry facilities. 663-8866. C8
1 BDRM. BI-LEVEL, furnished. 1 blk.
from campus. Free parking.

FOR RENT
3-MAN APARTMENT for winter. 2-
bedroom. Close to campus. $170. Call
769-0387. C9
11 ROOMS. 6 bedrooms. Study. 2 full
baths. Garage. Burns Park school.
Jan.-June or August, 1968. $280/mo.
761-0533. C2
1-2 GIRLS for beautifully furnished
new 4-man apt. on S. Forest. Air
cond., sound proofed. Reasonable.
769-2285 between 5-7. Ask for Bar-
bara 03
HOUSE ON WHITMORE LAKE-Pan-
elled, roomy, 2 bedrooms, washer
and dryer, excellent heating. Only
$150/month. Call 449-4193 evenings.
CF
RECENTLY REMODELED and newly
furn. rms. with maid service. Down-
town location. Your inspection in-
vited. Embassy Hotel. NO 2-7100.
052
PARKING
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.
C34
ON CAMPUS
769-5255 after 4 p.m.
C41
DIRECTLY ON CAMPUS
AVAILABLE JANUARY 1
new building-furnished, 1 bdrm.
NO 8-6906
C43
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. 036
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
FURN ISHED
APARTMENTS
SEVERAL LOCATIONS - CAMPUS -
MEDICAL CENTER - DOWNTOWN.
ALL NEW MODERN BUILDINGS
WITH COMPLETE GENERAL ELEC-
TRIC KITCHENS AND AIR-CONDI-
TIONING. FOR FURTHER INFORMA-
TION CALL:
Walden
Management Company
662-3358
C
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

PERSONAL
CONTES: How much do Lon's electrons
weight?
FIRST PRIZE: 1 autographed electron
of Lon's.
JUDGING: Sat., Oct. 11 '69
HURRY!!!! FA
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Dana! Now that
you've reached the age of consent,
are you going to? FD
IN HONOR of one full week of Ralph
fatherhood, a gala celebration this
Sat. nite. Both father and mother
will be in attendance. (Oscar'g)
children will remain at home with
their respective Nannies. 1207 Oak-
land. FE
IRVING, not Gordie!
Writer-in-Residence '68
FE
SEE the exciting G & W Musical:j
EAST QUAD STORY, with the orig-
inal Church Street cast. Starts Jan-
uary 18, 3rd floor Hinsdale jon. No
advance ticket sales.
-Gestalt and Hairy Sam. F19
The Folklore Society is active
and hiding at "the Ark."
Come to this year's first meeting
and workshop, Saturday from 2 to 5
F8
WILL MY NOBLE lord have sake with
his chicken? Heaven knows. F22
TEACHING fellow, wide range aca-
demic interests, also good athlete,
artistic, traveled. Desires to meet
interesting, attractive women. Reply
to P. O. Box 194, Ann Arbor. F24
Your dog is a nark?
So what else is new?
GARGOYLE, Nov. 15. FE
Read about the adventures of
Steve Combes and his dog.
GARGOYLE, coming soon. FE
TWO MORE WEEKS
TWO MORE WEEKS
TWO MORE WEEKS
TWO MORE WEEKS
TWO MORE WEEKS
TWO MORE WEEKS
FE
FOR THE THRILL OF YOUR LIFE
VISIT HISTORIC DICKSON MOUNDS
IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
IT'S EVEN BETTER
IF YOU'RE FROM VERMONT
FD
APT. 208 Ch. XIV. It's true! The Sod-
den Sage has given up women. Yes,
Hank has quit. The Little Green
Book is up for auction; this week
only. To bid, call 761-8438. FE
PORKY,

PERSONAL
GUYS, still no date for the AXO-
DSP mixer? Call 761-0088! F10
Your reasons Are lean, Pointin.;
to nonsense. I'm not "out of it,"
"Check that!" Tomorrow will deliver.
F16
RECORD SALE - 300 used classical
Albums $1 each. Sony tape recorder
and equipment. Stereo and FM tapes.
All excellent condition. Nov. 13, 14
6:30 - 9 p.m. at North Had F18
DR. RONALD F. INGLEHART, Assist-
ant Professor of Political Science,
will speak after Hillel Services this
Friday at 7:15 p.m. His topic will be
"Political Developments in the In-
tegration of New Nations". 1429 Hill
Street. All welcome. F5
Where have all
The DU's gone?
Gone to others everyone.
(tsk! tsk!)
P. & P. Apt.,8 FE
FOR ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS, stop at
The Village Apothecary, 1112 S.
University. F7
LITTLE, SMOKEY, furry Dago: The
meal that you prepared at the Big
Boy was just Grosse-Pointey! (cli-
que-clique) The rest of the evening
proved to be a delightful dessert.
And you eat with that tongue, too?
Love? The Drunken Kraut. F38
WANT TO break the ice? Try Christ-
mas in CAliforniA. FA
THE UNIVERSITY of Michigan is an
AMERICAN institution. FA
INSTALLMENT I-Scene: the MUG.
APATHIA: I'm so indifferent to my
courses!
- REGIMENTUM: Mine are too restric-
tive of my creative ability. FD
THE BEER BELLY of the Nation, The
Great State of Wisconsin, needs
delegates for the mock Republican
convention. Educational experiences
and beer parties galore. Call 764-2891
or 764-5862. F44
Second Time Around and it's SUC-
CESS Bound) Come to the Good In-
tention. Pop music and entertain-
ment, featuring the Happiness Tick-
et. Friday, Nov. 10. North Campus
Commons Snack Bar. 9-12. F49
YOUR work's piled up and don't know
what to do? Let Professional Service
Associates do it for you!
THE CS Sams are trying to delay the
NOSE BOWL until next year. 'Cause
their pledges aren't ever going to
be ready. Quit stalling. FD
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
DON'T DO what I told you to do., do
what I tell you to do. FD
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
ORACLE from Delphi says:
You hunt and search
And dig and delve,
And blow your mind
At three-one-twelve.
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
ATTENTION-VW owners. Try Wagon
Werke for foreign and sports car
service. F23

PERSONAL
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. F
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
USED CARS
FOR SALE-MG-TD Mark II, 1953.
Good condition, engine rebuilt. Good
tires. $1000 or best offer. 349-0277.
N42
'66 FORD Gal. 500, 2 door H.T, 352 Eng.,
auto. trans., P.S., P.B. $1850. 665-4714.
N48
1960 RED T-BIRD convertible. $375 or
best offer. 761-3648. N49
DK. GRN. 1958 MG-A convertible, new
black bonnet, good side curtains,
new heater, 4 new Dunlap tires, al-
ways starts. Above guaranteed by
UM engineering professor. $725, Call
662-6871, 6-10 p.m., ask for Doug.
N47
1964 CORVAIRhfour-door, standard
shift, radio, heater, new tires. Ex.
shape. $795. Call 769-4917 evenings.
N44
CORVETTE CONVERT. '67, options.
435 hp., low mileage. 663-6594. N43
'65 TRIUMPH TR4, $1200 or take over
payments. Call 761-9250 after five.
N45
V.W. 1967 FASTBACK. Radio. Call 662-
1712. N40
1960 RED T-BIRD full power. $300.
483-5973. N
1959 RAMBLER - 6-cylinder standard
transmission, clean, $150. 426-3662.

HELP WANTED
PHI RHO Sigma Med. Fraternity needs
kitchen help for rest semester and
next semester. Call 761-6515 at noon
or after fives. 220 N. Ingalls. H44
Another "GREAT" American once said
that "Progress is our most import-
ant product." I say that products
are our most important progress."
Richard Nixon in his 1968 Inaugural
Address HCI
MR. GEORGE SADOWSKY, director of
the Brookings Institution Computer
Center, will interview candidates for
either internship or permanent pro-
gramming position on Sat. 11/11, in
room 3522 SAB from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Students with some xnowledge of
computer programming and a sub-
stantive interest in the social sci-
ences are preferred. H40
SOCIAL DANCING tutor wanted for
individual. Reply to Box 284, Ann
Arbor Post Office. H41
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY for part-l
time clerk during Xmas break and
3 nites per wk. next semester. Ex-
perience in selling and use of cos-
metics essential. Apply in person.1
Ask for Mr. Kreye, Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. Univ. H42
HELP WANTED: Mon.-Thurs. 11:30-1,
Fri. and Sat. 11:30-10, Sun. 3-10.
Miller's Dairy Store, 533 S. Main.-
H43
MONEY! Subjects needed for graduatel
study project. Sat., Nov. 11. Age 21
or parental consent. Call Mrs. Luther,
764-2212 for information. H38
HELP WANTED - Student for part-
time janitor work. See Mr. Chatters,
composing room, first floor, Student
Publications Building.
ONE GREAT AMERICAN several years
ago said, "Ask not what your coun-
try can do for you, but what you
can do for your country." I say ask
not what your country cannot do
for you, but what you cannot do
for your country." Bobby Kennedy_
in his 1968 Inaugural Address. HD

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1966 TRIUMPH 500 w/ FAIRING. $800.
662-7113. ZF
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
Phone 665-8637
Z39
ALL MOTORCYCLES
EXPERT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
HONDA OF ANN ARBORI
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Z50
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
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
instructions--209 S. State. 665-8001. X4
FENDER JAZZ Master Guitar, custom
blue with case. 1 yr., hardly used.
With amp $275. Call 662-6295. X33
FOR SALE-Buffet alto saxophone, $200;
also Bundy clarinet, $100. Both in
good condition. 769-2813. X35
FENDER BASSMAN, exc. cond. Call
761-2379 after 7 p.m. B10
FOR SALE-Martin guitar D-35. 761-
8614. X31
FOR SALE - Fender Jaguar Guitar.
Excellent condition. $225. Call 663-
7891. X30

PLEASE CHECK
YOUR AD
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-
tween 12:30 p.m. and 2:30
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
you.
FOR SALE
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

ROOM AND BOARD

ROOM AND BOARD exchanged for WAITER needed for meal job. Chi Psi.
babysitting ,etc. Call 663-5938. , E24 761-6281 H31

CHICAGO OR BUST!
THIGH

FE

KISSY-KISSY,
SOPH SHOW
from the gang F48
STROBE LIGHTS,- 761-0195
F
FOURTH GIRL NEEDED for winter
trimester. Immediate occupancy if
desired. Modern, furnished apt. 1001
East University, $75. 761-3401. FA

WHO IS Steve Combes?

FE

RIDE WANTED to Madison, Wis. Nov.
16 or 17. Call Mike' 761-5786. FB

Who is Washington Irving?
Who is Irving Washington?
Who stole the plum tomato??
And what is YOSSARIAN???

FF

ONE MICH.-OSU ticket for sale. Call
Steve Elman, 761-0477 or 761-5413,
evenings. FB
GIRLS! We need your help. Living
with a poor, unloved engineer is mis-
ery! Give the kid a break. He won't
call you, so why not call him. 763-
2827. Ask for Greg! FE
ELOON OF THETA DELTA CHI:
I already mentally beat you in our
upcoming snowball fite!
The Phantom Record
Wracker
P.S. I trust your brothers found their
records! FE
ANNOUNCING the opening of the
Grand Hotel. The management ex-
tends best wishes and keys to our
first customers: MARK, JEFF, SAM,
B.W., SAM, MARTHA, DONNA, EL-
LEN, FAYE, et. al. FE
NOW THAT everyone is crawling the
walls to know who HUGO BOHM is
perhaps such information should be
forthcoming. HUGO BOHM is a pro-
fessional SKI BUM. He's coming Nov.
20. u m ski club. F3
Fef
The whole world congratulates you
on FEFDAY - Always remember:
rolling stones gather no moss. F37
Ruble Ruble from a navel
Twinkle bright as best you're able
..Up above the black transparent
Yet to view not oft apparent? F14
STUDENT RENTAL UNION
Complaint Service
Call 764-3174 2-5 p.m. P23
MABEL and PHOEBE: the cat-loving
za man anxiously awaits your call.
FD
CASS. TECH. supports
SHARON LOWEN for SGC
Nov and 15
F15
GARGOYLE WRITERS MEETING FOR
NEXT ISSUE, GARGOYLE OFFICE,
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BUILDING
8 p.m. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12
NEW AND OLD WRITERS INVITED
FF

FOURTH MAN NEEDED for winter
term; occupancy in January. 1336
Geddes No. 6, near museum, 663-1722,
ask for Paul. E22
WANTED TO BUY
VEGA GUITAR-steel string, 10 yrs.
old with hard shell case. $125. 668-
6471 after 6. X32
$50 REWARD for Wayne Walker stamp
in Standard's Super-pro Contest. Call
1-862-2535. K25
BUSINESS SERVICES
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Weddings, portraits, and parties. "Stu-
dent rates" 769-0868 after 6. J28
STUDENT RATES ON TIME,
Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and
40 more magazines. 8 month and 1
year subscriptions at x2 regular sub-
scription price, Call Student Per-
iodical Agency, 769-0030 anytime. J8
TYPING
I IBM Executive, call 426-9711. J9
DISSERTATIONS, THESIS, TERM PA-
PFRS-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
IBM TYPING-prompt, reliable qual-
ity assured. 761-2428. J7
WE specialize in the following:
Complete secretarial service!
Typing, thesis, technical, medical
and term p'apers!
Mimeograph, offset printing,
azographing, photo copies!
1 Newsletters and Bulletins!
Complete mailing and teleephone
answering services!
Clear your desk today!
Call
Professional Service Associates
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
PHOTO SUPPLIES
SPEED GRAFLEX; PENTAX SPOT-
MATIC w/135 mm and 200mm LENS-
ES. 662-7113. DF

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
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - One gray, white and brown
kitten, collar with bell. Call 668-
8613. -A40
LOST: Dark green brushed leather
jacket in Burns Park, Sun. Reward.
Call 764-5747. A37
LOST - One round, pierced, golden
Flourintine earring between Hill
Aud./U. Towers/Markley. Reward. 764-
3813. A35
LOST: One umbrella with the initials
DML on handle. Will pay handsome-
ly for the return. Call 761-6443. Ask
for Don. A34
LOST: Female blond Russian Wolf-
hound "Sabaka" and black male
cocker mutt "Casey". Reward. Call
days, 764-3250, eves. 668-8689. A38

BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington X
A-1 New and Used Instruments
STEREO SPEAKERS
Full Range, hand rubbed walnut and
fruitwood finish (17x13x9'/2), 2-way.
$49.95 and up. Wide range of other
sizes. Call after 5, 662-0931, all day
Saturday. X28
MISCELLANEOUS
WANT A KITTEN? Housebroken. Call
668-8613. M15
1967 TRIUMPH 500, $800. Call NO 5-1
3018. Z4
STUDENT-MOTHER wishes to tradej
baby-sitting during day. I have 2
girls, 3 and 4, and classes on MWF
mornings. Margaret Geers (Brighton)
1-229-6543. MS
FOR SALE
AMPEX TAPE DECK 934, $100. 761-
1587. B14
CUSTOM BUILT STEREO UNIT. 10
speakers, 7-ft. cabinet. Enco amp.
BSR turntable. Must sacrifice at
$250. 668-6471 after s.B12
UPHOLSTERED, tan, swivel rocking
chair, walnut trim. $15. 665-3330.
B13
FOR SALE-A squirrel monkey. 668-
7575. B9
MECHANICAL Strobe lights -terrific
deal-$39.95. Call Stan or Ken, 761-
8662. BF

FOUND: Oct. 27, corner S. Forest
S. University, gold fraternity
665-9595.

and
key.
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FOR SALE-Fender Mustang Guitar.
Perfect condition. $150. Call 663-7891.
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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
TRANSPORTATION
LAS VEGAS-LOS ANGELES. Need one
or two to share expenses and driving
Leaving early December -- return
Jan. 2. Call 665-9563. GF
RIDERS WANTED-We're flying to U. of
Ill. ..ov. 11.Call Bill, 761-4186. G1
RIDE WANTED to Southern New Eng.
for Thanksgiving. 761-0740. G10
NEED RIDE to Boyne City-Charlevoix
East Jordan-Petoskey area through-
out Fall and Winter semesters. Call
Drew at 769-5947. GA
RIDE NEEDED to Chicago for two,
this weekend. Preferably after 3:00
Friday. Can pay, drive. Call Rick,
761-5531. GD
RIDERS WANTED either way to M.S.U.
Leave Sat. 11/12, 5 p.m., return Sun.
11/12, 8 p.m. GD
J. REMEMBER FISHBOWL SATS.
11:30 a.m. Please call 663-963}. R.
Enjoy Yourself
Join The Daily Staff

LOST 1- 3-legged German Shepard,
small. Please call 761-1931! A39
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 160-off-season price. 769-4315.
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BURREL JOHNNY SMITH IN CO
CERT! 769-5827 after 5. F

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BOB WATT[RS
"New Life"
Crusade

NIGHT OWLS-Listen to Al
Smiff at 11:30 on U. radio
650.

(Zippy)
WCBN
F32,

THE COLONY
731 Packard near State '
663-8866

SAMs-Why don't you quit having
those apartment parties long enough
to play the NOSE BOWL. FD
WANTED! Jobs for Explorer post no.
150. Call NO 2-5340. We are interested
in any kind of large-scale group
projects. F
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. 662-0022 . H16
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
1965 CUSTOM HONDA 305cc. Scram-
bIer, bronze metal flake. $450. 663-
9948. F13
VOTE! Nov. 14 and 15.
DON RACHETER FOR SGC
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WILL XEROX 100 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. P30

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BARGAIN CORNER

Special "NEW LIFE" messages
to guide you in the use of
Christian Dynamics.
* Prayer For The Sick
" Beautiful Music
with
ART PERRI
Dramatic Baritone
Sunday 10:50 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
Nightly at 7:30 (Except. Mon.)
EVANGEL TEMPLE
2455 Washtenaw at E. Stadium
Ann Arbor
(Enter on Bedford)

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SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.98
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5,98
Pure White end 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

Wanted
Roommates
CALL 761-8055
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WANTED: Men's Racoon coat or suit-
able substitute, 665-3330. 139

The Folklore Society is Active
and hiding at "the Ark".
Come to this year's first meeting
and workshop, Saturday from 2 to 5
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RECORDING TAPE USERS . . . you
deserve quality and selection at a
good price. Like SONY C-60 Cassettes
for $1.99; NORELCO C-60 Cassettes
for $2.19; NORELCO C-90 Cassettes
for $3.49; SCOTCH 150' Living Let-
ters for 45c; SCOTCH 1200' DYNA-
RANGE for $2.77; SONY 1800' Poly-
ester for $2.95. Need we, say more?
THE QUARRY, STATE AT NORTH U.
F50
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy.
thnrta . mnrp to a dman +han

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