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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daily classifieds

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WANTED TO RENT
NEED CHEAP 2 bedroom apt. Spring
term. Call 764-8640 or 42. 45L83
GRAD SEEKS efficiency or room with
cooking privileges. Will pay up to
$55. 761-3293. 42L

USED CARS
1963 RAMBLER. $200. 37,000 actual mi.
662-0017. 9N83
1963 JAGUAR XK-E Coupe, glow mile-
age, many new parts, MUST SELL
IMMEDIATELY, $1600 or best offer,
call 764-9571. 23N83
1967 JEEP. New top, new wiring, War-
ren hubs, $1400. 662-1312. 24N83
JAGUAR MK II: 1963, sedan. Michelin
XAS tires, 55,000 mi., 663-4758. 26N83

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUILD GUITAR
Mahogany finish. Excellent. $145.
APOLLO MUSIC CENTER
322 S. Main 761-9430
29X83
PANASONIC component sterto system
with AM-FM stereo radio. Excellent
condition Binke, 764-9686. 28X83
FENDER Vibrolux, extra speaker, $100.
Fender Bassman, no speakers, $100.
Farfisa organ, amazing condition.
769-6774 11X67
USED CARS
TR-4, 1963, red-; includes Tonneau and
other extras. Ex. cond., only 35,000
miles. $750. 665-7295 ,after 5 p.m. 10N82
'63 VW-Good cond. Snow tires, lug-
gage rack. Ex. cond. Cheap. Call
Lenny, 761-5949. 17N83
TR-4, '64. Very strong. Many extras.
663-7978. 19N83
1968 AMX 390, 4-speed, many extras.
Exc. cond. 434-0609. 14N82
TR 6
1969 Triumph, dark blue, low mileage.
$2850. Call 764-9057, 12N82
'66 MGB, green convertible with hard-
top, also new engine. Call 665-2264
after 5:00. 4N82
'63 CHEVY BISCAYNE. (Good condition,
cheaper than you think. Call 665-
2747. Harriet. 663-0749. 6N82
1966 BUICK SPECIAL-very clean, xlnt.
mech., new ,/trans., clutch, u-joints,
3-spd. $775/offer. 761-5911. 2N82
'64 FORD, P.S. new tires, run cond.,
$200. Call 662-7206. 11N79
1960 MGA 1600; rebuilt engine, ;pare
parts, $500 or best offer. Call 665-9344
after 5 p.m. 5N68
'68 SHELBY COBRA, GT 509, Red, 12,-
000 miles, ex. cond. 434-1942. 48N82
1968 FAIRLANE 500 conv. Sacrifice!
Great rubber, auto., PS, V-8. Any
reasonable offer. 769-0133. 16N82

VOLVO 144
1967, red, auto. trans., AM-FM, New
tires, exc. cond. 761-7080. 27N83
Best lend and traveling companion-
THE FLASH! '63 Chev., orange - Call
Ritch, 769-0029. 25N83
'64 FORD, P.S., new tires, run cond.,
$200. Call 662-7206. 55N78
AUSTIN-HEALY SPRITE, 12,000 miles,
1 yr old, excellent condition. Still
warranteed. Call Gary, 769-6582.
34N7E
MGB-GT '68, Blue w/extras. Excellent
cond. Call 769-6986. 28N76
65 OLDS, 385 hrspw, 4 barrel engine.
$600? Call Sue at 764-0360 (8-5), 662-
7219 evenings. 25N76
FINANCE YOUR CAR, U of M Students
Credit Union, lain Floor-Michigan
Union. Credit available now to all
U of M students. 18N82'
'68 PONTIAC LeMans, 2-door sport
coupe, 4-spd. trans., 350 V-8, Rally-II
wheels, R&H, excellent condition. Jim
Blann, 761-9579. 18NP3
FOR SALE-'67 VW, Beige, single own-
er, teacher, complete maintenance
records, new battery/tires, radio. 761-
7091 after 5. 21N82
VW CAMPER, late 1968. Excellent con-
dition. 663-2871. 22N82
1960 TRIUMPH TR-3 Roadster. Good
body, new brakes, battery. Convertible
and hard tops. Reasonable. Glen, 662-
9550. 20N83
'68' SPRITE; 14,500 miles, excellent
cond. $1400 or best offer. 761-0202.
11N82
1962 TR3. Very sharp. Needs some work.
Will include 1956 TR3 for parts. Will
haggle. 761-6152. 13N82
A CLEAN, tight car driven by a clean
tight school teacher. '67 Do;ge, AM-
FM radio with reverb. Reg. gas, snow
tires. 663-0175. 34N83
1965 M.G.B, black,.wire wheels, good
cond. 764-4923. 5ON80
'68 MG Midget Red Convert., 10,000 mi.,
ex. cond., ziebart radio. Must sell.
$1800 or best offer. 665-3800, 5-7 p.m.
49N82

USED CARS
'67 VW, beige. New '68 rebuilt engine.
$1300 or best offer. 663-8871. 28N83
TRIUMPH, '66, TRGR-6,000 miles. Call
665-2379 after 4:00 p.m. 29N83
1961 VW-Body rusted but/ex. mech.
shape and good tires. Great for dune
buggy. Best offer. 761-9485. 30N83
1964 CORVAIR 4 sp. Good condition.
Best offer. 769-0533. 31N83
'70 MAVERICK, 4 months old. For sale.
Call Charley at 761-6199. 32N83
1959 XK 150 JAG, needs body work.
Call 665-5259 nites, must have $500.
33N83
FIAT 850 Spide-1967
Red, 22,500 miles. Call 665-2393. 35N83
FOR SALE
PRINTING EQUIPMENT, 15x34 proof
press with cabinet. 21 drawer, slanted
top type cabinet, assorted type gal-
leys, cheap, ideal for sharp, clean
prints, posters, etc. 761-3760. 48B83
MAXI-COAT, red vinyl, size 10. Oleg
Cassini originally. $80/best offer.
Diane, 764-8633. 4B83
FURNITURE SALE, 10-6, 4/18, 19. 423
Cross. 769-4549. 50B83
SPECIALS - Bride's ma;ds dresses, 4
and 5 in group $24.95; Wedding
gowns: $39-74; Lodge dresses: $19.95
and 24.95. Several large size dresses
while they last. Open daily 10-8:30
ap.m.' and Sunday 'til 6 p.m. Lou's
Bridal Shop. 971-3711. 32B82
NOW ON SALE
SPRING GENERATION
at
Ulrich's University Store
Follett's Herb David
Slater's Discount Records
Bob Marshall's Centicore
So Take A Look!
38B80
RECORDS!
Oldies! 20,000 in Stock. Send 35c for
2,000 lsting catalog. Mail Orders
Filled. RECORD CENTER, 1895 W.
25th, Cleveland, Ohio 44113.
Record Tapes
5Btc
PERSONAL
STUDENT DESIRES PAINTING, all
types. Four years experience. Call
662-4736 FD
DESPERATELY need three tickets to
May :graduation. Call 769-0227 after
5 p.m. F82

PERSONAL
Down home cooking.
POT LUCK dinner.
Canterbury House
Fri., April 17
6 p.m.
$1.25 for food and fun
44F82
DESPERATELY NEED 3 tickets to gra-
duation. Help please. Barb, 764-2557,
eve. 668-8350. 27F83
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY at a
price you can afford. Speedy and re-
liable quality on all aspects of photo-
graphy. Call RICHARD LEE, 761-
9452 before noon or after midnight.
43F83
"MAKE SELLING out a less painful
experience-sell your books at Stu-
dent Book Service." 48F83
ROOMMATE or roommates to share apt.
in Wash. D.C., this summer. Call 769-
5935. Ask for Ron. 28F81
TO THE 3rd FLOOR UGLI THIEF -
Keep the money, but please send ID
and contents or leave at library desk
REWARD - no questions asked!! A.F.
29F82
WHAT'S UP? the WILD FLOWER bou-
tique. Up on the 2nd floor at 516 E.
WILLIAM. 30F83
ONE TIME ONLY. Premiere showing of
George Manupeli's new film, RIDE,
DR. CHICAGO, RIDE, starring Alvin
Lucier, Mary Ashley, Steve Paxton,
Viera Collaro, lnd the Wong Sisters.
8:00 Monday, April 20, 1970, Architec-
ture Auditorium. FREE. 33F83
A closet without something from WILD
FLOWER is just a bunch of clothes.
WILD FLOWER boutique, 516 E. Wil-
liam, 2nd floor. - 31F83
$30 REWARD: Desperately need 3 bed-
room house. Call 663-7777. For fall.
35F83
ANYONE interested in working on or
living in a %/2 way house for mental
patients and students contoct Den-
nis White, 663-5635 after 6 p.m,
36F83

PERSONAL

37F83I

Going home for the summer? Take a
part of the Ann Arbor scene with you
from WILD FLOWER - the unique
boutique. 516 E. William (above the
bike shop). 32F83
TRAILER OR VAN? Take cycle to Phil-
ly. $. Cosmic Police. 665-2774. 39F83
YEAR, HALF-YEAR scholarship, for
Phys. Ed. major to teach in Chile.
Info, Suzanne. 764-2912. 40F83t
FREE ROOM and BOARD in exchange
for shared care of elderly man. Call
after 6. 663-4523. 41F82
SUMMER IN ITALY with SAE
663-4995 evenings
Transfer credit & travel; small groups
15F83
MALE GRAD seeking meaningful rela-
tionship with white gay, will share
luxury 2-man on-campus apt. Confi-
dentiality assured. Occupant, Box
502, Ann Arbor 48107. 6F82
GUITARISTS NEEDED: Bass or lead to
play with serious rock group this
summer ($$). Call Les 663-9733, Jerry
663-5812 or Greg 482-9666. 5F82
SECURITY! TheMichigan Daily at your
door five times a week starting May
7. Order today (any weekday) at 764-
0558. F82
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
RELUCTANT laundry girl at Hamburg/
Hoosier Sagittarian / Philosophy dis-
cussion-Please write Gemini Libra-
rian, Box 15, Michigan Daily, 420,
Maynard, AA. 13F83

MANIPURI (India) DANCE
LESSONS
Beginners - Experienced
Register: Tues. 6:30-7:30 p.m.
1420 Hill St.
Information: Roy 665-2383
Lois Lange 761-8283

PERSONAL
IF YOU have extra graduation tickets,
call 769-5247. I'm in need. 12F83
SOCIAL - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES -
Nationwide directories of positions.
All relevant fields. Accurate. Current.
Inexpensive. Information write: Socio-
com, Box 317, Harvard Square P.O..
Cambridge, Mass. 02138. 24F83
MOTHERS with babies 6-12 months.
Will pay $2.00 to have both partici-
pate in a study of normal lifant de-
veopment for my doctoral thesis in
developmental psychology. Mrs. Mere-
dith Kimball, 764-6573 or 971-5588.
9F82
WANTED - Audience for PIRATES OF
PENZANCE. April 15 thru 18. Contact
668-6300. 19F83'
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
GIRLS. Easy counting and pkg. job
in NW Detroit, starting bet. May 1-
10. Kux Mfg. Co. 14575 Meyers. Call
Mrs. V. at 491-4406, 27F82
WEDDING candids a spec;alty. For the
best quality at the cheapest rates
for any aspect of photography, call
RICHARD LEE, 761-9452 before noon.
F8?
LEARN WHILE your earn. (up to $10)
-Help a grad complete his thesis.
You will be paid for completing pro-
grammed instruction exercises. Call
764-0508 (ask for Christy) dur;ng the
day. 761-2028 evenings (ask for Gene).
33F7E
IF YOU HAVE found something and
want to find its owner-Call us and we
will run an ad for you free for three
days. Ftc
WHY BUY a mass produced wedding
ring? Have a unique ring personally
designed. White or yellow gold.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Call Jhan, 769-7550. 34Ftc
STOP!
Being hassled! Let us battle the ele-
ments for you . . . weather or what-
ever . . . We'll find you a place to
live. Student Living Quarters, 1217 S.
University. 662-6591. 4Ftc

PERSONAL

TWO TICKETS - London-Detroit. Aug
6. Jet. Call Mark, 662-4637. SF82
FREE U Steering Committee Meeting-
Come share dinner with us and help
Free U. 1120 S. Forest, 5:30, Sun. 45F82C
WHO SENT T.K. a Nov. 3 '68 applica-
tion.-T.K. 46F83
Straight from his sta:ring role in
A Funny Thing Happened
On the Way to the Forum"
MILES GLORIOSUS tonight
47F82
NEED CAR Fare Rome-Sell Boows at
Student Book Service. 49F83
Cong ratu tat ions
to BOB STARK on
Harvard Med ! -
-us. 43F83
RETURN FLIGHT - London to Detroit,
Aug. 6, $115. 769-1489. 49F82
TIRED OF LOOKING for a place to
live? Student Living Quarters can
probably help you . . . stop in for
a cup of coffee and we'll tell you
what's available, for what rent ana
what our deal is-1217 S. Univ. 2Ftc
DO YOU WANT TO BUY TICKETS, OR
HAVE TICKETS YOU WANT TO SELL
OR TRADE? READ AND USE THE
NEW DAILY CATEGORY, TICKETS
FOR QUICK RESULTS. F
BY POPULAR DEMAND
JAZZ PARTY
Tonight, April 17, 914 Lincoln (near'
Hill). If you play jazz, bring your
instrument.
9:00-? Listeners welcome. Donation
50F82
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mounting does not guarantee
the quality of the major diamond in
the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
Univ. 663-7151 11F

Friday, April 17, 1970
PERSONAL
TVs FOR RENT
19" Zenith portables, free service and
delivery, no deposit required. Call
Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 26Ftc
COUPLE NEEDS 1-bdrm. apt. for fall-
will take sublet with fall option.
Under $135. 763-0832 or 662-2650. FB
SUNDAY SPECIAL- Bowling, 3 games
$1. M Uniioni. 1 p.m1.-midnite. 34F'82
SPRING BREAK in Acapulco, $209, 4/29
to 5/6. Call Barry, 761-6359. 20F82
PEACE-REVOLUTION
SEMINAR
Spring Half-3-4 Hrs. Credit
Call Rich if interested-764-0737
12F78

NEED SOME TLC? Join The Michigan
Daily now and' avoid the fall rush.
For individual attention, call Judy,
764-0552, afternoons. FF
FREE PARKING
FOR MOTORCYCLES
ACROSS FROM SAM'S STORE
3F82
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 & $12 Rb 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
WEEKLY ENCOUNTER GROUP - feel-
ing oriented interpersonal growth ex-
perience. Call 663-7616. 43F82
WE'LL PAY you five dollars cash for
each available rental house that you
bring us. We need them for now, the
summer, and the fall-just bring us
the address and landlord's phone
number, we'll qualify it, then pay
you - Student Living Quarters, 1217
S University, 662-6591. 29Fte

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ENVIRONMENTAL CON FLICT-
LEWIS LAPHAMVON ALASKA; MARSHALL FRADY ON HILTON HEAD

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HAVE MAY-AUG. Det.-Lon. Ticket-
Would like to trade for May-Aug.
NY-LON ticket. Call 761-6683 or 764-
0552. Ask for Steve Koppman. Leave
messages. 10G83

MA9

SOPH SHOW 1970
Proudly Presents
CENTRAL COMMITTEE

Director
Bob Colby
Assistant Producer
Sally VanderWeele
Assistant Director
Teri Stafinski
Orchestra Director
Joseph Laibman
Costume Design
Carol Goodman

Light Director
David Bloch
Make-up
Ann Born

Treasurer
Bruce Jamerson
Tickets & Ushers
Kayla Jaffe
Karen Harbeck
Programs

Set Design & Tech
Director

Kathy Kosobud
Stephen Preyfuss
Props
Julie Wagner
Melanie Wallace
Publicity
Charles Horvath

Sara Fitzgerald
Linda Friedman
Secretaries
Julie Allen
Cathy Nanienye
Jill Maling
Stage Manager
Dirk Langeveld

V

Vocal Director
"eth Lindberg
Choreography

Kathy Hamby Ellyce Ruben

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imust
elieve
At last, the entire story. With all
the pieces in place. Acclaimed jour-
nalist Seymour Hersch's definitive
account of the My Lai massacre.
It's a 30,000-word documenta-
tion of how it happened and why.
For those who are unable to fathom
the depths of the tragedy. And
those who still can't believe it hap-
pened.
Hersch walks you through the
nightmarish event. never forget-

matic testimony of the Vietnamese
survivors and reveals how the mili-
tary brass reacted and how the
story first saw daylight.
Finally, he looks at how Amer-
ica took the news. And how it
didn't.
Seymour Hersch has already re-
ceived three major awards for just
breaking the story. Now he has it
all. A major event in journalism.
Plus, in the same issue, thirty-

on how Hilton Head, South Caro-
lina may be the first Southern town
to shun the secular religion of in-
dustrialization in favor of beauty
and solitude and peace and nature,
thanks to a strange new coalition
that is being welded around the
issue of ecology.
In addition, Igor Stravinsky
writes on the performing arts, Sen.
ator Fred Harris questions the
emerging Republican "majority,"

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