Friday, July 16, 1976
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GIBSON GUITAR SALE: Shure
mikes, earth amps, Apollo Music
Center, 769-1400. cX727
USED FENDER super everb. 761-
CLASSICAL and Steel Guitars NNew
and used. 665-7348, 429,9241. t-Xtc
WE WILL CARETAKE YOUR farm
for privilege of living there. Will
maintain land, fences, roads, equip-
ment, water system, etc. Must be
within 40 miles of Ann Arbor. Uni-
versity of Michigan couple. 22, &
24. Reply by Aug. 20. Claire Hicks,
C2510 Middlebury College, Middle-
burt, Vt. 05753. 500806
COMIC BOOKS: 1964-8, 50 ,Deal-
etcsPrices. Call 995-8275. 93B721
12 FIAT 128 4d. 20,000 miles. Zie-
bart. $1250. 973-9246. 88B722
SUPFERSCOPE C10 portable cassette
recorder with rechargeable battery
Pak, and AC adaptor. Like new, used
very little. Cost $165 sell for $100.
Davis Classic tennis racket, 4 5/8m
with gut. Cost $68 new, sell for $20.
GARAGE SALE, 2180 Saline Road.
Large Pine Blanket Chest, Spinet
Desk, Spanish Shawl, mirrors,
frames and many more miscellane-
Otto items. Friday thru Sunday.
21' 10 speed bike. Excellent cnndi-
tion. Aking $85. 663-680- . 870717
MEN'S SCHWINN 26 5 speed. 2
years old. Good condition. $60. 665-
6833 after 3. 75B717
FIRM BED, BATIK SUPPLIES, mo-
torcycle helmet, clarinet, electronic
parts, hotplate. Call 663-5558 per-
SOFA AND LARGE 5-drawer chest.
Best offer. 971-1827. 75B77
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: young female long-haired
calico cat, frequenting the area of
809 E. Kingsley. Usually hanging out
around dusk. Please come get your
kitty cat. dA
FOUND: Young cat. on the steps of
the Grad Library. Approximately 4
mos. old. Brown, black and gray,
wearing a leather collar. Call 994-
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
GIRL'S THREE-SPEED SCHWINN.
1912" frame. Very good condition.
$50. Call 662-4736.
HONDA 71CB350. Rebuilt engine and
exhaust, new battery, uns well.
Must sell. 665-5614. 76Z717
WOMEN'S 3 speed Raleigh bicycle.
1'?" frame. New. Never used. $80.
'74 YAMAHA 175 Enduro, knobbies.
Must be seen in Ann Arbor. $625
or best offer. 1-831-3080. Apt. 304
1968 WHITE DODGE VAN .6 000
miles. New water pump and shocks.
$350 or best offer. Steve, 662-6744.
PLAY PINBALL AND
at the Cross-Eyed Moose
613 E. Liberty
pen 11:00 a.m.-midnight weekdays
11:00a.m.-la.m. Fri. & Sat"
Summer Extravaganza now in pro-
cess. Free game of "pin" to first
three players in a.m. Upcoming
"pin" tournament with cash prizes.
FREE "FOOS" every Tues. 2-3 and
now introducing the renowned
"SON OF T-SHIRT MACHINE." De-
toils at Tommy's Holiday Camp at
State and Packard. lF716
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
Today. I would like to take the op-
ptorttunity to etplain the purpose of
my column, if I can think of one.
First thing I do when thinking of
something ta write eacb day is to
look over my mail and see if there
is anything that I am interested in
cnitng apo. If there isn't,
then my next line of action is to
chetk out what I feel like weting
oit on that particular day. Perin-
odically, granted it appears as inane
dribble, but then, you don't have to
read it, do you? Basically, this col-
umn is a forum for me. Some might
say it's an ego trip, well, you'd be
right. However, whatever it is, let
me say this, it's MINE. I welcome
all suggestions and I really enjoy
reading and writing about some of
the letters I get, but my column is
not the edit page; if you want ba-
sic news event reports, then read
the rest of the paper. Debbie c/o
SEE OUR cosmetician for. your
make-up problems. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy _Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tets.
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151 cFtc
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
The time has come for a showdown
with one of my readers. First
of all, I must say that I think the
actions taken by the Israelis in the
Uganda airport should be ap-
plauded by all civilized individuals
throughout the world. Secondly, be-
ing a Met fan, I'm happy for "The
Bird" that he pitched, but I was
rooting for the National League,
and thirdly, I am rather tired of
the Bicentennial, therefore I did
not choose to mention it. This, I
still aelieve to be my perrogative.
Lastly. I wasn't here last Thursday
at 3:00, because I am NEVER here
on Thursdays at 3:00. I have a
standing golf game at that time
every Thursday. If you have any
other gripes or insults I suggest
you show ycur facand direct them
to me in act adilt mtaicicr. Debbie
R o Box 21.
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books, ciassnotes, papers, resumes-
Dissertation uality, low prices.
Every day-evening. From 2tc per
copy. 211 S. State (near Gino's).
LUCI TITUNIK, British trained as-
trotherapist. Latest methods avail-
able. Problem solving compatible
with3YOUR personality structire.
a costic transititer will hold a
session tonight, 7 p.m. at the
Friend's Meeting House, 1420 Hill.
Admission Free. Info call 663-0894.
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
on the new Gottlieb sensation
more information at these three
area arcades: Tommy's Holiday
Camp, The Crosseyed Moose, and
Flipper McGee's. cF723
RULES FOR THE DAILY CONTEST:
Send in your entry before July 30
and you may be the lucky winner
of a free 50-ward classified ad. Just
think of the three best names for
the following parts of the body:
The top of your hand, the top of
your foot, and the little indenta-
sion between your upper lip and the
bottom of your nose. Good luck.
Send entries c/o Debbie, Box 21. d
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES bup
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond,
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox redcctions, photostats,
half toncm. typesetting and
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4600
INTERESTED IN RELATIONSHIP
with wonderful man My brother
has had bad luck with woman. Am
trying to find someone for him.
Sounds odd, but he needs good
woman and is too depressed now to
look. He is well educated, has excel-
lent job, builds houses for funin
spare time, handsome, and kind. He
is 31 years old. Reply to Daily Box
15. I'll call you, we'll talk. 77F715
Buy direct. We ship throughout
the U.S. Send for free price list to-
day. Purchasers must be 18 yrs. or
older. Enclose copy of required
Michigan State permits upon pur-
chase. Ace Fireworks, Box 221, Con-
neaut, Ohio 44030, Manufacturer,
Importer, Wholesaler, Distributor.
is under new manogement.
1st 3 persons in mornitg receive
free pinball. Open 11:00 a.m. Poc-
:rd at State. c720
'ON'T PAY for a store's overhead
via high mark-up For the area's
lowest prices and fnest qualitiex
possible on on r"igemeat riot
shop Autin Diamond..d1200 5.Unt-
DIRECT PURCHASING voltme sell-
ing and marginal irofits assure you
that your diamond will he an i2a-
vestment at Austin Diottntcu, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. 0
BOARD EXAM TUTORING: ricoll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan rutoring Course to prepore
for the MCATS, DAT, I.SAT. and
Nat. Dent. Boards. Cal( 313) 354-
0085, locally, 662-3149. Fte
WHAT'S NEW in face and eye
make-tp? At the Village Apothe-
cary we will enjoy taking the time
to show you. 1112 S. University.
the " narbor imcooperative
Tonight in Air Conditioned MLB
BRANDO & DISNEY TEAM UP!
THE WILD ONE
(Lcso Benedek, 1954) MLB 3 7:15 Only
Brando portrays the biker anti-hero with outward bravado and
inner hurt while making the black leather Jacket, a symbotl
Originally banned from many towns for fear it wotd cauve
Juvenile delinquent riots. Lee Marvin.
ON THE WATERFRONT
(Elo Kazan, 1954) MLB 3 9 Only
Spurred on by a crusading priest and a concerned girlfriend,
Marion Brando battles corrupt mod control over New York
dockworkers by evolving from racketeer go-fer into prime wit-
ness for the prosecution. Kazan's direction charges the film
with realism and emotional impack seldom achieved in the
movies. Winner of eight Academy Awards. Rod Steiger, Lee J.
Cobb, Eva Marie Saint, Karl Maiden.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
(Walt Disnec. 1951) MLB 4 7, 8:45 & 10:30
Disney's fully animated cartoon feature preserves the outlines
of Lewis Carroll's story while adding oriignal whimsical touches,
such as the pencil and eyeglass critters. The production design
is much less stodgy than the Tenniell illustrations and the fea-
ture remains one of the best.
$1.25, DOUBLE FEATURE $2.00
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ROBERT ALTMAN'S 1971
McCABE AND MRS. MILLER
Warren Beatty and Julie Christie bring small-time gambling, drinking and
whores to a growing frontier town and encounter some success and more
danger than they counted on. "A beautiful pipe-dream of a moVie-a
fleeting, almost diaphanous vision of what frontier life might have been."-
Pauline Kael. Altman's very best film-with great supporting performances
by Keith Carradine and Shelly Duvall and featuring the music of Leonard
CIEM G IL TONIGHT AT OLD A RCH. AUD.
7:30 & 9:30 Admission $1.25
INGMAR BERGMAN 1958
The first film after WILD STRAWBERRIES, in the Bergman canon, THE
MAGICIAN is about the magic of a traveling lanternist. Albert Vogler; but
it is also about the magic of filmmaking. As on exploration of the relation-
ship of art to life, rather than death to life, it's one of Bergman's lighter
masterpieces. With Max vOn Sydow, Ingrid Thulin, Gunnar Bjornstrand, and
Bibi Anderson. In Swedish, with subtitles:
CINEMA 11TONIGHT AT AUD.A"
7:30-& 9:30Adm, $1.25
THE PEOPLE'S RICENTENVIAL
SATURDAY, JULY 17
U-M Natural Science Aud.
Acros from Hill Aud.
Loonev Tunes Part 3 continues our Cartoon Classics Revival
with all different cartoons from the Golden Aqe of Warner
Bros. animation 1930's & 40's.
Collection A: y 7- 10 p.m. Adults $1.25, $2.00 double feature.
Celection8 : 3:349.m. Under 16-75c, $1.25 double feature