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Friday, July 23, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Thirteen

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PERSONAL
ROB!!!
SECOND DAY of Art Fair is a bit
better. But I think there is still too
mch ouitmercialism( even more
than last year). I've set a goal of
10,000 for fall/winter, so hurry up
ond come back to us (and Betsy,
too!) to help me achieve the goal.
Any ideas to help?
Wonder woman dF723
MESSAGES FROM THE MANAGER
Whatever anyone has to say against
the art fair, don't say it in front of
me. This is my first (obviously) and
I love it. Maybe in a few years I'll
get blase and annoyed with the
whole circus, but right now I think
is great. The crowds aren't exactly
my idea of fun, but to see the
lass animals, pottery and o t h e r
artwork, well, I'll elbow my way
hrough them, the hawkers, and
pickpockets. Here's your chance to
do something, all you people out
there who complaint about apathy.
Go witness the life that is captured
in all mediums by the artists. You
don't even have to buy, the artists
are some of the best people to just
talk to. Listen to them, you might
itern something. Go get yourself a
cach clip on an antler horn, and
then use it. Have fun, make new
fiends, but by no means must you
yta home. It's Ann Arbor alive
oit there. Experience it. Debbie c/o
)o 21
iNCOOR'LIAL Study Groups inc ell
iloy human physiology are now
cine' started. For information toll
lot ' 994-5458 after 7 p.m. 87F724
A!Tht'.-GESTALT RESIDENTIAL 0-
i-c workshop: Aug. 9-15. For alli
)pie regardless of art experience.
ri ct:o and art (clay, rakt firings,
,,rontrental sculpture. paint, etc.)
c vehlieles to work and play hon-
o y from who we are. Write HEN-
ilTr i '/BERNIE MAREK, 1508 Merrill
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9100 20F724
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PRINTING
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Xerox reductions, photostats,
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much more
(UDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
CF0102
' I TITUNIK, British trdinef as-
ritrapist. Latest methods avail-
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c YOUR personality structure.
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RULES FOR THE DAILY CONTEST:
Send in your entry before July 30
anud you may be the lucky winner
o a free 50-word classified ad. Just
ink of the three best names for
Ie following parts of the body:
hr top of your hand, the top of
Icir foot, and the little Indenta-
cion between your upper lip and the
b1t11Om of your nose. Good luck.
d entries c/o Debbie, Box 21. d
Join The Daily
Arts Staff

PERSONAL
WE HAVE THE GAME, the room,
and the place. Billiards at the
Union. cF723
PINBALL, BOWLING and BIL-
LIARDS at the 01n1cn. Open ii
am. cF72
PERMANENTWEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 401
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
FIREWORKS!
Buy direct. We ship througbout
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.
cFte
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books, classnotes, papers, resumes-
Dissertation quality, low prices.
Every day-evening. From 12c per
copy. 211 S. State (near Gino's).
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BOTTECCHIA 10-speed racer. Some
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WOMEN'S 3 speed Raleigh bicycle.
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SITUATIONS WANTED
WE WILL CARETAKE YOUR
farm for privilege of living there.
Will maintain land ,fences, roads,
equipment, water system, etc. Must
be within 40 miles of Ann Arbor.
University of Michigan couple, 22,
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ROOMMATES
GRADUATE FEMALE SEEKING
ROOM IN COMFORTABLE HOUSE
WITH ROOM FOR PIANO with oth-
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FOURTH WOMAN needed to com-
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Partially furnished, fireplace. Cen-
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Co-operative living. Fall-single,
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FEMALE ROOMMATE for own room
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AUG. GRADS
TO ATTEND
COMMENCEMENT YOU
MUST ORDER A CAP AND
GOWN BY
JULY 23, 1976
FROM THE
U. CELLAR
769-7940

ROOMMATES
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share bedroom in four-person
apArtment for fall, $85. 663-9283 aft-
6 p.m. 15T724
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TYAGI JI
A Cosmic Transmitter will hold a
session tonight, 7:00 p.m., at the
Fiend's Meeting House, 1420 Hill.
Admission free. 37M723
LOST AND FOUND
MALE ABYSSINIAN wanted for
purchase, adoption, or breeding. Call
Janet, 665-604. dA724
LOST: Male, white, fluffy cat. Geo-
rge. Wearing green coltar. Last seen
S. University-Washtenaw area 5 days
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