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Psi Fraternity. Call Jim at 761-0281.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for psychologyE
Sign up now for the psychology subjec
$2.50/hr. Call 764-4209 from 9-4.
wanted. Chi 67 PONTIAC GP. A/C, power, excellent sh
45H921 $275. 668-7470 or 665-0724 persistently. 531
experiments. '72 DODGE Sportsman Van. Good condition.
t pool. Earn 4161. Best offer over $800. 82
dA915 side r.v. storage. 663-6443. 290919
PLEASE RETURN contents of brown leather brief OPENING IN A double-bedroom in a house on
'cake taken at University Cellar on 9/11 to occupant, Hill and Packard. 995-1631. o4C914
13030 Fernwood, No. 14A, Ann Arbor, 48104. C.O.D. LEASE IN WEST QUAD double. Female. Available
OK: 83A914 immediatelv.995-3982_Q0
FOUND-Student Football Tickets. Must identify
sec/row/seat. Reply Daily Box 15. dA913
1 ieuaey. wasb. 30C915
PERSON WANTED for large room. Friendly,
cooperative vegetarian house near campus. $155/
month. 995-7526. 73C917
THIRD MALE for 3-bdrm. house, Burns Park area.
Non-smokers. $140/mo. 662-8863. 34C915
SINGLE ROOMS available in Christian household
(females only). $125.00 including all utilities free.
Contact Jim at 665-2757. 24C917
Newly-carpeted 2-bedroom apartment in unique
older house. Suitable for 3-4 persons. Campus
Rentals, Ltd., 1335S. University, 665-8825. 26C914
SHY, HANDSOME, semi-athletic, intermittent
smoker, 25, wants to meet unpretentious woman.
Interests include: Walker Percy, Thomas Wolfe,
Physics, Gustav Mahler, Bela Bartok, Beethoven,
Keith Jarrett, Pat Metheny, Tim Buckley, Nick
Drake, Leonard Cohen, Tennis, and Sherlock
Holmes. If you would like to meet me for dinner
call 1-576-4678 or write Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich.
48068. You have nothing to lose. I'll even play
tennis if I have to. 62F929
U-M TRAVEL BOWLING TEAMS. Tryouts for
women and men, Sunday, September 17 and 24,
9a.m. Union Lanes. cF917
FORGOTTEN PRISONER wants to hear from some-
one who cares. Please write: Tom, Box 186, New
Ulm, Minnesota 56073. 44F915
WANT TO SLEEP BETTER? Two or three person
lot for sale, -will fit in dorm rooms, houses, and
apartments. Complete with carpeting and paneling.
Cali 068-1549 and make an offer. dB915
2 FRESHMAN TICKET packets together for sale.
Call 662-0639: 14B915
DORM REFRIGERATOR, used one year. Cedar-
lined chifferobe, priced to sell. Evenings, 662-5333..
- " 16B915
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER, 600 BTU, great
condition. After 5:60,761-1067. 71B926
USED REFRIGERATOR, good condition, $25. 769-
PA4SCHE-Typoe V air brush, many, many extras,
ONE ESS HEIL tempest speaker; one Heath Model
AS 1348 speaker. 437-9007. 19B9f3
SEARS REFRIGERATOR, 5, cubic feet, defroster
button. 996-0165. 87B914
BEDS, CHESTS, MATTRESSES, couches, chairs,
refrigerators, stoves, and much, much more.
10,000 square feet of good used furniture and appli-
ances. Drive 30 miles to Jackson and save at
Cash & Carry Used Furniture and Appliances,
817 E. Michigan Avenue, Jackson. 88B924
'HEWITT-PACKARD 67-Most advanced calculator
made by Hewitt-Packard. Like new, only used
about 25 hrs. Will sell reasonably. Call .Bonnie'
DeLoof, 995-4400. 87B913
SINGLE ROOM in East Quad for female available
Sept. 25. Judy, 995-1667, persistently. 28C914
ON CAMPUS-Two bedroom furnished apartment.
Call Mike 9-11 a.m., 3-4 p.m., 995-2526. 85C916
WOMEN, Feminist vegetarian, non-smoking house-
hold. 663-8376 or 761-2274. 82C917
NEWLY DECORATED large modern 2 bedroom
apartments on Madison near South Quad. Available
for immediate occupancy. Call McKinley Properties
at 769-8520 for an appointment or for more infor-
NEEDED-Parking space near 909 Church. Call
3 11ALES LOOKING for roommate to share bi-
level apartment on Geddes. Call 995-3745 and ask
for Rob, Jon or Jordan. 17C915
HAVE EXTRA TIME? Need a quiet place to study?
Babysit for my 6-month old girl, 12:15-4:30, Mon.-
Fri. in my home near campus. (She sleeps much
of this time). Call Jere at 764-6108 (days), 665-
6339 (evenings). 23H915
KITCHEN HELP needed, Delta Chi Fraternity.
STUDENT FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Free room/
board. North Campus area. Full use of my home.
Please call my office 764-6280 or home after 5:00
p.m., weekends 761-1127. 01H917
PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER, $3.00/hour. Call
Bob, 995-2554. 21H915
MODELS-$8.00/hour. Apply 215 S. Fourth Ave.,
Ann Arbor. 668-9755.
WORK/STUDY Ticket office serving Civic Perform-
ing Arts Group. 10-12 hours per week. $3.60 per
hour. CallJean, 763-5213 or 769-1087. 10H916
NITE CLUB waitpersons. Apply in person to Larry
Meyers at Second Chance, 516 E. Liberty. 99H915
Job for work/study in UAC. Clerical duties working
with peers on concerts, theatre, movies, lectures.
Call 763-1107. 11H920
CLERKS, $3.00/hour. Apply Velvet Touch, 215 S.
Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor. 13H920
Consumer activists, MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY
is looking for TALENTED, PEOPLE-ORIENTED
individuals to do work involving extensive inter-
personal contact. Full time and part time positions
available for canvassing and fund-raising. Call
between 12 and 2.663-6824. 7411914
FULL-TIME DAY position available at Mr. Tony's.
Starting wage at least $3.00/hour. Apply in person,
Mr. Tony's, 342 S. State. 26H917
ItOUMS i$u-5/month. up. meals $
5374 from 7-11 p.m.
MALE CONTRACTS in Friends International
Coop. Fall and/or Winter term. International
cooking, study rooms, T.V., ping pong, volleyball.
Grad students preferred. 761-7435. 61E917
BRIARWOOD Shopping Center is now taking
applications for full and part time positions for
fall and winter. Please apply in person, 9 a.m.-5
p.m. Briarwood Mgt. Office, 100 Briarwood Circle,
Ann Arbor. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
SORORITY NEEDS buspersons for lunch and dinner
in exchange for meals. Chris, 663-5331. 16H915
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF Restaurants, located at
3021 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor; 3015 Washtenaw,
Ypsilanti; 2245 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor are
now accepting applications for counter help. Appli-
cants must be 18 yrs. old. Students going back to
school or housewives that want time away from
home. Apply daily 2-5. '88H923
U.S.Y. LEADER for Beth Israel Youth Group.
Previous leadership preferred. Couple welcome.
665-0941, Mrs. Rosenthal. 60H914
DESIRE MECHANICALLY inclined student to
sell power equipment and small engine part-
Flexible hours. Apply in person. 210 South First,
Ann Arbor. 58H915
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for work/study
student to become involved in psychophysiological
research on the cerebral hemisphere and in bio-
feedback. Familiarity with MIDAS and statistics
helpful. This would be a particularly rewarding
experience for a pre-med or psychology junior or
senior. Call Pat Blackmer at the Psychophysiology
Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, 763-0115. 94H915
GRAD STUDENT NEEDED to prepare an economic
impact report. Rural community. Finance and
Housing Associates Consultants. 668-7124. 9611914
WORKING STUDENT for 20-hour per week job.
Clerical and typing skills needed. Call Mike at
763-2203 or 995-2158. 23H921
The Great Britain Study needs you-to read 19th
century newspapers, code and enter on MTS. You
must have a financial aid work study grant. Call
R.A. Scweitzer or Debbie McKesson, 764-7487.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS.NEEDED FOR POSI-
TIONS AT MUSEUM OF ART. Reliable, conscien-
tious people with interest in art needed. Position
include: Membership Assistant, at $3.50 an hour
light typing needed, basic clerical functions; assist-
ant to Museum Technician at $4, hanging, pacjking,
crating art objects. We will train. Both positions
10 hours per week. Call 764-0395. Delightful environ-
ment with exposure to scintillating people and
fascinating art work. 47H913
ATTENTION WORK-STUDY STUDENTS:
Unique employment opportunity with state-wide
cultural institution. Offices located in 19th century
home on main bus line. See Work Study number
0429 for further details. If you qualify, call 769-
1828 for further information. 07H914
AMrua R us E U RCHUIST-LTC meets
Thursday, September 14th: 7:00 p.m., at Memorial
Christian Church on the corner of Hill and Tappan.
BOWLING LEAGUES forming, Men's. Women's and
Mixed, sign-up at U Lanes, 60t reduced rates for
open bowling 10-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. cF914
PHOTOGRAPH amateur figure models. Inexpen-
sive. After 4 p.m., weekends. 761-1036. 88F914
STARVING ARTISTS SALE-Inexpensive art to
decorate your room, all locally produced and priced
at $15 or less. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept.
14-16, 12 noon to 6 p.m. Canterbury Loft, 332 S. State
St., second floor, near Nickel's Arcade. Browsers
FIGHT APARTHEID! Join the Washtenaw County
Coalition Against Apartheid. For more information
call 662-9759. dF915
FREE ROOM AND BOARD for experienced horse
person in exchange for help training show horses.
Phone after 6 p.m., 1-878-3153. 33F915
TIRED OF INTELLECTUALS? Want to date a
man with his feet on the soil? Dave Hoover, 662-
1535 before 9 a.m., or evenings. 10F920
SUPER KOSHER vegetarian suppers, Wednes-
days 5:30-6:30 p.m. beginning September 13, $2.50
at Hillel, 1429 Hill, cF913
ATTENTION U-M SENIORS-If you plan graduate
study, in the U.S. or England, you should compete
now for the Danforth, Marshall, Power, and Rhodes
fellowships. You need an outstanding G.P.A., im-
pressive extracurricular activities and a coherent
plan of study. Please contact Hank Peiter, 5208
Angell Hall, 764-4489 for further information. The
deadline for completed applications is September
SUPER KOSHER Vegetarian Suppers, Wednesday,
5:30-6:30 p.m., beginning Sept. 13. $2.50 at Hillel,
1429 Hill. - - cF913
SINGLES WORKSHOP (5 men, 5 women). Initiat-
ing, deepening, renegotiatingrrelationships. Sept.
22-24. Bob Blood, PhD; Margaret Blood, M.A.; 769-1
'72 VEGA, new exhaust, brakes. Dependable, drii
very good. $225. 429-2007 after 5. 80N
1972 BMW 2002.971-0651, call after 4p.m. 90N9
1971 VW Squareback, 5,000 miles on rebuilt engir
New fuel injection, electrical work. $1,000 or b
offer. Karen after 5, 662-2445. 32N
ALUMNUS with four season tickets will pay
exchange fours season tickets together in a bett
location. Call 971-8808. 20Q9
WANTED-4 tickets to U-M/Illinois game, Septer
ber 16. Call Mr. Kidd, 1-268-3770. 39Q9
I NEED I or 2 N.D. tix and 2 Illinois tix. Ca
1 SEASON FOOTBALL ticket, senior priorit
Price negotiable. Call Ellen, 996-0382. 91Q9
WANTED-2 or 4 tickets to Michigan vs. Arizon
Call collect (214) 231-2209, evenings or weekend
SELLING TWO football booklets. Section 34, ro
36. 662-5504. 72Q9
I NEED HOROWITZ TICKETS!!! I NEED BI
TWEEN TWO AND EIGHT TICKETS FOR TH
OCTOBER 8th CONCERT, AND I WILL PA
DECENT MONEY. CALL 994-5579 PERSIS-
TENTLY! PAIRS ONLY. - dQ9:
TWO TICKETS for George Benson concert at Pir
Knob for sale. Lawn seats, Sat. 9/16. Call 662-161
TICKETS WANTED-2 or 4 together, Sec 22, 2
or 24 above row 30. Will pay. 482-0013 persistent)
2 SEASON TICKETS, section 24. Price negotiabl
SENIOR PRIORITY FOOTBALL tickets wante
2 together. 663-2570 or 995-0009. 85Q91
SEASON TICKETS for sale. 4 together in end zon'
769-0822, evenings only. 49Q92
WANTED-Michigan football season tickets. 358
1411 days, 681-1839 evenings. 09Q91'
WANTED-2-4 Senior priority Michigan seasoi
football tickets. Will pay. 663-8644, persistently
ALUMNI WANTS 2, 4 or 6 season football ticket
High reward. 663-9866,995-0335. 51Q9
TOP DOLLAR PAID for U-M football coupon
Call 662-3210. Absolutely any time. 75Q9
WANTED-2 season football tickets, other the
end zone preferred. Price negotiable. Call colle
(517) 351-7922. 05Q9
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS R EPA IRS
HAVE ABANDONED lifelong goal of becomi
next Segovia; must sell 1972 Garcia No. 3 classic
guitar, mint condition, hardshell case-$200. 99
GUILD GUITARS now in stock along with Gibsor
Martin, and Yamaha. Drop by to see us s001
Apollo Music Center, 323S. Main. cXt
USED LUDWIG 5-piece drum set. Gold spark
USED EPIPHONE 12 string guitar, $i50. Call Dot
SONY PC650 reel-to-reel tape deck. Excellen
condition. Miscellaneous tapes included., Bes
offer over $350 takes.994-0501,434-0428. p02X91
USED IBANEZ LES PAUL. Call Larry, 761-943
GUITAR-Classical Aria AC-20, rosewood bod
nice sound. $160/negotiable. Call Andrea, 662-965
THE WORDPROCESSOR. Wed
typing, binding and printing. Ask abou
discount cards for students and faculty.
211 S. STATE STREET
U-M STYLISTS at the Union. Dave, Haro
Open Mon.-Sun. 8:30-5:15 p.m.
FALL FILM SERIES-A first-run Holoca
flicks. Thursday, Sept. 14 "Lacombe, Luc
at Hillel, 1429 Hill.
PICK YOU OWN APPI
Open 7 days, starting Sept. 15, 9 a.
McIntosh, now, $4.50/bushel, $2.50/z. Red:
starting Sept. 29; Golden Delicious,
Spys, Ida Reds, starting Oct. 6. 58354 Pon
New Hudson. Follow Pontiac Trail 4%2
South Lyon, on left. 437-0191.
ot our 10%
662-3969 Full and part-time positions are available in this
acute care hospital affiliated with the University
of Michigan Medical Center
662-64 -Full Civil Service benefits
cFtc -Liberal paid vacation (R.N.'s5 weeks annually)
ld, & Chet. -13 paid sick days annually
cF913 -Comprehensive health and life
aust-theme -Liberal retirement plan
ien," $1.00' -Current license from any state acceptable
Starting Salary: R.N.'s-$12,986 to $18,258.
L.P.N.'s-$9,514 to $10,623
LES For interview please contact:
Mrs. Diana Quinn
m.-6 p.m. VA Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI
[Delicious, (313) 769-7100, Ext. 232
ti Trn,1 An Equal Opportunity Employer
ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. 1 block from Diag,
new wall to wall carpeting and just painted.
.Also 3 or '4 man furnished apt. with one bedroom
plus study. Block and % from Law School, parking.
Campus Management, Inc., 335 E. Huron St.
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FOR 24-HOUR PERSONAL COUNSELING AND
REFERRAL CALL 76-GUIDE. For University
phone numbers, events and movies call 764-1817;
for student phone numbers call 764-2330. 06F921
A GROUP IS BEING FORMED for children of
Holocaust survivors to share thoughts on the in-
fluence of the Holocaust in their lives and to discuss
mutual concerns. All who may be interested call
Howie at 769-3184 or Hank at 995-0254 (evenings
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUPS (Psych 201).
Learn communication and group skills (have fun,
took For info/registration come* to PROJECT
OIJTREACH MASS MEETING: 7:30 Wed. Sept. 13
-Hill Auditorium. 11F913
LEARN AND HAVE FUN, too, working with chil-
dren, 21-6 years old through Project Outreach.
Call 764-3487 for more information. 65F916
JEWISH ELDERLY Project/Psych Outreach 201-
mass meeting September 13, 7:30 p.m. Hill Audi-
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PHILIPPINES have the most beautiful and smil-
lingest ladies. Business executive traveling this
area needs part time assistant for his Ann Arbor
business apartment. Pay above average. P.O. Box
C.O.J.O. EXPO-Jewish Activities Fair, Sunday,
Sept. 17, 1-3 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. Pendleton Room,
Michigan Union. Food and entertainment. cF915
Institute of Creative Arts FALL '78
213/ So. Main Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Phone 994-8400 for details
Darkroom I, II, III
Specialized Workshops in
MODELING FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Advanced Photo Modeling
Water Color Painting
ART WORLDS-REGISTER NOW!
ANN ARBOR BRIDGE CLUB-Free bridge lessons
at 7 p.m. Regular open pair and novice games at
7:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. Partner guarani
teed. First Unitarian Church, Washtenaw and
Berkshire. . 12F917
THE CENTER for Western European Studies will
sponsor a collegiate institute in Western European
Studies during fall term 1978.
The general theme will be "Getting, Spending
and Taking: Peasants, Workers and Government
Policy in Modern Europe."
Undergraduates are eligible to participate in a
multi-disciplinary, one credit discussion and writing
seminar. Faculty and graduate student guests will
address the group periodically.
If you are interested in co-operated with like minded
students to share and deepen your knowledge of
the Western European experience please contact
the seminar co-ordinator, Hank Peiter, 5208 Angell
Hall, 764-4311. 46F916
H E L PWANT E D
STUDENT JANITOR-Mornings, approx. 2, hrs.
per day, 6 days a wk. Mon. thru Sat. See Arch
Gamm, Student Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard.
RN's NEEDED for challenging staffing and private
duty assignments. Enjoy flexible hours and excel-
lent wages. For more information call UPJOHN
Healthcare Services, 761-2285. 89H915
PART-TIME SALES, evenings and weekends. Apply
in person, Redwood and Ross, Briarwood Mall.
MR. TONY'S now hiring drivers with own car.
Pizzamakers and counter help. Part or full time.
Please apply in person at 1327 S. University after
4 p.m. 33H923
FLAG FOOTBALL COACHES needed Monday-
Thursday, 3:45 till 5:15 p.m. Contact Ann Arbor
YMCA, George McKinney. 663-0536. 9711916
Assigned to U of M campus
and Ann Arbor
11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m.
$3.71/hr. after probationary period. Paid hospitali-
zation, life insurance and vacation. Apply at State
Security Services, 1000 Cornwall Place, Ann Arbor
(North wing of old St. Joe's Hospital), 668-0444. An
equal opportunity employer. 9211914
EAT FREE with Delta Sigma Delta Dental Frat,
Hill at Washtenaw. Lunch, dinner kitchen help
needed Monday-Friday. 761-6616, evenings. 48H914
ATTENDANT NURSES needed. at Northville
Regional Psychiatric Hospital, 41001 Seven Mile
Rd., Northville. Appointments are temporary but
may become permanent. $4.58 an hour. ($4.92 on
10-1-78). Report to personnel office for application
and interview beginning 9:30 a.m. Monday'9-11-78.
An Equal Opportunity Employer. 50H913
SENIOR OR GRADUATE STUDENT to supervise
LSA Student Telethon. Four hours per night, 6:00
to 10:00, Monday through Thursday, October. 9
through November 16. Call 763-5577. Pay $3.50/hour.
KITCHEN HELP WANTED, free board. Sigma
Alpha Nu Fraternity, 800 Lincoln Ave. 994-1336.
PART-TIME JANITORIAL WORK, mornings or
weekends. Near campus. Call 1-878-9991 evenings
before 10. 60H924
$5 PER HOUR! Person wanted part-time own
hours to work canvassing neighborhood. $5/hour.
995-5665, 24 hour phone. 5411915
BUSPERSON WANTED. Call 994-9155, Delta Upsi-
lon Fraternity. 55H915
KITCHEN HELP, buspersons and dishwashers
wanted. Call 665-7003. 56H913
DISHWASHER PART-TIME. Perfect hours for
student. Apply in person at the Second Chance.
WAITRESS, WAITER and kitchen help needed.
Apply in person. Dooley's, 310 Maynard. 37H913
READERS FOR THE BLIND Needed immediately.
Hourly rate or volunteer. Apply at Disabled Student
Services, U-M 2211 Michigan Union or call 763-
STUDENTS NEEDED for LSA Alumni fund-raising
telethon. Two to four nights/week, October 6 through
November 16. Hours are 6:30 to 9:38 Monday through
Thursday. LSA students preferred. $3.50/hour. Call
HELP WANTED-Mechanically inclined student
to work part-time. Flexible hours, apply in person.
210 S. First St. 06H921
EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY! Work meal crew
for fraternity. Call 761-3126. 21H915
HOUSECLEANING, 12 hours/week, close to cam-
pus. Call after 5 p.m., 662-7169. 23H916
PART-TIME COUNTER help wanted. Apply in
person at Orange Julius at 1237 S. University,
Ann Arbor between 1-5 p.m. Ask for Mike. 16H914
MAINTENANCE PERSON needed for apartment
house. Some carpentry skills, installation of insula-
tion and pointing brick. Hours flexible. Call 483-
WAITERS/WAITRESSES needed in exchange for
meals. Prefer students. Monday-Saturday. Theta
Xi Fraternity, 761-6133. Ask for Steward or House
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes, legal and
term papers. Rackham quality guaranteed. Also
copying, printing and binding.
1202 S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401
211 S. STATE STREET 662-3969
ROMA'S OF ANN ARBOR has immediate open
ings for banquet waiters and waitresses, part-
time weekends. Excellent wages per hour. Open-
ings also available for clean-up and banquet set-up
person. Excellent wages. Apply in person, 2196 W.
SECOND COOK for sorority. $3.00/hr. 10 hrs./wk.
minimum. Chris, 663-5331. 17H915
FEMALE, preferably upperclass or grad student
or research worker, for apartment or home with
one other person. Latter intends this for superior
student requiring or desiring nearly full relief of
costs of living and education. Facility to be jointly
chosen. Female will often be sole occupant. Call
761-4300, ext. or code 6D, anytime. 54Y921
FLEXIBLE CHILD LOVING roommate wanted for
3 bedroom townhouse, 3 miles from campus. Rent
of $110, is partially furnished in exchange for
housework and/or childcare. 662-6230. 28Y913
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Kosher apart-
ment 1 blocks from campus. Call Marc, 995-
ROOMMATES for spacious double room in tri-
level apartment. Excellent location. Four month
lease. Immediate occupancy. $118 each. 665-7431.
LOCAL MOVING, hauling, trash removal, clean-
ups, etc. $10/man-hour. Rich, 668-6563. 07J917
TYPING-Any kind of manuscript. Selectric type-
writer. 663-5979. 30J917
LOW COST TRAVEL to Israel. Toll Free 800-22
7676 9 a.m.-7n.m. NY time. 08P9
DISSERTATION & MANUSCRIPT
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street .
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.
for the final quality
of the manuscript
WANTED-College girl to model women's fashions
in newspaper advertising for a local retailer. Contact
Belle at 761-6214, before 5:30 p.m. 45J913,
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Send $1.00 for your
26-page, mail order catalog of Collegiate Research.
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles, C.
RIDING LESSONS-Experienced, qualified in-
structor. 482-4579, evenings. 37J914
TYPING-Experienced, all phases. Reasonable.
MISCE L LANEOUS
'PRIVATE PILOT Ground School, room 3080 E.
Engineering. 14 session course, meets Tuesday
and Thursday nights, 7-9:30 p.m. Beginning Tues-
day, September 12. $45 course fee includes text.
Sponsored by U-M Flyers. 24M913
KAWASAKI 1974, 175 cc, low mileage, helme
included. $375 or best offer. 973-2597. 19Z91
BIKE-3 speed, good condition, cheap. 663-27
1976 HONDA CB400-4, 8,800 miles. $700 firm
Clean, extras. Call Mary, 663-0143 persistently
CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE
Friday, Sept. 22-Sat., Sept. 23, 9-4:30 p.m. Also
yard sale in parking lot facing Washington St
Saturday, Sept. 23, 9-3 p.m. Rain or shine. First
Baptist Church, 502 E. Huron St., Ann Arbor, MI
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday
Sept. 17, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 ofl
19 I-94, over 225 dealers, eveything guaranteed fot
c authenticity. FEATURING: A-4 Posters, prints,
paper; A-6 superb yarn winder; PENN blanket
chest orig yellow & ochre; NE blanket chest w/
seaweed dec; A-11, D-22, F-7, ):-16, F-42 PATTERN
GLASS; A-15 WINDSOR 9/spindle fanback; NOR.
TON dec. jug; HUTCH TABLE w/yellow paint; f
bent-arrow chairs; B-17 18e saw buck table; great
STONEWARE; B-22 HOPE FARM ANTIQUES,
HOPE, MAINE; B-31 TOM PAYNE, CANTON,
OHIO; B-33 JOINT VENTURE, N. NORWICH,
N.Y. period furn; C-7 COLL. Folk Art carvings
Fred Alten (100 pes); C-12 over 200 pcs CANTON;
C-14 E. ROHDENBURG, HYANNIS, MASS.; C-19
ROB STUART, LIMERICK. MAINE: D-15 Pr. N.J.
portraits (watercolor); burl bowl, NANTUCKET
baskets, toys & whimlsies; D-18 Pine SHAKER
cabinet; D-23 fine AMER. FURN, SILVER nc.
coin, CHOC & ICE CREAM MOLDS; D-32 TRISH
TAYLOR, PITTSBURGH, PA. coll RAG DOLLS;
extremely rare pc STICK SCULPTURE; barber
pole, QUILTS; D-36 AMERICAN EXPRESSION,
BEXLEY, OHIO, N.H. QA highboy; pr HV QA
yokeback side chairs orig paint c1730; CHIPPEN-
DALE, dropleaf table c1760; MASS. HEPPLE-
WHITE mahogany inlaid card table, N.E. c1790;
E-22 PARLOR ORGAN mahogany; 15" POLYPHON
music box w/discs; 18C IRISH Mahogany serving
table; CLOCKS incl. JUNGHAUS regulator; E-24
COLL doll furn & miniatures; E-35 very unusual
crock bench, grained, 72" long; F-13 D. BECK,
MEDIAPOLIS, IOWA; F-42 BUTTONS; CANOPIES
-THE SCHMITTS'S OF FAIRHAVEN, OHIO;
DON WALTERS & DAVE PITTINGER GOSHEN,
IND.; STEPHEN JENKINS, PENDLETON, IND.;
ORWIGS, CORUNNA, IND.; MALRES ANTIQUES,
CINCINNATI, OHIO; JOHN McCOLLEY, GETTSY-
BURG, PA.; T. MAIMONE, WARSAW, N.Y.-
trundle bed old red; HEPPLEWHITE CHEST,'
GRAINED BLANKET CHEST BLUE & black;
prints, paintings; C. MACKLIN, ENON VALLEY,
PA. authenticated POWDER HORN, 1754, Ft.
Pitt, w/scrimshaw scenes. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (you may
come anytime after 5 a.m. when dealers start to
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10 Another diminu-
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7 $ 110 111 1,11 2
'73 PINTO WAGON-Good running condition, needs
some body work. $600 or best offer. 761-4431 per-
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Beg7n1Sept.- watr.763r a ut. 13H916
971-7676 workdays. Prefer grad student. 64H916