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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October.

22, 1974

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Uncontrcted Classified Rates
WORDS 1 2 3 4 5 6 add
0-10 1.15 2.30 3.05 3.80 4.55 5.30 .75
11-15 1.40 2.80 3,70 4.60 5.50 6.40 .90
16-20 1.65 330 4.35 5.40 6.45 7.50 1.05
21-25 1.90 3.80 5.00 6.20 7.40 8.60 1.20
26-30 2.15 4.30. 5.65 7.00 8.35 9.70 1.35
31-35 2.40 4.80 6.30 7.80 9.30 10.80 1.50
36-40 2.65 5.30 6.95 8 60 10.25 11.90 1.65
41-45 2.90 5.80 7.60 9.40 11.20 13,00 1.80
46-50 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
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2 5 65 1 1.30 14.75 18.20 21.65 25.10 3.45
3 8.15 16 30 21.25 26.20 31.15 36.10 4.95
4 10.65 21.30 27 90 34.20 40.65 47.10 6.45
5 13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 50.15 58.10 8.95
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Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
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FOR RENT
AVAILABLE Nov. 15, Campus-hospi-
tal area. Beautifully furnished large
2-bdrm., dishwasher, air, security
system. Rent negotiable. 668-6906.
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UNIVERSITY
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FALL RESERVATIONS
2 Blocks to Campus
Pool
24 hour security
Laundry Facilities
8 Month Single Liability Lease
536 S. Forest
761-2680

FOR RENT
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS and
staff - University family housing
units available. Contact Housing Of-
fice, 1011 Student Activities Bldg.
763-3168. 70C1023
COMFORTABLE, reasonable, furn-
ished efficiency near hospital and
campus, nice yard, lots of storage.
Call Renters Aid, 994-4300. Many
other vacancies avail, all price rang-
es and locations. Call Renters Aid,
994-4300. tcC
AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATELY
MODERN, FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
AND EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS.
CAMPUS LOCATIONS.
DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600
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ANNOUNCEMENT
PASTA
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Every Tuesday
4:00 P.M. to 11:00P.M.
ONE GIANT PLATE OF
SPAGHETTI
or
MOSTACCIOLI
for only
$1.29

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FOR RENT
NEED PERSON to take over my
lease after Fall semester. Own room
in large apartment. Nice location.
Call 663-9662. dC1022
IMMED'ATE OCCUPANCY - Fur-
nished 2-bdrm. for 2. 3 or 4 people:
From $200. 917 Packard and 815
South State. Also unfurnished 3-

LARGE furnished two bedroom apt.
with study .available immediately,
in older building near campus, lots
of character, parking. 662-7787. oCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS CO-OP -
Modern hillside townhouses in the
Northside Schooltarea. Co-op home
ownership gives you income-tax de-
ductions of approximately 65% of
your monthly payments. Member-
ship $300. 1 bdrm./$125 per mo. 2
bdrms.,/$142 per mo. 3 bdrms./S158
per mo. 4 bdrms./$172 per mo.
Phone 761-0590 or visit office, 2400
Arrowwood Trail. Open 9 tv 4 daily.
Weekends 12 noon-5. cCtc

BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED GUITAR teacher
wants students, folk/jazz. Bob, 769-
7535. 04J113
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY will do
typing in my home. 971-2498.
77J1025
PHOTOGRAPHY-Plan now for the
holidays. Informal black and white
portraits. Reasonable prices. Call
761-6634 or 761-4237 after 5. 79J1025
TYPING/EDITING. Quality work:
have taught English, edited, pub-
lished. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 665-5443.
81J1025
GF SECRETARIAL services student
typing-manuscripts, business pa-
pers, etc. Student rates. Profession-
ally done. Call 994-4309 from 9-5.
86J129
PIANO LESSONS offered. All levels
acceptable. Have MM degree from
1U-M. $4/% hr., $7/hr. Call Kathy,
761-2312. 10J123
BEDDING SALE
Mattresses and Box Springs
Custom-Made $84.60 complete
Mattress only $44.60 and up
52 years service. Locally owned.
Same day delivery
Call 761-2277
ANN ARBOR BEDDING
1002 Pontiac cJtc
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
j'4-3594. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Call Walt, 994-3594. c.Jtc
EARLY HOUR WAKE-UP SERVICE
For prompt, courteous wake-up serv-
ice. 973-0760. cJtc
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE -- Bath

ROOMMATES PERSONAL PERSONAL
4-MAN - Need fourth. $75.00 plus EQUALITY of men and women. TEACH IN COURSE MART. Dead-
security deposit, opening Oct. 30. Baha'l Faith. 764-9868. Please feel line for course proposals is Nov. 1.
Contact John-Richard, 927 S. Forest. free to call. cF Stop by 1018 Angell or call 763-
994-5879, mornings. 02Y1022 - --- ------ 1552 for details. dF1023
- MASSAGE CLASSES-Physical sen-
NEED FIFTH WOMAN for large bi- ! sitivity and self-integration. Intro- QUALITY DUPLICATING &
level apartment. 7612904. 60Y1074 ductory class *150 6-class course OFFSET
PHOTO SUPPLI(2%2 hour classes) $12.00. Call War- Fast Copy Service-Low Prices
PHOTO SUPPLIES ren Shear (afternoons and dinner- THE COPY MILL
time best), 769-7588. 03F1025
DARKROOM SERVICES from C 211 B. S. State Gn2-399
DAKOMSRIE rmpro- UPTIGHT? Use whirlpo.Agl Campus (near Ginos)
fessional studio. Choice of develop- -TmoE .Angm ()
ers. Special services for thesis pa- massages muscles. Exclusive, inex- CAREER AND PERSONAL COUN-
pers. Studio 'C', 209 S. Fourth Ave. pensive. 971-6867. 03F1210 SELING. Tues and Fri. Call 663-
665-4550. cDtc REGISTRATION FOR increasing 4129. Hillel, 1429 Hill. 57F1023
readMUSICAL MDSE., sills will be held this Fri., Oct. EXPERIENCED GOALIE wanted for
RADIOS, REPAIRS 25 from 8-12, 1-4 at the Reading tham.ions cer IM4h.ckey
and earnng kill Ceter,161 team. Call Steve at 665-4842. 80F1023
and Learning Skills Center, 1610
SPEAKERS. Manufacturer direct Washtenaw. Call 764-9481 for fur- ADVICE on getting UM instate resi-
save ", on stereo components. ther information. 99F1025 dency, Thurs., Oct. 24, 1974, 7:30
Johnny Zender is AA's underground p.m. Legal Aid, 4310 Michigan Un-
audio consultant. Call him till 2 ORGANIC GARDENING ion. 28F1024
am., 769-2221. 13X113! WORKSHOP
. -2 Offered by Ecology Center and Art BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
SINGER - GUITARIST - WRITER - Worlds, 2131 S. Main St. 668-6244 .vhile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Looking for good singer-bass or or 668-6222 afternoons. Register Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
zitarst-writer or group willing to now. Starts November 2. 6 Satur- ---- --- -__
work toward professional goal and days, 10-11:30 a.m. $12. cF1023 NEW YOUNG SOCIALIST Alliance
writing Serious inquiries only. 482- - -- office hours: 12-5 M, T. 12-4 W-F.
0819 after 4. Ask for Mike. 73X1022 EVERY DAY is RING DAY at the 4103 Michigan Union. 663-8766.
- .--.Michigan Union. See our display of 17F126
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, starting at class rings at the concession stand ---
89 50. Apollo Music Center. 769- on the first floor. cFtc
1400. cXtc ---- -- -
THE ONENESS of mankind. Baha'i
Faith. 764-9868. Please feel free to
TICKETS call. cF1027
FOR SALE - 2 tickets to Minn. FREEPORT $314* l
game, Sec. 33. Donna, 769-7587.
10Q1023 NASSAU $279 7
NEEDED: 2 tickets to the Mich- FT. LAUDERDALE $279
Minn. game. Call Stephanie,668- Includes: Airfare, transfers, 7 nights
78.9Q23hotel. some meals, and many extras. ! outh 1J n 1 ve rs ty60.9I12
-- - *Daily breakfast and dinnercF
WANTED -1-tiktfo S XMAS RRFAK( TRIPS ---ct
tanme. Price negotiable. 485-4112.. INCREASE concentration, expand
Wall9. 82Q1023 C 94-0244 your memory, improve your test
takinz ability through h nsis-

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before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and canicellations. 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.
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revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
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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.
PERSONAL
BE HAPPIER...
SCIENTOLOGY WORKS
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy, 668-6113 except Friday.
cFtc

bdrm. at $250, 1025 Packard. Lease THE BIG HOUSE
terms negotiable. Ann Arbor Trust Ten rns., 6 bdrms., fireplace, three
Co., 769-2800. cCtc porches, patio, garage, family rm.
--- - ------- Pets O.K., kids O.K., 15 min. from
SOUTH VIEW APARTMENTS Ann Arbor. Call Renters Aid. 994-
SUHVE APRMNS 4300. tec

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RIDE WANTED: to State College,
nPa. this weekend. Leaving 10/18
ni dreturning 10/20. Will sharePtx-

Extra large unfurnished apartments;
bus service to door every ? hours.
Studio, 1-bdrm. 2-bdrm. Rent starts
$135. Also available furnished. Grove
St. at Factory St. in Ypsi. One block1
off 1-94 at Huron exit. Cte
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 I
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.
eCte

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Female Siberian Husky, 4
yrs. old, black and white with black
mask, leather collar with rabies tg
1 from El Paso, answers to "Rigby."
Lost in the Briarwood Hilton area
Wed. Reward $100, no questions
asked. Call 763-6315 or 761-7800. ex.
136. 75A29
PUPPY, Irish Setter, 2-4 mos., found
in East Quad courtyard. Call and
identify. Denise, 764-4669. dA1022
FOUND - Money on State Street.
Name the amount, location and
denomination and it will be re-
turned. Phone 769-4346. dA1022
FOUND-One bronze door key on
hitachi keyring outside Business
School. Call 763-2899. dA1022
_.---- -_
GLASSES, keys, and books found.
Lost and Found, Housing Office,
SAB. dA1022
NEW CARS
PEUGEOT
907 N. Main - 769-7936
AlIfa Romeo
907 N. Main-769-7935
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED to NYC Nov. 1, and
to return Sun. or Mon. Rich, 994-
3153. 01G1027
WANTED TO BUY
Buy and Sell Antique Clothing
GOLDEN ANTIQUES
619 Packard, 662-5928
cK1029
MISCELLANEOUS
CAMP KENNEDY, Alumni reunion
Sun., Oct. 27 afternoon at Gordon
and Vera Levenson's Horse farm.
98M1025

penses. Call Ann, 764-3079, dF1017

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4 FOOTBALL TICKETS needed for
jgame with Minnesota. Call 662-1717

5x6x4" materials and labor, $189. and ask for Cathy.
Call 483-4615. cJtc --- - -

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FOR SALE

USED CARS
'68 CHEVY, new tires and snow
tires, new muffler, good engine,
clean. 70,000 mi. $450. 763-1071 ori
665-5668 after 6. 00N1022
PONTIAC TEMPEST 170, 350. HT.
PS, new tires, good condition. $1100.
Call after 5:30, 434-2898. 55N1022
1970 VOLKSWAGEN Karmen Ghia,
runs good, needs body work, $700
or best offer. 665-7289. 87N1020
REPOSSESSED 1971 Fiat 124 Spider,{
1600cc. Contact Dick Fenner at
Huron Valley Nat'l. Bank, 761-2211,
extension 235. 48N1024
1966 CHRYSLER, $100. Call Carl
after 5 at 665-6561. 45N1023I
VAN CLEARANCE
Ford % ton 1965 $350.
Chevy 12 ton 1966 $495.
Chevy 1,2 ton 1966 $475.
Chevy 2 ton 1967 $545.
Chevy ton 1967 $695.
GMC step van 1967 $695.
Aeschliman Motor Co. I
phone 434-0642
43N1024
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
MISCELLANEOUS
HAND LETTERING done. Call Mary,
764-0808. 05M1022

GBX BASS AMPLIFIER, 160 watts,
RMS with covers. Best offer. 434-
5468. 97B1029

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4F14y g vpBOARD EXAM TUTORING
74F1024 Classes starting Oct. 23. Doug Beltz, BANLEYAH.TUTILN
--- - -- - -------- M.A., Ann Arbor Hypnosis Center, STANLEY H. KAPLAN
GREETING CARD Co. catering to 761-0440 96F102 TUTORING COURSES
college market seeks witty ideas Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
and/or art. Top prices paid. Send WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE*ATGSB
to Box 172, Riverside, Conn.06807. traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime. board exams. For information call:
52F1024 cFtcI (313) 354-0085. cFtc
GAY Liberation Open Meeting! XEROX AND OFFSET MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED!
Tues., 8 p.m., Union, South Wing, Fast, low cost duplicating. Examination Tutoring
3rd-floor Conference Room (use COPY QUICK LSAT, GRE, DAT and MCAT
South elevator). All welcome! Info CO rY UICK LTEST CENTER 662-3700
763-4186, 761-2044 (Gay Hotline, 24 1217 S. University 769-05T T EcFt
hrs., 7 days), 662-9559 (Black
Caucus). 14F1022 I Relieve past incarnations. Visit PUBLISHED AUTHOR will write,
----__--- FORGOTTEN WORKS rewrite, edit, type. 761-2642. 44F031
HOW WOULD YOU like to eat at FRI.-SUN. 12-6 410 N 4th A
the most wanted CO-OP in town behind Kerrytown GROWN SO FAST, we've gone corn-
(Owen Hse.) $13.40/wk. To start - cF1024 puter! Free questionnaire, details:
ASAP. Call Jane 761-1237. 59E1022 Saturday Night Insurance, Box 543,

TELEPHONE BOOTHS (IBS) 272-
0117 71B1025.
30-40% OFF. New shipment of
hard-made sheepskin coats for men,
women and children. We buy, sell
appraise used and new oriental rugs.
Persian House, 320 E. Liberty, 769-
8555. cBtc

BANJO: SOVEREIGN, wth case, ac ---
cessories. Never used. $75. 663-4635, OUR CONVERSATION and interac-
96B1022 tion group on "Values in Personal
Relationships" is still open to new
RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION. 65 participants. We meet every Wed-
Rambler. Around $125.00. 665-4779. nesday at noon to explore the topic
37B1022 together in the light of our own
personal experiences . . . We hope

114 E. WASHINGTON
Downtown Location
BEER - COCKTAILS
Entertainment Nightly
NO COVER CHARGE
Sunday thru Thursday

WAGEN WERKE
V W tune-up
$10 plus parts
8-6 Mon.-Fri.
1237 ROSEWOOD
662-2576
between S. Industrial &
Packard

HELP WANTED
LOOKING for direct Psych, experi-
ence? Be Sub House Parents. 769-
7535. 12H113
MARRIED COUPLE to provide resi-
dential treatment for adolescent in
live-in situation. Salary, living ex-
penses, agency provided. Home and
fringe benefits provided. BA and
experience with adolescents requir-
ed. Ideal for grad students. 973-
1260. Ask for Bobbie. 91H132
EXPERIENCED, creative bass player
wanted for bar gig. Call 973-9526.
40H1019
DELIVERY DRIVERS
TELEPHONE HELP
Part-time, must be 18, apply in
person at Omega Pizza, 101 Wash-
tenaw Place. 62H1022
FULL OR PART-TIME
Janitorial maintenance supervisor
for large first class offices and
stores. Specific experience not nes-
essarily required, but work capacity
plus the ability (with our support)
to give direction, manage and ad-
ministrate is essential. Training
program and strong growth position
for the right person. Phone 434-4204
and leave name and phone number.
An equal opportunity employer.
86H1022

GOLDEN ANTIQUES
NOW OPEN
Specializing in period clothing, tap-
estries, silver, 619 Packard, after-
noons, evenings-662-5928. cM1023
SUBLET
OWN ROOM in 2 bdrm. apt., on
campus. Jan. 1. Call Terrie, 665-
2368. 38U1022

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to form a fairly stable continuing
group . . . At Guild House, 802
Monroe. Soup and Sandwich 40c.
94F1022
THE DISTINCTION of being South
U's only drug store belongs to the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
DOES ROCKY'S $50,000 remind
Henry of oil during Mideast travels?
Ruled class can't know for sure!
Startling new theory of capitalist
class rule, power. Intriguing fiction-
alized presentation. Transcends rhe-
toric of Left and Right. Exclusive
Mail Order Paperback. $1.95. Alpine,
iBox 766-N, Dearborn, Mich. 48121.
88F1026
RESERVE an appointment and
learn the facts about diamonds so
your engagement ring purchase will
be worth your while and a unique
experience. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
FREE
INSTRUCTION
POCKET
BILLIARDS
WED. 3 P.M.-5 ..
MICHIGAN UNION
cF1022
ALTERNATIVE COURSE selections
are possible through Course Mart.
Retired faculty or those with inter-
est outside their departments, ad-
ministrators, community people and
students are welcomed to teach and
share their special interests. Non-
faculty need faculty sponsors. The
absolute deadline for course propos-
als is Nov. 1. Any questions, call
763-1552, ask for Karen, Connie or
Rich. d1023
' BARGAIN CORNER

WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
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
Try
Daily
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CROSSWORD PUZLE

Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding and
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTA'.NT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
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Posters Cards
Posters Cards
Posters Cards
Posters Books
Posters Books
Posters Books
LOGOS BOOKSTORE
1205 S. University-761-7177
Open 9 a.m.'to 10:30 p.m.

HELP!
WE NEED DRIVERS AND
PHONE HELP. OWN CAR
HELPFUL. APPLY IN
PERSON AFTER 4:30
DOMINO'S PIZZA
1031 E. ANN
1141 BROADWAY
GEORGETOWN MALL
56H1025

Copr. '74 Gen'l Features Corp.
ACROSS "The - Eaters'
1 Listen 47 Witch's familiar
5 Clothespins, in 50 Garden tools
Britain 51 Trouble
9 Exult 52 Occupied a
14 Hautboy rocker
15 Kirghiz 53 Conceal
mountains 56 Scoff at
16 Work 58 Douglas spruce
17 Type of whirl- 60 Stroke of luck
wind 61 English coin,
19 Profitable, old 1465
style 62 Painter -
20 Baltic seaport Tadema
21 Cinnabar 63 Passover feast
23 Author Clarence 64 State flower of
24 Potpourri Utah
25 Promoters: 65 Certain breads
Colloq. DOWN
27 Military 1 Carriers for
musician bricks, mortar,
29 Upper House etc.
30 Naval officers: 2 Border on
Abbr. 3 The poet's nar-
31 Scottish alder cissus: Phrase
32 Intellectual 4 Cauldrons
36 Pasture 5 Fancy porch
37 Riddle 6 College in North
39 - and The Carolina
Family Stone 7 Needlefish
40 Stores up for 8 Violent
future use example
42 Poetic of 17 Across
preposition 9 Forage grass
43 Stupid: Fr. 10 Word with meal
44 Place apart or cake
46 Tennyson's poem 11 Remain

12 Relating to the
sun
13 Three-spots
18 Rouse
22 Nomad
25 Song by Thomas
Dunn English,
1843
26 Decade
27 Autumn
28 Design
29 Box-office sign
31 Tincture for
bruises
33 African insect
34 Female voice
35 Lixiviums
37 Kind of azalea
38 Remick or Mar.
vin
41 Dry: Fr.
43 Conflictrof 1899.
1902
45 Greek demigods
46 Crazy: Slang
47 Lofting strokes
in golf
148 Textile city of
France
49 With the speak-
ing voice
50 Friendly greeting
53 Dross
54 Sundial offering
55 Historic periods
57 Music-maker
59 Look at

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