100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 25, 1972 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1972-07-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 25. 1972

i r ,..' J ~ , .. ,.

Daily Cl
(continued from Page 5)
PETS AND SUPPLIES
OUR SIAMESE cat is lonely, 'cause
we work all day His name is Andy,
but he has promised to tolerate any
mundane name you might care to
give him. Best of all, he's free if
you're a decent being. Call Robert,
mornings, at 663-8484. dT50
CAT BOARDING
Siamese kittens and stud service, raised
underfoot, fuily vaccinated, health
guaranteed. 769-6271. 16T50

HELP WANTED PERSONAL
a i i f , BUSINESSPROFESSIONALS SPECIAL RATES for COUPLES TODAYI
Business (BA-MBA), social workers, 4 BILLIARDS $hr. TABLE TENNIS 50c
and psychologists needed for sophis- OPEN 11 a.m Mon.-Sat-
ticated volunteer positions in U.S. UNION BILLIARDS
All travel, living, and medical ex- cF49
HELP WANTED penses paid. See ACTION-PEACE -
CORPS-VISTA Reps, room 3516 SAB, INTRO-ACT--Weekly and weekend per-
SUBJECTS NEEDED for concentration July 26th and 27th. 13H50 soal growth groups; usi g enconi-
experiment. Must be: right-handed, e-----7- Gesta ensisiity techniques.
male, native-English speaking, with ADDRESSERS NEEDED. Homeworkers t 45F69
some touch-typing ability. If interest- earn to $150. For info send 25c and TEND TO PORGET your pill? The
ed, 763-0118, from 8-4. $1.75/hr. stamped addressed envelope to Box Village Apothecary fills prescriptions
07H52 12213, Gainesvilie, Fla. 32601 75H49 until 9 pim. Keep your prescription
NATURAL RESOURCES SENIOR TYPISTS NEEDED for tem- on tile here. cFtc
Regional Planning, conservation, wa- porary assignmtents. Gerry Rushing, PROFESSIONALLY designed diamond
Temporary Help Service, 3800g Packard.I
ter resources management, landscape, engagement and wedding rings -
architects, forestry, fisheries, and wild 971-1631. 80H49 hand hammered, hand engraved, any
life management needed for profes- pattern-whoiesaie, Austin Diamond,
sional volunteer positions in 57-over- P ERSONAL 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
seasccountries. All living, travel, and
medical expenses paid. See Action- SARAH HANSTEIN, where are you? Ift HOUSE OF FA 1 TL
Peace Corps Reps room 3516 SAB July you're in Ann Arbor, please call Jim HFFA I T H
26th and 27th. 14501 at 763-6121. dF I - ...

PERSONAL
WHAT HAPPENS When You Refuse to
Pay Taxes for Vietnam War? Ask us'
Draft Counseling Center, 502 s.
Huron, 769-4414. M-Th. at 3-5 & 7-0;
Sat. 10-noon. 84F5I1
HEDONISTS! Avoid the hassle. Let
Saturday Night Insurance find you
dates. 6-10 p.m. 663-1392. cte
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low-cost duplicating
. COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
FRESHMEN: if you are interested in
meeting people from different coun-
tries this fal, join the International
Students Association. It's fun and
you'll learn a lot. For more informa-
tion, call John or Inku, 763-6904.
fF50

WANTED TO RENT- - ---- Wed ngt X CSPiritual Reader
PROFESSIONALS GRAD COFFEE HOUR. Wed, nights s- and Advisor XEROX COPIES
THREE TEACHERS Need large house Lawyers, architects, urban planners, 10. Lots of people, lots of un, lots of R SatWHILE YOU WAIT
or quiet duplex. 663-1195. dL51 business majors, landscape architects, nfood. Rcokham, on the terrace. Every- ,Herallpreces, teaches, and
engnees, cietits nd ibrry ct on wecom iaso heals by time poser ot foith, Let Theals quality reproductions - picturms
- engineers, scientists and library sci- r Sall pastel papers-plus full color repro-
RAIineedo1-6 -367room Inc tail. Uner me majors needed for proteson IMIXED BOWLING LEAGUES FORMING and happiness. Rev. Sally is a auctions on T-shirts and tank-tops of
dnytdesig n Tohrooand tank-tops9 0
- positions at home and in 57-overseas LAST CHANCE FOR SUMMER TERM spiritual reader and advisor. ony design you choooe or $4.99.
SENIOR COED seeking place to live, cat exenses pand40c/mage M-PIN BOWLING 1577 N. Maple Rd IMPRESS
Write Box 163, Rogers City, Michigas PEACE PSeeACTIO- m UNION LANES-AIR CONDITIONED 524 E. William 601-4321
49779. 95 PAECORPS-VISTA Reps, eoom c5 n ro 2 .Wlim6542
L5 3516 SAB, July 26th and 27th. 12H50 cFtc
REWARD-$30 leading to rental of room TEO Chest eporay re- mHIdBABY 663-298c
with bath for fall. Rent approx. $60/ search position. Reasonable pay. You I ove y. iguard. Open every day including
month. Call collect (517) 793-0339 or need not relocate. Send shoes resume d i9eyo. 1IunRy9 1m9 1m
695-5375. 85L52 to W.R.S.-Boxa1605, Grond Rapids, . dF19 cFtc
MISCELLA4951. 24H53 PENANCY TESTIN by mail. Co- TENNIS LESSONS--Former UM player, AS YOU LIKE IT
MISCELLANEOUS ---- -pieseip contidontual. Absolutely reli- Country club pro, Individual or NEW TRENDS FOR 1972
----- ------- --,TEACHERS able. All tests performed by govern- group. 665-4720. NFtc TREMSSHAGS
WANTED DESPERATELY: tutor to re- Physical education, recreation, French, ment certified, federally licensed lab-- --. TRIMS-SHAGS
view high school chemistry Call math-science, guidance and counsel- oratory. Prompt results. Send for free BUMPER STICKERS custom printed and RAZOR CUTS
Becky, 761-9453. 18M51 ing, TESL-TEFL, elementary-secon- kit containing complete instructions, while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217 Ba
dary ed. and industrial arts needed urine sample container, and mailer. Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
FOR SALE for professional volinteer positions in Adam & Eve, P.O. Box 2556-PL 124,
U.S. and 57-countries. All medicalnE Chapel HillU N.C 27514 25F49 WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra- 0 611 E. University
LARGE SELECTION of infants' and living and travel expenses paid. See ditional Style. Call 761-0942 anytime. *near Michigan Theatre
boy's clothing. New born to size 2. All Action Peace Corps-Vista Reps. in COLORADO-MONTANA. Guy wants cFtc
name brands; excellent cond. High ronm 3516 SAB, July 26th and 27th. company, girls, guys, or mixed for 3- --
chair, 2 car seats, other baby items. 1OH50 week trip withnew car and travel
Very reasonable. Call 971-7755. trailer. Share groceries your only cost.
23p53 WAIT TABLES: uli 0r pt-time, am- Leave July 29 return August 19, Call
bitious and willing 428-8326. Black Hart, weekdays 337-5006 Detroit OPEN
AMPEX COMBINATION AM/FM RADIO Sheep Tavern, Manchester, Mich. 27F51
CASSETTE PLAYER. WILL ALSO RE- 29H53_- _1 :15
CORD OFF RADIO OR ANOTHER
STEREO. GREAT CONDITION. ONLY HEALTH PERSONNEL Shown at
10 MOS. OLD. WAS $100.00 NOW $6 Nurses, doctors, dentist, med. techs. 1:30
OR BEST OFFER. IF INTERESTED, nptritini sts, hom reconAomiTcsE andM
CALL SALLY AT 665-5068. dB51 public health majors needed for so-
. phisticated positions in U.S. and 57- AT AT630
TYPEWRITER, portable, Remington 666; countries. All travel, living, and med-
excellent cond., almost unused.$40. ical expenses paid. See ACTION -
Call 663-5175 between 4:30-6 p.m. PEACE CORPS - VISTA Reps., room
21B49 3516, SAB, July 26th and 27th. lIH50
1 _ _ _ _1 - - - - - - - - - _ - -
USED SEARS DEHUMIDIFIER - 20 CLERK-TYPIST, Growth opportunity, 231 S. STATE ST.
quarts, like new. 761-1173. 95B50 $450-500. Bookkeeper, general ledger, 0 Preparation for tests required for DIAL 662-6264
® - - -- -- - - alr n n Ree ionis $2-3.50/r; n nc i do n rita nd nn A .. -.

DOUBLE BED with frame for sale. Call Secretary, shorthand a must, feepaid,
668-6228. 06B50 salary open. Secretary, legal, experien-
FOR SALE-SONY 366 3-head tape deck, ced, salary open. Secretary, medical,
O year old. Also color organ. Call $500-840. Dental .assistant, 20 hr. week,
764- 691 persistenOly.r rg $2.25/hr., fee paid. PERSONNEL SYS-
7_4-___2_ persis____nty___dB__ TEMS, Employment Agency, 1945
COOL OFF those hot summer nights Pauline, 761-5252, 3111511
with a 3/4 ton air-conditioner. Hardly ACTION-PEACE CORPS
ever used, just cleaned. $130. Karen, Needs people with farm backgrounds,
764-0557 or 665-6631. dB48 including 4-H, livestock, crops, F.F.A.,
beekeeping, vineyard, farm mechanics,
HELP WANTED fruit and vegetable production, or
-- well-drilling experience. See Action-
ARTIST NEEDS female model. Pay ne- Peace Corps Reps in Room 3516 SAB,
gotiable 769-3859. 22H51 July 26th and 27th. 09H50

oaion O a ua e ana pro-
fesonal schools
" Six and twelve sesdong roups
" Small groups
* Voluminous material for home
study prepared by experts in
each field
" Lesson schedule can be tailored
to meet individual needs
Summer Sessions
Special Compact Courses
Weekends-Intersessions
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
EDUCATIONAL CENTER
DETROIT BRANCH
21711 W. Ten Mile Rd., Suite 113
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 354-0085
Success Through Education
Since 1938
Branches in principal cities in U.S.
The Tutoring School with the
Nationwide Reputatian

Everyone Welcome!
GRAD
COFFEE
HOUR
Wednesday, July 26
8-10 p.m.
OUTSIDE ON THE TERRACE
RACKHAM
Fun, Food, People
NEW PEOPLE WELCOME!

EMU THEATRE
SUMMER PRODUCTION
PRESENTS
the powerful drama
THE HEIRESS
JULY 27, 28, 29 AT 8:00 P.M.
IN THE AIR CONDITIONED
Quirk Auditorium
Reserved Seats at $2 00
Baa Office Hours 12:45-4:30
Also 7:00-8:00 Performance Nights
FOR RESERVATION DIAL 487-1221

the aInIaror films a a 5 5iv

2 IL I I I I I _tMML A A --A ML

I

I

Li
SICKLE CELL ANEMIA ...
is a presently incurable disease affecting 1 of every 400 Black
Americans. The Sickle Cell trait is carried by 1 of 10 Blacks,
most of whom don't even know they have it. Each time a child
is born of parents both having the trait, it has a 1 in 4 chance
of being born with Sickle Cell Anemia. SHOULD YOU BE
TESTED?
HEALTH SERVICE presently offers the Sickle Cell blood test to
detect the trait and anemia for $2.00 and Dr. Jeffrey Coe will
counsel you on the trait/anemia (763-0276). Watch for a free
Sickle Cell Screening program this September,
Health
Service >ai
WEEKDAYS a
NOON TO N
THREE
763-4384

ANIMATED BEATLES IN GEORGE DUNNING'S
YELLOW SUBMARINE
Design by Heinz Edelman. ELEVEN SONGS!
"Yellow Submarine gave me a new cinematic experience . I've seen it twice and expect to see it
many more times; for it's impossible to comprehend it on one or two viewings . I think it may
come to occupy in the realm of movies the place that Alice in Wonderland and Gulliver's Travels hold
in literature. Yellow Submarine is definitely for the old-as well as the young, and for all age-groups
in between . . . The first time I saw it I wasn't sure it had a story-line so engrossed was I by the
multiplicities with which I was stimulated, visually and sonically, on disparate cultural levels (philo-
sophical, sociological, historical, mythological, psychiatric). The visuals are crudely drawn, but this
makes no difference, for they are imaginative in the best sense of that abused word. They derive, from
Heironymus Bosch, from Salvador Dali and surrealism, from pop art, and contemporary comic strips,
science fiction and madness in general.
'The visuals are puns and allusions that relate to almost as many aspects of human experience as do
the puns in Finnegan's Wake. So many are "throwaway" lines that it's impossible to react fast enough
to catch them all, not to mention pondering them . . . No music ever married visuals more happily.
And no feature-length cartoon ever engrossed eye and ear more harmoniously . . . the story is less
important than the gags, puns, phantasies, and allusions about human experience-past, present, and
future . . . Please see Yellow Submarine more than once "-Henry Hart, Editor, in FILMS IN RE-
VIEW, December 1968 (Publication of the National Board of Motion Pictures, Inc.)
TONIGHT! JULY 25th-ONLY! 7, 8:45 & 10:30 p.m.-35 mm. Color
THURSDAY JEAN COCTEAU'S CLASSIC FANTASY
JULY 27th MW 40y and=The Beas"
7 & 9 p.m exquisite and baroque! First campus showing in 35 mm
TUESDAY, I ANOTHER CHANCE TO SEE KEN RUSSELL'S
AUGUST 1st .-
7 & 9 p.m. with OLIVER REED & ALAN BATES. 5th TIME THIS YEAR!
all showings in AUDITORIUM "A", ANGELL HALL-$1
tickets on sale for ,all of meacis evening's shown at 6 p.m. outaide the auditorium.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan