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Wednesday, June 9, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on , the basis of sea,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. a
(Continued from Page 8)
ROOMMATES
FEMALE: 2-bedroom; air condi-
tioned; dishwasher; parking; utility
room; near campus, stadium;:120.
662-4611. OSTOIO
ROOMMATES NEEDED for Septem-
ber. Own room in 3-bedroom furn,
fshed modern apartment (close to
campus). Call 668-7834 evenings.
FEMALE, own room, no lease. State
St. location. July-August. Call 995-
9610. $60-90. 53Y609
USED CARS
1960 VOLKSWAGEN VAN. New
brakes, tires. Rebuilt engine, plus
two spare engines. $700. 971-7889.
05N610
1974 VW Superbeete with 15.000
nies. Have toptet, lg1on ovrseav.
Betoffer accepted. Coil Yusef, 703-
3946. 99N611
1973 HONDA CIVIC-Air condi-
oned, 43,000 miles, stick shift, $850
or best offer. Cali 665-6489 after 5.
79N609

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SPECIAL SALE
Bottecchia Deluxe 10-speed bicjcles.
$109.50. All Sport, 663-2233. 69610
BUSINESS SERVICES
IBM Mag Card typing: $1-pg.
O'nite. Experienced. 1-928-6687
cJ609
NEED A responsible caretaker for
your car while you're away this
summer? - Make money in your
absence?-Will pay rent, maintain,
and insure. Call Rick 769-0417 or
994-5114. 14J611
BANDS for weddings and parties.
Don, 761-9431 or 995-2659. cJtc
NEW SERVICE
Experienced, Error-Free, Guaranteed
Manuscript, Dissertation, O p e e c h
Typewriting. Editing, Academic/Pro-
fessional. IBM Selectrics. Reason-
able Rates. Copying. Pick-up and
Delivery. Personalized. Confidential.
Telephone Dictation and Notary
Services.
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL TYPEWRITING
SERVICE
P.O.Box 181 Ypsilanti Mlcb
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
75j6195
Typing, Copying .Binding
Editing, Keypunching
Rotary Service
The Secretariat
Disoertation Specialaist
012 S. State Street
10 a.m.-10 p~m. 994-3594
cJtc
1 AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
665-0166. cJtc
BANDS FOR weddings and parties.
Don. 761-9431 or 995-2659. cJtc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USED 5 piece drum set. Apo o
Music Center. 769-1400. cX630
NEW Gigson-Mark guitars in stock.
Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
cX630
USED YAMAHA FG-160 GUITAR.
761-9430. cX630
YAMAHA G-80 GUITAR: Excellenvt
condition. Best offer. 995-3440.
93X609
CLASSICAL and Steel Guitars, New
and used. 665-7348, 429,9241. cXtc

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: ten week old puppy in
the Arb. Coffee colored with green
eyes. Call and identify further.
763-6339. dA611
LOST-If anyone has found a light
brown leather wallet, please call
An,, Marie at 704-0552. I desperately
need my identification. dA
PERSONAL
STYLING is the name of our game.
Harold, Dave and Chet. UM Stylists
at the Union. Open 8:30 am.
cF610
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
As I write 'b-se little ditties a day
ahead of time, at this moment I
have no idea what happened in the
primaries. I certainly wish that I
wan psyecvic, because I9d6lherto
Enowt I received another reply in
the ecology vein of conversation.
All my friend aid was "Progress is
essential even if it is at the expense
of a few trees." I don't know if
this individual was baiting me, or
actually serious, but I sincerely
hope that it is the former. People
who make brash statements like the
above are no better than those who
are directly causing the destruction.
Furthermore, their compliance with
certain forms of "progress" is in
itself a green light for its continu-
ance. As ever, Debbie c/o Box 21.
dF
SEE OUR cosmetician for your
make-lup problems. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. University, cFte
BITCH, YOU CRAZY!
Will be back!
June 18, 10, 25, 26, 27
Support your local feminist theatre.
STUDY GROUP FORMING:
Grad students or undergrads-inter-
ested in reading text/articles about
cell biology and/or human psysiolo-
gy and meeting once or twice a
week for discussions? If so, call
David at 995-3406, after 7 p.m.
89F619
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
swimming, canoei ng, picnicing,
campiig. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 48F630
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox redictions, photostats,
halif tones, typesetting aind
much more
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFl02

PERSONAL
GRAD ASSISTANTS- 1 you are op-
posed to GEO's Agency Shop Fre or
to the idea of GEO in genral) there
is a chance that a class action suit
can be started agaiost it. If inter-
ested, write SOON to C.K.E., 554
Thompson Street. (Psych. Dept.).
39F602
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
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLOGY. Instructors: Michael and
Margaret Erlewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retail
Textbooks, Readings, Certification
663-6677. 68F515
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It casts less. Over 5,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151 rFtc

PERSONAL
CrYlNG CLOSEST TO CAMFUN
iovs.u~ss, 'cvcote, pilpers, rsunrns-
Gei-erl Tuioin qvvlit , low prices.
P'eh: 11is-evlilling. Flruni 2 1c per
ul tll S. St:ite i ncar Oino's).
042-3969 eFto
I,EAHN ITtvvIic Hivvvdctinig-ropid,
ev u, liuoitiiin 6 weeks, Tues-
sslls, 7-9:30, June 8-July 13.
iTvitivn $15. Call lirhra Tasnen-
ba lun. 663-0379. 76F608
PREGNANT? Need hep Call Prob..
rein T'r ":". reIp. 769-7283. 409
S. iis'loioii. -ree pivegoancy tests.
cFt
YOUNG, Svinrle Professional man
seeks the companionship of single
woimn. Sind name, address and
phone number to Johnson, 2345
Braeburn Circle, Tallahasse, Florida,
32303 or cal 904-386-0405, collect.
83Fil
PINBAI L and BOWLING, A combi-
nation that is hard to beat-at the
Union. Open 11 am. Mon-Sat., 1
pro. Sunldays. cF6I0
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Tow vlbhS Be hav ior Modification.
Wright Control National, 094-0019.
eFte
A NEAT GAME to play. Billiards at
the Union. CF610
BOARD EXAM TUTORING: enroll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Tutoring Course to prepore
for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT, and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313) 354-
0085, localy. 662-3149. eFte

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COLUSV
A FRIENDS UFE.
A phone call. A simple,
ten-cent phone call for a cab
could save your friend's life.
If your friend has been
drinking too much, he shouldn't
be driving.
The automobile crash is
the number one cause of death
of people your age. And the
ironic thing is that the drunk
drivers responsible for killing
young people are most often
other young people.
Take a minute. Spend a
dime. Call a cab. That's all. If
you can't do that, drive him
yourself. Or let him sleep on
your couch.
We're not asking you to
be a doctor or a cop:Just a friend.
DRUNK DRIVER, DEPT Y*
BOX 2345
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20852 I
1i want to save a friend's life.
Tell me what else I can do. I
MyrnamseisI
SAddress
city State - Zip
IF YOU LET A FRIEND DRIVE DRUNK,
S1 1 Ata iGHwAY TRAPFIvse SAeEs TY AmYAaaS'RAlis
" " * e-

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-TONIGHT-
HAPPY HOUR
Isi i HALF-PRICE a
on
main ALL DRINKS film
8-10:30
I5c HOT DOGS every Friday from 2-5 p.m.,
while they last
HALF RICE ON BEER, Tuesdays
8-Midnight. 6
* 10N MCOVR
8 310 MAYNARD

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