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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
WORDS l day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days add.
0-10 1.00 2.00 2.40 3.20 3.90 4.50 .55
11-15 1.15 2.30 2.90 3.90 4.80 5.60 .75
16-20 1.30 2.60 3.60 4.80 5.90 6.80 .85
21-25 1.55 3.10 4.30 5.70 7.00 8.10 1.05
26-30 1.80 3.60 5.00 6.60. 8.10 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 10.50 1.35
36-40 2.30 4.60 6.30 8.20 10.00 11.60 1.50
41-45 2.55 5.10 6.95 9.00 10.95 12.70 1.65
46-50 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
INCHES
1 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 , 11.90 13.80 1.80
2 5.20 10.40 14.65 19.10 23.45 27.60 3.60
3 7.40 14.60 21.10 27.60 34.00 40.20 5.40
4 9.40 18.80 26.95 35.30 43.55 51.60 7.20
5 11.20 22.40 32.20 42.20 52.10 61.80 9.00
N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes t-iephone numbers)'
10 lines equals 1 inch 5 words per line

LOST AND FOUND

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HELP WANTED

FOUND: tortoise shell cat on South U. Representative needed! Earn $200 plus'
662-7924. . dA009 , each semester with only a few hours
:gtwork at the beginning of the semes-
LOST: purple glasses in white case. ter.
Oct. 26. 769-9409. 98A010 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
- I E~SERVI7CE '

MISCELLANEOUS
130: Hope you're feeling better soon.
Love Nancy and Jody. 85M07'
SITUATIONS WANTED
WILL BABY SIT PART TIME in my
home. Reasonable rates. call 761-3000
d0
USED CARS

LOST: Siberian Husky, male, 65 lbs.,1
left eye blue, right eye brown, black
white and gray coloring, distinct
markings. Reward. 663-7977 persistent-.
ly. 60A008
LOST: white hand-knit sweater 2 weeks
ago. 763-1726 87A0111
TICKETS
NEEDED: one Ohio State ticket. Will
pay. 665-9416. 25Q008
WANTED: 2 pairs of tickets to OSU
game. 971-8219. 38Q013
FOR SALE: two football tickets for last
2 games. Sec. 29, row 40. $25. Call
487-4641. 24Q008
WANT 2 OSU tickets, Prefer Michigan
side. Call 482-0242. 19Q010
OHIO STATE tickets needed. Call Mary
at 761-5944 between 8:30 and 5:00
weekdays. 16Q015

519 Glenrock Ave., Suite 203,
Los Angeles, California 90024
76H62
BUSINESS SERVICES

1966 DYNAMIC 88 Oldsmobile. Engine;
FRENCH TUTORING. All levels. Call in excellent cond. $100. Call John'
663-9644 after 5:00. 18J014 Robison 761-3243. 31N008

TYPING DONE in my home. Fast, ac-
curate, neat. 761-2262. 11J014
TYPING, thesis. dissertation. Rough or
final copy. Call after 7 p.m., 761-
1784. 34J66
PIANO INSTRUCTION Experienced
teacher. Call David Brassfield. 663-
5284. 83J010:
EXPERIENCED VOCAL INSTRUCTION
Former university instructor, gradu-'
ate of The Royal College of Music,
London, and The Conservatory of
Music, Munich, is now accepting stu-
dents for voice lessons in her home.
Call Mrs. Derr, 971-0971. 55J009'

FOR RENT
MODERN one bdrm. apartment, one
block from campus. Available Dec.
Call 769-4410 eves. 34C010
ROOMMATE NEEDED-Large, luxurious
apt. Your own lease.I
Also; 3-man sublet available t
For information call or stop by
CAMPUS RENTALS
LTD.
665-8825-
1335 South U.

FOR RENT
FREE ROOM for grad. student with car,
in attractive home of elderly gentle-
an, within walking distance of cam-
pus. In exchange for errands, yard
care, small services and presence on
premises on housekeeper's days off.
Call 663-5107 56C007
MODERN Two-Bedroom, 4-man apart-'
ments near hospitals. Fully carpeted'
and furnished. Call 663-6549 before 5i
p.m. 50C56E
cCtc
WANTED TO RENT
DOCTORATE, STUDENT in computer
sciences seeks small apt. or efficiency
near campus. Immed. occupancy. 764-
0345 until 5 p.m. 88L008'

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WANTED: 2 tickets for Moody Blues. TYPING-Experienced all phases. Pick-
Call evenings 763-6326. 10Q007 up and delivery. 449-2248. 92J57
One OSU TICKET for sale, Sec. 28. TENANTS UNION-M-F 11:00-5:00, 4110
Best offer. 662-4932. dQ009 Michigan Union, 761-1225. cJtc
Two OSU TICKETS: 40 yd./55th row: TYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. c tc
For sale, 662-9485. 769-3785 . 26QO09

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RENT A HOUSE in the woods viewing MALE GRAD student wants room in
beautiful Huron River but only 10 house or share apartment. Winter
minutes from cakpus. Jan.-Aug. 1974s Term. Reply Box 17 Mich. Daily.
during sabbatical. 3-4 bedrooms, fur-
nished including piano, no lawn to 71L08;
mow next summer. $400/mo. Call 761-
5061 or 764-0186. 35C013 MUSICAL MDSE.,
CLOSE TO CAMPUS, 4 bdrm. partially RADIOS, REPAIRS
furnished house, $400/mo. Call 662-
3228. 410015 PANASONIC AM-FM Stereo Radio and
Record Player. one yr. old, like new.,
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT in older Model No. S69990 Twin 16 OHM
house. Rent negotiable. Jan.-Aug, speakers, 20 WATT power. $140 and!
662-0245. 04C011 advertising costs. 665-7064, 36X009
SINGLE ROOM in 3-man apartment. MARTIN GUITAR D-35 with hard shell
880/mo. Close to Campus. 761-6486. case. Exc. condition, $550. Call 971-1
08C009 7287. 97X013
OWN ROOM in three bedroom town- WURLITZER elec. piano (model 200)
house. $70/month. 761-0601. Tom, works well, with tools for tuning,
Evenings. 99C013 $225.

WANTED: two Ohio State tickets. Call;
971-7943, 971-3243. 33Q007
NEED 7 tickets to Illinois game. Call
aft. 5, 665-5752. 79Q007
WANTED: 4 Moody Blues tickets. Good
price. 761-6678 nights. 77Q11
HELP WANTED
NASSAU TRIP, Dec. 30-Jan. 6: sign-up
deadline Nov. 12. uQads $234. UAC-'
TRAVEL, 763-2147. 280011
WEEKEND BABYSITTING needed.
Near campus. Call Rebecca Sobel. 1-
444-1111 days,. 769-0932 evenings.
22H010
THE RAINBOW PRESS is looking for
people to run presses, cutters, folders,
and do general office and shop work.
Have experience or eagerness to learn
these skills. Cy Andrews, 769-5850.
02H009
A YOUNG. community-oriented, non-
profit business is looking for serious,
responsible people to sell its services
of advertising, print ing, graphics,
publicity, recording, and P.A. system
rentals. Commissions paid on sales.
Linda Ross, Rainbow Multi-Media,
769-5850. 03H009
BABYSITTER in my home, 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Mon.-Fri. 665=2625. 07H013

PERSON to take over lease for one in
a three-story apartment very close to
campus. 769-1028. Steve, evenings.
00C013

FARFISA COMBO-compact organ
with reverb, vibrato, ."and bass keys.
Works well, $75.
Call 761-3099 dX010

------____....__ DAVID CAHN teaches theory, folk,
815 PACKARD: room for grad student; country, blues, on guitar, banjo, ' PART-TIME FARMWORK. 10 a.m.-2'
to share kitchen and bath with two mandolin, dobro, etc. at HERB ; uin. Tues.-Sat. $1.75/hr. 761-9691.
grads. 665-4736. 27C009 DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 209 S. 09H013
St_ _ _ _ a te.. A-Rlf$l; 01

STUDY UNDER ENJOYABLE
p CIRCUMSTANCES
* Piano Room
' Pool & Ping-Porig Room
" Free Movies
1 Study Lounge
0 Weekly Housekeeping
* Fully Furnished

RA Le, noa MU1. IV-b P.M. cXtc

UNIVERSITY TOWER APARTMENTS
536 S. Forest 761-2680
cCtc
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM--
3090 CARPENTER RD.,
CORNER OF PACKARD
OPEN 10-6 DAILY
973-9230
TWO-BEDROOM furnished apartment
on campus. Bi-level, balcony, off-
street parking, dishwasher, air-condi-
tioned. Call 761-5816. dC005
BARGAIN CORNER
FREE ALBUM with home delivery for
$6.50/year receive the bi-weekly Ann'
Arbor Sun delivered direct to your!
door on publication date and free
album besides. Your choice of 1972'
Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival
Album or 2 Record Impulse Jazz An-
thology. Cal 761-7148. 12W011!
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS in large in-
door riding hall. Eight week courses'
starting week of Nov. 12. Beginner
through advanced-also jumping. In-1
dividual attention by experienced in-
structors. Eight student maximum in
classes. Cost is only $50.00. Conven-
iently located-Majestic Farm. For
further info, call 665-9813. 51W010

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ERLEWINE INSTRUMENTS: prompt
quality repairs, refinishing and cus-
tom work. 205 N.. Main, 761-6101.
60X107
SAVE 20 PERCENT on most musical
instruments. Call Steve, 761-7209. or
Cherie, 761-7991. 40X66
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! Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
GUITARS,, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender.
Hohner, Maestro, G i b s o n, Martin,1
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,!
322 S. Main. 769-1400., cXtc
APOLLO DRUM CENTER-Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,!
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc
MUSIC, STRINGS
'N' THINGS
Acoustic Instruments and acces-
sories. 20% pff list. Lessons and ex-
pert repairs. Old Martins, Gibsons
and Guild guitars in stock. 668-9836.
516 E. William. cXtc
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: slide rule near MLB. 763-6605.'
dA009.
PHYLLIS IS LOST! Small, shaggy, gray:
female dog (Cairn Terrier). Real con
artist, begs a lot. Lost near Union'
last Thurs. Nov. 1st. Reward. Call 668-!
8330 or 665-0143. 17A009
LOST: Man's silver watch. 11/1 (Thurs.
evening) U. Towers-Village Bell area.
Sentimental value. Reward. Call Bob
668-7065. dA009

MAKE MONEY, sell the Sun. You can
earn a sizeable sum by selling the
Ann Arbor Sun on the streets, at con-
certs. events, movie theatres, etc.
You keep 10c on every copy sold. The
Sun will let you know the best times
and places to hit. Call 761-7148.
13H011
STUDENT NEEDED to run theatre con-
cession in return for theatre tickets,
minimal pay. Contact Mr. Wilson,
PTP Offices, 764-0450. 92H007
NEEDED: Conservation-minded person.
We have 75 acres near Chelsea. We
need a game warden during the Nov.
15-30 deer season. Salary negotiable.
475-7465. 95H011
MUSCULAR PHYSIQUE MODELS
WANTED. Part-time work, short
hours, good pay. Experience not ne-
cessary. ;485-0520, Metecue, 32 N.
Washington, Ypsilanti. 47H010
HOUSECLEANING 10 hrs. week. $2.50/'
hour. Walking distance campus. Ref-,
erences. 663-2534 evenings. 62H008
ROOM, BOARD, PAY in return for
babysitting, housework. Near campus.
Days free. Call Rebecca Sobel, 769-
0932 or 1-444-1111. Leave name and
number. 43H07

WE GUARANTEE personal attention in
handling shipments of your personal
effects worldwide. Contact A. F.
Burstrom, E. Gene., 983-4033 cJtc
ROOMMATES
SHARE double in 3-woman apt. $70/
mionth. Great location. Available now.
Call 769-7237. 01Y009
WOMAN, own room, $138/mo. beginning
Dec. 1/Jan. 1. 668-7803. 64Y011
NEED ONE WOMAN grad student to
:hare 2 bdrm. apt. in campus hospi-
tal area. Own room. Available Nov.
26. $120 mo. Call 668-7867. 86Y010
ROOMMATE NEEDED: female. Share'
room in house. 10 minute walk from
;campus. 665-2100. 65Y007
OWN ROOM in house with 3 male
grads. Share cooking. $75 & utilities.:
1326 W1hite. Call after 6 p.m. 665-7206.
75Y07
WANTED: Two female roommates to
share two-bedroom house, $70/month.s
Rett, 665-6101, 9-5:30. 46Y$10
OWN ROOM in house, off campus. $75.
Call 769-8233. 68Y07
SUBLET
FIRST FLOOR and basenent 'house,
Good location, $285. 769-2108. 63U009'
ROOMMATE(S) urgently needed for
own bedroom in quiet luxury, 2-
bedroom, bi-level Albert Terrace apt.
opposite cemetery. Law student will
consider graduate/upperclass males,
females, or couples. No smokers
please. Rent negotiable, but lease is
5300 monthly. Call Strike at 662-
5676. 38U008
WANTED: female to take over my lease
at Bursley Hall for next semesteri
(nice dorm, pretty view). (You can't:
already have a University housing
conztract). Call Linda at 763-0847.
dU13
ROOM AND BOARD
TIRED of eating out of a can? We
have good food, friendly, interestings
people, and inexpensive rates. Come
eat with us at Joint House Co-Op.
Call Laurie, 761-7192. 70E07
NEED A PLACE TO LIVE? The Co-ops
have spaces for men and women for
winter semester and are taking ap-
plications for next fall. We have 10c
Coke machines, good food, and, low
cost living, and you are your own
landlord! More info? Contact the
I.C.C. office, 3-N Mich. Union or 662-
4414. 80E010
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1972 YAMAHA 350: access., excellent
condition. $550 cash. 663-2933. 46Z009
PHOTO SUPPLIES
NEW CANON LENS F.D. 35mm F2.0,
$120. Charlie, 761-7435. 54D009:
WANTED TO BUY
USED MOTOR: variable speeds. 1?
horsepower for potter's wheel. 662-
8826. dK009
VW ENGINE
cheap, 1500 or later, preferably one
I can rebuild, Willing to pay $100-
$200. Call Harris, 662-3530 and leave
message, dK07

70 SUNBEAM Alpine GT 28000 miles,
gcod condition, new radials. $450.
Cll 761-1936. 84N11
1964 AUSTIN HEALY 3000, excellent
cond. $1200 or best offer. Phone 1-
944-0154: 668-8678. 26N081
TOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TITIE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
- SPORTS CARS -
'73 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE. 11,000 mi.
AM-FM, 5-speed, factory warranty
.. $3695
: '72 FIAT 124 SPIDER, mags, 16,000 ml.,
CAN-AM, orange, michelens, radials
like new............$3695
'71 FIAT 124 SPIDER, 5-speed, AM-FM.
aright red, sharp...... $2795
'69 MG MIDGET, I owner, new B.R.
green paint, wire wheels, like new.
Was $1795 NOW $1595
'71 JAGUAR XKE V-12, A.T., P.S., AM-,
FM. Chrome wires, 15,000 miles, x-
sharp.............$7595
'70 OPEL OT, blue, automatic $7.
was $2595 ..........NOW $2195
-TOYOTAS-
1969-1972 all models to choose from:
100 per cent warranty on engines,
transmissions and diff. for 1000 miles
or 30 days.
1973 DEMO'S - Real dollar values.
-.ECONOMY IMPORTS -
'73 SUBARU, 4-door, radials, 4-speed.
radio, 1,000 miles, new........$2,495
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
769-7935
cNtc
FOR SALE
MUST SELL HP-35 Scientific Calcula-
tor, iike new, best offer over $200.
Also, 8-track recordplayback tape
deck. Best offer. Call 665-6447 eves.
37B009
PERSIAN RUGS: Hamadan, 10x18, and
Sarouck, 9x12. Old. Best offer. 769-
8555 or 973-1678. 05B008
BOA CONSTRICTOR for sale. Call Pat-
ty. 764-7926 39B10
WINE DRINKERS: delicious potent and
unique apple wine, Only $12 per case
(12 bottles). For orders call Steve,
764-8798. 05B010
200 CLASSICAL RECORDS for sale. Call
665-4.43 after 6:00. 06B009
'67 CHEVY Station Wagon. Decent
Shape. Call Chris, 761-0276. 76B07
PINBALL MACHINES-3$250-$400 or
Ecommission basis. 761-1932. cBtc-
USED OFFICE DESKS. Two metal of-
fice desks in good condition. $35 ea.
Take your pick. Office Supply House.
665-3763. 42B006
PERSONAL
NERVOUS? Fatigued? Men. women-
let tender fingers massage every mus-
cle. Exclusive, confidential,, inexpen--
sive. 971-6867. 30F112
ANN ARBOR DEMOCRATIC PARTYI
1st Ward General Meeting: 8:00 Nov.
7. Party Headquarters. All invited.
42F007
STYLING IS THE ANSWER!
U-M BARBERS and STYLISTS
For the latest RK Products:
MICHIGAN UNIONy
cF007
"Shoot Pool, Fast Eddie!-!."
The Hustler
starring Paul Newman
Jackie Gleason 1
Piper Laurie
George C. Scott
Friday, Nov. 9, 7 and 9 p.m.
Union Ballroom. 12 hour free
pool with ticket purchase.
cF07
A Shiksa journalist digs a Jewish den-
tist. dF008

PERSONAL
PLANNING A PARTY? The Friars is
the vocal octet of the U. of M. Men's
Glee Club that can perform a 20-30
minute concert for a reasonable price.
We are currently booking dates till
June. For further information call
Bob 663-1772. 14F013
BUY YOUR GIFTS at the Graffiti
Crafts Store in the U. Cellar. Pottery,
macrame, paintings, etc. Mon.-Fri.
10 a.m,-4 p.m. , 23F112
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/creative
dance workshop Fri. evening - Sat.,
Nov. 30-Dec. 1. No experience neces-
sary. Margaret and Bob Blood, 769-
0046. 40F020
PIANO LESSONS: Master's degree.In-
novative program-study music you
want. 662-5850 after 11 p.m. 89F016
NASSAU TRIP, Dec. 30-Jan. 6: sign-up
deadline Nov. 12. Quads $234. UAC-
Travel, 763-2147. 29F011
WAS THE REASON that Sophie re-
Jected JOAN really because she
couldn't live down to the low stand-
ards, or was it because she decided
to join the KEVIN CASEY FAN
CLUB? dF007
Bowl This
Weekend at the
Michigan Union
cF011
WATCH "THE HUSTLER
FRI. NITE AT 7:00 AND 9:00
AT THE UNION BALLROOM
cF009
ANYONE with films knowledge interest
wishifng to work with film group,
sign up 240 Michigan Union. dF007
GAY WOMEN and GAY MEN!
Gay Grad students, TW's, faculty,
staff-come meet in a casual atmos-
phere to discuss our common con-
cerns. Sun., Nov. 11, 7:30 p.m. 1120
Hill St. 769-1868. 94F011
Discover LEVI'S on NORTH CAMPUS!
THE PACEMAKER, Plymouth Rd.
Mall,, Plymouth Rd. and Huron Pkwy
48F102
TEACHING FELLOWS UNITE: Mass
rolte. of all TF's to consider Campus-
Wide TF Strike. Thurs., Nov. 8, 8
p.m., UGLI Multipurpose room. ALL
TF's PLEASE ATTEND. 90F008
WANTED: Coed with $95 and a sense
of adventure to join group spending
8 days during Xmas vacation on the
Gulf Coast of Mexico. $95 covers com-
plete cost of transportation by private
aircraft plus side trips to be decided
upon. For more info, write Michigan
Daily, Box 4. 12F08
PARTY AT AEPh
BEER. FOOD, ENTERTAINMENT
COURTESY OF WCBN
SAT. NOV. 10-9:00 P.M.-?
1205 HILL
dF010
MAYO: if it's danger you want, go
West, young man. You may find LA
is a nice place to visit. 67F06
People interested in forming a chapter
of MEDICAL COMMITTEE FOR HU-
MAN RIGHTS call: 761-8957 Mon-
Wed 5-8 p.m. 74F07
GOING TO EUROPE over Christmas?
For information on available flights
and fares, call Cindi Hopkins. TWA
Campus Rep., 769-0634. Also, call for
youth fare cards and getaway cards.-
cFtc
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for Nov.I
workshop at Art Worlds, 213 Main
St. 668-6244. Hours 1-9 p.m. Method
Acting: free intro to class Sun., Nov. 4,
1:30 p.m.; class starts Sun., Nov. 11
1:30-4:30 p.m., 6 weeks-$18. Clown
Techniques: free lecture demonstra-
tion Nov 7, 7:30 p.m.: class starts
Wed.. Nov. 14, 6-8 p.m., 5 weeks,. $18.
Medieval Music and Rhythm: free lec-
ture and demonstration Nov. 6. 7
p.m.; class starts Tues., Nov. 13. 6:30-
8 p.m., $12. Kung Fu Self-Defense
(free style). Wed.. Nov. 21, 8-9:30
p.m.; 4 weeks, $10. Glass Blowing:
Nov. 1. Decorative Iron Work (forg-
ing): Nov. 3 and Nov. 24. Palmistry,
Nov. 6. T'ai Chi Ch'uan: Nov. 15.
Acrylic and' Watercolor Painting; Nov.
6. Bamboo Flute Making: Nov. 7. Ba-
tik and Tie-Dye: Nov. 13. Figure
Drawing: Nov. 6. Leathercraft: Nov. 7.
Stained Glass Lamps: Nov. 19. Prim-
itive Weaving: Nov. 5. Creative Writ-
ing; Nov (. Belly Dance I and II:
Nov. 19 or 20. Creative Dance: Nov. 6
or 7. International Folk Dance: Nov.
8. Modern Dance: Nov. 3. Basic Pho-
tography: Nov. 14. Basic Darkroom:
Nov. 29. Darkroom Techniques: Nov.
20. Figure Photography: Nov. 10. Na-
ture Photography: Nov. 17. Photo
Matting and Mounting: Nov. 15 and
17. Studio Photography: Nov. 7 and
28. Tarot: Nov. 12. cFtc

PERSONAL
ROOMMATE(Si urgently needed for
own bedroom in quiet luxury, 2-
bedroom, bi-level Albert Terrace apt.
opposite cemetery. Law student will
consider graduate'upperclass males,
females, or couples. No smokers
please. Rent negotiable, but lease Is
$300 monthly. Call Strike at 662-5676.
37F008
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY-Tradition -
al, Creative, and Custom: 3 styles, 3
price ranges. Call Weddings by David
at 769-0053, or stop in-Suite 318, the
Campus Inn 9 to 5:30, 10 to -2 on
Saturdays. (MIember, Professional Pho-
tographers of Ann Arbor, Inc.) cFtc
OPENING SOON..
THE
MINERAL KINGDOM'
ROCKS, MINERAL
SPECIMENS, FOSSILS,
GIFT ITEMS. LAPIDARY
SUPPLIES, BOOKS, & TOOLS.
209 S. STATE ST.
(DOWNSTAIRS) 769-5188
cF015
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OP
A REAL ALTERNATIVE
S 769-3995 5-8 P.M. DAILY
cFtc
Why 'uy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal de-
sign made by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc
at MARTY'S...
"Wall-of-SlaX'
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
cFtc
GIVE the gift of life at the U.M. Stu-
dent Blood Bank. Nov. 5. 6, 7, 8. 11-5.
Michigan Union Ballroom. 07F55
TYPING-769-2645. 761-1225. cFtc
EARN! Sell Carpet Shampoo to $50.00'
and MORE daily. Write:.Jes Distribu-
tors 9309 Aurora N., Seattle, Washing-
ton 98103. 31F66
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed-
while-U-wait! $2 MBL Press, 1217:
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0941. cFtc
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES?
Come! Workshop-Nov. 7
International Centerl
39F54
XEROX AND OFFSET
a COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
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COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, base-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
USED BOOK SHOP. TOO! 340 S State '1

WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime
cFtc
WILL BABY SIT PART TIME in my
home. Reasonable rates, call 761-3000.
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MUSIC, CINEMA, PLAYS openings -
Monthly in a comprehensive calendar
& articles equals ART FARE Maga-1
tine. Look for it at newsstands and
bookstores all around Ann Arbor.
cFtc
ESCHER PRINTS and arthropods. Now
at JACOB'S LADDER. In Kerrytown
Market. 662-4995. cFtc
FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted. Attrac-
tive 4-man apartment. Winter term.
761-3532. 31Y49

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211 B. S. State: 662-3969
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GRAD COFFEE HOUR returns Wed.
nights, 4th floor Rackham. Try it.
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EARN! Sell Carpet Shampoo to $50.00
and MORE daily. Write: Jes Distribu-,
tor's, 9309 Aurora N., Seattle, Wash-
ington 98103. 31F66

(upstairs), 761-0112 (open 1-6 pm.) .-._
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PART-TIME delivery for Thompson's
Pizza. 761-0001. 211 E. Ann, 33H018
SOMEONE TO CLEAN apartment once
weekly. Call eves. 761-2071. 28H010
FOOD WAITRESSES, 'Cocktail Waitress-
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perience necessary. Please contact.
Boyne Mountain Lodge, Boyne Falls,
MI 49713. 19H008
WANTED: Experienced couples to pro-
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Youths in own or in agency provided
home. Salary negotiable. For info.'
call Patrick Clark at 973-1260. 98H54

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1 Nickname for
Elizabeth.
5 Editor's note.
9 Moving throng.
14 About.
15 State: Fr.
16 Western lake.
17 Timing device.
19 Writer Loos.
20 Mouth: Prefix.
21 _ fixe.
22 Playful pet.
23 Snuggle.
25 Scotsman's
"don't."
27 Novelist Ferber
29 Pins' partners.
33 Club sandwich.
37 Mischievous one
38 Den.
39 The least bit.
40 Song.
41 Drs' gp.
42 Weather fore-
cast: Phrase.
46 Kind of picture
48 Martin of TV.
49 Gather together
51 Author Owen.
55 One of the
Musketeers.
58 Campus
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workrooms.
60 Former
Burmese premier.
61 Tarzan, for one.
'62 Gilbert and
Sullivan fans.
64 Old-womanish,
65 Once more.
66 Eat sparingly.
67 Portends.
68 Swiss canton.
69 Prince's
nickname,
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2 Among: Fr.
3 Pas de _..
4 Wise (to).
e. 5 Street sign.
6 Diminutive
suffix.
7 Fastened, as
shoes.
8 Numerical
ending.
9 Furniture
finisher.
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repetition,
13 Nasty.

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22 Joint.
24 Pour.
26 Office equbimenL.
28 Birds' nests.
30 Money in
Modena.
31 Oriental prince.
32 Part of America:
Abbr.
33 Streetcar.
34 - sapiens.
35 Equine color.
36 Coupe.
40 Beards of grain.
42 Periods of
privation.
43 Oriental rulers.
44 Adjective for an
infant.
45 Girl of song.
47 Mexican dish.
50 Drudge.
52 City on the Po.
53 Over and done.
54 Out of practice.
55 Character in
"Moby-Dick."
56 Nevada city.
57 Surrounded by.
59 State.
62 Wail.
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MARCH 3-9 TOTAL COST 25O.OO
TRANSPORTATION: Charter Flight from Windsor, and
bus transfers
LODGING: 6 nights at the Voyager Inn, 2 room
SKIING: 5 days lift tickets for Sunshine Village, Mt.
Norquay, and Whitehorn-Temple ski areas. Optional
glacier skiing available
APRES SKI: pools, saunas, nightclubs
ONLY 17 SPACES LEFT of 50 total-
Deposits: 668-7225, 663-7178 or U-M Ski Club

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