Saturday, January 15, 1917
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LARGE ROOM for a person with
energy to share, ¢to keep our beauti-
ful 6 bedroom house a home. Fire-
place, laundry, & complete kitchen.
668-8743, immed. 170115
ONE MALE NEEDED for two person
apt. for Winter Term, in house,
very nice. Choice location, reason-
able. 662-6024. 09C115
ROOM IN 4-WOMAN APT. $82.50/
month. Reasonably studious, non-
smoker preferred. 663-7695. 140118
2 ROOMS AVAILABLE for non-
smokers in 3 bedroom apt. close to
campus. 663-7369. 110116
LEAVING Ann Arbor. Female'space
in Bertrand Russel Co-op. Room,
board, sauna, free laundry, and
more. Call Sara, 663-8880. Leave
GRAD / PRdFESSIONAL W O M A N
wanted to share house four miles
from campus. 971-0244, persistently
after 6:00. 960121
EXTRFEI Y N C'E
ROOMS FOR RENT near campus,
board optional. 995-5374. 89C0120'
ROOM in 2-bedroom apt. Kitchen,
furnishings. $115 per month. 769-
SUMMER SUBLET wil get you fall
option on our beautiful 4 bedroom
house, large kitchen, basement, 2
bathrooms, parking. Close to cam-
pus. 995-7688. 91U116
APARTMENT SUBLET - Share two
bedroom partially furnished apart-
ment with graduate student-Janu-
ary through May with summer op-
tion. $112/month. Call Monti, pref-
erably before noon. 665-5661. 52U118,
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE GRAD, 28, and 2 sociable
male cats, seek friendly co-ed house
where 'people share cooking and eat-
ing Nancy 764-2572 days 453-2913
WE WANT a one bedroom apart-
ment, preferably with a yard, since
we have a small, housebroken dog.
Reaard. Write Daily Box 420. 85L0118
WANT TO RENT 3 bedrooms in a
house with use 6f kitchen and
bathroom for fall '77. Must be close
to campus. 668-8981. 67L0116
TWO WOMEN ARE LOOKING FOR,
A COZY TWO BEDROOM APT. with
a nice kitchen, decent living area,
ofose to campus and not outrageous-
ly expensive. So, I know we're look-
ing for the impossible, but it doesn't
hurt to try. If you want to sublet
Uncontracted Classified Rates
WORDS 1 2 3 4 5 6 add.
0-10 1.15 2.30 3.05 3.80 4.55 5.30 .75
11-15 1.40 2.80 3.70 4.60 5.50 6.40 .90
16-20 1.65 3.30 4.35 5.40 6.45 7.50 1.05
21-25 1.90 3.80 5.00 6.20 7.40 8.60 1.20
26-30 2.15 4.30 5.65 7.00 8.35 9.70 1.35
31-35 2.40 4.80 6.30 7.80 9.30 10.80 1.50
36-40 2.65 5.30 6.95 8.60 10.25 11.90 1.65
f 41-45 2.90 5.80 7.60 9.40 11.20 13.00 1.80
46-50 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 . 12.15 14.10 1.95
1 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
2 5.65 11.30 14.75 18.20 21.65 25.10 3.45
3 8.15 16.30 21.25 26.20 31.15 36.10 4.95
4 10.65 21.30 27.90 34.20 40.65 47.10 6.45
5 13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 50.15 58.10 8.95
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Well-furnished units in modern
buildings and unique older homes.
STOP BY SOON
For complete information and best
1335 S. UNIVERSITY
Monday-Friday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-2
2 and 3 Bedroom
bi-levels and tr'-levels
Mon.-Fri., 3-5 p.m.
Weekends 12-2 p.m.
1316 Geddes, No. 5
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ROOM AND BOARD that for the summer and then let (this includes teleohone
-- - - us take-up the fall option, we'll be 10 lines equals 1 inch
WOMEN interested in cooperative forever grateful. Please call Debbie
living - North Campus Co-ops are %t 764-0560, days or 764-9671, eves.
interested in you. Several vacancies . . . or Lani at 764-0562, eves. d,116 MUSICAL MDSE.,-
for Winter Term. Call 662-4414, or -
stop by the Inter Co-operative PHOTO SUPPLIES RADIOS, REPAIRS
Council, Rm. 4002, Mich. Union.
18E0116 CASH PAID for old photographic OPUS GUITARS in stock. Finest for
_-_ _ _ --_ __ I equipment. Selling: Nikon, Bronica, the cheapest. Apollo Music Center,
HENDERSON HOUSE offers inexpen- Luna Pro etc. 761-0214, evenings. 323 S. Main St. cX0127
sive co-op living with 30 women on E B53DE118Em $t
H 11 St. Immediate occupancy. 668- L U - FENDER Bandmaster, $195. 45 watts
6774 or 995-0122. 00E116( LOST AND FOUND R.MS. 761-9431. cXO128
FOUND - In I M Building before USED CRESTWOOD GUITAR, $55.
ROOM AND BOARD, winter term.FU C In I M ing CabefJrnI Call 761-9431. cX0128
19maspe ek lctdnear Christmas: wedding ring. Call Jane, _____________
ampeals per wee, ocal ed 761-4225. dA116 HERNANDIS GUITARS, classical and
ask for John or Joe. 49E0115 FOUND-MAN'S WATCH on Liberty steel. 40';. list.,/665-7348. Xc
GO F goodfriends, Lester St. Must identify. Found before LES PAUL, 1973, $400. 994-5960.
House wants boarders. 900 Oakland, Christmas. 764-1932. dA115 57X116
761-4281. 11E11$' -. -__ __ ______
- -1E. 6LOST-Old English sheepdog puppy BAND LIGHTS, also Sunn PA
ROOMS~AND~MEAL contracts now named "Sebastian," in Broadway- equipment; mixer, 2 amps, bottorms,
available fc- males winter term Plymouth Rd. area. Reward. 663- horns. 517-536-8343 evenings (near
Reasonable rates. all Mike or Rich, 15116 or 662-2806. 31A0118 Jackson). 60X0118
.-LOST -- Safety glasses with strap, USED AMPEG Bass, $175; B-15, $350;
ROOMMATESbrown case. Paul, 6652809. 28A0118 Fender Super Reverb, $350. Apollo
MISCELLANEOUS Music Center, 769-1400. cX0127
BURNS PK. Resnonsible person to - ROAD AMPS, Rowland pianos and
share. $120-elec. 769-2350. 10Y120 PINBALL & COFFEE Earth amps available for in-store
ALBR RA-E___. -___.-_ The Cross Eyed Moose and Tommy's demo. Call for appointment. Apollo
AERT TERRACE-Male roommate Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy Music Center, 769-1400. cX0126
needed. Modern, luxurious. Call 662- free coffee every morning. cM0227
2453 83Y0120 STEREO COMPONENTS
MAE WANTED for nice house close PRIVATE PILOT Ground School. 12 20_40' ,OFF on most of the 120
to Arb. Good roommates. Reason- session course meets Monday nights, brands available. Call B.L. Co., 995-
able. 761-8773. 76Y0116 7-9:30 in East Engineering, begin- 9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. eXtco
ning Jan. 17. $45 course fee includes ___
SINGLE ROOM in clean, quiet 4- text Sponsored by UM Flyers. BUSINESS SERVICES
72M0l11 B SN S SR IE
bdrm. house near campus on Ged- -_--
des. Wood tram, fireplace, laundry. PINBALL & COFFEE GUITAR INSTRUCTION
Prefer female, working or grad. Td Classical-Private or class lessons by
Furishd,$11.5/mo pus tiitisThe Cross Eyed Moose and Tommys# concert performer. Reasonable rates.
Furnished. $112.50/mro. plus utiliies. Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy Guiart Galler . Nes Arcade.
663-2129 (best between 5 and 10) or free coffee every morning. cM0227 Guitar Gallery, 236 Nickels Arcade.
leave messw,- with Leslie, 761-1170. j_1662-5888, or 485-0310, eve. 81J0122
86Y115 FACULTY MEMBER WITH 16 month o fu
---- ------- -- old daughter wishes to organize FLUTE INSTRUCTOR on faculty
WANTED PERSON to share 2- cooperative play group with one to of three colleges. Member of prs.
bdrm, furnished apt. with male,; two year olds, 665-5459. 43M118 fessional duo. Will teach begin-
grad roommate. 3 blocks fror cam- ._ ning-advanced students in home.
pus. Good deal. Phone 668-8338 any- USED CARS Ten min. drive from campus. 429-
time. 87Y0116 9241. +Jfl7'
ROOMMATE 'NEEDED. Immediate '64 VW BEETLE, completely restored TYPING i'? PRINTING. IBMI
occupancy. Cooperative style house. to mint condition. Rust-proofed. Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
$80. 761-5648, 99Y119 769-1077 after -6 pm. 15N121 Michigan. Ypsilanti. 485 4800. c.ltc
FEMALE GRAD roommate needed 1968 VW FASTBACK. Body is solid, THE SECRETARIAT
for nice modern 2-bdrm. Fantastic good mechania conto Typing. Copying, Binding
on-campus location. Parking, A'C,. by VW dealership mechanic. Week- Editing, Drafting, Lettering
Non-smoker. Call now. 994-3516, days after 7, weekends anytime, 1- 1812 South State Street
38Y116 229-8942. 23N1191 11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
MARKLEY ROOM, Frost House.
Room and Board for Winter Term.
David, 763-3990. 100115
SOUTH UNIVERSITY AT FOREST
* 2 blocks to campus
* 4 month winter term lease
0 Single liability lease
* Piano room and study lounge
* Swimming pool
* 24 hour security
* Laundry facilities within
Visit University Towers -at 536 S.
Forest or call 761-2680. emit$
FREE ROOM AND BOARD in ex-
change for assistance with elderly
gentleman. 662-9628 or 663-5107.
LARGE 2-PERSON bdrm. and single
person bdrm. avail. in house right
off campus. $110/person/mo. Nego-
tiable. 63-0788. 360116
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5 words per line
PROGRAMMABLE CALCULATOR -
HP-55 with timer, linear regression,
conversions, free math pac. $225 or
best offer. Jim, 994-1268 eves.
UNICO COMPACT Refrigerator, ex-
cellent condition, $75; TEAC reel
to reel tape deck, auto reverse, Sound
on sound, $200. 995-4436. 94B116
TiAC 360-S STEREO cassette,
tapes, extras. New condition.- $210.
Craig, 761-1237. 40B116
BRAND NEW MATTRESS - Box
comb. 662-7186 after 6 p.m. 77B0116
GERARD turntable, dustoover; good
condition, $40, best offer. 995-7688.
5 CU. FT. REFRIGERA'TOR for sale.
Call 971-1869. dB0116
TYPEWRITER, Smith Corona por-
table-brand new. $50. 665-2433.
25 INCH COLOR T.V. $200 or best
offer. Call Pete, 662-9449. 61B0116
SET A RECORD
r on any of our pinball machines and
Iwin a free submarine sandwich.
CROSS EYED MOOSE
613 E. Liberty
Packard at State
UAC PRINT SHOP needs work-study
student 5-10 hours/week. Print-
mimeo-sales, $3.00/hour. Call 763-
WANTED-PERSON to clean apart-
ment of profesisonal couple with no
children. 4 hrs./wk. $3.50/hr. Call
995-2560 after 6 p.m. or weekends.
Must be 18, part time only. Apply
in person after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place. Start immedi-
HELP WANTED in Chinese food
store. Call 761-8020 for interview,
Mon.-Fri., 10-4. 880120
MOTHER OF TWO needs college
student for summer helper to live
in. Must swim. Call collect 557-6693
or write 2420Q Pierce, Southfield,
MI 48075. 90H127
EARN EXTRA MONEY - Part-time
as a Shaklee distributor, selling
top - quality products. Unlimited
earnings, qualify for car. Call Jeff
Meltzer at 764-3680. cH0212
WORK STUDY STUDENT withI
background in nutrition or eleien-
tary education. Teach nutrition to
children, parents, and teachers. 10-;
15 hrs./wk. $3 to $3.50/hr. Car.
Beverly Chethik, 973-9510. 65H116l
BABYSITTER - My home, Packard-
Stadium area. 10.month-old. Tues-
day and Thursday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.1
BUS BOYS WANTED to work forj
lunch and/or dinner in return '-
a meal. Call 761-5145, ask for Q. y.
FULL TIME Salesperson wanted.1
Must be willing to work, experience
preferred. Call Mr. Piku, 769-1400.
WORKSTUDY-UAC needs a sec-1
retary/aide. 763-1107. 30H0118
GRAD. ASST. position, % time,
avail, in occupational education pro-1
grams. Responsibilities include co..
ordinating manpower, releated con-
ferences, and workshops. Applica-
tions and full details are available
at 4003 School of Education Build.'
Closing date is Jan. 17. 05H01151
MASSEUSES WANTED. $8 hr. Apply
in person, 215 S. Fourth Ave.
CUT AIR TRAVEL COSTS up to 3,
You CAN save money using our new
Air Travel Referral Service. Call 482-
3480. We'll send details. Logisco In-
JACK WHITE is coming to the
Union. Watch for him on Feb. 7th.
OPEN TONIGHT 'til 1:00 a.m. Pin-,
ball, bowling, and billiards at the
HATHA T004 class, 640 Oxford,
Thursdays, Jan. 20-March 17, 8 p.m.
Call 995-5483 or come on Ja. 20.
TWO, WORKSHOPS with Peter
Fleming, Pellin Institute. Feb. 3-6.
Sex, Love, Affection: Intimate rela-
tions Feb. 10-13. People work: train-
ing in Gestalt methods. Details 665-
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a d i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
pN-GOING PERSONAL GROWTH
GROUPS FOR WOMEN (includes
Gestalt and body work). TUE. EVE-
NINGS: 7:30-10 (Feb. 1-Mar. 22);'
WEDS. AFTERNOONS: 1-3 (Feb. 2-
Mar. 23). Sliding scale. Leaders:
Catherine Lilly, Ruth Bigelow. Info/
registration: 662-2801, 663-8446.
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
tradit o-'' Call 761-0942 anytime.
C. ..-. AND PHYLLIS F.-
I LOVE YOU BOTH, MADLY,
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING. Join the
many each Sunday, 1-3 p.m., at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Instruction for
beginners and advanced. $.25.
U-M Inter-arts (literary) magazine
Serious and committed artists, edi-
tors, production persons, business
persons AND SALESPERSONS!
TUE., JAN. 18
Generation/Gargoyle office - First
floor, Student Publications Bldg.
IS FEB. 4
U-M STYLISTS at the Union. Chet,
Harold, and Dave. Open 8:30 a.m.-
5:15 p.m. CF0115
U.J.A. STUDENT Campaign is get-
ting organized. Interested people
should be at Hillel for 5:30 Sunday
MIXED BOWLING Leagues-- Now
forming, sign up now. Michigan
Union Lanes. cF116
ACU-I Tournaments for men and
women. Pocket Billiards Sat. & Sun.,
Jan. 22-23, 12 p.m. Bowlng. Sat.,
Jan. 22, 10 a.m Mich Union. cF$121
-GENTLEMEN LOOKING for mature
intellectual women interested in
marriage. Please reply to Daily Box
15, or 483-8659.Only serious appli-
cants need apply. 12F121
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your
make-up needs. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
At the Personal Growth Center, 403
Miller, 971-0102. 51F0125
at the University Club with the
Root's Trio: Noel Cunningham,
piano; Ted Hartley, bass; Stanley
Slaughter, drums. Friday and Satur-
day evenings 9 p.m.-1 a.m. in the
club cocktail lounge in the Michigan
Union building. Ask hostess for a
free trial membership card. 763-2236.
ONE - TO - ONE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP - Skill practice in
initiating, deepening, de-escalating
friendships. For 5 men, 5 women.
Jan. 21-23. Bob and Margaret Blood,
SHOP THE APOTHECARY Drug
Store and Save. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
$10 REWARD - Need own room in
house (or apartment) with parking
for winter term or longer. Adapta..
ble non-smoking vegetarian gradu-
ate student (social work). Prefer co-
ed community place with children
for around $100/month plus share
of utilities within 10 blocks of So-
cial Work Bldg. (E. Huron & State).
John, 994-4127. 27F01151
AN ALTERNATIVE COPIES-232c each
Work with inmates. Learn of Lowest Prices Anywhere
criminal "Justice." Inmate Project IMPRESS. 524 E. William, 665-4321
offers credit. Contact Susan Hilde- eFte
brandt, 763-3548. 32F123 -- ---
Here's the opportunity for prac-
PROJECT OUTREACH PERSONAL I tical experience working with
GROWTH GROUPS, LEADERSHIP young pebple. Innovative Tutorial
TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES offers credit. Contact Ellen Offen,
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
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for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not re 'sible for more than
(W-e it ,t insertion of an ad.
ALver zts may be removed
from ) uoicationf but will be
billed according to original num-
'er of days ordered. This policy
:s also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-,
vertisers names may never be
Numler of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words--5 words/line.
'Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of se,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i e. ,"preferably" is
"Foufd" ads are run free-n.
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
DIRECT PT.'RCHASING, volume sell-
ing, and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
GESTALT WOMEN'S WEEKEND.
Jan. 21-23 (Fri. eve-Sun. after-
noon). Fee: $35 ($15 deposit).
Leaders: Jane, Hassinger, MSW'/ 1
Catherihe Lilly. Info/registration:
662-2801, 994_4215. 73F119
Outreach consultants with skills, in -- -- ------$-
group and individual intervention XEROX AND OFFSET
are offering two groups for people fast, low cost duplicating
who are or would like to be group COPY QUICK
leaders. 1217 S. University 769-0560 ,
These offerings would be appropri-, _-._._-=
ate for people preparing to go into ON-GOING PERSONA14 GROWTH
helping professions, people who GROUP; starts Jan. 20. Thursday
have been interested in group phe- evenings-sliding scale ($10 mini-
nomena, or who have some experi- mum/session). Leaders: Michael
ence in leading different sorts of- Andes MSW, Catherine Lilly. Info/
groups. registration: 662-2801. 751119
Course credit may be available. In- 'NG WINE from the Village
formational meeting Sun., Jan. 16, 'rv cellar means properly
MLB Lee. Rm. 1, 4-6 p.m. For 5 ' z vine at a reasonable price.
further information, call 663-9472 Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ.
eves. - 50F116 Ave. cFtc
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY has BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
moved. 722 Brooks, Ann Arbor, 995 ed while-U-wait!, MBL PRESS, 1217
4000. cF0219 Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFto
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'71 HORNE'I, 6 cylinder stick shift.
Good condition. $750 or best offer.
Call between 12 p.m. and 6 pm.
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Flexible Programs and Hours
Over 38 years of experience and success. Small classes. Voluminous
home study materials. Courses that are constantly updated.'Centers
open days and weekends all year. Complete tape facilities for review
of class lessons and for use of supplementary materials. Make-ups for
With serious body rust or engine
aroblems within 50.000 miles or 5
years of Vega ownership are in-
vited to join a collective consumer
effort to obtainsatisfactory resti-I
tution from GM. Call Hugh McPher-
son. 761-8813. 66N0118
DR. PAUL C. USLANI
Full Contact Lens Service !
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A T TENTION!!
(The only Theatre group that does original script)
WRITERS: to submit scripts for production
LIGHTING DESIGNER CHOREOGRAPHER
MASS MEETING--Jan. 17 at 7:30 in the Pendleton Room
on the 2nd floor of the Union. For info call 763-1107.
you, te ling
to run our
It takes a Iat of confidence to come
fresh out of school and begin telling us
how to do things.
On the other hand, it takes an un-
usual company to provide the kind of
environment where that can happen, but
that is exactly the environment you'll find
at Scott Paper.
We constantly search for people
who have the ability to respond to chal-
lenge and think for themselves, those
with the initiative and desire to seek al- -
ternatives, the skill and courage to con-
vince others that there are better ways
and who aren't afraid to express their
At Scott, we admire an aggressive
stan. becausew uj r e na c 1 '
1 Slow run
5 Pour, as rain
9 Damp "
14 Arizona Indian
15 Pulpit, old style
17 Pipe part
18 Grouper of the
19 Reference book
20 1964 Supreme
23 Founder of
25 "-- anid only"
27 Survive a social
32 Bill: Slang
33 Luau food
36 License for
38 Kind of bear
39 Type of residence
40 Brats' stock-in-
43 Rabbit --
44 New Zealander
45 Changing, as
49 Corpus -- (body
50 Take it easy
51 One of the Smiths
54 --- many words
55 "- horse!"
57 Bartlett, for one
58 Ideal spot
1 Suffixes with four
2 Newspaper sec-
3 When togo for
4 Eastern or
5 Mexican food
7 Zaragoza's river
1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
13 Parties: Brit.
21 Treasure State:
22 Features of
25 Pay the bill
26 dirI's name
28 Free from bias
29 Not so good
32 Item in audio-
36 Victoria for
41 Cause of yawns
44 - Solemnis
45 Magical mark
46 Wagner role
47 Le Sage
48 Way i or out
Sunday Gay Discussions
An opportunity for discussion on ques-
tions of personal meaning. A brief
presentation on a different topic each
Sunday afternoon at 3, followed by dis-
cussion and a social hour.
BEST SELECTION of
Western Shirts in town
JANUARY 16: THE NATURE OF LOVE
JANUARY 23: ANDROGNY-THE
JANUARY 30: GAYNESS AND
FEBRUARY 6: STRAIGHT FRIENDS
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