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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 7, 1976

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

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

NEEDED: Readers for blind student, NEED MONEY? Do you have a car? RECEPTIONIST
paid and volunteer. Call Disabled The Michigan Daily needs a paper Must type 40 wpm. $2.25/hr. Call
Student Services, 8-5, 763-3000 for carrier for the North Campus route. 662-7757 for appointment. Hte
more information. 06H109 Call 764-0558 for details. dH114 EXPERIENCED MOVERS e i ce
SILK SCREENED or a house load. Reasonable rates.
AT'TENTION GRAD STUDENTS: Experienced production worker part Excellent refenrces. 994-9297. 02J109.
Work Study Opening-supervising time in textile printing plant. As-
students in the Ann Arbor Schools. cott Corp., 1202 N. Main. 663-2023 FOR SALE
Contact Laura Rosa, 763-3548 16H111
88H109
STUDENT B E A CREATIVE BABYSITTER SHEEPSKIN COATS for men an
N RETwVoEn. All sires. Persian House of
SUETBUYERS' ASSOCIATION For professor's small children, 5 l~ot.7985.ct
(U-M) Position of assistant coordi-Frprfsr' mlchdrn5 Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
(U-) Psiton f asisantcood -days/week, 8:30-4. Must have town-------------
nator available in mid-January. Ap- s-t_:-_.v_ n
plicant should have some knowledge transportation, references. 761-8477 WEIGHTS -5 ft. bar with collars,
of food and supply ordering, billing, after 4 p.m. 28H1117 150 lbs., various size plates, official
budgeting, bookkeeping, and typing. BABYSITTING and house cleaning, bench, excellent condition. 971-6902.
Living experience in a frat, sorority, Approx. 6 hr.k/wk. Burns Park. 663- after 5:30. 83B0111
or co-op would be helpful. Bache- 8302. 24H109 L
lor's degree is preferred. Send resu- - . _-LOST AND FOUND
me to: Coordinator, SBA, 4315 Mich- CHEMISTRY STUDENT, part-time
igan Union Bldg., Ann Arbor, 48109 for consulting work. Jean Criteen- LOST: Miniature beagle, very old
no later than January 9th. 29H109 den, Ultrapherics: 665-3701. 25H1117 dog. 995-9709 14A111
2 CREDITS $10 LAB FEE
Department of Psychology
E xpe rien tial learning in ove r 35 di ffe ren t se t-
tings -penal facilities, mental institutions,
hospi tals, communi ty se rvices, sc hools, half-
way houses, homes, e tc.
I f interested : COM E TO-
OUTEAH AS METNG
THURDAY JA. 8-730p.m.
Questions? Registration In formation and Procedures?
COME TO Corner H ouse ( Introductory Psychology Building )
554 Thompson Street (corn'er of Thompson and Madison)
or c all 764-9279, 764-9179
H ELP O TH ERS T O H ELP T H EMS ELV E S
Dpraiu ofPsyhology 0

FOR RENT
FALL '76
EXTREMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS
APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES

FOR RENT
ROOMS in friendly country house,
one large many-windowed room big
enough for couple. One small attic
room. 663-3001. 12C111
TWO GRAD or working women to
join small cooperative house. Own
rooms. Low rent. Excellent location.
Call 6-9, 662-4928. 15C108

ROOMMATES
MALE STUDENT NEEDED TO COM-
PLETE 4 MAN APT. S. University
near Forest. Call 995-9069. 04Y111
ONE MALE needed to complete 4-
man apt. near campus. $73/mon. 994-:
5070. IY1lil
MUSICAL MDSE..

Uncontracted Classified Rates

Nancy and Jean will be glad to-------------- .- ----
help you with your housing needs. ROOM IN HOUSE, $62.50/mo. No RADIOS, REPAIRS
lease, near campus. 453-8940 after 5.
STOP BY-OR CALL US in 18C111NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos
CAM PL SINGLE ROOM npleasant- s from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761-
Cnear campus. 994-6383. 21C108
1335 S. University - -TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off,
665-8825 NEEDED: People for doubles $75. must mention ad. See Don, Apollo
Co-ed frat on Cambridge. Jim 761- Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430.
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30 3857 23C113 cxtc I
Saturday 10:00-2:00 -M-NE D-co-t-pe
WOMEN NEEDED to complete 5 per GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
son co-op style house. Own room, nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
VISCOUNT APARTMENTSclose to campus. Call 995-5879.C 9241. cXtc
2 and 3 Bedroom .-
Bi-Levels and Tri-Levels !ROOM, no lease, old house down- BUSINESS SERVICES
town, large closets. 761-1734.

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MODEL OPEN
M-F. 11-1, 6-8 Weekends, 2-4
1316 Geddes No. 3

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MISCELLANEOUS

EDITORIAL SERVICES
Highest references 769-2931
05J131,

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PERSONAL

PERSONAL
P ARMRA F iT .>t." .. . ._

mo a irrrnTn. Yrnvtrcvnr

DOUBI.ES $75 on Cambridge. Jim, PETER FLEMING of Pellin Instireci -- - - TRA'NNt wOdKoP E weigc oss, smoing
761-5857. 25C108 tute, Italy, offering four day Bestalt VIOL IN LESSONS " Gestalt, Hot Seat" work & In- reduction, study efficIency, tension
! Workshop in Ann Arbor, January terpersonal group process. Wed. eve, thrOUah behavior modifi-
EFFICIENCY: 2 room apt., utilities 15-18.865. 665-2397 for Information Beginning through advanced. U-M Leaders: Michael Andes, Richard cation. Call 994-0019. eFte
included $195 mo. No parking, pets and reservations. 08M110 Doctorate. For information call: Kempter. 995-0088, 85F120 - -
or children. Shown 10-6 p.m. 314 E. 663-8392. 09J110------- --_---- . - Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding
William, 1OC110---- ------------.-..--._-- --_._- I WE ARE BACK!1I and Social Announcements
EFFICIENY_----- .. USED CARS BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761-1
EFFICIENCY on campus: ar --- 943 and 487-26.pce.c Dave. Chet, and Harold ARBOR INSTANT
modern, furnished $180. 418 E. Wash- 74 PLYMOUTH Gold Duster - 6, U-M Stylists at the Union PRINTING
ington. Call 668-6906 or 663-3641. power, automatic, snow tires. 995- TYPING. Copying, Binding. Editing, Open 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
ectc 0177. 26N109 Keypunching, Notary Service. cF110 214 S. 4TH AVE. 994-4664
S---------- THE SECRETARIAT .. Ft
BARGAIN CORNER 1969 GODGE DART. 6 cyl. Auto- Dissertation Specialists NEED an address/phone no. to keep -----------
-_matic. FM. $550 or best offer. 482- 812 S. State Street the parents happy? Use ours. Nego- WEDDING INVITATIONS-- Mod or
- 2398 eves.1N! 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594 tiable, 995-1530 80F0110 traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
.- - -_._. fte
A Avalue $1600. Call 995-5856 between with considerable experience typing RGAT edhlCl rb
5 and 7 p.m. 19N109h dissertations,p Ity Next week at hUnio Tues., em Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
- over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy Wed.: BilliardsI$/hr.M-PIN Bowl- Division. Free pregnancy tests.
'71 VW CONY. Auto Re-built en- a e c a ng, win a free game. Open 11 a.m.- cto
genew r~s FM. 9683 before IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, 12:30 am. Mon.-Sat,, 1 p.m. Sun.________
noon.9 13N111 665-0166. JtccFll COPIES -- 2ric each
-Lowest Prices Anywhere
LEVI'S DENIMS 1971 MAVERICK, low mileage, ex- LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cellent condition. 665-5925, 96N109 TRAVEL expert help you style your engage- Fte
B-ment ring. It costs less. Over 5.000 -
Bell Bottoms SITUATIONS WANTED SEE real beauty and splendor at its U-M men have. Austin Diamond, * 2 FREE GAMES "
Bont Jeans --- ---- --- best this summer in Colorado, by 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtcA

WANTED - Challenging job with
Traditionals long hours and no pay. Duties:
Button Fl auditing books of major campus lo-
cal, developing innovative (and in-
Pre-Washed expensive) fiscal programs, inform-
ing members of financial bnefits
from international union. Reward:
Lopportunity to get a union on its'
L EVI'S CORDS feetfinancially. Vote Bennish. Har-
mon and Kivisto, Trustees, 2001.
Bell Bottoms (pd p01 adv)j

Straight Legs
Big Bells
Western Shirts

980109 1

Turtlenecks ......$4.98
Painters Pants ... $7.98
Sweaters from ... $7.98
Heavy Fiberfill II
Coats from......$26
207 E. Liberty
663-8611

PETS AND SUPPLIES
GIVE A NICE CAT a home. He's
quiet and black and was found on
Scio Church Rd. 663-1622 evenings.
11T109
SUBLETI
FEMALE to share bedroom in 4-wo-
man apt. Two blocks from campus.
Rent negotiable. Call 995-8362.
03U113
MODERN, furnished apt. A/C, dish-
washer, parking. Near campus. Jan.-
Aug. sublet, $290/mon. 995-8893.
07U108
GRAD STUDENT wanted to share
apt. with Psych grad student. Own
bedroom in spacious modern 2-bed-
rooms very close to campus. 995-
3193 persistently. 93U108
SINGLE, spacious room, $90/mon.
Immediate occupancy. Call Johna-
than, 662-3354. 99U109
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

back-packing in the mountains. Call
Marv for information about the
package, 995-2167, after 7:00 p.m.
77P108
PERSONAL
Prepare yourselves for the return in-
vasion of PROCTOR & BERGMAN!
The dynamic duo will appear LIVE
at the MATRIX THEATRE January
18th and 19th and will show FIRE-
SIGN THEATRE movies in addition
to their live performances. DON'T
MISS THIS UNIQUE MULTI-MEDIA
SHOW! For info: 994-0627. 97F118
POTTERY CLASSES: Stonewarel
Mon. and Thurs. 7:30-10:30 p.m.#
starts Jan. 12. Call persistently 668-1
8873, 761-8540. Schoolhouse Pottery.
95F111
TIRED of the classroom? Want an
opportunity to learn in a creative
environment? Learn skills while
serving the community. Placements
available for committed students in
three experiential learning programs.
Projects are: Child Care and Devel-
opment, Inmate Project, and Inno-
vative Tutorial Experience. Contact
Project Community at 2204 Michi-
gan Union, 763-3548. Sign up now.
Projects close early. CREDIT AVAIL-
ABLE. 90F113

CAMPUS PINBALL
THINKING of Transferring? 1217 S. University
Dropping Out? I ad per person
Check out PIE, a summer-based, cFtC
winter independent study, alterna-
tive BA program. Write PIE, Box 15, TRANSMOGRIFYING
Goddard College, Plainfield, Ver- - TYPING
mont 05667. Goddard admits stu- All electric. Serving the academic,
dents of any race, color, national- professional and business communi-
ity, sex, age, or ethnic orgn. 82F0111? ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
-______.-__.-------MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/ cJte
CREATIVE DANCE WORKSHOP -- --- -------- -
Friday eve.-Sat., Jan. 16-17. No ex- XEROX AND OFFSET
perience necessary. Margaret & Bob
Blood, 769-0046. 87F0111 fast, low cost dUlicating
CAN'T GO SOUTH FOR WINTER? 1217 S. University 769-0560
Warm, friendly place to take meals c'tc
and make friends. FRIENDS CEN- MIXED BOWLING Leagues now
TER INTERNATIONAL CO-OP. Call forming. Sign up now. Union Lanes.
Tom or Carol, 761-7435. 82F109CF111
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. _ r~,

cFtc
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears I
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring- I
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron. Ftc '

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Daily

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15%DISCOUNT on contact lens pre-
parations at the Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
Attractive young scientist seeks in-
telligent, attractive, nonsmoking
young woman. Box 333 Michigan
Daily. 89F113

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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HILLEL OPEN HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7th -8:00 p.m.

GREET
OLD FRIENDS

MEET,
NEW PEOPLE

ISRAELI DANCING - REFRESHMENTS
at HILLEL-1429 Hill St.
663-3336

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MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES
NOW FORMING
SIGN UP AT UNION LANES
OPEN: 1 1 A.M. MON.-SAT.
1 P.M. SUNDAYS
MICHIGAN UNION

ACROSS
1 Mark of a
wound
5 Voyageur'sc
10 Theology de-
grees: Abbr.
14 Harp: It.
15 The chosen
16 Apple or peas
17 Ancient
Egyptian
18 Diamond are
20 Feline's ship
mate
21 Sly dig
22 African storl
23 Baffling
26 German seal
27 City near
Winnipeg
29 Jaeger gull
31 Popular sor
by Lizette
Reese
32 Cornwall
promlontory
36 Dolphin whi
37 Member of
B.S.A.
39 New Guinea
port
40 Senator Bur
per's state
43 Urbane
45 Man of the
veldt
46 School book
20 3

48 Shine
51 Rio de-
53 Campania's
capital
55 Fertile soil
56 Degrees: Abbr.
59 Minority politi-
cal party
61 Villein
62 Chow --
63 Thank you:
Ger.
64 Terza --,
Dante's verse
form
65 Robert -
66 That is: Lat.
67 Cameo stone
DOWN
1 City in Maine
2 Indian of the
Great Plains
3 Beverage
4 Coiffure pad
5 Bright red
shade
6 Legal pleas
7 Desert region
in Israel
8 Gaelic "alas!"
9 Girl's nickname
10 Marks of
infamy
11 Tire part
12 Fair lady
13 City on the
Meuse

19 Founder oftpsr
choanalysis
21 Chicle and
others
24 Malay gibbon
25 Biblical hunter
27 Ancient prom-
enade
28 Land area:
Abbr.
30 Dragon fighter:
Abbr.
32 Spanish article
33 Historic
Egyptian town
34 Hub of a wheel
35 Whitetail
37 Compass pt.
38 Sandburg
#1 Shellfish
42 Greek provinces
43 Junction
44 In the last
(month): Abbr.
46 House-haunters
47 Earth
48 Lawn decora-
tion, at times
49 Coat part
50 Silas Marner's
foster child
52 Get - on
54 African title
57 Part of U.S.A.
58 Tunisian port
60 Lincoln's son
61 Rialto sign

All too often, when the party

ends, the trouble begins.
People who shouldn't be
doing anything more active than
going to sleep are driving a car.
Speeding and weaving their way
to death.
Before any of your friends

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It someone gets too drunk to
drive, drive him yourself. Or call a
cab. Or offer to let him sleep over.
Maybe your friend won't be
feeling so good on the morning after,
but you're going to feel terrific.
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DRUNK DRIVE{R, Di'. Y B -1
BOX 2343
ROCKVI 1., MARYIAND 20852
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The School of Art has spaces avail-
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ART 112-History of Photography
lecture course, 2 credits
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sure they aren't drunk.
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drank only beer or wine. Beet- and
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