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Thursdoy, June 10, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, June 10, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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PERSONAL
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLGOY. Is.trctors: Michael and
Mairrt Erlvwin . Ts(hig Since
1967. C1 s . ;5 Natal Cha rts. Retail
Tex t t RIadIn s Vertification
663-6677 68F515

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 sex,
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)
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SPECIAL SALE
Bottecchia Deluxe 10-speed bicycles.
$109.50. All Sport, 663-2233. 69Z610
BUSINESS SERVICES
$1-pg. Cassettes-etc. typed.
OUnite. Experienced. 1-928-6687.
cJ610
NEED A responsible caretaker for
your car while you're away this
simmer? - Make money in your
absence?-Will pay rent, maintain,
and insurec. Call Rick 769-0417 or
994-5114. 14J611
1 AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
.mranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
665-0166. cJtc

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Typewriting. Editing, Academic/Pro-
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Telephone Dictation and Notary
Services.
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SERVICE
P.O.Box 181 Ypsilanti Micn.
Ms. Stepheas 434-1984
75J615
SANDS FOR weddinga and parties.
Don. 761-9431 or 995-2659. cJtc
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Keypunahing
Notary Service
The Secretariat
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
10 am.-10 p.m. 994-3594
cJtc
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
Ann Marie at 764-0552. I desperately
need my identification. dA
PERSONAL
GEO MEMBERSHIP MEETING: 7:30
Tuesday, June 15. Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Bargaining-Review and dis-
cussion of Administration Counter-
proposals-and other issues. 23F615
PERILS OF AML
While AML is still weeping in the
grass, the evil Monsieur Kraemer has
abandoned his disabled mower, and
is heading for our unsuspecting he-
roine. He is a ruthless man who will
stop short of nothing to get what
he wants. And right now he wants
to find the great PASCAL and to
learn the secrets of the universe.
(Not to mention those of dear
AML). What will he do to AML?
Will he get what he wants? The
cards are dealt.
A NEAT GAME to play. Billiards at
the Union. cF610

PERSONAL
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
Taday methinks I will hebhi-if, as
it is now too hot o either think or
type. It also appears to be too hot
for my readers (if there really are
any) to write. Today is the first
day in a great while that I haven't
gotten any letters. I was disap-
pointed; Oh well, life's tough. No
one even wanted to knock on the
Mets. Surprising, aye? I am now in
the process of trying to find some
nice weekend trips that can be
made by car. If anyone has any
scenic suggestions, I'd appreciate
them. Thanks all. Debbie c/o Box
21. BULLETIN: I just received a
package from some fantastic nut
who put 52c postage on it to send
me four sourbails. Thanks it was
really funny opening itI
YOUNG, single, female taxidermist
looking for companionship. Prefer-
ably a faa. So stuffed shirts, please.
Must be animal lover dead or
alive). No turkeys need apply. Write
Box 23. 16F612
SKILLED tennis player seeking
playing partners or anyone want-
ing lessons. Jim. 763-6558, after 5.
31F612
STYLING is the name of our game.
Harold, Dave and Chet. UM Stylists
at the Union. Open 8:30 a.m.
cF610
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy testa.
cFtc
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

PERSONAL.COPA* N C. 1.06S rTVTO CAMPUS
PERSONAL Bk tnte ppers resuine
BITCH, YOU CRAZY! lorry rs- 21g s Cpe
Will be back! copsy.)111 5S. tatre :rir Oino's)
June 18, 19, 25, 26, 27 002-309- cFt
Support your local feminist theatre. lEARN ltalcRniovitlograpid
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80 IrAhIe. 1eacsl ftil- in 6 weeks. Tues
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea: dssy ssl.iuta, 7-9:30, June 8-Jly 13
swimming, c an o ei ng, picnicing, T uitsns $15. Call Barbara Tannen
camping. Membership $50 per adult. baum. 663-0379. 76F60
Brochure from Bloods. 2005 Penn- --
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 48F630 YOUNG, Sinle Pcofessional mar
seeks the companionship of singl
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phoane snumber to Johnon, 234!
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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- IS HOT
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
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and HARVEY KEITEL
In The
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