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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1964

TlIE MIEHIGAN DAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

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PERSONAL
DEBBY DEBIT AND CHARLEY CREDIT
will be balanced out and totaled at
the Bus. Ad. Open-Open, 4-6 P.M.
Saturday. Fl
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RIDE WANTED to and from Ithaca,
New York, leaving on Oct. 30 and re-
turning Sunday, Nov. 1. Call Jeff at
662-4589. F12
THE HILL Terrace boys are giving an-
other small party. This time it will
be done in a canoe. All invited. F7
AL S''IN DAMONi) - "Where marginal
' prices buy qg1sltty diamnonds!" 120s9
S. University. 663-7151. F
GIRLS, want to meet asuccessful busi-
nessman? Billy Sol will be at the
Bus. Ad. Open-Open, 4-6 Saturday. F2
1 WELCOME Hunt House MOMS. Hope
you have a good time. F9
WArE' UP SERVI('E - Have your
phone ring at any designated time -
day or night - LOW RATES. DON'P
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK -
AGAIN. TlEIEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE 665-8871 (24 hours F42
TONIGHT at Hillel at 7, "The Rockwell
Evening in Retrospect." All welcome.
1429 Hill St. F4
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
ests and whose ideals are congenial
with their own. Interviews by ap-
pointmenzt.Phone NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIF1C
INTRODUCTION SERVICE

PERSONAL
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
WANTED DESPERATELY, Ticket to
Purdue Game. Call Alan, 665-8124.
THE BIG, BIG, BIG day .is coming.
Hope things will really POP on Oct.
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YES! YES! YES!
Every Tuesday starting Oct. 20,
Washboard Willey in the Schwabln,
215 -. Ashley. 35
DIABETIC SUPPLIES
availabe at:
The VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 So. University
Tickets wanted for Minnesota game,
will pay good price. Call Harry 662-1
311. F15
ART STUDENTS
Free exhibition. max. security 24 hrs,
$30 in prizes. DIAG ART FAIR runsI
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
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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
LOST AND FOUND

ROOM AND BOARD - TRANSPORTATION
LOTS OF ROOM in the Daily Classifieds TRANSPORTATION to and from the
for your ad. E Daily is cheap - so is a classified ad.
N41
BOARD AT CO-OPS!
4 vacancies at Nakamura, t1? S. State Need ride to Pittsburgh this weekend.
2 vacancies at Lester, 900 Oakland Round trip. Judy - 764-0755. G23
Call 668-6872. El5 RIDERS WANTED to MSU this week-
end. Leave after 3 on Friday, return
MUSICAL. MDSE., Sunday afternoon. Phone 662-2355.
RADIOS. REPAIRS -jG24
A-1 New and Used Instruments BIKES AND SCOOTERS

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BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
___ BE SURE TOi WATCHj

Forced to SACRIFICE 1963 650 ccBSA
for .best offer, Runs well. Needs work. !
Getting married. 665-2789. Z4?
'63 AIJSTATE 125 cc cycle, $330. Gall,
Ike Evans at NO 2-8644. Z19

Professional football and the Elec- -- ------ -- --_..
tion Campaign on a NEJAC-TV est. '64 YAMAHA .250 cc, 5-sp. $600. Call
Rent a 19 in. GE Portable for only Hank, 761-1886. Z46I
$10.00 a month. Call NEJAC TV ------------ - _ __
Rentals, 662-5671, ' 58 VESPA. $100. 662-772.7 Z45
CAR SERVICEACCESSORIES YOU MEET' THE NIC"EST PEOPLE on
a HON1)A! Join the fun at HONDA
of Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
RENT A 1"I Ir Il 9281. Z-2

tXLIC1 1 r' I KV\,l..J 1I
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd:, Ypsilanti, Mich.
665-6875 or HU 2-4434 S1
Ali 0 MATN'iENANCE and accessories?
Advertise through the D)aily Classi-
fieris. S
-- BUSINESS SERVICES
LIKE GOOD MUSIC? Call the Esquires,
established band, new to this area.
665-4691. J9

SEE IT NOW - the '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new nil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
i 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

TH SUCH lovely weather lately LOST-U of M class ring, 1963 BBA,
It'd be t do bad if c ginitials RJD. Cail Bob, 764-9031. RE-
It doesn't match her Saturday. _WARD. A40
St. George F49 REWARD-Black coat, bright red lin-
FIORELLO SUPPORTS HOME-COOKED 38.Saks label. Size about 38. A
MEALS! Support Fiorello!! F50 5-3LE8myA37
____________--_ _ __- WHOEVER STOLE nmy flag please re=
RUBBERIZED RAIN PARKAS turn it to my office at once.
Now in Stock -W.H. A39
Navy-denim, Red, Black, Yellow, __..
and o.d.-$5 REWARD for finder of large 5 mo. old,
Available at the: i dark Tiger and white male kitten
BUD-MOR AGENCY 4ho answers to the name of Fred.
1103 S. University 6292.A41

wct, 1CCr tx, a
TYPING-Offset and wake-up service.
HU 2-0191. Jg HONDA of Ann Arbor
H P A T1906 Packard Rd
HELP WANTED 665-9281
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REGISTERED NURSE for . supervisory _ _ __
position' in a 102-bed convalescent REAL ESTATE
home near AA. Apt, available if de _________
sired. Write or call Whitehall Con- pROPERTY bought and sold through
valescent Home, 3370 Morgan Rd., the Ilaily Classifieds! R
Ypsilanti, 663-1733. H10 ~
AGENTS NEEDED ALTERATIONS
Opportunity to make real profits sell- ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING.
ing POLAR COMFORT SEATS. Keeps62-04P
you warm at Football Games. No fuel 662-3014 P2
or chemicals-blocks out cold and -- -- _ _
moisture. Write for details or send ALTERATIONS
$1.95 for postpaid sample. R. R. How- Call 663-5737
ard Sales, 20 N. Meridian St., India-'
napolis, Ind. H4-
MALE HELP WANTED - busboys must CHL ! e d
be 18 yrs. old. Phone 665-3636, ask for CHANGES easily made when adivertisedI
managyrs. Wbers Inc.- ,k8 thru the Daily Classifieds. P
.manage,_WebesInc.H38 ______________ - I _
Boy or Girl part time 2 nights a week M1ISC EL LA N EOUS
8:10-1 a.m. or 10-2 a.m. Apply in per--
son after 1 p.m. Drakes Sandwich You'll like VICTOR BORGE and you'll
Shop._ like RALPH too.
FOR MALE STUDENTS-PARTTIME Drop in and see him now at

(Above Wikel Drugs)

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WHAT'S GREEN and has the longest
span in the world? - The Mackinac
Brussel-sprout.
Butler-Winchell F3
BIG DEAL!
So you drink, smoke, and knock the
S.G.C. ,You're still out to lunch if
you don't know Emma Lou Bates'
birthday is Oct. 17! Happy Birthday
Emma Lou!! F2
LITTLE WHAT? F40
Del Blessinger - you ARE the greatest.
F50

Lost-brown cordoroy purse betwy.
Markley & UGLI. Contains ID, glass-
es, football tickets. Reward. 764-8785.
A38
FOR SALE
SUPER SPEED Graphic 4x5 press
Camera with rollback, Polaroid back,
holders, case, flash, aces., tripod.
Brand new. $450 or Nikon trade. Call
Dave, 668-9751. B41
AUDIOPHILES!!
Two Electrovoice "Princess" bookshelf
speakers for sale. Range to 15000cps.
$75 complete. Call HU 2-5698 after 5
p.m. B43

LEwT'S GO BLUE and make the BUBBY -_ __________
HOUSE party a big Victory party. All Harmon Kardon 50 watt stereo amp
friends and alumnis of B.H. are en- and matching multiplex im tuner.
couraged to attend this first real big Garrard "A" changer Electro-voice
get-together this fall, Go -BLUE! F5 "Marquis" enclosures with 12" Vita-
.___ _vox DU 120 coaxial speakers. 1 year
MEMO TO: U-M students. THE warranty. ADC-2 cartridge with dia-
SMOTHERS BROTHES invite you to mond stylus-highest offer, 761-2195,
attend their concert in Flint Wed., Jerry. B44
Nov. 11, or Lansing Thurs., Nov. 12. -
Mail orders now beingnaccepted at USED CARS
the IMA Aud. Flint, and the Civic -.---__- -__
Center, Lansing. Prices: $2.50, 3.00, 1955 VW, R & H, good cond. Call 665-
3.50, 4.00. Fl1 0362. N4
PERSONAL ads must be PREPAID. '61 LANCER, 4-door. Clean, no rust,
F10 low mileage, all extras (incl. trans.
---__. __ __-.__ ___.. rad.). $850. Call Don, 665-5212 before "
PASTEL BLUE Volkswagens, Ramblers 5:30; 665-3147 after. N40
with pillows. Honda 80's with room ' .--- ..--. ..--- - -__
for a girl hanging on in the back,'57 VW, good cond., best offer. Call
Canadian Buicks lacking a transmis- 665-0069. N46
sian, and a seemingly motorized ar- -- - ----- - '
chitect. Automation is taking over '58 Chevy Biscayne. Dependable trans-
B.H.!l!lF6 portation. NO 5-6885.. N3
ARTISTS - CRAFTSMENwk FOR RENT
Interested in, selling your own work. ---- ----- ---- --- ------
THE LANTERN. 417 Detroit St., 761- 2 GIRLS NEEDED to share 3.-girl att.racE
0707. F91 tive apt., 1 mile from campus. Call
._7..__ Cafter 6 p.m., 668-6828 or 662-8337. C4l
LITTLE LE MANS! F41 -- ---_____
-- _.__ _ _ _ Luxurious, 2. bedrm, unfurn. apt. avail.
One HOMECOMING FOOTBALL TICK- immediately. $170/mo. Apt, Limited,
ET wanted. Call Suzi 2-7988. F39 3-0511. C13
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RESTAURANTj

If you wish to earn from $50-$120/wk.
for this semester and have a car,
call Mr. Foster at 668-6808.
H6!
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mo., 9-4; Fri., 1-7.
18-21 yrs. old need parent's. permis-j
sion. Detroit Blood Service, 5 North
Hamilton, Ypsilanti, Mich. H293
Lazy researcher needs alert, hard-
working research assistant. Work on!
relations be t we en language &
thought, lang. & behavior. Write c/c '
Mich. Daily, Box 6, 420 Maynard St.
H7i
WANTED-GRADUATE WOMAN STU-f
DENT TO BE IN HOME NIGHTS'
WITH ELDERLY WOMAN. FREE
ROOM. PHONE 663-4660. H9

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RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night 'til 12

WANTED TO BUY
5 TICKET~S wanted for evening per-
formance of "Uncle Vanya," Jan. 30,
1965. Call 662-8454. K7
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Your7
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Today

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apart? Find a new one through the
Michigan Daily Classifieds. V
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Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
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Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
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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
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

"at this price"
2.50 mono and stereo
Sigzi f ican / recordings at 'sen dIsite
, p rices without Co ina ro m isiug quality.
Each NONESUCH record
enzjoys the most advanced engineering
techniqaces, a pure virgin vinyl
sur f ace, unusual covers o f artistic.
m ~erit and comaprehe-sive notes. A
new concept in. f ine recordings
f romi the p rodirccis o f ELEKT RA RECORDS.
CLAUDE LE JEUNE: CHANTS DE LA RENAISSANCE
-The Jean-Paul Kreder Ensemble
THE BAROQUE TRUMPET - Cllegium Musicumn of
Paris, Society for Old Instruments, Versailles Cham-
ber Orchestra, Vogue Orchestra. Works by Corelli,
Haydn, Purcell, Stolzel, Fux, Lully, and others.
HANDEL: THE DETTINGEN TE DEUM - Telemann
Society Chorus & Orch. Richard Schulze, conductor.
AN 18TH CENTURY CONCERT WITH THE LONDON
HARPSICHORD ENSEMBLE - Works of Vivaldi,
Telemann, Bach and Quantz
TOMASO ALBINONI-The Sinfonia Instrument Ensem-
ble under the direction of Jean Witold.
HINDEMITH: STRING QUARTET NO. 1 IN F MINOR
MALIPIERO: RISPETTI E STRAMBOTTI FOR
STRING QUARTET-Stuyvesant String Quartet
RAVEL: STRING QUARTET IN F MAJOR/DEBUSSY:
STRING QUARTET IN G MINOR, Op. 10-Stuyve-
sant String Quartet
BACH : "COFFEE" CANTATA - Soloists, Chorus &
Chamber Orch. of Radio Berlin. Helmut Koch, con-
ductor. "'PEASANT"° CANTATA - Kammerchar
Saarlouis, Orch. of the Saare. Karl Ristenpart, con-
ductor.
SYMPHONIES AND FANFARES FOR THE KING'S SUP-
PER-Collegium Musicum of Paris. Roland Douatte,
conductor. Works by Mouret, Francois Couperin,
Lilly and others.
FRENCH AND ITALIAN SONG OF THE 15TH CEN-
TURY-La Societe de Musique d'Autrefois
BACH: MAGNIFICAT IN D - Soloists: Teresa Stich-
Randall, Bianca Maria Casoni, Pietro attozzo.
Herbert Schmolzi, conductor. CANTATA N. 51
-Chamber Orchestra of the Sarre; Teresa Stich-
Randall, soloist.
COURT AND CEREMONIAL MUSIC OF THE EARLY
' 16TH CENTURY-The Roger Blanchard Ensemble
with the Poulteau Consort
HANDEL: FOUR CONCERTOS WITH OBOE AND
STRING ORCHESTRA - Orchestra of the Cento
Soli under the direction of Anthony Bernard, fea-
turing Robert Casier, oboe.
THE LEGACY OF THE MANNHEIM SCHOOL: STA-
MITZ, WANHAL and WINTER-Chamber Orches-
tra of the Sarre under the direction of Karl Risten-
part.
HAYDN: SYMPHONY NO. 6 tMORNING) / SYM-
PHONY N. 7 ( NOON) ' SYMPHONY NO. 8
(EVENING) -Chamber Orchestra of the Sarre un-
der .the direction of Karl Ristenpart.
MUSIC FROM THE CHAPEL OF PHILIP II OF SPAIN /
Works for Chorus and Organ-The .Roger Blanc-
hard Ensemble, Pierre Froidebise at the grand organ
of the Church Saint-Laurent d'Alkmaar. Release
date: June '64.
STOLZEL: CONCERTO GROSSO ,i TELEMANN: CON-
.CERTO FOR THREE TRUMPETS / SUITE IN A
MINOR-Chamber Orchestra of Versailles, Bernard
Wahl, conductor. Release date: June '64.
VIVALDI: CONCERTO FOR TWO HORNS /GUITAR
CONCERTI!;SUITE FROM "IL PASTOR FDO"-
Collegium Musicum of Paris. Roland Douatte, con-
ductor. Release date: June 64.
BACH: FOUR CONCERTOS FOR HARPSICHORD AND
ORCHESTRA-Chamber Orchestra of the Sarre un-
der the direction of K~arl Ristenpart. Release date:
June '64.
FRENCH ORGAN MASTERPIECES OF THE 17TH AND
18TH CENTURIES-Pierre Froidebise at the ,great
organ of the Church Saint-Laurent d'Alkmaar. Re-
lease date: June '64.
MONTEVERDI: MADRIGALS - Nuovo Madrigaletto
Italianoi under the direction of Emilo Giani
ANTONIO VIVALDI: 2 CONCERTI FOR PICCOLO
AND ORCHESTRA /' 3 CONCERTI FOR VIOLIN
AND ORCHESTRA - Chamber Orchestra of 'the

Sarre conducted by Karl Ristenpart
JEAN-PHILLIPE RAMEAU: LA GUIRLANDE (THE
ENCHANTED FLOWERS)-A Pastoral Ballet with
Vocal Music, Soloists and Chorus, Versailles Cham-
ber Orchestra.
HAYDN: CONCERTO FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA
IN C MAJOR / SINFONIA CONCERTANTE FOR
VIOLIN, CELLO, OBOE, BASSOON AND ORCHES-
TRA / NOCTURNE IN C MAJOR / NOCTURNE IN
G MAJOR-Chamber Orchestra of the Sarre con-
ducted by Karl Ristenpart
BEETHOVEN: TRIO IN C MAJOR, OPUS 87 /SEXTET
IN E FLAT MAJOR, OPUS 71 - Various Wind
Soloists
O GREAT MYSTERY (UNACCOMPANIED CHORAL
MUSIC OF THE 16TH AND 17TH CENTURIES)
--The Canby Singers
HENRY PURCELL: SONATA FOR TRUMPET AND
STRINGS / THE VIRTUOUS WIFE / THE GORDIAN
KNOT UNTIED / PIECES FOR HARPSICHORD.-
Soloists and Rhennish Chamber Orchestra of Co-
logne under the direction of Gunter Kehr
MOZART: CONCERTO FOR TWO PIANOS AND OR-
CHESTRA IN E FLAT MAJOR K. 365 / CON-

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SAMUEL BARBER:
PIANO CONCERTO
JOHN BROWNING, PIANIST
GEORGE SZELL
THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
COUPLED WITH
WILLIAM SCHUMAN: A SONG OF ORPHEUS
LEONARD ROSE, CELLIST
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