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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 30, 1974

Daily Classilieds

FOR RENT
ROOM with fireplace and refrigera-
tor, $115. 606 Packard No. 1. 8:30
a.m.-3:30 p.m. 630115
ROOM ON CAMPUS. No pets. Utili-
ties paid. $70. 662-3579. 490113
2 ROOMS upstairs for rent, room
for a pet. On a two lot property,
1? 1 miles from campus. 668-6417.
46C1131
WANT TO LIVE in Vail Co-op or
Minnies? Cheap rent-$120/month,.
room, board. 2 places in Vail, one
in Minnies. Call Nancy or Dan, 761-E
7060. dC1103
HUGE 2-BEDROOM APT. on cam-
pus. Utilities paid. $250. 662-3579.-
480113;
8 MONTH
LEASE
Single Liability Lease
Roommate Placement Service
2 Blocks to Campus
$50 Security Deposit
24 Hour Security

FOR RENT

FURNISHED modern 2-bedroom
apartment near campus. $200 plus
deposit. 455-1487 1901103
LARGE furnished two bedroom apt.
with study ,available immediately,
in older building near campus, lots
of character, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
ARROW WOOD HILLS CO-OP -
Modern hillside townhouses in the
Northside School area. 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./$158
per mo. 4 bdrms /$172 per mo.
Phone 761-0590 or visit office, 2400
Arrowwood Trail. Open 9 to 4 daily.
Weekends 12 noon-5. eCtc
AVAILABLE Nov. 15. Campus-hospi-
tal area. Beautifully furnished large
2-bdrm., dishwasher, air, security
system. Rent negotiable. 668-6906.
C
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS and
staff - University family housing
units available. Contact Housing Of-
fice, 1011 Student Activities Bldg.
763-3168. 90C1108
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: cat, mostly white, with
gray-brown markinas on head and
back. Near Packard and State. 663-
9507. ciA1101

536 S. Forest

761 -2680

University

USED CARS
'69 FORD TORINO GT, m
$650, negotiable. 761-8365.
FORD VAN 1965, 6-cylind
$350. Aeschliman Motor Co
434-0642.
COMET '71, good cond. Au
20 mpg. $800. 973-2694.
'68 VW automatic. $500. Ca
761-2611.
AUTO SAL
TOYOTA MARK II, 1971,
VW, 1972, 15,000 miles
VW. 'GHIA, 1971, Coupe
MERCEDES. 250 S, automati
The above cars are all cie
mileage. We will trade fo
cars also. Can be seen at
Hatto Motor Ser
971-9835
971-2734 Nights.
FOR SALE
AUTHENTIC American INE
Jewelry: Silver,' turquoise,
Necklaces, Rings, Bracelet
rings. Evenings: ELAYNE (6
MATERNITY PLANT
99C
THE GREENHOUSE
Liberty at Division
CLOTHING SALE: all types
ing fur cape. Tues. and We
1101 Church St.
BOOKS!
Prided to sell. Wide variety o
papers- ma n main linguistics,
logy, foreign language. Nov
9-5. Sale located in front o
Bldg. at E. Washington
Thayer. Proceeds to Li
Dept. Library.
BUSHNELL BIFOCAL medi
croscope, bought new and
term. 662-8798.
'ELETYPE KSR-33 and dat
ler, a computer perephe
communications. Call 994-1
30-40%e OFF. New shipm
hand-made sheepskin coats
women and children. We b
appraise used and new orien
sPerian House, 320 E. Libe
ROOMMATES
OWN ROOM in large furnis
Call 761-3197.
WOMAN WANTED for large
apt. $72 mo. 761-2904.
TRANSPORTATIC
RIDE NEEDED to NYC Nov.
way okay. Rich. 994-3153.
RIDE NEEDED 1o St. Jose
November 1. Will share e
Call 764-1914 persistently.
WANTED TO REI
WANTED: Secure 1z garage
I age and maintenance of my
cycle. 971-5104.

ust sell.
70N1103
er stick,
., phone
71N1106

Towers

HELP WANTED
MEAL CREW JOB opening at Beta
Theta Pi, 604 S. State. Must be able
to work 11 meals/wk. Inquire in per-
son before Mon., Nov. 4, or call 663-
3927. If no answer call 761-3126.
72H1101

Apts.

NEED PERSON to take over my
lease after Fall semester. Own roomE
in large apartment: Nice location.s
Call 663-9662. dCtc
GLORIOUS LUXURY, room, board,
fun, TV, laundry, papers, for fe-
male. Vail Co-op, 120/mo. 769-4211.
2501103
CHARACTER one-bedroom flat with E
study near campus with two pri-
vate entrances. $190. Call Renter'sj
Aid, 994-4300. 12 month service fee.j
C-10-21-1. cCtcj
LAKE FRONT HOUSE. two bed-
rooms, new carpet, washer-dryer,
until June 1. $150. Call Renter's Aid,k
994-4300. 12 month service fee. T-
10-24-1. c~tcs
3-BEDROOM Townhouses $192/mo.
including utilities. No deposit for
University students, staff. Available
nok. Contact Housing Office, 1011
SAB. 763-3168. 2701102
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, large
single, 50 yards from Law Quad.
Call Dave, 663-0846, 7 p.m. C
"Since '72, buses on the road"a
Action speaks louder s
than words .
FOJTIK
COMMISSIONER
Nov. 5 Democrat Dist. 14
Paid for by Fojtik for
Commissioner Committee

LOST: somewhere on campus. Wo-'
man's gold watch. Sentimental val-
te. Please call 994-0454, Reward of-
fered. 35A115
LOST: 10/24, male black kitten w/
four white paws. White diamond on
chest. In State /Lawrence area.
Please call 668-7913, lie is terribly
missed. 51A111
FOUND: Texas Instruments Calcu-
lator in Forest and S. Univ. area.
Description needed. Call 662-9424.
dA1031
LOST: Male Persian kitten. Gray
with white paws in Burn's Park vi-
cinity (Church St.). Reward. 994-
3193. l1A1031
LOST: Fluffy white male kitten
with gray spot on head, wearing col-
lar. 4 months old. Vicinity S. Univ.
and Washtenaw. 663-4527. 17A1031
DARK, Shepard-like female dog, 20"
tall. White chest and paws, scar on
stomach. Answers to Sasha. Lost
near Main and Huron. Call 994-0107.
20A1031
TICKETS
NEED 2 tickets for Ohio State-Mich.
game, 662-0814 after 6 p.m.
62Q1031
4 TICKETS needed to Purdue game,
Jr. Sr. preferred. will pay reasonable
price. Days 355-2557. Eves. 662-3337.
Ask for Ed. 44Q113

to radio, ARBY'S ROAST BEEF RESTAUR-
47N1031 ANT MANAGERS WANTED. Arby's
Roast Beef has openings for store
1 Todd. management positions in the Ann
12N111 Arbor/Ypsilanti area. Starting pay
of $190 per week for a five week
$1250.00 training period. Upon successful
completion of training program, you
1450.00 will assume complete charge of a
1400.00 restaurant w/raise to $10,400 a year.
c 2350.0 Rapidly growing company, good pro-
motona lorger i mnlopportunity, excellent
r larger fringe benefits including profit
vice sharing and bonus plans. Applicants
must have previous fast food man-
agement experience. Interview by
11N1102 appointment only. Call Mr. Matre at
1-694-1222. 53H113
CHOIR DIRECTOR and organist,
starting Jan. 1, 1975. Country church
rIAN north of Ann Arbor. Call 449-8711
Coral- or 449-2215. 55H119
s, Ear- -.- - ---- ..-
663-1372) WORK-STUDY Assistants needed in
56B114 Specialized Library. Typing skill,
-S Junior or higher. Hours flexible.
Please call Librarian, 764-3438 for
interview. 69H1103
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF OF ANN AR-
52B1030 BOR & YPSILANTI. ASSISTANT
--- -- MANAGERS WANTED. Fast growing
includ- company looking for ambitious per-
d. 1-5 at sons. Excellent fringe benefits, bet-
13B1030 ter than average starting pay. Pre-
vious fast food or management ex-
of books,! perience. Working hours vary to in-
psycho- elude nights/weekends. Interviews
ember 1, by appointment only. Call Mr. Matre
)f Frieze at 1-694-1222. 54H113
and S. WANTED. Photographer's model,
nguistics women's wear, part-time. No experi-
23B111 ence necessary. Please send recent
photo of self along with all meas-
ical m1- urements to Casting Service, Box 99,
5B1030 Garden City, Mich. 48135. 22H1102
ta coup- LUNCHTIME BABYSITTER, Mon.-
tral forp Fri. for 2 school-age children. Burns
ral fo Park area. Call 665-6287. 41H111
122.
95B1031 GRAPHIC ARTIST needed to design
cent of tickets and posters. Call Mike, 663-
for men, 9584 or 662-5517. 13H1031
uy, sell. HOUSEKEEPING help, mornings or
tal rugs. afternoons, 3 to 5 times a week.
rty, 769- Hours flexible. 663-7428. 07H1031
cBt c
WANTED: kitchen help. Apply 5:00
at Dooley's, 310 Maynard. 200H1116
hed apt. AUDIO REPAIR. Opening available
60Y113 for exper. audio technician in our
growmng audio service corp. Salary
bi-level aiid fringe benefits commensurate
15Y1103 w exp. and education in audio and
visual repair. Starting wage rate be-
DN tween 12,500 and 17,000/yr. Send re-
:imes to Mr. Melow, Tape Recorder
1. One- Specialist, Inc. 216 E. Washington,
34G1031 Ann Arbor 48108. Or call 663-4152.
72H111
.phene, SHIPPING and RECEIVING. A per-
dG103 son for young dynamic company.
Surt at $3.75 per hour. (Wage can
NT be improved substantially). Ply-
mnouth area. (Respond to Box. No.
for stor- 25. Michigan Daily). 75H1103
y motor- BN !d ? Ca
16L1030 BANDS! Want weekend gigs.HCa311
Jim, 662-0918. 61H1030
- MEAL JOBS available. Lunch and/
or dinner. Call 761-5227. 18H1030
LOOKINGfor direct Psych. experi-
ece? Be Sub House Parents. 769-
753. 312HI 13
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING
IBM
Selectric II
Quality Work: 973-2135
59J1103
LEASING:
I Toyota - Alfa Romeo - Peugot
907 No. Main 769-7935
cJtc

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
e OCK 'N ROLL BAND will make
Our next party a success. Call Dar-
ryl, 994-4542 after 11 p.m. 67X1 101
FOR SALE: 1 KLH turntable-amp-
lifier, no speakers, $80; 1 Sony reel-
s rel tape deck $75; 1 Zenith AM-
FM table model radio, wood finish
40; All in good working condition.
Call Scott at 662-3938. 45X113
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, starting at
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400, X
STEREO: reel to reel tape recorder.
Best offer. 769-9581. 40X111
APOLLO MUSIC CENTER Cross-Re-
ference. Let us put you in touch
with musicians who play your kind
of music. We can also help you get
jobs. Call to find out more. 769-
1400. cXtc
CLASSICAL GUITAR and case. New
$120. Call Shari, 761-0716. 13X1031
TEAC 1200A/U tape deck, $2.40, 665-
4558 after 5. 90X1030
AMP-FENDER SUPER REVERB.
MINT. SACRIFICE. $250. 994-4964
Days. 94X1030
THE LARGEST guitar repair shop in
Michigan is Instrument Repair Ser-
vice, 131 E. Kalamazoo Ave., Kala-
mazoo. 616-381-5669. Light and heavy
repairs, custom work, rewiring, and
_ custom-made guitars. We're only
112 minutes away. 93X115
- GIBSON F5 MANDOLIN. Near new.
sMint condition. With fitted case.
$1000. 616-345-4155. 92X1030
HOWDY. Remember how last year,
the year before, and the year before
there was an acoustic music shop
called Music Strings & Things? Last
year we moved out to the country,
but we have just moved back under
a new name, Guitars Friend, and a
new way of doing business. Work-
ing through our catalogue, we are
able to discount all major brands of
guitars up to 25 percent; accessories,
25 percent; books, including oak, 10
percent; harmonicas, 25 percent;
banjos, dulcimers, ceramic flutes,
kalimbas, recorders and all kinds of
stuff. Come on up to visit us at
215 S. State in the Mayflower Book
Shop, formerly Circle Books. See you
then. 89X 1031
MARANTZ MOD 2245 Receiver, $325.
769-2089 after 7. 21X1030
SPEAKERS, Manufacturer direct
save $$$ on stereo components.
Johnny Zender is AA's underground
audio consultant. Call him till 2
a.m., 769-2221. 13X113
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED GUITAR teacher
wants students, folk/jazz. Bob, 769-
7535. 04J113
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 EDITTNG. Call Jean.
~94-359410 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
rUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Call Walt, 994-3594. cJtc
EARLY HOUR WAKE-UP SERVICE
For prompt, courteous wake-up serv-
ice. 973-0760. cJte
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath
5x6x4" materials and labor. $189.
SCall 483-4615. cJlc
MISCELLANEOUS

PERSONALI
Vivian Shaner. president of Ann Ar-
bor NOW, says, "KATHY FOJTIK
has fought for rape law reform,
equal pay for equal work, equal cre-
dit opportunity, funding of women's
commissions, affirmative action pro-
grams, women candidates, and the
general improved status of women
throughout the country." VOTE KA-
THY FOJTIK, DEMOCRAT, COUN-'
TY COMMISSIONER. 58F1030
ST. PAULI GIRL BEER - MICHI-
GAN'S NEWEST IMPORT. 66F1102'
DAN GREENBAUM - stop scratch-
ing. dF1031l
CONGRATULATIONS, WOOOOD!
dF1030
FREEPORT $314*
NASSAU $279
FT. LAUDERDALE $279
Includes: Airfare, transfers, 7 nights
hotel, some meals, and many extras.
*Daily breakfast and dinner
XMAS BREAK TRIPS
Call Travel World Corp.
994-0244
27F1103
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/CREA-
TIVE DANCE WORKSHOP, Friday
evening, Saturday, Nov. 15-16. No
experience necessary. Margaret and
Bob Blood, 769-0046. 30F1115
Dr. Paul K. Gikas of the County
Health Board says, KATHY FOJTIK
worked to initiate the Medical Care
Facility in the county jail but "nev-
er sought publicity or press cover-
age for her activity." VOTE KATHY
FOJTIK, DEMOCRAT, COUNTY
COMMISSIONER. 58F1030
Still only .50 per game
Bowling at the Union
Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat. 1 p.m. Sun.
F
ACU-I pocket billiard tournament.
Sat. and Sun., Nov. 9 and 10. For
men and women. UM Union, cFl031
ELIMINATIOZI OF PREJUDICE of
all kinds. Baha'i Baha'i Faith. 764-
9868. Please feel free to call. cF
John Farley, coordinator of the
local grape, lettuce, and Gallo wine
boycott committee, says KATHY
FOJTIK's efforts "on behalf of
farmworkers have been considerably
greater than many other candidates
who have claimed credit for boy-
cott support, including some in
HRP." VOTE KATHY FOJTIK, DE-
MOCRAT, COUNTY COMMISSION-
ER. 58F1030
ST. PAULE GIRL BEER - A NICE
COLD GIRL. 65F1102
Dr. Jay Harness, medical director of
Washtenaw County Jail Medical
Facility, says, prior. to KATHY FOJ-
TIK's efforts "no one in county
government demonstrated effective
concern about solving the health
care problem at the Jail." VOTE
KATHY FOJTIK, DEMOCRAT,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.A58F1030
You will look good and you will
feel 'good. UM STYLISTS at the
Union. F
EAT AT Nakamura Co-op. $17.50, 3%
hours/week for all meals. TV, news-
papers, laundry. 807 . State.n761-
6683. 97F1103
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
&hile-U-wat! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
Campus
Pinball
* 1217
South University
cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 s. University 769-0560
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE*ATGSB
board exams. For information call:
(313) 354-0085. cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER

Dave Super, Director of the Ann Ar-
bor Boycott, says KATHY FOJTIK
"risked arrest last year joining with
us in defying the unconstitutional
injunction at A&P's Huron store.j
Kathy came to the picket lines ob-
viously out of committment to what
the farm workers are striving for,"
VOTE KATHY FOJTIK, DEMO-
CRAT, COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
58F1030
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
Original, Handcrafted, Jewelry. Gold,
Silver, Gems. WEDDING BANDS
Jhan, 769-7550. epte
MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED!
Examination Tutoring
LSAT, GRE, DAT and MCAT
TEST CENTER 662-3700
cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding andI
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
BE HAPPIER...
SCIENTOLOGY WORKS
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy, 668-6113 except Friday.
cFtc
PUBLISHED AUTHOR will write,
rewrite, edit, type. 761-2642. 44F031
CraigKRosey, County V.D. specialist,
says KATHY FOJTIK supported the
V.D. clinic funding proposal and
"always expressed interest and sup-
port for the clinic." VOTE KATHY
FOJTIK, DEMOCRAT, COUNTY
COMMISSIONER. 58F1030
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

PERSONAL

PERSONAL
QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFSET
Fast Copy Service--Low Prices
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State 662-3989
Campus (near Ginos)
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
Marilyn Thayer, member of the
County's Mass Transit Subcommit-
tee, says due mainly to the hard
work and dedication of people like
KATHY FOJTIK, "theAnn Arbor
Ypsilanti system buses were on the
road within one year of conceptu-
alization of the service. That must
certainly set some kind of record!"
VOTE KATHY FOJTIK, DEMO-
CRAT, COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
58P1030
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield Prescription program. ViUagq
Apothecary, 1112 So. University Ave.
c2Fte'
The RFD BOYS play bluegrass mu-
sic at the PRETZEL BELL every
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
42F1211
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
U ASG VAS1 $ A S1 T
URSA ULLNAS RIPA
tGO R ITEMS ONUS
PARADE TOI.JOURS
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UNO EDGES RYLON
ACTA EERI
KAABA LORNA R
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A U A T I
LUNN GORAL EE Y
S A I C R0
SI S E EK K AS AO0N E

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

ACROSS 5
1 Gem embellish-
ment5
6 Draped Oriental5
garment6
10 - and ons
14 Native of Bag-6
dad6
15 Sacred statue
16 Shoe or clothesE
17 AriseE
18 Style or delivery
at bowling E
20 LucidityE
22' Distinction E
23 Sulking
25 Not so bright
26 Part of a race
28 Applies stucco
31 Hannibal crossed
them
33 Engrave
34 Type of anchor
38 Watch part
39 Thong
41 Alight
42 Refreshing
drinks
44 Rare bird
45 Ensign
46 Charming parrot
49 Inspire wonder
50 Actress Adler

S'74 Gen'l Features Corp.
53 Et - (and else-
where): Lat.
55 Of shepherds 21
58 Lithe 24
61 Emblem of 26
Japan: 27
63 Robin of song 29
64 Type of school:
Abbr. 30
65 Crooked 32
66 Wine city of 35
southern France
67 Serf of 1066 36
68 Appear' 37
69 Clever 40
DOWN
1 Fruit-bearing 43
trees 47
2 Dialer's code
3 Dozed 48
4 Fit out 50
5 The best: Colloq. 51
6 Thus: Lat. 52
7 Port near Mt. 54
Carmel
8 Den 56
9 Straight or track
10 Alter ego 57
11 Candid 59
12 Parry or evade 60
13 Jewish home
service 62
19 Lewis Carroll's

nonsense
creature
Christmases
Idle talk
Maiden
Singing voice.
Clean a certain
way
Muse of comedy
Petty: Slang
Former ruler of
Tibet
What rodents do
Keenness
Embroiders with
gold threads
Legislator
Brazilian
statesman
Large couches
Shopper's orgy
What apes lack
Meal: Ger.
Obscure, as the
vision
"God have mercy
on such - . .
Charm
Row
Formerly, form-
ly
Follower of
Falstaff

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Entrance on State St.
10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sun. 10-6
NOV. 1-2-3
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Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
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Hooded
Sweatshirts . . from $5.98
Flannel Shirts from $4.98
Sweaters .... from $8.98
Western
Shirts ...... from $6.98
1/2 Cotton
Turtlenecks ......$4.98
207 E. Liberty
663-861 1

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