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Wednesday, July 31, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HELP WANTED
TEMPORARY TYPIST needed. Call
Barbara, 761-5252. 79H731
TRUCK DRIVERS
Start $3.60/hr. Must have chauf-
feur's license to drive stake van.
Plymouth area. Respond to Box
420, Michigan Daily. 80R808
SHIPPING-RECEIVING, general lab-
orer, Plymouth area. Start $3.75 an
hour, room for advancement. Re-
spond to P.O. Box No. 3, Plymouth
48170. 52H807
JANITOR-PART-TIME
4 hours/day, 2 or 3 days a week.
Call 971-1700 after 9 a.m. 57H801
NEWSPAPER advertising salesperson
wanted to cover Ann Arbor area.
High commission, rewarding career,
453-6900. 5H03
PROGRAMMER ANALYST
Permanent position for program-
ming on-line, real-time, psycholog-
ical experiments on PDP-8/E with
8K and disc. Small machine, assem-
bly language experience essential
References. U-M, Room 1062 Menta
Helth Research Institute. 25
Washtenaw Place. 62H803
BABYSITTER, part-time, mature
person for 3 yr. old girl. $2/hr.
Own transportation, references. Be-
gin late Aug. 769-9868. 16H731
MEDICAL transcriptionist, experi-
enced only, full time day or after-
noon shift. Salary commensurate
with ability. Fonex Corporation, 416
W. Huron, call 761-1115 Monday-Fri-
day, 8:30-4:30. 21H802
LOST AND FOUND
---- - - --- -~--- ~~~~~~- ~
LOST-Black female cat with red
collar. Broadway-Island Drive area.
Reward. 663-7693. 39A730
LOST-4 mo. old male kitten. Black
with white markings on chest and
belly. Wound on right rear side.
663-3883. 42A731
SUBLET
FURNISHED two bedrooms, Septem-
ber through August; pool, nice
cists. $101/mo. 663-4317. Graduate
students or salft preferred.Suitable
for couple. 75Uo02
2 BEDROOM APT. on Kingsley, Ann
Arbor, August only. Rentvery ne-
gotiable. Call 434-027 peristently.
53U801
BURNS PARK AREA-Own room in
3-woman friendly apartment. Very
negotiable. Aug. only. 761-8940 eve-
nings. 14U731,
- - - - - -----
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES Summer
Sublets. Rooms, efficiencies, 1 and
2 bedroom apts., plus whole houses.
Furnished, campus locations avail-
able. Please pick up our listing at
611 Church St. . cUte
FOR SALE
UPRIGHT PIANO. Carved case. Keys
perfect. Excellent condition. Call
until noon. 665-5832. 30B730
1974 TRAVEL Trailer, 28', self-con-
tained, air-conditioned, twin beds.
Must sell sacrifice. 484-0311. 77803
Household Goods MOVING SALE-
818 Henry. 761-1391. 58B803
USED MANUAL ROYAL typewriter.
$35. 665-0910. 22B731
1967 CHEVY VAN. Good condition.
Great for camping. $600 or best
offer. 668-7884. 07B801
ROOMMATES
ONE MALE ROOMMATE needed for
fall/winter to share modern bi-level,
2 bedroom apt. at 1700 Geddes. All
conveniences. Call Maize & Blue,
761-3131. 66Y802
FALL RENTAL. Bedroom for 2 in
modern apt. Near campus. Cable
TV, air cond., new furniture. Call
662-9459. 48Y02
4TH ROOMMATE needed for Fall
in bi-level apt. an Church near
campus. $7/mon. Call after 5:30,
763-6985 Don/Mike. 40Y731
ROOMMATES WANTED-2 or 3 peo-
ple to live in house on Kingsley.
Must be pleasantly corrupt and
willing to live in squalor and de-
spair. Call Ed, 561-1638 or John,
563-2515 in Deroit. 10Y801
KOSHER ROOMMATE(S) wanted
for fail. Call collect, 1-545-3065.
04Y801
BUSINESS SERVICES
GOOD TYPING-Pickup, delivery to
Student Union. 973-2776. 25J731
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Call Walt, 769-2256. cJtc
MOVING & HAULING
Experienced, reasonable, 971-4585

eves. 20J
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
994-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtt
SPECIAL CERAMIC TILE - Bath
5x6x4" materials and labor, $189.
Call 483-4615. cJtc

REAL ESTATE
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD. 3-unit
frame house near campus. Good
return on money. Financing avail-
able. 663-3883. 44R801
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GEMEINHARDT PICCOLO - Excel-
lent condition. 668-7255. 56X801
RENT A GUITAR. Why Buy? Les-
sons available to-boot! Your quality
music store, Apollo Music Center,
769-1400. cXtc
GUILD D35, $330. Apollo Music
Center. 761-9430. cXtc
5JSED UPRIGHT PIANO, $99.50.
Dark finish, in good shape. Apollo
Music Center, 761-9430. eXte
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. oXtc
USED CARS-
'65 CHEVY, runs. $100. Call Dirk,
761-7447. 65N731
'57 VW Classic, no rust, mechanical-
ly very good. 729-7858 evenings,
71N801
1968 CHEVROLET Blue Window
Van. Automatic, Ziebart rust proof-
ed, 40,000 miles, 2 new tires. 665-
4842. Best offer. 68N803
'71 PLYMOUTH Duster, automatic,
power steering, 6 cylinder, radio,
$1500. 665-0397. 49N801
'65 CORVAIR, good transportation,
condition, best offer ($75). 769-1528.
50N802
PORSCHE '66, 912 Koni, Abarth,
Dunlops. Mechanically good, body
rust. 662-6360 eves. 61N803
FIAT, 1971, 124 Special Sedan, good
condition. 769-3578. 35N801
TRIUMPH TR 6, 1969. Good condi-
tion. Must sell. 485-0936. 13N731
TOYOTA
CASH
BRING YOUR TITLE
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
1971 SPITFIRE. Red mags, radials,
'ike new. $2295.
972 SPITFIRE. Brown. 4-speed,
radial clean. $2595.
1972 DATSUN 510 4-door sedan. 4-
speed, Perelli radials, sharp.
972 VOLKSWAGEN S u p e r b u g.
Bright orange finish, 4-speed, AM-
M, 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 coupe,
one owner, 4-speed transmission, ra-
dio, white vinyl top, white interior,
silver blue finish, radial 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
$4995.
(Spring ale now in progress on
all used Toyotas)
Toyota-Peugeot
769-7935
907 N. Main

PERSONAL
RICHIE CARR, call Dirk, 761-7447.
64F31
JEAN SHAW or MARSHAL MULEL-
LER, where are you? Anyone know-
ing them or their whereabouts,
please call collect 607) 843-8264 or
write: L. Koz, Rt. 12, Oxford, N.Y.
13830. 78F802
LET US fill your next prescription.
The Village Apothecary. CFtc
PHYS. ED. MAJORS! Should aca-
demic credit be given for varsity
athletic participat-on? Expresa your
feelings! Colt 662-4013 evesings: ask
for Lincoln. 76F803
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. o~to
TOMORROW
is
Last Summer Lunch
at
TROTTER HOUSE
From 11:30-1:30 and for $1.50 dona-
tion, turn osut, grease up and hoagie
down tu . ,The GREAT COOK-OF
happens tomorrow . . shouldn't
be missed.
SEE YOU THERE!!!
cF
CREATIVE WEDDING PHOTOG-
RAPHY - Weddings by David has
been doing it since 1968. By ap-
pointment only, please call 994-5440,
cFtc
WE MEET OUR competitors prices.
Just ask. Village Apothecary. eFtc
GEORGE ALEXANDER believrs you
can't ration justice. Elect Alexander
District Judge August 6. Non-par-
tisan Primary. (Pd. pol ad.). 69F02
EVERY DAY IS RING DAY at the
Michigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand
on the first floor. cFtc
FIDDLE LESSONS. 761-6101 at Erlc-
wine Instruments. 27F809
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
G E O R Gd EALEXANDER believet,
"Jus11cr delayed is justice denied.'
(Pd. pol. ad.). 70F31
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox, Typing,
Wedding and Social Announcements
214 S 4th Ave.-994-4664
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
MATCHMAKERS. Meet new compa-
ible people through SATURDAY
NIGHT INSURANCE. Call 663-1392
evenings, cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
.hile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor, 761-0942, cFtc
BOWL AT THE UNION
WIN A FREE GAME
OPEN 6 P.M. EVERYDAY
cF73l
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-050

PERSONAL
GET STYLED AT THE UNION
U-M STYLISTS
8:30 A.M.-5:15 P.M.
cF731
PROFESSIONAL
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Brian Eisner, U-M Tennis Coach
Mike Ware, U-M Asst. Tennis Coach'
For more information, call 764-0163
cFtc
BE HAPPIER .
ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
HAVE WHAT YOU'VE
ALWAYS WANTED
Unless you've got somethisig else
that works, try Scientology. Infor-
mation: Wednesdays 1-9 p.m., Room
2207 in the Union.
Scientology is an applied
religious philosophy
c~to

PERSONAL
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M..A.T.,
DAT., and LS.A.T. Board Exams.
Call 13131 354-6085 taFse
THE COPY MILL
FOR QUALITY COPIES 3 OFFSET
211 H. S. State: 662-3969
PINBALL
cA1217
S. UNIVERSITY
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"A BREATH-TAKING FILM! High-pitched passion and
romance ... brilliant performances. The bordello offers
a banquet of women: innocent and tough, sensual, mis-
chievous . .. with a Niagara of party-clad prostitutes
signaling the start of work."
-Paul D. Zimmerman, Newsweek
"A REMARKABLE, SUPE-
RIOR PICTURE. START-
LING, VERY POWERFUL
AND MOVING. It is grip-
ping, technically brilliant,
commercial and universal- .
ly appealing to all. A wide
canvas of decadence and k
vulgarity. Rush to see it." #
-Rex Reed, New York Daily News
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY LINA WERTMULLER
Thurs., Fri., Mon., Tues. p
7 and 9 p.m.
Sat., Sun., Wed. at
1-3-5-7-9 p.m. _r
603 E. Liberty * Dial 665-6290
Open 12:45 daily, Shows at 1-3-5-7-9 p.m.
"... boisterously Zany BARBRA
funny at her wackiest!
old-time farce .. .
STREISAND For Pete's Sake,
at her best!" See The Picture
-Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times Already.
You'll Absolutely Love It
Know What I Mean?
BARBRA STREISAND in
"FOR PETE'S SAKE" 19

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