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LOST-Orange and white tweed scarf. Generous
reward for return. Call Laurie at'662-0232. 84A321
REWARD TO ANYONE who finds a brown plastic
wallet belonging to Hussein J. -Lost between Mich-
igan Union and UGLI evening of 3/13/79. Alien
card and other I.D. vitally important. The money
you may keep. Pleasee call 995-0595 'or 665-3594.
03A323
SHARP HOME FOR SALE
Dear Professors or other University Employees:
We have a neat 3 bedroom, quad level home for
sale. It is built in a good area and designed for
comifortable and economical living. It is set on a
nice, large, high parcel of land with lake privileges
and private park close by. This home is only about
six -minutes from North Campus and just off U.S. 23
North. This is a good value at $69,900. Call George
Stutevile for appointment, 449-2973. 02B321
VEGA '74-4-speed, runs excellent. Good trans-
portation. Some rust. $500. 662-4987. 70320
BARGAIN-New '79 Ford, window van. 4-speed
overdrive. Captain's chairs. Many extra. Plush,
practical, no problems. Burks, 662-9630. 956324
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 59 Card programmable
calculator. Brand new, still under warranty. In-
cludes cards, manuals, plus source book. Call Jim,
663-6002. 868322
WATERBEDS ARE BEDDER from A New Dawning
Water Bedrooms. Visit our newly expanded location
at 213 S. Fourth Ave. Between Liberty and Wash-
ington. 665-0386. cBtc-
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS rememoer to
come see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard
near Platt. 971-1355. cBtc
FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM unfurnished apartment. Near
campus. Garage, fall option. Call after 5 p.m. 995-
2158. 13C331
I BEDROOM APT. summer sublet. Available from
April 1. On campus. $180. 995-4941. 17C318
FURNISHED 1-BDRM. Duplex, available Spring
and Summer with option of leasing this fall. Near
campus, parking. 668-0538. 16C320
SINGLE ROOM in 3 bedroom apartment from May
till August. Swimming pool, laundry facilities, park-
ing, air conditioned. Very near Medical Center and
Kroger's. Price negotiable. Call Cyrena, 663-5891.
dCtc
LARGE MODERN, furnished, air conditioned, one
bedroom apartment. Near campus Walnut.
Parking. Sublet May 1. FALL OPTION if signed by
March 21.764-3436 or 668-8662. 98C318
MOTHER OF THREE TEENAGERS wishes to
share home with responsible -person. Village of
Milford. 764-9177 weekdays, 685-1056 after 6:30.
09C318
SUMMER LEASES available. $70-140/month. Call
Jim. 995-5374 between Sand 7p.m. 41(C320
MODERN two-bedroom furnished apartments
four blocks north of Rackham available for fall,
$335-$340 per month. Rent includes heat, water,
parking, laundry facilities and disposals. Also
modern two-bedroom unfurnished apartments one
mile from campus available for fall. Rent $280 to
$285 per month includes heat, water, parking, laun-
dry facilities and disposal.
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St. -663-4101
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AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Efficiency apart-
ment. Quiet location near campus. Pool, unfur-
nished. Call evenings, 663-9928. 00C323
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE. Close to campus, hos-
pitals. Parking. Rob, 769-4711. Messages, 663-9772.
99C321
THREE BEDROOM apartment. $127.50/month,
utilities paid. Eight/Twelve month lease. Female.
764-9873. 97C322
SAM Fraternity at 800 Lincoln has a few single
rooms with board available for 1979-80. Reasonable.
Call 994-6356. 79C323
SINGLE ROOM in 3 bedroom apartment from May
till August. Swimming pool, laundry facilities,
parking, air conditioned. Very near Medical Center
and Kroger's. Price negotiable. Call Cyrena, 663-
5891. dCtc
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for own bedroom
in 3 bedroom apt. for next school year. Near
Bus./Law Schools. Call around dinnertime, 995-
-3662. 76C321
FALL 1979 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing efficiencies and 1 bedroom
modern, furnished apartments for next fall. Stop by
or call'Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church. 761-7600
Daily 9-5. eCtc
BROADWAY APTS. near North Campus, immedi-
ate occupancy, deluxe units, 2 bedroom from $320/
month includes heat, 1 bedroom from $270/month,
includes heat. No pets 769-2256. 39C318
FALL 1979
4 and 5 Bedroom Apartments
Newly remodeled units in Centennial House. All new
carpet, drapes, furniture and appliances.
Campus Rentals, Ltd.
1335 S. University
665-8825
cCtc
The Highlands
LOCAMD ON
NORTH CAMPUS
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments for
immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring: security
lock system, drapes, dishwasher, tennis courts and
swimming pool. Buses to and from central campus
daily.
CALL
769-3672
Or visit the Resident Manager at 1693 Broadway,
Apt. 302.
MANAGED BY
REAUME & DODDS
Management Co.
cCtc
3 MAN, 2 BEDROOM and study unfurnished house
for fall near CCRB, $430 plus all utilities.
Also efficiency and one bedroom furnished apart-
ments in older buildings near' campus for fall
occupancy. Campus Management, Inc.. 663-4101.
cCtc
FALL LEASES AVAILABLE:
8 2-bedroom furnished apartments from $320.
1 1-bedroom furnished apartment, $275.
1 4-bedroom furnished house, $500.
Please call 663-0892. evenings.
44C318
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
One bedroom and two bedroom apts. Now available.
Furnished. Includes heat, water and parking. Across
from U of M Stadium. 2 blocks from campus bus
stop. Sans Souci Apts., 1036 S. Main. 994-3955. cCtc
SUMMER STORAGE. Clean, safe, from $20/month.
12 miles south of UM Stadium. I-94 & Ann Arbor-
Saline R. SmntwAwav Self-Storage, 769-0119. cC41S

REDUCED RATES for Billiards everyday till
6 p.m. at the Union. Open 10 a.m. Mon.-Fri., 1
p.m. Sat. & Sun. cF318
IF YOU ARE JEWISH, female, 22-28, independent-
minded, open, selective, intelligent, thoughtful,
somewhat unconventional, an "outdoors type," and
have a sense of humor, you might enjoy meeting
one Jewish male grad student, 27, non-smoker,
who is fond of bicycling, hiking, backpacking, sail-
ing, long walks, theater, dance, musicals, concerts,
dancing, plants and animals, cooking, and a variety
of sports. Write Box No. 23 at the Daily. 80F317
ASTROLOGICAL SERVICES-Natal Charts, con-
sultation, instruction. Barbara Ribble, astrologer.
434-6458 eves. 64F320
DELECTABLE DELI, New York Style. 1429 Hill
St. at Hillel. $1.50. Sun., March 18 at 6:00 p.m.
cF318
AMES
HAPPY 22ND BIRTHDAY
04F317
SEARCHING? Women's Career Fair. March 24.
MLB, All Day. FREE. 53F317
OPEN BRUNCH at Hillel Foundation. Sunday,
March 18at 11:00a.m. $1.50. cF318
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP for men,
women in transition. March 23-25. $25 plus sliding
scale. Bob Blood, PhD., Margaret Blood, M.A.
769-0046. cF322
TAKE A BREAK! Dip a critter with a friend ..
Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent
to the Farmer's Market) cF317

WANT STUDENTS to either arrange showings or
sell new line of gold jewelry priced under $26,
including 12 karat gold necklace with cut diamond.
Excellent money for minimum parttime work. Call
668-6219 for details between 4 and 6 p.m. 18H321
EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE early May through
Sept. 4th-Housekeeping, kitchen, busboy and
maintenance. Send resume-Iroquois Hotel, Mack-
inac Island, MI 49757. 14H401
PART-TIME, FLEXIBLE HOURS, minimum wage,
apply in person only, Monday 19th, between 1
and 5, Century Housewares, 2111 Packard St. 24H318
BABYSITTER. Responsible woman for 16 month
old baby and sometimes 4 yr. old boy, 2 days weekly,
must love children and have own transportation,
Miller-Wagner area. 663-2185. 08H323
CAMP NIOBE
Dryden, Mich.
COUNSELORS
Special Ed, Psych, Rec.
June 27-August 12
Interviewing March 23
Summer Placement
Call 763-4117
p23H320
SOCCER INSTRUCTORS wanted. Afternoons. Con-
tact Mr. McKinney, Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536. 58H324
PART TIME SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST-
College background necessary. 25 hrs./week. 35
hrs./week as of May 1st. Call662-3149. 71H318
B & T ASSOCIATES, A LOCALLY BASED CON-
SULTING FIRM, IS LOOKING FOR STUDENTS TO
HELP DEVELOP AND MARKET PROGRAMS.
Contact Bill or Ron, 9-5 daily, 995-5423. 73H320
NORTHERN MICH. Childrens Summer Camp has
openings for Arts & Crafts directors-Teacher
Certification required. Call (313) 355-3114. 78H329
BNT, a locally based consulting firm, is looking
for students to help develop and market programs.
Contact Bill or Ron, 995-54239-5 daily. 66H322
RESERVE OFFICERS TO ASSIST ARMY ROTC
AND EARN RETIREMENT POINTS. INFOR-
MATION CALL 764-2400. 65H325

TYPING reasonable and reliable. 971-9093 after
5 pm. 19J324'
WANT HIGH QUALITY
AND PRINTING AND
COPYING?
COME TO
WORDPROCESSORS
We offer quick job turn around and clean, crisp
copies. The widest range of special paper stocks
in town. Many other specialty items and services
available, also typing, graphic design, word pro-
cessing, and type setting.
211S. State 662-3969
cJtc
DISSERTATION TYPING
Superior quality and fast service. Call Donna,
973-0433. 96J320
BOOKBINDING
DISSERTATIONS 1-2 $10.50
3-5 9.50
6-? 8.50
and all other Bindings
THE BROWN-BESS BOOK-
BINDING CO. of Ann Arbor. 662
E. Liberty, Ann Arbor (inside David's Books) 665-
8017. 32J317
TYPING/BINDING
' Dissertations
" Theses/Term papers
" Business/Letters/Resumes
" Legal
Judie Birdsall 665-9843
612 S. Forest Suite B
cJtc
Typing. IBM Selectric. Fast, reliable. Nancy 662-
9823. 29J320
PROFESSIONAL TYPING-Experienced, depen-
dable. Business, theses, dissertation. Call Cheri 971-
7356. 18J323
WRITING SERVICES, Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research. Typing. Experienced Professional. 996-
0566 cJtc
TYPING, EXPERIENCED, all kinds, reasonable.
971-3699. 50J318
THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
TypingCopying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat. Itc
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
and
WORDPROCESSING
The WORDPROCESSORS. we
specialize in dissertations, manuscripts, resumes,
legal and term papers. Rackham quality guaran-
teed. Also copying, printing and binding. Open 7
days.
211 '. State St. 662-3969
cJtc

CELEBRATE St. Patrick's Day. by st
the Wild Weft to check out our yarns-
every other color in the rainbow. Ort
self to a class-our four-week rug c
March . For more information, call
come to 415 N Fifth Ave., in Kerrytown.
PIZZA PART)
MISS JUDY KARBAL
will speak on
"JE WISH MARRIAG
To Women at 715 Hill Street.
SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 8:0
Also featuring a film of a
"CHASIDIC WEDDIN
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102.
EXPERIENCE RELAXATION of in
religious discussion. Join group. Free
FANTASTICKS, THE: America's long
musical. Canterbury Loft, 332S. State St
16, 17, 8p.m. Tickets $3, at door.
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our
r It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
12095. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
OFFSET AND XER
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATIN
COPYQUICK-769-05
1217 S. University -
INVESTOR WILL PAY $200 reward for i
leading to purchase of house or apartme
on or near campus. 995-0335.
ANITA BRYANT follies-An originalr
Canterbury Loft. March 21 thru 24, 8 p
$2, at door. 332S. State St.
HAD ANY real "cake" courses recentl
reporter seeks information on exceptio
classes. Please call Marianne at 764-0552.
CQMPULSIVE AD placer seeks femal
interested in an unprofessional relation
Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich. 48068 or cal

opping into
-green and
treat your-
lass begins
761-2466 or
cF317
,'r
0 P.M.
IG. '

ROCK'N ROLL
For Sale-One pair of tickets to the NAZARETH
concert at Cobo Hall in Detroit on Sat., March 24
at 8:00 p.m. $10 each (cost). Call DAN at 995-
01o Pvnma 039

p cF318 WANTED-HOUSEKEEPER, 4 hrs. on weekend.
eProa $3an hour. Call 761-7636 after 6. 43H318
Personal-------- -- ---- - - -
cFtc DESK ATTENDANT-Afternoons. Contact Mr. Mc-
Kinney, Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536. 56H324
e 728-4677 CONCESSION MANAGER. Potter Park Zoo, Lans-
05F322 ing, MI. April 15-October 15, 1979. Manage entire
s rfood/souvenir
;est running
t. March 15, CONCESSION MANAGER, Potter Park Zoo,
cF317 Lansing, MI. April 15-October 15, 1979. Manage
entire food/souvenir/pony concession. Salary open.
Submit complete resume to William Lockwood,
business> 2671 Greenbliss, E. Lansing. Mich. 4882:3 by Wed-
nesday, March 21, 1979. 42H317
PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The U-M Allegory Division needs male volunteers
ages 18-35 to participate in a study to determine
the optimal dosage of a drug which has been widely
used in medical practice for many years.
cFtc We need normal subjects without allergies or other
Xserious medical problems. The study will take place
from March-June 1979. Participants will be studied
G on 3 nonConsecutive days on an outpatient basis.
560 Renumeration will be $100. Call 763-3141 for further
information. 55H324
cFtc ASPIRING WRITERS and photographers wanted
information for local magazine. Get published in exchange for
nt building work on staff. Send writing samples and photog-
etu-raphy information to Michigan Daily, Box No. 22.
cFt( 47H318

CHALET APT.
SUMMER SUBLET
Plush bi-level with balcony, 5 minutes from campus:
3-bedrooms, 3-baths, a dishwasher, and air-cond-
tioning. 994-0757. dU324
SUMMER SUBLET-1 bedroom, furnished, air,
sunny, near RACKHAM, great for couple. 994-
5895. 01U321
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET -
3 Bedroom penthouse suite. Parking, A.C.,'Dish
washer, Balconies. 769-3504. Negotiable. 62U321 ,
AVAILBLE 'NOW-SUBLET-Womanmneeded to '
share apartment with two other women. Three
blocks from campus. Rent negotiable. 994-3278.
82U323
SUMMER SUBLET-
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED HOME. 7 bed
rooms, 2 full baths. Washer/dryer/dishwashed.
Fenced in yard. Fireplace. One block from campus.
Price negotiable. Available May 1-August 31. Call.
764-2848, 764-2847, or 662-9574. dU324:
SUBLET-2 Bedroom Apt. close to campus. A/C,
sauna, laundry facilities. 668-2450. 63U404
SUBLET-May-August, 2-bedroom, bi-level 2-4
person. Air-conditioned, dishwasher, carpeted,
spacious. 10 minutes to DIAG, Hospital. 5 minutes
to Geddes shelter, ARB. Albert Terrace B-21,
Oxford at Geddes. $270/month plus electricity and
phone. Call 995-5279. 21U317
SUMMER SUBLET: Church Steet. 3 blocks from
*Engine Arch. 2 BR Modern; a/c, nidely furnished in
7-unit building. $240 per month plus electricity. 761-
1927. 19U318
SUBLET-Immediately 1 bedroom of 3 in house near
camapus. Unfurnished with loft. $115/mo. 662-6378
a.fter 5:00. ak for Jeff. 09U3:17

Sports or non-sports BUBBLE GUM, TOBACCO,
or other PICTURE Cards, nostalgia items. Sat.
11-4 p.m. at 1191- E. Liberty. Call 665-2169. 72K317
USED ROLLERSKATES, SKATEBOARDS WANT-
ED. Size 9'2 rollerskates nice, but not at all neces-
sary. Call Nick at 665-9524. More likely to be home
evenings. dK331

musical at
.m. Tickets
pcF222
y? A Daily
onally easy
dF321
e therapist
ship. Write
1 1-576-4678.
69F322

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
Mackinac Island related work
Reply to:
The Driftwood Motel & Restaurant
or Mackinac Island Passenger Service
59 N. State St.
St. Ignace. MI 49781

SHY X, HANDSMVr- lemember e o: I OccaUinaly
humorous, uniquely special and wonderful man,
25, wants to meet woman interested in reading and
classical music. Write Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich.
48068 or call 1-576-4678. It can't hurt to call me.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
68F322

40H321

COPIES: 31tach, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William.769-8338

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

79 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Carrie Catt
8 Ship's cable drum
15 Be a host
16 Feature of
filibustering
17 Accomplice
18 Shorten
19 Resting place
20 Beautiful city
NE of Rome
22 Plunder
23 Bead with
moisture
24 Shoe of a special
type
26 Hunter in the
heavens
29 Blue crowfoot
flower
34 "And I..."
35 Sharer of top
billing
37 Devoured
38 Lettuce variety
40 Earache
42 Syllables of
inquiry
43 From Spain
- to Lapland
45 Dogs' bark
46 Delayed
48 Assumed positions

49 Coloring matter
50 Couch
53 Humble creature
56 Squatter on
the range
58 Health resort
61 Expectant one
63 Made possible
65 Sadden
66 Portuguese wine
67 Deep
68 Thin
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1 Complain
2 Cupbearer of
the gods
3 Served for a point,
in tennis
4 Favorite
5 Kid's glove
6 Steer clear of
7 Sense organ
8 Pennsylvania
asset
9 Decide (a dispute)
10 - for the course
11 Steps for obstacles
12 Commotion
13 Ship in Greek
myth
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veto word
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Simpleton: Slang
Gumbo
Willow
Mazo de la -,
"Jalna" author
That is: Lat.
On
Summons by
calling
Useful
Harvests
Lack of refinement
Fairy tale
character
Hair-raising
City on the Pone
Advantages
Think highly of
March
News notes
Mercenary
Dry riverbed,
in Arabia
Man's name
Engrossed
Celtic language
Skidded
Family member
in France
Sixth Jewish
month
Honor cara
Franklin

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY--ROOM in coopera-
tion house with friendly people. $78 a month. 994-
4989. 61 E322

DAYTIME BUS-PERSONS, experienced preferred.
Apply in person between 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Briarwood
Hilton, 1-94 and State. 77H323
STUDENT AID POSITIONS-Applications available
at 1213 Angell Hall for Summer Orientation. LS&A
students interested in group and individual counsel-
ing encouraged to apply. 16 hrs. per week, after-
noons and evenings. Deadline: March 28. p74H325
FREE APARTMENT 2 rooms, bath for couple or
single women. No children. Nice home in, country,
west side of Ann Arbor. Night care only of semi-
invalid woman. $125 pay per week. Six nights only
(days free). Call 8-5 weekdays, 426-3961. 28H317
TENNIS PROS WANTED--Excellent Summer
seasonal and year-round positions available; good
playing and teaching background required. Call
&301) 654-3770. or send 2 complete resumes, pic-
tures to: K.J. Belknap, W.T.S., 8401 Connecticut
Avenue, Suite 1011, Chevy Chase, MD 20015. p33H327
DAYTIME WAIT-PERSONS, experienced prefer-
red. Apply in person between 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Briar-
wood lilton, I-94 and State. 78H323
(Good pay for dependable person w/car i to deliver
the MICIGAN D)AIIY 6 mornings a week on N.
Campus for Winter Term. N. Campus-area resident
preferred. but not essential. No collecting. 764-0558.
d itc

NURSING STUDENT SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT
Come get familiarized with the largest health care
service in the country. Veteran's Administration
Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Mi. hiring nursing
students as summer aides. $4.02-4.51 per hour. May 1-
Sept. 1. Contact M. Schnettler, Nursing Service 769-
7100, ext. 371, 372 or 373.
An equal opportunity employer
75H331
Get something for the Summer! We're selecting
students today for summer work. No experience
necessary. Can make $997 per month. Call 994-4326.
38H318
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is accepting applications
for carrier routes. Good pay. 6 mornings/week.
Bonus for supplements and no collecting. Call 764-
0)558. dHte
COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION OF INDEPEND-
ENT CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for 90 mem-
ber camps located N. Eastern U.S. July and August.
Contact: Association of Independent Camps, 55 West
42nd St.. New York, N.Y. 10036 (212) 763-6595.
p54H502
COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT
C'AMPS seeks qual iied counselors for 90 member
camps located N. Eastern U.S. Julv and August.
Contact: Association of Independent Camps. 55
West 42nd St.. New York, N.Y. 10036 212> 736-
6595. p5411502
TEACH OVERSEAS! All fields, all levels. For
details, send self-addressed, stamped, long envelope
to: Teaching. Box 1049, San Diego, CA 92112. p38H403
TYPISTS
The Word Processors, a professional commercial
service has full/part-ti e positions open. Skills
required are minimum 6wpm and background in
at least one of the following: transcription, type-
setting, or computerized. word processing equip-
ment. Pleasant working environment, pay com-
mensurate with skills and experience. Call Suzanne.
662-3969. cHtc

FREE COKE
For anyone with a lead on a four bedroom house
Drop us a line: 665-3802. dL320
$50 REWARD for information leading to occupancy
of inexpensive, 2 bedroom apartment, May 1.
Lori, 662-3121. 41L320
tMISCE L LA NEOUS
NOMINATIONS for the President, Vice-President,
Secretary, and Treasurer of The Graduate Em-
ployees Organization are open. They will be closed
Thursday, March 22 at the GEO membership meet-
ing. 8p.m., Rackham Amphitheater. 07M317
_ PE TS A ND SUPPLIE S
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
watch dogs, good with children, nice disposition.
Rn- -n e nh 1, A1 R'_5? a..-n-chofr- ,,

'69 VW. Fantastic body, no rust. New tires, clutch,
brakes, paint. Doesn't run. 995-4781. 94N317
64 VW, rebuilt engine, new steel belted radial Miche-
lin tires, sun roof, 32/45 mpg. $950 or best offer. 663-
5700. 32N31T
JEEP J1O, 1974, metallic topper, plow, 360, quad-
ratrack, hi-low range, headers, super clean and
mechanically perfect. Must sell'by 3/31. Ask for
Bob K., 995-7616 days;663-5422 nights. 49N320

ROOM FOR one or two people in Heritage House
Apt. for next fall. This roomy apt. includes dish-'
washer, air conditioning, balconies, fully carpeted
and two very fine gentlemen for roommates. For a
look at this luxurious apt. call Jonathan or Randy.
at 995-3981. dY320
FEMALE GRADUATE student seeks same. Own.
room in apartment. 995-5493 or 459-5463. 81Y323
Too late to Classify
CHEAPER AND BETTER, Russian House located,
in Vandenberg Co-op. Oxford Housing, seeks under-:
graduates and graduates interested in Russian and;.
East European languages and.culture for 1979-80.
Friendly atmosphere, a real living-learning ex
perience in some of the finest University housing.
No lottery, sign up immediately. Information, call
Director Oxford Housing (763-3480), Resident
Director (764-2153). or Slavic Department (.764-
5355). 20C321
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