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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

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

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5.20
7.40
9.40
11.20

2 davs
2.00
2.30
2.60
3.10
3.60
4.10
4.60
5.10
5.60
5.60
10.40
14.80
18.80
22.40

3 days
2.40
2.90
3.60
4.30
5.00
5.65
6.30
6.95
7.60
7.60
14.65
21.10
26.95
32.20

4 dovs
3.20
3.90
4.80
5.70
6.60
7.40
8.20
9.00
9.80
9.80
19.10
17.60
35.30
42.20

5 dos
3.90
4.80
5.90
7.00
8.10
9.05
10.00
10.95
11.90
11.90
23.45
34.00
43.55
52.10

6 days
4.50
5.60
6.80
8.10
9.40
10.50
11.60
12.70
13.80
13.80
27.60
40.20
51.60
61.80

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1.05
1.20
1.35
1.50
1.65
1.80
1.80
3.60
5.40
7.20
9.00

FOR RENT
DR.'S WIDOW in quiet apartment;
house has room to rent for graduate
student. Kitchen privileges. 971-0031.
85C201
FEMALE: own room near campus. Call
after 8 p.m. 665-7654. 39C30
1 BDRM. in a 4-bdrm. apt. 668-6032.
64C29
DO YOU want to grow your own food
next summer? Now is the time to
order seeds, chicks, ducklings, and
all the other things needed. There is
an old farmhouse outside Ann Arbor:
with room for 6 to 10 people, a barn, :
6 pregnant goats, chickens, ducks.
geese, bees, 2 acres of land and goodi
neighbors who help with plowing and'
other things. Call 428-8085 eves. or,
weekends. 70C202'
ONE WOMAN NEEDED to share double:
room in co-op. $60. Call 663-0647.!
38C29
ONE ROOM for rent 4 blocks from
campus, furnished, kitchen privileges,'
$80/mo. Call 769-3753 or call 761-2823
after 8 p.m. 43029
FURNISHED ROOM for rent in private
Burns Park home. For quiet,2straight
female grad. $100/mo. 662-1912. 44C30
ONE BDRM. apt., furnished, all utili-
ties paid, one block from U. Hosp.
Garage incl. Phone after 1 p.m., untilI
8 p.m., 668-9538. 16027

FOR RENT
TH I N K FALL
WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS
418 E. Washington
Modern 1 bedrooms for students
Balconies, air, security system

FOR RENT
WOMAN APARTMENTMATE wanted.
Own bedroom. $80 per month includ-
ing utilities. February. Call 663-4858
evenings. 77031
We Are Not. Expensive-
We Just Look That Way
UNIVERSITY TOWER APTS.
S. University at Forest

521 Walnut Street
Modern 2, 3, & 4-man units
Dishwasher, air, security system

of

S
0
0

8 MONTH FALL-WINTER LEASE
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
RECREATION and PIANO RMS.

911 S. Forest
Modern 2, 3, & 4-man units
Modern balconies, near Hill Street
MODERN APTS., INC.
Office at 418 E. Washington, basement
668-6906 Or 663-3647
cCtc
SINGLE ROOM in country home co-
operative. $50, must see. 9195 Jackson
Rd. 5 mile west, 2, mile past Parker
Rd. Drop out sometime. 84031
2 PEOPLE NEEDED to share large room
with alcove in house very close to.
campus. No pets. Communal kitchen.
$150. 425 Church or 663-3267.' 76028
MODEL OPEN
.MVEi7 E Vi r t A t, for aios

j MOVIES and PARTIES
. FREE WEEKLY.
HOUSEKEEPdING
* STUDY LOUNGE
VISIT OR CALL 761

-2680
cCtc

This Fall Rent
from o Company
Where TENANTS

Come

First!

ROOM IN HOUSE. Female only. Approx. I living. 2 and 3 bdrm. bi-levels and
$70 mo. Shared living room, etc. 322 tlvels avail. Fall '74. Model open
Catherine St. 662-4201. Available now. ilevel eeakends 2-4. 1316 Geddes
58C127 MF ekns2- 11 eds
Apt. 22.
STRATFORD APTS. is now taking ap- CAMPUS RENTALS LTD.
plications for fall and summer rent- 665-8825
als: mod. 2-bdrms. $248-$284.-See apts..-Ct
at 631 S. Forest, No. 3 or No. 11, or
call 761-1840 ,or 663-2709. Very, close to TWO BDRM. patio apt., Village Green,
campus. 710202 Plymouth Rd. Reduced rates - take
- - over lease thru July, '74. Call 662-
BARGAIN CORNER 5020 or 769-1313. '49C127y
CARPET SPECIAL CAMPUS DELUXE !
Thousands of yards'in stock-many
colors and textures. $.99-$5 99 yd. Room for one girl. Nicely furnished,
None Higher. . comfortable, clean modern building,
HAMBURG WAREHOUSE $95/mo. Feb., Mar., April. 665-2256.
10588 Hamburg Road 1-227-5690 761-1932. cctc
cWtc
_ _ _ _ - -.r'A 1 I

SAM'S
STORE

TRADITIONALS

8.95

BELL BOTTOMS.
38 LENGTHS.

. 9.66
... 10.16

BUTTONFLYS . . 8.00
BOOT JEANS .. ..8.95
JACKETS ..........10.50
LEVIS-CORDUROYS
Boots Jeans 8.50 & 9.50
BELL BOTTOMS .. 9.50
HOODED
SWEATSHIRTS ... 7.98

t/-LL
RESERVATIONS
are now being
accepted at our
campus locations.
Newest furnished
student apartments
available.
DAHLMAN N
APARTMENTS
545 Church
761-7600
eCtc
LARGE ROOM and %, for two; $160.
Private parking on campus, kitchen
facilities. Call Debbie, 7-9 p.m., 663-
8787. 55C201
NEED 1 PERSON to share large house
with 1 other person-on lake, quiet,
fireplace, 20 min. from campus. Rent
$100/month plus utilities for semester
or through summer. Call after 7 p.m.,
437-2416 or 662-8137. 47027
4 Geddes
OR
Observatory
FURNISHED
4-MAN
$65.00 per Man
INCLUDES HEAT AND WATER
663-4101
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 E. HURON
cCtc

Available for Fall
are this town's most
popular campus apartments:
Albert Terrace
Algonquin
The Abbey
Dean Apartments
Carriage House
The Lion
The Forvm
The Lodge
Maize & Blue
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
eC209
DOUBLE ROOM for rent. 820 Oxford,
No. 3. 77027
FALL RENTALS
EXTREMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS APARTMENTS
WELL FURNISHED
Sharon. our rental associate will be
glad to help you with your housing
needs.
STOP BY - OR CALL HER
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. University
665-8825
cctc
WANTED TO RENT

HELP WANTED MUSICAL MDSE.,
.CLERK TYPIST, part time 9 a.m.-1 RADIOS, REPAIRS
p.m. for candle factory. Call for SONY FM 5000 stereo tuner; LWE floor-
appointment. This and That, Whit- standing loudspeakers. Call 761-2138.
more Lake, 449-4448. 76H31 62X27
PART TIME for general maintenance.
Call for appointment. This and That, GUITAR LESSONS
Whitmore Lake, 449-4448. 75H31 Class or private instruction - all
styles. Our studios also accommodato
RESEARCH INTERVIEWERS banjo, flute and recorder, keyboard,
Positions available for part-time per- bass drums, clarinet, oboe, and sat
sonal door-to-door research inter- Call Ann Arbor Music Mart, 769-4980.
viewers in Ann Arbor, Ypsi, and sur- exte
rounding areas. No sales solicitation - --'-- - --- --- ---- -------
required or permitted. Must be avail- MARTIN GUITAR C-16NY. Excellent
able to work weekends, car required. condition. $260 with case. 763-6658.
For application write Market Opinion 73X27
Research, 28 W. Adams, Detroit 48226. --- ------------------
351127 MARTIN GUITAR
HOUSEWORK, occasional babysitting, MODEL D-18S 12 fret neck, excel. cond.
$2.50/hr. Own transportation or bus, with hard shell guild case. $300.
Fridays preferred but day flexible. Phone Don, 764-0859. 51X131
761-3283. 63H30
7- . H LUDWIG DRUMS - Top model 1966.
ARBY'S of Ann Arbor is hiring jani- Good condition. 4-piece, cymbals,
tonial help. Approx. 6:30-10:30 a.m. Andy, 662-2311. 63X29
daily. Apply in person between 1 --
and 4 p.m. weekdays. 3021 Washtenaw. 1965 SIX string GIBSON classical
30H202 guitar with case. 769-3743. 74X26
SALES~PERSON. Must be personable CORY MULLEN TEACHES
and outgoing. For sales in retail jazz, blues, melody styles, and
store of Diving equipment & Swim- theory at
wear. Full time days. Interviews Mon., HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
28th, Thurs., 31st, between 1-5 p.m. 209 S. State 665-8001
Underwater Specialists, 1731 Plymouth 'X27
Rd., Campus Plaza near Lums. 27H130-
_--- ..-- .-.-_--- --- DYNACO FM-5 tuner, Pioneer GLA-35
BABYSITTER-Care for one infant in turntable with M91ED. $125 each or
my home. Mon.-Fri., 9-5. Call after best offer. Jebs, 663-3686. 12X27
5, 971-2200. . 52H130
--_.-- - SUN GOIN down at five these days.
ANN ARBOR OUTIMIST CLUB BENE- Get inside, put on some tunes, get
FIT FOR RETARDED AND HANDI- cozy and try and stay healthy. Slow'
CAPPED CHILDREN. Sell tickets over it down a little and brew, up some
the phone from our office, morning comfort. Herbal tea blends from
and afternoon shifts. Salary and Celestial Seasonings. A good catalyst
bonus. 665-9601. 19H29 between you and winter. Shuffle
A M--- - ED sitrnhoeF---i--------- - down to Applerose Natural Foods.
ADC MOM NEEDS sitter in home Fri- They've got it. cX27
day, Saturday and Sunday nights
from 4 p.m.-midnight. $20/weekend. NEW AUTOHARP: Regular $89.95, NOW
Call 973-0567. 04H27 $79.50. 769-1400. cXtc
COOKS WANTED-Will train. Apply in CRAIG 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER, ra-
person. Ramada West, 2800 Jackson dios, voice of music stereo, head-
Road. We are an equal opp. employer, phones. All must gol Great prices, in-
73H202 ventory Sell-out. Apollo Music Cen-
S U-B-LE - ter, 322 S. Main. 761-9430. cXte
SUBET. --- APOLLO DRUM CENTER: All makes,
ROOM TO SUBLET-One block from new and used. 4 piece sets. Zieldjian
campus. $80/month-no utilities. 662- cymbals and accessories. 5 piece So-
9662. 80U30 nor set. Snare drums by the dozen.
A NEEDE-- ----mm-ed--te-y -. 322 S. Main. Free Parking. Open eves.
MALE NEEDED to immediately occupy cXtc
apartment on campus. Guaranteed --
parking, A/C, dishwasher. $78. 769- BUSINESS SERVICES
4212. 66U31
B 5 B INTERNATIONAL FINANCIER--Seekt-
SUMMER SUBLET, 415 Benjamin. 2 in large volume projects worldwide
bedrom, ir cnditoned Ma36u27 aviation, engineering, manufacturing,
Bi-level.663-2079 persistently. y6 industrial, natural resources, petro-
ONE FEMALEneeded to share one bed- shipbuilding.
room apartment. $82.50/mo. Good Wie President
condition. 769-6037. 28U129 Transworld Financial Corp.
_-. __.__ - Iof N. America
WANTED-2 male roommates, $75/mo., 80 Wall Street
until Aug. Well . furnished, a/c. Call New York, N.Y. 10005
663-8473. 53U30 67J29
E. QUAD LEASE for sale. $150 off dorm SELF-HYPNOSIS-Instruction to help
price. Share large double room im- yourself study better, stop smoking,,
nsdiately, female. Laurie, 662-8742. lose weight, relieve allergies, etc.
E., persistent. 65U30 Jeffrey Stewart, 483-5536. 68J301
FEMALE-Own room in large, quiet, PRIVATE DRUM lessons specializing in
furnished 2-bdrm. apt. with nice rock, blues, jazz, and Afro-Latin
view. Now through April, 662-3975, rhythms. Call 665-6219 or 663-2866.
662-2870. 94U27 07J203
---------* -------*- -- - -- --
FEMALE WANTED to sublet (negoti- Protect your DYLAN tickets and other
able) a double suite in Baits. Own things. Apt. Security System provides
room. Contact Elaine, 763-0753. Burglar and Fire protection. Less
01U208 than $60. ANN ARBOR SECURITY

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Hyphenated words over 5 c'
(this includes tciephone
10 lines equals 1 inch !
USED CARS
'69 TOYOTA,29,600 miles, best offer
over $1200. 662-1150. 62N29
'73 VW Beetle, excellent cond., $2,100.
Days, 668-9836, nites, 769-4923. 24N127
1964 VOLKSWAGEN Bus, fair condition,
runs well, good gas mileage. $300.
Please call 971-3332. 42N30
'70 MAVERICK-Gas saver, good cond.
Ruth, 763-3586. 50N201
TOYOTA COROLLA, 1970. Green, 40,000
miles, and excellent gas mileage. $800
or best offer. After 6 p.m., 662-7678.
54N130
1971 .TRIUMPH GT-6. 28 m.p.g. Call
971-7680 or 434-0583 after 6. 99N31
'66 MUSTANG, 6-cyl. gas saver. Runs
well. 763-6189. Negot. 05N30
'68 FORD Galaxy, V-8 automatic. PS
and PB. Vinyl top and chrome trim.
Runs perfectly. Must sell, moving to
Arizona. $475.00. 973-0963. 10N29
BY OWNER $275
1967 BUICK ELECTRA 4 dr. hardtop.
72,000 miles, A/C, stereo radio, elec-
tric windows, other accessories avail-
able. Gold with black vinyl interior.
Call 769-6592 weekdays; 668-6219 eve-
nings and weekends. 21N27
GAS SAVER-1969 Ford Econoline Van.
Small 6-cylinder. Good tires. Owner
sold business. 769-1156 days; 663-4388
nights. $725. 78N27
ENGINES--Triumph GT6, 1972, 10,000
miles, $300. VW, 32,000 miles, 1970,
$200. Plymouth 318 14,000 miles, $200.
Plymouth Ford 6 cyl., 46,000 miles,'
$125. Call 971-1514 or 971-2734. 30N130
TOYOTA

horocters count as two words
numbers)
5 words per line

PERSONAL
GIVE YOUR BODY the fuel it de-
serves. Soybean Cellars and Eden Na-
tural foods store both have have cozy
little restaurants. Slide in for a cup
of herb tea. Mellow Mint. cF27
SHERRY HOUR at the Growth Center.
Tues., Jan. 29, 7-9 p.m. No charge.
Come see what we're about.
AMERICAN
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
5520 State Rd. (South of Municipal
Airport, behind Hoover Bearing)
79F29
SELF-AWARENESS OF OTHERS d
Experimental, residential w e e k e n it
workshop, Feb. 1-3. Call Bob and
Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 26F27
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
cFtc
PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted meer-
schaum pipes. Exceptional values and
the most personalized of service. Free
Catalog, PMP Co., PO. Box 444,
Gaithersburg, Md. 20760. 66Ftc
ABORTION ALTERNATIVES
offered by
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
24 hrs. Phone 769-7283
Office-Basement, 400 S. Division
cor. William. Mon.-Thurs.
1:00-4:30 p.m. Thurs.'6-9 p.m.
Free Pregnancy Testing
CFtc
GRADUATE
SCHOLARSH I PS
IN
Community
Organization
Program
Available
College seniors & graduate students
are invited to apply for a specialized
program of graduate education and
training in Community Organization,
Administration, Social Agency, Man-
agement, Community Planning, Fund
Raising, and Budgeting.
This graduate training will lead to
long term careers with Jewish Feder-
ations. Judaic studies helpful.
Any major sequence may qualify
for those with at least a 3-point
academic average.
For interview Wed., Jan. 30 contact
Career Planning &
Placement Office
764-7456
91F27
Red Zinger
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
* PINBALL "
Laundromat

PERSONAL
GRAD COFFEE HOUR returns Wed.
nights, 4th floor Rackbam. Try it.
cFtc
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151
cFtc
THINK YOU'RE GOOD? Play Pinball,
WIN A FREE TRIP TO EUROPE.
Tommy's Holiday Camp for informa-
tion, 632 Packard & State. 71F201
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal de
sign made by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc
FINALLY. AN ALTERNATIVE: t h e
weekly MICHIGAN FREE PRESS, fea-
turing a regional calendar of music,
films, theater and events; PLUS Jack
Anderson, Ralph Nader and TRB;
PLUS local, regional, national and
world news, reviews, cartoons. Pro-
duced by the non-profit New Morning
media cooperative in Ann Arbor.
New issue on sale each Wednesday,
20c cheap.
Call in news, events, information
you konw about to MFP, 761-7981.
37F27
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being' accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare fornthe upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
Women's
InstruCtiOnal
Pool League
Improve your game or learn it from
scratch. Free instruction in the tech-
niques and tactics of the game.
Come to First
Meeting Wed.,
Jan. 30, 6:00 p.m.
Michigan Union
Billiard Room
cF3O
UPTIGHT? Relax in whirlpool. Angela
massages muscles. Exclusive, confi-
dential, inexpensive. 971-6867. 03Ftc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
Fto
SHOPPING, COOKING leave no time
for socializing? Make friends, share
meals in an International Co-op. Tom
or Carol, 761-7435. 50F127
GAY WOMEN & GAY MEN!
Gay grad students, TF's, faculty, staff:
come meet in a casual atmosphere to
discuss our common concerns. Sun.,
Jan, 27, 7:30 p.m. promptly. Discus-
sion of "Books & Gay People," fol-
lowed by wine and cheese. 1329 White
St., 665-4944. 68F27
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OP
-A REAL ALTERNATIVE-
769-3995 5-8 p.m. DAILY
TYPING-769-2645, anytime. cte
ONGOING TA & Gestalt groups. Mary
Rodgers, 663-5869. 9827
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY. $25 shoot-
ing fee, no minimum-Try it, you'll
like i-769-0053.o cFt
ANSWER 7O PREVIOUS PUZZLE
I AR DITT
N0R A C E A LL IA N CE
A K NI T TE D ON'
T I E S IT G INO
AN N T S A V IOR
G RE A SE A L WAY S
F RO0ST S SN 0 0P
R A C ING A SS U
A L iT E T AL A N IS
G E R 0 T ROT GA T
SC HA NG E EW E L
S K E R DIT T Y

... from 37.50
$40 & $50

FLANNEL
SHIRTS ..

. . 4.98

TURTLENECK
SHIRTS ...
WESTERN

..3.98, 4.98

SYSTEMS, 662-9438. 71J202
$30 BONUS for information leading toTP....-.
a contract for a 4 or 5 bedroom house TRANSPORTATION PIANO INSTRUCTION, all levels. Call
near hospital. Must be available for David Brassfield, 663-5284. 35J29
fall and winter next year, but will WILL TRADE central campus parking
consider starting lease in spring. 764- space for weekly ride to shopping The A2 SCHOOL OF CREATIVE MUSIC'
1025. dLO8 center. 662-9241. 92G127 Private instruction on all instruments
WANTED - HOUSE FOR FALL with -jazz and classical techniques-mod-
LFOR SALE ern theory and harmony-composition
room for 6 more folks. Please call_- .weekly jazz workshop-artistic spir-
Len or Chuck: 761-0770, Nancy or I----ekyjz okhpatsi pr
Ter Chuk:61--775.5L1or SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED couch, old but itual guidance. For interview appoint-
Tern: 761-1059. 1 good cond. $45 or best offer. Call 971- ment call Prof. Curtis, 662-8281.
WANTED TO BUY 9295. 81B30{ -27J201
AN E T_ ____ONE LIGHT down sleeping bag and MOVING SERVICE, 769-2645.
WILL BUY! Used comics, magazines, vacuum cleaner. Call Jim between 6 cJtc
paperbacks, hardcovers, baseball cards, and 7 p.m. 761-8940. dB26
Call 761-0112. Mon.'Sat. 86K201 - TYPING and EDITING, call Jean. 769-
_ SKI BOOTS, Letrappeur, size 12, 1 yr. 2256. 46J029
old. $45. Phone 971-7179. 65B129 ------_
TYPING-769-2645, anytime. cJtc

SHIRTS .....from 5.98
Buggies from $9
207 E. LIBERTY

DO YOU KNOW

0* "

what-the oldest building on campus is?
how many bricks there are in the law quad?
who Samuel Trask Dana was?
WHO CARES!!1
If you'd like to work with new students, sign
up to be a fall orientation leader in the UAC
Office (Room ZN) in the Michigan Union,
starting January 31. Interviews begin Monday,
February 4 and continue through February 22.
The University of Michigan is a non-discrimi-
natory, affirmative-action employer.

SUN DAY
Jan. 27
BROOKLYN
BLUES
BUSTERS
returning to:
9:30-2:00
120 W. LIBERTY
668-9372

RALEIGH Internat'l. bicycle. Mint con-
dition. $340. 971-7596. 56B30
SINGER SEWING machine and B/W
RCA TV. 662-4330. 69B30
MUST SELL - 1967 Pontiac. Leaving
country. Good condition. Best offer.
663-8732. 90B127
EXTENSIVE collection of American and
English rock 'n roll and folk albums.
Excellent condition. $1.00 each. 662-
9559. 92B27
MISCELLANEOUS
ACCOUNTING MAJORS interested in
a free C.P.A. review course write:
The Becker C.P.A. Review Course,
151 W. Jefferson, Detroit. Mich. 48226.
Please include your phone number in
reply. . 32M30
PEOPLE OR COUPLE wanted for 3 year
sailing trip around the world. Leav-
ing 1975. About $8,000 per person.
Experience helpful. We are natural,
open people. Call761-8663. 91M201
ALTERATIONS
SOPHIE'S SOAP SUDS
Mike and Julie who is awaiting
her divorce from Sophie's ex, Bob.
In the meantime George has been
seen with Alice the wonder chicken
In the garden of . .. dP27

WE GUARANTEE personal attention It
handling shipments of your personal
effects worldwide. Contact A. P.
Burstrom, 8. Gene. 983-4033. cJtc
TICKETS
DYLAN TICKETS for sale. Call Joe,
426-3343. 83Q29
WANTED-DYLAN tickets. 662-2217.
84Q31
DYLAN TICKETS-I need 9 of them
badly. Will pay good money. Call
769-3986 and ask for Jake, persist-
ently. dQ30
GET TOP DOLLAR!! Need 4 tickets to-
gether for Bob Dylan concert. Will
pay top dollar. Call Mr. Thomas
Miller, 868-0874, 9-5 or Sat. 8-12.
29Q27
WANTED-2 tickets to Bob Dylan con-
cert. Will pay generous price. 437-
3591. 40Q29
DYLAN tickets wanted. Will negotiate
price. Linda, 662-8742; Enid, 662-2054.
BE PERSISTENT. 66Q30
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND yesterday - Man's watch in
front of Community Center, William
and State. 663-1111. dA30
FOUND-Woman's glasses in gold case
on E. Jefferson. Marsha, 662-7288.
dA30
FOUND-State & Kingsley-1-2 yr. male
puppy. White. w/ black speckles.
Beth, 662-4016, 764-9475. dA26
FOUND-A Seiko watch with foreign
language days on Huron St. Jan. 17.
Call 761-2295 and describe to claim.
dA26
FOUND-Brown puppy, white markings.
Female. Sunday, Jan. 20 at S. Uni-
versity and Church. 764-5686. dA26
FOUND - KEYS on newspaper stand.
Corner Geddes & Observatory. 663-
7268. dA29
LOST: Blue purse at Crisler Arena,
Seals & Crofts, return contents. 764-
3913. 41A27
NEW CARS
A kIK1r %1w im' M.

CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
- SPORTS CARS -j
'73 CAPRI V-6 automatic, silver-
metallic, 0,00 miles... ....$3695
'73 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE, 11,00 m.
AM-FM. 5-speed, factory warranty
'72 DATSUN 240, low miles, auto-
matic, AM-FM, beautiful brown
metallic, chestnut interior ... $4795
'72 PEUGEOT 4-door, 4-speed, model
504, dark blue finish, 24,000 miles.
See today at_.............. $3495
'71 FIAT 124 Spider, 5-speed, AM-FM,
yellow, sharp................ $2795
'71 PORSCHE 914, 5-speed transmis-
sion, AM-FM, bright yellow
finish .. ........ ... $4395
71 TRIUMPH GT-6, new paint, low
miles, sharp............... $2695
'71 JAGUAR XKE, V-12, A.T., P.S., A-
FM, Chrome wires, 15,000 miles, x-
sharp ......... ................ $7595
'70 LAND-CRUISER, 4-wheel drive,
Very sharp..................$2995
-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.
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
769-7935
CNtc
SITUATIONS WANTED
IT'S BEEN 365 days since the party,
a drink, a smoke, and . . . By the
way did you know I love you. d027
ROOMMATES
WOMAN WANTED to share house on
West side. Quiet, friendly living en-
vironment. Rent-$75 plus utilities.
665-0671 weekdays 'til 4, 769-1604 eve-
nings. 82Y201
FEMALE TO SHARE 3 bedroom apt.
Own room. For Fall '74. Call immedi-
ately-764-4956 or 764-4952. The Abbey.
69Y27
FEMALE for modern bi-level. Own
room or share. Now through August.
665-9491. 18Y29
WOMAN NEEDED to share house and
living environment with other wo-
men. Own room, near transportation.
Washer/dryer. 663-8787 eves. 47Y27
PERSONAL
FREE TRIP TO EUROPE' Play Pinball
at Tommy's Holiday Camp, 632 Pack-
ard & State. 72F201
NEED PEOPLE for psych experiment.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 20
minutes each day. Pays $4. Call Steve;
663-9286. 70F27
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - Profes-
sional Custom Work.Very reason-
able. Cal. Modern Photography, 8-6
p.m. 761-0272. cFtc
WE'LL BE BACK MONDAY
CHET, DAVE, HAROLD, AND JAY
U-M STYLISTS AT UNION
cF27
INTRO-ACT Personal Growth Groups-
Weekly sessions, weekend groups, and
a peer counseling group. Call Richard
Kempter, 662-4826 or Michael Andes,
662-2801. 52F29
LUNCH SPECIAL until the end of Feb-
ruary. Burger, fries, and a coke for
only $1.25 (including tax), daily from
11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Only at the Gar-
bage Pit, 810 8. State. 34F220
IF YOU'D LIKE to help freshmen,
transfer students, and other people,
why not become a fall orientation
leader? Sign up for interviews begin-
ning February 4, Room 2N, Michigan
Union. The University of Michigan is
a non-discriminatory, affirmative-ac-
tion employer. 31F212
DISSATISFIED with your grade in P.S.
413l la.t semiete Anna with usl

cFtc

ALL NEW MACHINES
740 PACKARD

ACROSS
1 Pleat.
5 Posts.
10 Appropriate.
14 Roman road.
15 Acquired relative.
16 "What's - for
me?
17 College diplomas.
19 Italian girl's
name.
20 Boisterous fun.
21 Baltic seaport.
22 Garage event.
23 Town in Iraq.
25 Bio. or them.
28 Persian.
29 Babies' play.
things.
32 Zoo favorites.
34 Lower in rank.
35 Opera highlight.
.36 Yearn.
37 Fragment.
41 Orb's partner.
44 Part of gun.
45 Bowler.
46 Elders: Abbr.
47 Dark brownish
gray.
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48 Touch. -
50 Tire of a sort.
52 Small burrowing
animal.
57 Timber wolf.
58 Old-time inn at-
tendants.
59 European capital.
60 City near Des
Moines.
61 French pronoun.
62 Small mounds,
63 City on the
U-hone.
64 Sunbeams.
DOWN
1 Carp.
2 Roman emperor
(69 A.D.).
3 Evil glance.
4 Mini, for
example.
5 Error.
6 Foot coverings.
7 Hipbones.
8 Short rope: Naut.
9 Compass pts.
10 Big game snare.
11 Circus features.
12 The "lowing
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25,
26
27
30
31
33
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39
40
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42
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Copr. '74 Gen'I Features Corp.

herd."
Relative of etc.
Serenity.
Floor coverings.
Month, in Paris.
Bright.
Kitchen gadget.
Matchless.
Clear sky.
Prognosticators.
Pouched animals.
Ailment.
Little knot.
Check ,payer.
Walk awkwardly.
Mystic arts.
Musical com-
position.
Italian river.
Deer's trail.
Sit for a portrait.
Slower: Mus.
abbr.
Miss Montez.
Dramatist of
Shakespeare's
time.
Chemical suffixes.
Rejuvenating
place.

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