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Thursday, October 24, 1968

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For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-Os
Monday through Friday, 9:30-12:30 Complaints only 1:00 - 3

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LOST 1968 U. of D. ring, 2nd floor
Mason. Please call 764-3985. A33
ROOM FOR RENT immediately OR for
winter-call Jim, 761-6673. C33
IDEAL FOR COUPLE-1 bedrm., fur-
nished, carpeting, disposal, air condi-
tioning, resident manager, stadium lo-
cation,' ' 1eblocks to commuter bus.
Sublet now-Aug., Sanis Souci Apts.
761-2265.C18
AVAIL IMMED.-1 bdrm unfurn, car-.
peted, 4143, 1% m from campus'
Brookside Apts.--lease to Aug. Will
provide incentive. Call Jack-764-
6559, leave message. C32
GIRL WANTED for 2-man on Wilmot
'St. Available now. $65/mo. Call 761-
0985 after 4. C35
GARAGE FOR RENT. Lawrence and
Oakland St. area. 665-9405. C30

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2 baths
Air-conditioned
Sound-proof
Professional resident manager
Excellent residential , setting
adjacent to the main campus.

Additional costs per day after six days.'
Ads that ore 1 I/, 2 , 3%, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rote.

Charter. Realty

1335 S. University
Resident Manager

665-8825
665-0432

FOR SALE
TWO GOOD. TICKETS, Warwick con-
cert. best offer. Call 761-6547. B35
NEED TWO adjacent student seats to
Nov.'16 Wisconsin ,game. Call Jim,
781-9084.. BB
MOTOROLA STEREO-2 years old plus
50 records. Jim, 761-6673. B33
T'APE RECORDER-Robert 770 Stereo,
$230. 764-8917. B34
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS.
Excellent with children; good watch
dog and for hunting. Beautifully
marked. Call 483-5973; B
HALLOWEEN TREAT - PILES OF
!UMPKINS - HUGE HEAP, CHEAP.
S 00 on sale now on our living room
floor. 50c-$1.50._ 816 Hill St. (at Tap-
pan), 769-0988. 1! B31
FLY LONDON-DETROIT $65, U. Char-
ter, return, flight, Jan. 8, 4 tickets
available. Call 662-9703. B32
TAPERECORDER.--Sony 660, 1 yr, old,
$300. 761-8126. B27
Steve at 668-8083 aft r 6 p.m. XC
NICE LITTLE HONDA 50. Cheap but
does need some work. Contact David
at 761-2162. BB
AKAI 4 TRACK'Jstereo taperecorder.
acces. and head phones. $140. 665-0330
after 5 B33
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE: One crazy male kitten, 3 mos.
old, must go today. 763-0818. T30
6 WK OLD KITTENS, FREE, house-.
broken, raised w. love, will deliver,
483-3210. T29
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED: Female companion to travel
to Europe, . desired dates June 27-
Aug. 25. Call Laurie, 769-5833. M25
PARKING BY SEMESTER, near S. Univ.
& Forest. Area paved. $10/mo. Phony
6M2-2557. M12
SHADY TRAILS RIDING STABLE. Rid-
ing daily. Group rides and hayrides
at cdokout. Also sleigh rides. 12655
Plank Rd., Milan, Mich. 432-4143. M19
BARGAIN CORNER

FOUND AND PROMPTLY LOST--one
dear friend answering only to name
'Sandy.' Sentimental value. Please re-
turfi[ Rubaiyat Friday 25 or subse-
quently. A34
LOST MONDAY: 2 5-i o old male kit-
tens, one all black, one black with
white feet, mouth, and chest. Vic.
Village Bell, S.U., 769-5722 A38
LOST-10/15/68, small bik. kitten. An-
swers to Sadie. In S. Forest-S.U.
area. Call 761-9368. A37

C29

8 MO. LEASE: Need i girl, $65. 665-
5550. X18
ROOMMATES
Call Charter Realty at 665-8825.
016

FEM. RM-MATE WNTD. to share 2-
man effic. Air-cond., carp., 2 blks. fr.
campus on Thompson. Dec. 20-Apr.
20 or Aug. 20. Will discuss 769-2246, am
or eve. C40
WANTED: 1 male rm-mate. 662-9172.
039
SUB4ET AVAILABLE: Dec. 25-Aug. 25
or longer--recently redecorated; two
bedrooms; free parking; partially air-
conditioned; only 12 minutes from
campus; only $165 INCLUDING ALL
utilities-phone 761-2162. CA'
LARGE ONE BEDROOM APT., includes
first floor and basement of house.
Must sublet Dec. 15 or so to Au ust
15. $145 includes gas and water. 769-
5498 evenings. CB

PERSONAL
UNDERGRAD POLITICAL SCIENCE stu-
dents interested in airing grievances
or formulating curriculum proposals
please contact Morris Saks, 665-2480.
FC
5021 HAMILTON, M., I'm sorry about
the ill happenings of the past few
days. I ask you to make the decisions
which must be made. At any rate, I
still dig you. R. FE
GARGOYLE WRITERS' MEETING.
Wednesday at 7:30 in the orifice (of-
fice). 420 Maynard. FB
ATTENTION: Special, new coed. I
found your earring. Call Jim at 662-
8325. FF
WANTED: Two tickets for UC-Minn
game. Must be together. Call 769-
2524. KD
WANTED-3 tickets to Minnesota game.
Call 769-3290 and ask for South 3,
S-L-L. FD
100 PUMPKINS are needed by the U of
M Tutorial Project, Sat.. Oct. 26, to
help disadvantaged children have a
happy Halloween. Any donation
gratefully received. Call 663-8607 or
665-7471. F16
SENIOR MALE SEEKS ROOMMATE
with apartment. Must have private
bedroom. Ask for Calc. 769-2625. FE
DESPERATELY NEED two tickets to
DIONNE WARWICK concert. Will pay
dearly for good seats. Call Al at 769-
5206. FC
SENIOR SOCIETY MEMBERS, Senior
yearbook picture changed to tonight,
at 6:00 p.m. in the cave, 4th floor of
the league. FB
/STROBE LIGHT FOR RENT
761-0195
F11
A UNIQUE 'EXPERIENCE
THE INTERPERSONAL DATING
SERVICE
665-6614
Mon-Fri. 4 p.m.-6 p.m., 7 p.m.-9 p.m.
F14
Michael is coming!
(get set)
FC
THIS IS NO JOKE! Save $75-$500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive the cost.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. F29
MOADON
Presentation and discussion on
THE ISRAEL ARAB
Tonight, 8:30, Hillel Bldg., 1429 Hill
OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS
F12
VOTE BRAINS-VOTE BRAZER: Coun-
ty Board of Supervisors, 7th District
(2nd ward) Marjorie Brazer - Demo-
crat. F
BUY THIS! A KLH Model 11, the ma-
chine used exclusively by Little Sherri
Funn. Now you too can have a golden
ear. Only 140 bucks cash on the line.
Dpn't miss this once-in-a-lifetime cf-
feri Call 764-0562 immediately and
ask for Sherri. FE
JILTED? We'll cheer you up. I'll buy
your two tickets to Bill Cosby if you
buy my one. Call Ernie, 763-2257 or.
662-4723. F18

PERSONAL
PHOTOGRAPHER needs girl model for
long-term project. Some figure work.
Must be reliable, animated, attractive
with firm body. Dance or gymnastic
experience desirable. Call C. Curtis
for interview. 668-7154 or 769-3276. P20
DRIVE DAILY ,between Detroit and
A2? I'm looking for someone with the
same problem. 1TW-23473 collect. FD
BILL COSBY CONCERT: I want 2
tickets next to each other. Any of the
prices. Please call Ken. 761-2235. FE
SIR PHILIP AUMONT: Are you a rock?
Your sedimentary pal. FB
RIDE NEEDED to Chicago Nov. 1. Call
764-9616. Split costs. FB
HEAR HILLEL LEVINE (recently re-
turned from Russia) speak on "So-
viet Jewry" Frida ynite, 8:30, at Hil-
lel, 1429 Hill St. F19
WILL TRADE one Walt Whitman for
one rabid poodle. 764-2699. F19
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 rin . Austin Diamond, 1209 St
Univ. 663-7151. F

HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Electrical-acoustical instrlments,
repairs, lessons.,.209 S. State,.
665-8001, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
X
TROMBONE, King model 3B, coinbina-
tion valve-slide, exc. instrument with
case. 475-8467, after 5. X44
CELLO, perfect cond., ideal student in-
strument. 769-2725 or 769-4897. X45
FOR SALE, Gibson LG-1, Call Randy
761-0807 5-7 p.m. X42
GIBSON ES-345 TD Stereo guitar. w.
gold Pl. grovers, 4 mo., $475. 769--
0263. Call before 40 a.m. X43

WANTED: 1 male roommate, to
over 1/3 of a 12 month lease.
769-0665.

LOVE, ALAN
PC
MATURE SCIENTIST, handsome, world-
traveller, single, desperately' seeks
dance partner, age 21-30, with perfect
figure. No phonies .please: 663-3084.
PS
VIKING'ENTERPRISE presents: Soul-
town Review. Sunday, Oct. 27 from
7-11:30. Hullabaloo Club, 639 S. Main.
Featuring Jimmy Delphs, The Fabu-
lous Chantels, Helen Westfield. Mu-
sic by King George and His Royal)
Subjects. Plus other special guests.
Donation: $2.50 advance, $3.00 at
door. Advance tickets can be bought
at Paraphernalia Fashion Review,
State St. . P1
WANTED-Male Roommate for . 2-man
apt. 8 mo. lease. Call 663-0120 or
761-7697. F40

TV RENTALS $10.00 per month. FREE
Service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals, 662-5671 today. F39
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR 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-
0560. F17
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
BEWARE! Less than 25 thinking days
before Nov. 14. FC
WANTED TOBY,
MUST HAVE two tickets to Cosby con-
cert. Call Lloyd, 761-3228. KE
NEED TICKETS to Minnesota game.
One freshman or sophomore, and two
together (senior tickets pref.) Call
Andy at 769-5206. KE
WANTED: 2 tickets to. Bill Cosby. 761-
5531. K2
4 TICKETS TO MICH/MINN GAME.
NO 2-3357. after 5 p.m. K49
THESIS on any management subject, at
least 100 pages with outline. Ask for
Jim, after 6 p.m., 761-1091. K50
ONLY 95 DAYS until the Creative Arts
Festival begins. F15
BUSINESS SERVICES
THESIS and term papers typed in my
home. 769-5441. J41
EXPERIENCED TYPIST - will do typ-
ing in my home. 665-4380. . J30
PAPERS. ESSAYS. 2,PORTS. THESES,
Perfect copies now only 7c on over-
night service.. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even Tlook better than the original
f om the new Xerox duplicator.
supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
On request we supply 20 wgt. copy pa-
per free. Overnight service only 7c per
page (stored in office safe for com-
plete safety of documents). Immedi-
aet service during business rours only
8c per page. Two locations: 211State
St., 769-4252 and 1217 S. University,
769-0560. . JJ
TYPING DONE in my home. Manu-
scripts, papers, etc. 63-7894. J40
PROFESSIONAL TYPING done prompt-
ly and accurately at reasonable rates.
Call 434-1121 after 12 noon. J37
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT-furnished apt. for
married couple, near campus. Jan.
thru summer. Write Mary Schrau-
ben, 21,5 Van Hoosen, East Lansing,
48823, or call 517-355-1680 after 3 pm.
L9
MALE STUDENT seeks own bd. room
in house or apt. Now. 665-4614. L7
COUPLE DESIRES furnished apt. Nov.
1-Dec. 20, 971-2691. L
NEEDED:, Campus locale, room w i t h
shop and cooking facilities. HELP!
663-2655, after 6 p.m. L6
COUPLE WANTS to sublet apt. bec.-
Aug., camnpus location preferred. Call
Julie, 769-2836. L3

PART-TIME JOB to process research
material written in Japanese. Must be
a native and national university grad-
uate. Call 764-8507. H36
STUDENTS-PART TIME-If you are
free until 10 each morning, a good
part-time job delivering newspapers
to patients' rooms is avail. at St.
Joseph's Mercy Hospital. People need
it for afternoon papers, too. Apply at
employment office. 8-5 daily, and till
8:30 p.m. on Thursdays. H43
STUDENT WITH INITIATIVE and
transportation needed for part-time
sales work. Flexible hours. Interesting
work. Call 313-498-2618 for interview.
H11
SHIPPING & RECEIVING
Part-time male, mornings or after-
noons. Apply in person at: A & L
Battery & Elec. Service, 529 S.
Main. 665-4411. H34
COCKTAIL WAITRESS, part time. 426-
8183. H30
EXPLORE CAREER TEACHING oppor-
tunities in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
A suburban community 20 miles from
New York City. Interviewing at the
University of Michigan Placement Of-
fice on October 28, 10:00 a.m.-4 p.m.
r H123
TOURIST INFORMATION CLERK 05
To fill seasonal and permanent va-
cancies. Salary range $458 to $552
monthly. All Michigan civil service
benefits, including an outstanding
state contributory insurance program,
excellent retirement plan, longevity
bonus, unlimited opportunities for
personal advancement, and liberal va-
cation and sick leave allowance, plus
social security. Must hav graduated
from high schoo and have two- years
of experience in office work or in
public contactswork such as selling,
field work, or similar work requiring
effective dealing with people: or com-
pletion Hof two years of college. Ap-
plications will be accepted from those
who will complete two years of college
by June 1969. For additional infor-
mation and application for examina-
tion, write the Department of Civil
Service, Lansing, Michigan 48913. Ap-
plications must be received by this of-
fice no later than 5:00 p.m., November
12, 1968. For other job opportunity
information call 517-373-3051, day or
night. An equal opportunity employer.
H135

take
Call
C38

BABY GRAND, beautiful
. $800 3 months ago. Will
or best offer. Call Bob,
483-9669 after 5.

tone. Paid
accept $600
764-7128 or
138

STRING BASS, full size, wood, flat
back. 662-5946 after 6 p.m. X35
USED CARS
LAND-ROVER 1965, ex. cond, should be
seen. 662-8910.4 N38
1961 SUNBEAM ALPINE. Good condi-
tion. Best offer. Must sell. Call 769-
1227 anytime. N40
RAMBLER 1962 Classic stationwagon,
1 owner, good cond. 663-6465. N37
'62 FALCON 4-dr, 5,000 mi., no rust,
rebuilt engine, $400. 769-02631 8-10
a.m. N39
1962 MG A 1600 mkII $450. Call 663-
2945 after 6 p.m. N27
RAMBLER '62. $295. 763-4749. N26
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
1937 AUSTIN 17, 45,000 m., runs per-
fectly, beautiful condition. 665-5522.
N31
'65 Md 1100 Sesan. uMst sell. $500 or
best offer. 685-6051. N10
1967 BUICK OPAL Ralleye. Must sell
immed. 429-7617 or 429-7820. N
1967 SUNBEAM cony., red, fully equip-
ped, $1695. 662-9663. N21
'56 PORSCHE convert., body mint, eng.
perf., top, worn. $950. Drafted will
dicker. 761-3947, 5-7 p.m. N22
FOR RENT
FEM. RM-MATE needed to comp. 4-
man apt. Jan.-Aug. Furn., air cond.,
disp Huge. $60/mo. including heat.
769-2056. 036
APARTMENT FOR RENT--2 bedroom
furnished, newer building on Vaughn
St. Convenient to campus. Please call
Professional Management Associates,
769-260. Days after 5, 769-4297 or
663-9493. C37
FEM. ROOMMATE' needed immediately
-furn. apt., modern, near campus.
769-3360. C25
LUXURIOUS 2-bdrm., furnished apt.,
air-cond., garbage disposal, balcony,
dishwasher, close to campus. Avail.
immediately. 663-5284 or 761-8055. 09
2-3 MAN APT. Jan.-Aug. $i75 or Jan.-
April $230. 761-7433. C24
NEEDED IMMED.-one mature, young
woman. to complete 3-man apt. $68!
mo. 5 blocks from' campus. X662-2789.
07
1 or 2 FEM. RM-MATES wanted. Close
to med. center, River Hse. Apts. Call
761-1391 after 6. C23
1 COMFORTABLE room, share kitchen
& bath. Female, $65/mo, 665-2164. C31

TAKE OVER LEASE OR SUBLET
Dec. 20-Aug. 20. New 1-2 man furnislied
efficiency apt., 2 blocks from campus,
air-cond., disposal, carpeting. Call
Fran, 764-0482; after 5, 663-2290. C

Parking
Garage or parking lot. Reasonable
rates. Call Charter Realty. 665-0154.
C31
ROOM FOR RENT-Mature male, ex-
cellent location. Call 662-7012. C28
2 BDRM., main floor, furnished apt.,
close to campus. Avail. Nov. 1st.
Prefer couple. Call 665-8321. C27
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'68 TRIUMPH Bonneville. Immaculate,
must sell. Call 662-0453. Z6
ATTENTION CYCLERS1 1967 305 cc
Yamaha with accessories. Also 1967
Triumph Bonne. 3500 mi., cycle, hel-
met, and accessories for sale. Call
764-3680. Z5
65 HONDA 890, Helmet. Must sell. Call
Mark Miller, 761-2330. Z3
HONDA S98. BARGAIN, ex. transporta-
tion. $185. 2396 S. State.. Z4
1965 SUPER HAWK. 5300 well taken
care of miles. Will sell to highest of-
fer by Nov. 1. Andy-761-5950. Z2
HONDA 65, 1900 miles. Best offer. 769-
0029. Zi
1966 BENELIjI, 125 cc, $240 brand new
helmet extra. Jeri Johnston. 764-8560,
M-F 10-4:30 p.m. Z46
1964, 250 c.c. Yamaha, good condition.
Call 482-7519 after 5. Z49
VIVA!
Fall Housecleaning
Motorcycle and Accessory Clearance
Save at Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt, 971-4500
B26
1966 HONDA Super Hawk, exc. cond.
$425 w/helmets. Dave-665-9741, ext.
368. Evenings call Bart,. 1-227-3540.
HONDA 305, 4000 mi., custom work
extras, helmet $410. Call Steve, 761-
6327. Z21
Y~LAWLESS R-.69 BMW, thoroughly
restored 1960, mustsell, 662-5912. Z20
1986 SUZUKI 150, good cond., $250. 1968
Honda 90, like new, $275. Call 709-
0046. Z35
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
PERSONAL

FILE NOW at SGC offices for seat on
Council. ,Petitioning for Nov. 12, 13.
elections. Close 5:00 p.m. Oct. 28. F6
TAKE A TRIP-on a sea of relaxation
-try our sauna. Ann Arbor Gym-
khana. 662-9200. P48
RELIGIOUS COUNSELING with Rabbi
at Hillel by appt. only. 663-4129. F49'
ATTRACTIVE 25 yr. old girl with
Master's degree wants to meet young
man w. comparable education. Call
Karen between 5-8 p.m. at 662-7701.
P34
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

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I

Total lawn and garden care, snow
removal, trash removal, and all
exterior painting included in
monthly charge.
Throw away your rent receipts and
come to Arbor Manor today.
Build an equity in a home of your
own.
Take 2-94 east to first Ypsilanti
exit (Michigan Ave.) - U.S. 12)
continue east on Michigan to
Second, turn right to models.
Open daily and Sunday from noon
till 8, Saturday, noon till 5, closed
Thursday.
For, further information call FCH
Services, Inc.

100% LAMBS WOOL
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CPO SHIRTS
Solids and Plaids'
$6.95 & $1.95
Over 7000 Pairs of
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122 E. Washington

IN GREAT NEED of money soon.
consider almost anything. Call
1498 evenings.

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Directly applicable to their work, these programs offer'
engineers and scientists financial assistance for graduate'
studies at the many institutions in the Long Island-New
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Engineering courses, particularly those not available at
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Selective attendance for rapid technical updating on funda-
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serve individuals in Business Systems, Engineering and
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Senior-Engineers' Program
Intended to overcome the threat of technological obso-
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Selected individuals within Grumman junior and middle
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A series of discussion sessions provide a course in manage-
ment principles to group leaders who show technical manage-
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