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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 16, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, February 16, 1972

S43i131ids get the job done

PERSONAL PERSONAL
S EG O IBUMPER STICKERS custom printed
pEent whie-U-wait! $2. Unusual printingf
.jobsour specialty, MBL Press, 12171

(Continued from Page 5)
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
ELECTROPHONIC stereo system, A
FM. Stereo, turntable, two speake
$901 Call 763-2748. 023
AIRIA Folk Guitar for sale. Only $50,
763-2656. 76Y
SALE - Jumbo folk guitars: Epipho
Jumbo, reg. $110, now $89. Suzu
now $99. Harmony Sov., now $1
Yamaha Fg 180, now $139. Gibson
45, reg. $300, now $229. Gibson B
Ridge, reg. $395, now $299. Ovati
Round backs, now $249. Ann Ar
Music Mart, 215 E. Liberty, 662-65
c

PERSONAL PERSONAL
RIVE GAUCHE gives you the opportun- OPEN BOWLING EVERY AFTERNOON,
ity to meet students from various MICHIGAN UNION. cFO9
countries. Come Thursday, 9 p.m.--
midnight, and give it a try. You'll
M- meet people and lea-n something in
rs the process. cF9
X08 CHA
FRESHMEN MEN. If you are qualifiedC
. for an Air Force pilot or navigatorI
- position you may also qualify for a SPECIAL THIS WEEK
ne full-tuition scholarship through AirD
ki, Force ROTC. You may be eligible
Fo. even though not presently enrolled int
Air Science classes. Call Air Force
lue ROTC, 764-2403 for details. 82F19 pn t ,jI C vo
Re u ar Lw

EUROPE $179
Dept/ Routing pro rata Adm. Tot.
Retrn Cost Charge Price
5-06-6-07 D/A/L/D $165 $14 $1791
5-06/6-25 D/A/L/D $165 $14 $1791
5-07/6-25 D/L/D $165 $14 $179
5-07/6-25* D/C/L/D $185 $14 $1991
5-07/6-25* D/H/L/D $215 $14 $2291
5-07/6-25* D/P/L/D $174 $14 $188
5-07/6-25* D/S/L/D $203 $14 $217
5-07/6-25* D/Z/L/D $185 $14 $199
5-07/7-03 D/L/D $165 $14 $179
5-16/8-18 D/L/D $185 $14 $199
5-16/8-18* D/A/L/D $235 $14 $249
5-16/6-07 D/L/D $175 $14 $189
6-07/8-20 D/L/D $195 $14 $209
6-07/8-28 D/L/D $195 $14 $209
6-08/8-20 D/L/D $195 $14 $209
7-01/8-16 D/A/L/D $207 $22 $229
7-03/8-25 D/LD $205 $14 $219
7-04/9-04 D/A/D $205 $14 $219
7-09/7-30 D/L/D $205 $14 $219
7-17/8-06 'D/A/L/D $203 $14 $217
7-25/8-25 D/A/L/D $195 $14 $209
7-26/8-25 D/A/L/D $195 $14 $209
8-01/9-03 D/L/D $195 $14 $209
*open only to students age 29 or
under at flight time
Per seat price is pro rata share of the
total charter cost, subject to increase
or decrease, depending upon total
number of participants.
See us for the following travel services:
Eurail and Britrail Passes
Auto arrangements (purchase, lease,
rental)
Motorcycle purchase
Intra-European student charter flights
1 Travel Insurance
Student travel guides to Europe
- NASSAU ---
March 4-11, Det/Nas/Det $179
Round trip fare via Northwest Orient
with accommodations at the
SHERATON COLONIAL

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ion
bor
550.
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JOIN THE ARMY, travel to exotic, dis-
tant lands, meet exciting, unusual
people- and kill them. 98F08
Handcrafted, gold, lostwax cast WED-I
DING RINGS by JHAN should be or-
dered early. 769-7550. cFl3

Prices

HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
series, lessons-repairs. 209 S. State,
665-8001, 10-7 p.m. cXtc

VIOLIN-Professional violinist will sell
Hart. and Sons 1898. Beautiful instru-
ment with full tone, perfect condition
under $1,000. Also available, good stu-
dent Viola with bow and case, $450.
769-2496. 70X12
PORTABLE AC-DC, AM-FM stereo ra-
dio, 8-track tape player, 2 speakers.-
Also tapes. 761-8289. 71X09E
SALE - Telecaster with maple neck,
now $249, Gibson 335 elec 6 or 121
stg, now $249. Gibson 335, now $289.
Epiphone 330 elec, now $199. Epi-
phone solid body bass, now $119.
Solid body guitars, now $99.50. Fender
Stratocaster, $249. New Fender super
reverb, reg. $500, now $329. 100 watt.
ARE top, $119. 70 watt Vox bass
amp, 2-12 inch spks, $99.50. Show-
Bud pedal steel guitar, now $499. 1
Gibson EBO Bass, now $199. Framus
Wymann bass, now $79. Ann Arbor
Music Mart, 215 E. Liberty, 662-6550.
cX09
FENDER precision bass with case, $200.
Conn trombone with F attachmentj
and cas,*280.Garrard BL-95 turn-

STUDENT FROM VENEZUELA needs I
American student to help him to
practice his English lessons. Prefer-
ably Spanish speaking, but it isn't
absolutely necessary. Conventional
Agreement. Carlos: 764-8936 after 6
p.m 08F11
LA FEMME INFIDELE
a sensual tale
a civilized thriller
CINEMA II - SUNDAY
AUD. A: ANGELL, 7 and 9 p.m., 75c
14F10
DON'T CHEAT YOURSELF
Get all the deductions you deserve!
I will prepare your income tax with
complete accuracy. CHEAPEST RATESI
ANYWHERE! Call 761-8031 for ap-!
pointment. dF12
GRAD COFFEE HOUR
Conviviality, intrigue, laughter, drama.
You'll find them at the Grad Coffee
Hour, Wed., Feb. 16, 8-10 p.m., 4th
floor Rackham. Donuts and cocoa
for all. Be there. 99F08
ALPHA PHONE or bio-feedback system.
662-4431, extension 209. 16L09

Hamburger 68c/lb.
Rib Eye Steak $1 .70/lb.
Cube Steak $1 .37/lb.
Flank Steak $1.69/lb.
Center Pork Chops $1.15/lb.
Stew Meat 94c/lb.
Bacon 79c/lb.
Chuck Roast $1.04/lb.
Hot Dogs 62c/lb.
Bologna 53c/lb.
ORDER AT FISHBOWL
10 A.M.-2 P.M. MON.-THURS.

BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Kaplan tutoring courses starting for:
LSAT-April exam
DAT - April exam
MCAT - May exam
For information and enrollment
Call Collect: (313) 851-6077
63F19
SHARING CROSS SOUND, custom ster-
eo speaxers, sound cabinetry, P.A.'s,
reasonable prices. 769-5429. cFtc
GIVE YOURSELF TIME .-.
FOR THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE E
Double your reading speed. Speedier
reading is not hard to learn and it
works. Call Michael Thoryn at 761-
6683. dF08
TERMPAPERS
UP AGAINST THE WALL COMPETI-
TION CREATIVE is THE professional
specialist in the original research
field. Termpapers, these, dissertations
from $4.00 per page. Only we offer a
DISCOUNT for 21 day advance no-
tice.
WE HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES in
the U.S.A. for used termpapers, from
$1.50 per page. No wait, our completeI
files are instantly available. Only we
have never had a duplication "casu-
alty."
COMPLETE COMPUTER SERVICES,
PROGRAMMING, consultation, tutor-
ing, and more.
ALSO, legal, industrial, technical re-
search. Editingand consultation ser-
vices. Map making and DRAFTING.
CREATIVE RESEARCH INC.
313 S. State 761-5880
cFtc
ITALIAN GRINDER. . . $1.00
(Imported Ham, Genoa Salami, Provo-
lene Cheese, Italian Ham, Lettu'ce,
Tomato, Oil and Vinegar, Spices.)
ODYSSEY - 208 W. Huron
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
walking distance of campus, for next
to the rental of a house within
$50 REWARD for information leading'
fall. Call 763-0814. 40F09
EFFECTS OF the Brain Drain in devel-
oping countries, talk by Prof. Leslie
Kish at Rive Gauche, Wed., 9 p.m.
cFO8

PERSONAL
FREE INSTRUCTIONS
POCKET DILLIARDS
THURSDAY 7-9 P.M.
MICHIGAN UNION
cFOE
DO YOU BELIEVE:k
That the primary concern of student-
government should be student inter-
est? That students should have demo-
cratic control of their academic and
economic lives. That Student Gov-
ernments should work together non-,
competively?
Do YOU WANT to run for SGC?, LSA
Student Gov't., Rackham Student
Gov't.
NEED support to get elected?
GROUP will support candidates (men
or. women) who are QUALIFIED.
WHO answer YES to the first question?
-Join-GROUP the open all campus
political party.
-Call Michael Davis or Tom Slaugh-
ter at 761-6683 or write them at
807 S. State. 62F08

rERMPAPERS: Relieve verbal const ipa-
tion of synthetic education with
WRITE ON. We have more papers,
more writers and serve more students
than all other firms combined. Abso-
lutely lowest prices. Student-owned
and operated. WRITE ON. 527 E. Lib-
erty St., 665-4321. 1tF10
DEADLINE
3 MARCH 1972
poetry drama
fiction essay
photography art
GENERATION
um inter-arts magazine
is reborn
authors sought:
(returns only
with stamped envelope)
artists sought:
check office hours
2nd floor Student
Publications Bldg.
GENERATION F

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1$ S.AV $A~fjlU*

wait a week
save a bundle
5.98 list
4 for $13
(tax included)
THE VIRGO SHOP DEPOT
350 Thompson, No. 218
Call 761-0354
4:30-7 p.m. Daily
86F09
ON DISPLAY
For proof of Richard Lee's photographic
skills, see the window display at In-
sta-Print on Main St., or subscribe to
the Detroit Free Press. cFtc
RESERVE an appointment and learn
the facts about diamonds so your
engagement ring purchase will be
worth your while and a unique ex-
pel-ience. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc

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Music by: JOUST UNLIMITED
ADMISSION 50C

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LAW SC HOOL MIXE R
Thursday, Feb. 17-9-midnight
Law Club Lounge

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table, $80. Call 761-1593 after 5. OVERSEAS JOBS FOR STUDENTS
29X10 Australia, Europe, S. America, Africa,
_______ _______________- Ietc. All professions and occupations,
IBSON SG Custom guitar. Excellent $700 to $3,000 monthly. Expensespaid,
condition. Good case. $400 or best overtime, sightseeing. Free informa-
offer. 761-5985. 15X07 tion-Write, Jobs Overseas, Dept. K4
FOLKLORE CENTER Box 15071, San Diego, CA. 92115.
FOLKORECENTR I21F13
Guitar, BanJos, Fiddles, Dulcimers,
new and used, bought and sold. Ac- 'LICK DICK IN '72'
cessories, Instruction. Repair. 516 E. Bumpersticker, 50c each, send to: S-T
William, above Bike Shop. 668-9836. Mail Order, 322% E. Clark, Jackson,
Michigan, 49203. 94F10

HEY TIGER!
IT'S OKAY TO PLAY
But don't use claws. Waterbeds di-
rect from the manufacturer. $9.99
to $11.99 for a top quality guaran-
teed product. Call Ellen at Aquarest,
769-4491. cFtc
DATING SERVICE. All the dates you
want. We pair selectively. $15. Regis-
tration includes 3 dates. Additional
pairings $3 each, no other cost. Send
for registration form to Sat. Night
Insurance, P.O. Box) 543, AA 48106.
Phone 663-1392. 11F10
BURIED IN RED TAPE? Call LS&A
Complaint Service for help. 763-4799.
2-5 weekdays, cFtc
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE with dou-j
ble knit suits, sportscoats and sla-
from Marty's, 310 S. State St. 1Ftc
WANT TO make a deal? For large winej
orders try us. The Village Apothecary.
ctFtc
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Double occupancy available
Administrative services by
WORLD WIDE CHARTER
Stop in at 211 South State Street,
Call 662-8747
Open to U of M faculty, staff,
students, and their immediate families
cFtc
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Yes it CAN be good without being
pushy or unreasonably expensive. 60-
120 color photographs taken. No min-
imum order. By appointment only.
Call David at 769-0053, 9-5. crtc

WRITERS, HAVE YOU BEEN RIPPED
OFF BY WRITE-ON? CALL STRIKE
IF INTERESTED IN POSSIBLE LE-
GAL ACTION AT 665-2840. 65F08
WE DO MORE AND TAKE OFF LESS
DAVE HAROLD and JAY
UM BARBERS and HAIRSTYLISTS
ctF-O

Open 25 Hours a Day

A career in law

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WOMAN'S ENTERTAINMENT
IN THE ARTS
Thursday evening, February 17,8:00 p.m.
Faculty Lounge,1st floor, Michigan Union
EVENING INCLUDES:
performance by Woman's Street Theatre of Detroit
STORIES OF OUR LIVES
Student-produced films about women
Woman's Art Show at Student Gallery
1st floor, Michigan Union
February 17th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
ADMISSION FREE
sponsored by Office of Religious Affairs

without law school .
When you become a Lawyer's Assistant you'll
do work traditionally done by lawyers-work
which is challenging, responsible and intellectu-
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critically needed that The Institute for Paralegal
Training can offer you a position in the city of
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pertise.
If you are a student of high academic stand-
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speak with our representative.
Contact the Placement Office.
A representative of The Institute
will visit your campus on:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23
NOTE: If the above date is inconvenient for you, please
call or write The institute for information.
The Institute for
Paralegal Training
13th floor, 401 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 19106
(215) WA 5-0905

People are not just the cause
of the'population problem.
They're also thevictims.

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Traffic jams. Overcrowded
schools. Inadequate housing.
Increasing unemployment.
Pollution. Almost any urban,
social and environmental
problem you can name is fast
becoming a nightmare.
And in one way or another
affects us all.
Of course, these problems
would still exis't even if popula-
tion growth were zero, because
population growth is not their
basic cause. Therefore solving
them must obviously become
society's number one priority.
However, the pressures of an
ever-increasing population tend
to intensify our problems. And
make them harder to solve.
(By the year 2000, Census
Bureau projections estimate
our population could grow close
to 300 million. That's about 100
million more people to house,
transport, educate, feed and
clean up after !)
This intensifying of problems
by sheer numbers of people can
also occur in individual house-
holds. For just as "too many
people" make society's problems
more difficult to solve, the
problems of raising a family

And are ready for it--.
emotionally, and not just
financially.
There's also only one time to
have that child: when it's
wanted. When it can be a
welcome addition rather than
an accidental burden.
Unfortunately, research has
consistently shown that not
enough Americans (from every

Especially from thoughtful
people who understand how
unplanned pregnancies can
intensify the already severe
problems society has still
to solve.
People who will, at the very
least, help others understand
that the population problem not
only has a cause. It has victims.

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