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Wednesday, May 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

get the job done
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HELP WANTED
EARN EXTRA $ during the semes-
ter. Register for the Psychology
Subject Pools. 764-4209/763-1101 (9-
4:30). 48H515
NANTED - MIME for slide film.
Theatre and/or Dance background
essential. Travel. Call Phil at 769-
6711. 24H516
ALASKA PIPELINE BOOM! Infor-
mation on construction and non-
construction jobs in Alaska and on
the pipeline-wages, addresses, qual-
ifications - the true story from
Alaska. $5.00. Denal Information
Service, P.O. Box 1763, Anchorage,
AK., 99510. 98H529
FOR SALE
MEN'S 10-SPEED BICYCLE
27" frame, less than 1 yr. old. $75.
994-6062. 25B515
QUEENSIZE WATERBED frame for
sale. Call Marla, 769-9329. 05B516
UPRIGHT EVERGREENS, dig your
own, 2-6 ft. $2 each. 761-4942. 08B514
BOOK SALE
Sat., May 17. Books 50c, 9-4
Mon.,,May 19. Books 10c, 9-9
Friends of Ann Arbor Public Library
11B517
BIKES, SCOOTERS
ONE REGULAR 18" 2-wheel bicycle,
$15. One 3-speed racer, 26", $45. 663-
6348. 29Z515
1966 HONDA 90, $150. Call 668-6772
7-8 p.m. only. 172516
HONDA CL350. Excellent condition.
Must sell. 761-9207. 10Z517
FOR SALE-Tandem bicycle, $40.
Good condition. 971-6983. 12Z514
NORTON 750-1973, 8,000 miles, like
new. Dave, 665-2737. 92Z517
REAL ESTATE
JUST REDUCED $1500. Ypsilanti
near -Ford Lake. 3-bdrm., brick
ranch. Full basement, 1% baths,
built-in kitchen,b2% car garage,
fenced backyard on cul-de-sac.-Ex-
cellent schools and neighborhood.
$28,400. 482-1955. 9OR517
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-10 speed bike. Price ne-
gotiable. Call persistently, 994-0174.
dK317
CHEAP 3 - SPEED MAN'S BIKE(S)
wanted. Call 769-7824 between 5-7
p.m. ONLY. Thank you! dK
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Silver ring on Monroe near
S. Division. Call and identify.
Cheryl, 761-6084. dA515
FOUND-Set of keys on Oakland
near Arch, 5-11-75. Call Tony, 761-.
5857 evenings. dA515

BUSINESS SERVICES
GUITAR LESSONS - Folk, rock,
blues, jazz, classical. Flatpicking
and fingerpioking. $5/hr. $3.50/1b hr.
Beginners welcome. Cll Duncan
Soul, 407-0437. 28J517
TYPING, fast, accurate. 973-2776.
14J528
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple;
112 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 am.-
10 p.m. cJtc
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
cJtc
MASSAGES in your home or mine.
Reasonable rates. -665-5635. 01J515
MOVING
Low rates. Don & Dan. 668-8807.
cJ625
PERSONAL
ADVISE on getting U-M in-state
residency Monday, May 19, 7:30 p.m.,
Legal Aid Office, 4310 Union. 00F517
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. cFtc
LAST DAY today. 11 a.m.-12:30 a.m.
Billiards at reduced rates. U-M
Union, open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat., 1
p.m. Sundays. cF514
10 ENLARGERS, Beseler, Omega, Vi-
vitar, available for rent with chemi-
cals. Phone 668-6244. Art Worlds,
213%2 S. Main, Ann Arbor, cF520
LSAT-GRE-MCAT-DAT
Money back guaranteed
test preparation
Your first lesson free
THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
cF611
FOR COMPLETE information on
summer employment in the'state of
Michigan, send $2 to the Active Em-
ployment Services of Michigan. P.O.
Box 981, Southfield, Michigan 48075.
34F522
if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

PERSONAL'
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES. Tues-
days and Thursdays. Sign up now,
Union Lanes. M Pin bowling all
summer. Open 11 am.Mon.-Sal.,
1 p.m. Sundays. cF517
ANYONE who purchased a car from
Bill Walz at Overseas Motors end
might like to help in my law case,
please contact Rick, 761-3518. 82F514
YOUR RESUME personally prepared
and distributed to over 1,000 em-
ployers in your field! Less than 3c
per employer for total service! Free
info, write RESPONSE RESUME
AIDS, Box 82943-A19, San Diego, CA.
92138. 14F514
NATIONAL Medical Boards Prep
courses are being offered for all 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
EXPERIMENTAL TRAINING work-
shop in Gestalt and "here and now"
approaches to counseling & groups.
Richard Kempter, 662-4826. 32F514
PROFESSIONAL HAIR care services
and products. U-M Stylists at the
Union. cF516
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. cFtc
IRENT IT !
I TV's
Stereos
Air Conditioners
HI-FI STUDIO
215 ASHLEY-668-7942
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Page Nine
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Wednesday, May 14 the Registrar's Office will allow re-
fund for a 50 per cent Withdrawal.
Day Calendar June 19, 1975 (4:00 p.m. is the last
date for the Sring Summer Term
WUOM: Nat'l Town Meeting -- when the Registrar's Office will
Live coverage, panel discusion, allow refund for a 50 per cent With-
"Where Is the Women's Movement drawal.
Headed?" with Betty Friedan, foun-
der & past president, NOW, & Rep. July 17, 1975 (4:00 p.m.) is the last
Marjorie Holt, 10:30 am. date for the Summer Half Term
when the Registrar's Office will:
General Notices a. Accept the Student 100 per
cent Withdrawal Notice for refund
Attention all students receiving purposes. (Excluding a $50.00 disen-
veterans educational benefits: If rollment fee).
you will attend Summer Half b. Allow refund for the student
Term, 1975 & wlh to receIve ad- who reduces hours of course credit.
vance payment on your benefIts July 24, 1975 (4:00 p.m.) ts the
plese complete requestOfc 51n last date for the Summer Half Term
Veterans rfc ' 1 when the Registrar's Office will al-
LSA by May 20.,o eudfra 0prcn ih
May 22, 1975 (5:00 p.m.) is the last low refund for a 0 per gent with-
date for the Spring Half Term and drawaL
the Spring Summer Term when the
Registrar's Office will:
a. Accept the student 100 per DR. PAUL USLAN
cent Withdrawal Notice for refund
purposes. (Excluding a$50.00 disen- Optometrist
rollment fee),
b. Allow refund for the student Pul) Concoct Lens Servite
whoreduces hours of course credit. Visual Examinations
May 29, 1975 (4:00 p.m.) is the last 548 Church 663-2476
date for the Spring Half Term when
FOCUS: Workshops for
Human Development
THESIS SUPPORT GROUPS
Are you running out of energy or becoming stuck on
some phase of planning or doing your thesis? We see
thesis support groups as providing an atmosphere in
which people give and receive support, think through
thesis hang-ups, and help each other rediscover energy
and excitement.
Small groups have been meeting for several months
and would welcome additional members; or, new groups
may be formed. There is no fee for participating. Infor-
mation and applications available at Couselinq Services
Office, 304 Michiqan Union, 764-8437.
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Live on North Campus?
COME TO
CANCER
INFORMATION
DAY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 14th
2364 Bishop
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
(continuously)
Films- -Brochures-nform ation
Public Invited Drop in Any Time.
sponsored by UM Commission for Women
and the American Cancer Society

Wes Wolverine can play pool, ping pong, do his laundry,
watch color TV, and practice the piano at University
Towers Apartments.
2 or 4 month
spring-summer leases
evnuerSi )O r
536 S. Forest Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Phone (313) 761-2684

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