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WHQEVER TOOK BRIEFCASE bearing initials
E.F.D. from MLB please return. Documents needed.
Simply drop off at Romance Lang. Dept. office or
call evenings after 10 p.m., 995-8845 or office, 763-
1342. $50.00 reward. Absolutely no questions asked.
59A918
TWO KEYS FOUND in the Arboretum. Call 996-0125.
dA915
PLEASE RETURN contents of brown leather brief
case taken at University Cellar on 9/11 to occupant,
3030 Fernwood, No. 14A, Ann Arbor, 48104. C.O.D.
OK. 83A914
LOST CAT-Grey/white markings, 3 year, neutered
male. Rackham vicinity. Needs medication. Susan,
665-6704.763-4363. 80A916

SINGLE ROOM in East Quad for female available
Sept. 25. Judy, 995-1667, persistently. 28C914
ON CAMPUS-Two bedroom furnished apartment.
Call Mike 9-11 a.m., 3-4 p.m., 995-2526. 85C916
WOMEN, Feminist vegetarian, non-smoking house-
hold. 663-8376 or 761-2274. 82C917
NEWLY DECORATED large modern 2 bedroom
apartments on Madison near South Quad. Available
for immediate occupancy. Call McKinley Properties
at 769-8520 for adl appointment or for more infor-'
ration. 25C922
NEEDED-Parking space near 909 Church. Call
663-5409. 27C915
3 1ALES LOOKING for roommate to share bi-
level apartment on Geddes. Call 995-3745 and ask
for Rob, Jon or Jordan. 17C915
ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. 1 block from Diag,
new wall to wall carpeting and just painted.
Also 3 or 4 man furnished apt. with one bedroom
plus study. Block and % from Law School, parking.
Campus Management, Inc., 335 E. Huron St.
663-4101 erte

AQUARIUM-20 gal., stand, light and all equip-
ment. $60.00.663-8681. 69B917
-USED UPRIGHT PIANO-Good tone and action.
$400 or best offer. 663-9805. 08B916
WANT TO SLEEP BETTER? Two or three person
loft for sale, will fit in dorm rooms, houses, and
apartments. Complete with carpeting and paneling.
Call 668-1549 and make an offer. dB915
2 FRESHMAN TICKET packets together for sale.
Call 662-0639. 14B915
DORM REFRIGERATOR, used one year. Cedar-
lined chifferobe, priced to sell. Evenings, 662-5333.
16B915
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER, 600 BTU, great
condition. After 5:00,761-1067. 71B926.
USED REFRIGERATOR, good condition, $25. 769-
3078. cB923
PAASCHE-Typoe V air brush, many, many extras,
$75.971-2825. 32B9i5
SEARS REFRIGERATOR, 5 cubic feet, defroster
button. 996-0165. 87B914
BEDS, CHESTS, MATTRESSES, couches, chairs,
refrigerators, stoves, and much, much more.
10,000 square feet of good used furniture and appli-
ances. Drive 30 miles to Jackson and save at
Cash & Carry Used Furniture and Appliances,
817 E. Michigan Avenue, Jackson. 88B924
FOR R ENT
UNIQUE CABIN FOR RENT with electricity, but
heating and cooking by wood stoves. Near Traverse
City. Ideal for artists or creative family desiring
practical but non-commercial energy for heating.
Includes loft and sunken workshop/studio with fire-
place. Owner interested in exchanging mechanical
or artistic services for rent. Apply to P.O. Box
183, Kingsley, Michigan: Give particulars concern-
ing family and future living plans. '65C920
NEED THIRD MAN for large well-furnished apart-
ment. $150/month. 995-1987. 36C920
FEMALE NON-SMOKERS, 4 bedroom house: $125-
140, split utilities. 663-8376, 761-2774. 68C917
LARGE BEDROOM with bath in house. Ideal loca-
tion. 663-2639. 60C921
SPACE AVAILABLE in fraternity. 19 meals a
week, large rooms. Please call NOW, 761-5950.
54C916

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SELF-STORAGE UNITS, 5'x10' to 20'x30', and out-
side r.v. storage. 663-6443. 290919
OPENING IN A double-bedroom in a house on
Hill and Packard. 995-1631. 04C914
LEASE IN WEST QUAD double. Female. Available
immediately. 995-3962. 30C915
PERSON WANTED for large room. Friendly,
cooperative vegetarian house near campus. $155/
month. 995-7526. 73C917
THIRD MALE for 3-bdrm. house, Burns Park area.
Non-smokers. $140/mo. 662-8863. 34C915
SINGLE ROOMS available in Christian household
(females only). $125.00 including all utilities free.
Contact Jim at 665-2757. 24C917
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Newly-carpeted 2-bedroom apartment in unique
older house. Suitable for 3-4 persons. Campus
Rentals, Ltd., 1335 S. University, 665-8825. 26C914
ROOM A N :B r
ROOMS $105-155/month. Op. meals $100/mon. 995-
5374 from 7-11 p.m. 09E919
MALE CONTRACTS in Friends International
Coop. Fall and/or Winter term. International
cooking, study rooms, T.V., ping pong, volleyball.
Grad students preferred. 761-7435. 61E917

PHOTOGRAPH AMATEUR FIGURE models. Inex-
pensive. After 4p.m. and weekends. 761-1036. 88F915
FALL FILM SERIES-a first-run Holocaust-theme
flicks. Thursday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. "Lacombe, Lucien"
$1.00 at Hillel, 1429 Hill. cF914
CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST-LTC meets
Thursday, September 14th: 7:00 p.m., at Memorial
Christian Church on the corner of Hill and Tappan.
93F914
BOWLING LEAGUES forming, Men's. Women's and
Mixed, sign-up at U Lanes, 60Q reduced rates for
open bowling 10-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. cF914
STARVING ARTISTS SALE-Inexpensive art to
decorate your room, all locally produced and priced
at $15 or less. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept.
14-16, 12 noon to 6 p.m. Canterbury Loft, 332 S. State
St., second floor, near Nickel's Arcade. Browsers
welcome. 36F916
FIGHT APARTHEID! Join the Washtenaw County
Coalition Against Apartheid. For more information
call 662-9759. dF915
FREE ROOM AND BOARD for experienced horse
person in exchange for help training show horses.
Phone after 6 p.m., 1-878-3153. 33F915
TIRED OF INTELLECTUALS? Want to date a
imanwith his feet on the soil? Dave Hoover, 662-
1535 before 9 a.m., or evenings. 10F920
ATTENTION U-M SENIORS-If you plan graduate
study, in the U.S. or England, you should compete
now for the Danforth, Marshall, Power, and Rhodes
fellowships. You need an outstanding G.P.A., im-
pressive extracurricular activities and a coherent
plan of study. Please contact Hank Peiter, 5208
Angell Hall, 764-4489 forfurther information. The
deadline for completed applications is September
25. 22F917
76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HOUR PERSONAL COUNSELING AND
REFERRAL CALL 76-GUIDE. For University
phone numbers, events and movies call 764-1817;
for student phone numbers call 764-2330. 06F921
A GROUP IS BEING FORMED for children of
Holocaust survivors to share thoughts on the in-
fluence of the Holocaust in their lives and to discuss
mutual concerns. All who may be interested call
Howie at 769-3184 or Hank at 995-0254 (evenings
best). 27F914
LEARN AND HAVE FUN, too, working with chil-
dren, 2 -6 years old through Project Outreach.
Call 764-3487 for more information. 65F916
SHY, HANDSOME, semi-athletic, intermittent
smoker, 25, wants to meet unpretentious woman.
Interests include: Walker Percy, Thomas Wolfe,
Physics, Gustav Mahler, Bela Bartok, Beethoven,
Keith Jarrett, Pat Metheny, Tim Buckley, Nick
Drake, Leonard Cohen, Tennis, .and Sherlock
Holmes. If you would like to meet me for dinner
call 1-576-4678 or write Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich.
48068. You have nothing to lose. I'll even play
tennis if I have to. 62F929
U-M TRAVEL BOWLING TEAMS. Tryouts for
women and men, Sunday, September 17 and 24,
9a.m. Union Lanes. cF917
FORGOTTEN PRISONER wants to hear from some-
one who cares. Please write: Tom, Box 186, New
Ulm, Minnesota 56073. 44F915
CHABAD HOUSE
WELCOMING SHABBOS
SPECIAL
DR. BLOCK speaks on
"The King In the Field"
Friday, Sept. 15, 8p.m.
at 715 Hill St.
Dial 99-LEARN cF915
SINGLES WORKSHOP (5 men, 5 women). Initiat-
ing, deepening, renegotiating relationships. Sept.
22-24. Bob Blood, PhD; Margaret Blood, M.A.; 769-
0046. 27F921
NEED COPIES?
THE WORDPROCESSOR. We do copying,
typing, binding and printing. Ask about our 10%
discount cards for students and faculty.
211 S. STATE STREET 662-3969
7 days
1202S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401

DRH:
Come see our wormless kitchen. Dinner on Ann
Sat. night?
-BWB sF915
REDUCED RATES for billiards every day, 10 a.m.-
6 p.m. at the Union. cF914
GAY MALE Coming out groups. For men begin-
aing to deal with their gayness. Meeting once a
week for three hours for about eight weeks. Call
995-9292. p35F926
WANTED-Two or more tickets to Alvin Ailey,
good seats preferable. Call Betty or Shelley at
769-0886 persistently. , dF916
ERWIN FARMS
PICK YOUR OWN APPLES
Open -7 days, starting Sept. 15, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
McIntosh, now, $4.50/bushel, $2.50//. Red Delicious,
starting Sept. 29; Golden Delicious, Northern Spys,
Ida Reds, starting Oct. 6. 58354 Pontiac Trail, New
Hudson. Follow Pontiac Trail 412 miles past South
Lyon, on left. 437-0191. cF930
THE VERY LATEST in styles & products. U-M
Stylists,_Harold, Chet & Dave at the Union. cF915
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University.

LUMS RESTAURANT, N. Campus area-Cooks,
full or part-time. Waitresses, M/F, full-time days
or nights. Must be 18. Apply in person. 1759 Ply-
mouth Rd. ' 57H924
RECEPTIONIST
This person will be responsible for reception and
switchboard duties part-time from 3-7 p.m., Mon-
day-Friday. If you are looking for a challenging
opportunity with excellent fringe benefits, please
call 313-769-6800, ext. 654.
ADP Network Services
180 Jackson Plaza
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

Tennis Club needs;
* CONTROL DESK PERSON
weekends only, 3:30-closing

FLAG FOOTBALL COACHES needed Monday-
Thursday, 3:45 till 5:15 p.m. Contact Ann Arbor
YMCA, George McKinney. 663-0536. 97H916
SECURITY GUARDS
Assigned to U of M campus
and Ann Arbor
FULL-TIME OPENINGS
11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m.
$3.71/hr. after probationary period. Paid hospitali-
zation, life insurance and vacation. Apply at State
Security Services, 1000 Cornwall Place, Ann Arbor
(North wing of old St. Joe's Hospital), 668-0444. An
equal opportunity employer. 92H914

49H924 EAT FREE with Delta Sigma Delta Dental Frat,
Hill at Washtenaw. Lunch, dinner kitchen help
needed Monday-Friday. 761-6616, evenings. 48H914

and
*SHORT ORDER COOK
Mon.-Fri., 4-9p.m.
Apply in person, Huron Valley Tennis Club, 3235
Cherry Hill Rd., near Humane Society. 662-5514.
42H916
SIGMA PHI EPSILON Fraternity needs dishwash-
ers. Free meals. 761-5676. 35H916
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN-Part-time to repair
microprocessor computer components. Digital
experience and familiarity with test equipment
necessary. Flexible hours. 995-7616. 39H920
CLERK/TYPIST needed part-time. Call 995-7616.
38H920
PIZZA HUT, 3045 Carpenter Road is accepting
applications for cooks and waitresses. Apply in
person. 971-6500. An equal opportunity employer.
41H920
HOUSEKEEPER-Faculty family, 8-12 hrs./week,
afternoons but flexible. After 6 and weekends, 769-
1672. 46H920
MEAL JOB for small family, 3-4 evenings per
week. Cook dinner, some housekeeping. Supervise
11 yr. old after school. Dinner plus salary. 662-
4721 days, 995-5703 evenings. Old West Side. 66H920
EAT FOR FREE. Meal crew positions still avail-
able at Sigma Chi Fraternity. 663-5921. 48H919
FULL-TIME AND part-time janitorial, good bene-
fits. Call 663-2790, M-Th, 10-3. 50H921
SUPERIOR MEALS
Lunch and dinner. Willing to train reliable gentle-
man. Permanent job. Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
761-7553. 53H917
ROOM SERVICE. Apply Weber's Inn. Full or part
time. 3050 Jackson Rd. 55H916
EARN $5.50 for 2 hours of work. Report to room
1057 MHRI 9/15 or 9/18 at 1 p.m. to participate in
a written word frequency test. > 61H917
STUDENT JANITOR-Mornings, approx. 2 hrs.
per day, 6 days a wk. Mon. thru Sat. See Arch
Gamm, Student Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard.
dH
RN's NEEDED for challenging staffing and private
duty assignments. Enjoy flexible hours and excel-
lent wages. For more information call UPJOHN
Healthcare Services, 761-2285. 8911915
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED to assist handi-
capped man. Can help with inside and outside
house tasks. Will trade for room, board & loving
family. Call 995-8855. 81H919
AFTERNOONS 1-5, Monday-Friday for delivery of
office supplies. Must have driver's license and be
able to move furniture. Call 769-5020, Andrews
Office Warehouse. 77H1914
SACA TACO NEEDS full or part-time people to
work days. Hours flexible. Apply in person; 414 E.
William. 78H916
BABYSITTER for 7 month old boy in my home.
Woodbury Gardens. 4 days per week, 8:30-3:00.
Begin Sept. 18th. 663-9781. 13H916
WEEKEND COOKS, fraternity house. 2 hours/day,
wage negotiable, meals included. Call Mark, 761-
3123. 86H916
NURSES AIDES-Experienced Nurses Aides
needed for interesting assignments in home and
hospital settings. Flexible part-time hours with top
wages. For more information call UPJOHN Health-
care Services, 761-2285. 90H915
HAVE EXTRA TIME? Need a quiet place to study?
Babysit for my 6-month old girl, 12:15-4:30, Mon.-
Fri. in my home near campus. (She sleeps much
of this time). Call Jere at 764-6108 (days), 665-
6339 (evenings). 23H915
KITCHEN HELP needed, Delta Chi Fraternity.
761-6442. 00H917
STUDENT FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Free room/
board. North Campus area. Full use of my home.
Please call my office 764-6280 or home after 5:00
p.m., weekends 761-1127. 01H917
PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER, $3.00/hour. Call
Bob, 995-2554. 21H915
MODELS-$8.00/hour. Apply 215 'S. Fourth Ave.,
Ann Arbor. 668-9755. 12ffi2
WORK/STUDY Ticket office serving Civic Perform-
ing Arts Group. 10-12 hours per week. $3.60 per
hour. Call Jean, 763-5213 or 769-1087. 10H916
NITE CLUB waitpersons. Apply in person to Larry
Meyers at Second Chance, 516 E. Liberty. 9911915

SENIOR OR GRADUATE STUDENT to supervise
LSA Student Telethon. Four hours per night, 6:00
to 10:00, Monday through Thursday, October 9
through November 16. Call 763-5577. Pay $3.50/hour.
40H915
KITCHEN HELP WANTED, free board. Sigma
Alpha Nu Fraternity, 800 Lincoln Ave. 994-1336.
591915
PART-TIMEJANITORIAL WORK, mornings or
weekends. Near campus. Call 1-8789991 evenings
before 10. 60H924
$5 PER HOUR! Person wanted part-time own
hours to work canvassing neighborhood. $5/hour.
995-5665,24 hour phone. 5411915
STUDENTS NEEDED for LSA Alumni fund-raising
telethon. Two to four nights/week, October 6 through
November 16. Hours are 6:30 to 9:38 Monday through
Thursday. LSA students preferred. $3.50/hour. Call
763-5576. 3911915
HELP WANTED-Mechanically inclined student
to work part-time. Flexible hours, apply in person.
210 S. First St. 061921
EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY! Work meal crew
for fraternity. Call 761-3126. 21H915
HOUSECLEANING, 12 hours/week, close to cam-
pus. Call after 5 p.m., 662-7169. 2311916
PART-TIME COUNTER help wanted. Apply in
person at Orange Julius at 1237 S. University,
Ann Arbor between 1-5 p.m. Ask for Mike. 16H1914
MAINTENANCE PERSON needed for apartment
house. Some carpentry skills, installation of insula-
tion and pointing brick. Hours flexible. Call 483-
5689. 3411915
WAITERS/WAITRESSES needed- in exchange for
meals. Prefer students. Monday-Saturday. Theta
Xi Fraternity, 761-6133. Ask for Steward or House
Manager. 3511922
JANITORIAL-Retail building. 3 p.m.-9 p.m.
Wednesday. 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Friday. Need transpor-
tation. 971-7676. 6511916
MANAGER
Part time 30 hours. Weekends plus Wednesday
and Friday P.M. Large retAil establishment. Call
971-7676 workdays. Prefer grad student. 64H916
MEAL MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED for dinner.
Free food. Sigma Nu Fraternity. 761-3127. 3411914
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
10-30 hrs. wk.
TELEPHONE HELP 10-30 hrs./wk.
KITCHEN HELP 30-40 hrs./wk.
Must be 18, no car necessary. Apply in person
only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place, across from Couzens Hall. 3211919
WORK PART TIME in a physically disabled per-
son's home. Call 9-5, Mon.-Fri., 971-0277. 50H914
DISHWASHERS AND BUSPERSONS wanted. Chi
Psi Fraternity. Call Jim at 761-6281. 4511921
SUBJECTS NEEDED for psychology experiments.
Sign up now for the psychology subject pool. Earn
$2.50/hr. Call 764-4209 from 9-4. 1311915
BRIARWOOD Shopping Center is now taking
applications for full and part time positions for
fall and winter. Please apply in person, 9 a.m.-5
p.m. Briarwood Mgt. Office, 100 Briarwood Circle,
Ann Arbor. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
09H914
SORORITY NEEDS buspersons for lunch and dinner
in exchange for meals. Chris, 663-5331. 1611915
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF Restaurants, located at
3021 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor; 3015 Washtenaw,
Ypsilanti; 2245 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor are
now accepting applications for counter help. Appli-
cants must be 18 yrs. old. Students going back to
school or housewives that want time away from
home. Apply daily 2-5. 88H923
U.S.Y. LEADER for Beth Israel Youth Group.
Previous leadership preferred. Couple welcome.
665-0941, Mrs. Rosenthal. 60H914
DESIRE MECHANICALLY inclined student to
sell power equipment .and small engine parts.
Flexible hours. Apply in person. 210 South First,
Ann Arbor. 58H915
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for work/study
student to become involved in psychophysiological
research on the cerebral hemisphere and in bio-
feedback. Familiarity with MIDAS and statistics
helpful. This would be a particularly rewarding
experience for a pre-med or psychology junior or
senior. Call Pat Blackmer at the Psychophysiology
Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, 763-0115. 9411915
GRAD STUDENT NEEDED to prepare an economic
impact report. Rural community. Finance and
Housing Associates Consultants. 668-7124. 9611914

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PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
pcJtc
IMPROVE YOUR GRADS! Send $1.00 for your
26-page, mail order catalog of Collegiate Research.
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles, C
90025 (213) 477-8226. cJ1128
RIDING LESSONS-Experienced, qualified in-
structor. 482-4579, evenings. 37J914
W ANTEDTO BUY
WANTED-Michigan Football tickets. Phone 769-
3927. 58K915
WANTED TO BUY-Five football tickets together
for Sept. 30th Duke game. Senior priority preferred.
764-4967. 45K915
UECf
'72 FORD Torino Stationwagon, an ideal grad
family transportation. New exhaust, brakes, and
shocks. $600. Call 761-3852. 18N919
1974 CAPRICE CLASSIC Chevrolet, 2-door herdtop.
New transmission and muffler. Call 4835973 after
5p.m. dN
'72 BUICK LeSabre, radial tires. Asking $800. 665-
3083 after 6 p.m. 40N917
'71 GREMLIN-AM/FM, new brakes, dependable.
$550 or best offer. After 6 p.m., 434-6642. 47N9t6
MUST SELL-'76 Vega Hatchback. 16,500 miles,
excellent condition. $1700 or best offer. 761-4431
persistently. 76N914
'73 PINTO WAGON-Good running condition, needs
some body work. $600 or best offer. 761-4431 per-
sistently. 75N914
'70 VW CAMPER, '78 engine, new brakes, muf-
fler, etc. 764-6175 days, 971-4488 eves. 63N917
'70 HORNET-6 cylinder, automatic, excellent
mechanical condition, low mileage, cassette. $600,
O.B.O.663-9027. 15N916
FOR SALE-1967 BMW-1600. Runs good. $500. Call
668-9064. p17N919
'69 FORD WAGON. Good condition, $450. '72 PINTO.
Excellent condition, $700.971-5507. 03N914
'69 CHEVY IMPALA, excellent condition, new
tires, brakes, suspension. $900.995-8461, Al. 29N917
75 MONZA CHEVY, V-8, 4-speed, 2 plus 2, 45,000
miles. AM-FM radio. Best offer. Call after 6 p.m.,
434-0372, 434-1189. 61N915
'67 PONTIAC GP. A/C, power, excellent shape,
$275.668-7470 or 665-0724 persistently. 53N91
'72 DODGE Sportsman Van. Good condition. 761
4161. Best offerover $800. 82N91
'72 VEGA, new exhaust, brakes. Dependable, drives
very good. $225.429-2007 after 5. 80N914
1972 BMW 2002. 971-0651, call after 4 p.m. 90N915
1971 VW Squareback, 5,000 miles on rebuilt engine.
New fuel injection, electrical work. $1,000 or best
offer. Karen after 5,662-2445. 32N916
ALUMNUS with four season tickets will pay to
exchange four season tickets together in a better
location. Call 971-88018. 20Q916
WANTED-4 tickets to U-M/Illinois game, Septem-
ber 16. Call Mr. Kidd, 1-268-3770. 39Q914
I NEED 1 or 2 N.D. tix and 2 Illinois tix. Call
761-4772. 02Q914
TWO MICHIGAN season tickets. Best pffer. Call
evenings, 665-0538. 43Q915
SELLING TWO football booklets. Section 34, row
36. 662-5504. 72Q915
I-NEED HOROWITZ TICKETS!!! I NEED BE-
TWEEN TWO AND EIGHT TICKETS FOR THE
OCTOBER 8th CONCERT, AND I WILL PAY
DECENT MONEY. CALL 994-5579 PERSIS-
TENTLY! PAIRS ONLY. dQ916
TWO TICKETS for George Benson concert at Pine
Knob for sale. Lawn seats, Sat. 9/16. Call 662-1611
dQ914
TICKETS WANTED-2 or 4 together, Sec 22, 23,
or 24 above row 30. Will pay. 482-0013 persistently.
90Q9194
2 SEASON TICKETS, section 24. Price negotiable.
665-4831. 94Q914
WANTED-Michigan football season tickets. 358-
1411 days, 681-1839 evenings. 09Q914
SEASON TICKETS for sale. 4 together in end zone.
769-0822, evenings only. 49Q924
SENIOR PRIORITY FOOTBALL tickets wanted,
2 together. 663-2570 or 995-0009. 85Q915

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Acquainted
(with)
contendere
Whetstone
"This is -
saying..."
Inspiration
Miner's nail
Importune
Currency
DOWN
Flat rock
Chrysalis
Seed covering
Thistlelike
plant
Italian physicist
Poetic time
Milksop: Colloq.
Eminence
Forward: Fr.
Victoria
Mountain
range of
Turkestan
Piece of candy
Compassion
River in central
Africa

21 "-in the
hand..."
24 Air Force Base at
Las Vegas
26 Custom
27 Port on the Gulf of
Aqaba
28 Mme. Curie
29 Housewife's work
30 Uniform of the
Black Watch
31 Elm genus
32 Italian food
35 Flee: Slang
38 In servitude
40 Beginnings of a
toast
42 Pocket gopher
43 Heir
46 " kleine
nachtmusik"
48 Sarcastic
50 Cockatoo
51 Well-known name
in journalism
52 Picot part
53 City of Sicily
54 Town near Padua
56 Fountain order
57 Stout and porter
58 Webster
60 Greek letters

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