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STUDENT WORKING on Deteoit
Free Press this summer needs side
to and from Detroit daily. Will
share all expenses. Call Sara at 685-
9265 or 764-0553 persistently. dsG514
GOING to Colorado sometime in
the next few weeks? Need someone
to transport soose stuff. Debby, 665-
0803 after 6. dP516
USED FENDER, superb reverb with
4 10" speakers. Apollo Music Center,
323 S. Main. cXtc
BASS G U I T A R and amplifier.
Cheap. Call Tom, 663-9287. 27X517
USED VIOLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
YAMAHA EM/150 amp-mixer, 75
watts/ch. $500. Two Maestro piano
pick-ups. $100. 665-2423. 31X520
TENOR SAX--Used Selmer( excel-
lent condition, $400. Steve, 66-5635,
FOR SALE-Tandem bicycle, $40.
Good condition. 971-6983. 56E516
ONE REGULAR 18" 2-wheel bicycle,
915. One 3-speed racer, 26", $45, 663-
1966 HONDA 090, $150. Call 668-6772
7-8 p.m. only. 172516
HONDA CL350. Excellent condition.
Must sell. 761-9207. 102517
NORTON 750-1973, 8,000 miles, like
new. Dave, 665-2737. 95517
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - Decent used baseball
shoes, size 8 or 8%. 769-3507, Gary,
GOOD OFFER for good used tele-
vision. Call 662-0137. 50K516
WANTED-10 speed bike. Price ne-
gotiable. Call persistently, 994-0174.
CHEAP 3 -SPEED MAN'S BIKE(S)
wanted. Call 769-7824 between 5-7
p.m. ONLY. Thank yout dK
DR. PAUL USLAN
Full Contact Lens Service
548 Church 663-2476
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND on 5/13-A pair of sun-
glasses on bench in Peoples Plaza.
Call 761-7277 fter 6 p.m. dA520
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
GUITAR LESSONS - Folk, rock,
blues, jazz, classical. Flatpicking
and fingerpicking. $5/hr. $3.50/% hr.
Beginners welcome. Call Duncan
Soul, 487-9437. 32J517
TYPING, fast, accurate. 973-2776.
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple,
812 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.m. cJtc
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
MASSAGES in your home or mine.
Reasonable rates. 665-5635. 01J515
Low rates. Don & Dan. 668-8807.
MASSAGE CLASSES sarting May 19-
21. For more information, see
posters on campus or call Warren,
769-7500 (suppertime best). 51F517
M.D., 36, WANTS to get married.
Would like to meet attractive, in-
telligent girl 18-28. If interested,
please send picture and information
to 3217 Overland Ave., No. 8101, Los
Angeles, Cal. 90034. 45F517
ANNUAL pIAMOND SALE-Now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151
ADVISE on getting U-M in-state
residency Monday, May 19, 7:30 p.m.,
Legal'Aid Office, 4310 Union. 00F517
PROFESSIONAL HAIR care services
and producta. U-M Stylists at the
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES. Tues-
days and Thursdays. Sign up now.
Union Lanes. M Pin bowling all
summer. Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat.,
1 p.m. Sundays. cF57
NATIONAL Medical Boards Prep
courses are being offered for all 3
partos of thebNMB. The Stanley H.
Kaplan courses offered have been
extremely successful for all NMB,
ECFMG and Flex exams. For infor-
mation call 354-0085. cFtc
Money Back Guaranteed
Your First Lesson Free
THE TEST CENTER-662-3700
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
611 CHURCH STREET
ANN ARBOR 48104
in business interview trips
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
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.
15 ENLARGERS, Beseler, Omega, Vi-
vitar, available for rent with chemi-
cals. Phone 668-6244. Art Worlds,
213%2 S. Main, Ann Arbor. eF520
WASHINGTON (MP -- Ameri-
can Telephone & Telegraph Co.
(AT&T) plans to pay an addi-
tional $2.5 million to correct
widespread deficiencies in the
way it has carried out a job dis-
crimination settlement with the
The Labor Department said
most of the payments will be
distributed to women. AT&T
said about 2,50 women and mi-
nority group employes will re-
ceive checks ranging from
$125 to $1,500.
THE COMPANY agreed to the
settlement after a special gov-
ernment coordinating commit-
tee found that 17 of the Bell
System's operating agencies
failed to recruit, hire, train and
promote women and minority
group members in compliance
with a 1973 agreement.
AT&T agreed to pay $45 mil-
lion in 1973 and $301 million in
1974 as a result of govern-
ment findings that some em-
ployes were victims of sex dis-
"Some Bell employes who
should have benefitted from the
original decree had experienced
no improvement in their em-
ployment," said William J. Kil-
berg, Labor Department solici-
THE NEW order provides a
mechanism for them to "catch
up to where they should be, and
to compensate them for the de-
lay," Kilberg said. The company
also agreed to spend some of
the money for special efforts to
recruit and train female and
male minority group employes.
The agreement signed by AT-
&T and the government was
submitted to a U. S. District
Court in Philadelphia Tuesday
for its approval. The Bell Sys-
tem had disagreed with the
charges of noncompliance and
had contended that a good faith
effort had been made to meet
the objectives established in the
original consent decree
Used, Fine and Scholarly Books
316 S. STATE-994-4041
Open Mon.-Fri. 11-9,
RTT required. COBOL 60 simulator and dosimetry pre-
ferred. This position is for our new 210-bed acute care
hospital located in the Toledo suburb of Sylvania, Ohio.
We offer excellent frince benefits and salary commensurate
with experjence. For further information contact:
STUART AUBREY, Personnel Director
FLOWER HOSPITAL, 5200 Harroun Road
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
IN THEIR MICHIGAN DEBUT
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SUN. & MON. $2.00
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