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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 17, 1973

et the job done
FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday

PERSONAL
WORK OVERSEAS a career vacation
abroad through Iaeste (International
Assoc. for the Exchange of Students'
for Technical Experience). Informa-
tion Meeting, Thursday, October 18,
7:30 p.m. International Center. Na-
tional Director and Former partici-
pants will discuss this program for;
students in Engineering, Architecture,
and the Sciences. 50F36

PERSONAL

Why j.uy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal de-
sign made by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc
2 FREE GAMES 2
with this coupon
come in and relax
PINBALL ALLEY
1 ?1 7 q(lnv~c

"SOPHIE" ends soon. If you wish to I I 1'J.-" IVVITY
see more of her, you have a chance cFtc
to do something about it. Details to- "
morrow. dF36 WE MEET OUR competitiors prices.
-_.IJust ask Village Apothecary CFtc

PERSONAL
BORED OF
CL ASSES ALREADY?
The n ilv is lookn' f-r volunteer peo-
p^ to \vork on the Business Staff.
Onenines in all dennrtments. Good
exnesience in workinrr with adver-
fi s'rs nnd in advertising. 5c Cokes
are _jne of the ni->nv henefits of
ecrkina or the staff. Call 764-0560
or str'p by The Daily building and
ask for Bill, Ray or Dave. dFtc
NA1 ONWIDE Auto Transporters -
Cars, all points. 1-537-0005. 59F53
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OI?
- A REAL ALTERNATIVE-
769-3995 5-8 P.M. DAILY
cFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to

FOR RENT

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

ROOMMATE NEEDED-Large, luxu
apt. Your own lease.
CAMPUS- RENTALS
LTD.
665-8825
1335 SOUTH U.

rious

E-FLAT SAXOPHONE: call eves., 665-
5449. 02X41
STEREO - ZENITH Solid State. Tilt
table portable, 7 in. x 14 in. detach-
able speakers. Perfect condition. $50.1
cCtc 763-1164 between 8-12 and 1-5. 79X35

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FOR SALE BUSINESS SERVICES
CONSOLIDATING HOUSEHOLDS: sell- TYPING, thesis, dissertation. Rough or
ing Kenwood amp, dual table, 4 final copy. Call after 7 p.m., 761-
speakers-$125; Concord Delux Cas- 1784. 34J66
sette-$25; 3-speed bike (1 year old) - --------
-$30. All owned with love and care, ARBOR PARK DAY-CARE Center has1
Call Barbor Milt: 761-5678, persis- full- and part-time openings for
tently. 30B45 children ages 21-5. For information1

HELP WANTED

SCHWINN VARSITY customized 10-

i.

call 971-0886 or 97149239. 08J44

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HALLOWEEN COSTUMES -weird an- SAVE 30 PERCENT on most musical
tique generally bizarre clothing. Comb instruments. Call Steve, 761-7209, or
browse at Forgotten Works (but be ! herie. 761-7991. 40X45
careful you might get lost). Week-
ends 10-6, 410 N. 4th Ave. cC38 M
SMUSIC, STR INGS

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1-BEDROOM HOUSE, reasonable, well
located, will trade for your 1-bedroom
apartment. Days (517) 783-2851, eves.
662-8594. 07C40
PLEASANT, quiet room for rent, $69.
Lease till Aug. 663-1013 persistently.
11C37
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom in 2-bdrm. apt.
$125, on E. Kingsley. Ann Arbor, Box
375 48107. 44C40
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT to share
apartment. Own room, on campus.1
668-6912 or 668-8791. 22C36
APARTMENT FOR RENT: close to cam-
pus,:3 bedrooms, partially furnished,.
carpeted, older building. $300/mo.
Call Trony Asso. 662-3288. 59C37

'N' THINGS

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speed chrome $70.00, Panasonic Cas- CALL AN Ex-Hopwood Poet/Editor/T.A.
sette $12.00. Bauer size 10 Hockey for free-lance writing, editing, cri-
Skates $15.00. No Name Mandolin, new ticism, proofing, some typing. Deliv-
strings $15.00. 662-0595. 16B40 ery service available. Call 973-1489,
anytime. 07J35
OHIO STATE TICKET, 45 yard line.
662-1970. 23B37 ACCOMPLISHED PIANIST seeks stu-
dents all ages and levels. Reasonable
FOR SALE: RCA portable stereo. $50. rates. 763-3994 late eves., or between
761-1391, 662-9518. 17B37, 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. 62J38
PETS AN DSU PPLI ES rYPING - Experienced. Low rates.
Pick-up and delivery. Call 449-2248.
i .lllV CT AT TG+ l.« ....1 9 In.. .h . «16J36

BASS PLAYER with equipment, to play
original music. Before 3 p.m., Zeke,
761-6152. dH38
PIZZA MAKERS. Good pay, full or
part-time. Mr. Pizza, 342 E. Liberty,
769-8030. 36H401
HONEST and dependable counter help
needed at the Union Station Restau-
rant, downstairs in the Michigan Un-
ion. Hours: 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Mon.-
Fri.; Sat., 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Also
bussing position open: Mon.-Wed.-
Fri. 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 38H40
tULL-TIME head cashier opening im-
med. Apply in person, Kay Baum,
500 E. Liberty. 24H41
BABYSITTER NEEDED: 2 pre-schoolers,
my home; must have own transpor-
tation. Some light housekeepink. Fri.
and Sat. 12:30-5:30. $2.00/hr. 973-0776
after 6. 00H38
RESPONSIBLE PERSON to care for 2
yr. old boy 5 afternoons a week, 2-5
p.m. in my home. References requir-
ed. 769-2699. 03H37

"IF WE Did Not Live
Among Intolerant,
Narrow-Minded and
Violent People, I
Should Be the First
to Throw Over All
Nationalism in
Favor of Universal
Humanity"
-A. Einstein
10F37
HALLOWEEN is coming, and I need a
turkey costume. Do you creative peo-
ple have any suggestions for methods
and materials? Doug 665-9221. dF36
SUBJECTS WANTED with phobias for
research study providing free therapy
for the phobia. Please call Ms. Tricia
McGilliard at 764-5348 in Univ. Hos-
pital. 87F40

Acoustic Instruments and acces-I
sories. 20% off list. Lessons and ex-
pert repairs. Old Martins, Gibsons
and Guild guitars in stock. 668-9836.
516 E. William. cXtc'
STEEL STRING and classical guitars,
finest quality, 40-50% off list. Classi-
cal guitar lessons-all levels, accredit-
ed by UM. 662-1775, 665-7348 till 11:00
pm. cXtc
MARTIN GUITARS D-18, D-28, - D-35.
12-strings ready to be enjoyed! Apolloz
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maestro, G i b s o n, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc,
APOLLO DRUM CENTER-Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock : Rogers, Sonar,{

V .. O . Va t; 1t/ a lA . 1 '
DIVORCED or SINGLE: Private, person-
alized dating club for over 10 yrs.
:n this area. College required or
equivalent job experience to become
a member. Call free information 355-
0677. Write INTERACTIONS 17000 W.
8 Mile, No. 371. Southfield, Mi 48075.
88F46

BICYCLE, Backpack, Motor, Train, or prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
Thumb? Travel Fair, November 30. D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
85F49 Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
ART WORLD'S FALL CLASS-Abden-j XEROX AND OFFSET
dum acrylic painting, bamboo flute COPY QUICK
making, Batik and tie dye, forge iron
work, macrame, calligrathy, candle- 1217 c. University 769-0560
making, figure drawing, glass blow- cFtc
ing, leathercraft, life sculpture, prim- GRAD COFFEE HOUR returns Wed.
itive sewing, stained glass, water nights, 4th floor Rackham. Try it.
color,pweaving, belly dance, dance cFtc
therapy, modern dance, folk dance,
mime, guitar, recorder playing, basic at MARTY'S .. .
and darkroom photography, figure "Wall-of-Slax"
and nature photography, matting and Flared 'n Cuffed
mounting, photoscreen printing, as- Knit or Knot
trology charting, palmistry, tarot, Jeans 'n Jackets
creative writing, self defense for wo- MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
men. Phone 668-6244 for schedule. 310 S. State St.
213112 S. Main, A.A. cFtc cFtc

BOX STALLS for rent & huge indoor
irena & heated observation room. One
of Michigan's largest western ap-
parel shops. English & Western sad-
dle & tack, Western gifts & cards,
horses & ponies for sale. 1000 ft. of_
cyclone fencing & manure spreader.
Village Tack 'N Togs
9101 Cherry Hill, Ypsi. 482-3755
56T36
ALASKAN MALAMUTES, female pup-
pies and adults. AKC, for sale or
lease. 665-0188 or (616) 754-3329.
28T36,
USED CARS

TYPING-Experience' -all phases. 971-
1629, 483-5839, 485-2286. 99J39
TYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cite
WE GUARANTEE personal attention in
handling shipments of your personal
effects worldwide. Contact A. F.:
Burstrom, E. Gene. 983-4033. cJtc
TICKETS

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KENNEL HELP WANTED for veterinar-
ian hospital. Duties include yard,
Horse, veterinary assistance work.
761-7454. 06H38
HOUSEWIVES - College students or
anyone able to work part-time or full
time. Burger King wants you. Pre-

AWARENESS OF SELF, OTHERS. EX-
PERIMENTAL WORKSHOP for ten
people: October 26-28. Margaret
Blood. 769-0046. 04F40

AIR-COND. 2 bedroom and den, dish-
washer, swimming pool, tennis court,
sublet $230/month, available immedi-
ately. 663-5678 or 764-9525. 16C36
Where
TEN ANTS
COME FIRST !
For a Campus Apt.
Offering Many
Additional Features
CALL
MAIZE & BLUE
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
cCtc
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM-
3090 CARPENTER RD..
CORNER OF PACKARD
OPEN 10-6 DAILY
973-9230
cts
START RIGHT THIS FALL
START WITH
UN IVERSITY
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
S. University at Forest
(5 minutes to class)
0 8 MONTH FALL-WINTER LEASE
* FURNISHED APARTMENTS
0 STUDY LOUNGE
* RECREATION ROOM
* HEATED SWIMMING POOL I
FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
* MOVIES AND PARTIES
VISIT OR CALL 761-2680

FOR SALE: 2 or 3 tickets to OSU game.I
764-3608. dQ38
WANTED: 2 tickets to Moody Blues.

EINSTEIN WAS RIGHT.
Do something now.
Tomorrow may be too late.
09F37

764-8513 between 1-5. u40Q3 erred nours between 10-5 daily
Lig. esch, Singer9and. CORVAIR. 1966. Very good cond. 1 _ - ------ -- 8-1 a.m. nightly. Apply in person at_
r l M -.__ctc owner. Under 31,000 mi. $450. 761-1925 WANTED: two tickets to Moody Blues the Burger King on W. St'adium Blvd.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO aft. 5:30 p.m. 37N36 concert. 665-9644. 28Q40 -(one mile west of U-M football sta-
Unavailable instruments,, repairs and .. --- dium). 55H37
intuciobl ns 209m5. State 665-8001 1968 CHEVELLE, auto; 307; AM-FM; NEEDED: 5 tickets for Wisconsin game. dum). _ _ _37_
cXtc Radials; P.B.; low mileage; gootJ Call before 3:30, 665,5752, 27Q38 WORD IN ORIENT
cond. $600. will negotiate. 663-2307.- Businessmen, Professors, students -
39N401 WE NEED 6 tickets to the Ohio State International Chemical Company is
H E-L-P WA-NTED -jgame. Willing to discuss price. Call expanding operations in Hong Kong.
-___ _ - - -- - CONSOLIDATING HOUSEHOLDS: Sell- Denise at 971-4840.' 20Q41 Singapore, Taiwan and Tokyo In-
PEOPLE WANTED for regular part-time j ing '66 Ford: new tires, brakes, -- -S-- --o eTmm nrand Tokyo. In-
poster distribution. Call 769-7787 or shocks, etc. $350. Call Barb or Milt, TRADE: want two Ohio State for two come commensurate with qualifica-
668-6723. dH36 761-5678 persistently. 29N45 Moody Blues. 971-4316 or 763-2344, available in marketing, sales person-
_._ --...., _.-._-- -- - - days. 21Q38 neladmeinstretiandproductiron
EARN $1.50 QUICK CLASSIC '56 FORD Victoria, automatic 3ne, administration and production.
Participate in a simple pencil and V-8, power steering, radio, 50,000 orig- WANTED: 2 Ohio St. football tickets. Send resume with names, addresses
paper task. Ages 19-23. Must be a inal miles. 973-2149. 86N36 Call 761-0826 aft. 6 p.m. t 05Q37 phone numbers of at least 3 oriental
native speaker of American English. __ .- - --- re-er-n--s--- ----- ----d2c474Ltd
Call Sandy, 764-0349, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. '48 CADILLAC antique. Best offer. 662- 1 WANTED: two tickets to Wisconsin 28474 Swan Drive, Grosse Ile, Mich.
71H36 9781. 14N40 game. Sec. 28. 769-9863. 84Q37 48138 to the attention of Mr. Bryant.
Representative needed! Earn $200 plus 1970 SAAB 96 V4. Excellent condition. WANTED: 2 tickets for "Moody Blues"'TELEPHONE
each semester with only a few hours. $875, nearest offer. 575-3082 or 643-, Concert. Call between 9 a.m. and 5 TELEPHONE CANVASSER - Full or
work at the beginning of the semes- 0076. 75N38 p m. 965-4750. 15Q40 665-0592. 77H38
ter. -6-5-05--- ~7- -8
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 1973 VW Bug, flame orange, AM-FM, WANTED: will pay top price for 2 ad- - -
SERVICE 12,000 miles. Call collect 1-342-8998 joining tickets to -Mody Blues.. Call PERSONAL
519 Glenrock Ave., Suite 203, 72N38 769-4343 any time. 98Q38E
Los Angeles, Califdrnia 90024 ------ -------- ---~--- --- -WANTED: Room in house/apt. under
76H62 FOR SALE: 1966 Dodge Coronet. 6 cyl- WAN'ED: two together, Ohio St. Call $100. 761-6413, John, or leave message.
inder, automatic, 79,000 miles. $200. Dave, 662-8183. 69Q37 32F37
WANTED: Senior Computer Science/ Call 769-2060. dB34 ;__-__ -
Business student to do application ----- ------v- ---' 6 or 8 OSU Tickets wanted. 761-1932. WE DENY the existence of silverized
programming on a part-time basis. 1961 AUSTIN-HEALY 3000 Roadster,;CQ38 weather balloons. JACOBS LADDER'
Contact Jim Stutsman at the SBR running condition. 663-5497. 54N38 .IGALLERY. In Kerrytown Market 415
Corporation, 626 Mott Foundation, 2 TICKETS NEEDED for Wisconsin. N. Fifth Ave. cFtc
Flint MI. 48502, Phone (313) 235-2528 OPEL GT, '69. Clean, best offer over Senior priority. Call 482-5731 after _
$1100. Maverick, '70, 32,000 miles, 3 8 p.m. Qd36 CHECK US OUT!
____ _50H_6_speed, $1300. Call days 971-4774 and -----OUR REPUTATION IS SOLID.
nights 662-7389. 87N39 NEED SIX PAIR OSU tickets, Call U-M BARBERS & STYLISTS
----- -------------- Gale: 1-223-7319 or 1-331-2182. Help! MICHIGAN UNION
1969 FALCON Station Wagon. Well 29Q37 tF36
maintained, good mileage. $800. 971- ---
HESLP WANTED: 4774, 971-2734. 73N38 RVKS AND SCOOTERS EARN! Sell Carpet Shampoo to $50.00

ASSOCIATE BOOKS EDITOR .. .FOR
THE DAILY. Looking -for someone
with broad interests in fiction and
non-fiction, experienced in writing
and editing, knows or willng to learn
layout. Benefits: innumerable books
and working experience, hobnobbink
with publishers. Ability to write/edit
most impt. 4-7 hours a week. Inter-
ested/qualified? Call Tony, 764-0552,
662-9424. dF38
I'M O.K. - YOU'RE O.K. -
Introductory Workshop, Sat., Oct. 20,
9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Professional leaders
trained in Transactional Analysis,
Psychodrama, Gestalt. Call 769-5225
or 971-0045. 97F37
PHOTOGRAPHER would like to meet
women intersted in exchanging mod-
eling time for photo work. Call 665-
6447 eves. 90F37
HEY! Only two days left to apply for
Winter Book Rush at the University
Cellar and still get equal considera-
tion for Winter hiring with the folks
that have been applying since Oc-
tober 1. Do it! 10-4 at the Informa-
tion Desk in the rear of the store,
basement of the Michigan Union.
67F34
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP - offers
alternatives to abortion. 400 S. Divi-
sion-Basement office. 769-7283.
49F38
COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, base-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
T~TE ;Fn RC)~X ROP_ 'T i 40 S.tate

FOR THE LATEST in ar
STYLISTS and R.K. PRODUCTS,
U-M Barbers and Stylists
cFtc
PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted meer-
schaum pipes. Exceptional values and
the most personalized of service. Free
Catalog. PMP Co., P.O. Box 444,
Gaithersburg, Md.' 20760. 66Ftc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
FIND ME, LOVE. Self awareness fel-
lowship meeting, Oct. 17, Wed.,a7:30
p.m. Faculty Club Lounge, Student
Union Bldg. 12F36
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
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod, or tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
TYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cFtc
FOR THE BOLD, brave and spirited:
R. K. Wood Spice Cologne. U-M Bar-
bers and Stylists, open Sat. to 5:15
p.m., Union. cFtc

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
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. cFtc
LET US PRICE your next prescription.
Village Apothecary. Tel. 769-0666.
cFtc
YOUTH FARE CARDS, Charters,
Groups, Getaway programs. Call Cin-
di Hopkins, TWA Campus Rep. 769-
0634. cFtc

" Gfl
ATTENTION

1969 MERCURY 4-door, air cond., a
bargain at $650. 971-4774, 971-2734.
74N381

TRIUMPH DAYOTA 500, good condi-
tion, new electronics, must sell: $550,
negotiable. 662-2374, Rob. 96Z4

WELDERS, ON THE JOB TRAINING,
AND ASSEMBLERS.
BRIGHTON METAL PRODUCTS,
10741 HAMBURG RD.,
HAMBURG

'65 BUICK. Cheap.Write Ann Arbor Box
375 48107. 43N40 FOR SALE: Bultaco Pursang 125. 25
F :miles. Ann Arbor Box 375 48107.
}For Sale: Ducati 66 250cc. 42Z40

ITOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE

PROFESSIONAL motorcycle mech. will
tune-up your motorcycle at your
home. Call 485-2278. 97Z26
PHOTOSUPPLIES_

and MORE daily. Write: Jes Distribu- (upstairs), 761-0112 (open 1-6 p.m.).
tors 9309 Aurora N., Seattle, Washing- ( )o -
ton 980. 31F66 ___ - -- -___ _______
THE CONTINUING STORY OF MADAM Daily Classifieds
SOPHIE.. ..became sick with envy
oevery deaf person theygknew Bring QuCk Results
didn't know). Upon hearing thisSo
phie threatened to close up shop, but
changed her mind when . . . dF36
GAY WOMEN AND GAY MEN. Gay ANSWER 10 PREVIOUS PUZZLE
grad students, faculty, staff & TF's S AIt I B P A P A A M I S
come meet in a casual atmosphere to U P O N A A L A R S E N T
discuss our common concerns. Oct. 21, S P 0 0 N E R I SM 1 L L A
7:30 p.m., Union, South Wing, 3rd fl A T I T U D E S L A T E
conference room. Info: 763-4186, 761- L G E D 0 I T E
2044 (Gay Hotline, 24 hrs., 7 days).
13F40 ABB REAM 0 N
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LOST AND FOUND VARIED WORK available for personsL TOP $$$ WANTED: Old Leica camera andac-
who enjoy working with wood. Hours cessories. Prof. Lorey, 764-1559. 44D38
LOST: Men's wallet containing valuable Flexible, wages negotiable. Apply in -SPORTS & IMPORTS-
I.D. Campus vicinity. Oct. 16. RE- person at American Wbod Products, 71 1 IAI 124 Spider, - and ATR Tm 5 0 . f/1.4
WARD. Call 668-7496 anytime. 35A38 Inc.. 214 N. 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor, Red, AM-FM, One Owner....... $2795 and Vivitar 200mm. 3.5 lens, $300. Call
UN: kand hit lg-adbetween 8 a m and 5 p.m. 61H36 '71 VOLVO 164, Full power,2air, $fer5 B2E6
OUND black and white long-haired _-_ ___ -- -- _- AM-FM...... .. was $4295, now $3995 ; _______
male cat on Division near Liberty, ROOMMATES '71 JAGUAR XKE, Full Power, SUBLET
With scar over right eye. Call 665-7643 was $8895, now $7995 Tg
------38-- - '70 MG MIDGET, red, chrome wire ; ROOM TO SUBLET: male grad., Nov.
ROOMMATE WANTED: houe on Silver wheels........................$1995 1st-May- 15th. $76/mo. 2 blocks from
LOST: 1 black key case with 5 keys- Lake, own bedroom, 25 minutes from '69 MG MIDGET, wire wheels .... $1795 Diag. Call 662-0652. 33U38
Vilinity William & Thompson. Re- A.A. $100/month. Call Carlos, 426- 69 VOLVO 144S, automatic, like new-----------.
ward. 761-9763. 22A38 8964. 26Y38.$1995 SUBLET: unfurnished luxury 2-bed-
L T Nd. Bracelet.2iA3l '68 VOLVO 142S 4-speed...... $1595 room near North Campus. 6-month
LOST ON CAMPUS: Bracelet. Simple FEMA LE WANTED to share large room '71A UDI 10OLS A.T., air.. ..... $3695 lease, $205/month-negotiable. 761-
gold chain with small turquoises. If in large friendly house. $61 per mo. 1 A70 MGB ROADSTER .............$2495 7074, 5-10 evenings. 19U39
found call 665-6807. dA38 Call after 5:30. 761-9556. 18Y40 '70 MGB ROADSTER4s.........$2595 7 5 e -
" fond' all 65-807.dA38; 7-OPE -TO, YOTS -spedSUBLEASE. Male $75/mo. Clean, a/c,
FOUND: gray, black, tiger striped kit- NEED 1 or 2 MEN to share beautifulr furn., TV, tel. 662-8614. 65U37
A-A.. .2-bedroom apt. on Vaughn Street. On ~19691972 all models to choose rom:

you've been waiting for!
, ..

Save 25 % on 200
TITLES. MORE COMING.
USED BOOKS 50% ETC.
DAVID'S BOOKS, 209 S. State
663-8441

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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Copr. '73 Gen'1 Features Corp.

ten. Wilmot St., 761-9326. dA36 ---------
_______campus. Immediate occupancy. Rent
POUND: Tiger kitten with red and; negotiable. Call Jim Frisinger 769-
white collarrnear Packard and Arch. 6185. 89Y39
763-6651. dA36 ----
76- . -dA31 4TH WOMAN NEEDED for 2-bedroom
LOST: DROWN WALLET'in MLB men's off-campus apartment near IM build-
room, Thursday, Oct. 11 at 2 pm. ing. Call 662-4046 or ask for Cindy,
Call Rick 769-1218 anytime. REWARD. 764-0552. dY35
CAMPUS and HOSPITAL AREA--Need
WANTED TO RENT male roommates. $69.00 pr month.
721 E. Kingsley. Call 663-9373.
HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
DESPERATELY NEED cheap, used bi cYtc
cycle. $5 reward to third party find-_ -
ing m eone. Call Kevin 5:30-7:30, 764- E
1061. 25K37 iMISCELLANEOUS

100 per cent warranty on engines,
transmissions and diff, for 1000 miles
or 30 days.
1973 DEMO'S - Real dollar values.
-DOMESTICS-
'72 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL-ALL l
wagon. Just like new, 11,000 miles,
P.S., P.B. Sale ... $2595'
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main

LEGAL ABORTIONS
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EVERYTHING ABOUT IT SAYS
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Indian title.
Den.
Glide.
"Give - horse
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Involve.
Numerals.
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BARGAIN CORNER
GET HIGH-Why pay over $1.00 for a,
bottle of wine? Make a gallon for
less. No fancy equipment required.
Send $1.00 for instructions: ACTION
ENTERPRISES, P.O. Box 11, Willis,
Mi. 48197. 32W44
SAM'S
STORE
LEVIS - DENIM
TRADITIONALS ....8.50
BUTTONFLYS .......8.00
BOOT JEANS......8.50
JACKETS ..........10.50

RIDING IS FUN-on your horse or
ours. English, Western, Dressage, and
Jumping. Beginners' to advaiiced.
Large indoor arena.sLessons from $5.j
Boarding, training, qualified instruc-
tors. Come out and have fun. 761-
9691. 3500 South Wagner Rd. 10 min-
utes from campus. 46M41
CHINA STIUDY CLUB
PRESENTS
"Fighting North
and South"
(a film of the
Chinese Red Army)
FREE-Tonight
Multipurpose Rm-UGLI
7:45 p.m.

SPECIAL! HOT CHOCOLATE
Everyone Welcome!
GRAD
COFFEE
HOUR
WEDNESDAY
8-10 p.m.
West Conference
Room, 4th Floor
RACKHAM
LOTS OF PEOPLE LOTS OF FOOD

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20 Numerous.
21 -glacee.
22 Yippee!
24 Word to urge on
a horse.
25 Earth, for one.
27 Cravings.
31 Beguiled.
32 Sautes.
33 Grange.
35 Galatea's lover.
36 Stores of a sort.
37 Twining plant.
38 Cravat.
39 Kicks.
40 Mickey of the
movies.
41 Rises.
43 Quieted.
44 Possess.
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46 Capital of Guam.
49 Off.
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54 Entrusted.
56 Time off.
57 Set apart.
58 Village near
Verdun.
59 Word with new
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60 In order.
61 The stars: Lat.
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2 Sheik's relative.
3 Turkish soldiers.
4 Wind flowers.
5 Common verb.
6 Fissures: Biol.
7 Arabian sea gulf.
8 Grand Old__.
9 Eleventh century
date: Rom.
10 Steep cliffs.
11 A Smith.
12 Separate thing.
13 Ancient Persian.
16 Brings upon
oneself.
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24 Hastens.
25 Braid.
26 Bride of Lammer.
moor. ,
27 Jogs.
28 Dieter's worry.
29 Successful.
30 Smell or sight.
32 Budget item.
34 Important paper.
36 N.Y.'neighbor.
37 Pillows.
39 Mourn.
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Paris.
42 Foreign
representative.
43 Slogan.
45 Box for tea.
46 Cutting.
47 Used up.
48 Handle: Lat.
49 Hostile to:
Prefix.
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chore.
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53 Tableland.
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