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Thursday, Thnrucdry 17, 1X~74

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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

UNCONTRACTEP CLASSIFIED RATES
WOkbS 1 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
21425 1.55 3.10 4 .U0 5.70 7.00 8.10 1.05
26-30 1.80 3.60 5,00 6.60 8.10 9.40 1.20
31-15 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 10.50 1.35
36 0 X.30 4.60 6.30 8.20 10.00 11 .60 1.50
41-45 2.55 5.10 6.95 9.00 1605 12.70 1.65
46-50 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
INCHES
f 1 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
f 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 42.00 52.10 61.80 9.00
N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word.
H-yvhonated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes t~ephone numbers).
10 lines ectuals 1 inch 5 word, per line

FOR SALE

BOWES AND SCOOTERS

USED CARS

SCHWINN BICYCLE, Continental, ex- SOLEX MOTOR BIKE, 1 year old, 185 '72 BUICK SKYLARK. Good condition,
cal. cond., $90. 662-7173. EIOB20O mpg. Call eves. 665-8360. 52219 $2100. 665-5186 after 6. 78N19

K ING SIZE WATERBED, frame, pad.
liner. $25. 761-7396. 74820
SKITS. K2 Comp 200cm Nevada Marker
$115-Hart Camaros 200cm Marker $65.
Call after 9:30 p.m. 769-7766. 63B19
SUEDE WINTER COAT-MEN'S-beaiu-
tifuilly styled, warm, size 42, formerly
$120, now $65. 763-6339. 69819
NEW NIKKORMAT CAMERA. X-coon-
try skis 215 cm. sire 101z boots. 761-
9291 per.s. 27818

BUSINESS SERVICES
GUITAR, LESSONS--Jazz and classical
techniques. Modern theor~y and har-
mony. Prof. Curtis. 662-8281. 09F22
FIDDLE LESSONS, Erlewin instru-
ments. 761-6101. 76J19
PIANO INSTRUCTION, all levels. Call
David Brassfield. 663-5284. 16J22
MOVING SERVICE, 769-2645.

TIFFANY 5 cubic ft. refrigerator, dorm TYPING and EDITING, cal11 Jean, 769-'
size. Denise, 761-4673. 51B318 22.4J0i

FOR RENT.
IN NICE HO0USE near campus. Call
Mary or Jim, 71-4901. 59C18
BEST ON CAMPUS
Carpeted furnished room for one or;
2 girls. Pleasant, clean, modern bldg.
Semester lease. Avail. Feb. 1..761-1932.
C13
FALL
RESERVATIONS
be~e now beingp
accepted at our
campus locations.
-Modern, furnished
student apartments
DAH LMA NN
APARTMENTS
545 Church
761-7600
ect
FEMAL~E. modern bi-level apt., block
forom camrpus. 665-7328. OC20
LARGE ROOM close to campus, $85.'
month. Call 761-835, ask for Aaron.
6917
ONEBEZ7ROM apartment Hanzel and
Gretel Rou.st, 2 blocks from campus,
t~t/mnifth. Call ' 74-2105 days an
761-179 or 713429 nights 3101
NEED ONE person to share beautiful
2-bdrm. hoame In county at Rush
Laki. Freplace, acreage. 1 -87-3O.
3201
TOUR OVWN RoOII n hous, share kit-
chen, living rom, etc.; female only;
322 Catherine. $75 per mo. 662-4201.
467
2 $DRM. FURN. APT. t'2 blocks from
campus. For 2-4 people. 662-8394 after
5 p.mn. 2517
2 PLACES available in frat room, 19
good meals/wbk., social, lundry -$705/
term, only 40 bucks over dorm charge
-you can't beat It. 71-950, Dlan or
Larry. 06C20'
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, 2 and 3
bdrm. furished apartments near
Hospital and Arboretum. Lease thru
Aug. Call after 6, 761-623. 20025
2 $EDROOM APT on campus, available
immed. for 2 or 3 additional girls.
76-5818 or 763-645. 02C8'
-~PLANNING AHEAD?
Make your aummier and fall
reservations now
BEST ON CAMPUS
Comfortably furnished carpeted
rooms for girls. :modern, safe, clean,
pleasant building. 761-1932. CCtc
BURNS PARK, 2 rooms and half bath
in private home. Male, non-smoker.
1 'man $110 2 man $10 Kitchen priv-
ileges Feb-May, 665-8508. 9516
BARGAIN CORNER
UMOJA-
AFNICAN-AFRO AMERICAN"
SHO0PPINLG EXPERIENE
Home and peronal use products for
under 425, Sat., Jan. 19, 3411 p.m.
9outh Quad Cultural Lounge. dWl9
CAtPET SPECIAL
Thousanlds of yads in stok-Many
colors and texttures. 8.99-$5.99 yd.
None Higher.
HAMBURG WAREOUSE
1058 Hamburg Road 1=227-590
bWtQ
SAM'S
STORE,
l EVIS -- DENIMt
TRAITIONALS ...8.50
BUTTONFLYS....8.00
BOOT JEANS....... 8.50 1
JACKEIS .. 10.50
LEVI S-hCORDUROYS
Bots Jeans 8.50& 9.50
BELL BOTTOMS .. 9.50
HOODEDF
SWEATSIRTS .. 7.98

FOR RENIT
ROOM in apartment. $80. Good place
to live. 761-5198. 75C23
SINGLE LEASE for sale in 2-woman
suite in Stockwell Hall. Jan, 663-0724,
763-2774. 5722
8 MONTH
FALL WINTER LEASE
AT
UNIVERSITY TOWERS APTS.
'j S. UNIVERSITY AT FOREST
5 minutes to class
9 FURNISHED APARTMENTS
* HEATED SWIMMING POOL
9 RECREATION ROOM
* STUDY LOUNGE
*PIANO ROOM
*FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
*MOVIES' AND PARTIES
VISIT OR CALL 76]1-2680
ect
STRATFORD APTS. i now taking ap-
Splicatlons for fall and summer rent-
als: 1 bdrm. apts., $175-4188, mod. 2-
bdrms., $2754$261. Se apts. at 631 S.
Forest, No. 3 or No. 11, or call 761-
1840 or 663-2709. Very Close to cam-
pus. 710202
MODERN APARTMENTS
ectc
This Fall Rent
from a Company
Where TENANTS
Come First!
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
cC29
FALL RENTALS
EXTR#EMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS APARTMENTS
WELL *URNSHED
Sharon, our rental associate will be
glad to help you with your housing
needs.
STOP BY -- OR CALL HER
CAMPUS RENTALS
1 335 S. University
665-8825
S UBSLET
GIRL NEEDED to sublet 4-man apt.
$60/mo. Benda. 761-6927. 8119
MANE wanted to sublease in 4-man, 2-
bdrm. apt. $63.75/mo. Free Jan. rent.
'Tom H., 763-6041. 70U19i
WANTED - 2 MALE roommates, well'
furn. A/C. Call 663-8473. 41U22
ONE BEDROOM, unfurnished apart-'
n'ent, of f campus, A/C, refrigerator,
.love. $140 plus electricity. 662-760.
35U18
ROOM IN WARM houe, Feb. -April.
$67.50/m o. 662-9597. 18U20
StIBLAT MOtbERN 2-bdrm. apt. Furn-
ished. $240. On campus. 668-6912.
61U17
EAST QUAD lease for sale. $150 off
dorm price. Share large double room.
Jan. Female. Laurie, 662-8742. Be per-
s is tent. 54118'
FEMALE WANTED to sublet (ngot-
able) a double suite in Baits. Own
roomn. ontact Elaine, 763-753.
01 U208

BEAUTIFUL 55 gal. fish tank with
stand and all accessories. 761-1031.
85B19
FOR SALE-Smith Corona eite electric
portable. If Interested call 769-214
after 7 p.m. d317
MEN'S SKI BOOTS-Size 9i y Raichle
double boots. used 5 times, $65. Call
662-5373. 07B17
VAN FOR SALE (Crivfir) $375. Call
Steve 763-6523 8B106
W MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FENDER SUPER-REVERB Amp. $275,
1 yr. old. Also new Tenna 8-track
player, tapes, case, speakers. 9150.
662-4651. 64X19
GUITAR LESSONS
Claws or private instruction -. all
styles. Or studos also accomodat
banjo, flute and recorder, keyboard.
bass drums, clarinet, oboe, and sax
Call Ann Arbor Music Mart, 769-4980
cXtc
OVATION 12-STRING GUITAR. $180.
Call 769-0860. 39X20
REALISTIC -GARRARD FM Stereo.
Good condition, $90 668-6336 eves.
09X17
STEREO - PIONEER $X-747 receiver.
R-500 speakers, Garrard 0-100 cang-
er. Cost $950. now $600. 662997.
]7X20
FENDER JAGUAR GUITAR
688112
99X19
FOR SALE: 8-track home/auto tpe
player and tapes. Call Mike, 663-535.
39X 17
NEW AUTOHARP: Regular $89.95, NOW
$79.50. 79-1400. cxtc
STEEL STRING and claalgitrs.
finest quality. 40-50, off list. Clws-
cal guia, lessn- all levels, areedt-
ed by UJM. 62-1775. 65-7348 till 11:00
pm. cxtc
CRAIG 6-TRACK TAPE PLAYER. ra-
dios, voice of music stereo, head-
phones. All must go! Geat prices. in-
ventory Sell-out. Apollo Music Cen-
ter, 322 S, Main. 761-9430. cXtc
APOLLO DRUM CENTER: All makes,
new and used. 4 piece sets. Zieldiln
cymbals and accessories, 5 piece So
nor set. Snare drums by the dozen.
322 S. Main. Free Parking. Open eves.
ext
MISCELLANEOUS
AMENESTY ACTION GROUP eger to
locate families of war resisters and
veterans with less than honorable
discharges. Call days. Interfaith
Council, $63-1870 or Bartlett Beavin,
668-6881. 45M26
AYH X-C SKI TRIP to Au Sable River.
V,1,. p .I18-Sun. 1,20. Ski rental
avail. Call Barb. 663-7625 eves. 10M16
PEOPLE OR COUPLE wanted for 3 year
sailing trip around the wo'd. Lav-
ing 1975. About $8.000 per person.
Experience helpul We are natura
open people Call 761-8663 91201
REAL ESTATE
DON'T WAIT for rent control Here is
a 3 bdrrn., central air conditioned,
full basement home with all appli-
ances inc. that you can BUY for
only $2,500 down. Near North Campus
Cornell-Morris Realtors, 769-9288.
47R126
TRANSPORTATION
NEED) RIDE from downtown Saline to
campus 8-5, M-F. Grad student. 429-
9706 11017
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Used B&W portable TV. 668'-
6064. 24K20
WILL BUY! Used coic, magazines,
paperbacks, hardcovers, baseball cards.
Call 761-0112, Mon-Sat £6K201.
ROOMMATES
WOMAN ROOMMATE WANTED. Good
plice. 6624681, 7647324. 77Y20
FEMALE NEEDED to share apartment.
Own room, available immediately. On
campus. 761-0667, 68Y19
ROOM AVAILABLE in two bedroom.
apartment. Rst negotiable. Call 761-
3532 or 761-0062. 40Y20
3 PEOPLE wanted for 5-person aptin-
med. Spacious, modern, i-level, 4
blocks from. campus, many extras-
cheap-singles or doubles possible. Call
Bob or Walter at SOY-DIET, or Shari
at 668-6720. 49Y120
INDEPENDENT, serious person to share
apt. Own room. 665-5491. 08Y19
WOMAN NEEDED to share room In
three story modern apt. Call 769-1389.
12Y20

MED-DENTAL Ar~ea Male needed. Own
room in 4-bdrm. house. 065-2291, 663-
9772. 04 Y19
LOST AND FOUND

TYPING-789-2645. anytime. - cJtc
WE GUIARANTEE personal attention in
handling shitpments of your personal
effects worldwide. Contact A. F.
Buirstrnm. E. Gene 93-4033 Jc
HELP WANTED
MUSICIAN WANTED for cocktail party
Feb. 23. Call 483-8996. 71119
1CHILD CARE CENTER interviewing
applicanlts for teachers And teacher
assistants. Experience. 663-3800.
73H20
FLEXIBL.E HOURS
Houseclanine, help needed. $2'hr.
761 -1932
cH10
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NGHT CHILD
CARE at Children's Community Cen-
ter. licensed by Det, of Socil Serv-
ices at 317 N. Seventh St .Moves_
games--artsi& raft---banks. Every
weekend. 7 p.m-I a.m.. 2.-8 years.
50c hr. 125 for second and third
children). Call 663-4392 or 66-1916
evres, for reservations and to work or
volunteer as A babysitter. 78H19
NEED7 2 MAIDS part-time 20-25 hrs./
wk. Plan to work around class che-
chile. U Towers. 536 S Forest. Phone
761-2680. ask for Rich Straight.
c22
AEPI: offers FREE DINNERS for clean-
up after meals. Call 665-8018. 2H17
KITCHEN HELP neded for medaI f,a-
ternity. F ee meals. Call Al, 761-6515.
26 H18
HOUSEKEEPER 10 hrs.'wk.. $2.25r.
Work 2 days: M. W,. OR T.. 11-4 or
8-1. Hou..rs somewhat flexible. Burns
Park. 769-1672. 21H18
A G7OOD DRIVER can make good
money delverin pizza and subs for
11G. l4ep ?5' of what you deliver.
Must have own car. Apl in person
after 4 p5.. 1327 S. University. 0118
LIVINGSTON Community M en t a 1
Health Cn ter occupational t herepst
BA. or MA. with soma' experience in
mental and emotional handicaps for
A full time position. Aplicant must
be able to work creatively and In-
depeudently. Salary range $10500-
$14.500 depending on degree and ex-
perience. Send resume to Livingston
Commnity Menial Health Center.
Box 354, Howell, Mich. 48043. 77118
WAITRESS full time: Pays. Apply be-
fore noon. Apply in person. Lberty
Inn. 112 W, 1Liberty. 73H16
NEED SOMEONE who wants to make
an extra $6 for doing' no more us-
uallv lessit than 2 hrs. wk. of general
housecleaning in~ a small apt. Prefer
own transportation but will supply
if neces. Call days 769-2928, Mark,
eves, 971-2553. 63117
MASSEUSES WANTED. Apply 2151 S.
Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor, bet ween 12-8
p.m1. 35H18
ESCORTS WANTED, $3 hr. Apply 21512
S. Fouth Ave. Ann Arbor between
12-8 p.m.,34118
PART-TIME DRIVERS. Thompson's
Pizza. 211 E. Ann. 761-0001. 98422
ARBY'S of ANN ARBOR is now iiring
c'ounter help. Hours available 10:30-
2:30 lunch" help, and 5 p.m.-2 am.
night help. Also available are janitor
positions 7 a.m.-10:30 am, or later
as count r help. Apply in person 1-4
at 3021 Washtenaw. 561118
NIGHT AUDITOR. 11 p,m.-7 am., 5-6
days/wk. Ramada Inn, West, 2800
Jackson Rd . Ann Abor Mi. 769-0700.
An equal opportunity employer.
06119
NEW CARS
ANNOUNCING
PEUGEOT
UP TPO 24 MPG.
NOW AT PEUGEOT OF
ANN ARBOR
SEDANS AND WAGON S
901 N. MAIN 769-7935
cV tc
TICKETS
TRADE: Have Saturday night "Grease"
tickets. Need Sunday. 7618510. 62Q20,
WILL TRADE my main floor Joni it-
chll ticket for closer seat and cash.
761-6461. 76Q 18
WANTED TO BUY two tickets to D-
lan concert. Phone 6627319. 3Q23
BRUBECK: for sale 2 tickets for the
Dave Brubeck concert Thursday tite.
Excellent seats. Call 663-5470. Q17
WANTED- 2 Bob Dylan Concert tickets.
Will pay $40 or trade $100 worth of
leather. Call 1-399-0100, ask for Steve.
13@17

MGB-GT for sale. 665-8978. Will swap
for jeep. 42N22
'69 MUSTANG. 350 auto. All power, exc.
Cond. $1,100 or best offer. 764-9485
days. 434-4668 aft. 5. 57N17
TOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TlITL1E
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
-SPORT1S CARS -
'73 CAPRI V-6 automatic, silver-
metallic, 10,000 miles......$3695
'73 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE, 11000 rut.
AM -FM, 5-speed, factory warranty
$3695
'72 DATSUN 240L, low miles. ato-
matic. AM -FM, beautiful brown
metallic, chestnut interior . . $479
72 PEUGEOT 4-door, 4-speed, model
504, dark blue finish, 24000 miles.
Se~e today at..........$3495
'71 FIAT 124 Spider, 5-speed, AM-FM,
yellow, sharp..........$2795
'71 -PORSCHE 914, 5-speed transmis-
sion, AM-FM, bight yellow
finish ............. $495
71 TRIUMPH GT-6, vnew paint, lowv
miles. sharp .... . ...- $2695
'71 JAGUAR XKE. V-12, AT.. P.S . AM-
rM, Chrome wires. 15,000 miles. X-
sharp ......... ... ..... $7595
'70 LAND-CRUISER, 4-whe drive,
ve~y Shar..............$2995
-T0Y(.)TA
1969-1972 all models to chto~obe from:
100 per cen t warranity on egines
trammani.~siomiaand dmff, for 10001 mi les
or 30.days.
1973 DEMO'S - Real dollar values.
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
769-79351
cNt
WANTEb TO RENT
4 RESPONSIBLE adults and child look-
ing for 4 to 5 bedrm., house. Call Con-
stance, 662-4048. dL23
ROOM IN HILL-E.U. AREA. Must be
composed of friendly people who en-
joy life and living together. Le
Bohm 761-1170 Or 662-6650. dL8
WANTED--One bcdroom apt. in the
Ann Arbor are. Call Linda. 763-0847.
dLl18
FEMALE WANTS own bedraoom in apt.,
house. Jau.-April. 761-9754. Debb.
NEED' a cheap efficiency for winter
term,.('all 769-3923 or 761-5624.
ONE BEDROOM APT,. older house.
Days 1-517-783-2851: eves. 662-8594.
PERSONAL
Mixed League
Bowling
Sign up now
Union Lanes
cF7
ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH GRADS amd
FACUTY wine and (cheese party-
Sat., Jan. 19, 8 p.m.. Hilel, 1429 Hill.
Bring wine-cheese or $1.50. 72F19
TUTORS NEEDED: Serve your coi-
munit iv and gain teaching experience.
Tutors needed in all subjects ii all
grades, Call Project Community 763-
3548. Course credit given. 66F22
MOTHER of sensual two year-old needs
grown mean to balance out her love-
life. Daily Box No. 21. 43F20
Rive Gauche
Is Back
Come! Thurs.

PERSONAL
IMPROVE YOUR STYLE
U-M BARBERS and STYLISTS
MICHIGAN UNION
cF17
Michigan Union
Billiard Room
Presents Final Round
of Men's CT Women's
Straight Pool
Tournament,
Scltt.frdav, January
19th, 1 :00-5:00 p.m.
cE 19
WC)MFN
Let uts explore our lives, our values.
ourselves together. Struggling with
your personhood, womanhood? Cre -
dits, times arr. INFO. Kathy, 663-
6374. First meetina: 7-8:30 pam.. Jan.
21. 726 S. State. No. 1. 44P20
RET P my dead stereo, PLEASE! 761-
2787. eves. dF19
WANTED ALIVE! Inquisitive people
with social consciousness to play with
idea. BYO! We hope to put. together
a small group of people with varied
backgrounds to meet regularly over
potluck dinners. Our broad interests
include: the human condition, poli-
tics and social change, as well as the
imliclations of science and technol-
ogy from social, humanistic, and sci-
entific viewpoints. We, want this
group to be heavier than light, but
lighter than heavy. Have dinner with
uxs so we can talk. Call Linda 662-6762
or Steve 662-6286 nights persistently.
Prefer grads/faculty). 36F18

PERSONAL
PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted meer-
schaum pipes. Exceptional valuea, and
the most personalized of service. Free
Catalog. PMP Co., P.0. Box 444.
Gaithersburg, Md., 20760. 66Ftc
PEOPLt'S PRODUCE CO-OP
-A REAL ALTERNATIVE--
769-3995 5-8 p.m. DAILY
IF YOU don't see Bruce Lee (world's
No. 1 box office star) in FISTS OF
FUMY at Hutchins Hall 100 (Lain
Quad) Friday. Jan. 18, at 7, 9, or 11,
you'll be given a karate chop across
the neck. Only 75c. 25F28
Red Zinger
* PINBALL *
Laundromat

ALL NEW MACHINES
740 PACKARD
cF1OO
INSTRUMENT PILOT
Ground School-lO weeks beginning
Thurs., Jan. 24, 6 p.m., 3046 E. Engtn.
$35.00 inclds. text. Sponsored by U-MI
Fliers.54F122
ART WORLDS
STILL ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS
FOR WINTER PROGRAM
50 FASCINATING CLASSES
MON. -THURS.-1:30-9 p.m.
FRI.-SUN.-1:30-6 p.m.
FINE ARTS & CRAFTS, DANCE,
PHYSICAL & MENTAL -DISCIPLINES.
PHOTOGRAPHY. THEATRE ARTS.
MUSIC & WRITING. Schedules avail-
able. Call for information:
2131/2 S. MAIN
(between Liberty & Washington)
668-6244 668-6222

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
Actvertisenientl- m1iay be ,rem~oved
from publication, but will be billed
according to original number of
dlays ordered. This policy is appli-
cable as well to ads requiring pre-
paymnent, i.e ..litorehftids. ADbSUE.
MISSIONS, ('ANCELLATIONS AN~D
CORRECTIONS MUST BE MADE
SY 12X60 NOON OF Tit DaYi3
PRIOR TO THE DAY THEY APPEAt
rN THE PAPER
"Hell Wanred" ads canunot discrimi-
nate ont the basis of sex, dolor.
creed. om national origin to aflt
extent tie.. "pr'ferably" is still
discriminatory).
"'Found" ads are run free-of-chargo
fo a maximutm of 3 lines for 3 days.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be disclosed
p r 1 o- to ptublication. Advertisers
names may NEVJER bie revealed.
Number of lines In advertisement I.s
retermuined by total number of
words-5 words,'line.
A WORD:
Hyphenated words under 5 Oharae--
ters Hyphenated words over 5 ,char-
acters, ite , phone numnbem--2 words
PERSONAL
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needd tQ
speak English 1 hr.wk. with EnitIb
Lang. Institute "students-Jan. Afid
April. Call E L.I.. 764-2415 betwoei
8-12 or 1-5. 93i.1
A SLEE~PY TIME pause-Sornething to
sit back and bridge and gapo with,
as the world rumbles on and on. All
three of the best natural food Stores
in town have it. Lots of good tWl1ga
at Soybean Cellars, Eden Natti.M
Foods, and Applerose, cF28
EXPRESS VE MOVEMENVT/CREATIVE
DANCE WORKSHOP. F'ri. ev.ti.
Jan. >5-26. No experience necessary.
Phone Margaret or Bob Blood, 769-
0046. 41F20
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepa'e for the upcomning M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T.. and L.S.A.T.. Board Exams$.
Call (313) 354-0085. 6Ftc
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE - No* in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
wilt end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
Cket
ABORTION ALTERNATIVES
offered by
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
24 hrs. Phone 769-7283
Office-Basement, 400 S. Division
cor. William. Mon.-Thutrs.
1:00-4:30 p.nm. Thurs. 6-9 p.m.
Free Pregnancy Testiri-
- OFte

1st INTRODUCTORY LECTURE-
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION,

taught by Maharichi Mahesh. Yogi. ;CF19
Thurs.. ,Jan. 17. 8 p).m., Aud. C, An-
gell Hall, c~rll7 INTRO-ACT Personal Growth Groups;
weekly sessions and weekend groups.
IF YOUR THERMOS knows how to Call Ricnard Kempter 662-4826, or
keepit hot, let it warm up some Sun- Michael Andes 662-2801. 63F17

i-e Orange Spice, and turn those
imld-muornings and afternoon breaks
ireo something worth breaking 4for.
Eden Natural Food Store carries it, so
does Applerose. cF2O
VENF7 AU CERCLE
FRANCAIS:
JOIN THE FRENCH CLUB?
INFORMATION: TEL.
662-2050 AFTER 6 P.M.
48F25

PIZZA BOB'S PIZZA TRUCK'S
PIZZA SCHEDULE
8:30-Angell Hall
9 :00-UGLI
R :45---B ursl ey
1 0 :00-Markley
10 f)5-Alice Lloyd
10:30-West Quad

FINALLIY, a real ALTERNATIVE:
weekly MICHIGAN FREE PRESS. f0a-
turing comprehensive regional calen-
dar of mutsic. films, theatre, events;
r Jac~k Ander'son, Ralph Nader; news,
reviews, cartoons. Produced by non-
profit New Morning media coopera-
tive in) Ann Ai'bor'. New issues go oil
sale Wednesdays, 20c cheap for at
people"s paper. Info: 761-7981. 55F'27
WANTED: deaf person living near catrn-
pt'.s to rent roomn part-time to musi-
cian. 663-1248. 64F17
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. NIBL Press, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
"THE GREAT AMERICAN 'TRAGEDY"'
RALLY. Sun., Jan. 20, at 2:00 in
Kennedy Square. downtown Detroit,
to mark and protest the first anni-
versary of the Supreme Court decision
allowing abomrtion on demand. A bus
is leaving St. Thomas on Elizabeth
St. at 12:30 (in Ann Arbor), and two
are leaving St. John's on Cross St. in
Ypsi. at 12:30. We must unite to sup-
port life! 56F117
JAZZ PIANO accompanist needed two
or three eves,/wk. 763-1826, Chris.
dF17
Are you a beginning pool
player? Do you enjoy playing
but would like to play better?
Would you like to play
reguarly with other begin-
ninq pavers? Would you like
instruction?
Join the newly forming
cced instructional league at
the Michigan Union-Billiard
Room. Ma--s meeting
Thur-day, Jan. 1 7, 7.:00 p rr.
cF 17
WFVDOIN(1 INVITA"TIONS--Mod. or tra-
dit ionmal sityle. Call 761 -0942 airtittle.
-P5te

11:00-East Quad
11 :'5-Albert Terrace
I1I J--B3ursley
1:55-Masher Jordan
3 2: 10-Markley
12:30-Alice Lloyd
86F22
EUROPE - Woman travelling compan-
ion wanted to hitch-hike. Call Linda,
668-7289. IIFlO
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
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TYPING -769-2645, anytime.

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BRIGHT N' CLEAN LAUNDROMAT t
*x* PINBALL ARCADE **
740 PACKARD
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY -- Profes-
sional Custom Work. Very reason-
able. Cal: Modern Photography, 8-6
p.. 761-0272. e~tc
DATING SERVICE, $15
Great people. Saturday Night Insurane
663-1392
74F1)
MICHIGAN LOTTERY tickets on sale
at the Village Apothecary. 1112 So.
University. cFtc

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS~ PUZZUE
5 A S E SMG SR
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CROSSWORD, PUZZLE.
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Jan. 1

7,

8 p.m.

Coffee Hour
anmd
Mon., Jan. 21
Spanish
Night
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ALTERATIONS
SOPHIE
After retumnin- froum a tour of a
pickle factory. Sophie wzas delug~ed
with complaints that she left too
many pickle slicer's Iturnedi on. These
comuplaintIs . . . dPl7

UPTIGHT? Relax in whirlpocl.
mnassages imuscles. Exclusive,
dential. lumepensive. 971-687.

Angela
confi-
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Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Hasve your own peisonaal de-
,sign i'nade by Jhan. 769-7550. eto
1166 IBroadway
(north of Broadway bridqe)
769-9247
RANCHER JACKET
FLEECE LINED $8.95
NYLON FLIGHT
JACKET 16.98
STATE POLICE WOOL
OVERCOAT 12.98
IMITATION LEATHE~R
BOMBR J ACKET 331

ACROSS
1 Jockey of a sort.
5Approval: Abbr.
9 Sharply inclined,
14 Buffalo's water-
front.
15 A place to rest.
16 Shout to the
hounds, in
bunting
17 tntrance.
18 Gratis.
19 Reddish brown.
20 Over.
21 Chippendale
chalir.
23 Sounid reasoning.
25 Formal social
dlarces.
26 Distorted.
28 Blook or test.
32 Become shabby:
Colloq: Phrase.
35 Gained illegally.
37 Perfornm.
38 Letter carrier.
39 Rio or rancho.
40 Youthful es-
c apades.
41 Aired an aria.
42 C:ooking pan.
+44 Be of use.
fl 13 - T4

45 Fragment.
49 Certain Tomnies.
54 Olympian lady.
55 Renowned
sculptor.
56 Butter sustsitute.
57r Top performers.
58 Identical.
59 Pianist Peter.
60 Races.
61 Metric measure.
62t Printing
direction.
63 Salver.
DOWN
1 Painter of
dancers.
2 Angry.
3 Squelch.
4 Continues.
5 N.Y state univ.
6 An Indian of the
Antilles.
7 Spotted, as a
pony.
8 High-pitched
tone.
9 Ignores.
1(1 Burial place.
11 Island off
Tuscany.

12 Power of a sort:
Abbr.
13 Recreation
ground.
22 Veteran sailor.
24 Quieted.
27 Honored.
28 Decorator's aid.
29 --mater.
30 Armchair.
31 River into the
Danube.
32, Comedian's forte.
33 Gumbo : Var.
34 Particle in a
c0omparison.
36 Neap and ebb,
38 Fifty-first psalm
in the Vulgate.
4o) Ripple.
43 _.__. Hound, the
Dog Star.
44 Sounder.
46 Appear again.
4,.7 Ring.
418 Part of Paris.
49) Enit of weight.

67

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514 An assumed
51 Work on ce
52 Winged god
53 Coal dust.
9 10101 1
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copy.
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and Joni Miteell. 663-
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