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Sunddy, October 19i 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, October 19, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IARNIIi _______TE

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get the job done

MISCELLANEOUS
TIM 'AND CHRISTINE'S
TAILOR SHOP
We specialize in fitting clothes with
reasonable prices. 20 Years same lo-
cation, 2131a' S. Main, above Lucky
Drug Store. 663-6228. 8 a.mn.-6 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. till 7. 40M1028

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

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FOR RENTf
WOMAN WANTED to share room in
house near campus. Lease ends in
May. $88.50/month. Call 761-6939.
5501022
JANUARY VACANCY North Campus
Co-op, female. '$120/mo. Includes
room, board, utilities. Call Beth,
485-8651 or Jane 665-0166. 64C1019
MUSIC-ART STUDENTS: live near,
your school in beautiful North Cam-
pus Co-ops. Female winter term
lease, room and board, about $125.
Call Betsy, 663-6430. dC1021
THREE ROOMS available Nov. 1.
Farmhouse on 100 acres. Woods,
ponds, ten minutes from Ann Arbor.

TICKETS
SELLING: 3 Junior priority tidkets,
OSU, Purdue games. 995-9589. Q
WANTED: 4 Mich.-OSU tickets. Call
at dinner or after 11:00. 995-1077.
43Q1025
WANTED: 1 Michigan-OSUJ football
ticket. 445-1442 ehenings. 31Q1019
FOR SALE : Loggins-Messina concert
Great seats. Tony, 663-9060.
24Q1022
WANTED: 2 tickets to Michigan-
OSU game. Will pick up Saturday,
Oct. 17. Call collect, Edelberg, 312-
725-7200. _33Q1021

BUSINESS SERVICES TRANSPORTATION
PLUMBING SERVICES = ANYONE DRIVING home to Long
Installation, repair and replacement/ jIsland, New York, for a three day
Call Rick at 995-9346. 61J1025; weekend? I'm wiling to share driv-
----------- j lug and expenses. Call Debbie. 764-
I AM a full-time, free lance typist1 9671 after 11 p.m., persistently.
with considerable experience typing! dG1O21
books, dissertations, papers. I type--------------- __-
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy LOST AND FOUND
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
665-0166. cJtc LOST ((captured): Bozo (106) the
-Clown from Nat. Sci. Please return.
BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761- (Reward). No questions asked. He
9431 and 487-5526. cJtc is trained to kill unless returned.
______ Contact 763-0720. 58A1022
BANDS of all types (country and
western, rock. Jazz, etc.) for any oc- DECK of Index Cards found in 451
casion. Call 434-3259 or 994-0356. Mason Hall, Monday, Oct. 13. 994-

Call 662-8945 or 429-9625. 47C1024 SINGER FOR HIRE-Female singer; 41J 1024
- ------- -mellow folk, pop, originals. Parties. -- ---.
STADIUM/PACKARD area. 1932 weddings. Will audition. 971-2647. EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE, article,
Brock Ct. 3-bdrm. ranch w/attached 7301104 book, dissertation. Howard Rontal,
garage. Available Nov. 1, 6-m'th -------- -__ ---- s665-7161. 66J1017
lease.. $375-first, last and security. ___--____
All appliances, newly carpeted. 1- ROOCMMATES TYIN, opinBidigEdtig
435-9549. 52C1025 ! - YIGCpig idnEiig
- ; --- ----- WANTED: Woman to complete com-~ Keypunching. Notary Service. F
AVAILABLE NOW, 1-bdrm. furnish- fortable home. Own room, bath,TH SERAIT
ed apt. 2 blocks from campus. 995- very close to campus. Please call Dissertation Specialists
4641 persistently. 38C1021 995-3894 after 5:00. 41Y1019 812 S. State Street
________# 8 a.m.-l0 p.m. 994-3594
WEST SIDE HOUSE to share, $150. r. EASE FOR FEMALE available int cJtc
Near town/campus. 769-5077. E ursley. Call 995-4924. 20Y1023
92C1019 ---- - - -____TRANSMOGRIFYINGj
FOR SLE .TYPING

1485, aiu.
FOUND: one rampaging army ant
stomping on Navy beans in kitchen.
Call and identify. dA1020
LOST; Red backpack from car, Cris-
ler lot, Oct. 15. Contains research.
Value to owner only. 455-6576 even-
ings. Reward. 34A1019
FOUND: Keys in Arb. Call 995-7681.
dAl0l9
E HELP WANTED

2-DM P.aalbeCltl!furnished, 913 Dewey. Call 1-264- PIN BALL MACHINE. 4-player Gott-
5698 anytime or 995-8978 after 6 p.m. lieb. Needs minor repairs. $500 or
93C1022 best offer. 763-6574. 51B1024
ONE BEDROOM, unfurnished, to KIGSIE WATERBED with
sublet. Near North Campus and hos- KN-IE
pitals. Heat, water, carpet, drapes eaer9 oa-fam,8fttd lne.B1025.
included; upstairs apt. in garden-95-023B01
type setting. Might sell furniture. FIBERGLAS SUPPLIES
Rent no* $179/mo. Write Box K, Resins, tape, cloth, pigments. Quan-
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., tity discounts. Nate's" Boat Shop,
Ann Arbor, MI. 48104. dC 2527 Dexter Rd. 668-8500. Hours:
'rues.-Fri. 9-6; Sat. 9-5. 30B1031
_WANTDCRTOTBTRIPOD: for sale. $20,
ORIENTAL RUGS: wve buy used and I or best offer. Excellent condition.
new. 769-8555 or 995-7597. cKtc Call. 662-1717 persistently. dBlO2O
IFIND BIG SAVINGS AT THE VAULTI

All electric., Servling the cademU~lic.,Are you a JK (Jewelers Kit)? i sok
professional and business comrnunl-, areyo interested in making EX-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU- TRA MONEY for Christmas. Please
MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146. contact manager Charles W. Warren
cJtcl and Co., 670 Briarwood Mall. Ann
* mArbor. Mich. 87H1019

SUBLET
FEMALE NEEDED to share room in
3-bdrm. large house. Central cam-
pus. Free off-street parking. Huge
living room, dining room, and kit-
chen. $100/mo. utilities included.
Call 665-4290. 39U31021
WOMAN to assume lease in pleasant!
apt., near campus. $135/mo. 995-
9782/663-1712. 21U1021
WOMEN to occupy space in 2-bdrm.{
apt. 721 S. Forest. Available Janu-
ary. Diana, 995-7625. $76.25/mo.
91131021
PETS AND SUPPLIES j
HELTP! My affectionate black iand

AURA SOUNDE: A new record store
in Ann Arbor, will be interviewing
for full-time and part-time sales
persons on Thursday and Friday,
Oct. 23, 24. Knowledge of classical,
jiazz, and rock helpful. Apply in
person to Mr, Jim Haldeman, 540
E. Liberty, Liberty Center, above
Burger King. 53H1022
Dishwashers needed,
for lunches in {
exchange for meals.
! Call Rick at
! '~7 :Z1 _ Z)S1

PERSONS interested in running for
j available seats in the fall SOC Elec-
fa-reda tions may file in SGC offices until
________IOct. 31. 54M1031
F~UND RAISING GARAGE SALE by
MUSICAL MDSE., Community Day Care Center, 1611
RADIOS, REPAIRS Westminster, Sun.. 10 to 3. Dona-
Lions from 60 families include chil-
PORTBLE TERE, $0 orbestof-dren's and- adult's clothing, toys,
PORTBLE TERE, $0 orbestof-books, furniture, etc. Donations wel-
fer 68-1_ 60X024- come and tax deductible. 16M1019
FOR SALE: Teac A-12U, reel-to-reel
$175 from 971-7392. 63X1019 USED CARS
USED FENDER, Rhodes piAno, VALIANT, 1984: Slant 6, rebuilt, new
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cite brakes/shocks, very reliable. $275
DREADNAUGHT GUITAR SALE, or best offer. 662-3511. 44N1019
Used guitars starting at $49.95. Apo- 196 MUSTANG, engine good condi-
11o Music Center, 323 S. Main. tion. $300. 1971 Dodge Van, excellent
exte condition, $1400. Call 995-5082.
USED ZILDJIAN CYMBALS. Apollo 36N1021
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc SACRIFICE, camper and Hon truck,
MARTIN 00-18 used. 761-9431, 487-lruns great, complete with TV, fur-
5526, cXtc nace, toilet, stove, etc., New tires.
---- ---.$1200 or trade for VW bus. 483-0294.
EMIP4ONE BASS GUITAR and 32N1019
Amp. $180, best offer. 995-4783 per- - __--__
sistently, 10X1023 1974 OPEL MANTA. Very good con-
.__._. _dition. Automatic transmission, good
DRUMS FOR SALE, professional Ro gas mileage, reasonably priced. Call
gers set, Zildjlan Cymbals, perfect persistently, 995-3415. 14N1019
cond. Best available. Call Rich, 994-;-
0087 persistently. 97x1021; PERSONAL
3- a p a es et of r -21HARMON KARDON 230 receiver 10" -- -
3-ayseaes.Betofe. 95551, RATIONAL-
REAL ESTATE IX01 EMTOA
PLYMOUTH -- TRAINING
{ COMMERCIAL OFFICE FALL PROGRAMS
3 bdrm. 132 story brick on Main St. Q RET Training for Professionals.
Good location, $35,900. Century 21. Paraprofessionals and Graduate
453-7600. 35R111 Students, Oct. 1975 to June 1976.
--__________ 1Q WOMEN Assertative Training.
BARG IN CRNEROct. 4, 9:30 ii~m, to 4:30 p.m.
BARGIN CRNERWOEN On going weekly group.
Tuesdays. Oct. 7 to Dec. 30, 7
_____- ~ p~m. to 9:30 p.m.
SA M 'S QRET Marathon Weekend Residen-
tial Encounter. Oct. 10-12 (Friday
6 p.m. to Sunday 4 p.m.)
ST O ~REI 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
LEVI' DENI S MEN Assertative Training. Oct. 25
LEVIS DE IMS9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
QFEMALE SEXUALITY AND EX-
PRESSION. Niwv. 1, 9:30 a.m. to
Bell Bttoms4:30 p.m.
Boot Jeans Q MEN AND WOMEN Assertative t
TTritinnin4g0 .o. 2,93 .t
Buadton Fly 5 QEMOTVERAIOALMARA-
ButonFlyTHON Residenitial Weekend. Dec.
Sta-Prest Bells 12-14 (Friday 6 p.m. to Sunday
4 p.m.)
Name ..........................
LEVI'SCORDSAddress .... ....... ..
Institute for Rational Living of
Bell Bottoms Michigan, Inc., 2512 Carpenter Road,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. 973-
Straight Legs 1480, 971-5080, cptc
Turtle Neck Shirts 4.98
Sweaters .... from 7.98
Flannel Shirts from 6.98 A that
Western Flannel┬░
-and Corduroy
Shirts . 9ao
Book Bags .f rom 2.69
207 E. L ibe rty thru
663-611Classfied

PERSONAL
OPEN 1 p mn today. Union Billiards
and Bowling. CFl0l9
PSYCHODRAMA workshop. Oct. 25-
Nov. 22. For information, 761-1141.
45F1024
SENSITIVE, responsive Jewish girl
is looking for a companion to give
support, warmth and love. If you
feel you can attend to another's
needs, please write to Mich. Daily.
Box 16, Thank you. dFlO20
MICHIGAN RESIDENCY Informa-
tion Thursday, Oct. 23, 7:30, Legal
Aid. 4310 Michigan Union. 62F2023
The Cross-eyed Moose
will give you all the pinball games
you can play on Wednesday be-
tween 12:30 and 1 p.m. 613 E. Liber-
ty, cFlO2l
Twinkle, twinkle our STAR
H Fow we. wonder how you ARE
Up above, the sky so HIGH
Like a diamond in the SKY
Twinkle, twinkle our STAR
We know who you really ARE!
dFlQl9
Pinball and Coffee
The Cross-eyed Moose and Tommy's
Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy
free coffee every morning until the
pot's gone. cF1024
TRICIA: Keep this ad, It is re-
deemable for one (1) lover at
Thanksgiving. -Mike. dF1019
rING - RACKHAM/TURABIAN
Format. 3M Copies. Call Judie, 434-
5626. 84FI028
XEROX AND OFFSET
afast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
VOLUNTEERS needed for Children's
Health Fair screening clinic Nov. 1
and 2. Work with children, parents,
professionals at the Fair. People
with background in child care are
needed. Cnotact Maureen, 761-3162
for more information.' 09F1019
SINGER FOR HIRE. Female singer;
'mellow folk, pop, originals.' Parties,
weddings. Will audition. 971-2647.
r - nolun
at~l 1v sprlTllTH ┬░'saq etu 0 ou
afr spznhlllq puro AId eldoad sai~tVD
YOUNG. well-bred Catholic man.
.Iwouldn't mind getting it on with a
curvaceous red head. Must be able
to sing, enjoy walking through apple
orchards. Write or mail yourself
soon to Box 17, Michigan Daily.
dFlO2O
SHY, but gregarious woman having
lust acquired flirtations tendencies
wants to ,try it out. Absolutely
adores looking at beautiful bodies,
extremely interested in beautiful
minds. Box 1, Michigan Daily.
dF102O
LONELY, moderately Jewish senior
male (never been to Israel but wore
braces and went to Hebrew School)
desires companionship. Write or
mail replies to Box 3, Michigan
Daily. dFlO2O
PERMANENT weight los, smoking
reduction, study efficiency, tension
control, through behavior modifi-
cation. Call 994-0019. e~to

PERSONAL
FLEXIBLE, piano teacher affers les-
sons on campus. Theory, ear-train-
lug available. Master's degree. 662-
5850 before 11 a.m. 69F1028
PIANO, ORGAN. Terrific teachers
Improvement guaranteed. Professor
world-famous Santa Cecilia Aca-
demy, Rome, Italy. Concert pianist.
Beginners, advanced, will learn in
your home, 662-4401. 18P1024
WE" PARTICIPATE in the ,Blue
Shield Prescription program, The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. oct
WHERE MARGINAL 'PICT u
quality diamronds.-Austin D1 am~nd.
1209 S. University, 663-7131.7 dt
WEDDING INVITATIONS -- Mod or,
traditional. Call 761-0OM anytime.
TRAVELERS INSURANCE 00. and
Auto-Owners Insurance 00. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring.
er=Kleinschmnidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron. CPtU
UPTIGHT? Relax in whirlpool.' An-
Bela massages muscles In exclusive
atmosphere. Legit. 971-6867, 871-
1489. cFtc
COPIES -- 21,$e each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS. 524 E. William, 665-4321
CPUc
@UMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MAL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761.042.
CPUs
COPY MILL
COPYING
M IRACLE!
IBM.
PREGNANT 1 YEAR'
DELIVERED
BRAND NEW
COPIER' III
ON : Oct. 1 6, 1975,
WEIGHT: ,825 lbs.
NAME: BABY COPIER 11
MAKES PERFECT COPTIES
COME SEE!
BETTER COPIES
THAN ANYWHERE'
PARENTS GUARANTEE'
3c-31/2c
Regular Bond Copies
EACH PERFECT
COME CELEBRATE !
BABY COPIER 11
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WHILE THEY LAST

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CHCI iSE'FROM OUR WIDE SELECTION OF
ICE COLD BEER and WINE-
D omestic & Imported
Champagne-Keg Beer -Cold Pop
Ice- Crushed, Cubed or Block
All From the Safety and Convenience of Your Cdr
FOR THE ECOLOGY MINDED
We Accept Returnable Battles
-OPEN T7 DAYS A WEEK-
CORNER OF FIFTH AND CATHERINE

white kitty, 7 months, needs new {
home-all shots, free to loving own- 57141025,
er. 994-5764. 50T1020 --- -- ---- __
________ - .- - -.JAZZ DRUMMER, experienced,
FREE - Angora cat. Call 769-1856. quartet, little pay, quality music.
83T1019 434-5378. 03H1021
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CHUBBY CHECKERS
DANNY and the JUNIORS
THE BELMONTS
MOOSE and DA SHARKS
CKLW's Brother BILL GABLE-Emee
ROMA HALL
Schoolcraft and Inkster
NOV. 1 2-8:00 P.M.
$6.50 PER PERSON
Sponsored by Westland .Jaycees
Tickets available at Hudson's, Grinnells
and The Addition Shops
MAIlL ORDER TO: Westland Jaycees, 7535 Gary,
Westland. Mi. 48185 (Money orders only) by Nov.
1. 1975

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Mon. 5:30; Wed. and Fri. 6:30
IM Wrestling Room
Call Lisa, 995-89011 or Mike, 995-8488
U of M SHORIN CLUB

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662-3969
all days and eves

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Monday-Saturdav, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.; Open Sundays Noon-7 p.m.

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MICHIGAN STUDIES ON CHINA

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THE CHINESE CALCULUS
OF DETERRENCE
India and Indochina
"Allen Whiting's new book, The Chinese
Calculus of Deterrence, is a fascinating,
meticulous analysis of' Peking's reac-
tions and. the signals the has given
regarding her concern for her security.
It is ani important contribution to an
understanding of Peking's policies and
motivations."-WV. Averell Harriman
$15.00

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CHINA'S ECONOMIC _
D V L P TThe Interplay of Scarcity * ", .
and Ideology#
"~The volume contains some of the most
important analytical and interpretive
writing on the Chinese economy by one
of the world's leading specialists on thef
subject whose research and ideas have
had an enormous impact on both scho-
larly and public understanding of the
subject. It is an rnportant book that
should be read by all those who are
interested in the Chinese econonV~y-or,b
for that matter, developing economies
in general."-A. Doak , Barnett 65
IN PRESS
Ernest P. You nca
THE PRESIDENCY OF YUAN SH IH-KWAI
Liberalism and Dictatorship in Early Republican China

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