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Wednesday, November 1, 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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BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO music for your dinner party,
cocktail party, wedding, sing-along,
what-hakve-yu. Donald Sosin 761-
9647. pdJ52
HOUSEHOLD MOVING SERVICE -
Cheap. For estimate call 663-3882 any-
time. 77J47
CAR SERVICES, ACCESS.
2 VW WHEELS with Continental snow,
tires (size 5,60x15), 10,000 miles. $40
or best offer. 764-9356 weekdays 8-5.
D. Aslier. 39S48
BARGAIN CORNER
GUMS: don't worry about the cold.
Come to Turkish Arts Gifts Shop, 215
E Lilberty. Best quality and selection
of sheepskin coats with collar and
overlapping fronts, hand-woven wool
glo#k-s, 'mittens and socks. cxtc
UAC-DAYSTAR PRESENTS _
JAMES TAYLOR
FRI NOV 17 3.50-4.50-5.50
Reserve your seats starting today
MICHIGAN UNION 11-6 p.m.
sorry, no personal checks
763-4554 Box Office
61W47

SAM'S STORE

1

PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE puppies, mixed spaniel terrier.
662-2657. 55T48
CALICO CAT needs home. About a
year old. Call 434-0710. d-T
BLACK COCKER Spaniel free to good
home. 2 yrs. Papers, shots. Loves
kids. 665-4010. 41T50
MERCHANDISE FOR RENT
TV and STEREO RENTALS - $10/mo.
No deposit. Free delivery, service and
pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Handmade Espinosa gui-
tars with hardshell cases; Classical
$175. jumbo steel strings $175. Very
fine instruments. 764-2754. Free les-
sons dB48
PORSCHE 911-S 1967, in excellent con-
dition, $3,965. 665-7304. 04B50
PEUGEOT 304, 1971. 4-door, front wheel
drive, AM/FM. 973-2438. 05B50
SONY HP-155 stereo system. Turntable,
amp, speakers. Price negotiable. 665-
5963, any time. 03B47
HERNANDEZ classical guitar and case,
Rosewood, excellent condition. $225.
Ski boots, women's size 8k', buckle
fastenings, used only twice. Call Joy,
663-8819. dB48
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
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
WANTED TO RENT
ROOM w/kitchen priv. campus pref.
After 8 764-0173. 44L48
FEMALE wants to rent efficiency or 1
bdrm. apt. Immediately or Jan. ist.
Need not be near campus. Call 665-
4366 after 5. 55L47
MISCELLANEOUS
KALSO EARTH SHOES, 302 N. Fifth,
Ann Arbor. 662-0757. Natural Grace
in Walking. 17M65
SUBLET
WOMAN great 2 man apt. Jan. or ear-
lier 761-9586. 68U49
WANTED: Female roommate for mod-
ern bi-level apartment, close to cam-
pus. For winter semester-rent ne-
gotiable. Call Nancy: 789-7279. 59.U51
FOR RENT-4-5 man apt., $210/mo.

Toyota
907

TOYOTA
NEW AND USED
PARTS AND SERVICE
FREE 10-SP. BIKE W/PURCHASE OF
NEW OR QUALITY CKED* USED CAR
-BUY OF THE WEEK-
'69 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL - ALL,
V-8, air conditioned.
was $1295 NOW $995.00
'72 MERCEDES-BENZ, 250/8, four doorj
sedan, auto. trans., AM/FM radio.
12,000 miles dark green finish, just
like new. Was $6,995. NOW $5,995.
- DOMESTICS -
'70 PONTIAC LE MANS sport 2 dr. H.T.
V-8, automatic w/console, P. steer-
ing, buckets sharp....... ..$2395
'68 CHEV. '.,-TON PICKUP. Four-wheel
drive, new paint, fine condition.
$2195.00
71 CHEV. EL CAMINO tonneau cover
automatic. New condition .. $2995
'70 CHEV. ?z TON pick-up V-8. 3 speed
fine condition ... .. ..........$1995
- FOREIGN AND SPORTS -
'72 MERCEDES 250/8, 4-dr. sedan, au-
tomatic, AM/FM radio, 12,000 miles.
Dark green finish, like new. $6595
'66 PORSCHE 911 COUPE, rebuilt en-
gine and trans., new tangerine paint
$3795
'64 PORSCHE 356C COUPE, excellent
engine, recent paint. Very clean. Sale
priced. ...$1895
'63 MERCEDES 190D 4-dr. sedan. Sale
priced............. ....$1295
- TOYOTAS -
1971 COROLLA 2 dr, sedan AM FM
radio 4 spd. low mileage. Good
buy.... . ...............$1695
- CHEAPIES -
'70 HORNET, automatic, 6 cyl. . $895
'69 FIAT 124, Sports coupe, new radial
tires, dark blue finish.........$1495
'67 OLDS F-85, 4-dr sedan. Sharp $995
'64 BUICK SKYLARK 4-door, air-con-
ditioning. Best offer. 769-1639. 02N47
1968 VW automatic good condition,
$795. 663-2601 after 5:30. 02N47
VAN CHEVY 1968. Six, Stick. Good con-
dition, $700.00, 763-6914. 77N51
1964 VW-good condition, rebuilt en-
gine, for sale $400. Call Philip 761-
3288 evenings. 66N48
1968 250cc Triumph. Good condition,
for sale $225. Call Philip 761-3288 eve-
nings. 67N48
'63 Chevy II convertible - 67,000 miles,
snow tires. Reliable transportation.
$200. 769-2370. 52N50

USED CARS
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE

USED CARS
FOR SALE--My loveable VW bus, 1963
make. New muffler, good tires. Price
negotiable. Call Richard, 663-8484.
dN4l
1971 TOYOTA: 17,000 miles, air, auto,
radio. 662-0870. 13N47

'67 V.W. $400. 763-3971.

Ann Arbor
N. Main

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
WORDS 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 dovs 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 2.60 360 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 6.60 810 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5.65 7.40 9.05 1u.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
N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as to (ords
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines eauals 1 inch 5 words per line

36N47

LEVI'S-DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Troditionals
Button Flys
Super Slims

8.50
8.00
7.50
7.50
8.00

Boot Jeans .

LEVI'S - CORDUROYS
(several colors)

Bells......
Slim Fits ...
LEVI'S-DENIM
Unlined ....

..... 9.00
..... 7.50
JACKETIS
.....9.50

Lined .......... . 13.50!

POCKET T-SHIRTS .
(assorted colors)
BLUE CHAMBRAY
WORK SHIRTS.
Tall Man Sizes

. 1.69

$2.49
$2.98

Call 665-8563 after 5 p.m. VACANT
NOW. 19U51 1968 VOLVO 1225, radial tires, 43,000
-- miles. $1095. Call 761-6903 days. 53N49

207 E. LIBERTY

SAVE $25. Room for rent. Call Tim, :
663-6676. 83V49
Subscribe to
The Michigan Daily

'64 OLDSMOBILE convertible, 60,000
miles - best offer. 483-8157 eves, and
weekends. 48N51
1967 FORD FALCON 2 door. For quick
sale. Y64-8109. 82N53

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Organizations Supporting

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: long haired white female kit-
ten with gray spot between ears, near
Geddes & Observatory. 761-2921, dA49
LOST - Black folding umbrella. At
Minnesota game, section 27. Reward.
971-2049 eves. 50A48
FOUND - Girls prescription glasses in
front of Natural Resources building.
764-7674. dA47
LOST! one pair of green pants, vicinity
Tappan and Monroe on Oct. 26. Call
Gregg. 663-1297 evenings. Reward.
78A48
FOUND - all black kitten or small
cat Sunday 10 29 Hill and Olivia
668-6774. dA49
POCKETBOOK LOST at party on
Miller St.--last Sat. night. Reward
for its return or at least sunglasses.
No questions asked. Call Ricki, 663-
9482 42A48
LOST PUPPY -. Sat., Stadium-campus
area, 10 wk. old cream-colored re-
triever. clear collar. Worried sick.;
Please call 665-3294 or 663-6962. 18A48
FOUND: ladies' watch by West Engin.
Oct. 27. Call 449-2353. Evenings. dA47
LOST: black cat, was wearing red flea
collar. Reward. Call 663-4587 or 662-
9829 65A5
HELP WANTED
KOSHER Cook for AEPi fraternity.
Generous salary, room & board. 1620
Cambridge. Phone: 662-9538. 74H52
BABYSITTER needed, 11:30-2:00, M-F,
must have own transportation. 769-
1682. 73H50
PEOPLE NEEDED to wait tables, wash
dishes, and for kitchen work. Call
for interviews after 1, 761-8747. 20H51
J3OYNE HIGHLANDS Ski Resort, Har'-
bar Springs. Mich., will be holding
interviews for full-time employment-
people to wait and bus tables. ski
rental, ski repair, hostesses, cashiers,'
and desk clerks, on Nov. 11 1972 from
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Apply in
person. 14H49
DELIVERY persons and Pizzamaker
wanted. Must have own car. Mr. Piz-
za. 769-8032. 60H52
STEADY, responsible person for part-
lime janitorial and maintenance
work at Kerrytown. Flexible hours.
Arbor-A, Inc.. 769-8460. 97H53
MEAL JOB. lunch, Law Prat. 502 1.
Madison, 761-9220 or 665-9305. 79H48
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions. 209 S. State. 665-8001.
cXtc
FENDER-RHODES electric piano-Per-
fect condition, $500. Fred, 769-4217.
28X5(
SAVE 30; on all musical instruments.
Call Steve-663-1157. 30X51
SIMPLY the best price and fastest
service (3 days or less) on all sound
equipment (prof., home or car) and
TVs, all serviced honestly by FCC
Licensed Technician. No artificial
discounts. AUDIO UNLIMITED, 323
E. Hoover, 761-3878. Service is our
Specialty-not sideline. cXtc
REPAIR SERVICE
On all stereo components, 24 hour
service on most units. SPECIAL
BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT: 20
percent OFF ON ALL REPAIRS with
this ad.
DOUGLASS SOUND
311 E. Liberty
Call 761-Hili
cXt c

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSIC
The lowest prices in town on folk,
blues, rock, and popular music.
Everything at least 10% less than
list.
STRINGS
The lowest prices in town on guitar
and banjo strings. Example: Darco
guitar set, list at $4.00, now $3.00.
THINGS
The lowest prices in town on
Martins, Ya mahas, Guilds, Epi-
phones, and many other guitars,
banjos, and mandolins. A constant-
iv changing selection of used, af-
fordable instruments. Handmade
dulcimers, Marine Band harmonicas
at $3.50 each, and more.
WHERE?
MUSIC. STRINGS, N' THINGS it at
516 E. William St., upstairs above
the bike shop. We're open from
11 until 9, 10 to 6 Saturday. 668-
9836. Give us a try . . . we're
hard to find, but were worth find-
ing.
MUSIC, STRINGS, N' THINGS
A musicians store, not just
a music store.
cXt c
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.
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. cXtc
FOLKLORE CENTER
Used and old stringed instruments. Re-
pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William,
above Campus Bike. 662-0381. xcxtc
TICKETS

FOR RENT
ODDS AND ENDS sale, Saturday-Sun-
day, Nov. 4th & 5th. 1541 Broadway
North Campus Area. 54B491
SPACIOUS modern one-bedroom furn-
fished, with patio and yard, conven-
ilent to EMU, U-M. Pets welcome.
$180. Available Jan. 1. Call 434-2877
after 5:30 or weekends. 89C49
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS APTS.
S. University at Forest
5 minutes to classes-no
car needed.
NO Extra Rent Increase for
4 Month Leases Winter Term
Furnished apartments, heated pool,
recreation room, study lounge,'
weekly housekeeping.
Furnished 4-Man Apts.
$75/mo. per person
Furnished 3-Man Apts.
$100/mo. per person
Call 761-2680
cCtc
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
FREE FAST DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
cCt'
IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY
Still a few quality apts, left in ex-
cellent on-campus locations.
Charter Realty
S. University at Washtenaw
665-8825
cCtc
PERSONAL
GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe, WEDNES-
DAY NOON LUNCH, Nov. 1, Geo. Sal-
lade, Dem. Cand., Prosecuting At-
torney. 56F47
PASSPORT PICS by experienced Daily
photographer. Fast & cheap. Friday,
8 PM at the Daily, ask for Terry.
dF49
PHIL OCIIS. Tonight, Power Center
8:30 pm. $2-McGovern Benefit. 70F47
WORKSHOP on China Series Discus-
sion "Overseas Chinese Perspective on
China" - Bill Wei, Wed. 9 pm Rive
Gauche, 1024 Hill St. CF47

FAMILY-STYLE COMMUNE seeks one
divorced father. Busy people; noisy,
active kids; banding together for se-
curity, convenience and enrichment.
You need us as much as we need
you. 663-1392. Mary Helen. cF50
SKI pants too tight? LISTEN & LOSE
cassette tape can help you fit into
them again. Dr. approved. $9.95. Per-
sonal Power, Inc., Dept. C, 30215
Southfield Rd.. Southfield, Mi. 48076.
"Our 11th year." 15F48
GRAD COFFEE HOUR: Wed. night. 8-
10 p.m. Lots of people. Special: Hot
chocolate. 4th floor Rackham. New
people welcome! cFtc
SPECTACLE! Thurs., Nov. 2. Univer-
sity Philharmonia: Bartok Concerto
for Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony
No. 8, Tchaikovsky Romeo and Ju-
liet. FREE, Hill. 8:00. 96F48
ELECT A SHERIFF
WHO BELIEVES IN GREATER
COMMUNITY CONTROL OF
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT.
FRED POSTILL-Democrat

31F47
NOON LUNCHEON at Guild House, 802
Monroe, Wed., Nov. 1st. Speaker:,
Geo. Sallade, Atty., Dem. Cand. for
Prosecuting Atty. Buffet 35c, 08F47
PRISONER in Ohio Penetentiary de-
sires pen pal of either sex. Interest-
ed in friendship and sincerity. Write:
Walter Lee Carouthers. Box 69 129/
208, London, Ohio. 43140. dF48
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands.
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio. 484-0854 or 434-0055. cFtc
WATERBEDS: Buy directly from manu-
facturer and save. Aquarest, Inc.733
Staebler Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 769-
4491. cFtc
CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
For automobile, apartment, and ma-1
jor medical coverage. 663-3100. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditionai Style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942, cFtc
DISABLED? Are you disabled, or other-
wise interested in improving the con-
ditions of the physically handicapped
at the University? The Committee on
Aid to Disabled Students (CADS) is
presently seeking new members to
-help work on ways of improving f a-
cilities and services for disabled stu-
dents. To volunteer, or just to get
more information, call one of the
following numbers: 763-4384. 763-2423.
or 763-2357. 35F48
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast. low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
CFtc
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Modern theory and harmony.
7¬ęProf. Curtis. 662-5676. 51F59
I WILL BABYSIT for you in my west
side nome for football games, etc.-
days! Full- or part-time 761-3000. Fd
WHY WALK FARTHER
e GET YOUR
t ~BAGG I ES
l AT
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP

Routes Dates
CHRISTMAS AND
D/Lon/D 12/17-
D/Lon/D 12/24-
D/Spa'D 12/23-1
D/Nas/D 12/21-1
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1/3
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2/31
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$165
$165
*
$180
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$. 55

$20
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D/N LnD
D'NasID
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NY/Lon/NY

Pro- Adm.
Rata Chrg. Total
SPRING FLIGHTS:

1/7 - 5-1
3 2 - 319
313 - 3/11
3 3 - 3/10

SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
DETROIT TO EUROPE:
'D 5/1 - 5/31 $165 $20
/D 5 '2 - 6/15 $165 $20
fD 514 - 6/4 $165 $20
/D 5/7 - 6/23 $165 $20
/D 5.10- 6/30 $165 $20
/D 5/17- 8/15 $195 $20
/D 5 '20- 7 5 $170 $20
/D 531- 8/5 $195 $20
5D 3/4- 7/0 $17 $20
1D 6 '15- 8/10 $210 $20
/D 618- 7/19 $200 $20
/D 6'28- 9/3 $210 $20
/D T7l-- 81 $210 $20
/D 72 - 8/20 $210 $20
/D 713 - 9/4 $210 $20
/D 7/9 - 7/26 $200 $20
.D 715- 8128 $210 $20
'D 7/24- 8/25 $210 $20
/ D 811 - 8131 $210 $20
815- 9/6 $210 $20
8/30 $110 $10
SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
NEW YORK TO EUROPE:

PERSONAL

$185
$185
$279
$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

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FOR SALE: 14,000 reserved seats for'
James Taylor. Reserve yours start- INTERESTED in Acting, Lighting, Set
ing today at Michigan Union 11-6 Design, Makeup, Stage Crews? Come
p.m. 3.50-4.50-5.50. Concert Nov. 17. ..to the German Dept. play tryouts,
Buy only from authorized UAC-Day- Thurs. Nov. 2 at 7:00 pm. Aud. 3
star DAYSTAR OUTLETS. Box Of- MLB Credit given. 72F48
fice, 763-4553. 62Q47 -

PERSONAL
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB AT 761-3932
cFtc
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue Shield
prescription drug program. The Vil-
lage Apothecary. 1112 S. University.
! cFtc
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond sales
in Ann Arbor. Find out why. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
JAY FRILEY gets his hair cut at the
UM BARBERS. cF47
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
presents Europe $185

NY/LornfNY 5'8 -610 $155 $20 $175
NY/Lon/NY 5/13- 7/4 $160 $20 $180
NY/Lon/NY 5/23- 8/23 $170 $20 $190
NY/Lon/NY 6/8 - 8/9 $170 $20 $190
NY/Lon/NY 6/20- 7/15 $170 $20 $190
NY/Lon/NY 6,'29- 8/18 $175 $20 $195
NY/Lon/NY 7/11- 8/13 $175 $20 $:5
NY/Lon/NY 7/20- 9/1 $175 $20 $195
NY/Lon/NY 8/4 - 9/4 $170 $20 $190
NY/Lon/NY 8/23- 9/5 $170 $20 $190
*Price includes round trip fare plus
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
cFtc
ANSWERTO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
CA R'OM LAPI S
I N D I 4DIT IO0N S
L E i DEM T E T E
LENO A IRY ATR I
STRAGGLfE BRIAN
D A GJ L E R A
SNRE F A NN IE
E L A CIENE BOR ESI G
G UNT TRUNC T E
ARM E Q9P IE S LOC O
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ROOMMATES WANTED

NEED single or couple to share
house. $75/mo. Pets welcome.
more information call 761-0885.

farm-
For
57Y47

Abortion Law

Reform

Since the early 1960's various medical, mental health,
religious, political, labor and women's groups have made
studies of the problem and issued resolutions IN
SUPPORT OF ABORTION LAW REFORM. Below, is
A PARTIAL LISTING of these organizations
whose statements are on file:

American Association of University
Women-Michigan State Division
American Bar Association
American Civil Liberties Union
American College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists
American Ethical Union
American Friends Service Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Law Institute
American Lutheran Church
American Medical Association
American Medical Wpmen's Association
American Nurses' Association
American Protestant Hospital Association
American Psychiatric Association
American Psychoanalytic Association
American Public Health Association
Birmingham Temple
Church Women United-Board of Managers
College of Legal Medicine-A.M.A.
Florence Crittendon Home
City of Detroit - Department of Health
Democratic Party - State Convention,
Aug. '72.
Detroit Medical Society
Detroit Welfare Rights Organization
Episcopal Church of America - 1971
Family Service of Oakland County
General Federation of Women's Clubs
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry
Human Rights Party
Kent County Health Department
Lutheran Church of America
Medical Commission for Human Rights
Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO Council
Michigan Clergy Counseling Service

Michigan Psychologist Association
Michigan Public Health Association
Michigan Social Work Council
Michigan Society of Consulting
Psychologists, Inc.
Michigan Society of Psychiatry and
Neurology
Michigan State Medical Society
Michigan Synod of the Lutheran Church
in America
Michigan Women's Commission
Moravian Church in America
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National Organization for Women
National Organization for Women Medica.
Social Work Council
Planned Parenthood/World Population
President's Committee on Population
Growth and American Future
President's Task Force on the Mentally
Handicapped
Probate Court - Juvenile Division for
Wayne County
Republican Party - State Central Committee
Sierra Club - Mackinac Chapter
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Unitarian Universalist Council of Michigan
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ROOMMATE WANTED-Modern 4-man
apt. near campus. Call Lee, 665-2818.
26Y51
ROOMMATE WANTED. 971-8181 or
662-8487. 09Y50
MALE ROOMMATE for 1 bdrm. apt
near campus. $90 'mo. Call 769-4080 or
769-5191 after 5:30. 17Y46
FOR RENT
CLOTHES DRYER - Sears Kenmore
Electronic Sensor model. Perfect
working condition. 1 yr. old, $100,
663-9812. 76B51
LeBLANC clarinet for sale. Best offer.
Call Nancy 769-5731. 69B50
LINEI leather pants, medium size,
Never worn. $35. 769-5153. 58B48
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. eCte
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
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has been mWade up. Please check it
and' arrange your matches. Union
Billiards. cF48
EUROPEAN JOBS'
Study programs. next summer or any-
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valid plane ticket ! Young World Ltd.
207 E. Michigan, - Milwaukee, 53202.
call (414) 271-3355 today!!!! 45F73
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Michigan Union Lanes
PHOTOGRAPHERS - EARN EXTRA
CASH with the help of a PRESS
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Quinn, Box 4719, Pittsburgh, Penna
15206. 63F56
WE STILL need many undergraduates
to take psychological questionnaire.
Takes 1-11 hours, pays $3. Call 764-
6597, between 12-5. 64F48

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REKINDLE HOPE
Monday Nite
49F50
WEDDINGS, Portraits, etc. by experi-
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PUT IT all together! Free billiard in-
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I NEED info. about living and work-
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ONE MILLION illegal abortions are
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ELECT A SHERIFF
WHO WOULD WORK
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DRUG USER TREATMENT
PROGRAMS.
FRED POSTILL-Democrat
30F47
RIDE FOR TWO needed to Cobo Hall
Nov. 9 for Jethro Tull Concert Call
Marty, 769-1245. dF49
PHIL OCHS, Tonight, Power Center.
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TIRED OF WAITING for that bottle of
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percent of orders the day they are
received. How'? We manufacture, Free
catalog available,. . Supeleo, Inc.,
Bellefonte, Penna For extra rush
service call Enterprise 6811. 19F51
STEREO or TV on the fritz? Best
price and fastest service by ECC Li-

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29 Gusset.
32 Relative of a
taple.
33 Sight.
35 Conmtrictor.
38 1)eclared without
proof.
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42 Certain floor.
43 Football team.
45 Long and
slender.
46 Enclose, as a
picture.
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