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Saturday, October 5, 1974

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

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FOR RENT

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SIX ROOM, LARGE HOUSE for j LEASE CANCELLATION. Close toj
rent. Furnished, close to campus. campus, S. University location. Fur- SOUTH VIEW APARTMENTS
$340/mo. 994-5418. 06U103 nished 1-bdrm. apt. Immediate oc-S
$340/mo. 994-5418. 300105 cupancy. STUDENTS WELCOME
MEDICAL CENTER COURT: Effi- CAMPUS RENTALS Extra large unfurnished apartments;I
ciency 1-2 bdrm. apts., ideal hos-,bus service to door every , hours.-
pital and campus location. Call 662-.r Studio, 1-bdrm. 2-bdrm. Rent starts
2950, McKinley Associates. 4401012 1 335 S. University $135. Also available furnished. Grov
665-8825 St. at Factory St. in Ypsi. One block
CHATHAM VILLAGE, ideal location, off I-94 at Huron exit. cCtcI
1-2 bedroom apts. Stadium at Paul MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5:30 LARE -B
ine. 761-1897. McKinley Associates. SATURDAY 10-2 1LRE2-BDRM. APT. Utilities
4501012 cCtc paid. Immediate occupancy. $250/
--- mo. 994-5601. 59C106
OWN ROOM in house. $55 mo. Call AVAILABLE immediately, one bed-
761-7447. 520106 room furnished, parking space and CAMPUS/HOSPITALS
761-447 52106utilities incl., $185. Scott Plakun,/
LARGE, 2-bedroom, furnished apt. 769-6800. 7C1 2 bedroom, air conditioned, parking,
Available immediately. Campus 1-76-8._7 !8furnished. quiet people only, $265/
Avaiabl imediaely Capus 0- ~~~mo., ask for Doug. days: 769-9215,
cation. $266/mo. includes all utili- A BL E T Yas: 7or-Dou.d7 15,
Ar._rlgnr 1.d,. 0n AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY evenings: 761-2192. 370106

MISCELLANEOUS
movies
THE PAPER
CHASE
Tonight!
Angell Hall
Aud. A
7 & 9 Adm. $1.25
Tickets on Sale at 6:00
SUNDAY: ISLAND
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UN"J E.5 5 I WAITRESS and kitchen help want-
ed, Stadium Restaurant, apply in '
person, flexible hours. 338 S. State.
41H111
day-F rid py RESPONSIBLE young person to do
occasional housecleaning. Call eves.
----- - - - - or weekends, 971-0032. 39H110;
S ROO}MMATES~PROCEDURES ANALYST: Experi-
RO M A E ence with MITS, Fortran and list
processing. Knowledge of graph the-
YOUR OWN ROOM in a vegetarian ory and statistical inference. Experi-
house. $80 month. Close to campus.i ence in social science research de-
Call 665-5443. 49Y108 sirable. Half-time, flexible hours.
WOMAN NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Phone Stan Bernstein, 662-8819, 763-
to share two-bedroom flat with two 4212. 55H109
seniors. 665-0309 persistently. STUDENT JANITOR needed, morn-
63Y104 ings, approx. 2 hrs./day, Mon.-Sat.
BLACK ROOMMATE SERVICE, Male See Mr. Gamn at the Michigan
and female Share 2-bdrms fin Daiy, 420 Maynard St. d

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PERSONAL
TA-GESTALT GROUP for Women,
Monday afternoons. Sliding fee
scale. 663-5869 for further info.
59F105
PEACHY CREAM PRODUCTIONS
(Zazzuzoo Revue, Tapioca Holiday)E
Peachy Cream Productions needs
musicians interested in all music-
from show to pop to rock, rhythm
and blues. We are a cooperative tre-
atre group and want musicians who
will really put out. All instruments
welcome. Call Dr. Bonaye! at 763-
6651, or come to audition at the
Halfway Inn, East Quad, Saturday,
Oct. 5 at noon. 80F105
INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION of,
truth. Baha'i Faith. 764-9868. Please1
feel free to call cF108
UNION
BILLIARDS
BOWLING

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed priordto publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed, or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days.

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ties. Phone 665-5416 or 764-2390-
3 ROOMS available in Alice Lloyd 521 W alnut St.
dorm thru May. Call for further in- Campus-Hospital Area
fo. 764-6964, 764-6957, 764-4969. Modern, beautifully furnished, 4-
1801011 Modern, eatiully furied,.-
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MUSICAL MDSE., 58M105
RADIOS, REPAIRS KARATE U-M Tae Kwon Do Club.
- - -For information call Bill, 663-9180:I
FOR SALE: 1 pair Bose 501 series Randy, 662-5215. 21M1010
2 speakers, $225. And 1 Sansui AU-
505 amp, $100. Both $300. Like new. SIX ROOM, large house for rent.'
Ed 665-5391. Call after 6 p.m. 08X105 Furnished, close to campus. $340/
' - - - - -- mo. 994-5418. 06C103
PIONEER 5X525 Receiver. Garrard
Turntable with Shure M91ED cart- Rat
ridge. $225.00. 994-0524. 82X106; Free Rall

d1 U I C. lr: GU r1r., 111
apts. 764-9556. FREE. 60Y106
FEMALE SOCIAL WORK student
needs roommate for apartment near
campus. Own room. $122.50. 668-
6923. 51Y109
MALE NEEDED for 2-bdrm. apt.,
own room, $112. Call Jim after 5,
663-7334. 43Y105
GRAD OR WORKING WOMAN to
find and share 2-bedroom apart-
ment. Sheryl, 764-1210 days, 668-
6449 evenings. 01Y106
WOMAN NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
to share two bedroom flat with two
seniors. 665-0309 persistently.
56Y106
OWN ROOM in 2 bdrm, apt., huge,
airy living room, furnished, separ-
nt rthnRPA1 ienaa M

PSSSST!
A new concept in renting. We match
people to place. Something for ev-
eryone's budget. 7 days, 9-9, Rent-
er's Aid, 994-4300. cCtc
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS APTS.
FALL RESERVATIONS
2 flocks to Campus

man, z2rerms., asnwasner, air,
curity system.
MODERN APTS. INC.
668-6906 or 663-3641
office at 418 E. Washington
basement

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Pool
24 hour security
Laundry Facilities
8 Month Single Liability
536 S. Forest
761-2680

Lease

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SINGLE ROOM in house, full privi-
leges. $75 mo. 662-5039. 130105
CHARMING two-bedroom flat in
nearby community, reasonable rent,
children and pets welcome. Renter's
Air, 994-4300, Service Fee. Member
C of C. cOtc
NEWER 2-BEDROOM APT., furn-
ished, parking. $245 mo. 1111 S.
State. 971-2748. 1201010
Married Students
Townhouses:
1 bedroom, $143
2 bedroom, $178
Subsidized rent includes: shag 'car-
pet, full basement, central air-con-
ditioning, private patio, gas heat,
water and all appliances. Children
and small pets welcome. Eligibility
requirements prohibit singles under
60. Just 20 minutes from U-M at
Danbury
Park Manor
9402 McArthur Blvd.
482-1333
Office open Monday 4-9;
Tues., Wed., Fri. 8-1
Saturday 8-12
Closed Thurs. and Sun.

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3-DM. oowakt SANSUI 200OX stereo $225. Sansui Da L sC mo. David 994-0363. dYlOS
SR 2050C turntable $75. Pair AKAI Dan E sberg" - -
3-BDRM., pool, walk to hospitals, I
$245/mo. Available now., 764-4240 6-way speakers $300. 449-4509. J.USED CARS
days, 769-2232 eves. 740108 47X105 I- ----
__--- _ . 11970 VW BUG. Rebuilt engine, AM-
NT: di FOR SALE: Nikko STA 80-80 receiv- FdFM. 8-track stereo. Needs some body
APARTMENT FOR RNThed 2 er, 45 watts RMS per channel into Ho lly NeaUr work. One ownerebeavingcouery.
ate Occupancy, furnished 2-bdrm. 8 ohms, $300. Phone 764-6642. 0 V e ok n welaigcuty
for 2, 3, or 4 people. From $225. 917 43X106 $1600. 663-1288 after 5. 83N106
Packard and 815 ,South State. Also 4X06{Sat~. Oct. 5-8:30 p.m .
Packrd nd 15 Souh Sate Alo -Rackham Aud. 1971 VW BUG. Runs well. 668-7969.
unfurnished 3-bdrm. at $280, 1025 USED YAMAHA Spinet Piano, $145. Indochina Peace Campai1n 4796
Packard. Lease terms negotiable. A unique instrument. Apollo Music Io3e104 0
Ann Arbor Trust Co. 769-2800. 762-9430. cXtc 93M105UT
e~ic_______---- ---- --- ---- -- '66 PLYMOUTH, it runs, must sell.
---- -- ------ SPEAKERS MANUFACTURERS- ADVICE on getting UM in-state 665-8296 persistently. 36N106
DIRECT. Save $$ on Stereo Com- residency. October 8, Tuesday 8:00 1967 PONTIAC Catalina. Gets great
ponents. Call Johnny Zener, 769- p.m. Student Legal Aid 4310 Michi-!gas mileage. Minor body damage,
2221, all night. 04X108 gan Union. 25M108 i$150 or best offer. Days 764-0114,
- 193 GIBSON GUITAR, Apollo Mu- BUSINESS SERVICES ees and weekends 761-4347.1N106
8 Month Single sic Center, 761-9430. cXtc'
._ _ _ _--ITYPING, fast and reasonable. '62 JAGUAR MARK II sedan 3-8
Liability Lease HAVE QUESTIONS about your new (Gloria) 994-5398. After 5:30. 54J1012 litre, 6 cyl. 769-3806. 97N108
or used guitar? Learn proper care
S. University at from your friends at Apollo Music EXPERT TYPING. Non-scientific '67 FORD PICKUP TRUCK, no rust,
enter, 769-1400. cXtc work preferred (but not required). excellent. 421 W. Washington, Ann
Forest - - Prices negotiable. Call 665-7165 after Arbor, 663-3536. 39N105
ores LOST AND FOUND 6. 98J108
Call Or Visit 11970 PLYMOUTH Belvedere. V-8,
536 S. Forest 761 -2680 LOST: MacGregor baseball glove, NEED HELP WITH PAPERS? automatic, power steering. Very de-
last week near Fuller Field. Senti- Rewriting, proofreading, some typ- pendable. 994-0353. 23N105
mental value. Reward. Daniel ing, BA in English and former news- -
UN IVERSITYBridges. 994-3153. 38A108 paper editor. Call Elaine 769-6762 PETS AND SUPPLIES
- - _ evenings. 40J1012 - - --- - -
TOW ERS APTS. RING FOUND at corner of Maiden ---------- - LABRADOR PUPS. AKC, shots and
cCte Lane and Maiden Lane Ct. Identify PIANO INSTRUCTION: all levels, wormed, champ pedigree. 6 wks.
and it will be returned. 668-7561 For inteiview call David Brassfield. 1-349-5920 25T106
LARGE, FURNISHED ROOM with after 6. dA105 663-5284. 38J109 -- . - ---
refrigerator. No cooking or pets. I BIKES AND SCOOTERS
Burns Park, 663-1392 persistently. FOUND: on Arch near State. Fe- EARLY HOUR WAKE-UP SERVICE
050108 male puppy. Black with light brown For prompt, courteous wake-up serv- BIKE, lock, chain, Concord 10-speed,
----- ----- paws. Wearing black collar with ice. 973-0760. cJtc 25" frame, alloy parts, $125. Chris,
studs. 761-0336. dA15 -- -- 761-7511. 92Z109
THE LOST: SR50 T. I. Calculator. Re- DDING SALE FOR SA L E
ward offered for ieturn. 764-3705.
LI1 Ul A K IrnC 73A108 Mattresses and Box Springs I THROW IT! Comnleti tter's

BABYSITTER, must live-in, $50wk.
plus room and board. 971-4972 per-
sistently. 14H1010
WIDE AWAKE, strong, dependable
person to get disabled woman ready#
for work. Approx. 7:30-9:30 a.m.
Huron-State area. 764-9149 days.
662-2734 eves., weekends. 34H106j
PART-TIME OFFICE HELP wanted.
Call 769-5196. 35H106
HELP WANTED! the University Cel-
lar will be taking applications for
winter book rush 1975 from Oct. 5-
Oct. 20, 1974. Please apply at the in-I
formation desk at the rear of the
store, basement of the Michigan
Union or call for further informa-
tion. 769-7940. 4811120
NEEDED: research assistant for t
fundraising campaign. Graduate li-
brary science or math student pre-;
ferred. Must be work study approv-I
ed. Contact Project Community -
763-3548 and 9. 87H1010
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 1 yr. old
boy. Tues. afternoons, 12:30-5:30,
plus one weektnd eves. Own trans-
portation preferred. 971-3705.
61H108
TALENTED Algebra/Geometry tutor
needed by good student with low
math ability. My home. Portal to
portal pay. 632-7191. Hartland.
66H108
RECEPTIONIST person with driver's
license. M thru F, 3:00-6:00. Task,
761-4146. 67H109
SHIPPING and RECEIVING. A per-
son for young dynamic company.
Start at $3.75 per hour. (Wage can
be improved substanially). Plymouth
area. (Respond to Box No. 25, Mi-
chigan Daily.) 28H111
HOUSEWORK 1 or 2 days/wk. Re-
ferences. Call 662-2491. 30H106
TECHNICAL manuscript typist, term
paper experience, interest in science
and languages. 15 hrs./wk. min.,
$2.25 to start. STS, Inc. 662-6978.
4111106
DO YOU HAVE a car and 1 or 2
nights a week to spare? Make $25-
$30 a night. Call Mr. Pizza 769-8030.
4011106
CATALOGUER Pre-Colombian Cer-
amicos from Ecuador-Tolita, Carchi,
Bahia, others. $6/hr. Daily Box 19.
57H105
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF has openings
for part-time help to work from
5 p.m.-I a.m. two or three nights a
week. Ideal for college students who
have late classes. Right person could
progress to management. Weekend
hourssalso available and flexible.
Company benefits and better than
minimum pay. Apply in person be-
tween 2-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. at either
Arby's Restaurants on .Waslatenaw
Road down from Arborland in Ann
Arbor, and across from K-Mart in
Ypsi. 2911905
PERSONAL.
BLACK ROOMMATE SERVICE. Fine
Super-Hip 2-bedroom apartments
have vacancies for brothers and sis-
ters. This service is FREE. 764-9556.
dFlO8
MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE!
Examination Conditioning
M.C.A.T., L.S.A.T. and G.R.E.
TEST CENTER 662-3700
cFtc
OPEN EARLY - OPEN LATE
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 South University

Get vour Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
GROWN SO FAST, we've gone com-
puter! Free questionnaire, details:
Saturday Night Insurance, Box 543,
DESPERATELY NEED home for
sweet female cat. Will pay spaying.
Call 663-6692 evenings thru Oct. 4,
then 665-5976. 50F113
GOOD MUSIC TONIGHT
Campus Pinball
1217 South University
OF110
GAY ACADEMICS UNION invites
all interested persons to meet Sun-
day, 7 p.m., 432 Fifth St. (west of
Main) to discuss Gay Studies Pro-
gram with Educational Innovation
Advocate. Info 763-4186, 761-2044
(Gay Hotline), 663-4671. 32F106
STUDENTS!
SINCE 1925 GREENE'S CLEANERS
HAVE OFFERED FREE PICKUP
& DELIVERY. CALL
662-3231
Daily pickup and delivery
to all dorms
cFtc
Original, Handcrafted, Jewelry. Gold,
Silver, Gems. WEDDING BANDS.
Jhan, 769-7550. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
-Today 11 A.M.-12 Mid.

I Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
I MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE*ATGSB

board exams. For information call:
(313) 354-0085, cFtC
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding and
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY is im-
portant enough to hire a profession-
al for. Weddings by David-special-
izing in creative photography since
1968. Call 994-5440 for appointment.
cFtc
THE LATEST IN MAKE-UP at the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. eFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFto
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
xhile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
PUBLISHED AUTHOR will write,
rewrite, edit, type. 761-2642. 44F031
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Can anyone
do what
you do,
any better?
You're pretty darn good at
your job. But today, we all have
to consider how we can do
our work a little better. That's
how each of us.can help
keep our jobs here in America.
For now and for the future.
America. It only works
as well as we do.
The National Commseoa a /oC. ld a. W-olflin as.

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ROOM and BOARD for reliable grad PERSONAL
student, in exchange for about 20
hr. /wk. help with housework and WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod, or
children. Lovely contemporary home traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
is located in serene neighborhood cFtc
1 miles from campus. 663-9845.
75E108 BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
WHY W.AkK FARTHER? TUTORING COURSES

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1 and 2 bedroom apartments nestled
on top of Broadway Hill. Lighted
tennis court, pool, security lock sys-
tem and more. Buses to and from
campus daily.
I 1697 Broadway, Apt. 303

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769-3672
8501016

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JSKK\SPARTY
Saturday, October 5
9:00 p.m.
at AE Pi, 1620 CAMBRIDGE
FOOD-DRINK-SiNGING-DANCING
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
GIVEN BYj
AE Pi (The Jewish Fraternity)
HEBREW HOUSE (The Jewish LIVE-IN CO-OP)
H HILLEL and YAVNEH

TICKETS
M.S.U. TICKETS: need four togeth-
er. Gale, 1-223-7319 days. 1-331-2182.1
40Q112
FOR SALE: UM-MSU tickets. Large
number together. 763-1644. 50Q105
WANTED: 4 MSU-Michigan tickets.,
Call 1-363-9480. 27Q1011
WANTED: 4 tickets together or 2
pairs for UM-MSU game. 763-6736.
22Q106
FOR SALE: MSU TICKETS. Consec-
utive seats. Call Franky 764-3672.
{ 62Q102
WANTED: 2 non-student tickets to
U.M.-M.S.U. game. 517-339-9727.
dQ105
WANTED: 4 tickets together or 2
pairs together. Any place in stadium
for Michigan-Michigan State game.
Call 769-6223 eves. 94Q105
WANTED: two Mich.-MINN. foot-
ball tix together, prefer sec. 25, 26,
27. Call Paul at 764-9584 or 665-8744.
07Q103
TRANSPORTATION
COUPLE NEEDS transport to Jeffer-
son Starship Concert. Bruce, 663-
7139 57G108I
WANTED TO RENT
ONE WOMAN EFFICIENCY apart-
ment, $120 or less. 769-9329 and ask
for Sue. dL108

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Custom-Made $84.60 complet
Mattress only $44.60 and up
52 years service. Locally owne
Same day delivery
C 1 761-2277
ANN ARBOR BEDDIN
1002 Pontiac 4

a 1tlvw 1! wmple pvLe
e wheel with or without frame. Rare-
ly used but contains millions of po-
tenially great spirits that have yet
d. to be released. How much are you
willing to pay? Call Karen at 994-
5960. dB108
G THUNDER PRINCETON REVERB
practice amp.. vox wahwah pedal,
cJtc 3x3 Norcold refrigerator. 668-7574.
42B108

TUTORING, EE, Statistics. Math, r-.-
Computers. Call Walt. 994-3594. cJte HARD HOOD PORTABLE HAIR
- - - -- ----- --DRYER, 4 temperatures. Excellent
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean, condition. Best offer. Call 764-1091,
94-3594, 10 a.m.-l0 p.m. cJtc nights best. 46B108
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath GARAGE SALE: 9-5, Sat.-Sun.
5x6x4" materials and labor. $189. Bdrm. set, couch, tables, lamp,
Call 483-4615. eCJt china, bicycles, French doors, dou-
T ble-hung windows, much more. 2664
PHOTO SUPPLIESAntietam. - ------ -26B106
MAKE MOVIES: Fujica 2-600 Super STEREO Component System: Two
8 movie camera, Honeywell Elmo Wharfdale (60) Speakers, Eico amp-
projector, Day-lite screen, editor and preamp-FM tuner, AR turntable.
viewer-all for only $270. Call 662- Excellent condition, $250. Call 663-
9412. 32D105 8924. 28B106
DARKROOM SERVICES from pro- DISHWASHER, portable, $20; Stove,
fessional studio. Choice of develop- $50. Perfect condition. 665-7998.
ers, Special services for thesis pa- 84B 105
pers. Studio 'C', 209 S. Fourth Ave. -
665-4550, cDtc STEREO TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER
------- ---- -- ----- $10, Lafayette LA125T, Concord Mark
NEW CARS 3 Tape Deck $30. Call 665-8726.
99B105
AL FA ROMA EO IGIANT GARAGE SALE. Several
homes on Baylis Court off King
Up to 32 Miles Per Gallon George, Georgetown. Great variety
1974 of clothing, toys, furniture, tools,
Roadsters. Coupes and 4-Doors plants, and other good stuff Sat-
TOYOTA ANN ARBOR urday and Sunday, Oct. 5-6, 10 a.m.
907 N. Main, 769-7935 to 6 p.m. 90B105
WANTED TO BUY 130-40% OFF. Largest selection of
sheepskin coats for men, women and
WANTED: 1 double mattress. Call children. We buy, sell, appraise used
668-6020. 53K106 and new oriental rugs. Persian
..___-------- .- House, 320 E. Liberty, 769-8555.

For Couples
Special Rates
Pocket Billiards
At the Union

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
CLERK BALD ASIR
HAN I OLIO R 0 S A
ANVIL L0NGJOHNS
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BE HAPPIER...
SCIENTOLOGY WORKS
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy. 668-6113. cFtc

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WANTED: one refrigerator 2-5 cu.
ft. Call 764-9768. 86K106
WANTED: one calculaor, call 663-
6528 afer 4 p.m. dK103

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ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE with
cabinet, many attachments. Call
662-2491. 29B106,

Welcome to
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 South University
cF918
WE MAKE THE
DIFFERENCE
UM STYLISTS
AT THE UNION
a cF106
MEN - WOMEN!
JOBS ON SHIPS! No experience re-
quired. Excellent pay. Worldwide
travel. Perfect summer job or ca-
reer. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX, Dept. J-10 P.O. Box 2049,
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PRESENTS:
The 2nd Annual

THE JEWISH GRAD GROUP
INVITES YOU TO A
Volleyball and Potluck

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5 Nagging one 48I
10 Ore deposit 51
14 Fine printing 52
stocks
16 Seed covering 571
17 Depreciatory 59
18 Enthusiasm
19 Dallas school: 60
Abbr. 621
20 Wild geranium 63l
22 Measures: Abbr. 64
24 Miss Dinsmore 65
25 Restaurant 661
employee
29 Haul up (a sail)
and lash with 1.
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the Pleiades 3
34 Small bed
36 -. pros 4
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38 Shot or top 5
39 Drink for 6
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41 Term of 9
endearment 10
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45 Look of contempt 13

Arboreal
mammals
Rose extract

Ad -
States of
servitude
Aunt: Sp.
Two-wheeled
vehicle
Serving to warn
Formerly
Recipe item
Very: Ger.
Yorkshire city
Peak in Thessaly
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Apple seeds
Wartime concern
of the FBI
Hear and decide
(a case)
Relative of 57
Across
Mast
Down: Prefix
Thinks
Carpenter's tool
Chemise
Less inclined to
work
City on the Oka
Watch part,
Building wing

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Curve
Certain British
ales
Porcine residence
Distorts
Redford and
Vaughn
City in Oklahoma
Type of lily
Sins
New York
collegians
Mademoiselles
Famous car-
toonist
Shortening
Catalina: Abbr.
Religious festival
Sunset color
Dravidian
language
"Thine --"
Wind indicator
St. Louis
landmark
Encircle
Summers, in
Paris
Turf
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COMMUNITY ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR
WHERE? Farmer's Market, Ann Arbor
WHEN? Sunday, October 6, 1:00-7:00 p.m.
WHAT? 100 Artists and Craftspeople
demonstrating and selling their work
WHO? Open to everyone, no admission charge
This will be the Guild's last outdoor show of the 1974 season. One hundred
artists and craftspeople from all over Michigan will be at the Farmer's
Market to sell their work. Come to the fair to learn as well as to buy;
many participants will be demonstrating their techniques. Come watch the
potters at their wheels; the weavers at their looms, and the artists at their
easels.

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Supper at
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3-? p m.
Sunday, October 6
RIDES LEAVING HILLEL AT
2:45 p.m.-1429 HILL ST.
Bring a dish to shareI
FRISBEES & FOOTBALLS NEEDED
(in case of rain, stoy home & read the TALMUD)
INDOCHINA
STILL AMERICA'S WAR
LET US FINALLY END IT
What has been done? What can be done?
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SAM'S
STORE*
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Sta-Prest Bells
LEVI"S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs

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Sweatshirts . .from $5.98
Flannel Shirts from $4.98
Sweaters . .. . from $8.98

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