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S'nday, October 13, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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

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FOR RENT FOR RENT
FEMALE SPACE in North Campus UNIVERSITY STUDENTS and
Co-op. Call Dave, 663-9283. 6301015 staff - University family housing
units available. Contact Housing Of-
NEEDED: someone to take over fice, 1011 Student Activities Bldg.
lease ASAP room in Bruce Co-op. 763-3168. 7001023
All utilities plus food, $125/mo. Call - - --
761-3834 anytime. 71C1015 E AVAILABLE immeex. Campus-hospi-
tal area. Beautifully furnished large
FURNISHED bet. campus and down- 2-bdrm., dishwasher, air, securityI
town, 1 bdrms. $195, 2-bdrms. $220. system. Rent negotiable. 668-6906.
Short term leases available. Call C
McKinley Assoc. 769-8520. 6401019 - ---------------- - --
ARROWWOOD HILLS CO-OP -
TAKEOVER LEASE in JANUARY on Modern hillside townhouses in the
huge furnished basement efficiency Northside School area. Co-op home
close to campus. All utilities. $165.1 ownership gives you income-tax de-
Call 761-3328. dC1013 ductions of approximately 65% of
2-BDRM., furnished, campus, park- your monthly payments. Member-
ing. $220. After 5, 662-6156. 611024 ship $300. 1 bdrm./$125 per mo. 2
_n.$ __Ar_,__-_ _4bdrms.,/$142 per mo. 3 bdrms./$158
SINGLE ROOM in house. Male, im- per mo. 4 bdrms./$172 per mo.
med. $75/mo. 662-5039. 5601011 Phone 761-0590 or visit office, 2400
Arrowwood Trail. Open 9 to 4 daily.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - Fur- Weekends 12 noon-5. cCtc
nished 2-bdrm. for 2, 3 or 4 people.
From $200. 917 Packard and 815 PERSON (M/F) needed to share 3-
South State. Also unfurnished 3- person apt. Furnished in full, heat
bdrm. at $250, 1025 Packard. Lease and water supplied. T.M. vegetarian
terms negotiable. Ann Arbor Trust type welcome. 90/mo. 663-9636.
Co., 769-2800, cCtc 220116
CONSIDER the advantages of cur- 2 BDRM. MODERN APT. Hill St.
rent listings, low cost referral, com- $225. 668-7297 after 6. 120116
plete information before you con-
tact landlord, listings by area loca- 8 M ONTH
tion, constant updated information,
current status of vacancies. REN- FALL-W I NT E R
TER 'S AID can save you time, and
hassle whether you want to live LEASE AT
close to Ann Arbor or in the recrea-
tional area. of your choice. RENT- UNIVERSITY TOWERS
ER'S AID, a nice alternative to the APTS.
problems of renting. 994-4300.

FOR RENT
LARGE, 2-bedroom, furnished apt.t
Available immediately. Campus lo-'
cation. $266/mo. includes all utili-
ties. Phone 665-5416 or 764-2390.
3101015,
SOUTH VIEW APARTMENTS
STUDENTS WELCOME
Extra large unfurnished apartments;
bus service to door every z hours.
Studio, 1-bdrm. 2-bdrm. Rent starts
$135. Also available furnished. Grove
St. at Factory St. in Ypsi. One block
off I-94 at Huron exit, ceCtc
THE
H IGHLANDS
1 and 2 bedroom apartments nestled
on top of Broadway Hill. Lighted
tennis court, pool, security lock sys-
tem and more. Buses to and fromj
campus daily.
1697 Broadway, Apt. 303

BIKES AND SCOOTERS WANTED TO BUY
1973 HONDA CB350. Extras, low mil- 50's and 60's ROCK, soul records.

eage. $590. 665-5947. 68Z1018
'69 PLYMOUTH FURY, ex. condi-
tion. $775 or best offer. 761-4289.
58N1013
1969 CORVETTE, one owner, super-
ior cond. 31,200. British racing
green, hardtop convertible, original
paint, 4 radial tires, 6000 mi. each;
2 brand new snow tires, 350 horse-
power engine, 4 on the floor, 18
mi./gal, $4,800, but will negotiate.
Call (616) 723-6245 in Manistee, or
994-4006 in Ann Arbor. 50N1022

994-5540 after 4. 85K113
USED CARS
'65 VW BUG. Good engine. $100.
Call Terry, 761-7435. 64N1015
LOST AND FOUND
LOST WALLET: $10 reward. Victor
Cohen, 764-9476, 663-7109. 77A1016
LOST: Well-fed male tiger cat. St.
Joe's area. 668-6814. 65A1013

FOR SALE PERSONAL
SONY TV, 5" portable, AC or car THE MEN OF THE MICHIGAN
battery, $90. Weighs 8 lbs. 662-4250. CHAPTER OF THE DELTA CHI
27B1016 FRATERNITY SALUTE THE ELEV-
-___._ --EN INDIVIDUALS THAT FOUNDED
S T E R E O COMPONENTS, lowest DELTA CHI FRATERNITY AT COR-
prices anywhere. All names, brands NELL UNIVERSITY AT ITHACA,
fully warranteed. David, 663-7016. NEW YORK, ON THIS DAY,
Keep trying. 98B115 EIGHTY-FOUR YEARS AGO:
TURQUOISE - Readily available,
wide price range, excellent quality.
Compare: Fabunique, 323 E. William'
St. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 769-6767. 93B1015 Albert Sullard Barnes
30-40% OFF. Largest selection of Myron McKee Crandall
sheepskin coats for men, women and John Milton Gorham
children. We buy, sell, appraise used Peter Schermerhorn Johnson
and new oriental rugs. Persian Edward Richard O'Malley
House, 320 E. Liberty, 769-8555. Owen Lincoln Potter
cBte Alphonse Derwin Stillman
__ _,.Thomas A. Sullivan
Lit WA uMonroe Marsh Sweetland

PERSONAL
STUDENTS
SINCE 1925 GREENE'S CLEANERS
HAVE OFFERED FREE PICKUP
& DELIVERY. CALL
662-3231
Daily pickuo and delivery
to all dorms_.
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Original, Handcrafted, Jewelry. Gold,
Silver, Gems. WEDDING BANDS.
Jhan, 769-7550. eFtc
XFROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
HOSPITALITY begins with some-
thing from our wine cellar. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
BE HAPPIER...
SCIENTOLOGY WORKS
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy, 668-6113 except Friday.
cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc

TRIUMPH GT-6, 1972, ex. cond.
Asking $2950 or best offer. 485-7473. RD
41N1017 Lost Siamese kitten, seal-point.
Hill-Oakland area. Call 663-5123 or
1973 TOYOTA CELICA, 4-speed syn- 769-2740. 55A1015
cromesh, air cond., reclining seats, --- -- ---__
radials, rear defrosters: 19,000 miles. FEMALE CAT: 3-5 mos. white w/
27 MPG. $2700. Howell (517) 546- dark patches. Found corner of State
0074 anytime weekends, weekdays-- and Packard. 663-6165. dA13

after( .Z
'72 PINTO, must sell. $1350 or best
offer. 994-0548. 01N115
963 FORD VAN, good condition,
-riginal miles. AM/FM. 28 mp .
$850. 761-8332. 73N12

769-367.

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AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATELY
MODERN, FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
A14D EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS.
CAMPUS LOCATIONS.
DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600
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5 minutes to class
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
RECREATION ROOM
STUDY LOUNGE
PIANO ROOM
FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
MOVIES AND PARTIES;

VISIT OR CALL 761-2680
cCtc

U. of M.
SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM
in NEW YORK
Offering programs in Business, Adver-
tising, Pub lic Relations, Publishing,
Broadcasting, and other fields.
MASS MEETING
THURSDAY, OCT. 17
7:00 p.m.-Aud. B-Angel Hall
open to juniors & seniors oriented
towards liberal arts backgrounds

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° MUSICAL MD
RADIOS, REPA
VIOLINS for the artist,
ced student. Large collec
laume, Ceruti, Zanoli, Jor
chini, etc. Violins in t
class by Kriner, Bentin, E
Zack, Pilat. Choice of 50
from. Bows by the gref
DON ROTH, 14411 KINGS
PARK, MICH. 48237: 54
MOSRITE solid-body GU
hard shell case, $150. Ca
after 4.
USED UPRIGHT PIANO,
$89.50. Apollo Music C
1400.
FOR SALE: Gibson Les
Grover heads. Call Scott,
USED Gibson SG. Apollo1
ter, 322 S Main, Ann Art
REPOSSESSED Martin D
Apollo Music Center, 76:
PETS AND SUPT
As BERT CANTRELL, ru
ordinaire, mounted the s
ivy-covered Iota Omega
house, he felt a lump
his .
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b~tr~cN Serto s 0£
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z 1973 PLYMOUTH Satellite. loaded,
21.000 miles, in perfect condition.
8501016 Best offer over $2600. Call eves, 665-
2100. 78N1015
ESE.,
IRS NEW CARS
for advan-
'io, Postac-
he $500.00 907 N. Main - 769-7936
E. H. Roth,
to choose
at makers.A aRodeo
TON, OAK
1-0669. 907 N. Main-769-7935
ITAR with PHOTO SUPPLIES
all 665-7264
99X1015 DARKROOM SERVICES from pro-
fessional studio. Choice of develop-
starting at ers. Special services for thesis pa-
enter. 769-
eXt pers. Studio C', 209 S. Fourth Ave.
665-4550 cDtc
Paul Jr., RECREATION
761-1825.
Music Cen- BRODIES STABLES OP E N
bor. cXtc BO S
b e FOR HOURLY HORSE-
-28 BACK RIDING. LAD I E S
19430._AND COUPLES DAYS
PLIES THUR. AND FRI. RESER-_
she- extra- VATIONS 439-7616.
teps of the 11BB1013
Omicron BUSINESS SERVICES

FOUND: woman's scarf, med. cen-
ter parking lot. 663-3577 afternoons
to claim. dA1013
LOST: female cat, black/white
markings, 4 mos. Packard/State
area. Reward. Barry, 663-5228.
45A1013 I
FOUND: red key case, initials MAG,:
corner of Tappan and S. Univer-
sity on Oct. 8. Call the Daily (764-
0557) and leave message with Cas-
sic. d41012
REWARD for Asian Carvings, etc.]
"liberated" from my apartment. No
questions asked. Jeff, 663-3545.
18A115j
ROOMMATE WANTED: own roomI
ROOMMATES]
in modern furnished apt. near]
campus. Call 761-4588, 4-11 p.m.
54Y1015
MISCELLANEOUS
GOLDEN ANTIQUES
NOW OPEN'
Specializing in period clothing, tap-
estries, silver, 619 Packard, after-
noons, evenings-662-5928. cM1023j

H ELP WANT EU
MANAGEMENT TRAINEE. Women's,
shoe store needs capable person for
high fashion shoe store. Excellent
opportunity for advancement if
qualified. Liberal benefits. Apply in
person-Naturalizer Shoe Store, Bri-'
arwood Mall. 87H119
ATTENTION STUDENTS: part-time
light assembly work in small West-
side factory. Work the hours you
are available between 7:30-4:30.
Mornings preferred, but will con-
sider other times. $2.25/hr. Call 761-
1990 for appointment. 72H1013
RELIABLE PERSON not afraid of
heights to finish painting trim on
2-story house. Some painting ex-
perience desirable. $3.00 hour. Hours
flexible. Call 761-2795. 35H1013
DELIVERY DRIVERS
TELEPHONE HELP
Part-time, must be 18, apply in
person at Omega Pizza, 101 Wash-
tenaw Place. 62H1022
KEYPUNCH OPERATOR. Interested
in Moonlighting? Occasional part-
time keypunching. Weekends, eves.
or days. Must have 1 yr. experience
on 0-29 and 0-59 and be able to
make own program cards. Please
call Michigan Business Systems, 994-
6121. 51H1017

WHAT ARE your expectations of a
prsonal relationship? Sexual and/or
emotional gratification? Faithful-
ness? . . . Guild House (802 Mon-
roe) features a 5-6 week Wednesday
noon luncheon discussion series,
"Values in Personal Relationships"
with group leader. Soup and sand-
wich 40c. Beginning Oct. 16th.
79F1015
STEVE GORTON: please call Rich-
ard Wieland, 668-7914. 67F1013
ARE YOU INTERESTED in explor-
ing personal experiences, needs, ex-
pectations, values and how they af-
fect human relationships in a small
group interactive setting? Join
Guild House's noon luncheon dis-
cussion, "Values in Personal Rela-
tionships," every Wednesday, be-
ginning Oct. 16th. Soup and sand-
wich ' 40c. Location: 802 Monroe
(across from Law School). 80F1015
Relieve past incarnations. Visit
FORGOTTEN WORKS
FRI.-SUN_ 12-6 410 N. 4th A.

DELTA CHI FRATERNI
1705 HILL

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Thomas David Watkins
Frederick Moore Whitney

BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
i MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE*ATGSB
board exams. For information call:
1(313) 354-0085. cFtc

MARRIED COUPLE to provide resi

dential treatment for adolescent i
MUSICAL MDSE., Ilive-in situation. Salary, living ex
ADIOS REPAIRS penses, agency provided. Home an
R I , fringe benefits provided. BA an
experience with adolescents requi
MARANTZ 2245 receiver. Thorens ed. Ideal for grad students. 973
TD-160 turntable.nEPI-202 speakers. 1260. Ask for Bobbie. 91H13
Excellent condition. System or sep-I
arately 769-2089 after 7 p.m. 16X1016 { BABYSITTER, for occasional morn
WATE - la --- ------ ings, 8-12 noon. Georgetown loca
WANTED--Bass player for countrytion. Call after 1 p.m., 971-0032
and rock 'n roll. 485-4325. 14X130 92H101

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Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding and
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
F hile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
GROWN SO FAST, we've gone com-
puter? Free questionnaire, details:
Saturday Night Insurance, Box 543,
DON'T PAY for a store's overheod
via high mark-up. For the area's
lowest prices and finest qualities
possible on an engagement ring,
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
- MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED!
? Examination Tutoring
LSAT, GRE, DAT and MOAT
TEST CENTER 662-3700
cFtc
PUBLISHED AUTHOR will write,
rewrite, edit, type. 761-2642. 44F031
Are You Ready To
STOP SMOKING?
U. of Michigan student, with pro-
fessional assistance, will help you
I beat your habit. Phone 764-0434'M-
F, 9-3. Other times: 668-7563.
19F773

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GF SECRETARIAL services student
typing-manuscripts, business pa-
i pers, etc. F'udent rates. Profession-
ally done. Cl 994-4309 from 9-5.
86J129
SQUARE DANCE callers available.
Can help with planning. 761-2419,1
Jeanne or Guy Dean. 17J113
PIANO LESSONS offered. All levels
acceptable. Have MM degree from
U-M. $4/1 hr., $7/hr. Call Kathy,
761-2312. 10J123

-Pd. Pol. Adv.

TICKETS WAITER AND WAITRESS, part-
-time and full-time. Pizza Park, 663-
TWO $8.50 Elton John tickets for 7721. 07H115
sale. Call Eileen at 764-7981.k88Q113 - -
' VERSATILE keyboard or guitar
NEEDED: 2 or 4 good tickets for player with lead vocal capabilities.
Michigan-Minnesota game. Will pay John, 662-1042; Craig, 994-0237.
$. Call Ralph, 662-0288. 94Q120 03H116
WANTED: 2 tickets-Alvin Alley- PART-TIME secretary / bookkeeper
Fri. or Sat. Call Heather, 763-6554. needed. Bookkeeping experience ne-
48Q1016 cessary. 663-3800. 89H1013
I WOULD LIKE 'to purchase 4 ad- ' SALESPERSONS
joining tickets, senior priority, to
the Purdue game. 449-2514 or 449- FULL TIME PART TIME
4289 evenings. 37Q1016 Days, evenings, weekends
Major company in communication
FOR SAL E Ifield needs 5-6 new salespeople. Top
13 WHITEWALLS, bowling shoes 9x pay, short hours, no experience
12 rug, 994-5540 after 4. 84B113 necessary, will train. Management
S 9- a ,training also available. Call Joe
1973 FRENCH LEJEUNE 10-speed 'Connor, 769-4707.

. _- u1., 1 -, 4U1. 1M ve.
behind Kerrytown
cF1024
TAtE COMMON foundation of all
religions. Baha'i Faith. 764-9868.
Please feel free to call. cFl13
EAT AT Nakamura Co-op, $17.50,
31 hrs. work a week for full board,
TV, newspapers, free washer, dryer.
Come to 807 S. State for a free trial
meal. 761-6683. 08F115
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP

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BEDDING SALE
Mattresses and Box Springs
Custom-Made $84.60 complete 3
Mattress only $44.60 and up
52 years service. Locally owned.
Same day delivery
Call 761 -2277
ANN ARBOR BEDDING
1002 Pontiac cJtc

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZE
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bie ost acetssories. $135. Call at
761-4831. I12BTIT 13
FRA'TERNITIES, SORORITIES

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KEEPING YOU
BUSY ENOUGH.?
It's still not too late to come down to the
Daily and help us out. The Business De-
partment NEEDS PEOPLE who want to:
* work preparing ads and learning the
operations of a daily paper
meet other good, frustrated people
" party down once in a while
" drink 5c Cokes
* after the first month, make a LITTLE bit
of money

Kosher Meat
Ko-op Meeting
Wed., 16, October
7:00 p.m.-Hillel
Those Interested
Must Attend

For prompt, courteous wake-up serv-
ice. 973-0760. cJtc
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath
5x6x4" materials and labor, $189.}
Call 483-4615. cejtc

S- ~ I1Excellent opportunity to make $10,-
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean, i 000 and more selling ponchos with
y94-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m, cJtc school emblem at football games.
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math, Has met with sensational results
TomutrNGCEEl atics94-35.Matcelsewhere. Call W. Ronan, (816) 737-
Computers. Call Walt, 994-3594. eJtc 1077. 52B1013
'.. AT- OUT.TTR WAKE-UP SERVICE ! --

ATTENTION !
Apt. furniture for sale at pre-infla-
tion prices. Hundreds of Items.
Lamps $10, Naugahide sofas $88,
chairs $39, dinette sets $48, desks
$33, chest $40, bedding $38. Sat. and
Sun., Oct. 12 and 13, 2-4 p.m. at
Shore View Apts. Take Huron to
Division, Division to Pontiac Trail
and Pontiac Trail to Kellog.
80B1013
FREE: one friendly dog, seven mos.
old, part boxer, part shepard. Ex-
cellent health. Call 761-5950.
42B1017!
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spoe1neoaI s HOULTZ
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MICHIGAN CABLE TV 1
j 416 W. HURON, ANN ARBOR
06H115
If you type and have knowledge of
medical terms,
WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU !
Days and afternoons, flexibility for -
students. 761-1115. 40H1015
HELP WANTED! the University Cel-
lar will be taking applications for I
winter book rush 1975 from Oct. 5-
Oct. 20, 1974. Please apply at the in-
formation desk at the rear of the
store, basement of the Michigan
Union or call for further informa-
tion. 769-7940. 48H120'
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CAR SERVICE, ACCES.. 5
COME for HOME COOKING. Break- 14
fast all day. Great soups and egg
rolls. Steve's Lunch, 1313 S. Uni- 15
versity. 73F1013
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cF113
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
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LINDA JENNESS
Socialist Workers' candidate for President in 1972
"Nixon's gone; problems remain-why
'the system' won't work"

SAM'S

TUESDAY -8 P.M.-OCT. 15
ANDERSON ROOM, MICHIGAN UNION
sponsored by Young Socialists for Maisel and Getts1
classroom instruction in
electronic music
the mUSiC
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LEVI'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Sta-Prest Bells
LEVI"S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs

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philosopher 53
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Summons forth
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