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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 10, 1974

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Classifieds

FOR RENT
HOUSE IN COUNTRY-2 bedrooms andI
garage. $175 plus utilities. Available1
now 'til June 1, 1974. Call 662-4736.1
dC !
ROOM IN HOUSE $55/mo. 665-7429. }
44C12
SINGLE ROOM available, Eaton Baits I,
winter term/lease transfer. Tel. 769-
2185. 22013j
QUIET FEMALE GRAD for own furn-
ished cheap room. Near Jacobson's.
Parking, Non-smokers preferred. 663-
2015 evenings. 24C12
TWO-MAN ROOM for rent, $135/mo.
Call 665-5416. 25012
2 SPACES available in frat by Arb. TV,.
laundry, room, board, $135/mo. 761-
3123. 19C16
SAN SOUCI APTS., 1042 S. Main, Ann
Arbor. 1 bdrm., carpeted and appli-
ances, laundry facilities, all utilities
except electricity. $192/mo. Call 434-
0550 dally or 453-1979 after 6' p.m.
17016
8 MONTH
FALL WINTER LEASE!
AT
UNIVERSITY TOWERS APTS.
S. UNIVERSITY AT FOREST
5 minutes to class
FURNISHED, APARTMENTS
S HEATED SWIMMING POOL
RECREATION ROOM
* STUDY LOUNGE
*PIANO ROOM
AFREEWEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
O MOVIES AND PARTIES
VISIT OR CALL 761 -2680
cCtc
3 BLOCKS from campus, giant sleeping
room for male student. No cooking,
cleaned regularly. In graduate house.
663-5930. 15015
APARTMENT SPACES available. Ecu-
menical Campus Center, 921 Church,
St. International Community, modern
apartment. 662-5529: 14012
MODERN APARTMENTS
668-6906
cCtc
NEEDED: Woman to take over lease for
apt. immed. Own bedrm. Good loca-!
tion. 662-6258, 665-2167. 93015
ROOM in house in country. Call persis-
tently, 1-878-3701. Cathy or Pat.
54010
SPACES AVAIL, in a fraternity this se-
mester. $165/month. Full meals, color
TV, laundry, doubles & singles avail-
able. 761-5746. 42C131
MODERN 2 bdrm. unfurnished apt.
Packard nr, Carpenter Woodland Hills
Complex, Jan.-Aug. $175/mo. 485-2191.

FOR RENTI
BEST ON CAMPUS
Carpeted furnished room for one or 2i
girls. Pleasant, clean, modern build-
ing. Semester lease. 761-1932. cC13
This Fall Rent
from, a Company
Where TENANTS
Come First-! G
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
cC209
ROOM FOR RENT, meals if wanted.:
Call 761-7420. 99013
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
ROOMS FOR RENT, 4 blocks from cam-
pus. Excellent condition. Some fur-
nishings, 769-3753 day, 761-2823 night.
02C16

ROOM AND BOARD
TIRED OF COOKING for one? We have
good food, great people and plenty of
extras. Check out Joint House Co-op,
917 South Forest or call Laurie, 761-
0828, board only, 20E12
ROOM and BOARD in frat. house. Call
761-5491 78E1&
GET INVOLVED with the food you eat
... Board at a North Campus Co-op
or at a Central Campus Co-op. Good
nourishing food, free washers and
dryers, 10c coke machines, great peo-
ple! Contact the ICC office, Room 3N
Michigan Union, 662-4414. 10E15
ROOM and BOARD FREE in house near
campus in return for babysitting. 3
afternoons/'wk. and 2 eves. 662-2143.
40E10
SISTER needs apt. to share with same,
Senior, own bedrm. Call 665-4797 aft.
3:30. 46E11
ENJOY COMPANY while eating? Board
at an International Co-op winter se-
mester. For information call Tom or
Carol. 761-7435. 20E112
HUNGRY? LONELY! EAT GOOD,
NOURISHING, INEXPENSIVE FOOD
IN A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AT
THE CO-OPS.
North Campus Co-ops, call Judy or
Steve at 668-6860..
Osterweil, 338 E. Jefferson, 761-6084
Nakamura, 807 S. State, 761-6683
Michigan, 315 N. State, 761-7511
Vail, 602 Lawrence, 761-7060
Lester, 900 Oakland, 761-4281
Mark VIII, 917 S. Forest, 761-0828
Cal or stop by any of these houses or
the ICC Office, Room 3N, Michigan
Union, 662-4414. 12E15
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALE: 8-track home/auto tape
player and tapes. Call Mike, 663-5135.
39X17
GUITAR LESSONS
Class or private instruction - all
styles. Our studios also accommoda
banjo, flute and recorder, keyboard,
bass drums, clarinet, oboe, and sax
Call Ann Arbor Music Mart, 769-4980.
eXte
NEW EPIPHONE GUITAR. Low price.
Call Ted, 971-0387. 73X15
HARMON-KARDON CITATION 12 ster-
eo power amp. 60W rms per channel.
761-2749. 76X15
ONE SITAR for sale. Call 665-7266 or
763-2368. 08X11
FOR SALE: Panasonic FM Stereo radio
headset in factory packaging. Best
offer. 665-7862 eves. 00X15
NEW AUTOHARP: Regular $89.95, NOW
$79.50. 769-1400. 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
FISHER TX1000 amp, 120 watts. $150,
AR 2ax speakers (2) $140. Call 62-
4923 anytime. 34X13
CRAIG 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER, ra-
dios, voice of music stereo, head-
phones. All must go! Great prices, in-
ventory ell-out. Apollo Music Cen-
ter, 322 S. Main. 761-9430. cxtc
MUSIC, STRINGS
'N' THINGS
Acoustic Instruments and acces-
sories. 20% off list. Lessons and ex-
pert repairs. Old Martins, Gibsons
and Guild guitars in stock. 668-9336.
516 E. William. cxtc
BENJAMIN MIRACHORD 50 H II turn-
table. Call 769-3166 persi. 38X13
APOLLO DRUM CENTER: All makes,
new and used. 4 piece sets. Zieldjian
cymbals and accessories. 5 piece So-
nor set. Snare drums by the dozen.
322 S. Main. Free Parking. Open eves.
cXtc
FOR SALE
RECORD COLLECTION for sale. Cheap.
Stereo, $40. Call 761-2449. 46B12
WOOLENSAK 4760 tapedeck, 1 yr., ex-
cellent cond. Need money. Same as
Advent 201. $200 or best. 668-6151.
31B10
OLIVETTI-Underwood 21 typewriter
for sale. Practically new. Excellent
condition. Call 764-1025. dB015
2 RECTILINEAR III SPEAKERS with
Micro Acoustic Tweeters. $375.00 or
best offer. 665-3266. 43B18
RED ZINGER is a combination of
African and Mexican hibiscus flow-
ers, Bulgarian Peppermint, Scanda-
navian rosehips, American wild cherry
bark, Jamaican orange peel, and Mex-
ican lemon grass. Soybean Cellars and
Eden's both have it. Comfortable
places to go and learn something
about your only body. Nuff said.

VAN FOR SALE (Corvair) $375. Call
Steve 763-6523. 80B106
PINBALL MACHINES - $250-$400 or
commission basis. 761-1932. cBtc
-- - - -- ---
TRANSPORTATION
WILL TRADE central campus parking
space for weekly ride to shopping
center. 662-9241. 47G12
ERIC NEEDS RIDE to Cleveland or Ak-,
ron Tuesday (today). Call 769-8555 or,
763-3246 before 3 p m. dG{
WANTED TO BUY

HELP WANTED WANTED TO RENT USED CARS
CAMP SEA-GULL interviewing on Jan- FEMALE WANTS own bedroom in apt., TRANSPORTATION: '66 Mercury, runs
16. Cali S.A.B. for appointment. 33H15 house Jan-April. 761-9754, Debbi. well. $100. 769-0197 after 5:30. 35N11
MASSEUSES WANTED. Apply 215% S.}NEED a cheap efficiency for winter
p.m. Ave. Ann Arbor, between18 term. Call 769-3923 or 761-5624.
ONE 3H1 BDOMATodroue

t

ART WORLI

PUBLISHER'S
REPRESENTATIVE
-to call on our
accounts. Must be
quite personable,
nm knck,4c m

PERSONAL

ONE BEDROOM APT., older house.
Days 1-517-783-2851; eves. 662-8594.
BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO INSTRUCTION, all levels. aCl1
David Brassfield, 663-5284. 16J22
MOVING SERVICE, 768-2645.

CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
- SPORTS CARS -
'73 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE, 11,000 mi.
AM-FM, 5-speed, factory warranty

ana navenao some
e cJtc .. .. .. ...... .. . $3695
experience in sales. ---_ ---- ------ '72 FIAT 124 SPIDER, mags, 16,000 mi.,I
Write or call Kate Moore, VIOLIN LESSONS CAN-AM, orange, michelens, radials
Wrie r tilKat M or, VOLN LSSNSlike new ............. $3695
BELLEROPHON BOOKS, Beginning through Advanced. Three '71 FIAT 124 SPIDER, 5-speed, AM-FM,1
St., degrees in music, 6 yrs. teaching ex- bright red, sharp .......$2795
153 Steuart S. perience in Ann Arbor. For info, call'7JAUR KEV-2A,.PSAM
San Francisco, Ca. 94105, 663-8392. 04J13 FM, Chrome wires, 15,000 miles, x-
(415) 391-0911,--- -.$79
(415)H31- .CERAMICSd C E: bn n. 14, '70 LAND-CRUISER, 4-wheel drive,
491115; Mon. and Thurs., 7:30-10:30. School-$29
-. - ihouse Pottery. Call 662-8057, 662-1576 Very sharp. .............$2995
ESCORTS WANTED, $3/hr. Apply 215% or 665-8325 33J13 -TOYOTAS-
S. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor between !.------- . -_ _ 1969-1972 all models to choose from:
12-8 p.m. 34H18 ASTROLOGICAL READINGS, classes in 100 per cent warranty on engines,
- - - Occultism. Contact James Coats, 663- transmissions and diff. for 1000 miles
CLERKS WANTED. $2/hr. Will train. 8709. 39J13 or 30 days.
Apply 21512 S. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor -.-- - - - 1973 DEMO'S - Real dollar values.
between 12-8 p.m. 36H16 TYPING and EDITING, call Jean, 769- - ECONOMY IMPORTS -
- 2256. 46J029 '73 SUBARU, 4-door, radials, 4-speed,
BABYSITTER 18 mon., Mon. 10:30-2:30, ' ------ - - -radio, 1,000 miles, new ........ $2,495

STILL ACCEPTING REGIST
FOR WINTER PROGR
50 FASCINATING CLA&
MON.-THURS.--1:30.9n
FRI.-SUN.--1:30-6 p.m
FINE ARTS & CRAFTS, DA
PHYSICAL & MENTAL DISC
PHOTOGRAPHY, THEATRE
MUSIC & WRITING. Schedu
able. Call for information:
2131/2 S. MA IN
(between Liberty & Washi
1 668-6244 668
PASSPORT,APPLICATIONF
and cheap, by experienced D
tographer. Come to the D
Thurs. night, Jan. 10, and
David Margolick.
PIZZA BOB'S PIZZA TRU
PIZZA SCHEDULE
8:30-Angell Hall
9 :00-UGLI
9:45-Bursley
10:00-Markley
10:15-Alice Lloyd
10:30-West Quad
11:00-East Quad
11:15-Albert Terrac
11:30-Bursley
11:55-Mosher Jorda
12 :I0-Markey
12:30-Alice Lloyd
EUROPE - Woman travelling
ion wanted to hitch-hike. C
668-7289.
RUNEYOUR CAR on CHICK
NRE! The ultimate in recyc
ficient, Non-Polluting, Ch
Info from: CHICKEN DOOD
Dennett, Fresno, Calif. 9372
GUITAR LESSONS-Jazz and
techniques. Modern theory
mony. 662-8281.
XEROX AND OFFS
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769
TYPING-769-2645, anytime.
BRIGHT N' CLEAN LAUND
**** PINBALL ARCADE
740 PACKARD

PERSONAL
W4NTED-Someone to repair stereo at
D S fair price. 761-2787 eves. dF13
RATIONS MEETINGS for those interested in of-
AM ficiating I-M Basketball will be held
SES Tues.. Jan. 8 at 8 o'clock and Thurs.,
o.m. Jan. 10 at 7 o'clock at the I-M Build-
M. ing. Plan to attend both meetings.
ANCE, 79F10
CIPLINES,
ARTS. BOWL IN A LEAGUE
ules avail- Sign Up.Now-UNION LANES
Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat. 1 p.m. Sun.
cFl0
ngton) WORK-STUDY STUDENT interested in
-6222 information editor position with 24
F19 ha. telephone service, inquire at 76-
c~9 GUIDE. A non-discriminatory, af-
PIX fast firmative action employer. 48F12
Daily pho-
Daily this
d ask for Red Zinger
dF10
UCK'S LET THE RIVERS of your body run
clean. Drink a raincloud of Golden
Mint Herb Tea. Applerose has Celes-
tial Seasonings, Herb Teas and all
kinds of other good stuff for your
little body. cF103
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES AND OFFSET
ROCKY MOUNTAIN herbal magic! Ce-
n A lestial Seasonings people-blended{
teas. Eleven of 'em; one for each
day of the week. All avail, at Apple-
86F22 rose. Eden retail, Soybean Cellars.
compan- BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
all Linda, while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
11F19 Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0943. cFte
'EN MAN- ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE- Now in
eling! Ef- progress. Sale began January 1 and
eap. Free will end December 31. Austin Dia-
LE, 811 E. mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
8. 87F10_e-..
I classical ABORTION ALTERNATIVES
and har- offered by
09F22 PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
09F22 P 24 hrs. Phone 769-7283
SET Office-Basement, 400 S. Division
S1:00-4Thrs. 9 p
_-0560 Free Pregnancy Testing
cFtcCtC
---DATING SERVICE, $15
1ROMAT Great people. Saturday Night Insurance
663-1392
74F11

;a

T. Thi~ 10:30-1:30. 668-8057. 32H10 TYPING-769-2645,anytime. CAt

PART-TIME HELP needed immediately.
Babysitting $2/hr. North Campus
area. Days only. 769-2071. 23H12
LADY or COUPLE over 25 to live in
and help widower and son with eve.
meal and light housekeeping. Phone-
761-2134 before 5 p.m. 92H13
PART-TIME DRIVERS. Thompson's
Pizza. 211 E. Ann. 761-0001. 98H22
BABYSITTER Tues., Thurs. morningsj
in our home. One child. Landsdowne
area. Own transportation preferred.
665-3816. 96H13,
BABYSITTING 1, 2, or 3 afternoons per
week, near campus, 663-9885. 94H11t
NIGHT AUDITOR, 11 p.m.-7 a.m., 5-6
days/wk. Ramada Inn, West, 2800.
Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor, Mi. 769-0700.-
An equal opportunity employer.
06H19
BUSBOY WANTED for evening meals at
5 p.m. Call 761-9167. 05H16
WORK-STUDY PERSON with back-
ground in child development or edu-
cation. Contact Skip Taube, Project
Community Child Care and Dev. Pro-
gram, 2204 Mich. Union., 763-3548 aft.
and 663-4392 morn. 70H12
ARBY'S of ANN ARBOR is now hiring
counter help. Hours available 10:30-
2:30 lunch help, and 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
night help. Also available are janitor
positions 7 a.m.-10:30 a.m. or later
as counter help. Apply in person 1-4
at 3021 Washtenaw. 56H18
BABYSITTER limited time now, start-
ing 80 hrs./wk. in March, Toddler and
baby. Walking distance to campus.
Exchange for rm. and board possible,
663-0239. 49H13
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Creative for 3
children. Wed. 3-10 p..m., occasional:
other eves. Salary negotiable. Own
transportation or bus. 971-3513.
41 H11
OUT-OF-STATE-STUDENT with child
development or education back-
ground. Contact Skip Taube, Project
Community Child Care and Dev. Pro-
gram, 2203 Mich. Union, 763-3548 aft.,
and 663-4392 morn. 69H12
WANTED Jan. 16 and 17, students to
participate in workshop 113 thrs.,
$2.00 hr. Contact Continuing Educa-
tion Services for Nurses, School of
Nursing, 763-3105. 55H10
BABYSITTER WANTED. Campus area.
Call after 2, 663-0660. 37H13
HOUSECLEANING HELP needed. $2/hr.
761-1032. CH10
ALASKA is booming this year! Approv-
ed handbook, "JOBS IN ALASKA",
covers all occupations, including
pipeline. 1974 edition. $3.00, from
JOBS IN ALASKA, Box 1565, Anchor-
age 99510, a licensed employment
agency. 52H13
WAITRESS full time: Pays. Apply be-
fore noon. Apply in person. Liberty
Inn. 112 W. Liberty. 73H16
PHOTO SUPPLIES'
FUJICA Z-600 Single-8 movie camera
wit hsplicer and viewer. Call 662-9412.E
451D11

WE GUARANTEE personal attention in$
handling shipments of your personal
effects worldwide. Contact A. F.
Burstrom. E. Gene. 983-4033. cJtc
ALTERATIONS
SOPHIE
caused massive traffic jams on Ann;
So, Sophie, it can now be said, has
been silently mourning the loss of
her former forewoman, ZONKER,
who left last spring in order to .
dP10

Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
769-7935
cNtc
PERSONAL
FUTURE WORLDS '74
LECTURE SCHEDULE
Jan. 29-Ralph Nader,
Consumer Advocate
Feb. 5-Carl Sagan, Astrophysist

I

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Feb. 12-Hunter Thompson,
ROOMMATES Gonzo Journalist
Feb. 21-Margret Mead,
FEMALE NEEDED for on-campus apt. Anthropologist
Jan.-May. 662-1402. 30Y12 Mar.12-Gene Youngblood,
------ - ___. ___ Electronic Communication Expert
FEMALE OPENING: Co-op Lester Mar. 17-R. D. Laing,
House. Call I.C.C. Office, 662-4414. Anti-Psychiatrist
40Y11 Mar. 26-George Borgstrom,
_- World Nutritionist
OWN ROOM $70 Apr. 2-John Lilly,
in off-campus house with 3 law/ Sensory Experimentor

business students. 663-5351. 07Y15
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
1 bedroom apartment. $90/month.
Call 761-3335. dY1l

53011 |-
____PEeeded ..BURNS PARK, 2 rooms and half bath
CREATIVE COUPLE needed to share i rvt oe ae o-mkr
house overlooking West Park. Work imn $110,prv mante1home. Male, n$-p
and play facilities avail. $200/mo.' 2.man $170. t Cnpi
incl. utilities. 761-5134. 77C16 d

ONE FEMALE to take over lease in3
large 3-man, 2-bedroom, furnished
apt. with balcony. Excellent location
to campus. 769-4048. Karen. 640112
ROOM IN APT. $75/mo. until May. Joel
or Peter, 971-6645 after 7 p.m. 58013
BARGAIN CORNER
MOVI NG-MUST SELL #
Guitar, Aria, classical, excel. cond.
with case, $50.00. Maytag Apt. clothes'
dryer, 1 yr. old, $65.00. Rubber life
raft, 4-man with paddles, $20.00. Sun-
beam port. hair dryer, $10.00. 769-1348.
18W12
CARPET SPECIAL
'Thousands of yards in stock-many
colors and textures. $.99-$5.99 yd.
None Higher.
HAMBURG WAREHOUSE
10588 Hamburg Road 1-227-5690
cWtc
GUYS
do not worry about cold
& snow-We have hooded
sheep skin coat SALE.
The best quality in Mid
West. Easy terms in
payment.
White Car Coat.
Reg. $125.50 .. Now 94.50
White Long Coat
Reg. 150 . ... Now 110.50
Dif. Color Car Coat
Reg. 149.50 .. Now 1 10.50
Dif. Color Long Coat
Reg. 199.50 .. Now 150.00
Limited quantity-
first come, first serve.
215 E. LIBERTY
(Near Sam's)
Turkish Arts & Crafts
761-5554a
cW13

SUBLET
OWN ROOM in large 3 bdrm. apt. Sub-
let from now thru Aug. $80/mo. and
electricity only. 668-7989. 28U11
WANTED: 1-2 women to sublet tri-
level 4-man apt, on central campus.
4-8 month lease. Call 761-8513 after 6.
43U11
ROOM AVAILABLE in 2 bdrm. apt, for
1 or 2 males. Great location, friendly
people. Call 662-7803, price negotiable.
21U13
FOR SUBLET-winter term, single,
Baits II. Female. 665-5315. 72U15
BEST ON CAMPUS
Clean, carpeted, furnished, single or
double room for girls. Oxford, Call
761-1932. cUtc
FEMALE, take over lease thru Aug. $82.
No pets. Must share room. 662-7517.
83U11
1 SPOT in 2-BDRM. 4-man on S. For-
est. 668-7575. 85U11
FEMALE for 1-bdrm. apt. near campus.
Rent negotiable. 763-6598. 62U112
FEMALE WANTED to sublet (negoti
able) a double suite in Baits. Own
room. Contact Elaine, 763-0753.
01U208
SUBLET part of 2-bdrm. apt. Spaces for
male or female. Individual bdrm. or
share bdrm. in modern 2-bdrm. fur-
nished apt. Includes all utilities ex-
cept electricity and phone. $69-125/
month. Call 663-9373. 50Ul8
WOMEN NEEDED for our six person
house, Communal cooking, very nearI
to campus. $56 per month. Call 769-j
5814. dU10
OWN ROOM for male in U. Towers,
$100/mo., call Bob, 668-7065 or 665-
8584. dUl0
PETS AND SUPPLIES j
BEAUTIFUL, intelligent grey female
tabby wants to meet predominantly;
white long-haired cat for purposes of
mating. Call 761-2449. 47T10
LOST AND FOUND j

NEED 1 roommate to complete 4-man
apt. Bi-level, good location. Rent ne-
gotiable. Call Bob, 763-6307. 84Y12
GRAD MALE WANTED for own room
in 3-bdrm. apt. $93/mo. 761-9101.
82Y11
SCULPTOR, male, 28, would like apart-
ment-mate, female or male. Own
room. rasement studio facilities;
Pleasant street (Spring St.); no lease,
$65 /mo. Call Warren evenings, 769-
7588. 88Y12
GIRL NEEDED to fill vacancy in four-
woman modern apartment. Campus
location. $65/mo. Call Lynne after 6
p.m. 973-2186. 90Y10
FEMALE GRAD. Own room. Luxurious]
apt. Spectacular view of Arb. A/C,
pool. Bus to campus. Call Carolyn,
665-9314 eves. 36Y10
NEEDED: Two women to share room in
two-bedroom apt. Call 761-3532 or
761-0062. dYl10
TWO WOMEN looking for third to
share house on west side. Prefer some
one independent and willing to share
responsibilities. Rent $75 plus utili-
ties. 769-1604 68Y12
MANdNEEDED to share large furnished
modern one-bedroom apt, on State
near campus, now thru Aug. 761-2040.
66Y10
FEMALE roommate needed Jan.-April
for 2-bdrm., mod, apt. on Brown St.
769-0048. dY10
WANTED-Female Roommate to share
two bedroom apartment. Own room
and bathroom. Across from North
Campus. Furnished. Occupancy in
January or before. Rent $110/month.
Call 663-5631 after 5:30 p.m. 69Y009
USED CARS
'69 CHEVY VAN 108, 307 auto, radials,
windows, loadlevellers, AM-FM ster-
eo, insulated, excellent condition.
$1400. 761-1749. 75N13

Apr. 9-John Todd, -------- --_- ------
Alternative Energy Researchist WEEKEND & SPRING Break trips open WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - Profes-
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED to all members of the University sional Custom Work. Very reason-
For more information about community. NASSAU 3/1-3/8 for $239 able. Cal Modern Photography, 8-6
FUTURE WORLDS plus $10.50 on Paradise Island at the p 761-0272. Fto
Dial 764-6810 BEACH INN. TORONTO, Any week-
62F10 end for $39.50 to $63.00 including Our prices are sensible and our SER-
_.- - ----.__.-- breakfasts. MONTREAL, Any weekend VICE is a pleasure. The Village
RIDE WANTED to Rackham Bldg. from f for $79.95 to $89.00 including shopper's Apothecary. eFto
E. University MON.-FRI. Arrive 8, discounts. Call now for reservations
leave 5. Will pay well. 764-7156, 662- with Beth Bowen at 1525 Washtenaw WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or tra-
7155. 37F11 at 662-8458. The LAST DATE FOR ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
- APPLICATIONS to Nassau is Wednes- eyto
"SCIENTIFIC" means systematically day, Jan. 16. cF216
derived, ob3ectively verifiable, and UG HTRelaxIn whirlpoo l ngela DA I LY CLASSI F I EDS
nonvariably repeatable. Transcenden- confi-
tal Meditation is a scientific techni- massGTesmles.in Exclusieol. c BRING
tue Eachatime a persn pcices dential, inexpensive. 971-6867. 03Fte BRING QUICK RESULTS
que. Each time a person practices
TM: oxygen consumption is reduced BOARD EXAM TUTORING
20%. Cardiac output falls 25%. Skin Enrollments now being accepted for
resistance (relaxation) increases 300- S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
500%. Blood lactate falls precipitous- prepare for the upcoming MC.A.T., People MusicFood.
ly." Not only is it scientific, but it D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.'
works. 761-8255. cF109 Call (313) 354-0085, cFtc
DANCE WORKSHOP. Fri. eve.-Sat., at JACOB'S LADDER. In Kerrytown BC
Jan. 25-26. No experience necessary- Market. 662-4995. cFtc
Phone Margaret or Bob Blood, 769-_-
0046. 41F20 PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted meer-' ANNOUNCES ITS
schaum pipes. Exceptional values and
WANT EATS? We've got 'em! Board at the most personalized of service. FreeISPRING
Osterweil Co-op. 761-6084. 26F12, Catalog. PMP Co., P.O. Box 444,
GAY LIBERATION sponss - _ - Gaithersburg, Md. 20760. 66Ftc ORGANIZATIONAL
GA IEAINsponsors a Com- ____- -- -._____I
munity Dance Friday, Jan. 11, 9 p.m. PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OP MEETING
Women's Athletic Bldg., Forest near ---A REAL ALTERNAIVE--
Gedd o63-4186o -1.250.oGay Hotln 769-3995 5-8 p.m. DAILY EVERYONE INVITED!
24 hrs., 7 days). 662-9559 (Black Cau- Why buy mass produced WEDDING No musical knowledge needed.
cus). 42F11 RINGS? Have your own personal de- Put your organizational
IE'A I sign made by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc abilities to work
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN (Feb., 1972): aiiist ok
"Whereas operant conditioning is
limited to producing specific respon- ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE NEEDED: poster artists,
ses and depends on a stimulus and cooks, poster hangers,
feedback of a reinforcer, (transcen- MA P A R A C E and people in general. If
dental) meditation is independent of 0 P E N A L 0 R S 0 P A L
such assistance and produces not a D E M 0 C R A T I C I N S you can breathe we can
single specificresponse but a com- E X P O R T S PILE A T E useYOU!
plex of responses that marks a high-
ly relaxed state." This deep rest of E P 0 S H 0 H E R
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION, I T R E W R A D I A T I 0 N Thurs., Jan. 10, 8 p.m.
is the basis of more energetic, suc- H O A R SAM TRA N C E
cessful, and enjoyable activity. 761- A W N S 0 Y B E A N T E R E. Quad, Greene Lounge
8255. cF10i RECA L 0 AIR TRA
SATURDAY - MICHIGAN UNION P R E E D E N T P E 0 N Y YE OLDE STAPLE JELLY DONUTS
BILLIARD ROOM - ROUND ONE OF 0 P 1 N E DE A D
THE ANNUAL CAMPUS TOURNAMENT T F A T U R E SERVED AFTERWARD
cF12 A DY ORE P U L I C A N
FEMINIST JEWELRY-rings, pendants, T M E R C FURTHER INFO 761-9578
earrings. Free brochure: STRUG- PEE E R EDIS E D A Y _ __.E

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MINOLTA SRT-100, mint cond. and mission. Ruth, 8-5 p.m., 763-3586.
warranty. 668-7977. 97D15; 03N15

GLING WOMAN, P.O. Box 2852-B,
West Palm Beach, Fla. 33407. 32F12

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Copr. '74Gen] Features Corp.
ACROSS 44 "_ a little nut
1 Desert in Africa. tree ..:.
7 Detective Philo. 45 Stephen Vincent.
12 Joins, as rope. 47 Chinese wax.
13 0. Henry and 48 Gratuity.
family. 49 Hurled.
15 With any hold or 51 River in Russia.
. approach: Phrase. 52 Take an
17 Spanish gold. irrevocable step.
18 Foils: Slang. Phrase.
19 "Man ._.. noble 55 Tragic beauty of
animal." the Middle Ages.
20 Posting gait. 56 Syracuse's
22 Fortified. neighbor.
23 Electrical device. 57 Ox-eye.
24 Principle. 58 Tones down.
26 Infusion. DOWN
27 Buddy and Max. 1 Boxed.
28 Friend in Roman 2 Pennsylvania city.
legend. 3 -_, haec, hoc.
30 Overthrow. 4 German
32 Certain theatre exclamations.
employes. 5 Gaucho's rope.
34 Exterminator's 6 Classify.
device. 7 Balloted.
36 Arithmetic 8 Bowlike objects.
symbol. 9 To the
39 Communes in degree.
modern Greece. 10 Composer
40 Sunflower state: Chaminade and
Abbr. namesakes.
42 Fiber for 11 Type of deletion.
rope-making. 12 Sir Walter.

13 One type of
spectacular.
14 Obstacles.
16 Deserved rebuke:
Slang.
21 Lured.
23 Vegetable.
25 Wrongful acts In
law.
27 Karloff.
29 Conjunction.
31 Shorten a skirt.
33 __ best of.
34 Employed again.
35 "Pretty Little
Poppy": Sp. song.
37 Previously
owned vehicle.
38 Large social
cabins on ships.
39 Trench.
41 Prominent Indian
family.
43 Singer Ross.
45 "Itsy .."
46 German: Prefix.
49 Greek letters.
50 Version of a
sacred book:
Abbr.
53 - -distant
(self-styled): Fr.
54 Dessert.

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LEVIS - DENIM
TRADITIONALS ...

LOST: Brown and tan Alpaca hat, near_--- _---
Church St. Please call Anne, 665-9372. $10.00 for 1973 U.M. Student Directory.
Reward. 80A10 $15 for 2. Call 971-3806. 38K13
--NOTICE-
South University Pinball Alley Closed
Visit New Location
ARCADE 5
Just around corner
At 618 CHURCH
OPEN 12 NOON
Minimum age 17

8.50

BUTTON FLYS .. .
BOOT JEANS ...

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Boots Jeans 8.50 &
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9.50
9.50

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SWEATSHIRTS
DOWN
COATS .... fr
ARCTIC
PARKAS ... $
FLANNEL

7.98
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40 & $50

NOON LUNCHEON
Soup and Sandwich-40c
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