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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 24, 1968

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

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FOR RENT
3-BDRM. APT., washer, dryer,
large back yard. 662-3409. C34
'ED: one working girl or grad
ent to share pleasant 2-manl apt.-
campus. $65/mo. Call 665-8480.
035
,ONER needs another to help find
share a 2-man apt. for fall. Am
'ant and sorta sloppy. Call Claire
3842, 6-9 p.m. CE
MALE GRADS looking for third.
Linda Stein, 761-3484 or 769-3143.
C33
'ED - mature indiivdual to share
rm. apt. on Maiden Lane. Call
n at 761-4487. C30
ARD AT STATE. New large, 3-
n., bi-level, furn., 4-man apts.
6916. 032
=D, male grad student with car
hare apt. with garage. Exchange
2 hours per week, household
es. Call 663-25$8. C31

FOR RENT
410 OBSERVATORY. Fall occupancy.
Modern 4 man 2 bedroom apt. with
wall to wall carpeting throughout,
new furnishings, air-cond., covered
parking, modern kitchen and laun-
dry facilities. Days: 662-7787. Eves:
761-1498. 033
HARITON HOUSE
721-723 E. Kingsley. Offers for fall.
Hospital and campus location. Air-
conditioned, balconies, sound condi-
toerecreation roam, private stor-
age, laundry room, carpeting, private
parking. Let's just say they are
SPACIOUS, QUIET, AND ELEGANT.
Four man apartment $62 per man.
$248 per apartment. Call dayq 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
C41

HURON, 1 bdrm.,
Will accomodate 2
o. lease. Graduates.

furn., air-
or 3. 8 or
761-2939.

FALL APTS.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1,'2, & 3 BDRMS.)
CALL
Summit
Associates
761-8055

C29
3-MAN, 2-bdrm., air-conditioned, fully
carpeted. Near Frieze Bldg. Call 665-
0154. 026
2-MAN, above the Village Bell at 1309
S. University. Call 665-0154. C27
1700 Geddes
For Fall
4-man, bi-level, with dishwasher, 1%
baths, 2 air-conditioners, very large
rooms, all masonry construction as-
sures privacy, beautifuly furnished
and located on the right side of the
campus. Call 665-8825.
Charter Realty
1335 S. University
C50
Campus -1 Block
418 E. Washington
1 Bedroom for 2 or 3
For information and appointments call
NO 8-6906 or 761-2943
024
HOUSE AVAILABLE in Paris suburbs,
preferably in exchange for Ann Arbor
homel for family of four beginning
August '68. Mrs. Peterson, 764-0510,
weekdays, 8-5. C24
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 WALL ST. FOR FALL
Ideal for Medical Center and Hospital
New, furnished, all conveniences,
dishwashers, undercover parking,
2 bdrm., 3-4 man.
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
016
1506 PACKARD
FALL RENTAL
Large; furnished, 5-room apt. with
screened terrace, 3-5 man. 761-5692
or 1-864-3852. 014
WANTED: 4th girl for Fall apt. Mo-
dern, quiet, and low prices. Call
Cheryl, 769-0186. C15
Renting for Fall
2 or 3 man apts.
-modern
--air-conditioned
-1 bedroom
Located at State and Packard
$165-180/mo.
Call Chestnut Properties
761-9395 or 769-5688 esp. eves. 6-10
C7
824 PACKARD;
FALL OCCUPANCY
Fireplace and screened-in porch high-
light this modern 2-bedroom furn-
ished apartment that includes wall-
to-wall carpeting, separate kitchen,
laundry, parking and storage facili-
ties.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves: 761-1498.
C40

042
1146 GEDDES. Large newly furnished,
carpeted rooms .for men. No cooking.
$50-65. NO 8-6906. C37
For Fall
THE WALDEN MANAGEMENT CO.
Has apartments in the campus
area. for 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 persons,
with the choice of an 8 or 12-
month lease,
FOR INFORMATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT FOR SHOWING'
CALL 769-2345
C31
318 E. WILLIAM. Fall occupancy. Com-
pletely redecorated 1 bedroom apt.
with new furnishings, drapes, wall to
wall carpeting. Includes separate
kitchen and back porch. $160/mo.
plus electricity. Days: 662-7787. Eves.:
761-1498. C34
1317 Wilmot
Furnished two bedroom apartments
now being leased for fall occu-
pancy.
Excellent campus location. Easily
accommodates four at $62.50 a
man.
For an appointment to see call
Walden Management Co.
769-2345
C29
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. JOE'S
FRIEZE BUILDING
2 bedroom apts. for fall. New build-
ings. From $200. Call Summit Asso-
ciates 761-8055. 019
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campus, with all the
inquiries. From $190 per month. Call
Summit Associates at 761-8055. 018
315 S. Division
On campus - Large furnished studio
two mah apartments. Managed by
Walden Management Co.
769-2345

SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET, own rm., share 8-
rm. house, 1023 Church. Call 662-
6270. U7
EXCELLENT EFFICIENCY - Good lo-
cation, no kitchen, summer only, $40
per mo. 665-9971 after 5. U6
SUBLET III-B-Modern, air-cond., 2-
man. Cloes to campus, soundproof.
Call 769-4066. U15
SUMMER HALF. Terrific air-pond. apt.
Very cheap. Call 769-5525. U8
1 GIRL NEEDED for Aug. sublet. 3 man
3 bdrm. apt. $45. 769-1235. U15
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
TV, balcony, own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
HAVE YOUR own room in 4 bdrm.
house. $40/mo. Call Nemo, 769-1247.
U23
WANTED TO RENT
ROOM WANTED, centrally located sin-
gle for male, undergrad student in
private home. Call Bob France after
6:30, 769-2847, L37
WANTED: inexpensive 1-man apt. 12-
mo. lease. Call collect (616) 949-5459.
L35
WANTED--2 man apt. from Aug. 25 to
Dec. 25 by 2 grad students. Call 769-
2434. L34
HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS WANTED: Males who do not
wear glasses for reading, to partici-
pate in psychological experiment on
perception. $1.50 for one hour. Call
764-0430, H27
COLLEGE MEN. Earn up to $3,000 this
summer as a management trainee.
Start immediately. Call 483-7511, 2-6
p.m. Wednesday only. H3
COLLEGE MEN
Full or part-time work, summer.
Part-time durinv school.
Excellent Pay
Flexible Hours.
Car Necessary
Call 761-8014 or 761-8015
H26
NOW HIRING for full and part time
salesmen for the nation's largest
audio retail store (just 20 min. from
Ann Arbor). Experience in audio or
retail sales necessary. For information
call Mr. Leinback BR 3-892 1. H24
SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER for PDP-9.
On-line lab. 763-1143. H22
PAGING OPERATOR - Part-time posi-
tion at University Hospital. Hours are
from 11:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. on Sat-
urday and Sunday. Minimum of $2.13
per hour to start. Contact Medical
Center Personnel Office, A6004 Uni-
versity Hospital or phone 76J-2172.
E23
NEED MONEY?
Be a sales representative for a soclo-
politico-satirical new poster line.
Ideal for individuals and organiza-
tions. write for complete" poster
profit kit: GROSS NATIONAL PRO-
'DUCT, Box 427, Wayzata, Mn. 55391.
H8
FALL RENTALS -2 person efficiency
units on campus, new, furnished. $140
Call NO 2-2260 or 483-9895. C22
COLLEGE MEN. Earn up to $3,000 this
summer as a management trainee.
Start immediately. Call 483-7511 2-6
p.m. Wednesday only, H3

PHOTO SUPPLIES
NIKON F accessories: Auto-Rokunar
28mm/f2.8; Auto-Vivitar 135mm/f2.8;
Komura 2x-3 zoom adaptor; $60, $50,
$30 respectively, or $110 all three.
Also Braun F40 electronic flash $40
and Honeywell Auto-Strobonar 660
automatic electronic flash $80. Call
Richard Lee 764-0562 or 665-3838. DA
PERSONAL
JAN RUBIN: Long Hair is a must..?
Sandy Feuer is in A too!
Love, The Brodeman F3
FOR SALE: Diamond Engagement Ring.
EDUCATION at its best. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151..
F
NIKON F accessories: Auto-Rokunar
28mm/f2.8; Auto-Vivitar 135mm/f2.8;
Komura 2x-3x zoom adaptor; $60, $50,
$30 respectively, or $110 all three.
Also Braun F40 electronic flash $40
and Honeywell Auto-Strobonar 660
automatic electronic flash $80. Call
Richard Lee 764-0562 or 665-3838. FA
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them,
instead, and save hours and hours
of ' copying by hand. Only 8c per
page. S. Univ. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. F17
MASSAGE. By appointment. Private
and community sauna rooms. Ann
Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. F
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only 8c
per copy during business hours, or
only 6c per copy on overnight serv-
ice, S. Univ. right next to U. Towers.
769-0560. F18
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
FOR SALE

timore 8-6 and fell into a sec-f
ond place tie with the Orioles.
The Senators struck for three
runs in the sixth to take a 4-3
edge, but Detroit moved in front
against four Washington pitchers
in the eighth and ;added an in-
surance run in the ninth.
Al Kaline opened the eighth by
drawing a walky and Willie Horton
'sacrificed. Bill Freehan also
walked and. Price knocked in the
tying run with a single off left-
hander. Barry Moore.
After pinch hitter Norm Cash
fouled out against Dave Baldwin,
Brown singled home the go-ahead
..run.
'~ Jim Northrup's double and a
single by Kaline produced the
Tigers' ninth inning run.
Bernie Allen and Paul Casanova
reached McLain, 19-3, for run-
scoring bloop singles to cap the
Senators' three-run burst in the
sixth following a controversial call
Pergeaux by Umpire Emmett Ashford. Ash-
ford ruled that Mike Epstein was
yn area nicked by a pitch, drawing a
yester- heated protest from McLain,
etic de- catcher Freehan and Tigers Man-
summer. ager Mayo Smith.

Senators,

6-4

II

WASHINGTON () - The Detroit Tigers came from be-
hind on run-scoring pinch singles by Jim Price and Gates
Brown in the eighth inning last night and trimmed Washing-
ton 6-4, restoring their American League lead to six games.
Denny McLain, nicked for eight hits - including Frank,
Howard's -28th homer - before he left for a pinch hitter in
the eighth, received credit for his 19th victory as the Tigers
picked up a game on the Cleveland Indians, who lost, to Bal-

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Pro Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Boston
California
Oakland
Minnesota
NeW York
Chicago
Washington

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daily
spots,
SPORTS NIGHT EDITORS:
Alison Symroski
and David Weir

-Daily-Eric
MICHIGAN GYMNASTICS COACH Newt Loken helps;
youngster retain a tentative handstand position during
day's clinic session. The program is part of the .athli
partment's five-sport clinic series being initiated this;
KNEE HEALED:

RtOM AND BOARD

C30 '

2 BDRM. modern, 1 block from Bus.
Ad. or law school. Air-cond., park-
ing provided. $220 per mo.
101 N. Ingalls, near Frieze and
Rackham Buildings. Apt. 1, open 1-5
daily. 2 bdrm., large, modern, and
nicely furnished, for 3 or 4. Parking
provided.
Available Aug. 20. Days: 761-5159,
eves. 665-2398 or 662-5469. C28
FOUR-MAN, air-conditioned, furnished
apt. for fall between campus and U
Hospital, covered parking. NO 2-
7787, after 7 p.m. 761-1498. C3
1337 WILMOT
1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 2-5 people.
Fully furnished, air-conditioned, bal-
conies, parking, clos6 to campus.
Rents start at $65 per person. For
this and other fine campus apts. call'
Summit Associates, 761-8055. C25

CAMPUS APTS., Ambassador Co.,'
72 1-5 daily.

781.
015

...

FALL RENTAL
STATE STREET
MANOR

1111 S. State St.
(Across from Yost Field House)
Modern, furnished, 3 - 4 man, air-
conditioned, newly furnished, bal-
conies, ample parking, garbage dis-
posals, LOW RENT, owner operated.'
CALL 761-5692 or
1-864-3852
C18
BARGAIN CORNER

.THE BEST
CAMPUS
APTS.
FALL 1968
NEW, FURNISHED,
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
STUDENT APARTMENTS
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS

PHI ALPHA KABPA, 1010 E. Ann near
medical complex is now serving meals
5 days a wk. through Aug. 22. Board-I
ers desired. Lunches 90c, dinners $1.65.
If interested please call Dick Hui-
bregtse 761-5491. E12
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 HARLEY DAVIDSON, 175 cc, 1900
miles, cx. cond. $300 or best offer.
Call 665-4875. . Z9
1967 KAWASAKI 250. W-W/O tuning
extras. Must sell. 663-0470. Z7
'65 BRIDGESTONE 50cc. Just tuned.
4,000 miles. Great for campus. $95.
Must sell, 483-2123. Z
ALLSTATE SCOOTER, $50; good condi-
tion. Call Chris 665-9852, 5-7 p.m.
Z5
YAMAHA 100-Twin. $200 or best offer.
Good condition- ust sell, 761-8570,
ask for Paul. Z1
FOR SALE -T 1965 BMW R65S. Excel.
cond. Call 663-7273 or collect 1-881-
1350 Z46
USED CARS
HEALTH FOODS and diet foods. 523%
N. Ashley, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (except
Sun.) NO 2-9541. M3
1967 MUSTANG 289. 3-speed, like new,
$1295. 769-0258. N27
KARMAN GHIA, yellow. 1966, like new,
low mileage, one owner car $1395. Call
971-05118. N24
IGA WHITE, 1962, all new accessories,
sharp, excellent condition, $1095. Call
971-0518. N25
'60 CHEVY; auto., snows, $150, Call 665-
2106 or 769-5125. N26
VW CONVERTIBLE, '64, 26,000 miles,
ex. cond. Call 971-5418 (eves.) or 764-
0508 (days). N20
1961 DODGE LANCER, Slant 6. Stick
shift. $275. 761-8338. N21
1964 TRIUMPH TR4. Good cond. Must
sell. Ca1 769-3419. N22
VOLVO 554, 1964, excellent condition.
Call 665-9278. . N23
'65 TR SPITFIRE, radio, ex. cond. $1295,
Canll 663-9235 after 5 p.m. Z416
1968 JAVELIN V-8, 4-speed, wire wheels,
BRG, 665-7041. N15
MG~1100, 25,000 miles, 4 new Dunlop
tires, front wheel drive, radio, Must
sell, $850 or best offer. 769-3480 after 12.
N17
FORD, 1962 Galaxie 500, V-8, automatic.
$30-firm. 665-3887. N19'
'*r'3TrIATT ("'CRA_1003 PRed. 14HP.

NIKON F accessories: Auto-Rokunar
28mm/f2.8; Auto-Vivitar 135mm/f2.8;
Komura 2x-3x zoom adaptor; $60, $50.
$30 respectively, or $110 all three.
Also Braun F40 electronic flash $40
and Honeywell Auto-Strobonar 660
automatic electronic flash $80. Call
Richard Lee 764-0562 or 665-3838. BA
IBM CARDS, unused, and metal carrier
for them. RCA console TV, excellent
finish but non-working, $8. Two large
speaker cabinets with speakers ap-
prox. six cubic feet in volume, $20
and $25. 761-3419. BD
OLD JUGS, crocks, dishes for sale. Also
old purses, sunglasses and miscellan-
eous items. 761-3419. BD
1 PIANO, console model, good condi-
tion., $300. 663-1167 after 5 p.m. BE
HARDTOP FOR '58-'62 Corvette. Hon-
duras Maroon. $150. Call 761-4138.
B48
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GE COMPONENT STEREO SYSTEM,
2 speakers, turntable and tuner amp.
in matching walnut cases. 769-5331,
eves. X8
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State, 665-8001. 10-7
p.m. X
ACOUSTECH stereopower $mplifier.
Solid state, 70 watts. Perfect. $100.
Call 764-6573 or 663-0318. X6
SAXAPHONE. Excellent condition, Best
offer. Contact Larry, 662-6184. X7
GUILD & ESTRADA 12 string guitars.
Imported Indian Sitar. Best offer.
971-3595. X5
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BUSINESS SERVICES
Creative Photography
Weddings, parties, candid and for-
mal portraits. Professional quality at
student rates. Call 769-2288 days, 769-
0868 evenings. Jl
TYPING-Theses and reports. $2.00 hr.
475-7541. Ask for Peggy. J 14
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 6c on over-
night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox 2400 duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service only 6c per page
(stored in office safe for complete'
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
8c per page. S. Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 769-0560. JJ
DON'T TSK IT +
TASK ITi
Typing-theses and term papers our
specialty; IBM typewriters; executive
type and justified copy available.
Transcription -- Medical, technical,
business, conferences
Printing - Mimeograph, offset,
Photocopying.
Composition and Art Work
Stuffing, mailing and addressing
Resumes
Telephone answering
(Pick-up and delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 west Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor. Michigan

Lions' Eddy ready for new start

DETROIT -P-Nick Eddy, his
injured knee "stronger than ever,"'
is eager to start the 1968 National
Football League season.-
The 23-year-old Detroit Lions
halfback sat out his rookie year
after suffering a knee injury in
an exhibition game. It was a se-
vere blow to Coach Joe Schmidt
who had planned to use the slick,
ex-Notre Dame halfback in tan-
dem with Mel Farr.
Farr went on to gain more than,
860 yards rushing and was named
the NFL's offensive Rookie-of-the
-Year by The Associated Press.
"I think Joe wants to use Mel;
and me in the same backfield,"l
said Eddy. "I feel strong this year9
and maybe I'll be able to take'

some of the running load off Mel's
back."
Eddy said he works out daily
with weights to maintain the
.strength in his injured knee.
"The knee is stronger than ever
now," he said. "I think part of the
reason I was hurt last .year was
because I played in the College
All-Star gamhe and was never able
to get into top condition by the
time I reported to the Lions. My
weight is about the same and I'm
in good shape going into training
camp this year."
The 6-foot, 206-pound runner
scored a touchdown the first time
he carried the ball for the Lions
in an exhibition game last year.
The Lions were counting on him

/ ~.... .
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3) C. K. Reaver Company, Detroit, Mich.
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Placemtent fice, some typing, willntrain for bkpng.,
shorthand pref., but not req., must be
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS sharp, well-dressed, poised.
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information,
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Wednesday, July 24

8:30 p.m.

Yesterday's Games
New York 4, Boston 1, night
Baltimore 8, Cleveland 6, night
Detroit 6, Waslhington 4, night
California 3-1, Minnesota 1-3,
twi-night
Oakland at Chicago, rain
Today's Games
B~oston at New York
Oakland at Chicago, 2
Cleveland at Baltimore
Detroit at :Washington
California at Minnesota
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
St. Louis 63 34 .649
Atlanta 50 46 .521
Cincinnati 47 45 .511
xSan Francisco 48 48 .500
xChicago 48 49 A495
Philadelphia 46 47 .495
New York 47 52 .475
Pittsburgh 45 50 .474
xLos Angeles 43 53 :448
xilouston 42 55,.433

to become the first real breakaway
threat since the days of Doak
Walker when the knee injury
struck.
Schmidt said. late last year that
he could have used Eddy in the
last two games of the season but
preferred to make sure the knee
was completely healed before risk-
ing his No. 2 draft choice again.
"We weren't going anywhere
and I didn't want him hurt in
some losing cause,""'said Schmidt.
Eddy rushed for 1,625 yards in
three years at Notre Dame-a 5.6
per carry average-and was called
by Irish Coach Ara Parsaghian
"the most dangerous open field
runner I ever coached."

ISRAEL
THE COUNTRY-THE PEOPLE

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x-'Late game not included.
Yesterday's Games
New York 2, Atlanta 1, night
St. Louis 11, Philadelphia 5, night
Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 6,
12 innings, night
Houston at Los Angeles, night
Chicagonat San Francisco, night
Today's Games
Chicago at San Francisco
New York at Atlanta
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia at St. Louis
Houston at Los Angeles

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FOLLETTS
322 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104

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Sam's Store
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For GALS and GUYS
-JUST ARRIVED-
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545 Church

761-7600,

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ROOMS FOR MEN, Grad students only.
furn., reasonable rates, close to cam-
pus and city areas. Singles or doubles.
Cal 761-6832. 017
3-man newly furnished, wall-to-wall
carpeting, disposal. August occupancy
also
1335 GEDDES
Air-conditioned
4-man August occupancy
Newly furnished
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Completely modern and spacious
$250 per mo, includes heat and water'
Campus Management, Inc. 337 E. Huron
Days 662-7787 Eves. 761-1498
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ROOMMATE WANTED --Female grad
tteint w+ants vrl t shre nice.

AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director

TOM HAYDEN
PUBLIC MEETING
Short Talk: Cleaver for President
Hour-long questions and answers
Open CNP discussion at 10:00 p.m.

HAM ILTON
Short, stimulating, brief, but intensive modern business courses
designed for today's girls-going-up and determined to make it
now, not tomorrow. New Hamilton Mini1Courses are starting
shortly. Select .now from lasses preparing you for: Secretary,
Receptionist, Stenographer, Key-Punch Operator, Learn Speed-
writing Shorthand . . , classes just a few weeks in length.
Classes to fit your schedule, free counseling and placement.

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Eons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
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phone 169.4507

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