Wednesday, October 2, 1968
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Monday through Friday, 9:30-12:30
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OPENINGS for part-time jobs-Male.
Malloy Lithographing, 5411 Jackson
Rd. 665-6113. H4
WORK AROUND your study time. Earn
$20-50 extra per week as part-time
driver for Dominos. Over 18, honest.
responsible, rand dependable. Stop in
at 307 W. Michigan, 4Ypsi., M-F, 10-4,
or call 483-8290 for appointment. H3
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE programmers.
P P-8 or other small computer pro-
rammers., Experience preferred. Sam
usso, Information Control Systems,
Inc., 327 S. Fourth Ave., AA. 761-1600.
STUDENT with time to spare in the
mornings, must have desire to learn.
Fast growing local mail. order firm
has an unusual opening, light work,
high wages, Apply in person, Shar
Products Co., 206 Miller. Hi
GIRL 20-28 yrs old wanted to assist
handicapped college student. Week-
ends off. Room and board, $60/wk.
TUTOR: a friendly, male stud. to7
H.S. soph with4homework two
a week. 668-7624 between 7-10
MARRIED COUPLE to manage student
rooming and apt. houses. Must be
available thru April. 1970. Over 21.
Write: Mr. Rome, 2654 Raphael Rd.,
E. Lansing, Michigan 48823. H46
NEEDED DESPERATELY: Lunch time
kitchen help (also dirnner if desired).
Liberal reimbursement. 665-4530. H40
URGENT. Need kitchen help immedi-
ately. Contact Steward, 761-6515. H43
FREE DINNER to student girl who
loves to cook my dinners. Call Mrs.
Mole, NO 2-9541 10 a.m.-6 p.m. H44
HELP WANTED-Male or Female. Addi-
tional part-time help needed for days,
evenings, or weekends. Apply Mister
S Restaurant, 3325W ashtenaw near
Arborland. Phone 662-0022. 1126
STUDENT WITH INITIATIVE and
transportation needed for part-time
sales work. Flexible hours. Interesting
work. Call 313-498-2618 for interview.
NEW DIVISION OF ALCOA. 662-9726
BEARDED MARTIN WHO SHAVED AT
M YHOUSE: I was oversensitive and
nasty. I'm sorry, Carol. F5
RETURN to the Womb with the Gar-
goyle. Super huge group therapy ses-
session on Oct. 2 at 7:30 at the Stud.
Pub. All come. F2
GARGOYLE organizational and sales
meeting. All new, old and interested
staff. Wed., Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in
office, 420 Maynard. Fl
NEED ADVICE ON ACADEMICS? Stud.
counselors know more-they've been
thru it! We can only sign for hon-
ors, but we can counsel anyone in
LSA. Come to 1210 A.H., or call Dane,
WANT TdE REAL TfING on courses,
profs, loopholes? Your card signed
w/out waiting for an appt.? If you're
an Honors frosh or soph, have your
card signed by a stud, counselor.
Come to 1210 A.H., or call Dane, 761-
1965 HONDA CB160, black chrome fend-
ers, exc. cond., low mileage. Call 1-
FOOTBALL TICKETS FOR SALE! FOR
THIS SATURDAY'S GAME. CALL
HELP! We don't want our chicken to
die. If you know about chickens, call
STROBE LIGHTS FOR RENT
NATURALLY STONED FOOL apologiz-
es for HORRENDOUS B-day action. I
really do love all you FANTASTIC
people (esp. son and wet noodle.) F14
FOUND near the Union in near be-
draggled condition on the 24th of Sep-
tember: one spindle legged, bamb-
eyed chihuahua with spinal problems.
For Info. call: 764-7615. FF
HEAD MASTER SKIS, 1967 Model, used
8 times, with bindings and poles,
$115 or best offer, Call 769-0137. FF
LEARN the facts before you buy-there
is more to a diamond than meets the
eye. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. F28
BE GROUP-MINDED - Sauna with
your friends. AA Gymkhana, 662-9200.
KOREAN KARATE (Tae Kwan Do) Ann
Arbor Gymkhana, 662-9200. F14
TV RENTALS $10.00 per month. FREE
Service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals, 662-5671 today. F39
WANTED-Male Roommate for 2-man
apt. 8 mo. lease. Call 663-0120 or
1967 FORD ANGLIA. Must be sold. 30
miles per gallon; 6500 miles; $900 or
best offer; phone 665-8163. FC
wHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only 8c
per copy during business hours, or
ice. S, Univ. right next to U. Towers.
only 6c per copy on overnight serv-
H. HESSE, GJELSNESS, BLOCK * * *
OVERFLOW Magazine. Coming soon.
ALTO RECORDER. Would like to join
a group. Marie Smith, 668-8239. F36
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
instead, and save hours and hours
of copyng by hand. Only 8c per
page. S. Univ. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. P17
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
FOR 3-5 PEOPLE
1 & 2 BDRM. APTS.
PRICED FROM $200
Open Mon.-Sat. - 9:30-5:00
2 BDRM LUX. APT, near campus, call
764-3556 12-8 p.m.; after 8, 769-0479.
ROOMMATE WANTED: upper-div. or
grad to share 2 bdrm. basement apt.
4 blocks from campus, $75/mo. Call
Dan eves., 761-5854. C39
MAN NEEDED for med, apt., private
bedroom, air cond., dishwasher, good
location, $62/mo. Call Jim, 665-9283
or 769-0165. C38
COMF. ROOM, kitchen, bath: for fem.
grad, stud. !I1min. from campus, no
lease, not a rooming house, no par-
ties. 663-3084. C
1 TICKET each: MSU and homecom-
ing. Call 764-3905 after 2 p.m. C39
ONE MAN WANTED for spacious three
man, own bedroom. Call Dave, 769-
AVAIL m-Oct., 1 bdrm, furn, all utils,
4 blks fr Diag, 145/mo, 761-2568, eves,
APT. FOR RENT: 1 bdrm., mod., cam-
pus location, 2-3 man. 769-5699 eves,
764-8434, afternoons. C35
2 BDRM apt. sublet, Nov. 1-July 1, Hu-
ron Towers, 662-0894, eves. C36
WANTED: 3rd man to occupy 2 bdrm.
mod. apt w air cond, parking, gar-
bage disp. Avail. immed. 665-9344 or
ONE ROOMMATE NEEDED for half a
house. $68/month. Call 769-4339. C33
21" TV TO RENT. RCA, walnut cabinet,
$10/mo. inc1 repairs. 663-5284 C28
1963 SUNBEAM ALPINE. Good cond.
Wires, radials, extras. No rust. $700.
'58 VOLKS, sun top, good eng., trans-
mission. 764-2560 day, 971-0480 night.
1966 MUSTANG, air cond., stereo tape,
radio, 4 barreled carb., 289 cc, V8,
auto trans., tinted glass, black vinyl
top, mag wheels, wood steering
wheel. Call 769-5669 after 5. N47
1962 AUSTIN HEALY 3000 MKII, good
condition, $800 or best offer. Call
Carl, 761-9167. N41
1964 KARMAN GHIA, new 1965 engine.
Call 761-6520. N43
1958 FORD WAGON 2 door, good con-
dition, new tires, $200. Call after 5,
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 1967 conv., ex-
tra clean, blue w. white top, tape,
deck. Asking $2195, 761-0220. N44
PEUGEOT 404 '63, mech. excellent, ex-
tra parts car. Call 665-7148. N39
1962 FORD FALCON. 6 cyl., 200 cu. in.,
radio & heater, good economy car,
fair condition, $150. Call 763-2851 aft-
er 7 p.m. N40
1967 SAAB, 96 LD oil injection, good
condition, undercoated. Call 453-8768,
Plymouth after 6 p.m. N37
1963 FALCON. Radio, heater, 6 cylinder,
good gas mileage, good condition.
You'll love it for $400. Call Bill, 761-
7060 mealtimes, or 769-2631 other
LINES 1 day
Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 1 1, 212, 31h, etc. inch size
average of the lower and higher inch rate.
will be billed at the
GARRARD turntable with Pickering
cartridge, wal. base, dust cov. 769-
3027. Bl l
McINTOSH C22 Stereo Preamplifier. Ex.
cond. $150. 761-7288. B12
FOR SALE: exfiseat for choral union
concert series. Will sell for $30. 761-
'65 HONDA 305 Super Hawk. Must sell
for drafted friend. Can be seen in
A.A. 475-7296 Chelsea, after 6:30 p.m.
SONY 660 tape recorder 100 w amp.,
mikes. 761-8126. B7
FOR SALE: RCA TV in Ital. Prov. cabi-
net. Runs perfectly. $100, 663-5284.
COUCHES FOR SALE: 2 in good cond.,
best offer. 483-6434. B
STEREO TAPE DECK - Akai X-150D,
five months old, mint condition. Call
WANTED TO BUY
TWO SEASON football tickets, 40 yd.
line. Call Jan at 663-0055 after 7. K38
WANTED: 4 tickets to Mich/Mich. State
game. After 5:30, 663-6843. K49.
_ RADIOS, REPAIRS
F4 WATT Knight stereo amp. Good,
clean sound. No. 30 cheap. 764-9711
ask for Kent. XF
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
SOLIGOR LENS, 250 mm, Mint Condi-
tion, rarely used. Yashica mount,
but can be put on most 35 mm cam-
eras. A beauty, and a bargain. Will
negotiate. Also willing to trade. Cali
Lloyd Graff, 761-3228. DF
NIKKOREX with elec. eye, flash, aux.
wide angle and tele. case. 769-7984.
FOR SALE: 1967 Honda Sport 50. Per-
feet condition, cheap. Call 769-3390DZ
SUSAN B.-Plan B., the Fall, Bob, Spare
T., Wallet, No Rays, Supper, 0. J.,
ocktail Party, 2 alternatives, Liggett,
La Dolce Vita! Luv, K.K. DZ
NIKKORMAT FT with Nikon 50mm. F2
lens--$130. Mamiyaflex, with 80mm
lens (C-3)-$120. Call Larry--665-7286.
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE, 2 black & white male kittens.
SIAMESE KITTENS, very reasonable.
After 5, 761-3412; 8-5, 764-2175. T20
LOST-Male beagle. 6 mo. old, black,
white and tan. Lisc. no.: 3724, Rabies
certificate no.: 135292. Lost near Hill
and Main. Large reward. Kent: 769-
FREE KITTENS - Phone after 7 p.m.
NEED TO SHARE RIDE every day to
work in Dearborn. Call 971-4386. T49
FOUND near the Union in near be-
draggled condition on the 24th of
September: one spindle legged bambi
eyed chihuahua with spinal problems.
For Info. call: 764-7615. TF
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
590-illness forces sacrifice of beloved
bike with only 800 mi. First reason-
able offer takes. Call ob, 761-5413.
1967 SUZUKI 55 cc, 1100 mi., wind-
screen, 2 mirrors, luggage rack and 2
helmets. 665-5063. Z15
HONDA 160-'66, ex. cond. 663-0771. Z14
'65 HONDA 90 Good condition. $165.
Helmet included. 761-5813. Z10
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, ac-
cessories, David lessons-repairs.
Gibson, Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-
8001. 10-7 p.m. X
STEREO RECEIVER - 65-watt Electro
Voice receiver 8 mos. old, and 2
matching EV 7a speakers, 6 mos. old.
$225. Call Dick, 663-4086. XF
EPIPHONE FT 45N, case, excel. cond.
List $210, best offer or $115. 769-5816.
STRING BASS, full size, wood, flat
back. 662-5946 after 6 p.m. X35
WANTED TO RENT
GIRL WANTS room or apartment, fur-
nished or unfurnished near campus.
Up to $65.70. After 12, 764-1725. L4
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COUPLE WANTS to sublet apt. Dec.-
Aug., campus location preferred. Call
Julie, 769-2836. L3
STUDENT desperately needs room! Lo-
cation not important. Tom, 662-7040.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
VESPA 180 cc., 1968 Scooter, $300, 769-
HONDA 50-C 100, 1967, good cond. 'Call
1967 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE, super
fine condition, many extras. Must
sell for tuition. 429-7617 or 429-7820.
SUZUKI X-6 SCRAMBLER: 6000 mi.
EXCELLENT COND. $500. 761-8029. Z4
'64 BMW R-27, exc. cond., low mileage.
Call, collect, after 7, 229-6087. ZF
HONDA 305 SUPERHAWK, 1965. Very
good condition. Ask for -Mark. 761-
SUZUKI '66 250cc X6 Hustler. Extras.
$350. 6-9 p.m. 662-4274. Z33
1965 HONDA 50 cc plus 2 helmets, good
cond. Call 761-3883. Z49
1966 HONDA Super Hawk, exc. cond.
$425 w/helmets. Dave-665-9741, ext.
368. Evenings call Bart, 1-227-3540.
1968 BSA 441 Shooting Star. Perfect
cond., 3000 mi. 663-3856. Z6
NEED RIDE to Upper Peninsula any
weekend soon. Call 761-8032, 50
Find it with a
FREE TO YOU
SCOPE DOES NOT
Re-Con was developed at the
Univ. of Penn. Wharton Grad.
School of Finance& Commerce.
From the start both the concept
and the design of this advanced
system has had one principal ob-
jective: the efficient placement of
college trained manpower. Today,
Re-Con's services ore being em-
ployed by over 100 major corpora-
tions who believe there is some
substance to computerized recruit-
ment. To have forms mailed to
you call 769-0130.
Charles T. Kao
David S. Eyns
Endorsed by and cooperating with
the United States Nat'l. Student
Assoc. (USNSA). A confederation
of over 360 colleges and Univer-
sity Student Governments.
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
part time employment evenings or
will do private typing in my home.
EXPERIENCED TYPIST-will do typ-
ing in my home. 665-4380. J30
TYPING inexpensively and expertly
done in my home. Manuscripts, pa-
pers, etc. 663-7894. J32
Weddings, candid and formal por-
traits or any assignment. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0868 anytime. J2
THESES AND TERM PAPERS typed in
my home. 769-5441. J27
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 6c on over-
night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox '400 duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service only 6c per page
(stored In office safe for complete
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
8c per page. S. Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 769-0560. JJ
HEALTH FOODS AND DIET FOODS.
5232 N. Ashley. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (except
Sun). NO, 2-9541. M16
ATTRACTIVE 25 yr. old girl with Mas-
ter's degree wants to meet young man
w. comparable education. Call Karon,
between 6-8 p.m. at 662-7701. M18
PARKING BY SEMESTER, near S. Univ.
& Forest. Area paved. $10/mo. Phone
EUROPE 9 WEEKS, 12 countries $999.
Call STUDENT TOURS 764-0819. F47
TO THE FRENCH MAJOR (Grad. of
Gettysburg Coll.) from the flu shot
line (26th) Thurs. 1:15 p.m. You're
attractive! How about a date. The
Ohio Farmer. 662-3471. F9
CHI OMEGA LAWN DANCE 4-6 p.m.
Oct. 5. "Happiness Ticket." Free food,
1525 Washtenaw. Flo
Garage or parking lot. Reasonable
rates. Call Charter Realty. 665-0154.
Beautiful 2 bdrm., bi-level apt. for
2 to 5 people. Call 665-0154. C14
THE GOOD LIFE
For young doctors, nurses, teachers,
stewardesses, researchers, profession-
al people, and grad students.
* 2 baths
e Professional resident manager
* Excellent residential setting
adjacent to the main campus.
'61 FORD 292 V-8 auto. Trans. good
running condition. $175 or best offer.
RAMBLER '62. $295. 763-4749. N26
PORSCHE, 1958, new paint undercoat.
Good cond. 769-1565. Nil
62 MGA 1600 MKII, good cond., $650.
483-4595 after 6 p.m. N6
MGB 1966-Radio, Htr., wire whls, new
radials. Black w/red inter. Slight
body damage, mechanically excel-
lent. Many extras. Call Bob or Debby
at 769-5906 after 5. N40
'65 MG 1100 Sesan. uMst sell. $500 or
best offer. 665-6051. N10
BUICK SPECIAL, 1964, 4-door sedan,
V-6 stick, ex. cond. $600. 510 Cather-
ine 668-8598 after 5 p.m. N9
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Heavy gold chain w. gold piece
on central campus. Chain has great
sentimental value. $50 reward. Call
LOST-Large male Siamese, State and
Kingsley. 761-3843. A16
LOST: Black wallet at Hill Aud. or en-
virons on Sept. 29. If found, contact
763-0783. Reward offered. A13
LOST: Ladies gold watch - central
campus-reward. Contact Mary, 761-
LOST your glasses, books, notebooks,
gloves, scarves, jacket, watch, keys,
billfold, slide rule, color slides, etc.
Inquire at: LOST AND FOUND DESK,
Student Community Relations Office,
2258 Student Activities Building. A15
LOST: Black & White kitten, vicinity
of 911 Oakland. If found please call
663-4974. WE LOVE HER! A12
LS&A, A&D, BUS. AID., ENGR.
AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS
FURTHER INFORMATION ADJACENT EMPLOYMENT AD
1335 S. University
MED. AND LAW STUDENT need room-
mate for 2-bedroom 3-man apt. 761-
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Girl for 4-man,
bi-level, on campus apt. $65/mo.
Call Linda. 769-1174. C23
8 MO. LEASE: Need 1 girl, $65. 665-
Call Charter Realty at 665-8825.
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campua, with all the
Inquiries. From $200 per month. Call
Summit Associates at 761-8055. C18
1 OR 2 GIRLS WANTED for winter
term to share modern, bi-level on-
campus apt at $65/mo. Call 769,1174.
1937 AUSTIN 7, 45,000 mi., runs per-
fectly, beautiful condition. 665-5522.
GARAGES TO RENT. May be locked.
Lease. 723 Packard near State. C49
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WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M., Multipurpose Room, UGLI
Lecture, Slides Discussion about
CHINA TODAY: Red Guard Movement and
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NEALE and DEIRDRE HUNTER are a young Australian couple who taught in
Communist China from 1965-1967 and lived the Cultural Revolution through
their students who became Red Guards. From July 1966 when all classes had
stopped with the students saying that they were "busy" until April 1967 when
the Hunters left China they kept up with developments in Shangai, reading the
wall posters, attending Red Guard meetings and talking with their students. Well
educated in Sino affairs, fluent in the language and so able to move about alone,
they traveled to Shansi and Kiangsi provinces and to Huhehot, the capital of
Kids choke on polluted air. Streets are jammed by
cars with no place to go. Lakes and rivers are a
common dumping ground for all kinds of debris.
This is the way the world is, but it's not the way
it has to be.
Air pollution can be controlled. Better transpor-
tation systems can be devised. There can be an
almost unlimited supply of clean water.
People at General Electric are already working
But we need more people.
We need help from a lot of young engineers and
scientists; and we need help from business and
liberal arts graduates who understand people and
If you want to help phange the world, we'd like
to talk to you. We'll be visiting campus soon. Why
not drop by the placement office and arrange for an
interview? You might be able to turn a problem