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TURSDAY, OCTOBER 6,1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

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USED CARS

BIKES ANO SCOOTERS

1962 JAGUAR XKE-See and make offer 1965 HONDA Super Hawk. Clean. $500
--at 3383 Williamsburg St. N37 or best offer. 761-7661, Johnny. Z49

TR-3 1960 BRITISH Racing Green. Back
seat. Very good cond. $600. Call Ned,
764-4447 or 665-2667. N38
1960 OLDSMOBILE hardtop, power
steering and brakes, good condition.
$500. Call 665-4087. N34
ALFA ROMEO Jullieta Sprint, 1959.
$500. 1827 Pontiac or call 662-3013. N36
AH SPRITE MK 2, 1963, good cond.
White with red interior. Call John,
662-6810. N35
FOR SALE - 1962 VW Bus. Divided
front, sunroof. Excellent condition..
$900. Call Ann, 764-6952. N33
1963 CORVAIR Monza Convt. 4-speed,
radio. $700. 662-8869. N30
1961 V.W. Sunroof. Radio, heater. Good
condition 668-8547. N31
G.T.O. 1965, 2-door hardtop, tri-power,
4-speed, new 4-ply tires. Call 663-9875
after 5 p.m. N
WANTED TO BUY
NEEDED-One ticket to State game.
Call 665-5062. Ask for Jim. K8
WOULD LIKE two tickets to State
game. Will beat any price. Call 761-
3736. KE
WANTED-A used record player, cheap.
Call 764-0562, ask for Carney. KA
WANTED-Four adjacent tickets for the
Purdue game. Call 665-7222 after 5:00
p.m. KE
NEED ONE Homecoming football ticket.
Call Joyce, 761-3695. KD
FOR RENT
4TH MAN NEEDED for house this se-
mester only. 761-8682. C40
DELUXE NEWLY furn. apt., 2 bed-
room, bi-level, dishwasher, disposal,
carpeting balcony. Avail, for 3 or 4
students. Call 761-0053 or 663-8463.
C41
COVERED PARKING
State St.-St. Joseph's Hospital. $90 for
12 months. 761-7600. C43
LARGE SINGLE ROOM-Fireplace, very
near campus, 631 E. U. $75/mo. Male
or female. Call 665-6975 or 665-4480.
C36
APT. FOR 2 MEN. $110/mo. Lease thru
Aug. '67. Shown 7-7:30 evenings. 533
Elizabeth or call NO 5-9918. C37
WANTED-3rd girl for 3-man apt. Mod-
ern, close to campus. 665-4274. C38
1 ROOM basement apt., furnished, pri-
vate entrance. $70/mo. 623 W. Huron.
C39
2 MEN NEEDED to fill 4-man apart-
ment. $55 a month. 665-5358. C34
FURNISHED efficiency apt. Ideal for
one undergrad. Union area. Call 662-
AVAILABLE NOW
New one bedroom apts. for 2 or 3 peo-
ple. Complete furnished plus air-
cond. and parking.
904 S. State at Packard
Model Open
6 p.m.-9 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
1 p.m.-3 p.m. Tu., Th., Sat.
Call 662-7961 afternoons and eve.
7787 during the day and 662-0549
evenings. C35
FURNISHED APARTMENT for 1 or 2
quiet persons. 1 block from campus.
Reasonable rent. Call 665-0089 after
6:00 P.M. weekdays. C31
FOURTH GIRL needed for modern apt.
Immediately. If interested please con-
tact 761-8561 after 5. C32
ANYONE interested in purchasing fur-
niture and subletting bachelor apart-
ment. Nice and new. Write Box K,
c/o Michigan Daily. C
4TH MALE STUDENT needed to share
new modr. apt. Preferably senior or
grad. 662-5115. C27
NED ONE GIRL for next semester for
a spacious 4-man apt. 1 short block
from campus. Call 761-5159. CD
WANTED TO RENT
2 GIRLS WANT 3rd roommate to
share modern 4-man apartment. $65
a month. 665-0561. L4
MARRIED COUPLE need inexpensive
apartment immediately. Call George
Junne, 764-2425 or leave message. LF
ROOM AND BOARD
NEAR CAMPUS, coed or working girl to
live in private home. Board and room
in exchange for babysitting and some
light housekeeping. NO 5-0114. E8
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Ride for two to State this
weekend for game. Leave Fri. p.m.,
return Sunday. Call Sam, 761-4807.
GB

BARGAIN CORNER

'63 HONDA Scrambler, 305 custom, rea-
sonable. 668-6719 evenings. Zi
1965 HONDA S-90. Excellent condition,
3,000 miles. Call Phil, 665+3669. ZB
SUZUKI X-6. $650. Price includes $45
Buel. helmet. Call Ken Field, 665-3669.
Z$0
1960 ALLSTATE, Must sell, Will bar-
gain. 665-5963. Z44
HONDA 50 Sport, 1400 miles, excellent
condition, best offer. Call 761-578.
Z45
HONDA 50, 1800 miles, electric starter,
rack. 665-4060 after 5. Z45
1961 250cc MATCHLESS Scrambler. Runs
well. $275. 761-3950. Z48
HONDA 50S, low muffler, black, rack,
etc. $160. 662-1473. Z47
FOR SALE - Ward's Mo-ped motor
cycle. Good condition, sure to start.
$110. 761-0044. Z41
160 cc HONDA SCRAMBLER, 2,000 miles.
Best offer. Call Chuck, 761-6157. Z40
1966 YAMAHA YDS3, 250 cc. Excell.
cond. Will bargain. 663-9948. Z34
1965 HONDA 5-90. 550 miles. Excel.
cond. $350 or best offer. Call 662-8639.
Z42
HERE IT IS
University Motorcycle Sales
1966 demo. sale
All prices include license, Mtle & tax.
211 E. Ann
662-3979
Next door to Armory.
Bridgestone 90 sport - $400
Bridgestone 175 - $600
Hodka Ace 90 - $360
Bridgestone 60 sport-$325
Bridgestone 50 sport.-$300
Bridgestone 90 tfail-$350
Used motorcycles
1966 Honda 50, elec. starter, luggage
rac - $195
66 Bridgestone 90 trail-$300
66 Bridgestone 60 sport-$250
Honda service
Genuine replacement parts
Z
YAMAHA YDS 3 '66. 1800 miles. Excel.
cond. Will bargain. Call Jon at 761-
1345 between 5:30 and 7 p.m. Z43
HONDA 300. New Crank, nw paint,
make an offer. 663-3953. Z26
FALL SALES FESTIVAL
save on all popular .
IONDA's and OSSA's
HONDA of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
6659281
Z
HERE NOW
BRIDGESTON E
175 SCRAMBLER
Large selection of new end ued
motorcycles
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
662-3979
Z
1965 HONDA Scrambler. Exe. cond., hel-
met gloves, mirrors, rain cover. Phid.
up ins. Call 761-6763. Z8
1964 HONDA Super Sport. Good cond.,
must sell. 663-1173. Z11
BLACK Suzuki X-6 HUSTLER. Only 953
miles. Only $598. 662-4100. ZA
'64 750 ROYAL Enfield Interceptor. $900.
665-4249. B19
Available Now
Yamaha Sportoycles
from 50 cc. to 305 cc.,
including the unbeatable YL-1
twin cylindr Ymab.
Bank financing.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
Trtunph, Yamaha, BMW
224 S. First 662-7409
1967 NORTON 750's
$130
nothing down
HONDA of ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
World's Fstest
Street Scrambler
teserve now-the new X-6 Scrambler

coming soon
SUZUKI
Cycle Center
4040 Wahltenew
741.2650
Z37
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Princeton Bracelet-watch, Re-
ward. Call 761-3059. A27
FOUND-A small white cat on the cor-
ner of Madison and State. Call 665-
8712 evenings. A28
GOLD ELGIN ladies watch lost Tues.
a.m. in Diag area. Call Elaine, 663-
5936. Reward! A29
LOST - Engagement ring with gold
band. Campus area or Main Street.
Call 662-3695. A24
LOST-One sorority pin. It is gold
with pearls in it. Reward if re-

BUSINESS SERVICES
SAVE THIS AD-You'll need it some-
day. Dressmaking, ladies' tailoring,
alterations. Reasonable prices. Day or
evening. All work guaranteed. 662-
3481. J6
EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRETARY
desires typing in my home-or indivi-
dual or company. Call 665-8560. JS

OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
in the Nickels Arcade
240 Nickels Arcade

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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
PART-TIME Keypuncher for MAD Lan-
guage Programs. 764-8448. H8
WANTED-Part-time translater fluent
in French. Must have command of
business usage. Write PO. Box 1936,
Ann Arbor. H9
WOULD YOU like some extra money?
(Who wouldn't). Need a typist who
can spell. Part-time. Write P.O. Box
1936, Ann Arbor. H10
OPENINGS FOR CHILD CARE WORK-
ERS AT PLYMOUTH STATE HOME
& TRAINING SCHOOL. Child Care
Worker, 19 yrs., a minimum of 28
semester hours completed. Salary
ranges from $5,178.24 to $6,076.08 de-
pending on education. To work with
retarded and an excellent opportun-
ity to combine work and practical
field experience for those interested
in careers in milieu treatment, Edu-
cation, Social Work, Speech Therapy,
and related fields. For further infor-
mation contact Personnel Office,
Plymouth State Home, 453-1506, Mon.
thru Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. H48
MEAL JOB-Good food Reasonable lo-
cation. Call Steward, 665-3669. H111
HELP WANTED weekends, healthy out-
door work. $1.75/hr., bring a car load
of friends and come out to Emerald
Valley Turf Nurseries, Inc., 7450 Wel-
ler Road, Gregory, Michigan. 517 223-
9966. H12
WAITRESS - Part-time. Forget your
woes in between classes and exams,
and earn a few pennies besides. Work
available during meal periods to suit
your class schedule. Starting hourly
rate $1.25 an hour plus tips. Apply in
person to Mr. Meckas, Virginian Res-
taurant, 315 S. State.1H7
MEAL JOB available. Phone George,
761-7420. HE
OCCASIONAL Sleep-in Maid. No
"work," Call Dick, 665-3152 or 668-
8324 after 6:00. H5
RESPONSIBLE, stable individual need-
ed alternate weekends for child care.
"4" Whitmore Lake-flexible sched-
ule, Transportation may be available.
Personal reference required. Phone
449-4246. H6
A GIRL WHO has her own car for local
sales work, part-time. Good salary.
Call 668-6357. H3
PART-TIME clerk for men's wear store.
Hlours 12 noon-3:00 p.m. or longer.
Apply in person SAM'S STORE, 122
E. Washington St. H4
LAB ASSIST. (chem) $2.30-$2.56 per hr.
40 hrs./wk. U.S BUREAU OF COM-
MERCIAL FISHERIES 663-8541, ext.
456. 146
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 for Rh positive, $10, $12, $14 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-4; Fri.
1-7. 18-21 years old need parent's
permission. Detroit Blood Service, 404
W MiCbiga#t, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-
1894 H
FOR SALE
MIIIGAN-M,S.U. TICKET FOR SALE.
662-64$1 or 764-5350. B24
STATE TICIETS for sale; have many,
will not gouge buyer. Linda, 764-0785.
BE
1 MSU STUDENT football ticket. You
neet MSU I.D. Tom Lansing, 44-8154
after 5:30. B22
STEREO SIT-Changer, Amp, Speaers.
Also for sale: Sony Tape Recorder.
Ca4 6625148. BD
FOR $ALE - Pickett slide rule, dual
base log-log. Retails $27.50. Asking
$19 or best offer. Steve, 7646710,
evenings after 7. BF
UREKA tanl-type cleaner, all attach-
ments. Runs and looks like few. Will
sell for $20. NO 3-9177. B3
MUST sACRWIVCE Goya Guitar F 16
#d cpe. Zgeellent condition. $125.
I paid $160. 665-0561. B17
7 FT. x 4 FT. GENUINE Kashan Persian
rug. Call Manmood, 665-2775. B20

FOR SALE
RUMMAGE SALE for Children's Com-E
munity School, Sat., Oct. 8th. 10
a.m.-8 p.m. Sun., Oct. 9th, 12 noon--
6 p.m. 206 N. 4th Ave. B211
FOR SALE-One dark blue suit, size 40,
extra long, and one sleeping bag. Call
before noon or after 6, 665-5025. B16
1960 DODGE Phoenix, good cond. Call
668-7167 or 663-1025. B14
TYPEWRITER, Royal portable. Exc.
cond. $55. NO 2-1897. B15
MISCELLANEOUS I
WANTED LADIES
If you don't appeal to them. Appeal!
to us. Figure Care Studio, 213 Clark
Street, Saline. 429-5570. M12
BLACK BELT KARATE instruction.
Small class for beginner or advanced
students. 764-9051. M13
FRATERNITY & SORORITY
BANQUETSI
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . , excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron Mo-
tor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used I struments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SPINET PIANO BARGAIN 1
Wanted: Responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinet
piano. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, F.O. Bx 276, Sheby. 1
vill, Indiana. X
PERSONAL
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOTT
Uncle Jack and Aunt Dottie. F42
SHOW OFF your talent in the lost field
of NAPKIN ART. Participate in the
Napkin Art Festival at SMITTY'E
Friday. F43
"GIFTS THAT RING when wedding
bells chime." Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F3
LOST-New black London fog raincoat
Oct. 3, Bus. Ad. library coat room. Call
Bill, 662-5460. $5 reward. No questions
asked C
TRANSPORTATION will be offered to
the Phi Sigs 50th Anniversary Lawn
Dance, on Friday, October 7. Cars
will be in front of the Union, Ulrich's
and Mosher-Jordan. F46
WAR ON HUNGER. All the pancakes
you can eat for a measley buck served
in the congenial atmosphere of the
Tri-Delt dining room. Sunday, Oct.
9, 5-8 p.m. F45
LOST-Black glossy female cat. Reward.
662-3584. F40
IF YOU'RE worried about missing the
biggest lawn dance ever, don't worry
any longer. Just follow the footsteps
from the middle of the Diag out to
the Phi Sig house. F48
DON'T FORGET! The entire campus
will be there! Make sure that you
will be there ,too. All-Campus birth-
day party on October 7, 3:30-5:30 at
1808 Hermitage. F37
TO THE MEN of Apt. 6-Where were
you last night? It's cold on the Diag.
Want to try again?
The Women of Apt. 36D F49
DEAR PHI SIGS,
Happy Birthday to you! We won't
miss the fantastic lawn dance you're
throwing. We'll be there early, so we
can help greet the entire campus. See
you Friday, October 7 at 3:30.
Love,
Delta Gamma F47
JAMES,
Life is like a game of chess, in which
there are an infinite number of com-
plex moves possible. The choice is
open, but the move contains within
itself all future moves. One is free
to choose, but what follows is the
result of one's choice. From the con-
sequences of one's action there is
never any escape.-PETE. FD
B.R.A. (The Omniscent) Found the
thing we spoke of Sat, night-the
Night of the Book. It really isn't o
mysterious.-G.A.M. F35
OCTOBER 12 is coming up. Prepare Oh
Delta Lovely-The Fratsy Club and
M. N. PB
IF YOU'RE looking for fun and excite-
ment, then you won't miss the 50th
Anniversary party of Phi SigM& Delta
on Friday, October 7, 3:30 to 5:30. P38
LET'S ALL CLAPP for oldie-
The Clock has struck 13!!

-The Men of P.E.W.
P36
WILLIAM EUGENE M.
Be my friend?
(It'll get you roses and matches.) PC
APARTMENT 101 featuring the phan-
tom active, and his yellow Merc.,
challenges the Apt. 6 Weschostang
to A chicken race around the Pi oval.
PC

PERSONAL
FIGHT the Tyranny and Oppression of
Apt, 6. Join Apt. 7. Call 662-9101. PC
WANTED TO BUY-Tickets for Purdue
and Minnesota game. Call 761-6547.
FA
MAKE the World safe for Your children.
Fight Apt. 6. Join Apt. 7. Call 662-
9101. FF
THE WORLD will hear of the dastard-
liness of Apt. 6. Join Apt. 7. Call
662-9101. PC
PARFUMES by Christian Dior available
at The Village Apothecary, 1112 South
University. P28
APARTMENT 6 wants to go to the
Michigan State game. If you have any
tickets to sell, please call 761-4807. PC
WHAT EVER happened to AFICIGGE?
FF
SUNDAY, OCT. 9,9:30 A.M.
South Quadrangle
Congressman Wes Vivian
Program of Higher Education, Hous-
ing Progress and Performance 1964-
66 and other related topics.
Questions and answers afterwards.
Fll

PERSONAL
CHEMISTRY STUDENTS-get instant
answers to pH logarithm problems
with an acid base calculator. Only
49c at Ulrich's. F
Rent Your TV from N EJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
F.B.I. BLACKLIST. DOCUMENTED.
"The F.B.I. Security Affair"
Bob Marshalls-Overbecks
PETS AND SUPPLIES
3 FREE KITTENS. Housebroken and
on solid food. Call 764-8381 days and
663-9470 nights. T3j
Welcome to the guardians of the nose
and praises to the nose and her newI
role on campus. FD

Triple Thick Shakes . 2c
Delicious Hamburgers 15c
2000 W. STADIUM BLVD.

ONLY FOUR more days! On Friday,
October 7, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Delta Gam-
ma and Phi Sigma Delta will host
the largest party' ever! Free refresh-
ments! Music by the "Five Bucks."
The entire campus is invited. F39
WANTED-1 or 2 tickets to MICHIGAN
and MINNESOTA game, Oct. 22. 663-
1364. FF
FOR SALE-One ticket to M-MSU game.
Call Phil, 761-7659. FD
PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR:
Lectures, negative and print -analysis
and criticism. Thursday, October 6,
7:30 p.m. -at 421 South Division, No.
5. FC
FREE KITTENS to good home. 1210
Cambridge Ct. 662-3635 after 5 p.m. T4
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