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PE RSON A L
(It'sgood for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
SAILING THIS SUMMER? Three Ann Arbor gentle-
men seeking interesting female sailing companions
for summer and cruise to Georgian Bay for 10
days in June and July. Sailing experience not abso-
lutely necessary. For further details contact Box
7910. Ann Arbor, 48106. 06F520
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED in Psychology experi-
ment, $2.50/hr. Callt764-565, 9-! 65F518
WE PARTICIPATE in tb/Blue Shield, MESSA
and PCS prescription program. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. pcFtc
CUSTOM T-SHIRTS-We got 'em. Many styles.
Many colors. Lettering available. Also team uni-
forms. The Inn Shop in the Ann Arbor Inn. 8
STUDENT JANITOR, 2 or 4 hrs. a day, mornings,
Mon. thr Fri. See Mr. Gamm at the Michigan
SEMI-TOPLESS WAITRESSES.wanted. Days, call
between 11-7, 434-4500. 29H531
EARN HIGH PAY in public contact work. Must be
mature, able to work well with public. Hours flexible.
To apply, call665-6529 or 761-2015, 9-6 daily. 34H518
WOMEN'SDRUG RESEARCH PROGRAM
Seeks a person with multi-variate data analysis
and MIDAS. Experience with MTF File Editor
desirable. 7-15 hours per week. Call Nancy, 763-
5538 days; 994-8059 evenings. A NON-DISCRIMINA-
TORY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.
WANTED-POETRY Illustrators. Bill Todd, Room
1360 E, School of Education, 764-6816 or 1-878-3712.
NEED PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER, basically
household chores. Wages negotiable. Len Harison.
Call: 971-1600,663-8269. 18H517
SUBJECTS NEEDED for auditory tests. Music
majors or heavy music background preferred. Call
Models and Clerks wanted. Apply in person. 215 S.
Fourth Ave. 57H603
BORED? WORK PART-TIME with a physiclaly
handicapped person in their home. 971-0277, 9 to 5,
DANCERS NEEDED for Ypsilanti Art Theater's
Female Amateur Contest. $500 in prizes. 487-2110.
STAFF NEEDED for Gifted Students Institute. July
9-22, 1978. Positions availble: 1) Seminar leaders
for computers, psychology, creative writing and
photography. 2) Resident counselors to supervise
adolescent students. Salary plus room and board.
University credit available. For more information,
write Michigan Daily, Box 1. 86H518
PROGRAMMEIS, SOFTWARE DESIGNERS.
Summer or permanent full time positions involving
state-of-the-at business applications. High level
language experience required. Knowledge of struc-
tured approaches desired. Send resume and a sam-
ple of your work to: E.J. Gainer & Associates,
Inc . P.OBox M1838, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 91H519
NEED A JOB? Why not officiate Intramural Sports?
Softball, water polo, volleyball. For more informa-
tion, call Sandy Sanders, 7631313. 78H519
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year-round Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-
$1200 monthly, expenses paid, sightseeing. Free
information-Write: BHP Co., Box 4490, Dept. 13.
Berkeley, CA 94704. 71H524
SUMMER HELP-Electronic testing-full-time
through the end of August. Desire EE students,
junior level or higher. Apply in person M-W-F.
Gelman Instruments, 600 5. Wagner, Ann Arbor.
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED for Psychology 'experi-
H ELP W ANTED
ELECTRONICS Technician familiar with micro
processor computers needed full or part time. Call
Steve, (313) 227-2660. 10H519
NEEDED-RIGHT-HANDED MEN AND WOMEN
to participate in an experiment on brain mechanisms
of perception. $5 for two i-hour sessions. Contact
Pat Blackmer, Dept. of Psychiatry, 763-0115. 11H517
WORK STUDY (ONLY) STUDENTS TO WORK AT
MUSEUM OF ART. Two positions at $3.50 an hour
ten hours a week. One position involves light clerical.
work, some typing needed. The other position is
that of sales desk assistant 9-5 Saturdays; 1-5 Sun-
days, selling postcards, catalogues, etc. in the
Museum gift shop. Tremendous opportunity for
exposure to stimulating artwork; congenial atmos-
phere (air-conditioned); delightful co-workers. Call
763-123. - 13H524
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNICIANS
Part-time and summer positions available for air
quality and water quality analysts and sampling
personnel. Positions may lead to permanent position
and career growth in field of environmental control.
Environmental Research Group, Inc. provides en-
vironmental testing and consulting services to indus-
trial and governmental clients.
1. Laboratory analysis of air, water and other
environmental samples for a wide variety of
2. Water quality field sampling projects including
sample collection, weir installation, flow mea-
surements and on-site analysis.
3. Air quality field sampling including sample
collection for a variety of contaminants from
Applicants should submit a resume and/or applica-
tion to the address below. Application forms are
Environmental Research Group, Inc.
117 North First Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 00104
Environmental Research Group, Inc. is an equal
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PETS AND SUPPLIES I
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
watchdogs, good with children. Call 483-5973 after
W TDTO RENT
2BEDROOM, FURNISHED apartment need or
June and July. Contact M. A. Wolf, 764-0314 days.
1 OR 2 BEDROOM apartment on W. Side; Fall.
662-4270, Ellen. dL519
MI SCE L LANE OUS
WANTED FOR DONATION-Camper stove, refrig-
erator, small cabinets. Call Lance, Joe, 668-7142.
USED CA RS
'72 SAAB-Front wheel drive, rack and pinion,
no rust, FM stereo 71 000 miles. 662-4057. 97N518
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
AVAILABLE June 1 through August. Own room RALEIGH'S MEN'S 3 speed DL-1 24" frame. Black,
for female in 2-bedroom apartment, Old West Side. condition $100 and negotiable. 663-1966 en
Must like cats. $92.50 plus utilities. 769-4506. 03U519 s.1
SUMMER SUBLET-Beautiful upstairs house ROOMMATES
apartment, fully furnished, with modern kitchen,
near campus Rent negotiable, prefer quiet grad FOR FALL-Need a professional, friendly, fun-
student. Call76-964peristently.loving woman, mid-20's or -30's to share a deluxe,
JULY-AUGUST, 2-bedroom apartment, furnished, 2-bedroom apartment in Ann Arbor. Share of rent
westside WestlPark. 994-1673 or 662-8621. 93U519 equals $152.50/month. Lease begins August. Pes-
simists and neatness addicts need not apply. Call
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$100/mo. June 1-August31.994-3065. 79U517
HUGE CORNER BEDROOM to sublet. Starting BARGAIN CORNER
dateflexible. 761-4225. 84U517
JUNE-AUGUST. One bedroom in 4 bedroom coed
basement apartment. $55/month, State and Packard. Second Serve Sportswear
668-8692. 59U513 WIND BREAKERS
1 &2-bedroom apartments
Furnished, on-campus locations
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS, R EPA IRS
USED5STRING BANJO. Call769-1400. pcXtc
ROAD, EARTH, Fender amps.; SM and PE micro-
phones; Gibson RD, Les Paul guitars and more.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. pcXtc
USED MARTIN D-18 with case, like new. Call
Don, 761-9431. peXtc
USED MARTIN D-18 with case, like new. Call
Don, 761-9431. pcXtc
PEVEY BASS AMP., 200 watts, one 15 in. speaker.
Call Dennis, 761-9431. peXtc
BANJO. ALSO GUITAR with hard case. David, ~
MOONLIGHT MADNESS SALE this Friday 5 'til
lb. Bring in this ad and save $20 on any purchase
over$149. ApolloMusicCenter, 323S. Main. cX519
GIBSON EB-2 BASS GUITAR, Fender Precision
bass guitar, Rickenbacker amp. Apollo Music
Center, 323S. Main. peXtc
CLASSICAL GUITARS-40% off list. 665-7348.
1LOOKING FOR STEREO? Try Academic Audio for
the lowest prices in town. 665-3151, ask for John.
406 E. Liberty at Division
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
May 21, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road-225 dealers,
everything guaranteed. FEATURING: A-15 Pr.
Potty chairs w/ orig gold stenciling; pine blanket
chest, dovetailed, w/ triangulated graining; CHAN-
DELIER, circular TIN w/ 10 kerosene lights; comb
case QUEEN ANNE w/ mirror, orig black point;
collection fine WINDSORS; A-33 SCHOENHUT ANI-
MALS: A-36-37 Chestnut FLASK, Mid-western
origin, 10 diamond point, deep amber; B-3 Maple
QUEEN ANNE CHAIR; Maple QUEEN ANNE tea
table; primitive oil, vivid color; FEDERAL Period
andirons; B-9 & C-33 TOOLS; B-16 superior country
formal MAHOGANY candlestand, R.I. 1770-90; fan-
back WINDSOR side chair, good form, green paint
probably CONN. 18 C; B-19I g coil IRONSTONE-
TEA LEAF; B-16 PENN bench table; C-8 OHIO
primitive w/ VanSickle provenance; C-12 colt
AMORIAL EXPORT PORCELAIN c.1770; Chinese-
blue & white, AMARI, CANTON; C-17 4 sm ESKIMO
art pictures-Paul Patkatch; C-22 JEWELRY-
SILVER inet, set candlesticks w/ matching tray
"Repousee" F.Kirk 1916; D-5 unusuat PENN dry
sink w/ sliding doors/old red; D-12 19th C playpen
prob. AMISH; D-13 N.Y. crock cupbd, old green
over orig red, STONEWARE; D-16 early kitchen
cabinet / tin spice drawers; D-23 ice cream 4
chocolate molds, early FURNITURE; D-34 Ameri-
can & European CLOCKS restored & warranted,
dome top trunks; F-6 FLASK, Ravenna Glass Co.,
Traveler's companion, amber, qt.; F-16 PATTERN
GLASS & SOUVENIR SPOONS; F-19 BOOKS, best
of HENRY J. CARR collection. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (you
may come anytime after 5 a.m. when dealers come
to set-up). 31W519