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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1971

Sundy, eceber12 _197

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Daily
Classxtieds
(Continued from Page 5)
PERSONAL
Are you from
WEBSTER GROVES H.S.
Journalism student doing story on
Webster Grove 'H.S., Missouri would
like to speak with several students
who were in high school in 1965 or
1966. If willing to donate some time,
call Jim between 1, and 5 p.m. and
12 midnight to 3 a.m. dF77
AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE
Everything Photographic
DARKROOM SUJPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPERS
Repairs on all makes
Century Camera
(At our new location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Take I-94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile Road-then East to
Woodward and North
(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner
Charges accepted)
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
presents EUROPE $165
Route Dep. Ret. Price
Win/Naussa/Win 11/24 11/28 $189
Det/Mun/Det/ 12/27 1/9 $299*
Win/Nassau/Win 12/28 1/4 $169;
Det/Acapulco/Det 1/3 1/10 $189
Det/Nassau/Det 3/4 3/11 $159*
Det/Malaga/Det 3/5 3/12 $2190
Christmas Flights
Rout. Dep, Ret. Cost Chg. Total
Q/Lon/D 12/18 1/5 $160 $15 $175
D/Lon/D 12/26 1/11 $150 $15 $165
D/LonD 12/26 1/11 $160 $15 $165
D/Mun/,D 12/27 1/9 $180 $15 $195
Spring and Summer Flights
D/Lon/D 5/2 6/2 $154 $15 $169
D(Ath/D 6/10 8/10 $307 $19 $326
D/A/L/D 5/4 6/24 $154 $15 $169.
D/Lon/yD 5/15 8/15 $185 $20 $205j
NY/L/NYi 5/31 8/17 $168 $21 $1891
NY/k/NY 6/10 8/1 $180 $19 $199
D/A/L/D 7/2 8/25 $215 $14 $229
D/Lon/D 7/10 8/10 $210 $19 $229
D/A/L'D 8,11 9/1 $200 $19 $219
D/Lon/D 7/2 9/2 $210 $19 $229
'Price includes round trip fare plus
hotel accommodations.
Open only to U-M faculty, staff, stu-
dents and immediate families. Alumn
eligible for certain flights. Please con-
tact:
UAC Travel, 2nd Floor, M Union,
State Street, 763-2147, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Administrative and Travel Services by
Students International, (313) 769-5790
621 Church Street, Ann Arbor
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PERSONAL
MIKE GOULD'S Light Opera will pre-
sent the most fantastic light show
at The RUBAIYAT on Sundays, 9:30
p.m. Lose your mind in color and
sound. With the "IRIS BELL AD-1
VENTURE." cFtc
CONFIRMED, when you book, round-
trip flights via TWA-youth fare, De-
troit-Rotne-Detroit-$259 plus $3 tax-
ages 12 to 26. Scheduled flights-
price and departure not based on full
aircraft. Boersms, Travel holding
block of seats. Book now on flights
leaving Dec. 26, returning Jan. 9, or,
leaving Mar. 4, returning Mar. 12.
CONTACT BOERSMA TRAVEL AT 12
NICKELS ARCADE. Ask us about
youth fare flights to other destina-
tions. Tickets good for one year. Re-
turn anytime you wish. 90F71
ITALIAN GRINDER .....$1.00
(Imported Ham, Genoa Salami, Pro-
volone Cheese, Italian Ham,' Lettuce,
Tomato, Oil and Vinegar, Spices).
ODYSSEY - 208 West Huron
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
Rh positive $7.50, Rh negative $10
and $12 only Mon., 'ues., 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
Roses are Red
But soon will be Blue,
As the Wolverines
Shall Stanford SCREW. 22F77
EVER MAKE a navel float?
Love, Tom and Harry cFtc

PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL
TERM PAPERS - Largest stock of STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL COMPUTER PROGRAMS done by ex-
highly graded used termpapers in presents perts, $15. Call WRITE-ON, 663-8733
Also custom written papers for your EUROPE $159 4 hours a day. cFtc
special needs and tutoring, transla- Admin. BLUE SKY Pottery Holiday Sale, Dec.
t:ons, computer programs, theses and No. Routing Dept./Retn Price Chge. 13-19. Day or night. 7280 Platt. In
dissertation writing. Only termpaper 122 Det/Lon/Det 12-21/1-6 $145 $14 the country. 09F77
organization owned and operated by 112 Det/LasV/Det 11-25/11-28 $179* $14
college students, "Write off Class 304 Det/Nas/Det 3-4/3-11 $165**$14 Richard Lee Inc.
Work with WRITE ON"-now incor- * all-inclusive deluxe package; airfare,
porating WORDS OF WISDOM -t only for $135 Photography fo the Discerning.
CALL 663-8733, 24 hours a day. Room all-inclusive deluxe package; airfare Editorial, Publicity. Commercial.
212, MICHIGAN THEATER BLDG. only for $96. Portraits and Weddings. Call 761-9452
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TER CHARGE welcome. cFtc Dlympic Alps for $325, all-inclusive. SALVATION RECORDS announces the
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jobs our specialty. MBL Press, 1217 1 s $165 round trip, in the basement o the Alley
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFto 3p0sMaynard
_____A comprehensive summer program will e"7
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per pg. Used papers from $1.50 per dents and their immediate families, and profit. Turn your termpapers and
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311 S. State St., Room 2 left sides for next week's papers? Let 663-8733. cFtc
cFtc your friendly edit-left ghost writer -
_ _ _--- help you out. Leave note at Box 428 UOT PANTS make any waterbed
FREE PHOTOCOPYING: We will make for details and rates. Reasonable, simmer.
you one photocopy of your termpaper clear, cogent arguments, powerful Love, Tom & Harry
or thesis absolutely free if you agree language, much edit page experi- tc
to let us' take a photocopy for our ence. dF75 ___
files. Additional copies 4c ea. Call
WRITE ON, 663-8733, Room 212, STAY HOT! Wave of the Future has
MICT HET'TTTATER BLDG ente the heater eFt a

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WANTED
FRESHMAN or SOPHOMORE
For sales representative of student
organization. Job is intended for dur-
aitioni of U-M career. Salary~ has basis
in small monthly stipend plus good
potential in commission earnings. In-
volves learning product as well as
selling skills for month at small sal-
ary: Ur about 5 hours per week. After
completinii of training ,iob would re-
quire about 6-10 hours per week,
slightly more at holiday periods. Hrs.
flexible around class schedule. Open-
ings usually available at management
level for those inclined. Prerequisites:
interview anti serious int entionsa. Hard
working reps have earned an average
of $140 month. Rep also benefits from
learning business that could help
him her after graduation. If interest-
ed write Michigan Daily, Box TMD,
stating name and address, experi-
ence in selling (if any, but such ex-
perience is not required) and class
schedule. dH91

Who Are Willing To Commit The Next
Four Months To OPENING The CRISIS
C NTER MUST Attend a Meeting Dec.
14 at 7 P.M. Sharp at 508 Packard
(Near Thompson) . Those Who Do Not
Attend Must Accept The Decisions Of This Group
As To Organization and Training Session. THIS
is IT-
YOU MUST BE WILLING TO WORK!
For More Info: 1 :30 to 4:30 call 764-0436
After 5 call 761-5896
Daily Classifieds Get Results

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1$533~

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3 to a room

;I$650[

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RATES VALID FROM DEC. 26, 1971 THRU JAN. 6, 1972.

For the student boy:
FLARES
by
Levi
Farah
~Wright
Lee
SMale
CIIECKMIE
State Street at Liberty

dir. MARCEL CARNE, written by JACQUES PREVERT
1943-45
Probably the best loved and most famous of all the great French film classics,
CHILDREN OF PARADISE is both a triumph of romanticism and a sweeping por-
trait of early 19th century Paris. The film centers on the lives of the members of
the traditional French vaudeville theatre.
'. Memorable . . . Passionate . . . Stunning. As lush an appreciation of illu-
sion as you could ever want to see."-Bosley Crowther, N.Y. TIMES
"Breathtaking . . . close to perfection . . guaranteed to make you very happily
drunk." !-JAMES AGEE, The Nation

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Do you prefer to see L.A.-Hollywood on your own at your own convenience? Then stay with
us. All tours to major attractions available from hotel, or rent an Avis car, $10 a day (1
person or 6). Driver 18 years or older-Ford LTD's or Monte Carlo. Also: 2 complimentary
cocktails anytime during your stay. The Hacienda has two lounges with live entertainment.
Visit our own discotheque-24 hour coffee shop. Special 98c breakfast. All rooms color TV.
Five min. from Marina and Manhattan beaches.

. . . without qualification, a masterpiece . . exhilarating, refreshing
miracle."-DWIGHT MACDONALD
NOTE TIMES: 7 and 10:30
SOME SEATS WILL BE REMOVED .. .SO BRING PILLOWS, ETC.

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313 (662-5671).

Or write directly to Hotel:
525 Sepulveda Blvd.-EI Segundo, Calif. 90245
Phone (213) 322-1212

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and Inundated with Sound,
and still have some money
Buy our Advent, Kenwood, Garrard,
Ieft over: Shure system for $400 complete.

If you have begun to look around for
a good home music system that won't
set your bank account back by more
than four hundred dollars, you may
have become confused by the vast
selection of componens tnow on the
market.
If you have tried to educate yourself
by reading up in some audio maga-
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further confused by hard to believe
and perplexing advertising claims.
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available, some might sound Wonder-
ful, some Mediocre, and some Terrible.
Some will orove to be Ultimately Re-
liable, and others will more or less'
quickly Disintegrate.
Clearly you want a music system
which will.be both Wonderful (so you
will be Happy,) and Ultimately Re-
liable( so you and your investment
will be Secure.)
We can help you; please read on.
We describe a four-hundred dollar
component system which represents
more value and reliability than has
previously been available. (A year
ago it would have been necessary to
spend at least five hundred dollars to
bring home this amount of perform-
ance.) Two new products mgke this
system possible: the new Smialler
Advent Loudspeakers and the new
Kenwood KR-4130 FM stereo receiver.
The Smaller Advent Loudspeakers are
just like the original Advent Loud-
speakers in every quantifiable and
audible respect, except that they are
smaller, less expensive and won't play
as loud. This means that on most kinds
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The Smaller Advent is the only
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on almost all source material.
"Sounds unbelievable," you say.
"How can they do it?"
The Smaller Advent Loudspeaker is
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is based on proven, albeit creative,
acoustical engineering. To build a
loudspeaker with full low bass capa-
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small around of efficiency.
The Kenwood KR-4130 that we are
recommending provides more than
enough power to satisfy both you and
the Advents: it delivers 21 watts RMS
into four ohms, across the entire audio
range, at les than 0.5% total distor-
tion. (RMS is the most demanding of

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is the one used by engineers rather
than by advertising men.)
Because the Kenwood KR-4130 and
the Smaller Advent speakers are of
such high quality, they will together
cleanly produce any distortion,
rumble, wow, or flutter that is con-
tributed by a less than excellent
turntable/cartridge combination. We
therefore recommend the Garrard
SL55B automatic turntable with a
Shure M44E cartridge. The 55B has a
good heavy platter, a smooth and
gentle changing mechanism, and a
convenient cueing control. The Shure
cartridge reproduces high frequencies
ith exceptional clarity; it therefore
complements the high frequency cap-
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the Advent loudspeakers.
The system price is $399.95.* All
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from 20th Century-Fox staring DOLLY READ / CYNTHIA MYERS / MARCIA MC BROOM
JOHN LA ZAR / MICHAEL BLODGETT / DAVID GURIAN / Co-starring EDY WILLIAMS
Produced and Dfrected by RUSS'MEYER / Screenplay by ROGER EBERT
Story by ROGER EBERT and RUSS MEYER PANAVISION' Color byDELUXE'
Hear THE SANDPIPERS and THE STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK on f .. . ,n,,s
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there has never been
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DECEMBER 15th ONLY
SHOWS AT 7:00, 9:00, 11 :00 P.M

RESTRICTED
Paror aut GuearO,

o- rena its* An Ingo Preminger Production
Sta"in DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD TOM SKERRITT
SALLY KRMAN - 'r DVALL -fJO ANN PFL-U - RENE AUBERJON3S Produced by INGO PREMINGER
Oected by ROBERT ALTMAN Screenplay by RING LARDN, Jr. From a novel by RICHARD HOOKER
Music by JOHNNY MANDEL PANAVISION8 COLOR by DeLuxe'
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING ON COLUMBIA RECORDS
DECEMBER 12th and 13th
SHOWS SUNDAY AT 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, I PM.
AArnIrIA\/ AT , "7 0 1 n DAA

FRIDAY, DEC 17th and
SUNDAY, DEC. 19th ONLY!
The Award-Winning
GEORGE C. SCOTT
SHOWS FRIDAY AT 7:00, 10:00 P.M.
SUNDAY AT 7 :00, 10:00 P.M.
(Note Schedule Change for
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