Friday, May 28, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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7TH ANN ARBOR Medieval Festval.
Open mteetings June 1st & 2nd. 7:30
Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union.
WANT TO move to NYCLI at end
of June? Share costs of truck rental,
driving, gas. Call Robin, 995-1530.
BOWLING and Pinba11 open 1 p.m..
St.-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 plotting of the evil Kepar
strange things will happen to her
. . . more excitement tomorrow.
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 I
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. Aceross from
South Quad. 17F529
TA's RA's SA sWhat did the ori-
ginal Americanrtvoluttionariet do
whrn fared withs the choice hetween
non-representation, and collective
action against opprrssion? Likt
George III, the Univertity 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
RID wmekend coming tap. UM Styl-
isis at the Union. Dove, Harold ad
Chet. Open regular hours through
DRUMMER WANTED-Group of in-
ermediate jazz musicians interested
n jamming on a regular basis for
run and progress. Call Lenny, 995-
3805, Leigh 994-1104. 06F29
I SHOULD LIKE to meet an intel-
ligent, cuiltivated 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 psychodynamic theories as
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 fot that
Red Dye No. 3 causes hemmoroids
a lobstert. Call 769-1293. 01F528
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help. 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
WCC STUDENT Seeks dating with
congenial U of M girls.'Phone Louis
at 482-5543. 34F529
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Throt'h Beh a v i or Modification.
Weight Control National. 994-0019.
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
swimming, c a n o e n g. pinicing,
camping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor. Mich. 48102. 48F630
Buy direct. We ship throughout the
U.S Sehd for free price list today.
Ptrchasers must be 18 yrs. or older.
Enclose copy of required Michigan
State permits upon purchase. Ace
Fireworks, Box 221, Conneaut, Ohio
44030, Masifacturer, r m p o r t e r,
Wholesaler, Distributor. etc
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLOGY. Instructors: Michael and
Margaret Erlewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retail
Textbooks, Readings, Certification
COPYIND CLOSEST 'rO CAMPUS
nooks, classoteo, pasperseums
Disertotisa quality, lost pricest
Evey day-evetning. Fsotm 21zc per
copy. 211 S. S2te(nsar 011505/.
Midwest's Largest Selection
U.S. and Canadian Charters
Two weeks to 9 monthsdduration
Call GREAT PLACES, 769-1776
Offset Printing, Xero copies
Xerox reductions, photostats,
half tones, typesetting and
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
DIRECT PURCHASING voluie sell-
ing and marginal iprofts assure yon
that youxr diaond will he assin
vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFte
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead
v1a high mark-«lp. Par she area's
lowest prices0n04- iast qualitie
possible on an engagement ring,
s p As7tin Diamond, 1209 S .xUi-
vrstity, 003-7151. c~tc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING -Enroll-
ments now heing accepted for S.H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to prepare
for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT, and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313) 354-
0085: locally. 662-3149. cFtc
CARAMEL CORN CASTLE
Now Open 11-11
E. Liberty, 2 blocks east of State
Chili dogs and sandwiches, too
Not open Sundays cF618
COPIES -21c each
tamest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS. 524 E. William
1 A- ~
WE'VE CHANGED OUR
Which Calls For A PARTY!
MONDAY, MAY 31st
Special BAHAMA MAMA Punch, and PINK
PASSION Punch. Buy a glass of punch and
keep the gloss as a SOUVENIR, old and new
PLUS: DANCING to the live music of:
516 E. LIBERTY 994-5350
HOURS: 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
WHAT CAN YOUR HOME HAVE IN
COMMON WITH THE CONCERT HALL?
I WELL, WITH A STEREO SYSTEM FROM HI Fl BUYS YOU CAN EXPERIENCE THE SAME
RICH FULL BRILLIANCE OF THE CONCERT HALL RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME. YOU SEE,
T HI FI BUYS OUR TRAINED AUDIO SPECIALISTS TAKE TIME TO BE CERTAIN THAT TH
OMPONENTS, YOU CHOSE WILL GIVE YOU THE UTMOST IN PERFORMANCE. AND OF
OURSE OUR SYSTEMS ARE ALL BACKED BY HI FI BUYS 5 YEAR SERVICE PLAN AN
UR OWN SERVICE DEPARTMENT.
I~ ~ !V~$649.000
KENWOOD KR 5400 - FEATURE FOR FEATURE, DOLLAR <KENWOOD
FOR DOLLAR, NO OTHER STEREO RECEIVER CAN CHAL-
TECHNICS SL 23 - THIS SUPERS TURNTABLE INCORPOR- chniCs
ATES FEATURES FOUND IN MUCH HIGHER PRICED UNITS.
BY FAR ONE OF OUR MOST POPULAR TURNTABLES.
ADVENT LOUDSPEAKERS - THIS 2-WAY SPEAKER SYS-
TEM MUST BE HEARD TO BE BELIEVED. FOR UNSTRAINED ADVE\T
CLARITY WE BELIEVE YOU COULD SPEND MUCH MORE
FOR LOUDSPEAKERS, BUT NOT GAIN AN APPRECIABLE
AND LET US SHOW YOU A CONCERT HALL
SO VISIT US AT HI FI BUYS
618 S. MAI N'ST.
HOURS: M-F noon-9 p.rn BANKAMERICARO
" ;ci. 9-5III
Tickets qo on sale next Wednesday, June 2
SUNDAY, JUNE 13
2 Concerts 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
Reserved seats $8.00 entire day rr $5.00 for each show. John
Prine will be featured in both shows. TICKETS AVAILABLE at
UAC/Mich. Union Box Office noon-3:30 p m. Mon.-Sat.
Herb David Guitar Studio on State St.
BY MAIL: Send stamped self-addressed envelope and certified
check or money order to: Mich, Union Box Office, 530 State St.
Thifaestival of music is a benefit by the above performers for
the ARK and all proceeds will go to The ARK. Drawing will be
held for Guild Guitar and Great Lakes Banjo courtesy of Herb
David's Guitar Studio and Great Lakes Banjo Company.