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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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FOR RENT FOR RENT
EARN PART OF YOUR RENT as a live- FREE ROOM, close to campus, in ex-
in handyman. Work includes: basic change for babysitting. Possibly board
plumbing, carpentry, electrical, yard also for additional duties. 761-6095.
work, snow removal, etc. Amt. nego- 53015
tiable. Interested parties contact Tom- -
Jahnke, 631 S. Forest, No. 11. 761- GRADUATE Ms. wanted to share house.
1840 anytime. 80014 Own room. Oct. 1. Days call Oksana,
I 764-7197. 17014
CAMPUS: 2-bedroom, 2-person apart-
ment $200/mo. 761-1932, 92C15nA SLEEPING ROOM S
Downtown Ann Arbor. Men only.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

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NEED AN APT. AND/OR ROOMMATES?
Meet Your
Matchmakers
Ellen and Karen will help you with
your selections.

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Inquire: 110' N. Fourth Ave., or call
761-5846 for appointment.
If no response call 485-8075.
5901

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Fall
Ef iciences,
ern build
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call 769-8
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CHARTER REALTY
1335 S. University
665-8825

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1-BEDROOM, unfurnished, 426 S. Divi- COLLEG
sion. Single male or couple preferred.
Applications accepted Monday, Sept
25. 10 a.m. Shown then. 29014 FE
711 ARCH ANN A
Modern, furnished, two-bedroom apt.P
w/AC, dishwasher, carpeting, balc.
769-0907. 54C17
HAVE HOUSE, WILL SHARE
Two rooms available.
Call 665-6520 U
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ROOM, BOARD, fringe benefits for ef- I
ficient female housekeeper. 426-4311
60E15
S.
LAST ONE
Quiet modern fully furnished 1-bdrm. 5M
apt., 1040 S. Main, across from U-M
Stadium. Convenient bus service to
campus. 662-2952. No pets. 40C19;
1, 2 and 3 BEDRM. modern (furnished) Furnishe
apts. near campus. $180-$300. 12 mo. recreati
lease. 915 South Division. Call 662- weekly
0651 or 663-6549. 32C21'
Fu
HELP! 0
Will switch sunny attic 1-bedroom
apt. (S. Forest and Oakland) for one
that allows pets. $140/mo. 663-9479., Fu
22C14$7
On Campus-
S. Univ. and Church
Furnished 3 rms.--
responsible married couple WA
no pets
lease and security deposit WANTER:
$175 month somethin
662-1897 15C15 -_.-----L -
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1 and 2 BEDROOM furnished apart -__ -
ments for fall. $140-180I/mo. Short LOST: nea
leases available. Call 483-5812. Ypsi- colored w
lanti. 64017 20 lbs. W

NLEY ASSOCIATES
Rentals-Campus Area
1 and 2 bedrooms in mod-
dings and oloer houses, Stop
6 Church for our listings or
8520. cCtc
DETROIT
.NITURE RENTAL
aE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
fEE FAST DELIVERY
RBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
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N IVERSITY
TOWERS
University at Forest
minutes to classes-no
car needed.
8 month leases
>d apartments, heated pool,
Jon room, study lounge,
housekeeping.
rnished 3-man apts.,
00 1mo. per person
rnished 4-man apts..
5 /mo. per person
CoIl 761-2680
Cetc
ANTED TO RENT
Room in frat house or
g similar. 663-8672. 47L16
ST AND FOUND
ar Arb, male puppy. Sandy
with white markings, 4 mo.,
'earing red collar, no tags. If

STUDENT VIOLIN and case far super-
ior to new German models, $300. Call
769-9346 before 2 p.m. or after 11:30
p.m. 73X17;
- ---- - - - --- - - - -
SPEAKERS: Electro Voice SRO 15' orj
12". Reg. $109, now $69. Altec Lans-
ing 12" Guitar, reg. $98, now $49.1
JBL D130, reg. $108, now $89. Ann
Arbor Music Mart. 336 S. State. 769-!
4980. cX18
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments, historical and modern.
made and repaired. Lessons, music.
accessories. 665-8001. 209 S. State, 10-
7 p.m. eXtc
GERMAN-MADE. AM-FM STEREO.
table model, radio. Like new, good
sound. $40. 665-2439. 35X14
FLUTE and RECORDER LESSONS.
Music major with teaching experi-
ence. Reasonable rates. Call 763-0824.
31X17
BANJOS - Gibson, Vega, Ode-Baldwin,
Bacon, Gretsch, Harmony and Epe-
phone in stock. Also, dulcimer at $59
and mandolins at $29. Ann Arbor Mu-
sic Mart, 336 S. State. 769-4980. cX18
150 CLASSICAL RECORDS for sale. U.
Towers, 17L. 663-2257. 68X13
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB at 761-3932. eXte ,
REPAIR SERVICE
On all stereo components. 24 hour'
service on most units. SPECIAL
BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT: 20
percent'!OFF ON ALL REPAIRS with

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFiED RATES
WORDS 1 day 2 doys 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days add.
0-10 1.00 2.00 2.40 3.20 3 90 4.50 .55
11.15 1.15 2.30 2.90 3.90 4 80 5.60 .75
16-20 1.30 2.60 3 60 4.80 5.90 6.80 .85.
21-25 1.55 3.10 4.30 5.70 7.00 8.10 1.05
26-30 1.30 3.60 5.00 6.60 8 10 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 1 u.50 1.35
36-40 2.30 4.60 6.30 8.20 10.00 11.60 1.50
41 -45 2.55 5.10 6.95 9 00 10.95 12.70 1.65
46-50 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
INCHES
1 2.80 5.60 7.60 9 80 1 1.90 13.80 1.80
2 5.20 10.40 (465 19 10 23 45 27.60 360
3 7.40 14.80 21.10 27.60 34.00 40.20 5.40
. 9.40 18.80 26.95 35.30 43.55 51.60 7.20
5 11.20 22 40 32.20 42.20 52 10 61.80 9.00
N B.: Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines eauols 1 inch 5 words aer line

ROOMMATES WANTED
WHITMORE LAKE: Need one or two
men to share 3-bdrm. house. Rent
$180. Call 449-4398. 76Y17
THIRD WOMAN, prefer Sr. or Grad.
student. 8 month, modern, comfort-
able, good location. After 1 p.m. 663-
0386. 87Y17
LAW STUDENT seeks grad roommate
for modern two-bedroom apt., month-
to-month lease. Rent $85/mo. Phone
434-3454. 92Y19
LAW, MED or GRAD student to share
2-bedroom apt. $100/mo. Before noon
973-2398. 39Y18
HELP WANTED
2 DINNER MEN at Sigma Nu. Call
Tom, 761-7290. 74H17
BABYSITTER NEEDED Thurs. and/or
Fri., noon to 5, $1.50/hr., walking
distance from campus. 663-9885.
28H151
2 KITCHEN HELPERS for 11 meal jobs.
Call 761-6281, ask for Doug. 26H15
GIVE BLOOD. Don't forget. Blood
comes only from people. Save a life.
Donors compensated. Michigan Com-
munity Blood Center. 483-1894. 34Htc
YOUNG, energetic people needed to
work in health studio. Please call

H ISTORY MAJORS I
MASS MEETING THURSDAY, SEPT.
28 to organize for action in the dept.
We will elect History Undergraduate
Assn. officers and determine our pri-
orities. Participation is power! 7:30
p.m. in the UGLI Multipurpose Rm.
69P18
ARTISTIC ENDEAVOR
THE NEW YORK EROTIC FILM
FESTIVAL IS COMING UP. I am an
experienced cinematographer looking
for actors for a new approach to ero-
ticism. If you are willing and able
please call 426-4311. 61F15
CALL TRAVELERS
INSURANCE CO.
For automobile, apartment, ,and ma-
jor medical coverage. 663-3100. cFtc
MUSICIANS, POETS - Halfway Inn
wants you on its stage. You pass the
hat while we get you publicity. Call
Val, 764-8558. 27F15

PERSONAL

DOES YOUR GUN shoot straight? Join FOR ANSWERS to questions about art
U-M Rifle Club. Everyone welcome, techniques or local cultural events
Info call 665-8470. 77F18 write KALEIDESCOPE c/o Arts Edi-
---- - - ----- tor, The Michigan Daily. dFO9
INTERESTED in helping foreign stu-
dents? Volunteers needed as conver- WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
sation partners for English Language CALL BOB AT 761-3932 cFtc
Institute students. Meeting on Sept.
25. Call Candace Snyder, 662-1418. AUDIO UNIIMITED
85F15 SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY

PERSONAL

USED CARS

PETS AND SUPPLIES

1963 OLDS: reliable transportation $100. FREE: male tiger kitten, gray. 769-
or best offer. 665-5125. 71N16 9461. 51T15

All sound equipment (professional.
home, or car) and TV serviced (in 3
days or less) by F.C.C. Licensed tech-
nician. Phone 761-3878. 323 E. Hoover
St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 81X10
APPLICATIONS FOR the positions of-
editor, assoc. ed., and business mana-
ger of GENERATION-the University
inter-arts mag-are now being ac-
cepted. Inquire at Room 210B, Stu-
dent Publications Bldg. dFtc
WEDDING' INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional Style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
NEED A PLACE to work on your car
or cycle? Advice, tools, and space
available. WHEEL WORKS, 125 Depot.
769-8493. cF70
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-
4491. cFtc
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL-
everything needed to pass the FAA
written exam. Registration and first
session Mon., Sept. 25, 3080 E.E. at
6:30 p.m. For more information call
U-M Flyers, 769-6367 afternoons.
49F15

this ad.
DOUGLASS SOUND
311 E. Liberty
Call 761-HiFi

X20

'68 TRIUMPH Spitfire. Mechanically ex-
cellent, radials, new top, interior, no
rust. $750. 1-229-8001; 764-7442.
88N20
TRANSPORTATION bargains. $200 or
best offer. 665-6968. 91N16
'68 CAMARO, 327, 3-sp. console, AM-
FM tape. 761-6943 before noon, after
3. 93N15
TOYOTA Landcru iser wagon, 4-wheel
drive. Bought Nov. 1970. 11,000 mi.
AM FM. $2,500 firm. 764-3132 or 665-
8002 eves. 52N15
FOR SALE: 1968 Cougar. Anto. trans..
air, power steering, radio, clean. Ph.
761-4289 after 6 p.m. 57N18
GOOD BUY!
1966 OLDS CUTLASS
1966 Cutlass with low mileage, ex-
cellent cond. Call 761-4397 after 5 p.m.
55N15

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SPECIAL SALE
DYNA A-25 Speakers, $55 each.
DYNA A-1 O Speakers, $82 pair
Other DYNA components at great
savings.
BSR 310X with base, dust cover, and
Shure M-75, $44.
GARRARD 42MS with base, dust
cover, and M-75 cartridge, $55.
KOSS Pro 4AA, $44.
DOUGLASS SOUND, INC.
311 E. Liberty
Call 761-HiFi
(X14
PIONEER SX-1000 stereo receiver. 130
watts. AM-FM stereo with dynaquad
four channel adapter. $230 orbest
offer. 663-4746. 90X 15
DISCOUNTS on all Garrard turntables,
Shure cartridges and new Winltrop
components. Extra special Garrard
42MS with Shure cartridge. Now
$69.95. Component systems from $149.1
Ann Arbor Music Mart, 336 S. State.
769-4980. 9:30 to 6:30, and Mondays
till 9:00. eX18
Factory fresh complete stereo units and
'IVs CHEAP. Call 769-0212. 07X06j
For an INFORMAL DINNER at Guild
House, 802 Monroe, call 662-5189 by
Friday noon. Every week; this week!
an African dinner (Ghana), only $1.15
14F12
PIANO TUNING: Graduate, U-M; Tech-'
rmnician for National Music Camp. In-
terlochen. Martin Tittle, 769-0130.
62X12

* CLOSE TO CAMPUS
Modern Building
2-Bedroom Apts.
3 Man - $240
4-Man - $260
Special 2-Man Rate
ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
PROPERTY MGT. DEPT.
769-2800

- - know whereabouts of this little per-
son, please call 761-7391. 56A15
LOST: light tort. shell glasses. Call
Carol, 663-8334 anytime. 83A16
DOG LOST: 9 mos. old, reddish-brown
curly hair, very affectionate, answers
to BOSCH. Maud, 971-7438. Reward.
82A16
LOST: my big black book. Finder call
M. Jones, 662-0417. 75A15

1966 BARRACUDA. Powersteering, au-
tomatic. 8225.01 or best offer. 663-
4716 between 6 and 10 p.m. 04N14
VW BUS. 1964, 1500 eng., gas htr., new
inflr., runs good, $650.00. 769-2717,
after 5. 13N14
1967 FIAT 850 with 1970 engine. New
tires. $495. Call 665-0976 before 11 a.m.
19N14
'67 AUSTIN HEAIEY SPRITE. $300.
769-7647. 24N14
1967 VW CAMPER. New radial tires,
AM/FM radio, pop-top tent. Must sell
$1700 or best offer. 663-4195 or 663-
7918. 25N15
1969 PLYMOUTH FURY I, good cond.,
new tires, must sell. $600 or best
offer. 663-4195, 663-7918. 30N15
'62 PLYMOUTH. Runs very well. $150
or be st offer, Call Mike, 663-9283.
' 21N14
1965 CORVAIR. mech. excellent. Clean,
$300. Glencoe Hills, 2236, apt. 5. 971-
3071. 26N74
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
73R1NG YOUR TIT1,E

HELP! must nart w/young, 2 cats. Al-
lergy problems--ours, not the cats.
Warm, friendly, nice-looking male
and female. Take 1 or both. Call 764-
6160. 663-5938. 03T14
MERCHANDISE FOR RENT
TV and STEREO RENTALS-$10/mo.
No deposit. Free delivery, service and
pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SCHWINN 5-speed. $40. 409 E. Madison.
78Z14
BMW, 1971 R60/5, good cond. MUST
SELL! $1,450 or best offer. (1) 886-
6333 (Detroit). 36Z14
1970 650cc YAMAHA, excel. cond. Sacri-
fice. 662-8785. 41Z14
'68 YAMAHA 180, mint condition; low
mileage. elec. start. Many extras. 663-
5996. dZ18
1968 KAWASAKI 250. Good cond. $300.
761-0413. 58Z18
SUPER BUY!
SUZUKI 750. 1400 MILES
$900. 663-4152 between 9 and 5
11Z14
BICYCLE SPECIALISTS
MIKE KOLIN'S
CYCLING CENTER
325 E. Hoover-Ann Arbor
-3, 5, or 10-speeds
--$55 to $450
-Quality lightweights from Eng-
land, Switzerland, Italy, France
PLUS-
Guaranteed quality service and
r~epairs. 95214
1970 SUZUKI 250T6. Mint cond., 4500
mi. Call Bob, 761-3557. 59Z14
1968 TRIUMPH Boneville 650cc. $800.
Excellent condition. 665-4726 even-
ings. 82215
1968 SUZUKI 200ce, very good cond.,
$275. 761-9450 after 6 p.m. 93Z15
WE REPAIR all bicycle makes. 24 Hour
Service. R e n t a 1 s available. ALL
SPORTS. 518 W. Cross St., Ypsi. 483-
7194. cZtc
TRIUMPH, BSA, Norton Repairs -
Cheap rates, guaranteed. Jim, 769-
8493. cZ70 1

769-0995 for an appt. to be inter- - -- -
viewed. 42H16 UNION BILLIARDS and BOWLING
TIL 1 A.M. TONIGHT and SAT.
SUBLET _eF1
BABY SITTING in my west side home
HELP, MUST LEAVE ANN ARBOR - for football games, etc.-days! 761-3000.
attractive one-bedroom furnished Fd
apartment close to campus on Wal-
nut 769 6796. Ur ent. 63U171o,'7 AE U ITNTERETED i t rid-

nur .ov-oro . ge. . v
MISCELLANEOUS
PINBALL MACHINES: Do you want a
pinball game 'for your fraternity
house, apartment, business, etc.? Pro-
fit sharing lease plan available. Call
761-1932. 88M15
MEETINGS
PESC MEETING
Meeting Sept. 25 to determine PESC's
direction for this fall. Interested fa-
culty and students come at noon to
Room 126, East Quad. 83P15
PERSONAL
NEED A FRIEND? Have a kitten of
your very own - for free! Call 763-
6645. 59F15
IS YOUR one-and-only becoming a
drag? Master-Date matches you in
looks, personality, interests. Free
questionnaire. P.O. Box 1912, Ann
Arbor, 48106. 42F15
TO THE MARKLEY MAN who saw the
weird star Wednesday night: You're
not crazy-it really existed. The nice
astronomer in Flagstaff, Arlz., said
its name was/is Aldeboran. Teejay
and Jerry. dF16
WHY WALK FARTHER
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP
On State Street
Has a large selection of
LEVI JEANS
cF15
POTPOURRI International Saturday, 9-
12 p.m. Music, dancing, refreshments
at Rive Gauche, corner of E. Univ.
and Hill. Good place to meet people.
cF14

ation workshop, specialized counsel- VISIT Ann Arbor's only gem lab before
ing. 662-7818. 08F,16 you spend your money needlessly.
-- - Fine quality diamonds and low prices
BR I DGE i on all engagement and wedding rings.
1 Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
BEGINNERS: a thorough course de- 663-7151. cFtc
signed to teach and entertain you. 7 - --
p.m. every Tuesday. WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue Shield
INTERMEDIATES: a comprehensive prescription program. The Village
course for those who desire to im- Apothecary, cFtc
prove their skills at this game. Course - -
includes hours of team and dupli-
cate play. 9-11 every Tuesday. Cost
$15 for each course. 11 weeks, begin-
ning: Tuesday, Sept. 26. Place: SmallKy
Ballroom, 2nd fl. Mich. Union. For
information and advance registration
call Chuck at 663-7289. 21F15 Room m ate with

ing? English, dressage, and jumping
in all levels. Private lessons, training,,
and boarding. Fritz E. Weiss, former
German Cavalry School Member.
437-0352. 81F17:
OVER-EATING? Over-smokin ? Liber-

TENNIS LESSONS-Former UM player,
Country club pro, Individual orI
group. 665-4720. cFtc
GRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed, nights 8-
10. Lots of people, lots of fun, lots of
food. 4th floor Rackham. Everyone
welcome. 61F16
BUMPER STICKERS custom printedi
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio"485-0854 or 434-0055. cFtc
For answers to questions about art
techniques or local cultural events
write: KALEIDOSCOPE, c/o Arts
Editor, The Michigan Daily. dFll
BETHEL DAY CARE Center has open-
ings for children 21-5. Unstructured
enrichment program. 900 Plum, 663-
3800. 30F16

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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

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... . . -LOST: Pearl Ring of Sentimental value.
FULLER EAST APTS. 2 bedrm. apts. Reward,! Please call collect, 313-647-
w/air cond., storage, laundry rm., heat 5660. 86A15
and parking included. Ideal for doe-
tors, nurses, and grad students. Just LOST: 1 pr. glasses. Wed. noon near
one block from St. Jos. and U Hos- Museum. Please call Tom, 761-4020.
pitals. Call 663-6549. 21021 : 90A15

SEA WH AM REBUS
BERTPARKS P ORTO
S E N E A S T R L LE
SONGS ROSA LEOW
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SUMMIT--
HAM I LTON MGMT.
Fall Rentals
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW
BEING ACCEPTED FOR
EFFICIENCIES, 1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
Campus Locations
737 Packard
761 -8055
Ct
BARGAIN CORNER

FOUND: men's glasses, left side strong- TAPES--$3.29. Killer and contemporary
er, outside Angell Haill.Brown case, sounds on 8-track and cassette-Max-
sun vogues, spaceman. 769-4711 s well blanks from $1.65. Across from
67A5 Diag. Ann Arbor Music Mart. 336 S.
3^_ Stae. 769-4980. cX18'
LOST: small brown appointments book,
either on Lawrence, N. Division, City FMUSIC STRINGS & THINGS: offering
Hall area, Fifth St. or Liberty. Please fine acoustic instruments. Martin,
call Jerry at 665-7292 or 761-6650 or Gibson. Guild, Ovation, Gallagher,
leave mesasge. Reward: free HRP Gurian, and Grammer guitars. Ome.
button. Urgent! Thanks. dA14 Eagle banjoes.McSpadden Dulcimers,
Moeck recorders. Wide variety of
LOST: olive-green poncho, made in books. $10 percent discount on most
Guatamala, near Farmers Market, on things. 516 E. William. 668-9836. cXtc
Sat. 12:00/Reward/Call persistently, - -L O CENTER
764-7998. 09A15 FOLKLORE CENTER
Used and old stringed instruments. Re-
LOST: grey Persian kitten with white pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William,
stripe, female. 5 mos, old, Packard- above Campus Bike. 662-0381. xcXtc

Toyota Ann
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Division. 769-7393. 12A16
_'LOST: 1 pair gold wire rim glasses

SUPER -W1---1 [.
SUPER probably in black case with "House
of Vision" on it. Reward. Call 769-
Garage Sale 1352 after 7 p.m. weekdays. 14A16
2 new Schwinn 5-speeds, organs, TVs,....--..........--
vac. clean., phono, bks., coric bks., FOUND: female German Shepherd pup-
records, speakers, guitar, sewing ma- py, about 2 months old. Vicinity of
chine, antiques, clothes furn. dishes,: Division and Jefferson. Call after 5
cameras, etc. Sat.-Sun., Sept. 23-24. p.m. 769-9329. dA14
2849 Fernwood (btw. Platt & Carpenter)

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10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Following weekend if rain.
16W14
EVERYTHING NEW for fall is at Get
Frocked, 211 S. State. Warm wool
ponchos in several styles and colors.
Lambskin coats with fur inside and
suede outside. New dresses, smocks,
blouses and shirts arriving daily.
Come see us! Open 10-6 Mon. thru
Sat., 10-9 Fri. cWtc
SA'S STORE
LEVI'S-DENIMS

Bell Bottoms.....

8.50

Traditionals .......8.00
Button Flys .......7.50
Super Slims .......7.50
Boot Jeans . ... 8.00
LEVI'S - CORDUROYS
(several colors)

LOST: small brown appointments book
either on Lawrence, N. Division, City{
Hall area, Fifth St. or Liberty. Please
call Jerry at 665-7292 or 761-6650 or
leave message. Reward: free HRP
button. Urgent. Thanks! dA14
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Honda 1968. Cheap. Call Al,
at 662-7521. dB15
GARAGE SALE SPECTACULAR
Tables, rugs, chairs, desk, kitchen-
ware, glassware, books, shelving, va-
cuum cleaner, tableware, pair skis
from 1920's. Sat., Sept. 23, 10 a.m.-
5 p.m. 3541 Larchmont Drive, on East
Side in Glacier Highlands. Take
Green Road south off Plymouth, 3rd
left. 68B14
ONE MARTIN D28 GUITAR. Excellent
condition. Hard shell case included.
662-6726. 64B15
BEAUTIFUL, modern sofa/love seat.
Green, crushed velvet. 3 mo. old.
$1,050 value. Must, will sacrifice.
763-6207. dB 17
1972 HONDA CL-100: 700 mi., $435.
Leather overcoat, size 40, $65. Bed.
$40. 761-0329. 48B15
WE'RE MOVING
Selling Magnavox Danish modern TV/
hi-fi combination, 3-pc. sectional
studio couch, other furn.---all excel-
lent cond. Antiques: chairs, Haviland
china, crystal. Cameras, lamps, hquse-
hold goods, garden tools, luggage. Fur
coat and stole. Many unusual items!
2117 Medford, Fri.-Sat.-Sun., 9 a.m.-
8 p.m. 65B14
REFRIGERATORS: perfect for your
room. $95 delivered. 761-1932. 71B315
MOVITNG TO' AA SWA: oseod

APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretsch, Slingerland. Priced-
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.1
cXtc
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,)1
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin,,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc
GUITAR SALE: Visit the largest se-
lection in the midwest. Martin D-18
with free DeArmond pickup and Gro-
ver keys $349. Guild F312 12-str., now
$349. Guild D-44 reg. $415, now $335.
Guild D-40, now $335. Harmony jum-
bo soveriegns, reg. $129, now $99. Ya-
maha Guitars all in stock from $69.
FG 140 jumbo folk, now $124. Ori-
ginal Dobro reg. $400, now $299. Gib-
son B-20 folk guitar reg. $295. now
$199. Gibson Dove, $249rused. AnnnAr-
bor Music Mart, 336 S. State. 769-
4980. Across from Diag, 9:30 to 6:30;
and Mondays till 9:00. cX18r
BUSINESS SERVICES
SEWING and Alterations. 666-6479.
89J17
TRIANGLE NURSERY SCHOOL has
openings for 4 year olds. On campus
near Univ. bus route. Call 663-66971
or 665-2733. 18J17
PROFESSIONAL LITERARY SERVICES.:
edi mg, writing, re-writing, draftingj
from data, books, special projects of
any size. Box 2, Michigan Daily.
72J16
'IYPING DONE in my home. Reason-
able rates. Jerri. 761-4323. 70J16
CONCISE professional resumes written
to your specifications. $15 up. 761->
2879. 73J17
SPECIFIC or generalized job resumes
professionally written, $15 up. 761-
2879. 74J17
CAR SERVICES, ACCESS.
DISCOUNT TOWING: no one tows for
less. 24 hrs. 769-4723. 72519
A FINER PLACE to get your foreign
car fixed. Cheap rates, fully guar-E

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Middle Ages:
Rom.
5 Sounds from an
angora.
0 Oriental nurse.
.4 Humurous slang
suffix.
5 Garret.
6 Asiatic desert.
7 European
industrial area.
8 Horned animal.
0 An ocean.:
2 Left
someone
stranded.
3 Secular.
4 Green
5 Bra.
8 Moderates.
3 Yee, -
5 Slater of Castor,
6 College in Ceda
Rapids.
7 Type of monster
8 Loafer.
0 Rodent of South
America.
.1 Where Panjim is
2 River to the
Caspian.
3 City in Texas.
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56 Paradise.
52 Help out.
55 Finically.
59 Best seller by
i Lampedusa.
61 Hipbones.
62_- and void.
63 Contest, Western
style.
64 Esau's father-in-
law.
65 But.
66 Subjects for
calendars.
67 Went to the
bottom,
DOWN
I Western
tableland.
2 Suffix used pluto,
thee, etc.
3 Fuel.
4 Arm of the Pa-
r cific,. E. of
Australia.
5 Cuban poet and
patriot (1853-95).
h 6 Set of moral
values.
S. 7 Connected with
the ear.
8 Come in first.
9 Baseball item.
10 007 and
colleagues.
11 Filipino.
12 Eastern name.
13 Listen! -
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19 Parts of horse-
shoes.
21 Man's nickname.
24 ,_farewell.
25 Noted English.
American
organist.
26 Bermuda

27 Senator
Stevenson.
29 City in N.
France.
30 Florida citrus
city.
31 Kind of point.
32 Banquet.
34 Address book.
39 Gloomy.
40 Supplies in
abundance.
42 Decree.
44 Part of Yemen.
46 Coolish.
47 More esteemed.
51 Pranks: Colloq.
52 --time.
53 Avoid con.
sistently.
54 Persuade:
Colloq.
55 Modern art
movement.
56 "Dies irae, dies
57 Social beast.
58 Pull a tooth.
60 He wrote "To
Helen."
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hand.
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Because that's where the drunk driver's victims wind up.
Drunk drivers are involved in at least 25,000 deaths and 800,000
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