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Wednesday, June 5, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Daily Classilieds

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM, possibly board, in large
familyh house near campus in re-
turn for light housework and/or
babysitting (boy 10, girl 5) 4-6 p.m.
weekdays and babyittng two eve-
nings. Graduate or other mature
student with liking for children
preferred, references required. Pref-
erence given to person prepared to
move in now, stay through Christ-
mas or longer. Tel.: 764-0360 days
only. 55E608
WANTED TO RENT
LOOKING FOR NICE ROOM (big
enough for doing art). For Fall but
willing to sublet to secure place-
efficiency, friendly house, rooming
touse, apartment in house. Call
Kerry, 761-6084. 89L608
FEMALE MED student wants own
room in female or co-ed house or
apt. Prefer non-smokers, 662-6036.
DPNDALE PH.D. student look-
ing for quiet, furnished living quar-
ters from July 1974-June 1975. Pre-
fer efficiency or large house with
kitchen privileges ($120/mo. limit).
Willing to perform routine main-
tenance on premises to defray part
of housing costs. Have own trans-
portation. References available. Call:
94-3625 after 7:00 p.m. 471L608
SINGLE MOTHER, U-M gra stu-
dent needs 2-3 bdm. unfurnished
gipt or townhouse with equipped
kitchen by Aug. 24. Prefer near
gcace school nd shopping Good
referenes. Call collect, ate eve-
nings PERSISTENTLY 1-513-731-
1021 dL
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED-Cooks, waitrees,
waiters, bartender and bus per-
sonnel. Inquire: Black Sheep Tav-
ern, Manchester, Mich. 428-7303 or
428-8921. 49H1608
LIVE-IN SITTER for Summer - 2
boes, 8 and 11; own room, pleasant
siuation, room and board plus.
Burns Park area. Call for details:
Sn d662 5-18) cStve (764-41)
days, (62-00) ght, 46a
Personnel /Clerk
$120
0ree Jo! Work for personnel direc-
or of mediumi vie area firm. Work
% 0h emnloyee relations, payroll,
work trssogn ets rmpoee files.
:1,:'seets limited typing but vet
4ste a good i ypist. shone work
NedI reponsible oct-going person.
7 peron office. newly remodeled
and very pleasant Full-benefits and
merit salar reviews Call Claudia
Caoell CAREER WORLD.- 38000
P-ktrd, 973-0550O 65H060
PART TIE EMPLOYMENT Eccel-
n Ity for time invested. Open-
S avilblecfor:Omcnandwomen
,j)0t: ccc 3tvetersns may qualify
4i 05 o r45 e of ce. Many skilled
ch ~ri-lld p:stovaorilotlec
alheeAss ArorNation n cGuard
Aror 66020490 001 .: 00 pm
1:.June 3rd-14t. 591614
P oTcER Distribution for Summer
0: hourly salary plus comp.
S Call Lynn Jackson 9-5 764-
VTERANS Earn $50 to $100 per
weekend Call the Ann Arbor Na-
tiona Durd Amor,62-0490 9:00
,n-90 00 ccc daily. Jne 3rd-4th.
62H614
Secretary
Steno
To 6,000
We need a high quality, truly pro-
feional person for acareer post-
tion in the medical field. Be the
dtoor's right hand and work di-
reotly with him in ptient care.
Mdical experience not required.
but professional typing, dictation
ad office technique a must. Merit
caise in 60-90 days. If you wnt a
real creer in the secetril po-
frssion and want to get involved
'l Claudia Campbell CAREER
WORLD, 3800 Packard. 973-0550.
631H606
lA7Z SINGER needs accompanist.
(all 764-7465, 3-5 p.m. Chris. dH
HE UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be
Orcepting applications for Fall Book
Rsh 1974 June 3 thru June 8.
Please apply between 10-3 at the
sio Desk in the rear of the
Cellar, basement Michigan Union.
21H60
REGISTERED UMPIRES wanted for
the Chelsea summer recreation base-
tall program. Call 475-8816. 09H522
JESK CLERK wanted full or prt-
1me. 21, , S. Fourth Avenue.
551605
ALTERATIONS

Sophie,
Sopiewas faced with a uniqt-
Probtle -herself. Ste solved it by
B i-kly and quietly turning around
, d noticing that she wasn't there.
After this happy discovery, she re-
sumed doing her hairy toes. dP

PHOTO SUPPLIES
NIKKORMAT FTN, Micro-Nikkor,
105 Nikkor, Flash, Filters, Case, etc.
994-5138 or 668-8634. 18D606
PETS AND SUPPLIES
LOVING PERSON needed for ador-
able 7 mon. old puppy. Call after
7-763-6899. 06T605
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSEPAINTING (exterior) stu-
dents, experienced, reliable, inex-
pensive. 665-9862. Free estimates.
76J611
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
994-3594, 10 am.-10 p.m. cJtc
INTENSIVE PIANO instruction-all
levels. David " Brassfield. For inter-
view call 663-5284. 10J529
WANTED TO BUY
OLD PSYCH PAPERS wanted. Orig-
inal returned. Will pay. 761-9481.
64K607
FOR SALE
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE, 15-year col-
lection. Excellent condition. Best
offer. Write Box 17, Michigan Daily.
68B611
FURNITURE for sale, good condi-
tion. Couch, table, chairs, book-
cases. Available June 20. Cal 663-
4367. _48B612
3 GOODYEAR POLYGLAS H 70-14
CUSTOM WIDE TREAD TIRES. One
brand new, 2 used. All for $45. Call
662-4736. dB
'67 VW Bug, luw mileage, good mile-
age. Bike. 769-0729. 79B605
KING SIZE waterbed, purple velvet
frame. $50. 761-1734. 240605
SUNFISH. Very good condition.
761-5679. 83B107
CAR SERVICE, ACCES.
3 GOODYEAR POLYGLAS H 70-14
CUSTOM WIDE TREAD TIRES. One
brad n w 2 us eAll fo $45. C al
662-4736 dS
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BICYCLES for sale-Schwirn Var-
sity, mint condition, one 29", one
27", men's bikes with locks, chains,
lights. $135 each. Phone 761-2842
persistently. 88Z608
SUMMER SALE-Light, quality 10-
speeds. Save 15-20", in box or
assembled. 1-291-6802. 74Z618

LOST AND FOUND
REWARD-Black Lab, male, 2 yrs.
old, lost near Division & Hoover
Sunday afternoon. He wears choker
chain with 1973 license tag. Call
Noel, 665-9358 or 994-0503. 40A606
LOST-5 month old white Musky
mix female puppy. Affectionate,
with chain collar, Hill and State
area. Call 769-8489, 19A601
, MISCELLANEOUS
MOVING SALE-Desks, bookshelves,
portable stereo, easy chair, much
more. 769-4085 eves. 84M608
PINBALL MACHINE for sile. 761-
1932. cM607
TYPING term papers, theses, eto.
Will proofread and edit grammar,
etc. Also keypunch *format, prices
vary with difficulty. Call 769-3348 or
662-5388 evenings, eMtc
TRAVEL
NAIROBI, KENYA
SUMMER, 1974
A Safari Through East
Africa's Nistory snot
Changing Geography
5-Week Study Course
University of Nairobi
Plus Actual Field Study.
Up to 6 Academic Credits
July 17-Aug. 21
CONTACT:
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85AA
DIJON, FRANCE
SUMMER STUDY 1974
University of Dijon
July 3-August 9
4-6 Weeks of Academic Study
and Travel With Credit
Theatre & Cinema Festival,
Country Excursions, Tennis,
Swimming, Canoeing Also.
CONTACT:
Center for Poelg Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85AA
VIENNA
STUDY/TRAVEL 1974
4-Wk Course-German Language,
Civilization and Cuiture.
July 8-Aug. a
University of Vienna
U.M. Professor Tom Nadar-Advisor
Up to 5 Hours Academic Credit
Contact:
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85AA
PEkSONAL

PERSONAL
SUMMER 1974
SalamanCa, Spain
Spanish Language & Culture
4-6 Weeks of Study and
Academic Excursions at the,
Noted Universidad de Salamanca
July 1-August 14
Up to 8 hours academic credit
Homestays-available, Special
Excursionsa nd Weekly Activities.
CONTACT;
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85F
AFTER ONE YEAR of teaching, it
looks like a lonely summer in Ann
Arbor. Looking for people and/or
ideas to solve this. Especially inter-
ested in meeting a woman for a
loving, growing relationship. I en-
Joy music, outdoors (would like to
find someone who might like to go
canoeing near here), animals, travel
and reading. Call Ron, 663-9681,
39F605
BE HAPPIER!
SCientology Works
DON'T LET LIFE HANDLE YOU,
SEE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR OUR
COMMUNICATION COURSE, 668-
6113.
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy, cFtc
NICE, FRANCE
Summer 1974
University of Nice
4-8 wks of Study and Travel
with Academic Credit.
July 1-Aug. 23
Museums, Theatres, Concerts,
Special Excursions, Swimming,
Boating, Mountain Climbing-
Plus Annual Fairs at Festivals.
Contact:
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85F
NEEDED for Companionship-Culti-
vated woman who likes music, his-
tory, Italian food, Irish coffee. 769-
1293 52F608
EVERY DAY IS RING DAY at the
Michigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand
on the first floor. cFtc
GRAD student would like to meet
WARM, sensitive, wholesome, young
woman with strong sense of human
values. To share things. P. O Box
509, Ann Arbor 48107. 44F611
GET WITH IT!
Bowl at
the Union
cF606
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES & OFFSET
cFtc
A GOOD WAY TO RELAX
U-M STYLISTS AT THE UNION
cF606
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP

PERSONAL
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,008
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University. 663-7151. cFtec
JUNE BRIDES (and others): Choose
your wedding invitations and acces-
sories in private and at your con-
ventence. Samples delivered. Finest
quality at best prices. Call 769-6815
during morning hours. F4
"lAP""AD
P=''"{A .TALY
JUL, 1-AUGUJ0T w
.-ped 1ts & History of Art
ar0 Calian Langscee.
4-6 Weeks at Pietro Vannucci
Academy of Fine Arts and the
Italian UnIv. Ifor Foreigners.
Contact:
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-waiti MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFte
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. 663-
1392. oFc
PIPE SMOKERS: Handcrafted meer-
schaum pipes. Exceptional values
and the most personalized of serv-
ice, Free Catalog. PP Co., P.O. Box
444., Gaithersburg, Md. 20760, 66Ftc
YOU TWO can choose your wedding
invitations and accessories In pri-
vate and at your convenience. Sam-
ples delivered. Fnest quality at best
prices. Call 769-6815 during morning
hours, F4
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox, Typing,
Wedding and Social Announcements
214 S. 4th Av.-994-4664
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.AT., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085 eptc
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal
design made by Jhan 769-7550. cFtc
85F
PARIS '74
A SUMMER
TO REMEMBER
4-6 Weeks of Study and Travel
University of Paris-The Sobonne
July 1-Augoust 9
Earn Up to 0 Hrs. Academic Credit
CONTACT:
Center for Foreign Study
216 South State Street
(above Marti Walker)
662-5575
85F

WANTED--25" 10-speed or parts to
build own. Bruce, 761-4281, dinner- WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mad. or
bildewt.467-21d 7- ctraditional style. Call 761-0942 any-
time bcst 46Z60 time. cFtc
FOR SALE-I year old 24" Schwinn UPTIGHT?-Use whirlpool. Angela
Continental 10-speed in good riding massages muscles. Exclusive, inex-
condition. $100 or best offer. Call pensive. 971-6867. cF823
665-3551 after 5 p.m. 141665
Children love BILLY THE CLOWN.
COMPLETE BICYCLE repair shop. Entertainment, magic, balloon ani-
Full line of 10-speed bikes for sale. mals. 662-3700 or 1-356-5112. cFtc
TEE & SKI, 2455 S. State, 662-7307.
23Z614 3 GOODYEAR POLYGLAS H 70-14
CUSTOM WIDE TREAD TIRES. One
CYCLE Insurance. Immediate cover- brand new, 2 used. All for $45. Call
age. Low rates. Just call Renwick, 662-4736. dF
Grimes, and Adams Insurance. 437-
1708 Soiith Lyon. cZtc BARCELONA, SPAIN
AN EXPERIENCE
USED CARS TO REMEMBER
W UGk Summe Study Course
some rust. $745. 764-9365 days, 971- - July 31-Aug. 28
1385 1-5. 82N607 Study/Tra vel with Credit
CONTACT :
1963 MERCURY Comet Clean, 48,000 Center for Foreign Study
miles. $250 663-0155. 39N606 216 South State Street
(aisMaci Waiker)

8SF
TOYOTA 85F"
CASH LET US fill your next prescription.
BRINGYOUR ITLE The Village Apothecary. cFtc
ORING YOUR TITLE-
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$ WILD WOMEN
1973 PINTO RUNABOUT, 4-speed
transmission, radial tires, radio, only WA
10.000 miles. Sale priced.'
1973 FIAT 124 Spider, 5-speed trans-
mission, one owner, low miles. Ex- -
cettent condition, immediate deliv- -shIOn
ery.
171- SPITFIRE. Red mats, radials,
25e n 95. Bachelor Party
1972 SPITFIRE. Brown. 4-speed,
radial clean. $2595.
:972 DATSUN 510 4-door sedan. 4- This SatUrday
speed. Perelli radials, sharp
1972 VOLKSWAGEN Si p e r b u g. Coll Pete at 769-3907
Bright orange finish, 4-speed, AM-
PM, like new. Priced to sell.5
1973 SUBARU GL coupe. Tach 4- 51F607
opred, radials, radio, accent stripec,
7700 miles, 6 month warranty, extra A GOOD LUCK
sharp FWD automobile.
1972 RX-2 MAZDA. Two door coupe,
one owner, 4-speed transmission, ra-
dio, white vinyl top, white interior, 2 fee p;am es of i'nball with this
silver blue finish, radial tires. Just :d. One ad per persos.
like new. Priced to sell at ... .$295 PINBALL ARCADE
'78 JAGUAR 6-cylinder, EKE coupe, 1 21 7 5. University
chrome wire wheels, 4-speed, British Mosq>r.-Thuors., 10-7 p.m.
mring green finish. A classic at (-F60
94995.. _F. .
(Spring ole now in progress on
all used Toyotas) Lmrd,
You coo's la-ine how hsari 15 5
T o P e getting peopla so stay to their
T1 y t-Peug asavigoed lottery positions for writ-
ing these things to you. Everybody
907 N. Ma in wants to get into the paper. Thankx
for your letter; look in your mail
769-7935 soonl
cNtc S.C.M.J.D.E. & Co. dF

THE JEWISH GRAD GROUP
SQUARE DANCE
Live Caller & Refreshments
SUNDAY, JUNE 9-8:00 P.M.
1429 HILL STREET
$1.00 Donation "BRING A FRIEND!"
- cx- .)
I'i LYAND
t WITH THANKS
4THAT IT IS AN
ASSOLUTELY
TERRIFIC MOVIE"
Jay Cocks
, $,
MKTE
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