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14 s, ,:x':THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fo% r Direct Classified Ad Service,- Phon 74-55 BLL
f rom 1:00 :to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday and 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. Saturday~o
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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

v FOR RENT
GARAGE, covered and open parking
available near campus. 662-7787. .C28
FOR RENT: space in the Daily Clasi.-
fled, section -- Iall sublet - 9 month
lease - cheap IC
SPACIOUS 2 rM. efficiency. $83. Near
hospitals and Rackham. 6863-9543. C30
TRANSPORTATION to and from the
Daily is cheap - so is a classified ad.
C
FURN. 4 RM: APT. Clean, roomy, water
and heat furn. Phone 662-8122. 029
3RD ROOMMATE WANTED - Luxury
apt. near. .campus. $65/mo., utilities
.iCl. 731' Packard, Apt. 206A. . 07
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE. Share
ice h1oile nar cap s wtithretired
professr in exchange kol cooking his
diet me'als. Call 453-3686. 0-24
3RD MALE ROOMMATE wanited. New
luxurious. apt. $60/mo. 715 Church,
At. 6. Call 761-1185. C31.
4TH GIRL ANTED for modern apt.
Clse ;to"Cai pu. Call 665-27,after
5 p m. 0-25
3 ITRLS NEED 4th for modern uxry
Afpt.,'852.50/mo. 917 Packard Apt. 9-
Go to see. 0-21
ROOMMATE WANTED; need girl to
share new, modern apt. $90 per mo.
inc. utilities. Near campus. 731 Pack-
call 665-3490, if no answer, 665-2292."
026
BEAUTIFUL. unfurn. 2-bdrm. apt. (1st
floor), stove & refrig., auto washer
& d'iryer. Lication .721 W. Washing-:
tan. Prefer married couple r girls.
Call NO 2-5215 for dppointment 12
& 4 p.m. 1-yr. lease or move.- - 032
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
ZUNDAPP OYCLE-250 Cuper Sabre..
4-speed, Syncro. Call 662-0705. Z20
'63 ALLSTATE 125 cc cycle, $330. Call
* Ike Evans at NO 2-8644, 214
SCOOTER, like new. $140. OL 3-7226.
'21
BSA 250cc, blue - tan, 2900 m., excel.'
cond,, 65 MPG. $535. Call NO 5-8679.
HONDA-250 cc. $525. Call Tony, at
449-2205 or 764-2560. Z22
YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE on
a HONDA I Join the fun at HONDA
of Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
, 281. Z-2
BEE IT NOW -- the '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No mare, fuss or muss.
N1ADHOLSON &OTOR SALES
. 224 5. First"
MOTORBIKE. $100. Call 668-9593 before
'8 p-m. Z-9
'60 dSA Rocket. New engine & paint.
NO 8.0792. .Z19
MISCELLANEOUS>
UNPAINTED
FURENITURE 9
Be your own decorator! Chets, bok-
cases, fdsks, bars, a~dmany. other1
items ready for your brush. Bargain
prices!! Michigan Woodcraft Co. 113
S. Fourth. NO 2-2773. Ml
There once was a man named Ralph1
* Who had many good things on his ,
shaph..
Stringbeans and fishes
All the makings of dislesl
It pays you to go see yoursalph' -
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
open every night til 12 and how did
you like the poem?
ALTERATIONS
CHANGEi easily made when advertised3
thro the Daily Classifieds. '" F

USED CARS
1959 CORVETTE. Both tops. Like new
inside and out. $1995. 107 Marshall
St., Jackson. ST 3-1095. N33
1958 TRIUMPH-TR 3, good cond. 764-
9614 or 761-1654. N22
USED CARS: Can be sold easily and
quickly through the Daily Classifieds.
Try. N
1957 VW, excel, cond. Call 663-1100. N34
ALPHA-ROMEO, 1962, 2 liter ?T. Must
sell, leaving country. Perfect cond.
Reasonable. 663-3967. N23
1960 VW SEDAN, 1 owner, red, Best
offer. Call 662-2866. N36
1956 FORD, good condition. $150. Call
668-8178. N24
1959 RENAULT DAUPHINE only 38,000
miles. Goodcond. Reasonably priced.
.Call 662-1725. N13
'59 MG. TONEAU radio, wire wheels,
low mileage. Call NO 2-0854. N-5
VW 1963 sedan.glean, in good cond.
x /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
'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
MG-TD, Blue, excel. cond. Call 761-
0754. N-20

PERSONAL
IN AN impersonal, purposeless culture
how cani one find direction? Try
the University Reformed Church
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. or 7 p m. F35
BOB DYLAN
8:30 P.M.
Saturday, Sept. 19
BOB DYLAN is coming and tickets
are going fast. Get yours today at
Disc Shop, 1210 S. U., or Discount
Records, 300 S. State. F17
The IN-group is at the AEP house,
come and see it; you won't believe it.
F27
AUSTIN DIAMOND - "Where marginal
prices buy quality diamonds" 1209
S. University. 863-7151. F
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
TICKETS to Michigan State game
needed-will pay reasonable amount.
Call 764-1805 after 5 p.m. F16
RIDES NEEDED for any week-end from
September 15 on to Philadelphia,
Pittsburg, or New Jersey area. Call
764-1805 after 5 - most urgent. F-6
NOW THAT rush has started, find out
what. it's ,really like in the new is-
sue of the GARGOYLE, On sale all
over campus on Wednesday .
and only 25c. F28
4 VOLUMES OF POETRY
. ~FOR FIVE
FOR FIVE DOLLARS ?
Well, it's true. The Generation New
Pot Seies issill avalable to stu-
dents of the University for $5. Four
volumes by Lardas, Stevenson, Bron-
son & Willard -hardcover on qual-
ity paper.' Frms avalabe at CEN-
TICORE MODERN POETRY, S. Uni-
versity at Washtetnaw. F-4
Found: The Michigan Daily. Lost:
Classified Advertisers. Contribute:
Your ads to the Daily Classified Sec-
tion. F
JOHN BINKLEY does not realy love his
,missing balpont pen. He's ust
afraid he'll flunk his exams. And he
takes out that irrational fear on com-
pletely innocent people. JOHN BINK-
LEY IS A MEANIE. F37
PUT A little fun in your life-read the
GARGOYLE , . . and then go out
and get drunk. On sale all over
campus on Sept. 16 . . so P-Bell,
prepare thyself! F6
Get wth it, go IN. F38
ZOOM!
That was a bike or scooter being sold
through the Michigan Daily Classi-
fled ads. F-7
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
WE PUBLISI '0UNfNOWNS"
You may not have been born with
an end tag like Salinger, O'Hara, or
Joyce, but if youre any good-we'll
publish you. Manuscripts may be
left with the editors at the Hopwood
Teas, Thursday afternoon in Angell
Hall, from 3-5, or at the Generation
Office, 420 ,Maynard - just behind
..State St. F33
PUT MUSIC in your life, bells on your
toes, recordsin your howe, etc., etc.1
through Michigan Daily Classified
ads. F-8
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. i-1
WRITERS
ARTISTS'
. Generation, the University inter-arts
magazine, is nowaccepting for pub-
'licatio i it next four issues-short"
stories, poetry, essays and creative
work in the arts. .'
Manuscripts may be given to the
editors in the Hopwood Room, Thurs-
day afternoons from 3-5 or left atk
the Generation Office, 420 Maynard.
F34

PERSONAL
NEW POET
SERI ES
As advertised in the Michigan Daily
and featured September 4th. Charter
(which means you pay only five dol-
bras) Subsrptin 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
READING?
WRITING?
EDITING?
JOIN GENERATION
F-27
DON'T MISS the extra service, extra
consideration while you are in Ann
Arbor. Visit the VILLAGE APOTHE-
CARY whenever you need DRUGS.
F
IT'S THE BLUEST student publication
the GARGOYLE (disguised as an
orientation folder). F20
NEED TUTORING in Spanish? Contact
Joni, 764-4953. F22
DELUXE CHRISTMAS trip to Mexico.
Planned sightseeing or air transpor-
tation only. Contact Joni, 764-4953.
F23
WHOEVER TOOK Suit & Ties from
my car Sun. eve. I will pay well to
get them back. Ph. Earl, GL 3-7647.
F26
BOY-JOURNALIST k
I cannot run the ad you want be-
cause it's a bit partisan, to say the
least. Do you promise that Gold-
-water will lose? ss. F39
NEED A MEAL JOB - lunch and din-
ners? Call 662-6674. F19
RECEIVING A DEGREE?
Your picture belongs in your year-
book |
Make your sitting appointment at
the 'Ensian sales booth on the fag.
Whether you will receive your de-
greein December, in May or in'
August, :you must make a adtting
appointment nowv. Pictures .are .taken
only during September. P14
SYDNEY: It's getting all too .boring
here without you. Pleases hurry back
and liven things up. Ho-hum, we all
miss you. The DAILYites F40
AFECIGGE (af-a-siggy: Americans For
G Emigration to Canada If Goldwater
Gets Elected). 663-9776. F36
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 others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a.m
; NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC f
INTRODUCION SERVICE
MICHIGAN'S .' t-SO-Little "Litf'e'
Magazine y you and yotir ei
gies. Join Nerefation and learn to i)
fight rubber cement 2) fight frus-
trated.artists 3) fight deadlines. We
need ordinary run-of-the-mill gen-
iuses, F-27
MISCELLANEOUS means anything.
Miscellaneous ads are needed to give
the Classifieds a universal quality.
F-
MAKING ITS FIRST APPEARANCE
since the summer - the little blue
orientation folder! Look for it in the
guise:of a GARGOYLE on Septem-
Iber 1. P-48
EVER HEAR of Karsh of Ottawa? Wes-
ron of the Pacific Coast? Zimmer-
man of SI? Become a last namer--
join the Daly photo staff. Call
Keson at 764-0553 afternoons. For
loig distane the Area Code is 313.
BUSINESS SERVICES
AN1 MOTH }OLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 ,Arcade.
TYPING-Offset and wake-up service.
HU 2-019. J5
WE SERVICE BUSINESSES WITH
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. J
SINGING IS GOOD FOR YOU! Les-
son in singing and speaking. Mrs.
Kenneth Westerman. NO 8-6584. J4

HELP WANTED
FREE RM & BOARD in exchange for
babysitting. Call ,662-7491 or 662-24G66
after 6 p.m. H26
COED COOK WANTED in exchange
for dinners. Call 665-2886. H25
PART-TIME SHOE salesman. Exper-
ience required. Carman's, 306 S. State.
H22
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
4 MALE STUDENTS
PART-TIME
If you wish to earn from $50-$120/wk.
for this semester and have a car, call
Mr. Foster at 668-6808. H26
OUR READERS can help us (wonder of
wonders) advertise in the Daily
Classifieds. H
BABYSITTER-Tues. and Thurs., 7:30
a.m.-3:30 p.m. Must have own trans-
portation. 662-3846. H24
YOUNG MAN to assist handicapped girl
into classrooms, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12.
and 2 p.m. $5/week. Call 662-7075.
H14
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RA DIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GlilTARS, AND BONGOS
itental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BE SURE TO ┬░WATCH
Football, the World Series, and the
Election Campaign on a NEJAC TV,
setRENT a 19 in. GE Portable fort
only $10.00 a month. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals. 662-5671. X-i
CLOSING OUT SALE! Guitars, strings,
cases, covers, access. 308 5. State.
Haskauld's String Shop. X3
NEW CARS
IS YOUR .OLD CAR finally falling
apart.? Find a news one through thie
Michigan Daily Classifieds. V
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Men's watch between intersec-
tion of Oxford & Hill & campus. Re-
ward. 662-3256. A9
FOUND - Women's glasses in' the Arb.
Call NO 2-1291 and identify. A-2
BARGAIN CORNER

1963 RENAULT R8,
Excel, cond. Call NO 2-4978.

N-21

1964 AUSTIN HEALEY, Sprite. Only 4
mo. old 3200 'il. Garaged. Extras.
Excel. cond. $1895. 662-7394. N32"
'61 V.W., black. Whitewalls. No rust.1
$925. NO 2-3031. N31
V.W. 1956, very good body, mech. cond.,
new tires. 761-0334. N29
FREPCH PEUGEOT, 403, 1960. 4 door,
sunroof, radio, etc. $595. F610354.
N28
'56 Olds. with skin-cancer. Runs well,
15 mpg., $100. 662-3188. N27
'61 Renault Dauphine. Excel. gas mile-
age, good cond., $350 or best offer.
665-9533. N26
M-G MIDGET. '62 Mint Cond. All ex,
tras. F610933, $1,250. N25
FOR SALE
COIN-COLLECTORS-Must sell part of
my collection-cents 1909-64, Cana-
dian cents, nickels 1913-64, dimes
1916-64, quarters 1917-64, few halves.
Call Mike Zinck, 665-9178. B19
4'x8' POOL TABLE, Top Carrier, 22"-
wide Rototiller and '63 Chevrolet
Convertible. Call 663-0338.
19" WESTINGHOUSE TV, .complete
with swivel stand. $50. Call 665-3368
or 764-2005. B18
READY TO PAINT - Desks, chests,
bookcases, chairs. Lowest prices.
MICHIGAN WOODCRAFT, 113 .S.
Fourth Ave. B3
FOR SALE: Nothing unless you ad-
vertise in the Daily Classifieds. Re-
Ssults guaranteed. B
PORTABLE Smith-Corona, $40; stereo
earphones, $15; Dial 764-0130 after 7
p.m. B-9
MOBILE HOME - 1960 Detroiter, 10x55
ft. 2 bedrooms. $3200. Call NO 2-3976
after 6 p.m. B-11
WANTED TO RENT
WHAT DO YOU WANT to rent? Adver-
tise in fie Daily ClassifiedsI L
3 GIRLS need roomate. Attractive apt.
Only $39. 924 Oakland. 665-6947. L-3

SAMt'S S TORE
}Hs Genuine LEVI's Golore!
LEVI S SLIM-FITS-$4.49
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
' LEVI'S STA-PREST PANT S
Neved Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
LEVI'S DRESS PANTS
Asst'd. Colors-Styles-$4.98 up
-'SaT-R-E-T C-H LEVI's
For Gals and Guys
"White" and Colors-$6.98
LEVI'S JACKETS
Blu e Denim-$5.49
"White"-$5.98
LEVI's Dungarees--$4.49
LEVI's Superslim's--$4.98
Gal's LEVI'S "Cut-Offs"
$3.98 and $4.29
Open Mon. & Fri. Nites
122 E. Washington

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Petitioning will open
M9N DAY, SEPT. 14
and run through
FRIDAY, SEPT. 25-
Petitions rnay be picked
up in room 1541 SAB
from 2-5 p.m.

F

RECEIVING A DEGREE?}
Your Picture belongs in Your Yearbook !E
BUT TIME IS RUNNING OUT!
Pictures are taken only during September.
You must make a sitting appointment
sometime this week if you hope to have
your picture in the 1965 Ivichiganensian.
MAKE SITTING APPOINTMENTS AT
THE 'ENSIAN BOOTH ON THE DIAG.

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