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Saturday, October 20, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Dailqy Classifieds
FOR RENT FOR RENT
SOMETHING FOR FOR RENT: 1 bedroom in 2-bdrm. apt.
EVERYONE AT $125, on E. Kingsley. Ann Arbor, Box
375 417 400
UNIVERSITY TOWERS -------
U. TOWERS APTS. DETROIT.
5 Minutes to Class FURNITURE RENTAL
0 8 MO. FALL-WINTER LEASE VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM-
* HEATED SWIMMING POOL 3090 ANE R RD --
0 RECREATION ROOM CORNOFRPENTERRD.
* STUDY LOUNGE CORNER OF PACKARD
* FURNISHED APTS.
* RECREATION & PIANO ROOMS OPEN 10-8 DAILY
* FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING 973-9230
O MOVIES AND PARTIES cCtc
VISIT OR CALL 761-2680 CARSERVICE, ACCES.
At S. University at Forest --- -

.LOST ANDFOUPIN

TICKETS

LOST: Female Norwegian Elkhound, WILL TRADE one Ohio State football
wearing Stark County, Ohio, rabies ticket for two Moody Blues tickets.
tag No. 2243. If found call 763-6856. Call Mark 763-6494. 92Q41
dA40 _ - ..-
- WANTED: 4 tickets Mich.-Ohio St.
FOUND: Monday, young male puppy, game. 761-5128, 663-3168. 47Q40
part Terrier, black with brown feet - ___ __
and white markings, flea collar. 769- SELL ME your Ohio State ticket. I
7134. dA39 want to take my grandfather to the
- - -- -- --- game. 663-6088. Tom. 68Q40
FOUND: pair of Trifocal glasses in ! _------ _....-_
front of Moe's Sport Shop on North FOR SALE: 4 football tickets to Ohio
University. Call 668-6915. dA40 State game. 665-6807. dQ41
LOST: Male, blonde tabby. Jefferson- WANTED: 2 OSU tickets. Big profit
Ashley. Amber eyes. 665-0127. 51A39 guaranteed. 769-1451. 03Q43
----SN E D 2 tickets to M oodyB lues.---ll
BUSiNESS SERVICES 761-3181. 97Q41
TENANTS UNION-M-F, 9:00-5:00, 4110 PLEASE SELL us two tickets to Ohio
Michigan Union, 761-1225. cJtc State game. 769-0840. 98Q41
ARBOR PARK DAY-CARE Center has NEED 2 tickets for Indiana and Illinois.
full- and part-time openings for Senior priority. 482-5731 after 8 p.m.
children ages 212-5. For information dQtc

HELP WANTED PERSONAL
MUSICIANS: Bassist looking for pro- THE COPY M I LL
gressive country-oldies people. James
763-6205. 94H42 FOR QUALITY COPIES AND OFFSET
OLAN MILLS Photography Studio has cFtc
part-time telephone sales opening. E
Hourly pay and bonus incentive. No EXUBERANT Sophomore girl wants to
experience necessary, will train. Con- meet liberated guy interested in mu-'
tact Lorraine at 769-8603 between 9 sic, humanities. Drop me a note at,
a.m.-5 p.m., Mon-Fri. 77H40 Daily Box 15. 35F34

APPLICATIONS for full and part-time
waitresses and dishwashers will be ac-
cepted Mon., Oct. 22 through Fri.,
Oct. 26 between 3-6 p.m. at Lafayette
Coney Island at Briarwood Mall.
84H43
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT: full-
'time weekdays, part-time weekends.
Apply in person: Clark Super 100,
544 Detroit Street. 78H42E
DELIVERY HELP WANTED: we supply
cars. Apply Little Caesar's, 1944 W.
Stadium. 79H43
Representativerneeded! Earn $200 plus
each semester with only a few hours
work at the beginning of the semes-
ter.
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
SERVICE
519 Glenrock Ave., Suite 203,
Los Angeles, California 90024
! 76H62

ARE YOU in good hands with Allstate?
If you have auto collision insurance
with Allstate and have filed a claim
for repairs here in Ann Arbor, I
Ncould hike to know how you made
out. Call Rob at 662-7463 after five.
71F40
ALL CAMPUS basketball entries due
Oct. 25. 87F43
AWARENESS OF SELF, OTHERS. EX-
PERIMENTAL WORKSHOP for ten
people: October 26-28. Margaret
Blood. 769-0046. 04F40
SUBJECTS WANTED with phobias for
research study providing free therapy
for the phobia. Please call Ms. Tricia
McGilliard at 764-5348 in Univ. Hos-
pital, 87F40
COMIC BOOKS, sciencefiction, base-
ball cards, paperbacks, CURIOUS
USED BOOK SHOP, TOO! 340 S. State
(upstairs) 761-0112 (open 1-6 p.m.).

1.

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DATSUN 4 ansen mags 6 in. x 14 in
6 lug with wheel locks $125. Phone

call 971-0886 or 971-9239. 08J44
CALL AN Ex-Hopwood Poet/Editor/T.A.
fn fr alnP witin editinz ei-

FOR SALE: 2 OSU tickets. -Call 764-
7978 before 10 p.m. dQ39

MOD Efficiency. Ideal loc. on E. Wash- i.j.VLle o r-anewtng aig i-
- -,--.,---- -.. r. rco-┬▒ance, wr ng5, e g, cr - - __
ington. Furn. and carpeted. Call per- 769-6430 days, 349-8656 eves. 67S40 ticism, proofing, some typing. Deliv- HELLLLPPPP! Need 3 Wisconsin tick-
sistently, 761-6583. 05C40 ery service available. Call 973-1489, ets, senior priority, desperately. 761-1
MUSICAL MDSE., anytime. 07J35 8510. dQ38
house, close to campus. Lease to April RADIOS, REPAIRS TYPING-Experienced-all phases. 971- FOR SALE: 2 OSU tickets. Call 764-
30th. Call 655-9892 between 5 p.m. and 1629, 483-5839, 485-2286. 99J39 7978 before 10 P.M. dQ38,
7 p.m. persistenly. 93C40 shape. S.O.S. Echo $175. Call 761-5201. TYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cetc ATTENTION: Ohio State tickets wanted
TENANTS UNION-M-F, 9:00-5:00, 4110 89X42 (adjacent preferred). Senior priority
Michgan Union, 7-1225 c- cCRY MULN PWE GUARANTEE personal attention in or equivalent. Double your money!
i ganU ,7 -CORY MULLENPERSONALLESSONS handling shipments of your personal 665-2420. 82Q44
MODERN Two-Bedroom, 4-man apart- intheory and practice of Jazz, blues, effects worldwide. Contact A. F. I___AE ___s_
ments near hospitals, Fully carpeted rock on guitar and bass. Burstrom, E. Gene. 983-4033. oJtc MICH. -OHIO STATE tickets wanted.
end furnished. Call 663-6549 before 5 HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO David, 663-8441. 41Q40
p.m. 50056r- 209 S. State, 665-8001. PETS AND SUPPLIES ---
pm.___C___- cX40 WANTED: two tickets to Moody Blues
- - +concert. 665-9644. '28Q40
LOST: Jacobson's package lost near Di- SPADE, male tabby cat, very gentle and -
vision St. Blew off of car. 663-5379 orSTE SRIGadcsialgtr, sweet. 668-2Z847. 60T391
452S rin St.B ca3 4 finest quality, 40-50% off list. Classi- _ weet. _- 4_T WANTED: 2 tickets for "Moody Blues"
4_2__prn__ t.__A4_calguitar lessons-all levels, accredit- FREE: two beautiful kittens. Black Concert. Call between 9 a.m. and 5
ed by UM. 662-1775, 665-7348 till 11:00 male, Tiger female. 769-3383. 44T42 p m. 965-4750. 15Q40
GRADUATE TO pm. __ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ _ __ _
HI-RISE LIVING MARTIN GUITARS D-18, D-28, D-35, MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
12-strings ready to be enjoyed! Apollo
8 MO. FALL-WINTER LEASE Music Center, 769-1400. eXtc WANTED: Sexually liberated attractive STERLING SILVERWARE, Westmor-
.,.,, ,c,.r.,L d5nr' H~rl iltn ntt rn- nrtial

PERSONAL
WE MEET OUR competitiors prices.
Just ask. Village Apothecary, cFtc
88F46
ART WORLD'S FALL CLASS-Abden-
dum acrylic painting, bamboo flute
making, Batik and tie dye, forge iron
work, macrame, calligrathy, candle-
making, figure drawing, glass blow-
ing, leathercraft, life sculpture, prim-r
itive sewing, stained glass, water
color, weaving, belly dance, dance
therapy, modern dance, folk dance,
mime,d'guitar, recorder playing, basic
land darkroom photography, figure
and nature photography, matting and
mounting, photoscreen printing, as-'
trology charting, palmistry, tarot,1
creative writing, self defense for wo-
men. Phone 668-6244 for schedule.
21312 S. Main, A.A. cFtc
RELIABLE
ABORTION SERVICE
Clinic in Mich.-1 to 24 week preg-
nancies terminated, by licensed ob-
stetrician-gynecologist. Quick serv-
vices will be arranged. Low rates,
CALL COLLECT
(216) 281-6060
24 HOUR SERVICE
cFtc
YOUTH FARE CARDS, Charters,
Groups, Getaway programs. Call Cin-
di Hopkins, TWA Campus Rep. 769-
0634. cFtc
FOR THE BOLD, brave and spirited:
R. K. Wood Spice Cologne. U-M Bar-
bers and Stylists, open Sat. to 5:15
p.m., Union. cFtc
MUSIC, CINEMA, PLAYS, openings -
Monthly in a comprehensive calendar
& articles equals ART FARE Maga-
zine. Look for it at newsstands and
bookstores all around Ann Arbor.
uFtc
IYPING-769-2645, 761-1225. cFtc
NATIONWIDE Auto Transporters -
Cars, all points. 1-537-0005. 59F53
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
-XEROX AND OFFSET

PERSONAL
at MARTY'S ...
"Wall-of-Slax"
Flared 'n Cuffed
Knit or Knot
Jeans 'n Jackets
MARTY'S MEN FASHION CLOTHING
310 S. State St.
crtc
DATING SERVICE. $15
Great people. Saturday Night Insur-
ance. 663-1392. 74F11
THE CONTINUING STORY OF MAD-
AM SOPHIE .. . turned him into one
of her famous cookies. Of course this
saddened the hearts of his many TV
fans throughout the world, but they
rejoiced once again when Sophie ...
dF38
OZONE HOUSE needs your help I Do
you have a place for someone to
crash, even once a month? If so, you
are greatly needed. Call Ozone at
769-6540. dF44
ASSOCIATE BOOKS EDITOR ... FOR
THE DAILY. Looking for someone
with broad interests in fiction and
non-fiction, experienced in writing
and editing, knows or wiling to learn
layout. Benefits: innumerable books
and working experience, hobnobbink
with publishers. Ability to write/edit
most impt. 4-7 hours a week. Inter-
ested/qualified? Call Tony, 764-0552,
662-9424. dF38
THE CONTINUING STORY OF MADAM
SOPHIE. . . announced to the world
that she would never sing again.
This ends (temporarily, of course)
this revelation of the exploits of Ma-
dam Sophie. Tune in tomorrow for
the first chapter in THE CONTINU-
ING STORY OF HOW THE LEMON
TREE SOURED ON CHRISTMAS.
dF39
HURRY! Today is the last day to vote
to save Madam SOPHIE from the
evils of obscurity. Any votes post-
marked after today will be looked at
but not counted. If you can't get it
to a mailbox or the "Daily", give it
to Sophie. d;39
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FULL- or part-time nightperson want- c t
ed. Apply in person only. Mr. Tony's, DIVORCED or SING EPrivat person-
Submarine Shop, 342 S. State, phone alized dating club for over 10 yrs.
769-9100. 55H40 I:n this area. College required or
PART-TIME SALESMAN needed. Ex- equivalent job experience to become
cellent financial opportunities. Will a member. Call free information 355-
train. Saline Mobile Home Park. 429- 0677. Write INTERACTIONS 17000 W.
9300 or 763-6641. 54H42 215 S. Fifth, Ann Arbor. 668-8883.
NEEDED: part-time experienced cloth- WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or tra-
ing salesmen for Wild's Varsity Shop, ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime.
well acquainted wi-th Levi's line and ctc
general casual wear items. See George WILL BABY SIT PART TIME in my
Wild, Jr. in person at Wild & Co., home. Reasonable rates. call 761-3000.
311 S. State St. 42H40 dF
EVENING STOCK WORK: 5 'til 9, Sats.
Contact Mr. Scott or Mrs. Giordano, STUDY ABROAD Informati nMeeting
Faber's Fabrics. 971-0140. 45H42 Nov. 76 International Center, 7:30
p.m. 764-9310. 57F48
PIZZA MAKERS. Good pay, full or
part-time. Mr. Pizza, 342 E. Liberty, TENANTS UNION-M-F, 9:00-5:00, 411(
769-8030. 36H40 Michigan Union, 761-1225. cCtc I
HONEST and dependable counter help WE DENY the existence of silverized
needed at the Union Station Restau- weather balloons. JACOBS LADDER
rant, downstairs in the Michigan Un- GALLERY. In Kerrytown Markett415
ion. Hours: 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Mon.- - N. Fifth Ave. cFtcl
Fri.; Sat., 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Also E.--. _- -
bussing position open: Mon.-Wed.- f GAY WOMEN AND GAY MEN. Gay
Fri. 6:30 a.m-330 p.m. 38140 grad students, faculty, staff & TF's
F-: p___ -m.__ 38H40 come meet in a casual atmosphere to
FULL-TIME head cashier opening im- discuss our common concerns. Oct. 21,
med. Apply in person, Kay Baum, 7:30 p.m., Union, South Wing, 3rd fl.
500 E. Liberty. 241s41, conference room. Info: 763-4186, 761-
__ELiry _4H41 2044 (Gay Hotline, 24 hrs., 7 days).

Si"
i

j FURNISHED APTS.
* HEATED SWIMMING P(
* RECREATION ROOM
* STUDY LOUNGE
* PIANO ROOM
* FREE WEEKLY HOUSE
* MOVIES AND PARTIES
(5 minutes to Class
UNIVERSITY TOWER
S. University at For
VISIT OR CALL 761
Where
TENANT
COM E F I RS
For a Campus A
Offering Many
Additional Featu
CALL
MAIZE & BL
Manageme
300 S. Thayer, Sui
761-3131

OOL
KEEPING

GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. - Fender.
Hohner, Maestro, G i b s o n, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music,
322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc

young lovely for relationship. Must kaua nuyLitnptrata
like basketball, Packers, smoking, and service for 8. Open stock. Reasonable.
skiing. Write to Mich. Daily. Box No. 662-9692. 58B39
13. dM41 -

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APOLLO DRUM CENTER-Drum sets,
s) over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
S APTS. right deals. 322 S. Main, 769-1400. cXtc
eat -_____-__
-268 iFOR SALE: Fender startoaster guitar
I ..2680 with case. Excellent condition. $225.
cCtc 763-6437. 64X42
GUITAR LESSONS
Class or private instruction, all styles
Our studios also accommodate banjo, ;
Sflute and recorder, seyUoar, bass
drums, clarinet, oboe, and sax. Calli
Ann Arbor Music Mart, 769-4980.
pt E-FLAT SAXqPHONE: call eves.,665-
. j5449. 02X41 I
res SAVE 30 PERCENT on most musical;
instruments. Call Steve, 761-7209, or
Cherie, 761-7991. 40X45
.UE
MUSIC, STRINGS
nt 'N' TH I NGSI
te A Acoustic Instruments and acces-
sories. 20% off list. Lessons and ex-
pert repairs. Old Martins, Gibsons
ani i i+0-u ur i IC.+^ VOOrA-O.~a

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RIDING IS FUN-on your horse or
ours. English, Western, Dressage, and
Jumping. Beginners to advanced.
Large indoor arena. Lessons from $5.
Boarding, training, qualified instruc-
tors. Come out and have fun. 761-
9691, 3500 South Wagner Rd. 10 min-
utes from campus. 46M41
TRANSPORTATION
THANKSGIVING
FLIGHTS
ON SCHEDULED AIRLINES WITH
RESERVED SEATS AT
REDUCED FARES
(APPROX. 20% DISCOUNT)
to
New York
-Albany
-Chicago
-Hartford
- Washington, D.C.
-Philadelphia
-St. Louis

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BOBET 15-speed, $110.00. 761-4312. 3-6
p.m. 96Z40
FRENCH 10 SPEED girl's bike: $50. Call
60-6279. 75Z42
1972 YAMAHA 350, accessories. Exc.,
condition. Was $650, now $600. Phone
663-2933. 46Z42
TRIUMPH DAYOTA 500, good condi-
tion, new electronics, must sell: $550,
negotiable. 662-2374, Rob. 96Z40
FOR SALE: Bultaco Pursang 125. 25.
:niles. Ann Arbor Box 375 48107.
For Sale: Ducati '66 250cc. 42Z40
PROFESSIONAL motorcycle mech. will
tune-up your motorcycle at your
home. Call 485-2278. 97226
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE NEEDS own room in house
till Jan. 973-1297. 86L39
$50 REWARD. Young couple looking
to reint small home. Preferably
country, Ypsilanti area. 483-1305.
66L42'
TWO WOMEN need a place in a house
or apartment with a natural foods
kitchen. 663-5035. 74L40

WOMEN
IS YOUR WORLD CHANGING?
Come to Personal Planning
Workshop Oct. 27-28
CALL 761-2274 FOR INFO.

COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769

9-0560
- Ftc

BASS PLAYER with equipment, to play 13F40
original music. Before 3 p.m., Zeke, ------ ~-----~~~~~~ ~
761-6152. dH38 BICYCLE, Backpack, Motor, Train, or
--------- ------- --- Thumb? Travel Fair, November430.
PERSONAL_ _-_- __ ---- - 85F49
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
LOOKING FOR CLOTHING from your while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 12171
past incarnation? Find it at FOR- Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
GOTTEN WORKS, behind Farmer's -------- - ---
Market. Weekends 10-6. cF44 LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-1
_. there is more to a diamond than
ONLY ONE WAY TO FIND OUT! meets theeye. Austin Diamond, 1209
U-M BARBERS & STYLISTS S. University. 663-7151. cFtc
OPEN TODAY AND MONDAY - - -- -
MICHIGAN UNION WEAR FRAGRANCE DAILY! There are
tF39 many fine ones to choose from at
the Village Apothecary. cFtc
DATING SERVICE. $15 --- -- ~~-
Great people. Saturday Night Insur- Why buy mass produced WEDDING
ance. 663-1392. 74F11 RINGS? Have your own personal de-
- --_.sign made by Jhan. 769-7550. cFtc
STUDENT CHARGE ACCOUNTS avail- - - - -
able at The Village Apothecary, 1112 T FOR THE LATEST in ar
So. University. cFtc STYLISTS and R.K. PRODUCTS,
U-M Barbers and Stylists

e~e and Guild guitars in stock. 668-9836.
516 E. William. cXtc
TENANTS UNION-M-F, 9:00-5:00, 4110 -- j-
Michigan Union, 761-1225. cCtc USED CARS
ROOMMATE NEEDED-Large, luxurious 1963 CHEVY: excellent running condi-
apt. Your own lease. ition, 6-cyl. Power steering, AM-FM
CAMPUS RENTALS Stereo:. $300. Ward, 764-8859. 80N44
LTD. '69 TORINO GT 351-2V automatic,
665-8825 power steering, power disc brakes,
1335 SOUTH U. new brakes, tires, speakers, burglar
cCtc alarm. 761-1689. 56N40
3-BEDROOM HOUSE, reasonable,' well 1968 CHEVELLE, auto; 307; AM-FM;
locs ted, will trade for your 1-bedroom Radials; P.B.; low mileage; good
apartment.. Days (517) 783-2851, eves. cond. $600. will negotiate. 663-2307.
662-8594. 07C40 39N40
BARGAIN CORNER CONSOLIDATING HOUSEHOLDS: Sell-
BARGAIN_ ng '66 Ford: new tires, brakes,
Guys-BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE goe shocks, etc. $350. Call Barb or Milt,
on. Sheepskin coat $94.50, long ones I 761-5678 persistently. 29N45
$120; Panchos $8-10; Embroidered ! -48 CADILLAC antique. Best offer. 662-
Dresses $8.50; Handmade Jewelry; 1 9481 14N40
Genuine Turkish Towels; Hand em- _ __ _
broidered Shilrts; Hand knit Socks FOR SALE: 1966 Dodge Coronet. 6 cyl-
and Mittens; Tapestry; Rugs; Kh- inder, automatic, 79,000 miles. $200.
lims; China; Alabaster; Copper work. Call 769-2060. dB34
Prices reduced 1/3-1/4. Save your
money. TURKISH ARTS & GIFTS, OPEL GT, '69. Clean, best offer over
215 E. Liberty, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sundays - $1100. Maverick, '70, 32,000 miles, 3
closed, cW41 speed, $1300. Call days 971-4774 and
GARAGE SALE-MOVING nights 662-7389. 87N39
Sat, and Sun. 9"a.m.-6 p.m. Dishes '65 BUICK. Cheap.Write Ann Arbor Box
glasses, kitchenware, American On- 3 48107. 43N40
ental rug 9x18, easy chairs, dinette,
hospital bed, roto-broil, hibachi, tools,
paint, many more items. 1200 Arlinig-
ton Blvd. 971-6689. 90W40 TYA

5

WANTED: Room in house/apt. under
$100. 761-6413, John, or leave message.
32F37
SITUATIONS WANTED
WITT BABY SIT PART TIME in my
home. Reasonable rates. call 761-3000.
dO
SUBLET

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PORTRAITS PAINTED
A unique X-mas gift. Art student.
Reasonable rates. 663-4428. 48F39?

PEOPLE'S PRODUCE CO-OP
-A REAL ALTERNATIVE-

DEADLINE for signing up is
Mon., Nov. 22, 1973, at noon
UAC Travel
763-2147
85G40,
ROOMMATES
SCULPTURE STUDENT, male, 27,
would like an apartment-mate, fe-
male or male, with individual partici-
pation similar to that in co-op hous-!
ing. Own room (although is also
passage to kitchen and bath); pleas-
ant street (Spring St.); no lease, $657
month. Call Warren at 769-7588. 73Y40
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for 2-
man apartment near campus. Call4761-
6081 after 3:00 p.m. 49Y401

REGISTRATION for speed reading and 769-3995 5-8 P.M. DAILY
academic skills will be held Fri., Oct. cFtc
26, 8-12, 1-4, at 1610 Washtenaw. Call EE
i764-9481 for info. 99F43 PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted meer-
744 r n. --9_-- 43---schaum pipes. Exceptional values and
TABLE TENNIS CLUB the most personalized of service. Free
V,tCatalog. PMP Co., P.O. Box 444,

SUBLET: unfurnished luxury 2-bed- Every Mon.Nite
room near North Campus. 6-month Waterman Gym-668-7249
lease, $205/month-negotiable. 761- 00F41
7074, 5-10 evenings. 19U39ALL CAMPUS hockey entries due Oct.
SINGLE ROOM in a house. 1 mile from 30 88F47
campus. 6 mo. lease. About $75/mo. HAPPY WE-TE - DAYTd--- -
Call Robert at 662-0431. dU40 A SWEETEST DAY T dF39 1
MUST SUBLET immediately. Own room
in 2 bedroom apartment in house . LEGAL ABORTIONS
Huge kitchen. 665-6539. 70U40
WOMAN WANTED to sublease Univer- $135
sity Towers apt. for Nov. and Dec.
Call Judy, 668-7025. 59U39 National Abortion Center
ur i w --19009 W. 7 Mile Rd.

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Gaithersburg, Md. 20760. 66Ftc
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Work in Washington, D.C. this summer
Sponsored by U-M Washington Summer Intern Program
Positions, available in Congressional Offices, Lobby-
ing Groups, Executive Agencies, Research Orgns.
E T
MASS MEETING
THURSDAY
UNDERGRADUATES ONLY
7:30, October 25
Multipurpose Room-3rd Floor UGLI
Presenting: The Premiere Performance of
J BRAIDED THEATRE
"Travel in Time and Space" DANCE
DRAMA
MUSIC
POWER CENTER FOR
THE PERFORMING-ARTS
Ann Arbor, Mich.
S 8:00 P.M. OCTOBER 21, 1973
$1.50 admission
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT MICHIGAN UNION,
DISCOUNT RECORDS AND DOOR
Ned's Bookstore & Student Book Service
(formerly of Ann Arbor)
ANNOUNCE
GIGANTIC WAREHOUSE SALE
OCT. 1 - OCT. 23
75,000 TITLES
All Books 50% OFF (or more)
THOUSANDS OF TITLES 25c - $1.00
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ACROSS
1 Chatters: Colloq.
5 Kingdom of
ancient Arabia.
9 Petty one: Slang.
14 Levantine port.
15 Dutch cheese.
16 Mirror sight..
17 Cottage cheese.
19 - Minor.
20 Music, ballet,
drama,etc.
22 Street, in St. Lo.
23 Make a run.
24 Taxes of a sort.
28 Like days of
yore. .
32 Meat, in Madrid.
33 Like certain
locks.
35 A teachers'
group: Abbr.
36 Send forth.
37 Deever.
38 Froth.
39 Badger.
40 Thick soup.
41 Binge.
42 Seat.
44 Tire.

46 Loafed.
48 Neckline shape.
49 Certain school
subjects.
55 Impassive.
56 Passed around,
57 Leafaround.
a floret.
58 Related.
59 Heating lamp.
60 Cut.
61 Head: Fr.
62 Erect.
DOWN
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2 Mountain top.
3 . Fox.
4 Coast.
5 Sub rosa item,
perhaps.
6 Bede.
7 Foundation.
8 Section of some
churches.
9 Region of north-
ern France.
10 Turkish hostelry.
11 German
philosopher.

12 Protection.
13 Things: Lat.
18 Waken.
21 Geewhiz!
24 Ancient tribe of
Britons.
25 Jeune fille's
parent.
26 Prudes.
27 Cardinal's
symbol.
29 Take effect.
30 Greek sorceress,
31 Relaxed.
34 French article.
37 Blunts.
38 Butter knife.
40 City on the Ohio.
41 Carved pillar.
43 Straightens (up).
45 Faithful wife of
Greek legend.
47 English admiral.
49 Type style: Abbr.
50 Felix Arndt tune..
51 Monogram: Abbr.
52 Repetition.
53 Food fish.
54 Leading lady.
55 Genres: Abbr.

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