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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 13-Page 9

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USED CARS
'67 PONTIAC GP. Good transportation, clean, $275.
668-7470 r665-0724. 26N21
'68 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE, Sports Steering,
Console. Asking$950. 662-125or763-437- 24N715
TRANSPORTATION SPECIAL, '67 Volks. Body
damaged, engine good working condition. $225,
negotiable._1-352-3427 after 6. 23N721
'71 MBG, needs work, cheap. 663-7155 7 days a
week, non togp.m. __ cNtc
'68 RAMBLER-Reasonable condition, $100 firm.
995-3456late nights. 02N714
AMC GREMLIN 1974, excellent condition. 665-0705.

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over 225 dealers, everything uarant for authen
ticity. FEATURING: A-2 castonized LAMPS, an-
tique bases/new shades: A-3 18 & 19 C FURN, RARE
primatives & woodenware: A-4 TOM E. PAYNE,
Canton, Ohio- A-15AMER CHIPPENDALE carved
cherry swing leg table; PINETAVERN TABLE, pin
.op button foot: WINDSORS incl. side chair w/bow
back old green: slat back rocker prig paint: A-18 R.
APGAR, PITTSTOWN, N.J.: A-23 early 19C pastel
PAINTING of child holding doll: A-26 Knife blade
ANDIRONS C. 1780; AMER. PEMBROKE table
walnut, w/unusual cross stretcher, c. 1800;
SHERATON card table, mahogany, prob. centen-
nial: B-5 CARPENTERS TOOL CHEST, AVON-
DALE, PENN, also sewing acres.: B-7 FINE
PRIMATIVES-QUILTS, pitcher & bowl SHENAN-
DOAH POTTERY-J. EBERLY: B-5, B-10, B-34, C-
33 TOOLS: B-16 PENN. high chest, c 1820 cherry
w/inlay; PINE HUTCH TABLE; BUTTERNUT
chest: B-19 IRONSTONE-TEA LEAF: B22 DAVE
& SUE CUNNINGHAM, DENVER, PENN.: B-32
AMER. CHIPPENDALE table, walnut,
PHILADELPHIA, c 1750 100% as found: C-12 MAN-
DARIN plate c 1806, pr lg oriental JARDINIERS,
AMARI. CANTON: C-32 BLANKET. CHEST, C
1760-70, SOUTHE RN (loblolly) PINE: D-5
SHERATON chest sm size, all orig: D-10 MARY
SNYDER, REINHOLDS, PENN: D-23 PRINTS &
mats: D-24 PEWTER 18 & early 19 C: E-5
BLANKET CHEST, 2/draw orig. red & green: E-33
grain bin orig green; marsh DECOY feeding goose;
F-19 CARRIAGE CLOCKS: F-34 LAMPS: F-42 coll.
BUTTONS various materials, depicting animals,
scenes, figures; coll. pattern glass GOBLETS: W
canopy No. 3 PEWTER 'INCL. Thomas S. Derby
TEAPOT, spoons; W canopy No. 6 PENN dry sink
old blue, pie safe: 8 am-4 pm (come anytime after 5
am)12M714
Use Daily Classifieds

N.B.: Eoch group of characters counts 0s one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
WANTED: 5 tickets for September 23, 1978, Univer (this includes telephoe eurhers)
sity of Michigan/Notre Dame Football Game. Call 8 lines equals 1 inch 7 words per line
Collect after 8:00 pm to Mr. G. Petersen (312)
381-8&39. 19Q720
ROOMMA TEBKES A ND SCOOTERS BR'WA C NE
FEMALE-grad or working, mature; quiet; neat;
non-smoker (including grass)-to share furnished 1977 Yamaha 750-2D, Faring Custom seat, mags, 2 SecondServeTennis Wear
two bedroom apartment, North Campus area-2 new tires. $2200 or best offer. Dan, 485-2968 or 663- FACTORY-OUTLET PRICE S
utilities-no pets-Call Cathy,995-4863evenings. 7982.47137006E. Liberty nearDivision
NSPORTATION Read and Use
female to ride with me. Call Nancy 616-930-144 Dafter July-August: Single, nice house, close to campus.
6:00. 99G713 662-70066. 21U715
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
Used Slingerland drum set-5 piece. Call Larry, 761-
9431. pcXtc
KEYBOARD PLAYER looking for rock band.
Progressive minded; have own equipment. Call
662-7342. 00X713
Used Gibson SG-old pick ups. Call Don, 761-9431.
eXtc
Used Brinkerhoff baby grand piano. $950. Apollo
Music Center, 323S. Main St., 769-1400. cXtc
CLASSICAL GUITARS-40% off list. 665-7348.
cXtc
DRUM-Tumba and stand, $100. 761-4411. 84X744 MN

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