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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 1 1, 1972

* Q a ge the job done !1! OPEN:
-1 1:30
(continued from Page 5) TICKETS PERSONAL0 * 4 P.M.
-- - 6:30
------ - WANTE.D: Rolling Mooes tickets.1ar- HOMEMADE NATURAL ICE CREAM -
old,662-6454. 78Q41 !a n uc o re00-at INDIAN SUMMER A4PM
ROOMM ATES WANTED - - -: NATURAL FOODS RESTAURANT, 315
2 FREE Fri. Stones ickets w/5purchse ;S Stt007F030
OWN ROOM ia lovly large house foSr P 21009151 TR. 31 S. STATE ST.
o gd.tdNP O1EAtug. Wed, N5-7p 89Q40 PAVE ION POWLIND this term MixeS
1e l Cad.EI st1ud'enPt 1b--Sonnii0og ° 11-l D40IAL 6L62-6264
talc. =Call761-1291a10er15please. BIKES AND SCOOTERS b00m,0'N'Pin0 PS IIb

ONE DIRL needeed for for-woman apt.
for loll. Acros fanaRU onaCurach,
blaok10010 the Lib. 2 bedrooms, $75f
mo0. tlusotilities1. 0a11 Ted, 769-10911.
REM. GRAD. STUDENT seeks apt. to
soar 1w 0or2 sam e 12 mos. (212)
906-0344 or: Rita Soho 111,I 875,a
PalSkopyPB1l1n, N.Y. 11214. 51Y41
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FRIE YELLOW p000h. 4-yr.'spadted.
Nealthy, good o /1110. 'Ncds family,
yard. 769-8421, '764-1560.. 67T40
FREEFry 9alekiten.Tained ap-
pp. Call 769-6799. 61T38
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERT TYPIND, editing, whate0ep
2-5c/pageadpenadingon,0specific-
ti1ns.CallParbSra FPeder10k,769-
2348 anltme. Jtc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
STEREO TAPE RECORGER. Roberts
778X. Opets rol and 8-tracx. Cros
field. List . $310, sale $100. 769-0714.
Cal persistently after' 6 p.m weSk-
ends 82X44
MERE DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
- Unusual aod ordinary instrsonents.
offered, nmade, repaired-also oarved
and inlayed. Accessories, lessons. 109
S. State, 661-8001. oXto
GUITARS. AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maesteo, Oilman, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
312 S. Man 161-1400. - cXtc
FOLKLORE CENTER
1 yr, sld 0-16-NY Martin Guitar, 1171.
Other used snd old ,guitars, banjos,
asandolins, fiddles. Instruments
bnught. - Repairs. 116 E. Williarm,
above Campus Blke. 662-0301. cXtc
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum set,,
nvero 30 sess in stopS: Rogers, Sonse,
Ludwig, Gretsscb, Slingerlasod. Prioed-
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.
eXtc

19704IRONDA 450 Scramolerp. 9050. 10011
Oklad St., No. 0. 770;43
WE REPAIR all bicycle nsootot. 24-Poour
serice IRentals available.
ALI PODRTS, 510 W. Cross St0. Yp::i
483.-7194. cztclo
FOR SALE
WEDDI13NGd Op._., 010 0 1. 1/4 0010.
price 403-0240 after 5 42133
SUBLET
JUL°Y-AUD. SUBLET $50/mo. 512 PapS-
ard No. 14. Shaore 2 01101. 110. w/
fomale oo000n100. CGall703-4402 beforo
5:30. 75U41

UNION LANES - Air conditioned
cF'41

1NER A Foundation
tachiu110a1floe,. 0i11-t

11

alillooe. LindaI, 663-60:0;
7060, or Polo, 0663-6263.
Domi Rooet Weak --- WED
FIFOIPocPket00illiard011 11119
lichi ;an Un~io. UOen114

J. 7-9 p.111,
a0s.101Mola.-,

COAT L i AION DOpn Meeting', Tueso.
July 11, 0811111 Union. So90th01thin;,
3rd 111100, C11111101100 P00111All 1we1-
c~ome.55F39
UM PARBER S 1110 PAIRSTLISTS
"CUSTOM HAIRCUTS"
M0U001111111OUe01110 1(1 111Moo-Sot.

PIRST 0100 ltaors A/C 2-0ma0 Apt er v ,oP43
camps for ret osummer. 761-7982
86U41 PUMPE10 STICKERS 0c1s00101printedy
- - - whileU- 01i! $2. MBL Preto, 1217
SUBLET: 3-bedroorn10Apt. oooorne 1 j P11 propct .AnnaArbor, 761-0042. o to
fon an0 d 6Divi110n.$130. 720-3004 0or,
481-0634. 85U42 INTERESTED IN GIVING TOURS DR
-CENTRAL CAMPUS? Prootpectiv
ROOM i1 Paso apt.Sommr, fall& Uni.of Michigan tudentsadthei
jwiterterm. $02.10. 76108403. a olis 10eeaertoPb sowonth
200S.Ott. 57U39 capPs.If y0u Pav0 a spare Pour
GIRLS-Onroom in spaciaus, aiecr a000 P0 0000 1a
ditiossed Pouoe a0 1315 Forest Court.01P1P000 0toAun s
Dishoasher 100, 10r $40.0/mo. Cell l 0c. 764-0384, betwtoen 0 am, and 5
701-7219 sodap1 dU40 p .15F41
$31 MO. JULY-AUG. TENNIS LESSONS-Forme UM playr,
!Wesoed onegil to complete as-man Countryc18bpro, Individual1or
apartment. Ne00South Quad. Cal11,grotup. 062-0193, 761-85110. eFtec
665-5068. _ '40_ XEROX AND OFFSET
SUMMIT- Fast,10ow-cost dulplicating
H-AMNAIlPTO)IsNIIACd'5T. 1217 S. lnivecity 769-0560 +

761 -8055
SUMMER SPORT-TERM LEASES
AVAILAPLE AT REDUCED SATES
CAMPUS LOCATIONS
oute
SUMMER PRICES
for
FALL LUXURY
LET US SHOW YOU THE

WANTED TO RENT PEST SELECTION OF LARGE
__________EAIR-CONDITIONED, FURNISPED
WANTED TO RENT - 3 or 2 rooms in APARTMENTS FOR TH-E SUMMER.
house with use of ki0c5en. 661-9151. EXCELLENT LOCATIONS.
73L41{
UMICH. faclip rit needs living- CHARTER REALTY.
workinsopace or Sept. thru April- _
May. Largo, light roomsaosson ope65-82
sp60e;. cn be old house, apt, indus- 1Gcte
trial "left, 0arn,etc., tewnor counp- ... -., _______ -_
Ir. Contact art department or 0. PERSONAL
Charles Garden, 237 Waverly A ,__ -
Brookslyn, N.Y. 11205. 50L39$ SUMMER TERM SPECIAL-ias1 2 days.
___ - . . ill1111ds-$1/hr. Sooling-35o/gsme,
WANTED: Quiet, single room July 25- M iaUlnO sI1 4
Aug. 19. Call Marty, 4a3-4712 before jcR40
10130 p.M. -__ 60L40 ' . ._______
WANED'J~aagetoren fo strag. APT. 6 Pas mooed the rn--mschine
WAN tED: Oaro tol rent02 feter5e. through the big doer, and thequ-
$1p I $m me, 01 63-22L39er 5ilen i16will they ever be the same.
p~m. ILISIf you tought apt. 5 was dull . . .
TRNSORATON dent forget aout the blurb! rF39
TUCSON. See woema to help drive to READ AND USE THE
Arilea, Aug. 2-a, Gas furfished.G169 DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

WEIDDING INVITATIONS-Mod 0r Tra-
ditiona1 Style., Call 701-0942 anytime.
rFto
HEDONISTS! Avoid the hassle. Let
Soturdayo Night Insurance find you
dts. 6-10 p.m. 663-1392. Ploc
WERENumbrOneindiamondsles
in Ann Arbor. Rind out ohy. Austin
Diamand, 1209 5. University, 663-111.
cR11
TEND TO FORGET your pill? The
Villagr Apothecary 11116 presoriptions
until 9 p.m. Keep your prerscriptioni
on file here. eFte
LET ANN ARPOR'S only diamond es-
pert help you style your enogagement{
rin0g. It costs less. Over 1.000 U-M
men Pave. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
Unsvorally, 663-711. cFtc
TV & Stereo Rentals
$10.00 per month
NO DEPOSIT
FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP
AND SERVICE
CALL:
NEJAC TV RENTALS
662-5671

U.of M. DEPARTMENT HEADS
' HELP YOUR NEW FACULTY
Wohvcopl dover01iteshlpul toth holayng
necome oAAborA. Call o rit etrAle, 769-6066o
thshosing prio -paor wihutcotoreobligation.
THE.ARBOR OAKS CORPORATION
2310W Stahlu
Seour00dohinthe Ao Aboo Nws
TIRED OF THAT ROOMMATE?
THEN LIVE IN A NORTH CAMPUS
C-OP EVERYONE GETS
THEIR VERY OWN SINGLE.
Ill-B3 contracts available in the ICC office, Room
3-N Michigan Union, or call 662-441.4. Approxi-
mate cost is $40 'm. room only or $75/mo. room
and board.
We cuE costs by working together-meals, main-
tenance, etc. We also shre picnics, patties, or
whatever you con organize-so drop by to reserve
a spot, soon.
t y IINRYGIBSQFI
Because it's my country. P'*' ,)W
And it's getting dirty. ~ ''
That's why.
Kep m riaCla. M'
Keep America Ceatf. ~t
Atvr ig otibte~ld
for Ihe pabllc ood.
Read and Use Daily Classifieds -

Ih I rbr * IIcopeatv
JEAN-PAUL BELMONDO in Philippe DeBroca's
THAT MAN FROM RIO
WILD and WACKY THRILLER--ZANY COMEDY, HAIR-RAISING ADVENTURE!
By the director of THE KING OF HEARTS. On FOUR 10Q-BEST-OF-THE-YEAR LISTS
A film reminiscent of, the best of earlier "clitfhangers"-o masterpiece in its class.
"A comedy thriller. . Mr. DeBroca hobbles with improvisations."-Bosley Crowther, N.Y. Times
"DeBroca has provided some interesting land surprisingly unhackneyed) glimpses." - SATURDAY
REVIEWn
TONIGHT!-TUES., JULY 1 lth-ONLY!-35 mm Color-7 & 9 p.m.
THURSDAY' VANESSA REDGRAVE'and JAMES FOX in
JULY 13th E EM= 1"AufSOFIS DO A
7, 9:30 p.m. MS. REDGRAVE nominated for Academy Award, Best Actress,
for this performance.
TUESDAY MARLON BRANDO, JANE FONDA, ROBERT REDFORD in
JULY 18th ARTHUR PEN'STH C A E
7, 9:30 p.m. by the director of "Bonnie & Clyde", "Mickey-One",, and
"'Little Big Man"
all showings in AUDITORIUM "A", ANGELL HALL --$1

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