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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1967'

THE MICHIGA A- DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 704-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

PERSONAL
LIMITED SUMMER POSITIONS OPEN
Sales and supervisory opportunity where
the successful write their own pay-
checkl 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 tour
ambitious, personable young men.
Can YOU qualify??? F
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 DOI!!
If you will be at least 20 by June
and have a car, call Jc.n at 764-5633
Recruiter. for National Firm. In town
soon for limited time, Opportunity
knocks, just open the door. F B
ROOM AND BOARD
EAT DELICIOUS HOMECOOKED food
this summer. Phi Alphma Kappa, E.
Ann, NO 2-4549. E42
ROOM & BOARD. Prof. frat. house.
Summer and fall. 761-5857. E32
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. E20
BABYSITTING - Evenings, dishes, or
would consider staying with elderly
lady evenings in exchange for room
and board. Mon.-Fri. Centrally locat-
ed. References. White Box 15. E26
USED CARS
SKYLARK conv. '65, p.s., p.b., rdd W/
white interior, low mileage, xcsI]ent
cond. One owner. Nancy, 761-3037 af-r
6 p.m. N32

HELP WANTED
SECRETARY
PERSONNEL ASSISTANT
(Open May 15)
WE NEED - A college graduate with
some work in psychology and with
acceptable clerical skills to double as
secretary and personnel assistant.
Preliminary testing and interviewing
requiring pleasant personality and
good grooming. Some experience de-
sirable.
WE OFFER - Good pay ($5000 to $5500
to start) - Permanent, steady em-
ployment - pleasant surroundings-
Downtown Detroit.
WRITE - Personnel Director, Detroit
Free Press, 321 Lafayette, Detroit
48231. Give Full details of education
and experience. 'H29
PART-TIME administrative work in in-
vestment firm; for business school
student or any potential money-cul-
tivator; senior student or faculty. 71-
8000. H27
LAWN WORK-Need someone to help
with yard. Own transportation. Hours
at your convenience. 663-2256. H28
CONN. CO-ED SUMMER CAMP
Interviewing specialized counselors.
Male: head water from (W.S.I.),
water-skiing, pioneering, tennis, ath-
letics. Female: Arts and crafts, up-
perclassmen and graduates call for
appointment. Andrea Marks 662-3225.
H26
TEACHERS WANTED. $5400 up. Entire;
West, Southwest, and Alaska. FREE
registration. Southwest Teachers A-
gency, 1303 Central Ave., N.E., Al-
burquerque, New Mexico. H15
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES, plea-
sant working conditions, good wages,
full time. Apply in person or call
665-6113. Mallory Lithographing, 4511
Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor. H25

FOR SALE

BIKES AND SCOOTERS

1958 AUSTIN HEALY..100-6, red. rCall MALE STUDENTS wanted to work eve-
761-3827. N42 ings 6-10. 665-8123. H23

1960 BONNEVILLE conv. $100 or bent
offer. Call 662-3958. N41
AUSTIN HEALY Mark II 1963. Now
tires, low mileage, new exhaust sys-
tem. Call Judy Nelson, 761-7110. N40
FOR SALE-1959 TR-3. Good cond.
New top. Good tires. Call 764 -4019.
N33
FOR SALE - '67 Cortina English Ford,
auto. 2 dr. sedan, undercoating flo-
through ventilation, cooling system,
large runk, radio, snow tires, 1400
miles, bucket seats, $1975. Call Geor-
gia Starnes at 764-5150 days or 761-
5075 evenings. N35
'63 XK-E Roadster. 971-0896. N36
1962 COMET S-22. Excellent cond. 41,-
000 .mi. 63-7237. N37
'66 MG MIGET 8000 mi Brit. Rac Gn.
Wire wheels, R&H, Luggage Rack,
Black int. Excellent cond. $1600. 761-
2423. N29
'65 CHEV Super Sport Convert. Au-
tomatic F.M. V8 Perfect cond. 761-
5737. N30

1958 MGA Roadster, good cond.
Chuck at 662-3256.

Call
N31

TR 3 B '63 Excellent condition. Going
abroad. 761-4272. N26
1958 FORD Fairlane 500-Good condi-
tion. Call 761-3827. N24
1961 FIAT Abarth Zagt to aluminum
body, Michelin tires, 22 000 mi. A real
collector's item. Best offer 668-9829.
N19
1966 VW. Bahama blue, exc. cond. 4800
miles, one owner--have a look-con-
vince yourself. Call 665-6367. N15
1963 CHEVROLET Impala convertible.
$1200, Call Fritz at 662-3256. NB
'63 VW-Body in very good cond. Good
tires, radio, heater, engine needs
work. $350. Call 665-8351 bet. 5-8 p.m.
'63 VW-BODY in very good cond. Good
tires, radio, heater. Elngine needs
work. $350. Call 665-8351 bet. 5-8 p.m.
N3
'63 VW good cond., good tires, radio,
instructor. Day 665-9897, eve. 479-
4481. N47
MGB '64 - wire wheels, radio, heater,
Detroit. TR3-0549.r N45
1962 VW Sunroof. Good mechanical and
clean condition. Lots mileage. Best
offer over $650. Call Henry Kerr at
663-2108, 701 s. Forest. N37
HARLEY DAVIS Motorscooter. 1962.
Excel. cond. $230. NO 2-9361. Z10

FEMALES-Need attractive girls 18-25
as waitresses at CORAL GABLES.
2245 Woodward Ave.
Berkelg, Mich. 398-7333
Apply between 12-3 p.m.
H20,
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 for Ph positive. $10, $12 for Rh
negativel Hurs: Mon., Tues., Thurs.,
Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years old
need parent's permission. Michigan
Community Blood Center, 404 - W.
Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-1894.
B_
NEW ENGLAND Brother and Sister
Camps in the heart of the beautiful
Berkshires at Kent, Connecicut. Re-
quire 60 men and women counselors
for full program of land and water
sports. Excellent facilities for tennis,
golf, skiing, dance, outdoor crafts,
nature, music, sailing. Upper class-
men and teachers preferred. Good
salaries. Write: Camp Leonard, Leon-
ore, Box 186, Lawrence, New York .
BOYS - BARTENDERS, I.D. checkers
and floor nien needed at CORAL
GABLES, 2245 Woodward Ave., Berke-
ly, Mich. Apply between 12-3 p.m. H21
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-761-2428 or 663-0980. J32
PHOTOGRAPHS SPINDLED
AND MUTILATED.
Send photo of your favorite prof., pet-
ition, mother-in-law. We will return
an extraordinary underground collage
suitable for framing. Photo and $5.
to LABYRINTH, 550 Fifth Ave., New
York 10036. J33
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; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine
HAVE PROBLEMS getting your typing
done? One day service - Technical
Service Associates, 665-4658, 9-4:30.
J50
TAILORED SUITS FOR YOUR MEA-
SUREMENTS. Fine quality fabrics
from $99 50 up; also alterations. 225
E. Liberty St. 665-8195. J45

FOR SALE - 1964 50x10 2 bedroom De-
troiter Mobile Home. Ex. comd ask-
ing $3400. Local call 437-2547 after
6 Monday thru Friday. B17
TAKE YOUR PAD WITH YOU
Elephantine 1964 VW bus. Camping
convers on units included. Ex cond.
$995. Call 663-0423 after 4 p.m. B18
$75-STRING BASS. Call 665-4633 after
6 p.m. B12
"MAKE YOUR OWN" strobe light. iFts
any light socket. $1. R.T.I., 828 Oak-
.ridge, Jackson, Mich. B16
HONDA 250. Best offer. Call 764-5835
or 668-8317. Bl
FOR SALE - 2 tickets for the May
festival. April 23, 24, 25. 1st row of
1st balcony. Call Judy Leavitt 662-
3225. B14
FOR SALE - 1965 S-90 Honda $225
with helmet. Call Steve: 663-6710. B15
FOR SALE - Dyna mono FM tuner
Call 663-5823. B8
'63 XK-E ROADSTER 971-0896. B10
YAMAHA 250cc - 1964 excellent con-
dition, 4,00 miles. See Bill at Red's
Rite Spot any night 9 p.m. 1 a.m. B9
FOR SALE - '59 Chevy Station Wa-
gon. Good condition. Must sell. 663-
0145. . B7
1957 LAMBRETA scooter. Needs minor
repairs. $75. Call 761-3109 after 6. B2
FOR SALE-1966 305 Honda Scrambler.
Good shape. 3700 miles. Call 8om,
663-7419. B39
6 STRING MARTIN Guitar. D-28 with
case, made in 1955. $300 or best offer.
662-0454. B16
GOOD BEGINNER rock 'n roll guitar
and amp. $100. 764-1701. B17
FOR SALE-Used TV, 21-inch. CR-
RECTION-662-4412. B20
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Man's gold wedding band. 764-
7687. A21
FOUND - 1 silver watch on Hill St.
764-0677. A20
LOST - Man's I.D. Bracelet. Silver.
Initials L.C.C. Reward. Lew, 764-4607.
A16
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. If
found call 764-0093. A2
& PAIR OF GLASSES, Sunday, left in
red car at Big Bay. Please call Rtich
764-2635. A46
LOST--Cat, male iSamese vicinity State
and Packard. Call 761-6161. A37
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: 2 room apt. May '67 - May
or Aug. '68. Any location. Furn. or
unfurn. Prefer $60-$100. Write De-
scription 904 So. Locusr, Champaign,
Ill. L36
HELPI-Need a seat on 3rd Union
charter flight on June, 27 to Aug. 23.
Call Sarah Singer 662-3225. K29
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BASS TROMBONE - King Symphony
model in excellent cond. $175. Tom
Bloomer, 662-4093. X23
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Electrical-acoustical in-
struments, repairs, lessons. 209 S.
State, 665-8001. X16
GUITAR - Epiphone elec., excellent
cond. $130 761-6352. X31
FOR SALE-SPINET PIANO
Wanted-Responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinet
piano. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby-
ville, Indiana. X26
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

HONDA 160 Scrambler, 4000 mi.
Phone 665-2669 Paul.
SUZUKI '66 80cc very good cond.
miles. $22$. 482-5293.

$425
Z40
1500
Z34

HONDA 250. Bset offer. Call 764-5835
or 668-8317. Z23
'66 HONDA sport 50, 800 mi. Call 761-
6133 ask for Mike Kelly Z39
'65 HONDA S-90 3000 mi. $225. Call Phil
at 665-3669. Z38
SUPER HAWK 64, excellent cond. will
bargain. 764-0066. Z37
'66 YAMAHA, 250 cc., 900 miles. $550
Call 764-1711. Z36
'66 SUZUKI 150 Black. Excellent cond.
$395. Full buco helmet, insurance in-
cluded, 761-8482. Z35
'65 HONDA 150. Low mileage. 1 owner.
Call 764-7095, 6:30-7:30 p.m, Z32
MUST SELL!!-'65 Honda 50. Call Bill,
665-4059. Z31
1966 HONDA Super 90. $225. Call 663-
9887. Ask for Jim. . Z30
'66 HONDA CB 160, 300 miles. Call Bill,
662-9945. Z29
HONDA 1966, 90cc stip through model.
600 miles, Helmet included. Best offer.
662-2748. Z28
1966 HONDA Super 90. $225. Call Jim,
663-9887, Z27
VESPA '64, 90cc. Good motor. Needs
repair. Helmet to spare. $100. 663-
7354. Z17
$50 OR BEST OFFER-150 cc. Lambret-
ta. Rus good. 665-2606. Z18
1965 HONDA Superhawk, good condi-
tion. New paint and many new parts.
Call Charlie. or Tom at 665-4735 or
761-5310. $450. Z21
'65 HONDA Dream 300, $400. 483-1184.
Zl16
MOTORCYCLE
SALE
We guarantee to beat any lightweight
We CANNOT be undersold.
deal in town.
Call 971-1510 for details.
SUZUKI
Cycle Center, Inc.
Washtenaw past Arborland
Z39
HARLEY DAVIDSON, XLCH. Excellent
cond. Racing coms. High bid. 761-
8526. Z33
1965 Super Hawk. Excellent cond. Extras
761,-8813. N39
ENGLISH BKF, Hercules, 3 speed, hand
brakes. Mint cond. $20, 663-5904. Z22
'61 BSA 650 cc. Fast, dependable, good
looking. Phone 663-2268. Z23
HONDA Sport 50. 800 miles. Excellent
cond., helmet extras. $225, Call Rich.
761-2795. Z24
1966 HONDA 150 - White almost new,
only 1600 mi. $425 or best effer, 764-
6690. Z26
LIKE NEW 1965 HONDA S50. 1100 mi.
261-9125. Z25
'57 Lambretta, needs slight repairs $75.
Call after 6 p.m. 761-3109. Z12
1966 HONDA 150 - White almost new
only 1600 mi.$425 or best offer, 764-
6690. Z13
YAMAHA 250 cc - 1964 excellent con-
dition, 4,000 miles. See Bill at Red's
Rite Spot any night 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Z14
1966 HONDA S-90 - Excellent condit-
ion 2100 miles. Best offer over $250.
Call 663-3517. Z15
YAMAHA 1964 80cc helmet, saddlebags,
$190 665-0302. Z8
BMW 1954 R51/3, immaculately re-
stored. Call Pete, 665-3580. Z7
1955 HONDA 50, helmet, etc. 2300 miles
- runs beautifully - Call Ken at
761-3127 or 663-5271. Z6
HONDA 50 Sport 1965. Excellent con-
dition. 1500 miles. Call 761-5785. Z3
YAMAHA YDS-3, '66 250cc 2200 mi.
Helmet inc. $525 will haggle. Call
Shefferly, 665-3567, 761-1345. Z5

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
305CC HONDA Scrambler, 8 mos. old.
4000 miles, excellent condition. $500.
Call George, 761-8598 eves. Z47
SCOOTER for sale. Vespa 150cc. $100.
Call 662-8183. Z49
BMW 1965 R27, Fairing. $630. Call 665-
6678. Z31
FOR SALE-1966 Honda 305 Scrambler.
Good shape. 3700 miles. Call Tom 663-
7419. Z35
HONDA S90; '65. Must sell. Call 761-
8340. Z40
'65 250 HONDA Scrambler and helmet.
Best offer. 663-5526. Z44
3 HONDA SUPER 90's-Pick your cycle!
Pick your price! Helmets avail. Call
Same, 662-6731. Zle
'66 YAMAHA, Twin 100. Exc. cond. With
helmet, shield, goggles, rack and
tach. $400. Call Roman, 668-8900. Z17
INTERESTED in cycling to Expo and
N. Eng.? Lv. Detroit. Mid Aug. Return
for classss. 663-5832 (Rich or Den).
Z15
HONDA 250 Scrambler, exc. cond. $400.
662-3364. Z19
'65 YAMAHA 80 cc. Excellent cond. $225
or best offer. 662-7796. Z14
MUST SFLI-'65 Super Hawk; street
and scrambling pipes; great shape.
Best offer. 761-9752. Rick. Z12
'65 HONDA TRAIL 90. Reliable. Must
Sell. $195. 668-8542. Z3
HONDA 50 Sport, helmet, windshield.
extra parts. $110. 761-8482. Z46
MOTORCYCLE SALE
New bikes, 50cc step-through $275; 50
cc sport, $300; 60 cc sport, $335; 90
cc trail, oil injection, $385; 90 cc
sport Q hp, oil injection, $395. Used
Bikes - 90 cc scrambler, 12 hp, extra
sprockets, complete racing equipment,
$365; 90 cc trail, new engine, $275;
50 cc Honda Sport 50, $110; Honda
parts and accessories, custom paint-
ing, and customizing.
University Motorcycle Sales
.211 E. Ann
NO 2-3979.
BLACK HAT SPECIAL: I
NEW 1967 HONDAS
CA 100 253.84
CA 102 267.85
C 110 266.07
CS 65 303.90
CM 91 328.48
CT 200 325.73
CT 90 349.30
CS 90 351.38
CA 160 525.14
CB 160 614.13
CL 160 614.13
CA 77 652 27
CB 77 726.10
CL 77 721.80
CB 450-992.70
Complete with free 500
and 1000 mile service.
SEE THE BAD GUYS
.a r HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 PACKARD AT PLATT
665-9281
Z3C

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an School of Music Degree Recital-Lee School of Business Administration:
officia] publication of the Univer- Davis, bass baritone: Recital Hall, Students, expecting degrees April 29,
sity of Micnigan for which The School of Music. 7 p.m. 1967, are advised not to request grades
Michigan d>aiIy assumes no editor- of I or X. When such grades are abso-
ial responsibility. Notices should be Cinema Guild-Herbert Biberman's lutely in perative, the work must be
sent in TVPEWRITTEN form to "Salt of the Earth": Architecture Aud., made up In time to allow you to re-
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- 7 and 9:05 p.m. port the makeup grade not later than
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding noon, Thurs., April 27, 1967.
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Linguistic Dept.'Lecture: Raleigh Mor-
for Satarday and Sunday. General gan, professor, "Dialect Leveling in Attention Students: If you need to
Notices may be published a maxi- Non-English Speech of Southwest Loui- order a transcript without grades for
mum of two times on request; Day siana,' Thurs., April 13, Rackham Am- the present term, you are urged to go
Calendar items appear once only. phitheatre, 7:45 p.m. to 515 Administration Bldg. notv later
Student organization notices are not than April 14. This does not apply to
accepted for puidlication. For more School of Music Degree Recital-Doc- students in Law' and Undergraduate
information call 764-9270. toral Students in Organ Performance, College of Engineering.
"Music of Bach-The 18 Great Chor-
THURSDAY, APRIL 13 ales": Organ Studio 2110, School of Grade Sheets for Winter, 1967: Have
Music, 8:30 pn. been sent to all departments for dis-
School of Music Degree Recital-Ethe- tribution to instructors. It Is requested
Day Cale dar Ilyn Williams, pianist: Recital Hall, that grade sheets for degree students be
School of Music, 8:30 p.m. completed and returned to the Office
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sen- of the Registrar within 48 hours after
inar- The Management of Managers": the examination, and that grade sheets
146 Business Administration, 8:15 a.m. Gieneral otces for non-degree students be submitted
Southern Asia Club: Prof John within 72 hours following the exami-
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- Broomfield wi speak n "The Enter- nation. All grade sheets should be
inar-"Recruiting the Technical Grad- Brield iln peaan aThe Enter submitted to the Office of the Reg-
uate": Michigan Union, 8:45 a.m. to 5 prisng Indian Peasants" at the Friday istrar on or before Fri., April 28, 1967.
p.m. bag lunch, 12 noon, Commons Room, T siti h umsino
Lane Hall. Anyone interested is in- To assist in the submission of grade
vited to attend. sheets, a messenger service will be pro-
vided on a regular basis to departmen-
pean Studies Seminar-Leonard Scha- Recommendation for Departmental tal offices on the central campus be-
piro, professor of political science, Lon-Honors: Teaching departments wishing ginning Wed., April 19, and will con-
don School of Economics and Political to recommend tentative April graduates tinue through Fri., April 28. Grades
Science,"Changes in Soviet Party and from the College of Literature, Science may also be submitted directly, to this
chev"' East Conference Room, Rackham and the Arts, for honors or high hon- office at Window A, Administration
Bldg., 2:10 p.m. ors should recommend such students Bldg., during working hours.
Blg._210p_.by forwarding a letter to the Director, Questions pertaining to grade reports
Mental Health Research Institute Honors Council, 1210 Angell Hall, before may be directed to 764-6292.
Seminar-Weston E. Vivian, vice-presi- noon, Thurs., April 27, 1967.
dent, KMS Industries, Inc., Ann Ar- Teaching departments in the School Zoology Seminar: Beatrice Mintz, sen-
bor "Science in Government": 1057 of Education should forward letters di- for member of Institute for Cancer
rLS:4ente4:4 ovem. nt 10 rectly to the Office of the Registrar, Research, Philadelphia, "Gene Regula-
MHRI. 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Room 1513 Administration Bldg., by tion of Differentiation in Mammals":
Depts. of Zoology and Botany Seminar noon, Thurs., April 27. Wed., May 17, Aud. D, Angell Hall, 4
-Efraim Racker, Division of Biological pm.
Sciences, Cornell University, "Structure Attention Faculty Members Of: Col-
and Function in Chloroplast Phosphor- ge of iLterature, Science and the Doctoral Examination for Leo Floy,
Arts, School of Education, School of Carter, Chemical Engineering; thesis;
ylation': 1400 Chemistry, 4 p~m. Music, School of Public Health and (Continued on Page 8)
Washington Summer Intern Program:
A meeting for all students planning or
hoping to be in the Washington, D.C.,
area this summer will be held Thurs.,
April 13, at 4 p.m. in the Multipur-
pose Room of the Undergraduate Li-
brary. The current job situation, hous-
ing and the summer activity program
will be discussed. Students who cannot
attend the meeting are asked to con-
tact the Summer Intern Program, c/o
Institute of Public Administration, 764-
3490. TEWAQAGA(
Student Laboratory Theatre Program,
Dept. of Speech-Performance of "The POVEPTY
Pit" by Norman L. Hartweg, Trueblood
Aud., Frieze Bldg., 4:10 p.m. Admis-
sion free.
University Senate Meeting: Thurs.,
April 13, 4:15 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
International Center Tea-603 East
Madison, 4:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-David
Yeomans, pianist: Recital Hall, School
of Music, 4:30 p.m.
May Festival Ushers: A few more ush-
ers are urgently needed for the May
Festival. Those who are interested ray
apply in person to Mr. Warner at the
Box Office of Hill Aud. from 7 p m.
to 8 p.m. tonight.
Start your own war on poverty. .
sit-in at Ann Arbor Bank (four
comfortable campus offices and start
a Savings or Checking Account.
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