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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 21, 197,

FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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TICKETS
MICHIGAN-Michigan State game. 4
tickets together. Will pay $100. Call
769-0822 evenings. 53Q926
FOR SALE
THIRTY VOLUME Encyclopedia Brl-
tanica, never used, very reasonable.
434-1510. 49B921
SKIS, boots, poles, bindings, good
starter set. $80 complete set. 665-
6693. 63B926
2-FAMILY GARAGE SALE. Small1
appliances, handmade quilts, TVs,
clothing jewelry, dishes, tools, toys,
books, and household furnishings.,
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sun-
day. 1414 Argyle Crescent. 55B921

HELP WANTED

BUSPERSON for sorority. Work ex-
changed for meals. Dinners only.
Please contact 662-4117. 79H926
THE SUN newspaper has openings
for experienced, highly-motivated
people to join its ad sales staff.
High commission rate. Opportunity
to build solid future with fast
growing, 5 year old alternative pa-
per. Full or part time. Send resume
to Ad. Mgr. SUN, 603 E. William,
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108. 711H921
PUBLIC RELATIONS WORKER.
Full time. For VISTA/Washtenaw
County Legal Aid. VISTA salary
about $4000 per year. Exciting com-
Inunity work. Call Paul Teich-665-
6146 during business hours.
76H927

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS s
FOR SALE: Guitar, Martin 0-16,
good condition. 994-5679. 83X923_
PANASONIC home auto-reverse
stereo cassette deck, $100. 761-4966.2
65X923-
COMPONENT STEREO-amplifier,
AM-FM stereo tuner, automatic F
turntable, 2 speakers, all in wal-
nut cabinets. $125. 665-9446.
56X921
MARTIN 00-18 used. 761-9431, 487-
5526. - cXtc

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N.B.: Each aroup of character, counts as one word.
Hvphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines eauals 1 inch 5 words per line

FOR RENT
NEED A PLACE TO LIVE NOW? 1
person needed to take over lease in
2-bdrm. apt. in house on S. Fifth.
Fantastic location, friendly room-j
mates, nicely furnished. Must leave
town unexpectedly, HELP. Septem-
ber rent free. Wendy, 995-5860.
70C926j
COUPLE NEEDED to share farm
house near Ann Arbor. Sorry, no
more animals possible. 662-9909.
45C921

BUSINESS SERVICES
ASHRAMPRINTING
Quality printing at reaso
rates: 995-5483, PJ or Steve.
7
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
All electric. Serving the acade
professional and business comm
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, 'R
MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-414

OVAL RUGS, 14x10 (brown) and WE ARE LOOKING for a part-time
10x8 (gold). Also. Men's 5-Speed secretarial assistant for the Univer-
Bike. All cheap. 662-6040. 47B921 sity Values Year Program. About 3
a rs/day, 15 hrs/week, about $3/hr.
ELECT0 rICestYPferITER5- for.sale,2 Apply at: Ethics and Religion, 3rd
S at off. 9959686. 41921 floor Michigan Union, 764-7442.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD Action Food Must qualify for work study.78H924
- Co-op is baving a rummage sale
Gj Sept.21 at Miller Manor, 727 Miller, BABYSITTER needed for 3-year-old
nable from 10 a m.-3 p.m. with household girl Mon. and Tues., 11-6:30 p.m.
goads. clothing and other items of I Own transportation. Call 662-2291.
7J927 inf erest. Refreshments will be 54H924
Ferved. You are cordially invited. :--_--
For more info call 769-3771 or 994-1
6328. 3513921 M eal jobs available
iem ic, fo d
nun, AFGAN PUPS, 16 weeks, cream and noW Delicious food.
ESU- silvers, 455-8538. 65B921 '
46. 16 MM MOVIE EDIT SET. Includes: Call Rick at Chi Psi,
Maier-Hancock model 816 hot splic- _
prints er: 2 moviola 4-reel rewind bodies 7 1-6281
ginal. with shafts, spacers, and clamps; 19H925i
rkley, Zeiss moviescope viewer; HFC 4- .j- ---I
8J927 gang synchronizer with frame count- BABYSITTER-my home, Burns
er. All in excellent condition, $700.'Park, 12:00-4:30, Mon.-Fri. 16 mos.
stuff 763-6832 after 6 p.m. 80B921 child. Jere, 764-2560 semi, after 5,
994- 1665-6339. 13H921
7J921 ROOMMATES - FULL TIME or PART-TIME cashier,
typist WOMAN or MAN for co-ed, cooper- Dag only. Apply in person at Burger
typing ative house. 995-0082. 36Y921 King, 530 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor.,
type 63H925
,racy WOMAN WANTED to complete 5-
page. person furnished apt. Great loca- CLEANING PERSON needed, one or
Bill, tion, spacious. $96/mo. plus electri- two days a week. Own transporta-
1J930 ([ity. 995-5322. 59Y923 , tion, references. Call after 6 p.m.
- 1662-2491. 73H923

RESUME PHOTO COPIES, 40 p
CO-OP ROOMS for men and women ((14" x 14") $3.00, send orig
available immediately. Contact ICC College Photo, Box 1174, Ber
office, Room 4002, Michigan UnionMichigan
662-4414. 30C926 a 48072. 2
NEED A PLACE to sell your
CAMPUS MEN -retail space available free.
Clean, quiet sleeping room on cam- 9658, 330 Maynard. 2
pus, 663-5930. 34C930
pus,____-______34_93__I AM a full-time, free lance t
CHEERY ROOMS, $70, nice stu- with considerable experience ty
dents. Call 769-2432 after 4 p.m. books, dissertations, papers. I
18C926 over 100 wpm., perfect accu
guaranteed. Base rate 70c perI
1 ROOM in Christian house for IBM Correcting Selectric. Call
male. Share bath/kitchen, on cam- 665-0166.6
pus. $85/mo. 761-5001. 97C923 BAN-----r .
____________________! BANDS for frat parties. Don,
2-BEDROOM APT. for lease. Down- 9431 and 487-5526.
town Ann Arbor. 995-5892, $240/mo.
93C924 SUBLET
CAMPUS, LIBERTY & DIVISION, 2- DESPERATELY NEED female
br., new carpeting, lease, $280mo. take over lease in Baits Fall-W
7__-____, ___7 ___m._Call Orawan, 763-2850 by Su
FEMALE GRAD: own room in clean evening.' 5
house $82.50. Two blocks from cam- ~

SALE, several used guitars-Martin,
Guild, Gibson. 665-7348. 37X926
EPIPHONE FT-350 Jumbo flat top
6-string guitar with Martin Ivory
bridge. $165. 994-5892. 33X921
SONY STEREO SYSTEMS, TVs at
just above wholesale prices. For free
catalog and price list, write Sight &
Sound Electronics, PO Box 35, Ann
Arbor, 48104. 05X924
USED Zildilan cymbals. Apollo Mu-
sic Center, 769-1400. cXtc
USED FENDER Rhodes piano.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
DREADNAUGHT guitar sale. Used
guitars starting at $49.95. Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main. eXtc
BIKES, SCOOTERS
1965 NORTON ATLAS 1750 cc., 11,-
000 miles. Immaculate condition.
$750. 764-2912 after 7 p.m. 82Z927
FOR SALE: Yamaha DS-6 250.
Street bike in good running shape.
Asking $200. After 12, ,761-7750, ext.
222 or 663-8770. 52Z921
1970 CL-350 HONDA, 6500 miles,
runs great, good condition, new
chain, must sell, $375. 434-5190 after
6. 31Z924
HONDA CL 350, 1971. Custom paint,
new battery, chain and tire. 5100
miles. $575. Call Tom after 7 p.m.
665-5323. 272921
Buy that Bike
NOW! !
1973 Honda 350. Cheap! 995-5291.
38Z921
MISCELLANEOUS
ARCADE LAUNDRY Saguaro Succu-
lent Shop. The Only Botanical
Laundromat in town. Open 9 a.m.-
1 a.m. Soon 24 hours. 330 Maynard.
26M921
CIDER MILL
HURON FARMS-GOLD BARN
3413 N. Zeeb Rd., Dexter, Jackson
Road to Zeeb Rd., right turn 22
miles. Call 426-3919. 91M925
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Part Siamese kitten (cream
color) with brown tail, ears, mask.
Blue eyes, black spot near nose.
Packard/Madison area. Reward. Call
662-7135. 74A924
KEYS LOST Friday noon near East
University and South University.
Reward. Call Liz, 995-9647. 69A921
FOUND: Girl's 3-speed bike, Sept.
10, Burns Park area, 663-5348. dA921
FOUND: An umbrella in art school
restroom, 9/17. Call 994-5012 around
dinner. dA921
USED CARS

USED CARS
63 PONTIAC TEMPEST-3 speed.
Good condition-interior like new,
$350. 764-8354. 13N921
1971 DATSUN 510 Station Wagon.
55,000 miles, $1400 or best offer. 485-
3749. 39N921
PERSONAL
KAY-I'm gay. Do you need the
other 47. Adam. 68F921
?SE MARCHA
DE VACACION ES
DE NAV I DAD?
* a MEXICO? * a SUDAMERICA?
* a ESPANA? * a PUERTO RICO?
* a CUALQUIER SITIO?
CUANTO ANTES MEJOR !
VAYASE A:
REGENCY
Travel Agency
601 East William
(la esquina de William y Maynard
al lado del Matrix Theatre)
665-6122
LA AGENCIA DE VIAJES
INTERNACIONAL/on campus
PLANNING CHRISTMAS AND
THANKSGIVING VACATION?
THE SOONER THE BETTER!
NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL
SERVICES AT
REGENCY TRAVEL
601 East William
Corner William & Maynard
(Next to Matrix Theatre)
Ask for Joan, Kris or Mary
The Travel Professionals
665-6122 .
EVERY DAY 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
SATURDAYS 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
75F927

OPEN-MINDED piano teacher offers
lessons on campus. Master's degree.
Theory, ear-training available. Pro-
gram varied to student. 662-5850.
14F930
MICHIGAN RESIDENCY INFO -
sept. 23, 7:30 p.m. Legal Aid, 4310
Michigan Union. 73F923
STUDENT Counseling Office is look-
ing for volunteers. Help people meet
people, come to SCO, 1018 Angell.
24F926
THE PIZZA MACHINE is at TOM-
MY'S HOLIDAY CAMP, Packard &
State-Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Sundays. High scorer wins a pizza
from Pizza Bob's. cF925
ACADEMIC PROBLEMS? For Course
evaluations and peer counseling,
come to the Student Counseling
office, 1018 Angell. 763-1552.
25F926
- APPLES
You Pick
McIntosh-Red Delicious
Northern Spies-Golden Delicious
9 a.m.-6 p.m.
ERWIN FARMS
58354 Pontiac Trail
4 miles north of South Lyon
437-0191
20F927
WEDDING INVITATIONS -Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc

71- WANTED: one neat Senior/Grad
cJtc roommate. 2-bdrm. A/C apt. Parking
- ~ $110. Great location. 665-7891.
50Y921
to MALE-$85/mo. Good location, Apt.
inter. 18, 1316 Geddes. 995-9679. 26Y924
unday 11 or 2 PERSONS needed to fill 6-
8U921 bdrm. house. Grads pref. Stadium
area. 995-8994 eves. dY921

PERSONAL

SENIOR TYPIST, 60 wpm. Flexible
hours. Med. Transcriber, exp. only.
Flexible hours, top salary. Janitor
job, 6 hrs. per week. Call TASK,
761-4146. 44H921
BABYSITTING, some housework.
Afternoons, 4 days a week. Two chil-
dren, 5 and 8. Close to campus. $2/
hr. 761-3918. 10H920
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Used steel string guitar
-Call 763-6076 or 665-6705, 67K921

pus. 994-0299. 42C923I

PHOTO SUPPLIES

MISCELLANEOUS NIKKORMAT FI4 plus hard case,;
$249. Nikkor lenses, 28F 3.5, $119.
TYPING, 60c/pg. Call 994-6671 after! 135 F 2.8 $135. All never used, under
5:30 p.m. 1iJ925 I warranty. 434-3519. 32D928

WANTED: 1 female to share an apt.
on campus. Must be in mid-twen-
ties, grad or working. Rent $93/
mo. Call 995-2167 or 764-5229.
31Y921

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OPEN TODAY at 1 p.m. Bowling
and Billiards at the Union. cF921'
GEORGE wants to talk to you. See'
him at 11 a.m. Monday, Union'
Lanes. cF921
WHAT IS A dipped critter? Find out
at Little Dipper Candles, 415 N.
Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown II (up-
stairs). 91F927
POTTERY CLASSES: Stoneware --
7:30-10:30 p.m. Mon. and/or Thurs.
Call 668-8873, 761-8540. Schoolhouse
Pottery. '51F924
TENNIS LESSONS, experienced Cal-
ifornian collegiate player, reasonable
rates. Todd, 995-8709. 72F921
COPIES-2%c each
Lowest Price Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
cFtc
PEOPLE without previous Gestalt
experience needed to participate in
3 to 4 Gestalt workshops (2% hours
each) during two-week period. Sept.
24-Oct. 8, for research project. Call
Rosemary 662-5395, Rick 665-5977
before noon or after 10 p.m. 46F921
BACHELOR, 33, wishes to meet
bachelorette who attends plays and
orchestras, eats out often, enjoys
walking, recycles glass and news-
papers, and is concerned about the
environment. I'm looking for com-
patible female companionship.
(Sandpaper legs, imitation hair col-
or, eye make-up, drinking, smok-
ing, TV-watching, and pop-guzzling
turn me off.) Write Fred C., Box
45, The Michigan Daily. 57F921
GUTSY ?
If you have a valid life insurance
license in Michigan without any
hangups about personally canvas-
sing and contacting small business
owners;. self-employed individuals,
etc., read on:
THE OPPORTUNITY:
The Pension Reform Act of 1974
has created a brand new mass mar-
ket for the IRA (Individual Re-
tirement Annuity).
THE PRODUCT:
Marketing a flexible premium an-
nuity in the Ann Arbor area.
THE REWARD:
A very lucrative straight com-
mission to you (Approx. $400 per
case).
MECHANICS:
Part-time flexible hours. A car
and good personal appearance are
essential to your success.
CONTACT:
ROBERT L. KLEY ASSOCIATES, Inc.
Robert R. Kley Associates, Inc.
761-3655
86F921
HANDMADE WEDDING BANDS DE-
SIGNED AND MADE BY CHRIS
GABEL. CALL PINCKNEY, 878-
9330. 94F924
BARGAIN CORNER

HAVE YOU SEEN?
THE FAMOtTS
Campus Pinball
ARCADE
Zoltan will tell your fortune for loc.
I.D. Tags-Metal 25c
1217 South University-across from
Campus Theatre. 2 Free games with
this ad. 1 ad per person. c1'921
PERMANENT weight loss, smoking
reduction, study efficiency, tension
control, through behavior modifi-
cation. Call 994-0019. cFte
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring-
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron. cFtc
COPYI NG
CLOSEST
CAMPUS
Dissertation quality
3c-3 /c
7 days/week and eves.
211 So. State (by Gino's)
662-3969
cF921
cFtc
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
quality diamonds--Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
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before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is'
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but 'will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
Information regarding 'content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
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vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number 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 sex,
color, creed, or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably", is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
tor 3 days.
PERSONAL
TO G.G., the STAR of 215 Mosher,
you did not deserve the rough time
you got in the bookstore last Wed-
nesday. Signed the last survivor of
the Lucy's pizza. dF921
HEY ANN ARBOR-DON'T MISS
the funky bluesman
LUTHER ALLISON
at Chances Are on Sunday Septem-
ber 21st. Opening the show is
BRAINSTORM. It'll be a blowout!!!
For more info. call 994-5350. 17F921
SINGLE PROFESSIONAL MAN, 30
years old, newly moved to this area,
seeks friendship with a woman 20-
30 years old for dates and compan-
ionship. Call 434-3661 after 6:00 p.m.
60F924
SENSITIVITY - GESTALT AWARE-
NESS WORKSHOP for men and
women of all ages. Sept. 26-28. Call
Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046.
49F921
UPTIGHT? Relax in whirlpool.
Angela massages muscles in ex-
clusive atmosphere. Legit. 971-6867,
971-1489. cFtc
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield Prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PULE
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T0LDALL ON ED
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE

BMW 2002 '73 4-speed transmission,
exc. cond. New clutch and exhaust.
Malagua with tan interior. 761-4832
after 5. 81N927
PINTO WAGON '72 4-speed man-
ual transmission, A/C, mechanical-
ly sound, new brakes and exhaust.
Beige. 761-4832 after 5. 80N927
1966 VOLKSWAGEN Camper from
New Mexico. $600, best offer. 761-
0085. 64N921
'68 RAMBLER AMERICAN. Call Vi-
vian, 995-0397 or 763-4251. 62N924
1964 VOLVO, good shape, needs some
work. Josh, 995-2199. 11N921
1964 VOLKSWAGEN well rusted, but
functional, radio. $95. 43N923
43N921
'72 VEGA HATCHBACK, 40,000 miles,
$650. 973-2435. 28N921
1970 VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER,2West-
phalia, sleeps two adults and two
children. 60,000 miles. Mechanically
sound. $1500. Call 763-6832 after 6
p.m. 82N921
'67 CHARGER--power steering,
brakes, air. All the extras, excellent
running condition. $500. 761-6456.
71N923

Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in our work.
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.

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ACROSS 48 King of TV
50 Great work
1 Besides, 52 Caspianport
old style 54 Bauble
? Pear 57 Not solved
11 Type of 59 Shake-
stock: Abbr. 60 Honshu bay
14 Reception of 61 Well-known
a sort piano solo
15 Motherof 6! Favorable
Reuben 66 Revise
16 Zodiac sign .67 Moneylender
17 Purdue's . of a sort
footballers 68 River of China
20 Pro -- 69 Boxers
21 SonofIssac 70 Nutpine
22 Plushy fabric of Europe
23 Body of water DOWN
24 Parts of plants
25 I came: Lat. 1 Well-known
26 Intimate hymn writer
28 Tree 2 "With this ring
29 Goddess --wed"
of peace 3 Out-of-this-
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34 Study of insects Phrase
38 French maid 4 Quoits peg
40 de vie 6 One-celled
41 Where Dir' animal
ban is t 6 Free time
42 Venezuelan 7 Cordons-
statesman 8 Poetic'
45 Middle: Prefix contraction
46 Verb ending 9 Mr. Weller
47 Element 10 Duenna

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12 Wild plant
13 Teaspoonful
18 Youngster
19 Okla.'s neighbor
25 Energy
27 Sicilian city
28 Playing card
30 Turkish general
31 Wood: Prefix
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35 Gaseous chemi-
cal element
36 Greek letter
37 Buddhist priest
39 Gave claim to
43 Military title:
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interested in
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menace
51 Writers' gp.
52 Bangkok money
53 High note
55 Bone: Prefix
56 Hanker after
57 Skeptic's
exclamation
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