ay, January 10, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
y, January 10, 1970THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
U NCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
1 3 50
Additional costs per dova fter six days.
Ads thot are 1%1, 21/.2 31/, etc. inch size will be billed at the
overage of the lower and higher inch rate.
3RD GIRL WANTED for neat, attrac-
tive, 3-girl'apt., 5 minutes from Frieze
Bldg. Call 662-8504. 21C9
YOUR OWN ROOM, in large house
with fireplace, washer and dryer. Call
769-3215 after 5. 2204
LOOKING for a nice womb with a
view? 663-0157./$110/mo. 2306
SINGLE ROOM for male. Close to cam-
pus. $60/mo. thru April. 665-0263. 24C4
1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. at 414 8 Divi-
sion. 665-7288 or 761-0944. 2504
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to sublet
4 1 bedroom, furnished apartment. Close
to Frieze Bldg. Call 761-1181. 2605
1 MAN, basement with refrigerator and
bath, near campus, lease 'til May.
769-7179. $90. 27Ctc
NEED AN APARTMENT
MEET YOUR MATCHMAKER
0 2 modern apartments available now
9 Several apartments seeking room-
r Reserve your Charter apartment now
for next fall.
Fine Campus Apartments
S. University and Washtenaw
3 ROOMS, furnished, campus, 1 or 2
man, utilities paid, no cooking, $25
week. 769-0773 or 761-2942. 1704
Modern Apts., Inc.
WANTED-1 GIRL to share apartment.
Phone 769-7466 between 11:30-12:30
a.m. or 5:00 p.m.-7.00 p.m. 208
3 MALE UNDERGRADS need fourth for
roommate. 761-6519 after 7. 21Y8
FEMALE ROOMMATE for 2 bdrm., 2-
man. $85. 718 Monroe. 665-8033 or 769-
1 MAN NEEDED for modern, quiet, bi-
level, 1 block from campus. Must rent.
Call Bruce at 761-8412. 23Y5
ONE GIRL NEEDED for three bedroom
four-man. Modern, close to campus.
Call 761-0563. 24Y7
FIFTH GIRL needed to fill large, mod-
ern apt. Upperclassman preferred.I
Close to campus and hospitals. Call
769-1580 or stop in at 525 Walnut,
2 MEN NEEDED for mod. 4-man. 1 blk.
from campus. $70/mo. 769-1742 eves.
or 763-0161, ext. 6 daytime. 21Y8
ROOMMATE WANTED. Own bedroom
in soundproof apt. Dishwasher, park-
ing, 4 mo, lease. 1 block from campus.
Call 663-7369. 13Y6
ROOMMATE for 3-man, winter term.
$60 ma. Near campus. 761-8341. 14Y7
FOURTH MAN wanted to live with law
students. Modern 2 bdrm. apt., $75/
mo. 4 mo. lease. 320 Madison, No. 6.
MALE ROOMMATE wanted; share apt.
on W. Madison. 769-0338. 18Y4
SECOND MAN to share AA apt. Nice.
Ideal for Grad student, professional
man. $65. 769-2935. _ 19Y6
1 OR 2 GIRLS needed immediately to
complete comfortable modern 4-man.
7 mn from campus and hospitals.
$62/mo. Call 761-5208. 16Y5
MALE STUDENT to share apt. winter
term. Call 761-0502. 10Y5
NEED GIRL for 4-man. Air-cond.,
carpeting, dishwasher, nice interior.
$68/mo. Immediate occupancy. 761-
NEEDED-1 Girl for 4-man. Arbor For
est Apts. Call 761-6338. 3Y5-.
ONE CHICK needed to take over lease
in two-man. Own bedroom. Sunny.
MOD. 4-MAN at521 Walnut, No. 10
needs 2 male-. 761-5642 or NO 8-6906.
ROOMMATES for four-man. Near hos-
pitals, campus. $65 mo. 663-4980. 11Y6j
NEEDED-TUTOR for Chem. 225. 769-
BABY SITTER, mother's helper for fac-
ulty family. Mon. and Wed., 12:30-4.
$1.50/hr. Near campus. 761-6440f 15H4
EXPERIENCED babysitter to sit every
Sun. morning. Must supply own
transportation. 971-8678. 9H5
BABYSITTER, Thursdays and Fridays,
12-6 p.m., own transportation Call
971-8310 after 6 p.m. 17H4
STUDENT NEEDS readers for guidance
and counseling text materials. About
5 hrs./wk., $1.50/hr. Phone 761-3227.
Part-time teller positions to work Fri.
a.m. and Sat. a.m. available to exper-
ienced tellers. For an appointment,
telephone Mr. Eman, 761-2211. Huron
Valley National Bank. An Equal Op-
portunity Employer. 4Htc
JOBS! JOBS! and more JOBS! Stu-
dents, Teachers. Stateside and Inter-
national Jobs. Recreational Jobs;
Year-round Jobs; Summer Jobs. All
occupations and trades. Enjoy a va-
cation while you earn. Hurry! The
best jobs are taken early. Write:
"Jobs, PO Box 475, Dept. OP 13-1,
Lodi, Calif. 95240. 33H8
NEEDED: Baby sitter and housekeeper.
Starting Feb. 2, ending June 6. $2.00/
hr. Mon, Wed, Fri. 10 am to 3 pm.
Must have own transportation, must
be good with children. Call 769-2595
for interview. 2Htc
MEAL JOBS: need full k i t c h e n
crew. Theta Delta Chi, 700 S. State.
WAITRESS WANTED: parttime day or
night. Omega Restaurant, 105 N. For-
COED TO BABYSIT nights in exchange
for room and board. 662-3529. 7Htc
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS-needed for
IM competition. No experience neces-
sary; we will train; good pay. Organi-
zational Meetng - Monday, January
12, 1970, at 7:00 p.m. in the IM build-
ing Wrestling Room. 6H4
COUPLE or 2 girls to care for 5 chil-
dren, ages 3-13. Jan. 17-20 and/or
other weekends. 764-7529 (days) 665-
5917 (evenings). 10H6
3 TICKETS each to NY Pro-Musica,
Nikolais Rampal & Segovia. Good
seats. 665-0457. 4B5
r j UUI co urs atosttous anaiiu lo ~ngwait?
POTTERY CLASSES. Schoolhouse Pot-
tery Studios.WF, 1-4 p.m. $50, 10 wk.
663-7114. 663-3801. 13F3
A YOUNG inexperienced eager youth of
19 needs experienced women to teach
him art of loving. Call 769-7038, ask
for Fred. FE
HELP NEEDED in alleviating America's
hunger problem. Amply available;
however, not forthcoming. Pulitzer
Prize winner Nick Kotz examines food
industry and government reluctance
in supplying low-cost fortified foods
for the poor, while supplying same to
foreign underdeveloped countries. In
this month's HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
America's First Monthly. On sale now.
WOULD A SINCERE GIRL want a sin-
crere guy (23)? Interests: camping,
exploring, traveling. Jack Lee Herold,
Box 49, Marshall, Mich. 7F5
WILL THE young lady who delivered
the sailor to the L.A. Y.M.C.A. please
call Rick, 764-3070. 12F7
PERSONAL _?PERSONAL MUSICAL MDSE.,
SAVE $75-500 the day you buy her MSA-Our last semester, suddenly let's RADIOS, REPAIRS
diamond. cram everything in at once, but very CRAIG 2106 portable recorders 5." Un-
AUSTIN DIAMOND, 1209 S. University slowly of course! Here's to hockey used Xmas present. 764-1763. 3X4
663-7151 and sweaters that match and of.,
F 1 - -- - a -a +n -a --+-- -- -a 1- - - 4+1
kisses, lpa FF
PROSPECTIVE SECONDARY School
Teachers for M.A.'s, M.A.T.'s, Ed. M.'s,
M.S.'s, or above. Revolutionary ap-
proach to job-hunting. Nationwide
directories of positions: public, inde-
pendent. Deadline: Jan. 15. Inexpen-
sive. Applicants write: INTERCEPT,
IBox317, Harvard Square P.O., Cam-
3 bridge, Mass. 02138. 1F4
Ann Arbor bookstore owners are
retaliating. Buy discriminatingly.. FF
HELP SAVE EARTH. F
GUARANTEED TO R A I S E YOUR
GRADE POINT average and your self
confidence with a minimum of effort.
Doubtful? Send today to: Better
Speech, Dept. B-4, 4926 N. Monticello,
Chicago, Illinois. 38Ftc
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
instruments and accessories, new and
used Lessons, repairs. 209 S. State
665-8001. 10 a.m,-7 p.m. X
FOR SALE-SPINET PIANO
Wanted, responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinetI
,sno. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby-
ville. Indiana. 2X14
Save now on top line Guitars beforea
A TLO MUSIC CENTER
32" S. Main 761-9430 .
'69 JAGUARE XKE roadster. 6800 miles,
like new, wire wheels, radio, etc. 971-
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1964 BUICK LeSabre. Power steering,
power brakes, good engine. Best offer.
1966 FORD SUPERVAN. Good condition.
$700. Call Mary, 761-1709. 2N3
'68 FAIRLANE conv., exc. cond., auto..
wide oval tires, scarifice--Need tui-
tion! Can take over payments. '64 T-
Bird, new paint, brakes, snos. 769-0133.
1965 MGB-Good condition, must sell.
$700. Call 761-2927 after 6 p.m. 1N6
FOR SALE-'65 Shelby American GT
.350, white 'with blue racing stripes.
Good condition-new Michelin x tires,
new brakes and exhaust systems. Call
after 5 p.m. 769-5260. 4N8
PROFESSIONAL TYPING: papers, the-
ses, dissertations, etc.dReasonable.
Possible pick-uip and delivery. C.all
822-9057 (Detroit). 29jtc
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires of-
fice work in her home. Typing, tape
transcribing, addressing, folding. 761-
PAPERS, ESSAYS. REPORTS, THESES
-Perfect copies now only 7c on over-
night service, use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures. and yet be as-
sured of copies that even look better
Sthan the original from the new Xerox
3600. We supply 20 weight copy paper
free. Documents stored in office safe
for complete safety on request. Im-
mediate service during business houva
9c per page. Discount Photocopy Serv-
9c pt r page. Discount Photo(-cpoy Serv-
ice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560. 8Jtc
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette. 971-2463. 12Jtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SAVE A PUPPY-Give a home to a little
dog before he must be sent to the
Happy Hunting Ground. Spot over
one eye. Phone 769-5336. TF
LOST AND FOUND
"IN THE YEAR OF THE PIG"
Jan. 14, 15, 16, 7 & 9, Nat. Set. Aud. AL
_11F8 Viking Sew
THE APARTMENT 5 Story, Installment Fitting hou
69-Need we say more? FE
USC blurbs-THE BLURB. FFL
WANTED: POWER.. . for the middle- BLO
class. "Professional Radical"Saul 1iURGIE
Alinsky explains how the hung-ups Iv.J
majority must be empowered to re- $7.50 Rh pC
lieve its own frustrations before it ative. Mon
can proceed to relieve the suf ring Wed. 1-7 1
of the poor; and describes m hods ent's perm
of organizing for action, via graduated Michigan C
sales tax, stock proxies, chewing gum. 404 W
In this month's HARPER'S MAGA-
ZINE. America's First Monthly, On
sale now. 19F3
MERCENARY SOLDIERS wanted for LOST
Caribbean Island revolution. No ex-
perience necessary. Call 764-6635. Ask LOST-VW k
for George. FF 663-5775.
ing Center, 110 W. Huron
rs: 12-5:30 Mon., Wed., Fri.
ositive. $10 & $12 Rh negl
., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9-4.
8-21 years old need par-
Community Blood Center
. Michigan, Ypsilanti
T AND FOUND
key ring and set of keys.
FOUND-Frustration, bertayal, physica
LIN's U.S. fund-raising campaign.
Read Sara Davidson's revealing diary
of the Irish Revolutionary's 13-day
American education. In this month'
HARPER'S MAGAZINE, America's
First Monthly. On sale now. 2A3
irhe Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
a ance and the University of Mich-
gan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
,rimination in the University com-
nunity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
4TH MAN NEEDED. Own room; 4-bdrm,
house, 10 min. from campus. $70/mo.
FOR NEXT FALL
Modern Bi-level apartments
761-1717 or 665-8825
5TH MAN for 5 bedrom house. 662-9414.
CONGENIAL DOUBLE in large house.
Fraternal atmosphere. Call Karl at 769-
1891 after 8. 103
WINTER TERM ROOMS at legal frater-
nity. Fre parking, 1 blk from Union,
mandatory board. Peter Weinbaum.
ROOMMATES WANTED. Two grad busi-
ness students have large 3, bdrm.
modern apt. at 1000 Oakland, No. 101,
Looking for 3rd or 4th. Stay till May
or sign lease with us to August at
lower rate. 663-5646. 1006
3 BDRM. FURN. APT. $150. 426-5843.
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE or covered parking space. 764-
GIRL WANTS APARTMENT for winter
term-will share. Lisa, 663-2005. 1L2
GARAGE TO RENT. 723 Packard, near
LEVIS Galore For
Gals and Guys!
LEVI'S STA PRES
"White" Levi's .
.. . $6.50
ROOM FOR RENT weekly, with cook-
ing. Call 663-3491. 120W-
3 BDRM. HOUSE for rent immediately.
Good location. Call 663-0749, 1403
Fine Campus Apartments
1335 S. U.-665-8825
PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE
721 South Forest, 663-6052.
Efficiency to let
1 minute from Diag
SPACE AVAILABLE for girl(s) in mod-
ern apt. Call 663-7777. 1308
4TH GIRL for mod. apt. close to cam-
pus. 4 month lease. Rent negotiable.
NEAR CAMPUS, sparkling clean &
freshly painted, 2 bdrms, full base-
ment, habitable attic, furn., brand
new range, refrig., bunk beds. Will
rent to 4 students or married couple
w. small children for $260/mo. plus
util. Call evenings. 434-2395. 1106
WANTED: POWER . . . for the black
revolution. Veteran black leader Bay-
ard Rustin contends that violence,
separatism and ultimatums do not
a revolution make; that true revolu-
tionary reform will come only through
trade unions, coalition politics and
the Democratic Party. In this
month's H A R P ER 'S MAGAZINE,
Americ 's First Monthly. On sale
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
DOWNTOWN HONDA: New and used
cycles - parts. Accessories, service,
storage. 310 E. Washington. 665-8637.
BABYSITTER NEEDED now for whole
winter term. Mon.-Wed.-Fri., 12:45-
3:15. NearBurns Park. $1 per hour.
Ring 665-8170. 191111
GIRL ENGINEERS WANTED
Michigan Technic needs help-Lots of
benefits. Call Dave at 761-0746. Stop
by office at 3077 E. Engin. 21H6
WANTED: POWER . . . for the voter.
Sen. George McGovern pins the Chi-
cago Debacle on "manipulated pri-
maries" and "rigged delegate selec-
tion." Read his plans for saving the
Democratic Party by returning it to
the people, in "The Lessons of 1968."
In this month's HARPER'S MAGA-
ZINE, America's First Monthly. On
sale now. 20113
MANAGING EDITOR NEEDED
-MUST WANT MONEY
-MUST LIKE MIAMI
-MUST GIVE 6 HRS./WK.
-MUST KNOW A SMALL AMOUNT j
of art, layout, and copy
-.NO HOPE OF ADVANCE
you'll already be on top
For more information call Dave at
761-0746 or leave your name at
3077 East Engineering
WANTED-Accounting major with 271
and 272 and tax accounting or pres-
ently taking it. B or better average
in accounting. Part-time work. 663-
HOUSEKEEPER for professor's family.
May live in. Under 30. $55/wk. 662-
6021 eves. 14H4
GE 14" PORTABLE TV, $45. Marker
ski bindings, $10. 761-6996. 3B7
FOR SALE: teak frame 3 pillow sofa
matching armshair & large lamp
table. $80. Phone 663-1089. 1B4
FOR SALE: one pair 81a man's ski
boots. Call Dave, 761-0902. BF
BEFORE buying any type of sewing
machine, check our price and service
policy, EXAMPLE: New National port-
abie complete $39.90. Viking Sewing
Center, 110 W._Huron. 761-3094. 34BtcI
SCRECAN RODJENDAN SNEZANA.
SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR THESIS
Comparing cognitive styles of-women.
Must be wife of graduate student,
17-29 yrs. old, non Catholic, native
American, not pregnant. Call Merilee
day or night, 764-9552 or 665-0007.
"CONFESSIONS of a White Racist."
Texas-born tarry L. King recounts his
tortured attempts to dispel half a
lifetime of inbred hatred; discovering
that the black birthright of petty
humiliation has caused more hatred
and violence than the lack of social
or economic opportunity. In this
month's H A R P E R ' S MAGAZINE,
America's First Monthly. On sale now.
GUITAR LESSONS from experienced
teacher. $2.50/%1 hour. Call 663-9462.
BLURB, BLURB, BLURB. THE BLURB.
"The Times, They
Solids and Plaids
Over 7000 Pairs of
Levis IN STOCK
122 E. Washington
THE BLACK STUDENT
at THE HOUSE
1429 HILL ST.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11
Jewish Activist League
Opening of Student Art Show
4:00 P.M.-Creative Service Committee
4:30 P.M.-THE HOUSE PLAYERS-au-
dition for August Strindberg's "The
5:30 P.M.-First Deli of the new decade
corned beef and conversation for all!
TUESDAY. JANUARY 13
law as a tool for social change
opportunities for the study of law
at law schools in Michigan
" the law school application
Ronicfrnfinn Bryn i_1'