JANUARY 8, 1967'
ffRE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
LINES I day
Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 1 112, 21/, 3 , etc. inch size/willI
average of the lower ond higher inch rate.
be billed of the
RED STAR SKIS
Reisin - Slalom, good condition with
beindings, $65. NO 3-9202. B35
HEAD STANDARD SKIS. Fair condi-
tion. Cubco bindings. $45. NO 3-9202.
'66 SUPER HAWK. Must sell. Best of-
fer, good condition. Call 662-6205 or
leave message at Campus Corner
MAMIYAFLEX C2 Twinlens reflex f 3.5
105 mm., case, grip, cable, releases,
etc. Excellent condition. $140. 665-
'65 KAOMANN GHIA coup. Excellent
condition. Extras. 761-6517. N3
1964 BARRACUDA, V-8, 4-speed, air-
cond.; low mileage, excellent condi-
tion. Call Bob, 761-2795. N2
BIG BLUE RAMBLER!?
For sale, 1962 Rambler stick six. Call
24 hour service, Phone 663-6629. J32
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
ONE GIRL for immediate occupancy.
Modern apartment, good location, Call
665-4557 after 5:00 P.M. P26
IMMEDIATE OPENING for one man in
spacious four-man apt. Great loca-
tion. Call 665-0976, . C25
4TH GIRL WANTED for modern 4-man
apt. Price negotiable. Two bedrooms,
bath, living room, carpeting, parking
lot. 1320 5. University, No. 8. 761-7664.
FOR RENT--2 roommates to fill 3 man
modern apt., bal., air-conditioned, 2
bdrm. Call Pete at Det.' TY 4-6144 or
nights at 761-9554. C21
PURE LUCK! Fourth man needed for
brand new apt. Large building, beau-
tiful view. Call 663-2120 after 5:00. C22
Now Renting for the Fall
THE PARK LANE
3 and 4 man apts. Bi-level, air-condi-
tioned, dishwashers, disposals, fur-
nished, on campus. Call NO 5-9627
after 6 p.m. C16
SUMMIT HOUSE--modern 1, 2, & 3
bdrm. apartments with fireplace, bal-
cony, spacious living room and kitch-
en with all the convenienced. Call
761-5471. C' 48
MODERN, 2 bdrm. apt., carpet, air-
cond. Avail. Feb. 1. Packard near
on campus- bl. opp. State Et.
Available immediately, spacious,
new, luxurious, one bedroom-for 3
students. Balc., air cond., sound-
proof. Laundry and storage facilities.
EXTRA FEATURE - large study
hall. Mgr. in apt. 15. Call NO 8-6906.
Also renting for fall. C42
1 OR 2 MEN to share 2 bedroom, mod-
ern apt. $40 each/month, 809 Cather-
ine, No. 8. 665-8972. C49
WANTED-4th man. Modern air-cond.
apartment near Frieze Building, $55
nmonth. Call 665-4880. C4
2ND ROOMMATE wanted fo rone bdrm.
iuxury apart. $70/month. Near Univ.
Hospital. Phone 761-3821 or NO 2-
2655 and ask for Rick Adrian. C6
SUBLET close to campus for winter se-
mester, % of large 2-man apt. Call
George Holets at 663-4804. C40
For fall. rental-THE TRADEWINDS. 2,
3, and 4-man luxury apts. Bi-level.
1, baths, balconies, covered parking,
completely furnished, air condition-
ing. Call 761-8055 afternoons. 665-8330
or 662-2750 evenings. C14
FOUR-MAN quiet place to study. Lin-
ens furnished, no cooking. 723 Pack-
ard near Etate. C
WANTED-Roommate, grad or profes-
sional to share 3-bedroom, split-level
apt, with 2 other girls. $67 per month,
Jan. to Sept. Call 665-3337, 6-7:30 p.m.
WANTED-1 girl to share modern apt.
with 3 others. Immediate occupancy.
Call 665-0824 or 761-8428. 09
CAMPUS 2 BLOCKS, large modern, 3-
bdrm. apt, available for immediate oc-
.cupancy. Completely furnished, car-
peted, private balcony, reserved park-
ing. Ideal for 3, 4 or 5 persons. Phone
453-3287 or see apt, manager, 1000
ROOM FOR RENT, $49 a month. Call
Hse. Mgr. 761-5857. C8
NOW RENTING for Summer and Fall
'67. Good apartments with reasonable
rents are hard to find-compare our
BABYSITTING, $1 an hour at my home,
Wed., Fri., 9-2:00. 803 Kingsley near
St. Joseph's. 761-6236. H42
DELIVERY BOYS $2/hour. Must have
car. Daily and/or Sunday. student
News Agency, 665-8786. H37
Local men. You can earn over $3 per
hour after short training. For inter-
view and application write ALL-
STATES SEMI DIIV., 1255 CORWIN
AVE., HAMILTON, OHIO 45015. Phone
(513) 895-8727. H38
E.E. STUDENT. Electronic technician,
afternoons 1 to 5. Send name and
phone number toAGordon A. Roberts.
P.O. Box 1288-G, AA 48106. H4
Afternoon work 1 to 5, assisting and
clean-up in electronic lab. Send name
and phone no. to G. A. Roberts,
P.O. Box 1288-H, A.A. 48106. H341
PART-TIME employment. Auto Safety_
and Exhaust Emissions Studies, Mar-
ried Sr. or Grad. Eng. Mech., Aero,
or Mech. Eng. with pract. exp. Top j
rate. Start now. Call 663-8074 be-I
tween 2-5 p.m. H35
EXCELLENT MEAL JOB. Lunch and
dinners, short hours, 6 days/week.
Apply Les, Phi Epsilon Pi, 761-6541
or 761-3187. H361
$7.50 for Rh positive. $10, $12, $14 forj
PART TIME Rh negative. Hours: Mon., Tues.
$100 MONTHLY GUARANTEE Thurs., Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years
old naed parent's permission.. Detroit
If you meet our requirements we train Blood Service, 404 W. Michigan, Ypsi-
you to earn $160-$200 per month doing lanti, Mich. 483-1894, H
SPECIAL INTERVTEW WORK ________Mich._483-1894._ H
For appointment ca'll 761-1488 kAISCELLANEOUS
BABY SITTER for delightful 3-year-old
girl. 1-5 any or all afternoons, Mon-
day-Friday. Congenial atmosphere
Many books, records. Study 2-3 hours
while Valerie sleeps. Pay over $.60 hr.,
will discuss. 665-3878 after 6 p.m. or
764-0462, Mrs. Germain. H41
DIAMOND engagement rings that speakI
your love to those who say "I do".
Austin Diamon, 1209 S. University.
IS the WEEKLY DAILY coming .,
or going? FD
APT. 6 is back . . . almost. F0
Rent Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery
,Phone 662-5671 NOW. 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
HAPPY 21st BIRTHDAY (12/11/66)
JOSEPH ALLEN MACHAK
HOPE YOURS WILL BE AS
BEAUTIFUL AS MINE WAS.
WANTED-Ticket to Winter Commence-
ment. Call Phil, 764-2788 nights. F211
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WANTED TO RENT
I OR 2 FEMALE roommates wanted to#
room with 2 seniors Fall '67. Soc. or
languagem ajor preferred. Call 662-
3888 or 761-0264, £19
WANTED: Roommate for engineering
graduate tudent. Most furnishings
provided. New apt. in Ann Arbor.
Call Ron, 764-4311-days, 66;-2744-
2 Kosher Corned
Beef or Pastrami
Others $1 .25
FRATERNITY & SORORITY
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . , excellent food and ac-I
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Men's gold signet ring near
Church and Forest Sts, Call 662-7120
Tired of PIZZAS and RATBURGERS-
.F..LY eL . I.H.
FILL YOUR BELLY WITH DELI
RN, WORKING 12:00-8:00 a.m., will
exchange room and board for night MUSICAL MDSE.,
time of reliable student, children in R ADIOS, REPAIRS
bed 8 p.m., weexends. Negotiable,
Washington. 761-5381. H39 INSTANT CONCERT. Scott 340B
-areceiver, 11a years old. Like new.
MEAL JOBS, lunches and dinners. Call 761-1819.
H. Mgr. 761-5857. H32
MEAL JOB available. Call George at A-1 New and Used It struments
761-7420. HB BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONOC
GIRL WANTED to live in and baby PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
sit in exchange for room and board. 119 W. Washington
NO 3-9202.. H33'
Entertainment by our
LIVE AND SWINGING FOLK SINGING GROUP
-Followed by an evening with Leslie Fiedler-
By reservation-Sat. nite, all day Sun.
Call 663-4129 for Reservations
HILLEL DELI HOUSE
SUNDAYS at 5:30
Candlelight 0 Dinner Music * Plus Pickles and Soda
1429 Hill Street All Are Welcome
READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIED ADS
I *~ ~': SWEETEN
DAT'p TG!T2' I VnTMTV TN('
Stadium, $160/mo. 663-2619. 03 1 P ACKJ. POULTE, IN.
4TH MAN NFEDED for modern apt. 214 E. Huron
close to campus. Call 662-0874 or
764-1360 or come to Stockwell Manor NO 5-9405 C11
Apartments, 1341 Geddes, No. 6. 019'
FEMALE GRADUATE STUDENT wanted MOVE IN TODAY! Large rooms for rent
to share a beautiful, luxurious apart- located near S. University and Wash-
ment for two. Close to campus. Call tenaw. Garage available. $180/semester.
761-6256 or 665-4406. C2 Call Ron, 761-2795. C12
1/3 OF 3-MAN APT. 921 S.Division,7-892F
termnscall Detroit collect, WE 3-2217.
New, completely furnished, close-in
Sumer and Fall Rental apartments. Available for 2-5 per-
HARINGTON HOUSE sons.
of ljr midligall :43at*llj
BOARD IN A
Men and Women
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White"and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-F ITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim Fits $5.98
Campus and St. Joseph's Hospital area.
Private entrance, recreation room, air-!
conditioning, sunken tub, sound con -
dition, and many other goodies! Ask
the people who were there. Call 663-
9373 or 665-0063 evenings. C18
OFFICE, 545 CHURCH ST.
ROOM AND BOARD
TWO OR THREE MAN apt, close to ROOM AND BOARD available. Call Russ
campus. 1324 N. Univ. 665-4685. C50 at 761-7420. EB
APT. FO RENT-Single opening in
four man. 751 S. Forest, No. 410. Call
418 E. WASHINGTON STREET
ROOM FOR RENT-428 Cross St. 2
blocks from Union. $50/mo. Call 665-
WANTED for winter term-One male
to share nodern bi-level apt. $55/mo
WOMEN--Need a place to live? There
are a few vacancies in Co-ops. $290
for room and board for 1 semester.
Contact Intercooperative Council, 25461
Student Activities Building. 668-6872.
EATING in a restaurant can be lonely
-and expensive. Try a Co-Opt $12 a
week for meals, snacks, and company.
Houses near campus. Contact Inter-
Council. 2546 Student Activity Build-
ing. 668-6872, E19
EUROPEAN MOTOR SERVICE
By LEONARD A. BEECHAM, A.M.I. Mech.E.
25 Years of Experience
on All Foreign Cars
ALL BRITISH MECHANICS
Ports for all foreign cars
24-hr. service for anything
not in stock
EUROPEAN MOTOR SERVICE
Complete Auto Repairing & Painting
Specialist Foreign Car Service
1946 PACKARD RD., - ANN ARBOR, MICH.
for simple experiment involving
sensitization to a chemical. No
-drugs or shots; drops of the
chemical are put on the skin.
Chemistry students not eligible.
Must be 21 or over, and plan
to be in town for at least 3
Male subjects only at this time.
$15-$50 for a series of
5-minute visits. (Depend-
ing on length of series)
This is 'especially lucrative
if you are in the Medical Cen-
ter area., If interested, send a
post card with name, address.
age, and phone number to:
U. of M. Medical Certer
(Please do not phone)
Pickeri I I
315 N. State
807 S. State
Choose the house nearest you,
visit it, and talk to the house
Or contact the Inter-Cooperative
Council, 2546 Student Activities
338 E. Jefferson
923 S. Forest
LEVI'S Supersim's-$4.9 8
"White" & Colors-$5.98
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
FOR FUN AND SONG-
START THE NEW SEMESTER OFF RIGHT
PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS CENTER
WITH GAMES AND
SINGING LED BY EUGENE McCOY
COMPOSER OF SPIRITUALS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 7:00 P.M.
(Save room for dessert!)
PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS CENTER
ALL STUDENTS WELCOME!
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PROFESSOR M. M. THOMAS of India
Visiting Professor of World
" 'Christianity at Union
Theological Seminary in
New York City.-Mr. Thomas
has served as Chairman of
the World Council of Churches
Dept. of Church and Society;
<:.: ."" --:.<: 'Secretary, East Asia Christian
";:..... Conference of Church and
~..~/~'k""v.' ''.'Society; and. Director,
k ~ Christian Institute for the
Study of Religion and Society
& His publications include:
} =(::' rPROBLEMS OF INDIAN
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CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO
54 THE ASIAN
CHANGING PATTERN OF
FAMILY IN INDIA
"VIETNAM FROM AN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE'
Tuesday, January 10, at 7:30 P.M. in Auditorium A, Angell Hall
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