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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEME1

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FOR SALE
21" TELEVISION with swivel stand.I
Excellent condition. $50. Call NO 2--
8235. B44
GE PORTABLE Stereo with record-
stand. $70 or best offer. 665-2809. B42F
USED KAY GUITARS for sale. Excel-
lent condition. Low price. 3-3-6817.
COAT AND DRESSES, sizes 8-10, 3-5362.
CLASSICAL GUITAR, Gibson model C-{
O. Like new. Call Univ. Ext. 2238, 7-
9 p.m. B18
ENJOY!
The benefits of perfect typewriting.
Smith-Corona electric portable for
sale. Perfect condition; types neat
and quick. Many extra features. Cost
$175-sell $110. NO 5-7853 or NO 2-_
3241. George White. B40C
FOR SALE-Microscope "leis" mono-
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph._
542-6431, Detroit. B91
HI-FI STEREO tape recorder. Concert
tone, professional 510 series-3 motors'.
4 heads, every deluxe feature includ-F
ing reverse-a-matic, self contained
stereo speakers, 6 months old-like
new. Cost $600. Sacrifice $500. May be
seen at Hi-Fi and TV Center, 1301 S.1
University. 133
PERSONAL
INTERVIEWING Mon., Feb. 24, 8:00 atJ
SAB for delegate positions to the
Winds of Change Conference, MSU onP
Feb. 28th, 29, and March 1. Sign up
for interview in SGC Office. F13
SLIDE RULES-New and used, $5-$18.1
NO 2-8312. F3I
ORIENTATION leader interviews-Sign-
up Student Offices, Union. F441
DESPERATE-Need one date for Sat-
urday night. Call Duane Szareck, NO
5 9179. F7E
Buy Yourt
DIS-CARD
Now
Save 10% all semester. F43#
FOR FERN DORF-The best is yet un-
said . . ; But Wait! Tomorrow is
Another Day (!) F19
A BOOTH for the sale of subscriptions
to the Christian Science Monitor will
be on the Diag Wednesday from 1 to
5 p.m. F49
FORMATION of new group. The KIER-
KEGAARDIAN LEAPERS. For infor-
mation call 3-7541, Ext. 417 or 443. F14
'Dear VALENTINE
Ay what what?, MH. F6
WEINER SCHNITZEL with German
potato salad-$1.35. German meat pat-
ties-.30. ROMANOFF'S, 300 S. Thayer,
"Do You Have a Cold?"
Try the Apothecary Cold Remedy
Available at:

PERSONAL
HELP STAMP OUT ROGER PRICE! F15
SWEET - Where'd you get those big
eyes? Tail. P20
FURN. MOD. APT, for 4-Available 2nd
sem. No summer sub-lease. Good loc.,
1 block from bus. ad. and law. Call
NO 3-6237. F38_
"THE MARKSMEN"
Quartet
Singing for all occasions
Ann Arbor
665-4111, Ext. 277; 274
F16J
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-j
petitive prices. Call G..K. Reaver Co .
of Ann Arbor, 309 S. Thayer. NO 2-
1132. F18
CONGRATS to Ed on fine choice
But won't Stevie be jealous of Pam??
F8
H.M.C.L.
Just a reminder: Ieadline today at
4:00 p.m. H.M.J.L. F17_
RARE ENGROSSED edition of John F.
Kennedy's Inaugural Address for don-
ors to J.F.K. Memorial Campaign
Fund. Call 5-3348 or 5-8569. Young
Democrats. F4_
POTS FOR SALE-Call Stu Klipper at
2-4932. P12-
JERRY KELLMAN - You promised so
don't fink out on me. JF. Fl
MONOPOLY - Delta Kappa Epsilon
would like to formally declare itself
Interfraternity Monopoly Champions
(four man monopoly). We will accept!
all challenges. Call Bill Lincoln, NO
3-3393. F29
RIDE DESPERATELY WANTED to Chi-
cago and back this weekend. Will
share expenses. Call Sue at 5-3377.
E'10
BEANE JERRY is dead! F9
COKES AND MAGOO.
We hear the "Head Flapper at the
Gay Nineties wants her costume back
(How did you get it anyway?l
From "Two New Turtles" FS
ALAS
THE BIG BLACK CHUCKLE IS DEAD
ONCE AGAIN
"She died on a Wednesday,
The old gray goose is dead"I
(Memorial poems for her tomb stone'
will be written by her heir and_
friends and printed at a later date.)
F21.
Meet the Right People
The purpose of our organization, using1
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a.m.
NO 2-4867.
! -MICHIGAN SCIENTIFICr
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
USED CARS
'58 VW, clean, good engine. $750 or any
reasonable offer. Call Darwin Dudley,
tel. 5-5728. N20
'60 CHEVY IMPALA convt. Red, black
top, 4 new tires, radio and heater.
Small V-8 automatic. NO 3-0338. N
1956 CHEVROLET WAGON, 4-door. 6-
cylinder, straight stick. Excellent con-
dition. $350. Call HU 3-5973 after 6 p.m.
1939 CADILLAC LaSalle. Perfect, orig-
inal condition. Very low mileage. Will
sell or consider trade for BMW or
other motorcycle. Call 665-5744. N18
BARGAIN CORNER #

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
VESPA '62 GS. 6,000 mi., excellent cond.
Cpmplete overhaul 100 mi. ago, kept
in garage. Buying motorcycle, sell for
$300 or best offer. Call Peter McClean,
University Ext. 726. Z46
'63 HONDA "Super Hawk" 28%,2 H.P.
Extras. Best cash offer. 5135 Markley.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gray coat with gray leather
gloves at Phi Rho T.G. Feb. 14. Call
3-1516, Ext. 1017. A37
LOST in vicinity of Forest and S. Uni-
versity-A small yellow-striped cat.
Call 2-2262. A35{
LOST in Aud. A, 2/5-Rust rectangu-
lar handbag. Call Carol P., 2-4514. A38

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Chicago, weekend of
Feb. 28. Will share expenses. Call 5-
7711, Ext. 6108. G1
ONE BEAUTIFUL, intelligent, cheerful,
Coed would like a ride to Chicago on
Feb. 21. Please, anyone driving that
way, call Susie, South Quad Ext. 628.1
049
WHY TRAVEL all that way alone?

FOR RENT
2 APTS. Available-3 rm, apt. for 2
persons. $85/mo. includes utilities;
6 rm. apt. for 4 persons. $200/mo.
includes utilities. 411 Thompson St.
Student housing. Call NO 5-0555. C363
SUMMERj
OR
FALL
Furnished new and remodeled apts.
on campus. Unmarried students only.
NO 5-9405
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ANY HONDA-$100 LOST-Golden pearl earring. Hill St. When'you can have 3 attractive, in-
between Church & E. Univ. Return telligent, witty girls as companions.
Will reserve the machine for you. Avoid 208 Tappan Hall. Reward. A36 If you are going to Wisconsin the
the spring rush now or wait your LOST-KEY on weekend of the game (Feb. 21) and
turn later. Use our lay-away O ST"chain with red plastic wish to remove that void in your car,
plan or plate, initials "L.G." Sentimental call 3-1561, Ext. 544. 046
bank financing now. value. Also dire necessity. Call Lynda
G., 3-3384. A33 ARE YOU going to Ohio State this
HONDA of Ann Arbor ------ weekend? Would you like company?
1906 Packard Rd. FOUND-Man's glasses on corner of S. Call Joyce, 3-3693. 050
665-9281 Univ. and Church. Call 3-1511, Ext
449. A31 ROOM AND BOARD
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SUMMER

SUBLET? FALL RENTAL?

ACROSS
1. Icelandic
measure
5. Grand-
parental
9. Sphere
10. Crippled
12. Tranquility
13. Store-room
15. Indefinite
article
16. Monotonous
18. Foreign
office: abbr,
19.,Apply
._friction
21. Fortitude
22. In favor of
23. South-west
wind
25. Scotch
river
26. Oven
27Be situated
26. Fourth

caliph
29. Limbs
30. College in
Cedar
Rapids
33. Ornamental
ball
35. Hewing tool
36. Jane- -..*
actress
38. Pigpen
39. Note of
the scale
40. The act of
christening
42. At home
43. Arbors
45. Sand flea
47. Daughter o
one's sister
48, Mortise
insert
49. Very: Fr.
50. Make trim
or neat: Scot,

S H O DAL L S TAB
A E RIO 8A Y O R LE
GRAM ATE F OOD
TEETH ATONE
EGO V E E R S P E W
BARGE R U S E
B RY A N T M U R M U R
P I E R R A I S E
S Aw N A I V E N E. E
Gi I N G P O S $ E
R I O E OPT O R AL1.
lE E ALE PA C E
W E N T T E O S L E D;
Solution of Yesterday's Puzzl4

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NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALES
Triumph, Yamaha, BMW
224 S. First St. 662-7409
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wood-
land Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN AND SPORT CAR
SERVICE
Trained factory personnel to
service your car.

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RADIO REPAIRS,
MUSICAL MDSE.

PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY, newly!
remodeled house. GOOD COOK-
Uf~nn\ .J ±'J nJI 1,2.10 t%,_ V vig0 UII

GOOD FOOD. 1319 Cambridge, off
LIKE NEW-GUILD GUITAR - Six Forest. NO 2-8312. E9
string base with case. Cost $135. Will - -- I
sacrifice for $95. Call 5-6607. X5 FOR RENT
HI, FI, RADIO and Phono service. MAN NEEDED for 3-man apt. Extreme-
TV rentals, speaker reconing. Free ly close to campus. Cheap, $42 mo. Allt
pick-up and delivery service. Campus inclusive. Call Tim or Steve, 5-2886.
Radio and TV, NO 5-6644, 325 E. C34
Hoover. X2
( - j SUMMER-Air conditioned, luxury 4-6
A-1 New and Used Istman penthouse in Forum. 5-3582. C30
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS ROOMS FOR GIRLS-2 blocks from
Rental Purchase Plan campus, kitchen and laundry. Call or
see at 428 Hamilton Place. NO 3-;
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR 2189. C33j
119 W. Washington -_--
LARGE 3-MAN APT. available immed-
S - lately. Just off E. Univ. Apts. Ltd.

What is your housing problem? 1 and
2 bdrm. apts. Furn. & unfurn. Call us
to make appt. to see.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 663-9064
FOR SUMMER-Air-conditioned, mod-
ern, two-bedroom apartment for four.
Bright, spacious, central location,
electric kitchen. 662-8292. C10
JUNE
OR
SEPTEMBER
All types of close-in luxury apts.
NO 3-7268
C34

DOWN
1. High
mountain
2. Plunder
3. Norwegian
dramatist
4. Required
5. Recess
6. Fair price
7. Book of
the Bible

HELP WANTED

Call 3-0511.

C29 1

Parts for all models readily
available.
EUROPEAN CARS, INC.
SERVICE GARAGEj
424 S. Main
ANNOUNCING
WHIT'S TRUCK RENTAL
Ann Arbor
202 W. Washington St.
III Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans
BUSINESS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL TYPING at reasonable
rates. NO 5-4953 J40
EXPERIENCED spring cleaning and
ironing. Mon.-Fri, mornings. NO 2-
9782. J39
EDITING AND PROOFREADING
Manuscripts. NO 8-8905. J36
482-0191
Typing of manuscripts, theses, disser-
tations and term papers. Duplicating
done by mimeographing or offset
printing.
GRETZINGER BUSINESS SERVICES
320 S. Huron
665-8184
MANUSCRIPT typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing ,offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine
MISCELLANEOUS
Buy Candles for that romantic
Dinner with HIM
at
RALPH'S MARKET
Open every night 'til 12
709 Packard
REAL ESTATE

WOMEN 19 YEARS OF AGE & OLDER
are wanted to work 4 hours a day in
our pleasant office in downtown Ann
Arbor. No experience necessary. Call
665-4946 between 1 and 5 p.m. Ask
for the manager. $1.25 an hour start-
ing salary.

SUMMER SUBLET-3-bdrms. 508 Law-
rence, Apt. 1. Phone 5-2534. C31
NEW, 1-BDRM., air-cond., unfurn. effi-
ciency apts. 25 min. from AA. Avail-;
able April 1. $125 a mon. FI 9-1173.
C32
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED
Share a double

DENTAL HYGENIST for 1 or 2 days x Call 665-7976 for details
week in Plymouth. Write Box 7, Cl6 9 f da
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. H14 SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 3-man apt.
T.V., air-cond. Call NO 5-8333. C35
SUMMER SUBLET-2-3 people; close to
SPECIAL EDUCATION campus; large, comfortable; kitchen,
onae bedroom, huge living room; we
TEACH ER pay $50 per man but will negotiate.
905 Oakland. 5-0839. C28
Immediate vacancies for individuals ON CAMPUS-Apartment for 3 to 5.1
with experience in teaching elemen- Available til May. NO 2-144 C46
tary classes of mentally retarded -
children. Salary range $6013 to $9772 ON CAMPUS - Lot parking vailable,
nn all de endin on education NO 2-1443. C44

ARBOR
FOREST
APARTMENTS
Applications being taken for fall
apartments for graduate students
only. See Resident Manager, Apt.
102.
721 S. Forest
C23
CHARTER REALTY
is now offering summer and fall
rentals at
LARCHMONT APTS.
927 E. Ann
For further information call Mr. Beyer
CHARTER REALTY
"Fine Campus Apartments"

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9. Gesture of
reverence
11. The
shedding
of leaves
12. Plant cutter
bird
14. Ripped
17. Wrath
20. Grayish tan
color
22. Places on
record
24. Thing: law
26. Hebrew
dry measure
29. Eng.
essayist
30. Thickets of
small trees
31. Canadian
province:
abbr.
32. Mandates
34. Unit of
force
36. Exaggerat.
ed comedy
37. Pallid
40. Beverage
41. Jap. outer
garment
44. Humor
46. Ruler of
the universe

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ated at 240 Nickels Arcade

THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 So. University Ave.

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SMOTHERS BROTHERS, Hill Aud., Feb.
29, 8:30 P.M. Block sales Feb. 21, 8-5.
Gen. sales, Feb 24-28. F18:
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. F73
VOLKSW~uAGENS
The finest used selection
in Washtenaw County
1960 V/W Con.
Radio, w/walls, sharp
only $1295
1061 Y/W Conv.
Turquoise, radio, w/walls
a beautiful car
only $1395
1061 V/W Sedan
Fully equipped and
like new

annuauy, upeun gn uubv
and experience. Must have a bache-
lor's degree in Special Education
from an accredited school, and be
eligible for approval by the Depart-
ment of Public Instruction. All
Michigan Civil Service benefits, in-
cluding an outstanding state con-
tributory insurance program and an
excellent retirement plan, plus So-
cial Security. For further informa-
tion contact Mr. Andrews, Director
of Adjunctive Therapies, Plymouth
State Home and Training School.
Northville, Michigan. Telephone:
(Area code 313) GLenview 3-1500. I.n
equal opportunity employer. H40
RECREATION
DIRECTOR I
Immediate vacancy for individual
with experience in recreation work
with retarded children. Salary range
$5,220 to $6,410 annually depending
on education and experience. Ap-
plicants must have a bachelor's de-
gree in Physical Education. All
Michigan Civil Service benefits, in-
cluding an outstanding state con-
tributory insurance program and an
excellent retirement plan, 1:lus So-
cial Security. For further informa-
tion contact Mr. Andrews, Director
of Adjunctive Therapies, Plymouth
State Home and Trainir:g School,
Northville, Michigan. Telephone:
(Area Code 313) GLenview 3-1500. An
equal opportunity employer. H39

NOW ACCEPTING appointments for fal
rental. Several new buildings avail-
able. Apts. Ltd. Call 3-0511. C12
VERY NICE and clean room. Bed andj
kitchen to be shared. $135-$150/mo.
820 Arch St. For info., call 662-2263.
C37
AVAILABLE for June-New 3 bdrm.
furn'd. apt. on campus. Call 5-8330.4
C36I
WANTED-Male roommate to share apt.
with two seniors. Close to rampus.
Reasonable. Call 2-6930. C18
SUMMER SUBLET-Available in May.
Convenient to hospital and campus.
New. Call NO 5-8952. C21
1 226 PACKARD-2-room furn. with bath.
Utilities inc. except gas for cooking.
5 min, from campus and downtown.
$75. Call after 5:15, NO 2-0342. C8
SPENDING THE SUMMER IN A.A.? -
Then why not rent a modern, air-
conditioned apartment close to cam-
pus. Will accommodate 4 or 5 people
comfortably. Phone NO 5-2167 for
further information. C53
TIFFANY APARTMENTS
Showing now for summer and fall.
Modern, fully furnished, air-con-
ditioned. Efficiency, one, and two
bedroom apts. Featuring new split-
lvldesign, offering the ultimate
in luxury and privacy. Call 3-8866.

ATT: DOCTORS & DENTISTS
NOW LEASING
PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE,
JACKSON, MICHIGAN
A new development of professional
office suites which allows individual
suite plans for various professional
practices. Jackson's finest location.
Rate $3.75 per sq. ft. per year with
5 year lease Occupancy July 1964. For
more information write Karl Schel-
ling, 4848 McCain Rd., Jackson, Mich-
igan. 783-3038. C20

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SUBLET 1-BDRM. Apt.. unfurn., stove, Washtenaw & South University, 665-8825
refrigerator, off-street parking. Call C6
anytime, 662-4254. C27

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Prescription sunglasses
ERING TO CAMPUS STYLES

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Complete body shop

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MICHIGAN UNION
presents
INTRAINLIMAGE
ITR AINL"The Cultural Image
of France Today"
featuring John Pearce
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 7:30 P.M.
MUTLI-PURPOSE ROOM UGLI

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SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"WHITE LEVI'S"
SLIM-FITS
4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black, brown, loden,
"white," cactus, light blue
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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Ann Arbor, NO 3-0507

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BY OWNER-3-bdrm, ranch in Lake-
wood sub. 2%,-car garage. Aluminum
storms and screens. Nicely landscap-
ed with fenced-in backyard. Paneled
rec. room. Den and extra bdrm. in
basement. Carpeting, drapes and dry-
er. Newly decorated in and out. 4'A%%
GI mortgage or rHA. $16,900. 216
1Highlake. NO 3-3011. R38

$1195

PROSPECTIVE
GRADUATES
in
CONSERVATION
Michigan Civil Service is now recruiting applicants
for a special training program leading to top

1962 V/W Sedan
Red, radio, w/walls
A real beauty
$1495
1963 V/W Sedan
Blue, Deluxe
equipment. Like new
at $1595

career positions in the Michigan D
Conservation. Students anticipating
prior to July 1 will be eligible'

epartment of
graduation
rting annual

This cyclotron was built and operating by the fall of 1930 and reported
at the Washington April Meeting (Ph ys. Rev. 37, 1707, 1931). The
diameter of the chambe' was about 5 inches. Placed between the 4-inch
diameter poles of a magnet with afield of 12,700 gauss and 2,000 volts
on its single dee, it produced 80,000 volt hydrogen molecule ions trapped
and measured in a Faraday cage to which a measured and adequate de-
celerating voltage could be applied.
The do-it-yourself-with-sealing-wax days are gone
from cyclotron technology forever. The tiny in-
strument invented by Dr. Ernest 0. Lawrence at
Berkeley in 1930 has been superseded many times
by increasingly larger and more powerful instru-
ments of nuclear research.
Today the business of discovery is carried on by
3200 people at the Berkeley site of Lawrence Ra-
diation Laboratory, overlooking the University
of California campus and San Francisco Bay.
And the challenge of innovation remains for en-
gineers-in advanced accelerator design and in a
dynamic unclassified research program.
EE's: Major electronics development programs at LRL deal
with nuclear instrumentation, automated data handling and
acquisition, radio frequency and high voltage power supply
systems, fast-counting techniques and semiconductor device
development.
ME's: Our Mechanical Engineering work concentrates on de-
sign of accelerators and the instrumentation associated with
them, on magnet development, high vacuum systems, shielding
problems and mechanical engineering applied to biomedical
research.
Engineering graduates at all levels who want to learn more
about LRL should contact the Placement Office for appoint-

Conservation Officer

Trainees.

Sta

We have over 35
other reconditioned
and warranted V/W
and sport cars to
select from.

salary $5,805 increasing at end of first year to
$6,473. Four per cent increase in salary range
recommended to take effect July 1, 1964.
These are outstanding opportunities!
Write to Michigan Civil Service Commission, 320
South Watnut, Lansing, 48913, for examination
applications.
BENEFITS:
Pay rates well in line with those of other employers
Regular salary increases
Transfer and promotional opportunities
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