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Sund4y, Qctober 29, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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

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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
WI E0 AIR all bicycle makes. 24 Hour
Serviv.. R n t a l s available. ALL
' OATs, 518 W. Cross St., Ypsi. 483-
7194. cztc
TRITW BSA, a Norton Repairs. -4
Cheap ratet, guaranteed, Jim, 769-
*493. cZ70
PHOTO SUPPLIES
AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE
Everything Photographic
DARKROOM SUPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPER
Repairs on all makes
Century Camera
(At our inew location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Taket I-94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile-thengEast to
Woodward arid North
(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner
Ciharges accepted)
cDtc
MISCELLANEOUS
DESPER4ATELY NEEDED: FOR RE-
SEARCH ON FILM PROJECT INFOR-
MATION (BOOKS, PAPERS) ON
CRYONICS (FREEZING BODIES).
SCOTT, .665-8195. 00M5
KALSO EARTH SHOES, 302 N. Fifth.
Ann Arbor. 662-0757. Natural Grace
in Walking. 17M65
FOR SALE
PORSCE 911- 1967, in excellent con-
dition, $3,965. 665-7304. 04B50
PEUGEOT 304, 1971, 4-door, front wheel
drive, AM/FM. 973-2438. 05B50
'64 BUICK SKYLARK 4-door, air-con-
ditioning. Best offer. 769-1639. 02B47
SONY HP-155 stereo system. Turntable,
amp, speakers. Price negotiable. 665-
5963, any time. 03B47
SKIRT, WATERBED, SURFBOARD,
fair conditlon all. Sizes: 6, medium,
an 3F respectively. Whole lot never
used; all far $45. Or negotiable. 313-
7634380. dB45
YlAR OLD Olympia Portable Manual
Typewriter. Precision machine. 769-
3072. 98B45

FOR SALE

ROOMMATES WANTED
ROOMMMATE WANTER. 971-8181 or
662-8487. 09Y50

TURKISH SHEEPSKIN COAT. Midi
Fully lined. Size small. Almost new,
asking $100. Call 763-6157 persistently.
85B45
HERNANDEZ classical guitar and case,
Rosewood, excellent condition, $225.
Ski boots, women's size 8%. buckle
fastenings, used only twice. Call Joy,;
663-8819. dB48
GOING TO EUROPE Apartment sale.
Must sell everything. Sunday, Oct 29.
Noon to six p.m. 4916 Lakeridge Dr.,
Ypsilanti, 434-1829. 11B45
PHOTOGRAPHERS: fotoval printing
computer, works fine, $100 new. Now
Only $50. Also Patterson 3-reel tank,
nsw $9. SNOW TIRES, pair River-
side 6.50x13 (small cars) driven 1.000
miles, only $20. PAIR SPEAKERS,
Panasonic, plug-in, improve a small
stereo, only $25. Call Marty, 761-5056
eves. 21B47
1968 VW automatic good condition,
$795. 663-2601 after 5:30. 02B47
BEAUTIFUL 16-foot mahogany Way-
fair day-sailer. Fully equipped, two
se s of sails. 663-7986. 01B45
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: ladies' watch by West Engin.
Oct. 27. Call 449-2353. Evenings. dA47
FOUND: Divine Child High School ring.
1970. 663-5996. dA46
FOUND: Lusserne w atch on the corner
of N. Univ. and State. 665-2420. dA46
LOST: men's brown leather coat with
black zip-out lining at Sock Hop in
Union Oct. 26. Please call Lorin at
764-0552 or 665-6042, leave a message
if I'm not in. dA46
FOUND: black puppy female w tan
markings, probably shepherd andbas-
sett hound, black collar. 769-3253.
keep trying. dA46
FOUND: Wed. nite. State St., striped
female cat w. collar. 761-2827. dA45
FOUND: red and white bitch, approx.
25 lbs Normand rabies tag. Wed.
night near computing center, 971-
4035, dA45
FOUND on E. Washington near State,
a black and white male tiger cat
763-6411. dA45
FOUND: brown and white female pup-
py, 9 wks. old. Near Hill and South
Division. 663-9510. dA45
LOST: Oct. 21. Jewelry, much senti-
mental value. Reward offered. No
questions asked. Call 761-3505. 57A45
LOST: black cat, was wearing red flea
collar, Reward. Call 663-4587 or 662-
9629. 40A46

WOMAN WANTED
Great House. 2
Vegitarian. Call
5195, 5:30-6:30.

as 3rd roommate in
mi. from campus.
Rita or Nat. 663-
90Y45

MALE ROOMMATE for 1 bdrm. apt.
near campus. $90/mo. Call 769-4080 or
769-5191 after 5:30 70Y43
SUBLET
SINGLE ROOM in Alice Liyod Hall.
5th floor Hindale. Interested? Call
Bill. 764-5996 any time. dU46
SAVE $25. Room for rent. Call Tim,
663-6676. 83V49
NICELY FURNISHED 2-bdrm.; quiet;
$180. 769-5107, 663-3197. 68U45
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSEH(OLD MOVING SERVICE -
Cheap. For estimate call 663-3882 any-
time. 77J47
TYPING DONE in my home. Reason-
able rates. Jerril 761-4323. 54J45
WANTED TO RENT
FENMALE wants to rent efficiency or 1
bdrm. apt. immediately or Jan. 1st.
Need not be near campus. Call 665-
4366 after 5. 55L46
APT. NEEDED for couple starting Jan.
Call Sue, 761-7219. 56L45
TICKETS
BATSHEVA: 2 tickets wanted to Bat-
sheva Dance Concert. $$ paid. Call
Ron at 764-7931. 62Q46
WANTED 4 TICKETS for Ohio State
game. Call 663-2256. 78Q46
MUSICAL MDSEd,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
McINTOSH 5100, $400. Dolby model 100.
$200. Negofiable. Call Phil, eves. or
al day Sunday, 769-6770. 84X45
McINTOSH pre-amp and amplifier for
sale. Call 668-7241 persistently.
06 X46
SIMPLY the best price and fastest
service (3 days or less) on all sound
equipment (prof., home or car) and
TVs, all services honestly by FCC
Licensed Technician. No artificial
discounts. AUDIO UNLIMITED, 323
E. Hoover, 761-3878. Service is our
Specialty-not sideline. cXtc
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments avail
able, made, repaired, accessories, les-
sons. 209 S. State. 665-8001, 10-6 p.m.
cXtc

MUSICAL MDSE., I
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALE: Guild F-30 Guitar, excel-!
lent condition. Negotiable. 662-9122.i
dX451
THORENS TD-150 prof. turntable.
Mint cond.. w/$70 B&O cart. $170.
Call Ron, 662-6726. 92X46
GUYS: don't worry about the cold.
Come to Turkish Arts Gifts Shop, 215
E. Liberty. Best quality and selection
of sheepskin coats with collar and
overlapping fronts, hand-woven wool
gloves, mittens and socks. cXtc
WURLITZER MINI-COMPACT COMBO
ORGAN, EXCELLENT CASE, EXTRAS
763-6936. 46X45I
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.
REPAIR SERVICE
On all stereo components, 24 hours
service on most units. SPECIAL
BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT? 20
percent OFF ON ALL REPAIRS with
this ad.
DOUGLASS SOUND
311 E. Liberty
Call 761-HiFi
eXtc
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin,,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music.
322 S. Main, 769 1400. cxtc
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB at 761-3932. cXtc
FOLKLORE CENTER
Used and old stringed instruments. Re-
pairs. Guitar lessons 516 E. William,
above Campus Bike. 662-0381. zcXtc
FOR RENT
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
FEREE FAST DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
eCtr
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES
Fall Rentals--Campus Area
Efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedrooms in mod-
errs buildings and older houses. Stop
in at 616 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520. cCtc

IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY
Still a few quality apts. left
cellent on-campus locations.
Charter Realt
S. University at Washtena
665-8825

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FOR RENT

USED CARS
MERCURY MONTEGO, 1968, 2-door
hardtop. Exc. condition, 38,000 miles.
One owner, driven almost exclus. in
AA by faculty wife. Firm price $1000
cash. Call 971-7295. 20N46
TR3-Z Synchromesh, rebuilt brakes and!
engine. Dunlop radials. $500, make an.
offer. 663-8337 after 6. 92N45
1970 MGB, excellent condition. Must
sell, best offer. Call after 6:00. 483-
6368. 90N457
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE
Toyota Ann Arbor
907 N. Main
TOYOTA
NEW AND USED
PARTS AND SERVICE
FREE 10-SPD. BIKE W/PURCHASE OFJ
NEW OR QUALITY CKED* USED CAR

PERSONAL PERSONAL
"Richard Strauss' 'Also Sprach Zara- I WILL BABYSIT for you in my west
thustra' is NOTHING without the side home for football games, etc.-
trwmpet call." THE - TRUMPET days! Full- or part-time 761-3000. Pd
GUILD. Tues., Oct. 31. Hill Aud.
FREE. 8:00. U of M Symphony Or- I WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
chestra. 87F46 CALL BOB AT 761-3932
cFtc
PRISONER in Ohio Penetentiary de- -- - -
sires pen pal of either sex. Interest- WHY WALK FARTHER ?
ed in friendship and sincerity. Write: GET YOUR
Walter Lee Carouthers. Box 69 129 EVI'S
208 London, Ohio, 43140. dF48 LEVI'S

UNIVERSITY
TOWERS APTS
S. University at Forest
5 minutes to classes-no
car needed.
NO Extra Rent Increase f
4 Month Leases Winter Te
Furnished apartments, heated po
recreation room, study loun
weekly housekeeping.
Furnished 4-Man Apts.
$75/mo. per person
Furnished 3-Man Apts.
$10'mo. per person
Call 761 -2680
ALBERT
TERRACE
Just two apts. left in this exce
apt. building. If you are looking
a true "home away from home"
you'll love Albert Terrace. Full-'
Resident Manager.
Call Jeanne at
761-1717
for rental information
HELP WANTED
PERSONNEL SYSTEMS. AGCY
BOOKKEEPER/JR. ACCT. Full ch
will supervise. Fee paid. RE(
TIONIST: energetic person w/
typing. Salary open, fee paid.
DUSTRIAL NURSE: RN or LPN,c
clerical skills. $600-$700, feeI
SECRETARY: . top skills, no sI

a.
for
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VOLUNTEERS urgently needed to help
raise funds for child care bucket
drive on Halloween, Tues., Oct. 31,
9-6. Please call 769-3997 or Skip at
I761-1709. 0lF45i
ALL-CAMPUS GRADING form, LSA
students and faculty attend GREAT{
GRADING DEBATE-panel discussion.
Mon., Oct. 30, 8:30 p.m. in Aud. A
People representing the proposals on
Tuesday's student referendum will be,
present. Student--Inform yourself be-
fore you vote. 99F45
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
presents Europe $185

Pro- Adm.
ol, -BUY OF THE WEEK- Routes Dates Rata Chrg. Total
ie, '69 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL-ALL, CHRISTMAS AND SPRING FLIGHTS:
V-8, a--conditioned. D/Lon/D 12/17- 1/3 $185 $20 $185
was $1295 NOW $995.00 D/Lon/D 12/24- 1/7 $165 $20 $185
'72 MERCEDES-BENZ, 250/8, four door D/Spa/D 12/23-12/31 * * $279
sedan, auto. trans., AM/FM radio, D/Nas/D 12/21-12/27 * * $179
12,000 miles dark green finish, just D/Nas/D 1/1 - 1/7 * * $179
like new. Was $6,995. NOW $5,995. D/Lon/D 1/7 - 5-1 $180 $20 $200
DO E IC -D/Nas/D 3/2 - 3/9 * * $179
-DOMESTICS -
'6 HV 12-O PCU.Four-wheel D/Spa/D 3/3 - 3/11 * * $269'
'63 CHEV. '2-TON PICKUP. FNr-hel /LOn/NY 3/- 3/10 $155 $20 17
drive, new paint, fine condition.9 N. Lon NUM /ER FL 0GHT 5 20O 17
$2195.00 SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
cCt '68 FOR GRAND TORINO, 2-dr., V-8, DETROIT TO EURPE, $
auto., buckets, sharp red finish with D/Lon/D 5/1 - 5/31 $165 $20 $1851
black interior $1295 D/Lon/D 5/2 - 6/15 $165 $20 $185
D/LonD 5/4 - 6/4 $165 $20 $185.
- FOREIGN AND SPORTS" D/Lon/D 5/7 - 6/23 $165 $20 $185,
'72 MERCEDES 250/8, 4-dr. sedan, au- D/Lon/D 5/10- 6/30 $165 $20 $185
tomatic, AM/FM radio, 12,000 miles. ' D/Lon/D 5/17- 8/15 $195 $20 $215
Dark green finish, like new. $6595 D/Lon/D 5/20 7/5 $170 $20 $190
llent '66 PORSCHE 911 COUPE, rebuilt en- D/Lon/D 5/31- 8/5 $195 $20 $215i
for gine and trans., new tangerine paint j D/Lon/D 6/4 - 7/10 $175 $20 $195
then $39 D/Lon/D 6/15- 8/10 $210 $20 $230
Time '64 PORSCHE 356C COUPE, excellent D/Lon/D 6/18- 7/19 $200 $20 $220
engine, recent paint. Very clean. Sale D/Lon/D 6/28- 9/3 $210 $20 $230
priced1.......... ........1895 D/Lon/D 7/1 - 8/1 $210 $20 $230!
j '63 MERCEDES 190D 4-dr. sedan. Sale D/Lon/D 7/2 - 8/20 $210 $20 $230
priced .....$1295 D/Lon/D 7/3 - 9/4 $210 $20 $280
j D/Lon/D 7/9 - 7/26 $200 $20 $220
cCtc - TOYOTA - D/Lon/D 7/15- 8/28 $210 $20 $230
- '69 CORONA 2-dr. H.T., 4-spd. Bright, /Lon/D 7/24- 8/25 $210 $20 $230
red........... .,......$1395 D/Lon/D 8/1 - 8/31 $210 $20 $230,
D/Lon/D 8/15- 9/6 $210 $20 $230
- CHEAPIES - D/Lon 8/30 $110 $10 $1201
arge '70 HORNET, automatic, 6 cyl. .. $895 SUMMER FLIGHTS FROM
CEP-' '69 FIAT 124, Sports coupe, new ralial NEW YORK TO EUROPE:
good tires, dark blue finish $1495 NY/Lon/NY 5/8 - 6/10 $155 $20 $175-
IN- '67 OLDS F-85, 4-dr. sedan. Sharp $995 NY/Len/NY 5/13- 7/4 $160 $20 $180
days, MNY/Len/NY 5/23- 8/23 $170 $20 $190
paid. 1969 MACH I PS, air, V-8, excellent NY/Lon/NY 6/8 - 8/9 $170 $20 $190
port- condition. 761-7868. 07N45 NY/Lon/NY 6/20- 7/15 $170 $20 $190
-aul- ___ --- ---- NY/Lon/NY 6/29- 8/18 $175 $20 $195
cH45 MERCHANDISE FOR RENT NY/Lon/NY 7/11- 8/13 $175 $20 $195
S . --- -- -NY/Lon/NY 7/20- 9/1 $175 $20 $195
part- - TV and STEREO RENTALS - $10/mo. NY/Lon/NY 8/4 - 9/4 $170 $20 $190
ance . No deposit. Free delivery, service and NY/Lon/NY 8/23- 9/5 $170 $20 $1901
ours. pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc *Price includes round trip fare plusI
47F- _ __ _ hotel accommodationz, transfers and

AT
WI LD'S
VARSITY SHOP
PILLOW PEOPLE
Unique pillow furniture for apart-
ment or home furnishings. Sulreme
comfort at reasonable prices. Clairs,
couches, etc. 323 E. William.
Between 5th and Division
DISABLED? Are you disabled, or other-
wise interested in improving the con-
ditions of the physically handicapped
at the University? The Committee on
Aid to Disabled Students (CADS) is
presently seeking new members to
help work on ways of improving fa-
cilities and services for disabled stu-
dents. To volunteer, or just to get
more information, call one of the
following numbers: 763-4384, 763-2423,
or 763-2357. 3548
A FREE TELEPHONE CALL and your
high purity lipid standards are on
the way. We're not hucksters, we're
scientists. Catalog available from Su-
pelco, Bellefonte, Penn~a. If you're In
a hurry, call Enterprise 6811. 18F45
BELLYDANCE WORKSHOP filled on
Thursdays. New Tuesday night ses-
sions begin Oct, 31st at 7:00 p.m.
Register early evenings only to re-
serve place at 213% 1,S. Main St., 2nd
floor. Phone 668-6244. 10746
ALL THE DATES you can handle. Real
people, good matches. SATURDAY
NIGHT INSURANCE, Box 543, AA,
48107, 663-1392. cV'46
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
JAZZ AND CLASSICAL GUITAR les-
sons. Modern theory and harmony.
Prof. Curtis. 662-5676. 26F46
ARTS, CRAFTS, food, plants, and rum-
mage: Books, buttons, records, pos-
ters, blue jeans other wearables. And
music, theatre, fun!! COME HOME
AMERICA FESTIVAL AND RUM-
MAGE SALE FOR McGOVERN-
SHRIVER. The Armory, Ann at Fifth
Ave. 3 to 7 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 29
84F45
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
ditional Style. Call 76140942 sAy~tmim.

-- hand. salary open, fee paid. 1945 R
rn one-bedroom furn- ine. 761-52524.c
tio and yard, conven-. ........
U-M. Pets welcome. STEADY, responsible person for p
Jan. 1. Call 434-2$77 time janitorial and mainten
weekends. 89C49 work at Kerrytown. Flexible h
_---. Arbor-A. Inn 760-A460 _99

INS TANT

INFORMA TIGI

FROM AMERICA'S LEADING

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PERSONAL
MEAL JOB, lunch, Law frat. 502 1. .- -. ____
Madison, 761-9220 or 665-9305, 79H48 FAMILY-STYLE COMMUNE seeks one
divorced father. Busy people; noisy,1
DELIVERY Persons wanted. Must have active kids; banding together for se-
own car. Mr. Pizza, 769-8032. 13H46 curity, convenience and enrichment.
A- -You need us as much as we need
ARTISTS EXCHANGE :non-proflt Me- von. 663-1392. Mary Helen. cF47
dia Access Center offers contact ex- y
change for volunteer, part-time paid U of M SKI CLUB meeting, Anderson;
artists community work-study-teach- "A" Union; 7:30 Tues., Oct. 31.
ing assignments. Facile rendering, Speaker on selection and care of
design print pieces, some lettering, equipment. Sign up for trips. 93F46j
color overlays and general offset lay- .----_-- -- -
out, silk-screen design & production. UM Oceanological Society Organiza-
First volunteer assignment: organize tional Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 31, 7
graphics studio and community arts p.m., Rm. 1028 SNR. For all those
supplies co-op. 761-7647. 97H45 people interested in the World Ocean
-______ -----and the future of Mankind! 10F46
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS. Part-time. -----
Apply at Omega Pizza after 4 p.m.- DID YOU KNOW there is only 1 wo-
39H46 man on the 13 "man" County Board
of Commissioners? Kathleen Fojtik,
USED CARS Dist. 14, Nov. 7, Democrat. 11F45i
1971 TOYOTA: 17,000 miles, air, auto, STEREO or TV on the fritz? Best
radio, 662-0870. 13N47 price and fastest service by ECC Li-
---- censed Technician. AUDIO LIMITED,
1968 FIAT 124 Spider. Must sell. $900 761-3878. cFtc

meals. -BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
UAC/SI offers a wide variety of services while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Including inter-European flights and Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761.0942. oFtc
ISTC cards.
Open only to U-M faculty, staff, stu-
dents and'immediate families.
UAC TRAVEL, 2nd Fl., M UnionUR
763-2147 GCR
Administrative and Travel Services by P Q L U X A R .
Studen s International. (313) 769-5790 T I N T Y P E R E G U L U S
6 l Church Street, Ann Arbor R E B N C A S I L O
cFtc A 0R NUME R 0 C A P
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award- CA N A L TIN PIANO
winning artist-craftsman. Bands, CATNN
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu- E N S N A R E D S I N N E R
dio, 484-0854 or 434-0055. cFtc C R 0 S S R 0 A D
WATERBEDS: Buy directly from ranu- S 0 G' I T E T E
facturer and save. Aquarest, Inc. 33 UE AR P E G A
Staebler Rd.. Ann Ar Minh 7 C E A . N G

oluwin., wn ror, c mn. -
4491. cFtc
CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
For automobile, apartment, and ma-
jor medical coverage. 663-3100. cFtc

0 ELTE
RIY D I N Y AF'TELAVIV S!R
LINAGE SKESEE

i

or best offer. Call Larry, 663-2960 per- -----
sistently. 91N451 GRAD COFFEE HOUR: Wed. night, 8-
10 p.m. Lots of people. Special: Hot!
'68 FIAT 124 Sport Coupe. $950. Gene, chocolate. 4th floor Rackham. NewI
769-4293, 763-4344. 71N45 people welcome! cFtc
MERECEDES 220 Diesel, 1971 Sunroof, ROOM WITH KITCHEN privileges for
power automatic, 46,000. Commuter quiet grad student. $60/mo. Platt Rd,
miles. Best offer over $4,200. Satur- ! near Packard, 971-4776. 74F45
day and Sunday only. 662-3305. -- - ---
63N45 Vote for
-3N45_KATHLEEN FOJTIK
1971 PINTO 2-door. Radio, heater. 4- McGovern Delegate Contender for
speed transmission. 13,000 mi. $1,375. County Commissioner, Dist. 14.
475-87$8. - 65N45 Questions? Want to help? Call 761-
___________ _________-: 1291. 12F45 -
FIAT 124 SPYDER, 1971. Clean, low .____ .2.4.
mileage, luggage and ski rack, must SPECTACLE! Thurs., Nov. 2, University
sell, getting married. $2100. Call, Philharmonia: aBrtok Concerto for
665-8840, ask for Brian. 52N45 Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony No.
8, Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet.
'68 PLYMIOUTH Barracuda. Excellent FREE. Hill, 8:00. 96F48
condition. Call 662-2278 evenings, or-------------__-.- -- 96F-
weekends. 33N46 NOON LUNCHEON at Guild House. 802
Monroe. Speakers: Mon., Oct. 30-
'67 V.W. $400. 763-3971. 36N47 Perry Bullard, Dem. candidate for
A I RState Representative. Buffet 35c.
BARGAIN CORNER 07F45
BLUE HOPSCOTCH rocks: ideal for SPECTACLE! Thurs., Nov. 2, Univer-
nine skukre board, short driveway. sity Philharmonia: Bartok Concerto
Call 761-0089. dW45 for Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony#
No. 8, Tchaikovsky Romeo and Ju-,
liet. FREE, Hill, 8:00. 96F481
NOON LUNCHEON at Guild House.' 802
AA /j S TO RMonroe. Speoliers: 14on., Oct. 30. Per-
yBy4llard, Dem. candidate for Statel
Representative Buffet 35c. 07F45'
WHEN YOU THINK of Prescriptions,
UEV'S-DEN I MSthink of us. Village Apothecary, 1112-
Bell Bottoois...S. University. cFtc
Triti s.......8.00 WHY WALK FARTHER
t nF s . . . .. . ..50 AGETYOUR
Button Flys . .. . .. 7.50 BAGGI ES

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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ACROSS
1 China. Japan,
etc.
8 W ay up.
1I Suitable.
15 Obstrucq.
16 Unnamed person.
17 Breathing place.
18 Cookbook
abbr.
19 "William Tell"
composer.
21 __ weight.
22 Pronoun.
23 Stor w riter
Horatio -
25 Established.
28 - - de la Cite.
29 Cobbler in
Wagner opera.
33 Spicy stew.
34 Netherlands'
town.
36 Ancient France.
37 Path. .
38 Felony.
39 Stratagem.
40 ._-of Court.
41 Lake on the
Panama Canal.
42 A Gardner.
43 Arrangement.
45 Term in gram-
mar, Abbr.

Copr.
46
47
49

"2 Gen'i Features Corp
".._ afraid...
Danger.
New England

cape.
50 Initials of
1861-65.
53 Absorbs.
55 "Much_ .
58 Sound of the

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drum.
60 Place for a
lookout .
62 City near Ft,
Worth.
63 -- -Iman.
6- Hoglike aninlIs.
65 Complained.
DOW N
1 Boxer's weapon.
2 Years: Span.
3 Gambol.
4 Poet's "before."
5 Loved deeply.
6 Title akin to
muster.
7 -bien,
8 Weapon for
David.
9 Heath follomwers.
10 German
exclamation.
11 Religious work
of art.
12 - of thumb.

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28
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13 Small barracuda.
15 Used an ejector
seat.
20 Ilruinmer.

patter.
Look out!
Sneeze caus' r.
Spassky.
"All1-
Bias.
Enlighten.
Heap of rocks.
Shout of surprise,
Icy rain.
Tote --
Miss Sothern,
Tease.
Nursery tale
character.
Strawberry .
Pitcher's asset.
Suffix with demo
or pluto.
Sheba.
"Let me give
You -.
Leading man or lady
- end (over).
Former \enetian
title.
Unclosed: Poet.
Baba.
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