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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 30, 1973

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TRANSPORTATION HELP WANTED PERSONAL
OPPORTUNITY: Leaving for South by CHILD CARE: Will pay well for reliable WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or tra-7
water. Mid-October, two places open. man or woman who enjoys children. ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
Call Brian in Detroit, 823-0818 or Child care for 2 yr. old boy. My home. cFtcI
882-3371. 37G22 All day Monday, Wednesday after- ---.A -.
noon, Friday afternoon. Adjacent to JACOB'S LADDER GALLERY: Novus
BUSINESS SERVICES campus and Burns Park. References. Ordo Seclorum: In Kerrytown Mar-
761-6634 95H26B sket. cFtc
GRAD STUDENT decorating service. 5 - WANTED: Virile Daily alumni, ready to
yrs. experience. Custom painting, wall HOUSE CLEANING: 1 day/wk. Near get down to some meatgrinder toot-
papering and carpentry. Commercial, campus. 761-6634. 92H26 ball. If you used to work for the'
residential. Reasonable rates. 429- Daily and are in good enough shape
5709. 86J26|PART-TIME SECRETARY. APPLY IN toD eel a 'nanner.' report to Wines

FOR RENT

THESE ARE YOURj
BETTER APARTMENTS
AND THERE ARE E AVAILABLE
-One 2-bdrm. apt. in a 4ouse, just re-
carpeted, avail, for occupancy imme-
diately.
-Roommates needed: your own bed-
room, your own lease for 1 or 2
persons in a large luxurious apt.
campus rentcals,
ltd. .
665-8825
1335 South U.

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FOR RENT
LARGE, one bdrm., furn., a/c, near
campus: State and Packard. Immedi-
ate rental. $195. 769-6303. 64C23
Boogie Concert and Halloween Hoopla
Fags at FORGOTTEN WORKS week-
ends. cCtc
THESE ARE YOUR
BETTER APARTMENTS
'AND THERE ARE 3 AVAILABLE

TICKETS
NEED 8 TICKETS for Wisc. game Oct.
20. 971-8564. 76Q27

WANTED: 3 tickets Wisconsin game. PIANO STUDENTS wanted, any grade
Joel, 761-7053 after 6 p.m. 13Q24 level. Have received M.M. from U-M.
; Call Kathy, 761-2312 before noon any
DESPERATE: 3 tickets for Ohio S.- day 62J25
429-7190 after 5. 07Q24 _
- - - ---'---'-rYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. c etc
WANTED TO BUY: 4 tickets-Mich. - ___PIN -7__-24_, __6-122 _____t_
Ohio State. $60. Phone 1-675-0066. WE GUARANTEE personal attention in
10Q26 handling shipments of your personal

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ONE 2-bdrm, apt. in a house, just WANTED: Tickets needed for OSU {
recarpeted, avail, for occupancy game. 646-6988. 89Q26!
shortly. FOR SALE: 2 to Navy game or
YOUR OWN bedroom, your owi lease 1 2 books of tickets. 663-8481. 94Q23
for 1 or 2 persons in a large luxurious ------ - - ----'--
apt suWANTED: 2 tickets to';Ohio State game. ,
662-2601. 60Q25}
ROOMMATES needed. Your own bed
room, your own lease, in modern 2 MISCELLANEOUS
bedroom furnished apt. Stop by for - ------ -- --
interview and details. I TREE FELL on our car. Minimal dam- '
age to tree. moderate damage to roof.
Need qualified, reasonable person to
cam pus rentaIS, I epair. Call Jonathan before 8 a.m.,
663-0302. 73M22

effets wrldwde.Contact A F
Burstrom, E. Gene. 983-4033. cJtc
USED CARS
'69 VW runs good. $750 or best offer.
Call 449-4127 Sunday. 03N22
'72 UZUKI TS 250, excellent condi-
tion: $500. 761-3127, Dave. '16N22
'71 SUPERBEETLE: sun roof, AM-FM,
new tires, rust-proofed, 28,000 miles.
Must sell. 665-4382 eves. 17N26
MAVERICK 1970, 3-speed, very clean.
$1250, 971-4174 or 971-2734. 88N30
1966 CHEVROLET. Factory air. Engine
very good. $300. Call David Hartley.
663-9293 eves. 50N22

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ONE BEDROOM, 2-man apt. in a green1
f house. Nice student neighborhood.
Behind Frieze Bldg. dC25
.010 CATHERINE STREET. Large 2-
bedroom deluxe units. Fully furnish-
ed, air-conditioned, dishwasher, bal-
cony, parking and laundry facilities.]
convenient to campus and hospitals.
Call or see resident manager, 663-
5026 or call Tower Associates, 668-
i230. 59C20
IF YOU NEED ANI
APARTMENT,
YOU'RE NUTS NOT
TO CALL US:
-2 bedrooms, 4 personse s
-Ind. liability $75/mo. per person
-3 blocks to class3
Do it now!t
ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
761-8484.E
cCtc
Where
TEN ANTS
COME FIRST !
For a Campus Apt.
Offering Many
Additional Features
CALL.
MAIZE & BLUE
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131

ltd.
665-8825
1 335 South U.

FORGOTTEN WORKS has new-old fur-
niture and rugs inside Antique Vil-
'age, 410 N. Fourth Ave. Weekends
10-6 behind Farmer's Market cMtc

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DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM-
3090, CARPENTER RD., 1
CORNER OF PACKARD
OPEN 10-6 DAILY
973-9230
cCtc
TWO BEDROOM, mod campus apt.

FIAT 1972 124 Sport Coupe. Excel. cond.
WANTED TO BUY Very low mileage. 763-1019 or 662-
8224. 75N22
WE'RE "HUNGERING" for a spacious. n ns
refrigerator. CHEAP. Please call 665-1 1968 VW. Leaving country. Must sell.
6807. dK24 Excellent operating and body condi-
O.hiKotion. 4 new tires. New muffler. Call
HELP. Need 6 Ohio State Tickets. Price John, 769-3569. - 71N16
negotiable. Any sections welcome.E
Call 761-5689 after 6 p.m. 18K23 '68 FORD GALAXIE, good condition,
______power steering. 763-6748. 84N22
ROOMMATES rRAVELWAGON-Ford Econoline, 1965.
QUIET RELIA$LE female grad. student ! onditionb$1d150. 449-2792iafter 5expeln.
to share 2 bedrm. apt. with same. 90N22
$92.50. 668-6074. 01Y31 __
- --INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP, 1967, 4-
FEMALE to complete 4-man. N. Thayer, wheel drive. Brad, 665-4290. 72N19
central campus. 761-2283. 08Y24 ____________________
1972 FORD V-8 automatic, power brakes
GRAD WANTED for own room in three -steering, 4-door. $1500. Call or leave
bedroom apartment. $93. 761-9101.- message. 662-8183. 76N19

PEISON. 2800 JACKSON AVE. H
32H28
MAIDS:
Full-time and part-time. Ramada Inn
West, 2800 Jackson Rd. An equal op-
portunity employer. 38H28
WANTED: Experienced BREAKFAST
COOK. APPLY IN PERSON. 2800
JACKSON AVE. 54H29
WERE YOU RAISED ON A FARM?
PEACE CORPS can utilize your ex-
perience. Meet ACTION representa-
tives at International Center Oct. 1-5.
61H125
SEWING NEEDED: contact Persian
House of Imports, 320 E. Liberty.
74H25
PEACE CORPS needs people in busi-
ness, architecture, education, health,
natural resources, engineering, lib-
eral arts. Meet ACTION representa-
tives at International Center Oct. 1-5.
68H25
SUBSTITUTE MOTHER
If you will replace me in my home
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
mornings, I will pay you $50/wk., and
you will earn the bonus of my chil-
dren's affection. Qualification: warm,
flexible, willing to work. Call 662-
8315 for information and to arrange
interview. 41H124
ARTHUR TREACHER'S
FISH & CHIPS
Part-Time
Day or Evening
no experience necessary
$1.85/hr.
apply from 3-5 weekdays
2365 Jackson Rd.
46H23
PART-TIME OPENINGS (Permanent or
temporary) available cleaning new
first class department store. Early
1 morning shift provides excellent op- r
portunity for student and others
who would not ordinarily consider
part-time work. No experience neces-
sary. Flexible hours (including week-
ends' if desired). Call 434-4204. 04H22
NEW FUN TYPE Restaurant now hiring
100 full-time and part-time em-
ployees. Positions available as:
COOK
WAITER
FOUNTAIN
BUSING
DISHWASHER and

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Furnished. 761-3131.ectc
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES-
Fall Rentals-Campus area
Efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedrooms in mod-C
ern building and older houses. Stop
in at 616 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520. cCtcT

Field this Sunday at 11:15 a.m. for
the expected romp over the current
edition of the cruddy Daily Libels.
See Tom Hayden in person. Anyone
knowing the whereabouts of Terri
Fouchey, Phil Hertz, or Tom Dewey
please come. Free copies of the Uu's
famous single "Just Like An Abori-
gine" to all serious participants. Y'all
Come! dF22
DAILY SUNDAY MAGAZINE needs
writers and7non-fiction stories be-
tween 500-700 words. Call Marty Por-
ter at 761-2033 or leave message at
the Daily. dF33j
WOMEN OF ANN ARBOR UNITE!
Our hour has come!! Sun, night
from 5-6 there will be a take-over of
WCBN by US-Ann Arbor women-to
broadcast OUR music, OUR issues,
thoughts and strength to all Ann Ar-
bor. So please turn on your radios'
Sun. night and 'listen to what we
have to give-a lot. Help 'women
grow. WCBN-FM 89.5 Stereo. 98F22
ELECTRA GLIDE IN BLUE. Benefit
film preview, Oct. 4, 8:15 p.m., Briar-
wood Mall. $5 tax deductible dona-
tion. Proceeds to Spaulding 'for chil-
dren to pay for the adoption of a
child. Tickets: Leslie Office Supply
2231 W. Liberty, or at door. 63F24
BOOK REVIEWERS
Like to read? See your name in
r print? Add hardcover books to your
collection? We need literate- students
to review books for the Daily. Inter-
ested? Forminfocall Tony,' 764-0552
and leave mesage. dF23I
WE WANT YOU
Looking for a way to spend
those free moments in ;
your day???
THE"MICHIGAN DAILY Business
Staff needs your help. Be it adver-
tising, circulation, sales or whatever.
come in and join us. Call Bill, Ray
or Dave for further information or
stop by the Daily building anytime.
dFtc
R.A.C. I love you. Meet in arb by P.
alba near gate 12:30 tonite. P.B.I
99F22
"WE ARE collecting poetry and short
stories by JOHN GLOSTEA for in-
clusion in a memorial collection of
his work. Anyone having or knowing
the location of any of his work please
contact A. E. Gloster, 330, Sunrise
Highway, Rockville Centre, New York
11570." , 15F26,
Open 8:30 a.m. Monday
UM Barbers and Stylists
MICHIGAN UNION
cF22
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Modern theory and harmony.
Prof. Curtis. 662-8281. 26F25
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL-
sponsored by U-M 'Flyers Monday,
Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m. 10 wks. 3080 E.E.
$30 includes text. 43F22
MUSIC, CINEMA, PLAYS; openings -
Monthly in a comprehensive calendar
& articles equals ART FARE Maga-
zine. Look for it at newsstands and
bookstores all around Ann Arbor.
cFtc
TIRED of trying to find parts for
your foreign car? Try us. Overseas
Foreign Car Parts-922 N. Main.
17F23
IYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cFtc
MARRIED? ENGAGED? Just living to-
gether? Couples workshop, Oct. 12-
14. Bloods, 2005 Penncraft, 769-0046.
91F22
SINGER NEEDED for working lounge
band. Good money! 764-1099. 03F23

PERSONAL
BRIDGE LESSONS for beginners start-
ing Sunday. Sept. 30 at the Michigan
Union. Total cost only $70. including
all bridge fees and materials. Mcney
back guarantee. For reservations, call:
Jim Glickman at 761-5127. 08F22
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OP
A REAL ALTERNATIVE
769-3995 5-8 P.M. DAILY
cFtc
at MARTY'S . .
"Wall-of-Slax"I
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
cFtc
YOUTH FARE CARDS, Charters,
Groups, Getaway programs. Call Cin-
,di Hopkins, TWA Campus Rep. 769-
0634. cFtc
WORK ABROAD Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m. (764-
9310). International Center. 40F25
RELIABLE
ABORTION SERVICE
Clinic in Mich.-1 to 24 week preg-
nancies terminated, by licensed ob-
stetrician-gynecologist. Quick serv-
vices will be arranged. Low rates'.
CALL COLLECT
(216) 281-6060
24 HOUR SERVICE
cFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments 'now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T.,3andL.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, Iase"-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
USED BOOK SHOP, TOO! 340 S. State
(upstairs), 761-0112 (open 1-6 pm.).
cFtc
WANTED. One or more volunteers to
work with Boy Scout troop. Southeast
Ann Arbor area. 971-4547 or 971-4354.
58F08
PASSPORT, APPLICATION PICS, by ex-
perienced Daily photographer. Come
to the Daily this Friday night be-
tween 7 and 8, and ask for David
Margolick. dFO3

A,

PERSONAL
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2) MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFte
WOMEN'S COMMUNITY SCHOOL Be-
ginning Yoga Class (exercise), Mon-
- days and Wednesdays 5:15-6:15. Room
342 Mich. Union. Phone 763-2407
59F22
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - Tradi-
tional, Creative, and Custom: 3 styles,
3 price ranges. Call Weddings by Da-
vid at 769-0053 or stop in-Suite 318,
the Campus Inn. 9 to 5:30, 10 to 2 on
Saturdays. (Member, Professional
Photographers of Ann Arbor, Inc.)
eFtc
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead via
high mark-up. For 'the area's lowest
prices and finest qualities possible on
an engagement ring, shop Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES AND OFFSET
eFtc
What's NEW in face and eye makeup?
At the Village Apothecary we will
enjoy taking the time tQ show you.
cFtc
GRAD COFFEE HOUR returns Wed.
nights, 4th floor Rackham. Try it.
cFtc

NOTICE:
F R E E Wilkinson B o n d e d
y emo Razors have arrived-
bring in your FREE coupon
from your Term Planner.
REDEEM AT
Follett s
STATE ST. AT NORTH U.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUITAR LESSONS
Class or private instruction - all,
styles. Our studios also accommo-
date banjo, flute & recorder, key-
board, bass drums, clarinet, oboe,
& sax. Call Ann Arbor Music Mart,
769-4980. cXtx
FOR SALE: Sony FM5000 stereo tuner,
Call 761-2138. 09X2
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments avail-
!able. made, repaired. accessories, les-

82Y22
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Apt.-
on Oakland. Call Sally, 662-4846.
52Y22

CAMPUS and HOSPITAL AREA-Need
male roommates. $69.00 per month.
721 E. Kingsley. Cail 663-9373.
HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
cYtc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS

SUPERBUG: '69' VW, sun roof, AM-FM,,
mags, Pirelli tires, rear defogger, new
exhaust system and brakes. Reliable
and priced to sell. Call 761-8109 per-
sistently. 88N19
'66 MERCURY. Must sell. $295 or best
offer. 761-6474 after 5 p.m. 97N25,
'69 NOVA. Excellent condition. $1000 or
best offer. 665-5385. '.96N22
67 COUGAR. Runs well. Excel. interior.

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EXPERIENCED motorcycle mech. will Needs exhaust work. $450. Mark or
tune-up your motorcycle at your Reid. 761-5960. 25N23
home. Call 485-2278. 97Z26 1972 VEGA WAGON-excellent condi-
USED SOLEX. Like new $149. 769-0465 tion. Very economical-663-9770 after
or 769-0467. ..13Z23 6 p.m. 20N22

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CITY COMMUNE welcomes single par-
ents. $135. Children appreciated. 663-
1392. 02023
RENT A MOTOR HOME
New 22' units; air-conditioned, fully
insured, AM-FM radio, wall-to-wall
carpeting. Call 971-1792. 76C22
START RIGHT THIS FALL
START WITH
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
S. University at Forest
(5 minutes to class)
8 MONTH FALL-WINTER LEASE
* FURNISHED APARTMENTS
0 STUDY LOUNGE
0 RECREATION ROOM
* HEATED SWIMMING POOL
* FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
MOVIES AND PARTIES
VISIT OR CALL 761-2680
cCtc
BARGAIN CORNER

t 1 , 1 U, , , ,A_ _ _ _ _ _ _. _ _ .._11V_._ __. _-_
sons. 209 S. State, 665-8001, 10-6 p.m. CASHIER
cXtc LOST AND FOUND TOYOTA And one or two full-time, pantry
1--- - _______ ---I\./I\.IF Xpositions. Hiring will be conducted
HOFNER 12-string GUITAR. Mint cond. LOST-Brown leather purse last Men-s on sOct. 3-6 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
$100 or best offer. 668-6032. 66X22 day night, probably at U Cellar- CASH Farrell's Ice Cream Parlor and Res-
keep money, just PLEASE return 2 BRING YOUR TITLE taurant located in the new Briarwood
RECTILINEAR III's Pair $275. Call pairs glasses and personal papers. . Mall, 470 Briarwood Circle, I-94 and
769-3166 persistently. 71X23 REWARD! No questions asked. Call WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR! State Rd. 33H25
SI- 662-1148. ooA22 TOP $$$ DELIVERY PERSON with own car.
MUSIC, STRINGS
'N' THINGS FOUND-Male grey cat in W.E. 764- -SPORTS & IMPORTS- Counter help. Apply in person. Mr.
- M lflhIN'..~ - 6488. dA23 '73 MAZDA's Coupe and wagon Pizza. 769-8031. 24H22
Acoustic Instruments and acces- '71 VOLVO 164, Full power, air, Ha
sories, lessons and expert repairs. FOUND: 2-3 mo. old female puppy. AM-FMU.........was $4295, now $3995
Old Martins and Gibsons Guild gui- Adorable, cute, gentle, brown with '71 JAGUAR XKE, Full Power, $2.00/hr. 663-1372. 87H23
tars in stock. Prices 20% off. 668-9836. bla ckmarkin and white C was $8895, now $7995 DRIVERS NEEDED.,Must have own car.
S3. Wiiam. ct en's " Coo.865A2 70 MG MIDGET, red, chrome wire Apply in person only after 4 p.m.
-AVE 30-PERENT n most musicalimmediately. dA23 wheels .... .. .....$1995 Mr. Tony's Submarine Shop. 1327 S.
instruments. Call Steve, 761-7209, or FOUND: Gray-white long-haired cat in '69 MG MIDGETc,wire wheels .... $1795 University. 1422
Cherie, 761-7991, 80X161 Woodbury Gardens. Mitch 663-3708. 1 69 VOLVO 144S, automatic, like new ___________________
hr,______W du G ds. th-_ dA23..............................$1995 ADVANCED LATIN STUDENT needed.
STEEL STRING and classical guitars, - - - -- - ,68 VOLVO 142S 4-speed......... $1595 Pay well. Call Steve. 1-562-5415. 57H22
finest quality, 40-50% off list. Classi- FOUND: Young short-haired yellow- 71 DATSUN 240Z's. 2 to choose from H EI-. y
cal guitar lessons-all levels, accredit- gold male cat. Found corner Packard 71 AUDI OLS A.T., air ...... $3695 HOUSECLEANING-6-8 hrs./wk., yard
ed by UM. 662-1775, 665-7348 till 11:00 and Main. 665-6862 aft. 9 p.m. dA23 '70 O GROADSTER.......... $2495 work 3-6 hrs./wk. $2/hr. Also truck
pm. cXtc '70 OPEL OT, blue, 4-speed $2595 needed. 761-1932. cHtc
, I FOUND: House key in front of Angell -TOYOTAS-
MARTIN GUITARS D-18, D-28, D-35, .,Hall. 663-9917. dA22 1969-1972 allemodelsrto choose from: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED at a nursery
12-strings ready to be enjoyed! Apollo - --- 100 per cent warranty on engines, school. Call 769-4511 for moreinfo.
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc: FOUND: Ladies prescription lens glasses , transmissions and diff. for 1000 miles , 99H22
at Stanford game. 764-7470, 665-0864. or 30 days.
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender, dA221 1973 DEMO'S - Real dollar values. EL
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin, -DOMESTICS-
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music, LOST: Backpack at Ulrich's Wednesday. '72 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL-ALL The Michigan Daily needs people to
322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc Contained 3 notebooks, textbook and wagon. Just like new, 11,000 miles, work on the Business Staff. We have
APOLLO DRUM - -- - sunglasses. Call 665-4343. 58A22 P.S., P.B. Sale................$2995 openings in the Display advertising
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar, REWARD' Grey shaggy 60 pound dog. saf lsiid iclto n a
right dwgGr"'h "rld Priced Whi^echest,665-4945. 70A23 Toyota Ann Arbor tional advertising. If you are inter-
right deals. 322 S. Main, 769-1400. qXtc e-.- -B - - - - 9 7I, R-y
FOR__ALEROOM AND BOARD 907 N. Main or Dave. 764-0560.
FOR SALE- -_ _-^--_--_- ---_769-7935 THE -DAILY

WANTED.
STUDENTS for SG( Positions
CREDENTIALS AND RULES COURT
Oversees SGC elections
BUDGET PRIORITIES COMMITTEE
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
DIRECTOR OF SOC MEAT CO-OP
UNIVERSITY CELLAR BOARD;
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS BOARD
WE NEED TO FILL THESE POSTS RIGHT AWAY
To find out more, call SGC (763-3241) and ask
for Mike. Or come on in to our offices on the third
floor of the Union,
PLEASE REMEMBER:
We need New People to build The New SGC

SAM'S
STORE
LEVIS - DENIM
TRADITIONALS.
BUTTONFLY....
BOOT JEANS......

Try,
Daily
Classifieds

8.50
8.00
8.50

JACKETS.10.50

LEVIS-CORDUROYS
BOOT JEANS
BELL BOTTOMS
HOODED
SWEATSHIRTS ...

8.50
9.00
6.98

DOWN
COATS ....
ARCTIC
PARKAS .. .

DOUBLE BED for sale, $10. Call Debbie,
761-4861. dB23
SAILBOAT - International 470 class.
North Sails full race. Asking $1400z
with trailer. Aubrey Meyerson. 1-356-
4980. 11B23
1 SINGLE BED mattress $15, and 1 desk
$7. Call 668-6074. 65B22
GARAGE SALE: Furniture, dishes, an-
tiques. Sun., Sept. 30, 8-6. 1174 Arling-
ton Blvd. Ann Arbor. 47B22
3-HEAD Sony Tapedeck. Exc. Cond.3
Tony, 761-0706. 27B22
MUSIC LOVERS: FOR SALE: ORCOA
portable electric organ w/stand,
uench, music; GE Record Player, ste-
reo automatic w/separate speakers;
VM Tape Recorder stereo 4-Trk w/
separable speakers. Call 763-6602, eve-
nings. 46819
SUBLET
SUBLEASE-One person, U Towers, less 1
than their regular rent. Call 662-5135,
6-9 p.m. 8U23
PETS AND SUPPLIES
BEAUTIFULLY MARKED Siberian hus-
ky bitch; 16 mos.; housebroken, af-
fectionate with children. $15. Call
769-2697. 62T25
SITUATIONS WANTED j
WILL BABYSIT in my vegetarian home
for 3 or 4 year old. 971-9353. 84023 I

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FEMALE NEEDED to take over a lease N EL
at Xanadu Co-op. 1811 Washtenaw. NE D YOUR
Room and Boara-$115.00 a month. I HEELP WANTEDdtH L
must move due to my poor financial ELPWdxtc
situation. Call Linda or Michele at --MEDI-L A _TAN xrncd nPERSONAL
763-1107 or 662-6744. Please eave your MEDICAL ASSISTANTS experienced iniPERSONAL
name and number- if we are not I venipunctures/experience in electro-
there. dEtco cardiograms desirable. Full-time and "FILE A REPORT ON THE WORLD"
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1 Early car starter.
6 T.ourist: Abbr.
10 Bang.
14 Mythical hours.
15 Trick.
16 Type of headgear.
17 Friend in Taxco.
18 Italian city.
19 Actor Burl.
20 Noted comedian.
22 Legal wrong;
23 Eurasian river.
24 Choose.
26 One of the fifty.
30 Set up a fund for.
"32 Fleece.
33 Raced.
35 Cant.
39 " a fool."
41 Cocker,
43 Cubic measure.
44 Space agency.
46 Happy.
47 Writer Joyce
Carol.'
49 Stair parts.
51 Large: Prefix..
53. Knee's neighbor.
55 Word with good
or bad.

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56 Navy air
stunters,
62 Pertaining to.
63 Henley gear.
64 Thin as -.
65 Ornamental
network.
66 Lyrics.
67 Southern title:
Colloq.
68 Hurl.
69 City dating from.
2800 B.C.
70 Founded:, Abbr.
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1 Cleaning woman.
2 City in NW.
Georgia.
3 Dry.
4 Ponies.
5 Iowa city.
6 Musical syllables.
7 Cattle thief.
8 Regarding.
9 Having streaks.
10 Street cleaners,
old style.
11 Play - with.
12 Warn.
13 Largest part.

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25 "What
wants...'
26 Elec. abbr.
27 Happy song.
28 Wings.
29 Goes up veryfast.
31 Famous loch.
34 Normandy river.
36 African river.
37 Attire: Slang.
38 Early auto
maker.
40 Dread.
42 Gulf near
Trinidad.
45 British insurance
man.
48 In addition.
50 _..only.
51 Saki's name.
52 Farm units.
54 German state.
55 Elevator, in
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