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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMEr

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PERSONAL
WANTED-Someone to tutor Swedish.
Call 426-4822 evenings. F11
ATTENTION STUDENTS!
The residential college student ad-
visory committee needs two new
members. Anyone interested should
see Dean Thuma, 1014 Angell Hall,
by Mon., Nov. 1. F15
The PIRATES are getting closer!!! F16
WHY SHIVER IN THE STADIUM?
We've got FLASKS and BLANKETS to
keep you warm at games and on
other occasions.
FREE MONOGRAMMING!I
WILKINSON LUGGAGE SHOP
327 So, Main
Downtown
F18
Meet you at the Graduate Student Mix-
er this Fri. at the VFW Hall, 314 E.
Liberty. 9:00. F19
FREE MEALS!!
To anyone wiling to do some piddling,
trivial littjle good deals on the side
for Phi Kappa Tau. Call 761-2330. Ask
for Steward. (We hope you'll try
harde). P31.
To L.
We'll be there!
H. Newberry women. P29J
The PIRATES are loose. They're com-
ing. . .Beware!! -;F25
NEEDED-One man to share or two to
take over modern apt. Jan.-April.
761-3207. ' 738
PART TIME
Multi-Million Dollar Company hiring
for part time sales work. Earnings in
exccess of $3.00 per hr. This is not pots-
knives-books or any of that door to'
door nonsense. This ompany is ex-
panding all across the nation, conse-
quently this could be more than just
a part time job for the right person:
If you're 20, have use of a car, and
are bondable write William D. Nichols,
3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.
F8

PERSONAL
TODAY
12 noon on the Diag
The first Sphinx Slave Auction. Buy
a jock or campus leader for a slave.
F24
Perfect decor for an OPEN-OPEN. Or-
der your travel poster of the ARB
today. Send your name, address, and
phone number to POB 452, Ann Ar-
bor. $1.00 COD.
FPK: Our first two months have been
wonderful.

Love, JSS

F25

TUTORIAL PROJECT needs help . of
drivers. If interested, call 663-8607.
F26
I need one ticket for the Wisconsin
game. Call Mike, 662-3191. F28
After a hectic Saturday night, Sunday
is certainly a letdown. But, don't let
your studying go to your head! Take
a breather at the Phi Sigma Sigma
Open House. 7:30 - 10:00 p.m. -
Sunday. 1507 Washtenaw, F27
Yes, We have orange blossom ring styl-
ings.; What is more important, we
have the finest in diamonds at prices
you can afford. Austin Diamond 1209
S. University 663-7151. F
Blue Stetsons like raindrops. F48
OK WISE guy who appreciates the
finer things in life-there is no Box
No. 7 at The Daily. F26
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
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-
potntment. Phone 662-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
WANTED TO SELL
APA ticket for Saturday, Oct. 30. Calla
Rachel at 761-0800. F23
STUDENTS
GOODYEAR'S wants your business
and we want you to know it. So we
are offering to you, the students of
the University, a special 10% dis-
count on every item in the store on
Monday and Friday nights and all
day Saturday. Just present your
student I.D. card and you will save
10% on whatever you buy. Good-
year's is a full line department
store carrying a wide variety of
national brands. This offer good
until Nov. 1.
GOODYEAR'S.
Downtown-corner of Main
and Washington
F44

PERSONAL
4TH GIRL WANTED for new mod. apt.
Good location-on South U. Avail.
immediately. Call 764-1223 before
5:00. F20
FLASHES FROM THE FORUM:
Rumor has it that the football team
is brewing spiritis with which to fill
the LITTLE BROWN JUG.
AFTHOTWTTF F24
LOST-BLACK WALLET. Reward. Call
Lee Redstone, 665-5197. Possibly lost
in South University area. P28
ROOMMATE:
ISN'T IT GREAT!!?
-SWEETROLL
Albion Students-reunion. Sat. after
Wise. game. Call Kay Vivian, 662-
7826 or Chips 761-3683. P45
SANDY JAMES-Happy Belated Birth-
day.-Dena P49
FLASHES FROM THE FORUM:
November will bring house guests.
Rumor has it that they're of the
EARLY ROMAN TYPE.
AFTHOTWTTF F50
Cute coed wishes ride to Illinois game
Nov. 5, and Northwestern Nov. 12.
Will share expenses. Please call Joan-
le, 665-0957. F3
DANGEROUS: in pocket of a blue
benchwarmer jacket that was lost
Sunday at Ferry Field is radio-active
material which only I can dismantle.
If you have the jacket or know where
it is, call Steven Steglitz, 761-1628. F5
CRAIG DILL, CARL WARD, CARL RO-
BIE and 27 other athletes and campus
leaders sell their bods! Impossible?
No, it's true!! Come see for yourself.
October 28th on th Diag 12:00 noon.
Sphink F6
HOT FOR JOCK?
BUY ONE!
October 28th on the Diag
The men of Sphinx
F8
The sweet pumpkin wishes the home-
body and the boys at 101 a Happy
Hallowe'en, and hopes that the gar-
den is not overgrown with asparagus.'
P47
LOST AND FOUND
HELP-I've lost my keys! Beige leather
key case with brown suede trim.
Please return to JudyFields at The
Michigan Daily or call 764-0562. A49
OK-WHOSE GOT MY KEYS?
Serious student reacts with ANGST
to the loss of key ring Friday with
no less than 8 keys & 1 Michigan
Union Tag. Contact George White
NO 5-7853. F38
German Shepherd lost, 4 mo. male, blk.
with tan & silver markings; tan col-
lar, ans. to name Zeus. Vic. Cherry
St., Miller Rd., AA. Reward. 662-3379.
A7
LOST: Phi Sigma Delta pin. Vic. State
& Huron. Call 761-2331 or 761-3912.
A8
DIFFICULTY SEEING?
I found your glasses near Hill &
Washtenaw. To get them call George
White, NO 5-7853 evenings. A6
Lost: Man's Waltham watch Oct. 21.
Call Lee Eavy. 662-3219. Honesty is
a reward in itself. A9

1959 A.S 600 cc. motor cycle. Ex. cond.
Reasonable. Call Bob at 663-2733. Z15
1965 BMW, R-60, 600cc. $1100. Mint
condition. Call 662-7616. Z12
1965 HONDA Scrambler, 2000 miles. Ex-
cellent condition. Must sell. Call 483-
6391 before 3:30 p.m. Ask for Dan. Z9
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.
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-
YAMAHA-BMW-GILERA. We serv-
ice what we sell. 224 S. First. Phone
662-7409. z
HONDA 450
Honda of Ann Arbor-3000 Packard Rd.
665-9281
Home of the nicest people since 19631
HONDA, VELOCETTE, MONTESA
Home of the nicest people since 1963.
HONDA of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard
Rd. 665-9281. Z36
MEN'S 10 sp. Casenave bicycle with
campagnolo derailler, carrier, light
and generator, $60. 708 Arch, ask
for Jim. Z33
THE 6-SPEED IS HERE.
All 1966 models. Demonstrator sale.
Suzuki Sport Center. Just east of
Arborland. 761-2650. z19
1964 YAMAHA 250, gd, cond. Call after
5, 662-9413. Z20
'58 BMW, R 60, good cond. $500. 761-
0638. Z21
1964 Honda, 90cc, excel. cond. Call 663-
9290 after 6 p.m. Ask for Jim. Z22
500cc. TRIUMPH-completely rebuilt.
$375 or best offer. Desperate. NO 8-
7983. Z23
'64 Triumph Bonneville with '65 trim,
ex. cond. Call 761-0352 eves. Z24
'62 VESPA G.S., ,150cc, in very good
cond. Must sell fast. Will take 1st
reasonable offer. 663-4761. Z25
'64 YAMAHA 80cc. Trail Bike Extra:
lower gearing buddy seat. $250. Call
429-4119 aftr 6 p.m. Z28
1964 Vespa 125. Ex. cond. Lg. windsd.
Call Al 663-2733. Z27
1965HONDA 50, 5 mo. old. Like new.
$200 761-3362.tZ26
'65 HONDA Super Hawk, 305 cc. 800 mi.
Must sell. Call 668-6278 after 8 p.m.
Z31
'64 Super Hawk, exceptional cond. $80.
extras. Also portable stereo, 1% yrs.
old. Call 665-3902 after 7:30. Z30
SOLEX - ride on street or pedal on
Diag - park in bike racks - ingen-
ious French motor bike. 663-3877. Z29
1963 250CC BSA, 3800 mi. Excel. cond.
Call Tom, 662-9040, 6-8 p.m. Z32
1965 Honda CA-77, 305cc touring mod-
el, 600 mi., mint cond. Eve. call 665-
2402, 6-7:30 p.m. Z36
1964 Honda 150 cc. Must sell to Highest
bidder-immediately-Ted 663-2139.
Fantastic Deal for scooter enthusiasts.
We have one new Lambretta Cento
$199.99 full price. Z34
Improved Yamaha Service at Nicholson
M/C Sales. Z35
FOR SALE
1964 HONDA 150. $425. 2800 miles. Call
663-4085 after 6 p.m. B27
WISCONSIN and Ohio State tickets for
sale. Call 662-7236 after 6 p.m. B26
TWO TICKETS to Herakles and Krapp's
Last Tape, Sunday matinee, Nov. 14,
third row of balcony in center. $3.60
each. Call 665-7121. B29
HOUSE in Saline, 100 years old, 11
rooms, 4 acres, new furnace and
storms. 870 Austin. 429-7819. B22
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discrimi-
nate collector. 723 Packard, near
state. ' B3

BIKES AND SCOOTERS

HELP WANTED
Financial advisor for our University
Loan Division, married, under 32,
with bachelor's degree. Phone 453-
4030 for appointment. H25
I CAN USE one student, part-time, to
help me on my personnel route. Will
help in development and service, will
share in profits. Call 761-2779, 8-10
a.m. or 3-5 p.m. H20

BUSINESS SERVICES
TUTOR OF FRENCH & GERMAN'
Lessons in conversation and 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

WAITRESS

Full or part-time. Inquire Old German ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns iI
Restaurant, 120 W. Washington, A.A. your clothes? We'll reweave them like
_________________________ new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.

J.B.'s CORNER
Ounce upot a'twilight
twitty,
As I, Potted, swerved
and staggered
Over many of my fellow
feins,
Suddenly there came another
bottle
Gently pop-topping, squishing,
squirting, splashing, flooding
my damned chamber floor.
Signed,
Raven me;

M.E. STUDENTS
Full or Part-Time Work
We seek ambitious engineering stu-
dents for various engineering and
production management assignments.
This would be excellent training for.
a career in manufacture engineering
or production management.
GE 8-2611 (local call)
25 minutes from Ann Arbor
MEAL JOB - NO 10 O'CLOCKS -
LUNCHES ONLY. Call 663-3393, ask
for cook or steward. H23
WEBERS, INC.
3050 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich.
BUSBOYS
Full and part-time busboy positions
available. Must be 18 years old. Good
hourly rate plus tips, complete on
the job training, employee benefits
include paid vacation, retirement-
bonus ,plan, health-accident-life in-
surance plans, good working condi-
tions in pleasant surroundings.
Phone 665-3636 after 11 a.m.
Ask for manager.
NEeDED IMMEDIATELY
We are looking for male and female
part-time sales, male part-time stock-
work. Apply in person, perbsonnel of-
fice, Montgomery Ward, Arborland
Shopping Center. H47
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$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
Rm. and board in exchange for mother
helping and babysitting 20 hrs/wk.
Free morn, hrs. preferred. Call 764-
7548 days. H22
Music Majors or musically trained sub-
jects needed for part time listening
tests. Call 764-4227 betkween 8 and 5.
Wanted: Stud. to direct and provide
program for senior citizens meeting
monthly. Generous financial consid-
eration offered. Contact NO .8-8353
for further information. H23
Babysitting and mother helping job
for stud, with either most mornings
or most afternoons free. Call 764-
7548 days. H21
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
518 E. William (Maynard House)
NO 2-5579. All your music needs:
music, texts, instruments, accessories.
repairs. X
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
Gibson tenor banjo TB-100. Call NO
5-9224. X12
Gibson 12 string guitar with case, eves.
call 665-2402 6-7:30 p.m. X13

FOR RENT

MODERN furnished apartment, 2 bed- WANT RIDE to Illinois game, Will
rooms. Call 662-4663. C37 share expenses. Call Jim, 662-4276.
G34

TRANSPORTATION

761-3993
Your Number FOR QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal a n d technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine St.
J1

BARN IN Saline. $35 per month. 870
A.stin, Saline. C24
TIFFANY APARTMENTS - Luxurious.
furnished by-level apartments. Now
available for men and couples. Just
four blocks from main campus. Phone
663-8866. C19
NO LEASE REQUIRED
Large unfurn. studio apt, avail Nov.
15. All utilities incl. for $60/mo. 663-
7268 or 665-0234. C42
Third girl for 3 bdrm, apt on East U.
$53/mo. 761-0568 eves. C43
For sublet to male student: Spacious
new 4 man apt, Furn, ol. air cond.,
dishwasher, disposal, fireplace, pkg.
facilities, on campus. Call 663-2218
after 5. C44
NEW-CAMPUS-MODERN
1 BEDROOM- Suitable for 3 people,
half block off State. Beautifully fur-
nished, air pond., balcony, frigidaire
appliances, $177. NO 8-6906.r C45
Furnished 1 bdrm. apt. in Huron Towi-
e r Lease expires Aug. 31, '66. NO
3-0800; 449-5811. L26
Apt. 1 bedrm., furn. $135. Avail Nov.
25. 823 Brown Apt. No. 4 after 6 or
call 663-0511. C46
1 bedrm. furn. apt, Conveniently lo-
cated across fr. Rackham. Short term
lease avail. 663-9717. C47
Volvo, 1961, PV-544, 4-sp syncromesh,
radio, new tires, rebuilt eng., red,
$575. 665-2372 betw. 9-4. C48
WANTED TO BUY
Need V-W under $400, 4-8533 day, 662-
5175 night. K37

OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE
240 Nickels Arcade

JI

F12

RENT Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portable for only $10,
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F

FRAT & SORORITIES ATTENTION!
Add money to your treas. while you
Xmas shop. Contact Joyce Eaton,
439-7476. J6
WANTED TO RENT
NEED 1 MORE girl to share mod. apt.
for winter term. $60/mo. 761-3676. L22
ONE GIRL to share apt. $55/mo. Mod-
ern bidg. on campus. 663-6304 after 4.
3 girls need 4th to share spacious, mod,
apt, close to campus. Available now
or in Dec. 662-0529. L24
Plan now for winter semester. 2 girls
needed for 2 bdrm. 3 man mod. can-
pus apt, Call 761-3779. L27
4th man needed to share 2 bdrm. apt.
near campus.' Brand new and clean.
$50/mio. 761-3570. L25
4th girl to share large 2 bedrm. apt. w.
3 other grads. $52.50/mo. Call 663-
3435, 5-7. p.m. L28
USED CARS
1964 MGB-GT Hardtop-softtop, toneau,
wires, Br. green. 761-3406. N16
750 ABARTH, zagato body, 1961, red.
Cheap. Call Freeman, 665-9057. N7
1960 VW Sedan, radio; good cond. $700.
483-5340. N50
FOR SALE-1960 Austin Healy 3000 de-
luxe. Excel. cond. Radio, wire-wheels,
overdrive. 1106 Oakland, No. 2. NO 2-
0497. N42
1961 VOLKSWAGEN sun roof. $725. Call
663-2733. N18
OLDS 98, 1955, ,automatic, good cond.
New tires. $160. Call 668-6007 betw.
6:30-8:30. N49
1961 VW Sedan, rad, WW, blue. $700.
Call 761-3523 after 6. X171
'63 Austin Healy 3000. Excel. cond.
23000 mi., FMIrad, wire, overdrive:
663-7055. N18
'61 Corvette, 4 sp, posi-traction; Call
NO 5-0298. N19

APA TICKET
for Saturday, October 30. Call Rachel
at 761-0800. K26
P HOTO SU PP LIES
8 mm movie equipment--excel quality,
Patne Imperial Camera & alum., car-
rying case. . . Bolex Projector; total
$275. Call 663- 942 eves. bi
8 mm zoom movie camera, 10-28mm
f/1.8ulens electric eye zoom viewer,
built-in filters. $35, 764-4758, 12-2,
5-11 P.M. D2'

NEEDED: RIDE TO CHICAGO Week-
end of Oct. 29. Call Chris or Barb
764-9778. 030
RIDE TO CHICAGO wanted for two
charming chicks. Leave Ann Arbor
Fri., Oct. 29, return Sunday. Call
Marti or Carol, 764-0912. G32
Two girls want ride to Columbus, Ohio
round trip for Fri., Oct. 29th week-
end. Able to leave any time after 12
noon on Fri. Will share expenses.
Call Carol at 665-3159. G33
Two co-eds desire ride to Champaign,
Illinois November 5. Contact Lynne
at 764-5914. 037
Suave freshman girl needs ride from
Columbus to Ann Arbor on October
31. Call 4-5952. 038
Ride wanted to Dayton, Ohio, Friday,
November 5th anytime. Share expen-
ses. Call Rick, 764-1710. 039
HELP! Need ride desperately to Big
Rapids area weekend of Oct. 29. Will
share expenses. Call Mary Jean 764-
3980 after 7 p.m. G40
Wanted-ride to Grand Rapids Oct. 29.
Call Karin 764-0806. G41
2 Coeds need ride to Evanston-or Chi-
cago area weekend of Nov. 12, will
share expenses; call Sharon 764-7623.
043
Wanted-ride to Pittsburgh Oct. 29,
Will share expenses. Call Judy, 663-
3739. 042
RIDE NEEDED: to and from MSU week-
end of Oct. 29. Call Barb 764-9778,
MISCELLANEOUS
When you walk down Packard-we
know you just can't pass by Ralph's
without stopping for a Chinese choc-
olate cookie, or some other cookies to
nibble on. Ralph's is a great Ann
Arbor Tradition. M
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night 'til 12

WANTED-Four tickets to APA
night, Oct. 30. Will trade two
row seats for following Sat. and
Call 761-1106, 12-3 a.m.

FRATERNITY &
SORORITY BANQUETS

READ
HE DAI LY

For your dinner meetings, dances, .:
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron
Motor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. ,M

Sat.
fifth
cash.
K22

Happy Birthday, POOCH!
Love, Phlip.

F20 I

TRAVEL, in the younger set, is a part
of EDUCATION; in the elder, a part
of EXPERIENCE." --- Francis Bacon.
Display your EDUCATIONAL EXPE-
RIENCE with a travel poster of the
ARB. Send your name, address, and
phone number to POB 452, Ann Ar-
bor. $1.00 COD. F21'
Karen: DON'T PANIC, it ,really isn't
showing. It might sometime however,
if you aren't careful. P23

AHIDDEN,,CHAPTER
IN THE
FIGHT AGAINST, WAR
A DISCUSSION OF
j the little-known history of the troop revolts and mutinies that took
place in the American Armed Forces at the end of the Second
World War;
* how the soldiers' strikes and "Bring the Troops Home" movements
developed and how they were organized;
0 how these developments gave added encouragement to the struggles
of the colonial peoples for their freedom;
* what lessons can the new anti-war movement draw fron this "hid-
den chapter" of the struggle against war.

PAID ADVERTISEMENT
The following letter appeared in the Detroit News
I r
20 xerts Rel o Attacks
on U.S. Policy in Vietnam Warr
U1
I 3
To the Editor: We, the undersigned, write as scholars
and specialists most of whom have devoted much of their DR. WESLEY R. FISHEL,
1 adult lives to study and work in South and East Asian Michigan State University.
affairs. Included in our number are most of this nation's 1
* small nucleus of specialists on Vietnam. Many of us have PROF. P. J. HONEY, U
! ' lived in Vietnam itself. We - University of London.
feel compelled to write in smaller scale, rival the atro-
cities of the Axis Powers in WILLIAM P. MADDOX,
1 response to what we consid- ,
SWorld. War II. New York City a
1 er the distortions of fact The Geneva Accords were I
' and the emotional allega- broken first and repeatedly by PROF. R. L. TURNER,
tions of a small but vocifer- the Communists, as document- Michigan State University
ous group of fellow univer- ed by the records of the Inter-
* sity teachers regarding the onal ontrols Commssion. DR. CHARLES WOLF JR.,
* The President has offered to
u war in Vietnam. hold unconditional peace talks The Rand Corp.'
£ We must first observe that with Hanoi and has been re- i
those who have signed ad- jected repeatedly by Hanoi, DR. GEORGE E. TAYLOR, ,
1 vertisements a n d petitions Peking and Moscow. The bur- University of Washington.
reprsent a very small por- den of proof is now on the
tion of all university profes- Communists. PROF. WM. B. DUNN, u
sors. Further, the petition Communist e o n q u e s t of University of the State
2 signers Include dispropor- South Vietnam would, in our of New York.
1 tionately fewer scholars in view, lead inevitably to a de- ,
the fields of government, in- teriorati9n of resolve through- PROF. JOHN D. I
1 ternational relations and out South and Southeast Asia. MONTGOMERY, 1
1 Asian studies. We believe that Chinese hege- M
mony o v e r Southeast Asia Harvard University.
Quite apart from the merits would be disastrous to Ameri-
L i of American policy - past or can national interest and will DR. CHARLES A. JOINER, 1
present-we believe the manner severely compromise the capa- Temple University.
. . inwihth eiios n
ma .tch ihs es bn city of Japan, the Philippines,
presented Is a discredit to those ndia and Pakistan to survive WILLIAM HENDERSON, 1
who would call themselves as Independent nations. Socony Mobil Oil Co.
scholars. The Vietnamesethere any lesson that
and its related political context should have been learned by us DR. FRANK N. TRAGER, 1
since 1919, it is that collective
U are enormously complex. Even security is the only effective New York University.
1 the most qualified experts dis- securit is th ,ol tive
1 agree on important facts or the means to deal with totalitarian-1
m ism on the march. Our nego- REV. F. J. CORLEY, S.J,,
meaning of those facts. It is no tiations and agreements must St. Louis University.
! surprise that they also disagree not be "Munichs." Rather they i
1 on alternative courses of action, must be backed by clear evi- DR. CHARLES L. HUNT, 1
1 It serves no useful purpose, dence of our determination to Western Michigan U.
therefore, to engage In name- m a i n t a i n the arrangements
i calling, distortion, emotional- agreed to as the conditions for
* Ism and gross oversimplifica- peace. '
* tion. For the record, therefore, Men who prize liberty are Massachusetts Institute of
we feel compelled to make the unwilling to settle for peace at : Technology.
I following assertions of facts: any price. Nor does negotiation
I The Viet Cong initiated the from weakness and without DR. DAVID A. WILSON,
present war in South Vietnam. conditions serve to placate im- University of California. 1

'56 VW. Radio, heater, rebuiltf engine.
$275. 761-3999. N23
TRIUMPH TR-3B, '63. White, wire
wheels, pirelli tires. Ex, mech. cond.
$1395 or best offer. Call 764-6356
day-663-5693 nites & weekends. N21

Thurs., Oct. 28
800 P.M.
tRoom 3-D
Mich. Union

MARY ALICE
STYRON
National Executive
Committee Member of the
Young Socialist Allionce

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1960 JEEP DISPATCHER $550. 2 wh.
drive, in perf. cond. A goqd rugged
car. Call 663-5942 eves. N21

AUSPICES: CAMPUS YOUNG SOCIALIST ALLIANCE

1964 YAMAHA 80cc Trail Bike.
Lower gearing buddy seat,
Phone 429-4119 after 6' p.m.

Extra:
$250.
B32

Poloroid J-66 camera, takes color, b &i
w, color equip. included. New cond.
$45. Call 764-4758, 8-2 & 5-11. B33
APA ticket. "~Herakies." Oct. 29, 8 p.m.
Price $4.00. Call 764-3638 . , B34
TICKET to APA's HERACKLES, Fri.,
Oct 29. Excellent seat. Call 665-0762
or 761-0611, ask for Stu. B35
visit our new WESTERN STORE. Suede
Jackets, boots, hats, clothes, and sad-
dles. Tues.-Sat. 10:00-5 Wed. & Sat.
evemngs 7-9. Schneider's Western
Supply, 2635 Saline Road. (One mile
south of Mich/ stadium) J
RAFAEL PUYANA - HARPSICHORDIST
Sunday October 31-two tickets for
,sale-call 761-3484. ,3 36
AM-FM mpx tuner, 70 watt stereo amp.
also old 45's. Cali John 662-2627. B37
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
LEVI JACKETS
"White" and Colors-$5.98
Blue Denim-$5.49
LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49

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