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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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Uncontracted Classified Rates

FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM apt. for rent. Call
769-8520, ext. 40. 110115
WOMAN NEEDED for own room in
co-ed house near campus. 994-4918.

FOR RENT
CAMPUS

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FOUR MON
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?--H ROOMS
Excellent rooms for girls. Spacious
RN\t completely furnished in a modern,
clean, safe, brick building. 4 or 8-
T month lease. Available Jan. 2. Call
for appointment, 761-1932. cCt
TY COZY ROOMS, no cooking. 769-2432.
PTA 87C116

WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: One single dorm room for
a nale. Call Bill at 994-6148.
dL114
ONE-BDRM. APT., furnished or un-
furnished. Wanted for male student
near campus. 764-6497 days. dL114
USED CARS
1971 NOVA-6, automatic, radio, very
good cond. 663-5942. 57N0118
'64 CHEVY. Good running cond.,
good town trans. Reasonable offer.
"Contact Dennis, 761-7188, 74N116

WANTED: Female grad student to EXTRA CARE IN COPYING
share 2-man apt. Own bedroom, OFFSET PHESS-CAMERA WORK
close to campus. $70/mo. Call even- PARKMAN PRiNTING
ings, 769-8494. 20Y115
157 E. Hoover St. 761-4391
WANTED: Quiet student to fill 4- cFtcI
man house. Call 662-6294 after 6 __-_-._.-
p.m. 16Y116 LEARN SKILLS while serving the
N community. Credit available for
FRENCH Graduate Student looking committed students through five
experientialrlearning courses:iChol

ROOMMATES

FERSONAL

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FOR RENT
ONE FEMALE needed to complete
4-woman 2-bdrm. apt. in older
house. Call 668-6729. 280117
2 LARGE ROOMS, share kitchen &
bath in large older home, good lo-
cation, $180-200/mo., utilities paid,
no pets. 665-9454. 260119
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: beau-
tifully furnished, 2-bdrm. apartment
1 block from campus, good rent,
parking. Call 769-3502. 300116
ROOM FOR RENT. $90. Share
kitchen and bath. 1 blk. from Cam-
pus Corner. Avail. immediately. 663-
1890. 970115
FALL 2-BEDROOMS
Large, Furnished, clean, quiet, park-!
ing. $300/mo. year lease-927 S.1
Forest. Appointment after 5 p.m.
662-6156. cC17I
1-BED'RM. APT., %, block from cam-I
pus. $178/month. 663-3675. 58C112I
660116
ONE WOMAN wanted for modern 3-
woman apartment. Near -central
campus and hospital area. First
month rent free. Call collect (1)
546-9622. 940115
BEST ON CAMPUS{
Excellent room for girls begins Jan.
2 4 or 8 month lease. Singles, $105-
$125. Double, $140. Call for appoint-
ment, 761-1932. cctc

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FOR RENT
MODERN APARTMENTS
418 E. Washington (bsmt)
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc
SINGLE ROOMS and BOARD, 16
meals per/wk., one block from
campus. 761-5089. 890115
CAMPUS - BURNS PARK: FURN-
ISHED 2-bedrm. apt. in house. Avail.
now. Lease through April 30, $250/
mo. Call 769-3590. 82C116
SINGLĀ§ ROOM for woman in pri-
vate home one mile from campus.
Breakfast and laundry facilities.
$85. 769-1939 after 5 p.m. 090118
Married Students
Townhouses:
1 bedroom, $143
2 bedroom, $178
Subsidized rent includes: shag car-
pet, full 'basement, central air-con-
ditioning, private patio, gas heat,
water and all appliances. Children
and small pets welcome. Eligibility
requirements prohibit singles under
60. Just 20 minutes from U-M at
Danbury

2-GIRL CAMPUS APT. White St. 1967 PONTIAC LcMans convertible.
536 S. Forest Utilities paid furnished, A/C. Newly Fair condition, dependable, cheap.
76 1 -2 0 painted and attractive. No pets or 665-6320. 59N0117
children. Lease till August. 994- - - - - - ---- - - --
3373. 860115 FIAT 128 SL 1973, excellent condi-
DOUBLE ROOM for rent with kit- - --- - - tion. 25.500 ml., rustproofed. 761-
chen. $60/person. 663-0647. 712 Dew- 0865. 67N0114
ey. 830116 ' 4 or 8'69 PLYMOUTH Satellite, V-8, 33,000
IMMED. AVAIL. Large room in old j M ONTH LEASE A mi Automatic, power steering, new
house. Share kitchen and bathroom. L snows. $975. Call 485-3231 or 577-
Call 994-5808. 4500115 2878. 69N0118
CAMPUS AREA - Fine rooms for . . - -... _
1-BEDROOM APT. near State and girls. Available Jan. 2nd. Excellent '70 ROADRUNNER. 16,000 miles. 4-
Packard. Avail. immediately. 994- accommodations. Completely furn- speed, 440 cubic inches. $900. 761-
9191.400116 ished in a modern, clean, cafe brick 1186. 56N115
building. Call for appointment.
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and evenings, MUSICAL MDSE.,
"1 r" 761-1932. cCtc-

tar female roommate (graduate).
Cozy apt. Close to campus. Call
Danielle, office 764-5372, home 761-
0441. 92Y115
TWO ROOMMATES needed, own
room, near campus. Available im-
mediately. 663-8715. 85Y115
ROOMMATE WANTED: Female grad}
or professional. Own room in 2-
bdrm. apt. $95. 665-8403. 72Y1161
-* - ----- --- - -
TWO PEOPLE NEEDED to share
house with two grad students,
worker, Own rooms, $87/mo. Balcon-
ies, washer, dryer. dishwasher. Burns
Park area. 1114 Michigan. 662-4058.
63Y0114
MALE ROOMMATE wanted. Own
bedroom. Parking and laundry.
Packard/Hill area. $120. 665-9374.
47Y0116
4th WOMAN NEEDED to complete
modern apt. near campus. Call eve-
nings, 769-3129. 37Y0115
I'M LOOKING for someone to share
a 1-bedroom apt. with. Call Yusef,
761-0858. 24Y116
TWO STUDENTS looking for third
to share apartment. $65/month. Call
971-3518 for details. Immediate oc-
cupancy available. 59Y115
MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSE PLANTS for the purple
thumb by Maggie Baylif, on sale
now at the GREENHOUSE, Liberty
at Division. 30M0114
STUDENTS: Do you wish to influ-
ence policy decisions on housing is-
' sues? Housing unit committee needs
non-residence hall student members
to provide input. To apply, call
Wendy Bowdie, 764-6413. 81M118

T Mis -a1 1 Kent
f rom a Company!
Where
TENANTS
Come -First !
Available for Fall
are this town's
Most popular
campus apartments:
Albert Terrace
Algonquin
The Abbey
Dean Apartments
Carriage House
The Lion
The Forvm
The Lodge
Maize & Blue
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
4-MONT1 LEASE, 16 meals/week, 1
block from campus. 761-5089.

RADIOS, REPAIRS

SUBLET
DOUBLE, close to campus. Tim,
665-3476 or 764-7898. 38U114
SUBLET: Space in modern 4-man
apt. very near campus. Four or 8-
month lease, immediate occupancy.I
Rent negotiable. 761-2952. 18U115
PERSON WANTED to spli modern
2-bdrm. alt. with male grad. for
winter term. Available immediately.
$97/mo. Call John, 973-9468. 25U117

P. A. VOICE of the THEATRE,
1205A power bottoms. Traynor MX-
8 mixer, Fender Showman head.
485-4325. 36X116
WANTED: TEAC reel-to-reel deck.
David S., 663-2723. 29X119
TENOR SAX overhauled. Reason-
able price. 763-6241. 71X0115
HARMONY CLASSIC GUITAR, good
tone, action. $40. Call 662-6718.
58X0114

experiential learning courses: Child
Care and Development. Income Tax
Program, Inmate Project, Innovative
Tutorial Experience, and Project
Community Course. Enroll now at
Project Community, 2204 Michigan
Union, 763-3548. 53F115
OTHERS NEED YOUR HELP
Project Outreach, Psych. 201, is
offering 40 exciting projects for two
credits. Register through Tuesday.
at 554 Thompson Street. dF115
Following popular request, once
again this semester. GUILD HOUSE
will be conducting Wednesday no- n
conversation - interactio nx seni 'm
on the theme of "PERSONAL
VALUES AND PERSONAL RELA-
TIONSHIPS." In these informal
group meetings participants are en-
couraged to relationships and the
problems associated with them.
Occasionally. we will use value
clarification exercises, role-playig
etc., but primriily a smeans to
facilitate discussion. Home-made
soup and sandwich (.50) served.
Guild House, 802 Monroe. For more
info. call 662-5189. 94F115
REGENCY
TRAVEL.
611 CHURCH STREET
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SPECIALIZING
in business interview trips'
MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY
TRIP HOME
RESERVATIONS NOW
24'2
"CHICANOS and U.S. Higher Ed.."
new Ed. Sch. course open to Junior
and Senior in all schools, G 350
sec. 002, 3 cr., sign up by Tues.,
1 14 in 2007 Sch. of Ed. BIdg.. 662-
3845 for info. (meets Tu. and Th.
3-4:30 p.m.). 90F114
Campus

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
Information regarding content of'
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
S ertisers names may never be
revealed.
N-unber of lines in advertise-
meii is determined by total
number of words--5 words/line.
-Help Wanted' ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex.
cIfr, creed, or national origin to
any extent ii.e. "preferably" is
stil! discriminatory
.Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maxintun of 3 lines
for 3 days.
FOR RENT
WANT RELATIONSHIP with youn
w' mnan, 18-24. Richard, 663-5877.
04Fl
t utFIt SIC('KERS custom orince
bile-U-wait 'MBL PRESS. 121
,rosiutct Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFt
Orisi nal, Handcrafted Jewelry. Goi
Silver. Gems. WEDDING BANDI
Jhan. 769-7550. cFt
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
Offset Printing, Xerox. Wedding an
Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRIN [ING
214 5. 4th Ave. 994-466
cF
QUALITY DUPLICATING & OFFS
Fast Copy Service-Low Prices
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State - 662-3969
Cainpus (near Ginos)
Every day is RING DAY at the M
chigan Union. See our display
cla.-s rings at txe concession sta
on the first floor. cF
RESERVE an appointment ax
learn the facts about diamonds
your engagement ring purchase w
be worth your while and a uniq
e perience. Austin Diamond, I
S. University, 663-7151. c
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

FEMALE to sublet on campus. Call USED MARTIN 0-18 GUITAR. Ten
Lynn persistently. 665-0564. 19U116yrs. old. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. cXtc
NEED WOMAN to take my lease In .__t

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CAMPUS ROOMS FOR GIRLS. Reg-I
ular single $105, large single, $125.
Room for 2, $140. Includes all utili-r
ties. 4 or 8-month lease. Call for
appointment, evenings, 761-1932. 0
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NEED ROOMMATES
AND DON'T KNOW
AkflJ fkl fAAAUI IC

'ark Manc r
02 McArthur Blvd.
482-1333
Tues., Wed.. Fri. 8-1
Vfice open Monday 4-9;
losed Thurs. and Sun.
Saturday 8-12
FALL '75

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ANY UN ^N C VU
University Towers Apts.
has roommate placement
service-Four Month Winter
Term Lease!
536 S. Forest 761-2680Ft
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SANS SOUCI
FURNISHED 1 & 2
BEDROOM APTS.
AVAILABLE
662-2952 or
434-0550
ACROSS THE STREET
FROM MICH. STADIUM
cCtc
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: MOD-
ERN, FURNISHED EFFICIENCY &
' 1-BEDRM. APTS.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
761-7600
cCtc
ARROW WOOD HILLS CO-OP -
Modern hillside townhouses in the
Northside School area. Co-op home
ownership gives you income-tax de-
ductions of approximately 65% of
your monthly paynents. Member-
ship $300. 1 bdrm./$125 per mo 2
bdrms.,/$142 per mo. 3 bdrms./$158
per mo. 4 bdrms./$172 per mo.
Phone 761-0590 or visit office, 2400
Arrowwood Trail. Open 9 to 4 daly.
Weekends 12 noon-5. cCtc

LIVE I N A STYLE 2-BEDROOM, spacious, 1 bath,
carpet, central air, dishwasher.
Lease through August. $215. 434-
THAT SUITS YOUR 3265, 69C111
PERSONALITY BARGAIN CORNER
BE IT CONTEMPORARY Find Out how to WIN ONE POUND
OF COLOMBIAN WEED-read the
STYLE LIVING OR A COZY latest issue of the Ann Arbor Sun
FIREPLACE SETTING, or call 994-4337. 15W123
We have many apartments
and houses to choose from.- TU RK ISH
CAMPUSQ
IRENTALS, LTD. A T
1 335 S. University G
665-8825
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5:30 y
SATURDAY 10-2 cCtc IIve t r
MALE SHARE 2-bdrm., modern apt.
with one. 761-1178 860117
Sale
LEASE FOR SALE: women's double.
Mighty fine roommate. Alice Lloyd
Hall. 764-4981. 19C116"20% OFF
ROMAENEEED. 20IOF
ROOMAE EEDD.M~odern 1- LAMB FUR COATS
bedroom bi-level apt. close to cam-L
pus, laundry, shopping. Rent nego-!
tiable. Security deposit. 761-2714.
180114 Handknit Wool1
ASSUME LEASE: large, modern 2- Mittens, Gloves,
br. furnished apartment 5 blocks SOCkS, Sweaters
from campus. $260/mo. plus electri- -Fur and Reali
city. Laundry facilities in building.
761-7691. 6800117 Leather Bags

spacious flat until May or August.
665-0309. 76U115
ONE BEDROOM apt. to sublet near
campus. Call 665-8406 or 668-6908.
$185/mo. 13U117
FEMALE NEEDED to sublet to fill
4-man apt. in 'Albert Terrace. 663-
5161. 55U0114
1 BEDROOM APT. on Oakland,
Available immediately. 662-0955.
39U0115
BI-LEVEL, one bdrm. (furnished)
apt. near campus. 761-2963. 89U1211
PHOTO SUPPLIES
DARKROOM SERVICES from pro-
fessional studio. Choice of develop-
ers. Studio 'C', 209 S. Fourth Ave.
665-450. cl)tc
ROOM AND BOARD
WOMAN - Osterweil co-op, $120.'
room/board. Immediate occupancy.
Call Marcia, 994-0551 or ICC office.
64E0115
Room & Board
AVAILABLE WINTER TERM
Quiet Studies Atmosphere-
Good Food
$175 month
Trigon Fraternity
1617 Washtenaw
761-5145
75E115
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Humidifier-vaporizer.
663-2548. 70B0115
AKC Irish Setter pups. 971-1722.
35BI19
WE BUY, SELL, appraise used and
new Oriental rugs. Persian House,
320 E. Liberty. 769-8555. cBtc
MEN'S 3-SPEED BICYCLE. $25. Call
Judy, 769-4184. 93B115
ROLL-AWAY oversized bed for sale.
Good condition, Simmons mattress.
Call evenings, 971-9295. 051B115
USED DOUBLE BED, mattress and
box. 973-0318. 10B114

ary. and weekends off. Please call
Gayle Moore 1-444-1111 days, or
662-4964 evenings or weekends.
33H126
ENVIRONMENTAL Education Coor-
dinator for Youth Program May-
Aug.tWill be responsible for plan-
ning a variety of learning activities
to be coordinated of specific envi-
ronznental improvement projects.
All activities will take place outside
at the work site. Secondary teach-
ing certificate and experience help-
fil. Call 994-2524. Ask for Steve.
37HI 17
TECHNICAL FIELD SUPERVISOR
for Youth Program Mnay-Aug. Must
have a variety of technical and con-
struction skills. Will be responsible
for defining and planning work pro-
jects dealing with stream improve-
n"ent, soil erosion control, and some
bark work. Will supervise youth
crew and crew leaders. Majority of
work must be done with hand tools.
Call 994-2524. Ask for Steve.
34H117
PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER. Call
Bob after 6 p.m. 662-9643. 31H0116
BABYSITTERfor occasional morn-
ings my home, own transportation,
Georgetown area. Call after 1 p.m.
Ruth Gordon, 971-0032. 12H117
PERSON WITH CAR needed to do
deliveries of Ann Arbor Sun news-
paper. 994-4337. Frank Bach. 14H115
RESEARCH POSITION: Medical Re-
search Laboratory seeks bio. or
chem. science grad or senior stu-
dent. 20 hrs./wk.. temp. position.
Previous exp. in bio-chem. research
req'd. Schedule negotiable. Please
call University Hospital Personnel
Office. 764-2172. A Nondiscrimina-
tory, Affirmative Action Employer.
73H117
WANTED: bus person to work
lunches, approx. 11:50 a.m.-1 p.m.
Free meal for work. Days negotiable.
Call 761-5145 eves. ' 20H114
EARN EXTRA MONEY during the
semester. Register now for the psy-
chology subject pool. 764-1590, or
764-4209. 62H117

school class on rape awareness and'
or self-defense. Mustrhave experi-
ence in teaching of group dynamics
skills and knowledge and feminist
orientation to the problem of rape.
Call 994-5254. 91M120'
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED to and from North-
west Detroit. Arriving Del. 8:30-
9:00 a.m. Leaving Detroit 5:00 p.m.
Mons., Tues., Weds. Will share ex-
penses. Call Steve, 665-3198 eves.
54G 115
PERSONAL
REDUCED RATES THRU SAT.
Billiards and Bowling at the Union
Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat.
cF118
CLERICALS: bring your 1969 wages
into 2001. Join Now! 03F116
WATCH FOR Local 2001 misquote I
of the day. 96F114
U-M STYLISTS at the Union
We make you feel better.
Open 8:30 a.m. Mon.-Sat.
cFll7
ANN ARBOR COIN CLUB meeting
Fri., Jan.17-7 to 10 p.m. Liberty
Hall. Ann Arbor Federal Savings.
Liberty and Division Sts. Take rear
entrance to basement. Coin talk.
buy, sell, swap, auction. 36F0117
SOPHIE
Having finally recovered from the
Christmas break, Sophie tearfully
discovered that the new cover was
I the same pattern as the old one.
I But, alas, what could she expect:
1 after , . . dF14
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES
SIGN UP NOW-UNION LANES
cF119
ACU-I Bowling Tournament starts
Sat.. Jan. 18. Sign-up now for Men t
and Women. UNION LANES.
cF117
" LOCAL 2001, the wave of the fit-
j ture. Find out why Tuesday. 711 N.
University. 7 p.m. 95F115
FEVER is the manifestation of ill-
ness. 21F114
JEALOUSY WORKSHOP openings
for two more women, one man. Fri.
day evening - Sunday lunch. Bob
and Margaret Blood, 769-0046.
17F116

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South UniversityE
cFtc
WHY WATTK FAP rTV'
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILDS VAISi'I'Y iUi'
THE DIS'1INCTION of beitw South
U's only drug store belongs to the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Uoiver-
sity cFte
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
ertc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
S'IANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcomin-
MCAT * DAT 0 LSAT 0 GRE
ATGSB board exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. cFtc

s- Lessons. 65148. c PRIVATE PILOT ground school on
Monday nights, 7-9:30 p.m. beg..
HELP WANTED Jan. 20. Room 3080 East Engin.
Course Fee, $35 ind. text. Sponsored
HOUSEKEEPER: part-lime, live-in. by U-M Flyers. 27M191
I'm looking for someone who loves
children and who can take charge ADVICE on getting U-M in-state
of a household with two school-age residency. Tuesday, Jan. 14, 7:30
youngsters. They are in school from p.m. Legal Aid Office, 4310 Michigan
8:30 to 3:30, and that time is yours. Union. 60M114
But I need someone who can cookS
. ...clan . , is aay eas ..,SKIS: K-2 competition; 204 cm,
. clean...kiss away tears . used 3 seasons, no bindings. $55.
be firm about bedtime ... and 971-5310. 89M115
have a car. I live 2 blocks from
campus. You get room, board, sal- ERSON WANTED to teh high
ary. ano wee WANTEDon. tiechehcai

30; OFF. Gibson Bass Guitar Apollo
Music Center. 769-1400. cXtc
'GUITARS 40";, OFF. Flutes- Arm-
strong, Gemeinhardt, Dulcimers, etc.
'! .nai. -.. 7 Cflf Vi AO ..V*..

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PIONEER RECEIVER, SX-770. 35
wts./ per channel. $190.00. Call:
764-4972. dB115,
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER. 3-feet
high, Frigette, excellent condition.1
$95 or best offer. Call evenings or
weekend, 668-7410 or 662-4211.
60B0114
MARTIN Imperial Alto Saxophone,
excellent condition. 764-3867 after 1.1
22B116

-Handmade Jewelry
- Turki-h Rugs
And Tapestry
-Copper, Brass,
- -ny- --C

ACROSS 5
1 Thicket5
6 The Dolornites 5
10 Highest point'
14 Oily compound 5
15 Rippedf
16 Rubber trees G
17 Finnish islands
18 Water bird 6
19 Fly like a 6
humming bird
20 Source of the f
Mississippi
22 Ely, for one 7
23 Two-jawed t
device
24 Figures of speech
26 Chewed, as a
bone
30 Precipitous
32 Leisure
33 Italian wine
center
35 Obelisk
39 Modern weapon
41 Give a right to
43 Coin phone parts
44 Heroine of "Last
of the Mohicans"
46 Symbol of
courage
47 Foolish: Slang
49 Intensify

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57
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66
67
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Tourist's gear
Cooking device
Teller of tall
tales
F ue
Seed covering
Support for
ship's frame
Seaman's time-off
Italian painter
Misjudges
- alia
Arabian gulf
Dorothy Perkins
Useful Latin
phrase
DOWN

13 Kefauver
21 Of the oceans
flow and outflow
25 lusical interval
26 Pearls
27 Fasten
28 Part of AMA:
Abbr.
29 Half of a
German city
3. Row
34 Following
36 On tiptoe
37 Floating ice
38 Ky.'s neighbor
40 Tributary of the
Danube
42 Lowest point
45 Half-shell items
48 Type of ship
50 Useful Latin
phrase
51 Miss Barton of
the Red Cross
52 Made public
53 Where Augusta

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Abbr.
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