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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 7, 1973

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

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SPECIALIZING IN:
-POTTERY
-Handcrafted JEWELRY
-PAINTINGS & PRINTS
-AFRICAN & INDIAN
CLOTHING
-WOODCARVINGS

GUITAR LESSONS
Cars or private instruction-all styl's. Our studios
also accommodate banjo, flute, piano, drums and
Moog. Call:
Ann Arbor Music Mart
9:30-9:00 MON.-SAT.

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USED CARS

'63 MG-1100 Sedan. Good basic
portation. Brand new brakes.
wheel drive. $300. 769-8536.

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front-
57N152

69 NOVA, 45.000 miles, $650, must sell.
764-3620. 70N150
TOYOTA
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$

MISCELLANEOUS
FORGOTTEN WORKS. Fabulous finds
in functional fantastic, fun clothing.1
Weekends 10-6. 410 N. 4th Ave.
41M148
ROOMMATES WANTED
OWN ROOM May-Aug. Woman needed
to fill 2 bedroom 3-man modern, a c
apt. Parking, laundry facilities, near
women's pool-3 min. from campus.
$601mo. 665-9893. 97Y150
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for twoj
bedroom Riverhouse apt. (Island Dr.
area) 15 min. from campus. Avail.

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HELP WANTED
HORSEBACK RIDING instructor need-
ed for Northern Michigan summer
camp. Call 662-2759. 22H149
BACHELOR needs a part-time house-
keeper 3-4 days a week. Monday-
Fridav from 3 to 7 pm. Some flex i-
bility in hours, Must be good cook;
have own transportation and be here
throughout the summer. References
exchanged. Call Phil Spear at 769-
5750 or eves. 769-9380. 88H153

BRING YOUR TITLE May or June. Call Barb,764-7124 or
TOYOTAS 663-7625. 95Y153
1972 DEMOS. Many models to chooseN
from. Save, Save. Full Factory War- NEED TWO neal. quiet female grads.
ranty. Share apt. for fall. Own room. $70/
1971-72 TOYOTAS. Many used models person. Call Betty, 761-9184. 90Y151
in stock-Fine Selection.
SPORTS and IMPORTS OWN ROOM in spacious modern apart-
1971 SPITFIRE. First class condition, ment May-August. Rent negotiable.
Save. 769-4057. dYl50
1972 FIAT 124 SPYDER, burgandy ex-
terior, tan interior, AM/FM radio. ROOMMATES WANTED
Just like new................$3195 SPACIOUS BI-LEVEL
1970 TRIUMPH TR6 Rdstr.. bright SPRING SUMMER
red.... K .... IA.. . ....$2495 A C, Dishwasher - 763-6149
1970 KARMAN GHIA Coupe ....... $1595 29Y151
1969 FIAT 124 Spt. Coupe,
new tires .....................SAVE GIRL WANTS studious grad male for
1969 MOB Rdstr., wire wheels, roommate. May-Aug. Fall option.
Michelins ..................... $1995 Tired of "BS" girl roommates. 769-
DOMESTICS 1277 after 5 p.m. 47Y152
1971 VEGA 2 dr. coupe, bright
yellow........................SAVE CAMPUS and HOSPITAL AREA: Need
1971 CHEVY El Camino. only 16,000 male roommates, $69.00 per month.
miles. Gem - top just like new, see 721 E. Kingsley. Call 663-9373. cYte
today. HURON VALLEY REAL ESTATE
1967 BUICK RIVERA, full power, fine - - - -
condition. Save. ACTIVE WOMAN seeks roommates)
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS for fall. Own room. 665-4953. 00Y153
1968 TOYOTA CORONA 4 dr., auto-
matic, air, radio ................ $795 TRY something different, Elec. engi-
TRUCKS neering student seeks female with
1972 FORD F-100 2-ton pickup, V-8, similar interests for roommate in
custom cab wheels, chrome bumpers, fall. Call 769-1245, ask for Fred.
Reese hitch, Tonneau cover, factory dY147
warranty, only 800 miles....... $2895
1971 LAND CRUISER bard top snow ; OWN BEDROOM in hu
plow,~~hus hubs raivrysap

YOUTH DIRECTOR WANTED in Holly,
Michigan. Opportunity to organize
and direct progressive program of
youth involvement. A modest, but
fair salary and chance to enjoy cout-
t ry living in miles of rolling hills
and lakes. Write qualifications and
mail to: Holly Youth Support, Inc.
c o Ron Foon, 1123 N. Saginaw St.,
Holly, Michigan 48442. 44H148
COM-SHARE needs ssytems program-
rners.
COM-SHARE INC. needs several excel-
lent people interested in designing
and implementing the following:
Compilers, operating systems, com-
municat ions systems, Dat a 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.
WANTED: part- and full-time jewelry
counselors and sales representatives.
Must have out-going personality. Ph.
665-3460 persistently. Anytime. 16H150
FOR CLEANING ROOMS at least 2 hrs.
t per day. Campus area near hospitals.
Call 662-2763 from 6-9 p m. 20H151
BUSINESS SERVICES
SPRING AND SUMMER dressmaking.
Custom tailoring, designing, and al-
terat ion from Marque Designers. Call
663-7358. 92J157
SPRING AND SUMMER, dressmaking,
custom tailoring, designing and al-
teration. FromN MARQUE DESIGN-
ERS. Call 663-7358. 23J157
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now beine accepted for
Stanley Kaplan Tutoring Courses.
MCAT
May and Oct. exam
LSAT
July xami
DAT
May exa i
For information and enrallmeni, call
354-0085
92J160
MOVING? Experienced movers of fur-
niture and appliances. Low rates.
663-3882. ,Jtc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS

PHOTO SUPPLIES
PRACTIKA-T.L. S.L.R. with thru lens
meter. 1 yr. old, hardly used ($130
new) $70 or best offer.
KODAK CAROSELL SLIDE PROJ. -
Hardly used (worth $150), $70 or best
offer. Home A/C unit, $25. Bill, 665-
6734. 75D150
FOR SALE: Ricoh 401 TLS 35mm, de-
luxe case. Excel. cond. 761-0667.
69D148
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Autos; imports and small'
American cars, '66 up. Mars Auto
Sales. 2665 Washtenaw, 434-4666.
10OK52
SCIENCE FICTION, comic books, base-
ball cards. . . CURIOUS USED BOOK
SHOP, TOO! 340 S. State (upstairs)
761-0112 (1-6 p.m.) cKtc
PERSONAL
EUROPE
Study/Travel
Programs
SUMMER '73
Contact
STUDENTS ABROAD
A Private Educational Organization
204 Michigan Theatre Bldg.
662-6666
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW
cFtc
ALTERNATIVES TO ABORTION -
PROBLEM PREGNANCY, HELP 769-
7283. 400 S. Division. cFtc
PASSPORT, APPLICATION PICS, fas-
ter and cheaper. Come to the Daily
Monday night between 7 and 8; ask
for David Margolick. dF149
Union Billiards and Bowling
Open till 1 a.m. tonight.
cF148
COUPLES: avoid the problems of find-
ing responsive, liberated friends with
SWING-MATCH. Write: Kristin, 213
.\osley, Ann Arbor, for details. 96F149
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. 65FI48
Sign up for SUMMER LEAGUES
Michigan Union Bowling Lanes
Open 11 a.m., Mon.-Sat.
cF148

PERSONAL
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 79-050
ARTISTS, if your work represents
journeys into other states of aware-
ness, either on the conceptual or ex-
periential levels, please contact me
immediately, Steve, 665-0341. Call per-
sistently. 36F151
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone setting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio 484-0854 or 434-0055.
WHY BUY MASS produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your personal design cre-
ated by JHAN, 769-7550. cFtc
at MARTY'S ..
"Wall-of-Sfax"
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
cFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollment for Kaplan 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
WOULD YOU BELIEVE...
Mt. Hood is skied year 'round
Arapahoe is the highest ski area in
U.S. or Canada . . . Banff has over
400" of snow a year . . . Whistler's
Mt is over nine times higher than
Boyne . . . Come ski these areas for
10 days, May 1-13 for $198 (meals,
travel, lodging). MASS MEETING
Tues., Apr. 10, 8:30 p.m., 624 Church,
3rd floor. Call Josie, 761-5352. Brad,
449-2668. 00F150
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem 'lab be-
fore you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement a n d
wedding rings. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
SELECTING WINE from the Village
Apothecary's cellarmeansproperly
stored wine at a reasonable price.
1112 S. University. ctFtc
HISTORY UNDERGRAD ASSOCIATION
presents "CYCLICAL APATHY IN
AMERICA" in the faculty lounge of
the Michigan Union. Thursday, April
5. 7:30 p.m. 10F146
Try our CHARLEY SPECIAL. Going
meatless week, April 1-7, Tuna an
Cheese Pizza, 14 in. Medium only
$2.25. MR. PIZZA, 769-8030. cF148
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

Mon.-Sat., 12-7
300 Detroit St.

769-4980

336 S. State St.

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There are ONLY 12 MORE. DAYS of publica-
tion this term. We will resume printing the
Michigan Daily on May 9.

plow, hubs, radio, very sharp.
1970 LAND CRUISER, soft top . $2595
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
VW BUS, very good condition, 1960
body, '64 engine. Asking $350 or best
offer. Call 665-6734 ask for Bill or
leave message. 85N149
BUICK SPECIAL WAGON, 1965. auto-
matic, V-8, powersteering, $185. Ori-
ginal owner. 665-8412. 03N149
MGB ROADSTER, 1970, loaded with
factory and custom options, perfect
condition. 769-3331. 13N151
1969 SAAB, V-4, radial tires. $500 or
best offer. 769-1077. 09N152
SUNBEAM ALPINE MKV, 31,000 miles,
engine rebuilt last July, new trans-
mission in December, body in good
shape. Must sell, 665-4687. 74N149
CAR SERVICE, ACCES.
THE GRANFALLOON
Motorcycle Work
Spring tune-ups on 2 and 4 strokes
Specializing in Honda tune-ups
and repair. Call 2-6 weekdays
for appointment.
971-6585
788153
AUTO TUNE-UPS where you are: at
home or work. Unler $33. Auto Ta-
velTune. 761-0336 838149
PETS AND SUPPLIES
PUREBRED wire-haired terrier to good
home. Good with children. 665-6776.
39T149
AFGHAN PUPPIES. $100/apiece. Your
pick. 761-8925 between 8 and 11 a.m.
44T152
BEAGLE, $25. part Beagle and Brit-
tany. $15. 665-3526. 84T148
IRISH SETTER PUPPIES, AKC Champ-
ions. Parents TristanIsolde, 663-8134.
26T150
WANTED TO RENT
FALL: 2 people seek 2-bedroom apt,,
pref. older building, or willing to
share house. Call 764-6691 or 764-
6693. 16L151
FEMALE wants room for fall in house
or apartment in house. Reasonable.
764-1993. dL150
HOUSE WANTED for fall. Call Al at
663-3987. dLl49
MALE desperately needs own bedroom
in apt. or house for fall. Dave, 662-
3429. dL150
TWO WOMEN want two rooms in house
or apartment for fall (or earlier).
Call Susan 665-2603 or Debby. 769-
6560. dL&48
OWN ROOM in house. Campus-hospital
area. May-Augut Fall opt 764-0931.
89L150
LOST AND FOUND
BOX 1588, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
LOST-Yellow UM notebook. Pat Roo-
ney, 663-9922. Urgent. Reward.
63A148
FOUND: dog, black 5 mo. old, female,
cross between collie and labrador.
Call Cliff, 663-2789, collar but no tags.
dA150
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. dA48
FOUND: Circular glasses lens outside
Nickels Arcade post office. Call 761-
7839. dA148
LOST: one blue knapsack containing
books and notes for classes from en-
tire semester. Desperate! Reward. Call
761-1442. 02A149

lease, perfect locat ion, roommates,
and rent. Preferably woman to bal-
ance the sexes. Call Gigi, 761-5785 or
Ricky, 763-6590. 51Y148
FOR SALE
BIKE for sale-CHEAPO 769-2549.
07B50
IUPSTAIRS BASEMENT SALE, Sat. &
Sun! Cheap prices on records,
clothes, TV, electric guitar and amp.
Free parking. Resident lunatics avail-
able for daycare. Call 665-2717.
67B148

GIBSON Thunderbird Bass
Must sell. Call 973-0566.

w case.
85B150

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GARAGE SALE, April 7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Furniture, pottery, baby items, etc.
1907 Arlene. 86B148
"ALASKA INFO" - Homesteading, eat-
ployment, recreation, and other in-
formation on Alaska. 55p, pamphlet
$2. Lots of Goodies, Alaska Services,
Box 89171, Anchorage, Alaska 99508.
64B04
FOR SALE: English 3-speed bike. Call
Mindy, 764-3861. Price neg. 63B149

'64 VW, excellent cond. For info call HONDA CL35O, 1968, with helmets, cov-
Don, 769-4318. 53B149 er. $325. 769-0594. 62Z149

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! dF148
A JEWISH LIVING ALTERNATIVE:
Kosher and Co-ed. For information,
call: AEPi, 662-9538. 14F151
MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE
Underwriters still has the best rates
in town. Call us, 761-4616. cF'c
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFto
FUTURE CAP'S Learn how to prepare
for the CPA exam. BECKER CPA RE-
VIEW COURSE. Call collect 313-961-
1400. 39F155

GIBBS 8-track Tape Deck with speak-
er. $50. More info call 769-2547.
24BI48
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. (113149
NOSTALGIA BUFFS, taped radio shows
30's through. 60's: Sherlock Holmes,
Inner Sanctum, The Shadow, Lone
Ranger, Comedy Many, Many More.
Original shows. 25d 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
Pm.) cBtc
WATERBEDS Buy directly from manu-
facturer and save, Aquarest Inc. 33
Staebler Rd., A.A. Mich. 769-4491.
Etc
HELP WANTED
TEACHERS WANTED. Entire West,
Mid - West and South. Southwest
Teachers Agency, 1303 Central Ave-
nue, N.E., Albuquerque, N.M. 87106.
Bonded, licensed and member: NATA:
"Our 27th year." 3311160
COMMUNICATIONS ANALYST
For growing behavioral understanding
research firm with emphasis in tele-
vision programming. Required: ad-
vanced degree in mass communica-
tions, radio/television, journalism,
marketing, sociology, or psychology;
imagination, communication skill, at-
tractive personality. MAGID ASSOCI-
ATES, I Research Center, Marion,
Iowa 52302. 3211151.
NOTHER'S HELPER: part-time, must
like little boys, he willing to work,
own transportation. 663-9845. 051H148
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Dearborn,
offers opportunity, beginning Sept.
1973. for those interested in grading
in a freshman expository prose com-
position course. Successful applicants
would work closely with the director
of program, be involved approx. 16
hours per week in personal-individual
consultation with students. MA in
Fnglish or equivalent experience de-
sired. Salary $1000 for 4-month term
All inquiries must be in writing and
directed to: Director of Freshman
Composition, Dept. of English, The
University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Dearborn, Michigan 48128. The Uni-
versit y of Michigan is a non-discrim-
inatory affirmative-action employer.
2511151
FULL-TIME SUMMER JOB selling
china, crystal, and cookware to single
girls. $1500 guaranteed. 769-5196.

1970 HONDA CL350. chain, lock, hel-
mets, cover, neg. 663-8462. 71Z149
1966 HONDA 305,. im aculate, $375
firm, 769-826 aler 7 and weekends.
22Z 149
MERCIER Slod i l 300, 10 speeds, new,
$240.00 or offer. 764-6707. 07Z149
1972 HODAKA FACTORY MX RACER,
$400. 1972 KAWASAKI 350 S2, 750.

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ATTRACTIVE, intelligent, lively. Jew
ish (?) woman grad student wishes
to meet mature, cosmopolitan, fun
loving, attractive (preferably Med.
Dent. or Psych oriented) renaissance
man; 25-plus. Object: Kibitzing. Call
Alexis, 763-0772. 00F149
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

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" C-30 Cassette
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The TC-66 also has Sonymatic Recording
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Sony tapes offer high quality at low prices.
We have three lengths: C-60, C-90, and
C-120. Stock up!
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R. C. PLAYERS present
TH'TREE SISTERS
by ANTON CHEKHOV
Directed by DOUG SPRIGG
APRIL 4 - 7 at 8:00
MATINEE: SATURDAY, APRIL 7 at 2:00
LAST QUAD AUDITORIUM
ADMISSION $1.25
Tickets on sale Tuesday, April 3 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. and
one hour before each performance.
Come shore our experience, our trials, smiles,
problems and solutions as we discuss . . .
Life in a Zionist Co-op
AT OUR
mBET CAFE 4
(936 Dewey-off Packard)
This SATURDAY, APRIL 7, at 8 P.M.
note change of date (again??). There will be the
usual barrage of Israeli food, refreshments and
music.'
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 761-3161
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Dr. Arthur Janoy's
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the PRIMAL THERAPY of
a 35-year-old college
professor; witth music by
JOHN LENNON
duplex presentation with
R. D. Laing's ASYLUM
complete duplex at 7:15
last show at 9:30 p.m.
$1.25 cont. MLB 4-Newsreel

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When a complainant believes that academic dishonesty may have
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