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

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
WOd S I doy 2 dos 3 days 4davs 5 doys 6 doys 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 1.80 3.60 5.00 6.60 8.10 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 1lu.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 11.90 13.80 1.80
2 5.20 10.40 14.65 19 10 23 45 27.60 3.60
3 7.40 14.80 21.10 27.60 34.00 40.20 5.40
4 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
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Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
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HELP WANTED
GOOD TYPIST NEEDED approx. 20 W
hrs./wk. 764-0353 before 5. 53H22
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FREE UNIVERSITYT
Learn through sharing your ideas,
talents, skills with other interested
people. To be listed in Free U. cata-
log or for further info:-
CALL 761-3241 after 7 p.m.
27H24
S- - - -. ~ 2
DYNAMIC LEAD SINGER wanted for
rock band. Call 769-4213. 45H24
RAMADA INN on Fourth St. needs per--
manent and part-time maids. Apply 2
Mrs. Ramsey, Housekeeper. 731122
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Bassett hound puppy, tC-color-
ed,answers to name Lucius. Reward.
Call 761-1326. 88A22
SIAMESE CAT, male, missing from Pon-
tiac Trail vicinity. Please call 662-
2440. 91A24
LOST: Hill-S. Forest area, loveable
black, curly-haired dog. Reward.
Please call 769-5041. 85A24
FOUND: Siamese seal-point, campus
area, male, about 1 yr. 663-1392.
dA24t
FOUND: Man's watch, between Chem.
Bldg. and Barbour, Wed. afternoon
(5:10). Describe. 763-3426 between 8-
5 p.m. Ask for Gladys or Joyce. dA24
LOST: small dog, -male, black, some
brown. Very friendly. Wearing col-
lars. Call 769-0716. Reward. 96A27
LOST WALLET: Keep the money but I
need the id and cards. A. Bier-call
761-0432. No questions asked. dA24
REWARD for my cat. Big, long hair,
white, orange spots, and tail. Friend-
ly neutered male, my friend for 4
years. 769-8237. 56A22

MISCELLANEOUS
NANTED: 4-piece band, Dec. 2, after-
noon wedding. $125. 485-0608 eves.
00G23
RIANGLE NURSERY SCHOOL has op-
enings for 4 year olds. On campus,
near Univ. bus route. Call 663-6697 or
665-2733. 18M23
FOR RENT
BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS, beautifully
furnished 1-bdrm., includes TV, new
appliances, already installed phone,
$190/mo. 662-1032. 90024
GIRLS WANTED to take over Univer-
sity lease at Oxford House. Call Mar-
sha or Sheila Trathen after 6 p.m.
Phone 764-7924. 87026
LOSE TO CAMPUS APT. 2-man, 2-
bdrin., modern conveniences, parking.
Immeriate occupancy. 761-5785, 763-
6715. 52C21
ALBERT
TERRACE
Just two apts. left in this excellent
apt. building. If you are looking for
a true "home away from home" then
you'll love Albert Terrace. Full-Time
Resident Manager.
Call Jeanne at
761-1717
for rental information
eCtc
STRATFORD APTS.
Only 2 left, modern 2-bedroom, 4-
man, located near A&D, Bus. Ad.,
Ed., Engineering, and Law Schools.
Featuring:
-COMFORTABLE FURNISHINGS
.-BALCONY or PATIO
-FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS
-WOOD PANELLING
-PETS
-4, 8, and 12 MONTH LEASES
-ROOMMATE SERVICE
From $240/mo. 631 S. Forest, No. 11
761-1840 anytime. Mention this ad
when renting _ and receive a free
barbecue for the balcony. 83C22

USED CARS WANTED TO BUY
1970 MGB, good shape. Call after 6:00. NEED BACKPACK annd down bag,
483-6368. 75N271 good quality. Ken, 663-5395. 76K23
'66 FORD SUPERVAN for sale. Call aft- TICKETS to Dancers of Mali Concert
er 5, 429-4757. 77N25 wanted. Call John after 6 p.m. at
662-6161. 46Q22
168 TRIUMPH GT-6, exc. engine and -
body, tuned, radials,. dark blue. \Must WANTED: second-hand canoe. Call
sell. Todd, 487-2125. 64N23 764-6959. 61K241
'66 MUSTANG, good cond., new parts. MERCHANDISE FOR RENT
Best offer. 769-7368. 86N23
TV and STEREO RENTALS-$10/mo.
1959 VW, radial tires. Best~ offer. 663- No deposit. Free delivery, service and
9482. 90N21 pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR! HELP WANTED
TOP $$$ - -
BRING YOUR TITLE Need a temporary lob? Register with
ARBOR GIRL - ARBOR MAN
Toyota Ann Arbor Senior typists stenographers, eneral
9 N. M a i n 1labor. 1945 Pauline, 761-5252. 99H24
90 7 N M n- - - -

FOR RENT
IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY
Still a few quality apts. left in ex-
cellent on-campus locations.
Charter Realty
S. University at Washtenaw j
665-8825
cCtc
MODERN 3 BDRM, balconies, parking.
525 Walnut No. 13, Charter 665-8825.
07C2C
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
FREE FAST DELIVERY G
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
cCtc
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
CCtc
UNIVERSITY l
TOWERS
S. University at Forest
5 minutes to classes-no
car needed.t
8 month leases
Furnished apartments, heated pool,
recreation room, study lounge,
weekly housekeeping.
Furnished 3-man apts.,
$1001 mo. per person
j Furnished 4-man apts.,
$75 mo. per person
Call 761-2680

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED to Boston, Oct. 4 or I
anytime. Share all, 665-6807. ' 18G22
28 YR. OLD MALE wants mature fe-I
male companion to share driving and
expenses to San Fran via Vancouver,
Seattle. Leave Nov. 1, Box 1, Michi-
gan Daily. 48G22I
ROOMMATES WANTED
FEMALE GRAD or working girl: own
room in large, furnished and car-
peted 2-man apt. on North Campus.
$95 a month. Call Carol persistently
at 761-4043. 98Y24
LAW STUDENT SEEKS roommate for
large two-bedroom apt. four mi. fromj
campus off Washtenaw. Rent $85/mo.
Phone 434-3454. 93Y26
SUNSHINY APARTMENT, female room-
mate, own room. 761-4736. 55Y25E
SUBLET: one man needed to share
large apartment, includes own bed-
room, parking, laundry facilities, bus
service. $112/mo., rent negotiable.
Contact Bob V., 665-7240 9-5:30 or
761-6718 after 6. 62Y22
TICKETS1
ONE WONDERFUL TICKET to the
Navy game for sale. Call Dave at 662-
3429 eves, 764-0560 days. dQ26
WANTED-2 tickets to Michigan-Mich-
igan State game: 764-4080. 69Q26
UM Zoo honor grad would like to tutor,
babysit, do lawn work, wash walls,
type, or other misc. Can give refer-
ences. Call Russ, 662-3675. 47022
HAVE 2 pairs of MSU tickets. Section
24, inside 40-yard line. 769-1475.
dQ22
NEED THREE SEATS next to each
other for Michigan-Michigan State I
game. Call Larry at 482-4233. 81Q26
NEEDED: 2 or more tickets together for
MSU. 761-1234. 64Q2F
WANTED TO BUY - Two tickets to
Michigan-MSU game. Call 662-4736 d
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE SEEKS country home to share,
preferably north or east of AA. 434-
3259. dL21
SINGLE ROOM wanted in house on
campus or in the country. Call JimI
381-6417. 12L21
DESPERATE: need basement with light
and heat for myself and dog, for pa-E
prox. 4 mos., $50-65/mo. Jack, 761-
5746, after 5 663-8747, or leave mes-I
sage. 11L23
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1970 DUNSTALL NORTON, custom
paint, 7,000 miles. Must sell, best
offer. 763-6812. 94Z26

BOWLING: Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat. 1
Michigan Union. Oct. cF24
PEANUT BUTTERand Jelly Lunch ev-
ery Wednesday, 15c. 1018 Angell.
44F22
BRIDGE
TODAY-last time to enter' UAC fall
classes. Beginners ad intermediates.
$15 for 11 weeks course. 7 p.m., Mich.
Union. 36F22
WHY WALK FARTHER ?

PERSONAL

GET YOUR

ILEVI'S TRUST-BUSTING Strategy, Economics
Prof. Geoff Shepherd. Democratic
Lunch Box Forum. Tuesday noon, Mi-
ATchigan Union Cafeteria. Dining Room
3. 42F22
EWILD'S-- - - - --
WILDSHOGRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed, nights
VA RSITY SHOP 8-10. Lots of people, lots of fun, lots
cFtc of food. 4th floor Rackham. Everyone
welcome !68F70
FREE BILLIARD INSTRUCTIONS CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
TF24 For automobile, apartment, and ma-
jor medical coverage. 663-3100. cFtc
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED yt ihs~~~'~~~ ~~~~~
HAE YU CNSrIERD youth rights MUSICIANS, POETS --, Halfway Inn
In the minorities struggle? Ozone wnsyuo t tg.Yups h
House's first orientation session for wants you on its stage. You pass the
new workers will be October 10. hat while we get you publicity. Call
79F22 Val, 764-8558. 27F15
SPECIAL RATES FOR COUPLES WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
TUESDAYS: 11 a.m.-12 mid. ditional Style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
MICHIGAN UNION BILLIARDS U-M BOWLING 1 p.m. today. Michigan
cF22 Union Lanes. cF15
COMMUNITY DANCE sponsored by the UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
Ann Arbor Gay Liberation Front andI winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
the Human Rights Party. Friday, Oct. stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. tuc
6, 8:00 p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg. dio, 484-0854 or 434-0055. ctc
on Old Forest Ave., near Palmer Field.IF
Everyone welcome. Information, 761- or answers . to questions about art
2044. 81F25 techniques or local cultural .events
------write: KALEIDOSCOPE, c/o Arts
POCKET BILLIARD EXHIBITION Mon. Editor, The Michigan Daily. dFll
4 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. Steve Mizerak
U.P. Open '0, '71, '72, Union Ball- AUDIO UNLIMITED
room, admision free, cFM6 SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
All sound equipment F(professional,
GAY LIBERATION open meeting, Tues. home, or car) and TV serviced (in 3
Oct. 3, 8 p.m., Union, South Wing, days or less) by F.C.C. Licensed tech-
3rd floor Conference Room. Discus- nician. Phone 761-3878. 323 E. Hoover
sion topic: "Gay People in Gay Bars". St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 81X10
86F22 ~ ~~ ~
-- *~ 86 NEED A PLACE to work on your car
THE U-M PHILHARMONIA ORCHES- or cycle? Advice, tools, and space
TRA, conducted by Joseph Blatt, pre- available. WHEEL WORKS, 125 Depot.
sents Wagner, Mozart, Brahms, Wed., 769-8493. cF70
Oct. 4. 95F23
TEND TO FORGET YOUR PILL? The
FREE ROOM, BOARD, benefits for ef- Village Apothecary fills prescriptions
ficient female housekeeper. 426-4311 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Keep your pres-
66E23 cription on file here, cFtc
SKI ASPEN-6 days, Dec. 16-23. $270. RESERVE an appointment and learn
Contact M. Parent, Oakland Commu- the facts about diamonds so your
nity College, 852-1000. 71F41 engagement ring purchase will be
worth your while and a unique ex-
CRISIS INTERVENTION or Crisis pre- perience. Austin; Diamond, 1209 S.
vention? Solutions should be antici- University, 663-7151. cFtc
pated not sought after the crisis. -.
Ozone House's first orientation ses- INTRO-ACT-Weekly and aweekend per-
sion for new workers October 10. sonal *growth groups; using encounter,
78F24 Gestalt sensitivity techniques. 663-
_..- 7616. 85F76
TWO UNDERGRADS need to i t eriew

PERSONAL
EXCELLENT OFFER - 1971 VW Bus
with only 23,000 miles. Wall-to-wall
thick carpeting, curtains, AM-FM ra-
dio. Must sell soon. $2,000, but will
go lower if necessary. Call 769-6273.
dF22
WATERBEDS: Buy directly from manu-
facturer and save. Aquarest, Inc. 33
Staebler Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 769-
4491. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
crtc

PERSONNEL SYSTEMS AGCY.
cNtc FOUND: tan male puppy, near Frieze
ADMIN. ASST., creative position, cler- lg 6-33bfr . d2
ical skills needed, $600 fee paid. Bldg. 754-0353 before 5.dA23.
BOOKKEEPER, full charge, $600 plus,. C VfC Arr

FOR SALE

---------- fee paid.
UIHER 4400 TAPE RECORDER with ! OFFICE ASST., insurance background
mike. Nikkormat FTN with fl.4 lens. helpful, $550-650.
Nikon 135mm telelens. Call Tom. 769- INDUSTRIAL NURSE, clerical skills
1424 evenings. 70B23. helpful, $700 fee paid.
SAMOYED PUPPIES:beautiful,_AKCMTST, afternoon shift, benefits.
SAMOtED PUPPIES: beautiful, AKC, SECRETARIES
shOts, $150. 663-7228. 57B25 EXECUTIVE, informal office, $600-700'
OSCAR4 SCHMIDT 15-key autoharp. $35. Ifee paid.
761-3932. Bt GENERAL, dept. head needs able asst:,
761-332. ctc $3W-525 fee paid.
LUDWIG DRUM SET, microscope,° wa- MEDICAL, energetic person will work
terbed. All ere. cond. 769-7842. 24B23 with patients, $6-7,000.
PERSONNEL, will interview and super-,
GOLD SECTIONAL, 2-pes. 88 inches, vise, fee paid.
$25; drop-leaf table, 38x20, extends to 1945 Pauline
38x66, $20; portable 19" TV/stand, 761-5252 01H24
needs work, $30. 663-7086. 34B24MEDICAL TRANSCRIBERS: experienc-
PHOTO SUPPLIES ed, all shifts. Call Mr. Merlanti, 761-
PH TO SUPLES5252. 00H124
HONEYWELL auto/Strobonar 880, com- AGGRESSIVE young person interested
plete with accessories, like new. $100, in business and sales, either part-
665-5415 (evenings). 44D22- time through afternoons or full-time.
761-9431. Ask for Mrs. Colvin. cH24

CAK SERVIE, AC E .- - - -
-!- EARN PART OF YOUR RENT as a
DISCOUNT TOWING: no one tows for live-in handyman. Work includes: ba-
less. 24 hrs. 769-4723. 72S19 sic plumbing, carpentry, electrical,
-_yard work, snow removal, etc. Amt.
A FINER PLACE to get your foreign negotiable. Interested parties contact
car fixed. Cheap rates, fully guar- Tom Jahnke. 631 S. Forest, No. 11,
anteed. WHEEL WORKS, 769-8493. 761-1840 anytime. 82C22
ask for Steve. cS70 - - - - ----- ---- -
FULLER EAST APTS. 2 bedrm. apts.
BUSINESS SERVICES wair cond., storage, laundry rm., heat
and parking included. Ideal for doc-
tors, nurses, and grad students. Just
100 LARGEST CORPORATIONS survey- one block from St. Jos. and U Hos-
ed for effective job and resume hints, pitals. Call 663-6549. 21C21
$4 to Market R and D, Drawer 1227. it. a -.
Eau Claire, Wis. 54701. 31J24 AAA/1K11 FY ArC(-1 ATF,
M IV IIN LLE O I A J,.I' T ES

SEWING and Alterations, all sizes.
665-6479. 89J25
PASSPORT PICS
by experienced Daily photographer.
Fast and cheap. Come to the Daily
Wed. nite between 8 and 9. Ask for
Terry. dJ23

Fall Rentals-Campus Area
Efl iciences, 1 and 2 bedrooms in mod-
ern buildings and claer houses. Stop
in at 616 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520. cCtc
7 ROOM UPPER, $200, 5-room lower
$150. Rent together or separately. 20
ninutes from campus. 437-3790. 83C22
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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS- REPAIRS

MINOLTA SRT-101 with 55mm f1.7 &
28mm' f3.5 MO Rokkors and,85-205mm
f3.8. Vivitar. Filters, flash. custom
cas.e Reasonable package deal. 761-
3868. 47D22

TYPING DONE in my home. Reason-
GIVE BLOOD.- Don't forget. Blood able rates. Jerri. 761-4323. 48J22
comes only from people. Save a life.
Donors compensated. Michigan Com- TERMPAPERS professionally written.
munity Blood Center. 483-1894. 34Htc $3.25 per page. 761-2879. 26J30

People are not just the cause
of thepopulation problem!
They're also the victims.

Traffic jams. Overcrowded
schools. Inadequate housing.
Increasing unemployment.
Pollution. Almost any urban,
social and environmental
problem you can name is fast
becoming a nightmare.
And in one way or another
affects us all.
Of course, these problems
would still exist even if popula-
tion growth were zero, because
population growth is not their
basic cause. Therefore solving
them must obviously become
society's number one priority.
However, the pressures of an
ever-increasing population tend
to intensify our problen's. And
make them harder to solve.
(By the year 2000, Census
Bureau projections estimate
our population could grow close
to 300 million. That's about 100
million more people to house,
transport, educate, feed and
clean up after !)
This intensifying of problems
by sheer numbers of people can
also occur in individual house-
holds. For just as""too many
people" make society's problems
more difficult to solve, the
problems of raising a family
nmrp not m qdpeasierv when there

, R vv, Rfi w uf~~ka6need tointerview i- -
634. Downtown H onda 50conscientious objectors for Ameri: ASW
USED WURLITZER Spinet Organ. 665- can Studies 201. Call anytime,761-
6344. 42X24 Wenk's Sport Center 6390, Sara 74F25 T HI R
310 E. Washington_. - -...-.E
GARRARD 42MS turntable, includes Phone: 665-8637 E
free base and Shure cartridge, reg. 57Z31 PASSPORT TW S
$148, now $69. Quad stereo component PHOTOS: 764-8911 E
system $149. Hurry, limited quantities. 11970 KAWASAKI 250 moto/street, good RESUME N
Ann Arbor Music Mart, 336 S. State, cond., extras. 665-0715. 66Z23 ' 23F2I
769-4980, 9:30 till 6:30, Mon. till 9:00. -_---_-_-_--
cX24 3 SPEED girls bicycle. Excellent condi- BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
tion, $40.00. 665-2187. 68Z23 while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press 1217 A
PIONEER TURNTABLE and Shure M--------- ------~ Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc AL
91E cartridge. One year old. $70. Call CAUGHT without wheels? Call Smith Pn-TYPA
662-0481 before noon. 97X24 Bicycle Center, 541-8274 at 4141 W. WORKSHOP CLASSES-Begin Oct. 7
.- - - 12 Mile Rd. in Berkeley; 689-8866 at Photography/Arts/Crafts
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 3921 Rochester in Troy. We have | , The Art Works, Inc,
Unusual and ordinary instruments, Gran Prix at $119.95 and Liberias at 213%/ Main St. .A E
offered, made, repaired-also carved $134.95 IN STOCK. 54Z25 Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108 5 N 01,0
and inlayed. Accessories, lessons. 209 - -- --- _ 668-6244 (evenings and weekends) f N N
S. State, 665-8001. cXtc '68 TRIUMPH TROPHY 500, exc. cond., 63F25
--------- -- . -_ _- 3,800 mi. Must sell. Call 971-1503 any-
CONCORD CASSETTE RECORDER with time. 38Z24
AM/FM radio-used. Best offer. 668- -
7626. 60X23 WE REPAIR all bicycle makes. 24 Hour
Service. R e n t a l s available. ALL
TAPE DECK - Tandberg 3000X. Very SPORTS, 518 W. Cross St., Ypsi. 483-
new. 769-0425. 73X23 7194 cZtc
MUSICAL AMPLIFIER sales representa- TRIUMPH, BSA, Norton Repairs - CROSSW ORD P
tives wanted. Own hours, commission Cheap rates, guaranteed. Jim, 769-
only. Must have potential sales con- 8493. cZ70 Copr. 2 Gen'l Features Loip.
tacts. Apply in writing to: Gill Elec- --ACROSS faciendum.
tronics, 2004 Navaho Trail, Okemo PERSONAL 1 Purloined. 50 Netherlands
4 47 Hot Meat dish, commune. 1
TAPES: Save 35 percent, high quality GRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed. nights 8- 12 Person of little 51 Word with milk 1
8-track, 80 minute stereo tapes, with 10. Lots of people, lots of fun, lots ofwealth, or cream. 1
30 of the top country-western songs food. 4th floor, Rackham. New f14The.the2 Sets apart for a 1
or 25 of the top pop songs by actual uty welcome. 6723 Black." certain purpose
artists as listed in Billboard each 55Neatye2
month. Send for information today.f I WILL BABYSIT for you in my west 16 Alfresco. 55 Negative
Vic Dubay, 43600 Westridge Lane, side home for football games, etc.- 17 Set up, prefixes.
Northville. Mi. 48167. 49X26 days! 761-3000. . Fd 39 Bab el Mandeb 57 Strip as an 2
island. orange. 2
ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT to enter theFREE.n
SONY tape recorder $125; 12-string PIZZA CONTEST at M. PIZZA, Li- 20 Maine or 58 Ticket: Slang.
acoustic guitar $110; cheap 6-string terty at Division. 84F22 Vermont in Paris. 62 Military courier. 2
guitar $10. 6637086. 33X24 22 Flying toy. 64 Former name of 2
TEAC 1230 Tape Deck, $250. 1-456-7692. : BARGAIN CORNER 3 23 Eric and Leif. the Mariana
'93X22_____________- j 26 Cassowary's Islands. 2S
- ~ ~ ~ VERYTHING NEW for fall is at Get - cousin. 66 Search of a kind
GUILD GUITAR SALE: M85-1 Bluesbird Frocked, 211 S. State. Warm wool 27 Musical 67 Sign on a high-
? bass, reg. $380, now $229. Starfire ponchos in several styles and colors. abbreviation. way.3
bass, reg. $380, now $269. M-65 Blues- Lambskin coats with fur inside and 30 Spellbound. 68 Musical 3
bird guitar, reg. $255, now $159. suede outside. New dresses, smocks, . 31 "These foolish direction.
Bluesbird Les Paul model, reg. $499, blouses and shirts arriving daily. things ... ." 69 Retoration
now $349. Starfire V guitars, reg. Come see us! Open 10-6 Mon. thru 33 Aikara Indians dramatit3
$585, now $365. Standard 303, reg. Sat., 10-9 Fri. cWtc 35 lia rIof '3
$393.50, now $249. D-40 folk, reg. $350, ----- ----..Daug-ter ofDOWN
now $290. D-35 rey. $300, now $240. 'Chaos. DOW
F312 12-stg. $349. ANN ARBOR MU- 37 Gore or Sassoon. I Store. . 1
SIC MART. 336 S. State. 769-4980, 38 River through 2 Record.
9:30-6:30 Mon. till 9:00. cX24 S\ 'S STO RE 4Pakistan. 3 Completed.-
40 World-famous 4 Bolsheviki
LAFAYETTE 12" or Jensen 8" speakers.
Call Phil, 761-0829, 60X22 uncle. bigwig.nC .
41 'Valuable violin. 5S(:harm.
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR? LEVI'S-DEN IMS 42 Stalk of a fern, 6 Us: ltal.
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