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Thursday, October 12, 1972:

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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 HELP WANTED
FULLER EAST APTS. NEED HELP with housework. Call 761-7
2 bedroom, furnished apts., with air 7822 after 5. 79H32
cond., storage, laundry, heat, and - - -
parking included. Ideal for doctors HOUSEKEEPING, shopping, for new 7
nurses, and grad students. Just 1 mother, 3 hrs./day, 2 mos. 2-3 stu-;
block from St. Joseph Hosp, and dents okay. 663-0363. 83H32
Univ. Hospital. Call 663-6549. 69C35 -- - ------
__GIVE BLOOD. Don't forget. Blood
1, 2, and 3 bedroom modern furnished comes only from people. Save a life.
apts. near campus. $180-$280. 915 $. Donors compensated. Michigan Com-"
Division, Call 662-0651 or 663-6549. munity Blood Center. 483-1894. 34Htc
70035
74035- FREE UNIVERSITY
CONVE NIENT LOCATION, convenient
apt. features, ample parking. 1 bed- Learn through sharing your ideas, ta-
room, $170.00. 761-4373 or 665-5153, lents, skills with other interested
88C30 people. To be listed in Free U. cata-
log or for further info: CALL 761-
2 BLKS. FROM CAMPUS. Beautifully 3241 after 7 p.m. 53H33
furnished 1 bdrm. w/AC, TV, mod-
ern appliances, balcony, and more. STAFF ARTIST NEEDED
$190/mo, 662-1032. 28033
$3 hour. 6 hr. min. per week.,
OuNs 91961n huge house off 3 Advertising artwork. C a I I
764-0544 persistently.

USED CARS
1966 LTD. Asking $300. 763-3483, 9-5,
else 761-0083.. 93N34
1963 SUNBEAM ALPINE and/or hard-
top. Must sell. 483-3638. 71N341
'66 CORVAIR Monza, 50,000 miles. $300.
665-4255, persistently. 52N31E
'70 SAAB 96, 15,000 mi., AM/FM. 971-
5164, after 6. 58N311
DUSTER 1970 V-8. Air, full power.
Must sell. Call 971-2658. 63N32
'65 PORSCHE 356C, rebuilt engine, re-
built front end. Needs minor body
work. Best offer over $1600. Call after
5 p.m. 769-0118. 32N32
1970 MGB, good condition. Call after 6.
483-6368. 42N33,
'66 FORD Fairlane, V-8 engine, power!
steering, power brakes, automatic,
ready for winter. 663-3893. 14N30
'69 MUSTANG automatic, power steer-
ing, vinyl top, low mileage. New tires:
and brakes, radio. $1695. 846-6345.
86N31
'66 BUICK SKYLARK CPE. New e -
haust, Q.L Highbeams. 350 V8. Needs
fender work. $225. Call Tom, 665-
4677. 09N33
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
WORDS 1 day 2 dovs 3 days 4 doys 5 doys 6 days odd.
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 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
INCH ES
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
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 equals 1 inch 5 words per line

PERSONAL
TEND TO FORGET your pill? The Vi-
lage Apothecary fills prescriptions
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Keep your

PERSONAL
YOUNG WOMAN needs room. Call 668-1
6776. Ask for Susan. 57E34
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XEROX AKND OiFT

PERSONAL
PORTRAITS. WEDDINGS, etc. by ex-
perienced photographers. Call Terry,
665-7323 or Mitch, 665-0428. dF15

prescription on file here. cFtc f\LPA/till \..JF LI
Fast, low cost duplicating. SPECIAL RATES FOR COUPLES
PADDLEBALL COPY QUICK TUESDAYS 11 A.M.-12 MID,
Fairly good lefty seeks competition 1217 S. University 769-0560 UNION BILLIARDS cF28
afternoon(s) or evening(s) TWThF. cFtc
Call JAY, 761-4229. dF32 -- ------ - - VARIETY is the spice of life. That's
OPEN BOWLING FROM 11 a.m. why we have so many famous brand
TIRED OF WAITING for that bottle of MICHIGAN UNION LANES cF30f cosmetic lines to choose from. Village
Chromor__ r.ther a.-.hrm_- -Apothecary. 1112 S. University, cFtc
Chromosorb or other gas chroma- PACKAGE LIQUOR, Village Apothecary,--- - -- -_--
tography supplies. Supelco ships 90 1112 S. University. cFtc WATERBEDS: Buy directly from manu-
percent of orders the day they are facturer and save. Aquarest. Inc. 33
received. How? We manufacture. Free RIDE NEEDED to Chicago this week- Staebler Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 769-
catalog available . . . Supelco, Inc., end, Oct. 13-15th, Call Cristy, 769- 4491. cFtc
Bellefonte, Penna. For extra rush 4156, 662-4744. dF3O --0 - -____
service call Enterprise 6811. 19F1 . . . -- 3 - DIRECT PURCHASING, volume selling
- - . --- -- TRADITIONAL English, American Folk- and marginal profits assure you that
JOBS OVERSEAS - Europe, Asia, Aus- sings. Betsy Beckerman at The Rive your diamond will be an investment
tralia, etc. Jobs of all kinds. Up to Gauche, 1024 Hill, 9-12, 50c. cFtc at Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univer-
$500 wkly. Complete information, on- ---------- sity, 663-7151. cFtc
lc $3. Sendcheck to Worldwide Job WHATEVER HAPPENED to the Classi-
Opportunities, Box 264, Dayton, Ohio fied Ads of yesteryear, the corny, in- AUDIO UNLIMITED
45459. 81F32 triguing. swillish claptrap poppycock SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
we grew to know and love? F All sound equipment (professional,
WANTED: Ambitious person to repre- --home, or car) and TV serviced (in 3
sent our company in your area. Good GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY columns days or less) by F.C.C. Licensed tech-
noney-exciting work in the aca- prepared by experts and shipped the nician. Phone 761-3878. 323 E. Hoover
demic field. If interested in having same day. Supelco doesn't peddle the St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 81X10

IOUSE: 4 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 car gar-!
age, 1004 Minor, furnished or unfurn-
ished. Trony Associates, 662-3738.
91C32
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTSI
LOW PRICES
FREE FAST DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
eCtc
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
S. University at Forest
5 minutes to classes-no
car needed.
8 month leases
Furnished apartments, heated pool,
recreation room, study lounge,j
weekly housekeeping.
$100/mo. per person
Furnished 3-man opts.,
Furnished 4-man apts.,
$75/mo. per person
Call 761-2680
cCtc
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 10ve Albert Terrace. Full-Time,
Resident Manager.
Call Jeanne at
761-1717
for rental information
cCtc
IMMEDIATE
Still a few quality aptcleft in ex-
cellent on-campus locations.
Charter Realty
S. University at Washtenaw -
665-8825
cCtc
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES
Fall Rentals-Campus Area
Efliciences, I and 2 bedrooms in mod-
ern buildings and olaer houses. Stop_
In at614 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520, cCtc

dH31
DAY HELP WANTED from 11-5. Apply
in person. Burger King, 2295 W. Sta-
dium. 44H33
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER: one half-t
time position. Experience with PDP-E
8 essential. Phone 764-9550 between
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for further infor-
mation. 93H30
PERSONNEL SYSTEMS Agcy.
HEAD BOOKKEEPER, exp. thru trial
balance. $600 plus fee paid.
GENERAL OFFICE, varied duties,
$450-550.
TYPIST, MTST belpful. Afternoons,
$500.
RECEPTIONIST, lots of public contact.
$100/week.
INDUSTRIAL NURSE, clerical duties.
$700, fee paid.
SECRETARIES
GENERAL, able ass't. $500-525. Fee paid
PERSONNEL, will interview and super-
vise. Fee paid.
SEC/BKPR., gen, clerical, It. bkpg.
$500-525.
1945 Pauline, 761-5252
31H30
INSIDE HELP, delivery men. Mr. Pizza.
769-8032. 36H33
PHARMACIST, part-time evenings and'
weekends. Call Mr. Devaux, Stadium
Pharmacy, 1930 W. Stadium, 665-6105.
94H31'
GIVE BLOOD. Don't forget. Blood
comes only from people. Save a life.
Donors compensated. Michigan Com-
munity Blood Center. 483-1894. 34Htc
GIVE BLOOD. Don't forget. BloodI
comes only from people. Save a life, j
donors compensated. Michigan Com-
munity Blood Center. 483-1894. 34Htc
SYSTEMS PROGRAMMERS Com-Share,
Inc. A nationwide time sharing com-
pany needs people with a minimum
of 1 year experience in compiler de-
sign communications methods and
data based structures. If you qual-j?
ify please send your resume to Mr.
Don Redding, Com-Share, Inc. P.O.
Box 1588, Ann Arbor, MI. 48106. 25H32!
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED FOR JANUARY: 1 or 2 bed-
room apartment for married couple.
$150 to $200 per month. Cali 761-6867
after 7:30 p.m. 47L32

TICKETS

HAVE several tickets to MSU game.
Reasonable. Call 662-4041. 65Q30
AVAILABLE: ONE MSU TICKET ON
THE 20. Good view.Dave. 761-0089.
dQ31
FOR SALE: 2 tickets to MSU game, 43
ydF line. Call769-4526 after 5. 72Q30
WANTED: MSU vs. U of M tickets.
Call Tim or Jim, 665-8925. 73Q31
FOR SALE: Six authentic MSU tix
(featuring four together on the 20).
769-0827. 92Q31

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
WANT ONE MALE roomie for 4-man,
$82.50. 761-9898. 78X33
ACE GUITAR and String Bass lessons.
Jazz, blues, rock. 434-2619. 90X35
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Folk, classical instruments, foreign
and domestic. Music, lessons, repairs.
209 S. State, 665-8001, 10-6 p.m.

your own business, with no investment
needed, call: 305/865-6772, or write:
Mr. Jeffreys at Nationwide Academ-
ics, 1730-79th Street Causeway, Miami
Beach, Florida 33141 for particulars.
82F31
INTRODUCTORY evening astrology
Course starts Thursday, Oct. 19.

stuff, we specialize in this. Catalog
available. Supelco, Inc., Bellefonte,
Penna. For rush service call Enter-
prise 6811. 17F39
PASSPORT PICS by experienced Daily
photographer. Fast and cheap. Come
to the Daily Friday from 8-9. Ask for
Terry. dF31

AMPEX 768 Tape Recorder,
tail, $350. 2 spkrs., amps,
769-7380.

eXte
$175; re-
pre-amps.
33X30

Taught by Michael Erlewine thru Cir-
cle Bookstore. Inquire 663-6677, 769- WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
1583. 85F35 ditional Style. Call 761-0942 anytime.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: red Irish Setter, male, 2 yrs.
Named Zap, needs immediate medical
attention. $100 reward. Scott, 763-
6539. 67A35
FOUND: one darling puppy (two mos.
old) on Arch Street, 10/9. Call Kathy
at 769-2672. dA31
MY WALLET has been stolen. UM ID
and NJ driver's license gone. If some-
one pretends to be me (Caryn Miller);
beware as I'm not planning to open
any A.A. credit acts. dA32
LOST: seven month old male short-
haired butterscotch tiger cat. Please
call 764-7209 days or 665-4747 eves'
59A31
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HARLEY DAVIDSON '74, CHOPPER.-
good condition. Call insistently, 769-
4948. 26Z32
1970 SUZUKI 250 Savage, good condi-
tion. helmet, 4,700 miles. Cheap. Mike
971-2873, 6 on. 29Z32
1970 DUNSTALL NORTON, custom
paint. 7,000 miles. Must sell, best
offer. 763-6812. 94Z26
,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
-4 PETS AND SUPPLIES

NEED many MSU tickets for handsome
price. Call Mike, 764-6968. 48Q30 GUITAR LESSONS - on campus $3.50.
- - - - Call 769-4980 or res. 662-1342, ask for
WANTED: three tickets to the MSU Skip. Ann Arbor Music Mart, 336 S.
game. It's for a worthy cause - my State (across from diag). If you don't
parents are coming. Call 663-8484 have a guitar - you can rent one for
Qd $7.50 per month. 56X30

ISRAELI COFFEE HOUSE. Thurs., Oct.
12, 7 p.m. at 936 Dewey. Enjoy Israeli
song, food and conversation. Call
761-3161. 54F30
WHATEVER HAPPENED to the Classi-
fied Ads of yesteryear, the corny, in-
trig ung, swillish claptrap poppycock
we -rew to know and love? FD
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER I
presents Europe $185

W. S. Woytinsky Lectureship
Award for 1972
A public lecture by Alice M. Rivlin
"Social Policy. Federal Options
for the Future"
4-6 p.m. Racklham Amphitheater
Thursday, October 12
87F30
TONIGHT! FREE INSTRUCTIONS
POCKET BILLIARDS, 7 P.M.-9 P.M.
UNION cF30

CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
For automobile, apartment, and ma-
jor medical coverage.663-3100. cFtc
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands,
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio, 484-0854 or 434-0055. cFtc
For answers to questions about art
techniques or local cultural events
write: KALEIDOSCOPE, c/o Arts
Editor, The Michigan Daily, dF11
NEED A PLACE to work on your car
or cycle? Advice, tools, and space
available. WHEEL WORKS, 125 Depot,
769-8493. cF70
I WILL BABYSIT for you in my west
side nome for football games, etc.-
days! Full- or part-time 761-3000. Fd
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
Call Bob at 761-3932
cFtc
WHY WALK FURTHER?
GET YOUR
LEVI'S
AT
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP
cFl2
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE: now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.

TRANSPORTATION

$25 REWARD for information leading' FREE PUP Beagle, Basset, shots,
to rental of one-man efficiency or rained, Bemnth, B68s77, sh T 4
apartment for male grad student. ______d ___ nhs___-__._4T4
Must be on campus, allow pets. ALL WHITE ENGLISH "pit" bull ter-
Leave message for Alan, 764-8852. rier puppies. AKC. Call Michael, 663-
51L,31 6677. 56T34

MERCHANDISE FOR RENT
TV and STEREO RENTALS - $10/mo.
No deposit. Free delivery, service and
pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc
WANTED TO BUY
NEED BACKPACK annd down bag,
good quality. Ken, 663-5395. 76K23

AFFECTIONATE Tiger Tom kitten.
Call 764-1381 days, 663-1141 evenings.,
89T31
SAMOYED puppies. AKC. Shots. Great
dispositions, fluffy white. 663-7228.
98T31
BLACK LABRADOR Retriever. 8 weeks
old, purebred, no papers, shots, $30.
After 6 p.m., 761-3868. 75T30

NEED RIDE to Traverse City area
weekend of Oct. 13 Will share ex-
penses. Call Lori, 769-4116. 75G31
RIDE WANTED to Purdue, Friday. Will
pay full. 663-5091. 61G30
RIDE NEEDED to Akron or vicinity.
Oct. 13. Will share. Call Steve, 764-'
9763. 27G30
~ CAR SERVICES, ACCESS.
A FINER PLACE to get your foreign
car fixed. Cheap rates, fully guar-
anteed. WHEEL WORKS, 769-8493,
ask for Steve. c70
FOR SALE
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP
Slacks
LEVI'S -A-1 KOTZIN
Swea 1* s
PURITAN-DRUMMOND
eBtc
G661D BEGINNER'S SLR Camera out-
fit with normal and telephoto lens,
case, filter. Asking $90. 663-8390 even-
ings. 68B33
FOR SALE: couch and chair. 769-5067.
76B31
GARAGE SALE: Friday 10-4. Kitchen
tables, chairs, dishes, lamps, toys.
games. 2707 Lohr Rd., 1 mile from
Stadium on exit 1-94 and Saline Rd.
91B30
COMBINATION car FM radio, tape
deck w 4 speakers, removable mount.
Sears model. $40 or best offer. 769-
1245. dB32
ANTIQUES MARKET
Aim Arbor. Sunday, Oct. 15, (BEAUTI-
FUL NEW LOCATION), Washtenaw
Farm Council Grounds. 5055 Saline-
Ann Arbor Rd., exit 175, 1-94. south
3 miles. 11 a.m.-5 p.n., free admis-
sion. 50 acres free parking on prem-
ises. Last of the season. 62B31
BLACK VELVET3MEDIT. sofa $125.
Dresser, $10. 663-1392. 46B33
GARRARD TURN TABLE, Knight ster-
eo amp, Keystone 8 MM movie cam-
era and projector, high chair, and
double bed. 663-2390. 55B31
STEREO, Dynaco SCA-80, advent speak-
ers, Dual 1209. 761-7951, Lester. 58B34
ARNOLD PALMER Irons, Pro Shop
Line. 2 thru PW, new grips, $81. 662-
8101. 41B30
UAC presents
the world's largest
Multi-Media Show
THE
BEATLES
AWAY WITH
WORDS

WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB at 761-3932. cXtc
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
322 S. Main, 769-1400. :Xtcd
MUSIC STRINGS & THINGS: offering
fine acoustic instruments. Ilfartin,
Gibson, Guild, Ovation, Gallagher,
Gurian, and Grammer guitars. Ome,
Eagle banjoes. McSpadden Dulcimers,
Moeck recorders. Wide variety of
books. $10 percent discount on most
things. 516 E. William. 668-9836. cXtc
FOLKLORE CENTER
Used and old stringed instruments. Re-
pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William,

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BUSINESS SERVICES

KURT'S CUSTOM CARPENTRY. Rough
and finish. Call 761-4908. 49J33
KURT'S CUSTOM CARPENTRY. Rough
and finish. 761-6320. 45J32.
SITUATIONS WANTED
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER would
like full-time employment at your
house in Northwood 5. Call 769-5549.
81030
WANTED TO RENT
MARRIED COUPLE wishes to rent liv-
ing accommodations near campus. 2
or 3 bedrooms, older home preferred.
Phone 1-356-3735. 161,30
SUBLET
SUBLET: Lg. apt. to share. Dishwasher,
laundry facilities, bus service, park-
ing, own room. $112imo. plus damage
deposit (rent negotiable). Call Bob
V. 665-4270 from 9-5:30 or 761-6718
after 6. 62U32
PERSONAL
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MEL Press, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER

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MIXED BOWLING LEAGUE cFtc
SIGN UP NOW FOR THURS. NITE
UNION LANES, OPEN 11 a.m. cF30 ENJOY free refreshments and spirited
--- -- - --conversation every Thursday at the
DISABLED? Are you disabled, or other- Rive Gauche Coffee House. Coffee
wise interested in improving the con- Hour 9-12 p~m. International Excite-
ditions of the physically handicapped ment. cFtc
at the University? The Committee on
Aid to Disabled Students (CADS) is
presently seeking new members to ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
help work, on ways of improving fa- -
cilities and services for disabled stu- S A C O C A R P 1 A H 0
dents. To volunteer, or just to get C . A N A N A S NTR
more information, call one of the A L G A N I C A R A GUfAN
following numbers: 763-4384, 763-2423
or 763-2357. 79F30 EE ,

SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
NEW YORK TO EUROPE:
NY Lon/NY 5 8 - 6/10 $155 $20
NY/Len,/NY 5/131- 7/4 $160 $20
NY/Lon/NY 5,x23- 8/23 $170 $20
NY/Lon/NY 6 8 - 8/9 $170 $20
NY/Lon/NY 6 20- 7/15 $170 $20
NY/Lon/NY 6/29- 8 18 $175 $20
NY/Lon/NY 7'11- 8/13 $175 $20
NY/Lon/NY 7 20- 9/1 $175 $20
NY/Lon/NY 8 4 - 9 4 $170 $20
NY/Lon/NY 8 23- 9/5 $170 $20
*Price includes round tr ip fare

TRAVEL VIA "VIA"?
There is a new and very conveniently
located travel agency - Vacationer's!
International Agency. It's a bit dif-
ferent than other agencies. We like
student business and will spend time
with you looking through the hun-
dreds of different available fareshand
travel related services to find the
least expensive one possible.
Vacationer's International Agency
211 S. State St. - 769-6655
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Pro- Adm. ALL THE DATES you can handle. Real
Dales Rata Chrg. Total people, good matches. SATURDAY
S AND SPRING FLIGHTS: . NIGHT INSURANCE, Box 543, AA.

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$279 SKI ASPEN-6 days, Dec. 16-23. $270.
$179 Contact M. Parent, Oakland Commu-
$179 nity College, 852-1000. 71F41
$200-------- -
$179 COMBINE LOVE of flowers with crea-
$269 tivity! Learn the art of Ikebana (Ja-
$175 panese Flower Arranging). Certifiedj
teacher of the Sogetsu School, Tokyo,
Japan. 663-2390. 86F32

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hotel accommodations, transfers and
meals.
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 immediate families.
UAC TRAVEL,.2nd Fl., M Union
763-2147
Administrative and Travel Services by
Students International. (313) 769-5790
621 Church Street, Ann Arbor
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Is Now Accepting Petitions of Candidacy for the
FALL ELECTIONS
OCTOBER 31st-NOVEMBER 2nd
THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE TO BE FILLED:
* Six full term at-large seats on Student
Government Council
" Eight at-large seats on LS&A Student Government
a Eight seats on Rackham Student Government
" Five seats on the Board of Directors of Pirgim
* One Undergraduate Seat on the Board in
Control of Student Publications
" Nine seats on the University Housing Council
PERSONS INTERESTED IN PETITIONING FOR THESE SEATS SHOULD
PICK UP PETITIONS AT THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
* For the Six Student Government Council seats, the Undergraduate Seat
on the Board in Control of Student Publications, and the Nine Seats
on the University Housing Council, go to the Student Government
Council Office, Room 3X, Michigan Union.
" For the Eight LS&A Student Government Seats, Go to Room 3M, Mich-

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,
blousesand shirts arriving daily.
Come see us! Open 10-6 Mon, thru
Sat., 10-9 Fri. cWtc
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"ingredient."
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song.
19 Biblical
patriarch.
20 Part of an Arab's
garb.
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22 George B. or
Irwin.
23 Agreements.
25 Math.
abbreviation.
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30 "Their finest
31 Perch.
33 Enough space.
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dream.
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47 Members of a
religious sect.
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mark.
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59 --word.
60 Musical sign.
61 Mixture for
glass making.
62 Certain German
flowers.
63 Ax notch in
wood.

students.
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13 Nathanael and
Rebecca.
18 Shepard.
21 harbor craft.
21 Cut of meat.
25 German title.
26 Chorus or choir
in Italy.
27 Sailing ship.
29 Wild plums.
32 Steals away.
3t Big name in
Corsica.
35 Seaport of
Finland.
36 -A.verage.
38 Like a lemon.
41 It beats the
deuce.
42 Sometime
lenders.
45 Part of a pint.
47 Slight taste.
48 She rode on the
ram with the
golden fleece.
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