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January 30, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

Page Five

For

Direct

Classified Service, Phone

764-0557

Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

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UNCONT TRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LINES 1 day
2 1.00
3 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 220
9 2,40
10 2.60
INCHES
1 2.60
2 4.90.
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 1 1.70

2 days
1.60
2.15
2.60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
4.55
4.95
4,95
9.50
13.50
17.35
21.10

3 dy s
2.35
3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6.65
7.15
7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31.40

4 days
3.00
4.05
4.05
4.65
6.35
7,20
7.90
8.70
9.30
9.30
17.85
25 :50
33.45
41.40

5 days
3.65
4.85
5.90
6.90
7.85
8.85
9.75
10.65
11.35
11.35
21.75
31.15
40.95
51.15

6 days
4.20
5.65
6.90
8.05
"9.25
10.40
11.45
12.60
13.60
13.30
25.40
36.65
48.30
60.50

add.
.60
.80
.95
1.15
1.30
1.745
1.55
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80

I Additional costs per day after six days,
I Ads that are 11/, 2 , 32, etc. inch size will be billed at the
overage of the lower and higher inch rote.

FOR RENT
FURNISHED APT. to sublet. 1 bdrm.,
close to hospital and campus. Call
before. 3p.m., 761-9256 4024
WE NEED desperately 1 man efficien-
cis and houses for rent immediately
for Sall.662-6591, Student Living
Quiarters. fiC27
3 BEDROOM, nicely furnished 1%z of
duple with fireplace, separate din-
ing - room, wall - to - wall carpeting,
parking, lots of privacy. Girls only
pleas.
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
1Ct
UBLET UNTIL June or rent till Aug-
ust. Mod. furnished 2 or 3-man.
Campus lac. 761-1770 eves. 3Ctc
FEMALE ROOMMATES needed to com-
plete several apartments. Close to
campus. Cal 71280 9 p .m.-5 p.m.
57020
APTS. FOR FALL-Campus locations-
q3-man, 1 bdrm. from $195; 2 bdrm.,
2-man from $210. Contact 663-1761 for
moderately priced mod. apts. 52023
1346 GEDDES-Near Observatory-Male
only; huge sleeping room; newly fur-
nished; avail, immediately. 668-6906.
51tc
APPLY NOW FOR SUMMER OR FALL
oderm 1 & 2 Bdrrn. Apts.
LARGE UNITS '
Directly on Campus
MODERN APTS. I NC.
668-6906
50Ctc
N CAMPUS apartments and rooms.
Student Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
versity, 662-6591. 47Ct43
SUMMER & FALL
Deluxe furnished 2 bedron units. 4-
man, close to campus, parking, 4-8-12
month. Forest Glen Apt., Mgr. No.
102, 927 S. Forest Ave. After 5 p.m.
662-6156. , Ct
O ROOMS in a house. Kitchen priv-
.ilege. Near Stadium and State. 1505
Whte St. Call Chris or Ron at 764-
0562 or 665-9818 anytime. OF
WINTER TERM ROOMS at legal frater-
nity. Fre parking, 1 blk from Union,
mandatory board. Peter Weinbaum.
761-9220. 'Sctc
M. FOR 2 PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 43CT0
SHOREVIEW APTS.: short and long-
terRn_ leases. 1 and 2 bedrm. Furn. and
unfurn. tating at $160/mo. short
and long term leases. All Hotpoint
appliances and dishwasher, disposal.
Ali utilities furn. except. elec. 761-
3404. Call for appointment. 17C22
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
ALBER T
TERRACE.
1700 IEIDDE
arge and luxurious 2 bedroom bilevel
apta, completely furnished an car-
peted. Convenient to hospital and
campus areas. 3-5 man. Featuring:
1%s baths
dishwasher
balcony or patio
air conditioned
spacious closets
soundproofed
off street parking
storage and laundry faciilties
Inquire at lobby office Monday thru
Friday 1:30-5:30, Saturday 10-1 or
phone 761-1717 ior appointment.
CHARTER REALTY
5C t
UMMER RATES now available. As,
8 mio. lease. CGall-71-280 fr further
information. 58020
IN LE BDRM in 4-man duplex mod
building behind "the Wheel" 343
Church St, 769-1726, ask for Eliot.
35CTC
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's 'Store
MUCH TO OUR
CHAGRI N
THE PRICE OF
LEV1'S
IS GOING UP
AGAIN!

FOR RENT
Geddes-Observatory Area
Renting for Fall
Four-man, nicely furnished, air-condi-
tioned, wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, lockers, laundry facilities,
parking. Heat and water included at
$70.00 per man. Dishwasher optional.
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
2Ctc
RM. FOR PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 44CTC
ROOME FOR RENT weekly with cook-
ing. NO 3-3491. 34C20
SUBLET SERVICE
We rent for you. We have tenants now,
Student Living Quarters, 1217 . Uni-
-versity, 662-6591. 46Ctc
CAMPUS - 2 bedroom furnished. Appli-
lations now taken for Fall 1970. 721
LIMITED SPACES still available at Uni-
versity Towers. Call 761-2680 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. for further information. 56020
S. Forest, see mgr. apt. 102. 32CTC
RESERVE YOUR APARTMENT
NOW FOR NEXT FALL!

HELP WANTED
BABYSITTER for 1 yr. old in my home.
Mother of one small child or mother
to be welcome. 761-6624. 2Htc
BABY-SITTER-Light housekeeping.. 1
to 4 mornings per week, 8 a.m.-12.
Faculty famrily. Near campus. $1.50/
hr. 663-7428. 5Htc
Part Time RECEPTIONIST wanted from
now until April 16 by income tax
firm to work in office at ARBOR-
LAND. No experience required. Those
selected will earn TOP PAY. For ap-
pointment phone 971-8220, after 5
phone 663-5117. 3H22
TEACHERS - Fall openings, colleges,
private schools. Others. Some foreign
locations. Cline Teachers, East Lans-
ing, Mich. 48823. 4H24
WANTED-COEDS to sell a completely
new product. Very good profit. If
interested, write to P.O. Box 4627,
Toledo, Ohio. , 35H141
JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG
WOMAN. Coordinate college fashion
council activity and develop high
school program. Young America Cor-
poration. Good pay. Call M. Strachan,
971-2000. 1H21
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER - For new
company, 4-5 hours weekly. Prefer
grad. student, accounting, some ex-
perience necessary. Call 761-6977.
49H21
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1 way ticket, London-De-
troit, $115; by Jet; Aug. 26, 1970. Info
Call Pete, 665-5728, 36B21
SHURE Microphone with stand and
boom. A set of golf clubs. 764-0913.
33B30
ONE FIRST Balcony ticket to the musi-
cal 'Cabaret.' Will bargain. Call 665-
7649 for Kathy or 662-1543 for Karen
or Drew. BB
BLACK SEAL skin Boat, size 8-10, ex-
cellent condition. $30. Call 769-5029.
34B20
SKI BOOTS-His, size 10, $15; hers, size
7, $9. 663-7248. 35B20
HEAD GIANT Slalom Skis 205 cm.,
Marker binding, Nevada Toe, 51 inch
poles. Good cond. Call Dave, 769-3184.
31B21
FOR SALE: SKI BOOTS. Pair Heierling
custom-made 6-buckle, size 9V2-10.
Fiberglassed, used 2 seasons. Call 761-
5347. BF
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
BEAUTIFUL MINK Coat. Size 14.
Mother's. Call 769-0981 or I will wear
it out. BD
SKIS, 1967 Kneissle white wings, 200
cm., only used twice. Best offer. 663-
9142. 28B20
KENMORE Tank Vacuum in ex. cond.,
with attachments. $22. 971-3237. 30Btc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
DRUMMERS
Learn rock, jazz, or reading at your
pace - contact Harlan Goldberg, Al
Nalli Music, 313 S. Main, 663-2866.
32X24
WANTED - Stereo equipment for no
more than $150. Want a good deal.
764-6639. XA
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001.
X

VW BUS. 1964, Deluxe sunroof camper, LOST AND FOUND
snow tires, radio, gas heater, engineNU
overhauled, power defroster. 662-6195. - _-Ro dtie trissll
24N22 LOST - Round, tinted tortoise shell
glasses. Reward, Call 761-6270. 19A20
1967 FIAT 850 coupe in good shape. LOST-Cat. Black end white. Red cal-
L950.Oa69R5905. 25N23c
lar. 6 mo. old. Male. "Calrk." His
VW BUG. 1965. Excellent. Valve. Must brother misses him, Call 663-2014.
sale. Call 663-6447. 26N23 20A23
'68 OPEL, good condition, 18,000 miles, LOST Jan. 22-White German Shepherd
radio, snow tires, $1100. Call Steve, puppy, JUPITER, in area of Diag.
751-6873, evenings. 27N23 Please phone 761-6860 before 6 p.m.
16A20
1969 FIAT 124 Spider. Low mileage, r ----
must sell. Call (1) 543-2785. 21N22 PETS AND SUPPL IES

_ _ _ 14F23 - Happiness is being together and -doing
1.2 SECONDS from Angell Hall by et. our own thirng in our own way. Love,
WILD FLOWER by . SANDY. FF
516 E. William I WANT TO BUY:
Above Campus Bike Shop !

USED CARS BUSINESS SERVICES PERSONAL
'57 CAD.-All power, A/C, 42,000 miles. TYPING-IBM Selectric. Ten years ex- T.G.I.F. Fri., Feb. 6, 9 p.m., on 21 or,
$250/offer. 663-7989. 28N22 perience. All types of papers. 971-2806. over, 1440 Hubbard. 15F23
LQOKING for a good used car with -- -J22 BUY YOUR GUITAR? Call 769-3919. M,
good terms but short of time? Let EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires Th, F, S, Sun. eve. 42F22
me do your shopping for you. Connie work in her home. Thesis, technical ------ - -- - -
Wegner, 665-9871 between 6 and 7 typing, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric WEATHERNATION
p.m. Thursday and Friday. 29N20 Call Jeanette, 971-2463, 12Jtc Watch out-thore's a narc about-end
_mariuana prohibition. Free all po-

PERSONAL
WEATHERNATION
Off all the pigs: Free Free Sinclair and!
all political prisoners. Off Sheriff
Harvey. FC
THE BLURB is getting very annoyed
at not' receiving any mail. He hereby
informa the U.S. Mails that they'd
better get to work! FD
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
KAREN,

50F2(j

1964 CORVAIR Monza. 4 spd. Good FREAKED OUT fluffy white kitten. L
condition. After 5, 769-0533. 22N21 Free to good home. 663-7745 after 6 LOST-Men's watch in the Arb on Sun.,
W A NTEDtTONBUY7 5 a 67T21 Jan. 18. If found, call 764-9717. FE
WANTED' TQ BUY '_...__- -__- _-- -------
SIAMESE KITTENS for sale. 6 weeks YOU DON'T HAVE to be one to drive
WANTED-HARVEY tickets, 4 for Sat old, litter trained. 663-3718. 8T20 one, but it helps. 1970 Maverick, Call
eve., Feb. 7 or 2 for mat or eve., Feb. Connie, 662-3261 between 6 and 7 p.m.
7 . 1. Call 665-7525. 8K2 NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, regis- 13F24
7 br 14. Cali 665-7525. 8- 2 tered breed. Call 483-5973. TX --_.__' ''''_.___ -- _ - -_.__._------------
Need 2 tickets for H arvey -----Sunday at Deli House
PH©T SUPLIES-A KOSHER SING-ALONG
Call 761-8014 all day Sat, or Sun. 7K22 P!HBOTO SUPPLIES -A S IrNnd G -ALrGvGom

MEN'S SKATES
(Hockey or Racer)
Size 9-10. Call Bob, 769-4289. FF
POETRY, FICTION. DRAMA, ART,
PHOTOGRAPHY, ESSAY

tfa prisones SmahROCOf
DuPont, Off Nixon and all pigs, FC
Female Vocalist
Wanted
FOR SINGING GROUP
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
CALL LARRY, 434-0779 AFTER 5 P.M.

PERSONAL
$9 SALE
Pants Suits. Jump Suits. Dresses, etc.
WILD FLOWER
516 E. William
Above Campus Bike Shop
1F20
WEATHERNATION
Free Huey and all political prisoners.
GIVE SOMEONE the second issue of
Generation-even if they take it to
bed, 55F21
TVs for RENT
19" Zenith portables, free service and
delivery, no deposit required. Call
Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 9Fto
GUARANTEED TO R A ISE YOUR
GRADE POINT average and your self
confidence with a minimum of effort.
Doubtful? Send today to: Better
.Speech, Dept. B-4, 4926 N. Monticelo,
Chicago, Illinois.. 38Ftc
HANG ON TO YOUR "No Deposit, No-
Return" bottles-They will be return-
ed en masse in March; FF
WANTED-Chick sports car freak to eye
car show. Dave, 761-7728. 70F20
MAY 2-JUNE 22
EUROPE $165
Roundtrip jet from Detroit
for U. of M. community
WORLD WIDE CHARTER
211 S. State St. (near Paraphernalia)
Dial: ON-A-TRIP (662-8747)
59F38

.are now being considered for pubs
lication in the U of M inter-arts
magazine, GENERATION. Al ma-
terial submitted will be carefully
read, criticized, and returned if not
used. Manuscripts may be 1ft at
the main office, Student Pu blica-
Stion Building. Issues will annpear in
February and late March. For fur-
thier info: Ron, 769-7358, Jim 665-
S 4636. .F

NEED 2 HARVEY tickets Feb. 6 or 7 FOR SALE-Nikromat FT with Nikon
evenings. Call 769-7019 for Ginny. Soom 1.4 lens. Through lens meter-
4K25 ing. $225. Call 769-3169 between 6-10
- --_ p~rn.DT
HARVEY-Need two tickets. 663-3511. - _-._____.___ _.
5K24 PERSONA L"
WANTED-Two tickets to Harvey. Call - ----------- ---
NO 8-6408. 6K24 WEATHERNATION
- Free the Ann Arbor .Six a~d all po-
ATTEN. ART STUDENTS-We buy un- Flitical prisoners n, FC i
dergraduate and graduate prints, ce- ------- --- - . -- . _-
ramics, and jewelry. For more info. TO THE inquisitive girl in Menden- -
call 349-2512 after 9 p.m. 3K20 hall's 404 class-s
Even a fool who keeps silent
BUSINESS SERVICES is considered wise;
____________________ When he closes his lips,
-- - -- ' he is deemed intelligent.
TYPING-Thesis, term papers, etc. Call dmproverbs 17.:28 FE'
Polly, 769-3536. 11J24 ------
__..___-___.__ - THE ONLY PLACE in An Arbor to buyI
NOW ON CAMPUS her diamond engagement ring.
CampuS MultiService CHECK IT.;

nuu ; rx x~tu avry vme
bring your guitar,
we provide the corned beef
5:30, Feb. 1st

7F2C

SINGLES-Newman Grad TGIF (Feb- ATR IO
ruary) Feb. 1, 8:30 p.m. 930 Dewey,.ALTERATIONS
BYOB. 9F21 Viking Sewing Center, 110 W. Huron
Fitting hours: 12-5:30 Mon., Wed., Fri.
SPECIAL DANISH PLAYING 761-3094
CARDS AND CALENDARS _24Ftc
BRIEF CASE taken from League Friday
and much more. For further informa- noon. Contents worthless except to
Lion and free prospectus write: NCS, me. Return to Law Library Desk. No
Post Office Box 97, 2750 Ballerup, questions. S. D. Estep. 48F20
Denmark. For air-mailed reply, en -____________
close 50-cent stamp. 11F21 BAR MITZVAHS

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WEATHERNATION
Dig the iceburgs .

FC

Weddings, picnics, wakes, personal por-
traits, You name it and I'll photo-
graph it. Thomas R. Copi, photog-
rapher. 761-9092 or 764-0552. FF
PAIITING-Ail kinds. Four years ex-
perience. Call 662-4736. F

CHARTER REALTY
Fine Campus Apartments
S. .UNIVERSITY & WASHTENAW

665-8825
32Ctc
ROOMMATES WANTED
4TH GIRL wanted. Call 663-6374. ,41Y
ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3-man
apt. Own room. Close to campus. $60/
mo. Call 663-2014. . 42Y25
MAN NEEDED for 3-man. Negotiable.
Call after 5 p.m., 663-5423. 43Y22
NEED 4TH GIRL for modern apt, at
320 E. Madison. Until May. Call 761-
5996. YE.
I ROOMMATE WANTED, preferably.
friendly to share 1 of three bdrms. in
a happy house. Excellent location.
Note! Cheap! Call 668-6616. 44Y22
GRAD FEMALE needed for 2-man com-
fortable apt, near campus. $65/mo.
Call Linda, 662-1005. 36Y20
4TH MAN NEEDED -- Mod. apt., near
campus. $55. Call 761-7389. 37Y24
WAN ED-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.
35Y29
4T1F MAN NEEDED to complete mod.
bi-level on campus. Immed. occup.
Call Sue, 665-0490. 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 6Yand
12 p.m. 2?Y18
4TH MALE roommate needed. Campus
location. 769-5993 or 663-6448. 47Ytc
3RD FEMALE roommate needed. Cam-
pus location. 769-7571 or 663-6448.
46Ytc
WANTED TO RENT
DUPLEX or BI-LEVEL, Unfurn. wanted.
Reliable University employe seeks one
bedrQom, 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
you. Student Living Quar-ters, 1217
S. University, 662-6591. 7Ltc
7-8 BEDROOIMt 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
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
THINK SPRING
Order Now
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
971-4500
iZtc

typing
printing;
thesis service
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
prompt, accurate, low price
Fast Accurate Professional
Typing and Xeroxing'
TOTAL TY PING
SERVdICE
741 Packard

AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University 663-7151 F
BILL C. AND A - (r.f.) Saturday's
TRAUMA-1952 offers tearful apolo-
Jtc gies 46F22
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
We're Here Again!
GRAD M IXER NO. 2

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THE APARTMENT 5 Story, Installment
80-Contrary to popular opinion, Apt.
5 booze does not have a pT of 9 but
a pH of 2-it's acid! FE
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
BLOOD DONORS
U RGENTLY N EEDED
$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

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TH E DAILY
SPORTS STAFF.
BRING US
U P TO DATE
Come In Any Afternoon
420 MAYNARD

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Phone 769-5462
Open 8-5 Monday through Friday1
8J22
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SUNDAY, FEB. 1
8 P.M.-Admission 25c
at The House-1429 HFll

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FOR SALE-Bookshelf speakers,
$50 ea. AM-FM Stereo radio,
$60. 662-1252.

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TRADE-IN SPECIALS
Guitars Amplifiers
Fender Gibson
Electric guitars start at $490.00
Flat top start at $19.88
APOLLO MUSIC CENTER
322 S. Main 761-9430 28X22
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-
imony 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
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Cleveland area on
Feb. 6. Please call 769-0155. 4G23
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M&F 10-9; TWT 10-7; S 10-6
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Starting salaries, depending on education and experience, range from $9,169.00
to $15,000.00, and increases will follow systematically as you assume additional
responsibility. Further, you will enjoy the varied career benefits and other ad-
vantages of Federal employment without the necessity of Civil Service"certifi-
cation.
Check with your Placement Office for further information about NSA, or write
to: Chief, College Relations Branch, National Security Agency, Ft. George G.
M1i Md . 20755. Attn: M321. An eanl onnortunitv mnlver. M&F

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Button Front
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7.00
5.98
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7.98

7.50
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6.98
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