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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 17, 1971 4

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

'557

FOR RENT
ROYAL DUTCH apartments for fall.
715 Church St. within walking dis-
tance of campus, furnished and air-
conditioned. Call 761-6156, 769-2164,
761-3466. 96049
ROOM FOR MALE, $30, no lease, im-
mediate occupancy. 769-952. 14037
EDINBURGH apartments for fall. 912
Brown St. Convenient campus loca-
tion. All minor conveniences. Call
761-6156 or 761-3466. 94C49
ONE SPACE available for immediate
occupancy at North Campus Co-ops,
863-6206. 28C47
1-B3DRM.APARTMENT available March
1. Furnished, parking available. Call
769-3230. Near campus. 00C41
ROOM NOW FOR RENT in co-op type
house. $60 including utilities. 769-
4298. 99C38
ROOM FOR RENT IN HOUSE. $64/mo.
Call 665-2227. 05C37
GRAD OR YOUNG .STAFF member
wanted to share apartment some dis-
tance from campus. Heated garage.
No lease. $80/mo. Call Pete, 663-8916
or 483-0500, ext. 237. 61C38
HELP-Female roommate wanted, Rent
negotiable. 769-3532. 12C37
Arbor Forest !
August Occupancy
Sumptuous 4-man units in
modern secure bldg. On campus
Shown by appt. Call 663-6052
10 a.m.-6 p.m. M-F, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Sat.
Ctc
2-BDRM. LUXURY furnished ap. for
immediate occupancy. 3 blocks from
campus. Short term lease available.
Call 662-9892. 86036
FURNISHED 2-bdrm. apt. available im-
mediately, all conveniences. 1-864-
3852 or 1-353-7389. Ctc
FEMALE. Modern Apartment. Available
immediately. Near campus. Garage.
761-8073. 88X29
AVAILABLE for immediate occupancy.
Modern 4-man apartment. 2 bed-
rooms, balcony, parking, $260/mo. No
lease. Prime location, S. University
and Forest. 668-7517. 89037
CAMPUS-LARGE-FALL
521 Walnut St.
Modern, dishwasher, furnished,
very large
3 or 4 man 2 bedrooms
Information 668-6906 app'ointments.
Ctc
CAMPUS-1 BLOQK
418 E. Washington
Frieze and Angell Hall area
MODERN ONE BEDROOMS
Furnished for 2 or 3 students
Information 668-6906 apointments
Ctc
ROOM FOR RENT. Hill near Washte-
naw. 761-1431. 22037
KING'S INN apartments for fall. 939
Dewey. Modern apartment building,
air-cond. and furnished. Underground
parking available. Call 761-8364, 761-
6156, 761-3466. 38C37
ROYAL DUTCH Apartments for fall.
715 Church St. Within walking dis-
tance of campus, furnished and air-
conditioned. Call 761-6156, 769-2164,
761-3466. 36037
CAMPUS - FALL
3 and 4-man, 2-bedroom
Furnished, air, balconies
911 S. Forest
Call 668-6906 for appts.
Ctc
EDINBURGH Apartments for fall. 912
Brown St. Convenient campus loca-
tion. All minor conveniences. Call
761-6156 or 761-3466. 3537
2 BDRM. FURN. units on campus,
avail, for fall. McKinley Assoc., 663-
6448. 15Ctc

FOR RENT

CAMPUS-HOSPITAL I
FALL
4-man
663-4101
337 E. Huron
Campus Management, Inc.
\ Ctc
921 . Division
2 bdrm., 3 or 4 man apt.
air cond., balcony, parking
Call Greg, 769-4228
580441
CHOICE
APARTMENTS
FOR FALL
Reserve Yours Now
PRICE LIST AVAILABLE
Rental Office
815 South State - Apt. 9
662-5740
ANN ARBOR
TRUST CO.
Property Management Dept.
769-2800
Ctc
LARGE ROOM for male behind South
Quad. With refrigerator. Grad pre-
ferred. $60/mo. 769-0136. 61023
1 OR 2 GIRLS immediately-Spacious
apt. Call Marla before 5 p.m., after
6, 769-7185. 45085
LOOKING
Why not tell people what you are
looking for? Tell them cheaply, yet
effectively in Daily classifieds, 764-
0557, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 764-0557. CD68
1 MAN to share luxury apt. Convenient
location. 761-2069. 10Y75
4%/ MO. LEASE in professional frat.
$70/mo. from Dec. 20-2250 Fuller Rd.
761-0825 after 6. 21C79
PARKING SPACES for rent on E. Uni-
versity. Call 769-7975. CC

FOR SALE
STEREO tape deck. FM tuner, 8 tapes
and carrying case. 483-0681. 60B37
'67 VW. 57,000 miles. Good condition.
Owner leaving country. 662-5855. 35B39
JBL custom-built speaker systems. 12",
3-way. Fantastic sound. Must sell.
761-7749. 34B37
ARMSTRONG FLUTE for sale. Good
condition. Call Sue, 769-3290. 26B41
KUSTOM-MADE clothes, alterations,
and embellishments for the connois-
seur. Call Fatt Catt Enterprises, 761-
3149. 23B39
HARMON-KARDON 210 stereo receiver,
Allied 12" speakers. New $400, ask-j
ing $250. Will sell separately. Russ,1
761-8023. 21B42
FOR SALE-Everything must go! West-I
inghouse Maytag washer and dryer,
Kirby vacuum cleaner, 761-0597. 19B40
GRETSCH American-made drum set.
Asking $325. Call 764-7962. 16B39j
Gibson LG-1 GUITAR with case. Call
764-7962. 15B39
AQUARIAN sleeper water beds are the
finest made. Sold only by Tom and
Harry in Mich. King size $39.00 guar-1
anteed. 662-5671. 13B42
FISCHER XT-100 Amplifier, Sony 350
Tape Deck. Call 665-5154. 09B41
QUALITY STEREO components and
systems, cheap. 764-0825 7-9 p.m.
week nights, 48B40
WATERBEDS! Ann Arbor's lowest price.
If you don't have the cash, we can
rent. 769-3375, 665-3990. 59B39
SKIS - 195 cm. (67"). Hanover lami-
nated, wood, cable bindings, fiber-
glass bottoms. Also size 10 Vibram
lace boots. Both good condition. $35
(or best offer). 665-8943 after 5 p.m.
29B32
WATER BEDS - all sizes. $55 each.1
Wholesale prices available. Call 769-
8163 or 761-4361, 24B37
GERMAN SHEPHERD, 9 wks. old. Shots.
Cheap. 769-1208. 14B32
THIS IS IT. Waterbeds $29.95. Keep
watching this column. 34B37-
HARDTOP for TR-3. $25. 662-9691. 23B31
FOR SALE-1963 Volkswagen Beetle.
Call Laura or Jim at 769-7293 any-
time before 10 p.m. BEI
2 MO. OLD Masterwork 4-track stereo
tape recorder and Resco Dynamic pro-
fessional mike and stand. $100 for1
both. 761-8542 anytime. 04B18
CORVETTE HARDTOP. Black. Fits '63
to '67. $150. Call 663-0338. B
BEAULIEU 16 MM CAMERA. 1 yr. old.
Reglomatic plus 200-ft. cartridge, bat-
tery, and charger, Dead Tach., no
lens. Listed for $1,355-asking$800.
764-6326. 09H19
MUSICAL MDSE., 1
RADIOS, REPAIRS
DUAL 1209 turntable, Shure cartridge,
8 mo. old. 761-7951. 17X11

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

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21-25
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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

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ROOMMATES WANTED
WANTED-3rd man thru April for mod.
apt, near IM. $72/mo. 668-7040. 70Y40
FOURTH FEMALE roommate wanted.
Two bedroom apartment, South For-
est, no lease. Cheap rent. Call 662-
9348. 01Y41

USED CARS

1963 VOLVO P1800.

$450. Call 665-3993.
08N3'i

2

GIRLS NEEDED for 2-bedroom, 4-man
apartment on campus. 608 Monroe,
No. 7. 761-3861. 18Y23

THIRD GIRL NEEDED NOW - only
$60/mo. Good location. Nice friendly
roommates. Undergrad preferred. Call
Joan, 665-7651 after 5. 02Y23
FALL--NEEDED 2 roommates, furnish-
ed, modern 4-man. $75/man. Rio, 1I
721-6398& 23Y71
BUSINESS SERVICES
ROCK OR JAZZ GROUPS, MUSICIANS,
SINGERS! My business is selling you
talent by playing demo tapes to
10 major record company buyers and
arranging auditions by video tape
for TV appearances in NYC. Talk to
me and get it together. I can oper-
ate on any level. Call D-662-1321. JD
INCOME TAX SERVICE
TAX-RITE
109 S. FOURTH AVE.
761-7199
WEEKDAYS 9-8; SAT. 9-5
73J78
BABYSITTING WANTED by psychology
major. Creative, loving care. Full or
part-time. Individual and group
play. Centrally located. Up to age 3.
Call 769-3947. 04J41
EDITING, WRITING of technical, non-
technical papers, books, reports, etc.
by experienaced University editors.,
Graphics layout, printer contract
services. 761-3206. 65J461
BABYSITTING in my vegetarian home.
Oncampus. 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 665-
0536. -54J39
THESES, PAPERS (ncl. technical) typ-
ed. Experienced,sprofessional; IBM
Selectric. Quick service. 663-6291.

'70 BUICK GS455, 4-speed, RamAir, like
new, 662-9858 persistently. 04N33
L969 TRIUMPH Spitfire, very good con-
dition. 630 Packard, No. 2. 88N10
1962 JAGUAR XKE COUPE. Price $1000.,
769-5098. 74N41
VW, 1968 BUG. Radio, run roof, excel-
lent cond. $1295. 971-7848. 72N40
1963 VW, $300 or best offer. 761-5931.
05N28
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 450, 1968. Must sell now. Best
unreasonable offer. 662-4161. 06Z38
GUARANTEED MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
3 trained mechanics
John, 761-0607 Rodger, 769-7829
Ztf
DUCATI 1967 MONZA 250 c.c. Good con-
dition. $175. 662-0593. 01Z77
PERSONAL
PREMARITAL GROUP forming. (Not an
encounter group.) Open to couples
interested in improving communica-
tion skills. Call 663-6545 Feb. 17, 7-11
p.m.; or call 763-2238 Feb. 18-19, 2-5
p.m. 32F37
PIXIE'S FLEA MARKET
7661 Old Ann Rrbor Rd.-8 mi. east of
Jackson, Mich. 1 block south 1-94
betw. exits 145 and 147. Next to Jay
Motel. Open every day, Sat. and Sun.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Space for 50 dealers,
For selling space call 517-522-4862 or
517-522-4009. 29F42
GRAD COFFEE HOUR-Today (Wed.),
4-6 p.m., 4th floor Rackham. 20F37
WHEN you think of COSMETICS, think
of us. Village Apothecary, 1112 South
University. 38F3
TWO GUYS driving to Mardi Gras Fri-
day, 19th, early afternoon want 2
girls to share expenses. Call 769-
9370. 38F37

PERSONAL
HAVE too many rolls factory sealed
Scotch 203 recording tape. Will sell
CHEAP! 764-6637. 51F40
M.F.C. SAYS don't miss the Gymnastic
Meet Saturday at Criser Arena. 1:30
p.m. against Ohio State. 98F32'
YOU SHOULD have a magician at your
next party. You'll be a remembered i
host. Call Bill, 764-0731. Ftc
IN CONCERT-Juan SERRANO, fla-
menco guitarist. Feb. 19, Pease Audi-
torium, Eastern Michigan University.
Tickets $2.00 students. 73F39
PRIVATE JEWELRY CLASSES. Ten wk.'
course beginning in March. $40.00. s
Call 665-4915 for information. 87F53
IF YOU DON'T come to the Side Show,
well, let's not think about it, but
dealing with a bearded lady is no
fun. FD
EUROPE $159.00
SUMMER: Detroit Departures
3. 5/2 -6/6 Det/Ams/Det. $159
4. 5/5 -6/25 Det/Ams/Det $169'
5. 5/16-8/16 Det/Ams/Det $189
6. 6/25-8/29 Det/Ams/Det $209
7. 7/1 -8/15 Det/Ams/Det $209
8. 8/1 -9/2 Det/Ams/Det $219
SUMMER: New York Departures
9. 5/28-6/27 NY/Lon/NY $199
10. 7/12-8/1 NY/Ams/NY $209
Also, a Complete Range of Travel
Services: Rail Passes; Car Leases &
Purchases; Motorcycles; Intra-Eu-
ropean Charters & Many More.
PLEASE PHONE OR STOP BY AT
EITHER OF OUR TWO OFFICES:
WORLD-WIDE CHARTER
211 South State Street
or
611 Church Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Dial: "ON-A-TRIP"
66-2-8747
Open only to U of M students, facul-
try, staff, and immediate families.
FOR BEVERLY SHIPKO, My only Val-
entine, Love, S.F. 91F35
THE GARGOYLE LIVES!!! Talented?
Feed your ego by seeing your fan-
tastic humor in print!! Call Editor
Mark at 769-5528. Also call if you are
female, rich, or fired up!! FE
I'M LOOKING for a native Japanese
student to tuor me in Japanese 2
hours a week. Call Bob at 769-6273
mornings. FD
"MANKIND IS ONE," Baha'i fireside,
Wed., 7:30, Mosher Lounge, 764-0926.
97F37
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS: Hand-
made, infinite design, various colors
and texts you can dig. To see, call
665-5478 evenings or weekends. Ftc
DEAR JEFF: I hear UAC Executive
Council applications are available in
the UAC office-is this true? JOHN
DEAR JOHN:
Yes, it's true-be the first of your
friends to apply. Get your applica-
tion while the supply lasts. JEFF.
F
UPTIGHT? Learn to relax through hyp-
nosis. Doug Beltz. 482-3315. 6-9 p.m.
8F40
MARTHA COOK BUILDING is receiv-
ing applications for Fall 1971. Present
Sophomores may apply. There will
also be space for a limited number
of Freshmen and Juniors. Please tele-
phone 769-3290 for an appointment.
88F37
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 120
S. University. 663-7151. F
WANTED-Lead singer who likes to
sing R&B. To jam, have fun, and
maybeI3play-gig4.if it works out. Call
Peter at 663-6524. FF
WASH YOUR FACE WITH
STRAWBERRIES
Organic faceacleaner made from straw-
berries. Fantastic stuff: cool deep
pore cleansing. Other organic pro-
ducts still available: Basic H (gen-
eral cleaner-esp. for hand dishwash-
wasihng), Basic D (for dishwashers),
laundry stuff, shampoo, toothpaste.
Call 769-7761. Ftc
YOU SHOULD have a- magician at
your next party. You'll be a remem-
bered host. Call Bill, 764-0731. Ce
EUROPE from $185 Round Trip. Em-
ployment opportunities (U.K.) Dis-
counts, Travel service, Low Car Hire
rentals for Members. Anglo American
Association, 60A Pyle St., Newport,
I.W., England. Ftc
WANT YOUR APT. CLEANED? I've
worked for a professional cleaning
service; know all the tricks. Willing
to clean dirty apts., ovens, refrigera-
tors, etc. Reasonable rates. Call 665-
4908. FD

Your Safe, Legal New York
YuA Iin"TIIkI

PERSONAL
TIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
presents
EUROPE $159.00
SUMMER: DETROIT DEPARTURES
CA007 Det-Lon-Det 5/5 - 6/8 $159.00
CP049 D-Ams-Lon-D 5 6 - 6 '6 $179.00'
CA008 Det-Lon-Det 5/5 - 6/24 $159.001
CA008-A Det-Lon-Det 5,5-6 23 $159.00
CP071 Det-Ams-Lon 5 15 - 6 6 $189.00
CA009 Det-Lon-Det 5/15 - 8/15 $199.00
CA001 Det-Lon-Det 6/28 - 8/28 $219.00
CA002 Det-Lon-Det 6/29 - 8/26 $219.00
CA010 Det-Lon-Det 7/2 - 8/19 $219.00!
CA051 Det-Lon-Det 8/1 - 9/1 $219.001
SUMMER: N.Y. DEPARTURES
AT095 NY-Frankfort-NY 6/11 - 8/10
$199.001
CA014 N.Y.-Lon-N.Y. 5/31-8/13 $199.00
CA013 N.Y.-Lon-N..Y. 6/29 - 7/30 $269.00
Administrative and Travel Services
by Students International
UAC Travel, 2nd floor Michigan Union
763-2147 or 769-5790. 2Ftc
RIDE WANTED to Phoenix area for
Spring break. Will share driving, ex-
penses, company. 769-4289. FF
PAINTING-Student seeks work paint-
ing, wall washing, etc. Fve years
years experience. Call 662-4736. FD
Mini Motor Home
Custom-built 1971 Antelope Motor
Home. 5000 miles. Hot and cold run-
ning water with bath and shower.
AM-FM stereo tape player. Indoor-
outdoor carpet. 60 lb. bottled gas.
Completely self-contained. Ideal for
couple. Built on 1969 VW Bus. 23 mi./
gallon. Full factory warranties. Live
in this with no house payments, rent,
etc. Travel at your own leisure. Cruis-
es 50-70 mph. Paid $6250, must rell
$3995. Will take car, etc. in trade.
Phone 449-2369 persistently. 10F39
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or tra-
ditional. Special designs. Do your own
thing. Call 161-0942 anytime. 80F40
ODD JOBS WANTED-Student desires
work of any kind. Call 662-4736. FD

PERSONAL
10% OFF
On everything! Student Book kService,
Etc
, AT MARTY'S
You'll find the very latest fashions-
such as the 'Cincuenta Flare" by
"Farah." It's 100', Polyester.
MARTY'S MEN'S FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
Ftc
WHY BUY mass-produced wedding
bands? Have yours personally design-
ed. White or yellow gold. Reasonable
prices. Call Jhan. 769-7550 after 4:00.
F79
NEED PAPER or dissertation re-
written, edited? Professional editor,
consultant in technical writing, also
background in free-lance fiction writ-
lig. 769-1924 anytime. 58F32
BLOOD DONORS

URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 & $12 Rh neg-
ative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9-4,
Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need par-
ent's permission.
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-894
Ftc
WOMEN-Is the University giving you
trouble? If you feel oppressed be-
cause of your sex, call Tammy or
Linda, 764-0552. FB
SOVIET UNION with optional routing
through Istanbul and the Balkans.
Driving and camping. 10 weeks. Small
groups. Casual, unrestrictive style.
Call Judy Kahn, 663-9095. FD
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in housing. Questions
should be directed to Off-Campus
Housing, 764-7400.

WITH MAX SHULMAN
(By the author of Rally RoundtheFlag, Boys...DobteGitlie.. . etc.)

_. -aT u v

HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson, NEED A PAPE
Harmony. 209 S. State, 665-8001, 10-7 written, edite
p.m. X consultant in
background in
FISHER 200T STEREO RECEIVER with ing. 769-1924.
walnut cabinet in perfect condition.
New $288.60. Used, $180. Received ex- APARTMENT C
cellent review in AUDIO. Copy on weekly. 761-74
request. Bruce, 764-7846. X K U
-___ ___KEY-PUNCHING
PIONEER PROFESSIONAL Turntable, ends-Joyce,7
cost $229 new, w/Shure M-55E cart- -
ridge, $150. Sony 540 Tape Recorder, EXPERIENCED
$300 new-$225. Olsen 25-watt Stereo elec.), highg
Amplifier, $40. All one year old. $390' livery, same d
takes everything. Call 483-4499 or 662-6282.
662-4736. XD For Pro
term p
Stereo UHER tape recorder. Sony con- CALL D
denser microphone for sale, reason-3 CALD
able and barely used. Please call 769-
1550 after 6 p.m. 67X40 EXPERIENCED
QUALITY STEREO domponents and 3 work in her
systems. Cheap. 764-0825, 7-9 p.m. typing, stuff.
week nights. 87X40 Call Jeanette,
RADIO, TV, HI-FI repair. Antenna in- SALESC
stallation. REASONABLE! 769-6250. "PLACING
XDj ONL
I 2155 JacksonI
ELECTRONIC REPAIR
T.V., stereo, radio. Call Ed Dunn, 769-I
9159 between 6 and 9 p.m. Jtc k PETS A
HARMONY Elec. Guitar and good am- POODLES-AKC
plifier, 66 watt Heathkit amplifier. Happy temper
Call Mike, 662-3353. 56X11 grees. 663-885:

42Jtc

...

cole... but were too classy to ask

ER or dissertation re-
ed? Professional editor,
technical writing, also
n free-lance fiction writ-
Anytime. 68J32
LEANING weekly or bi-
427. 11J9
G, evening and week-
763-2838. 08J85
TYPIST, IBM exec
quality, pickup and de-
day service. Call Renee,
84J79
fessional Typing,
apers and theses
DIANA - 439-1313
3OJtc
SECRETARY desires'
home. Thesis, technical
ing etc. IBM selectric
971-2463. 12Jtc
CONSULTANT
SALESMEN IS OUR
Y BUSINESS"
Rd., Suite 101. 769-8270
Ftc
kND SUPPLIES
C, black, white, silver.
raments, champion pedi-
8. 30T42

OVERLAND EXPEDITIONS TO INDIA.
Leaves London mid-June. $490. Also
charters to London, approx. $190.
Encounter Overland, International
House, 1414 E. 59th St., Chicago, Ill.
60637. 35F
WATERBED lessons available single or
double rates. Call the waterbed men,
Tom and Harry, 662-5671. 10F42
RICHARD LEE, Inc.
PLEASE, don't price me against the
businessmen operating studios. I'm
NOT THE CHEAPEST Photographer
-the best is slightly more expensive
than the rest. Call 761-9452 for
quality. Ftc
WHEN you think of WINE, think of us.
Village Apothecary, 1112 South Uni-
versity. 1Ftc
You might think that now that THE
BLURB has just finished training
five new people, they wouldn't have
the gall to pull a complete new
changeover on him, would you? FD

WANTED: House for 3 or more male
grad students for next fall. 668-7556.
77L40
MAY ON - graduate female desperate-
ly needs cheap apartment or share in
house. Will have first baby in May.
769-4739. 03L41
MALE GRAD desires 1 bedroom apart-
ment or e~ficiency for next year. Call
Dale, 769-0756. LD
WANTED TO RENT for Fall - 3-4-5
bdrm. house, near campus. Please
call 665-8163 anytime. 8608
NEED SINGLE ROOM or apartment for
Fall Term 1971, near campus. Call
John, 764-9600. LO
SUBLET
FIVE-BEDROOM house available for
4-month summer sublet. Call 761-
8591. 37U39
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 4 man apt.,
2 bedrooms, large living room, cen-
tral air cond. 5 min. from Union.
Price negotiable. 663-5635. UD
1-BDRM., 2-MAN; air-cond., parking,
good location, fall option. Evenings,
769-3692. 43U37

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EXPANSIVE SUMMER SPECIAL: 1-2
bi-level, sumptuous double balconies,
air-conditioned, quiet, great location.
543 Church. Cheap. Negotiable. 769-
9463, 99C35
TRANSPORTATION
TWO GUYS driving to Mardi Gras Fri.,
19th, early afternoon want 2 girls to
share expenses. Call 769-9370. 39G37
THREE seeking ride east over spring
break. One to Lancaster, Pa., the
other two to Newark, Delaware. Will
share. Call 761-7305 ask for Dick Bell
or Rick. GD
COUPLE NEEDS RIDE to and/or from
Boston over Spring Recess. Call Patty
769-4186. 98G41
RIDE wanted/exchanged from Saline to
campus; return. noon-4:30 or 5 p.m.
Rolling Meadows area in Saline.
Please write Box K, Michigan Daily.
FEMALE NEEDS RIDE to Fla. over
Break. Carol, 769-3816. 40G41
BOSTON-I wanna go back there Tues-
.Wnea v. Driving9 Call

WORLD FAMOUS MARTIN GUITARS
complete stock
Let's trade
ApolloMusic Center
322 S. Main-Ann Arbor
769-1400
X16;
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - SiberianHusky female, black
and white, 7 ma. old. Brown leather
collar. Lost Feb. 5. REWARD. 662-
1801. 24A40
FOUND-Gray male cat with collar. S.
Division and Cross. 769-7554. AD
FOUND-Diseased orange cat. E. Ann
St. Send to pound or call 665-2337.
AD
FOUND - Woman's silver Candino
watch. Between Angell and Haven
on Feb. 5 about 3 p.m. 761-9330. AD
LOST: Man's Bulova Watch on Thomp-
son (across from Parking structure).
Great sentimental value. Reward. 761-
7391. 02A38
LOST - Small brownish, short haired
puppy approx. 2 months old. Lost in
vicinity of Hill and Tappan. Call 761-
6540. 82A40
6 MONTH OLD pup, male, white with
orangish brown spots, extremely
friendly. If found please return to 402
Benjamin. Answers to Revor. 81A37
FOUND - Small sliderule in brown,
leather case. Packard and Cross. Feb.
9. 662-7812. AE
FOUND-Near Arch and Packard, red-
dish brown puppy. Looks Dachshund
and Cocker. 665-5182. AE
LOST: Brown sketchbook. Urgent! Re-
ward. 662-3484. 15A32

HAVE small PUPPY who needs home,
Yours free. 761-8591. 36T39
SANDARD POODLE, 10 wks., male,
shots, house-trained adult, weight 55
lbs., $75/best offer. 764-5930. 27T41
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES. Please
call 971-0476. 97T32
HELP WANTED
BABYSITTER wanted Tuesdays and
Wednesdays. Hours flexible! 663-5894.
18H39
IF YOU HAVE interest and experience
in sheet music and would like to
work in it full time, please contact
Box 22, the Daily. 07H43
NEEDED-A local photographer cap-
able of doing location photography
and Kodalith development work. Call
University Promotions, 761-5264. H38
TAX-PREPARER - part-time, prefer
grad student w/experience, acoting-
tax courses. Call 662-7608. 75H40
DRUMMER looking for musicians inter-
ested in playing free form jazz. Call
Alan, 662-3537 after .4:30, 83H37
COCKTAIL WAITRESS - experience
not necessary. Salary plus tips. Liber-
ty Inn, 112 W. Liberty, 9-11, apply
before noon. 13H37
LOOKING FOR A JOB?
Talented or experienced or interested
in a particular field? Try placing a
Michigan Daily "BUSINESS SERV-
ICES" or "PERSONAL" ad-and help
a job find YOU. HDtc

NASSAU
Want 5 hot days? Go to Nassau. Serv-
iced by Students International. Sign
up at UAC Travel, 2nd floor Union.
11F41
ORGANIC COMMUNE ORGANIZATION-
AL MEETING-Monday, Feb. 15, 8:30
p m. Leni Bruce Co-op, 1507 Wash-
tenaw. Let's get it together for health
and fulfillment. F
NEED a paper or dissertation re-writ-
ten, edited? Professional editor, con-
sultant in technical writing, also
background in freelance fiction writ-
ing. 769-1924 anytime. 09F38
WOMEN-Express yourselves! We want
stories, articles, poetry, etc. for a
Woman's Anthology. We want rough
drafts too, anything. Call 665-2802 or
drop things at Michigan Daily Box 21.
FE
WATER BEDS - don't consider this a
fad Proven to aid the back and aid
the couple. 50 yr. guarantee. All sizes.
Lowest price anywhere. Willing to
make deals on 5 or more. Four Rivers
Co. 769-8235. Ftc

SIGHT & SOUND, INC.
A FILM PRODUCTION STUDIO
offers related services
1. Sound Recording (studio/location)
2. Still Photography
3. Specialized Color & B&W lab work
7155 Jackson Rd. 665-3316
FU1
Let's get together this Sunday for a
SONGSWAP! Bring instruments if
you can. Eaton Lounge, Baits I, 2-5
p.m. All invited! FD
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call Jim
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to'
see portfolio . F60
$20 LEADING to house rental, 5-10 bed-
rooms for Fall. 668-7987. 71F37

The other night when the little woman and I got home from our
encounter group, I said to her, "Isn't it odd, my dear, that colleges
still haven't tried non-verbal communication?"
(Incidentally, the little woman I refer to is not, as you might
think, my wife. My wife is far from a little woman. She is, in fact,
nearly seven feet high and mantled with rippling muscle. She is a full-
blooded Chiricahua Apache and holds the world's shotput record-
908 feet. The little woman I refer to is someone we found crouching
under the sofa when we rented our flat back in 1924. She has been with
us ever since, although to be perfectly honest, she's really not much
fun to have around. She never speaks except to make a sort of moist,
gagging sound when she's hungry, and she'll often sneak up and tusk
you while you're busy watching television. Still and all, with my wife
away putting the shot most of the time, at least it gives me somebody
to hack around with.)
But I digress. "Isn't it odd, my dear," I said the other night to
the little woman, "that colleges still haven't tried non-verbal commu-
nication?" And it is odd. Why do teachers keep talking to students?
Surely they've learned by now that talking is no way to communicate.
It's been proved over and over in encounter groups, T-groups, sensi-
tivity groups and grope groups that people don't really, truly reach
other people with language. How can they? Words, by their very na-
ture, are ambiguous and artificial and conceal more than they reveal.
There is only one way to really, truly communicate with another hu-
man being, and that is to touch him and feel him. This is honest and
natural and basic and beautiful and legal in some states.
And yet teachers go right on talking. No wonder they get no feed-
back. Let us say, for example, that a teacher is trying to get a student
to learn Boyle's law. Talk won't do it, not even if the teacher talks the
whole semester long. But if one day he will simply and silently reach
out and just hold the student for a minute or two, maybe even dance
with him a little bit, he will find that the student has learned not only
Boyle's law but probably the fox trot too.
And what is more, the teacher will discover he has a new friend.
No longer will student and teacher snarl and make coarse gestures
when they see each other on campus. Instead they will run together;
clasp and nuzzle, trade hats, and finally, without a word-for what do
friends need with words?-repair to a nearby tavern for that friend-
liest of all ceremonies: the sharing of Miller High Life Beer.

No beer binds a friendship the way Miller High Life does. I could
tell you why if I wanted to. In fact, I could go on for hours about the
glories of Miller High Life. But I won't, for we all know, don't we, that
language is not the way to communicate? So here is all I will say.
Get yourself a can or bottle of Miller (a keg if you are a very large
person). Pour a glass for your friend, a glass for yourself. Link arms.
Tie your neckties together. Drink.
Can words describe the resultant euphoria, the enveloping one-
ness, the ripening occlusion? No; words are useless. Just Miller and a
friend; that's all you need to know. And if, by chance, you don't have
a.f.nd at-,+ in M ille Yi'll never walk alnne.

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