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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 6, 1974

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FOR RENT
ROOMER WANTED to live in a nice
home. Excellent area, kitchen privi-
leges. Male grad students only. Call
Garnet Johnson at Caldwell & Rein-
hart Co., 971-6070. 7701110
WILL TRADE large, 3-bdrm. apt.
near hospital for same near busi-
ness school. 668-7989. 76C1108
TWO MAN modern apt, available
immediately or for winter term.
Fully equipped. 663-6870. 8101108
MODERN furnished 2-4 person apt.
Larg rooms, close to campus. $240.
Leasing Dec. 1. 761-2697. 57C11 13
3 BEDROOM DUPLEX, living room
with fireplace, large kitchen, on 1
acre land. Unfurnished. Call eve-
nings after 8:30. 668-8026. 66C1113
FEMALE to share furnished 3-man
apt. S. Forest 668-6906. After 5 p.m.
665-9455. 59C1110
CHARACTER one-bedroom flat with
study near campus with two pri-
vate entrances. $190. Call Renter's
Aid, 994-4300. 12 month service fee.
C-10-21-1. eCtc
Prior to their
Nov. 8 apperance
at Power Center
UNIVERSITY
DANCERS
will perform at
12 Noon, Nov. 4 to
8th in our window.
Unique %A hr. programs.
But-please keep
sidewalk traffic
flowing somehow.
Wed. & Sat. Eves.
(No Fixed Time)
Music by Autumn. (trio)
at
OUR PRICES ARE NOT
SALE PRICES,
THEY'RE LOWER
Including:
"The Whole Earth
Epilog"
and Castaneda's
"Tales of Power"
0
529 E. LIBERTY
9 o.m.-midnight 7 days
663-8441 663-8452

FOR RENT
8 MONTH
LEASE
Single Liability Lease
Roommate Placement Servic
2 Blockts to Campus
$50 Security Deposit
24 Hour Security

FOR RENT

536 S. Forest

761-2

University
Towers Apts
NEED PERSON to take over
lease after Fall semester. Own
in largre apartment. Nice loca
Call 663-9662.
LARGE eampus efficiency. $155.
668-8650 eves. 43(
HELP! Need a woman for nice
in old house, share bdrm. $85
Call 483-6596 persistently for de
54
FOR SALE: Alice Lloyd lease.
Gary, 764-5910. 16
EFFICIENCY. $120. avail. Dec. 5
Inigalls. 665-6294 eves, or 663
4E

OWN ROOM in large, cooperative,
vegetarian house. 763-6339. 3901107
LARGE furnished two bedroom apt.
with study available immediately,.
in older building near campus, lots
of character, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
LAKE FRONT HOUSE, two bed-
rooms, new carpet, washer-dryer.
until June 1. $150. Call Renter's Aid,
994-4300. 12 month service fee. T-
680 10-24-1. cCtc
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS and
staff - University family housing
units available. Contact Housing Of-
fice,1 l Student Activities Bldg.
763-3168. 9001108
AVAILABLE Nov. 15, Campus-hospi-
myltal area. Beautifully furnished large
roym 2-bdrm., dishwasher, air, security
tionm system. Rent negotiable. 668-6906.
detc C
Call ROOM and BOARD in quiet medical
C1110 fraternity. Available Jan., prefer
grad student. Call 761-6515. 3C1127

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
CLASSICAL GUITAR, with case,
Goya G-12, $215, excellent condition.
Call 662-1513 after 6 p.m. 78X1109
WOMAN WANTED now or in Jan. to
share beautiful bi-level apartment
in house behind Law Quad. 665-7436.
65X118
APOLLO MUSIC CENTER Cross-
SReference. Let us put you in touch
with musicians who play your kind
of music. We can also help you get
jobs. Cali to find out more. 769-
1400. cXtc
SAN SUI RECEIVER, QR-6500, 4-
channel, demo. Best offer. 769-8555.
40X1110
SILVERTONE CLASSIC GUITAR -
ideal for beginners. $25. Bargain.
662-1780. 34X116
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO
IWanted: Responsible party to pur-
chase spinet piano on low monthly
payments. Can be seen locally. Write
Representative: Ken Bayless, P.O.
Box 276, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176.
79X1122
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-
7 1400. _ _x t
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, starting at
e $89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. X

OWN RM. Modern 2-bdrm. apt.
avail. immed. Call Dave 769-4672.
51Y117
$82.50/mo. Own bedroom. House one
block from Kerrytown. Two room-
mates needed. Start December. Call
Sandy 662-6454. 04Y107
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AFGHAN PUPPIES, reasonably pric-
ed pet and show quality. Call 761-
9594. 18T1108
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 1970 CL-450cc, excellent
condition. Make offer. Call 769-1454.
15Z1108
SITUATIONS WANTED
ATTENTIVE Afternoon Childcare,
3-5 yrs Three child maximum, ex-
perienced mother. Special activities.
Jamie, 769-5077. 060107

WOULD LIKE 2 tickets together
for Purdue game. Preferahlv section
18. Fair price. Call 482-5731 after
8 p.m. dQ l19
WANTED: 2 tickets to Elton John,
Wed, or Thurs. night. 663-8870 after
4:30. 82Q1106
MICHIGAN FAN NEEDS TICKETS
TO UM-OSU GAME. CALL COL-I
LECT A.C. 419-385-4641. 72Q1116
BURNS PARK. Female grad student
or working female, own rm. in apt.
w/same. Avail. Nov. 20-Aug. 31. Call
after 5 p.m. 662-8826. 49U118
WANTED: two OSU-Mich. tickets.
764-6274 (Allen). 19Q1108

TICKETS

ROOMMATES TRANSPORTATION
FEMALE GRAD NEEDS FEMALE MAINE: Ride urgently needed to, or
OVER 25 TO SHARE 2-BEDROOM nloser to. Maine, Nov. 8. Call 764-
APARTMENT. $100/mo. 761-4372. 1084, Tom. 32G116.
86Y1110 FEMALE STREAKER wanted for
--s-i~se party. Cash reward. 761-
STUDIOUS MALE to share econom- 2668. 37F1112
ical 4-man apartment two blocks_
from campus. Occupy immed. or by SUBLET
winter term until end of same. 663-
4051 eves. 47Y117 -
- - LIVING SPACE in 6 bedroom house
WANT 5th WOMAN, large bi-level available now. Rent $80.00/mo. Jim,
apt. $72/month. 761-2904. 48Y1112 665-9668. 71U1113

HELP WANTED
VETERANS
A we&-' nr' a month at 'he Yoz
Armorv nn earn von $60-$100 for
part-time 1ork. For appointnent,
call 483-3184. 20H1114
PART-TIME help weekends, mini-
mum age 19, cashier. 1019 Broadway.
668-8142. Average pay scale. 63H1110
PEOPLE WANTED to fix up a house
in Ann A-hor. Wallpaper, paint,
hang shelves, curtains, etc Call
1-699-7472. 42H116
DISHWASHER WANTED, full-time.
9-5. Apply in person, Gus' Restau-
rant, Briarwood Mall. 13H1109
PART-TIME HELP needed, apply at
Pizza Bob's. 814 S. Slate. 96H1112
SENIORS
If you" e looking for a super part-
time job with paid training and
good benefits, call for appointment
at Ypsi Armory, 483-3184. 21H1114
CHOIR DIRECTOR and organist,
starting Jan. 1. 1975. Country church;
north of Ann Arbor. Call 449-8711"
or 449-2215. 55H119
WORK-STUDY Assistants needed in
Specialized Library., Typing skill,
junior or higher. Hours flexible.
Please call Librarian, 764-3438 for
interview. 69H1106

Pinba

PERSONAL
M'PEI STICKERS custom printed
e-F.ait' MBIPRESS. 1217
;xl 0rbOl 761-0942. cFtc
Campus

-z-?1217 ~
Qoiith university
cFtc
Fast. low cost dlplieating.
COPY QUTICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
WHY WAX K FARTHER?
Get vomr Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
SOPHIE
Regardless of what people have been
saying, Sophie is not dead-she only
looks that way. Today, for example
she went to her boa constrictor
training class and . . . d506
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES

11

a apt.
mo.
tails.
40119
Call
C1106
. No.
-7048.
6C119

ARROWWOOD 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 tc 4 daily

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2 or 3 MAN, 115 White St. Furnish- Weekends 12 noon-5. -Ct
ed. utilities paid, air conditioner
full basement, good campus loca- LOST AND FOUND
tion. Carpet, drapes, attractive and
clean. No pets or children. Lease un-
til August or less. $275. Call 994- REWARD for return of criminal law
3373 evenings. 3001109 textbook and notebook. Lost in Uni-
versity Cellar Friday morning. No
WANT TO LIVE in Vail Co-op or questions asked. 764-9072, Bill.
Minnies? Cheap rent-$120/month, 58A118
room, board. 2 places in Vail, one - -
in Minnies. Call Nancy or Dan. 761- LOST: pair of blue plastic glasses.
7060. dC1103 994-0071. 38A1106

SPEAKERS, Manufacturer direct MISCELLANEOUS
save $$$ on stereo components. _____- -___
Johnny Zender is AA's underground CIVIC THEATER Studio Production
audio consultant. Call him till 2 open tryouts, men and women,
a.m., 769-2221. 13X113 Thur., Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. 201 Mul-
holland. Scenes from Anderson's
NEW CARS Mary of Scotland, and Carroll's
Through the Looking Glass. 61M117
FREE 25c PINBALL coupon from
PEUGEOT the cross-eyed moose with every
907 N. Main - 769-7936 food order purchase at Mr. Pizza.
769-8030. 56M118
A INSTANT CASH! We're paying .75-
/-\ fa Romeo 1 $$ for records in good shape. Jazz-
fBlues-Rock. (any quantity) WAZOO
907 N. Main-769-7935 ;314 E. Liberty. 668-9463 (10-6, Mon.-
- _ - _ - Sat.) 31M1112
PHOTO SUPPLIES , __ --- -- - ---
__.____i INSTANT CASH! We're paying .75-
DARKROOM SERVICES from pro- I $1 for records in good shape. Jazz-
fessional studio. Choice of develop- Blues-Rock. (any quantity). WAZOO
ers. Studio 'C', 209 S. Fourth Ave. 314 E. Liberty. 668-9463 (10-6 Mon.-
665-4550. cDtc Sat.) 31M1112
---------

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING
T1M\ Selectric II, quality work: 973-
2135. 80J1109
HATHA YOGA and Siddha medita-
tion 2 hour workshops 6-8 Mon.
nights. Friends' Meeting House, 1420
Hill St. First class Nov. 11. 994-5625.
69J1110
LEASING:
Toyota - Alfa Romeo - Peugot
907 No. Main 769-7935
cJtc
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
EARLY HOUR WAKE-UP SERVICE
For prompt, courteous wake-up serv-
ice. 973-0760. cJtc

-ERSNA - Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
PERSONAL MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE*ATGSB
- -- ,board exams. For information call:
SOMEWHERE in or near Ann Arbor, (313) 354-0085. cFtc
there must at least be one mostly --------------- - -
unattached woman who has inter- .If YOU want to help other people,
ests and/or experiences somewhat then GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE-
similar to mine in many of the donate to the U. of M. Student
following: psychology, art (espe- Blood Bank at the Michigan Union
cially sculpture and photogranhy) Ballroom. (Nov. 4-8, Mon.-Thurs.,
dance (modern or rock), massage, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Fri. 12-6 p.m.)
carpentry, paddleball, volleyball, 67F117
talking, making love, walking, cook- QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFSET
yngu co-ops,cnmaadwiigIfQAIYDPIAIG&O SE
you ae thcineawomaand owriting.owIf Fast Copy Service-Low Prices
her and could relay this ad to her, THE COPY MILL
I'd like to meet for a walk, beer, 211 B. S. State 662-3969
coffee, milkshakes, or whatever. Campus (near Ginos)
Please call Warren (age 28; seeking
22-35 preferably, but not necessar- Original, Handcrafted, Jewelry. Gold,
ily), 769-7588 (dinnertime best). Silver, Gems. WEDDING BANDS.
79F1109 Jhan, 769-7550. cFtc
COMPLETE prohylactic department MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED!
at the Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Examination Tutoring
University. cFtc LSAT, GRE, DAT and MCAT
TEST CENTER 662-3700
THE COMMON foundation of all re- cFte
ligions. Baha'i Faith. 764-9868. PleaseI - -
feel free to call. cf Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding and

A career in law-
without law school.,
What can you do with only a bachelor's degree?
Now there is a way to bridge the gap between an
undergraduate education and a challenging, respon-
sible career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do work
traditionally done by lawyers.
Three months of intensive training can give you
the skills-the courses are taught by lawyers. You
choose one of the six courses offered-choose the city
in which you want to work.
Since 1970, The Institute for Paralegal Training
has placed more than 700 graduates in law firms,
banks, and corporations in over 60 cities.
If you are a student of high academic standing
and are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assistant,
we'd like to meet you.
Contact your placement office for an interview with
our representative.
We will visit your campus on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21
The Institute for
Paralegjl Training
235 South 17th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
(215) 732-6600

HILLEL VWEEKEND
GET-A-WAY
LANGUAGE IN SILENCE
GUEST RESOURCE PERSON
RABBI EDWARD FELD
A Jewish Spiritualist from Princeton University
NOVEMBER 8-10
at CAMP TAMARACK
$12.50 per person
LEAVING FRIDAY AFTERNOON,
RETURN SUNDAY MORNING
CALL HILLEL, 663-3336 FOR MORE INFORMATION

FRIENDS OF Rick Zalac: Have him
call Kris in Detroit, 885-5454. Very
important. 74F1110
THE NEW GRAD HAPPY HOUR: 4-
6 p.m. Fri., Nov. 8, Law Lounge.
84F1106

Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-

4664
cFtc

SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - BathE
5x6x4" materials and labor, $189. EVERYBODY will be here playing
Call 483-4615. CJtC billiards or bowling. Half price
Mon.-Sat. 11 A.M.-3 P.M. at the Un-
TUTORING, EE, Statistics. Math, ion. cFll
Computers. Call Walt, 994-3594. cJtc -- - --_ .--

TYPING and EDITING. Call .ean.
94-3594 10 a m.-10 p.m cJtc
USED CARS
I-....------- .-- -
TOYOTA 1971, Mark 11 $1250, VW
1970, 31,000 miles. $950 and we will
finance. Cars can be seen at Hatto's
Service, 2955 Packard. 971-9835.
68N1116
'63 CHEVROLET automatic, fine
mechanical cond., 15.5 mpg. 769-
3507. 50N116
FORD VAN 1965, 6-cylinder stick,
$350. Aeschiman Motor Co., phone
434-0642. 71N1106
FOR SALE

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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Graduate School of Business
Mrs. Joyce Cornell will be on campus
November 7th to speak with students
from all disciplines who are interested in
a graduate management education. There
are nine concentrations offered in the
Business School, plus joint degree pro-
grams with the schools of Law, Journal-
ism, Public Health, Architecture, Interna-
tional Affairs and Teachers College. For
further details, please contact your place-

III

Dimensions of Religious Experience
LECTURE AND DISCUSSION SERIES
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 3-5 p.m. Angell Hall, Aud. A
BEYOND DEATH-WITCHCRAFT & THE AFRICAN SPIRIT WORLD
by DR. JEFF FADEMAN, Assistant Professor of African History EMU, who
spent 18 months studying witchcraft among the people of Mt. KenyaE

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ment office.

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NEXT WEEK, NOV. 13-3-5 p.m.-ANGELL HALL, AUD. A

by M. ADIL M.A. AL-ASEER, IMAM, Director Islamic Center, Toledo, Ohio
Sponsored by Office of Ethics and Religion, 3rd floor Mchigan Union, 764-7442

TEP's
Are Coming Back to Michigan
TAU EPSILON PHI is in the process of reacti
vating their Michigan chapter. If you are in-
terested in getting into a fraternity on the
ground level or if you and your friends want to
set up your own living experience come to our
organizational meeting:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6
in the KUENTZEL ROOM
FIRST FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION
From 7-9 p.m.
Graduate Scholarships
in Community Organization
Program Available
College Seniors and Graduate Students
are invited to apply for a specialized
program of graduate education and
training in:
Community Organization, Social
Agency Management, Administra-
tion, Community Planning, Fund
Raising, and Budgeting.
Upon completion of graduate training pro-

SMITH-CORONA electric typewrit-
er, excellent condition, $70 firm.1
668-7989. 75B1108
SINGLE DOOR steel wardrobes. Ph.
NO 2-2615 M-F, 9:30-11 a.m., 1-4
p.m. 67131110
10-SPEED ladies Schwinn. Good
cond. 665-3371 between 10 and 3. '
5313119
SNOW TIRES. 600 miles old, sizef
175SR13 studded winter radial 19,
$70. 668-6586 after 5 p.m. 29B31107
SKIS: Hart Javelin XXL 205 centi-
meters. W/Look-Nevada grand prix
bindings. Rossignol strato flex 190
centimeters W/markerarotomat
bindings. Kofloch epoxy competition
ski boots, men's size 9. LETRAP-
PEUR boots, ladies size 6. Day call
663-3303, eves. 663-4722, ask for
Bruce. 09B108
30-40% OFF. New shipment of
hand-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
HELP WANTED
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Looking for ambitious personablej
individual to operate campus photo- j
graphic business. Offers opportunity
to use and develop full range ofi
management and marketing skills.
Excellent profit potential.nWe have
the system, experience, and the de-
sire to help. For more info. call col-
lect, person-to-person for Dan Hays
(405) 947-8747, or write Candid Co1-I
or Systems, P.O. Box 25669, Oklaho-
ma City, Oklahoma, 73125. 73H1110
HOUSEWORK: $3/hr, 4 hrs per
week-end, flexible. Allen School.
Call evenings, 971-4720. 83H1108
EXPERIENCED Drummer wanted at
The Scene; part or full time. 341 S.
Main. 769-5960. Apply after 4 p.m.
62H1112
BARGAIN CORNER

SPECIAL NEXT WEEK
BILLIARDS & BOWL
1/2 PRICE MON.-SAT.
1 1 A.M.-3 P.M. UNION
cF119
STYLING IS our game and we're
good at it. UM STYLISTS at the1
Union. cF1106
EXPRESSTVE MOVEMENT/CREAT-
IVE DANCE WORKSHOP, Friday
evening. Saturday, Nov. 15-16. No
experience necessary. Margaret and
Bob Blood, 769-0046. 30F1115
ACU-I tournament for pocket bill-1
iards starts 12 P.M. Sat. for men
and women. U-M Union. cF1108j
I AM TIRED of turkey bars, painted
pickups, using people, and being
alone. If you are a female, have
justifiable pride in your body, and
an IQ over^135, PLEASE call. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Non so piu cosa
son, Cosa facio. 994-5716, ask for
Dave. 2F1110
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University.
663-7151. cFtc
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BE HAPPIER, . .
SCIENTOLOGY WORKS
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy, 668-6113 except Friday.
cFtc
-Everyday is RING DAY at the Mi-
chigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand
on the first floor. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS--Mod. or
'raditional. Call 761-0942 anytime,
cFtc
The RFD BOYS play bluegrass mu-
sic at the PRETZEL BELL every
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
42F1211
CAREER COUNSELING
EDUCATIONAL PLANNING
JOB PLACEMENT
Cali 663-3336, Hillel, 1429 Hill
26F1108
UNIVERSAL COMPULSORY educa-
tion. Baha'i Faith. 764-9868. Please
feel free to call. cF
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1 Trace fastening
on a horse's G
collar
5 Some South
Africans
10 "Planet of the
14 The southwest
wind
15 Coincide
16 City near Lake
Tahoe
17 Wild pansy
19 Sassy one
20 Beard of grain
21 Employs
22 Tendencies
24 Mars' Greek
opposite
25 Glossy
26 "Watership
Down" resident
29 Mythological
monsters
32 Stranger
33 Place in a row
34 Japanese sash
35 Extensive
36 Part of a fork
37 Beauty shop
items
38 Old verb ending
39 Data
40 Superfluities in
Newcastle

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implements 12t
Scrooge's partner 13
Like certain 18C
evergreens 23 1
One of the 241
Grants 25C
Give heed to 261
"And - bed" 27
-Pepys 28
Pronoun 29t
Quondam 30
Garden balsam 31
or jewelweed: 331
PhraseY
Play the lead 36l
Signature of a i
literarygenius 371
Small parrotI
Halters and 39]
blouses 401
Cheerless: Poet 42l
Fort - 431
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Sound of mirth 45
Quite - (a good 46
many) 47
Average
Miscalculate 48
Hound
Moldings 49
7Ages
Things: Lat. 50
Boiling 51
Leblanc's 54
M.Lupin 55
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One of the mints
Author Bagnold
soaks up
City on the Po
Hoarfrost
Encourage
Climbs,as a pole
Black bird
Winged
The miterWort
Clusters
White poplar
Mollycoddle
Word element
meaning "rule"
Protected, as an
invention
Flat-bottomed
boat
Excellent
Billiard shot
Metric units
Cotton or
Increase
Shade of brown
Misplaced
Look - (in-
vestigate)
Member of a mob
scene: Slang
Drop - (pay a
visit to)
Corrida star
Mythical river
Sweep
Antlered animal
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SAM'S
STORE
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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Sweatshirts . . from $5.98
Flannel Shirts from $4.98
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