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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Direct Classified Service,

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764-0557

Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
USS ESSEY GOGGLES, approx. $250.
Free Yamaha 80 '65. Outostanding
sacrifice. Now. Rod, NO 5-3516. Z3
SUZUKI Scrambler Now in Stock.
World's fastest 250 Street Scrambler,
12 month or 12,000 mile warranty,
it's the best in the industry. See
them now at Suzuki Cycle Center,
4040 Washtenaw. 761-2650. Z
HONDA C110,black. Excellent condition,
low mileage, extras. $185 (or best
offer). Call NO 2-8518. Z2
1965 HONDA 50, electric starter, book
rack. Call Al, 761-8241; Jerry, 761-
8093. Price: best offer. ZC
SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE COR-
NER! Get your '65 Honda now. Exc.
condition. Call Steve, 761-1755. ZB
1966 HONDA 305 Scrambler, four months
old, excellent condition, best offer,
must sell 761-1303. ZE
FREE
with any repair order your motorcycle
will be stored free over Thanksgiving
holidays. Make reservations onw at
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211. E. ANN
662-3979
BRIDGESTONE, COTTON, AND
HODAKA Z
1964 HONDA Super Sport. Good cond.,
must sell. 663-1173. Zil
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
USED CARS
TR-4, 1964-Excellent condition. $1,495
or best offer. Call collect-GI 7-3215
between 12:00 and 12:30 p.m. N40
ROMNEY Special 1961 Rambler Ameri-
can. Radio, heater, 4 near new tires,
complete with Romney sticker. Best
offer over $100. Call 761-2795. N41
FOR SALE-Tartan red 1966 MGB-
Roadster. 761-1256. - IN34
MY PET 1960 VW. Good condition. New
tires. 662-5252 or 809 S. Division. N35
'62 TR-3. REASONABLE price. Good
cond. John, 761-4107. N36
NEED 1 GIRL to share mod. 3-man apt.
326 E. Madison, Apt. 17. Call Linda,
665-0898. N37
'55 MERCURY. Good transportation.
No rust. $75. Must sell-can't drive
stick. Call Rick, 663-5602. N38
1965 DART GT V8, 4-speed. 7000 miles.
Call 662-5148. N39
G.T.O. 1965, 2-door hardtop, tri-power,
4-speed, new 4-ply tires. Call 663-9875
after 5 p.m. N
1965 V.W. IN GREAT Shape-just over-
hauled. Call 761-3716 after 5:30. N
PORSCHE 1600 N-1956; Mechanically
perfect, just overhauled, reasonable.
Must sell. Contact Ken, 665-2230. B8
BARGAIN CORNER

TRANSPORTATION
DESPERATELY need ride for two to
Metro Airport on Nov. 23 between
10:00 and 11:30 a.m. Call Chuck, 764-
6713 or Steve, 764-6710. GA
WANTED-One rider to New York for
Thanksgiving. Leaving Monday and
returning Sunday. Call Steve, 761-
4807. F
DAILY ROUND-TRIP ride needed from
Ypsi to Central Campus. Working
hours 8:-5. Will pay. Call 483-7823
or 764-8480. G22
RIDERS to Eastern Massachusetts
Thanksgiving. George Fargo,.761-9695.
023
GOING to Trenton, ' New Jersey, or
vicinity for Thanksgiving? Ride in
style! Call Jon at 764-3614 for ride
on 23rd. GF
RIDERS WANTED to Los Angeles or
thereabouts Christmas Vacation. Call
Stan Hoffman, 761-9695, 019
WANTED!!1 - A ride to Chicago this
weekend. Call Jeanne at 761-6872. 7
COED WISHES ride to Michigan State
on Friday, Nov. 18 and back on Sun-
day, Nov. 20. Please call Bonnie, 764-
4970. GC
RIDE NEEDED to New York (Long
Island) on Wed., Nov. 23. Call 761-
7772. GD
RIDE WANTED to Columbus, Ohio, this
Friday. Call 663-7345. GD
RIDER WANTED to Buffalo, N.Y., this
weekend. Leaving Fri. after 10 a.m.
to return on Sun Call Marty, 761-3187.
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
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
PORTABLE ORGANS available for im-
mediate delivery. Farfisa Mini Com-
pact 495, Doric Stereo Organ 595, Vox
Continental Organ 795. Also a good
selection of Vox and Fender ampli-
fiers and guitars. Ann Arbor Music
Mart, 802 S. State. 662-6550. X11
STEREO AND MONO components -
Klipsch, Scott, Dyna. Kit assembly
and de-bugging. Will swap. Reason-
able cost. 483-0013. X10
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-
ville, Indiana. X
A-1 New and Used I struments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
MISCELLANEOUS
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-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-MAN'S white gold class ring,
1967 B.A. Reward. 665-9836. A16
LOST-ONE PAIR, black glasses (Man-
hattan). Call 764-5662. A17
LOST-Black and white spotted male
cat. Arch-Parkard area. Reward. 662-
2043. A1
LOST - Brown leather purse with a
suede wallet. Nov. 14 in S. Q. Lounge.
Need papers. Call Ann, 764-9633. AD
LOST-One Omega Sea Master Watch
in first floor men's room of UGLI. If
found please contact Bill Bridenell
at 761-3123. A14
ON SIDEWALK between Aud. B and
diag, on south side of Angell Hall-
Heirloom ring, gold, 3 rubbies, set
vertically with 2 pearls. Substantial
reward offered; immense sentimental
value. Please help!l Call 665-5720,
Debbie. A6
HELP WANTED
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for girls, with
speaking voices to work in downtown
office of advertising agency. Flexible
hours day or evening. Good pay. Call
761-8620. H
HELP WANTED-Female college grad-
uate with ability to write abstracts
of articles for a University journal.
Part time work at home. Call 764-1394.
H2
PART TIME EMPLOYMENT
If you are free 4 eves. per week and
Sat. you can maintain your studies
and still enjoy a part-time position
doing interesting

SPECIAL INTERVIEW WORK
Earn $25-60 per week, salary and1
bonus.
If you are neat appearing and a
hard worker, call Mr. Andrews for!
app't. at 761-1488 Tues.-Fri. bet. 9:30
a.m.-1:30 p.m. H49

HELP WANTED
CODERS WANTED-Half to full time.
To start Dec. 1 or sooner. $1.75 per
hour if experienced. Hours flexible.
Call 764-9587 or 764-1158. H48
COUPLE WANTED. As relief house
parents for Washtenaw County Juv-
enile Home. Live in private apartment.
Responsible for supervision of 12
teenagers from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sun-
day through Friday. Good salary plus
fringe benefits including Blue Cross
and life insurance. Call 665-7511, ext.
277. H45
BOY'S SUPERVISORS are needed at
the Whitmore Lake Boys Training
School. This interesting position in-
volves supervising boys in various
activities, both inside and outside
their cottage, making reports, and
collaborating with other staff mem-
bers in treatment planning. Full-time
positions only. Applicants must have
at least one year of experience in
the supervision of delinquent boys
OR two years of part-time work in
a youth organization OR two years
of college. Starting salary of $1.98.
40 every two weeks with regular pay
increases and all Michigan civil serv-
ice fringe benefits. Work either 6:00
a.m.-2:00 p.m.; or 2:00 p.m.-10:00
p.m. Contact J. J. Powers at the
Whitmore Lake Boys Training School.
Phone 313-449-9441, or write for an
application to Department of Social
Services, Lewis Cass Building, Lans-
ing. An equal opportunity employer.
H50
PART-TIME EVENINGS -Interview
work four evenings per week (5-10:30
p.m.). Call for Mr. Holt for interview,
761-1488. H46
MASTER and DOCTOR of SCIENCE IN
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING: Financial
aid available for Engineering and
Science Majrs 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., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years
old need parent's permission.. Detroit
Blood Service, 404 W. Michigan, Ypsi-
lanti, Mich. 483-1894. H
FOR SALE
ONE TICKET for MSU-Notre Dane,
highest bidder. 764-5620. B12
3 TICKETS to "The Consul," Sun., No-
vember 20 at 8:00. Main floor seats
but will bargain to sell any or all.
Call 663-8241. BF
SONY 50A taperecorder with accessor-
ies. Call 668-6037 after 4:00 p.m. B10
21" RCA TV with or without UH con-
verter, exc. cond., fine wood cabinet.
663-2840. BEl
FOR SALE-'64 Honda Hawk. Ex. cond.
Extras. 764-0066. B7
ELECTROLUX tank type vacuum clean-
er all attachments in good cond. Will
sell for $35. 663-917. B2
HONDA SUPER HAWK, has new pis-
tons and rings. $450. 665-6601. B33
PERSONAL
F.B.I. BLACKLIST. DOCUMENTED.
"The F.B.I. Security Affair"
Bob Marshalls-Overbecks
GIRLS - Do to popular demand, the
men of 10 P will continue their
"shoulder to cry on" policy. If you
have a problem, want someone to
talk to, or need a date, call Mike or
Les at 662-6983. F
HELP -I need a ride to East Lansing
this Saturday. Call Steve, the Big
Ten Supremist at 663-6710. FD
DESPERATELY need ride for two to
Metro Airport on Nov. 23 between
10:00 and 11:30 a.m. Call Steve, 764-
6710, or Chuck, 764-6713. FA
COED WISHES RIDE to Michigan State
on Friday, Nov. 18 and back on Sun-
day, Nov. 20. Please call Bonnie, 764-
4970. FC
IN A WAR of ideas it is people who
get killed.
Vote on draft referendum this Wed.
F23
AN END TO INNOCENCE
Leslie A. Fiedler (L.A.F.) F22
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS that
speak your love to those who say: "
do" Austin Diamond, 1209 S Univer-
sity. 665-7151. P2
LITTLE CLUB comes to NORTH CAM-
PUS Commons, band, dancing, Fri.,
9-12 p.m. F21

HEAR ADAM CLAYTON POWELL -
November 21st in Hill Auditorium, 8
p.m. F16
HOW DIABOLICALLY clever of you,
Dolly Levi! Grounds for divorce me
thinks. FC
BACK by popular demand BUZZ BAR-
KLAY sings at Smitty's Fri. F26
UNTIL AMERICANS stop killing and
being killed in Vietnam; A silent vigil
every Wed. noon on the Diag. to ex-
press our sorrow and ourprotest.
Join us. P
WHAT'S A HILLEL SANDWICH?
Find out this Sunday at 5:30 or enjoy
our usual 2 corned beef or pastrami
sandwiches. Also learn about "An-
tennas and Antiquities" from Profes-
sor Edward Stasheff's witty and en-
gaging illustrated talk. $1.00 members,
$1.25 others. Call 663-4129 for reser-
vations. F25

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

HAIR REMOVAL by electrolysis. 663- ONE SNOW TIRE WANTED - Brand YOU enter alive; you leave living at
0680. F3 new. 7.00 x .13. Call 761-2234. FB SMITTY'S Friday night. F

L.A.F. is controversial. FB
FRED R. HARRIS LIVES!'
Be the first on your block to belong
to the Fred R. Harris fan club, actual-
ly a Communist front organization.
Phone 761-4693 for all the gory details.
FB
ALL CAMPUS MIXER
THIRD FLOOR REEVES-Markley Hall
Call Lee Cross, 4-9743. FD
TO RAY AND BLACK Commandoes-
Good Grunts. signed, Brother Power.
FB
SO BIG we had to call it GIANT, the
Sesquicentennial issue of Gargoyle on
sale today, FB
WANTED-Second girl for very large
and beautiful 2-man apartment, with
separate bedroom, two blocks from
campus. Available now or in January
with lease through April. Rent is $60
a month. Please call 663-0401 or come
to 1208 Willard, No. 4. FB
JAY the Cockroach, Pt. 1, Ch. 7-Jay
crawled cooly closer to see Jezabel
to better advantage. His chance came.
She had dropped a crumb of fly. He
quickly ran towards her and picked
it up for her. "Can I be of any
service?" FB
STUDD for men. After shave and
cologne. To make her cry a little.
Available at the Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. F11
HEAR ADAM CLAYTON POWELL -
November 21st in Hill Auditorium,
8 p.m. F16
WANTED-Ride to East Lansing this
weekend. Share expenses. Call Dana,
764-3619. FD
ONE SNOW TIRE FOR SALE - Brand
new. 7.00 x .13. Call 761-2234. FB

ROZ AND SONNY say HI to "Lew."
Play hard, play fast, play quick. FC
WAR AND PEACE
Episode 7
"First of all, dear friend, tell me how
you are. Relieve my anxiety," said,
with no change of his voice and tone,
in which affected sympathy, and evn
irony, was perceptible. "How can one
be well when one is in moral suffer-
ing? How can one be calm in these
times, if one has any feeling?" said
Anna Pavlona. "You'll spend the
whole evening with me, I hope?" FB
WAR AND PEACE
Episode 8
"And the English ambassador's? I must
put in an appearance there," said the
prince. "My daughter is coming to
take me there. "I though today's re-
ception had been put off. I confess
that all these festivities and fire-
works are becoming tiresome." "If
they had known it was your wish
the reception would have been put
off," said the prince, from habit, like
a wound-up clock, saying things he
did not even wish to be believed. FB
SUPPORT the 1966-1967 INTRAMURAL
ice-cart championships. Don't . let
your house be aced out by the IN-
crowd. 665-9281. F8
THE MICHIGANENSIAN is happy to
announce the engagement of Kitty
Johnson to Harold Oseff. The big
day is probably next Sunday. FD
Rent Your TV from N EJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW, F
VOTE
LESLIE MAHLER
for SGC
FB

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
ADOPTION NOTICE
We would like to announce the birth
of our son, Daniel Bruce Sobel, Nov.
14 at 11:45 p.m. in Apt. No. 17.
MOMS
(Marcia, Ricki, & Judy)
P.S. Happy belated birthday Danny-
boy! FB
FOR RENT
THREE GRAD. NURSES NEED 4th girl.
New, modern (luxurious) apt. Close
to campus and hospital. 761-6876 or
761-7637. C16
NEED 1 GIRL to share modern 3-man
apt. 326 E Madison, Apt. 17. Call
Linda. 665-0898. C17
4TH GIRL WANTED for modern apt.
Immediate occupancy. Call 665-0824.
Ask for Mary. C12
MODERN BI-LEVEL. Available Decem-
ber. $165. Call 662-7086. 013
4TH MAN NEEDED for winter semester
in modern, spacious apartment. 2
blocks from campus. Call Alan, 761-
9563. C15
2-3 MAN-1 block from campus. 4 mo.
lease. 665-7643. 09
HOUSE-North Campus walking dis-
tance. 4 bedrooms, available Dec. 1.
Unfurnished. $195 or will furnish for
5 students at $250. Call Hobbs, NO
3-4132 or Koelling, NO 5-914. C10
ROOMMATE WANTED-Prefered grad.
or senior, for a modern, carpeted 2-
man apartment. 543 Church, one
block from campus. Call 761-8104. C7

FOR RENT
January 1-CAMPUS BI-LEVEL, modern
furnished one bdrm, apt. Air-cond.,I
study area, parking. $175. 663-0866.
014
ATTENTION-2 guys. If yu are sick
of existing in a steretotyped, over-
protected world, and want to burst
through, to attempt the discovery of
your unimhibited self-to be an in-
dividual, yet part of a studly trio,
then call Al at 764-6794, and share a
3 man apt., next yr. Now is the time
to apply! (Turkeys needn't bother
calling!). E12
HUGE HOUSE, 5 bedrooms. Student,
pet, and children welcome. Unfurn-
ished and no lease required. Call 665-
2689. C4

FOR RENT
STUDIOS-make reservations now for
second semester. Ann Arbor Apart-
ment Agency-sublet service, 1217 S.
University. 761-3688. C41
3 WORKING GIRLS looking for 4th to
share roomy apt. Will be available be-
ginning of Dec. If interested call 663-
1431 after 5:30. C39
WANTED TO RENT
DARAGE OR garage space needed near
campus. Call 761-0655. ,11
BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVINGt& DELIVERY
24 hour service. 663-6629. J21

NEED 1 GIRL (grad or sr.) for modern
2-man. 665-4557. - C5

GUITAR LESSONS
yrs. teaching experience. $2.50 for
2 hours. Call Dave, 483-9529. J22

TWO MAN newly decorated apartment.
Available now or Jan. 764-2416 days.
761-8573 evenings. C2
MODERN STUDIO apartment available
Jan. 2 blocks from campus. Call 761-
0858. C5
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment.
Two blocks from campus. Available
December 1. Call 663-8866 evenings.
C6
FOR WINTER SEMESTER-Wanted 4th
man for mod. 4-man apt. corner
Packard and State. Lease thru April
'67. $60/month. Call 662-6268. CB
4, 5, OR 6 MAN APT, available 2nd
semester. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. $265 a
month. 508 Lawrence. 662-8121. CB
FOR RENT-Modern two man efficiency
apartment. One block from campus.
Available for immediate occupancy.
$65. 761-2844. C44
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-Apt. space
for 2 men in four-man unit. oOntact
House Manager. 406 Packard or call
761-4156 C40

TYPING, ACCURATE, PROFESSIONAL,
THESES, DISSERTATIONS, MANU-
SCRIPTS, ETC. 439-2831. J20
ALTERATIONS and TAILORING men's
and ladies' clothing in excellent work-
manship. 225 E. Liberty St. 685-8195.
J18
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 Catberine
Daily Classifieds
Bring Quick Results

*Engineers-top third
*Scietists -top quarter

Open Mon. & Fri. Nights

NOL IS DIFFERENT from other organizations
which may seek your services. It is com-
pletely creative in purpose, a laboratory in
the true meaning of the word, and one of the
largest and best-equipped laboratories in
the world.
NOL is big because it has a big job to do. NOL
creates advanced naval weapons, works
from inception to design to prototype test
and development. Research ranges from
nuclear effects to acoustics to explosives and
materials. NOL is the nation's leading R&D
establishment for Anti-Submarine Warfare,
the Navy's principal high-speed aerobal-
listics activity, and a leader in the develop-
ment of new air and surface weapons. It is
also the Navy's primary laboratory for the
developnent of projectile, rocket and bomb
fuses. Since 1950, NOL has completed 158
new weapons and devices.
THE JOB DEMANDS THE FINEST FACILITIES.
NOL has them: Mach 17 wind tunnel, 200 G
centrifuge, hypervelocity ballistic range,
IBM 7090 computer, underseas weapon
tank, antenna range, particle accelerator,

tection systems, weapon guidance systems,
influence fusing, airborne missile systems,
instrumentation for weapons evaluation and
aeroballistic research. To perform new
concept feasibility experiments.
PHYSICISTS AND MATHEMATICIANS to conduct
basic and applied research in underwater
acoustic effects, oceanography, electro-
magnetic and infra-red radiation, magnetic
and semi-conductive materials. To perform
analytic studies of weapons systems. Math-
ematicians to conduct numerical analysis,
programming and trajectory plotting.

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rolling hills of Maryland near the Nation's
Capital. Puts them through a one-year pro-
fessional development course with rotational
assignments to various areas within the
Laboratory to prepare them for permanent
assignments.
From the very beginning, new staff members
have an opportunity to contribute directly to
significant projects ... to be part of an organ-
ization where groups are small and em-
phasis is on the individual. NOL stimulates
continuing professional growth by providing
both time and support for graduate study
programs. Maryland University is 10 minutes
away, and graduate level courses are taught
at NOL each semester.
NOL needs:
AEROSPACE ENGINEERS to conduct design
studies of hig h-speed, high-performance
re-entry systems and solve basic problems
in theoretical and experimental aerothermo-
dynamics, aeroballistics and hydroballistics.
To perform the aerodynamic design and

HAVE AN old Guitar, Uke, or Wind
Instrument you would like to con-
tribute for use by W. J. Maxey's Boys
Training School at Whitemore Lake
for their Christmas program? Phone
662-2625 for information. F
WHOEVER took my brown "Golden
Thread" suede winter coat from the
I-M Wrestling Meet Tuesday night,
I've got yours (size 44). Call Dan at
665-2321 or 761-1628 and we can trade.
F
ANN ARBOR'S best buv in a diamond

An NOL representative -will be on campus
-Monday, Novemb~er 21
Contact your Placement Office for interview.
SUMMER PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT OPPOR-
TUNITIES are available for outstanding grad-
uate students and graduating seniors. See
your placement office for details or write
Professional Recruitment Division, NOL,

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