HOW TO FIND IT:
This is a hard one to find because there really isn't anything to find. The best guide star is the globular cluster M73. M72 is 1 1/2 degree east, and slightly south.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR:
You will only have to find this one once. One look and you will have seen all there is to observe. M73 is not a deep sky object. It is an asterism, or pattern created by the alignment of the stars and earth. This apparent cluster of 3 or 4 stars contained what Messier referred to as "very little nebulosity." There is no nebulosity.
Unless you are trying to check off all Messier objects, M73 is not worth the trouble.