TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVEBTISEME!
Do you have time between classes to1
take me over to Engine Arch today-?
That's where the MICHIGANENSIAN's
moving booth is today. I want to buy
my yearbook before the price goes up.
THE THINKING Man's Speaker-Leon-
ard Read. 8 p.m. Aud. A, Angell.
Sponsored by Libertarian League,
Tues., Sept. 14. F27
Are you prepared to meet' the nicest
people? Do it the nicest way-on a
white Honda 50. Automatic starter 3
months old, 550 rles, excellent con-
dicon. Call Pat 761-3729. F22
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University. 663-7151. F
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
VIC, HARRY, and SUIE !!!
FOR SALE-2 bedspreads. Also fur-lined
women's leather parka. Cheap! Call
ATTENTION ALL GIRLS
RUBBERIZED RAIN PARKAS
All sizes and colors including NAVY.
Special price on yellow, red, and
olive drab -- only $3.84. Available at
1103 5. University
(only one flight up)
For the finest in Dance Music, it's
MAXIMILLIAN, JOHNNY HRBERD,
ART BARTNER, RAY LOUIS, plus
contact the BUD-MOR AGENCY
1103 S. University
(only one flight up)
RENT your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portable for only $10
per month. FREE service and deliv-
ery. Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
ests and ideals. Interviews by ap-
pointment. Phone 662-4867.
NICE ROOM, good location in exchange
for some help in household. 662-0920.
ATTENTION BUS. AD.
For a, progressive Student Council
that is ready to meet "The Chal-
lenge," vote MICHAEL FLOOD Sept.
14 & 15. F34
(DEGREE CANDIDATES too) Have
you made an appointment for Senior
till Pictures yet? Th sitting fee of $2.00
is payable at the MICHIGANEN IAN
booth on the Diag today and all week
Repel attackers with REBUFF. Avail-
able at the Village Apothecary. P40
Pi-Thagoras is coming . F33
CAMPED OUT in the streets?
There is space for you in CO-OPS.
Men & Women, Room & Board, $17/
wk., board only $11. Contact Inter
Co-operative Council, 2456 SAB, 668-
6872, 9-5. F35,
MAGNAMENS LIMITED will grant hon-
orary membership to anyone aiding
in the recovery of its stolen Execu-
tive Suite sign. F38
WANTED-old photos of U of M points
of interest, dating from 1850-1950.
You must establish credit sooner or
later. Why not start with a charge
account at the Village Apothecary.
rhark you, Turkey-Lurkey, Foxy-Loxy,
Henny-Penny, Ducky-Lucky, girls,
'^a Jack, Dave, and most of all dear
Ricky for the Great Party.
Jo Anne F30
[HANK YOU JUDY, MARI, FREDDI
ANDJOANIE. YOU RUN A MARVE-
LOVE, CAB. F36
During your stay in Ann Arbor have
your prescriptions on file at The
Village Apothecary. F41
DON'T BE CAUGHT OFF GUARD -
Get Rebuff! Available at The Vil-
lage Apothecary. F42
GARAGES-723 Packard near State. C4
MEAL JOB -- NO 10 O'CLOCKS -
LUNCHES ONLY. Call 663-3393, ask
for cock or steward. H23I
BAB'YSITTER and light housekeeping,
live in or out. Room and Board plus
salary. Call 665-9536. H38
DISPATCHER-Nights, 1 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Apply in person, Hilberts Garage, 1012
Pontiac between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
BABYSITTER for afternoons, Monday
through Friday. One child at home,
four in school. 1043 Olivia. NO 3-
WAITRESS Wanted-Part-time. Omega.
Restaurant, 105 N. Forest. H36
WRITER with Physics or Electronics
backgrnd. Part-time work. Reply,
giving bkgrnd and time available.
420 Maynard. Box No. 1. HS
Figure 5 average words to a line
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 2:30 Mon. thru Fri.
BUS BOY, $1.50/hr. and evening meal.
Appro*. 20 hrs/wk. No Sunday work.
Apply after 4 p.m. Metzgers Rest. 203
E. Washington. H3
Several students with use of car will
be hired to help in promotion of new
teaching machines in Ann Arbor area.
Approx. $50/wk. for 20 hrs. Eves. and
weekends. See Mr. Hoedel at the Inn
America Hotel, Sept. 14, 16, 17. H2
UNDERGRAD STUDENT to maintain
student apt. bldg. Must have own
transportation. 12-15 hrs per wk.
$1.50/hr. 663-7268 or 665-0234. Hi
2 DETROIT LIONS Seasons Tickets.
Call 665-2291. B23
YOUNG WOMAN, assist mother in
home with infant & 2 preschoolers, 3
or more afternoons. Burns Park
area. 665-8328. H43
We are looking for male and female
part-time sales, male part-time stock-
work. Apply in person, personnel of-
SMontgomery Ward. Arborland
Shopping Center. H47
FULL OR PART TIME employment
for men over 18. Car necessary. Phone
662-8130 after 5 p.m. H41
PART-TIME LAB assistant. Call 764-
0438 days or 663-7885 after 7:30 p.m.
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10, $12 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti, Mich. H
FULL & PART TIME
100and up per week
$50.00 PART TIME;
$100.00 FULL TIME GUARANTEE
International Corp. has opening for
delivery, display, and public contact
work, car needed, training provided.
For interview, 4:00 p.m., Thurs., SAB,
rin 212. H7
Good pay for student with a car.
Mornings-one hour daily or less.
Easy job. To apply call Elliot at
663-2895 or write Student News
Agency, P.O. Box 241, Ann Arbor. H6
WANTED-good, 'experienced waiter for
sorority dining-room. Apply NO 8-
PART-TIME BUSINESS SALES. Open
meeting Mon., Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m.,
Room 3S, Michigan Union. H2
Works Sun, and after football games.
Inquire Old German Restaurant, 120
WN. Washington, 662-0737. RHl
If you can meet the public, hours can
be arranged to fit class schedules.
Call NO 2-6274 after 7 p.m. H10
ROOM AND BOARD
MEALS M, T, Th, F noons, M-F din-
ners. Good food, reasonably priced.
Call Frat. house mgr. at NO 2-8312.
MEN--do you need a place for room or
board? CO-OPS provide low cost
housing. Room and board $17 a week.
There is room at NAKAMURA Co-op,
807 S. State. Call Don Ellis, Pres,
PORT. TV with stand. Exc. cond., $50.
FOR SALE-Hermes port. typewriter.
Sony tape recorder. Call 665-7227. B14
BLACK 1964 HONDA 150. Great con-
dition. Call NO 2-7616. B15
'59 FORD, 4 door, 63--6 cylinder, cheap.
Call HU-2-3278. B1
GIRL'S BIKE with basket and horn.
$15. Call after 5, NO 3-7206. B4
EX. BACHELOR finds it necessary to
dispose of; 12 back issues of Playboy
$6.,u '50Chevy Shellback $75.*, carpet,
unusual color 12x15 $40.*, dinette set
$25*, new Melmac dishes $20., match-
ing bookcases $7.*, spts, coats-38, 39,
40, $5.*, scooped chair $2.50*. *will
bargain. 761-3265. B21
GUITARS! Any model Guilds and Gib-
sons 20% off or best offer. Martins
list price. Call 761-3533 after 6 p.m.
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discrimi-
nate collector. 723 Packard, near
FOOTBALL SEASON TICKET. Call
Heidi at 764-9302. B24
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-F ITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
1957 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon. Some
rust. Excel. running cond. $125. 761-
1964 MG Sports Sedan. Carries 4 with
comfort and economy. 4 sp., disc
brakes, r and h. $1200. Call 665-0183.
1964 FORD XL500, blue, 13,000 mi. Per-
fect cond. Loaded with extras. Must
sell. Call 662-0427. N2
RAMBLER '60 Classic Wagon. Full pow-
er, 6 cycl., radio, additional new snow
tires. 663-7605. N26
'62 VW $825
'59 RAMBLER 6, just rebuilt $450. 320
E. Washington Apt. 4. N36
'60 PLYMOUTH. Radio, good tires plus
snow tires; no rust, 35,000 actual
miles. $490. 663-6326. N35
1965 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
Poppy red with .wh. top. 4500 mi.
many extras, $2350. NO 2-4034 wkends
and after 4 p.m. wkdays. N37
WHITE '61 . FIAT 1200 Sport Cony. 1
owner - 20,000 mi., rad., heat. Absol.
perf. cond. - no rust. New tires. NO
1964 VALIANT, 6 cyl., auto, metallic
blue, radio, heater, priced to go. 761-
1819 after 5. N41
'63 VWN CONVERT, good cond., Must
Sell. $1050. 665-6531 or 665-4927. N40
'61 SIMCA. 4-door, $190. Excel. running
cond. Must Sell. 3-3158. N39
M.G.-T.D. show condition, part by part
restoration, luxurious interior. New
top, side curtains, heater, A tight
car, all accessories, tonneau cover,
shop manual. $975 firm. Please call
NO 2-5262 5 to 7 p.m. N38
RENAULT DAUPHINE 1961, in good
cond. $200. 227-3911 (Brigton). N43
BIKES AND SCOOTERS I
1959 AJS Motorcycle, 500cc. Ex. cond.E
Call 663-2733. Z27
HONDA S-65; less that 2,000 mi. Owned
by auto mechanic. 663-6198. Z25
HONDA-Black 1964, well maintained.
$290. NO 5-6949. 1320 S. University.
'65 YAMAHA 250 cc Mint Condition, low
mileage, $600. NO 2-6994. Z26
DUCATI Scooter '65. 3 mo. old, 1000
miles. $300. NO 2-3694. 1601 Hatcherj
WHITE HONDA 90, 3800 miles. Excel.
cond. Must see. 764-2861. Z30
BMW CYCLE: 1957 R-50 500 cc Twin.
Silver blue, unusually fine condition.
New dual seat, mufflers, etc. Many
spares. Very reliable, carefully main-
tained. Good reason forces reluctant
sale. $700. Call 662-6941. Z2
JOIN the fun world of HONDA. Econo-
my performance and dependability
from $2b3. See them at HONDA OF
ANN ARBOR, 3000 Packard Rd., 665-
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-'
YAMAHA-BMW-GILERA. We service
what we sell. 224 S. First. Phone
1965 HONDA, 150 cc. 700 miles. Very
good condition. $450. 663-7202. Z32
'65 SBA lightening $1050. 320 E. Wash-
ington Apt. 4. Z33
COLLECTOR'S ITEM-1957 Zundapp as
is; engine good; best offer. NO 3-9992
2000 miles only.
212 S. State St. 663-7004.
WANTED TO BUY
NEEDED DESPERATELY-one ticket to
MSU game. Call 1164-1080. K
When I'm in the city and want snacks
on which to eat I run off to Ralph's
and give my tummy a treat
open every night 'til 12
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets. . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron
Motor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
! PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
WANTED-Grad staudent to share 3 119 W. Washington
bedrm. house with 2 others. Cheap X
Call 761-2855. C25 -
FOR SALE, Gibson 4-string folk guitar.
2-BEDROOM modern furnished apt. to Price $75. 761-3171. X6
suolease through June at reduced
rate. Cal665-6560 after 5 or weekend. GUITARS, banjos, stringed instru-
C27 ments and access. All makes. Repair
and lessons. Herb David Guitar
Studio, 209 S. State. 665-8001. Xl, F3
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
334 Catherine St.
OPTICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
CAMPUS OPTICIANS IN THE
240 Nickels Arcade
APT. FOR RENT - furn. or unfurn.
Large, mod., 2 bdrm, close to campus.
Pking space avail. Carpeting. 6, 8 or
12 mo. leasel Call 662-5389. C31
FURNISHED 3 bedrm house newly
decor. Prefer nurses or grads. 665-
7504 aftei 5:30. C26
FURN. APT., UPSTAIRS, 4-room, and
bath. Private entrance. Reasonable
rent for married couple. NO 2-2625.
Furn. 4-man. Never been lived in.
Standard luxuries of carpeting, air-
cond., and garbage disposal, plus
parking, storage, and laundromat.
Friendly and efficient management.
Call 662-7961 DAY or NIGHT
2 BDRM. APTS. avail. immed. on 8-mo.
leases. 663-1761. C15I
Several mod. 2 bdrm, apts. avail. im-
mediately. Ideal for 3 or 4 students.
Apt. Limited, 3-0511,. C16
PARKING SPACES near S. Quad. $20 a
semester. 663-7268. C9
Close to campus
Built-in Kitchens, Parking
MISCO MANAGEMENT, 612 S. Forest
665-4658 or 665-2367
1, 2, or 3 girls to share on campus apt.
Air cond., dishwasher, disposal. Cheap
NO 8-8723. C32
GIRL TO SHARE 2 bdrm. apt. nr, cam-
pus. 662-7844, 12-1; M,W,F eves. C33
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT TEACHER needs apartment
or room for fall semester. Single or
will share. Call collect, TU 5-3846'
Grosse Pointe. Lll
TUESDAY, September 14, 12:00 Noon
U. M. International Center
"SOUTH VIET NAM: 'THE PEOPLE
AND THEIR CULTURE"
Speaker: DR. ROBBINS BURLING'
Assoc. Prof. of Anthropology
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC . ewsWE VE-BAC SHOP, 224Arcade.
518 E. William (Maynard House)--
NO 2-5579s All your music needs: 665-8184
music, texts, instruments, accessories,
Your Number FOR QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
A-J New and Used Instruments thesis typing, transcription-medical,
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS legal a nd technical conferences;
Rental Purchase Plan mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
n Araphy; varityping and composition.
Sponsored by the
Ecumencial Campus Center
?? SPECIAL PRIVILEGES ??
LEONARD E. BEAD
TUES., SEPT. 14
Foundation for Economic Education
Mr. Read is a former Michigan farm boy who says he learned early
in life the relation between hard work and a quart of milk, one of the
simple lessons of economics everyone should know.
In 1946 he left a Chamber of Commerce career to set up an educa-
tional foundation designed to teach the importance of a free economy
to the American way of life. The Foundation for Economic Foundation,
of which Mr. Read is president, publishes a monthly magazine--the
Freeman. This has become an important means of enunciating a num-
ber of basic principles that underlie the freedoms we have enjoyed in
Mr. Read is well qualified to discuss such questions-
Is private property essential to freedom?
Should a man have a right to sell his products in a free market?
Should a student have a right to study in a field of his own choice
and to select his career himself?
Mr. Read will speak to an Ann Arbor audience on the titfe-
"Spreading the Idea of No Special Privilege to Anyone"
Time: Tuesday, September 14 8:00 P.M.
Place: University of Michigan Campus--Angell Hall
Auditorium "A" (between State St. and Main Library)
Sponsored by: Libertarian League
(Donations for the support of this student group will be very much
appreciated to enable them to schedule other educational programs-
for information call 663-7183).
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-2 bronze car keys on Monroe
btw. Haven and E. U. Call 764-5678.
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LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
"White" and Colors-$5.98
For Gals and Guys
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
GRAD STUDENTS & UNDERGRADS
The Student Council of the Graduate School
should be a stronger, more progressive, better
coordinated representation o fthe student body.
Meet this challenge by voting for
for Student Council on Sept. 14 & 15
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The Graduate School, with the cooperation of the
Graduate Student Council, announces an open
meeting for undergraduate and graduate students
interested in graduate fellowships for 1966-67.
Campus faculty representatives will describe the
major fellowship programs, including:
University of tfichigan Fellowships
National Defense Education Act
WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ
1000 to 2000 WORDS A MINUTE
WITH FULL COMPREHENSION AND RETENTION
EASE PRESSURE-SAVE TIME-IMPROVE CONCENTRATION
You can read 150-200 parges an hour using the ACCELERATED READING method.
You'll learn to comprehend at speeds of 1,000 2,000 words a minute. And retention is
This is NOT a skimming method; you definitely read every word.
You can apply the ACCELERATED READING method to textbooks and factual material
as well as to literature and fiction. The author's style is not lost when you read at these
speeds. In fact, your accuracy and enjoyment in reading will be increased.
Consider what this new reading ability will enable you to accomplish-in your required
reading and in the additional reading you will want to do.
No machines, projectors, or apparatus are used in learning the ACCELERATED
READING method. In this way the reader avoids developing any dependence upon external
equipment in reading.
An afternoon class and an evening class in ACCELERATED READING will be taught