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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 23, 1976

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HELP WANTED PERSONAL PERSONAL
DISHWASHER WANTED. Meal job. MBA SEEKING 3 unrelated stu- WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
733 S. State. 761-5676. 15H925 dents. Received tickets to Satur- quality diamonds- -Austin Dia nond
day'F Navy game unexpectedly. Offer 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST - Be- is free, hopefully stochastic and en-
ginning Monday, Sept. 27. 8 hrs. per+A - _.

PERSONAL

t Oct. 22. lGordonItirey casual. Call 1-464-6240 after 6.

TucKer or Mike
0561

Sadofsky at 764-
dHtc

FOR RENT ROOMMATES
2 MALE LEASES, Oxford Housing, ROOMMATE WANTED to fill 4-per-
1 co-op, 1 suite. Leon, 764-7989. son apt. (preferably male). Central
05C9256I campus, icely furnished, 712 Oak-r
land, No. 4. 662-6237. $82.50 mo.,
STUDIO SPACE for rent. 2nd floor, 06Y9283
Ann Arbor Art Association. Call for ROOMMATE WANTED - Male-Fe-
info. 994-8004. 75C926 R M W- F

RECREATION BUSINESS SERVICES
ERWIN FARMS LOFI'S BUILT-Single, double,c
U PICK APPLES tom. From $15, including materi
-Call evenings, 665-0843. 1&
538354 Pontiac Trail, across from Call e i - 1-
New Hudson airport. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. PIANO INSTRUCTION. M.M. deg
McIntosh 9 10, $5.75. Red Delicious Former U-M teaching assistant.
9 24, 56.50. Golden Delicious, Oct. levels. 994-3857. 14
1st, $6.50. Spies & Ida Reds, Oct. -
95R1012 TYPING-Reasonable, IBM Selec
116 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti, 485-
MUSICAL MDSE.,
D TOS~ REPA IRD

cus-
ials.
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4800.
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COME LIVE with us!! We're the 21
people at Debs Co-op looking for
one female to make our house com-
plete. Call 761-1237 or contact the
I.C.C., 4th floor, Union. 87C923
CHEERY STUDENT ROOMS. 8
month lease. No kitchen. 769-2432.
74C926
2 MARKLEY LEASES for sale. 769-
0273 68C924
2 OPENINGS for women in coed
co-op. Campus, private bedroom, $90
month. 995-2310. 250923
BASEMEN'T EFFICIENCY - Good
Student, $150. 428 Cross St., Ann
Arbor. 31C923
CO-OP LIVING-SPACES for women
and men still available in Central
and North campus houses. Call ICC
At 662-4414 or come to 4002 Mich-
igan Union. 22C925
SLEEPING ROOMS, furnished, 1
block to Rackham or L.S.A.; heat,
water, and elec. included in rent,
663-4101 or 662-7787. 610924
ROOM AND BOARD
FEMALE - ROOM available in Ox-
ford Co-op. Inexpensive and friend-
ly $50, bonus. Call Mary, 764-7987,
persistently. 44E923

miale. Own bdrxn. Fantastic pece,
completely furnished. Right on
Whitmore Lake. 15 min. to sampus.
Call 764-8274, ask for Dave Howard.
88Y928
2 FEMALES NEEDED---Own room in
co-op living situation; $94 plus util.
Burns Par karea. Phone 994-0143, 7-9
93Y924
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share large, beautiful, off cam-
pus one bedroom apt. 7th and
Madison. Nice, quiet, residential
area. NO 8-6906. cYte
MISCELLANEOUS

PIANO AND
FOR SALE--Guild Mark II classical
guitar. Call 994-5580 after 5:00. HARPS I CORD
1 or:ner instructor at the U. ofI
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS for an Hartford, and Williams College.
amateur pop group. Mixed preferred, Close to campus. Call 665-9324.
for a 3-month overseas tour. For 70J926
details, phone 662-4636. 24X925 FLUTE INSTRUCTION: Private. ~
QUALITY GUITARS for sale-Guild New to area. Affiliated with three
D-50, handmade Rosewood classical, colleges. Member of professional duo.
662-8576. 91X927 Beginning Advanced college stu-
dents. 429-9241. 46J926
10 SP. PEUGEOT PR-10. Complete ---
tuurin!wPanniers. 665-5042. 03926 PIANO. ORGAN. Terrific teacher.

LUNCH SITTER wanted Wednesday j
and Friday 11:30-2:15. Burns Park
area. Call 665-6287. 96H926j
WEEKEND COOK Sat, and Sun.,
noon meal only. 663-8785. 97H924;j
PART TIME SALES PERSON needed
at Ann Arbor's leading men's store.j
Apply at Marty's Men's Fashion
Clothing, 310 S. State. 98H930
DISHWASHER with salary and din-
ner. Needed for dinner meal only.
663-8785. 99H924
BABYSITTER-We need help with,
our infant daughter 2 mornings a
week. Days and fee negotiable. 761-1
7053. 79H925
HELP! After school supervision for
a first grader, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Mon,-'
Fri. Light housekeeping expected. I
$30'wk. Please call 665-9458 after 61
p.m. 49H9231
STUDENT Research Assistant-Part-I
time, for library research in the
field of psychoanalytic biography.
1-557-0396. 29H923

QUALIFYING ROUNDS for the U-M
Men's & Women's Inter-Collegiate
bowling team will be held Sunday.
Sept 26 at 6 p.m. at Union Lanes.
Sign up now. cF925
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue:
Shield prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
OZONE HOUSE needs you to pro-
vide temporary housing for young
people in crisis-one day to 2 weeks
-a comfortable couch is all you
need. Call Punkin at 769-6540.
cF1212
BRIGHTEN THINGS UP
with a candle from Little Dipper,
415 N. Fifth Ave., in Kerrytown
(adjacent to Farmer's Market).
cF923
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
WONDERFULLY charming Black
woman wishes to meet ambious and
courteous Black man over 24, career
in progress, music interest, artistic
knowledge, and not overly physically
inclined. Reply to: D.J., Daily Box
1, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. dF928
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT WORK-
SHOP-"Moving Toward Wholeness."
Joyful connections within myself
and between us through individual
and group motion. Saturday, Octo-
ber 2. Margaret Blood, 769-0046.
08F930

FREE FOOSBALL
Every Monday between 3-4 p.m. al
the Cross-Eyed Moose. cF92;
Pinball/Footbal l
SPECIAL
, After the game on Sa, urday. brin
your ticket stub to
TOMMY'S HOLIDA" CAMP
or
THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
and receive 50c worth of pinball
for 25c. Home game Saturdays 4-4
p.m. cF93C
SINGLES WORKSHOP for 5 men
ana 5 women: Reaching out, ask-
ing, saying yes and no. Sept. 24-26-
Bob and Margaret Blood 769-0046,
69F923
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
SARCADE
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
cFtc
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luci Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Ameri-
,ard. 994-1311. cF1212
COPIES-22c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
eFtc

BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7
pia Portable Typewriter

.00; Olyn-
r, recently

BUY MY DORMITORY contract;
East Quad. Room and Board. Call{
Harry, 764-1660. 42E924
GRAD STUDENT with car-apart-
ment with garage in exchange for
13 hrs. of chores/week. 769-3726.
98E924
SAVE
MONEY
Desperate to sell DORM LEASE.-
Female for central campus double.!
I sm transferring. Will negotiate
price. Save time, call immediately.
Cathy, 764-9638. 86E923I
REAL ESTATE

reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM -_ .-_ _ Improvement guaranteed. Professor GOODYEAR -- IMMEDIATE OPEN-
- -HERNANDIS G U I T A R S, classical from world famous Santa Cecilia INGS--Electricians, Pipefitters, Ma-
USED VACUUMS and steel. 40 list. 665-7348. cXtc Academy, Rome, Italy. Concert chine Repairmen. Must heve pre-
6 month guarantee. We service all -pianist, specializing Franz Liszt, vious satisfactory experience and
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center, STEREO equipment, Audioanalyst Chopin. Beginners, advance. 761- tools for the job. Excellent wages,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc A-200X speakers, Crown Di5O amp, 4300. 92J930 paid vacations, holidays, hospitali-
Crown IC150 pre-amp, Tandberg - -- zation and- life insurance. Apply'
TDC 300 cassette deck. Call Phil at I AM a full-t.ime, free lance typist Employment Dept., 2219 Chapin St.,
FOR SALE 761-2749 or 769-1043, 08X924 with considerable experience typing Jackson, MI. An equal opportunity
- ~~~~~~~~~books, dissertations, papers. I type ;akoM.A qa potnt
---FOR SALE -- Contract with Vic oer,1d0ss0rt , pemployer. 10H928
' Tann Female. 995-5395.-C c w 929 USED CARS ver 1 wpm, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. WORK ON MEAL CREW
QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS and box 1971 AMBASSADOR Wagon,V-8 01o recting Selectric. Call Bill, Fraternity on campus. Stop in at
spring for sale. Good condition. Best auto., power str., brakes, air. Like 6 . c 2 Beta Theta Pi, 604 S. State, or call
offer. Call 662-4325 after 5 p.m. new inside and out. $1095. 426-3282.9T7H E SECRETA6R192AT NEEDED4.EMHME-
PHOTOGR APHER NEEDED IMME-
TWO CU. FT. refrig.ifreezer; d'uble AMC HORNET. Good transportationI DISSERTATION DIATELY: Experienced only for
burner hot plate. 761-6825, evenings. cheap. Call 995-4699. 85N928 SPECIALISTS journalistic work on the staff of
23B926 - __--- Tthe 1977 Michiganensian. Paid post-
CAMERO '70. Gold, black top. Good Typing, Copying, Binding tion. Samples of work required. Call
'6 W xeln odtoA-Editing, Notary Service 7406 n s o odn H2
66 VW Excellent condition condition. $1550. 994-4128. 83N929 764-0561 and ask for Gordon. dH924
FM, rebuilt engine, new brakes. 663____ 812 South State Street_________________
r898. 11B928 '74 MGB, excellent con., low mile- New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. MARKETING POSITION AVAIL-
C$ Ca$.ny extras. 971-1600. After 6, or by appointment 9943594 ABLE: Need capable person for po-
age. Many extras.59 sition of Marketing Manager on the
COUCH, $40; Conn guitar, $30; 769-9545 01N928 cJtc safo h 97Mciaesa
small mahogany table, $10; large --- ------ - staff of the 1977 Michiganensian
antique table, $20. Call 994-4376 FOR SALE-1970 Ford Fairlane, Pw. TYPING ((U-M Year-In-Review). Paid posi-
after 6 p.m. 86B923 brakes. steering, auto. trans., V8, and Business Services. Experienced- tion. Call Gordon at 764-0561, dH924
_. _ --. _$295. 764-9745 after 8:30 p.m. 80N926 Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
10-SPEED BICYCLE. Tour de - - --- ---------~- 995-4223.J1212B IT EE I
France, Mafac brakes. 23" frame, ex- '71 VW Super Beetle. $1000. 763- cJ1___ MEDIATELY: Business Manager po-
cellent condition. $100. 769-4087. 6160, evenings. 67N926 PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES, basic sition on 1977 MICHIGANENSIAN
07B924 - - -- ~- -and advanced. For more informa- staff. Paid position. APPLY IMME-i
DODGE DART, '71, 6, automatic, Lion.995-4384.53J926 DIATELY. Call Gordon at 764-0561.
GOLF CLUBS: Wilson Staff, full set. ; 40,000 mi. Excellent condition. $1,150. u __dH924
3 woods, 2 irons, 10 wedge, excellent 995-0596. 73N923
j condition. $125. 973-0640 weekdays. --- PART-TIME 1-5 Litton Dental. Ap-
48B929 '72 DATSUN 510. Automatic. BestE ply after 2-5. 713 N. Univ. 07H919
. __ . - - . offer. 665-7406. 33N924 --
FIVE CUBIC FOOT Refrigerator, -TICKETS
excellent condition. Call 761-3541 '67 VW VAN, rebuilt engine, excel-
after 10 p.m. 55B923 lent transportation, $950. 764-5695. ZIPPER NEEDS 3 or 4 tickets to
T -V- 12" -so lid sta te -- - - - in - - 7- -929 _an y g am e. 665-5503 after 6 p .m .
Tant of stch. Excelentcn- WAN04Q924
stanit an/off switch. Excellent con- WANTED TO BUY S E V C

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STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL
. NN V9TIOLN. the Ed. School stu-
'e, --vernment s soliciting School
f m :'ication students interested in
bein, seatecd on any Ed. School
t faculty committees. Contact SEI
'fl e 1;'34 SEB or call 763-1244.
28F103
YOUR STYLE is important to us.
U-M Stylists at the Union. Open
1:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. cF924
WANTED-Prostitute or ex-prosti-
tute and numbers runner or ex-
numbers runner, to discuss profes-
sion with undergrad class. Call
Randy 764 8928, after 12 noon.
22F926
FIRST PLAYER
1 at the Cross-Eeyed Moose receives
50 cents in pinball. Open 11 a.m.,
Sunday at noon. 613 E. Liberty.
cF928
ON-GOING PERSONAL GROWTH
GROUP: Leader, Michael Andes.
Tuesdays, 7:30-10 p.m. Fee: $10/min-
imum. 665-5439, 662-2801. 60F928
SENIOR NURSING STUDENTS-To
be a member of the Navy's health
team contributing your professional
talents and knowledge can bring the
greatest satisfaction you will ever
experience in your nursing career.
For information on how to become
a Navy Nurse, call Navy Nurse Pro-
grams (collect) 313/226-7789 or 7845.
U of M TAE KWON DO Club wel-
comes all beginning classes at 6
p.m. Mon. and Wed. at Martial
Arts Room in New Central Campus
I.M. Bldg. For info--Gregg, 761-
6505; Don, 994-4912; Joe, 665-8543.
89F929
WE GIVE a 15 percent discount on
contact lens preparations. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S: University.
cFte
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZLE
P UTTER REGALE
-T E R A V A J ON
ESCAPADE PEDANT
S TOM A B E GI1N M
COVE LIVID' T GA
ARES IRED SUDAN
L IER FED EM INEN
PIG OLE
C APULET COT MOM
A R1 AS R R N
BE TA SUCRE OER
ALE METRO SWISS
RINGED IN ITI
N E PA A
T E E T E R L.A R G E R

AVAILABLE NOW-4 bdrm., family#
room w/fireplace, 2 baths, attached

garage, 1g. patio, two back to back dition. $100. 662-5182. 52B924- -------
lots. $45,000. 668-8318. 90R929 ,-___ WANTED -- Football Tickets& Call j
__t._45____68-31 9-R92 SEPTEMBER Clearance Sale of in-'(313) 694-5293 after 5. 20K930 !
stock ceramics and glass at The;
Cracked Pot Shop, 2432 Harding, DESPERATE-NEED 4-5 tickets to-
Ypsilanti. Open evenings only. 434- gether for Michigan State game.
5914. cB930 Will pay good $. 668-8571. Ask for
SITUATIONS WANTED Sv.- - _-------
-$5 0 WANTED--4 tickets together for the
AUTH' of theses and disserta-; Wake Forest game Oct. 2. Section I
tions. ou need artwork done? 27 or better preferred. Price neg.
over 662-516 500925 Call 662-3692. 12K926
DEALERCOST

MANUSCRI PT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guar anteed
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE

NEEDED-2 tickets needed for the
Michigan-Michigan State game. Call
Beth, 764-0560. dQ926
2 TICKETS wanted together for
Michigan/Navy. Call collect 1-559-
8711 during business hours. 46Q924
UNCLE KARL - needs 3 Tickets
together for Michigan State Game.
Phone 482-5731 after 8 P.M. dQtc
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Blue denim jacket, Tuesday,
1st floor E. Eng. 663-1786 (eve.).
25A923
LOST-Contact lenses in black con-
tainer. Contact Bill, 316 E. Madison,
No. 15 or call 665-0775. 92A929
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

WE GIVE a 15% discount on con-
tact lens preparations.
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your
makeup problems.
VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 S. University
cFtc
ROSE'S WAITING
for you at the snack bar in the
basement of the Michigan League!
Delicious food, good company, in-
sane prices . . . Open 7:15 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 65F924
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, . Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFtc
ON-GOING GESTALT TRAINING
GROUP: leaders: Michael, Andes,
Catherine Lilly, Thursdays through
Dec. 9, plus weekend. Fee: $10/
session minimum. Call 665-5439, 662-
2801. 59F928
ENJOY international food with in-
teresting people. FRIENDS INTER-
NATIONAL CO-OP. Student meal
memberships available, low cost.
Don't miss it for lack of informa-
tion or reluctance to inquire. Tom/
Carol, 761-7435. 61F926
GROUP TRAINING WORKSHOP by
Lifework Counseling. Ongoing/week-
end group-expand counseling skills
-work on personal issues. Call 995-
0088 & leave message for Richard
Kempter, leader. 84F928
MIXED BOWLING leagues forming.
Sign up now, Union Lanes. Open
11 a.m. today. cF923
'Make Love - Not War"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University--663-7151
cFte
OZONE HOUSE needs you to pro-
vide temporary housing for young
people in crisis-one day to 2 wks.
-a comfortable couch is all you
need. CallPunkin at 769-6540.
cF1212
SPECIAL RATES this week. Bowling
at 50c per game now 'til Saturday.
11 a.m.-6 p.m. At the Union. cF925
FREE SUB
given to each new record holder on
our pinball machines at the CROSS-
EYED MOOSE, 613 E. Liberty. Open
10:30 a.m.-midnight. cF921
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
GROUP TRAINING WORKSHOP by
L i f e w o r k Counseling. Ongoing/
weekend group-expand counseling
skills-work on personal issues. Call
995-0088 and leave message for
Richard Kempter, leader. 84F928

on New
TOYOTA
HI-LUV
PICK-UP
TRUCKS
Thru Sept.
-only-
TOYOTA
Ann Arbor
907 N. Main at Depot
769-7935

Thur., Sept. 23 4-6 p.m. Pendleon Lounge

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P.O. Box 181
Ms. Stephens

Ypsilanti, Mich. I
434-1984!
cJ1212

"DEIFICATION OF THE SELF"
Peter Marin's critical reflections on the new religious and
humanistic movements.
His insightful feature article in Harper's (October,
1975, "The New Narcissism" caught our eye. Then we
discovered he was the resident moralist and critic of the
Association for Humanistic Psychology and had some im-
portant things to say about the so called "joys of self-
love." Mr. Marin will address himself to the issues of
moral blindness and selfishness and psychic health. Mr.
Marin has had a varied career as consultant to HEW,
Washington, D.C.; educator, counselor; and author.
THURS. MORNING
Informal conversation 10:12 a.m. 3204 Mich. Union
Lounge-Office of Ethics and Religion
FOR INFORMATION-ETHICS AND RELIGIAN-764-7442

ACROSS
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5 Is energetic
9 Levantine vessel
13 Corrida parti-
pant
14 Insect
15 Lamb: Lat.
17 The Ould Sod
18 Verse units
19 Our: Fr.
20 Serenity: Phrase
23 Earn a gold medal
24 Offend
25 Shore dinner
27 Take into
account
30 - things!
31 Expatriate
32 Evening, in
Gascony
33 Turnout
37 Walter -
Mare
38 Regards
39 Capable of
40 Look at hastily
41 Some persons
42 Kind of pipe
43 Popular footwear
45 Infects
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46 Respite from toil
49 Offends
50 I hate: Lat.
51 Like fireworks
56 - bien
58 - about
59 Hebrides isle
60 Participated
61 That one: Lat.
62 Night: Prefix
63 Kind of rug
64 Tinted
65 Small insect

Mixed Bowling Leagues
Now Forming
SIGN UP NOW
UNION LANES
OPEN: 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat.; 1 p.m. Sunday
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1 Pace
2 Lasted under use
3 La Scala
specialty
4 Aplomb
5 Yield
6 Crack
7 Superabound
8 Makes happy or
contend
9 Kind of shoe
10 Gone by
11 Halved
12 Item fora
vitrine
16 Post
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21 River
into the
Seine, near
Rouer
22 Draws nigh
26 Prosperous
27 Dubonnet and
burgundy
28 Office VIP
29 Desert lizard
30 Exudes
62 Aplomb,
French style
34 - arms
35 Copy, office style
36 Rocky hills
38 Silly as they
come: Slang
42 Judge's bench
44 Running
45 Terraced
46 ,Some turkeys
47 Adman's forte
48 Jollity
49 Fur piece
52 Except: Colloq.
53 Time of day
54 Quechuan
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of class lessons and for use of supplementary materials. Make-ups for
missed lessons at our centers.
Write or call:
1945 Pauline Blvd.N
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662-3149 SPECIALISTS SINCE 1938
Call Toll Free (outside N.Y. State) 800 - 221-9840
For
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SONY® M-101 Micro Cassette

* Micro cassette full function
recorder.
O Records up to 60 minutes.
* Completely "pocketable."
* Distortion free recording
Distortion free recording
even while unit is in motion.
* One hand, one button

* Continuous tape speed
stability.
* Exceptional sound pickup
with electret condenser mic.
* Sonymatic AGC automatic-
ally maintains consistent
recording levels.

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