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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1966

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

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1 day
.65
.85
1.05
1.20
1.40
1.55
1.70
1.85
2.00

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
10.60
15.20
19.65
24.15

4 day
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 day
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

INCHES
1 2.00
2 3.75
3 5.35
4 6.85
5 8.25

Ads maybe run on a "till canceled" basis, i.e. the ad runs until you
notify us to stop it.
Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 11/, 21, 3 , etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

A-i New and Used It struments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SPINET PIANO BARGAIN
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-
vle, Indiana. Sl
HELP WANTED
MASTER and DOCTOR of SCIENCE IN
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING: Financial
aid available for Engineering and
Science Majors for study in Nuclear
' Engineering. Fellowships, trainee-
ships, and research assistantships
available. For information write:
Chairman, Dept. of Nuclear Engineer-
ing, University of Virginia, Char-
lottesville, Virginia. H37
PAID PSYCHOLOGICAL subjects want-
ed at, Mental Health Research Insti-
tute. Call Pam Liggett, NO 8-7516,
Mon.-Th. 7-10 p.m. H24
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. Detioit Blood Service, 404
W. Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-
1894 H
NIGHT SUPERVISOR - OLDER GRAD
Student to work 12 midnight to 7:30
a.m. at Residential Unit for adoles-
cents. Call 662-1927 after 7 p.m. H34
MISCELLANEOUS
BLIND NEGRO country-blues singer
and guitarist is looking for a blues
harmonica player or an established or
emergent Chicago-style blues band to
work with. Also available now for
parties, coffee houses, etc, Dave, 665-
4903. M20
FRATERNITY & SORORITY
BANQUETS
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
PERSONAL
LBJ-Watch out. Finch is on his way.
How well will he succeed? FE
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore!
For "Gals and Guys"
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.98
"White" and 5 Colors
CORD. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
LEVI JACKETS
"White"-Denim-$6.98
LEVI'S Superslims-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.98
Guy's S-T-R-E-T-C-H
LEVI'S-$5.98
Gal's S-T-R-E-T-C-H
LEVI'S-$6.98
Sta-Prest Slim Fits-$5.98
Cotton Turtlenecks-$1.79
(All Kinds of Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

PERSONAL
DESPERATELY NEED RIDE from Ith-
aca, New York, to Ann Arbor on Sun-
day, Nov. 13. PLEASE call 764-5982 or
in Ithaca at 272-2100. FD
SAVE $75-$500 the day you buy her
diamond. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University. 663-7151. F6
NEED A PLACE to live next semester?
Join a CO-OP student-owned houses
near campus. Room and board, $17.50
per week. Board only, $12 per week.
Contact Intercooperative Council, 2546
Student Activities Bldg. 668-6872. Ell
J. PIERREPONT FINCH,
I will Succeed
Rosemary FF
DEAREST WITCH I love you. Eternity
is a long time; promise not a threat.,
(Thanks agent W). F35
EAT YOUR favorite animal cracker
Fri., Sat., Sun. at Canterbury House.
F28
EXTRA CONCERT SERIES Tickets for
Emil Gilels Nov. 8 and Tosca Nov.
20. For sale at reduced prices. Call
764-3799. F36
GUYS and GALS get ready for the
dance in the Union featuring the
ROYAL COACHMEN on November 11
from 9-12 p.m. F22
Watch for WAR AND PEACE in the
Classified section. FA
LET THE MARKET put you in the pas-
senger seat. Arrange a ride home for
Thanksgiving through the Market.
Call 665-3303 anytime. New 24-hour
answering service for your conven-
ience. Free from UAC and SGC. F30
SUPPORT the 1966-1967 INTRAMURAL
ice-cart championships. Don't let
your house be aced out by the IN-
crowd. 665-9281. F8
WAR AND PEACE will soon be a regu-
lar feature of the Classified Page.
Watch for it. FA
LEN CHANDLER!
F27
YOU enter alive: you leave living at
SMITTY'S Friday night. F

PERSONAL
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELLEN GOLD-
BERG. We hope youfind what you
are looking for. With love from the
Group. FF
UNTIL AMERICANS stop killing and
being killed in Vietnam; A silent vigil
every Wed. noon on the Diag. to ex-
press our sorrow and our protest.
Join us. F
COMING NOV. 8. Watch for it. The big-
gest event ever to hit the University
of Michigan campus. War and ePace
will soon be a regular feature of the
Michigan Daily classified section. PA
A BEAR OF A line, a wildcat backfield
--The Animals strike again in the
Nose Bowl. FF
COME ONE - COME ALL - Phi Sigma
Sigma Pledge Open House. Sunday,
Nov. 6. FF
COME EVERY LAD and Lass,
To help us honor our pledge class.
Lots of cider, and doughnuts too,
But what good is a party without you?
PHI. SIGMA PLEDGE Open House
Sunday, November 6, 1966 FF
WHICH HOUSE offers cider, doughnuts.
a lively band, and lots of good fun?
Why it's THE PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Pledge Open House. November 6. FF
THE LIES of Apt. 6 are again appearing
in the Classified Section but you have
nothing to fear for Apartment 7 has
taken away all their powers of evil.
Do not believe them any more. Uni-
versity of Michigan Students fear not,
Good will triumph. FF
Coming Soon WAR AND PEACE in the
Classicied Page. FA
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
F.B.I. BLACKLIST. DOCUMENTED.
"The F.B.I. Security Affair"
Bob Marshalls-Overbecks
SUE L. - The pumpkin in disguise
strikes Nov. 12. V.I.P. FD
FOR RENT
WANTED-2 men for a large modern
apt. near campus. $63 per month. Call
761-9327. C36
2 BEDROOM APT. Furn., close to
campus, new building. Phone Mr.
Goldman, 665-4477 days or 662-6091
evenings. C25
FOURTH SHARER is needed for a clean
modern apartment located two blocks
from campus. Beginning winter term
(January 6th). Call Alan at 761-9563.
CB
CLEAN WARM ROOM for a man who
needs to study. 723 Packard near
State. Garage available. C32
2-3 MAN APT. Available as sublet,
Jan -May or Aug. New, modern fur-
nishings, fully carpeted. Call 665-3419.
C33
IMMEDIATELY WANTED Two room-
mates to fill 4 man apartment. New
bldg., quiet neighborhood, one block
from U. Towers. Call Dan, 761-8857 or
Luis, 764-3150. C34

FOR RENT
MODERN 3 man furnished apt. Avail-
able 2nd sem. 1 block from campus.
662-5652. C35
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-Apt. space
for two men in four-man unit. Con-
tact House Manager, 406 Packard or
Call 761-4156. C17
1 MAN NEEDED for 4-man apt. $65/mo.
721 S. Forest, No. 403. Call 761-9246.
- C28
NEED ONE GIRL to share modern 4-
man apt. 1015 Oakland, Apt. 2. 662-
8506. C29
SUBLET SERVICE
Open now: We have apts. for rent or
rent them for you. 1217 S. University
(across from Campus Theatre), 761-
3688. C
WANTED-GIRL to live in an attrac-
tive apartment next semester. 911
Oakland. Call 761-2388. C22'
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
CUSTOM Specialist. If you've seen it
we can get it: expansion chambers,
megaphones, clip-ons, knobby tires,
helmets. Every week we feature a
DIFFERENT item at a DISCOUNT.
Suzuki Cycle Center, 4040 Washtenaw,
761-2650. Z1
HONDA 90, must sacrifice. Need $125.
Call Jodi, 665-3990. Z50
DON'T WALK, DON'T RUN ...
Drive a HONDA
BLACK CB 160, good condition, extras,
great all-around bike. Call Robert,
761-8559. ZA
MUST SELL-Vespa 125cc, 1965. Exc.
cond., large windshield. Tools. 665-
5671. Z47
DETROIT DRAG winning Suzuki X-6.
100 plus m p.h. 764-2717. Z46
BSA '60 GOLD STAR (500cc). Must sell.
Best offer. 663-9467. ZF
1965 HONDA HAWK. Excellent condi-
tion, just tuned-up. Must sell. Call
761-9884. Z45
YAMAHA YDS-3, '66 250cc. Excel. cond.
Best offer. Call Shefferly at 761-1345
or 665-3567. Z34
HONDA OWNERS
Let us do your fall tune up and over-
haul work. Fast efficient service.
Genuine replacement parts used.
HONDA 50 Sport, 1400 miles, excellent
condition, best offer. Call 761-5785.
1964 HONDA Super Sport. Good cond.,
must sell. 663-1173. ZiIl
BLACK Suzuki X-6 HUSTLER. Only 950
miles. Only $598. 662-4100. ZA
Available Nowi
Yamaha Sportscycles
from 50 cc. to 305 cc.,
including the unbeatable YL-1
twin cylinder Yamaha.
Bank financing.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
Triumph. Yamaha, BMW
224 S. First 662-7409

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
662-3979
Bridgestone Cotton and Hodaka
USED CARS
BUICK, LeSabre '60, 4 dr. sedan, auto-
matic trans., power steering and
brakes, new tires, EXC. cond. $495.
Call 668-6100. N30'
'58 VW. GOOD condition. New tires.
Call1662-5252. N29
1961 VW. RED, must sell. $300 or best
offer. Phone 761-2348 after 6 p.m. N28
SUNBEAM, '63. Exc. heater, no rust.
Many extras. 761-0273. N27
G.T.O. 1965, 2-door hardtop, tri-power,
4-speed, new 4-ply tires. Call 663-9875
after 5 p.m. N
FOR SALE
ELECTROLUX tank type vacuum clean-
er, all attachments in good cond. Will
sell for $35. 663-917. B2
'61 AUSTIN HEALLY 3000, hardtop incl.
Call Mike, 482-5016 before 6 p.m. B3
BURROUGH'S office electric tyewriter,
$15. Smith-Corona portable, $20. Call
665-6248. Bi
1966 YAMAHA 250 cc, 1800 miles. Candy
red. $520. 663-6797. B47
TAPE RECORDER
Four track, two speed, stereo tape re-
corder n mint condition. Call Vic
at 665-6181. BF
HONDA SUPER HAWK, has new pis-
tons and rings. $450. 665-6601. B33
BUSINESS SERVICES
COMPLETE TYPING Service available
in my home. Call 665-7081. J15
GUITARIST with 6 yearsuexp. needs
work with rock or blues band.
Rhythm or lead any material. Jeff
Maxwell, 764-8606. . J16
WILL DO TYPING - Theses, term
papers, general typing. Call after 5.
GR 5-8780. J14
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
LOST AND FOUND
BROWN EYE GLASS case with glasses,
ID and one earring lost on sidewalk
near Haven Hall. Need badlyl Call
Jean, 764-1743. A8
LOST-Art 571 Notebook. Reward. Call
Carolyn White, 764-2041. A7

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-WATCH on 4th floor Angell
Hall on Fri., Oct. 28. Call 764-9774. AA
TRAGICALLY LOST-Lovely little black
pipe made of shiny plastic material.
Reward for return. Call 663-6864. AB
ON SIDEWALK between Aud. B and
diag, on south side of Angell Hall-
Heirloom ring, gold, 3 rubbies, set
vertically wvith 2 pearls. Substantial
reward offered; immense sentimental
value. Please help!! Call 665-5720,
Debbie. A6
TRANSPORTATION
$10 FOR INFORMATION leading to
return of pop. picture of weeping
woman. No questions. 668-7152. 016
NEED RIDE to Waukegan, Ill., on Nov.
23rd. Will share expenses. Call 764-
8856. G17
RIDERS WANTED to Grand Rapids-
Late Sat. night (probably midnight)
and return Monday afternoon. Call
Jake at 764-8585 between 6 p.m. and
1 a.m. G
RIDER WANTED to Buffalo, N.Y., this
weekend. Leaving Fri. after 10 a.m.
to return on Sun Call Marty, 761-3187.
WANTED TO BUY

In the Fishbowl

Nov. 7-10

SENIOR BOARD
Announces
GRADUATION
AN NOUNCEMENTS
For December Gradautes
May Be Ordered

WANTS YOUR IDEAS
(Suggestions and Criticisms)
On Freshman and Sophomore
Academic Counseling in LSA,
To Be Used in a
COUNSELING CONFERENCE
IN JANUARY
Please send your ideas to:
UAC STUDENT OFFICES
c/o Academic Affairs Committee

WANTED - Tickets for any Sun.
formance of "The Flies." Call
0093.

per-
764-
K17

NEED TICKETS to Illinois game! Call
Bob, 761-8559. K)

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BARBIE:
Don't forget. Apartment 7

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TAKE A WALK!
to
ON THE PROMENADE
It's Fantastic!
SPORTSWEAR
DRESSES - KNITS - COATS
MONDAY-TUESDAY SPECIAL
Hooded Corduroy Jackets
Sherpa Lined
$12.99

1. What's eating you?
Can't decide on dessert?
Worse. Can't decide on a fob.

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2. How come? The recruiters are
swarming the campus.
The kind of job I want just
doesn't exist.
4. You can get a job like that
with your eyes closed.
The trouble is, I also want
a slice of the pie.

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3. Give me the picture.
I'm searching for meaning.
I want to be of service
to mankind.
5. Then why don't you get in touch
with Equitable. Their whole
business is based on social
research. As a member of their
management development
program, you'll be able to make
a significant contribution to
humanity. And pie-wise, the
pay is fine.

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Open Monday Evening to 9 P.M.

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

When it comes
to politics,is big business
a Mugwump?

MEET the Candidates of the
SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY
Sunday, November 6 at 3:00 P.M.
in the Parker Room of the Ann Arbor YM-YWCA
Fifth Avenue at William Street
SPEAKERS:
I A A A rCC / - n A --r-- r

Some sharp tongues define "mugwump" as a
political animal with his "mug" on one side
of the fence, his "wump" on the other. Clearer
heads claim it a stamp of independence. The
definition and corporate stance Western Elec-
tric takes is strictly nonpartisan.
But nonpartisan as WE must be, we recog-
.nize that, to be an effective citizen, the indi-
vidual must become a political partisan. And
it means being more active than just showing

Unemployment...The Negro's Long Struggle
... America's Balance of Payments. Booklets
are handed out that answer questions like:
"How can I get started in politics? HoW can I
use my talents to serve my party?"
Before elections, Back Your Party rallies
are held. Bunting and posters hung. Politi-
cians from both national parties are invited to
speak. A dialogue develops.
Thousands of WE people participate. It

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