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Raleigh pro 23111, 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 701-9523.
MOVING SALE - Beautiful plants
and other misc. items. 100 Fairview.
Sat., May 29, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 24W528
FOR SALE: Unvos Amp. $125. Pi-
snon$150, 005-5946. 16X27
MARTIN SALE now , in progress.
Get yours at a discount price. See
Don, Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
7TH ANN ARBOR Medieval Festival.
Open meetings June 1st & 2nd. 7:30
Kuenel Room, Michigan Union.
WANT TO move to NYC/LI at end
of June? Share costs of truck rental,
driving, gas. Call Robin, 995-1530.
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
First off, hello, and secondly I'd
like to add something else to the
recommendation of good dancing
and drinking spots in Ann Arbor.
How's about the new Jackson Road
Logging Company. I've been there
and they play great disco music and
serve excellent, big drinks. It's 2800
Jackson Rd. Today, I have another
request; that New York City be de-
clared the disaster capitol of the
world. Sorry, ex-friend of the clas-
sifieds, I can't comply-that's where
I'm from. Can't you stili hear my
prayers for the Mets? Well, nothing
really excling today so I'llj ust
sign off. Waiting to hear from y'all.
Debbie c/o Box 21 Michigan Daily.
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
BOWLING and Pinball open 1 p.m.,
Sat.-Mon. at the Union. cF329
THE ADVENTURES OF ANE
(AML's younger sister)
As You won't remember our hero-
ine, ANE has just headed for the
store, not realizing that through
the ploting ofthe evil Kepor
strange things will happen to her
more excitement tomorrow.
Lifework sponsors a WEEKEND
WORKSHOP/CAMPOUT for MEN.
Interpersonal group . & campout
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
crisis, a comfortable couch is all
you need. Call Punkin at Ozone
House, 700-0540. 109020
ORIENTAL FEMALE housekeeper for
traveling executive. Need depend-
able person for 3 or 4 hours per
week-excellent remuneration plus
other gratuities. Write Daily, Box 22.
SPECIAL RATES for the weekend.
Billiards at $1 per hour. Open 1
p.m. Sat.-Mon. at the Union.
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
action against oppression? Like
George III, the University Admin-
istration wants to determine your
economic 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
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Dissertatlon quality, low prices.
From 2 c per copy
211 H. S. State (by Gino'.)
7days we 0kplus evenings
MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
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"On the Nature of
SEMINAR 3:45 p.m. Room 1057 MHRI
TEA 3:15 p.m., Room 2059
DRUMMER WANTED- roup of n-
termediate jazz musicians interested
in jamming on a regular basis for
fun and progress. Call Lenny, 995-
9805, Leigh 994-1104. 06F29
I SHOULD LIKE to meet an Intel-
ligent, cultivated womn who likes
sherry, non-trivinal conversation, ear-
ly music and possibly, Thomas Car-
lyle's prose, who bathes regularly,
wears shoes, and avoids using such
expressions as "outta eight," "For
sure" and like-y know?"; who re-
gards psychodynamic theories as
tiresome drivel; whose hobbies do
not Include smoking dope, playing
frisbee, or collecting socin tdi-
eses; and finally, wh on not ter-
ribly worried about the fact that
Red Dye No. 3 causes hemmnoroids
in lobsters. Call 769-1293. 01F528
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy teats.
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.
WCC STUDENT seeks dating with
congenial U of M girls. Phone Louis
at 482-5543. 34F529
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v I o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea;
swimming, canoe ing, picnicing,
camping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 84F529
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Purchasers must be 18 yrs. or older.
Enclose copy of required Michigan
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Fireworks, Box 221, Conneaut, Ohio
44030, Manufacturer,' I m porter,
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Margaret Erlewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retail
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LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
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and used. 665-7348, 429-9241. eFtc
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SPRING TERM EXERCISE HOUR-
5:30-6:30 every Tues. and Thurs.,
May 11-June 22. Meet at WINES
FIELD band practice area. Ccst:
$3.25/per person for the term; pay
at Coliseum, 5th at Hil 09F622
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox reductions, photostats,
halt tones, typesetting and
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
of $1 .00 per hour
Sat. thru Mon.
OPEN 1 p.m
at THE UNION
IN THE SPRING TERM
LUNCH AT CANTERBURY-12 noon to 2 p.m. Monday through
Friday in May; THURSDAYS ONLY IN JUNE
We provide the place and beveroes. YOU brins your lunch. Nothina scheduled-ust
acleasant place to have a brown boi lunch. (Nate change: Thursdoys onlv in June on
June 3, 10, 17, 24.)
C. G. JUNG DISCUSSION GROUP-Alternate Wednesdays, 8 p.m.
Open to regular or occasional attendance by anvone interested in the thought of C. G.
Juno. Meets May 26; June 9. 23; July 7. 21; August 4, 18.
COMPANY OF FOOLS-First meeting Potluck Dinner, Thursday,
May 27, 6 p.m.
Onaoina aroup to lern and shore the craft of the Foal. Grew out of the visit of Ken
Feit to Ann Arbor in April. Join us for plot and olonnin-brint friends and some food
GAYNESS AND SPIRITUALITY GROUP-Each Sunday, 7 p.m.
People of may spiritual paths who relate positively to their own oavness. Imcrovizotional
theater performances on May 30. Potluck dinner on June 6 at 6 p.m. (Nate different
time for June 6 only.)
HEALING AND WESTERN MEDICINE-Discussion on Friday,
June 4; 8 p.m. herb teo, 8:30 p.m. discussion
Gory Richwold will Give a presentation on June 4 entitled "Reflections on Htedino and
Western Medicine," continuino Conterbury's series of programs on the connections
omont physical, osvchological, spiritual and political healinq.
ALL EVENTS AT CANTERBURY HOUSE,
218 N. DIVISION STREET
corner of Catherine and Division
FOR INFORMATION CALL 665-0606