Tuesday, October 8, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 9:30-12:30
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
LINES 1 day
FOR SALE - Diamond Engagement SUSAN B.-"Wondergirl from Knob
Ring. EDUCATION at its best. Aus- Hill" Episode No. 1: Our wondergirl
tin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663- caught a touchdown pass at 8 yrs. of
7151. F age and fell at the goal line, Result:
her. preoccupation with falls. Don't
miss episode No. 2. Luv, K.K. FA
FOOSBALL CENTER . A:
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Additional costs per day ofter six days.
Ads that are 11/,; 21/2, 3/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mih-
egan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
-rimination in the University com-
' nunity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
WANTED-1 male roommate to. take
over 12 mo., lease. Call 769-0665.. C2
FOURTH WANTED-! nan, woma.n or
be'ast-to complete four-man. Immedi-
ately. Call 761-0703. CC
ROOM 1108 Hill St. $70/mo. 761-8025,.
afts. or after zimidnight. 043
BDRM LUX. APT, near campus, eall
764-3556 12-8 p.m.; after 8, 769-0479.
COMF. ROOM, kitchen, bath: for fem.
grad. stud. 1 min. from campus, no,
lease, not a rooming house, no par- .
ties. 663-3084. .C
GARAGES TO RENT. May le locked.
Lease. 723 Packard near State.' 049
2-3 .MAN SUBLET. Jan.-April, .near
campus. 761-7433. CI
1-MAN APT. close to- canpus. Packard
and State area. $120 inc. utilities.
Lease to April or Aug. 662-6289 after
MED, AND LAW STUDENT need room-
mate for 2-bedroom 3-man apt. 761-
Garage or parking lot. Reasonable
rates. Call Charter Realty. 665-0154.
NEAR H6 SPITAL
Beautiful 2 bdrm.,. bitevel apt. for
2 to 5 people. Call 665-0154. C14
8 MO. LEASE: Need 1 girl, $65. 665-;
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, paiking, gar-
bage lisp. Avail, inmed. 665-9344 or
THE GOOD LIFE
For young doctors, nurses, teachers,
stewardesses, researchers, profession-
al people, and grad students.
203 East Ann
All Students Welcome!
A'NEW KIND OF
The Interpersonal Dating Service.
No Computerization, No imperson-
alization, Personal telephone inter'
views with trained psychology per-
sonnel, data sheet for each of your
dates, complete with a picture of
each of your dates. Call 665-6614
Mon.-Fri. 4 p.m.-6 p.m., 7 p.m.-9
We will display & sell your paint
ings, etc. for you. Sometimes we
204 N. Fifth Ave.
INTERESTING GRAD student wishes Ito
meet cute Jewish senior or grad. 761-
3801 or box 1. F37
Still, sone places left on this really
cheap ($280) trip.
ALL PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING
OR WANT TO GO SHOULD ATTEND
TUES., OCT. 8, 7:30 P.M.
SAUNA? Ask about our private rooms.
AA Gymkhana, 662-9200. 25
GARGOYLE organizational and sales
meeting. All new, old and interested
staff. Wed., Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in
office, 420 Maynard. Fl
TV RENTALS $10.00 per month. FREE
Service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals. 6625671 today. F39
1967 FORD ANGLIA. Must be sold. 30
miles per gallon; 6500 miles; $900 or
best offer, phone 665-8163. PC
NHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only ,8c
WANTED-Male Roommate for 2-man
apt. 8 ro. lease. Call 663-0120 or
H. HESSE, GJELSNESS, BLOCK * * *
OVERFLOW Magazine. Coming soon.
The Michigan Daily makes
every effort to avoid errors
in advertisements. Each ad
is carefully checked and
proofread. But when you
handle hundreds of ads each
day, mistakes do slip
through. We ask, therefore,
that you check your ad and
if you find an error. report:
it to The Michigan Daily'
Classified Dept.. 764-0557 be-
tween 12:30 pm and 2:30
p m We regret that re can-
not be responsible for more
than one day's incorrect in-
sertion if you do not call the
error to our attention Thank
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FLUFFY, gold & white kittens need
homes, 6 weeks old, litter-trained,
761-9526, eves, or 761-6245, days. T24
FOR SALE or TRADE for a guitar,
Magnavox portable cassette tape re-
corder, and tapes. Call Marc, 769-4424.
SONY TC 350 tape deck. Call 662-5393.
TO SELL-girl's black leather pants-
suit, hand-tailored in Barcelona. Call
Paula, 761-8032, B15
HELP! Coed needs ride to Detroit Me-
tro Airport Thursday, Oct. 10 after 1
and in time to make a 2:25 plane.
Call Jayne, 764-1895. G2
NEED RIDE to Upper Peninsula any
weekend soon. Call 761-8032. G50
VW '63, well preserved, call Dan, 761-
BIKES AND SCOOTERS'
SAVE $75, Brand-new, step-thru Honda
90, $250. Jim, 764-9497. Z41
BSA 1966. Runs good, needs work. 665-
4373, after 6 p.m. Z40
LAMBRETTA, 1958, windshield, helmet,j
carry-all box. Runs will, $95 or trade.
Also, AM-FM tuner. 665-8965 after 6
1967 OSSA 175 c.c. excellent cond. Vel-
met extra, handbars included, 761-
WANTED: 4 tickets to State game, top
price paid. Call Dick, 764-8947. K40
HONDA 160 'SCRAMBLER-'66: nobbie
tire, just tuned, ex. cond. $275 inc.
helmet, face shield. 663-0771. Z26
HONDA 305, 4000 mi., custom work
extras, helmet $410. Call Steve, 761-
-FLAWLESS R-69 BMW, thoroughly
restored 1960, must sell, 662-5912. Z20
1966 BULTACO 175 cc, good cond., must
sell, $175 or best offer. Call after 6.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 HONDA CB160, black chrome fend-
ers, exe. cond., low mileage. Call 1-
1965 HONDA 160. Must sell. Best offer.
excellent cond. 761-3077. Z34
'67 HONDA 450, 5200 mi. Good cond.
Must sell, $590 or best offer. 662-0453.
1966 YAMAHA Twin 100; excellent cond.
Less than 2400 mi. Must sell. $225 or
lest offer.-662-1101. Z31
HOT THROBBING 1966 Yamaha 250,
$375, Call Rick, 761-1237. Z32
1965 DUCATI 250 cc Manza, lander,
5000 mi., extras. Carl, 971-1658 aft. 6.
'67 SUZUKI TRAIL 80 w. helmet. $165
or best offer. 761-7808. Z33
'67 HONDA 305 SCRAMBLER, chrome
fenders, 3783 mi., Good cond.' $495.
Call 665-5297 after five. . Z37
HONDA 50, 1966 white, inc. helmet.
1966 SUZUKI 150, good cond., $250. 1968
Honda 90,- like new, $275. Call 769-
1967 HONDA 160, ex. cond., call Jeff at
'67 BULTACCO ENDURO bike. Cheap,
needs repair, 250 Matador. Call John,
1967 SUZUKI 55 cc, 1100 mi., wind-
screen, 2 mirrors, luggage rack and 2
helmets. 665-5063. Z15
HONDA 50-C 100, 1967, good cond., Call
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
1968 BSA 441 Shooting Star. Perfect
cond., 3000 mi. 663-3856. Z6
1965 HONDA 50 cc"plus 2 helmets, good
cond. Call 761-3883. Z49
1966 HONDA Super Hawk, exc. cond.
$425 w/heimets. Dave--665-9741, ext.
368. Evenings call Bart, 1-227-3540.
WANTED TO RENT
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
1967 MUSTANG CONV., black on yellow,
289, 3-speed, stereo tape unit & tapes.'
Call Ken after 6 P.M. at 971-3708. N9
1968 FIAT, 850 Spider, Red, 1 mo. old.
Saline, 429-2498. NIO
1962 FORD FALCON. 6 cyl., 200 cu.,in.,
radio & heater, good economy car,
fair condition, $150. Call 763-2851 aft-
er 7 p.m. N40j
1937 AUSTIN 7. 45,000 m., runs per-
fectly, beautiful condition. 665-5522.
'63 MGB, black with red roof, new ton-
neau cover and snow tires, motor and
trans. newly overhauled. 769-3364. N8I
'61 VW, very good cond., rebuilt engine.,
snow tires, 6 wheels, 662-1278. NF
NEW DIVISION OF ALCOA. 662-9726
HOLIDAY MAGIC loves ya,. 1818 Inc.,
208 E. Washington. 769-5288. H9
TYPIST to type via dictation at my
apt. 662-1058, 10:30-12:30 P.M. H34
WAITRESSES, fantastic working condi-
tions, lovable boss, wages beyond be-
lief. Call Fat Bob, 662-2545. H7
FRATERNITY KITCHEN has openings
for lunch and dinner jobs. 761-5853,
ask for Bob. H8
JANITORIAL WORK and cleaning up
new and used cars. Apply in person
at Herb Estes, Inc., 319 W. Huron, AA.
OPENINGS for part-time jobs--Male,
Malloyl Lithographing, 5411 Jackson
Rd. 665-6113. H4
GIRL 20-28 yrs old wanted -to assist
handicapped college student. Week-
ends off. Room and board, $60/wk.
Professional resident manager
Excellent residential s'etting
adjacent to the main campus.
HELP ELECT a senator in the tradition
of Wayne Morse. Sam Brown, an aide
to Paul O'Dwyer, New York senator-I
ial candidate, will be. at the Assembly
Hall of the Union at 8 p.m. Monday,
October 7. Everyone is welcomed. FA4
2335 S. University
Call Charter Realty at 665-8825.
IF EVERYTHING Is predestined and
controlled by fate; why worry at all?
-The Gestalt F36
IS IT TOUGH being a young student-
wife? This survey taker wants to
know problems and pleasantries of
studying vs. cooking..Info kept anon-
ymous. Call Neila at 961-7666. If out,.
please leave name and No. F35
ALTO RECORDER. Would like to join
a group. Marjie Smith, 668-8239. F36
DON'T LEND HIM Y OUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
Instead, and save hours and hours
Of copying by hand. Only 8c per
page. Two locations: 211 State St.,
769-4252, and 1217 S. University, 769-
LAMBDA CHIC ALPHA took the best
pledge class on campus. F
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your pho e
ring at any designated time da or
night-lOW RA 'ES. DON'T BE LA rE
SFOR "LASS OR. WORK - AGAIN,
MARRIED COUPLE to manage student
'63 CORVETTE. Coupe, 4 spd., posi- rooming and apt. houses. Must be
327-350 h.p. Silver. Roverb plus more, available thru April 1970. Over 21.
Call 761-7347 and ask for Julie. NC Write: Mr. Rome, 2654 Raphael Rd.,
S E. Lansing. Michlgan'48823. H46
'65 PLYMOUTH 2 dr htp. except, clean .. n g hg 4_4
1 owner, 39,000 mi., auto trans,, p.s. FREE DINNER to student girl who
$95. 663-3519. N48 roves to cook my dinners. Call Mrs,
1966 MUSTANG, air cond., stereo tape. Mole, NO 2-9541 10 a.m.- p.m. 44
radio, 4 barreled carb., 289 cc, V8, STUDENT WITH INITIATIVE and
auto trans., tinted glass, black vinyl transportation needed for part-time
top, mag wheels, wood steering sales work. Flexible hours. Interesting
wheel. Call 769-5669 after 5. N47 work. Call 313-498-2618 for interview.
Z28 CAMARO H11
761-9730 N33 BUSINESS SERICES
RAMBLER '62. $295. 763-4749. N26
----- - ..__- . _'EXPERIENCED TYPIST-will .do typ-
'65 MG 1100 Sesan. uMst sell. $500 or ing in my home. 665-4380. J30
best offer. 665-6051. NiO 0 ' -_____
_t_._.- 25 YEAR OLD GIRL would like job as
JBUICK SPECIAL, 1964, 4-door sedan. housecleaner, preferably for middle-
' T-6 stick, ex. cond. $600. 510 Cather- aged man. 971-4756, mornings. J36
ine 668-8598 after 5 p.m: N9 -__-_.._
_ a - p.m . TYPING DONE in my home. Manu-
MISCELLANEOUS scripts, papers, etc. 663-7894. J35
- -__- .- - TYPING DONE. Call 663-9118. J33
HELP ELECT a senator in the tradition I -._..__:-
of Wayne Morse. Sam Brown, an aide EXPERIENCED, SECRETARY desires
to Paul O'Dwyer, New York senator- part time employment evenings or
ial candidate, will be at the Assembly will do private typing in my home.
Hall of the Union at 8 p.m. Monday, 971-1533. J31
October 7. Everyone is welcomed. MA4 -
THESES AND TERM PAPERS typed in
SHADY TRAILS RIDING STABLE. Rid- my home. 769-5441. J27
ing daily. Group rides and hayrides
at cookout. Also sleigh rides. 12655 PAPERS. ESSA YS, hI'PORTS, THESES:
Plank Rd., Milan, Mich. 432-4143. M19 Perfect copies now only 7c on over-
] _ _ ___ght service Use correct-o-tape or
HEALTH FOODS AND DIET FOODS. unlimited erasures on your original
523%V N. Ashley. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (except and yet be assured of copies that
Sun). NO 2-9541. M16 even o(lt better! than the original
from the new Xerox duplicator.
ATTRACTIVE 25 yr. old girl with Mas- We supply 20 wgt copy paper free,
ter's degree wants to meet young man On request we supply 20 wgt. copy pa-
w. comparable education. Call Karon, per free. Overnight service only 7c per.
between 4-8 p.m. at 662-7701. M1& page (stored in office safe for eom-
PARKNG Y SEESTR, ear . Uiv, plete safety of documents), Immedl-
PARKING BY SEMESTER, near S. Univ. aettservice during business roura1only
& Forest. Area paved. $10/mo. Phone 8c per page. Two locatipns: 211 State
662-2557. M12 St., 769-4252 and 1217 S. University,
LOST AND FOUND
FOR 3-5 PEOPLE
1 & 2 BDRM. APTS.
PRICED FROM $200
Open Mon.-Sat. - 9:30-5:00
SUSAN B.-Plan B., the Fall, Bob, Spare
T., Wallet, No Rays, Supper, O. J.,
Cocktail Party, 2 alternatives, Liggett,
La Dolce Vita! Luv, K.K. DZ
NIKKORMAT FT with Nikon 50mm. F2
lens--$130. Mamiyaflex, with 80mm
lens (C-)-4l20. Call Larry-665-7286.
A fine new cooperative community.
Graciou* hillside living-just 10
minutes from Ann Arbor.
Own your own 1. 2, or 3 bedroom
home. Both ;1 and 1% bath units
including custom crafted Hotpoint
BEEDGE: Hugh, Lenny, Neal, Dwight,; TELEPHONE ANSWERING ERVICE.
the nubs and all those not allergic to 665-8871 (24 hours). P
hay seed mourn your -passing. From
us and the other unofficial ushers, D
hope you see more in the afterlife. A BLOODD
card from the 'yard._F34_RGENTLY NEEDED
SO FUNNY, we had to call it obnoxious.
Gargoyle. Retyrn to tie Womb Issue. $7.50 Rb'positive. $10 and $12 Rh
On sale Oct.' 9. F32; negative. Mon.. Tues.; Thurs., Fri.,
___________ __._9 __2 9-4; Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
DO YOU KNOW 101 alternate uses for 483 4
the umbilical chord? We do. Buy, 4s483-1894
read, enjoy; the Gargoyle. On sale 404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
next Wednesday. F33 Michigan Community Blod Cente
WANTED TO BUY
FUNNY, HA-HA. Roar. Groan. What can
it be?i Must be the Gargoyle. On sale 1 TICKET to MSU game. My life do-
Wednesday, Oct. 9. . P31 pends on getting one. 663-3614. KC
STATE 4GAME TICKETS needed. C al. 1 TICKET each: MSU and homecom-
769-2435. F30 ing, Call 764-3905 after 2 p.m. .C39
FREE FUR COAT! ! DOOR PRIZE. , At TWO SEASON football tickets, 40 yd.
fur coat fashion show.'Music by the line. Call Jan at 663-0055 after 7. K38
PRIME. MOVERS. NO ADMISSION _ _
CHARGE! Perfume Gifts, Men's and WANTED: 4 tickets to Mich/Mich. State
Women's coats modeled. Presented by game. After 5:30, 663-6843'. K49
MADEMOISELLE, New York. Spon-
sored by DELTA PHI EPSILON. Tues.,
Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m., League Ballrm. FREE Join The Dady
FUR COAT! ! DOOR PRIZE. F22
KOREAN KARATE (Tae KWan Do) Ann 'Sports Staff
Arbor Gymkhana, 662-9200. P14 ,
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Custom aid per-
sonally made instruments, eVectric,
acoustic. 209 S State. 665-8001. X
TWO A. Av 3a's speakers in walnut.
Mo. old, like new. Will discuss price.
763-2616, after 5 on weekends. X39
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions - 209 S. State. 665-8001.
VOICE OF MUSIC Stereo, 1 yr. old. $65.
BABY GRAND, beautiful tone. Paid
$800 3 months ago. Will accept $600
or best offer. Call Bob, 764-7128 or
483-9669 after 5. X38
STRING BASS, full size, wood, flat
MISSING from Frieze Bldg.-10-speed
racer with infant seat and speedo-
meter. If any info, call 663-9831. RE-
LOST: Heavy gold chain w. gold piece
on central campus. Chain has great
sentimental value. $50 reward. Call
a Clasified Ad
back. 662-5946 after 6 p.m.
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campue, with all the
inquiries. Fromo $200 per month. Call
Summit Associates at 761-8055. 018
APT. FOR RENT: 1 bdrm., mod., cam-I
pus location, '2-3 man. 769-56p9 eves,
i 764-8434, afternoons. C35/
LEVI'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
Button Fly . .$. $ 5.29
Super Slims ..... $5.50.
Now Levi Denims
LEVI'S STA PREST:'
"White" Levi's .. $6.98.
(5 Colors) ..
Nuvo Hopsack' .. $8.00
S-T-R-E-T-C-H .... $6.98
'White" Levi's .. . $4.98
100% LAMBS WOOL
per month, including all utilities
Total lawn and garden care, snow
removal, trash removal, and ,iall
'exterior painting included in
Throw away your rent receipts and
come to Arbor Manor today.
Build an equity in a home of your
Drive south on Carpenter Rd., turn
left on Michigan Ave. Continue
1% miles to Second Ave., turn right
'1 block to furnished models.
Open daily and Sunday from noon
till 8, Saturday, noon till 5, closed
For further information call FCH
SUPPORT OUR US OLYMPIANS-Give
Oct. 9, 10 in the fishbowl and on the
diag to Michigan Olympic Committee.;
UTOPIAIS.:.Dionne Warwick. FA
DROPPING OUT? If you are consider-
ing splitting the academic scene and
making it big as a free-lance writer,
first find out how it really is, baby, j
by reading the painful true confes-
sions of a free-lance in BETWEEN
THE LINES by Dan Wakefield. Just
ublished in paperback by Atlantic-
Little, Brown. $2.45 at bookstores or
send check or money order to Little,
Br~own, Dept. MD. 34 Beacon St., Bos-
ton, Mass. 02106.
TWIGGY, are you gonna play bail? ?
Dave. 421-1806. P43'
DEAR JED-Want your girls badly.
Don't have Colavito; will you take!
Cas hinstead? -Stormin' Norman
FAT VIRGIN HEATHER
ATTENTION: FOOSBALL 'CENTER IS
NOW OPEN AT 203 E. Ann. Free
You can be part
of the man-in-the-sea
p o r m o he pb wlthe next generatuion ,
of nuclear submarines
at the San Francisco
Bay Naval Shipyard.
Commanaer Scott Carpenter, Atronaut turnedA quanaut, in
SEA LAB Ill, built at the Hunters Point site, San Francisco
Volkswagen announces automatic.
Bet'r late than never.
The Volkswagen Squareback and the Volks-
wagen Fastback are now available with a fully
So now you can drive a Volkswagen and not
even know you're driving a Volkswagen.
Except for a few reminders.
Like the 25 miles you get to a gallon of regular
gas. The oil you still take by the pint. And the time
ond money you don't spend gn anti-freeze.
Of course, the new automatic is strictly op-
tional. Just like on most other cars.
But we've got something no other car offers
even as an option. Electronic fuel injection.
Andit's as standard as the electric clock, electric
rear window defroster, 49-position front seats,
front disc brakes and wall-to-wall carpeting.
All of which is enough to make you forget it's a
Volkswagen all over again.,
A nuclear submarine going down the ways at the San Fran-
cisco Bay Naval Shipyard in Auguss, 1968. It was the 509th
ship to be launched at the Mare Island facility.
Enjoy unmatched potential for professional growth. Naval Shipyard has two work sites 40 miles apart:
At the San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard you may Hunters Point in San Francisco and Mare Island in
help build a new vehicle for the man-in-the-sea pro- Vallejo, California. Each location has ready access to
gram. Or work on other deep jsubmergence vehicles
such as the deep-diving bathyscaph, TRIESTE 11. You
may build nuclear submarines or convert aircraft car-
riers. Or you may develop systems and equipment for
Apply your talents to important programs in nuclear
power, ship structures, electrical systems, electronic
systems, marine design, mechanical design, welding,
the cultural advantages of San Francisco. All types of
recreation from surfing in the Pacific
to skiing in the Sierras are within easy
driving distance. Tuition payment plan SF 'N
for advanced degrees enables you to
continue your professional growth by
attending classes at one of the many . S.
outstanding colleges and universities Snrancisco
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