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Friday, April 15, 1977

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HELP WANTED
TENNIS INSTRUCTORS, head pro,
assistant pro and camp positions;
good playing and teaching back-
grounds, good income and interest-
ing work; locations in eight states;
call (301) 654-3770, Robert Reade.
0411417
SUMMER - Personal attendants to
assist disabled individuals. Hours
flexible. Ann Arbor Center for In-
dependent Living, 971-0277. 18H417
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, part-time
for Spring Term. References, etc. on
request. Call Phil, 994-5806. dH418
ROOM, BOARD, and SALARY in re-
turn for part-time babysitting (dur-
ing spring-summer) and almost full
time (starting fall) for two great
little girls, 4 and 7. Private quarters
include bedroom, living room and
bathroom. Friendly atmosphere. Five
minute bike to campus. Start May
or in fall. 662-3435. 0211416
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, 2 days a
week. Flexible hours, $4/hr. Call
Ted Dieiman, 763-4421 between 8
and 5. 3311413
SUMMER CAMP JOBS-Shirt Im-
print operator (Will train) and
waterfront duties (W. S. I. required).
Nurse and general camp duties. In-
terviews April 17 (Sunday), 10-12:30
p.m. and 1 p.m.-4 p.m. at The
Civic Center, Prudden Hall, Lansing,
MI. Phone 517/646-6709. 00H415
STUDYING in Ann Arbor this sum-
mer? Diabled woman needs strong,
reliable person to aid w/meals,
dressing, etc. Mornings, some eve-
nings. 763-3000 days; 662-2734 eve-
nings, weekends. 34H419
CHEERLEADERS
(Men - Women) Pom-Pon persons.
Exciting summer job (teach and
travel). Tryouts April 17 (Sunday),
10-12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m.-4 p.m. at
The Civic Center, Prudden Hall,
Lansing, MI. Phone 517/646-6709.
00H415
TENNIS INSTRUCTORS, head pro,
assistant pro and camp positions;
good playing and teaching back-
grounds, good income and interest-
ing work; locations in eight states;
call (301) 654-3770, Robert Reade,
0411417
COUNSELORS-Waterfront and Arts
and Crafts. Jewish Day Camp. 995-
2337. dH619
SPRING TERM
BABYSIT three year old boy, in
Burns Park home close to campus.
M-F, 12-4:30. Now until June 12.
Eves., 665-6339. 4211417
HOUSE MANAGERS for residential
treatment program, for young emo- .
tionally disturbed adults. Related
experience and managerial ability.
Positions begin July 1st. Call 995- .
0318 or 769-7535 for further informa-
tion. 00H419
WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS
FOR JEWISH DAY CAMP. CALL
995-2337. dH419
HELP WANTED: the University Cel-
lar will be taking applications on
April 4-11 for Fall Book Rush 1976.
Further information may be obtain-
ed at Info Desk in rear of Cellar,
basement of Michigan Union. M-F
9:30-5:30, Sat. 12-5, closed Sunday.
52H608
MURRAY HOTEL, Mackinac Island,
49757. Needs summer cooks, secre-
tary, bartenders, maintenance, piano
Players aund personnel for rotation
betwn. food service, waitressing and
housekeeping, send complete res-
ume. work experience, recent photo
and 1st and 2nd job choice to above
address. 26H419
MOTHER'S HELPER-LIVE-IN
MAY-AUGUST
responsible, enthusiastic, genuine
love and respect for children-super-
vise 6 year old daughter, light
housekeeping, good swimmer, refer-
ences. Palmer Woods area, Detroit.
368-3035. 45H419
AMATEUR TALENT needed for
gong show night to be held at Abi-
gails Dirty Shame Saloon (opening
in this area soon). Call between 11
a.m. and 4 p.m., 1-588-0448 and ask
for Ed, or between 1-5, 434-9758,
ask for Gail. 27H419

TRAVEL
LOW COST flights to Europe from
$259. Israel from $469, plus Africa
and the Far East.
Call Toll Free Europe In't. LTD.
(800) 223-7676
20P419
LOW COST TRIPS to ports and vil-
lages in the South Pacific.. Free
catalogue: Goodman's GoodTravel
Tours, Dept. MI, 5332 College Ave.,
Oakland, CA 94618. 03P419
EUROPE -- Flexibly and Inexpen-
sively. Call European Flights, Toll-
Free. 1-8004-848-0786. 96P504
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-SET OF 6 KEYS, initials
GFK. 662-2499. dA415
LOST--Tan vinyl and suede shoulder
bag; lost under bench in front of
Michigan Union. $10 reward, no
questions asked. 971-8650. 33A415
LOST
Rose-colored glasses on the Diag
Tues. Please call pesrsistently for
reward. 662-6099. 78A415
FOUND - Plain gold ring, Initials'
and date inside. Call 764-1827. dA415
BIKES, SCOOTERS
WOMAN'S 3-speed bike. Metal sad-
dle-bags. Needs work. 662-7821.
22Z419
1974 HONDA CB360G, many extras,
fine shape. Medical student must
sell for tuition. 995-5240. 03Z416
GITANE BICYCLE-23.5" Reynolds,
531 d.bU frame. Campagnolo strong-
light. Universal components.
Very few miles, never raced. $500-
600 new, asking $300 or offer. Must
sell. Telephone Dan at 662-4147, eve-
nings. 77Z417

BUSINESS SERVICES
THEY'RE ALL IN PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at
~~ "'home. Reasonable rates. Fast service.
~THE 'REDonna, 973-0433. 91J416
HOUSE CLEANING WANTED - Im-
maculate cleaner. References if re-
quired. Call Kay at 769-0871 after
6pm. dJ
MUSICAL MDSE., FOR SALE ----- --__-- -- -
RAD IOS, R EPAIRSSTUDENT TYPING - Professional,I
TWO JUNIOR priority football cou- reasonable rates. 994-4309. ask for!
GREAT NEW Harmony Guitar- pons. Call Bob at 764-7922. 06B415 Barbara. cJ4198
Must sell! Do call 764-5968. 35X419 Ann Arbor-THE ANTIQUES MAR- TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
KET, Sunday, April 17, 5055 Saline- Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 .
Used CONTESSAd5-string banjo. Ann Arbor Rd. Exit 175 of 1-94, over Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
EXCELLENT condition. Call 761- 200 dealers with their finest col- TYPING - Dissertations, theses.
1420. 42X417 lections (saved all winter for this manuscripts. Selectric II, BA. Eng-
AKDCM Time I sale), everything guaranteed. FEA- lish literature, experienced profes-
P forsale, plus otherwhigh-en- TURING: A-CI Several pair BRASS sional typist. 665-4524. 40J419
dewsifor aleplus7 other 75gh-endcandlesticks, CHINESE export plates, -
equip. Call 662-7293. 75X419 set balloon back CHAIRS, 45 FOOT-
MARANTZ 2325 Receiver, 125 watts/ STOOLS, TREENWARE, WINDSOR STEPHENS{
channel. Includes walnut cabinet, chairs, fine cherry stands; A-19&A- PROFESSIONAL
full Dolby capability. $420, like new 23 fine ENGLISH pieces; A-32 can- TYPEWRITING
Call Bill 663-2739. 14X416 dlestand w/tilt top & snake foot, E
EPIPHONE Bas- Guita $175. o cheese basket, pie safe; B-9 set of 4 SERVICE
EPIPHONE Bass Guitar, $175.Apollostep down WINDSORS, PENN. 2 pc.E
Music Center, 769-1400. cX410 step-50 back cupboard w/bracket EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
WUfoot, glass doors, spoon rack & DISSERTATIONS
WANTED! Used hard shell case for plate rails, old red paint, PENN- DIHSES TANS
six string acoustic guitar. Will pay DUTCH folk art; B-28 set of 12 blue THESES - MANUSCRIPTS
$. Call Chris, 995-5406. dX416 Wedgewood 1928 U-M pictorial Reasonable Rates
.- plates (Field House, Union, etc.); Academic/Professional
GREAT BUYS on some excellent B-29 fine old butcher block; B-25 Personalized IBM Selectrie Type
guitars. Guaranteed to be satisfied TOOLS: B-30 TOOLS Incl. BRASS Ragged Right and Justified Margins
with sound and price. Call Dan, framed ebony brace, fine ENGLISH Error-Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
665-5405. cXtc stuffed planes, COOPERS long joint- EDITING. PRINTING. LETTERING.
er; C-12 CHINESE cabbage leaf CASSETTE TRANSCRIPTION
STEREO COMPONENTS punch bowl, large HAWTHORNE jar, 'TELEPHONE DICTATION
20-40% OFF on most brands. Be COLLECTION tea pots, AMARI; C- Pick-up and Delivery
smart-don't over pay. Call B.L. Co. 20 fine American INDIAN baskets, Confidential
995-9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc beadwork, babycarriers, moccasins, P O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
also coins, medals & token; C- 18c Stephens 434-1984
USED CARS MAHOGANY tall case clock, two 18c cJtc
chests of drawers; C-19 Dealer from
OLDS 98 L.S. 4-door. Air, all power, PARIS, FRANCE with French coun
new brakes. Must sell. 761-1248. cNtc try pine, brass, poreclains; D-3 ART PETS AND SUPPLIES
NOUVEAU incl. bowls & figurines; NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS --
'73 VW Campmobile, with pop-top, E-1 ADVERTISING-paper, tin, glass; Good watch dogs, good with chil-
auto. trans., Ziebart, radio, exc. F-10 19c American OILS; F-I1 AD- dren. all 483-5973 after 10 a.m. dT
cond. $2900. 434-3491 evenings and VERTISING; F-32 BASKETS. 8 a.m.-
weekends. 43N419 4 p.m. Come early, you will be ad-
mitted anytime after 5 a.m. Admis- PERSONAL
1969 IMPALA. A/C, all-power, huge sion $1.00. 38B415 -- - - -- - -
trunk. Starts on a dime, even this ----.--- -------- -----Persian House
past winter. Indistuctable, $250. 662- MALE'S FLANNEL Topcoat, size 38, ORIENTAL RUGS
2633. 04N417 worn twice, $35. Male's Suit, 36 We buy used and new. 769-8555
coat, 30 waist, 31 length pants, $15. 995-7597.
SALE Call Kerm at 769-7824 between 5:30 cF419
FOS LE!and 7:30 p.m. ONLY, please. d --- -- - ------- -_®_
SHEEPSKIN - 2 coats, size 7 and "BREAKOUT"
YAMAHA 175 c.c. Enduro ('73). Ex-
10. $150/best offer. 1 rug, $100/best ceient condtion/4300 miles. $425.00 The exciting new TV game of skill
offer, MUST SELL. United Audio or bet o /4(ms sel. $4ll .61 is at the Cross-Eyed Moose, 613 E.
Turntable, $250 new, 2 yrs. old, $80 s7ss8 dB416 Liberty. cF415
firm. Call 665-7106 or 662-5181. SR G C AIB4le f
89B419 SWEATERS and KNIT SHIRTS,~X SPRING CLEANING supplies for
- - I large: permanent press shirts, 161; your body: luscious soaps and
YARD SALE - Furniture, kitchen Slacks 40 in. waist; top coat; snow- bubble baths, loofashs, aloes, bath
stuff, camping gear, clothes, books, mobile suit. Excellent condition. brushes, nalbrushes-Little Dipper
records, and other goodies. Sat. and 7610596 438412 Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent
Sun. 709 Lawrence. 48B417 9.to Farmer's Market in Kerrytown).
SPEAKERS-AR-5, $250; Weight-lift- BUSINESS SERVICES cF415
ing set: 110-1b., vinyl coated, $20. T N MDONE In mys EDIEVAL THEATER at its best,
Jim, 668-6820. dB415 PN accurate, reasonable. ymCall. Isabel at TP lay:of Robin and M arion",
PACE 145 CB, 23 channel, with lock 973-9618. cJtc Theatre. Tickets at Jacobson's, Lib-
slide mount with external speaker. - erty Music, Mendelssohn (week of
Also 150 feet of coax-cable. Slightly THE SECRETARIAT production), or call 763-2066 (morn-
used-in good condition. Offer. Call Typing. Copying, Binding ings). Group rates available. 49F417
Mike at 769-7824 afternoons or before Editing, Drafting, Lettering T
7:30 p.m. dB 812 South State Street STARDATE 7704.15: Capt. GLC
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594 Log entry 7704.14 supplemental: in
E.E. and MATH Library pacs for addition, there is Space 1999 "Year
SR-52 calculators. New. Call 764- FAULTLESS one-week thesis bind- 2." Can you believe it? Started Roots
5968, eves. 34B419 ing. Academy Book Bindery, 722 last night. Nice. Hope to see you at
CHEAP CHIC Clothing Sale, sizes Brooks, (off Miller) 995-4000. 59J419 concert rehearsal tomorrow evening.
HBring bank and book. c. urchin.
9-13 books too. April 16, 10 a.m. FLUTE INSTRUOTOR ' on faculty cF415
1338 Washtenaw. 56B415 of three colleges. Member of pro--
fessional duo. Will teach begin- PREGNANT? Need help?
GERRY camponaire nylon tent. For ning-advanced students in home. Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
2-3. Clean; little use. $110/offer. j Ten min. drive from campus. 429- 1283.. Pregnancy tests available.
761-7865. 65B417 9241. CJ417 ctc

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WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on BABYSIT and light housekeeping LATHER UP with pure bristle shav- BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
contact lens preparations. Village for mature sitter. Part-time, 3-4 ing brushes' and imported shaving ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc days. Able to cook. Own car, and cream from True. Little Dipper Can- Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
_____I___ fleible for working father. 769-1400, dies. 415 N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent to; -----
SCIENCE AND VALUES. Interested? ror 971-1248. cHtc Farmer's Market, in Kerrytown). WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
Try University course 265 next Fall, - - - IcF414 tradition. Call 761-0942 anytime.
sponsored by the Collegiate Insti-J ZA0 ct
tute for Values and Science, Mon-- JAZZ MASSAGE PERSONS wanted._.--
day, Wednesday, and Friday at 10.00. at the University Club with the per hour. Will train. Phone 668-9755. PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
48F417 Root 's Trio: Noel Cunningham. 3311419 Through B e h a vi o r Modification.
- piano: Ted Hartley, bass; Stanley _ .____Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. cFtc
FRUSTRATED? Slaughter, drums. Friday and Satur- CAROL AND PHYLLIS F.- I
You haven't played pinball at the day evenings 9:30 p.m.-i :30 a.m. In I LOVE YOU BOTH, MADLY, CHEAP LSAT TUTORING -- I will
Cross Eyed Moose yet, have youth the club cocktail lounge in the THEOPHILUS. epte help you prepare for the test in
cF4yy, Michigan Union building. Ask hos- --------- -- ---------- individual sessions for $5 an hour.
4tess for a free trial membership GRADUATE SCHOOL (I scored 766 and will enroll in- a
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR" card. 763-2236. cFtc Find a professor who knows the, prestigious law school this Septem-
(it's good for our business) -------- Grad School or University that in- ber). Barry, 995-0308. 17F415
Austin Diamond DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud- terests you. SAMM: 1213 Angell,
1209 S. University, 663-7151 dhist meditation group under the Tuesdays/Thursdays. 763-4141. HELP WANTED: the University Cel-
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa, 63F415 lar will be taking applications on
cFtc Rlnpoche, meets weekly for medi- -- -Apr. 4-11 for Fall Book Rush 1977.
tation and study. For information DSF, the cookie-monster is going to Further information may be obtain-
FREE P1NBALL phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc get you. Better watch out and be ed at Info Desk in rear of Cellar,
every Thursday from 5-5:30 p.m. at --- ---- --- ---- nice to your roommates! basement of Michigan Union. M-F
the Cross-Eyed Moose. cF416 YOUR HOUSE is your home . . . or -Fig Newton, dF415 9:00-5:00; Sat. 10:00-5:00; Sun. 12-
is it? If you, as households or co- 3 ------ --_- 5:00. cH410
XEROX AND OFFSET operatives, are having difficulty sur-, NEED A SLEEP-MATE? Can't Study?
viving with each other, this inno- Dorm-Apartment too noisy? Light ADDRESSERS WANTED immediate-
fast, low cost duplicating vative counseling service may help. Sleeper? Insomnia? Restless Chil- ly! Work at home-no exper. neces-
1217 5 UniversIty 769-0560 995-4857 evenings. 04F416 dren? Night Noises? The FANTASTIC sary. Excellent pay. Write American
cFtc -- - ---r---6---- new SLEEP-MATE Absolutely Guar- Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 269,
A PERIODICAL RETREAT has antees Relief. FREE BROCHURE. Dallas, TX 75231. 74H414
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your worthwhile summer reading. We spe- SLEEP-MATE, Box 382-M, Orem,
make-up needs. Village Apothecary, cialize in alternative press publica- Utah 84057. 02F419 SOUTHFIELD FAMILY would like
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc tions, foreign periodicals, literary mother's helper to live in for sum-
and scholarly quarterlies. 316 S. PIANO TEACHER, classical and pop. mer. Must swim. Call collect, 352-
YPSI-ANN ARBOR LANES and State. 663-0215. cF415 Call Mr. Piku, 769-1400. eH415 0907. 58H416
LOUNGE, open bowling available at
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and Tuesday at 9:30, Friday 6:30-
9:30, and 11:30-2:00 a.m. 98F419
PAUL, PAUL, PAUL-This will be'
an ever-lasting love. Cause, cause,
cause. Chiquita. 36F415
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead
via high mark-up. For the area's
lowest prices and finest qualities
possible on an engagement ring,,
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great
soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetables and fresh
bean sprouts served all day. Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. 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
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80 acre wildlife preserve near Chel-
sea. Swimming, sailing, camping, ca-
noeing, picnicking. All-year mem-
bership $50 per adult, children free.
Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. 63F419
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MAN is in
need of a woman who would love
to experiment with her cooking
talents for evening meals. Great
kitchen!1 973-2220. 74F417
POETRY WANTED for Anthology.
Include stamped envelope. Contem-
porary Literature Press, P.O. Box
26462, San Francisco, Ca. 94126.
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