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Saturday, October 9, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rage Five

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764=0
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

557

FOR RENT
3rd GIRL NEEDED for modern, three-
bedoo ap.,fiv minutes from
campus. 769-0081. 78C31
4th MAN NEEDED for 11 months of
12-month lease. $69/mo. 763-6589.
84026
2 BEDROOMS, A/C, well-furnished.
1111 S. State. Call after 5. 662-1862.
ectc
GIRL URGENTLY NEEDED to share
lakefront apartment. Call Maureen.
483-6114. 96027
2 Bedroom bi-level apartments
ABC dishwasher,
garbage disposal
Available Immediately
Carriage
House
1224 WASHTENAW 665-8825
cFtc
1 or 2 BEDROOM APTS. Air-condition-
ing, dishwasher, garbage disposal.
Parking. $180-$240 per month. 406
Packard. 769-1394. cC10
Immediate
Occupancy
a few campus apartments
still available
Charter F
Realty
665-8825
APARTMENT AVAILABLE
VILLAGE GREEN
4800 Washtenaw
434-0400
open 9-7 Daily

FOR RENT
GARAGE FOR RENT. 723 Packard.
59031
FALL
FURNISHED 4-MAN
$75 month per person
Single space liability
8-month lease
2 blocks to Diag
Models shown daily 9-5
Sat., ┬žun. 10-5
UN IVERSITY
TOWERS
536 S. Forest at S. University
761-2680
cCtc
---------- --- ---- ----~
Roommates
CONTACT US TO SHARE AN
APT. AT ARBOR FOREST
OPEN
Everyday 'till 7 p.m.
663-6052
Inquire Apt. 102
721 S. Forest
cCtec
USED CARS

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

ROOMMATES WANTED

TICKETS

WORDS
0-10
11-15
16-20
2 1-25
26-30
31-35
36-40
4 1 -45
46-50
INCHES
1
2
3
4
5

1 day
1.00
1.15
1 30
1 .55
1.80
2.05
2.30
2.55
2.80
2.80
5.20
7.40
9.40
11.20

2 days
2.00
2.30
2.60
3.10
3.60
4.10
4.60
5.10
5.60
5 60
10.40
14.80
18.80
22.40

3 days
2.40
2.90
3 60
4.30
5.00
5.65
6.30
6.95
7.60
7.60
14.65
21.10
26.95
32.20

4 days
3.20
3.90
4.80
5.70
6.60
7.40
8.20
9.00
9.80
9.80
19.10
27 60
35 30
42.20

5 days
3.90
4.80
5.90
7.00
8.10
9 05
10.00
10.95 -
11.90
11.90
23.45
34.00
43.55
52.10

6 days
4.50
5.60
6.80
8.10
9.40
10.50
11.60
12.70
13.80
13.80
27.60
40.20
51.60
61.80

add.
.55
.75
.85
1 .05
1 .20
1.35
1.50
1.65
1.80
1.80
3.60
5.40
7.20
9.00

MODERN APT.. $65 rent. One female WANTED - 4 tickets (together) for
needed, hospital area. Call evenings, Illinois game. Call 662-1077 - after 5.
761-5497. 99Y29 26Q30
NEED ONE FEMALE to join 3 others NEED TICKET TO MSU GAME. 663-
in large apt. one block from campus. 9842 anytime after 5. 76Q23
Rent $70. 663-5507. 11Y26_
- MICHIGAN-STATE. MICHIGAN-OHIO
LEAVING SCHOOL, need men to fill tickets wanted. Call 971-1963. 88Q26
out lease, great roommates, $80/mo. -..
763-6403. 63Y26 BIKES AND SCOOTERS
ONE FEMALE NEEDED to share 2- EXPERT MECHANIC will fix bicycles
bdrm. apt. close to campus. 662-6973 while you wait. Weekdays-noon to
89Y28 6 p.m. 940 Greenwood, No. 6. 80Z27

N.B.- Each group of characters counts as one word,
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count
(this includes telephone numbers)

as two words

TWO MALES need third party. Own
room, approx. $80/month. Bi-level, on
campus, female preferred. 761-7844.
31Y2t
NEEDED: one female to fill 2 bedroom
2-man apartment. Kitchen, living
room, bathroom. 403 N. State. Call
Cindy, 665-5651, $65/mo. 77Y13
HELP WANTED
VOLUNTEER TUTORS NEEDED for
"special" children. Call 761-8182 or
769-5422. 69H30

HONDA 305, 9,000 mi., new tires, bat-
tery, paint. A-1 condition. 763-6840.
48Z20
'71 HONDA, 350. Like new, need tui-
tion. $700. 663-4746. 27Z27
HONDA OWNERS - Tune-ups and
overhauls reasonably done by an ex-
perienced Honda mechanic. Rapid
service by appointment. Paul, 665-
5479. 03Z29
1967 SUZUKI 250, good condition. $300.
662-2373 after 5 p.m. 09Z29

PERSONAL
BOWLING, FOOSBALL, BILLIARDS
'TIL 1 A.M. FRI. and SAT. - UNION
cF26
STEREOTYPES IN THE MOVIES. Hear
Prof. Marvin Felheim on racial and
religious images in the movies. En-
joy lox and bagels brunch, Sun., Oc--.
10, 11:30 at Hillel. 36F27
WANTED, RADIO FANS. W8UM, U of M
Amateur Radio Club organizational
meeting. Thurs., Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m.,
4511 EE. Beginners welcome. 45F30
INTRO-ACT: Wkly and Wknd Groups.
Explore feelings and interpersonal re-
lations' towards understanding self.
663-7616. cFtc
TWO FAR-OUT SINGERS - this Fri-
day and Saturday night Michael J.
McKay and Joseph Ricci bring Sim-
on & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Cat
Stevens and others to the Huron
Lounge at the Huron Hotel. 124 Pearl
Ypsilanti, Mich. 15F26
CLASS OF '72, make your mark before
you're thrown out into the cruel
world. What a deal! A private sit-
ting, six neato proofs, and your very
own lasting image in the 1972 MI-
CHIGANENSIAN. Sign up for Senior
Pictures on the Diag, every day from
10 to 4 until October 15th. dF30
BLUEGRASS MUSIC and barbequed
chicken this Sunday, 2-6 at Clonlara
school, 1289 Jewett H$2.50 includes
dinner and music. CHILDREN FREE.
72F26

PERSONAL

10 lines equals 1 inch

5 words per line

FOR SALE

GOYA GUITAR, 10 yrs. old. Offers over
$85. 761-8548. 63B27}
FOR SALE: Three nearly new Cole. 4-
drawer heavy steel cabinets. $80 new,
will sell for $55 or best offer. Call}
Marty after 6 P.M. at 665-2337.. dB26
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SIAMESE KITTENS. reasonable. Also
stud service. 769-6271. 70T28
SIBERIAN HUSKIES. 971-0476. 40T27
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Ride to Ohio State Univer-
sity (Columbus) on Oct. 15. Return,
to Ann Arbor on Oct. 17. Call 763-
6500. d026

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
ANN ARBOR MUSIC MART. Home of:
Gibson,rFender and Martin guitars.
Name brand Amps always in stock
at lowest prices. 215 E. Liberty, 662-
6550. oXtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
CHARTER TOUR International presents
to U of M faculty, students, and staff
members and families, SPANISHG
HOLIDAY, Nov. 5-13 at Spanish Rivi-
era, only $259. plus $10 taxes based on
double occupancy. For information
and reservations call 769-1359, 434-
2575. 17J44
BICYCLE REPAIRS, fast and fair. 4-7,
715 Ann. Greg, 668-6735. 74J28
EXPERIENCED TYPIST available for
home typing. Mrs. Serafin, 761-3250,
58J26
CHARTER TOUR International presents
to U of M faculty, students and staff
members and families, SPANISH
HOLIDAY, Nov. 5-13 at Spanish Rivi-
era, only $259, plus $10 taxes based on
double occupancy. For information
and reservations call 769-1359, 434-
2575. 16J43
ALTERATIONS
SEWING DONE, alterations and dress-
es made. Please call 665-0914. 53P30
MISCELLANEOUS
ANN ARBOR'S OWN FLEA MARKET.
Sunday, October 10, rain or shine.
At the Farmer's Market, Detroit St.
Trash and treasure unlimited. 11-5,
admission free. For booth rentals,
contact Geneva Riskey, 971-7078 or
Edith Fields, 665-6725. 27M27

KITCHEN HELP WANTED 112 W.
Washington. 301

YASHICA 135 mm. automatic lens, 2
COLLEGE STUDENT to help around tieweeks old. $80. 761-5305. 66D28
house and yard 6-10 hours a week.
Negotiable. $2 an hour. Geddes Ave. B.S.A. 441 Victor, 1969. Fair condition.
761-7972. 71H27 Best offer. 662,-8313. 02Z27
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FACULTY WIFE NEEDS responsible

PERSONAL
Have our COSMETICIAN help you with
your beauty problems. The Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave.

-- --- - KLH Portable Stereo. Model 11, five
1966 CORVAIR, automatic, good condi- months old. $160. Call John, 663-5729.
tion. 769-3734. $350,. 81N27 77X27
'65 VALIANT, must sell. Good trans. PIANO TUNING - "Quality and Econ-.
Cheap. 761-5221, 70N31 . omy." Grad., U-M; Technician, Nat'l.
-- - - - - - --- - . Music Camp. Martin Tittle. 769-0130.
'65 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, clean and 24X35
good, must sell. 761-9881. 66N27 PIONEER model SX-lOOtw. AM-FM
OPEL GT '70, excellent condition, $2100 Stereo receiver-amp. 150 watts. Call
763-6386 mornings. $200. t dX30
or best offer. Call 663-0660. 65N28_

house-cleaning. 5 hrs./wk., hours
flexible. $2/hr. Call 662-9301. 49H26
HIGHLY INTELLIGENT, educated sia-
gle secretary (21-25) needed. StartI
immediately. Send complete resume
and photograph to V.IG. Co., over-
seas investigators. P.O. Box 147. Ann
Arbor, Mich. 48107. 54H27
RECEPTIONIST for photographic stu-
dio on S. University. Call 668-6477.
07H29
DRIVERS WANTED to drive new cars
to Baltimore and New York. Call Mrs.
Bacon at Rampy Chevrolet. 663-3321.
12H29
BABYSITTER, mature and reliable, in
my home from 3-12. Call 769-2729.
62H28
PART-TIME HELP WANTED, Monday-
Friday, 11-1 or 2. Fri., Sat., and Sun.
days and evenings. Apply in person
at Scotty's Hamburgers, 3352 Wash-
tenaw. 67H28
WANTED TO RENT I
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS need a 4-6,
bedroom apartment or house to rent
starting before December 20. Call 663-
4086. dL31
TICKETS
MUST HAVE 4 good tickets for Ohio
State. 761-0802. 63Q31

cr'tc
. . .. ~~. ~- ---_- - - - - -
ITALIAN GRINDER ... $1.00 WEDDING INVITATIONS, Moid or Tra-
(imported Ham, Genoa Salami, Pro- ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
volone Cheese, Italian Ham, Lettuce, cFtc
Tomato, Oil and Vinegar, Spices).. ~~~~~~~..~~~.-.~ ...~--- --
ODYSSEY -- 208 West Huron BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. while-U-wait! $2. Unusual printing

Words,
WORDS,,
Hulk is sick of words!

cFtc jobs our specialty. MBL Press, 1217
- Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFto
EVERYONE COME to the Beast Feast{
Sat. at 6 in "the Arb. Geddes ent.,
dF28 Bring something to share. Call 761-
-- 9450 for details. 92F26

CUSTOM designed diamond engage-
ment rings hand engraved, hammer-
ed, crafted wedding rings. Profes-
sionally styled. The finest work and
lowest prices in Ann Arbor. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151,
cFtc
SKI ASPEN Dec. 18-25, $270.00. Call Mr.
Parent, Oakland Community Col-
lege. 852-1000. 4F28
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
Rh positive $7.50, Rh negative $10
and $12 only Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
9-3:30, Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's written permission.
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
cFtc
TEACH A COURSE at Free U. No pay-
just pleasure. Call 763-2130 after-
noons, 662-9616 evenings, weekends.
Deadline extended till Oct. 11.
79F27
BEAT THE HEAT, set your seat, we can
make your summer a treat by joining
the Wave of the Future Fleet.
Love, Tom & Harry
cFtc
WEDDING RINGS AND JEWELRY
Have Jhan create your own design in
white or yellow gold. Reasonable
prices. 769-7550. cFtc
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE with dou-
ble knit suits, sportscoats and slab
from Marty's. 310 S. State St. iFte
Creative Photography
"Something New" for wedding pho-
tography. Choice of styles, no mini-
mum order. Weddings by David, 769-
0053, or see window display at 612 S.
Forest, Suite H. eFtc
WANTED: 5 tickets for Michigan-Ohio
State game. Phone 483-5489 after 8:00
P.m. F
UW~e

BRIDGE -
To play bridge and improve your pre- HOT PAN
sent skills enroll in UAC comprehen- simmer.
sive course. Get instructions from a Li
national player. Absolutely last time
to enter is Tuesday, Oct. 12. Cost $15. ;---- .
PLACE: 2nd floor Mich. Union. TIME: HYPNOSIS
9 p.m. Meets every Tues. for 11 wks. greatestc
Also Beginners Course at 7 p.m. sessions.
13F26 0440

t

TS make any waterbed
ove, Tom & Harry
cFtc
a person achieves his
depth after ten or twelve
Rev. Douglas Beltz, 761-
cF26
AN CRAFTSMEN! Wholesale
ative currently calling on
raft and head shops in Mi-
Ohio, Ind., may be able to
wares. Call Michael at 761-
47F27

1967 -HE ET AN G d' nd- AKAI model X-200D auto-reverse, four
197CHEVROLET VAN. Good condi- track stereo tape deck. Call 763-6386
tion, $750. 437-2724, 56N31 mornings. $300. dX30
Quiet Residential Street '67 MUSTANG, sport sprint-6. Excell- ANN ARBOR FOLKLORE CENTER, 516
Close to campus ent condition, $900. Dan, 663-4944. AsARO EbkENTER, 516
64N28 East William, above bike shop. Used
Vrnc2bdo -el42-__guitars; Gibson J-200, LG-1, B-25
Very nice 2 bedroom bi-level apt, -- 12-string, 1933 L-4; Martin D-35 12-
Has just become available due to 1967 PLYMOUTH, needs a little work. string; 2 Eplphone electrics Goya
cancellaltion. Call after 6, 763-6630. 43N29 G-10; National Electric lad steel;
PONTIAC, 1968, Firebird, eread cam others $25-$75. Fiddles, Banjos, Dul-
6. Excel. Fir-bird 4vrha cimers, prompt repairs, accessories,
If you're looking for something cond. 665-8330. 41N27 instruction. 668-9836. cXtc
nice, call 665-0154. . Ctc '61 F85 CUTLTSS automatic, needs
--- -- work. 663-0624 eves. 38N28 iGUITARS, amps, organs. Fender, bot-
WORKING GIRL NEEDED to share 4- wt1m $100. Marshall and Sunn amps
man apt. $75/month. Campus loca- '70 BUG with AIR. $1900 or best offer. In stock, Martin guitars all models.
tion. Call 761-8588 after 5 p.m. 56C27 663-3345. 31N30 Farfisa organ $275. Repo Fender Bass-
man $295. APOLLO MUSIC CENTEE

PIANO LESSONS,
enced. Call Stan,
sage.
MOVIE MELTING
Felheim takes a
bagels, at Hillel,
11:30.

reasonable, experi-p
764-7954, leave mes-
oF30
POT? Prof. Marvin
look, after lox and
Sunday, October 10,
35F27

VY.
ATTENTIOJ
representa
over 40 c
chigan, O
sell your
5093.

ROOMMATES WANTED

- SCALPERS, want to sell your UM-MSU
GIRL NEEDED for 4-man apt. Call 665- football tickets? Good price. Call 769-
9687. 57Y31 5940. 61Q30

Tomorrow is "ROCK NIGHT" at the
RUBAIYAT, 102 S. First. Starting at
9:30 p.m. "IRIS BELL AND THE AD-
VENTURE WILL BLOW YOUR MIND
WITH THE MOST ." 67F25
Richard Lee, Inc.
Photography for the Discerning.
Editorial, Publicity, Commercial,
Portraits and Weddings. Call 761-9452
cFtc
MICHIGAN UNION BARBERS
OPEN 8:30-5:15 MON.-SAT.
cF26

It's all in this month's Harpers

ROOMMATE WANTED for modern spa-
cious 4-man apartment. 761-3559.
dY30

NEEDED: 6 tickets for Ohio State
game. Call after 3 p.m., 663-7211.
42Q30

DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
FREE 24-YOUR DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NEIL MILLER
769-2074
cCt
LARGE, NEW 4-MAN APT. Furnished
wood panelling, carpeted, walkin
distance from campus. 769-1837.
50C2
TO RENT, available Nov. 1-1 bedroo
apt. in area of Plymouth Rd. an
U.S. 23. Phone 769-7190 after 6 p.m
42C2
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Several 2-bedroom furn. apts. left
$200 Near campus locations
SUMMIT-HAMI LTON
MANAGEMENT CO.
761-8055
ct
BARGAIN CORNER
SOFA $30, double bed frame $10, table
and occasional chairs. Pup tent $10
2 sleeping bags $15. I'm cursed witl
possessions. Help me get down to es
sentials. 663-8835. Y9W2
DAILY RECYCLED MERCHANDISE!-
Sample savings: Jeans from 25c,
household items from 3c, books iron
10c, shoes from 10c, boots from 10
shirts and blouses from 25c. Thrit
Shop (non-profit) 102 N. 4th Ave
M.-F. 10-12, 2-4. Sat. 10-12. 78W2
MEXICAN PEON SHIRTS - muslin,
sized for men or women, only *3.99
Wide selection of imported an
handmade clothes. Custom orde
service - our own styles speciall
made to fit you at no extra charge
GET FROCKED, 211 S. State. 90W2

VY '65, good cond. $500 or best offer.
663-3587. 06N27
1960 MGA; new paint, new exhaust,
engine overhauled. 764-5634 early eve-
nings. $600, negotiable. 28N26
FORD FAIRLANE 500, 6 cyl. economy
car. Ideal' for campus driving. Best
offer. 665-0914. 52N30
'66 PLYMOUTH FURY III, Air, power
c steering, new belted tires. $750. Al,
, 434-2425 or 665-5618. 08N26
g '68 RED OPAL Rallye, excellent trans-
portation, big engine. 668-7141. 45N27
n 1960 PORSCHE 356B, rebuilt engine,
i mech. trans., excellent body, needs
d some work, but have spare parts.
. $800. 761-5093. 48N27
7
- 1968 TRIUMPH TR250. Yellow, new
radio and top. 668-8252. 12N26
1968 VW: AM/FM radio, new tires and
snow tires, trailer hitch. Excellent
cond. Persistently 663-7074. 15N20
LOST AND FOUND
DOG LOST: female Golden Retriever,
c 7 months old, "Sybil". N. Ashley and
Miller. Reward. 971-8339. 58A27
LOST: large tan, male German Shep-
s ard. Important to family, 761-0802.
0, 62A31
- LOST DOG: Eli. Husky tail. Shaved
7 leg. Black, white, and grey. No col-
lar. Please call 761-2252 or 761-9713.
74A26
m LOST: brown frame glasses with black
c, elastic band. Stadium or S. Univ.
t area. 764-8852. dA26
,e
8 'FOUND: healthy black kitten with
- white on face, neck, paws, legs. Call
668-6774. dA27
d LOST: Yellow notebook. Fuller Rd.,
y near city pool. 665-7635. 29A27
ly ,
FOUND: pair of contactlenses in case
8 labeled Bennett in front of Union.
663-0055. dA27
FOUND: Female kitten, 10 wks. old,
tortoise. On S. Division. 769-7554.
dA26
FOUND: Striped kitten at Huron and
Ashley. 764-6454 or 769-1059. dA26
FOUND: Tiger kitten, about 6 wks.
White face, stomach, feet. Third and
Jefferson. 769-7555. dA26
LOST: Diving watch plus Michigan
1971 class ring w/HJK inscribed, on
field behind Bursley, 10/3/71. Reward.
Call 764-3016. 13A28
FOUND: a purse on North Univ. side-
walk. Person claiming may call 662-
9851. dA26
OOG LOST: female Golden Retriever, 7
months old, "Sybil". North Ashley
and Miller. Reward. 761-1858. 85A25
LOST: male neutered cat. White and
brown, Purina Ad type. Lost in Univ.
Hospital-St. Joe's area. Please call
662-7916. 92A27
LOST: Black male cat with no front
claws. If found please call 663-4361.j

sal S. Main, Ann Arbor, 769-1400
CXtt'

3rd GIRL for furnished 3-man. 665-j WANTED: 2 Grass Harp tickets for:
9675 after 5. 48Y30 3 Sat. or Sun. night. 663-6072. 34Q26

Professors Unite: Organize or Perish
In college faculty rooms these days, the talk is as much
AFL-CIO as it is MA's and PhD's. The professors are
organizing at a rapid rate and the result will be profound
and revolutionary changes in higher education.
Quick! Name the U. S. Ambassador to the UN
President Nixon's sudden reversal of China policy
dramatically elevates the importance of the coming UN
session, and the man in charge. George Bush, by luck,
may be the right man in the right place.
Rebellious Priests V. Reluctant Bishops
The promise of the Second Vatican Council has not
been fulfilled. Militant priests and nuns accuse U. S.
bishops of being reluctant to challenge conservative Rome.
Suburban Government: You Can't Fight It
Explosive growth, gerrymandering, archaic political
structures make the simplest political action impossible
in the suburbs. The fight for a single traffic light in Port
Washington, L. I., illuminates the problem.
Iowa: The Other Side Of The Corn
A provincial easterner discovers the unexpected joys
of Iowa, where art, music, and The Writers Workshop
flourish in clean air, and a remarkably crime-free climate.
And More...
An unpublished essay by George Bernard Shaw ad-
vances a beguiling and relevant argument for socialism;
A new story by Jorge Luis Borges: Verse by Richard
Brautigan: and from his easy chair, John Fischer proves
there is good news if you look hard enough. Get into the
Harper's habit now, and save half.
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