TUESDAY JANUARY 17: 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
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FIFTH GIRL NEEDED, fall semester.
Beautiful three bedroom apt, in the
Carirage House. Call 764-0758 or 764-
2 ROOMMATES NEEDED, undergrads.
Call Joel Dorf, 662-9434. C33
FOURTH MAN needed for modern two
bedroom bi-level apt. $60 per month.
415 Benjamin, No. 7. 761-3683. C34
FEMALE GRAD student wanted to share
a luxury-type apt. for two. Close to
campus. 761-6256 or 665-4406. 016
DELIGHTFUL Apartment needs one fe-
male! Would have own bedroom in a
3 bedroom top floor of a house. Cheap!
And get this, IT IS A TOWER! Call
SPACIOUS 2-MAN apt., furnished, 2
blocks from campus. 317 E. Jefferson.
668-8414 after 5:30. C35
MODERN, air-conditioned apartment,
centrally located. For this summer.
1317 Wilmot, No. 4. 761-7407. CC
ONE BLOCK from campus. One girl
needed for winter term. $55.*7. Roomy.
Call 764-9279 days, 761-8069 evenings.
SOCIABLE ROOMMATE wanted to share
modern 2-man apt. with Law student.
$65/mo. 665-6678. C5
MOVE NOW ,..1ff5 of a new 5-man
apt., $54/month through winter se-
mester. 662-6810. C6
WANTED-Second man for large two-
man apartmeint. Close to campus. For
information call George Holets, 761-
ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
spacious= modern apartment. Cheap.
FURNISHED 2 bedroom apt.,, main
floor. Washing facilities. No children,
no pets. Two or three man available
Feb. 1st. Call NO 3-4325. 67
GRAD. AND DROP OUT looking for a
roommate. Modern "4 man, close to
campus. Call 663-7991. C38
Large, luxery 2-bedroom apt. Bargain
price. Call 665-2689. C32
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White" and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim Fits $5.98
We rent your apartment for you.
1217 S. University
1-2 bedroom apartments for second,se-
mester, summer, or next fall. Ann
Arbor Apartment Agency, 1217 S. Uni-
3 OR 4-MAN APT, close to campus,
available immediately. Call 663-7248.
For fall rental-THE TRADEWINDS. 2,
3, and 4-man luxury apts. El-level.
1% baths, balconies, covered parking,
completely furnished, air condition-
ing.'Call 761-8055 afternoons. 665-8330
or 662-2750 evenings. 14
FOUR-MEN quiet place to study, Lin-
ens furnished, no cooking. 723 Pack-
ard near State. C
Now renting for fall. Spacious 2-
bedroom modern apartments with
wall-to-wall carpeting, off-street
and 1 sundry facilities. Other 2-
bedrooms in new and older buildings
in excellent campus and hospital
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC,
Call 662-7787 between 10 and 1
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.
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 fiest modern
high rise apartments. Rental agent on
premises daily. Call 663-0800. C
TWOMENeNEEDED for modern bi-level
4-man beautiful apartment. $45/mo.
Call Denny, 662-4575. 017
2ND ROOMMATE wanted for one bdrm.
luxury apt. $70/month, near Univ.
hospital. Phone 761-3821 or NO 2-2655
and ask for Rick Adrian. C6
FOR TIS SUMMER - An apartment
with a heritage, and is great to live
in. 4 rooms. 341 E. Liberty, Apt. 6.
LARGE ROOM for rent. Kitchen and
garage. 663-3886. 013
Rent now for the fall semester and be
assured of your FIRST choice in
apartments. All apartments are on
campus. Priced from $55-$75 per man.
610 S. Forest
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 Apt. Lim-
ited, 610 S. Forest, 761-5440. 010
2 NEED 1 MAN IMMERIATELY $63.33
per month. New, clean, close to cam-
[pus. 507 1111, No. 4. Call Chuck, 761-
6157 after 6. CA
Sumer and Fall Rental
721 E. Kingsley
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. 018
TWO OR THREE MAN apt. close to
campus. 1324 N. Univ. 665-4685. C50
New, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-5 per-
OFFICE, 545 CHURCH ST.
NEED ONE GIRL to share 4-man. Mod-
ern apt. Close to campus. $52 per
month. 526 Packard, Apt. 102. Call
anytime, 662-4895. CF
HOUSE FOR GIRLS ONLY
1315 Forest Court
3 bedrooms, 2 study rooms, modern kit-
chen with dishwasher, living room
with fireplace. large dining room,
wall-to-wall carpeting, air-condition-
ed, with garage. Remodeled last sum-
mer. $75 per month for 6 girls. Call
PRIVATE BEDROOM in house shared
by 3 other students. 662-8186. C20
ONE ROOMMATE needed for 4-girl
apartment; 2 bedrooms, dishwasher,
garbage disposal, air conditioning. Call
663-9482 or 764-6572. C19
Luxury bi-level apartments now rent-
ing for fall occupancy. Dishwashers,
air-conditioners, fully carpeted, 1 ,
baths, decorator furnished. Call for
more dealls or stop at our office to
see floor plans and make your selec-
Fine Campus Apartments
1 335 South University
ROOM FOR RENT. Share kitchen and
bath. 761-2729. 014
NEED ONE GIRL for two-man apart-
ment. $50 per month. 826 McKinley.
1 BEDROOM, 2-man apartment. 117 N.
State St. $140/month/ 665-8825. C23
SUBLET-Available now. One girl need-
ed, 22 years or older, for modern 4-girl
apt Call 665-4953 after 6:00 p.m. C22
MALE ROOMMATE for spacious 2-man
apt. Prefer grad student, $87.50/month.
Call 761-3872 after 6:30 p.m. C26
Hurry and rent our spacious 4-man
apartment. It's close to campus, has
air conditioning, and will be beauti-
fully furnished since we are suing
the land lord.- Call 663-7828. C45
With room to roam, i mile from city
limits. Furnished 3 or 4 bedrooms,
two car garage. Completely repainted
with new modern kitchens. $240/mo.
plus utilities, available now. Liberty
Land Co., 662-3358. C28
2 MEN living in a 5-room, 3-bedroom
furnished house are looking for a
third. Rent $55 per mo. 630 Miller
Ave. 662-8121. C41
NEED THIRD MAN to share modern
3-man apt, from now to end of sem-
ester 668.8542. C42
2 bedroom furnished apartment, car-
peting, air-conditioning, and dish-
washer. Available now. $195/month.
Call fora ppointment. Liberty Land
Co., 662-3358. C27
GIRL STUDENTS have new apartment
in Ypsi to share with another girl
student. Call 483-1206 or 483-8519. 024
TWO BLOCKS from campus. Now rent-
inv for summer and fall. New taste-
fully furnished one and two bedroom
apartments. Carpeting, dishwasher, air
conditioner. Call 665-4200. C25
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
2 and 3 man apartments, furnished bl-
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:
418 E. Washington Street
Directly on Campus-half blk. off State
Spacious, New, Luxurious furnished,
One Bedroom - for 3 students. Bale.,
air cond., soundproof. Laundry and
EXTRA FEATURE - Large study
hall. Mgr. In apt. 15 Call NO 8-6906.
Now leasing for summer and fall. C
MAKE THE MOVE IN FALL
of '67 to
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
The professional management firm with
the tenant in mind. Pick up alit
ing of available apartments for fall
at our office. C12
Now Renting for the Fail
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 conveniences. Call
APT. FOR RENT--Single opening in
tour man. 751 S. Forest, No. 410. Call
WANTED-RIDERS TO BOSTON! Leav-
ing March 1st. Please call 761-2234 if
RIDERS WANTED to Florida in new
GTO. Around Jan. 22. Leave message
at 761-5159. GE
SALESMAN - Students, part-time
work on campus. Excellent line of
products. Work own hours. Good
commission. Call Gene DeFouwG663-
Com-Share Inc., a leader in computer
time-sharing, has openings for exper-
ienced programmers. Positions are
available in Ann Arbor and also in
Chicago and Minneapolis where Com-
Share data centers are soon to be
Please call or writerMr. George W.
Parrett, personnel director.
2200 Fuller Road
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48105
NATIVE GERMAN Student or student-
wife needed for rush job coding Ger-
man interviews. $1.75/hour. Call Mrs.
3owlby, 764-9188 or 662-9344 evenings.
DELIVERY WORK - Student with car
for part-time photo delivery work.
Good pay and gas mileage reimburse-
ment. Call Gene DeFouw 663-1364.
SECRETARY - Sense of humor, likes
hard work, drives car, makes coffee,
able to work with 3 balmy, perfection-
istic researchers; cool, compulsive, able
to go it alone;can type, file, and get
administrators to act and smile; for
rare "challenging" job on study of
Negro-white differences in blood pres-
sure. Call 764-1158. H7
WORK ON CAMPUS
Excellent line of products.
Work own hours
Call Gene Defouw
$200 per month guaranteed.
CallMr. Sward 761-2280
MARRIED COUPLE wanted for weekend
work at local childcare institution.
Call Mr. Jackson at 665-5805. ' H48
MEAL JOB at medical fraternity. Call
Skip Wallace at 662-5752. H43
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
$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
U.S. ENFIELD Cal. .30-06. Restocked.
Shoots 21, M.O.A. $55. 761-6776. B
FOR SALE: 1966 Honda Super 90 -
Black - $330 with a free extra front
fender. Call Henry at 761-3187. BE
OLYMPIA portable typewriter, $40, ex-
cellent condition. Call after 5. 665-
FOR SALE - Valve trombone (Conn)
and String Bass (Kay). Call 665-4633.
WANTED-4th girl to share 4-man
roomy, modernly furnished apt. with
balcony. Close to campus. Only $58.75
per month. Call Pat, 665-9872. BA
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 HONDA 160. Excellent condition.
Cheap. Call John, 665-6487. Z17
HONDA 305 Scrambler, 1966. 1800 miles.
Must sell. Call 665-5066. Z16
1965 HONDA Trail 90. Boved to 97 cc,
Extras 668-8542. Z13
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - 2 TICKETS for Segovia,
either performance. Call Steve after
10:00 p.m., 761-7865. K22
WANTED - 2 tickets on Union flight
to Europe (May 4-June 4) Please call
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD available. Call Russ
at 761-7420. EB
For your cinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140.uReason-
ably priced. Cali Manager, Huron Mo-
tor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
TYPING - Experienced, term papers,
theses. Call 761-5680. J33
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
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Custom and personal
made instruments, electric, accoustie.
209 S. State. 665-8001. XI
A-1 New and Used It struments
BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONOOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-5 month old collie puppy. An-
swers to Libra. Black tail and tan
body. No collar. Reward. 665-2781. A36
LOST-Brown folder containing bibliog-
raphy index cards on State St. across
from Campus Corners. Call 761-3877.
LOST, 5 days ago-Male Siamese cat,
8 mo, old. in vicinity of Hill and S.
Division. Please call 662-0779. A35
LOST-Cat, male iSamese vicinity State
and Packard. Call 761-6161. A37
FOUND -- Money clip near U. Towers
on Tues. Call Dan Purple if you can
identify 665-6203. A32
FOUND-Men's gold signet ring near
Church and Forest Sts. Call 662-7120
1964 CHEVY Bel-Air 2 dr., standard 6,
13,000 actual miles, good body condi-
tion. $1300. 662-5740. N15
TRIUMPH Sedan, 1962, 22,000 miles. $450.
Call NO 8-6884. N14
FOR SALE-A. H. Sprite, black, radio,
luggage rack, tonneau cover, new
rings, brakes and exhaust system.
Must sell. $750 or best offer. 663-4093.
1965 FORD station wagon, standard
transmission. 6.cylinder, 38.000 miles,
cxc. cond. $1595. Ph. 668-8830. N16
'60 1iALCON, 6 stick. $225. 665-0856. N12
WANT TO LEARN to dance jazz? Ann
Arbor Recreation Department at Burns
Park Gym, 1415 Wells St. Mondays
5-6 p.m. for 14 weeks: Classes begin
January 23. Fee $11. Register now.
Call 665-8821. F9
AMBER APARTMENTS demonstrate the
absolute value of intrinsic function-
ality over blatantly touted mass md-
iocracy. Crooks Rd. at 1314, Royal Oak.
OVER 25% of our business each year is
inter-state. Find out why people
travel 1500 miles to buy a Diamond
Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor. Aus-
tin Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-
"UNDERGROUND FILMS" isan awful
label but see them anyway at Cinema
Guild tomorrow. F8
"THE FABLES" ARE FUNNY. Ann Ar-
bor's newest best seller, presented by
Zeitgeist. Ken Lawless' THE FABLES,
Book 1, Volume 1-or "Now To Be
Fired From Moo-U Without Really
Trying." At Marshalls, Centicore, Fol-
letes, Wahrs, Ulrichs. $1.00. F6
FOR SALE-Diamond Engagement Ring
EDUCATION at its best! Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. F4
FLIGHT TO EUROPE - Two tickets
needed on UAC Flight No. 1 to Europe
(May 4-June 4). Please call 764-6989.
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
THEODORE BIKEL is coming in per-
son to Hillel, Sunday on February 19.
to meet with Jewish students. Call
Bonnie Burton at 764-6979 to join our
special committee. F10
WANTED-Ticket to Winter Commence-
ment. Call Phil, 764-2788 nights. F21I
MEDICAL STUDENT looking for attrac-
tive female ski-enthusiast to drive to
Boyne and help share weekend ex-
penses. Call Alan, 761-8588. F45
Unable to find suitable 4-man apt. for
next fall; desire to try out married
housing. Call 665-5140. Ask for STEVE,
Dave (choice of two) or Jerry. FA
APT. 6 is back . . . almost. F0
COME TO the seminar on American Lit-
erature this Tuesday: Hester Prynne,
Daisy Miller', Becky Thatcher, Franny.
Lady Brett and Madeleine Herzog will
be there.s4:00.eMultipurpose room.
Rent Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith pnrtables for only 610
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
KURT WEILL, SALAMONE ROSSI,
BENEDETO MARCELLO, and JOHN
PLANER all composed Synagogue.
Music and the Hillel CHOIR needs
some extra sopranos and altos to sing
these lovely melodies. Call Steven Ov-
itsky, choir director at 663-9095 for in-
formation. F l
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time-day or
night-LOW RATES. t)ON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
JAZZ GUITAR. Gibson E525 Accoustical
I electric. Solid maple. Also suitable for
rock, blues, or folk. 761-1661. F12
SUPER SUNDAY has been confused
For Terrific Tuesday.
Happy Birthday, TODAY, Ann.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. Now you can
be a part of Apartment 6. We are
looking for a fourth. Applyimmed-
iately for this exciting opportunity.
Call 761-4807. FA
YOU'LL BE in good company if you
come Tuesday to the UgH Multipur-
pose room at 4:00. Fiedler. Huck Finn,
Ginsberg, Powers, Ralph Touchett,
Nick Adams. Felheim, Seymour. Willy
Loman, Flem Snopes, Stewart and
Ahab will all be there too. Writer-in-
NEED 1 MAN for 3-man summer sublet.
2 blocks from campus. Call Al, 662-
2944, 418 E. Washington, No. 12. F47
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
"White" & Colors-$5.98
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
FOR STUDENT ART DISPLAY
Creative Arts Festival
to the UAC office
Wed., Jan. 11-Wed., Jan. 18-10 a.m.-4 p.m.
for further information contact
Department of Art at A&D Building
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THE INDIVIDUAL AND HIS RELIGION
(A PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION)
A seminar in religion, sponsored by the Office of Re-
ligious Affairs, and open to all students. The six
seminar sessions, led by Lloyd W. Putnam, will be de-
voted to a psychological understanding of the nature
and functioning of religion in the mature personality.
Basis for the presentations and discussions will be Gor-
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