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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April 10, 1973

04D4 get the job
FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M.Monday-

(Continued from Page 5)
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SRO Eliminator Speakers 100 watts
RMS. Factory built, excel. cond. Call
971-9461 persistently. 55X152
FIVE STRING CUSTOM MADE BANJO
with hard shell case. Price negoti-
able. Can be seen at 521 Fifth St. be-
tween Madison and Jefferson, 6 blks.
west of Main. 04X150
DYNACO A-50 speakers for sale. List
$360. Excellent condition. Will sell
$220 (both) or best. 665-2770. 39X152
TAPE RECORDERS, stereos, etc., re-
paired. Low rates. Ed 769-3348.
56X160
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,I
Hohner Maestro, Gibson. Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music.
322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,I
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretach, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 b. Main, 761-1400
MARTIN GUITARS D-18, D-28, D-35,
12-strings ready to be enjoyed! Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtp
MUSIC STRINGS
'N' THINGS
guitar lessons; folk, classical, blues,
country, jazz and theory. All guitars,
strings, and accessories are alwaysS
20 percent off list.
516 E. William (over Campus Bee)
668-9836 ext
USED CARS
ALFA ROMEO '67 Duetto Spider Veloce
conv, 5-speed, exc. cond. 764-9074.
59N150
66 TRIUMPH Bonneville, exc. cond.
recent overhaul. extras. $600. 971-
6814 eves. 65N155
'64 CHEV. Ozone Cruiser. New brakes,
exhaust, battery, carb. $175. 761-6921.
dN15
'70 AUDI 100 LS. AM/FM, 4-speed, ra-
dials, immaculate. $2,000. Mars Auto
Sales, 434-4666. 13N52
'70 TOYOTA CORONA II, AM/FM, air,
auto trans. Mars Auto Sales, 434-4666.
12N52
'69 FIAT 124 SPIDER-new radio (AM
FM). Mars Auto Sales, 434-4666.
11N52
'64 CORVAIR MONZA. Overhauled en-
gine, new battery and starter. Ugly
but' faithful. $125. 482-1650, 43N149
MGB-GT 1969. 39,500 mi., AM/FM ra-
dio, 5 Pirelli radials, wire wheels,
leather interior, excellent condition.
$1900. '663-7143 after 5. 54N152
1969 OLDS Delta 88 w/snow tires and
tape deck. $1300. Phone 761-2337, 8-4
p.m. 70N150
'68 TRIUMPH GT6, excellent condition,
$900 or best offer. Call evenings, 971-
4035. 55N149
'63 MG-1100 Sedan. Good basic trans-
portation. Brand new brakes, front-
wheel drive. $300. 769-8536. 57N152
'69 NOVA, 45,000 miles, $650, must sell.
764-3620. 70N150
TOYOTA
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE
TOYOTAS
1972 DEMOS. Many models to choose
from. Save, Save. Full Factory War-
ranty.
1971-72 TOYOTAS. Many used models
in stock-Fine Selection.
SPORTS and IMPORTS .
1971 SPITFIRE. First class condition.
Save.
1972 FIAT 124 SPYDER, burgandy ex-_
terior, tan interior, AM/FM radio.
Just like new...................$3195
1970 TRIUMPH TR6 Rdstr., bright
red............................ $2495
1970 KARMAN GHIA Coupe....... $1595
1969 FIAT 124 Spt. Coupe,
new tires...................SAVE
1969 MGB Rdstr., wire wheels,
Michelins.......... .........$1995
DOMESTICS
1971 VEGA 2 dr. coupe, bright
yellow ................... ...... SAVE F
1971 CHEVY El Camino, only 16,000
miles. Gem - top just like new, see
today.
1967 BUICK RIVERA full power, fine
condition, Save.
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS
1968 TOYOTA CORONA 4 dr., auto-_
matic, air, radio................ $795
TRUCKS
1972 FORD F-100 ;-ton pickup, V-8
custom cab wheels, chrome bumpers.

Reese hitch, Tonneau cover, factory,
warranty, only 800 miles.......$28951
1971 LAND CRUISER hard top snow
plow, hubs, radio, very sharp.
1970 LAND CRUISER, soft top ..$2595
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
MOB ROADSTER, 1970, loaded with
factory and custom options, perfect3
condition. 769-3331. 13N151
1969 SAAB, V-4, radial tires. $500 or
best offer. 769-1077. 09N152
FOR SALE: Olds Cutlass, '67, white w'
black hard top, A/C, new transmis-
sion, $550 or best offer. Call Tito,
761-8710. 58N152
ALFA ROMEO '67 Duetto Spider Veloce
conv., 5-speed, exc. cond. 764-9074..
59N150
WANTED TO RENT, -
MAY THRU MID-JULY. Two women

WANTED TO RENT

DESPERATELY NEED 3-bedroom apt.
in house for fall. Large reward. Call
665-2592. 66L154
FALL: 2 people seek 2-bedroom apt.,
pref, older building, or willing to
share house. Call 764-6691 01 764-
6693. 16L151
FEMALE wants room for fall in house
or apartment in house.Reasonable.
764-1993. dLl50
MALE desperately needs own bedroom
in apt, or house for fall. Dave, 662-
3429. dL150
OWN ROOM in house. Campus-hospital
area. May-August. Fall opt. 764-0931.
89L150
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: 10 ft. purple scarf. Reward.
Call 764-8455, Day. 56A154
BOX 1588, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
FOUND: dog, black. 5 mo. old, female,
cross between collie and labrador.
Call Cliff, 663-2789, collar but no tags.
dA150!
REAL ESTATE
FOURTH NEEDED for Fall Share room
in large modern furnished apt., air
cond., dishwasher. 761-5657 or 761-
3537. 36151
ROOMMATES WANTED
NEED FOURTH roommate for modern
apartment. A/C, dishwasher, good 10-
cation. Call 769-0827 after 3. dY152
FALL--Two women needed for modern
bievel apartment with all conven-
iences, campus area. 665-5515. 31R151
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.
$60.mo. 665-9893. 97Y150
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for two
bedroom Riverhouse apt. (Island Dr.
area) 15 min. from campus. Avail.
May or June. Call Barb, 764-7124 or
663-7625. 95Y153
OWN ROOM in spacious modern apart-
ment May-August. Rent negotiable.
769-4057. dY1I50
ROOMMATES WANTED
SPACIOUS BI-LEVEL
SPRING/SUMMER
A C, Dishwasher - 763-6149
29Y151
GIRL WANTS studious grad male for
roommate. May-Aug. Fall option.
Tired of "BS" girl roommates. 769-
1277 after 5 p.m. 47Y152
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
SPRING AND SUMMER dressmaking
Custom tailoring, designing, and al-
teration from Marque Designers. Call
863-7358. 92J157
SPRING AND SUMMER, dressmaking.
custom tailoring, designing and al-
teration. From MARQUE DESIGN-
ERS, Call 663-7358. 23J157
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
PHOTO SUPPLIES
TEN-SPEED SCHWINN Super Sport bi-
cycle. Light chrome Moly frame. Ex-
cel. cond. Call 761-9589. 91D150
POLAROID Professional Model 800 W/
case. Auto lens, strobe. Mint condi-
tion. New $150. Now $35. 764-3095.
50D151
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
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: FIRM double bed mattress.
761-6364. 53K155

I YELLOW SHAG CARPET, .approx 16'
x 12', in good cond. Call Ray at 761-
2462. 99K149
WANTED: Autos; imports and small'
American cars, '66 up. Mars Auto
Sales, 2665 Washtenaw, 434-4666.
10K52
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
'70" 650 YAMAHA. Excel. cond., $700
Call Kathy or Steve. 769-1147.
83Z151
USED 250 SCRAMBLER, helmet, ex-
tras. BEST OFFER. Lee Atkinson,
761-9220. 51Z152
90cc '69 HONDA, excel. cond., helmets,
extras. Girls' 3-speed bicycle. Prices
negotiable. 663-4583. Mark. 60Z154
1971 TRIUMPH 650. Good condition.
4000 miles. $850. 662-5169. 45Z154

MISCELLANEOUS
EUROPEAN YOUTH HOSTELS-
out more about them: Wed
April 11-The Internationalt
603 E. Madison (764-9310).
FOR SALE
SLIGHTLY USED four harness
loom for sale, $25. Call Mervl
0781.
BIKE for sale-CHEAPO. 769
GIBSON Thunderbird Bass
Must sell. Call 973-0566.
"ALASKA INFO" - Homesteadin
ployment, recreation, and oth
formation on Alaska. 55p. pa
$2. Lots of Goodies, Alaska S
Box 89171, Anchorage, Alaska

HELP WANTED

- find COM-SHARE needs ssytems program-
nesday, mers.
Center, COM-SH'ARE INC. needs several excel-
38M151 .lent people interested in designing
and implementing the following:
Compilers, operating systems, com-
munications systems, Data Manage-
s table ment/IR Systems.
at 769- COM-SHARE will provide you with an
dB15 excellent technical environment
where you can make a maximum
-2549. contribution. There are no artificial
07850 barriers in our company. If you are
w case good-YOU get the responsibility. If
85B150 you have Assembly Language experi-
ence, Math/CCS 573 or equivalent ex-
ng, em- perience, and are interested in a full
her in- time job with a dynamic, profitable,
mphlet time sharing company, then send
ervices, your resume and transcripts to: Don
99508. Redding, Director, Systems Program-
64B04 ming Dept., COM-SHARE INC., P.O.

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A NEW, MULTI-NATIONAL, PROBLEM
____one_ ORIENTED HISTORY COURSE
Friday
Frda yurwok epesnt .. .. Comp[ arative Sude
PERSONAL
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
FEMALE GRADUATE student would
like room and board with friendly '
family. Will share household respon-
sibilities. References. Call 662-5338, 103-104}iviWj 9:00
5-6 p.m. 93E150 HISTORY 10 -MWF 9:00
INTRO-ACT-Weekly & marathon per-
sonal growth groups toward aware-
ness of feelings-sex roles-interper- .
sonal issues. Cali Richard, 662-4826. SraIa10a rRIa1
89F159 TOPICS: Fall nduslrializalion and Modernization
FUTURE CPA's Learn how to prepare Winter-ReligionPolitics
for the CPA exam. BECKER CPA RE-
VIEW COURSE. Call collect 313-961-
1400. 39F155
WEAR FRAGRANCE DAILY! There are Pick-up detailed description sheets at the History Department, 3601 Haven
many fine ones to choose from at Hall or the Freshman-Sophomore Counseling Office, 1213 Angell Hall.
the Village Apothecary. cFtc
---- -Register now for next fall
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy qual-
ity diamonds. Austin Diamond, 1209 .... ,.. . : ..
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc ,' .,. :. ...... .... ..: r.!. ..,.,, ,
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FOR SALE: English 3-speed bike. Call FOR CLEANING ROOMS at least 2 hrs.
Mindy, 769-3861. Price neg. 63B151 per day. Campus area near hospitals.
Call 662-2763 from 6-9 p.m. 20H151

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COMIC BOOKS, science fiction, base-
bali 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.
eBtc
HELP WANTED
RIDING INSTRUCTOR wanted for chil-
dren's summer camp in Northern Mi-
chigan. 1-557-1122. 18H151
PERSONABLE college stuceit wanted
to officiate at punch bowl on Thrs-
days from 11 to 4:00. Apply at Jacob-
son's. 612 E. Libeity. 82H153
JACOBSON'S NEEDS additional per-
sonnel for the morning house-keeping
staff. Apply in person at 612 E. Lib-
erty. 81H153
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAZIYATAH
FOR GIRLS. Harrison, Mine. OPEN-
INGS: Tennis iVarsity or skilled
players), Waterskiing, Swinuning
(WST),.Pioneering and Trips. Canoe-
ing, Sailing Archery, Team Sports
Arts & Crafts, Photography, Secre-
tary. Seamstress. Season: June 26 to
August 23. Inquiries invited. Write:
(include full details, Director. Box
553,Great Neck, N.Y. 11022. Telephone
516-482-4323. 40H150
WANTED: Part and full-tune jewelry
counselors and sales representatives.
Must have out-going personality. Ph.
665-3460 persistently, anytime.
16H150
FLUTIST Guitarist, Violinist for after-
noon fete, Sat., Jtne 23 Lee Atkin-
son. 761-9220. 52H152
SOMEONE w reliable car whO will be
jhere thrui uni~r. Stbtitute on AA
News motor route. $2100 for 4 hrs.
work when needed. 665-5491. 72H151
FULL-TIME SUMMER JOB selling
china, crystal, and cookware to sngle
girls. $1500 guaranteed. 769-5196.
NEEDED, umpires for softball progran
Little League Baseball director. If
interested contact Ken Larson, 475-
2650 or write 410 Wenley St., Chelsea.
Chelsea Rec, Dep. 271160
COMMUNICATIONS ANALYST1
For growing behavioral understanding
research firm with emphasis in tele-
vision programmiig. Required: ad-
vanced degree in mass communica-
ions, radio/television, journalism,
marketing, sociology. or psycholog;
imagination, communication skill, at-
tractive personality. MAGID ASSOCI-
ATES, 1 Research Center, Marion.
Iowa 52302. 321H151
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 progran, be involved approx. 16
hours per week in personal-individual
consultation with students. MA in
English 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-
versity of Michigan is a non-discrim-
inatory affirmative-action employer,
25H 151
LSA STUDENT GOVERNMENT is in-
terviewinig for important comritttee
openings. Apply r.3M. Michigaii
Union, deadline Fri., April 13, 5:00
p.m. Use the POWER. 44H153
BACHELOR needs a part-time house-
keeper 3-4 days a week. Monday
Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. Some flexi-
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. 881H15:1
HOUSE and YARD WORK. 5 hours
week. $12. Your schedule. 663-6033.
38H 151

PERSONAL
EUROPE
Study Travel
SUMMER '73
CON'TACT
STUDENTS ABROAD
A Private Educational Organization
204 Michigan Theatre Bldg.
662-6666
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW
cFt c
GAY LIBERATION Open Meeting Tues.
April 10, 8 p.m., Union, South Wing,
3rd floor Conference Room. Discus-
sioti on "Coalition of Oppressed Miin-
orities." All welcome! 76F150
SUNDAYS ARE SPECIAL 1-6 p.m. Bil-
liards at the Union. cF149
ALTERNATIVES TO ABORTION --
PROBLEM PREGNANCY, HELP 769-
7283. 400 S. Division. ci te
A JEWISH LIVING ALTERNATIVE:
Kosher and Co-eo. Fior informatIon.
call: AEPi, 662-9538. 14F151
MOTORCYCL E INSURANCE
'nderwriters still has the best rates
in town. Call us, 761-4616. c
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press. 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942 ceFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSEt
'ast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUtICK
1217 S. University 7A9-O5+0
HISTORY UNDERGRAD ASSOCIATION
presents "CYCLICAL APATHY IN
AMERICA" in the faculty lounge of
the Michigan Union. Thursday, April
5. 7:30 p.m. 10F146
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Mudern theory and harmonc
Prof Curtis. 662-8281. 70F130
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award.
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone setting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio 484-0854 or 434-0055.

FUTURE

WORLD

CONFERENC.E FES TIVAL
APRIL 13,'14, 15
The Future Worlds Conference Festival
will be three days of:
" WORKSHOPS-yoga, alternative energies, future of the economy,
noise pollution, food, electronic music.
" PANELS-the energy crisis, community, utopias and anti-utopias,
alternative education, media.
" MULTI-MEDIA PRESENTATIONS-72 hours of continuous films,
videotapes, art exhibits, music.
* EXHIBITS-NASA, Ford, Bendix
Festival of Life celebration in Nichols Arboretum on Sunday.

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WHY BUY MASS produced
RINGS? Have yvur personal
ated by JHAN, 769-7550.

WEDDING
design cre-
cFtc

at MARTY'S.
"Wall-of-Slax"
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MAR TY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
cFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollment for Kaplan Tutoring
courses now being accepted for the
upconming LSAT, MCAT, DAT exams.
For info-mation and enrollment call
313-354-0085. cl~te
GRAD COFFEE HOUR: Wed. night, 8-
10 p nt. Lots of people. Special: Hot
Chocolate, 4th floor Rackham. New
people welcome! cF'tc
WOULD YOU BELIEVE ...
M1t Hood is skied year 'round
Arapahoe is the highest ski area in
U.S. or Canada . . . Banff has over
400" of snow a rear . . . Whistler's
Mtis over nine times higher than
Boyne . . . Come ski these areas for
10 days, May 1-13 for $198 (meals,
travel, lodging). MASS MEETING
Tius., Apr. 10, 8:30 p.m., 624 Church,
3rd floor. Call Josie, 761-5352. Brad,
449-2668. 00F150
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.
a dF149

A geodesic dome on the Diag will serve as an informa-
tion1feedback center

FRI.DAY-TECHNOLOGY
SATURDAY-SOCIETY
SUN DAY-SELF

If you would like to do something
DOIT!

grads want to sublease rooms or WANTED: Harley-Davidson Sprint en-
apartment near central campus. Call gine; call Ralph, 663-7041 or 761-
Barb or Ruth, 763-2837. 39U154 6330. dZ151

Anyone who is planning an event for the conference festival and would like it listed in the sched-
ule must fill out a form by the afternoon of Wednesday, April 11.

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