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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1967

THE MICHIGaAN. WDSAS.J

WEDNESAY, MRCH 11967T4. MIE1IIIIal i&II.

PAGE F~IT

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

557

FOR RENT
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 66-0800. C
Sublet Service
As a service to our tenants, we are
maintaining a complete listing of our
tenants who wish to sublease their
apartment for the summer. Please
contact our office for the finest in
summer accommodations.
APARTMENTS LIMITED
612 S. Forest
761-5440
C 9
INEXPENSIVE and modern apartments.
$205-$210 per Month. For Fall '67.
Two bedrooms furnished, parking,
air conditioning, near campus. Call
761-8822 bet. 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. C46
APT. FOR RENT--Single opening in
tour man. 751 S. Forest, No. 410. Call
761-3965. C41
WANTEDi
Male professional or mature grad. stu-
dent to share modern. spaeious, 2-
man, 2-bedroom apt. Now. 2240 Dex-
ter apt. 201 across Veteran's Park,
$82.50/mo./man. Furniture available.
Call 761-0737. C6
STUDENT APARTMENT HUNTERS:
FALL 1967
Your best guide would be
to contact
Patrick J. Pulte Inc.
214 E. Huron
Normandy 59405.
With an experienced guide finding
the apt. you want is easy.
Listings are available at our office.
C O
BA RGA IN COR NE R

FUR RENT
4TH FEMALE WANTED to take over
sublease immediately! 1021 Vaughn,
Apt. 4. 761-6552. 014
GRAD. AND DROP OUT looking for a
roommate. Modern 3 man, close to
campus. Call 663-7991. 038
SANS SOUCI
Beautiful spacious apartments for 2-6
persons. Size of our apartments and
their features make this an outstand-
ing building:
" Balconie,
" Air Conditioning
" Private Parking
. Beautifully furnished thruout
" Dishwashers
" Free sublet assistance
Close to stadium and right next door
to campus via continual free service
by UM commuter bus.
Call 665-2689, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
C13
3-Man, 2 Bedroom
4-Man, 3 Bedroom
Modern, close to campus, $70 per man.
Call 761-8055 or 761-5471.
C50
ROOMMATE WANTED-Working girl to
share house. Immediate occupancy.
Call 662-8789, between 6-8 p.m. 022
1311 WILMOT-GARAGE for rent. Im-
mediate occupancy. 662-7787. C25
815 E. ANN
Fall Occupancy
1-bedroom furnished apts. from $120.00
per month.
Also other 2, 3 and 4-man modern
furnished apts., disposals, wall-to-wallt
carpeting, etc. in campus and hos-
pital locations.
Campus Management, Ing.
662-7787 10 A.M.-1 P.M.
C24
FALL APARTMENTS
modern
air-conditioned
close to campus
3 man, 1 bedroom, $180/mo.
1 or 2 man efficiencies, $130-136/mo.
Call Bill Kutila evenings, 7-9,
662-4936
C212

FOR RENT
APARTMENTS LIMITED
NOW LEASING FOR '67-68
We have an unparalled listing of
modern apartment buildings. Many
within one block of campus. Open-
ings still available for two (almost
gone), three, four, five, and six. Fur-
nished houses also available. For
more info., please visit our office at
612 S. Forest, Suite G or phone 761-
5440, afternoons. Open Saturday morn-
ings, and Monday evenings. C3
Luxury on Campus
Thomas Plaza Apts.
Only 2 luxury 3-mans left!l
RENT NOW
State near Packard
s balconies
" air-conditioning
" covered parking
* beautifully furnished
" disposals
U every apartment has a study
Brand new building for fall occupancy
Call 761-8055 afternoons or
665-8330 evenings.
C30
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
SUMMER SUBLET
ONE MAN WANTED to share 4-man, 2-
bdrm., air-conditioned apt. for sum-
mer with one other. Call Pete, 761-
9554 after 6:00. U23
THANKS EVERYONE for the help at
the Games. Esp. Rick, Larry, John,
and Walley.
Mar': & Sharon F38
MIOD. 2-MAN apt. close to campus.
Call 665-8244 evenings. U7
SUBLET - Great bi-level 3-man apt.
for inspection 665-6870. U6
ONE GIRL NEEDED in large 4-man
2 bdrm. apt. air. cond. April 29-Aug.
20. NO 5-5674. U21
2 MEN NEEDED to fill 4-man mod., air-
cond. apt. May-Aug. 5 min. from En-
gine Arch. Call 665-7849, 5-7 p.m. U16
THREE MEN needed to share clean, spa-
cious house with two law students
for summer at $40/mo. Remodeled
kitchen and bath-and-a-half. 1%2
blocks from Union, off-street park-
ing, four cars. For inspection call
662-6969. U9
3-4 MANT MOD. APT. 1 block from cam-
pus, air-cond., large rooms, separate
kitchen, private covered parking.
Lots.of sun! Call 663-5909. U10
SUMMER SUBLET-Mod. 3 man, air-
cond., beautifully furnished, mod.
kitchen complex, plentiful closet
space, large study room, close to cam-
pus. Call 663-0989 for appt. U114
YESTERDAY
WAS TOO LATE
Sublet your Apartment early and 1
get the beset price at
The SUBLET SERVICE
Ann Arbor Apartment Agency
1217 S. University. 761-3688, 665-4480
U36

SUMMER SUBLET

LARGE 4-MAN- APT., 2 blocks from:
campus. Air-cond., panelling, park-
ing, study room, negotiate price, avail.
May-Aug. 662-8506. U13
DESPERATELY need one girl this
summer for duplex apt. ONE BLOCK
FROM CAMPUS NEAR EVERYTHING.
2 air conditioners that really work,
2 balconies, sexy spiral staircase,
everything you need. Call 761-5159
NOW. Best offer takes. UB
NEED THIRD GIRL for Spring-Sum-
mer term. Park Plaza, modern, large,
air-cond., balcony. Reasonable price.
Call 665-2190. U3
PERSONAL
SEE EUROPE AND THE ORIENT
Tours any time, any place, all summer.
Excellent accommodations --- sightsee-
ing tours-free time. No worry about
baggage and reservations. Student
Travel Overseas Program. For more
information call Nancy W., 662-3225,
8-9 p.m. F37
TEP MONTE CARLO
" Friday, March 3, 8:00-1:00
" 1360 E. Jefferson, Det. 1 blk. E. of
Playboy Club.
DICK PURTAN, WKNR
Live bands-Prizes-Name Performers
Gambling
Drawing for weekend In New York.
Only $1.00. F41
THANKS EVERYONE for the help at
the Games. Esp. Rick, Larry, John,
and Walley.
Mark & Sharon F38
REMEMBER, nationally advertised fran-
chised rings such as Artcarved, Keep-
sake, Columbia and Orange Blossom
cost you 20-40 per cent more. Don't
be misled by a name! Austin Dia-
mond - 1209 S. University 663-7151.
F1
JOIN the 1968 MICHIGANENSIAN junior
staff and get all your Cokes for a
nickel forever after! 17 positions open.
Pick up a petition at 420 Maynard
St. Petitions due March 10. yD
YOU SAY you'd love to enter the Gar-
goyle draw Fielding F. Ralph contest
but you can't draw? Enter anyway!
Even the booby prize is great! Imag-
ine a popsicle a day for the rest of
the semester! See Garg office for
details. F
SEE EUROPE AND THE ORIENT
Tours any time, any place all summer.
Excellent accomodations - sight see-
ing tours - free time. No worry a-
bout baggage and reservations. For
more information call Nancy W.
662-3225 8-9 p.m. F37
TWO FRIENDLY GIRLS want to live
in a house next fall. If you think
you will have some space, call 761-
9808. FA
COMPLAINTS ABOUT APARTMENTS?!
(service, rents, etc.) Write 1528 SAB
Student Rental Union Helps You. F17
VISIT OUR WESTERN SHOP. Sale on
Jo-O-Kay leather jackets, Justin,
Tony' Loma and Acme Boots. Sch-
neider Western Supply, 2635 Saline
Rd. Phone 663-0111. 1 mile south of
UM Stadium. FZ
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. F30
Rent Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
IMAGINE the joy of winning something
from stingy Ralph! Enter the Gargoyle
draw a Fielding F. Ralph contest. F
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time-day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BELATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,,
665-8871 (24 hours).F

PERSONAL
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
WHO???.
M ay want a high pay opportunity?
O offers self-confidence and an
open-mind?
N eeds a $1000 CASH SCHOLARSHIP?
E stablishes a high caliber of
initiative?
Y OU DO!!!
If you will be at cast 20 by June
and have a car, call Jon at 764-5633
Recruiter for National Firm. In town
soon for limited time. Opportunity
knocks, just open the' door. F B
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
LIMITED SUMMER POSITIONS OPEN
Sales and supervisory opportunity where
the successful write their own pay-
check! Michigan State student earned
OVER $2500.00 IN TEN WEEKS!! If
you will be 20 by June, have a car,
and are eager to earn big money with
a national corporation this might be
for YOU. To see if you can qualify,
call Mr. Jaffa at 764-5633. The District
Recruiter will be in Ann Arbor this
weekend and will be looking for four!
ambitious, personable young men.
Can YOU qualify??? F
WOULD YOU believe it? Ralph is going
to give something away! Draw Field-
ing F. Ralph and win prizes! See the
latest issue of Gargoyle for details,
available at Ralph's. F1
LOST ANDFOUND
LOST-Pearl earrings in parking lot of
Mall near Hill Aud. last Sunday. Re-
ward. Contact S. Wildstrom, 764-0552.
A3
WHOEVER TOOK my jade and gold
engagement ring from the Women's
Pool Sunday, please return it. No
questions. S. Perszyk, 1356 Geddes.
663-7431. A21
LOST IN UGLI OR UNION-A RING.
Gold ban with large, diamond-shaped
greenish-white stone (Peridot). Any
information, cali 662-4895. AB
LOST. Feb, 13, Mason Hall-Union-
Gold Jules Jurgenson watch. Ample
reward. 761-6544. AB
LOST-Woman's silver watch with silver
band. Has sentimental value. Gen-
erous reward. Call 662-8263. A14
LOST - Gold square-faced watch with
gold and blue striped cross band. Ifa
found call 764-0093. A2
A PAIR OF GLASSES, Sunday. left In
red car at Big Bay. Please call, Rich,
414-2635. A46
LOST-Cat, male iSamese vicinity State
and Packard. Call 761-6161. A37
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used It struments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAI.R
119 W Washington
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Electrical-acoustical in-
struments, repairs, lessons. 209 S.
State. 565-8001. X16

WANTED TO RENT
FIVE CREATIVE juniors would like to
rent a beautiful house or apartment
near campus. Needed next fall. 764-
9633 or 764-9661. LD
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. E20
ROOM & BOARD OR BOARD
662-3159
E2
BABYSITTING Evenings, dishes, or
would consider staying with elderly
lady evenings in exchange for room
and board. Mon.-Fri. Centrally locat-
ed. References. Write Box 15. E26
FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Two $3.25 tickets to Judy
Collins concert. Will bargain if nec-
cessary. Ann 764-9633. B

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LINES I day
2 .65
3 .85
4 1.05
5 1.20
6 1.40
7 1.55
8 1.70
9 1.85
10 2.00
INCH ES
1 2.00
2 3.75
3 5.35
4 6 85
5 8.25

2 day
1.25
1 65
2 00
2 30
2 60
2 90
3 20
3.50
3.80
3.80
7.30
10.40
13.35
16.25

3 day
1 80
2.40
2 90
3 35
3 80
4 25
4.70
5 10
5.50
5 50
1060
15 20
19.65
24.15

4 dcoy
2.30
3 10
3 75
4.35
4 95
5.55
6.15
6.70
7.15
7.15
13.75
19.60
25.75
31.85

5 doy
2.80
3.75
4.55
5.30
6 05
6 80
7.50
8 20
8.75
8.75
16.75
23.95
31.50
39.35

6 day
3 25
4.35
5.30
6.20
7,10
8.00
8 80
9.60
10.25
10.25
19.55
28.20
37.15
46.55

add.
.45
.60
.75
,90
1.00
1.10
1.20
1.30
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 1 V, 21/2, 31/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rote.

FOR SALE--Used TV, 21-inch. COR-
RECTION-662-4412. B20
USED CARS
JOIN THE Peace Vigil Wednesday noon
on the Diag. M30
1961 AUSTIN-HEALY Sprite Mark II.
Hardtop, new tires, radio, no rust.
$800. 764-6673. N38
1962 VW Sunroof. Good mechanical and
clean condition. Lots mileage. Best
offer over $650. Call Henry Kerr at
663-2108, 701 S. Forest. N37
CUSTOM PATNTING
Metaiflake-candy, etc.
Polishing and buffing done
University Motorcycle Sales
211 E. Ann
rO 2-3979
HELP WANTED
SALES ENGINEER
Local manufacturer of ball bearings has
an opening for a mechanical engineer
with potential for sales engineering.
We offer attractive starting salaries.
comprehensive benefits, and excellent
growth opportunities. Reply by mail
or in person to
HOOVER BEARING
DIVISION
Hoover Ball & Bearing Co.
5400 S. State Rd.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
An equal opportunity employer
H*38
KITCHEN JOBS available immediately
in sorority. Call NO 2-7716 for inter-
view. H25
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 for Rh positive, $10, .$12 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri., 9-4; Wed, 1-7. 18-21 years
old need parent's permission. Mich-
igan Community Blood Center, 404
W. Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-
1894. H_

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1967 SUZUKI 150 c.c. Best offer. 665-
8721. Z31
'66 HONDA 590, 2700 miles. Condition
like new. Call Don, 662-0854. Z27
BLACK HAT SPECIAL:
CA 100 253.84
CA 102 267.85
C 110 266.07
CS 65 302.90
CM 91 328.48
CT 200 325.73
CT 90 349.30
CS 90 351.38
CA 160 " 525.14
CB 160 604.13
CL 160 604.13
CA 77 652.25
CB 77 726.10
CL 77 721.80
CB 450-992.70
Complete with free 500
and 1000 mile service.
SEE THE BAD GUYS
AT HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
2000 PACKARD AT PLATT
665-9281
Z3C
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to NYC-Feb. 28, eve.-
Mar. 1, to return March 5, 6. Share
usual. 665-7115. G28

BUSINESS SERVICES
TAILORED SUITS FOR YOUR MEA-
SUREMENTS; Fine quality fabrics
from $99 50 up; also alterations. 225
E. Liberty St. 665-8195. J45
TAILORED SUITS FOR YOUR MEAS-
UREMENTS - Fine quality fabrics
from $99.50 up; also alterations. 225
E. Liberty St. 665-8195. J45
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
MISCELLANEOUS
JOIN THE Peace Vigil Wednesday noon
on the Diag. M30
FRATERNITY &
SORORITY BANQUETS
For your einner n'eetings, dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
,,or Inn. HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M

SAM'S STORE
Has Genu ine LEVI's- Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-F ITS-$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 $6.50

LEVI JACKETS
"White" or
Denim-$7.50

FALL 1967
NEW, completely furnished,sclose-in
apts. Available for 2-5 persons. Some
May to May leases available.
DAHLMAN APTS.
OFFICE: 545 CHURCH ST.
761-7600
C23
3 MAN APARTMENT
with
2 Bedrooms
Summit House Call 761-5471
016
PACKARD AVENUE
APARTMENTS
736 Packard
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
2 or 3 man bi-level for efficiency.
Furnished, air-conditioned, parking.
Close to campus. Summer sublets
available. Manager on premises.
Phone NO 3-5584 or NO 3-8866
before 6 p.m.
036
FREE
We find You Summer
Sublet Apartments
SUBLET SERVICE
1217 8. University
761-3688
04

KEEP FREEDOM
IN YOUR FUTURE WITH
*4*AVINGS
BONDS

IF

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LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98$
LEVI'S Dungarees-$5.25
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
"White", & Colors-$6.50
COTTON TURTLENECKS-$1.79
(Colors)
Open Man. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF

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ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE EVENTS OF
THE UNIVERSITY SESQUICENTENNIAL

TURMOIL ON THE
CHINESE MAINLAND!

ALUMNI CELEBRATION

This is not an ad .. .
It's an Invitation to join the staff of
THE CITY OF ANN ARBOR
THREE POLICE RADIO DISPATCH
OPERATORS WANTED
$4,836 to $5,616
Typing 50 w.p.m.
Ability to work under great pressure and
assume much responsibility.
These are rotating shift positions.
If Interested Please Contact
THE DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
City Hall, 100 N. Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Chow Shu-Kai,

Ambassador

of the Republic of China to
the United States of America.
Discusses the present internal
crises of the Mao regime.

WED., MARCH 1
6:00 P.M.-Opening Reception and Banquet:
Speaker: Jack H. Vaughn, Director,
The Peace Corps
(Michigan Union Ballroom)

MONDAY, MARCH 6 8 P.M.
Rackham Auditorium

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THURS., MARCH 2
10:00 a.m.-TOPIC SESSION:
The Right of Free Expression
Arthur Miller, playwright
Mike Wallace, TV commentator
Arnold Gingrich, Publisher, Esquire
(Rackham Lecture Hall)
2:00 P.M.-TOPIC SESSION:
The Political Picture Today
Senator Philip A.Il'lart
Congressman Gerald R. Ford
6:00 P.M.-All Sports Banquet
Honoring Michigan Athletic Greats

FRI., MARCH 3
10:00 A.M.-TOPIC SESSION:
American Enterprise-What Lies Ahead
Lynn Townsend, Chairman, Chrysler Corp.
Donald C. Cook, President, American
Electric Co.
H. Bruce Palmer, President,
National Industrial 'Conf. Board
(Rackham Lecture Hall)
10:00 A.M.-TOPIC SESSION:
The Law and Public Order
Richard A. Wasserstrom,
Dean, Tuskegee Institute
Judge John R.- Brown, U.S. Court
of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Hobart Taylor, Director, Export-Import
Bank of Washington
(Rackham Ampitheatre)
2:30 P.M.-TOPIC DISCUSSION
Michigan in Orbit-A Discussion of the
Future of the Apollo Space Program

STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
REGISTRATION FOR SPRING ELECTIONS

Joseph F. Shea, Manager Apollo
Space Program
General Edward H. White, Sr.,

father of late Astronaut
6:00 P.M.-Awards Banquet
Honoring recipients of the
Sesquicentennial Award

White

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