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Tuesday, July 23, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING & HAULING
Experienced, reasonable. 971-4585
eves. 20J
TUTORING, ER, Statistics, Math,
Computera. Call Walt, 769-2256. eJtc
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
994-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Small boxer, female. Very
friendly. Answers to Zakiya. Reward.
663-5302, 97A727
FOUND-Black male puppy, about 2
months old. Found Monday morning
corner Hill & East U. Call Esther,
769-2373. dA725
FEMALE TERRIER, gold and white
with short legs answers to "Luther,"
wearing flea collar and choke chain.;
Call 662-2003 before 5. 94A725,
FOUND-Set of four keys on Friday,
7 19. Tappan Street. Call 663-2910.
dA725
FOUND-One exposed roll of Agfa
film in front of Michigan League
Friday morning. Mary Jane 764-8450
8-5, Mon.-FrL dA724
FOUND-10-speed bike, Campus Ar-
cade Bldg. Owner must identify.
Found around June 20th. 761-5599.
dA724
LOST: at Friday night folk dance In
ate Winter, 1914, on orange knap-
sack with a very important personal
journal inside. PLEASE return it,
whoever took it. Reward offered.
Kevin, 665-7821 or leave at DAILY
Classified Desk. Box 2. No questions
asked. 75A723
LOST: Tan 7-month-old dog, S.
University and Chulrch. Answers to
Tocco. Reward. 665-2114. 07A717
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT amplif ir
repair done by private individual in
own home. Call 971-1072 evenings,
RENT A GUITAR. Why Buy? Les-
sons available to-boot! Your quality
music store, Apollo Music Center,
769.1400. oXte
GUILD D/35, $330. Apollo Music
Center, 761-9430. exte
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, $99.50.
Dark finish, in good shape. Apollo
Music Center, 761-9430. eXtc
GUITAR LESSONS
Class or private instruction - all
styles. Our studios also accommo-
date banjo, flute and recorder, key-
board, bass drums, clarinet, oboe,
and sax. Call Ann Arbor Music
Mart, 769-4980. extc
NEW CARS
ALFA ROMEO
1974
Has Arrived!
TOYOTA ANN ARBOR
907 N. Main, 769-7935

USED CARS
FIREBIRD-'71, 30,000 miles, auto-
matic; power steering, brakes. 665-
7925. 00N725
TOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
1971 SPITFIRE. Red mags, radials,
'ike new. $2295.
1972 SPITFIRE. Brawn. 4-speed,
radial clean. $2595.
1972 DATSUN 510 4-door sedan. 4-
speed, Peerelli radials, sharp.
j972 VOLKSWAGEN S u p e r b u g.
Bright orange finish, 4-speed, AM-
FM, like new. Priced to sell.
1973 SUBARU GL coupe. Tach 4-
speed, radials, radio. accent stripes,
7700 miles. 6 month warranty, extra
sharp FWD automobile.
1972 RX-2 MAZDA. Two door oupe,
one owner, 4-speed transmission, ra-
dio, white vinyl top. white interior,
silver blue finish, radiil tires. Just
like new. Priced to sell at $2895
'70 JAGUAR 6-cylinder, XKE coupe.
chrome wire wheels, 4-speed. British
racing green finish. A classic at
84995.
(Spring vale now in prgress on
all axed Toyotas)
Toyota-Peugeot
907 N. Main
769-7935
SUBLET
ONE PERSON needed in well-kept,
together house. Own room, conven-
ient location (Oakland), immediate
occupancy through August. Call:
665-7196. 92U731
WEST HIGHLAND White Terrier
pups (of Black & White Scotch
fame), 6 weeks. Hire dual champ.
Dam English import. (616) 452-9324.
91T724
ROOM IN REAL nice house. August
only. Call 665-5441. 80U724
FEMALE NEEDED for 4 man apt.
12 mo. lease starts Sept. Close to
campus. 769-9165. 79U720
BURNS PARK AREA-Own room in
3-woman friendly apartment. Very
negotiable. 761-8940 evenings. 56U724
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES Summer
Sublets. Rooms, efficiencies, 1 and
2 bedroom apts., plus whole houses.
Furniahed, campus locationstavail-
able. Please pick up our listing at
611 Church St. cUte
ROOMMATES
MALE LAW student seeks own room
in co-ed house for Fall. Call Dennis,
1-626-3099. 84Y724
GRADUATE student arriving in Ann
Arbor late August would like to
share house or large apt. with other
meditators. Please send details to
Myles Lamson, 702 Green St., Apt.
6, Cambridge, Mass. 02139. 83Y724

FOR SALE
RECORD PLAYER - Floor model
Magnavox-$60. C he s s set-beauti-
fully machined with wall mounting
and felt board-$49. Oil painting,
antique frames, coffee table, porta-
ble record player, medicine chest,
warming tray, electric clock, bar
bells, pitch pipe. 426-2445 after 4:30
p.m. 96B725
WE BUY, SELL, appraise used and
new oriental rugs. Persian House,
320 E. Liberty, 769-8555, 973-1678.
cB c
SAVE 15% off list price with this
ad on Quality Imported 10-speed
bilcycles at Bizeta Shop, Taylor.
1-291-6802. 90B727
1970 FORD station wagon, 6 cylin-
ders, automatic, power steering. 761-
1687. 54B725
MODERN striped sofa and chair,
sold together or separately, $225.
Call 434-4830 after 5 p.m. 61B724
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER, $85. 701-
1391. 400723
HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS needed for psychology
experiment. Pre-med., pre-dent.,
pre-law and pee-grad school stu-
dents, age 20-22, $2/he., 4-5 bra.
Call David, 449-4200, 764-5194. 87H724
RECREATION
CANOES FOR RENT. Day or 1
overnight. Drop and pickup service,
$10 daily. 761-7630. cBBtc
CAR SERVICE, ACCES.
FOR SALE-2 Firestone rayon cord
snowtires with wheels, 8% x 14.
Price negotiable. Call 665-2858.
8-S724
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
LADIES 5-speed Schwinn bicycle,
excellent condition. 662-8360. 612723
MOTOR BIKES only $239 until July
27th at Bizeta Shop, Taylor. 1-291-
6802. 892727
SCHWINN Paramount 23" track
bike, $225 or best offer. 483-1821.
731726
CYCLE Insurance. Immediate cover-
age. Low rates. Just Cal Renwick,
Grimes, and Adams Insurance. 437-
1708 South Lyon. czte
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED to Greatful Dead
concert July 25, Chicago. Call 761-
4809, Gene. 490723
PERSONAL
GEORGE ALEXANDER says,
"Courts cannot ignore the people,
or the people will begin to ignore
the courts." (Pd. pol. ad.). 68F02
NEED RIDERS to Algonquin Pro-
vincial Park. Leaving 7/26, back
8/2. Call Tim, evenings, 663-6381.
GUY NEEDS female to travel with.
Call Lance, 769-9585. 31F723

PERSONAL
EVERY DAY IS RING DAY at the
Michigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand
on the first floor. cFt
"DON'T FEAR the law, fear the
judge." Elect George Alexander 15th
District Judge and fear no more.
(Pd. pol. ad.), 67F02
WILLIAM WALTER SCOT III: Each
time respect is lost, hope for a
better world dies. 82F723
VARIETY is the spice of life. That's
why we have so many famous
brand cosmetic lines to rhoose
from.
The Village Apothecary
1112 So. Univ. Ave.
cytc
SAILOR WANTED: to crew in week-
end races at nearby Portage Lake.
Some experience required. M/F to
40. Phone 662-6058 weekdays, 10 to
4 p.m. 53F725
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
TON IGHT
TRANSCENDENTAL
MEDITATION
There will be a free public lecture
explaining the benefits of TM Tues-
day July 23 at 8 p.m., Michigan
League, Henderson Room. 99F723
WILL THE GIRL in the blue halter
who recently returned from Boston
and ate lunch at Dominick's on
Mon. July 15, pleae call Paul at
769-5622 or 764-8571? 48F723
TO THE WOMAN who Monday nite
wore a green bawling shirt to Cam-
pus Corners: Sorry I rolled you
"Jim " would like to make amends!!
Please call Gary, 994-0796. A second
ch ance. 47F723
GAY Liberation Front Open Meet-
ing Tues., July 23, 8 p.m., Union,
South Wing, 3rd-floor Conference
Room. All welcomel Come outll
Planning session for Ruman Rights
Commission meeting on police ha-
rsa mnof gay people, City Con-
11l Rom Thursday 7:30 p.m. Info
763-4186 761-2044 (Gay Hotline, 24
hrs., 7 days), 662-9559 (Black
Caucus). 95F723
BE HAPPIER ,
ScientOlOgy Works
Attend an introductory lecture (2
hours long) every Wednesday, Room
2207 Michigan Union. Lectures at 1,
4, 7 p.m.
Scientology is an applied
religious philosophy.
RENTALS
STEREOS TVs
AIR CONDITIONERS
quaranteed repair
service done right
in our shop
Hi Fi Studio
215 S. ASHLEY
668-7942 769-0342
r.'

PERSONAL
2-BEDROOM APT. available for Fall.
Call 665-4578 after 3:60. Ftc
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES bsty
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond.
1209 S. University, 663-7151. rFtc
Needed: RIDE to DETROIT for
LSAT (Law Board) tests. morning
of July 27th. Call Ellen, 665-5441
around dinner time. dF719
THE COPY MILL
FOR QUALITY COPIES is OFFSET
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
From former U-tenm player. Indi-
vidual or group lessons. Cal Bill,
769-7456. 91F725
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wdit MBL PRESS. 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942. eFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low coot duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
WRY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed (lairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
PROFESSIONAL
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Brian Eisner, U-M Tennis Coach
Mike Ware. U-M Asst. Tennis Coach
For more information, call 764-0163
cFtc
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox. Typing.
Wedding and Social Announcements
214 S. 4th Ave.-994-4664
INSOMNIA? You may be helped by
this graduate psychology experiment
in muscle relaxation. Robert Freed-
man, 764-0434, 761-2295. 49F713
MATCHMAKERS. Meet new compa-
ible people through SATURDAY
NIGHT INSURANCE. Call 663-1392
evenings. cFtc
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 opto

UNCLE KARL
WANTS Y U

TONIGHT! July 23rd ONLY! 7:30 and 9:30 P.M.
THE WILD CHILD
Directed by FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT 1970
A true story beginning 1798 in France, when a child is found
living in the forest like an animal. The film confronts themes
vital to Truffaut with a simplicity and directness not seen
since THE 400 BLOWS and at the some time achieves a
greater depth of vision treating anew love, freedom, and the
nature of childhood and childhood's end. Are the attempts
to "civilize" the boy human, humane, or-ultimately--cruel?
Tomorrow Evening-Molle's MURMUR OF THE HEART
TONIGHT!
MICHIGAN REPERTORY '74
Presenting
William Inge's summer romance
PICNIC
POWER CENTER-8:OpeM.
BOX OFFICE OPENS AT NOON
Tomorrow: Shakespeare's THE TAMING
OF THE SHREW

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