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THURSTIAY, UCTOIiER 15, 1964.

THE 1fIICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEME

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PERSONAL PERSONAL
RIDE WANTED to and from Ithaca,
New York, leaving on Oct. 30 and re- Mee t the R i ght Person
:. turning S3unday, Nov. 1. Call Jeff at.
662-4589. Fit The purpose of our organization, using
_2-4_ _ F2__ established techniques of personality
AUST' DIAMOD - "Where marginal appraisal and an IBM system, is to
Ui'es buy quality "Wamhetlrl" mrgin introduce unmarried persons to others
prices buy quality diamonds! F 1209 with compatible backgrounds, inter-
_. University 663-7151. F ests and whose ideals are congenial
'~ ' A with their own. Interviews by ap-
ER~TTE91? THAN 1T4R:. EL . Thp first (-'---_-. , -_ .. ....

~.L r'a~t'EF 1 N W+ - *'1'-" t pointmenit. Phone NO 2-4867.
issue of Generation. Stories, poems,! MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
art and photography. F6
Y - - ----- INTRODUCTION SERVICE
INSTANT CULTUREt ----.. --------____
Just read GENERATION-The Inter- WE PUBLISH WINNERS!
Arts Magazine. Autumn issue Con- GENERATION WRITERS walked off
tains 60 pages of stories, poems, art. with over $8000 at last year's HOP.
On sale on campus Tuesday. F8 WOOD AWARDS.
- - . CHECK OUT OUR AUTUMN ISSUE
WAKE UP SERVICE - Have your -who knows, maybe we've gone and
phone ring at any designated tite -,~ published same mare?
day or night - LOW RATES. ION'T ON SALE TUESDAY
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK P7
AGAIN. TELEPHONE ANSWERING '___________
Z8 VICE 665-8871 (24 hours) F42 RUBBERIZED RAIN PARKAS
GENERATION, the University inter-arts Now in Stock
magazine, presents issue number one Navy-denin, Red, Black, Yellow,
-TUESDAY. Four stories; poems by ,-and o.d.-$5
Lynn Knight, David Rosenberg, Jerry Available at the:
Badanes, Patricia Hooper. Long trans- BID-MOR AGENCY
lation by Konstantinos Lardas. PLUS: 1103 S. University
8 page photo sequence by Robert (Above Wikel Drugs) F14
Golden. Forty cents the copy. F5
BIG DEAL!
"Why I Joined the John Birch Society"
-a talk by Reed Benson, son of Ezra So you drink, smoke, and knock the
Taft Benson. Statler-Hilton, Detroit, S.G.C. You're still out to lunch if
Fri., Oct. 16, 8 p.m. Students-$1. you don't know Emma Lou Bates'
Call NO 8-7015 for tickets and rides. birthday is Oct. 17! Happy Birthday
F27 Emma Lou!! F2
_._._ _.:_ _. _-___ . _ _.

PERSONAL
Del Blessinger - you ARE the greatest.
F50
MEMO TO: U-M students. THE
SMOTHERS BROTHES invite you to
attend their concert in Flint Wed.,
Nov. 11, or Lansing Thurs., Nov. 12.
Mail orders now being accepted at
the IMA Aud. Flint, and the Civic
Center, Lansing. Prices: $2.50, 3.00,
3.50, 4.00. F11
PERSONAL ads must be PREPAID.
FlO
ARTISTS - CRAFTSMEN
Interested in selling your own work.
THE LANTERN. 417 Detroit St., 761-
0707. F9
DIAMONDS exquisitely set in white
gold. Engagement and wedding ring
set with .43 center stone (round) and
five marquise. All stones flawless.
For-info call 662-6294. F5
WONDERFUL! F40
WANTED DESPERATELY, Ticket to
Purdue Game. Call Alan, 665-8124.
YES! YES! YES!
Every Tuesday starting Oct. 20,
Washboard Willey in the Schwabin,
215 S. Ashley. F35
Tickets wanted for Minnesota game,
will pay good price. Call Harry 662-
3191. F15
ART STUDENTS

RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Mich.
665-6875 or HU 2-4434

AUTO MAINTENANCE and accessories?
Advertise through the Daily Classi-
fieds. B
BUSINESS SERYiCES
LIKE GOOD MUSIC? Call the Esquires,
established band, new to this area.
665-4691 J9
Biology tutoring-college grad. 5 se--
mesters as lab, assistant. Experienced.
Call 665-4289 after 5. J16
TYPING-Offset and wake-up service.
HU 2-0191. J5
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them iike
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
665-8184
YOUR NUMBER FOR QUICK, ACCU-
RATE AND EXPERIENCED manu-
script and thesis typing, transcrip-
tion - medical, legal and technical
conferences; mimeographing; offset;
ditto; lithography; varityping and
composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine Street
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
located at 240 Nickels Arcade
Rapid Frame Replacement
Doctors prescriptions filled
NO 2-9116 9-5:30; at. 9-2J
tJ
FOR RENT
2 GIRLS NEEDED to share 3-girl attrac-
tive apt., 1 mile from campus. Call
after 6 p.m., 668-6828 or 662-8337. C4
Luxurious, 2 bedrm, unfurn. apt. avail.
immediately. $170/mo. Apt. Limited,
3-0511. C13
BARGAIN CORNER

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

51

HELP WANTED
CREDIT OFFICE in need of woman.
Experienced in credit application,
credit granting, and collection pro-
cedures preferred. Immediate opening.
Apply Daniel's Jewelry Co., 201 S.
Main. H3
AGENTS NEEDED
Opportunity to make real profits sell-
ing POLAR COMFORT SEATS. Keeps
you warm at Football Games. No fuel
or chemicals-blocks out cold and
moisture. Write for details or send
$1.95 for postpaid sample. R. R. How-
ard Sales, 20 N. Meridian St., India-
napolis, Ind. H4
MALE HELP WANTED - busboys must
be 18 yrs. old. Phone 665-3636, ask for
manager, Webers Inc. H38
Boy or Girl part time 2 nights a week
8:10-1 a.m. or 10-2 a.m. Apply in per-
son after 1 p.m. Drakes Sandwich
Shop. H5
FOR MALE STUDENTS-PARTTIME
If you wish to earn from $50-$120/wk.
for this semester and have a car,
call Mr. Foster at 668-6808.
H6
STEADY PART-TIME
Men with cars - $50 weekly, sales
promotion for division of Alcoa. Call
5-7 p.m. only, for interview. 662-
3732. H13

FOR SALE
SUPER SPEED Graphic 4x5 press
Camera with rollback, Polaroid back,
holders, case, flash, accs., tripod.
Brand new. $450 or Nikon trade. Call
Dave, 668-9751. B41
RCA Portable 14" TV, recondit. with 1
yr. guarantee. 662-2366. B42
AUDIOPHILES!?
Two Electovoice "Princess' bookshelf
speakers for sale. Range to 15000cps.
$75 complete. Call HU 2-5698. B43
Harmon Kardon 50 watt stereo amp
and matching multiplex fm tuner.
Garrard "A" changer Electro-voice
"Marquis" enclosures with 12" Vita-
vox DU 120 coaxial speakers. 1 year
warranty. ADC-2 cartridge with dia-
mond stylus-highest offer, 761-2195,
Jerry. B44
USED CARS
1957 CADILLAC hardtop. Very good
cond. Complete new exhaust system.
$825. Phone HA 9-7039. N44
'61 LANCER, 4-door. Clean, no rust,
low mileage, all extras (incl. trans.
rad.). $850. Cal Don, 665-5212 before
5:30; 665-3147 after. N40
'57 VW, good cond., best offer. Call
665-0069. N46
'58 Chevy Biscayne. Dependable trans-
portation. NO 5-6885. N3
ROOM AND BOARD
BABY-SITTER - Room & Board in ex-
change for babysitting afternoons
and some evenings. If live out, will
pay salary. Call 665-8277. E-Z
LOTS OF ROOM in the Daily Classifieds
for your ad. E
BOARD AT CO-OPS!I
4 vacancies at Nakamura, 817 $. State
2 vacancies at Lester, 900 Oakland
Call 668-6872. E15
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION to and from the
Daily is cheap - so is a classified ad.
N41
ECON-O-CA R
RENT A COMPACT CAR
$3.99
per 12 hr. period plus
pennies per mile
ECON-O-CAR of
ANN ARBOR

341 E. Huron

663-2033

Need ride to Pittsburgh this weekend.
Round trip. Judy - 764-0755. G23
RIDERS WANTED to MSU this week-
end. Leave after 3 on Friday,. return
Sunday afternoon. Phone 662-2355.
124
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'63 AILSTATE 125 cc cyule, $330. Call
Ike Evans at NO 2.8644. Z14
YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPIE on
a HONI)A! Join the fun at HONDA
of Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
9281. Z-2
SEE IT NOW - the '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
224 S. First
CONCOURS MOTORCYCLES
2 rare sport models
BSA Gold Star Clubman Roadracer,
500cc, 2,000 mi, 42hp, $1095
BMW, R68 special, 590cc, 35hp, 19"
wheels, Tele-Forks, $895
HONDA of Ann Arbor
1906 Packard Rd
665-9281

REAL ESTATE
PROPERTY bought and sold through
the Daily Classifieds!
ALTERATIONS
ALTERATIONS
Call 663-5737
Fl
HELP!
CHANGES easily made when advertised
thru the Daily Classifieds. P
MISCELLANEOUS
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 2-2??3. MdI
Stay up watching the late, late movie?
Ralph's has tasty T.V. snacks.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night til 12
NEW CARS
IS YOUR OLD CAR finally faling
apart? Find a new one through the
Michigan Daily Classifieds. V
Driver Testing
Center
at the
Michigan Union,
Room 3-X,
TODAY

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Free exhibition, max. security 24 hrs,
$30 in prizes. DIAG ART FAIR runs
Mon., 19th, through Wed., 21st. Call
NO 3-0118 or 764-1805. F29
GIRLS!
Michigan Society for Lonely Dish-
washers is now granting interviews.
Call Ringo, 662-3484. F12'
LITTLE!
P36
GET them while they're hot at theI
Bus. Ad. Open-Open, 4-6 p.m. Satur-
day. F30;
EVEN BAD WEATHER will not stOP the
Invictas from doing "The Dark Moon
is Rising" at the Bus. Ad. Open-Open,
4-6 p.m., Saturday. F31
Vice in defense of
Brussel-sprouts is no extremism.
Butler-WinchellI
F32
"The Rockwell Evening in Retrospect"
at Hillel Sabbath Service. Fri., Oct.
16, 7 p.m. Prof. Paul Ilie and Dr.(
Herman Jacobs. All Welcome. F33k
Get on the FIORELLO BANDWAGON!!
VOTE FIORELLO in NOVEMBER I
F34I
Don't miss. the life and loves of L.
(the kink) Schwabbes. We did. F35
LITTLE WHAT?
F37
COOL IT THIS SPRING with your
WHITMORE LAKE apt., 1 man,j
$75/mo. 15 min. to campus. 449-2918.
_F38 i
We would like the opportunity to in-
clude YOU among our many SATIS-
PIED CUSTOMERS. Stop in soon.
THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
I112 So. University Open 9-9 '
F
One HOMECOMING FOOTBALL TICK-
ET wanted. Call Suzi 2-7988. F39
HELP GEORGE DO IT! F44
HELP GEORGE (who?) DO WHAT?
F45
HELP GOV. GEORGE ROMNEY get re-
elected so he can keep Michigan on
the move. (paid ad). F46
HOW CAN I HELP GEORGE?
F47
JOIN STUDENTS FOR ROMNEY!
Thurs., Oct. 15, Michigan Union, 7:30
p.m. F48
1963 Austin Healy 3000 Mark II. Sports
convert., black with red interior,
over-drive, roll-up, windows, tonneau
cover, wh-walls, wire wheels. HA 6-8831
after 5. F47
Bob Dylan is drinking in Detroit Sat-
urday, two need ride, will bring the
wine. Call NO 2-7759 or 764-9658. F20
WANTED TO BUY
5 TICKETS wanted for evening per-
formance of "Uncle Vanya," Jan. 30,
1965. Call 662-8454. K7

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$8 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Fri., 1-7.
18-21 yrs. old need parent's permis-
ai'n. Detroit Blood Service, 5 North
Hamilton, Ypsilanti, Mich. H29
NEED MONEY?
Opportunity for male and female
students living in University Resi-
dence Halls, Fraternities, and Sorori-
ties, $5-$10/wk. Max. 2 hrs. work. If
interested, call 668-6657, 668-6770. H8
Iazy researcher needs alert, hard-
working research assistant. Work on
relatons b e t w e e n language &
thought, lang. & behavior. Write c/o
Mich. Daily, Box 6, 420 Maynard St.
H7

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,,- make
I. ,.mistakes...
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Corrasable is available in light, _
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SAM' S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS--$4.49.
"White," and 5 Colors
Fur "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S STA- PREST PAN I S
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
LEVI'S DRESS PAN I S
Asst'd. Colurs Styles--$4.98 up
S-T-R-E-T-C- H LEVI's
For Gals and Guys
"White" and Colors-$6 98
LEVI'S JACKE IfS
Blue renim-$5.49
"White"-$5.98
L EVI s Dungar ees-$4.49
LEVI's Stipersims-$4.48
Go's LEVI'S "Cut"Of's"
$3.98 and $4.29
Open Mon. & Fri. Nites
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

WANTED-GRADUATE WOMAN STU-
DENT TO BE IN HOME NIGHTS
WITH ELDERLY WOMAN. FREE
ROOM. PHONE 663-4660. H9
LOST AND FOUND
REWARD-Black coat, bright red lin-
ing. Saks label. Size about 38. NO
5-3188. A37
Lost-brown cordoroy purse betw.
Markley & UGLI. Contains ID, glass-
es, football tickets. Reward. 764-8785.
A38
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FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF
PAPERBACK BOOKS
BROWSE OUR MEZZANINE
6000 TITLES-NEW TITLES ADDED DAILY
FOLLETT'S
STATE STREET AT NORTH U.

BE SURE TO WATCH
Professional football and the Elec-
tion Campaign on a NEJAC-TV est.
Rent a 19 in. GE Portable for only
$10.00 a month. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals, 662-5671. X1
GUITARS, ETC.
Make Repair, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Hoots Daily
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 5. STATE -
NO 5-8001
1

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Hours: Mon. and Fri. 12-9 p.m.
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EUROPEAN CARS,
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USED CARS
424 S. Main, Ann Arbor
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w il be i nte rvilew ing in the
Eng in eer ing Placerment Of fice
OCTOBER 20 & 21
f or BS and MS deg ree level
ChE, ME, EE, andliE
Although we are a chemical manufacturing com-
r . .
pa ny, the P & G Engineering Division employs more
ME's than Ch E's -as many EE's as Ch E's!
In fact, we employ ALL kinds of engineers in
developing a nd manufacturing a widely diversified
line that includes soaps and detergents; toilet goods;
food products; paper products; wood pulp; and bleach.
We seek men with both ability and imagination,
interested in solving problems in radically new and
better ways.
You won't be chained to a drawing board; we
give substantial responsibility early. Typical early
assignments might range from design of a $10 mil-
In achinweaed podevLopment of logic circuits
For those who are interested, early opportuni
ties in technical management are available.
We promote only from within, on a merit basis.
ned inso k" ngfpanroter"orationawher a-
ity is more promptly recognized, or where opportunity

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
PIIYSICISTS _
MATHEMATICIAN
Technical representatives
of The MITRE Corporation
will be conducting interviews
on campus
OCTOBER 16, 1964
MITRE is chief technical advisor and systems engineer to the Air
Force Electronic Systems Division of the Air Force Systems
Command. In this capacity, we design and develop such global,
computer-based systems as the NORAD Combat Operations
Center, Back-Up Interceptor Control System, and the Nuclear
Detonation Detection and Reporting System. Other commitments:
development of a future air traffic control system and supporting
the Defense Communications Agency in the development of the
National Military Command System.
For the young systems engineer, this is uniquely rewarding work.
You associate with the top men in your field. You work in an
atmosphere that allows you to extend your capabilities profession-
ally and academically.
At MITRE, men trained in single disciplines are encouraged to
grow beyond their original fields of interest. Systems designers learn
to work from an increasingly broad base.
You may work in such diverse areas as information theory, eom.
puter design, display techniques, propagation, or human engineer-
ing. You may analyze. You may synthesize. You may deal with
systems or individual components. At the highest levels, you may
have to consider political, economic and social factors ... as well as
the available and predictable technology.
Requirements: M.S., or Ph.D. in these disciplines-electronics,
physics, mathematics. MITRE is located in pleasant, suburban
Boston and also has facilities in Washington, D. C. and Colorado
Springs. If an interview will be inconvenient, inquiries may be
directed in confidence to Vice President - Technical Operations,
The MITRE Corporation, Box 208, Dept. CNA, Bedford, Mass.
ARRANGE FOR AN INTERVIEW THROUGH THE PLACEMENT OFFICIO
ITRE
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