Saturday, May 24, 1975
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YAMAHA EM/150 amp-mixer, -75
atts/h. $400. Twoa esro-piano
pick-ups, $50. 665-2423. . 73X531
USED ViLINS-Godfor starter.
$89.50. Apoilo Music Center. 769-
lUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zildjian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-0009 after 6
USED FENDER, superb reverb with
4 10" speakers. Apollo Music Center,
323 S. Man. cXtc
STUDENT WORKING on Detroit
Free Press this summer needs ede
to and com Detroi daily, Will
Soare all expenses. Call Sara at 6-
9265 or 764-0553 persistently. dG524
SPANISH TUTOR. Native speaker,
groduae studet,, teaching exper-
ece. 663-8623. , 6507
'RAISED BARTENDER DESIRES
part-time (15-30 hrs./wk,) position
or summer and falL Pay is open
to discussion. Call Dave at 764-0560
1-4 p.m. or 994-0413 after 6 p.m.
NICE, big. fun-loving Jewish boy
wises to hmeet nice, unattached
gSir, Jwish or otherwise. Write c/n
Box 23, Michigan Daily, Ann Arbor
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - WHITE CAT. Geddes-
Awixa vicinity. Call 662-1615. dA529
FOUND on State St. near Ann on
Thursday, May 22 at 8:00 p.m.-A
bunch of keys-several colors-on
a non-descript ring. If you think
it's yours, call Rob at 764-0552.
FOUND - GM trunk key outside
tsaysarrd House 519. Call 764-0551
-days, rok foe C. dA524
LOST-Princeton "1973" Class ring
with aqua-marine stone. Reward
offered. Contact Alan, 994-0289 per-
EDITORIAL assistance, dissertation,
article, book, article. Howard Rontal,
'YPING Fast, accurate, 50e pg. 663-
WANTED on coninment-Arts and
Handicratfs. Will consider outright
purchases. For Saginaw Shop open-
tmg in September.
17 Valentine Ct.
Michigan 48603 903524
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
TYPING, fast, accurate. 973-2776.
TYPING diting, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple,
812 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.m. cJtct
RESUME PR I N TI N G SERVICE.
rwenty copies each typedcerrorfree
n IBM computer printer. Send
7295 and resume to: FE.E., P.O.
Box 1866, Midland, Mi. 48640. 12J529
Low rates. 663-7690 or 668-8807.
DISSERTATION editin Textrl,
c romatical, stylistic advice by
Erglish doctoral students on any
writing. 62-5912, 663-5547, or 665-
2-BEDROOM APT. also rooms. 971-
1246 or 663-7990. 72E528
MASSAGE classes - Irntroductory
class ($2) posponed until May 28
due to beautiful weather. For more
information, call Warren Shear, 769-
7508 isupprtimebest). 77F528
WOMAN WANTED. Good ntured;
sensitive; Intelligent; over 21. I'm
sicecre. Passionate after mutual
trust. Background includes music;
art: scietrce; environmental advo-
tcry. Love to dance; massage; learn;
camp; play music . .. Please write
Richard at Daily Box 1. 50F52
NUTCRACKER Arrived safe in0
Tokyo. Wish ol were here. Have a
good B-duty dinner tomorrow. Lav2,
YOUNG MAN desires o meet cyoung
u0o,0an. Richard, 663-5877. 86F524
ARE YOU interesed in serving as
a graduate student member of the
new Adisory Committee for the
Deanship of the LS&A College?
Rackham Student Government is
soliciting five graduate student
nominations or one psition on
the Advisory ;Committee. Women
and minority graduate students are
encouraged to apply. The new Coso-
mittee will assist and counsel Pres-
ident Fleming and the Regents first
in determining qualities and exper-
lence necessary for a new Dean of
the LS&~A College, second, compile
a list of suitable cndidates, and
third, help determine a final panel
of candidates for the position. Ap-
plications for graduate nomination
to this Committee are available in
Room 2006 Rackham Building, Mon-
day-Friday afternoons, May 25-30.
(763-5272). Only goaduate students
registered for '75-76 U-M school
year need apply. 62F530
PASSPORT PHOTOS are takn Wed.
6 p.m. at the Daily. Call 764-0552,
ask for Steve or Pauline. dF24
RATHER be traveling abroad but
spending Spring in Ann Arbor in-
stead? Learn about other countries.
Boacd at an Interrtionl Co-op.
Tom or Carl, 761-745. 0F524
STUDENT CHARGE accounts avail-
able at The Vilage Apothecary,
1112 So. University. c~tc
Money rac uaranteed
Free First Lesson-June 8
THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
Earn up to 8 hours
U-M Transfer Credit
216 So. State St.
UNON BILLIARDS and HOWLING.
Open 'tilI 1 a.m. Fri. & Sat., 12:30
a.m. Sun.-Thurs. cF524
High Quality at
The COPY MILL
211 B So. State
NEEDED --CONVERSATION PART-
NERS for Spring and Summer to
speak English, 1 hr. wk. with Eng-
lish Institute students. Exchange
of Spanish, Japanese,7Arabic and
Farsi possible. Call 704-2415 8-12,
1-5 daily. 23F524
GESTALT ARTS WORKSHOP. Un-
lock creativity through use of ma-
terials and Gestalt with Bernie and
Henriet Mek. May 30-June 1; $35.
For info or registration call Michael
Andes (662-2801) or Catherine Lilly
SPECIAL this weekend. Sat.. Sun. &
Mon. at the Union. Reduced rates
fo billiards and bowling, open 1
NATIONAL Medical Boards Prep
courses arebeing offered forall 3
parts of the NMB. The Stanley H.
Kaplan courses offered have been
extremely successful for all NMB,
ECFMG and Flex exams. For infor-
mation call 354-0085. cFtc
Dissertation g1uality. Locationt In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
American citizens leave ..Laos
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of luggage each some brought
along tennis rackets, teddy
bears and souvenirs. One elder-
ly American woman carried a
tiny -mongrel dog in her hand-
OTHER women complained
they had to leave all their pets
An American official said,
"the Laos don't know what
they're doing. This will hit them
hard. There's a common say-
ing that USAID was the second
largest employer in the coun-
try after the government."
A U. S. Embassy spokesman
said recently that about 3,000
Laotians were employed by the
U.S. AID program.
The first 18 American women
evacuated were generally som-r
ber as they left their bus cara-
van and a truck, piled high with
200 pieces of baggage was load-
ed into the plane for Bangkok.
Each woman and child was al-
lowed to take along 66 pounds
THE SENIOR AID official
evacuated from Savannakhet,
Sanford Stone of Cleveland, said
that seven right-wing Laotian
officers wanted for corruption
by student radicals in Savan-
nakhet apparently have "jump-
ed on the left-wing bandwagon"
Pilot head named
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University of Newfoundland,
her master's degree at Duke
University, and a doctorate de-
gree in Asian history at the Uni-
versity of London.
Expressing a strong interest
in "living-learning situation,"
Morrow praised the Pilot Pro-
gram for its "sense of com-
Continued Morrow, "The
ideal learning situation is one
where you can apply learned
principles to your daily living."
"I'M extremely interested in
the job," Morrow said, noting
that she would make her de-
cision 'probably sometime
DR. PAUL USLAN
Full Contact Lens Service
' Vsual Examinations
548 Church 663-2476
She explained that Housing
Area Director Gerald Burk-
house, Psychology Professor
Donald Brown, who was on the
selection committee, and Feld-
kamp had all contacted her in
regards to the Pilot position.
However, Burkhouse and
Brown refused comment yester-
day when asked whether Mor-
row was tapped for the job. Said
Burkhouse, "I can't make any
comments. It would be entirely
OPEN TILL 1 A.M.
FRI. & SAT.
or think they have.
"I think maybe they can hold
out for about a week," said
Stone, who was evacuated along
with 13 other Americans Thurs-
day night after nine days of
house arrest and "increasing
unpleasantness" from students
who took over the Mekong Riv-
THE STUDENTS, who took
over the town after ransacking
the U. S. aid office May 14, ask-
ed Uou Peth to take charge.
Stone said "I think he figured
he had no place to go and might
as well play ball."
For the Student Body:
Big Bells ... $14.50
Regular Bells $13.50
BootJean . . $12.25
Straight Leg $12.25
State St. at Liberty
SH UMP H REY BOG A RT W E EK END