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Pago, Six

I HtMICZHIUAN LDAILY

Friday, April 6, 1973

I 1QUS get the job done
FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday

'WOMENS
COMMUNITY
'8YMPOSIUM
SCHEDULE

(Cpntinued from Page 5)
HELP WANTED
COM-SHARE needs sytems program-
mers.
COM-SHARE INC. needs several excel-
lent people interested in designing
and implementing the following:
Compilers, operating systems, com-
munications systems, Data Manage-
ment/IR Systems.
COM-SHARE will provide you with an
excellent technical environment
where you can make a maximum
contribution. There are no artificial
barriers in our company. If you are
good-YOU get the responsibility. If
you have Assembly Language experi-
ence, Math/CCS 573 or equivalent ex-
perience, and are interested in a full
time job with a dynamic, profitable.
time sharing company, then send
your resume and transcripts to: Don
Redding, Director, Systems Program-
ming Dept., COM-SHARE INC., P.O.
BOX 1588, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
ROOMMATES WANTED
ROOMMATES WANTED
SPACIOUS BI-LEVEL
SPRING/SUMMER
A/C, Dishwasher - 763-6149
29Y151

MISCELLANEOUS ,
FORGOTTEN WORKS. Fabulous finds
in functional fantastic, fun clothing.
Weekends 10-6. 410 N. 4th Ave.
41M148
THE COMET "BIRDLAND" has just
been sighted over Enid, Okla. and is
expected to enter the atmosphere ov-
er Ann Arbor on Apr. .6 at 7 p.m. I
60M147
SOVIET UNION: driving this summer
in small groups. 41 or 8 weeks. Leis-
urelydpace, not3a guided tour. Call1
Brenda at 665-5394. 96M147
WANTED TO BUY
OLD CANE or Rush Chairs needing re-l
pair. 761-3525. Dick. 68K147
SCIENCE FICTION, comic books, base-
ball cards ... CURIOUS USED BOOK
SHOP, TOO! 340 S. State (upstairs)
761-0112 (1-6 p.m.) cKtc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA CL350. 1968, with helmets, cov-
er. $325. 769-0594. 62Z149
1970 HONDA CL350, lock, helmets, neg.
663-8462. 712149;

PERSONAL
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating,
COPY QUICK
1217 S. Umversity 769-0560
ARTISTS, if your work represents
journeys into other states of aware-
ness, either on the conceptual or ex-
periential levels, please contact mel
immediately, Steve, 665-0341. Call per-
sistently. 36F151?
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS.aAward-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands, {
stone setting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
"dio 484-0854 or 434-0055.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

The last DANCE PARTY of this term,
with RADIO KING and his COURT of
RHYTHM. $1 admission includes ALL
THE tBEER YOU CAN DRINK. Guzzle
and Boogie at COUZENS HALL on,
FRIDAY, April 6th, at 8:30. 99F147
LEAVING ? ?
Are you fed up with life in the U.S.?
Looking for a better life abroad-or
just far away? Maybe you know
someone who is. We're producing
TV show on the subject and would
like to talk with you. Please call
Dick H. at 764-0178. Persistently.
dF149

BOOZER, Grease loves YOU.

dFl47

WHY BUY MASS produced WEDDING ATTRACTIVE, intelligent. lively Jew
RINGS? Have your personal design cre- ish (?) woman grad student wishes
ated by JHAN, 769-7550. cFtc to meet mature, cosmopolitan, fun
loving, attractive (preferably Med.

1966 HONDA 305, immaculate, $375
GIRL WANTS studious grad male for firm. 769-8266 after 7 and weekends.
roommate. May-Aug. Fall option. 22Z149a
Tired of "BS" girl roommates. 769-
1277 after 5 p.m. 47Y152 MERCIER. Model 300, 10 speeds, new,
- $240.00 or offer. 764-6707. 07Z149

at MARTY'S, . .
"Wall-of-Sfax"
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
cFtc1
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollment for Kaplai Tutoring
courses now being accepted for the
upcoming LSAT, MCAT, DAT exams.
For info-mation and enrollment call
313-354-0085. cFtc
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Modern theory and harmony.!
Prof. Curtis. 662-8281. 70F130
THIS
Summer
Study/Trove I
EUROPE

Dent, or Psych oriented) renaissance'
man; 25-plus. Object: Kibitzing. Call
Alexis, 763-0772. 00F149
RUSSIA-SCANDINAVIA. 5 weeks. $387;
inclusive. London departures. Small,.
International group camping travel.'
Ages 18-30. Also Europe, Africa, India:
3-11 weeks. Write: Whole Earth Tra-
vel, Ltd., Box 1497, K.C., Mo. 64141.
00F158
GRADUATI NG ?
Make your job search more pro-
ductive. Trained consultant will
write your resume. 50 one-page
copies for $20.00.
BEST RESUME SERVICE
PHONE: 1-356-2332
(mail orders invited) .
17220 W. 8 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48075

PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA con-
ducted by Ta'ao Alcantara, presents
concert Sunday, Apr. 8, 8 p.m., Hill
Aud.' Stravinsky Symphony in 3
movements, Berlioz Benvenuto Cellini
Rimsky Korsakov, Capriccio Espanol,
FREE. 57F148
INTRO-ACT-Weekly & marathon per-
sonal growth groups toward aware-
ness of feelings-sex roles-interper-
sonal issues. Call Richard, 662-4826.
89F159
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume selling
and marginal profits assure you that
your diamond will be an investment
at Austin Diamond, 1209 S, Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtU
VARIETY is the spice of life. That's
why we have so many famous brand
cosmetic lines to choose from. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
Ise'ona
SPECIALIZING IN:
-POTTERY
-Handcrafted JEWELRY
-PAINTINGS & PRINTS
-AFRICAN & INDIAN
CLOTHING
-WOODCARVINGS
Mon.-Sot.12-7
300 Detroit St.

WORKSHOP 1: 10 A.M.-12 NOON
1. Center for Continuing Education for Women,
University ofMichigan. "Future Think-
Choices for Women"
2. Three workshops on modern dance after
panel on "Psychology of Modern Dance"
Rise Friedman--"Sensitivity and Body
Awareness"
"African Dance"
Greg Miller and Debbie Ross, "Movement"
3. Women's Crisis Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
"Women and Rape"
4. Marsha Federbush, author, Let Them Aspire;
study of sex discrimination in public schools
books, films, policies.
5. Rainbow Sisters, Rainbow People's Party,
Ann Arbor. Women in a Politicized
Commune-Role and Participation
Lunch
WORKSHOP 11: 1 P.M.-3 P.M.
1. Kate Emerson of National Welfare Rights
Organization, Michigan. "The National
Welfare Rights Movement: Day Care
and OEO"
2. Kay Weiss and Belita Cowan (Ms. Weiss is
responsible for informing Ralph Nader about
dangers of the morning-after pill DES),
"Advocates for Medical Information:
Women and Their Bodies"
3. Pam Flowers at Trotter House,
"Black Women"
4. Jackie Adler, President of the University Tae
Kwon Do Club (1st degree Brown Belt),
"Women and the Art of Karate"

WORKSHOP 111: 3 P.M.-5 P.M.
1. Professor Nan Pendrell, Department of
Anthropology, viisting professor from New
York, "Women and Prisons"
2. Chicana and Latin American Women of Ann
Arbor and Detroit and MECHA.
"Latinas: Women of Latin America"
3. Young people of Youth Liberation of Ann
Arbor (they publish a magazine, FPS, which
has a wide subscription all over the U.S.,
England and Australia, and are a group of
high school people struggling for full civil
and human rights). "Youth Liberation:
Young People Are People Too"
4. Gay Awareness Women's Kollective:
Human Liberation"
Dinner
WORKSHOP IV: 7 P.M.-9 P.M.:
St. Andrew's Church
1. Professor Gary Bron. Department of
Psychology, University of Michigan, plus
members of FOCUS of the Psychology
Department will conduct a discussion of
the "Psychology of Men and Women:
Communication-Understanding"
2. Everyone will then break up into small
discussion groups.
CONCLUSION:
9 p.m. Closing remarks. comments and over-all
reactions to the day's activities
10 p.m. A special dance for everyone.

,(

Sponsored by: Students for Educational Innovation
Student Government of LS&A
Dean Wilbur Cohen, School of Education
Daycare-11-5-6 yrs. & younger-at Newman Center

OWN ROOM in luxurious. A C, .3-man.
Near campus, hospitals. May-Aug.
Kathy, 761-7233 .evenings. 88Y147
CAMPUS and HOSPITAL AREA: Need
male roommates. $69.00 per month.
721 E. Kingsley. Call 663-9373. cYtc
HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
ACTIVE WOMAN seeks roommate(s
for fall. Own room. 665-4953. 00Y153
TRY something"different. Elec. engi-
neering student seeks female with
similar interests for roommate in
fall. Call 769-1245, ask for Fred.
dYl47
NEED 2 GIRLS to occupy bdrm. in 3
bdrm., 2 story HOUSE; nice nghd.
near S. State, parking, washer-dryer,
fireplace, MAY-MAY lease. Call Bill,
662-8241 evenings. 48Y147
OWN BEDROOM in house. May-May
lease, perfect location, roommates,
and rent Preferably woman to bal-
ance the sexes. Call Gigi, 761-5785 or
Ricky, 763-6590. 51Y148
FEMALE-Own room, modern 2-man
apartment for fall. 763-3997. 61Y146
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: English 3-speed bike. Call
Mindy, 764-3861. Price neg. 63B149
'64 VW, excellent cond. For info call
Don, 769-4318. 53B149
GIBBS 8-track Tape Deck with speak-
ers. $50. More info call 769-2547.
2,4B148
FOR SALE: One-way youth fare ticket
on Air France from Chicago to Paris,
good until May 4, 1973. $100 or best
offer. Also, $100 worth of credit at
Students International Charters, good
through this summer. Call Tom, 769-
5814. dB149
'71 HONDA 350CB. Excellent condition.
Best offer. 764-1700. ' 76B147
FOR SALE: Camptrals Back Pack and
Rack Women's Buco Motorcycle Hel-
met. Between 5-6. 663-7924. 40B147
NOSTALGIA BUFFS, taped radio shows
30's through 60's; Sherlock Holmes,
Inner Sanctum, The Shadow, Lone
Ranger, Comedy Many, Many More,
Original shows. 25c for catalog. MJK
Enterprises, Department M, Box 5127,
Dearborn, Mich. 48128. 83B149
COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, base-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
USED BOOK SHOP, TOO! 340 S.
State (upstairs) 761-0112 (open 1-6
p.m.) cBtc
WATERBEDS. Buy directly from manu-
facturer and save. Aquarest Inc. 33
Staebler Rd., A.A. Mich. 7694491.
cBtc
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: frlendly riped grey cat. Found
near Mr. Flood's. Call 764-8868 be-
tween 4 and 5. dA46
FOUND: red mitten on Baldwin St.,
March 24. Call Nancy, 761-7435. dA146
LOST: Blue Spiral Notebook contain-
ing Organic Chem. notes. Reward.
Call Ben Ramirez, 761-8706, 49A148
FOUND: vicinity of Cambridge and
Olivia, light tan dog, 5-6 mo. old'
part Golden Retriever. 763-3220, ask
for Lisa. dA148
PLEASE HELP! Soneone picked up by
mistake my University of Illinois
black loose-leaf notebook, including
my lecture notes for Art of Ancient
Iran, Art of Asia, Chemistry and La-
tin. Also Sweet's Structural Approach
to Latin textbook. If found please call
Carol F. Jones, 662-6472.' 94A147
FOUND: Circular glasses lens outside
Nickels Arcade post office. Call 761-
7839. dA48
LOST: one blue knapsack containing
books and notes for classes from en-
tire semester. Desperate! Reward. Call
761-1442, 02A149
FOUND: ire-rim glasses around Madi-
son and Division. Sun., April 1 Cal'
Liz, 761-8291. dAl47l

p.

1972 HODAKA FACTORY MX RACER,
$400. 1972 KAWASAKI 350 S2, $750.
665-5525
dZ48
BUSINESS SERVICES
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
Stanley Kaplan Tutoring Courses.
MCAT
May and Oct. exam
LSAT
July exam
DAT
May exam
For information and enrollment, call
354-0085
92J160
MOVING? Experienced movers of fur-
niture and appliances. Low rates.
663-3882. cJtc
ROOM AND BOARD
FEMALE GRADUATE student would
like room and board with friendly
family. Will share household respon-
sibilities. References. Call 662-5338,
5-6 p.m 93E15
PER$ONAL
ALTERNATIVES TO ABORTION --
PROBLEM PREGNANCY, HELP 769-
7283. 400 S. Division. cFtc
EXHIBIT AND SALE
Printings and Batiks - India
All at wholesale prices. Also hand-
embroidered woolen dresses, hand-
printed cotton tops and quilted jack-
ets, tie and dye cotton and printed
Japanese Nylon Fabrics.
April 6, 1973, 10-10 at Bell Tower Hotel
300 S. Thayer, Ann Arbor
Copp. Hill Aud.
VIPEN GEMS & HANDICRAFTS
68F147
PASSPORT, APPLICATION *PICS, fas-
ter and cheaper. Come to the Daily
Monday night between 7 and 8; ask
for David Margolick, dF49
Union Billiards and Bowling
Open till 1 Ia.m, tonight.
cF148
COUPLES: avoid the problems of find-
ing responsive, liberated friends with
SWING-MATCH, Write: Kristin. 213
Mosley, Ann Arbor, for details. 96F149
BETSEY BECKERMAN, singer of con-
temporary and country songs, will
appear tonight from 8-12 at Rive
Gauche, 1024 Hill. Only 50c. cF47
WANT TO KNOW what life is like at a
Zionist Co-op? Listen to 5 inmates
rap on the good, bad, and hillarious
aspects of their experience. This Sat-
urday, 4.7, at the Bet Cafe (936
Dewey) at 8 p.m. 761-3161. 65F148
Sign up for SUMMER LEAGUES
Michigan Union Bowling Lanes
Open 11 a.m., Mon-Sat.
cF148
ARE YOU A DRUNK, debaucherer, de-
generate, or demonstrably insane?
The DAILY SPORTS STAFF is look-
ing for a few good people. Drop in
anytime at 420 Maynard and ask for
"The Lair of the Libels." Remember:
no class today . . . no ruling class
tomorrow! dF48
A JEWISH LIVING ALTERNATIVE:
Kosher and Co-ed. For information,
call: AEPi, 662-9538. 14F151
KEEP YOUR OPTIONS OPEN: If you're
looking for a place to live, but have-
n't found paradise yet, consider co-
ops. We may have the Xanadu, Val-
halla, or Bag-End that you've been
looking for. Application obligates you
to nothing and puts you in the run-
ning for a spot. More info at ICC of-
fice, room 3-N, Mihigan Union, 662-
4414. 87F147
MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE
Underwriters still has the best rates
in town. Call us. 761-4616. cFa
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc

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STUDENTS ABROAD
A Private Educational Organization
204 Michigan Theatre Bldg.
662-6666
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW
cFtc
HISTORY UNDERGRAD ASSOCIATION
presents "CYCLICAL APATHY IN
AMERICA" in the faculty lounge of
the Michigan Union. Thursday, April
5. 7:30 p.m. 10F146
SEE YOUR OWN CERVIX Yes! The
L.A. Women's Self-Help Clinic will
lecture demonstrate self-examination
and menstrual extraction. Fri. nite,
7:00 p.m. St. Andrew's Church.
71F147
EUROPE
Study/TravelI
Programs
Contact
STUDENTS ABROAD
Private Educational Organization
204 Michigan Theatre Bldg.
662-6666
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW
cF145
Try our CHARLEY SPECIAL. Going
meatless week, April 1-7, Tuna and
Cheese Pizza, 14 in. Medium only
$2.25. MR. PIZZA, 769-8030. cF148
ENROLL NOW FOR ART WORLDS
CLASSES: T-ai Chi, Hatha Yoga,
E.S.P., Tarot, Astrology creative writ
ing improvisational acting art mat
ting, and mounting class, framing
class figure drawing and painting'
stained glass art, primitive weaving,
batik and tie dyeing, clay mold mak-
ing making Ukranian Easter eggs
belly dance, balinese dance modern
dance basic photography, nature pho-
tography photo silkscreening, studi
fig. photog. Enroll at 2131 S. Main,
668-6244 (1:00-9:00 p.m.) 97F147
ANTICIPATE EUROPE
Planning to get there isn't enough.
You need to pick places to visit, and
determine the best ways to get
around. You ought to know about
student discounts. You might even
want to protect yourself against rip-
offs or accidents. Let VIA help with.
FLIGHTS
To Europe from $220
A. group
B. individual ABC's
C. scheduled (Icelandic)
Intra-European flights
SERVICES
A. purchase, lease, or rental of cars
and cycles
B. Britrail and Eurail passes
C. Student I.D. card (good for dis-
counts)
D. insurance-medical, air, baggage
E. guidebooks to cities, countries,
customs
AND ALL BEFORE YOU BOARD AN
EASTBOUND PLANE
call or write:
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
2nd floor, Union-763-1107

Put your body.
here your mind is

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LOST: at Markley: Gold cameo ring, WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra,
engraved man's head, reward! Please ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
call Pat, 769-6856. 20A147 cFtc

or
VACATIONERS INTERNATIONAL
AGENCY
621 Church--761-7966
cF

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American's Waayfarer summer tours to take you away
from it all.

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WEST BANK BEEF AND BARREL PRESENTS A
Sunday Brunch
A BOUNTIFUL BOARD OF EXCITING DISHES

If you're looking forward to going away this summer,
but don't have much money, we've got summer
tours you'll be interested' in and a brochure that tells
you all about them.
You can backpack in Arizona hike or camp in Hawaii:
see the sights of New York. San Francisco. Los Angeles;
Washington, D.C. and Honolulu; and body surf
in San Juan or Acapulco. Some tours are three days,
and some are a week.
Tour nrices include roominn entertainment and some

meals.Or there are special rates for hotels only. if you've
got our Waayfarer club card, you'll be able to save money
on the air fare and many other attractions. (Card valid
till your 22nd birthday) And if you go to Los Angeles or
San Francisco and want to stay at one of our three
youth hostels, it'll be only $5 a night. And wherever you re
going well fly your bike out for a small charge.
For more information write for a copy of the
Waayfarer Experiences* the Waayfarer Center American
Airlines, 633 3rd Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10017.
We can't give you the money to go someolacebut
we can give you someolace to ao on the money you have.

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