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DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
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TICKETS
OLYMPIC tickets for XII Summer
Olympiad in Montreal. 764-4793 I
97Q411
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALE: Zenith compact stereo;
2 way Allegro speakers. 2 gram turn-'

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PERSONAL
TYAG I J I
A SPIRITUAL TEACHER
will give a free session tonight at'
7:00 pim at Friends Meeting House,
1420 Hill. For information call 995-
3122. 89F4091

BUSINESS SERVICES table, AM/FM receiver, dust cover. Pat and Nellie Matthews will be
8 months old. Excellent condition, eallers for SQUARE DANCES (and
BOGGED DOWN ork? I'll type 0 Call 971-9662 after 7 p.m me contra-dances). Sat., April 10,
your papers at a reasonable rate. dX411 8-I1 p m., University Ref. Church,
Ellen, 663-9662. 41J410 MARTIN 0-18 GUITAR, must sell. 1001 E. Huron (at Fletcher) 75c.
_ MATIN0-18GUIAR, ust54F410
BANDS FOR FRAT parties. Don, Asking $250. 761-4199. 05X411
761-9431 and 487-5526. cJtc PA. ~OMPONENTS for sale Micro STAT TUTOR W ANTED-will pay
phones, power amps, monitors, top rates per hour, Call 763-0700.
TYPING SERVICES speakers, etc. Call Karl at 971-9795. 50F409
IBM correcting Selectric. All dead- or 769-9220 dX411 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY and
lines met. 761-8580 or 994-5652. R SALEHoffner "Beatle Bass GONE WITH THE WIND. The big-
48J411 ; est movie night this term! MLB.
Hollow body, light-weight electric
PROFESebass. with hard case, $100.Hoffner Saturday April 10 2001 at 7 & 9:30
PROFESSIONAL TYPING, cassette body, $40. Echo d itar amp, two Aud. 4 ard Gone With The Wind
tape transcription, resumes, manb- electric 12-string guitar, hollow at 8 p m only, Aud. 3. 20F410
scripts, statistical reports. term paeeti2srnggia, hlo
Per, etc. Copy serviceMetro Bust channels, reverb, $40. Call John Bur- GROUP of attractive young men
eter, ivoni 525-4240. ess, 761-2178. dX410 seeking group of attractive young
56J414Fp ladies willing to engage in mutual
FENDER BASSMAN 50 amp. $295.;
Musicmnaster Bass, $100, Excellent interaction to relieve physical frus-
LIGHT MOVINGs $10, xcilln
LIGHT OVING CO. condition.Wi separate. 764-5956. trationsprior to exams. To reserve
Moving, hauling, lawn care. Please 31X410 a place in this session, write to
call 662-8217 mornings or after T6 Daily Box 25.dF4l
40J414 TURNTABLE: Miracord 650. BaseDRC UCA~iG ouesl-
p.m. DIRECT PURCHASING, volume sell-
- cover, new Pickering cartridge. Good ns
TUTORING in English, Call Sue, condition. $80 firm. Scott, 764-7743 inghand marginal profits assure you
46J40 55X13 !that your diamond will be an in-
99-2783.4 vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
INTERIOR-EXTERIOR PAINTING- PA SYSTEM TO RENT. Don, Apollo S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
References. Tom, 434-3699. d Music Center, 769-1400 eXtc WE HAVE a complete liquor depart-
- - ment. Village Apothecary, 1112 S.
FREE LANCE TYPIST DYNAMIC Stereo Receiver-2 speak- niet.ilA. 1112
BraaBra42-26 ers. both Sony. Best offer, Call 764- Uiersity. cFtc
Barbara Burda, 429-9286 7730 before 2 a-m., after 10 a-.S
14J417 759Xfoe2am. fer1 . 413, SET A RECORD

PERSONAL PERSONAL
ANYONE interested in renting an COPIES - 21/c each
apt. o house together in Washing-- Lowest Prices Anywhere
ton, D.C. this summer? Laura. 995. IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
3878. Best at dinnertime. 9IF411 -._.__.__- __. _ --
CONCERNED PEOPLE desperately
needed as foster parents for teen-
Bu FIREWORKS!1 agers in crisis situations. 1 day/2
Buy direct. We ship throughout the weeks. Singles, couples, groups and
TJ.S Send for free price list today families. A couch will do Call Ozone
Purchasers must be 18 yrs. or older House, 769-6540. 08F0522
Enclose copy of required Michigan ------- --
State permits upon purchase. Ace FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
Fireworks. Box 221, Conneaut, Ohio acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
44030, Manufacturer, Importer, swimming, canoeing, picnicing,
Wholesaler, Distributor cFtc camping. Membership $50 per adult.
-~....Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn-
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT craft, Ann Arbor, AMich. 48103.
vORKSHOP: 25F0417
Exploring human emotions with the B-
Iwhole body through spontaneous, BUMPER ieI STICKERS . Custom ES print-
h le body hioSat..e ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS. 1217
individual 17and group motion.Sa. Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942,
Apr 17. Margaret and Bob Blood,
769-0046, 47F416 ~ O THE OUS

BLOOD OF THE
CONDOR

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Bolivia (1969). Film won acclaim at the San
Francisco Film Festival. Excellent re-enactment
of the sterilization of Indian women without
their knowledge by the Peace Corps.

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GRADUATE
BRUNCH
at H I LLEL-
Sunday, April 11
1429 HLLS.00
149 H ILL ST.

SUN., APRIL'
OLD ARCH. AU D

11 7 & 9
(on Tappan)

ANN ARBOR - THE ANTIQUESI
MARKET, Sunday, April 11. 5055
Ann Arbor-Saline Rd., Exit 175 of
I-94, 180 dealers, Antiques & Select
Collectibles Guaranteed for Authen-
ticity. FEATURING (A-15) Set of r,
half/spindle chairs, orig. paint; ar-
row-back high chair orig. red paint;
7" Pa. bench; dec. foot stools; HEP-
PLEWHITE pine stand; bowback
WINDSOR arm chair; QUILTS &
COVERLETS. (A-18) Amer. & Eng.
PEWTER, WINDSORS inch, bowback
arm; rd top pine HUTCH TABLE; 18
c stretcher base TAVERN table.(A-
32) 18 c PAINTING man & dog,
snipe DECOYS. (B-10) nice dec.
STONEWARE, (B-33) pumpkin pine'
OHIO ZOAR cupbd; all orig.,
GRAINED SERVER; pine high back
dry sink w/drawers. (C-3) fully
sgnd pieces incl. TIFFANY table
lamp, QUEZAL chandelier, scenic
HANDEL Lamps, puffy PAIRPOINT.
lamp;: solid walnut BIEDERMEIR
SETTE; sterling silver flatware.
Maxfield Parrish books & prints,
sgnd Willets Belleck tea set. (C-20)'
BASKETS-Amer. Indian, Shaker,
Nantucket; linens & laces. (F-4)
JOHN KADUCK, Author will auto-I
graph & discuss his new books AD-r
VERTISING TRADE CARDS &F
TRANSPORTATION POSTCARDS. 8X
a.m.-4 p.m. (COME EARLY). Admis-
sion $1.00 57F409
DREAMS AS DRAMA1
Gestalti/art/movement workshop,I
April 9-11. Bob and Margaret Blood._
?69-0046J

Campus
Pinball
1217 S.
University

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-EM C R E &on any of our pinball machines and
STEAM CARPET & LESSONS with top instructors av- win a free lunch.
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ailable. Flute, sax, guitar, clarinet, CROSS EYED MOOSE I
11c/sq ft. 9x12 carpet $11.88. Excel- drums, piano, organ, Apollo Musc 613 E Liberty;
lent references. Free estimates. In- Center 323 S. Main. cX41l cF417s
sured. Tompkins Steam Extraction, -recording at reasonable
663-4303, 662-5077. eJtc QATY 4-rcording at rao IN'L. STUDENTS recreation pro-t
______________ - --~~-* .rates. 4-track with mixing. Good
- -gram tonight, 7 p.m.-10 p.m., Water-,
I AM a full-time, free lance typist for demo tapes. Don, 761-943X or!man Gymnasium, cF417
with considerable experience typing 995-2659 cX4l7mn ni
books, dissertations, papers. I type UE F E p sn WEI)ING INVITATIONS-- Mod or
over 100 wpm. perfect accuracy USED FENDER precision bass guitar traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. with case. 18 mo. old. 761-9431 s
IBM Correcting Selectric Call Bill,. cX413 CONGRATULATIONS Ralph Fors-
665 0166 cJtc ton, for having been accepted to U,
_____________ _____ ,Large walnut ADVENT speakers, ofDna cho.8F0
MANUSCRIPTLEDITINGLENCO turntableADSHERWOOD re- of M's Dental School. 85F409
ceiver: must sell, best offer. After PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS .
DISSERTATIONS, BOOKS, 5, anytime weekends. 995-0371. Through B e h a v i o r Modification.'
ARTICLES. 769-2931
Jt762 27X409 Weight Control National, 994-0019.

* NEW MACHINES
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
Offset Printing, Xerox Copies
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting
and much more
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
ments now being accepted for S.H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, DAT. LSAT,
and Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313)
354-0085, locally, 662-3149. cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400 S.
Division Free pregnancy tests.

ROADSIDE
ATTRACTIONS
presents
The Caretaker
by
Harold Pinter
ARENA THEATRE
FRIEZE BUILDING
APRIL 9 & 10
Students $1 .75
General Admission $2.50
Show Time 8:30 p.m.

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Spanish with English subtitles
$1.25
M resented by the
GROUP ON LATIN AMERICAN ISSUES
FRIDAY, APRIL 9
WHO'S AFRAID OF
VIRGINIA WOOLF?
(Mike Nichols, 1966) MLB 3-7 & 9:15
An intense drama based on Edward Albee's play about
professors and their wives plavina head aames to cover
their own inadeauacies. Nichols made his directorial debut
in this, "one of the most scathingly honest American films
ever made."--N.Y. Times. Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Bur-
ton, Sandy Dennis, George Segal.
LOVE AND ANARCHY
(Lina Wertmuller, 1973) MLB 4--7 & 9:15
Giancarlo Giannini plavs an anarchist who stays at a Roman
brothel while awaiting to assassinate Mussolini. Marion-
cela Melato gives a hysterically funny performance as his
contact. Luscious cinematocraphy of Italv in the '30s.
Wertmuller, who used to work for Fellini and who also
directed THE SEDUCTION OF MINI, makes this moves
fast and funny. "Extravacant and operatic"-The New
Yorker. Italian and Enclish Subtitles.
The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative is takmng applications for
student members until April 9. Forms available at ticket
desk.

25F4081

TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
Kepunching. Notary Service.
THE SECRETARIAT
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street?
10 a.m. to 10 p m. 994-3594
HELP WANTED

MARTIN SALE now in progress.
Get yours at a discount price. See
Don, Apollo Music Center. 323 S
Main cXtc
HERNANDIS GUITARS, classical
and steel. 40 percent list. 665-7348.
cXtc
k-A- AT-- T r x i rncr

PLEASANT, fairly attractive male WE'VE GOT THE PHOTOS you'll
seeks some wild times and meaning- want. Buy a Michiganensian, U-M's
ful relationships, in either ordtr. Year in -Review from Karl at the
Write Box 333, Michigan Daily. Student Publications Bldg.
dF411 dF417
4

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3

J.G -They were beautiful
smelled sooooo good! You
spontaneous! What next, I
Me
X RAPdt Serv.+#
Thrns awar a
*** v""o""*

and
can be
wonder?r
dF407

On Epic Records and Tapes:e
IV"EPIC,- MARCA REG V 1976 CBS iNG

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MARTIN SALE now in progress.
EXPERIENCED conscientious bi- Get yours at adiscount price. Seek
cycle mechanic. For appointment. Don, Apollo Music Center, 323 S
call 663-2233. 15H417 Main. cXtc
RACKHAM Student Government is REPAIR, adjustment and restora-
now screening applicants for the tion of all string instruments.
position of administrative assistant. Quality work, completely guaran-
To apply call 763-5271. 12H414 teed. Great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.
SMain. 994-4964. eXic
TEACHERS at all levels; Foreign
and Domestic Teachers, Box 1063,: WANTED TO BUY
Vancouver, Washington 98660.
33H410 3 OR 10-SPEED BICYCLE, with 24
__ o- ----- - r 26-inch frame. Call Jim, 994-
SUMMER JOBS 5521.eritet.25
WANTED-Used17" and 19" Color

APRIL II
II-5
ANN ARBOR'
ART ASSOCIATION
117 W. LIBERTY

0

p-PALM
"SUNDAY
POT SALE

How would
Youi like
to sign
the work
you do?
It's a shame that most of us
don't get to sign our work.
Because we'd probably do it
better. Just out of pride.
And that could mean better
products and services
for everybody. So, even if you
don't have to sign your work,
do the kind of work you'd
be proud to put your name on.
America. It only works
} as well as we do.
+k. N+ , C.m w i ... - flhndikrl. W.1.M , eO

Earn up to $4,000 in Summer TV sets. 994-8011 22K417
On-campus interviews April 12 - a t -- -
at 2 &nd 4 p.m. T RAVEL
Location: 3200 SAB
Third Floor
Subsidiary of Alcoa 28H412 EUROPEAN
PROCES cHer -CARTERF FLIGHTS
PROCESS camera operator. Knowl-
edge of general printing procedures Midwest's Larget Selection
helpul Pull-time, wages open. 994- U.S. and Canadian Charters
4864. cR410 ! 10 days to 9 months duration
Call GREAT PLACES, 769-1776
HELP WANTED - The University; cPtc
Ollar will be taking applications !
on April. 5-12 for Fall Book Rush PERSONAL
1976. Further information and/or-
application may be obtained at Info RK--THE BEST IN HAIR
Dealt in rear 'of Cellar, basement of
Michigan Union. M-F 9-5, Sat. 10-5, GROOMING PRODUCTS.
Sum. 12-5. 77H411 U-M STYLISTS at the Union
COUNSELORS for Rhanana Day . cF409
Camp. June 25, July 26 Experience - --
In Jowish educational and camp set-
tings. Applications from C. Hoffer, Fodor Travel Guides
1508 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.
78H0713 1976-77 EDITIONS

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W.C. FIELDS in 1940
THE BANK DICK
Egbert Souse, a henpecked family man with no visible means of support,
accidently stops a hold-up man and gets a job as a bank guard in return.
Somewhere during the course of his duties, he ends up directing a film
in one of the funniest parodies of Hollywood in movies.
SAT.: Mae West & Cary Grant in
SHE DONE HIM WRONG
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT OLD ARCH. AUD.
AT 7 & 9:45 Admission $1.25

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UM Gilbert & Sullivan Society
proudly presentsj
RUDDIGORE
APRIL 14-17
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
BOX OFFICE OPEN APRIL 11, call 763-1085

$250/WEEK
Fulitime or parttime Go-Go dancers
-minimum pay $250/wk. Also cock-
tail waitresses and waiters 7 p.m.-
2 a.m Monday-Saturday. Call 313-
426-3917 between 9 a m. and 4 p.m.
57H1417
PROCESS CAMERA OPERATOR.
Knowledge of general printing pro-
cedures helpfui. Full-time wages

25% off
AT
~ enticore
Bookshops
1229 S. University &
336 Maynard

open. 994-4664 cH410
TICETS Canterbury House "Healing" Series
WANTED: Two excellent main floor-
tickets to Sunday's Vladimir Horo- F RI DAY, Apil 9, 1976
witz concert. Will pay $30.00 plus
two $10.00 stage seat tickets. Call
after 11 p., 994-0171. 31Q410 PHY CHIC HEALING AND
:How To Do WEST ERN IEDICINE"s
Your Own
SEDER: JOAN PRIESTLY
A WORKSHOP 8:00 HERB TEA, 8:30 DISCUSSION at
12:00 Noon (1INTEHBUBY HOUSE
Sunday, April11
at HILLEL 218 N. DIVISION STREET
1429 Hill St. corner of Catherine and Division

It s easy-when you finish with your books, you trade them in for cash!
Then head out and get yourself a new set of wheels.
Whether it's enough for an old beater or a brand new 1 0-speed depends on
how many books you've got to sell, what condition they're in, and whether
or not they'll be used again next term.
Whateveryou want to use the money o twl suebeatjust letting them
'lie around collecting dust. So bring your'books over to the professional
book buyers at the bookstore now, while your book is worth the
most it will ever be.
Wait too long and chances are your books won't be worth a bicycle pump.

John Simon
Drama Critic
The Hudson Review
The New Leader
Film Critic M
New York Magazine

The
Hopwood
Awards for
1976
Will be announced
wnnoee, Anvil 1A

1 them for cash at

Author of

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SINGULARITIES:
Essay on the Theater,
1964-1974

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