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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 27, 1972

REAL ESTATE TICKETS PERSONAL
Daily BY OWNER, leaving state-must sell ROUND TRIP Det-Eur. 6/25-7/25. Orig. BRIDGE
3-bedroom ranch. July 1st occupancy. $215, Charlie, 662-0050 eves. 73Q15 UAC offers two valuable bridge courses
168 Harper, Saline. 429-4642. 88Rl6 for summer.
Classifieds LOST AND FOUND BEGINNERS: A most interesting way
3 BEDROOM-3 Fireplace-White Brick to learn and enjoy bridge. Meets at
Home-210' On Water LAKE CREST LOST CAT: fmale, lang-haired, while 7 p.m. every Tuesday.
ESTATES - $58,000. For appointment body and face, calico tail and head. INTERMEDIATES: For those who de-
(Continued from Page 5) call 699-2493 after 6:00 p.m. 69R23 Call Michelle, 665-9359 or 761-5020. sire playing experience and improve-
83A17 ment of their game. Meets at 9 p.m.
- _every Tuesday. Classes run for 11
USED CARS HELP WANTED $25 REWARD for information leading weeks.
to return of 25" brown Raleigh Super Each course costs $15.
'65 VOLVO 1800S AM/FM, V.G. cond. WOMEN: SHARE your skills in the Course bicycle stolen from 909 Church REGISTRATION: Small Ballroom, 2nd
Best offer. Charlie, 662-0050 eves. Free Women's Community School, on May 18. 761-6720, No questions. fl. Mich. Union. 7 p.m. Tues., MayJ
72N15 Women Teaching Women. 763-4186 .OA14 30th. 62P14
Woman's Advocate Office. 91H14
1005 BMW-gO. $1300 or best otter. FOUND-Large grey male cat. Green PROFESSIONALLY designed diamond
708-7474. 0obetofrEXPERIENCED light carpenter to build eyes. Linden and S. U. Call Ellen, engagement and wedding rings
769-7474. 79N 4 patio fence. Start immediately. 662- 769-2094. dA15 hand hammered, hand engraved, any
3698. 84H16 ----- ------ pattern-wholesale. Austin Diamond.
1964 COMET. 6-stick. $125. Call Tom, LOST-Super friendly, small, grey and 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
764-8504. 49N15HELP move my furitue T dy black tiger cat. With white throat
orning. $3.25/hr. 761-0353. d1114 and feet. Female, possibly in heat. PINBALL ARCADE, 1217 S. University,
1968 TRIUMPH TR-250. Yellow, 6-cyl., asni h 5Near Division and Kingsley. Call 665- Across from the Campus Theatre.
ter 4p, $1150 or best offer. 668555 WOMAN'S Community School will start _________. _cFtc
2nd week in June. Needs teacher FOUND-Young cat, very light colored, VOLUNTEERS wanted for PROJECT
'06 CHEVY Suburban Carry-All. 4- (anyone can teach anything). Call blue point, male, with tiger striped COMMUNITY summer camp program.
wheel6drive. C a$300 or best otter.Call 763-4180 Woman's Advocate Office) points. 663-2367, dA14 Call 763-3548. 76F1_
otter 4, 761-029$300orbet ffr.5N15 if interested. Tell us who you ore,
what you'll teach, and phone number. FOUND near Campus Corners-Tickets LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS!!
MUST SELL! '68 Chevelle Malibu. Ex- 291H19 for Stratford. Call Mike, 761-8333 near Yellow Submarine. Animated Beatles.
MUen SELL! 00 Chron. MCba 7 -74 dinnertime. dA14 Tuesday, May 30th. Aud. A., Angell
11 Bcn cond. V-8. $100. Coil 701-3074
or 662-3300.60N17 ENERGETIC YOUNG LADY to make Hall. 7, 8:45, 10:30 p.m. $1. A.A. Film
business appointments. Call Charley MISCELLANEOUS Co-op. 88F14
OLDS 085, 1966. Deluxe V-8 manual Conlon after 9 p.m. 761-8092. 22H14
mechanically excelient, body oreds STUDENT TO DO eneralihousewok-LARGE double- pring ottreses, bed OPEN 1 PM. MEMORIAL DAY
mechnicllyexcllen, bdy badseTUENTTockinngra hrsmwrk-hasr.ng allps BOWLING & BILLIARDS
some work. $500/offer. 769-3809. 69N17 3 hrs. daily. Own transportation re- b cocking arm choir. Call pe B INO UIIR
quired. N.W. Ann Arbor. 662-8431 cP6- .
1971 TOYOTA Corolla 1600. 8,000 miles, eves. 12H15 --------U u
AM-FM, rustproofing. 769-0173. 84N14 PERSONAL SET UP YOUR summer romance now-
POE SALE-1966 JEEP, saa plow nd MUSICAL MDSE., ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE. Yellow Sub- ssuen 3hap en- allSaturdayNiht
brush attachments. $1000. 2 mini RADIOS, REPAIRS marine! Tuesday, May 30th. Aud. A.,
,., 1~,. -,An 1 NaiHlL 7. R-45_ 10.2 n-m. $M

PERSONAL
THE STONES
ARE HERE
NEW DOUBLE LP ONLY
5.48
NOW AT
SaIvation-
330 Maynard 1103 South U.
ALSO
JETHRO TULL 2.99 JANIS JOPLIN 4.59
CFr4
PORPOISES ON PURPOSE
BUY WATERBEDS DIRECTLY
from the manufacturer and save!
From $11.95 for a top-quality guaran-
teed product, comparable to any. Call
Ellen at Aquarest, 769-4491. cFtc
TERMPAPERS!
the lowest price in the U.S.A.!
FLASH!
USED TERMPAPERS at $1.50 a page.
CREATIVE RESEARCH offers the finest
ORIGINAL RESEARCH from $4.00 a
page. Special discount of 25c a page
with 21 day advance notice. We have
professional writers in all fields and
all academic levels. We also have a
fine library of safe, first quality
We have the lowest prices in the
universe for PHOTOCOPYING, 3c per
page-4c for books! We also have a
complete-computer programming serv-
ice. For TOTAL research and writing
services,
CREATIVE RESEARCH
313 S. State St--761-5880
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108

bikes. Call 665-4750. dN15 ----=---
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
JAGUAR '68, baby blue convertible. Instruments, historical and modern,
Mechanic certified. Excellent condi- made and repaired. Lessons, music,
tion. 700-0049. 22N14 accessories. 665-8001, 209 5. State;
10-6 p.m. cXtc
VW, 1970-Very good condition. 13,000 FOR SALE-2 Model 100 Dolby; 1-J.B.
miles. $1350. 761-8839. 25N14 Lansing SG-520 Graphic pre-amp; 1-
Sony TC-125 cassette-deck; 1 pair
1969 BMW- OO. $1300 or brat ater. Infinity SS-1 speakers; 1-Sony PS-
709-474. 79N14 1800 turntable with V-15 II cart-
1905 PLYMOUTH.Sports Fury. $200. Call ridge. Also several Crown amps, and
701-0077 afterr. 27N14 pee-amps at great savings. Call per-
__________________________ sistently alter 10 p.m., 971-8515. 45X15

Angeu na. , u:4 ,v:j p.m. 4.
A-A. Film Co-op. 79F14
OPEN TODAY TIL 5:15 P.M.
UM BARBERS MICH. UNION
cF14
STUDIO SALE: Blue Sky Pottery. Now
thru Monday night. 7280 Platt Rd., 1
mile south of Michigan Ave. 05F14
Live in BURSLEY HALL next fall. Gor-
geous view, room for loft. Will pay
you to take my place. 1-881-6382.
75Am17

XEROX AND OFFSET

Fast, low costupicating. cFtc
1217 5. University 769-0560 BORDERS' BOOK SHOP New Summer
cFtc Hours: 10-10 Mon-Sat. 510 e. Wi -
11am. .660-7053 51 18
OOLD JEWELRY: Uniquely designed
original catings. Specialiing in WED- TENNIS LESSONS-Former U-H player.
DING RINGS. JHAN, 769-7550. cF14 Individual or group. 662-0593. 31F16
- - -- --- - - ---

WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
40Ntc
RELIABLE
CLEAN
Usd Cars. "Top Dollar."
0ow and always for your car.
Domestics
72 Pontiac Grand Prix, air, 9,000
miles. (new), $4295.
'69 Rambler 4-door, six cylinder,

DOLBY noise reduction unit. Adven t
101. $85. 665-4764 evenings. 24X14 offers privacy and an opportunit
ask questions regarding your
THE ANN ARBOR FOLKLORE CENTER important purchase at Austin
and Music, Strings, and Things of mond, 1209 S. University, 663-71
the Detroit area are pleased to an_
nounce that they are noweworking SPECIAL RATES SUNDAY
together, the Folklore Center dccct- BILLIARDS AND PING PONG
ing full time to repair and making MICE. UNION 1 P.M.-12 MID.
of instruments, selling only older
quality instruments, and Music.
Strings, and Things carrying a full GOT A HOLE IN ME POCKET! Ye
line of new instruments and acces- Submarine. Tuesday, May 30th.,
sories-continuing the Folklore Cen- A., Angell Hall. 7, 8:45, 10:30 p.m
ter's policy of at least 10%, off list A.A. Film Co-op. 8
price on everything. Gurian, Galla-
gher, Martin, Dobro, Gibson, Ovation, WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue Si
Harmony, and Yamaha guitars, Ste- prescription program, The Vi
wart-MacDonald banjos, McSpadden Apothecary.
and Musical Tradition dulcimer. A ------
complete line of Oak publications, PING PONG, BOWLING
and Rounder and Folk Legacy records. FOOSBALL, BILLIARDS
We are located at 516 E. William, MICHIGAN UNION
above Campus Bike. Music, Strings, Open till 1 a.m. Fri. and Sat.
and Things, 668-9836; Folklore Center,
662-0381. cXtc -----
- ._ GRAD COFFEE HOUR-Interesting
GUITAR - Goya classical, new. $160, versation, punch, cake. Wed. n
used, $120. Call 665-7579 between 4 8-10, 4th floor Rackham, East (
and 6. 71X14 ference Room. 6

y to
most
Dia-
151.
cFtc
cF14
ellow
Aud.
. $1.
1F14
hield
llage
cFtc
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presents
Roger Corman's
"X" The Man with
the X-ray Eyes
Science Fiction Prize Winner
A MUST FOR CORMAN FREAKS

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con-
tight,

'68 Dodge Sportsman Van, V-a,
automatic, very clean, Reduced
to $1750.
'68 Chevrolet Impala 4-door hard-
top, V-8, automatic, power steer-
ing & brakes, $1005,
'70 Camaro 2-dear hardtop, 6 cylin-
der, 3 speed, radio, yellow. $1795.
'60 Chevy Kingswood, 9 passengr
wagon; automatic steering, brakes,
low mileage, Sharp. $1905.
Foreign & Sports
'71 Datsun 510 4-deer wagon, 4
speed, new tirms, $1005.
'60 VW Squareback, radio, clean,
$1305.
'67 Feed Cortina 2-deer, auto'-
ematic, radio, 20,000 miles, $605,
'59 VW, green, good tires, 36 h.p.
$205.
Toyotas
'71 Toyota Corolla 4 speed, radio,
01795.
'70 Toyota Mark II wagon, 4-
speed, factory air, rxceptional tar,
$2105.
'70 Toyota Landcruiser hardtop, 4
wheel drive, AM-FM radio, warn
hubs, $2005,
TOYOTA of
Ann Arbor
Gpeni Monday and Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
907 N. Moin St. 663-0567
FOR SALE
BOYS' 10-SPEED. Perfect cond. Must
sell, Call 764-0454, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Bar-
bara. 47B14
WATERBEDS--Kiogsire 14" x 8' ex0'.
$15. Call 1-326-2420 betore 4 p.m.
5OB 10
SELLINGOUT-Fuirniturc, mapic dou-
ble bed, rug, - otrhes, household
wares, ceramics, plants. 2110 Oline.
665-8763, today 58B14
FOR SALE-NYC saf ic light, working
condition. Andy, 764-0560 oreves)
665-6631. dB5
1070 USED ADLER J-5 portable type-
writer. Elite, International keys. $75.
Call 63-0132. 3Bl1

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Ode to The
Pretzel Bell No. 2
or How to cure those "what do we
do tonight blues"
Digging craters can be a bomb
If daddy won't post the bonde
And flicks will never fail
If checks come regularly in the mail;
Pinball can be okay
If you want to nickel and dime your
time away;
But if you want
A night that's swell,
with all those folks that you wish well,
Get it in gear, come on down and hear
the super sound at the bell.
SAT.: Recording Artists
ROY BOOKBINDER and WOODY MANN,
(Their new releose moy be on sole)
SUN.: CHUCK JOHNSON
9:30-1 - NO COVER

"SHOULD ATTRACT A LARGE
AUDIENCE WHICH IT
WILL SATISFY." -N.Y. Post
"'THE DECAMERON' . . . is as close to being uninhibited and
joyful as anything he (Pier Paolo Pasolini) has ever done. Taking
10 tales out of the 100 in Boccaccio's 'Decameron,' Pasolini has
created one of the most beautiful, turbulent and uproarious pano-
ramas of early Renaissance life ever put on film. It is also one
of the most obscene, if obscene defines something that is offen-
sive to ordinary concepts of chastity, delicacy and decency, al-
though I'd hardly call the film offensive to morals."
-Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times
Awarded the Silver Bear, Special
Jury Award 1971 Berlin Film Festival
SELECTED FOR THE NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL
PIER PAOLO PASOLIN1'S
X-Persons under 18 not admitted
Fri.; Sat.-7-9-] 1 SAT.-SUN.-MON.
Holiday Matinees
Sun.-7 :00 and 9:00 ALL SEATS 75c
Lee Marvin
Jcon Seebero
Cliat Eastwood
"PAINT YOUR WAGON"
.. : "plus '3 Stooges'
." and careoon
DOUBLE FEATURE-HORROR CLASSICS
STARTS WEDNESDAY
"Night of the Living Dead"
and "SPIRITS OF THE DEAD" by Fellini, Vadim, Malle

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