Wednesday May 26 1976
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1972 BSA, single cylinder. Excel-
lent condition. 3000 miles. 995-236.
1972 BMW R60/5, excellent condi-
tion. 10,000 miles. 763-6936, M-F
after 7 p.m. 87Z528
Bottecchia Deluxe 10-speed bicycles.
$109.50. All Sport, 663-2233. 69610
HARPSICHORD. French style. By
Builder. 761-6681. 97B628
WOMEN'S THREE SPEED BICYCLE.
GOOD CONDITION, VERY CHEAP.
CALL NANCY AT 764-0560 BE-
TWEEN 10-2. dB528
Raleigh pro 23%4", 1 mo. old, $500.
Titleist golf clubs $100. Davis Classic
$30. Royal Typewriter $40. Ohm
speakers $175. Pine dresser $20. Two
framed oriental prints $20. Small
electric heater $15. New down coat,
men's small, $25. Steve 761-9523.
FREE TO good home. 3 year old
spayed Cock-a-Poo. Call 995-0980.
MOVING SALE-Fri, and Sat. 5/21-
22, 9-5. 4761 Dexter-Pinckney Rd.,
426-2212 - Sofabed, d e s k, tables,
dresser, kitchen goods-cheap.
IBM CORRECTING Selectric, dual
pitch, long carriage, film ribbon,
immaculate cond. $700. 437-6066.
5 CUBIC FOOT Refrigerator. BIG.
Practically new. $100 or best offer.
9958609 after 6:00. 66B526
MARTIN SALE now in progress.
Get yours at a discount price. See
Don, Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Lifework sponsors a WEEKEND
WORKSHOP/CAMPOUT for MEN.
Interpersonal group & campoutL
June 18, 19, 20 sliding scale fee.
Contact Richard Kempter, 995-0088
& leave a message or Michael Andes
WANTED-sensitive adult to provide
temporary housing for youth in
crlsIs, a comfortable couch is all
you need. Call Punkin at Oone
House, 769-6540. 18F630
BOWLING and Pinball open I p.m.,
Sat.-Mon. at the Union, c29
ORIENTAL FEMALE housekeeper for
traveling executIve Reed depend-
able prson for 3 or 4 hours per
Week-excellent remuneration plus
other gratuties, Write Daly, Bo 22
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
Today, in direct response to one of
my ietters, I will answer seriously.
Many people today are concerned
about the destruction of our envi-
ronment as a result of modern tech-
nology. One such individual wrote
"that if industry continues at its
present rate, in 15 years there will
simply not be enough energy pro-
duction." At this point I agree.
yet he states further that "nature
fanatics" overprotected the environ-
ment by forcing the shut-down of
a nuclear plant for "shaky reasons."
Personally I consider the safety of
society to be more than a shaky
reason. Granted nuclear power will
be necessary eventually, but not
before there are sufficient safe-
guards; as yet, there are not. I
would welcome any further com-
ment upon the subject. It needs
to be pursued, but not only by
talk in the clssifleds. Debbie, c/o
Box 21. Thanks for reading and
SPECIAL RATES for the weekend.
Billards at $1 per hour. Open I
p.m. Sat.-Mon. at the nion.
FREE CIDER AND COOKIES
International Center cider hours
continue through Spring and Sum-
mer every Friday 3-5 p.m. Interna-
tional Center Lounge. Across from
South Quad. 17F529
TA's/RA's/SA's-What did the ori-
ginal American revolutionaries do
when faced with the choice between
non-representation, and collective
acion against oppression? Like
George III, the University Admin-
istration wants to determine your
economie future, whether you like
it or not. Interested in continuing
the revolution this fall? Send name,
address, dept. phone no. to GEO/
YES, 514 E. William, Ann Arbor,
48108, or phone 995-0221. 98F628
BIG weekend coming up. UM Styl-
ists at the Union. Dave, Harold and
Chet. Open regular hours through
SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS
Today, and once every week, our
candy-coated heroine will get a
break from the horrors of everyday
life and get a chance to lay back
for a well deserved rea. Various
persons will get a chance to share
splendor in the grass with AML. If
you want to be the one, write to
Box 5, Michigan Daily. Each week
our guest star will be chosen from
all the requests we get, so let us
hear from ya.
GOING Coss-country July 1: Look-
ing for someone to share expenses,
driving and provide camping gear
roundtrip. Call 995-5197. 99F529
DRUMMER WANTED--Group of in-
termediate jazz musiclians interested
1n Jamming on a recgular basis for
fu and0 pogress. Call Lenny. 95-
9805, Leigh 994-1104. 06F29
I SHOULD LIKE to meet an intel-
ligent, cultivated woman who likes
sherry, non-trivial conversation, ear-
ly music and possibly, Thomas Car-
lyle's prose, who bathes regularly,
wears shoes, and avoids using such
expressions as "outta sight," For
sure" and "like-ya know?"; who re-
gards psyrhiodynamaic theories s
tiresome drivel; whose hobbies do
not include smoking dope, playing
frisbee, or collecting social dis-
eases; and finally, who is not ter-
ribly worried about the fact that
Red Dye No. 3 causes hemmroids
in lobsters. Call 769-1293. 01F528
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
LUNCH at Canterbury House, 12
noon to 2 p.m. CHANGE: Monday-
Friday in May. In June on THURS-
DAYS ONLY, June 3, 10, 17 and
24. We provide the place and bev-
erages. YOU bring your lunch.
OPEN TILL 1 A.M. Union bowln,
Pinball and Billiards, cF21
WCC STUDENT seeks dating with
congenial U of M girls. Phone Louis
at 482-5543. 34F529
MORE OR LESS intermediate tennis
player looking for someone to give
her lessons. Call Amy at 665-7941
after 8 p.m, 94F526
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through Be havi or Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY, 80
ace wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
swinming, c a n o e In g, peniclng,
canping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from: Bloods, 2005 Penn-
craft,Ann Arbor, Milb. 4103. 84F525
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and used. 665-7348, 429-9241. cFtc aents now beiay accepted
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