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Saturday, July 3, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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WANTED TO -RENT
I NEED A ROOM IN A HOUSE for
fal.Colil Peg, 66-261. 02,710
WOMAN LOOKING for ow(on oson
hose or aprtmnt nloe to comps.
rol. 995-7286. 84,709
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: five week, ornge with
gren ys, ner Srgent Peppr'
onVagn. 668-225 dA70
SEWARD - tot gry femle cat.
Geitdes, Highland are. 663-226.
8A73
FOtUND: Brown Ten Speed Bike.
Cll to identity. 994-4810. 6-8 P.M.
only. dA07
PETS AND SUPPLIES
GERIMAN Shepherd puppies. Chai-
clon sired. For show-pet. 663-2567.
22T10
FOR SALE
lilO, BATIK SUPPLIES, jumper e-
sirs, battery charger, motorycle
helmets, hoplte, clarine, electron-
to prts. 63-5558. 06B703
169 PORD PICKUP, 6' bed, aopee
cap $56. Polerecondition. 663-0337.
12701
SOFPA AND LARGE 5-drawer het.
lest ofer.971-127. 577
STEREO, 17; Chopion Juicer,
5130 B0ullwtoker fortomusle, 30
+11 DsI,665-3101 or 764-3324 76176
fINTERNATIONAL T r a r elir1 1
IFlOT fiberglsossilot, aing
.. ce irrie, trailer, eto. Like
1,, 1500 995-2326. 947371
'?A $15 Cll 663-139 betweenI
;nd9p m 3771
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-II1(AL ad leet Iuitar, Niw
...v ii-1 ,.34. 41192141 Xli
MISCELLANEOUS
ITHE T-HIR1T MACHINE }
ik al te Croi-Eeil Morir
'piit of '76" Perol ilhS
hlet score wins aniatthen-
iinbil1 Wiarri' T-Shirt Open
2gil 2 it 0 iton ekend,. M7lO
I t~iC POTTERY t Gioranii.
REAL ESTATE
R SA1E: 40-ire fai, 2- bed-
30x5' isuilated hrn iith 5
stalls111n05 room inslated
.ipatoenf, Heated 2-tory shop.
hayfield. 7 ares arden,
SIi orchard. 45 minsues firam Ann
1; tie Cl17-51-321. 99179
PERSONAL
1ii ONANT Need help? C'll Pcb-
lii PegancyHelp, 79-723. 466
01vison. Pree pregnny test.
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
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before publication (4 pin, Fei.
fo Su.) lncludigcorectons
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responible for ioe than
One incorect inaertion o6 an ad,
tAetiseienta may be removed
fom publicaton but will he
billed according to original nui-
br of days ordered, This policy
as lo applicable to ads requir-
isg pe-paymen. i,, no refunds.
Inofrmaio reardic content of
lasiied ads canno e 01s-
cloed prior to publication, Ad-
tertiser namea iay never beI
revealed
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numnber o6 wods-5 Words/line,
".Help Wanted ads cannot dis-
ciminate on the basis of se,
coor, creed or national origin 10
any ete metldiscrii1a.ry'preferably. is

. Ihre A l msini of 3liines I
for 3 days. n

t ' get the job done,

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PERSONAL PERSONAL
.ESSAOES FROM THE MANAGER S TUDE8NTS5, CAN' YOU SPARS
Today I recelved a letter that re- SOMEK TIMsE?- , Volutateers ore
allfy told tme what someone thinks wated to share n hour a weeh
of The Daily, at least they tod s with pro.specive U-H studentsand
lay,,sothankyo0 SeveraI cotrenme- thiefamilies5 who'd like to see the
ly oalid palins ere inade, esecially camput andhear asout life a
thos pertaining to the use of pho- Michigan. Ca11 E45 01 tce Alumni
tos about train wrecho in Sweden At.sociatiomi, 764-0384, 9 ia.m.-5 p.m
rahrehn lar nersin ra 3F708

phics, or any form of artwork. Alto,
as we are not affiliated with the
Univ-ersity, I understand and agree
with the fact that the Daily should
stand up for atudent rights In print
as the front pole, and not gust in
one, short, middle af the paper ar-
ticle. If you con help us, then comie
on down and work with its; were
not ol ljust niekel coke addlelsI
Debbie, c/o Boa 21, dF
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books, classnnoteo, papers, resumes-
Dimsertation quality, low prices.
Sorry day-evening, From 21/ac per
copy, 211 8. State (near Gino's),
662-3069. c~te

HOWLING atid PINBALL open 1
p.m. 4th of Jul9 wreketid at the
Union. cF703
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY,800
acre wildlife preserve sear Chelsea,
owimming, r an o e i n g, picnicing,
romping. Membership $06pee adult.
Brochure fronm Bloods. 2665 Penn-
croft, Ann Arhor, Mich. 40103. 81F714
SPECIAL for 4th of July weekend,
Billiards at reduced rates. Union,
open 1 p.m. cF703
WHER7E MARGINAL PRICSS buy
quality diamonds-Austin Diamand,
1200 5. University, 663-7151. eFt

PERSONAL
FIREWORKS!
Buiy dirert. We ship throaghot
the U.S. Rend for tree pricelist to-
day. Purechaserst must be 10 yes. or
older. Enclote copy of reqiierd
Michigan State prmitosiupon pur-
chase. Acerlewarho. nox 221, Con-
fiat, Ohio 44020, Monftt rer
Itmporer,- Wholesaler, Distrlbutor.
'Pte
_ AR yWOK .i _..._
Happly Birthday Csdl~i l
Lose, Hary.
04F709
INF'ORMAL STUDY 0roumps in cell
biology/hoiman pysilogy are now
gettinf started. For information call
Date at 904-5458 otter 7 p.m. 87F715
FIRST PLAYER
at the Croaa-eyed Moose reeivea 50
Icents in pinball. Open at 10 am.
Sunday at noon. 813 East Liberty.
eF713

PE RSONAL
HOSPITAL IY bt'tti tit h sote-
thitng frotihliltr vwhirel te-rand
liquor ilrpairltietit. ike Villagpe
Aplothecairy, 1112 5. Ui vi itly. Ftc
PERMANENT WEiciii loss
Throng, hBie hoa v1io r Htilitiration.
Weight ConitlrolNationkil,(994-0010.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offtet Printing, Xeroxoropies
Xerox reducrtions, phofli-ttt,
0ha6lfones, typietettinic and
STrUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 0th Ave. 0 94-4604
cP'0102
BOARD EXAM TUTORING:1 enroll-
ments now bring accepted for S. H6.
Kaplan Tutoring Course to prepare
for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT, and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Call 1313) 354-
6083, locally, 663-3149, eFtc

Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And youYe eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two.,By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
x So you see-the only person who can real
dowhat you do any better is you.
Ainwicult onlyworks-
mUWOs We do

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