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Wednesday, May 8, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
CYCLE Insurance. Immediate cover-
age. Low rates. Just call Renwick,
Grimes, and Adams Insurance. 437-
1708 South Lyon. ctc
BUSINESS SERVICES
IF YOU'RE a tenant of Daniel Kap-
Ian and wish to help another tenant
please call Lisa, 6653590, 6620191.
83J506
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
944-3549, 10 a.m.-io p.m. cJtc
TYPING-769-2645, anytime. cJtc
TRAVEL
EUROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA
Travel discounts year round
Int'l. Student Travel Center
739 Boylston St. Sfte 113
Boston, Tel. (617) 267-1122
66AA9S4
MISCELLANEOUS
TYPING term papers, theses, etc.
Will proofread and edit grammar,
etc. Aimo keypunch -format, prices
vary with difficulty. Call 769-3348 or
662-5388 evenings. ctc
Mt PIN BOWLING-
U-M UNION
WIN A FREE GAME
11 AM-12 MID
cM59
SAILING CLUB
MASS MEETING
THURS., MAY 9
170 Physics & Astro
84M506
OPEN TONIGHT
Til 1 A.M.
UNION LANES
eM511
PERSONAL --
FREE ROOM and/or board for per-
sons willing to do domestic chores.
Call Denny, 769-4132. 99F511
MAGIC CLOWNS.
ENTERTAIN CHILDREN
662-3700 or 1-356-5112
cF622
LET :ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
exper help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs lesa. Over 5,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond
1209 S. University. 663-7151. ctc
PLEASE TAKE 2 new imported ten-
speed bikes off my hands. Truck on
over to Pinball Wizards, 529 N. Cross
and beat a few of us at foosball.
Call 487-9724 for info. 19F508
MALE SUBJECTS wanted for 1-hour
experiment about negotiating.
Above-average pay. Call 764-0259 to-
day 1-4 p.m. for appointment.
14F58
GOING TO EUROPE or applying to
that great lob and need pictures?
Then come o the Michigan Daily
this and every Monday evening from
7:30-8 for fast and reasonable serv-
ice. Ask for Tom. dF51l
TENNIS LESSONS
Former U-M player. Individual or
group. Fourth year in Ann Arbor.
663-6720. cF626
WOMEN half price May-June. SAT-
URDAY NIGHT INSURANCE. 66-
1392. crte
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES & OFFSET
ctc
LET US fill your next prescription.
The Village Apothecary. ctc
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publcaion (4 p.m. Fri. for
Sun.) including corrections and
cancellations. The Daily is not
responsible for more than one
incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisemns may be removed
from publication but will be
Illed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable o ads requiring
pre-payment, I.e. no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.

Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed, or national origin to
any extent (I.e. -preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
far 3 da-a.

PERSONAL
TYPING--769-2645, anytime.

eFtc

Art Worlds
668-6244
2131/2 S. Main
REGISTER NOW
Workshops Starting:
FINE ARTS AND CRAFTS:
Painting 5/14
Bamboo Flute Making 5/21
Basic and Life Drawing 5/14
Basket Weaving (Ethiopian) 5/13
Cartooning 6/1
Glass Blowing 5/14
Household Repair Clinic 5/13
Primitive Weaving 5/15
Sculpture 5/14
Stained Glass Art 6/5
Watercolor Painting 5/14
Woodcarving 5/13
Stained Glass Seminar 5/19
THEATRE AND MUSIC:
Introduction to Mime 5/29
Advanced Mime 5/30
Mime for Children 6/1
MagicSrminnr 6/i & 2
Recorder Consort 5/13
Rhythm Bones 5/15
COMMUNICATION ARTS:
Multi-media source deveopment
5/16
Poetry Workshop 5/13
Talking is an Art 5/16
DANCE:
Ballet 5/14 & 16
Belly Dance 5/14 and 6/24
Creative Dance 5/14
Dance Theatre 5/15
Hawaiian Dance 5/18
Modern Dance 5/15
Pre-classical Dance 6/20
Tap Dance 5/15
MODELING:
Introduction to Modeling 5/13
MENTAL & PHYSICAL ARTS:
T'ai Chi and Ch"uan 5/21
Hatha Yoga 5/13
Yoga for Lunch 6/6
Yoga of Photography 6/5 (free)
Astrology Chart Casting 5/18 & 19
Fundamentals of Astrology 5/12
Techniques of Psychic Awareness
5/12
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Intro to Photography 5/8 and 6/15
Photography I 5/11
Darkroom I 5/14 & 15
Darkroom 11 5/10
Special Darkroom Techs 6/13
Nature Photography 5/18
Matting and Mounting 6/6
Scientific & Product Photo 5/14
Applied Photo/Photo Journalism
5/29
Studio Techniques 5/15
Figure Photography 6/8 & 6/11
Advanced Figure 5/12 & 6/1
Photoscreen Printing 6/15 & 22
Darkroom Rental $2/hr.
cF510
Clssfed

PERSONAL
INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION of
Truth. Bahali Faith. 764-9868. Infor-
mal explanations and discussions
whenever you like. 19F511
WANTED: For selling new books at
25 percent off (and used books more
cheaply too), David's Books. 209 P.
State. 663-8441. 30F508
INDEPENDENT investigation of
Truth. Baha'i Faith. 764-9868. In-
formal explanations and discussions
whenever you like. 19F511
MIXED LEAGUE BOWLING
Sign up nowl
U-M UNION LANES
cF511
I'D LIKE to talk with men/women
students (pref. junior & up) whose
attitudes toward relationships have
changed significantly in the last
few years, particularly where the
women's movement has had an ef-
mect. Could be careers, marriage,
kids, sex, permanence, role changes.
Would only take an hour and is in
conjunction with piece I'm writing
on this subject. If you'd be willing
to talk or want more info, call Tony
662-9424 before noon or around
i:OOish dF511
A Good Place
U-M Stylists
at the Union
cF510
University of
California,
Santa Cruz
Siruner
Lang uage
Institute
Offers intensive eight-week
Programs is
Beginning CHINESE
Beginning and
Intermediate FRENCH
Beginning and
Intermediate GERMAN
Beginning and
Advanced RUSSIAN
Beginning and
Intermediate SPANISH
June 24 - August 16, 1974
(eight weeks)
Up to 15 quarter units
University credit
Tuition $340
Deadline May 15th
Telephone: (408) 429-2952
For information about this
program write to:
George M. Benigsen,
Coordinator
Summer Language Institute
University of California
Santa Crux, CA 95064

PEk"ONAL
ANN ARBOR SUN classified ads get
results: cheapest rates in town. 5c
word, $1 minimum. Call 761-7148.
01F514
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
YOU TWO can choose your wedding
invitations and accessories in pri-
vate and at your convenience. Sam-
ples delivered. lWnest quality at best
prices. Call 769-6815 during morning
hours. F4
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal
design made by Jhan 769-7550. rFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085 cFtc

PERSONAL
PLEASE take 2 new imported ten-
speed bikes off my hands. Truck on
over to Pinball Wizards, 529 N.
Cross and beat a few of us at foos-
ball. Call 487-9724 for info. 19F58
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
PIPE SMOKERSI Handcrofted meer-
schaum pipes. Exceptional values
and the most personalized of serv-
ice. Free Catalog. PMP Co., P.O. Box
444., Gaithersburg, Md. 20760. 66Fte
PINBALL
-1217
S. UNIVERSITY
ePtc

Group~lute Lessons
Beginners can take advantage of our
6 week group flute course ..
only $12.00
Private Instruction Available
For enrollment, call:
336 S. STATE - 769-4980
9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
AIKWOJ
MARTIAL ART OF SELF DEFENSE
Demonstration by TAKASHI KUSHIDA, 7th dan
Sponsored by Aikido Association of the
University of Michigan
THURSDAY 9 MAY-3:30
IM BIdg.-Wrestling Room
CALL DAVE DANKOVIC FOR
FURTHER INFO: 763-0768
Aikido is 'a Japanese art of self-defense that is based on non-
resistance rather than strength. An attack Is never stopped; it
Is met and guided in a way that causes the attacker to be thrown
by the force of his own attack.
In addition to throws, Aikido also employs a number of wrist
techniques. Although these techniques are extremely painful
and can drive an aggressor to the ground immediately, they are
not designed to break bones or cause injury. For this reason,
Aikido can be said to be a 'kind' form of self-defense.
The word aikido means "method, or way (do) for the Coordina-
tion, or Harmony (a) of Mental Energy, or Spirit (ki)." Akido
is then harmony of the mind and of the body.
We need not struggle against an opponent's strength. If we lead
his mind, his body will follow. However, to lead an opponent's
mind the Aikidoist must be calm and relaxed and in control of
his own mind and body. One of the most valuable aspects of
Aikido is that it trains its students to be relaxed and in harmony
with themselves and with others. These are things which can be
carried into our daily lives and can help us to be better and more
effective people.
PROJECT OUTREACH
PSYCHOLOGY 201 1-2 Credit Hours
WHAT? Mass Meeting
WHEN? Thurs., May 9
TIME? 7:30 P.M.
WHERE? Aud. A, Angell Hell
EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING
IN 16 INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS
1) CMH Develop- 9) State Forensic
ment Center Unit
2) Citizens Against 10) Schools Project
Recidivism
3) ChildCare 1 1) T-Groups
Action Center 12) Project
4) Community Transition
Switchboard 13) Women's
Project Crisis Center
5) Drop in Center 14) Yorkwoods
for Retarded
Adults 15) Ypsilanti State
6) Maxey Boys Hospital
Training School 16) Association for
7) Northville State Children with
Hospital Social and
8) Political Learning
Perspectives Difficulties
HELP OTHERS HELP THEMSELVES

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