THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, September 20, 1972
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 20, 1972.
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WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond sales
in Ann Arbor. Find out why. Austin
Diamon, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
AFRICA TRAVEL: Lowest fares avail-
able all seasons. Write, Africa Travel
Club Inc. Box 1002 Ellicott Station,
Buffalo, New York 14205. 29F29f
PRIVATE FLUTE LESSINS: with ex-
perienced senior music major. Call
Showing of the film
"Only the Strong!"
Help organize for. a '72 Republican!
JOIN COLLEGE REPUBLICANS!
Thursday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m.
ASSEMBLY HALL, HICHIGAN UNION
"The Barbwire Theatre is gaining ac-
claim across America and playing to
packed houses with a gutsy portrayal
of prison life."
-Sydney Sun Herald
TONIGHT - 8 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM .$1.50
DRUMMER looking to join or form
50's-type Rock and Roll group. Any-
body interested please call Rick, 761-
4281. Thanks. 55F12
SEE "THE CAGE"
"I would go to prison for the right
to say what it is saying . ."
-Clive Barnes, N.Y. Times
TONIGHT - 8 P.M.
DO YOU HAVE an unused driveway?
I need to rent a parking space in
the William and Division area. 663-
W8UM HAM Radio Club Meeting Wed.,j
9/20, 7:30 p.m. 4524 E.E. Call 769-1
For answers to questions about art
techniques or local cultural events!
write: KALEIDOSCOPE, c/o Arts
Editor, The Michigan Daily. dF11;
SEE STEVE MIZERAK, JR. I ANNOUNCING a series of workshop/
SEITV IZRK R seminars on interdisciplinary or al-
FREE POCKET BILLIARD ternative career opportunities: Wed-
EXHIBITION nesday nites, 7:30 p.m. in Lecture
MON., OCT. 9, UNION BALLROOM
cF2 Room No. 2 MLB.
___ Sept. 20-Higher Education-Who Needs
It (CBS Documentary Film)
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES Sept. 27-The BGS Degree in theFirst
LAST CHANCE! SIGN UP NOW. Two Years of Operation-A Status
OPEN 11 a.m. UNION LANES Report (Associate Dean Charles Mor-
PLEASE HELP ME FIND THE NEEDLE Oct. 4-Women's Stuides (Women's Ad-!
IN THE HAYSTACK. U.M. grad. 24, vcate Office)
seeks old-fashioned woman. Must be ;Oct. 11-Opportunities in Environ-
warm, sincere, affectionate, loving, metlEuainIDe uwg
kind, loyal, unselfish and emotion- School of Natural Resources)
ally mature. If you are such a person Oct. 18-The Institue of Public Policy
write Box391, Belleville, Mich., 48111. People interested in helping to make
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NEED A PLACE to work on your car
or cycle? Advice, tools, and space
available. WHEEL WORKS, 125 Depot.
BABY SITTING in my northwest side
3home for football games, etc.-days!
WEAVING CLASSES - Instruction in,
construction of handlooms. Begin
Sept. 18. 8 weeks, $35. B.F.A. instruc-
tor. 662-2217. 89F06
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
1209 S. University, 663-7151
SPECIAL SALE Men's 26" English 3-
speeds. $69.50. All Sports, 518 W. Cross,
Ypsi 483-7194. cF16
WATERBEDS: Buy directly from manu-
facturer and save. Aquarest, Inc. 33
Staebler Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 769-
Get to know the toof
yoube fore you bcome
the three of you.
Get to know what you both really like.
What you both really want out of life.
Get to enjoy your freedom together until you both
decide you want to let go of a little bit of it.
But make it your choice.
Research statistics show that more than half of all
the pregnancies each year are accidental. Too many
of them, to couples who thought they knew all about
family planning methods.
Get to know how the
two of you don't have to
become the three of you.
Or the four of you. Or...
For further information, write Planned Parenthood,
Box 431, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. jY _
njame with Linda Fink in 1223 Angell
Showing of -the film
'Only the Strong!"
Help organize for
a '72 Republican victory.
JOIN SOLLEGE REPUBLICANS!
Thursday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m.
ASSEMBLY HALL, MICHIGAN UNION
WANT TO MAKE A DEAL? For large
wine orders try us. The Village Apo-
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio 485-0854 or 434-0055. cFtc
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB AT 761-3932 cFtc
YOU'VE READ ABOUT
A limited supply of our unique Mc-'
Govern-Eagleton T-shirts still avail-
able at $2.50 each! Other Democratic
originals also. Idea Grafiks, 311 E.
Liberty, 761-1020. 87F13
BETHEL DAY CARE Center 'has open-!
ings for children 22-5. Unstructured
enrichment program. 900 Plum, 663-
LEARN THE DIFFERENT GAME
FREE POCKET BILLIARDS
THURSDAY, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. UNION
Food bought cooperatively
Ann Arbor Peoples Produce Co-op
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
All sound equipment (professional,
home. or car) and TV serviced (in 3
days or less) by FC.C. Licensed tech-
nician. Phone 761-3878. 323 E. Hoover
St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 81X10
GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe: Friday
noon luncheons, other special lunch-
eons advertised in Michigan Daily:
counseling, retreats, center facilities
(good piano, etc.) Firday 6 p.m. In-
ternational Dinners (reservation $1.15,
call 662-5189). 16F12
MASTER DATES: A personalized dating
service. No computers-we process
your questionnaire and match you
with the perfect date. Guys: $3 per
date; Girls: $1 per date (money re-
funded if not matched). Send now
for a free questionnaire. Box 1912,
Ann Arbor, 48106. 70F11
KATHY! Don't sit home Saturday
nights. $15 will get you some SAT-
FOR ANSWERS to questions about art
techniques or local cultural events
write KALEIDESCOPE c/o Arts Edi-
tor, The Michigan Daily. dFO9
HELP WHISKEY push her ball-sell
Ius your unused football coupons.
Call 663-0591, ask for Trudy. 21F06
"LICK DICK IN '72"-Bumpersticker,
50c. From: S-T Mail Order, Box 1885,
Ann Arbor, 48106. 94F12
TENNIS LESSONS-Former UM player,
Country club pro, Individual or
group. 665-4720. cFtc
DEMOCRATIC LUNCH Box Forum. Hal
Smith. "The Bike Route to Urban
Mobility." Tuesday noon. Michigan
Union basement. Dining room 3.
GRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed. nights 8-
10. Lots of people, lots of fun, lots of
food. 4th floor Rackham. Everyone
-------- -------...--------- URDAY NIGHT INSURANCE. 663-
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with stimulating topics and speakers APPLICATIONS FOR the positions of
while you eat. 12-1 p.m. 12F12 editor, assoc. ed., and business mana-
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amplifier. Call 439-1463. 19X13 cepted. Inquire at Room 210B, Stu-
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Children by choice. Not chance.
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EVERY FLIGHT INCLUDES: *FULL DINNER WITH WINE *CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
*COMPLIMENTARY OPEN BAR *COMPLIMENTARY SNACKS *CANCELLATION PRIV-
. STUDENT YOUTH FARES AS LOW AS $213 ROUND
TRIP FROM NEW YORK TO LONDON..
ILEGES *DEPOSIT HOLDS SEAT
CHRISTMAS AND SPRING FLIGHTS:
Fit. No. Dates
Det/Spa i n/Det
If you prefer student/youth fares to charters, Students International
will bok you on the carrier, dates and route of your choice. We will
GUARANTEE you the lowest possible fares. We will confirm your
booking and give you a FREE European Trip Guide, American Express
Money Survival Kit, and flight bag.
THE FOLLOWING TRAVEL SERVICES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE:
* Students International's 40-page European Trip Guide (Free),
" Car and Motorcycle Rental, Leasing, and Purchase.
" Travelers' Insurance: Air Fare, Medical, Baggage.
" Travel Library, Language Books, and Maps for use or purchase.
" Passport Applications and Vaccination Certificate Forms.
" Intra-European Charter Flights and Transportation Schedules,
" Eurail and Britrail Passes.
" Hostel, Hotel Bookings.
" Reception Programs.
No. 1 SPAIN
* Round trip jet flight Det/Malaga/Det on DC-8 with open bar and
" Transfers and baggage handling between airport and hotel.
" Double accommodations at the all-new Camino Real Hotel situated
on the beach of the Mediterranean.
* Breakfast and lunch or dinner daily.
* Welcome Sangria party.
" Fully staffed tour desk with optional excursions available.
" All taxes, tips, and gratuities included.
No. 2 NASSAU
" Round trip jet flight to Nassau from Detroit with open bar and
The University Activities Center
ing a variety of student needs. *ln addition to travel, UAC sponsors
TRAVEL FOR 14 YEARS. Students International began seven years
ago as an independent chartering company based on a simple pre-
mise: Uniting different groups of students through responsible school
organizations could result in savings at each school. SI currently op-
erates with 77 universities in the Midwest and East, UAC and SI united
three years ago in a joint effort to provide students with the most
responsible, comprehensive and best travel at the least available cost.
In addition to chartering planes, both scheduled and supplemental,
at the lowest possible cost, UACYSI provides extensive travel services
is a service organization
Daystar, Homecoming Activities, etc.
*IT HAS BEEN SPONSORING
SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM DETROIT TO EUROPE:
Fit. No. Dates
with your needs as the determining factor.
The services have been
Transfers and baggage handling between airport and hotel.
A choice of three hotel packages ranging from budget accommo-
dations at the Gleneagles to a medium priced program at the Mon-
tagu Beach Hotel, to a luxury program at the Balmoral Beach Hotel
All taxes, tips, and gratuities included.
Optional meal plan available.
developed over the past 20 years by SI and the National Student
Travel Bureaus in various Eastern and Western European countries.
Like UACI/Sl, these non-profit organizations, all affiliated with their
national unions of students, exist solely to develop and provide bud-
get travel programs and facilities to their own. students as well as to
visiting students from other countries. Last year alone SI flew 20,000
passengers to various places in the U.S. and abroad and in cooper-
ation with UAC transported 2500 U of M students to six continents
using scheduled and supplemental charters with group rates.
This year UAC SI will be presenting Ski Programs, Spring Trips to
Nassau, Spain, Mexico, as well as its annual and extensive European
Program. We invite you to stop in at our offices at any time for
travel information you may need. Further, we invite your participa-
tion in our Comprehensive Program designed with the needs of you,
the student, in mind.
also . . . plans for trips to Jamaica and Mexico.
ONE-WAY available on each plane up to the legal limit of 5 percent
per plane load.
Per seat price is pro-rata share of the total charter cost, subject to increase or decrease
depending upon total number of participants, as per CAB regulations. OPEN ONLY TO
FAC'I, TY cTAFF ZTIIr c eqAM) AAFMAI, AMc III ,cS P TK I IKIC ,CITV
SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM NEW YORK TO EUROPE: