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Tuesday, February 3, 1 970

THE Iv1ICH1GAhJ DAILY

Tuesday, February 3, 1970THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For

Direct

Classified Service, Phone

764-0557

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

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
LINES 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days add.
2 1.00 60 235 300 3 65 4 20 .60
3 1.10 2.I5 3.10 4.05 4.85 5 65 .80
, 4 1.35 2 60 3.75 4 05 5.90 6 90 .95
5 1 55 3.00 4.35 465 6 90 8 05 1.15
6 1.80 3 40 4 95 6 35 7.85 9.25 1.30
7 2:00 3.75 5 50 7.20 8.85 10.40 1.45
8 2.20 4:15 610 7 90 9.75 1 1.45 1.55
9 2.40 4.55 6.65 8.70 10.65 12.60 1.70
10 2.60 4.95 7.15 9.30 1 1.35 13.60 1.80
INCHES
1 . 2.60 4.95 7.15 9.30 11.35 13.30 1.80
2 4:90 9.50 13.80 17.85 21.75 25.40 1.80
3 6.95 13 50 19.75 25.50 31.15 36.65 1.80
4 8.90 17.35 25.55 33 45 40.95 48.30 1.80
5 t0.70 21.10 31.40 41 40 51.15 60.50 1.30
Additioarla costs per day ater six days.-
Ads that are 1't/, 212, 3, etc. inch size will be billed at the
overage of the lower and higher inch rate.

ROOK MATES WANTED
YOUR OWN ROOM in 4-man. Sublet
until Aug. Inquire 331 Catherine or
call 662-2290, after six. 46Ytc
ROOMMATE for 4-man, modern apt.
close to campus. $65/mo. Call George,
662-2371 or 761-3502. 45Y26
4TH GIRL NEEDED to complete mod.
bi-level on campus. Immed. occup.
Call Sue, 665-0490. 40Y23
NEED 4TH GIRL for modern apt. at
320 E. Madison. Until May. Call 761-
5996. YE
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 BUY
WANTED: two tickets to Harvey. Cali
764-7717. 10K27
WANTED-2 Harvey Tickets; call Nancy
769-6579. 11K26
WANTED-2 or 4 Harvey tickets Fri.,
Sat., or Sun. perf. 662-2290 after six.
12K24
WANTED: 2 tickets to Segovia. Call
761-6084 or 761-3274 ask for Mike. 13K28
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
PETS AND SUPPLIES
NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, regis-
tered breed. Call 483-5973 TX
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technicalj
typing, stuffing. etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jtc
TASK
Does It All !

HELP WANTED

PERSONAL

LIBERAL MINDED female photo model, EVERY HOMBRE: Bring your pointed
No experience nec. Starting $3/hr. hat to our next revolutionary gather-
Call 665-7539, Jim. 5H26 ing in the fishbowl; we will again,

FOR RENT
3 BEDRM. APT.: furnished, close to
campus and hospital, newly redec-
orated. 971-656. 13026
DAH LMAN APTS.
Is
NOW,
ACCEPTING
RESERVATIONS
FOR APARTMENTS
FOR NEXT FALL.
545 CHURCH ST.
761 -7600
l5Ctc
SUMMER SUBLET, lay-Aug. Female,
own bedroom. 662-9386. 14027
RESERVE YOUR APARTMENT
NOW FOR NEXT FALL!
r CHARTER REALTY
Fine Campus Apartments
S. UNIVERSITY & WASHrTENAW.

FOR RENT1
SUBLET UNTIL June or rent till Aug-
ust. Mod, furnished 2 or 3-man.
Campus loc. 761-1770 eves. 3Ctc

I.

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
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SALE
Save by the pair

BABY-SITTER-Light housekeeping. I
to 4 mornings per week, 8 a.m.-12.
Faculty family. Near campus. $1.50/
hr. 663-7428. 50Htc
TEACHERS - Fallopenings, colleges,
private schools. Others. Some foreigi1
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. 35H14
PERSONAL _
THE APARTMENT 5 STORY, install-
ment 82. Apt. 5 wishes to congratulate
its landlord, Craig Hall, for being the
most concerned .and understanding
landlord in Ann Arbor. Call him
about next year at 668-7517. (Does
that take care of February's rent,
Craig?) FF
ABRAHAM must have had one hell of
a bosom. Hezekiah 3:2 30F23
OOOOOOHHHHHHH-my stomach .
THE BLURB. F
GIRLS-are you tired of pulling on
your skirts while 'simultaneously de-
fending your honor? Then honor
THIS platonic tip and contact a
male grad student who believes in
lots of great times with no strings or
aggressive moves attached. For non-
commitment with a smile CALL Gor-
don, 761-0200. 32F23
THANK YOU Jo, Anita, Tina, Sylvester;
Lo, Jeanne, Knorpp Joan, Barb, all
the dirty kids on the other end of
the hall and everyone on 4th floor
Van Hoosen (even Kathy and Katie,
who bring us mic!). Special thanks
to Kath, world's best roommate.
You're all the greatest friends alive.
Phyl. 33F23

provide the sheet, Viva SDA-KKK-
NLF! 2F23
THE POPULATION BOMB is Every-
body's Baby. What can you do about
it? Meeting - Multipurpose Room,
UGLI. ZERO POPULATION GROWTH,
INC. Tuesday, Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m. 24F23
WART TO WIN FIVE DOLLARS?
If you've received a "classic" letter
from home (advice, worries, com-
plaints, and/or parental wisdom),
send us a copy (or excerpts). We'll
judge it for human interest, authen-
tic'ty, typicality-then return it OR
send you $5.00 (letters become our
property). ANNONIMITY GUARAN-
TEED! Send with stamped, self-ad-
dressed envelope to Box 51, Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor,
48104. 19F13

PERSONAL
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
WANTED DESPERATELY-l or 2 tickets
to Harvey-any seat, any perform-
ance. Call 769-5653 after 6 p.m. 25F23
RADICAL RESEARCH PROJECT seek-
ing info, on C.C.N.Y. Rebellion,
Spring '69. Call Tom or Bob, 769-4269.
26F26
I WANT TO MEET other nice people
who aren't hung-up. Chryl, 761-5887.
27F24
WEATHERNATION
J.P. is a F.A.G.

37F21
WE ARE getting together a new store
in which half the merchandise will
be hand-crafted items sold on a con-I
signment basis. If whatever you make
; nrcaio nd bn~ ly ired.

PERSONAL
MAY 2-JUNE 22
EUROPE $16 5
Roundtrip jet from Detroit
for U. of M. community
WORLD WIDE CHARTER
211 S. State St. (near Paraphernalia)
Dial: ON-A-TRIP (662-8747)
59F36
SAVE $75-$500 the day you buy her
diamond. AUSTIN DIAMOND, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED

$7.50 Rh positive, $10 & $12 Rh negl
ative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Pri. 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

APPLY NOW FOR SUMMER OR FALL
Modern 1 & 2 Bdrm. Apts,
LARGE UNITS
Directly on Campus
MODERN APTS. INC.
668-6906
50Ctc
ON - CAMPUS apartments and rooms,
Student Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
yersity, 662-6591. 47Ctc
APTS. FOR FALL-Campus locations-
3-man, 1 bdrm. from $195; 2 bdrm.,
2-man from $210. Contact 663-1761 for
moderately priced mod. apts. 52023
SUMMER & FALL '
Deluxe furnished 2 bedrom 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. 41Ctc

Model
2 SS125's
2 CL125's
2 CLl7S's

Sale Price
865.78
900.44
1237.20
Limited offer

Save
83.20
137.28
124.80

Order now at
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt,
971-4500
6Ztc_
DOWNTOWN HONDA: New and usedE
cycles - parts. Accessories, service,
storage. 310 E. Washington. 665-8637.E
34Ztc
ZF
- - - ...__.-__ __- - - - _ _ __
THINK SPRING
Order Now
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
971-4500

Tping, Printing, Transcribing
Conferences and Mailings
Call The Professionals
761-4146 or 47
30J50'
TYPING-Thesis, term papers, etc. Call
Polly, 769-3536. 11J24
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService
typingI
printing
thesis service
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222

Fem Ie V caI istis interesting ana reasona py price, .
Female Vocalist cal the Do It Shop, 665-8042. If no
\'Vaonted answer, 769-0352 or 662-4979. 16F25
WARNING to all concerned - Neal is
FOR SINGING GROUP cruel, mean, vicious, and savage!
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY 19F24
CALL LARRY, 434-0779 AFTER 5 P.M. SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR THESIS --
14F23 Comparing cognitive styles of women.
,_ _Must be wife of graduate student,
YOU DOi'.'T HAVE to be one to drive 17-29 years old, non-Catholic, native
one, but it helps. 1970 Maverick. Call American, not pregnant. Call Meriiee
Connie, 662-3261 between 6 and 7 p.m. day or night, 764-9552 or 665-0007
13F24 20F24
FIGHT POLLUTION! Send 50c for your THE 'S.V.D.M.P. IS COMING. P.B. SAYS
ALL A.E.P.'s BEWARE. 21F33t
"Give Earth A Chance" bumper
sticker to Pollution, 711 Arch, Ann T.G.I.F. Fri.. Feb. 6, 9 p.m., on 21 or
Arbor, 48104. 4"x15", 1 wk. delivery, over, 1440 Hubbard. 15F23
22F23
GUARANTEED TO R A ISE YOUR
ALTERATIONS GRADE POINT average and your self
confidence with a minimum of effort.
Viking Sewing Center, 110 W. Huron Doubtful? Send today to: Better
Fitting hours: 12-5:30 Mon., Wed., Fri. Speech, Dept. B-4, 4926 N. Monticello.
761-3094 Chicago, Illinois. 38Ftc
24Ftc

Order
Your
ISubscription'
Today
764-0558

prompt, accurate, low price
MISCELLANEOUS

7Jtc

Power ONLY to the People who under--- BAR MITZVAHS
stand it, respect it, and know how to TVs for RENT Weddings, picnics, wakes, personal por-
use it. 34F2t 19" Zenith portables, free service and traits. You name it and I'll photo-
delivery, no deposit required. Call graph it. Thomps R. Copi, photog
EASY RIDING Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 9Ftc rapher. 761-9092 or 764-0552. FF[,
Travel Europe with
AIR CYCLE CLUB'S
IOverseas Motorcycle $z ...:,: ..:. '.....:. j~.
deliver E':.":.:. :>s:e : t:.

665-8825

32Ctc

NOW RENTING F'OR FALL
. {ALBERT
TERRACE
1700 QEDDES
Large and luxurious 2 bedroom bilevel
apts. completely furnished and car-
peted. Convenient to hospital and
campus areas. 3-5 man. Featuring:
1% 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 for appointment,
CHARTER REALTY
5Ctc
SUMMER SUBLET-Excellent location.
House-3 bdrm., $185/mo. Utilities in-
cluced 769-3528. 12X28

WINTER TERM ROOMS at legal frater-
nity. Fre parking, 1 bk from Union,
mandatory board. Peter Weinbaumi.
761-9220. 5ctc
RM. FOR 2 PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 43CT0
SHOREVIEW APTS.: short and long-
term leases. 1 and 2 bedrm. Furn. and
unfurn. Starting at $160/mo. short
anal long term leases. All Hotpoint
appliances and dishwasher, disposal.
All utilities furn. except. elec. 761-
3404. Call for appointmeiit. 17022
SINGLE BDRM in 4-man duplex mod
building behind "the Wheel" 543
Church St., 769-1726, ask for Eliot,
35CTC
Geddes-Observatory Area
Renting for Fall
Four-man, nicely furnished, air-condi-
tioned, wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
ppsal, lockers, laundry facilities,
parking. Heat and water included at
$70.00 per man. Dishwasher optional.
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
2Cte
-_--.~_-_~_~ ~_. - 2
SUBLET SERVICE
We rent for you. We have tenants now.
Student Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
versity, 662-6591. 46Ctc
EDENBOURGH APTS.-912 Brown St.-
2 bdrm. apt. available for both sum-
mer sublet and fall occupancy: fur-
nished units include: air-cond., dish-
washer, commuter bus service, also
ample parking for all tenants cars.
Rent $57.50/man. Both 3 and 4 man
units available. For info. call 761-6156
or 761-3466 or inquire personally after
6 p.m. 11C34

1Ztc 2 GOOD TICKETS for Tues., Feb. 3S
T____ RANP- TA -N Harvey perform., will swap for any
T RA NSPO RTATI1O N other night.. 769-3987. 11M23I

$125 APT. 3 rooms, on campus, carpet-
' , et, unfurnished. 63-9?05. 971-6656.
8025
WE NEED desperately 1 man efficien-
eies and houses for rent immediately
for fall. 662-6591, Student Living
Quarters. 6027
3 BEDROOM SIX-MAN, nicely fur-
nished % of duplex with fireplace,
separate dining room, wall-to-walL
carpeting, 'parking, lots of privacy.
Girls only please.
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
ACtc
BARGAIN CORNER

INDIA OVERLAND. $204, regular trips.
39 Landsdowne Gardens, London,
S.W.S.U.K. 5G
RESPONSIBLE person wanted to drive
'68 Pougot from NYC to AA. 769-4931.
6G73
RIDE WANTED to Cleveland area on
Feb. 6. Please call 769-0155. 4G23
FOR SALE
VW AM RADIO, complete kit. Call
Tom, 761-0426. 41B25
LEBLANC CLARINET in excellent con-
dition. Call 769-0819 after 6 p.m. 42B25
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT ring and
wedding band. ?2 carat. $550 value.
Best offer over $300. 769-7471. 37B26
MUST SELL 1 or 2 Eur. '70 tickets, May
7-June 26. Cost $210. Will sell for
$175. Call Karen at 453-8433 after 6
p.m. 38B26
ONE FIRST Balcony ticket to the musi-
cal 'Cabaret.' Will bargain. Call 665-
7649 for Kathy or 662-1543 for Karen
or Drew. BB
BEFORE buying any type of sewing
machine, check our price and service
policy. EXAMPLE: New National port-
abie complete $39.901 Viking Sewing
Center, 110 W. Huron. 761-3094. 34Btc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MOTOROLA AM-FM universal model
car radio. 5 mos. old. Was $115, now
$80. 769-4523. 35X23
HIGH QUALITY 3-way Japanese stereo
speaker systems, oiled walnut cabi-
net, $149 pair. 769-2543. 36X28
COMPLETE System, 1 yr. old, $1350
new. Heath AM 15, Bozak 302A, AR
turn., Stand 681EE, Hi-jack. Best
offer. 769-5324. 34X23
WANTED-Top line used folk guitar.
761-5657. 33X26j
DRUMMERS
Learn rock, jazz, or reading, at your
pace - contact Harlan Goldberg, Al
Nalli Music, 313 S. Main, 663-2866.
32X24
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
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665=8001,
X
PHOTO SUPPLIES-

LOST AND FOU ND All makes-models-accessories
____________ __ Dept. 43 30 West 90 Street
LOST: Ladies' gold wrist watch, Sun- New York, New York. 10024
day, 7'eb. 1.Reward. If found, pleaseF CAMPUS REPS WANTED
call 769-1477. 24A26 j________ __ 31F2 '
'FOUND -Your little buckskin pouchHANG ON TO' YOUR "No Deposit, No-
coins and all. Call Righteous Rich, Return" bottles-They will be return-
663-0228. 23A28 ed en masse in March. P'
LOST-Wed. eve. A & D Aud.-Check-
book and ID. Please return. 665-0701,
763-1377. 40A23
LOST-Opal pendant near Frieze, An-
gell, or Victor Vaughn, Great senti-
mental value. Reward. Please call 662-
7602. 21A23
FOUND-Girl's grey striped slacks in
Dahlman parking lot on E. Madison.
To claim, identify and declare date I
lost. 769-7295. AA
LOST-Cat. Black and white. Red col-
lar. 6 mo. old. Male. "Calrk." His
brother misses him. Call 663-2014.
' 20A2;s
WANTED TO RENT
NEED A three-bedroom, three-man for ____
Fall term. Willing to hear any offers.
Call 761-1293 and ask for Larry. 10L28
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
you. Student Living Quarters, 1217
S. University, 662-6591. 7Ltc
9 GIRLS looking for house close to
campus. Will take 12 month lease
starting spring. Call 764-8654 or 764-
8665. LF
31

Sanr ' Store
MUCH" TC OUR
CHAGRIN
THE PRICE OF
'I S
iS GC ii' UP
AG i N
Price Price
Now Morch
i si
BLUE DEN f Nt
Sells 7.00 7.50
Button Front 5.98 5.50
Pre-Shrunk
Zipper 5.50 5.98
EVI.lACKETS 7.98 9.00
NUVOS
{Hopsack) $.00 8, 50
NUVO tFlares 9..00 9,50
SAVE $
.:.....Sam s Store
122 F. Washington

RM. FOR 2 PEOPLE in mod. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 44CTC
CAMPUS - 2 bedroom furnished. Appii-
cations now taken for Fall 1970. 721
Tr ythe oId Stuff
1,'2, and 3 bedroom apartments in no
so new houses. Call
761-8055
or stop by our rental office at
737 Packard
59Ctc
ANNOUNCES

Credit by Examination
for juniors and seniors
concentrating in English
Exams to be given Fri. &
Sat., March 27 & 28in
English 231, 350 and
Surveys-371, 372, 373,
374.
Exams in other courses
will be offered if suffi-
cient demand.
SIGN UP WITH PROF. MULLIN
444 Mason Hall by
5 P.M.-Feb. 6

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FA L L R EN TIAL NIKON SUPER 8 movie camera. About
Luxurious 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apart- 1 yr. old, fully automatic, thru the
ments. Call lens exposure, power zoom, 3-speed
-- 7 - power film drive. A real professional
761 -8055 camera. A real bargain too. Complete
or stop by our rental office at with beautiful leather case. Call
735 Packard Tom, 769-0541. Leave message if not
s i 1.

Four-fifths of our management
at Hughes-Fullerton are
engineers. So we're technically
oriented. As the chart shows, 27%
of the staff are assigned
engineering or scientific tasks in
our field of large information
systems. Another 24% have
technical support assignments.
We're set up so that draftsmen
draft; technicians work at lab
benches; and engineers engineer.

60Ctc
FURNISHED APT. to sublet. 1 bdrm.,
close to hospital and campus. Not
available until end of March. Call
before 3 p.m., 761-9256. 4C24
USED CARS_
MUST SELL-Renault, exc. cond., 16
mos. old, 10,000 mis. Best offer. Call
761-4673. 30N28
1967 FIAT 850 coupe in good shape.
Call after 5, 769-5905. 25N23

in 4D24

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To develop sophisticated
information systems, we need a
wide range of technical disciplines.
This 1968 chart gives some idea of
our requirements. One man in
five has a Masters or Doctorate in
his specialty.
. . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. r... .. .. .. .. . . r.. . . . .

Many.of our technical staff
continue graduate studies under
company-sponsored educational
programs. Each year, advanced
degrees are earned this way.
Support for fellowship programs
has steadily ipcreased. In 1959,
three Ph.D. and 15 M.S. Fellows
were supported by Hughes-
Fullerton. During the 1969/70
school year, 29 Ph.D. and 50 M.S.
Fellows are being supported.
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VW BUG. 1965. Excellent. Valve. Must
sale. Call 663-6447. 26N23
'68 OPEL, good condition, 18,000 miles,
radio, snow tires, $1100. Call Steve,

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