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Tuesday, Qctober 26, 1971

TH MICHIGAN DAIILY

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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UNC1NTRACTED CLASSIFIED"RATES
WORDS 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days odd.
0.10 1.00 2.00 2.40 3.20 3.90 4.50 .55
11-15 1.15 2.30 2.90 3.90 .-4.80 5,60 .75
16-20 1.30 2.60 3 60 4.80 5.90 6.80 .85
21-25 1.55 3.10 4.30 5.70 7.00 8.10 1.05
26.30 1.80 3.60 5.00 6.60 8.10 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 10.50 1.35
36.40 2.30 4.60 6.30 8.20 10.00 11,60 1.50
41-45 2.55 5.10 6.95 9.00 10.95 12.70 1.65
46-50 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
INCHES
1 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
2 5.20 10.40 14.65 19.10 23,45 27.60 3.60
3 7.40 14.80 21.10 27 60 34.00 40.20 5.40
4 9.40 18,80 26.95 35.30 43,55 51.60 7.20
5 11.20 22.40 32.20 42.20 52.10 61.80 9.00
N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines equals 1 inch 5 words per line

FOR RENT
LARGE ROOM for rent with kitchenj
privileges. Near campus. $60/mo. Grad
student preferred. Call 769-5478.
29C41
SUBLET JAN.-MAY: own room in 4-
bedroom house on Ardmore; lots of
room downstdiirs; call 761-2773 after
6. 74C40
COTTAGE: Modern, furnished. Two
bedrooms, reasonable rent. No pets.
Adults. 29-6888. 17C41
LARGE mo 'ern 2-bedroom campus apt.
$200/month. Sublet through Aug. 665-
0423. 23045

FOR RENT

FALL
FURNISHED 4-MAN
$75/month per person
Single space liobility
8-month lease
2 blocks to Diag
Models shown daily 9-5
Sat., Sun. 10-5

LARGE ROOM for 2 girls available in U I-E-
spacious 3-man apt. Great location.E
$75/month, utilities included. 761-
5553. 26C45 TOWERS
3 BDRM. HOUSE for rent. Near cam- 536 S. Forest at S. University
pus. Call 761-7886. 05C44 76-2680
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to srare eCtc
modern 2-bedriom apt. for win- __
ter term. Own room, $90 a month, USED CARS
utilities included. Grad or working
girl preferred. 7d38611. 93043 '65 DODGE Window-van, excellent run-
ning condition. $650. 761-9021 after 6.
2 DRM. APT. in house on State St.t .21 45
Take over lease. 761-9496. 81C43 _
AVAILABLE NOW: Area Washtenaw & 1.965 BUICK LeSABRE, excellent run-
s. Univ. Cleah campus efficiency in ning condition. Must sell. Asking $350.
older apartment house, for 1 quiet, Call 763-1891 persistently. 22N45
mature adult enily'. Unfurnished cx- - __ -
cept crpeting and kitchen. $135. First 1966 FALCON 2 dr.. good condition, $400.
and last month plus security deposit. Call 769.2068 after 5 p.m. 10N41
Lease until late Aug. 1972. No pets,{
no sublet. Telephone 662-7395 persis- 1970 VW Squareback, very clean, short
tently. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 37C39 wave radio. new tires. Call mornings,
- ------. late evenings. 663-2570 or 475-8948.
NEW 3-BEDROOM apt. Carpeted, fur- 13N42

LOST AND FOUND
HUSKY PUP LOST in Diag. Thurs.
afternoon. Answers to name of Nikko.
Sick. Must have pills. Reward. Call
485-4034. 99A40
LOST-1 14 kt. gold Longines Whiten-
hater watch on Packard south of
State St. Generous REWARD. 763-
2882. 9A44
LOST - A silver and green beaded
change purse. Oct. 16. HELP. Need
desperately, Call 663-8896. dA44
FOUND: prescription sunglasses and
case, near S. Forest and Geddes. Call
663-1835. dA40
LOST: M-1943 Army FIELD JACKET
with peace patch. 764-8720. 62A40
LOST: Mistakenly claimed from Mark-
ley sumer storage; Fischer skis and
poles, portable electric Smith-Corona
typewriter, trunk with skates, boots,
clothes. Call Steve 764-8720. 63A40
LOST: Boy's high school class ring with
blue stone. Please call 663-4858. Re-
ward. 32A41
SKINNY hound-looking puppy found,
vicinity of Brown and Hoover. 663-
2779. dA22
A LEICA LENS COVER found on Sat.
night near Power Center. Call 769-+
9299. dA37
FOUND: a purse on North Univ. side-
walk. Person claiming may call 662-
9851 dA26
MUSICAL MDSE.,
'RADIOS, REPAiRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions - 209 S. State, 665-8001.
cXtc
PIANO TUNING - Quality and Econ-
omy." Grad., U-M, Technician, Nat'.
Music Camp. Martin Tittle, 769-0130.
64X21
STEREO RECEIVER, 1 year old. Excel-
lent deal. Call Pat after 1 p m., 761-
7432. dX40
ANN ARBOR FOLKLORE CENTER -
Used guitars: 1921 Martin; Martin
D-35 12-string; Gibson J-200; 1933
L-4 Round Hole; L-4 F-Hole; B-25
12-string; Early 50's Kay electric; 1885
Bogan 5-string Banjo. 668-9836. 516
E. William, above Bike Shop. cXtc
GUITARS, amps. organs. Fender, bot-
tom $100. Marshall and Sunn amps
in stock, Martin guitars all models.
Farfisa organ $275. Repo Fender Bass-
man $295. APOLLO MUSIC CENTEE
za S. Main, An Arbor, 769-1400.
CXtc
ANN ARBOR MUSIC MART. Home of:
Gibson, Fender and Martin guitars.
Name brand Amps always in stock
at lowest prices. 215 E. Liberty, 6'2-
6550. eXtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
HOMES) desperately needed for two
litter-trained kittens. 763-6264 after
5:30. 06T40
VERY HANDSOME Labrador -shepherd
puppies. Reasonable. 10 minute drive,
Call 761-1994 after 6 p.m. or Sunday.
55T3
HELP. Need good home for pretty shep-
ard-husky puppy. De-wormed and
distemper shots already given! Cheap.
Call Dave 663-0379. 55T33
FOR SALE
DRUM SET: Ludwig and Gr'etsch Dou-
ble bass set. 3 tom-toms, snare, all
stands. $350.00. Call 971-6933 before 6.
24B45
WATERBEDS $15.38. guaranteed. Ann
Arbor Waterbed Stores. 1217 S. Uni-
versity. 769-0108. 04B45
WOODEN BAR-7 ft. long, $50.00
FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT-$7.00
Call 761-3000 dB
SONY 666D TAPECORDER, like new
also, 6050 receiver. 761-0428. 83B43
IBM EXECUTIVE TYPEWRITER - re-
conditioned, 761-7161 days, 769-5529
eves. 27B40
A SET OF DRUMS-Premier, little and
gthb big Tom RBK, snare drum w/
stand. Zildjen cymbal wstand. $155
for the set. 665-7385 between 6 and
9 p.m. 74B37
PERSIAN CARPET, Royal Bokhara 6t;x
9. 662-4602. 79F37
10-SPEED BICYCLE, brand new, $85 or
best offer. 764-3734. 86B37
KOFLACH SKI BOOTS, size 0 used
6 times. $60. Wright buckle ANKLE
BOOTS, brown leather. size 9-91,2
worn twice. $25. Niel, 971-6192. afte
6 p.m. 93B4C
WATERBEDS $15.38, guaranteed. Ann
Arbor Waterbed Stores. 1217 S. Univ.
769-0108. 69B3

MUST SELL: Teak tape deck and ac-
cessories, Schure V15 stereo cartridge
Johnson racing skates, size 12. Cal:
S;Eric, 662-0956. dB314

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'71 KAWASAKI 500. 200 miles. Greit
condition. Call 761-7396. 98Z45
1969 BSA VICTOR 441, fair condition.
769-4822. 52Z41
HONDA, 1970, gold. 4,500 miles. Nego-
tiable price. Shirley, 763-4567.
44Z42
1969 SUZUKI T250, good condition, hel-
mets, cover. $375. Negotiable. Call.
David, 663-7340. 15Z4C
1970 KAWASAKI 500. Exc. cond. $600.
761-2632. 36Z37
RALEIGH GRAN PRIX 10 speed w/
light, dual pos. brakes, lock. NEW.
769-4822. 17Z33
125cc KAWASAKI-Must sell, best offer.
Call 663-4492 after 6 p.m. 97Z33
YASHICA 135 mm. automatic lens, 21
weeks old. $80. 761-5305. 66D281
TICKETS -

WANTED: 4 tickets to Ohio State game. 471F4C
Please call 1-273-5981. 09Q42
FOR SALE: Indiana tickets. Good seats. UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
971-9739 6 p.m.-9 p.m. 25Q40 presents EUROPE $165
NEEDED-6 tickets for the Ohio State Route Dep. Ret. Price
game. Call after 3 p.m. 663-7211. 09Q45 Win/Naussa/Win 11/24 11/28 $189*
--Det/Mun/Det 12/27 1/9 $279*
WANTED-4 tickets for Ohio State. Call W n/Na au/Win 12/28 1 4 $2169*
after 6, 769-0480. 07Q44 Det/Acapulco/Det 1/3 1/10 $189*
WANTED: 2 tickets to Indiana, sec.29Det/Nassau/Det 3,4 3/11 $159*
Linda, 769-6306. 89Q40 Det/Malaga/Det 3'5 312 $219*
Christmas Flights
PERSONAL Rout. Dep. Ret. Cost Chg. Total
D/Lon/D 12/18 1/5 $160 $15 $175
D/Lon/D 12/23 1/9 $150 $15 $165
LINDA JENNESS is a presidential can- D/Ams/D 12/26 1/11 $160 $15 $175
didate of the Socialist Workers Party. NY/M/NY 12/27 1/9 $150 $19 $169
She is an anti-war and Women's Lib- Spring and Summer Flights
eration activist and represents a real D/Lon/D 5/2 6/2 $154 $15 $169
alternative to the two-party system. Q(Ath/D 6/10 810 $307 $19 $326
Mrs. Jenness will be speaking at the DA//D 6/41 68240 $304 819 $36
Union Ballroom on Tuesday, Nov. 2' D/A/L/D 5/4 6,/24 $154 $15 $169
at 8 p.m. 28F431 D/Lon/D 5/15 81'15 $185 $20 $205
. NY/L/NY 5/31 8/17 $168 821 $189
BOWLING and FOOSBALL. Open at NY/L/NY 6/10 8 1 $180 $19 $199
noon. Michigan Union. eF42 D/A/L/D 7/2 8/25 $215 $14 $229
-n. hi Un 2 D/Lon/D 7/10 8/10 $210 $19 $229
HYPNOSIS is generally thought of as D/A/L/D 8/1 9/1 $200 $19 .$219
a state where the hypnotist has pow- D/Lon/D 7/2 9/2 $210 $19 $229
er over the subject. Actually, the
subject is free to accept or reject any *Price includes round trip fare plus
suggestion. Rev. Douglas Beltz, 761- hotel accommodations.
0440. cF45 Open only to U-M faculty, staff, stu-
__._-..-.. . j- - dents and immediate families. Alumni
FREE BILLIARDS, instructions. Thurs- eligible for certain flights. Please con-
day 7-9 p.m., Union. cF42 tact:
FRE BILLIARDS EXHIBITION- Thur, UAC Travel, 2nd Floor, M Union,
FREE BILLIARDS EXHIBITION Thurs.' State Street, 763+2147, 10 a.mn.-5 p.m.
Nov. 4, 4 and 8 p.m. Jimmy Caras,
Union Ballroom. cF44 Administrative and Travel Services by

PERSONAL
An Eyewitness Account of
TERROR IN
BANGLA DESH
by

DR.

A. R. MALLICK

(OXFORD)
Former Vice-Chancellor of
Chittagong University and
Temporary Commander of
Arried Resistance to the
Pakistan Army in March 25. 1971.
WED., OCT. 27, 1971-4 P.M.
AUD. A, ANGELL HALL
Sponsored by South and
Southeast Asia Center

PERSONAL
PAINTING JOBS DESIRED. 5 years ex-,
perience. Free estimates. Reliable, ref-
erences. Call 662-4736. dF
WOMEN'S SELF-DEFENSE CLASS. ai
dojo (Natural school) Larry. 662-
- -- 69F42- -
ENJOY Ann Arbor's Famous Pinball
Arcade, 1217 South Univ. 29F41
generation
the U of M inter-arts magazine NOW
accepting material for publication.
POETRY, FICTION, DRAMA, ART
PHOTOGRAPHY, ESSAY. Submit to:
Student Pub. Bldg., 420 Maynard. By
mail or in person on 2nd floor mail-
box. Deadline-October 31. dF45
WAT-ER difference a Wave of the Fu-
ture bed makes. cFtc
WATERBEDS are good for the head.,
Wave of the Future. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS, Mod or Tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
HOT PANTS make any waterbed:
simmer.
Love, Tom & Harry
cFtc
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
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. Unusual printing
jobs our specialty. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFtc
AND NOW
A WORD
F ROM OUR
F R
i ~ i
CR EAORi
ijwrtsnrgcontrbuted cUV
for the public good IV e:ir

PERSONAL
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
Creative Photography
"Something New" for wedding pho-
tography. Choice of styles, no mii-
mum order. Weddings by David. 769-
0053, or see window display at 612 S.
Forest, Suite H. eptc
WATERBEDS $15.38, guaranteed. Annt
Arbor Waterbed Stores. 1217 S. Univ.
769-0108. 68F39
HAM and SWISS CHEESE . .. 85c
(Imported Ham, silced thin and stack-
ed high with cheese) HOT or COLD.'
ODYSSEY - 208 W. Huron
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. cFtc

PERSONAL

We Don't Just
Publi*sh a Newspaper
* We meet new people
" We laugh a lot
" We find consolation

DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE with dou-
ble knit suits, sportscoats and slax
from Marty's, 310 S. State St. 1Ftc
STAY HOT! Wave of the Future has
the heater. eFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING - Kaplan
tutoring courses for the Dec. LSAT
and Jan. DAT board exams are being
formed. Call (313) 851-6077 for en-
rollment. 51F56
EVER MAKE a navel float?
Love, Tom and Harry cFtc
WRITE OFF class work with WRITE
ON. Term papers - custom written
and used . . . thousands on file.
Tutoring, translations, computer pro-
grams, science projects, theses writ-
ing, dissertation consultation, legal,
medical, and specialized research.
WRITE ON, Room 212, MICHIGAN
THEATER BLDG., 663-8733, 10-5 p.m.,
M-F. eFte
INTRO-ACT: Wkly and Wknd Groups.
Explore feelings and interpersonal re-
lations towards understanding self.
663-7616. cFtc

* We play football

(once),

nished, panelled. 769-1837. dC35
2-BEDROOM, BI-LEVEL
APARTMENTS
A/C, dishwasher, garbage disposal
Available immediately
CARRIAGE HOUSE
1224 Washtenaw 665-8825
eCtc
PARKWAY PLAZA: Immediate occu-'
pancy, 1 bdrm. unfurnished, $165. In-
cludes carpeting, drapes, range, re-!
Ai.-l P~r~n t ,kne~ Io k--

1964 K ARMANN GHIA, excellent run-
ning condition, radio, $425. 665-3877..
00N40
'65 BEETLE sunroof, mechanically ex-
cellent. $350. Call Dennis, 971-1977
after 6. 92N43
1970 VW Camper, excellent cond. $2600.
434-2393. 77N40
1968 VW BUG. $775. Call 663-3482.
82N43

frig., disposal, carport, 4
ers, laundry facil., secut
resident manager. 971-132
DETROIT
FURNITURE REN
COLIEGE MARKET SPE
LOW PRICES
FREE 24-FOUR DELI
ANN ARBOR REPRESE!
NEIL MILLER
769-2074
APARTMENT AVAIL
VILLAGE GREE
4800 Washtenaw
434-0400
open 9-7 Daily
IMMEDIATE OCCU
a few campus bpar
still available
CHARTER REAL
665-8825
BARGAIN CORI

oragy isysm, .0 FALCON, good condition, $75. Call
2. 39C41 769-2885. 53N42
.SUNBEAM ALPINE MK. V. One of the-
last ones built. Excellent condition,
VTAL only 23,000 miles. Well maintained
since new. Fun car to drive and reli-
CIALISTS able transportation. Call Mort at 665-
:VERY 4687 or 764-0552. dN42
NTATIVE MUSTANG, 1966, white, black conv. top,
8-cyl., auto. trans., high mileage but
new tires, brakes, carburetor. Some
rust but exc. engine. Good interior.:
cCtc 662-7077. 74N42
ABLE 1969 FIAT - 850 Spider. Best offer. Call
EN 761-5997. 11N41
'65 FORD VAN - remodeled interior.
761-7161 days, 769-5529 eves. 25N40
eC tc -- - - --
-____! 1966 PONTIAC Tempest OHC 6 auto
4-dr.; tuned-excellent cond.$450. Call
IPANCY 769-3166 early aft. or eves., weekends
(persistently). Can be seen at 242
Murray. 35N41
rtments... .. ---- --- -- -
FIAT 850 SPIDER - 1969, very good
cond. $1150. 663-2868. 2N40
LTY 1968 VW; AM/FM radio, new tires and
snow tires, trailer hitch. Excellent
cond. Persistently 663-7074. 15N20
eCtc HELP WANTED

FAG HAIRSTYLING on display U-M
Union Barbershop. cF44
WATERBEDS $15.38, guaranteed. Ann'
Arbor Waterbed Stores. 1217 S. Uni-
,ersity. 769-0108. 03F45
OH! SUSANNAH! Oh, don't you cry for
me, for I'm workin' at the DAILY
with a typist on my knee! dF45
LIQUOR, Beer and Wine at good prices.
The Village Apothecary
1112 So. University Ave. cFtc
CHRISTOPHER: Tomorrow and to-I
morrow and tomorrow.. 20F40
generation
the U of M inter-arts magazine
NOW accepting material for publica-
tion. POETRY, FICTION, DRAMA,
ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, ESSAY. Sub-
mit to: Student Pub. Bldg., 420 May-
nard. By mail or in person in 2nd
floor mail box. Deadline-October 31.
dF45
Two WWII leather flight suits. Beaver'
collars, perfect cond. Great for cyc-
lists. $25. 662-9518. 18B42 -
B 1O-FEEDBACK
BRAIN WAVE CONTROL
ALPHA and THETA brain wave con-
trol can be learned by anyone. It is a
modern technique for helping the in-
clividual-learn to accomplish at least
two very ancient and important
things: achieve a quiet, yet extradrdi-
narily aware state of mind and learn
about himself. Learning to slow down
one's brain waves while raising con-
sciousness and awareness can help in-
crease creativity and problem solving
and decrease anxiety. For further in-
formation and literature call 769-0868.
cF6O
JON-Where are you? Please call! dF41
U of M
Students, Faculty, Staff
EUROPE
DET. - LONDON

Students international, (313) 769-3790
621 Church Street, Ann Arbor
cFtc
GIVE THE KIDS A BREAK-The Wayne
Co. Child Development Ctr. Outreach
Group would like to take 26 emotion-
ally disturbed youngsters to the Iowa-
Mich. game. If you're willing to help
by donating your ticket, please call
Ronda, 763-6837, Gary, 665-4264. 54F41
You wait on yourself enough all day.
We're here to wait on you. Fast per-
fect, inexpensive copies. Come and
meet our friendly people at our con-
venient location. 4c rate available.
Discount Copy Service, 1217 S. Uni-
versity. 80F40

Come by 420

) Maynard St.

* We make money (some)
" We solve problems
* We gain prestige
* We become self confident
* We debate vital issues
+ We drink 5c Cokes
* We have T.G.'s
JOIN the DAILY staff

u

Dec.
Dec.
May
May
May
May
July
July

17 - Jan. 6
25 - Jan. 9
I - July 30
8 - June 23
11 - June 19
15 - July 22
2 - Aug. 17
29 - Sept. 5

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SALE-MINI SKIRTS, 25% OFF--Indian
and Persian prints, tie dyes, hand
weaves from Guatamela. Unusual'
handmnade and imported things to
wear from all over the world. Custom
order service. GET FROCKED, 211 S.
State. cBtc

PART-TIME office help needed to work
evenings. Call 769-9207 for interview.
27H41
CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE, male or
female. Commission basis. Globe In-
terior Rental&. Call 961-3393. 14H42
STUDENT NEEDED to assist Finance
Manager, 4-6 hours weekly. No experi-
ence necessary, will train. Call John
764-0560 from 3-5 p.m. weekdays.
dH41
MEAL JOB at fraternity for lunches
and dinners. 761-3888. 14H40

SAM'S STORE
LEV I DENIMS
Bell Bottoms .... $8.00
Trcditionals $7.50
Button Flys $6.98
Super Slims ......$7.00
Boot Jeans ......$7.50
LEVI CORDUROY
(several colors)
Bells.. $8.50
Slim Fits ........$6.98
LEVI FLARES
Soids, prints and stripes
Casual & Dress
Flares ... $8.00-$14.00
LEVI DENIM JACKETS
Unlined .........$9.00
Lined .......... $13.00

P N T r V 10x52 MOBILE HOME, 1966, skirting,
PERSONS WANTED to run a VERY mnmutbrectd.ny$30-
proftabl business. Earning abilities mit must be relocated. Only $2300.
932,bed~",***d nngeaab es 971-7828 or 761-5305. 31B18
are unlimited and well above average. Sr"728o _71-35.31_
Mail qualifications to Mr. Warren.
P.O. Box 503, MaIden, Mass., 02148 PHOTO SUPPLIES
or call 617-261-1964. 81140-

PART-TIME NIGHT WORK now avail-
able. Apply in person please. Burger-:
Chef, 175 N. Maple. 67H41
STAFF NEEDED for Multi-U: Lit. quar-
terly. All positions, adv. sales to edit,
Call 437-6681 (evenings). 04H37
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPINGr
8 yrs. experience on theses, term papers,
etc. Work done on IBM Executive
typewriter. 662-7605 after 5:30. 11J44 -
30 PERCENT DISCOUNT through Nov.
Halls for PARTIES and RECEPTIONS. -
769-1259. 91J43
BICYCLE REPAIRS, fast and fair. 4-7,
715 Ann. Greg, 668-6735. 55J42I

NIKON super-8 movie camera, 5X zoom
case; Bell and Howell 357Z super-8
projector, zoom. Both top-rated "best
buys" in recent Consumer Reports
and Modern Photography tests. Both
in new condition and warranteed.-
$400 value--$190 takes all. 763-6772.
94D40
TRANSPORTATION
NEED RIDE to Cleveland October 28
or 29. Back Sunday Share expenses
Call 763-6336. 85G40
ROOMMATES WANTED
FEMALE ROOMMA'TE needed 2nd se-
mester. Modern apt. 2 blocks from
Law School. Call 761-6426. 98Y46
FOURTH MAN needed for modern can-

CALL
STEVEN ZACKS
483-4850
20F51
Richard Lee, Inc.
Photography for the Discerning.
Editorial, Publicity, Commercial,
Portraits and Weddings. Call 761-9452
cFtc
PERSONAL
WEDDING RINGS AND JEWELRY
Have Jban create your own design in
white or yellow gold. Reaponable
prices. 769-7550. cFtc
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
Advertisements may be renoved
from publication, but will be billed
according to original number oif
days ordered. This policy is applic-
able as well to ads requiring prepay-
ment, i.e., no refunds. AD SUBMIS-
SIONSICANCELLATIONS & COR-
RECTIONS MUST BE MADE BY
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Let's hear it for the drunks.

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It's not the drink that kills, it's the drunk, the problem drinker, the abusive
drinker, the drunk driver. This year he'll be involved in the killing
of at least 25,000 people. He'll be involved in at least 800,000 highway
eavAP. After all the drunk driver has done for us, what can we do for

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