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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 10, 1976

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LOST AND FOUND
SPECIAL: LOSE SOMETHING IN
THE VICINITY OF LSA, Michigan
Union? See: Enos Wilson. 1010
Catherine No. 505 soon as possi-
ble. Leave noie if not the e. dA912
DID YOU lose a vacuum cleaner?
Call Jackie at 764-1178. dA912
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED -
Two good seats, together, for all
U-M home football games (season
:ickets). Will pay reasonable price.
Call evenings 'til 11, 769-0112, ask'
for Jerry. 50A912
FOR SALE
MAY TAG washer, 4 yrs. old, excel-:
lent cond. 434-0009. 66B912
PORCH SALE-Apt. necessities. 11-
4, 823 Sylvan, Saturday. 82B910
NORTH FACE down sleeping bag.
Price ne gotiabie. Call 668-6749. dB912
COUCH-Dark brown, 80 inches,
good condition. $75. Call 434-3971
after 6:00. 45B914

FOR SALE

TRUMPET BY EVETTE and Schaf-
fer. Excellent condition includes
case, stand and music. $275 or best
offer. 764-6618. 39B916
FURNITURE, appliances, misc.
items. Sept. 12, noon-6 p.m. 2781
Braeburn Circle, Ellsworth near
Platt. 59B912
FOR RENT
2 WOMEN wanted to share master
bedroom in huge house. 2.5 miles
from campus. bus service. Call 971-
6125. 71C912
FOR RENT-'2 of 2-br. furnished
apt. Nice, parking, pay only elec-.
tric. 7 minute walk to main cam-
pus. Male grad student. $125/mo.
Jerry, 668-7929. 85C912
MODERN APARTMENTS
immediate occupancy. furnished 1
br. apts. close to campus.
Call 663-3641
cCtc
LARGE BI-LEVEL TWO BED-
ROOM APT. in Ypsilanti. Block
from AATA. Furnished, lease. $240/
mo. 995-5488. 41C912
APARTMENTS FOR RENT - 1-
bedroom, off Liberty, not far from
campus. Call 665-7003 and ask for
Thanos. 51C915
ROOM FOR RENT NEAR CAM-
,.T: FWITH use of kitchen 663-
5400. 40C915
SLEEPING ROOMS, furnished, 1
block to Rackham or L.S.A.; heat,
water, and elec. included in rent,
no cooking. 663-4101 or 662-7787.
61C924
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD OR MEAL;
CONTRACTS daily, weekly, month-
ly. Alpha Sigma Phi. 761-9167.
43E916
ROOMS
HOSPITAL CAMPUS AREA. Geddes
and Observatory. Large, clean
rooms, redecorated. $110/mo. Mod-
ern Apartments NO-8-6906.
cEEtci
PERSONAL
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED -
Two good seats, together, for all
U-M home football games (season
tickets). Will pay reasonable price.
Call evenings 'til 11, 769-0112, ask
for Jerry. 50F912
ALPHA EPSILON P1, the Jewish
Frat. announces its first
ALL CAMPUS PARTY
Satsurday. 9 p.m., 1620 Cambridge.
Info: David, 665-7668. 54F911
LUV LUV LUV
to meet you at the Michigan
League Snack Bar; good food, good
atmosphere, good "rap" sessions
7:15 to 4 pm Mon-Fri. and Satur-
day breakfast. (Tell 'em Rose sent
you.) Bring us this ad and the
coffee is "on the house" 49F917
U of M TAE Kwon Do Club Mem-
bers. Meeting and practice at track
infield behind Matt Mann pool,
Hoover and State. 6:00 pm Mon.,
Sept. 13. For info: Greg 761-6505.
Don 994-4912, Joe 665-8543.
28F912
WHAT'S NEW in face and eVe
make-up? At the Village Apothe-
cary we will enjoy taking the time
to show you. 1112 S. University.
cFtc
PLAY PINBALL AND
FOOSBALL
at the Cross-Eyed Moose

BUSINESS SERVICES

Uncontracted Classified Rates

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

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'THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL ISTS
Typing Copying, Bindint
Editing, Notary Service
812 South State Street
Open 10-5. 7-10 994-3594
cJic
E X P E R I E N C E D PROFES-
SIONAL TYPIST. IBM self-cor-
recting with carbon ribbon. Dis-
sertations, manuscripts, term pap-
ers. Reasonable rates. Campus lo-
cation. Call Jim, 665-6906. cJ1026
VIOLIN
LESSONS
Beginning through advanced. Doc-
torate from U uf M. For informa-
tion call NO 3-8392. 17J916
UNIQUE
NEW SERVICE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
Academic Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Deli4ery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEPHENS
PROFESSI ONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE

GEMEINHARDT FLUTE for sale.
Good condition. $40. 769-1951.
64X912
CUMPONENT STEREO System. Eico
receiver. BSR turntable. TDC speak-
,rs. Good condition. $175.00. 995-
3632. 53X912
SANYO TP 600SA Turntable. Belt-
drive, Maple. $90.00-warranty. Bill
761-9396. 47X915
aUITAR AND STRINGED IN-
STRUMENT REPAIR by Erlewine
Instruments at Ann Arbor Music
Mart. 336 S. State. 769-4980. 23X916
ROOMMATES
RESPONSIBLE GRAD student reeks
samre to share 2-b)drm. apt. Rent:
X130 mo. plus util. 994-5818. 73Y915
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share large, beautiful, off cam-
pus one bedroom apt. 7th and
Madison. Nice, quiet, residential
area. NO 8-6906. cYte

ROOMMATES
FEMIAL2 ROOMMATE wanted to
live with a man and woman, town-
house. 5. Pref. organic eater and
martial artist. Call Ed, 761-2384, 8-5:
665-32.18 5-7. 83Y912
A MAN WANTED TO COMPLETE
six person co-op house. Graduate
student or working person prefer-
red. 761-8540. 24Y916
NO LEASE, $110: Quiet, spacious,
1 % blocks from campus. Non-
smoking grad student. 995-9580.
07Y911
ROOM IN APARTMENT WITH
2 men. $120/mo. 1331 Washtenaw
No. 1. 32Y914
ROOMMATE WANTED - Person to
.harve 2-bdrin. apt. $109 'mo. Plus
elec. Phone 769-4049: 72Y912
BIKES, SCOOTERS
SOLEX HORSE MOTOR BIKE.
Less than year old. 764-0335, 769-
)273 (eves.) 11Z916

PERSONAL

SONY TAPE RECORDER
w/comp. equipment. $200.

TC 260
995-8316,
34B912

MARANTZ 4300 Receiver. Marantz
5200rcassette. OHM-G speakers,
Empire turntable. Coss-ESP6 Head-
phones. Like new. Asking $1700..
Send name and phone number to
Thomas Hoagland Michigan Daily
Box 120. 16B916
MOVING TO WARM CLIMATE
SALE. Winter and Rain coats, Wo-
mens and girls sweaters, clothes
and .shoes, furniture; stereo speak-
er's, kitchen wares, books, jewelry,
leather . purses, hair dryers. 1126
Granger-off Packard between state
and Stadium. 10-6 Sat. and Sun.
(Sept. 11-12.) 22B912
GARAGE SALE - Brentwood Ct.
12 families - 3 garages. Sept. 10
3-9 pm. Sept. 11, 9-4. Sept. 12,
12-4. 31B912

ART-DANCE
PHOTOGRAPHY
PHYSICAL ARTS
THEATRE
With 80 classes offered there might
possibly be somethingCrightfor
you! Give us a call. Classes start-
ing Sept. 13.
ART WORLDS
213 1 So. Main St.
Ann Arbor. Michigan
994-8400
21F912
A W A R E N E S S WORKSHOP:'
Residential, Friday evening - Sun-j
day noon, Sept. 17-19. $25 plus slid-
inz sca nfe Bob and Mura.ret
Blood, 769-0046. 19F916.
TO THOSE PEOPLE in the Grad
Reserve and Engineering library
who came to the rescue this sum-
mer, sincere thanks. Tne Kid from
the Big Apple. dF912

HELP WANTED
DEPENDABLE person needed im-
mediattly to aid disabled working
women with daily actiivties. Times
variable. 662-2734 eves., weekends.
763-3000, days. 78H910
FLAG FOOTBALL instructors. Part
time, 4-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
83.25;1hr. Ann Arbor "'Y." 350 S.
Fifth Ave. 65H92i
CARE FOR two- and four-year-olds
in my home, noon-4 p.m., Monday-
Friday. Call Jean at 994-3594. cHtc
WORK STUDY position available
as a Community ServicesAis. Work
on community needs assessment
and on bohchure of social services;
typing skills and community ex-
perience helpful. 20/hrs week flex-
ible. $3.50/hr. Call Bob Lizer994-
6663 or 995-9458 evenings. 911916

CROSSWOCD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar

RELIABLE PERSON NEEDED to_
supervise a -7 year old and to do p.O. Box 181

H EWLETT-PACKARD
D EMODNSTRATION
SEPT. 13th & 14th
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
DON STEVENSON, F a c t o r y Representative
from Hewlett-Packard, will be at U I r i c h ' s
Bookstore to demonstrate and answer y o u r
questions about any Hewlett-Po-kard calcu-
lators.
UUI ICH'S BOOKSTORE
549 E. University, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104
662-4403

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613 E. Liberty Jew-vish to dance? A GRADUATE ,ight housekeeping, Mon-Fri,3:3-
open 11:00 a.m.-midnight on week- . HAPPY HOUR, everyone welcome. 5:30 pm. $3/hr. Call 663-8932 eve-.
days. 11:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. on Fri. Weds., Sept. 15, 4:30-6:30 p.m. 1429, nings. 42H916
& Sat., 12-12 Sun. cF925 Hill St. 50c drinks, free munchies, BABYSITTER: warmimaginativej
rock music. You can't lose with 50cB Iat
U of M TAE Kwon Do Club dem- booze. 63F915 person wanted fulltime 8 am-4d:30
onstration. All welcome. 7:00 pm ----- . to care for two toddlers. Must
Wed, Sept. 15. New Central Cam- GROUP TRAINING WORKSHOP by have own transportation. Refer-
pus I.M. Bldg. For information call L i f e w o r k Counseling. Ongoing/ ences. Call 761-8477. 44H918
Greg, 761-6505, Don 994-4912. Joe weekend group-expand counseling
365-8543. 29F916 skills-work on personal issues. Call DELIVERY DRIVERS
1 995-0088 and leave message ftr Must be 18. Part-time. Apply inI
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luci Ti- Richard Kempter, leader. 84F928 person only after 4 p.m. Omegaf
tunik, British trained astrologer.------ -- -Pizza. 101 Washtenaw Place. 27H9171
Private or group sessions for non- 12 GESTALT WORKSHOPS IN ANN . -
threatening, creative problem sol- ARBOR led by Peter Fleming of WANTED: Bands to play locally-
ving. Master charge-Bank Ameri- the Pellin Institute. 1) SEPT. 16-19 part time ONLY. 668-6243. 46H916,
card. 994-1311. cFl212 TRAINING: for persons with experi- - - -.
S ence in "People work." 2) SEPT. WAITRESS M/F, part time or full
V.-nt r,-nythWnkshon3 time. A nly in person. Wolverine !

Ms. Stephens

Ypsilanti. Mich.
434-19841
cJ1212

WANTED TO BUY
DESPERATELY N E E D 1 VALID
STAFF PARKING STICKER. WILL-,
ING TO PAY TOP $$$. CALL RICK
AT 665-4831 PERSISTENTLY. 62K916
FOOTBALL TICKETS t WANTED-
Two good seats, together, for all
U-M home football games (season
tickets). Will pay reasonable price.
Call evenings 'til 11, 769-0112, ask
or Jerry. 50K912

ACROSS
1 Wooden hammer
5 Make suitable
10 African animal
11 -- shine
14 Small town,
U.S. style
15 Gridiron official
16 Give off
17 Man on the
masthead
19 Hilarious
21 Arabian cloak
22 Finished
23 Fix again
24 Like some
bedding
28 Operatic voice
29 Costumed
30 In better order
31 Add as an extra
34 Some residents
of Greenwich
Village
35 Tosses
36 Rallying calls
37 Exasperated
38 In fine
condition
42 Coward

V 1976 LOS ANGELES TIN
43 RR features:
Abbr.
44 Tatter
45 Tease: Slang
46 Frog
48 Spruce
49 Strong fortress
51 Parts of stages
53 Cuddle
54 Tartan trousers
55 "Whither thou
56 Affirmatives
DOWN
1 Middle
2 Be next to
3 Jardiniere
4 Nevada's
Pyramid,
for example
5 Gotthere
6 Went in train-
ing, in a way
7 With reference b
8 Earl
9 Viscous
distillation
10 Rum and fruit
drink

12 Greek goddess
13 Determined
14 Hit anew high
18 Part of agross
20 Entries
23 Dieter's tidbit
25 Fawn
26 Strewed
27 Nile bird
28 Nibbles
30 Outing
31 Cogitate
32 Bombast
33 Emulated a
croupier
34 Get - out of
36 Head wreath
38 Hardens
39 Missiles
40 Great care or
effort
41 Souffleingre-
dients
43 Grasslike herb
to 46 Half of a
Samoan city
47 Pro --
48 Deodar
50 Harbor sight
52 Look closely
7 8 9
2 3

MISCELLANEOUS

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"REPLAY"
i the secret word for free pinball

every Friday between 3-4 p.m. at
fthe Cross-Eyed Moose, 613 E.
SLiberty.cF930
WANTED 76-77 Parking space. Call
Ralph 434-3410. 18F911
FIRST PLAYER
at the Cross-Eeyed Moose receives
50 cents in pinball. Open 11 a.m.,'
Sunday at noon. 613 E. Liberty.
cF928

Hewlett-Packard wrote the book
on advanced pocket calculators.

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exactly the right calculator
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The HP-21 Scientific.
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BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.00-$1 5.00
Heavy 100%/
Cotton Flannels
both western and
work styles.
Winter Coats
207 E. Liberty
663-8611
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23-26 Personal Growth worK~ . p. 1. Mppl .1,Niu, ---- . -- .
For details, 665-2397. 79F914 Ren, 1201 S. University. 55H915 STOP SMOKING, lose weight and
other self - improvements. Huron
COPIES-2'zc each FREE MEALS in exchange for Valley Hypnosis Center, 336%/ S.
Lowest Prices Anywhere washing dishes. 662-0385. 60H912 State. 662-1139, anytime. 571921
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4c DISHWASHERS WANTED - Part FOREIGN STUDENTS aren't for-
-- - - - - _ or full time. Call-665-7003. Ask for eign at FRIENDS INTERNATION-
Xhano. 33H914 AL CO-OP. Meal memberships
XEROX AND OFFSET available for non-U.S. and U.S.
fast, low cost duplicating ^TEEDED: READERS FOR BLIND students - Interesting people, nu-
COPY QUICK STUDENTS. Paid and volunteer. tritious meals 7 days per week,
! 1217 S. University 769-0560 Call Disabled Student Services be- low cost, study space, volleyball -
cFtc tween 8 and 5 at 763-3000 for more Call Tom/Carol 761-7435. 25M917
information. 37H910
- FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED -
JUDO HOT DOGS BAB Y SITTER -HOUSE- Two good seats, together, for all
55c at football game soutside Gate KEEPER. Geddes area. For 2 boys U-M home football games (season
9 (Campus End Zone). Freshly 8 and 5 and 2 adults. Own care es- tickets). Will pay reasonable price.
cooked, warm buns, ice-cold canned sential. 761-9608 after 6 p.m. Call evenings 'til 11, 769-0112, ask
pop, popcorn. etc. from Ann. Arbor 13H916 I1fo Jerry. 50M912
"Y' Judo Club. ' ^ F91 WORK STUDY COMPUTER EX-
PERIENCE JOB. 019. Johnny Sto- USED CARS
HELP WANTED vall. 761-1237. 20H916
CAMARO '70. Gold, black top.
WAREHOUSE HELP needed. Today, BUSINESS SERVICES Good condition. $1550. 994-4128.
Friday, Sept. 10, 10 a.m.-12 a.m. N38917
only. Call immediately. 665-9597. 1 AM a full-time, free lance typistI 1973VOLKSWAGON Van. Radial
67H910 with considerable experience typing tires, 38,000 miles. Onl $1950. 662-
books. dissertations, papers. I typet 0.
_ 010, after 6pm
PART-TIME breakfast cook needed. over 100 wpm. perfect accuracy ,pm 35N912
Tues/ & Thurs. morns., 6 a.m.-9 guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. PINTO '.Tr door; u,
a.m. $2.501hr. Tri Delta Sorority, IBM Co recting Selectric. Call Bill,'i re Auong$995
662-2901. 68H912 665-01. cJ122 adials, 25,000 miles. Asking $995.
66-91 89266-16 ~ 2!761-7103. 36N912

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HOUSECLEANING-Laundry, dishes, T Y P I N G and Business Ser-
beds, vacuuming, walking distance vices. Experienced - Quality - Rea-
to campus. 12 hrs.'week, $3u'hr. Call sonable. Barbara Burda. 995-4223.
662-7169 after 5 p.m. 75H915 0J1212

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KEN
BLOOM

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Ken Bloom has taken the Mariposa -
Festival by storm for the past two
years now. He plays guitar, clarinet,
zither, s i t a r (studied under Ravi
Shankarl, dulcimer, bandura, plus
about five others. He was the lead
guitar for Linda Ronstadt, Vassar
Clements, and Steve Goodman.

'76 CAPRI II S (BLACK AND:
GOLD) V6-4 speed. AM/FM. 662-
1272. 10N915
:'69 OPAL CADET. '74 engine. Low
mileage; good body, tires. $500.
764-9059 after 6 p.m. 58N914
!l TICKETS
UNCLE KARL - needs 3 Tickets
together for Michigan State Game.
Phone 482-5731 after 8 , P.M. dQte
WANTED - two to four season
tickets - call Bob, 769-7616, after
6. 56Q915
$200 FOR 4 season tickets togeth -
er in student section, senior prior-
ity requested. Call 769-0822. 52Q911
NEED FOUR TICKETS TOGETH-
ER. Junior - Senior Priority, 429-
2305 persistently. 09Q912
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED -
( wo good seats, together, for all
U-M home football games (season
tickets). Will pay reasonable price.
Call evenings 'til 11, 769-0112, ask I
for Jerry. 50Q912
WANTED: Two pair or four to-
gether season tickets, sections 22,
23 or 24. Will pay. Call 517-694-
5054, collect. 22Q921
WANTED: TWO STUDENT COU-
PONS FOR football tickets, or two
season tickets. 662-2771. 26Q914
JOIN THE DAILY

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Ulr icli's Bookstore
549 E. UNIVERSITY-ANN ARBOR, MICH. 48104
662-4403

NEEDED: 4 students with 20-20 vision (or cor-
rected to 20-20) to participate in visual form
detection experiments. One hour is required
per day (same hour each day), Monday-Fri-
day, beginning Sept. 13 and ending Dec. 10.
You must be available all term. Pay: $2.50 per
hour. If you are interested, call Thelma at 764-
9398.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Professional Theatre Program
BEST OF BROADWAY SERIES
USHER APPLICATION
NAME_ ---.-----
ADDRESS - - - --.-.-----_----- -_~~-

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SUN.-$3.00

co-sponsored by the
IRISH-AMERICAN
ASSOCIATION
traditional Irish music-
Uilleann p i p e s, fiddle,
flute, whistle, clavinette.
The Bothy Band's European
Popularity is second only to
the Chieftains. They have
been one of the major in-
fluences on the Boys of the
Lough. This is their first
American tour,

THE
BOTHY
BAND

TELEPHONE.

.--U of M I.D. No.

RULES
1. You must be a U of M student.
2. You must choose your series in order of preference.
3. Married students may send applications together.
4. This application must be posted by U.S. mail on or after
Friday, September 10, 1976. Mail to: Usher P.T.P.,
Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48109.
5. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
PLEASE NUMBER CHOICE 1, 2, 3, 4
CHOICE

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CONCERT SERIES
USHE'RS
NEW USHERS-Anyone who ushered on a part-time basis
or has never ushered but would like to, come to the meet-
ing at 5:00 p.m. THURSDAY, SEPT. 16.
VETERAN USHERS--Anyone who was a permanent usher
or Security team, come to an organizational meeting at
5:00 p.m. TUESDAY, SEPT. 14. No new ushers will be
signed up at this meeting.

TUES.-$2.50:
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