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Thursday, May 13, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
FOR RENT
APARTMENT for rent. 994-3969.
52C515
F U R N ISHE D SMALL HOUSE.
DOWNTOWN. *250. PLEASE DO NOT
CALL ONLY ABOUT FALL
RENTALS. PH. 761-1734. 74C519
CO-OPS STILL HAVE some rooms
available at low spring-summere
rates. Call ICC at 662-4414 or come
to room 4002 Michigan Union. 32515
CHEERY ROOMS, free parking, no
kitchen. 769-2432. 51C515
FURNISHED two bedroom modern
apt. near campus. Laundry, park-
ing, $125. 455-1487. 13C515
COUPLE LOOKING for another
couple or single person to share 8
room, sunny, lake-side apartment on
North Side, CHICAGO, for June
and/or July and August, possibly
Fall. Communal rent-$325. (312)
728-1503. 850515
AVAILABLE May 15. Large living-
bedroom, separate kitchen and bath.
Excellent location. Phone 662-0579.
170514
FURNISHED APT. for rent near the
hospital. One bedroom. All furnish-
ed, all utilities paid. Call after 1
p.m., 668-9538, for the fall. 950519
FOR FALL - Modern furnished 2
bdrm apt. SUPERLATIVE location:
911 Oakland, 4 people: $80/person/
mo. BEAUTIFUL. 761-8055 days.
02C520
NO LEASE
Furnished, Single, attic, double
room. $65-90 monthly. 665-5747 or
994-3762. 67C514
LARGE ROOMS, big closets, old
house, downtown, share kitchen off
hall. $65. Your own private kitchen,
$90. No lease. Please do not call only
about fall rentals. Ph. 761-1734.
73C514
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USED FENDER Stratocastor, like
new. Apollo Music Center, 761-9420.
eX515
HERNANDIS GUITARS, classical and
steel. 40% lis 665-7348. cxte
USED MARTIN D-1220 Don, 761-
9431 or 995-2659. c51
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-DRIVER for automobile
to New Haven. Conn. Leave Ann
Arbor around June 15. Call 763-2159
or 663-6583. dG515
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Fat, black cat. White mous-
tache and paws. REWARD! 665-7383.
79A515
FOUND on Catherine-An 8 week
old black ITTEN. 761-2751.dAi4
LOST - TYPODONT and headrest.
Reward. 995-9231. Ask for Jean.
5OA516
REAL ESTATE
RUSTIC STUCCO FARMHOUSE with
2 baths. Over 2 acres with nice
garden. 10 minutes to Ann Arbor.
Leaded windows, original oak wood-
work. $45,000. Call 769-5950. 475-2808,
971-8842, 995-4021. Robert H. Thorn-
ton, Jr., P.C. Realtor. 38R515
FOR SALE
ELECTRONIC and computer equip-
ment sale. New and used items.
Low prices, much to give away.
Leaving state. Saturday, May 15, 10
a.m.-3 p.m., 205 N. Division. 90B515
HP 9100 B. Programabie Calculator.
Very powerful, all Math functions.
476-3074. 87B515
GERMAN 3/4 size upright, flat-back
bass maple back & sides. Spruce top,
75-100 years old. New strings. $650.00
price negotiable.
Savannah-Guitars
26229 Grand River
Redford, MI. 4240
1-313-531-6040 86B518
BACKPACK-Expedition size. Excel-
lent condition. 665-4892 between 6-10
P.m. 9651
BOTTECHIA 10-speed, Fender Sass-
man Amp. Call 769-3248. 77B518
RALEIGH Supercourse T.T. Excel-
lent condition. Best offer. 483-7282.
70B518
OWNER MUST SACRIFICE 1976
Travel trailer. 28 ft. twin bed, air-
conditioned, full bathtub and show-
er. Excellent condition. See anytime

at Green Acres Mobile Home Court,
2499 E. Michigan in Ypsilanti. 72B525
1974 VW "Thing," 19,19 miles, hard
and soft tops, perfect condition.
663-1846. 96B512

FOR SALE {
ENGINEERS AND PHYSICISTS -
Brand new SR-51A calculator, used
once-cost $129; sell $75. Reason,
need programmed computer. Call
collect 1-961-7107 Det, or 1-864-2323
eves. 530515
CAR SERVICES, ACCES.
AVOID RIP-OFFS. Tune up and
other repairs done %z usual price.
Student, excellent mechanic with
electronic equipment. Guaranteed
quality work. Call 769-7277. 940513
MISCELLANEOUS -
ASSERTION TRAINING for women
beginning May 21-June 30. Limit 15.
662-7449, 434-3565. 81M520
ARE PEOPLE IMPORTANT TO
YOU? If you care about sharing
with others, consider taking your
meals at Friends International CO-
OPERATIVE. Call Carol/Tom, 761-
7435. 85M509
PERSONAL
WITTY. SENSITIVE MAN, 25, seeks
female companion with similar qual-
ities. Write Box 720. 88F519
HERE'S ANOTHER good "d, 'The
bst in the Went, pinball at the
Union Lanes West." cF513
EUROPEAN
CHARTER FLIGHTS
Midwest's Largest Selection
U.S. and Canadian Charters
Two weeks to 9 months duration
Call GREAT PLACES, 769-1776
rF529
FOR ACNE, dandruff, warts, try
our d r u g department. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY. 80
acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea:
swimming, ran o ei n g, picnicing,
camping. Membership $50 per adult.
Brochure from Bloods. 205 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103. 84F529
ASTROLOGY
can answer any questions about
your life-finances, lovers, vocational
or personal guidance or anything.
Contact Janice Johnson, certified
professional member of the Ameri-
can Federation of Astrologers. 761-
7319 or Abracadabra Jewelry, 994-
4848. 45F514

PERSONAL
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for chil-
dren's health screening clinic May
22 and 23. For more information
call Maureen, 761-3162 or Janyce,
662-3858. 62F514
LUNCH at Canterbury House. Mon-'
day through Friday, 12 noon to 2
p.m Tables on the porch. sit on the
lawn or inside. Bring something to
eat, beverages provided. Corner of
Catherine and Division. 15F521
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-019.
cFtc
COPIES-2,c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
cFtc
WCC STUDENT seeks dating with
congenial U of M girls. Phone Louis
at 482-5543. 34F529
JUDO COUNSELOR for small private
Miehigan boys camp. June 22-Aug.
14. Col or write Flying Eagle-Alex
Canja, 1401 N. Fairview, Lansing, MI
48192. 44F515
PEOPLE WHO COME back is the
reason we're still around. UM Styl-
ists at the Union. cF513
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400
S. Division. Free pregnancy tests.
cFtc
KEN,
THOSE DOCTORS DON'T KNOW
WHAT THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT.
GET WELL SOON
From the staff at the Big D
dF514
STAY WITH THIS GAME. Billiards
at the Union. cF513
HEART CENTER SCHOOL OF AS-
TROLOGY. Instructors: Michael and
Margaret Erlewine. Teaching since
1967. Classes, Natal Charts, Retal
Textbooks, Readings, Certification
663-6677. 68F515
MIXED LEAGUE bowling. Sign up
now-Individuals or teams at Union
Lanes. cF514

PERSONAL
Offset Printing, Xerox copies
Xerox reductions, photostats,
half tones, typesetting and
much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cF0102
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
Books-Class notes-
Papers-Resumes.
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%c per copy
COPY MILL
211 B. S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc

PERSONAL
OPEN TILL 1 A.M. tonight. Billiards,
bowling and pinball at the great
01M Union. cF507
GEORGE'S PLACE will be open all
summer. Union bowling. cF513
SPRING TERM EXERCISE HOUR-
5:30-6:30 every Toes, and Thurs.,
May ll-Jne 22. Meet at WINES
FIELD band practice area. Cost:
$3.25 per person for the term; pay
at Coliseum, 5th at Hill. 09F622
WE HAVE EVERYTHING going till
1 a.m. tonight. Pinball, bowling and
billiards at the Union. cF508
PERSONAL CHOICES WORKSHOP
on vocational and other personal
issues. May 28-30. $25 plus sliding
scale. Bob, Margaret Blood. 769-0046.
36F520

MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SEMINAR SERIES
JAMES FINKELSTEIN
Department of Medicine, George Washincton University,
Washington, D.C.
"Biochemistry of Genetic Disorders"
SEMINAR at 3:45 p.m., Room 1057 MHRI
TEA at 3:15 p.m., Room 2059 MHRI
For Spring half term,
May 10 to June 23
Lunch at Canterbury House
MONDAY through FRIDAY
S12 noon to 2 p.m.
WE PROVIDE THE PLACE AND SOMETHING
TO DRINK. YOU BRING YOUR LUNCH
There are tables on the front porch or you can
sit on the lawn or inside in the living room. No
activities will be schedued at Canterbury at
lunchtime-just a pleasant place to have your
lunch. (Campus groups can reserve a larger
table in gdvance for informat meetings. Call
665-0606).
Canterbury House is at 218 N. Division St., the
corner of Catherine and Division.

TONIGHT at:
Ann Arbor's Premium
Rock and Roll Night Club.
BRAI NSTORM
HOURS: Fri, & Sot. 8 a.m.-2 a.m.
WEEKLY HOURS: 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
50c Discount Off Admission
WITH STUDENT I.D.
516 E. LIBERTY 994-5350
4 Palestine
- SOLIDARITY DAY
Assembly Hall-
f Mich. Union
FRIDAY, MAY 14
Sponsored by:
Org. of Arab Students,
U-M chapter
7:00 p.m: speaker: DR. AMIN SHAFIE,
"The Palestinians, A Continuous Revolutionary
Struggle"
8:30 p.m.: POETRY of the Palestine Resistance.
9:30 p.m.: FILM: Revolution Until Victory.
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