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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 15, 1976

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FOR RENT
A BIG sleeping room, only for man,
on campus. No cooking. 663-5930.
9500121
SINGLE furnished room. 483-3795 or
482-7329. 27C115
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
APARTMENTS
Weekly housekeeping service, one
block from campus. Four month
winter lease. Rentals from $95/mon.
University Towers, 536 South Forest,
761-2680. 720117

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ROOM-Madison and Division. Big,
riuiet. $85/mo. Nick, 668-8132.
630120
AVAILABLE NOW-2 bedroom, 2
person apt. Furnished, A/C, laund.,
parking. Near campus. 8 mo. lease.
769-2982. 5400115
FREE JAN. RENT-Single $90, 4
bedroom house. Close to campus.
Call persistently, 769-7645. 6600117
PURNISHED SINGLE. Kitchen,
bathrooms, utilities, parking, $75;
female. 482-0343. 700118
SINGLES COED FRATERNITY
$90 on Cambridge
Jim 761-5857
5500120
ROOMS with kitchen. 8-month
lease, convenient location. Inquire
after 4, 995-7509, 761-0314 evenings.
9400116
TWO ROOMS in relaxed semi-coop-
erative household. Eight month
lease. $89/mo. 769-2919. 36C116
FEMALE NEEDED to complete 3
person apt., central campus. Modern
apt. $95/mo. 995-4696. 0900115
WOMAN WANTED to share modern
2-bedroom apartment near North
Campus. A/C, carpeted, dishwasher,
swimming pool, tennis court. Feb.
through Aug. Rent negotiable. Call
Jane, 994-0515 after 5 p.m. 280115
UNFURNISHED 2-bdrm. apartment.
$215. Near campus. Maiden Lane.
763-6039. 26C118

EFFICIENCY on campus. Sharp,!
newly furnished, very quiet build-
ing. For serious, responsible older
woman or grad student. $160 plus
utilities., 8-mo. lease. A landlord
who cares. 665-0396. 250116
2-BEDROOM, couple, working or!
grad. Pay cooking gas. Unfurnished.
Above Co-op. 917 Packard, $225. 662-
0187. No pets. 23C116
OWN ROOM for Grad/wkg. person
(F/M) in Unfurnished Apt. Share
with female Grad student. Very
close to Med Center. A/C, swimming
pool. Call 761-7941. C
FEMALE WANTED for own room
in apt. Fireplace, picture window,
$85/mon. 995-5807. 07C115

SANS SOUC I
(across from U-M Stadium)
Furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
ments. Parking available. Buses to
and from campus every ',z hour.
See manager at Apt. K-1 or call:
994-3955

EFFICIENCY on campus: Large
modern, furnished $180. 418 E. Wash-
ington. Call 668-6906 or 663-3641.
cCtc
WANTED TO RENT
TWO GRAD WOMEN want room in
house. Call Mary, 665-6082 or Nina,
662-3726. 24L117
REWARD offered leading to the
rental of an acceptable (4-6 bdrm)
house for Fall 1976. Mark, 994-6174.
46L118
TRANSPORTATION
WILL PAY $$ to ride with anyone
going to Dan Fogelberg Sunday.
Sue, 769-4670. 39G0115
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE CAT. Friendly and trained.
764-5854. dT01l6

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HOSPITAL LOCATION, large, fur-
nished efficiency. $190/mon.7Call
769-3639. 750111

MEDICAL TYPIST, part-time, flex-
ible hours, evenings, weekends. Ex-!
cellent typing skils. Suitable Nat-
Sci or Pre-Med major. Karen, 764-
0274. 60H116
FIGURE MODEL- part time-wages
negotiable. Hours flexible. Write Box1
5, Michigan Daily. 62H116
DELIVER benefit tickets for Ann
Arbor Optimist Club, salary and car
expenses, pay daily, must have de--
pendable car, and know the Ann Ar-
bor area. Come to the Club office
at 736 Packard, Rm. 200. 69H116
ACTORS
Several actors needed for fifty two-
hour sessions of a sociology experi-
ment over the next year. $15-$20/
session. Call Pam Hume, 764-7487.
56H0118
KITCHEN HELP needed. Good food,
flexible hours. Call 761-9596. 900115-
LUNCH HELP wanted - Exchange
for meals immediately. Call Rick,
761-6281. 8600122t
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. 511118
SALES PERSON WANTED. $50/wk.
and 20% commission. Call 994-0627.
36H0116
CHEMISTRY STUDENT, part-time
for consulting work. Jean Criteen-
den. Ultraspherics. 665-3701. 25H1117
CREATIVE BABYSITTER
For professor's small children, 5
days/week, 8:30-4. Must have town
transportation, references. 761-8477
after 4 p.m. 28H1117
ROOMMATES
OWN ROOM in apt., house on Hill.
$83/mo. till July. Bill, 995-0931,
mornings. 30Y116
MALE TO share bedroom in 3-
man apartment, modern, near cam-
pus, ..65/mo. Cal 995-5418. 83Y0115
LARGE ROOM available in three
bedroom co-ed cooperative house
near campus. $93.75. 665-6212.
53Y0115
FEMALE looking for roommate, 1-
bedroom, bath, kitchen, large living
room. Carpeted. $97.50/mo. plus util-
ities. Cali 995-9781, 1309 South Uni-
versity, Apt. 8. 45Y0116
MALE NEEDED for 4 man apt. Ex-
cellent location. 663-9654. 51Y0114
SUBLET
Efficiency close to campus, $150/mo.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 995-2176,
5-7 p.m. 42U0116
FEMALE TO SHARE 2 bedroom
apartment. Low rent. Close to Med/
Central campus. 761-1003. 47U0115
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: A gold 2-ring clip-on ear-
ring with blue stones. See lady jani-
tor, 3rd floor Angell Hall. 68A117
BUSINESS SERVICES
I AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
365-0166. cJtc
2 GRAD WOMEN want room in
house. Call Mary, 665-6082, or Nina,
662-3726. 24L115
BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761-
9431 and 487-5526. cJtc
IKE'S MINI-MOVER
Want to move in a hurry? Truck
available for small moving within
25 miles. 973-0763. 78J0131
EDITORIAL SERVICES
Highest references 769-2931
05J131
TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
Keypunching, Notary Service.
THE SECRETARIAT
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
All electric Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RE-
SUMES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
cJtc
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
Paste this inside
your medicine cabinet.

Cancers. 1
seven warning'
signals'
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PHOTO SUPPLIES
PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES-Basic &
Advanced. Private instruction. Be-
ginning soon. Call 995-4384. 64D117
TRAVEL
DENVER, NEWARK - Take your
pick. Group air fare rates sponsored
with a travel agency. Call 763-2605
after 11:00 P.M. Ask for Jeff.
dP117
BAHAMA ISLANDS, $229. One full
week in Freeport, March 6-13, Spring.
Break. Call Pete Savoie, 764-0845.
31P125
FOR SALE
10-SPEED FUJI, hardly ridden; 3
prs. ice skates, excellent condition;
unused soft top for 1974 VW
"Thing"; 663-1846. 52B0117
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA -
15th edition. 663-2786. dB120
USED FURNITURE and junk sale.
Beds, lamps, chairs, desks carpet-
ing, etc. Michigan Union, base-
ment, entrance at dock, 12-5 p.m.,
Mon.-Fri. Cash only and remove.
cB0118
'63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT, Auto
Slant 6, $200. Call 761-7192 between
5 and 6. 37B118
CAMERA EQUIPMENT and Stereo
equipment for sale. Call 995-4884.
35B118
DIAMOND RING, size 61%. Top qua-
lity. Legally appraised at $365. Price
negotiable. 995-2308. 34B121
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men and
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
IUXEDO, black, double-breasted,
Size 36, worn twice. 662-4664.
57B121
MISCELLANEOUS
PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
begins Monday, Jan. 19, Room 3080
E.E. at 7-9:30 p.m. Twelve Mon.
night sessions. $35 course fee in-
cludes text. Sponsored by UM Flyers.
77M122
INSTRUMENT PILOT GROUND
SCHOOL begins Tues., Jan. 20,
Room 3080 E.E., 7-9:30 p.m. 16 Tues.
and Thurs. night sessions. $45
course fee includes text. Sponsored
by UM Flyers. 76M122
LOOKING for good quality hand-
crafted items to be sold on con-
signment, Northville area. 1-349-
3662 between 12-6. 80M0115

GAMES COFFEE HOUSE. We provide
the place and coffee, you provide
the entertainment. Thursday, Jan.
15, Hille, 8:00 p.m. 72F115
MARGABEISH:
Isn't 21 a Lucky number?
It is for us 'cause we know You!
Happy, Happy, Happy, Happy Year
dF115I
WHERE CAN YOU FIND DALI,f
ESCHER AND PICASSO ON CAM-j
PUS? IN THE FISHBOWL! ARTI
PRINT SALE FOR CHILD CARE;p
TODAY! 71F115I
SINGLES WORKSHOP
For 5 men, 5 women-assertiveness
training in man-woman relations,
Jan. 23-25. Bob, Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 48F122
MINOR HEALTH PROBLEMS? Con-
sult our pharmacist. Village Apothe-
cary. 1112 So. University. cF129
KAY SANDRA is missing. Informa-
tion is desired concerning her
whereabouts, especially if anyone
saw her follow a white rabbit into
a hole and where she can be found
underground. Write Michigan Daily
Box 4. 47F0114
NEEDED: House for 6-7 people for
next year. Will pay $25 for first
claim on your lease. Please call im-
mediately and persistently. 995-
4864. 49F116
NEXT WEEK WEDNESDAY 3-5 p.m.
and 6:30-8:30 p.m. A chance to be a
better hustler. Free instructions
pocket billiards. Michigan Union.
cFvo6
DEAR ROBERTA with the many
propensities whom I spoke with on
the Diag last Friday. Would you
like to continue our conversation?
Please call Hero, 761-3296. 33F116
MODERN GREEK: Learn and enjoy.
Original method. Isidoros: 662-2801.
38F120
SRF YOGA MEDITATION
8 week class, no experience neces-
sary. Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m. 420. Call
769-1526. 17F121
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES, sign
up now. Michigan Union Lanes.
cF0115
ACU-I Duplicate Bridge tournament
Thursday, 7 p.m. $1 entry fee. Cre-
dit for master points. Singles or
whatever. Michigan Union Assembly
Hall. cFO1lS
EXERCISE HOUR Tues. and Thurs.,
12-1 at Sports Coliseum. ALL IN-
VITED!!! Ftc
EXERCISE HOUR Mon.-Thurs. 5:30-
6:30 at Sports Coliseum. ALL IN-
VITED!!! Ftc
DAYCARE: Openings for 2%-5 year
olds. Full-time. Corntree Co-op.
Call Lynda, 665-0606. 22F125
WANTED: Firsthand or informed
insights about GHANA. Call 763-
1062 before 5, or 769-0467 after 6.
16F0115
CHILDREN'S MORNING ACTIVI-
TIES-Burns Park, Mon.: 2%-3 yrs.,
Wed.: 4-6 yrs. Singing, painting, in-
vestigating, pretending, nutritious
snack. 3 hrs. $4.50. 761-7550. 91F117
ALL IN LOVE returns to Chances
Are Sunday, January 18th. Don't
miss 'em. 18F0118
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v 1 aor Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
CFtc
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. program, Univ. teach-
ing experience. $20. Call 662-8193
for readings, course outline.
44F115
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/
CREATIVE DANCE WORKSHOP
Friday eve.-Sat., Jan. 16-17. No ex-
perience necessary. Margaret & Bob
Blood. 769-0046. 81F0116
BARGAIN CORNER

PERSONAL

WE HAVE the latest in RK profes-
sional hair care products. U-M Styl-
ists at the Union. cF0116
TEXAS. Two pilots flying to Austin
on Jan. 20. Return Jan. 25. Looking
for two passengers to share expenses.
Cost: $95 round trip. Purpose: visit
U. of T. law school. Call Curt: 995-
3311. 64F116
CHESS-BRIDGE-BACKGAMMON.
The one place to find a game.
Games Coffee House, Hillel
Thursday, Jan. 15, 8:00 p.m.
73F115

PERSONAL
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
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT Directory,
Thousands of summer jobs in sum-
mer camps, resorts, national parks.
Send $3.00 to: Shaker Prairie Pub-
lications, Route 3, Carlisle In 47838.
42F0128

WE GIVE SUPER discounts on
quantity wine purchases. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET'
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
PINBALL & COFFEE
The Cross-Eyed Moose and Tommy's
Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy
free coffee every morning. cF116
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE - now
in progress. Sale began January 1
and will end December 31. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-
7151, cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox reductions, photostats,
% tones, typesetting and
much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151
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COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books-Class Notes-Papers-Resume
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%c per copy
211 S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc
Announcement
CFS Office of
Study Abroad 1976
Applications being accepted now.
Earn up to 8 credits.
USSR * Vienna * Paris 9 Dijon
0 Nairobi * Nice * Florence
9 Perugia * Israel Copenhagen
0 British Virgin Island 0 Geneva
0 Spain
From $890
including
round trip jet, tuition, room, board,
&ccredited 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)
626-5575
cFtc
FREE PINBALL
At the Cross-Eyed Moose
613 E. Liberty
Fri. 12:30-1 p.m. All you can play
cF115
COPIES - 2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
eFtc

PERSONAL
* 2 FREE GAMES *
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 S. University
1 ad per person
cFt
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-waitI MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
CFtc
Attention
Wanna have fun? You know, the
time of your life, the cherry on the
ice cream sundae, the cat's meow
and all that sort of stuff? Do you
wanna meet some really great peo-
ple, form weird friendships and peri-
odically become totally off-the-wall?
Well, if you do . . . have I got the
place for you! Work for the Daily.
It's a definite experience. dF117
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFto

BSR 510X, MIRACORD 630, both ex-
cellent condition, base, cover, car-
tridge. Call Bob, Charlie, 761-9447.
58X117
COPPER Slingerland Drums $500 w/
cymbals $600. Peter 995-9262. 61X118
DYNACO 120 amplifier, Electrovoice
speakers, Garrard turntable and
Scott tuner. Doug, 995-8817. 65X117
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
9241. eXtc
DREADNAUGHT GUITAR SALE.
Used guitars starting at $49.95. Ap-
0110 Music Center, 323 S. Main.
BANJO, copy Gibson Mastertone.
Mint condition. List $479, asking
$300. Call 665-9200 after 6 P.M.
43X117
EIARMON/KARDON receiver. Sony
tape deck w/Dolby audio-Q ten inch
3-way speakers. 995-5251. 40X119
NEW CITATION GUITAR: Damaged
in shipment. % Price. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main, Ann Arbor.
cXtc
REPAIR, adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments.
Quality work, completely guaran-
teed. Great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.
Main. 994-4964. cXtc
PA EQUIPMENT GBX, 2 cabinets
with 212's and horn, 6 channel head,
some accessories, $900. 995-0605.
05X115
SONY stereo systems, TV's at just
above wholesale prices. Write for
free catalogue and price list. Also
mention other brands interested in.
SIGHT & SOUND Elctronics, P.O.
Box 35, Ann Arbor, 48107. 76X0120
MARTIN D12-28 guitar, perfect con-
dition. 763-6269. 82X0115
NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos
from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761-
9430. cXtc
TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off,
must mention ad. See Don, Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430.
cXtc
USED CARS
MAKE BIG MONEY selling UM.
Yearbooks. Contact Michiganensian
at 420 Maynard or call 764-0561.
67N21
PERSONAL
IS THERE, in this vast university
community, at least one woman
who is over 30 years old, less than
3'3" tall, and blessed/cursed with
an IQ above 140, who would like to
meet a janitor in his mid-thirties
with a M.S. in computer science
(UM, 73) who cultivates his special
concern with philosophy of mind
during his leisure hours? . . . I
didn't think so. Well, anyway, you
radical pederasts, militant amphib-
ians, psych majors, and other as-
iorted craiies can voice your un-
welcome opinions of this ad by
calling 995-3665 and asking for Ted.
59F0117
YOU'VE GOTTA BELIEVE this is
a major sport. Ask Jim Rempe. Bil-

PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
cFta
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. cFto
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MOATS, DAT, and
LSSAT board. Call (313) 354-0085, lo-
cally 662-3149. cFt
"CADILLACS or Communes: Choos-
ing a Lifestyle" is the title of a
three-session workshop to be held
at Campus Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw,
on Thursdays, January 15, 22 and 29,
at 7:30 p.m. Featured will be the
film "Beyond the Next Harvest;" a
panel of Ann Arbor residents repre-
senting various Christian lifestyles;
and Dr. George Mavrodes of the U
of M Philosophy Dept. The public is
invited to come and discuss the im-
portant lifestyle choices we all must
make in the face of world poverty:
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