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Call Classified between 1:00 and 2:30 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone 764-0557

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN at the
Michigan Daily. Your pay checks are
ready and waiting. . . . Please pick
them up..
Audrie
F-42
DON'T MISS THE FOUR FRESHMEN
in concert at Hill Auditorium on Sat-
urday, Sept. 12. Block seats available
this Thursday and Friday, 10-4 at Hill
Aud. Box Office. General admission
seats on sale Tues.-Fri., 10-4 and all
day Saturday. Prices: 2.00, 1.50, 1.00.
F-4
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN in the
Michiganensian office. . . . Your pay
checks are also waiting to be cashed
by you. . . . Be so kind and pick
them up. . . .
Audrie
F-43
COMING SEPTEMBER 16:
1) Yom Kippur
2) The Gargoyle
F-29
- 4 VOLUMES OF POETRY
FOR FIVE
FQR FIVE DOLLARS ?
Well, it's true. The Generation New
Poet Series is still available to stu-
dents of the University for $5. Four
volumes by Lardas, Stevenson, Bron-
son & Willard - hardcover -on qual-
ity paper. Forms available at CEN-
TICORE MODERN POETRY, S. Uni-
versity at Washtetnaw. F-4
REVIEW THE ARTS for The Daily:
cinema, theatre, music, dance, paint-
ing, sculpture, literature, Join The
Daily reviewing staff now by calling
at the Student Publications Bldg.
and asking for Louise. F-30
AFECIGGE (af-a-siggy) IS COMING.
F39
KATHY SAYS Hello to the rest of
Butler House from the hallowed halls
of Bubby House. F47
Edward Steichen called the Daily the
greatest living American photograph-
ic instiution. (Or was it the other
way around?) Oh well, join the
Daily and see for yourself. Keson at
764-0553 afternoons. F-16
- NEW POET
SERI ES
As advertised in the Michigan Daily
and featured September 4th. Charter
(which means you pay only five dol-
loras) Subscription forms still avail-
able at CENTICOREX MODERN'
POETRY, S. University at Washte-
naw. First volume, AND IN HIM,
TOO: IN US, by Konstantinos Lar-,
das,, will be released October 19th.
F-3

PERSONAL
AUSTIN DIAMOND - "Where marginal
prices buy quality diamonds!" 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F
RIDES NEEDED for any week-end from
September 15 on to Philadelphia,
Pittsburg, or New Jersey area. Call
764-1805 after -- most urgent. F-6
COMING Saturday, Sept. 19, 8:30 p.m.'
BOB DYLAN
Ann Arbor High. Tickets: main floor,:
$3.75 and, $2.75; balcony, $2.75 and
$1.75. All seats reserved. Mail orders
only. Make check or money order pay-,
able to and mail to Ann Arbor Folk
and Jazz Society, .1103 S. University,
Ann Arbor. F22
WHOSOEVER sinned unpardonably by.
losing John Binkley's very favorite
ball-point pen better speak up now
as to its whereabouts or you will
soon die. Or something equally hor-
rible F
ATTENTION FRESHMEN
Learn all the ins and outs of life on
the UM campus. Read the Septem-
ber 16th GARGOYLE! F-50,
Found: The Michigan Daily. Lost:
Classified Advertisers. Contribute:
Your ads to the Daily Classified Sec-
ton F
ZOOM!
That was a bike -or scooter being sold
through the Michigan Daily Classi-
fied ads. P-q
HI, SAILOR! I'm absolutely positively
convinced that you're an angel in
disguise. . but disguised as an
angel! F-25
PUT - MUSIC in your life, bells on your
toes, records in your home, etc., etc.
through Michigan Daily Classified
ads. F-8
IF YOU READ THE DAILY, why not
try an even funnier student publica-
tion. . . the GARGOYLE! Iit's only
a quarter. . . and it's gentler to your
hands. F-49
MISCELLANEOUS means anything.
Miscellaneous ads are needed to give
the Classifieds a universal quality.
F-9
CHEERLEADERS - daily practice for'
all men who wish to become cheer-
leaders. Must know Mich. cheeers to
try out. Practice at 4 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
in Gymnastics Rm., IM Bldg. F-38
MEAL JOB openings, fraternity. Call
761-2330 after 5 p.m. H4
MICHIGAN'S N o t-So-Little "Little
Magazine" needs you and your ener-
gies. Join Generation and learn to 1)
fight rubber cement 2) fight frus-
trated artists 3) fight deadlines. We,
need ordinary run-of-the-mill gen-
iuses. F-27

PERSONAL
SOCCER PLAYERS-C'mon you guys.1
Practice 2'00 Sunday at Wines Field.
You too, Warren. F-25
LOST-Small gold lighter. High senti-
mental value. Reward. Call 761-0457.
F19
WHAT A STEAL! '57 Cushman Eagle]
scooter for sale. A-1 mechanically.
Call Fred right away at 663-7929. 917
Sylvan. F12
MAKING ITS FIRST APPEARANCE'
since the - summer - the little blue
orientation folder! Look for it in the
guise of a GARGOYLE on Septem-1
ber 16. F-48
EVER HEAR of Karsh of Ottawa? Wes-
ton of the Pacific Coast? Zimmer-
man of SI? Become a last namer-
join the Daily photo staff. Call
Keson at 764-0553rafternoons.1For
lonrg distance the Area Code is 313.
V-17
Whenever you need the services of a
DRUG STORE remember-
The Village Apothecary
112 So. University
Open 9 to 9
Meet the Right People.
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to-
introduce unmarried persons to othersI
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a.m.,'
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
CA R SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
AUTO MAINTENANCE and accessories?
Advertise through the Daily Classi-
fieds. 'S
MOVE ONE WAY IN THE U.S.A.
Move Truck Rental System
202 W. Washington St.
Call 665-6875
S1
HELP WANTED
MALE HELP WANTED: part time help
8:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.-10 p.m. to 2:00
a.m.-two or three nights per week.
Apply in person, Drake's Sandwich
Shop. H18
STUDENT TO WORK noons & even-
ings. Good wages plus meals. Round
Table Restaurant, 114 W. Liberty.
H17
OUR READERS can help us (wonder of
wonders) advertise in the Daily
Classifieds. H
A NEW DIVISION of Reader's Digest
Sales & Services is seeking several
students to work eves. & Sat. Highest
earnings possible. Contact Mr.
Naughton at 668-6808. H-10
PORTERING SERVICE needed at Tri-
angle Fraternity. Call House Man-
ager, 662-9431. H-11,
YOUNG MAN to assist handicapped
girl into classrooms, 10 a.m., 11 a.m.,
12, and 2 pan. Call 662-7075. H-14
STEADY PART-TI ME
Men with cars - $50 weekly, sales]-
promotion for division of Alcoa. Call
5-7 p.m. only, for interview. 662-3732.
H-19
MALE WANTEP to deliver N.Y. Times.
Daily and/or Sun. Must have car. Cal
5-8786. car.6O1l-
ROOM AND BOARD !
LOTS OF ROOM in the Daily Classi-
fieds for your ad. E
BABY-SITTER - Room & Board in ex-
change for babysitting afternoons
and some evenings. If live out, will
pay salary. Call 665-8277. . E-2

VW 1963 sedan. Clean, in good cond.
R/H, W/W. $1400 or first good offer.
27777 Joy Rd. Garden City - just 15
mi. east of AA. Call 427-2082 after
Sunday. N-6
1959 STUDEBAKER LARK, 6- ., 2-dr.,
overdrive,. radio, heater. Almost new
tires, excel. mechanical cond. 764-
2372,,or 665-8321 eves. N-9
1956 PLYMOUTH, auto.; V-8, clean, de-
pendable, roomy. Make offer. Call
662-7727 after 4 p.m. N-17
1964 VW - 1500 station wagon. Call Hi-
9-2315 after 5 p.m. N-18
1964 VOLVO 544. Excell, cond. Best of-
fer. Call Bob Snyder, 668-7874 days,
663-3996 eves. N-19
FG-TD, Blue, excell. cond., Call 761-
0754. N-20
1963 RENAULT R8
Excel. cond. Call NO 2-4978. N-21
BARGAIN CORNER

SAM'S STORE

USED CARS
USED CARS: Can be sold easily and
quickly through the Daily Classifieds.
Try. N
VW KARMANN GRIA coupe 1960 -
Good cond. Good taste - Good econ-
omy. Call 663-2635 after 5:30. N-1
1959 RENAULT DAUPHINE .only 38,000
miles. Good cond. Reasonably priced.
Call 662-1725. N13

FOR RENT
3RD ROOMMATE WANTED - Luxury
apt. near campus. $65/mo., utilities
Incl. 731 Packard, Apt. 206A. C7
FOR RENT: space in the Daily Classi-
fied section - Fall sublet - 9 month
lease - cheap! C.
TRANSPORTATION to and from the
Daily is cheap - so is a classified ad.
C

'59 MG. TONEAU radio, wire wheels, 4 PERSON APT. Furn. 1315 S. State.
low mileage. Call NO 2-0854. N-5 668-8192 afternoons. C-21

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Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!

"WHITE LEVI'S"
SLIM-FITS

GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE. Share
nice home near campus with retired
professor in exchange for cooking his
diet meals. Call 453-3686. C-24
APTS. LIMITED
Apts. still available for
3 and 4 students.
$140--$210
Contact Apt. Ltd., 663-0511,
Eves. 665-9271.
C9
PARKING space for VW or compact.
Packard at Division. 665-8368 after 8
p.m.-S-1
PARKING SPACES
$20/semester. 1 blk from Law Quad.
NO 3-7268.' . C-il
2 MALE UNDERGRADS need 3rd to
share modern apt. Call 665-0104. C13
214 PACKARD. 2 rms. furnshd apt. See
after 4:30 p.m. C-206
WANTED 3rd. roommate - male to3
share apartment. Call 663-1659. C-16
'3 GIRLS NEED 2 MORE to share huge
three bedroom furnished apartment
with new living-room furnishings,
fireplace, etc. Inquire Apt. No. 1, 109
N. Thayer. Less than 1 block from
Frieze and Rackham Buildings. 0-17
4TH GIRL WANTED for modern apt.
Close to campus. Call 665-7273, after
5 p.m. C-25.
SPACIOUS APARTMENT for two or
three. $120/month. Call Raymond
Hazary 665-8742. C-18
ROOM FOR RENT, 15 min. drive from
town, males only, kitchen,. $35/mo.
426-8691. C-19
3 GIRLS NEED 4th for modern luxury
Apt., $52.50/mo. 917 Packard Apt. 9-
Go to see. C-21
ALTERATIONS
HELP!
CHANGES easily made when advertised
thru the Daily Classifieds. P
WANTED TO RENT
WHAT DO YOU WANT to rent? Adver-
tise in *xhe Daily Classifiedsl L
2 MALE undergrads need third to share
modern apartment. Call 665-0104. L-2
RM. OR SINGLE APT, urgently needed
by male student. Call 764-9605, 7-10
p.m. L-7
3 GIRLS need roomate. Attractive apt.
Only $39. 924 Oakland. 665-6947. L-3

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Itental Purchase Plan
PAUU'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BE SURE TO WATCH
Football, the World Series, and the
Election Campaign on a NEJAC TV
set. RENT a 19 in. GE Portable for
only $10.00 a month. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals. 662-5671. X-1
GUITARS, ETC.
Make Repair, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Hoots Daily
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. STATE
NO 5-8001
FOR SALE
READY TO PAINT - Desks, chests,"
bookcases, chairs. Lowest prices.
MICHIGAN WOODCRAFT, 113 S
Fourth Ave. 3
FOR SALE - Top Carrier, 4'x8" Pool
Table, Wizor Motor-% h.p., ;2" wide
Rototiller, and '63 Chevrolet Convert.
Call NO 3-0338.
FOR SALE: Nothing unless you ad-
vertise in the Daily Classifieds. Re-
suits guaranteed. B
PORTABLE Smith-Corona, $40; stereo
earphones,. $15; Dial 764-0130 after 7
P.M. - B-9
QUARTERS of beef, one side--45c/lb.,
front quarter-41c/lb., hind quarter
57c lb. Lockers available. Dexter
Food Lockers, 8063 Main, Dexter,
Michigan. B-11
FOR SALE -- 1963 Triumph Motorcycle.
Call 663-0254 after 6:00 p.m. B-12
PORTABLE GE DISWASHER For Salej
Call NO 3-0338.
MOBILE HOME - 1960 Detroiter, 10x55
It. 2 bedrooms. $3200. Call NO 2-3976
after 6 p.m. B-1I
BUSINESS SERVICES
WE SERVICE BUSINESSES WITH
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. J"
BABYSITTER wanted full-time to care
for well-behaved school children.
Must have car. NO 3-4747. J-3
SINGING IS GOOD FOR YOU! Les-
son in singing and speaking. Mrs.
Kenneth Westerman. NO 8-6584. J4
PROFESSIONAL ART DESIGN, illus-
tration or drafting. Call 665-4075. J-2
PIANO INSTRUCTION
Daniela Weinberg
Formerly Instruntor at City College,
N.Y. Now accepting -a limited num-
ber of beginning and advanced stu-,
dents. 662-2821. J-1
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'63 ALLSTATE 125 cc cycle, $330. Call
Ike Evans at NO 2-8644. Z14
BSA 250cc, blue - tan, 2900 mi., excel.
cond., 65 MPG. $535. Call NO 5-8679.
YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE on
a HONDA! Join the fun at HONDA
of Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
9281. Z-2
'57 VESPA, 125 cc. Call Charles at 764-
2889.
SEE IT NOW - the '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
224 S. First
1963, 150cc Honda Engine very re-
cently oveithauled. Body in very
good cond. Blue w. red seat. Call NO
2-5475 betw. 9 p.m. & 2, Mon. & Fri.
Z-8
MOTORBIKE. $100. Call 668-9593 before
8 p.m. Z-9
LAMBRETTA' SCOOTER. Good cond.
150LL. William Cummings, 8-8168.
Z-15
NEW CARS
IS YOUR OLD CAR finally falling
apart? Find, a new one through the
Michigan Daily Classifieds. V
MISCELLANEOUS
FREE KITTENS-6 wks old. Call Jack
days 764-7480; nights NO 5-7885. M3
UNPAINTED
FURNITURE
Be your own decorator! Chests, book-
cases, desks, bars, and many other
items ready for your brush. Bargain
prices!! Michigan Woodcraft Co. 113
S. Fourth. NO 2-2773. M1
FOOLED AGAIN!I
Why should we think it's any cooler
just because it's September?
IT ISN'T.
So... cool off with cool drinks from
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night til 12.

REAL
PROPERTY boug
the Daily Cl#s
LOST Al
FOUND - Womer
Call NO 2-1291
FOUND: On Libe
female kitten, I
mos. old. Owne

For "Guys and Gals"
"White," and 5 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Neved Needs Ironing
Asst d. Colors-$6.98
LEVI'S DRESS PANTS
Asstd. Colors-Styles-$4.98 up
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI's
For Gals and Guys
"White" and Colors
$6.98
LEVI'S JACKETS
Blue Denim-$5.49
"White"-.-$5.98

LEVI's Dungorees--$4.49
LEVI's Superslim's-$4.98

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Open Mon. & Fri. Nites
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Woshington

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F-27

YOUTH COMMITTEE
for Deberry and Shaw announces an
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
Hear EVELYN SELL: Socialist
Workers Party candidate for
Senator speak on.. .
"THE DIRTY WAR IN VIET NAM"
Thursday, Sept. 3rd, 7:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room,
Undergraduate Lib.
F-28
The LU-group is DIAGing it today,
don't be left OUT. F-2

A Panel Discussion with
ARNOLD KAUFMAN, Ph.D., U. of M.
Philosophy Dept.
N. PATRICK MURRAY, Ph.D., U. of M.
Office of Religious Affairs
WILLIAM HAAS O.P., Ph.D., Prof. of Philosophy and
Religion, U. of Notre Dame, extension at Purdue

A U.S. co-ed serves Ie cream In Europe

"Retooling the Mind" by Neil W.
Chamberlain: New knowledge renders
a college degree obsolete within a
decade. The need and methods for
"refreshing" the mind are here dis-
cussed.
"theMarch Toward Equality":=Author
Anthony Lewis traces the historical
process which made the 1954 school
segregation decision inevitable.
"Of Roots and Veins: A Testament"
by Leonard Baskin: An autobiographi-
cal essay on the sculptor's early life,
and on his ideals.
PLUS AN ATLANTIC EXTRA: "Cuba's
Fumbling Marxism: An Eyewitness Ac-
count" by- James Cameron: What
Havana is like today; how the Cuban
people have reacted to Marx-
ism, their true feelings toward
the Americans.

We believe we offer the
finest temporar.y office
positions; the best pos-
sible rates; and the iarg-
est selection of positions.
Come in this week and
register.

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We urgently need

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GO BOONE! Next stop, 18. F-5
League BaLLrOOm, 7:30 p.m. F-24

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