THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, January 9., 1976
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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY
Uncontracted Classified Rates
1 2 3 4 5 6 add.
FOR SALE FOR RENT
SUPER SALE: 20% off on all tapers. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Two
"Two for one" on Gothic pillars and bedroom, furnished apt. with park-
many bath products. Other items re- ing, air conditioning, etc. 2 blocks
duced. Sal runs through Jan. 17. to Diag and near hospitals. 662-7787.
Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth 1cC1113
Ave. in Kerrytown. 40B110 -------------
JAN.-AUG. Private, spacious furn-
FOR SALE, 1 ladies Ige. down Jack- ished 2-room apt. with shared kit-
et and 1 down vest. Price negotiable. chen and bathroom. Laundry fa-,
995-9733. 33B111 cilities on premises. $150/mo. Park-
-- -"- --- ing included. Call Rick, 764-0452 or
2-BDRM. TOWNHOUSE: finished 995-8483. 31C0110
room n basement, stove, dishwash- ----- -- --
,r, central air, drapes, and carpet- ROOM. $95. Near campus, utilities
ing. $$29,900. 994-5218. 56B111 included. Call 665-8074. 5-7 p.m.
MOUTON COAT, $20. Excellent con-.------.__- - ---
dition. Hip length. Evenings, 763- FEMALE GRAD to share 2-bedroom.,
6744. 45B110 Own room. Close to campus. 663-
.-.-..-5407, 662-6161. 46C110
YAMAHA SKIS, BOOTS, 1012 Henke,
poles. Must sell. Ted, 769-0111.
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men An; EXTREMELY NICE
k women. All sizes. Persian Huse of!ON-CAMPUS
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
WEIGHTS-5 ft. bar with collars, AND HOUSES
150 lbs., various size plates, official
bench, excellent condition. 971-6902, Nancy and Jean will be glad to
after 5:30. 83B0111 help you with your housing needs.
FOR RENT STOP BY-OR CALL US
FEMALE looking for roommate. 1-
bedroom, bath, kitchen, large living
room. Carpeted. $97.50/mo. plus util-
ities. Call 995-9781, 1309 South Uni-
versity, Apt. 8. 30Y0110
ONE MALE needed to complete 4-
man apt. near campus. $73/mon. 994-
SONY stereo systems, TV's at just
above wholesale prices. Write for
free catalogue and price list. Also
1 mention other brands interested in.
SIGHT & SOUND Elctronics, P.O.
Box 35, Ann Arbor, 48107. 76X0120
METRONOME WANTED. 995-8341.
MARTIN D12-28 guitar, perfect con-
dition. 763-6269. 82X0115
NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos
from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761-
TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off.
must mention ad. See Don, Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430.
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N.B.: Each group of charocter counts as one word.
Hvhenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines equals 1 inch
5 words Der line
SECRETARY/TYPIST job opening
for registered work-study students.
15-20 hrs./wk. Call 994-HELP any-
150 INVENTORY CLERKS needed
for Monday, January 12, 8-12 p.m.
and/or Tuesday, January 13, 7 a.m.
to Noon. Call Kelly Services. 973-
LUNCH HELP wanted - Exchange
for meals immediately. Call Rick,
PHOTO-COPIER--Person to run IBM
photocopier, evenings & weekends,
no experience necessary. $2.00/hr.
Call 662-1770 for appointment. cHtc
WE AT the Children's Community
Cooperative are seeking a certified
elementary school teacher to work
at our alternative elementary school
between 8-20 hrs./wk. at $2.50 an
hour beginning soon and continu-
ing at least through the summer,
Call Annie, between 2-3 at 663-4392,
or between 3-5 at 665-3943. 38H1091
BARGAIN CORNER j
Women's clothing, size 5; silver
plate items, dishes, glassware. MA-
MIYA C-33 camera and lens, men's,
jackets, chair small tables, sleeping
bags. 14" snow tires, coffee maker,
antique sideboard, TV books, work-
table and many misc. items. Fri.,
Jan. 9-Sun., Jan. 11. 10:00-6:00. 525#
S. Division, No. 3. Cash only.
PART-TIME HELP needed, ticket
taker for theatre. Evening hours on
ly. Contact 994-0627. 35H0115
ELECTRONIC and Microcircuit as-
sembly need part-time people to
work approx. 20 hr./wk. Hours flex-
ible, in city convenient transporta-
tion. Call 663-3352. 39H111
EARN extra money throughout the
semester by volunteering for the
PSYCHOLOGY PAID SUBJECT
POOL. Business hrs.: 9-12 call 764-
4209; 1-4 call 763-1101. 51H118
SALES PERSON WANTED. $50/wk.
and 20% commission. Call 994-0627.
CAR SERVICE, ACCES.
2 SNOW TIRES mounted on 1971-
73 Pinto wheels, $25. 663-6826 eve-
nings, persistently. 79S0111
CONVICTED RAPISTS needed for
research. Confidential interviews.
All paid. Please help. Write Mich-
igan Daily, Box 23. 62F0115
OPEN TONIGHT til 1 A.M.
Billiards and Bowling
At the Union
At the Cross-Eeyed Moose
Receives 50c in free binball.
Open every morning 10:00;
Sun. at Noon
UM BOWLING TEAMS challenge
Roll-offs. Sign up at Union Lanes
now through Jan. 11. Women's and
Men's teams, nine game block.
A COURSE OF ACTION . . . Air
Force ROTC. If you've two aca-
demic vears remaining in school
(graduate or undergraduate) look
into our AFROTC programs. It's one
way of planning for a good future.
Get all the details today. Contact:
AFROTC, North Hall, Ph. 764-2403.
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
NEW COURSE FOR CREDIT
"Politics of Mass Education." How
schools shape attitudes, personality,
knowledge. How schools feed capi-
talism. Endorsed by three University
profs. Tuesday or Thursday evening.
discussion group. Limit 10. Jeff
Howard. Ph.D. pro-am, Univ, teach-
ing experience. $20. Call 662-8193
for readings, course outline.
At the Cross-Eyed Moose
613 E. Liberty
Fri. 12:30-1 p.m. All you can play
,THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
home of the
613 E. LIBERTY
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: Stoneware
Mon. and Thurs. 7:30-10:30 p.m.
starts Jan. 12. Call persistently 668-
8873, 761-8540. Schoolhouse Pottery.
THINKING of Transferring?
Dropping Out? .
Check out PIE, a summer-based,
winter independent study, alterna-
tive BA program. Write PIE, Box 15,
Goddard College, Plainfield, Ver-
mont 05667. Goddard admits stu-
dents of any race, color, national-
ity, sex, age, or ethnic irigin. 82F011
in Gestalt, "Hot Seat" work & In-
terpersonal group process. Wed. eve.
Leaders: Michael Andes, Richard
Kempter. 995-0088. 85F120
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WALLY,
CREATIVE DANCE WORKSHOP
F'iday eve.-Sat.. Jan. 16-17. No ex-
perience necessary. Margaret & Bob
Blood. 769-0046. 81F0116
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding
and Social Announcements
214 S. 4TH AVE. 994-4664
WEDING INVITATIONS -Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
COPIES - 2%c each
L.west Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
* 2 FREE GAMES 0
1217 S. University
1 ad per person
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
MES. EDII'NG. TASK, 761-4146.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Large'
single room in spacious two-person
apartment for mature, considerate
male. Very close to campus, parking
included. Lease through August.'
$112.50 a month plus electric. Call
995-3913, 5-7 p.m. dC113
LARGE BASEMENT ROOM in shared
house. Good location. $89/month.,
CAMPUS RENTALS GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
1335 S. University nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
665-8825 1 -t
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30 BUSIN ESS SERVICES
VISCOUNT APARTMENTS Want to move ain a hurry? Truck
2 an 3 edrom available for small moving within
2 and 3 Bedroom 25 miles. 973-0763. 78J0131
Bi-Levels and Tr-Levels I __ _ --
ENGLISH for foreign students.
MODEL OPEN Qualified, experienced teachers. Rea-
M-F, 11-1, 6-8 Weekends, 2-4 sonable rates. Grammar. conversa-
1316 Geddes No. 3 tion, composition. Call 769-6076.
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_ .. Weekly housekeeping service, one
NEEDED: Readers for blind student, block from campus. Four month
LEVI'S DEN IMS
paid and volunteer. Call Disabled winter lease. Rentals fro m on.
Student Services, 8-5, 763-3000 for University Towers, 536 South Forest, EFFICIENCY on campus: Large- --- -
more information. 06H109 761-2680. 720117,s modern, furnished $180. 418 E. Wash- : EXPERIENCED MOVERS-One piece
-.-..--a.H1ington. Call 668-6906 or 663-3641. or a house load. Reasonable rates.
ATTENTION GRAD STUDENTS: cCtc Excellent references. 994-9297. 02J109
SWorkStudy Opening-supervising TH E H G LAND fl
students in the Ann Arbor Schools. .TH'H1 H' AN S ROOMS in friendly country house,. EDIT _RIAL SERVICES
Contact Laura Rosa. 763-3548. One & two bedroom unfurnished nlarge many-windowed room big
88?09aprtents.o iged tenfnishcort, enough for couple. One small attic' Highest references 769-2931
H apartments. Lighted tennis court,;room. 663-3011. 120111 0---
3 STUDENT BUYERS' ASSOCIATION pool and security lock system. Buses;--- - ---.. ..---- -.- -
(U-M) Position of assistant coordi- to and from campus daily. ROOM IN HOUSE, $62.50/mo. No VIOLIN LESSONS
I nator available in mid-January. Ap- Base, near campus. 453-8940 after 5. Beginning through advanced. U-M
plicant should have some knowledge 1697 Broadway, Apt.303 180111Doctorate. For information call:;
of food and supply ordering, billing, SINGLE ROOM in pleasant house 663-8392. 09J110
budgeting, bookkeeping, and typing/769 G-36a Em s94-6383.8 BA for rat parti Don, 761-
fLiving experience in a frat, sorority,nercmu.9468. 210 BAD foPatptisDn,71
or co-op would be helpful. Bache- cCtc NEEDED: People for doubles $75. 9431 and 487-5526. cJtc
lor's degree is preferred. Send resu-...................oerto Cmrde i 6-r~N._pyng. Bndng-Eitng
me to: Coordinator, SBA, 4315 Mich- HOSPITAL LOCATION. large, fur-821o ed frat on Cambridge.1Jim3 PNG Coyngar SgEditing
igan Union Bldg., Ann Arbor, 48109 nished efficiency. $190/mon. Call Kepuneing.NoEarervATe.
no later than January 9th. 29H109 769-3639. 750111 WOMgN NEEDED to complete 5 per- I tHE SECRETARiAT
nostyle house. Own room, ltDissertation Specialists
SILK SCREENED ROOMMATE WANTED--Own room c oose to campus. Cal. 995-5879. 812 S. State Street
in hise, $759mo5-. Cal7 995-4384.C 8 am.-10 p.m. 994-35
Experienced production worker part C384. -osetoca~~us~~~~l~~20C11~
time in textile pitn ln.A-63 C115 __._.. .. .. .IA_.------------ - -
prnigFatA - -.. . .... . -- ul-ieirelnetps
cott Corp., 1202 N. Main. 663-2023. ROOM. no lease, old house down- with c<nsiderable experience typing
I ~~16H111 AEPI RTRIYned n e town, large closets. 761-1734. Wihcndealexrecetpg
male to complete spacious double., ,870109 nooks, dissertations, papers. I type
Call Charlie,-665-8018. 89C113-over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
CREATIVE BABYSITTER ----guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
For professor's small children, 5 2 FEMALE Grad or professional stu- SUBLET, BM Correcting Selectrie. Call Bill.
ddents wanted for own rooms in on- -_-_- ---- ---- - . 865-0166. cltc
days/week, 8:30-4. Must have town Iapsc-dhus trigSm FEMALE TO-SAE2bdom
s transportation, references. 761-8477 campus co-ed house starting Sum-,FML O SAE2bdom ________
after 4 p.m. 28H1117 mer. $70. Call 995-2567. 55C114 apartment. Low rent. Close to Med/ MISCELLANEOUS
-....- Central campus. 761-1003. 47U0115
! BABYSITTING and house cleaning. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: single
Approx. 6 hr.k/wk. Burns Park. 663- room and meal contract for male in FEMALE to share bedroom in 4-wo- LOOKING for good quality hand-
r8302. 24H109 Lawyers Club. Telephone 764-8915. man apt. Two blocks from campus. + crafted items to be sold on con-
8302. 24H109 54C111 Rent negotiable. Call 995-8362. signment, Northville area. 1-349-
CHEMISTRY STUDENT, part-time 03U113|3662 between 12-6. 80M0115
for consulting work. Jean Criteen- NOW RENTING SITUATIONS WANTED FOLK SINGING for children 5-7
den. Utrasphenics. 665-3701. 251117 SITUyears. My Burns Park home. Mon.,
REF.TIONIST .FALL I 976 TUTOR FOR FRENCH: 4 years pro- 4-5:15. $2/session. 761-7550. 92M114
Must type 40 wpm. $2.25/hr. Call ficiency. Must have references. Top PETER FLEMING of Pellin Insti-
662-7757 for appointment. cHtc 3. Keith, 94-3549 after 6 p.m. tute, Italy, offering four day Gestalt
.....TOM PSO'.).N Needed immediately. 340109
TLOSTdAmdaFyU4D9Workshop in Ann Arbor, January
LOST AND FOUND A-PARTMENTS WANTED - Challenging job w 15-18.$65.665-2397 for information
--- - -long hours and no pay. Duties: a
FOUND: Long-haired white dog. in (at corner of William & Thompson) auditing books of major campus lo-I
campus area. 995-2919. - 111Furnished efficiency, & 2 bedroom cat, developing innovative (and in- PETS AND SUPPLIES
I LOST: White, fluffy cat. South U.- apartments. -See manager at Apt. I expensive) fiscal programs, inform- -----------
LWsten:w aea. 663-4y5. 7uth 216 oprns call: mn rt ing members of financial bnefits DOG FOR ADOPTION: Doberman/
W n r. -7 A 2 r :from international union. Reward: Labrador, age 6 months, well train-
LOST: Samoyed (fluffy white hus- 665-2289 opportunity to get a union on its ed. Affectionate and beautiful. Carl
ky) male, one yr. old. Last seen feet financially. Vote Bennish, Har- 971-8277 after 5. 41T111
arotnd State and Catherine Street, mon and Kivisto, Trustees, 2001. GEA CT-m He
Weds. p.m. Call Lee at 764-5562 c /^(pd p01 adv) ( GIVE A NICE CAT a home. He's
ds.663.Ca2eves. 88A113 S S SO4UC- 980109 quiet and black and was found on
daYs,.) 3-__2__e_._8___ Scio Church Rd. 663-1622 evenings.
LOST: Miniature beagle very old (across from U-M Stadium) PHOTO SUPPLIES 11T109
dog. 995-9709 14A111 Funished & 2 b om
._ PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES-Basic & TR NPRT TO
Painters Pants . . . $7.98
CFS Office of
Sts idy Abroad 1976
Annllr'tions beinr accepted now.
Fa'n up to 8 credits.
USSR a Vienna a Paris a Diion
* Nairobi * Nice Florence
A Perueia * Israel * Copenhagen
* British Virgin Island S Geneva.
round trin iet .tuition, room, board,
accredited University programs. For
new course catalogues/applications
for summer or academic year:
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
216 S. State (Next to Lane Hall)
(above Marti Walkers)
CHILDREN'S MORNING ACTIVI-
TIES- Burns Park, Mon.: 24-3
yrs. painting, investigating, pretend-
ing, nutritious snack. 3 hrs.: $4.50.
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%c per copy
211 S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
Do A Little Dance
Drink A Little Punch
Get Down Tonite.
34 Girls will show
So Hustle Down to
Sig Delt Tau.
1405 Hill St.
(next to the Ark)
SAT., JAN. 10th
party favors not included
.U~, il y.
- -- XEROX AND OFFSET
TIRED of the classroom? Want an
opportunity to learn in a creative fast, low cost duplicating,
environment? Learn skills while COPY QUICK
serving the community. Placements 1217 S. University 769-0560
available for committed students in eFtc
three experiential learning programs. --- -- ---- - - --
Projects are: Child Care and Devel- MIXED BOWLING Leagues now
opment, Inmate Project, and Inno- forming. Sign up now. Union Lanes.
vative Tutorial Experience. Contact cFlll
Project Community at 2204 Michi- DIRECT PURCHASING volume sell-
Projects close763-arly.3548REDIT AVAIL- ing and marginal profits assure you
ABLE. 90F113 Ithat your diamond will be an in-
_ . . vestmentat Austin Diamond, 1209
Attractive young scientist seeks in- S. University. 663-7151. cFte
telligent, attractive, nonsmoking COMPLETE PROPHYLACTIC de-
young woman. Box 333 Michigan 1 partment at the Village Apothe-
Daily. 89F113 cary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
WE ARE BACK! ! ! "CADILLACS or Communes: Choos-
Dave, Chet, and Harold ing a Lifestyle" is the title of a
U-M tylstsat te Uion three-session workshop to be held
U-M Stylists at the Union at Campus Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw,
Open 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. on Thursdays, January 15, 22 and 29,
cFllO at 7:30 p.m. Featured will be the
NEED an address/phone no. to keep film "Beyond the Next Harvest;" a
the parents happy? Use ours. Nege- panel of Ann Arbor residents repre-
tiable, 995-1530 8oF0110 senting various Christian lifestyles;
and Dr. George Mavrodes of the U
of M Philosophy Dept. The public is
WINTER TERM SPECIAL invited to come and discuss the im-
Next week at. the Union Mon., Tues., portant lifestyle choices we all must
Wed.: Billiards $1/hr. M-PIN Bowl- make in the face of world poverty
ing, win a free game. Open 11 a.m.- cFlll!
12:30 a.m. Mon.-Sat., 1 p.m. Sun.
CAN'T GO SOUTH FOR WINTER?
Warm, friendly place to take meals
and make friends. FRIENDS CEN-
TER INTERNATIONAL CO-OP. Call
Tom or Carol, 761-7435. 65F115
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
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 i
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Sweaters from .. .
Heavy Fiberfill 11
Coats from ....
207 E. Liberty
FOR SALE menu. Parcing available. Bsuses to;Advanced. Private instruction. Be- _________________
W E D l ie .and from campus every 4 hour. gsoon.Cal 995-4384. 64D1 RIDE NEEDED - Commuting from
See manager at Apt. K-1 or call: - .Portage Lake to Ann Arbor daily.
velvet and leather trimmings. In-994-3955 ROOMMATES Flexible hours, share expenses. 426-
cludes frame, lining, foam padding cCtc. .---- - _ 3519. 67G113
3 and headboard. $100. 995-8348 nites. ..- ... -.......MALE NEEDED to complete 4 man,
69B113 FURNISHED ROOM available imme- apt. 663-9654. 66Y111 USED CARS
diately, near campus and St. Joseph --
SHAKLEE quality organic food sup- hospital, also roommates needed for FEMALE graduate student prefer- CHEVY NOVA '75, 6 cyl., auto-
pements, natural skin care, bio- modern and older campus apis. ired, one bedroom apartment, near matic, power steering, disc brakes.
degradables. Tomorrow's products Campus Management, Inc. 663-4101.1 campus, quiet, no-smoking. 995-9176, $2600. After 5, 761-2380. 73N111
!today. Marilyn, 995-0083. 81B111 cC1113 evenings. 60Y0111
._.__._____---. ... ... .- OMMTES'69 GHIA. Rear damaged. Excellent
ROOMMATES NEEDED to share a engine. 663-1167. Best offer. 49N0111
very large carpeted double in house. --
$8 mu. 995-9743. 61Y0111 1'74 PLYMOUTH Gold Duster - 6,
1 Created, as a
7 Bowling scores
13 Artist's item
15 British titles
16 Flowering plant
17 Nautical term
18 Chopin compo-
20 Service craft,
21 - of thou-
22 Verbal contrac-
23 Farm structure
24 Common suffix
26 Piano ----
27 Wandered off
37 Make a short
visit en route
41 First class and
42 Opera role
44 Fish delicacy
45 Church alcove
51 Fished in a cer-
55 Set of nine
56 Gold, for one
58 Choir members
1 Space probe
3 Fender flaw
.4 French season
7 Town: Ger.
9 Tenn. neighbor
12 Motor housings
13 Least colorful
15 Author of "A-
19 Poetic preposi-
23 Rooster's crow
25 True copies, in
26 Part of ajoint~
28 Make,- in
30 Port of NE
35 Vatican chapel
39 Money in
40 Olivia's clown
43 Mushroom or
46 Tea container
47 Office worker
49 Welfare, old
ON YOUR DOORSTEP!
TWO WOMEN need third to share
modern apt. 1770 Geddes. $108/mo.
& electric. Call Mary Jo, 995-9344.
Rent negotiable if necessary. 48Y0109
MALE STUDENT NEEDED TO COM-
P LETE 4 MAN APT. S. University
near Forest. Call 995-9069. 04Y111
pwrautomatic, sow tres. ub
1969 DODGE DART. 6 cyl. Auto-
matic, FM. $550 or best offer. 482-
2398 eves. I-N---
'69 VW BUS. New engine, book
value $1600. Call 995-5856 between
5 and 7 p.m. 19N109
'71 VW CONY. Auto., Re-built en-
gine, new rads, FM. 946-8836 before
1971 MAVERICK, low mileage, ex-
cellent condition. 665-5925. 96N109
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