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SJanuary 29, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Ior Direct C1assified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:00-2:00

FOR RENT
'I'II June or ren.t till Aug-
.lfurnished 2 or 3-man.
. 61-1770 eves. 3Ctc
he old Stuff
bedroom apartments in nob
uses. Call
761-8055
y our rental office at
737 Packard
s9Ctc
MMATES needed to com-
eral apartments. Close to
Call 761-2680 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
57020
FALL-Campus locations-
drm. from $195; 2 bdrm.,
$2104 Contact 663-1761 for
y priced mod. apts. 52023
ES-Near Observatory-Male
e sleeping room; newly fur-
vail, immediately. 668-6906.
8lCtc
FOR SUMMER OR FALL
1 & 2 Bdrm. Apts.
LARGE UNITS
Directly on Campus
ERN*APTS. INC.
668-6906
5octc

FOR RENT

RESERVE YOUR APARTMENT
NOW FOR NEXT FALL!
CHARTER REALTY
Fine Campus Apartments
S. UNIVERSITY & WASHTENAW
665-8825
32Ctc

HELP WANTED FOR SALE
WANTED-COEDS to sell a completely BEAUTIFUL MINK Coat, Size 14.
new product. Very good profit. If Mother's. Call 769-0981 or I will wear;
interested, write to P.O. Box 4627, it out. BD
Toledo, Ohio. 35H14 --- ~~-~~~~~~_~~ ~ ~~-_ __~ _ ..
SKIS, 1967 Kneissle white wings, 200
TRANSPORTATION m.,only used twice. Best offer. 663-
RIE ANED tCelaT+n re o 9142. 28820

PERSONAL
CABARET-1 or 2 tickets Row M center,
on Wed., Feb. 4 to trade for reason-
ably similar location on Thurs., Feb.
5. 971-6852 after 8 p.m. 47F19
HAPPY BELATED 20th CAT, From the
habitants of the 6-man, Apt. 304,
Rotvig, and other regions. 5F19
OPEN -HOUSE for Campus Women
Martha Cook Bldg.'
Friday, January 30
3:30-4:30 P.M.
6F20
THE POWERS OF THE MIND. A dem-
onstration of ESP, Psychokinesis,
Scrying, and allied phenomena. For
rates and bookings: 665-2151. 3F20
DISCOUNT BOOKSTORE? We've been
discounting diamonds in Ann Arbor
!for years.
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University 663-7151
F
We're Here Again!?
GRAD M IX ER NO. 2
SUNDAY, FEB. 1I
8 P.M.-Admission 25c
at The House-1429 Hill

PERSONAL
BLOD DONORS
U RGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 & $12 Rh negl
ative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9-4.
Wed. 1-7 18-21 years old need par-
ent's permission
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
Ftc
EXPERIENCED VOCAL INSTRUCTOR
Former University instructor, grad of
Royal College of Music, London, and
the Munich Conservatory, is accept-
ing voice students for lessons in her,
home. Call Mrs. Michele Derr, 668-
8884. 44F22

PERSONAL

BUSINESS SERVICES

RM. FOR 2 PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 44CTC
ROOME FOR RENT weekly with cook-
ing. NO 3-3491. 34020
SUBLET SERVICE
We rent for you. We have tenants now.
Student Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
versity, 662-6591. 46Ctc
SINGLE BDRM in 4-man duplex mod
building behind "the Wheel" 543
Church St., '769-1726, ask for Eliot.
35CTC
LIMITED SPACES still available at Uni-
versity Towers. Call 761-2680 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. .for further information. 56C20
SUMMER RATES now available. Also,
8 mo. lease. Call 761-2680 for further
information. 58020
ACCEPTING APPLICAIONS
FOR NEXT FALL
ALBERT TERRACE
Modern Bi-level apartments
1700 Geddes

STARNATIOlN EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
TANAIO Ewn k in her home. Thesis, eChncaI
We the PINK PANTHERS of the TAR- fywork fin hom. is, tecnic
(NATIOlN stand on a platform of typing , stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Teddy Bears, Junket and Chanel No. Call Jeanette, 971-2463. l2Jtc
5. Babies are our business, our only
business. Is it true that Apt. 5 booze NOW ON CAMPUS
has a pH of 9? Lh e F Campus MultiService
All Power to ALL the Panthers! .F typing

RIDE WANTED to Cleveland area an
Feb. 6. Please call 769-0155. 4G23
USED CARSI
'57 CAD-Ail power, A/C, 42,000 miles.
$250/offer. 663-7989. 28N22
LOOKING for a goaodused car with
good terms but short of time? Let
me do your shopping for you. Connie
Wegner, 665-9871 between 6 and 7
p.m. Thursday and Friday. 29N20

FOR SALE-Villager type dresses, jump-
ers, like new, Call Jan, 665-0436. 26B19
KENMORE Tank Vacuum in ex. cond.,
with attachments. $22. 971-3237. 30Btc
BEFORE buying any type of sewing
machine, check our price and service
policy. EXAMPLE: New National port-
able complete $39.90. Viking Sewing
Center, 110 W. Huron. 761-3094. 34Btc
MUSICAL MDSE.,_
IS

GIVE SOMEONE the second issue of
Generation-even if they take it to
bed. 55F21
nShI-MOSHi-i like Japanese pop
muilsic; want to hear: Sukiyaki, Kon-
ichwa, AkaChar. Call Prakashisan,
665-2529 eve. Domo. 43F18
TVs for RENT
19" Zenith portables, free service and
delivery, no deposit required. Call
Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 9Ftc

pr11iting
thesis service
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
prompt, accurate, low price
7Jtc
Fast Accurate Professional
Typing and Xeroxing
TOTAL TYPING
SERVICE
714 Packard
Phone 769-5462

KARELN_

Happiness is being together and doing GUARANTEED TO R A I S R YOUR
our own thing in our own way. Love, GRADE POINT average and your self
SANDY. FF confidence with a minimum of effort.
_.___ _____......_ - - Doubtful? Send today to: Better
I WANT TO BUY: Speech, Dept. B-4, 4926 N. Monticello,
M EN'S SKATES Chicago, Illinois. 38Ftc
BE_ AS a

VW BUS, 1964, Deluxe sunroof camper. AIOU 1V , RPAIRKJ
snow tires, radio, gas heater, engine _,____
overhauled, power defroster. 662-6195. FOR SALE-Bookshelf speakers, aboutE
24N22 $50 ea. AM-FM Stereo radio, about
1967 FIAT 850 coupe in good shape. 60.662-1252. 30X21
$950. 769-5905. 25N23. TRADE-IN SPECIALS
VW BUG. 1965. Excellent. Valve. Must Guitars Amplifiers
sale. Call 663-6447. 26N23 Fender Gibson
__________________ __.__ _ ..._____________ Electric guitars start at $490.00
'68 OPEL, good condition, 18,000 miles, Flat top start at $19.88
radio, snow tires, $1100. Call Steve. APOLLO MUSIC CENTERI
761-6873, evenings. 27N23322 S. Main 761-9430 28X22

(Hockey or Racer)
Size 9-10. Call Bob,r769-4289.

FF RIEF' CASE take
F x noon. Contents
me. Return toI

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8F22

UY YOUR GUITAR? Call 769-3919. M,
Th, F, S, Sun. eve. 42F22

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LOST-Men's watch in the Arb on Sun.,
Jan. 18. If found, call 764-9717. FE

-----

YOU DON'T HAVE to be one to drive
one, but it helps. 1970 Maverick. Call
Connie, 662-3261 between 6 and 7 p.m.
13F24

1969 F AT 124 Spider. Low mileage,
must sell. Call (1) 543-2785. 21N22.
1963 Renault Offers Negotiated.
Needs minor repairs. Call 563-7362.
23N19
1964 CORVAIR Monza. 4 spd. Good
conditipn. After 5, 769-0533. 22N21

apartments and rooms.
Living Quarters, 1217 8. Uni-
662-6591. 47Ctc
AVOID THE RUSH!
r apartment for the summer
e have two-bedroom, one
m the Law Quad. Air con-
. Balcony. 761-9634. 48019
UMMER & FALL
rnished 2 bedrom upits. 4-
to campus, parking, 4-8-12
Forest Glen Apt., Mgr, No.
$. Forest Ave. After 5 p.m.
41Ctc
MS in a house. Kitchen priv-
ear Stadium and State. 1505
t Call Chris or Ron fat 764-
-9818 any time. CF
U +
ANNOUNCES
L RENTALS
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apart-
all
761-8055
op by our.rental office at
735 Packard
6OCtc
'RM ROOMS at legal frater-
e parking, 1 blk from Union,
board. Peter Weinbaum.
*; 5ctc
2 PEOPLE Inl mod. S-man.
campus. 663-9462. 430TC
W APTS.: short and long-
s. l and 2 .bedrm. Furn. and
starting at $160/mo. short
g term leases. All .Hotpoint
es and dishwasher, disposal..
ties urn. except. elec. 761-'
l for appointment. 17C22
ARGAIN CORNER
i s Store
CH TO OU.R
CH-CAGR I°N
E PRICE OF
LEVI'S
GOING UP

1965 MG-B Roadster. Black,
wheels, good cond. $700 or best
764-4923.

wire
offer.
18N19

761-1717 or 665-8825
55Ctc
CAMPUS - 2 bedroom furnished. Appli-
cations now taken for Fall 1970. 721
S. Forest, see mgr. apt. 102. 32CTC
ROOMMATES WANTED
GRAD FEMALE needed for 2-man com-
fortable apt. near campus. $65/mo.
Call Linda, 662-005.. 36Y20
4TH MAN NEEDED - Mod. apt., near
campus. $55. Call 761-7389. 37Y24
WANTED-Female roommate to share
one bedroom apartment. Call Diane
after 5:00 at 971-7944. . 38Y24
EXTREMELY large modern apartment
near Rackham needs one girl. $40 per
month. 663-4980 or 769-2059. 39Y24
MALE NEEDED for 2 bedroom, 3-man
apt. $55/mo. 663-5817 after 6 p.m.
35Y22
4TH MAN NEEDED to complete mod.
bi-level on campus. Immed. occup.
Call Sue, 66i5-0490. 40Y23
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for mod. 2-
man, 2-bdrm, furnished apt., A/C,
parking, dishwasher, real nice place.
$90/mo. Call 663-6091 between 6 and
12 p.mx. 2?Y18

WANTED TO BUY
NEED 2 HARVEY tickets Feb. 6 or 7
evenings. Call 769-7019 for Ginny.
4K25
HARVEY-Need two tickets. 663-3511:?
5K24
WANTED-Two tickets to Harvey. Call
NO 8-6408. - 6K24
ATTEN. ART STUDENTS-We buy un-
dergraduate and graduate prints, ce-
ramics, and jewelry. For more info.
call 349-2512 after 9 p.m. 3K20
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 160, $185. Call 769-1727. 4Z22
DOWNTOWN HONDA: New and used
cycles -- parts. Accessories, service,
storage. 310 E, Washington. 665-8637.
34Ztc
ZF

SONY TAPE deck. Good cond. 8 mo.
old. Reasonable. 764-0838. 31X19
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001.#
Xi
HEATH KIT AR-14 30-watt receiver.
Excellent cond. $105. 769-7396. 26X19
VIKING 433 stereo-tape recorder, 3
head. Also other stereo components.I
769-5705. . 27X19
GOYA 12-STRING. Ex. cond. All new
strings. 769-5933-Mark. 29X19
FOR SALE-Kingston 12-strong guitar.
Good cond. Owner got as a present
and didn't want. Best offer over $60.
Call 769-3169 between 6-10 p.m. XF
VOX VISCOUNT Amplifier-$250. Har-
mony 12-string. Call 761-9368. 24X20.
FENDER pro-reverb amp., black, 2 12-
in JENSENS. Dave, 764-6990. 25X20
GUILD ELECTRIC GUITAR FOR SALE!
This guitar is in excellent condition,
features fine tone and a fast neck,
case included. New-$270, Now-$110.
Call Rich persistently at 662-2650. FX
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Round, tinted tortoise shell
glasses. Reward, Call 761-6270. 19A20
LOST-Cat. Black and white. Red col-
lar. 6 mo. old. Ma~Ie. "Calrk." His
brother misses him. Call 663-2014.
S20A23
LOST - Beautiful black/brown/gold
furry female cat, since Friday. Wil-
mot, Washtenaw, Geddes, Please: 665-
8759. 17A19
LOST-Red leather wallet, Wed. night,
Jan. 21 near Hill Aud. REWARD. Call
769-6672 if found. AC
LOST Jan. 22-White German Shepherd
puppy, JUPITER, in area of Diag.
Please phone 761-6860 before 6 p.m.
16A20
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREAKED OUT fluffy white kitten.
Free to good home, 663-7745, after 6.
7T21

Happ'
An

y Birthday
dy Kives

Sunday at Deli House
-A KOSHER SING-ALONG
Bob Stark and Gordy Goodman
bring your guitar,
we provide the corned beef
5:30, Feb. 1st

12

12F'19
k
k

7F20
SINGLES-Newman Grad TGIF (Feb-
ruary) Feb. 1, 8:30 p.m. 930 Dewey,
BYOB. 9F21
SPECIAL DANISH PLAYING
CARDS AND CALENDARS
and much more. For further informa-
tion and free prospectus write: NCS,
Post Office Box 97, 2750 Ballerup,
Denmark. For air-mailed reply, en-
close 50-cent stamp. 11F21
RIDE WANTED to Chicago Jan. 29, 30
or 31. Call Ariela, 764-9799. FA
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER needs fe-
male model who isn't afraid to take
her clothes off. No experience neces-
sary. $2.50/hr. Call Jim, 663-1019. ,FF
THE BLURB wishes to~ announce an
outstanding turnout at this morn-
ing's (last night's?) meeting. Right
on, blurbs!! FF
GIRLS:
A new Law Club Dating Service will
professionally match you up exclu-
sively with law students at no cost.
Send the following information
which must include name, address,
phone number, height, and interests;
which may include a picture, age,
year in school, and anything else. All
information will remain confidential
and available to law students only.
Mail to Law Club Social Commit-
tee, c/o Lawyers Club, 551 S. State
Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
72F19
DEAR FRIENDS,
Problems in classesaDifficulties with
Profs.? . . Adminishtration? We
can help-1018 A.H. 763-1552. FC

THINK SPRING
Order Now
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
971-4500

PHOTO SUPPLIES

1 Ztc

DOG & SENIOR seek bedroom in house-
or apt. 761-5482 eve. 45Y191
4TH MAN NEEDED-Mod. apt.. Immed-
iate occupancyCall 761-0933. 22Y20
FLUNKED OUT-1 man wanted now
thru Aug.. for mod. 2-man near-
Frieze. 761-1384. 24Y19
4TH MALE roomniiate; needed. Campus~
location. 769-5993 or 663-6448. 47Ytc
31D FEMALE roommate needed. Vam-
pus location. 769-7571 or 663-6448.
46Ytc
WANTED TO RENT
DUPLEX or BI-LEVEL, Unfurn. wanted.
Reliable University employe seeks one
bedroom, modern unfurnished apt.,
with off-street parking. Looking for
quiet, permanent place to live. Write'
K. R. Schuman, 2924 Birch Hollow
Dr., No. 1B, Ann Arbor 48104. L
WE WILL FIND your apartment for
youz. Student Living Quarters, 1217 ,
S. University, 662-6591. 7Ltd
7-8 BEDROOM HOUSE for 8 respon-
sible juniors, Contact 764-4743 or
665-7071 for fall occupancy. 8L21
9 GIRLS looking for house close to
campus. Will take 12 month lease
starting spring. Call 764-8654 or 764-
8665. LF
HELP WANTED
JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG
WOMAN. Coordiiate college fashion
council activity and develop high
school program. Young America Cor-
poration. Good pay. Call M. Strachan,
971-2000. 1H22
BAB-SITTER-Light housekeeping. 1
to 4- mornings per week, 8 a.m.-12.
Faculty family. Near campus. $1.50/
hr. 663-4728. 50Htc
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER - For new
company, 4-5 hours weekly. Prefer
grad. student, accounting, some ex-
perience necessary. Call 761-6977.
491121
DESK CLER and PORTERS.4Part
time only. Pleasant working condi-
tion sand excellent wages. Call or
visit Mr. Wilcox at Holiday Inn East,
3750 Washtenaw, 971-2000 or 665-4444.
48H2O

OR SALE-Nikrom t FT with Nikon
Soom 1,4 lens. Th ough lens meter-
ing. $225. Call 769-3169 between 6-10
p.m. DT

POETRY, FICTION, DRAMA, ART, questions. S.
PHOTOGRAPHY, ESSAY
are now being considered for pub- WEAT]
lication in the U of M Inter-arts The all new Wet
magazine, GENERATION. All ma- flunce that WA
terial submitted will be carefully print good an
read, criticized, and returned if not gans and stori
used. Manuscripts may be left at short, and if p
the main office, Student Publica- Example-Nixon
tion Building. Issues will appear in your father sho
February and late March. For fur- is Agnews. Bri
ther info: Ron, 769-7358, Jim 665- the Daily and
4636, F j bulletin board
- ____ - written on the
ALTERATIONS HANG ON TO Y(
Viking Sewing Center, 110 W. Huron Return" bottles
Fitting hours: 12-5:30 Mon., Wed., Fri. ed en masse in
761-3094
24Ftc
___ ___..._ __... -M A Y
GIRLS-If you want to go to a spiffy E
party this Thursday night, call 665-
8906 FC Roundtrlp
GIVE EARTH A CHANCE! FF for U. of
WORLD V
BOYCOTT the Hi-Phosphate detergents 211 S. State St.
that are killing our lakes and wild- Dial: ON-A
life-Use "All," "Whisk" or "Diaper
Pure" which have 50% less phos-
phate. FF BSINES
PAINTING-All kinds. Four years ex- - -- - -
perlence. Call 662-4736. F TYPING-Thesis,
_ - - Polly, 769-3536.
WEATHERNATIONE -
By order of the central committee on 1
terrorism and trashing, the revolution
has been postponed for ten days. The DOe
new date for the uprising of the Typing, Prin
masses has been set at March 6,-Conferenc
-the RVI FFC c
VOX.Sound- Call The
VOX Sound Columns-w/covers. Best7
offer. Jim, 662-5373. F 7 -4
Date TYPING-IBM S
perience. All ty:
Write fr free questionnaire. Match-A -----_. - _-
Date of Michigan, 328 . Main, Suite --
No. 2, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104. 10F29
WANTED-Chick sports car freak to eye
car show. Dave, 761-7728. 70F20
BAR MITZVAHS COI
Weddings, picnics, wakes, personal por-
traits. You name it and I'll photo- FILMS I
graph it. Thomas R. Copi, photog-
rapher. 761-9092 or 764-0552. FF
THE APARTMENT 5 Story, Installment
79-An actual conversation overheard
at the Apt. 5 dinner table.
Question, "If the contraction of 'to
wit' is twit, then what's the cntrac-j
tion of 'to what?"" H RT
Answer, "It's on the tip of mTHURS
tongue." FB
£

2-JUNE 22
APE $165
jet from Detroit
M. community
WIDE CHARTER
(near Paraphernalia)
-TRIP (662-8747)
59F36
SS SERVICES
term papers, etc. Call
11J24
ASIK
sI All'
ting, Transcribing.
es aid Mailings
Professionals
1i46or 47
30J50
slectric. Ten years ex-
pes of papers. 971-2806.
10J22

Order
Your
Subscription
Today
764-0558

en from League Friday Open
sworthess except to
Law Library Desk. No
Estep. 48F20
'ERNATION
eathernation staff an-
TEATHERNATION will
ti-administration slo-
es. They have to be
ossible not too heavy.
, pull out now, like
uld have. Or-No news
ng in contribution to
stick them on the
with Weathernation
m. FB
OUR "No Deposit, No-
-They will be return-
March. FF

S8-5 Mronxday through Friday
8J22
"Ni'
WIN
I
/D

NEWSREEL BENEFIT
FOR
NFERENCE ON REPRESSION
NCLUDE THESE SMASH-HITS:
Prison Interview with BOBBY SEALE
-YPPIE
-MAY DAY
--SSD
ct CAN TERBURY H OUSE
DAY, 7 P.M. and 9 P.M. 75c

FOR SALE
SI1RE MICROPHONE with stand and
boomo. A set of golf clubs, too. 764-
0913. 3380
BLACK SEAL akin coat, size 8-10, ex-
ce1leiit condition. $30. Call 769-5029.
34B20

SKI BOOTS-His, size 10, $15: hers, size SIAMESE KITTENS for. sale. 6 weeks
7 $9. 663-7248. 35B20 old, litter trained. 663-3718. 8T20

READ GIANT Slalom Skis 205 cm.,
Marker binding, Nevada Toe, 51 inch
poles. Good cond. Ca11,Dave,.769-3184.
31B21
FOR SALE: SKI BOOTS. Pair Heierling
custon-made 6-buckle, size 91-10.
Fibergiassed, used 2 seasons. Call 761-
5347. BF

NQRWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, xegis-
tered breed. Call 483-5973. TX
PERSONAL
BILL C. AND A - (r.f.) Saturday's
TRAUMA-1952 offers tearful apolo-
gies . . . 46F22

AGAiN !
Price
Now
DEN IM:
7.00
on Front 5.98
Shrunk
ipper 6.50
CKETS 7:.98
psack) 8.00
(Flares) 9.00
'NWA

Price
March
Tst
7.50
6.50
6.98
9.00
8.50
9.50
ND

$10 per mo nth
FREE Service and Delivery
---NO7 DEPO}SI T REQUIRED--- f
CALL:
662-5671
SERVING BIG 10 SCHOOLS SINCE 1961

SAVE $
m s Store
2 E. Washington

PI

FREAK to babysit for 2 me. old. Call
Jan, 665-0436. 43H119

T D(ticket-day)
FO R
TICKETS
WILL GC ON SALE
BEGINNING FRIDAY, JAN. 30
11:00-4:00

BOOKSTORE
YPSILANTI
This new store carries more trade (non-text) books
than any other in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area.
Unusual 1970 calendars, thousands of paperbacks,
lots of them used, some hardbacks.
101% OFF
ON ALL BOOKS
Mon.-Thurs.-9-9; Fri.-9-6; Sat.-12:5:30
We think we're interesting-

Maybe we can
light your fire.

Or in Accountir
Research and

A

a e

Development,
Chances are, we can. or Marketing,.

Particularly if
you're interested
in Engineering
or Management
positions.

The only way to find
out is to see the Alc
representative when
he arrives on camp

Sit down and rap with
him awhile.
It could be a blazing
success.
o Get together with
o Alcoa.
U February 5, 6,.1970
An Equat Opportunity Employer
A Plans For Progress Company

We hae you will.

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