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1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY

I uesday, February 25, 1975

j FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday

FOR RENT
MUST RENT immediately. Excellent
location, Maynard House apart-
ments, Maynard & William. Large,
furnished efficiency, $168/mo. in-
cluding water, heat, air cond. 761-
0993, Rick, keep trying. dC0228
AVAILABLE March 15-1-2 bedroom
apartment in older home. 10 blocks
from campus. 2 bathrooms, large
basement, suitable for workshop or
study. Garage and space for garden.
$190/monh. 665-9688. 360228
LOOKING for a Jewish place to
live? Hebrew House (Kosher Co-ed
Coop). Prospective Fall members
meet at 800 Lincoln Wed, night,
7:30 p.m. or call Debbie, 763-6416.
31 C0226
SINGLE in Bursley. Take over lease.
Available immediately. 763-2769.
12C226
HOUSE: 3 bedrooms, furnished,
campus location, 1 year lease start-
ing Sept. 1. Only for male Seniors
or grad students. 663-5930. 68C0313
1 BEDROOM APT. Village Green,
Plymouth Rd. $180/mo. Lease ends
July, option to renew, 7 min. to
UM bus. Call 665-3560. 99C0225
FEMALE assume lease. Own room in
2-bdrm. Completely furn. Ap. A,
good deal avail. Mary 764-1564 or
668-7114. 91C228
NEXT FALL watch the football
crowds from the Edinberg apart-
ments. 1 block from Hoover and
Green, 2 bedroom furnished modern
apartments. Call between 6 and 7
p.m. 994-0475, 769-7587. 59C0228
1-BDRM. to rent in 2-bdrm. flat,
$110/mo. $50 security deposit. No
lease. Fully furnished except for
bedroom. Call after 6 p.m., 761-3439.1
07C2281
NO LEASE. Rent own bedroom in
large house, near State and Packard.
Immediately. 812 Sybil, 769-3215.
790225
FREE RENT for February. $50 se-
curity deposit plus $250 rent for
March moves you into a modern bi-
level furnished 2-bedroom with air
conditioning, dishwasher and gar-
bage disposal. Call 994-9191. 760313
FALL
418 E. WASH I NGTON
Modern, and large 1 bedrooms.
Furnished, balconies, air, security
system.
521 WALNUT STREET
Hospital Area
Modern, 3 and 4 man units
Dishwasher, air, security system
911 fS. FOREST
Modern 3 and 4 man units.
Furnished, air, near Hill Street
Please call us for listings of old and
new buildings not listed here.
MODERN
APARTMENTS
Office of 418 E. Washington!
Basement 10-5
668-6906 Or 663-3641

FOR RENT
TWO-BEDROOM, 4-man apartment,
1 block from hospital. Call 663-6549.
520312
LARGE EFFICIENCY, campus loca-
tion, assume lease April. 663-8691.
510226
JUST ON THE MARKET FOR FALL.
Houses, 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms $320-
$525. Three bedroom Apts. olders
buildings $340-$400. Two bedroom
modern buildings $270-$320. Two
bedroom older buildings $240-4284.
One bedroom modern buildings,
$210-$212. One bedroom older build-
ings $170-$240. Efficiencies older
buildings $145-$180. Rooms, older
buildings $95-$30. Stop in and pick
up a list. 512 Packard. 750313
TWO FEMALE roommates needed
for fall., very close to campus, $84/
bo. 665-9261. 05C227
SINGLE ROOM in North Campus{
Co-op. Immediate occupancy. $125
per month room and board. Call
Charlie (663-6676) or Stephanie (663-
6036). 2400227
FALL RENTALS start Mon., Feb. 17.
Come in and pick up a list. Trony
Associates, 512 Packard. CC313

FOR RENT
TWO GRAD students, 1 man, 1 wo-
man, want 2 students to share large
(250' sq. ft.) bedroom in 3 bdrm.
apt. near campus for Fall. Call Tom
or Kid, 994-4341. dC228
AVAILABLE Immediately - Own
room for woman in a 3 person house
in Burns Park. No lease. Rent is
$66/month plus utilities. 761-8940.
dC227
jFOU RMONTH
WINTER TERM
LEASE AT
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS APTS.
536 S. Forest
761-2680
ctc
4-ROOM furnished apartment for
2 (only) quiet persons, no pets, ref-
erences. 973-0643, 764-2594. 28C0225
TAPPAN: 2-bdrm., 2 or 3-man fur-
nished apts. Fall occupancy. $250/
mo. 663-4101. cCtc

FOR RENT

ROOMMATES

QUIET PERSON for room in house
near campus. No pets. Lease thru
August. 994-5210, 4-6 p.m. 98025
Where
TENANTS
COME F IRST
For a Campus Apt.
Offering Many
Additional Features
Call
MAIZE & BLUE
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
cCtc
NOW RENTING FOR FALL, Medical
Center location, modern flats. Call
McKinley Associates at 769-8520, ext.
41. cCtc
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, 2 bdrm.
completely furnished apt. in older
home, good campus location, $220.
Call 769-8520 ext. 41. cC311
FALL
'OLDER BUILDINGS
ON CAMPUS
We have 2 and 3 Bedroom Furnished
Apts, in older buildings near cam-
pus and the Hospitals. Also modern
Two-Bedroom, 3 and 4 man Apts.
Campus Management, Inc.
335 EAST HURON
663-41O 1

~CAMPUS Next Fall is not
ROOMS* far away.
Excellent rooms for girls. Spacious The best campus
completely furnished in a modern,
clean, safe, brick building. Available
now. Regular single, $105; large apartments are
single. $125. Call for appointment,
761-1932. cc renting right

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FEMALE WANTED to share 2 bed-
room apartment. Pittsfield Village.
Call1971-3905. 29Y0226
THINK SUMMER: One-two female'
roommates wanted to share house in
country, 20 minutes from campus.
Fireplace, private beach. Low nego-
tiable rent. No smokers. Fall option.
1-229-4067 very persistently.
82Y228
FEMALE to share apt. with 2 grad
women for fall. 994-6374. 13Y226
WANTED: One female for Fall '75.
2-bedroom apt. Good location. 764-
1888, 764-1896. 86Y0227
MALE GRAD STUDENT, recently
"de-married", seeks unattached fe-
male roommate for spacious 2-bed-
room apartment, mile from campus.
$97.50/mo. Jeff, 769-3527. 00Y0225
FEMALE WANTED for 2-man, 1-
bedroom apartment. Good location,
nice apartment. Call soon, 665-5935.
92Y226
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Own
bedroom in modern apt. Parking
and laundry. 665-9374. 81Y228
WANTED: 1 female for Fall '75.
Own room, 4-bedroom apartment.
$95. South U. and Church. Call 764-
1868. 73Y225
WANTED TO RENT
$25 REWARD for information lead-
ing to rental of 4-7 bedroom house.
Call 764-4940. 27L227
WOMAN looking for room in Apt.
(prefer near U Hospital) from March
1st to end of August. Call 764-0193.
97L225
$50 REWARD for information lead-
ing to signing of fall lease of 3-
bedroom, 3-person apt. near campus,'
w/parking. 663-3101, 994-6374.
14L226
$50 REWARD for information lead-
ing to rental of 6-8 bedroom house
starting May or Sept. 764-3675 (per-
sistently) 763-2791. 22L225
TRAVEL
SPRING EAK ride wanted to St.
Louis, Columbia. 763-1786. 46P216
EUROPE
April ,29-June 11-Tor/Ams. $291
May 4-Aug. 21-Tor/Lon. $302
May 5-Sept. 9-Tor/Ams. $324
May 6-Sept. 26-Tor/Frank. $344
Additional flights available
from the Midwest and East,

'LOW MONTHLY
PAYMENTS
1-2-3 bedroom Townhouses avail-
able, immediate occupancy. Stove,
Refrigerator, Heat included. Low
down payments. low monthly pay-
ments/ Hrs. 9-5. Danbury Green
Cooperative, 484-0371. cCtc
FALL '75
One, 2, and 3 level apartments
available on campus
Viscount Apartments
Model now open, 1316 Geddes Apt 5
M-F, 11-1 & eves, Weekends 2-4
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
665-8825
cCtc
FALL 2-BEDROOMS
Large, furnished, clean, quiet, park-
ing. $300/mo. Year lease-927 S.
Forest. Appointment after 5 p.m.
662-6156. cCtc
FOREST TERRACE
1001 S. FOREST
FALL RENTALS
MODERN 2-BEDROOM
FURNISHED, AIR CONDITIONING,
CABLE T.V., 8 OR 12 MONTH
LEASES, BURGLAR ALARMS, LIVE-
IN RESIDENT MANAGERS.
SEE DON OR COLLEEN, APT. 211,
769-6374. 920222

now.
iGive us a call.

DAH LMANN
APARTMENTS
545 CHURCH
76 1-7600
tc
FALL '75
LIVE IN A STYLE
THAT SUITS YOUR I
PERSONALITY
Fine Campus Apartments
and Houses
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. University
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9-5:30
Saturday 10-2
FURNISHED 1 & 2
BEDROOM APTS.
AVAILABLE
662-2952 or
434-0550
SANS SOUCI
ACROSS THE STREET
FROM MICH. STADIUM
cCtc
U FEMMI

SUBLETI
SUBLET - May-Aug. 2 bedroom, 2
man apt. in house. 3 min. to Angell
Hall. Reasonable. 665-2239. dU227
LARGE EFFICIENCY, corner State
and Packard. Sublet May thru Aug.
663-5108 after 5:30, 21U226
CHARMING campus efficiency May-
August, fall option. 665-3597 persis-
tently. 28U0227
SUMMER SUBLET-Two places (sin-
gles and half double) in spacious
apt. in house. Parking, good loca-
tion. Price negotiable. 763-6311.

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - German Shepherd pup.I
Male, approx. 7 weeks old. In vi-
cinity of Chemistry Bldg. Call 764-
2910. dA227
LOST PUPPY - White with blacki
spots, female. Answers to "Katie."
Collar. 971-1071. 22A227
FOUND-Black, furry puppy. Sun-
day, Feb. 23 at State and William.
Call 994-4943. dA227
LOST: Wallet in Dental School.
Please return, valuable identifica-
tion. No questions asked. Call 665-
7115. 83A225
USED CARS
'67 VOLKSWAGEN Bug. 27 MPG,
solid transportation. $600 or best
offer. 663-9834. . 33N0228
'65 VW, needs new brakes, runs OK.
$80. 668-6561, after 5 p.m. 19N227
1966 VW, 59.000 actual miles, one
owner, sunroof, radio. 1-525-4063.
16N228
'72 VW BUG, red, 28,000 mi. 764-
4159, 8-5. P. McMann. 06N0228
FOR SALE
QUAD SYSTEM for sale. Receiver,
speakers, turntable and deck. 481-
1632. 35B228
SR-50, practically new. $100.00 or
best offer. Call Myles, 763-4005.
03B225
WEDDING DRESS-With long hood-i
ed cape. Worn once. Size 10. Very
reasonable. 973-9473 persistently.
20B226
MANUAL PORTABLE TYPEWRIT-
ER, Smith-Corona Classic 12, $45
firm. INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER,
Dynaco, SCA-80, $85 firm. Call 663-
5812 or 663-3135. 66B0228
LARGE ADVENT Loudspeakers, wal.
nut, like pair, $185.00. 994-6588.
8B225
CLAY POTS AND SAUCERS
At the Greenhouse
Liberty at Division
63B0313
PLANTS AT LOW COST: Large, tro-
pical, exotic plants and large selec-
tion of hanging baskets. Life-Unit.
Call 665-6050. 21B0311
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1974 CB 360 G HONDA, mint condi-
tion, 3,000 miles. Must sell, low
winter price. Call Kent at 971-1977
(before 9:00 a.m.) or 668-7652 after
6:00 p.m. (Ask for Kent only).
34Z0228
PROFESSIONAL mechanic work,
Honda 4, Kawasaki 4 tune-ups, per-
formance work also. Storage avail-
able, pick-up and delivery. Special
Projects, Inc. Bill Smith, 994-0999,
Paul Napier 665-0282. 88Z228
REAL ESTATE
EXCELLENT 2-bdrm. starter home.
AA's west side. 761-1784. 04R0228
HELP WANTED
ANYONE interested in officiating
IM volleyball should come to a
meeting and clinic tonight at 7:30
at the Coliseum (5th and Hill). No
experience necessary. 43H225
FULL-TIME experienced bookkeeper
(some secretarial). Salary negoti-
able. Call 761-1842 afternoons.
11H225
SUMMER JOBS IN SWITZERLAND
Your summer working in Switzer-
land: An experience you will benefit
from as long as you live.
GUARANTEED JOBS: minimum
working 2 months. Minimum salary
per month $300.-plus food and lod-
ging. Excellent working conditions.
PLACEMENT FEE: $60-including
handling of working permit for
Switzerland (students only). For
students 21 years and less free ad-
vice of how to take bus to Toronto,
Canada, and purchase youth fare
airline tickets directly from the
Airline (Toronto-Switzerland-Toron-
to $365-roundtrip airfare. Stu-
dents must leave Toronto before
May 31, 1975 as this airfare will not
be available to U.S. students (East-
bound) in June, July, and August
1975, (cheapest way). For students
22 years and more free advice of
how to travel on Icelandic Airlines
and train from Chicago via Luxem-
bourg to Switzerland.
For further details and free bro-
chure (all details explained step by
step) please enclose two 13cts air-
mail stamps (for return postage)
and write to:
International Worktrips in
Switzerland

U.S. Representatives c/o J.A.T. Inc.
4319 E. St. Joseph Way
P.O. Box 15101
Phoenix, Az. 85060, U.S.A.
Tel. 602-959-0887
47HO228
SECRETARY
Full time/permanent. Must type 70
wpm, will be tested. Call 662-5575
for appointment. Non-smokers only.
cH226
BABYSITTER: live-in or own trans-
portation. 25 hours/week. Reply to
Daily, Box No. 1. 69H227
UNUSUAL opportunity in interna-
tional marketing. Call 769-9251 eves.
for appointment. 3OH227
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Sta-Prest Bells

HELP WANTED
RESPONSIBLE peson to work Fri-
day eves, and/or Saturday eves
from 10 n.m. to 3 am., also late
morning hours available 11 a.m to
2 p m. Please call 761-1932 for more
information. eftc
HOUSECLEANING help needed 4-8
hours/week. Flexible hours. $2.20/
hr. 761-1932. cHtc
PERSONAL
SFNSTTIVITY GESTALT AWARE-
NESS WORKSHOP, this Friday eve-
nine-Sunday noon. Bob and Mar-
garet Blood, 769-0046. 37F228
U-M STYLISTS AT THE UNION
Open regular hours during Soring
break. cF0228
Every day is RING DAY at the Mi-
chigan Union. See our display of
class rings at the concession stand
on the first floor. cFtc
OUT-OF-THE-BODY experience
workshop with Robert Monroe. Call
764-9119, 761-4569. 49F227
ROBBEN FLEMING $73,000/year. A
burning in effigy, Wednesday, Diag
Noon. 30F0226
RUSSIAN AND POLISH TA'S ARE
STILL ON STRIKE! Classes are NOT
being held AS NORMAL. We will
require no class attendance until
the strike is settled. 26F0226
RESERVE an appointment and
learn the facts about diamonds so
your engagement ring purchase will
be worth your while and a unique
experience. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH - Come
for home cooking, breakfast
all day, Great soups and egg
rolls. 1313 So. University.
cFtc
SPECIAL during Spring Break. Re-
duced rates for Billiards and M-pn
Bowling. Open 1 p.m. March 1-8,
Michigan Union. cF0228
THE DISTINCTION of being South
U's only drug store belongs to the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
T'N'T SPECIAL every Tues. and
Thurs. between 9-11 p.m. Beer and
mixed drinks i price at Chances
Are. 994-5350. cFtc
QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFSET
Fast Copy Service-Low Prices
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State 662-3969
Campus (near Ginos)
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
S'IANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT * DAT * LSAT O GRE
ATGSB board exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. eFtp
UPTIGHT? Relax, use whirlpool.
Angela massages muscles. Exclusive,
inexpensive. 971-6867 or 971-1489.
PFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
EXTRA CARE IN COPYING
OFFSET PRESS-CAMERA WORK
PARKMAN PRINTING
157 E. Hoover St. 761-4391
cFtc
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
ANSWER 10 PREVIOUS PUZZLE
C LO0SE T L EG A TE
E E T R0 A RO0MA
N0OT LE A ST C ROO N S
S POO N SO0R T D Y KE
CO0S R E 0W N
RACB EAT C E T
A 8 0 R E CC W
V ER BE NA 0Q TSO0L E
A LF RE DN 0 RTH NE V
S L UE D D UE T E Y RE
A SCO0T YO0N
S~ N G E AC RE S
H A SH E D L D S T H
A D H ER E S PI1RT
WE A RER ES SE N E

PERSONAL
APPLICATIONS
ACCEPTED NOW

EUROPE '75
* PARIS 0 SPAIN *
e VIENNA+ r ITALY.
CONTACT
CENTER
FOREIGN
STUDY in
ANN ARBOR
A Private Educational Organization
216 So. State St.
(Above Marti Walker)
662-5575
cF228
Campus
Pinball
S1217k
South University
eFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
;chile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor. 761-0942. eFte
NEED PASSPORT or application
pictures? They're taken at the Daily
on Wed. from 6-7 p.m., call 764-0552,
ask for Karen. dF225
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding and
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
REGENCY
TRAVEL.
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SPECIALIZING
in business interview trips
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
TRI P HOME
RESERVATIONS NOW
Original, Handcrafted Jewelry. Gold,
Silver. Gems. WEDDING BANDS.
Jhan. 769-7550. CFtc
"GREEK" & PITCHER NIGHT
"Greeks" admitted free. Special
prices on pitchers4at Chances Are
994-5350
cFtc

SUMER - I.coast to London and the
SUMMER SUBLET: Furnished 1- continent.

bedroom, a/c, laundry. 1 block from
campus. Fall option. 663-4910.
j 93U225
SUBLET: May-August. 4-bedroom,
4-man apartment in nice house, E.
University and Hill area. A GOOD
DEAL. Call 665-2410. 61U0225
BEGINNING March, one-two person
furnished apartment. $160/mo., in-
cluding utilities, laundry, and park-
ing facilities. 663-6827 or 665-0211.

Also available-
International Student Identity Card.
Student Rail Pass and Eurailpass.I
Intra - European Student Charter{
Flights. Car Lease and Purchase
Programs and more . . .
TRAVEL
WflPI F)

FOOD WEEK 1975
(FOOD WEEK MARCH 10-15)
Teach-in on the global,
national and personal
food crisis
FINAL MASS MEETING
TUESDAY, !FEB. 25
Angell Hall, Aud. C
Everyone is urged to attend
For more information contact:
FOOD ACTION COALITION
at 764-6478

64U0226 V V ','1\
SUBLET: May-August, spacious 2- 994-0244E
bedroom apartment. Convenient to 610 S. Forest Ave., No. 8
Med Center. Air Conditioned, Park-I cP228
ing. 820 Fuller, 665-9846. 72U227
ROOM WAILABLE nmodernsU RADIOS, REPAIRS
bdrm. apartment for summer sub-RA IS RE IS
et. near Mdica Cener Sue 6- 12 STRING YAMAHA guitar w/case,
- $130 or best offer. 764-5656. dX0226
SUMMER SUBLET. 2-man, air-cond. -__-_
apt. Hill and Packard. 663-6538. KENWOOD KR-5200 stereo receiver,
38U226 perfect condition. 30 w per channel.
both driven. 20-20K hz. $200. Call
GREAT DEAL-Sublet May-August 764-7660. 18X228

if
you
see
news
had pen
call
76-DAILY

i ;

TON4HIES
ARCADE
presents
"THE PIZZA
MACHINE"
SUNDAYS, TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS
High score for
the day
scores pizza!
632 PACKARD

(fall option). Large, sunny 2 or 3
bedroom furnished apt. Perfect carn-
pus location. Ideal for 2-4. Parking.
994-5973. 23U0225
PHOTO SUPPLIES
NIKON FTN, 35mm F2 lens, MINT
j CONDITION, $400. 994-0251 persis-
tently. 96D228
MISCELLANEOUS
INSTANT CASH !Wazoo is still pay-
ing 75-1 for albums in good shape.
Rock-Jazz, Blues. It's working! Wa-
zoo II, 314 E. Liberty, 10-6 Mon.,
Sat. 668-9463. 31M401
OVERSEAS JOBS-Australia. Europe,
S. America, Africa. Students all pro-
fessions and occupations $700 to
$3000 monthly. Expenses paid, over-
time, sightseeing. Free information.
TRANSWORLD RESEARCH CO.,
Dept. F4, P.O. Box 603, Corte
Madera, CA. 94925. 36M226

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FEBRUARY 26, 1975

FEBRUARY 27, 1975

11:00-12:30

Workshops

1:00-3:00 p.m.
3:00-5:00
8:30-10:30

Symposium Registration,
Office of Ethics and Religion
3rd Floor, Michigan Union,
764-7442
Multi-Media presentation,;
"IN THE LIFE OF A
WOMAN"
(open discussion including
all available participants
Kuenzel Lounge, Mich. Union
"WHERE ARE WE NOW?
THE CONTEMPORARY
WOMEN'S MOVEMENT
AND THE MEANING
OF FREEDOM?"
by Penelope Washburn,
St. Johns College,

9:00-10:30 a.m. Workshops
(A complete list of workshops will be avail-
ablefrom the Office of Ethics and Reliqion
at the time of registration)
1:30-3:30 p.m. "THE CONTEMPORARY
WOMEN'S MOVEMENT
AND ITS EFFECT ON
BLACK WOMEN AND
THE CHURCH"
by Sarah Ward, Director,
Program for Children
with Learning Problems,
Education & Training
Division of Model
City Administration,
Boston, Mass.
Kuenzel Lounge, Mich. Union

VOX ORGAN with cases. Low price.
Apollo Music Center, 322 S. Main,
Ann Arbor. cXtc
ARB BASS AMP-Piggy-back unit.
769-1400. cXtc
SHURE MIKE SALE-most models
in stock-up to 40% off. Apollo
Music Center, 322 S. Main, Ann
Arbnr. cXtc
GUITARS, New and Used. Steel
string and Classical. Lessons. Re-
pairs. 665-7348 or 429-9241. cXtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING? Get that deposit back!
Cleaning done. Benny, 665-5865.
27J328
PAPERS
NOTES
TH ESES
FLIERS
COPTIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
High Quality at
LOW Cost
THE COPY MILL
211 B So. State
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
c320
TAX RETURN/Notary Service, $5.00
up, special business rates. L & T
Tax Service. 971-0069, 769-8094.
09J0228
NEED cards keypunched? Call us for
fast accurate service. COMDATA
Services, 461-1874. 84J225
TUTORING, EE,, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Cali Wait, 994-3594. cJte
TYPING and EDITING. Olil Jean.
994-3594, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
TRANSPORTATION
NEEDED: ride for two to Florida
(St. Pete. preferably) will pay for
gas and share driving, Call Jan,
763-6995. dG226
RENT ME
new VW's
$5.00 a day 10c a mile

CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Copr. '75 Los Angeles Times

ACROSS 52
1 City square 57
6 1944 date
10 Boodle
14 Made a start 58
15 White frost
16 Lofty
17 Shakespeare: 59
Phrase 60'
19 Palindromic
name 61
20 Depart in a
hurry 62
21 Facial grimace 63
22 Greenbacks
23 Bright red 64
24 Wham!
27 Little Helena 1
29 Circuits
30 Cries of triumph 2
32 Coffee shop, in 3
France
36 Ibsen heroine 4
37 Drawing room
38 Maneuver for 5
take off 6.
39 Atom smasher 7
41 Leap lightly 8
42 Active volcano 9
43 Nuisance
46 French "ands" 10
47 " . .. that - are 11
created equal" 12
49 Potato: Colloq.
51 Comedian Jerry 13

Softens 18
Treasury De- 21
partment 23
employee
"Humpty 24
Dumpty -:" 25
Phrase 26
Own
"And columbines 28
all in ---
River to Pamlico 31
Bay
Court cry
Imagine, old 33
style
Attempt 34
DOWN 35
Consumer com- 37
plaint gps. 40
Type of year 44
Fairy-tale 45
character
Student at West 47
Point
Dumpling: Ger. 48
Approaches
Prima donna 50
Chinese port
Currency in 52
Japan 53
Quarries
Reptile in rivers 54
Take in, as a 55
dress 56
Radiance 58

Temple: Poet
Humbug
The MacDuff's,
for example
Judge's bench
Seaman's call
Hair-do for a
nostalgia buff
Full and running
over
Figuratively,
places for hard
labor
Softens, as a
photo
Departure
Overturns
Musial
Individuals
Whirled
University in
New Orleans
Supposing that:
Var.
Famous Air
Force general
Coolidge's vices
president
Shanks' --
County in
Nebraska
Greek letters
Lohengrin's bride
Weaver's reed
Cut wood
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