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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. Saturday
A.A. COIN CLUBS meets at Armory,
223 E. Ann St., 7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd
Thurs. each month. Visitors welcome
WANTED-One ticket to MSU game.
Call Judie Warren, 764-0562. F42
LOST-Gold ring with initials I.F. Re-
ward. Call Rusty, 663-8820. P35
MENSA MembersI Are there enough
of us in Ann Arbor to form a
group? Please send your name and
address to box 8, Michigan Daily. F3
Multi-million dollar operation being
farmed in Ann Arbor and surround-
ing area. College students now work-
ing part-time averaging $75/wk. and
up for 15 hrs. work. If you are 20 with
access to use of car and wish a pri-
vate interview, write William B.
Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., A.A.,
WHAT WOULD you say if you only had
one hour to address students? Dean
Haber will speak on this theme at
4:10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14 in the
UGLI Multi-purpose room. F44
3000 Packard Rd. 665-9281
4 TICKETS TO MSU GAME! 2 set of
pairs. Available to highest bidder.
Call 665,0915. F21
B. STEIN-Can a freshman really find
happiness with a senior? F31
DESPERATELY WANTED-MSU ticket.
Call Joani B. at 761-0800. Thanks. F32
DON'T MISS the first last chance
lecture. October 14, 4:10. F43
lecture this year.
Ugli Multi-purpose room
WARNING! Pirate ship spotted near
Huron River-Arboretum area. F4
SINGLE TICKET WANTED to Purdue
game. Call 665-7121. F10
HEY Y'ALL-Time permits for the
Edit Staff are in. Get yours from
Judy before y'all tries to pre-classify.
HELP! WE need two tickets to the
Purdue game. Call either Stu or
Steve, 662-3191. F48
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 S. University
(only one flight up)
* BUSINESS STAFF evaluation sheets
are due in every Friday for all
trainees and assistants in every de-
Isn't P.O. Box 163 a little too cramp-
ed for you to live in, or are you
still sleeping in the streets?
TICKETS WANTED to Wild Duck for
Oct.,8, 16, or 23. Call 665-7121 F29
EVEN ABE is abandoning his account-
ing to get a date for the ZBT senior
prom Oct. 15. F28
THUMB-Who was that girl I saw
hanging onto Stu's arm Monday? F7
ATTENTION all business staff trainees.
Your position preference forms must
be in Gail's mail box by Friday, the
8th. }~ F27
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University. 663-7151, F
LESLIE R.-Now your parents will be
able to read the exciting exploits of
Leslie and her nose (and talented
The Student Directory did it again.
Jeff Bludeau, Peter Brown, and Jim
Lines do have a phone.
Buy three copies of the Daily and
paste in the respective pages. F5
D.S.-Reporting on operation "Good
Word"-negative. Sorry, I tried.
The Kid. F24
ATTENTION ALL Daily Business Staff-
ers. Time permits for the winter term
are ready. Pick yours up in your man-
ager's mail box before pre-classifying.
Any questions, see Gail. F23
ATTENTION Business Staff Trainees-
Don't forget to mark the hours you
work each day on the sheet on the
bulletin board. F23
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
Rush to Begin soon
(Rush counselors are
now in trainingl)
MARGIE - Thanks for a great four
weeks. As for the future. "Time takes
NEEDED--One man to share or two to
take over modern apt. Jan.-April. 761-
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.
For the. finest in Dance Music, it's
MAXIMILLIAN, JOHNNY HARBERD,
ART BARTNER, RAY LOUIS, plus
contact the BUD-MOR AGENCY
1103 S. University
(only one flight up)
HELP! Pianist needed to improvise for
modern dance classes Tues.-Thurs.
9:20 at Barbour Gym. Start at $2 an
hour. 665-2544. H46
Faculty family wants girl to live in.
R & B exchg babysitting. Close to
campus. OK for next semester. NO
WANTED-Someone able to teach re-
corder. 665-7516. H47
BABYSITTER - Tues. afternoons. 308
Wilton St. 663-7770. H44
STUDENT TYPE JANITOR who under-
stands brooms, mops, buffers, cranky
old mails, hours arranged.*
ACCOUNTANT TYPE STUDENT -
payable, payrooll, ets., hours ar-
AA Professional Service Assoc.
BABYSITTER for afternoons, Monday
through Friday. One child at home,
four in school. 1043 Olivia. NO 3-
WANTED-Male grad student for 12
hrs./wk.; household maintenance work
in exchange for 2 rm. apt. with bath
and garage. In quiet neighborhood.
MEAL JOB - NO 10 O'CLOCKS -
LUNCHES ONLY. Call 663-3393, ask
for cook or steward. H23
We are looking for male and female
part-time sales, male part-time stock-
wor. Apply in person, personnel of-
fice. Montgomery Ward. Arborland
Shopping Center. H47
PHOTO TECHNICIAN WANTED, stu-
dent, evening hours. Leave name
and phone number at edit desk of
Michigan Daily. 764-0562. H34
B LOOD DONORS
$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
If you can meet the public, hours can
be arranged to fit class schedules.
Call NO 2-6274 aft1er 7 p.m. H10
NATIVE FRENCH speaker wanted for
1 or 2 hours of tutoring per week.
Call 662-2866. H42
MALES-I have several openings for
part-time employment. An opportun-
iy for advancement, car necessary.
DISPATCHER-Nights, 1 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Apply in person, Hilberts Garage, 1012
Pontiac between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FULL & PART TIME
100 and up per week
$50.00 PART TIME;
$100.00 FULL TIME GUARANTEE
International Corp. has opening for
delivery, display, and public contact
.work, car needed, training provided.
For interview, 4:00 p.m., Thurs., SAB,
rm 212. H7
FOR SALE-Ticket to MSU game. Best
offer. NO 2-0341. B45
2 SEASON'S Football tickets, Mich. side.
Call NO 3-9565, preferably eve. B35
FOUR STATE game tickets for sale.
'59 FORD, 4 door, 63-6 cylinder, cheap.
Call HU-2-3278. B2
GUITARSi Any model Guilds and Gib-
sons 20% off or best offer. Martins
list price. Call 761-3533 after 6 p.m.
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discrimi-
nate collector. 723 Packard, near
TUTOR OF FRENCH & GERMAN
lessons in conversation & grammar
by native speaker. Graduated rates.
Mme. Kerr, 701 S. Forest, NO 3-2108.
GRAD LANGUAGE EXAMS
Special courses for reading and screen-
ing exams in French and German by
native speaker. Graduated rates. Mme.
Kerr, NO 3-2108. J2
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-2 bronze car keys on Monroe_
btw. Haven and E. U. Call 764-5678.,
FOUND-Young blacl cat with splint
on left foreleg. 764-5726. A27
LOST-one gold hoop earring in cam-_
pus vicinity, Please call Joan M. at
LOST: pair of black-rimmed glasses.
If found, please call Rick Mintz at
WILL THE GIRL who took the wrong
espionage raincoat from R. Rapa-
port's Red Rug party please call Carol
at 764-0957 to negotiate an exchange.
WANTS RIDE to and from Philadelphia
Oct. 8-10. Call Dave, 764-2673. G22_
RIDES for 2 wanted to Wash. D.C.
and back Oct. 29-31. Share usuals.
Call 764-9018. G21
RIDE WANTED to Dayton, Ohio, Fri-
day, Oct. 22nd, anytime. Will pay$
and can share driving. Call Rick,
CHICAGO, CHICAGO, Chicago ..Ride
wanted to, Oct. 8 and from, Oct. 10
(Friday and Sunday). Call Al, 668-
STUDENT NEEDS daily ride from AA
to Brighton Area about 7 p.m. Call
546-3382 after 7 p.m. G15
ROOM AND BOARD
MEALS - Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri. noon
65c. Mon-Fri. dinner $1.35. Eat any
meal or .all meals. Call Frat. house_
manager. NO 2-8312. E47
Dean Haber will speak at 4:10 p.m. on
Thursday, October 14. Save that date
for a really worthwhile lecture. M15
WANTED - Rock and Roll band on
November 20 for private party. Call
FLYING CLUB, 4-place, $8/hr. wet.
662-7680 after 5. M9
IF YOU'RE a discrihinating man-
about-town, but can't afford that
shiny new sportscar, you can still be
the first to own a bottle of INSTANT
HUMMINGBIRD NECTAR - unique,
but exclusive buy at
Open every night 'til midnight
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets. . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron
Motor Inn,dHU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
ONE BDRM. married couple apt. for
rent. Dec. 1. Pauline & Stadium. $100
plus utilities. 761-3647. C1
GARAGES-whichamay be locked. 723
Packard near State. C4
APT, FORt 2-Campus area. $135/mo. 8
mo. lease. 665-6001 after 5. C27
Make room-mate to share new mod-
ern apt. 3 blocks to campus. Swim-
ming pool, rec. room, parking. $60/
mo. 662-8760. C10
WINTER SEMESTER-Male to sublet
apt, at Huron Towers. $60/mo. from
Jan. 1, 1966 - April 30, 1966. Call
Vaughn, 663-4010. 09
4TH GIRL NEEDED - New apt. Call
665-4953 after 6. C4
QUIET, CLEAN single room for grad.
or working man. Garage avail. 723
Packard near State. C8
ROOM TO SHARE with kitchen and
living room privileges. 621 Church.
FURN. RMS. in house close to cam-
pus. $45/mo. plus utilities. House
shared w. other studs. Includes use
of kitchen facilities - garbage dis-
posal, dishw., washer & dryer. 708
Arch, ask for Jim. Lease begins Dec.
Two mod. 2 bdrm. apts. avail. im-
mediately. Ideal for 2, 3 or 4 stu-
dents. 7 mo. and 12 mo. leases avail.
610 S. Forest
BOB DYLAN buys steel-G-strings.
Wanna take guitar lessons? Finger-
picking, blues, ragtime.
Julie Silber, NO 5-9650
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
518 E. William (Maynard House)
NO 2-5579. All your music needs:
music, texts, instruments, accessories,
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'65 YAMAHA Trail. Brand new. Never
driven. $325. 662-3651. Z39
$25 OFF new HONDA 250's. Limited
offer. First come-first served. HONDA
of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard Rd. 665-
TRIUMPH 500 Completely rebuilt.
Drafted. 668-7983. Z34
HONDA, 150cc, 1963, 10 mile. Best offer.
Will finance. 662-0877. Z28
HONDA, VELOCETTE, MONTESA
Home of the nicest people since 1963.
HONDA of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard
Rd. 665-9281. Z36
'64 HONDA 90. Low mileage. Must sell.
1965 VESPA GL 150cc. Only 2 mo. old,
900 actual miles. Call Bill, 764-4703.
'58 LAMBRETTA 150cc, $60. Also men's
10 sp. Casenave bicycle with campag-
nolo derailler, carrier, light and gen-
erator, $60. 708 Arch, ask for Jim. Z33
1964 HONDA, 50cc, Sports model, great
condition. $15 luggage rack. Only
4500 miles. $215. Call Barry, 665-4797.
1964 HONDA 90. Ex. cond. $275. Will
finance. 665-6411. Z32
'64 YAMAHA, YDS-2, 250cc., low mile-
age, new engine and tires, excel, cond.
663-0885 after 7:30 p.m. Z16
For your HONDA, go to the oldest,
largest and most experienced HONDA
dealer in suburban Southeast Mich-
igan. Makes sense, right? HONDA of
Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard Rd. 665-9281.
Home of the nicest people since 1963.
1956 TRIUMPH 500 cc. rebuilt engine
ipistons, cylinders, tappets, etc., all
new) otherwise in excellent condition,
call Jeff at 764-0562 or 663-4086. Z9
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-
YAMAHA-BMW-UILERA. We service
what we sell. 224 S. First. Phone
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
"White" and Colors-$5.98
For Gals and Guys
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
'61 VW, excel. cond. $800 or best offer.
1025 Arbordale, Apt. 6, evenings. 663-
VOLVO 1800 S, 1964 sports coupe, white,
red interior, like new, 14,000 miles,
orig. owner. 761-0524. N33
'63 CORVETTE convertible, orig. tires,
fuel injected, 22,000 miles. Call 1-775-
1683 in St. Clair Shores. N34
NEED A CAR-READ THIS:
New cars too much money?-Used
cars too much trouble? How about
a new KM car with a used car price
tag? We will sell you a shiny brand
new GM car with a used car price
tag! We will sell you a shiny brand
new Opel demonstrator with a full
24,000 mile-2 year General Motors
warranty at a .lower .price than
many used cars. Roomy, agile, eco-
nomical, fun to drive-it makes a lot
more sense than a used car. If you
will call Mr. Ehnis at 667-6576 he will
give you all the details and prices in
a friendly courteous manner. ANN
ARBOR BUICK. N22
MG-TD. WITH '62 Volvo, B16 engine
and gear bov. $1190. Call 668-8598.
Ask for Glen. N31
FOR THE AA individualist, a car with
personality-One '65 V.W., radio, seat
belts, all accessories wants a home.
NO 2-0545. N27
STUDENT SPECIALS :
1) 1953 MG TD classic roadster, new
tires, excellent condition, $995.
2) 1959 TR3 roadster, new clutch,
rebuilt transmission, new tires, $895.
3) 1956 Plymouth, excellent running
4) 6 used snow tires to fit four-
door Chevy, $4 each,
NO 3-0559; after 6:30 NO 5-5154
2266 W. Stadium
CHEVY '57, two door, great shape, new
tires, excellent interior. Call 761-3422
after 7. N26
1961 VOLKSWAGEN sun roof. $725.
Call 663-2733. N18
9-PASSENGER WAGON, 1960 Rambler,
Good body, good engine, runs well.
Power steering, radio, heater, 6-cylin-
der stick. Will sell for best offer.
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
WANTED TO RENT
Married couple wants apt beginning
Winter Semester. Call 662-6662. L18
ONE GIRL to share apt. $55/mo. Mod-
ern bldg. on campus. 663-6304 alter 4.
WANTED TO BUY
STATE GAME tickets wanted. Will give
cash or remainder of season book
tickets. Call 665-2750 after 5. K15
MSU TICKET wanted. Phone 662-9945.
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
3 .85 2.40 4.20
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
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KNOW YOUR UNIVERSITY DAY
The students and faculty of the University of Michigan are cordially
invited and urged to attend the following activities occurring on KYU
Day, Thursday, Oct. 7. Regrettably, the cost of lunch excludes the pos-
sibility of extending the invitations to that part of the program which must
be restricted to invited citizens of the State of Michigan.
9:45-11:00-OPENING SESSION: Michigan Union Ballroom
Panel: "The Total Costs of Education'
2. Campus Housing
3. Books and Incidentals
4. Campus Jobs and Wages
2:00-3:00-AFTERNOON SESSION: Michigan Union Ballroom
Guest Speaker: Brendon Sexton
Director, UAW Leadership Center
"Expanding Educational Opportunity"
Panel: "Tactics-How to Lower the Costs of Education"
3:15-4:30--SEMINARS: Michigan Union and Student
Activities Bldg. Conference Rooms
4:30-5:00-CLOSING SESSION: Michigan Union Ballroom
1. Seminar Reports
2. Summary and Future Planning
NEED TO STUDY? Just don't have time
to go to the game. I'll buy your MSU
ticket and we'll both be happy. Call
Joanie at 761-0800. X16
WANTED-4 adjacent tickets to MSU
game. Call Mrs. Miller at 764-9254,
8-5; or NO 5-5680 after 5:30. K18
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Liberal Arts Majors
Announcing the Professional
If you expect to receive a liberal arts degree before September 1966, don't miss
this opportunity to qualify for a rewarding career with the National Security
Agency. All liberal arts applicants must take the Professional Qualification Test
(PQT) as a prerequisite to NSA interviews for employment.
THE DEADLINE FOR TEST REGISTRATION IS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 ...
THE TEST ITSELF WILL BE GIVEN ON CAMPUS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23.
Challenging Career Program Areas
A unique agency functioning within the Department of Defense, NSA has
a critical need for imaginative people. You can make immediate use of your
college-acquired capabilities without first accumulating years of "experience."
Your specific academic major is of secondary consequence as long as you relish
and meet the -challenge of extremely complex research problems that frequently
will take you beyond the known and accepted boundaries of knowledge.
You will work on programs of national importance, in such areas as:
" Cryptography ... the making of codes and ciphers
* Analytic research
" Language research
" Data systems design and programming
* Administrative management (finance and accounting, personnel, training, engi-
The PQT Bulletin at your Placement Office outlines these areas further.
Advancement, Trainirg and Educational Opportunities
NSA promotes from within and emphasizes orderly career development, awarding
substantial salary increases as you assume greater responsibility. The environment
is academic, and NSA stimulates professional and intellectual growth in many
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