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Tuesday, January 9, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUBLET
CAMPUS: large, clean, furnished for
1 or 2 girls. 761-1932. cUte
ROOMMATES WANTED
1 OR 2 PEOPLE wanted to share farm-
house in Dexter. Bob, 426-3319. 02Y82
MALE ROOMMATE needed immed.
$56.56/mo. On campus. Call 663-3624.
11Y84
FEMALE SHARE one-bedroom apart-
ment immediately. Hill - Packard.
665-8265. 81Y92
GIRL NEEDS roommate, large double.
Kitchen. Spacious house. 761-4908.
00Y85.
FOR RENT
INTERNATIONAL CO-OP: Limited
number of spaces for female roomers,
male and female boarders. Winter
term. Tom or Carol. 761-7435. 76C80,
UNFURNISHED EFFICIENCY on cam-
pus for one quiet adult, lease until
Aug. 15 or longer, no pets, last
month's rent and damage deposit.
$138.38/mo. 662-7395 persistently.
06C82
'4 MONTH
WINTER LEASE
5 MINUTES TO CLASS, STUDY
LOUNGE, PIANO ROOM, WEEKLY
HOUSEKEEPING. RECREATION
ROOM. HEATED POOL.
NO EXTRA RENT INCREASE
FOR FOUR MONTH LEASE
FURNISHED 4-MAN APT.
$75 MO. PER PERSON
FURNISHED 3-MAN APT.
$100 MO. PER PERSON
2 BLOCKS FROM DIAG
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
S. FOREST AT
S. UNIVERSITY
CALL 761-2680
cCIc
FURNITURE RENTALS
Apartment and Office
3 rooms for as low as
$25.00
Special Student-Rates
All New Furniture
Fast Free Delivery
GLOBE INTERIOR RENTALS
3425 Washtenaw
across from Arborland
971-9220 Open Mon-Sat 10-6 p.m.
cCloo
AVAILABLE JAN. 1: Modern two-bed-
room, 3-man, furnished apartment on
S. Forest. Call 668-6906. cCtc
JANUARY 1973
Now renting a limited number of
campus apartments.
Charter Realty
S. University at Washtenaw
665-8825
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES
Fall Rentals-Campus Area
Efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedrooms in mod.-
ern buildings and older houses. Stop
in at 616 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520. eC to

FOR RENT

HOUSE TO SHARE in the country.
Working woman or grad preferred.
$85.00 and utilities. Call week day
evenings. 434-0710. d
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISIS
LOW PRICES
FREELFAST DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE.
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
Ctf
START THE NEW YEAR with a change
of pace . . enjoy the good life at
ALBERT TERRACE
Call Jeanne at 761-1717
cCtc
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE SEEKS one bedroom furn.
apt. Call Tony, 761-5040. 92L82

I NEED a place to live! Own
on campus, no lease, kitchen.
Susan. 769-3583. 342-0001
HELP WANTED

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

room,
Call
99L84

FACULTY FAMILY needs baby-sitter/
cook. Live-in, room and board plus
$20 /wk. Good company, beautiful
kids. Sklar, 769-9594, 764-6558. 14H82
NEED A Temporary Job? Register with
Arbor Girl. Typists, General Office.
761-5252. 1945 Pauline
cH81
PERSONNEL SYSTEMS, Agey.
Secretary: Conversant in Spanish. $600.
Secretary: Figure aptitude, $510-550, fee
paid.
Receptionist: Outgoing personality $400,
fee paid.
Secretary: Afternoons and early eve.
$450 up. fee paid.
761-5252 1945 Pauline
cH81
BARTENDER, FULL-TIME. Experience
only. Apply at the HOLIDAY INN,
I-96 Expressway, Pinckney Road Exit.
84f185
WANTED. One or more volunteers who
would like to work with a Boy Scout
troop. Southeast Ann Arbor a r e a.
Call 971-4354 for further information.
93H82
COCKTAIL SERVERS FULL-TIME. Ex-
perienced only. Apply HOLIDAY INN,
I-96 Expressway at the Pinckney
Road exit. 85H85
ROOM AND BOARD: Family n e a r
campus needs friendly student to
help with child care and -housework.
761-0614. 05H83

Hi-Fi Service
On all stereo components, 24 hr.
service on most units.
DOUGLASS SOUND
311 E. Liberty
Call 761-HiFi
cXtc
BASF-The best European tape 60-90-
120. Cassettes now in stock and
moving at the lowest prices in town.
Quantity discounts too. AUDIO
UNLIMITED, 323 E. Hoover, 761-3878.
eX tc
CALL US LAST for the fastest, lowest
cost repair of your high quality
stereo. TV, etc. AUDIO UNLIMITED
323 E. Hoover, 761-3878. See you
soon, eXtc
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
322 S. Main, 769-1400. eXtc
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.
AMPLIFIED, THREE-Head, reel to reel
tape recorder. Phono, jacks. speakers,
and other features. $155, 434-1741.
86X85
GARRARD LAB 80 MK II turntable."
$45. 761-9188. 87X83
THORENS TD-150 pro turntable w'B
& 01 $70 cart. Mint condition. $150.
Ron 662-6726. 83x82
SONY 630 THREE head tape dark w/
echo, SOS, dust cover, $125. Call 769-
3166 persistently. 12X84
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Pnusual and ordinary instruments, of-
fered, made, repaired-also carved and
inlayed. Accessories, lessons. 209 S.
State. 665-8001, (Xtc
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown white kitten, vicinity
State. Hill. Barry, 764-0634. 03A82
USED CARS
1966 CORTINA GT 1500 cc. Good con-
dition, 761-9188. 83N88
ROOM AND BOARD
ENJOY COMPANY WHILE EA'TING?
Board at an international co-op
winter semester. For info call Tom
or Carol, 761-7435. 94E82

MOVING SERVICE - Large and small
jobs. Low rates. 663-3882. 14J83
FROM THE PEOPLE WHO FIX YOUR
CAR RIGHT. Reasonable prices for
foreign car owners. The Wheel
Works. 769-8493, 2020 W. Stadium.
cSte
PERSONAL
ASSORTED BACK issues of PLAYBOY
(61 copies from 1963-1972). Will sell
to person submitting best offer by
January 15. Write: Lloyd Putnam,
1866 Badgley Rd., Jackson, Mich.
49203. 89F80

Routes

Pro- Adm.
Dates Rata Chrg. Total
CHRISTMAS FLIGHTS

SALE
all $5.98 LP's
S$3.69
a 1$6.99 L P's
$6.59
plus many more
SALVATION
330 Maynard

]7F83

D,- Lon/D 12/18- 1/3 $165 $20
D/Lon/D 12/26- 1/8 $165 $20
D/Spa/D 12/23-12 3] ** **
D/Nas/D 12/21-12/27 *
D/Nas/D 12/27- 1/1 * *1
D/Ns/D 1 1 - 1,7 * *
D/Lon D 17 - 5/1 $180 $20
SPRING FLIGHTS
D/Nas/D 3'2 - 3 9 * *
D Spa/D 3/3 - 3/11 ** **
NY.Lon NY 3/3 - 3/10 $155 $20
SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
DETROIT TO 1EUROPE:
D/Lon/I7 5/I - 5/31 $165 $20
D/Lon/D 5/2 - 6/15 $165 $20a,
D/lonD 5/4 - 6/4 $165 $20
D/Lon D 5/7 - 6/23 $165 $20
D'LntnD 5/10- 6/30 $165 $20
D Lon/D 5/17- 8/15 $195 $20
DLon/D 5/20- 7/5 $170 $20
D/Lon/D 5/31- 8/5 $195 $20
D/Lon D 6/4 - 7/10 $175 $20
D Lon/D 6/15- 8/10 $210 $20
D/LonZ D 6/18- 7/19 $200 $20
D.Lon/D 6/28- 9/3 $210 $20
D/Lon/t) 7/1 - 8/1 $210 $20
D/Lon/D 7,12 - 8/20 $210 $20
D/Lon/D 7/3 - 9/4 $210 $20
D/Loo/D 7/9 - 7/26 $200 $20
D/Lon/D 7/15- 8/28 $210 $20
D/Lon/D 7/24- 8/25 $210 $20
D/Lon/D 8/1 - 8/31 $210 $20
D/Lon/D 8!15- 9/6 $210 $20
D/Lon $130 $110 $10

'FOR SALE
4 WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP
Slacks
LEVI'S - A-I KOTZIN
Sweaters
PURITAN - DRUMMOND
cBtc

PERSONAL
WEAR FRAGRANCE DAILY! There are
many fine ones to choose from at
the Village Apothecary. cFtc
WHY WALK FURTHER?
GET YOUR
LEVI'S
AT
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP
cFtc!
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
presents Europe $185

$185
$185
$279;
$179
$179
$179
$200
$179
$269
$175
$185
$185
$185
$185
$185
$215
$190
$215
$195
$230
$220
$230
$230
$230
$230
$220
$230
$230
$230
$230
$120

BUSINESS SERVICES

PERSONAL
GRAD. COFFEE HOUR: Wed. night, 8-
10 p.m Lots of people. Special: Hot
Chocolate. 4th floor Rackham. New
people welcome! cFtc
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les
sons Modern theory and harmnny.
Prof. Curtis. 662-5676. 22F91
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-walt! $2. MBL Prss,1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFte
ORBIT? Outer Space? King Kool . her-
iff, Drop-a-Card, Fireball. Have you
seen? Pinball Alley, 1217 South Uhiv.
cFtc
STEREO or TV on the fritz? est
price and fastest service by FCC Li-
censed Technician. AUDIO UNLIM-
ITED, 761-3878. cFte
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone seting. etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio, 4$4-0854 or 434-0055. crte
XEROX AND OFFSE T
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0500
CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE O.
For automobile, apartment, and- ma.
' or medleal coverage. 662-3100. c~te
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
rEnrollment for Kaplan Tutoring
courses not being accepted to; the
upcoming LSAT. MCAT, DAT exams.
For infe-mation and enrollment call
313-354-0085. cF'te
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc

INTERESTED IN Rive Gauche,
UNICEF, Languages, ski trips a n d
International Friendship? Open
meeting International Students As-
soc. Rive Gauche, 8 p.m. Corner Hill
& E. Uni-. cF8O
BE ONE OF THE lively ones. Sign up
now -- Mixed Leagues, Union Bowl-
ing Lanes. 11 a.m.-12 mid. cF85
WEAVING CLASSES. Instruction in,
con.tructioi of handlooms. B.F.A.
662-2217. 90F85
AUDITIONS TONIGHT! Campus Or-
chestra conducted by Charles T.
Audition 7-9 Harris Hall. Rehearsals
Tues. nites. Info: 769-7479, 764-5575.
18F80
PERSONAL
FOCUS -- ON-GOING and short-t e r m
groups on personal growth Issues
sponsored by Counseling Services,
OSS and Project Outreach. See dis-
play ad in today's Daily. 95F82
WE'VE BEEN waiting for you!
Welcome Back
UM Barbers - UM Union
cF82

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S**Price includes round trip fare plus
hotel accommodations, transfers and
meals.
*Price includes round trip fare plus
hotel accommodations and transfers.
UAC/SI offers a wide variety of services
including inter-European flights and
ISTC cards.
Open only to U-M faculty, staff, stu-
dents and inrediate families,
UAC TRAVEL, 2nd Fl., M Union
763-2147
Administrative and Travel Services by
Students International. (313) 769-5790
621 Church Street, Ann Arbor
cFtc
NOT NICE, not Jewish boys want dates.
Cute, personality optional. This is
for real. Call Steve. 763-1755. 53F81
YOUTH FAME Cards, Getaway cards,
groups, charters. Call Cindt Hop-
kins, TWA Campus Rep., 7,69-0634.

Forest fires bvre
more thaorees
4-
9f

PEOPLE NEEDED for telephpne solicit- Id
ing. Phone, 769-5196. 17H80 SINGLE ROOM and hoard-In small
Fraternity. 761-5145. 15E85

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

MUSICAL MDSE.
RADIOS, REPAIRS

FOR SALE'

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GOOD, HONEST GUITARS
GOOD, HONEST ADVICE
GOOD, HONEST PRICES
MUSIC, STRINGS 'N' THINGS offers
a wide variety of new and used ban-
jos, guitars, recorders, harps, and
dlulcimers. Nothing in the store is
list price. AND we won't try to hype
you . w..e run an instrument shop,
not a used car lot. Give us a try.
MUSIC, STRINGS,
'N' THINGS
upstairs at 516 E.tWilliam
Open 11-9, Monday thru Friday
10.6 Saturday. 668-9836
eXtc"
FOLKLORE CENTER
Used and old stringed instruments. Re-
pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William,
above Campus Bike. 662-0381. %eXtc
FREE
JELLY DONUTS
at
BACH CLUB
Organizational Meeting
Thurs., Jan. 11, 8 p.m.
East Quad, Greene Lounge
If you like music, friendly
people, and have a little time,
come on over, and help us get
it on for 1973. Absolutely no
musical knowledge necessary.

GIANT BOOK & record sale
rpm) 918 Packard.'

(78-33
dB82

32 WATT standard amplifier, C r a i g
8 track tape deck, Koss earphones.
Separately or together, cheap! C a l
769-2259. 96B82
SLIGHTLY USED Juliette refrigerator.
Two cubic feet. 665-4281, evenings.
91B82
WATERBED with !pad, frame a n d
liner. $60. Phone 761-1717, 01B82
KING SIZE 72" wicker headboard for
$30. Portable double bed for $40. In-
fant car seat, $7. Manual typewriter
$30. Call 763-6360. 08B85
FACIT CALCULATOR 225.00-twin bed,
2 twin mattresses, 5 yr. old Philco
portable stereo $25.00, table a n d
chairs $25.00. Checkwriter $65. Phone
769-5196. 16B80
New Term Special
REDUCED RATES
BILLIARDS and
TABLE TENNIS
Wed, & Thurs.
2 Days Only
MICHIGAN UNION

WOOLS - exotic handspun S. Amer-
ican wool, natural colors, $5/lb., good
weaving or knitting. 761-2473 eves.
19B85

FOREIGN JOBS for college students,
graduates, teachers, and others. Di-
rectory of employers and jobs $3.00.
Mr. James Coulter, International
Jobs, R2, Hillsdale, Michigan, 49242.
97F80
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to work with
pre-schoolers in child care centers or
homes. Applications available at 2210
S.A.B. or call 769-3997 evenings.;
Course credit given. 13F86
NEW TERM SPECIAL-Reduced Ratesj
BILLIARDS AND table tennis, Wed,
andBThurs. 11 a.m. - 12 mid. 2 days
only. Michigan Union. cF80
GAY LIBERATION Open Meeting,
Tues., Jan. 9, 8 p.m. Union, South
Wing, 3rd-floor Conference R o o m.l
All welcome! 07F80
READING improvement classes. 6 ses-
sions, 6 dollars. Register Jan. 12 at
1610 Washtenaw, cor. Hill. For info
call 764-9481. Univ. of Michigan'
Reading Service. 10F83
PESTICIDE reference standards, chro-
matographic packings for analysis of
pesticides. Guaranteed performance.
not just pretested. Write for details
'to Supelco, Bellefonte, Penna., or
call Enterprise 6811. 25F85
GAYS AEE listed in the "National
Chicken HAWK." Information w/
stamp. Box 337-M Milliken, Colorado
80543. 16F92
EUROPEAN JOBS
Study programs, next summer or any-
time. 9 countries, many schools. in-
sured, accredited, guaranteed, 1 yr.
valid plane ticket! Young World Ltd.,
207 E. Michigan, Milwaukee, 53202.
call (414) 271-3355 today!!!! 45F73
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy qual-
ity diamonds. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER

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ACROSS
Equine.
Entreats.
Primates.
Pictures: Abbr.
Pinnae.
Kind of tide.
Choice objects.
Type of 17
Across.
Notice.
Tropical tree.
Terry.
American poet.
Certain bovines.
Loud, as clothes.
Is at hand.
Shade of gray.
Mother-of-pearl.
U.S.O. customers.
My love is
...: Phrase,
Metric meas.
Flycatcher.
"Winnie _ Pu."
Kind.
Hosiery mishap.
Like buhl work.
Nervous.
Use a sled.
Forest.

53 Slangy refusal.
56 Hale and hearty:
Phrase.
58 Resentful rage.
60 Pain.
61 Poker word.
62 American
symbol.
63 Require.
64 Colorless gas."
65 Kohlenz's river.
DOWN
1 Closes a certain
way.
2 French pronoun.
3 Social registers.'
4 Odd: Brit.
5 Concur.
6 Generated.
7 Merit.
8 .ane or Zane,
9 Direction.
10 Geometric
designs.
11 American artist.
12 Avid.
13 Sir Patrick _.,_
S ottish hero.
19 Earned.
22 Turkish ruler.
25 White-tailed

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bird.
Kingly title.
Rich cloth.
Prudish.
Goes paddling.
Land measure.
Word with
paper or cast.
Time of greatest
achievement,
Ely.
Seventh son.
Li ght-colored
granite.
Scanned.
Frees.
- in on (made
a profit from.
Headed.
Reply.
Noun suffix.
Present time.
Shaping machine.
Symbol.
Burgundy.
Preposistion.
King in Norse
myth.
As soon as.
Spider.
Cheering word.
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FOCUS
the other side of learning
Short term & weekly groups with trained leaders to
explore issues of growth and identity.
AVAILABLE THIS SEMESTER-
Sex Roles Workshop
Art Workshop
Massage Workshop
Self-Awareness for Students in Helping
Professions
Couples Group
Workshop on Men's Issues
Workshop Women's Issues
Workshop on Black Women's Issues
Consultation to living units-dorms, fraternities,
sororities, communes, coops, etc. available on request

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SAM'S STORE
LEVI'S-DENIMS

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Bell Bottoms . .
Traditi'nals .. .
Button Flys
Super Slims .. .
Boot Jeans

.....8.50
....8.00
.....7.50
.....7.50
.8.00

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LEVI'S-CORDUROYS
(several colors)
Bells .............9.00
Slim Fits .........7.50
LEVI'S-DENIM JACKETS
Unlined ...........9.50
Lined .. . . . . . .13.50

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