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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

557
II

FOR RENT
GIRLS Two delightful apartments in
a charming older building close to
campus. New furnitupre and carpet-
ing. Lots of room. $52.50 and $55.00
per mo. each for 4 girls. Call 665-4200
anytime except 12-3 p.m. C6
$160 PER MONTH
2 BEDROOM APT.
New Building; air -conditioning,
dish-washer, garbage disposal.
Good furniture. Available now.
Call NO 5-9405.
C7
APT. FOR 2 NEAR CAMPUS immed-
lately. 1 bedroom $140 per mo. 482-
3259 (Ypsilanti number) after 7. C8
SUMMER SUBLET
Two girls to share 3-man apartment.
lots of room, centrally located, close to
stores and classes. On Church between
S. University and Hill Sts. Call 761-
7403. Will take best offer. CD
MODERN THREE-BEDROOM APART-
MENT for SUMMER RENTAL two
blocks from central campus, parking
facilities, and spacious living room
with pation and charcoal grill. Call
761-7772. CB
MALE FOREIGN GRAD student seeks
roommate for a 2-man apt. close to
campus, $60 a month. Available im-
mediately. Call 665-7340 between 6-7
p.m. C5
ONE OR TWO MEN needed - Large
house, 4 blocks west campus. Quiet.
$50/mo., no lease, March 1. Call now,
668-7028. C4
NON-STUDENT seeks very quiet single
room or apt., beg. July. May be
unfurn., any distance from campus.
Play no radios, records, etc., need
neighbors who don't either. Call 764-
2214, weekdays 8-5 or write R. Jacob,
Endocronology & Metabolism Lab., U.
Hospital. CT
SUMMIT HOUSE -Modern 2 and 3
bedroom furnished apartments with
fireplace, balcony, fully equipped
kitchen, air-cond., and heat paid by
us. Call 761-5471 after 6 p.m. C39
SINGLE ROOM for rent, with refriger-
ator. Call 663-3886. C40
1326 GEDDES
FALL OCCUPANCY
Newer 2 bedroom furnished., wall-tQ-
wall carpeting, disposal, $210.00 per
mo. Also other furnished 2 bedroom
apts. in campus and hospital areas
from $200.00 per mo.
Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 10 to 1 p.m.
C18
LARGE EFFIC. APT., Huron Towers,
10th floor--Furn., unfurn., or buy
my furn. $129/mo. Phone Dennis at
761-3899 or 764-5448. 03
OAKLAND APARTMENTS
Available for August Rental-Deluxe
three-bedroom, six-mian apartment.
Apartment has been newly remodeled
and features a large living room
with fireplace, separate dining room,
large kitchen, three large bedrooms
and bath. The apartment is perfect
for nurses, located less than a block
from St. Joseph's Hospital. Girls only.-
For an appointment to see the apart-
ment call 761-2657 or 761-9388.. Cfl

FOR RENT
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
3 and 3 man apartments, furnished bi-
levels and efficiencies. 1 block form
campus. Manager on premises. Phone
or stop by. 736 Packard or call busi-
ness phone NO 3-5584 or NO 3-8866.
CC
McKINLEY ASSOCIATION
Available now:
2-4 man apartments
824 McKinley
Call Mr. Wilson, 663-6448
C9
ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
spacious, modern apartment. Cheap,
665-6487. 036
THOMAS PLAZA apartments on cam-
pus, State near Packard, now renting
for fall. 3 and 4-man apartments fea-
turing air-conditioning, complete fur-
nishings, study, covered parking.
Call 761-8055 or-665-8330 evenings. C26
OAKLAND APARTMENTS
Fall Rental: 3 or 4 man modern apart-
ments one block from Bus. Ad., A &
D schools, two blocks from main
campus. Fully furnished, newly redec-
orated, paneling in living room and
both bedrooms, private off-street
parking. For appointment call 761-
2657 or 761-9381. 029
OAKLAND APARTMENTS
Fall rental-One and two bedroom 3-
man apartments in newly remodeled
older building. Less than a block from
St. Joseph's Hospital. Apartments fea-
ture wall to wall carpeting, paneled
rooms, new furniture and appliances.
For appointment call 761-2657 or 761-
9381. C28
418 E. Washington Street
Directly on Campus-half blk. off State
WASHINGTON
MANOR
Spacious, New, Luxurious furnished,
One Bedroom - for 3 students. Bale.,
air cond., soundproof. Laundry and
storage facilities.
EXTRA FEATURE - Large study
hall. Mgr in apt. 15 Call NO °8-6906.
Now leasing for summer and fall. C
PLACE IN MODERN 4-girl apartment.
Available immediately. Low rent. 663-
5858. C27
GRAD. AND DROP OUT looking for a
roommate. Modern 3 man, close to
campus. Call 663-7991. C38
HURON TOWERS
North Campus Area
2200 Fuller Rd.
Studio, 1, 2, 3 bdrm. furnished and
unfurnished. Rentals from $135. Free
bus transportation to hospital, cam-
pus. and downtown. Air-cond., gar-
age space available, also outside
parking. Ann Arbor's finest modern
high rise apartments. Rental agent on
premises daily. Call 663-0800. C
SUMMER SUBLET
SUBLET OUR STUNNING 4-MAN APT.
for the summer term (July and Aug-
ust). Central air-cond.,'parking space,
and all the rest. Call Soon 761-2235.
UB
2-MAN, MODERN, air-conditioned apt.
3 min. to Angell Hall. Very reason-
able. Call 663-7127. U10
YOU'LL GET IT!
Bi3-level, 3 or 5 man apt., dishwasher,
air-cond., free parking, fair price. Call
665-2230. 511 E. Hoover, No. 17. U8
RATHSKELLER 2-MAN APT. completely
furnished, one bedroom. Ideal loca-
tion, 5 minutes to campus. Will rent
all or part of summer. Very cheap.
341 E. Liberty, Apt. 7. Call 663-1909. U9

FOR RENT
TEACHER DESIRES ROOMMATE for an
attractive furnished apt. on South
Main. Call after 5 761-4784. 042
GIRL WANTED to share apartment.
Packard near State. Call after 6 o'clock
663-0451. C50
RENT NOW! $50 private room in house
for 4. Must like animals. Phone Bar-
ney or Chris 761-1403. 045
ROOM - Male, share kitchen and bath.
Call 761-2729. C46
FALL '67
New, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-5 persons.
Some May to May leases available
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
OFFICE 545 CHURCH ST.
761-7600
016
FREE
We find You Summer
Sublet Apartments
SUBLET SERVICE
1217 S. University
761-3688
C4
NEED 4th MAN for modern apt, near
campus. $62.50 per m. plus electri-
city. Call 662-0874 or 764-1360. C41
SHARE NEW 2-bdrm. apt. with male
grad., parking, pool. Price negotiable.
Call 761-8956. C23
ARE YOU TIRED OF LIVING
IN THE
HIGH RENT DISTRICT?
Our buildings are clean and inspected
weekly, exterminated monthly and
serviced whenever needed. All this at
a price you can afford and a location
you desire.
PATRICK S. PULTE, Inc.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
Pick up apt. listings for fall '67 in
our office. C48
FALL - Spacious, furnished, 4 bed-
room house on a large Whitmore Lake
lot. Firepl"ce in living-dining room,
large glass enclosed porch overlooking
the lake, drive-in basement suitable
for car washing, waxing, etc. Ade-
quate room -for up to 7 students, too
large for 3. Excellent location for
those desiring the benefits of lake-
front luxury. 8% month lease. Call
449-2668. 037
FALL APARTMENTS
Both new and old buildings. One,
two, or three persons. Priced from
$100-$195.
Call BILL KOTILA, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.,
662-4936
C31
SUBLET SERVICE
Phone 761-3688
We rent your apartment for you.
1217 S. University
C49
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Move in tonight
Several 2-bedroom apts. avalalable im-
mediately. Very reasonably priced.
917 Packard-was $230, now $195
848 Tappan-was $300, now $225
1001 Forest-was $260, now $220
425 Hill-was $220, now $180
Also need married couple to act as
resident supervisors. Phone Apts. Lim-
ited, 610 S. Forest, 761-5440 010
ROOM AND BOARD
TRADE APTS for one month. Meet un-
usual people. Denise 761-7166. L25
MEN-BOARD at Friends International
Co-op, the best co-op on campus. Call
Ricky, 662-3191. E23
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. E20
ROOM AND BOARD available. Call Russ
at 761-7420. EB

PERSONAL

A. J. POTEX
r he embodiment of soul for a soulless
city. - Coming soon to Ann Arbor.
PC
Dick Steinger: I found a quarter under
I{ 30 feet of snow; does that make me
( supergirl? Try the Canterbury House
Saturday or Sunday. FF
"HARMONY IN CHAOS"
Is there meaning behind the confusion
In our lives?
This is the subject of a talk presented
by The-Theosophical Society Satur-
day, Feb. 4, 8:00 p.m. Everyone We-
come. Coffee will be served. F31
NEEDED: BASS FIDDLE
Interested in buying an inexpensive
bass, need not be full size. Call Paul
662-6069. FB
SUSIE - Happy Anniversary to, my re-
vol. Forever, Chas. F32
BAGELS-KAPLAN-LOX-KAPLAN-
BRILLIANCE-COME and hear Dr. bra-
ham Kaplan at ATID's Bagels and
Lox luncheon this Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
1429 Hill Street. Call Bill Ascher at
665-3320 for information. All ewl-
come. F33
HILLEL MEMBERS are asked to make
reservations for THEODORE BIKEL
at Deli House before the tremendous
response of other students closes you
out! Call 63-4129 TODAY. F34
AMBER FLATLETS metaphorically
"match the impedance" of techno-
logists and scientists. Crooks Rd. at
OZZIE AND HARRIET DO IT FOR
HANK - So do Millard Fillmore, The
13 1/4, Royal Oak. 549-4045. F35
"Green Fedoras," Dean of Women,
"Virginia Bochs," and "Rod." Read
about them all in the GARGOYL,
coming to campus Feb. 8th. FC
WED., FEB. 8th
**KOZMOPOLITAN**
THE LADIES MAGAZINE THAT
GROSSED OUT OUR PRINTER!
FC
LURLEEN WALACE DOES IT FOR
HANK. So does F. F. Raalf, "Rex
Flex," Harlan Hatcher, and the "SIN-
ama Guild." Read about them all
in the regular size "COMING OF AGE
IN ANN ARBOR ISSUE of Gargoyle.
Coming to campus FEB. 8TH.
PC
WHO PRINTS THE GARGOYLE? We
know how to keep a secret! C
ROOMMATE NEEDED for 4-man house.
Call Dick 663-5006, cheap $50 per mo.
FE
Lloyd has a BE gun.
Watch out, Breakfast Bird!
PC
THE CHOCOLATE BEARD loves the
Black Cherry Kiss. RSVP FD
,JUNIOR COEDS looking for a compat-
ible fourth to share large, modern,
New, air-conditioned, $60 per month.
close-to-campus apartment next fall.
Call 761-7403. FD
MISS SIMON and GARFUNKEL?
Never fear? Inter House Assembly
will rise again, Feb. 11.
F.H.A. DAY
F30
SINCE ALMOST all genuine diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for a
ring mounting does not guarantee the
quality of the major diamond in the
ring. Austin Diamond-1209 S. Univer-
sity. 663-7151., F2
GREAT EUROPE Charter TWA Boeing
707 Jet. $250.00. N.Y.C.-London-Paris-
Detroit. May 18-July 14. $50 deposit.
Call 663-9936, 6:30-10:30 p.m. 22
1-0 STOCKWELL is now accepting ap-
plications for next year's streakers-
in-residence. Call 764-1918. F8
WANTED-Interesting faces to appear
in experimental film. Being exper-
ienced necessary. Call 764-2837. FC
THERE'E NO PLACE LIKE Hillel Deli
House for Corned Beef. 2 sandwiches
yet! with soda, pickles, and Israeli
M9Iusic. Call 663-4129 tomorrow for
Reservations. Sundays at 5:30 $1.00
members $1.25 others. 1429 Hill Street.
F12
SUSIE H. and the KRAUT,
Southern Comfort, Cat Woman,
Cr.. ow-True Michigan Girls-
We send warmest greetings. 79 H
FE
WANTED-Sewing done for grad stu-
dent. Please mail telephone number to
Dave, 428 S. 7th, Ann Arbor, Mich.
F7
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. F30

PERSONAL
A STUDENT UNION EXISTS!
Locals are now being formed. Anyone
interested in helping to organize a
local around any issue of student
concern can obtain further informa-
tion by calling 665-8792 or 665-4743. F3
FLAMING PIZZA
by Domino's Creatures
Call 761-1111
(Fast Free Delivery)
P26
GARGOYLE challenges Cinema Guild
to an obscentity duel. Details at the
Mass Meeting February first at the
Student Publications Building. Be
there at 7:00. FB
Rent Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
MUSKET-Final Performance TICKETS
FOR SALE at $2.50 Saturday, Feb. 4 at
9:30. Call 764-4966. PA
OSTERWEIL CO-OP has a few spaces
for women to room and board. Only
18 per week. Close to campuns. Own-
ed and run by students. Call or visit
338 E. Jefferson. 662-4440. F44
WANTED-PIANIST for summer. Job
with trio. Pay excellent!! Call Dale,
351-7427 East Lansing. F28
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
KLUZAK come home. Tijuana needs
you. U.S.N.C. F29
DAVID B.-
Thankx Angel-Lisa. FD
APARTMENT 17 announces to the
whole world the engagement of Bar-
bara Bird to Michal Luxemberg. P22
LET THE whole world acknowledge:
Georgia BBA is VERY EXCELLENT!
A public service announcement from
those who have been informed. FC
VISIT OUR WESTERN STORE.
Jo-O-Kay & Comfy Jackets. Justin,
Tony Lama and Acme Boots.
Schneider Western Supply
2635 Saline Rd.
Ph. 663-0111. 1 mile S. of UM Stadium
F
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Airplane ticket, Brussels
to Detroit, June 3. $125. Jeff 662-1154.
B17
MUST SELL - Magnavox Micromatic
Portable Stereo (Deluxe) 1967 model.
Perfect cond. For details, 764-4601. B15
FOR SALE-Honda 50, c010, excellent
condition, cheap. Ask for Lee, 764-
0872. B16
MINOX-B, like new. $85. Built-in light
meter. 761-9554. lB1
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1962 TRIUMPH Bonneville-Full race
cam, bored to 705cc high compression
pistons. Just overhauled. $650. Con-
tact Toni Hill, 1003 Packard,/ Apt. 2.
After 6:30 p.m. N25
CB-160 HONDA-1965, 1200 miles. $390 or
best offer. Phone Steve Thom 662-
3256. Z22

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Black key case. Call Sandy
662-7436. AF
LOST - 1 brown shoulder bagin MAS-
SON HALL. IF FOUND CALL 663-3093.
A50
LOST - Omega wristwatch with name
engraved on back, in the Arb while
eobagonning. Reward. Call 665-5925.
Al
LOST-Wrist watch on Huron Valley
Golf Course. Reward. Call evenings.
663-5418. A48
LOST - Large black purse with 2 poc-
kets in front, near Martha Cook Hall.
Reward. Please contact J. Ogletree
764-5831. A47
A PAIR OF GLASSES, Sunday, left in
red car at Big Bay. Please call Rich,
764-2635. A46
LOST-1 roommate. Found-1 room-
mate. SUBLET SERVICE, 761-3688. A45
LOST-Cat, male iSamese vicinity State
and Packard. Call 761-6161. A37
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS -
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new
and useed, lessons, repairs.
209 S. State 665-8001 10 a.m.-7p.m.
X18
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric, instruments, acces-
sories, Guild Martin, Gibsen. Mosrite
David, lessons-repairs 209 S. State
665-8001 10-7 p.m. X
A-I New and Used Irstruments
BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washtngton
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to NYC on Fri., re-
turning Sunday night. Call 761-58321
G22
TRAVEL BUY OF
1967
EUROPE-3 TOURS
$36900 include
AIRFARE- HOTELS
SIGHTSEEING
OPEN TO ANYONE

USED CARS
FOR SALE--'65 VW Sedan. Call 662-
9153 after 6 p.m. N27
1964 FALCON, 4 door. Price $180. Good
condition. Call Padashi,, 761-0770 af-
ternoons. N28
VOLKSWAGEN, 1961. Excellent condi-
tion. $450. Call 761-1250 after 5. N29
'63 RAMBLER Classic 660. 4 dr. sedan,
blue with white top, factory air-cond.,
overdrive, radio, rear speaker, all.safe-
ty features, 4-way flasher, good tires,
new brake3, clutch, no rust, immacu-
late. Call Sam Lam, 761-0551. N26
'63 CORVAIR Spyder convert., red, wt.
top, turbo charged 4-spd., H.D. susp.,
Rand H, Michelin tires. Sharp. 475-
7621. N24
FOR SALE -- '64 red Renault R8. In
excellent condition. Will sell to top
bidder, Call 663-7791. CC
RED AUSTIN HEALY, 3000 Mark LL
Excellent condition, Blaupvnckt Am
and FM radio, Michelen, X, tires,
Pirelli. Snows. Call 665-2128 between
6:30 and 8:00 p.m. N22
BUSINESS SERVICES
COMPETANT SEC'Y employed part-
time by U. of M. wants more chal-
lenging position within U. of M. 764-
7488 mornings. J38
RIDE WANTED to Madison, Wisc. Feb.
3 or 10. Mark 663-2031. G23
WANTED - EXOTIC DANCER for
party of young sophisticates. Call 761-
8668 ask for Mike. JB
TYPING-Neat and accurate. Telephone
663-2623. J37
VOICE INSTRUCTION by female Uni-
versity grad. 665-4633., J36
761-3993
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; litho-
graphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES. INC.
334 Catherine

HELP WANTED
CAMP SEQUOIA N.Y. coed camp in-
terviewing at the SAB Thursday-Sat-
urday. For information call 764-9621.
H22
BABYSITTER-2 days a week, prefer-
ably Tues. and Wed. 11:30-3:30. $1 per
hour plus lunch. Need own transpor-
tation. Call NO 3-7110 after 4. H23
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER needed
for approximately 4 hours per week
Iin established small modern manu-
facturing firm. Call 663-5723. H20
MEAL JOBS available at fraternity. Call
steward, 663-7037. H119
SECRETARY! Sense of humor, likes
hard work, drives car, makes coffee,
able to work with three balmy, per-
fectionistic researchers; cool, compul-
sive, able to go it alone; can type,
file, and get administrators to work
and smile; for rare, "challenging" job
on study of Negro-White differences
in blood pressure. Call 764-1158. H17
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 for Rh positive. $10, $12, $14 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon., Tues.,
Thurs:. Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years
old naed parent's permission.. Detroit
Blood Service, 404 W. Michigan, Ypsi-
lanti, Mich. 483-1894. H

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error to our attention. Thank
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BAGEL DELIVERY
We deliver fresh bagels
on Sunday morning to frats,
sororities, dorms and apartments.
Egg, Plain, Salted, and Onion

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SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.98
"White" and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim Fits $5.98

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LEVI JACKETS
"White"
Denim-$6.98

LEVI'S Supersim's-$4.98
LEVV'S Dungarees-$4.98
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
"White" & Colors-$5.98
COTTON TURTLENECKS--$1.79
(Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

CHEAPI Modern 4-mhan apartment with
EVERYTHINGI Call 665-3887. U7
MODERN 4-MAN APT, very near hos-
pital and campus, excellent location,
brand-new furniture and carpetry.
Will bargain. 1341 Geddes Apt. 5 662-
5855. U6
LUXURY APT. for summer. 3 Man, 2
bedroom. Air-cond., dishwasher, cov-
ered parking, balcony, garbage dis-
posal, close to campus. Why not live
like a king this summer for a peas-
ant's rent? Call 665-4576. UC
GIRLS-We have 2 4-man apts. left
for fall rental. 2 blocks from the
Union. Air-conditioned, 2 baths, gar-
bage disposal and sunroof. $268 per
mo. Call NO 3-5584. 01
WANTED-Roommate for engineering
grad student in new apt. in AA. Call
Ron, 764-4311 days or 663-2744 nights.
02
APT. FOR RENT-Single opening in
tour man. 751 S. Forest, No. 410. Call
761-3965. 041
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY -- 2 bedroom
unfurnished in brand new building.
Call 761-8055 or 665-2689. 010
FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-1 man
needed for modern 2-man apt. Locat-
ed at 731 Packard. Call 665-8187. C49

F

WANTED TO RENT
5 HARD WORKING seniors need house
for fall near campus. Call 761-9557.
L24
WANTED FOR FALL - Two bedroom,
two-map apt. Moderate price, old
house preferred. Call 761-8132. L21
FIVE CREATIVE juniors would like to
rent a beautiful house or apartment
near campus. Needed next fall. 764-
9633 or 764-9661. LD
MISCELLANEOUS
TAX FORMS have you bewildered?
Contact Ann Arbor Business Service.
Call 668-6357. M25
FRATERNITY &
SORORITY BANQUETS
For your ginner meetings,- dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
war Inn, HU 3-1771. Ypsilanti. M

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WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ
1000 TO 2000 WORDS A MINUTE
WITH FULL COMPREHENSION & RETENTION
EASE PRESSURE-SAVE TIME-IMPROVE CONCENTRATION
You can read 150-200 pages an hour using the ACCELERATED READING method.
You'll learn to comprehend at speeds of 1,000 to 2,000 words a minute-3 to 6 times as
fast os you read now. And retention is excellent.
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 wont to do. You'll save many hundreds of hours.
NO machines, projectors, or apparatus are used while learning the ACCELERATED
READING method. Thus you avoid developing ANY dependence upon external equipment
in reading rapidly. The new reading skill is 'permanently retained for this reason.
Afternoon classes and evening classes in ACCELERATED READING will be taugh# at
the BELL TOWER INN, adjacent to the U. of M. campus, beginning in mid-February. The
semester ends on April 18. This is our Eighth semester of classes in Ann Arbor.
Ra nt~- ,n ,+ ,n n-inu te u lFAlcD MCTRATION of the ACCELERATED

INTERESTED
IN AN
OVERSEAS
CAREER?
Mr. Gerald L. Heck
wilt be on the campus
February 10, 1967
to discuss the training offered at
A.I.F.T. (an intensive nine months
program of post graduate study) and
the job opportunities open to
graduates in the field of
' INTERNATIONAL TRADE and
GOVERNMENT SERVICE.

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