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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 14.80 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
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ROOMMATES ? USED CARS HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
QUIET FEMALE GRAD needed ty share '67 DODGE, Coronet 440, good shape, BABYSITTER. 1 child age 2. Walk to HOUSECLEANING-6-8 hrs./wk., yard
large apt. near campus. One year reliable, $350 or best offer. 663-4783. campus. 8:30-11:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri. work 3-6 hrs./wk. $2/hr. Also truck
lease. $80/mo. Marie. 761-1988. 79Y06j Mike. 18N04 Start immediately. 761-7140. 83H05 needed. 761-1932. cHtc
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Own room in 2 VAN - Ford 1966. Excellent condition, KITCHEN HELPERS needed to work in WORK-STUDY JOBS
bdrm. apt. on campus. $120 Ask for , Best offer, 663-8342. 10NO5 medical fraternity for free meals. Call RESEARCH ASST. - Histdry, Folklore
Jim Gleeson, 764-9279. Leave message. AI-Pontyac-Fir-bird - 9-. Al, 761-6515. 34H06 Huron River INFORMATION PRO-
84Y FOR SALE: Pontiac Firebird, 1968, en-s8.4 r4H UBT -, T GRAM TRAINEE-Envir. Affairs Job
gone good, body needs work. $400 or MOTHER SUBSTITUTE, Mon., Tues. description at Work-Study Office,
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. 2 best offer. Must sell. 769-6095. 14N08 Burns Park, own transportation. Must bulletin boards School of Nat. Re-
bdrm. apt. off campus. Own room 69 MUSTANG. Excel shape. 764-1597 EST rm,nl reative, flexible INTE sources, Journalism Dept.
$80/mo. Judy, 763-0270, 971-5328 per- daMSAG Ecl hpe 6-57 SE nl nhueokAo Employer: Huron River Watershed
sistentdy.a17Y08 dys, 662-0274 eves. 98N05 babysitting PM? That's possible too. Emply4r: .H Wsn gton-665-0s14.
663-6731. 49H6 Council, 415 W. Washington-665-0514.
49H0620H06

PERSONAL
PATTI, why don't you listen

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MICHIGAN
EN'S GLEE CLUI
Meeting Mon., Sept. 10,
uts: Sept. 10-12, 7:30 p.m.,I
fall (State and Huron). 6

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FOR RENT

FOR RENT

ONE ULTRA LARGE 3 bedroom, 2 BREAD & BED
baths, more space than many houses. at student prices, Co-ops, room 3N
Corner South U. & Washtenaw. One Michigan Union, 8:30 am-12 noon,- 1
mod. 2-bdrm. studio. Celingized liv- pm-4 pm M-F 19C03
ing, Rackham-St. Joseph Hospital.I- --.
Oie 2-bdrm. in older house now be- SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
ing recarpeted. Avail. in a few days. 1
% block from Village Bell. Come in AT
and see Sharon or Peg, 9-5:30, Sat. UNIVERSITY TOWERS APTS.
10-2. These won't last long. Campus5
Rentals Ltd. 665-8825, 1335 South U. 5 minutes to class
cCtc O 1Y- r

ROOMMATE WANTED. Singleor
double apt. Close campus. 763-6282.
78Y05
CAMPUS and HOSPITAL AREA-Need
male roommates. $69.00 per month.
721 E. Kingsley. Call 663-9373.
HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
cYtc
4th GIRL NEEDED for almost own
room in apt. in house. 763-6664, 761-
9284. 73Y06
PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE student in-
terested in-astrology, Tarot and medi-
tation would like to share house or
apartment. John Evans, 769-1082.
" -56Y04
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. 2-man
apt. near campus. Own room. $105/
mo. Call Beverly. 769-3228. 62Y06
GRAD ROOMMATE WANTED. Own
room. Call persistently. 10 a.m.-mid-
nite. Dave. 665-6246. 74Y04
3rd GIRL NEEDED for 2-bdrm. apt.
8-mo. lease. $85/mo. 663-5407. 68Y03
WANTED: 4th man for 4 bdrm house.
A C, fully furnished. Near Stadium/
Pauline. $75.mo. Sept-April. 665-5503.
39Y04
SHARE CAMPUS FLAT. $55. No lease.
769-7796, 662-9531. 96Y04
NEEDED: Female to fill fourth space in
apt. 761-3532. 09Y05
WANTED TO RENT

TOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE

FEMALE. Reward for taking over my
lease in U-Towers. 761-8841. 12C04
2 BDRM., furnished. 1111 S. State (near
Arch). $225-240/mo. Contact Duane
665-5620. 19C12
MODERN two-bedroom apt. A/C, dish-3
washer. Campus. $240. 763-6282. 86005'
HAVE YOU thought about living in
the coops? Room. 3N Michigan Un-
ion, 8:30 a.m.-12 noon, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
89C04
CANNON F1 with 55mm 1.8 lens, $300.
Call Larry M. aft. 7 p.m. or weekends.
663-9287. 06D05
ROOM for grad student, 9 mos. of
room & board for $1260. Call 761-6515
eves. 35C06
1010 Catherine St.-Large one and two
bedroom delux units-fully furnished,
air-conditioned, dishwasher, balcony,
parking and laundry facilities, con-
venient to campus and hospitals. Call
or see resident manager, 663-5026 or!
call Tower .Associates, 668-6230. 29C07
ROOM for RENT to minor saint, male/
female. Single mother, 30, sculptor,
disorganized, needs person to share
house. $35 plus keeping the place
neat. Another kid welcome. 662-6230.
97C04
OLDER BUILDINGS c
ON CAMPUS
We have several one-bedroom furnished
apartments in older " buildings for
fall. Also modern 2-bedroom, 3 and
4-man apartments.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 E. HURON
663-4101
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WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING
APARTMENTS LEFT FOR FALL:
2 Bedroom, 4-man $300/mo.
521 WALNUT ST. -
Campus-Hospital area
For Information & Appointments
668-6906 663-3647
MODERN .APARTMENTS, INC.
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FALL RENTALS
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
AND HOSPITALS
2 Bedrooms .".. $240.00 and Up
MODERN BUILDINGS
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Mgt. Dept.
769-28007

8 8 MO. FALL-WINTER LEASE E
* HEATED SWIMMING POOL
* RECREATION ROOM
* STUDY LOUNGE
* FURNISHED APTS.
* RECREATION & PIANO ROOMS
* FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
* MOVIES AND PARTIES.-
U. TOWERS APTS.
At S. University at Forest
VISIT OR CALL ~61 -2680

- - .FEMALE STUDENT would like own
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO room in house or %apartment, near
Instruments, historical and modern, campus. Easy to live with. 763-6637.
made and repaired. Lessons, music. dL3
accessories. 665-8001, 209 S. State, 10- ------- -
6 p.m cXtc 1 MUSICAL MDSE.,
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab RADIOS, REPAIRS
before you spend your money need-;
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and 1 HEATH KIT AR14 Amplier. Garrard
low prices on all engagement and Turntable and 2 speakers. $150. 663-
wedding rings. Austin Diamond, 12091 9287. 05X05
ES. University, 663-7151. 'c Ftc 6-06
SONY PORTABLE Tape Recorder'. $75.
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES 663-5006.
Fall Rentals-Campus area 1950's customized Gritsch solid body
Efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedrooms in mod- GUITAR. Gorgeous. Hard cover. $375/ {
ern building and older houses. Stop $ best offer. Cory. 662-6713. . 95X08
In at 616 Church for our listings or!
call 769-8520. - cCtc PIANO: Klein upright.,Good cond.,
- _BOKSTODA__3mn,2-e- tuned 4 mos. ago. $60. 1-274-8391.
2% BLOCKS TO DIAG. 3 man, 2 bed- ue--0X7
room furnished, air conditioner. Fall
$220.00 plus -utilities. 663-4101. eCtc STEEL STRING and classical guitars.
finest quality, 40-50% off list. Classi-
DETROIT cal guitar lessons-all levels, accredit-
ed by UM. 662-1775, 665-7348 till 11:00
pm. cXtc

WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
i ~ TOP $$$I
-SPORTS & IMPORTS-
'73 Mazda's coup and wagon
'72 Capri V-6, 4-speed 11,000 miles
was $2995, now $2895
'71 VOLVO 164, Full power, air,
AM-FM .. .. was $4295, now $3995
'71 JAGUAR XKE, Full Power,
'7. G., was $8895, now $7995
'71 MGBGT, 19,000 miles
.was $3195, now $2995
'71 FIAT 850 Sport Coupe,
18,000 miles. .......... $1995.
'71 DATSUN 240Z's, 2 to choose from
'71 Audi 1OLS A.T,, Air,. ..$3695
'71 PEUGEOT 4-door 4-speed .. $1795
'71 MGBGRoadster,New Michelins $2695
'70 MGB Roadster .....$2495
'70 OPEL GT Blue 4-speed .. .. $2595
-TOYOTAS-
1969-1971 all models to choose from:
100 per cent warranty on engines,
transmissions and diff. for 1000 miles
or 30 days.
1972 DEMO'S - Real dollar values.
Chose from Coronas and Carinas.
-DOMESTICS-
'72 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL-ALL
wagon. Just like new, 11,000 miles,
P.S., P.B. Sale ....... $2995
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Ma in
769-7935
cNtc
VW '71 Super Bug. New tires, AM-FM,
$1500. 481-1722. 45N03
'63 Rambler Classic. Good Cond. Best
offer. Call Debbie 764-4690. 48N07
PONTIAC LeMans 1971 V-8, automatic,
power steering, vinyl top, $1800. Call
663-6230. 18N07
DATSUN 240-C 1971, stereo-radio, Koni
shocks & Michelin tires. 485-8611 after
4 o'clock. 27N08
1971 Pontiac LeMans, vinyl top, air,
good cond. 761-6702, 23N07
BUICK SPECIAL: 1964 only 43,000 mi.
Power brakes just relined, power
steering, new exhaust system, radio,,
heater, snowtires, 4-door sedan, great
transportation car. 769-4025 bet. 9
am-9 pm only. 01N04
BIKES AND SCOOTERS'
BSA 69 Lightening 650 cc. $700. Call
Simon, 663-6955. 80Z07
RED FLANDRIA 10-speed bike, simplex
gears, Weinnman brakes. 455-5187 aft. -
4 p.m. 97Z03
1973 HONDA 750, $1550; 1970 Triumph
500 Scrambler, $750. 665-7293. 66Z04
1971 HONDA CL350
excellent condition, just had tune-
up and new chain. $425 including in-
surance through November. Call 764-'
0560 days or 763-2887 eves. and ask
for Bill. dZO4
HONDA CL350 1971, 2500 mi., must sell,
accessories. 662-5731 eves. 25Z07,
'65 HONDA 305 with Kobby tires, ex-
tended front fork, helmet & manual,
Don 763-3977. 22Z06
WOMAN'S BIKE, $20 or best offer.
665-6408. 04204
SCHWINN World Voyageur 10-speed,
reluctantly for sale. 769-4905. 46Z 4
HELP WANTED
WEEKEND HELP WANTED, days or E
nights, apply aft. 3 p.m. Mr. Tony's,
342 S. State or 1327 S. University.
03H06

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BABY SITTER needed for two boys 3 , PEOPLE to work part time in Elec-
and 4, in my Burns Park home. Wed, Eronic Assembly Plant, 4-10 pm, Mon-
Thurs., 8-5:30 PM. Own transporta- Fri. Contact Peter Benzick c/ Sylor,
tion. References. $1.75, 665-5124. Inc. 971-0900, ext. 212k. 3308
15H07 ____
HOUSEKEEPER-For fall, 11:30 a.m.-
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF of Ann Arbor is 5:00 p.m. or 8:30-12:30, 2 days a
currently hiring part-time and full- wk., near campus, $2.25/hr. 769-1672.
time help. Positions available are 95H05
custodian (7-11 am), noon & dinner9
hour counter help, night closers and COOK: no experience necessary. Lunch
managers. Applications may be filled and/or dinner M-F 761-5746. 08H06
out daily at 3021 Washtenaw or call LITTLE CESAR'S PIZZA
971-6720 for further info. 00H11 TL EI

RESTAURANT HELP WANTED- Cook-
ing, hosting, & bussing dishes &
waiting on tables. Apply in person
Mon. Sept. 10 aft. 7 pm. Ask for Mr.
Wilson-Pretzel Bell Restaurant 120
E. Liberty 24H04
STUDENT MOTHER needs babysitting,
light housekeeping in great old home
near 'campus. Mon.-Fri. 12:30-5:30.
$1.50/hr. 769-5355. 26H05
PERSON for lighthousekeeping, 3-6 pm,
Mon-Fri, and at home to 2 elemen-
tary school children. $2/hr. Close to
Baits-Bursley, North Campus. Call
eves, or weekend 662-1282. 06H05
FIGURE MODEL for college & univer-
sity day and eve. classes. Experience
preferred. Call 662-8028, Mr. Lockard.
11H04
FAMILY DESIRES Hebrew tutor for 7-
year old in exchange for free room in
Kosher home. 8-10 hours/week. 665-
0040 after 5. 16H04
WRCN Rockin' 650, the U of M's6stu-
dent carrier-current commercial ra-
dio station, is looking for full- or
part-time salesmen to sell spot time
on commission. Experience desired.
You will woork with production and
promotions staff to bild sales ac-
counts. Contact Stu Goldberg at 763-
3501. 36H05
BABYSITTER wanted in our home for
4 mo. old boy & occasionally 3 yr. old
girl. 25-30 hrs./wk. Some flexibility,
some light housekeeping, wages ne-
gotiable. Call aft. 7 pm 662-7129.
STUDENT to help part-time in faculty
home with general cleaning and yard
work. Handyman skills desirable. Call
662-9421. 60H03
WANTED: Inside help and delivery men
with car. Dependable. Apply aft. 4
p.m,
3066 Carpenter
1751 Plymouth Rd.
1944 W. Stadium Blvd.
96H08
WRCN '650, the student carrier-cur- I
rent station here at U is looking for
students interested in learning for-
mated radio as DJs for on the air
work. Broadcasting to better than
10,000 students in University Housing
on campus, WRCN will combine '60s
GOLD with up tempo current music
with heavy emphasis on campus;
events and information. The Campus;
Broadcasting Network has placed'
many people in the field of radio
over the last five years. If you think
professional broadcasting could be
for you we will train and place you
on the air. Many spaces are available.
Call WRCN radio at 763-3501 or 763-
3502 for details. 37H05
BE A counter person at Ann Arbor's
Burger Chef, 175 N. Maple Rd. We
need people who can work mornings
and afternoons. Good pay. Apply now.
See manager.
An equal opportunity employer in/f
99H07
WANTED: Maintenance men full or
part-time day or night shift. Excellent
benefits. Thermofil Inc. 884 Railroad
St. Ypsilanti, Mi. 17H07
REGULAR WEEKLY BABYSITTER
wanted. 2 children, 3 and 6, $1/hr.
761-3918.' 01H06
SERVICE STATION ATTENbANT. Full-
time Mon.-Fri. Days. Apply in person.
Clarks Super 100, 544 Detroit. 69H06

BABYSITTER. Warm, energetic. 20-25
hrs./wk. including Tues., Wed. aft
for children 1%, 4. 761-2770. 57H05
UM Student to work 8 hrs./wk. doing
office work, 7 phone contact work.
Call Mr. Preston, 971-1118 eves. btwn.
7-11 p.m. 65H04
WATER RESOURCE planner. Educa-
tion and or experience in water re-
sources, Nat. resources, public policy,
etc. M.A. minimum. Full-time or_
substantial part-time. Send resume
to Huron River Watershed oCuncil,
415 W. Washington, Ann Arbor.
70H071
FULL-TIME general housekeeping and
some babysitting 6-8 hrs./day. West
side of Ann Arbor. Live in or out.
761-6571. 02H06
ASSEMBLY WORK
Full & part-time. Unicolor, 7200
Huron River Dr., Dexter, 426-4646
5411
PART-TIME days & eves. Type in
architect's office 12 hrs/wk. & babysit
for 4 yr. old 10 hrs/wk. 761-7790.
41H04
MODELS for figure photography needed
by two professionals. Top fees paid.
Call Mr. Lewicki after 5 pm at 769-
6681. 43H04
20 HRS./WK., eves. Tues.-Sat. Dish-
washer. $2.10/hr. plus meals. Metz-
ger's Restaurant, 203 E. Washington,
668-8987. 04H08
PERSONAL1
PATTI, do you still read the Classified
page? dF04
ARE YOU AGGRESSIVE? ambitious?.
Ifriendly? The Michigan Daily needs
advertising salespeople. Cal iBill or
David, 764-0560 for more information,
dF04
ARTISTS: Exhibit your talents for all
of Ann Arbor. The Michigan Daily
needs artists in its advertising de-
partment. Call Bill or David, 764-0560,
for more information. dF04
WEAR A FRAGRANCE DAILY! There
are many fine ones to choose from
at the Village Apothecary. cFtcr
BOWLING LEAGUES NOW FORMING.
Sign up UNION LANES!!
Individuals or teams
Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat. 1p.m. Sun.-
cF07
OUTING CLUB: Snobbish? It ain't!! _
Meet nice people and get to know I
AA environment. Every Sunday 1:30,
Rackham, Northern Entrance. Harry,
662-9119, 764-4476. 76F09
WANTED. One or more volunteers to
work with Boy Scout troop. Southeast
Ann Arbor area. 971-4547 or 971-4354.
58F08

SPEED READING
Make "STUDENT" less than a full-
time job! Double your reading speed,
same comprehension. Guaranteed.
Total cost: $15. Local instructor,
Michael Thoryn-769-5034
---_____ 75F081
LOOKING FOR1 an exciting activity at
therBig "U"? Then look only as far as
your student newspaper. Come join
the Daily Business Staff. Openings in
all . depts. dFO4
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JACOB'S LADDER GALLERY. Ethereal
Art. Paintings, posters, prints, and
books of altered states of Being. "En-I
ter in all Ye who seek to find with-
in." 662-4995. In Kerrytown Market.
cFtc
OPENING for one female in a nicei
house on Thayer street. Very cheap.
Call 769-5814 dEO4
MODELS '(Female) for figure photog-
raphy needed by two professionals.
Top fees paid. Call Mr. Lewicki after
5 pm at 769-6681. 42F04
XEROXING?
"WHERE DO I
GET IT??"
the COPY MILL
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST
COPY SERVICE
PHOTODUPLICATING & OFFSET
DISCOUNT PRICES
FASTEST QUALITY DUPLICATING
WHILE-U-WAITC
Serving the University Community
the COPY MILL
211 B So. State-
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
cF04
FREE LECTURE/Demonstrations Sept.
8-15. Classes in: Astrology, Hatha
Yoga, Horoscope reading, and palmis-
try, Kung-Fu and Kt ng-Fu staff,
T'ai Chi. Chuun, Tarotz, Writing,
Belly dance, dance therapy, -Modern
dance, Folk dancing, Photography,
Acrylic painting, bamboo flute mak-
ing, batik & tie dye, braiding &
plating, figure drawing, glass blow-
ing, knitting, crocheting, netting,
leathercraft, macrame, -sculpture-life,
screen printing, sewing primitive,
stained glass, watercolor tainting.
Phone Art Worlds, 668-6244, 2131 S.
Main, Ann Arbor 44F07
ART FARE-subscribe before Sept. 25
only $2.50, save 30% cFtc
MUSIC, cinema, plays, openings -
monthly in a comprehensive calendar
& articles equals ART FARE maga-
zine, now at U Cellar. cFtc
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Modern theory and harmony.
Prof. Curtis. 662-8281. 14F13f
TYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cFtc

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
Advertisements may be removed
from publication, but will 1e billed
according to original number of
days ordered. This policy is appli-
cable as well to ads requiring pre-
payment, i.e., no refunds. AD SUB-
MISSIONS, CANCELLATlIONS ,AND
CORRECTIONS MUST BE MADE
BY 12:00 NOON OF THE DAY
PRIOR TO THE DAY THEY APPEAR
IN THE PAPER.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot discrimi-
nate on the basis of sex, color,
creed, oi national origin to any
extent (i.e., "preferably" is still
discriminatory).
"Found" ads are 'run free-of-charge
to a maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be disclosed
p r i o r to publication. Advertisers
names may NEVER be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisement is
determined by total number of
words-5 words/line.
A WORD:
Hyphenated words under 5 charac-
ters. Hyphenated words over 5 char-
acters, i.e., phone numbers-2 words.
PERSONAL
INTRO-ACT - Fall term Personal
Growth Groups. Weekly Groups Mon-
days, Tuesdays or Thursdays-eves.
Weekend Group November 9, 10, 11.
U of M credit arranged. Fee. Call
Richard Kempter, 662-4826. 1IF15
FIND OUT about David's books. 330
Maynard, 663-8441 93F07
WHERE MARGINAL prices buy quality
diamonds-Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wat! $2. MBL Press,. 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, base-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
USED BOOK SHOP, TOO! 340 S. State
(upstairs), 761-0112 (open 1-6 p.m.).
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
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"Wall-of-Sfax"
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
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VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM-
3090 CARPENTER RD.,
CORNER OF PACKARD
OPEN 10-6 DAILY
973-9230
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Where
TENANTSl
COME F I RST !
For a Campus Apt.
Offering Many
Additional Features
CALL
MAIZE & BLUE
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
cCtc
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: one living room set, aqua
color. Price $35. Will sell separately if

COMPONENT STEREO-excellent con-
dition Kenwood 2120 AM/FM tuner-
amp, two Utah A120 3-way speakers,
BSR 310X turntable $250. 769-1153.
28X04
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,
. 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
Guitar lessons; folk, classical, blues,
country, jazz and theory. All guitars,
strings, and accessories are always
20 percent off list.
516 E. William (over Campus Bike).
668-9836 cXtc
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENT WIVES and STUDENTS:
Sewing classes through continuing
education, eves, inexpensive. 973-
0950 for info. 85M1

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

n ecessary hn 663-6587, s o
BARGAIN CORNER Mike. 11B05
STUDENTS come To a bizarre bazaar. : ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, sofa bed,
Big neighborhood garage sale. House- Hobicat sailboats. 449-8881, 763-1006.
hold items, bicycles, skis and boots, 99B05
& misc. Low prices and' many free- -
bles. Sat.L-3_ P.M. 1430 Golden near BLACK Naugahbde sofa, love seat,
State/Granger Stadium area. 47W03 1 swivel rocker, autdman. Sturdy, per-
_ _ _.__._._ fect for living room or den. Best offer-
YARD SALE. Sat. & Sun. Noon til dark. 971-5460. 30B04I
blackboard, blender, & other kitchen FOR SALE: Slightly used refrigerator,
utensils, rugs, clothing. 519 N. Main. orm size. 665-4281 eyes. 38B04
52W04 Hoover portable washer and dryer. $150.
769-3119 51B07

DISHWASHERS wanted for lunches!
PAID PUBLIC PARKING for rent. $15/ and/or dinners (legal Frat). Meals
mo. Walnut and Forest. 668-6906. - Paid. See Dave at 502 E. Madison.
07M05 91H04E
ANTIQUELY UNIQUE clothing & ac- BABYSITTER: experienced, 17 or older
cessories. FORGOTTEN WORKS. 410 for 4 year old girl. Some or all week-
N. 4th Ave. Weekends 10-6. Behind day mornings 9-12:30. Own transpor-
Kerrytown. cM03 tation necessary. Near corner of
. --- - - Stadium and Liberty. 663-6794. 87H06

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ACROSS
1 Left-over meat
dish.
5 Bird sound.
9 Loved one.
13 Butter sub-
stitute.
14 "The policeman's
lot -- a happy
one,
16 Boss or knob.
17 Per.- (by the
day): Lat.
18 Direct.
19 Stories.
20 Actress Elaine.
22 Woodrow
Wilson's private
secretary.
24 Love, Scottish
style.
25 Obese.
26 Radar signals.
28 Manhattan locale,
for short.
33 Exclaims.
34 Theater pathway.
35 Ballad.
36 Rhode Island
reds.
37 Single.
38 Monkey.
39 Chemistry suffix.
40 Begin.
41 Trades.
42 Column in the
112 314

Copr. '7 Gen'l Features Cor
form of draped
female figure.
44 Surmise.
45 Breakfasted.
46 Ohio city.
47 Ministers.
51 Fish hawks.
55 Important
particle.
56 Abyss.
58 Thailand.
59 Pseudonym of
Louis Viaud
(1850-1923).
60 Struck sharply.
61 Concerning.
62 Accessible.
63 Hirobumi and
Yuko.
64 Hawaiiangoose.
DOWN

SAM'S
4STORE
LEVI'S-DENIMS
Reg. Bell Bottoms . .9.30
Big Bell Bottoms . . .9.85
Traditionals......8.50
Button Flys .......8.00
Boot Jeans.......8.50
Jackets .........10.50
BACK PACKS
Good Book Size ....3.98
Shoulder Bag .....2.69
FLANNEL
SH I RTS .......... 4.98
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GARAGE SALE: Fri. and Sat., Sept. 7
& 8. 9 a.m.-5p.m. Baby things-crib,
high chair, bike seats, car seat, porta-
crib; Boys and girls clothing to size 5,
snow boots; ice skates. Also other
misc, household items, clothing, ladies
ski boots. 3360 Tacoma Circle, George-
town 03B03
Immediate occupancy, 1970 Champion
Deluxe mobile home. 12 ft. by 60 ft.
Must sell within 3 wks. Best offer
accepted. 1-461-9667 aft. 6pm 12B06
SALE: Pentax camera, H1A meter op-
tional. Excellent cond. Call 761-4999.
59B07
DRAFTING TOOLS $20. Board $10. New
cond. 971-4861 after 5:30. 63B04
FURNITURE FOR SALE: free TV. 761-
4263. 64B04

BOARDERS: Lunches and dinners at
legal frat. Decent food. See Dave at 1
502 E. Madison. 92MO4
MOVING SALE-Great bargains-furni-
ture, dishes, books, clothing. Must see
to believe. 1209 W. Huron Sept. 8,
10-4, Sept. 9, 1-4 pm. 21M03!
USED PARTS for bus conversion. Ap-
pliances, windows, vents, doors,
plumbing, cabinets, many others.
449-2668. 71M07-
BUSINESS SERVICES
VIOLIN LESSONS
3 degrees--10 yrs. teaching exp. in
Ann Arbor. For information call 663-
8392. 31J07
BUY YOUR WAY through school legal-
ly! for info call James Reno (769-
1451) anytime. 90J10
UPSOLSTERY lessons in my home.
Reasonable rates. For more info call
665-6976. 10J04

BABYSITTER for one or two 3 yr. old
boys, 2 or 3 afternoons/wk. $2/hr.
One afternoon possibly with small
play, group. 663-8302, Burns Park area.
20H08
FULL & Part-time positions Avail. days
or nights. Apply in person only after
3 pm. Mr. Tony's Submarine Shop,
1327 S. University or 342 S. State St.
52H06

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Settled on.
Fortuneteller.
Sermons.
Astrological
symbol.
Baltic natives.
Compass point.
Auden, for
example.
4 Great Lakes port.
6 German man's
name.
IIncite.
Bright.
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15 Edible fungua.
21 Parts of boxes.
23 Spouse,
26 City in the
Netherlands.
27 Steamship.
28 Oslo, for one.
29 See 14 Across.
30 Another name.
31 Early movie
stars. .
32 Ogles.
33 Easy elegance.
34 Jai -.
37 Goes to.
38 Administers an
oath. t
40 Japanese states.
man.
41 Pool in a mine.
43 Rita Hayworth'e
daughter.
44 Dorothy and
Lillian.
46 Relative of
bingo.
47 - Alto.
48 At the summit;
49 Routine
repetition.
50 Half: Prefix.
52 One: Ger.
53 Needleworker's
need.
54 Character in
"Peter Pan."
57 Flower holder.
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REFRIGERATORS
Used, compact models for
dorm. Camper size. 449-2668.

apt. or
72B07

SITUATIONS WANTED
PRIVATE social/academic counseling--
expensive, but satisfaction guaran-
teed. Info: call Louis Vegas (769-1451)
anytime. 02010,

WE GUARANTEE personal attention in
handling shipments of your personal
effects' worldwide. Contact A. F.
Burstrom, E. Gene. 983-4033. cJtc
moving?
Experienced movers of furniture and
appliances. Low rates. Jobs large or
small. 663-3882. cJtc

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