Thursday, June 3, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
Bottecchia Deluxe 10-speed bicycles.
$109.50. All Sport, 663-2233. 69Z610
PHOTO DARKROOM, stainless steel
double drain sink. Full electrical
outlets. Call 663-7858. 50D603
RIDER WANTED to Manhattan,
Leaving Monday, June 7th. Share
driving. Call 663-6270. 73M605
CLASSICAL and Steel Gutars, New
and used. 665-7348, 429,9241. cXtc
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black Neuropathologyslirde
boa (with 40 liden). with name, D.
Mulligan, thereon. If found, call 668-
8377 or collect 616-795-3781. Reward.
LOST-If anyone has found a light
brown leather wallet, please call
Ann Marie at 764-0552. I desperately
need my identification. dA
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
Today I received a request that I
start an advice to the lovelorn, or
Dear Abbey type thingie-do. All
I've got to say to that is, "Toul
must be joking!" Just because I'm
manager of a classifieds dept. does
not mean that I profess to have
special knowledge of any particular
subject, because I don't. So, if you
want advice, write to The Free
Press. (I never thought I'd see my-
self write that line.) Well, there
weren't other spectacular requests
so this will be short and sweet to-
day. Debbie c/o Boa 21. Keep read-
ing and writingi F
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS
Today our twinkle-toed heroine gets
a break from the hazards of her
everyday life. On this sunny Thurs.
day, AML and this week's guest
star Bruce, decide to have a picnic.
There is a slight wind that blows
AML's blonde hair gently across her
snow white face. Everything was
right for Bruce and AML to share
splendor in the grass. When sud-
denly they hear the sound of a
motor, and with it the sound of
grass being cut. Bravely AML raises
her frightened head to see what it
miht be. Many thoughts had run
through her mind in the last few
seconds, but how could ae ever
hate suspected*th! If you woild
like to share 'splendor' with AML,
write Box 5. The cards are dealt.
ARE PEOPLE important to you?
Consider taking your meals at
FRIENDS INTERNATIONAL CO-OP.
Good food and good people. 761-7435.
BOARD EXAM TUTORING: enroll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Ttong Course to prepore
toe the MATS, DAT, LAT, and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Call 4313) 354-
0085, locally, 662-3149. cFtc
WANT ACTION down here? George
is back! BOWLING at the Union
Color Print Service
20% discount on
EASY DRIVING AND
1 bik. E. of Platt
Hours: 8:30-9:00 M & F
8:30-5:30 T, W, T, S
BILLIARDS is the number one
game at the Union. Open 11 a.m.
M-Sat. 1 p.m. Sun. Fr603
LEARN Italic Handwriting-rapid,
legible, beautiful-in 6 weeks. Tues-
day nights, 7-9:30, June 8-July 13.
Tuition $15. Call Barbara Tannen-
baum, 6U3-0379. 76F608
(take a shower,
you smell worse
FOR RENT FALL '76: 3 bedrooms,
tri-level, air conditioning, dishwash-
er, furnished, parking, Zia baths,
9-5 p.m. 60C604
PINBALL is the answer. Union Pin-
ball at UNION LANES. cF63
FEMALE VOCALIST wanted to
complete trio. Jazz, pop oriented.
Experience preferred. 761-3844.
SEE OUR cosmetician for your
make-up problems. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
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.
GRAD ASSISTANTS-If you are op-
posed to GEO's Agency Shop Fee (or
to the idea of GEO in general) there
is a chance that a class action suit
can be started against it. If inter-
ested, write SOON to C.K.E., 554
Thompson Street. (Psych. Dept.).
HOSPITALITY begins with some-
thing from our wine cellar and
liquor department. The Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. vFte
TA's RA'sSA'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
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLOGY. Instructors: Michael and
Margaret Erlewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retail
Textbooks, Readings, Certification
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox reductions, photostats,
half tones, typesetting and
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME*
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
COPYTNG ClOSEST TO CAMPUS
Roos, elaonoto. papers, resumes-
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PER\ANENT WEIGI LOSS
Through B e b a v i o r IMrdfication.
Weiht' Control National, 994-0019.
WH'E? MARGINAL PRICES buy
cItlity diamonds- Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 63:-7151. oFct
FIOENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildfife preserve near Chelsea:
awimming, c a n o ei ng, pirnicing,
campig. Membership $50 per adult.
Brohure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 48VU3
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By advances made through cancer research.
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