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Sunday, November 5,. 197Z

I HE 'v1CHI3AN DA ILY

rage Fiver

get the job done
FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.4 P.M.Monday-Friday
-- - -- ------ - - --

FOR SALE FOR SALE
- - -- -- - ----
TOP QUALITY Goosedown Sleeping ALLIED MODEL No. 2395, F l o o r
Bag. One year old. Must sell. Best Speakers. New $300. Now $130. Call
over $80.00. Call Walter, 769-0095 per- Steve, 769-7378. 29B51s
sistently. 12B51

WILL SWAP Harmony Guitar for type-
writer in good condition. 761-1292.
32B56
% LENGTH sheepskin coat. $100 or
..best offer. 769-0985. 33B55
BARGAIN CORNER
TURKISH ARTS & GIFTS - sheepE
skin coats, afghans & hats, hand"
made jewelry, hand woven w o ol
socks, mittens, shawls, and table
cloths, etc. Reasonable price, un-
usual gifts. 215 E. Liberty 10 a.m. to
7 p.m. cW51

SAM'S STOFR

LEVI'S-DENIMS
Bell" Bottoms
TraditionalIs
Button Flys
Super Slims
Boot Jeans

8.50
8.00
7.50
7.50
8.00
S

ODDS AND ENDS sale, Saturday-Sun-!
day, Nov. 4th & 5th. 1541 Broadway-
North Campus Area. 54B51
ODDS AND ends sale, Saturday-Sun-
day, Nov. 4th & 5th. 1541 Broad-
way-North Campus Area. 54B51
8 VOLUME Japanese Encyclopedia,
like new, reasonable price. 1-582-7585,
TANDBERG 3000. L.T. 1 yr. old. War-
ranty. $285. 665-0213. 16B51
REFRIGERATOR SALE - ideal for
dorm rooms - call 761-1932, will de-?
liver. 60B53
SUBLET
CAMPUS - Large 2-man, $175. Top
floor, house. 761-1932. 10U53
LARGE ROOM w kitchen privileges,
Available Nov. 16, (male). 662-3812.
52U56
AVAILABLE DEC. 1-Completely furn-'
ished, modern one-bedroom apt. only;
2 blocks from Angell Hall. Drapes,
wall-to-wall carpet, lease running
only thru August. Call 761-7600 days.
60U156
EFFICIENCY: 155.00/mo., 2 blocks from
campus - utilities paid, 769-8442, 761-
3926, 764-8109. 00U51
833 E. UNIVERSITY. One girl needed
to share entire 2nd floor of house.
Now until May 1st. 449-4686 or 663-
E1655. 81U51
. ...__ -----
MODEST, cozy apartment - perfect
for 1-2 persons, Conveniently close
to hospital area and campus. $160/
mo. 1009 Cornwell, call 761-9749, 5:00-
7:00 p.m. 97U60
WANTED: Female roommate for mod-
ern bi-level apartment, close to cam-
pus. For winter semester-rent ne-
gotiable. Co11 Nancy: 769-7279. 59U51
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Young male Irish setter. 769-
5130. dA52
LOST: small black female kitten,
white fluffy belly. White street area.
769-7959. 39A54
LOST: Black female kitten, frosty
chest, Packard area. 769-7959. 37A55

LOST AND FOUND
REWARD if you return my wallet-
taken from International Center,
Wed., Nov. 1. Return to Drug Help
or 705 S. Division or call Kathy
Kohn, 662-9398. dA52
REWARD: Green army surplus satchel,
contains thesis notes, orange note-
book. Taken from University Cellar
Nov. 1. Please call 769-3912. 23A52
LOST: Men's horn rimmed glasses on
October 31 between LSA and Fol-
lett's bookstore. Reward. Call 663-.
7933 between 2 and 5 p.m. 98A52
LOST: black cat, was wearing red flea
collar. Reward. Call 663-4587 or 662-'
9829 65A5
PETS AND SUPPLIES
VERY AFFECTIONATE, intelligent,
healthy, gentle, active 2 yr. old al-
tered female cat needs home bad-l
ly, 769-0149. 45T53
CALICO CAT needs home, About a
year old. Call 434-0710. d-T
MERCHANDISE FOR RENT
TV and STEREO RENTALS - $10/mo.
No deposit. Free delivery, service and
pick-up. Call NEJAC, 662-5671. cPtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSEHOLD MOVING SERVICE -
Cheap. For estimate call 663-3882
anytime. 02J58
PIANO music for your dinner party,
cocktail party, wedding, sing-along,
what-have-you. Donald Sosin 761-
9647. dJ52
TICKETS
FOR SALE: two tickets for U of M
Professional Theatre's Dec. 3rd
"Marigold's". 663-8221. 56Q51
FOR SALE: four tickets for Jethro
Tull's Nov. 8 Detroit concert. 663-
8221. 51Q51
WANTED: TWO or more tickets to
Ohio game. 769-2724 after 8 p.m.
82Q53
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: 72-73 UM Staff paid parking
permit. Price negotiable. Call Irene
at 663-3605. 48K53
BIKES AND SCOOTERS

LEVI'S - CORDUROY!

(several colors)
Bells..9.....9.00
Slim Fits.........7.50
LEVI'S-DENIM JACKETS
Unlined. . ...9.50
Lined . ....13.50

POCKET T-SHIRTS
(assorted colors)
BLUE CHAMBRAY
WORK SHIRTS *
Tall Man Sizes.

1.69
$2.49
$2.981

207 E. LIBERTY

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
TRIUMPH, BSA, Norton Repairs -
Cheap rates, guaranteed. Jim, 769-
8493. cZ70O
HELP WANTED
PART-TIME JOB
For ambitious people
Call day or night
761-0801 or 971-3333
55H51
KOSHER COOK for AEPi fraternity,
Generous salary, room and board.
1620 Cambridge. Phone 662-9538.
74H52
EIGHT-WEEK interpersonal growth
workshop, 2-3 openings (need men)
Call Roger at 662-0289. 46H53
LIGHT CHILD care for 7 yr. old boy,
weekdays after school. Need someone
to "be there," 'til adult gets home.
Own transportation. Call evenings:
663-3953. 93H51
PINBALL PERSONNEL
Experience with repairs or electron-
ics helpful - Pinball Alley, 1217 S.
University. 09H53
GENTLE PERSON to take care of 15
mo. old and 6% year old boys in my
house or arrangement worked out.
If you have one child, this is all
right. If no car, will pick up. Mon.
thru Friday, $25 to start, more if
experienced. Call 769-7871. 95H51
CREW MANAGER: Commercial jani-
torial services. Experienced requir-
ed. Phone 761-7333. 92H59
WAITER, FREE meals, Frat 665-9305
.or 761-9220. 79H51
JANITORS: EXPERIENCED, mornings,
evenings, and weekends. Car neces-
sary. Starting $2.20/r. Phone 761-
7333. 91H59
PEOPLE NEEDED to wait tables, wash
dishes, and for kitchen work. Call
for interviews after 1, 761-8747. 20H51
DELIVERY persons and Pizzamaker
wanted. Must have own car. Mr. Piz-
'a, 769-8032. 60H52
FOR RENT
JANUARY 1973
Now renting a limited number of
campus apartments,
Charter Realty
S. University at Washtenaw
665-8825
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES
Fall Rentals-Campus Area
Efficiencies, I and 2 bedrooms in mod-
ern buildings and older houses. Stop
in at 616 Church for our listings or
call 769-8520. Ctc
DETROIT
FURNITURE RENTAL
COLLEGE MARKET SPECIALISTS
LOW PRICES
FREE FAST DELIVERY
ANN ARBOR REPRESENTATIVE
NELSON RESNICK
769-2074
eCtq
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS APTS.
S. University at Forest
5 minutes to classes-no
car needed.
NO Extra Rent Increase for
4 Month Leases Winter Term
Furnished apartments, heated pool,
recreation room, study lounge,
weekly housekeeping.
Furnished 4-Man Apts.
$75 mo. per person
Furnished 3-Man Apts.
$100 mo. per person
Call 761-2680
eCr
ALBERT
TERRACE
Just two apts. left in this excellent
apt. building. If you are looking for
a true "home away from home" then
you'll love Albert Terrace. Full-Time
Resident Manager.
Call Jeanne at
761-1717
for rental information
cCtc-

C Wtc

LOST: Prescription glasses & blue WE REPAIR all bicycle makes. 24 Hour
down Jacket. Desperately needed. Service. R e n t a l s available. ALL
Prevents blindness & frostbite. 769- SPORTS, 518 W. Cross St., Ypsi. 483-
4993. 34A51 7194. cZtc
______ 'f

ROOMMATES WANTED
4TH MAN NEEDED for comfortable
modern 4 man on Tappan. Call 663-
7747 persistently. dY52
HOUSEMATE WANTED immediately.
Own room in 5 bdr. house - Ass-
holes need not apply. 663-4428. 04Y54
ROOMMATES needed in apt. near
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 665-
2410. dY53
ROOMMATE WANTED-Modern 4-man
apt, near campus. Call Lee, 665-2818.
26Y51
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 new location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Take 1-94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile-then East to
Woodward and North
tMichigan Bank, Security and Diner
Charges accepted)
cDtc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
McINTOSH MODEL 5100. Integrated
amplifield. 50 watts per channel rms.
$325. Call Phil. 769-6770. 28X51
DOLBY MODEL 100. $175. Call Phil.
769-6770. 27X51
THORENS TD-150 prof. turntable. Mint
cond. w/$70 B&O cart. $170. Call
Ron at 662-6726. dX54
GIBBSON HUMMINGBIRD Acoustical
Guitar. Brand new. Best offer over
$275. 326-1981. 13X51
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric imstruments avai
able, made, repaired, accessories, les-
sons. 29 S. State, 665-8001, 10-6 p.m.
eXtc
SONY TAPE Deck - TC255 stereo
DUALL 1212 Turntable - both per-
fect. Must sell - Mark 769-3807. 14X51
TEAC 350 with Dolby unit. Finest Cas-
sette Deck made. Was $300 new.
Jeff 663-9259. 15X54
APOLLO DRUM CENTER. Drum sets,
over 20 sets in stock: Rogers, Sonar,.
Ludwig, Gretsch, Singerland. Priced
right deals. 322 S. Main, 761-1400.
STEREO TAPE DECK - TEAC 4010 in
top condition with Auto Reverse, 3
Motor drive, Recording Monitor,
More. $500 new, will sell for $250,
Cheap. Call Pete, 769-9750. 85X51
SAVE 30%, on all musical instruments.{
Call Steve-663-1157. 30X51
MUSIC
The lowest prices in town on folk,
blues, rock, and popular music,
Everything at least 10%' less than
list.
STRINGS
The lowest prices in town on guitar
and banjo strings. Example: Darco
guitar set, list at $4.00, now $3.00.
THINGS
The lowest prices in town on
Martins, Yamahas, Guilds, Epi-
phones, and many other guitars,
banjos, and mandolins. A constant-
ly changing selection of used, af-
fordable instruments. Handmade
dulcimers, Marine Band harmonicas
at $3.50 each, and more.
WHERE?
MUSIC, STRINGS, N THINGS it at
516 E. William St., upstairs above
the bike shop. We're open from
11 until 9, 10 to 6 Saturday. 668-
9836. Give us a try . . . we're
hard to find, but we're worth find-
ing.
MUSIC, STRINGS, N' THINGS
A musicians store, not just
a music store.
WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
CALL BOB at 761-3932. cXtc
SIMPLY the best price and fastest
service (3 days or less) on all sound
equipment (prof., home or car) and
TVs, all serviced honestly by FCC
Licensed Technician. No artificial
discounts. AUDIO UNLIMITED, 323
E. Hoover, 761-3878. Service Is our
Specialty-not sideline. cXtc

REPAIR SERVICE
On all stereo components, 24 hour
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

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUITARS, AMPS, PIANOS. Fender,
Hohner, Maestro, Gibson, Martin,
Guild. One-stop center. Apollo Music.
3122 S. Main, 769-1400, cXtc
MISCELLANEOUS
KALSO EARTH SHOES. 302 N. Fifth.
Ann Arbor. 662-0757. Natural Gra e
iu Walking. 17M65
WANTED TO RENT
VEG needs MEATLESS place by Nov.
10. Privacy unnecessary, less than $65.
Either an apt. or room in hse. Any-
thing! Cliff, 761-8173, Sun. only by 4.
Prefer west of Main area. dL51
2-MAN apartment in house wanted
now and/or winter. Call Ricki '761-
0828 or Mark, 761-0770. dL51
USED CARS
WRITE IN George Tirebiter for Con-
gress. Someone' to believe in. 31N52
1968 AUSTIN America, 29,000 miles,
$440. Call Dennis, 761-3957, 86N52
'65 VW good running, must sell. First
$300 takes. 971-3464. 40N51I
1972 VEGA Wagon, 4 speed, larger en-
gine, mint condition. Must sell.
Sharp. 763-6419, 30N55
VAN CHEVY 1968. Six, Stick. Good con-
dition, $700.00, 763-6914, 77N51
'67 RENAULT. Good mechanically,
body rough. $125. 761-2925, Bob. 17N51
1970 VOLVO 142, AM-FM radio, Mich-
elins, good condition. $1650, Call eve-
nings 769-4094. 20N54
WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR!
TOP $$$
BRING YOUR TITLE

TOYOTA
NEW AND USED
PARTS AND SERVICE
IREE 10-SP. BIKE W/PURCHASE OF
NEW OR QUALITY CKED* USED CAR
-BUY OF THE WEEK-
'69 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL - ALL,
V-8, air conditioned.
was $1295 NOW $995.00
'72 MERCEDES-BENZ, 250 8, four door
sedan, auto. trans., AM/FM radio.}
12,000 miles dark green finish, just
like new. Was $6,995. NOW $5,995.
- DOMESTICS -
'70 PONTIAC LE MANS sport 2 dr. H.T.
V-8, automatic w/console, P. steer-
ing, buckets sharp............$2395
'68 CHEV. i>-TON PICKUP. Four-wheel
drive, new paint, fine condition.
$2195.00
'71 CHEV. El. CAMINO tonneau cover
autom tic. New condition ......$2995
'70 CHEV. 2 TON pick-up V-8. 3 speed
fine condition .................$1995'
- FOREIGN AND SPORTS -
'72 MERCEDES 250/8, 4-dr. sedan, au-
toinatic, AM FM radio, 12,000 miles.
Dark green finish, like new. $6595
'66 PORSCHE 911 COUPE, rebuilt en-
gine and trans., new tangerine paint
$3795
'64 PORSCHE 3560 COUPE, excellent
engine, recent paint. Very clean. Sale
priced...................$1895
'63 MERCEDES 190D 4-dr. sedan, Sale
priced ......................... $1295
- TOYOTAS -
1971 COROLLA 2 dr. sedan AM/FM
radio 4 spd. low mileage. Good
buy..........................$1695
-CHEAPIES -
'70 HORNET, automatic, 6 cyl. ..$895
'69 FIAT 124, Sports coupe, new radial
tires, dark blue finish ........$1495
'67 OLDS F-85, 4-dr sedan. Sharp $995

KATHLEEN FOJTIK needs your vote.
Dist. 14 - Commissioner. 761-1291.
all welcome, 22F50
FRANK KELLY has signed the Mich-
igan Marijuana Initiative. Mich.
needs a "'token" Senator. Vote Frank
Kelley for U.S. Senate. Democrat.
IMPORTANT! Were you at the Ark for
Bromberg Tues., Oct. 24, first row of
chairs near the window? Please con-
tact Box 37, Mich. Daily. 05F51
PINBALL LEAGUE
Now forming at Pinball Alley, 1217
South University - 2 person teams
may sign for Sunday Afternoon
Afternoon League. Also -- 2 f r e e
games with this ad. 668-6600. 08F54
Tickets are now on sale for
CABARET
in the Fishbowl until Nov. 5
See it Nov. 9, 10, 11 at Power.
THE PROBLEM of evil and Christian-
ity - Lecture. Dr. John Gerstner.
Monday, Nov. 6. 4:30. Michigan
League. 26F51
REDUCED RATES, reserved seats, to
.Los Angeles over Christmas. Faculty,
students, and staff. Seats limited
Call 769-0634 evenings. 90F64
BELLY DANCING class forming Mon-
days, starting November 6 (eve-
nings). Thursday and Tuesday ses-

PERSONAL
INDIAN SUMMER
PRESENTS AN
AMERICAN INDIAN
DINNER
SUNDAY, NOV. 5, 4-8:30 P.M.
INDIAN SUMMER NATURAL
FOODS RESTAURANT
315 S. STATE 761-7918
42F51j
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
Traditional style. Call 761-0942 any-
time. cFtcM
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
LAST TWO DAYS - Israeli Art Show
Union Art Gallery 12-5 Saturday &
Sunday. 43F51
WHY WALK FARTHER
GET YOUR
BAGG I ES
AT
WILD'S
VARSITY SHOP

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Toyota Ann
907 N. N

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
WORDS 1 dov 2 dovs 3 days 4 days 5 dovs 6 dos odd.
0- 10 1.00 2.00 2.40 3.20 3 90 4.50 .55"
1i1.15 1.15 2.30 2.90 3.a0 dA80 5.60 . .75
16-20 1.30 2.60 3 60 4.80 5 90 6.80 .85
21-25 1.55 3.10 4.30 5.70 7 00 8 10 1.05
26-30 1 30 3.60 5.00 6.60 8 10 9.40 1.20
31-35 2.05 4.10 5 65 7,40 9 05 1U.50 1.35
36-40 2.30 4.60 6.30 8.20 10.00 11.60 1.50
41-45 2.55 5.10 6.95 9 00 10 95 12.70 1.65
46-50 2.80 5.60 7.60 9.80 11.90 13.80 1.80
INCHES
1 2.80 5.60 7.60 9 80 11.90 13.80 1.80
2 5.20 10.40 f4.65 19 10 23 45 27.60 3.60
3 7.40 14.80 21.10 27.60 34.00 40.20 5.40
4 9.40 18.80 26.95 35.30 43.55 51.60 7.20
5 11.20 22 40 32.20 42.20 52.10 61.80 9.00
N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 charocters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines eouols 1 inch 5 words per line

Arbor
Aain

PERSONAL
TIRED OF WAITING for that bottle of
Chromosorb or other gas chroma-
tography supplies. Supelco ships 90
percent of orders the day they are
received. How? We manufacture. Free
catalog available . . . Supelco, Inc.,
Bellefonte, Penna. For extra rush
service call Enterprise 6811. 19F51

STEREO or TV on the fritz? Best
price and fastest service by ECC Li-
censed Technician. AUDIO UNLIM-
ITED, 761-3878. cFtc
UNIQUE JEWELRY DESIGNS. Award-
winning artist-craftsman. Bands.
stone seting, etc. Fairly priced. Stu-
dio, 484-0854 or 434-0055, cFtc
WATERBEDS: Buy directly fron manu-
facturer and save. Aquarest, Inc. 33
Staebler Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. 769-
4491, cFtc
CALL TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO.
For automobile, apartment, and ma-
jor medical coverage. 662-3100. cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
while-U-wait! $2. MBL Press, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942, cFtc
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 51F59
Order
Your
Subscription
Today
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Speaking Before Political Science 300, Congressman Marv Esch's
Opponent Strongly Urged Everyone to Read Ralph Nader's
Profile on Congressman Esch Before They Voted. We Concur
With That Advice... .
On the subject
Ralph Nader says:
"The Vietnam war has been one of Esch's primary con-
cerns. He is against the war, and this is where he differs
from Nixon."
"Congressman Esch is in the forefront of Republican
doves, seeing not only the human waste in Southeast
Asia, but the economic debree and the need to rebuild
Indochina."
Commenting on environmental legislation, Mr. Nader singles out the
highly controversial H.R. 10420, which ended the killing of sea mam-
mals without a permit from the Secretary of Commerce and the Noise
Control Act, which gave the Environmental Protection Agency the
power to impose federal pollution standards. Congressman Esch voted
yes on both. Says Nader,
"For 1970, the League of Conservation Voters gave Esch
a 95% for the year and ranked him 105th in the Con-
gress for his stand on the ecology."
Sa h Nader
of Congressman Esch,
""HE IS LITERALLY HIS OWN MAN"'

--.-sions filled. 668-6244. 84F52
69 MGB-GT. AM-FM, Michelins. Clean.
Call 769-4993, 6-8 p.m. 01N51 YOUTH FARE Cards, Getaway cards,
groups, charters. Call Cindi Hop-
'69 DODGE Coronet station wagon. kins, TWA Campus Rep., 769-0634.
Good condition. 1-878-3649 after 6
p.m. and weekends. 88N53 WANNA LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR?
---CALL BOB AT 761-3932
'64 OLDSMOBILE convertible, 60,000
miles - best offer. 483-8157 eves, and PHOTOGRAPHERS - EARN EXTRA
weekends. 48N51 CASH with the help of a PRESS
PASS. Send" addressed - stamped en-
PERSONAL velope for listings of our supplies to:
_-_.. Quinn, Box 4719, Pittsburgh, Penna.
15206. 63F56

March to

REKINDLE HOPE
IN AMERICA
Monday Night
59F51,
FOOLPROOF contraception does not
exist. Vote "yes" Proposal B, Nov. 7.
49F51
NO LUNCH BOX FORUM Tuesday,
Election Day. Vote Democratic. 24F52
VARIETY is the spice of life. That's
why we have so many famous brand
cosmetic lines to choose from. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
FLEMISH LANGUAGE NIGHT. Coye
share the atmosphere of Dam Square.
Speak with the Dutch Masters. Mon-
day, 9-12. Rive Gauche. 1024 Hill St.
SPECIAL RATES today, 1-6 p.m. Michi-
gan Union Billiards. cF51
TRAVEL VIA "VIA"
There is a new and very conveniently
located travel agency - Vacationer's
International Agency. It's a bit dif-
ferent than other agencies. We like
student business and will spend time
with you looking through the hun-
dreds of different available fares and
travel related services to find the
least expensive one possible.
Vacationer's International Agency
211 S. State St. - 769-6655
CF te
CAMERA WANTED Will pay well for
good quality used 35mm. Call Jeff.
761-6133. 36D52

WEDDINGS, Portraits, etc. by experi-
enced photographers. Call Terry, 665-
7323, or Mitch 665-0428. 9F51

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Tlype of table.
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ROOMMATES WANTED
WANTED-Grad student or career girl
to share one-bedroom apartment
nearc main canmpus. Call 769-1048 after
5:30, 47Y53
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED winter
term or earlier. Call 761-3223. 53Y56
TWO PEOPLE WANTED to share farm-
house in Dexter. Call Bob, 426-4773,
weekends, and 7-11 p.m. Wed.-Fri.
44Y56

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ilon't.
2) Flop.
21 River into the
;'seine.
22 :Acrobat's milieu.
23 looks after.
2) Iishigig.
-i ttila's horde.
29 Not now,
3;3 Manhattan huh.
37 Japanese herb,
38 Adolphe _
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31) Swiss canrtonl.
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41 fart of a triangle.
42 Historic1 ,am e in
boxing.
46 Rhythiic break.
48 Attempt.
49 Chinese monies.
51 Teamed, as wagon
horses.
55 Like a witnd-
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Nantnot."
60 \erfinforming
sutfflx.
61 Prefix w ith
striped or
colored.
62 Existig condi.
tion of affairs.
61 Longfellow hero.
6:> 'l'ake oil hands.
66 V.audeville
routine.
67 Jive talk. for one.
68 City in
Oklahoma.
69 Certain hu zers.
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Egypt.
22 Pooh. for one.
'2I Son of Noah,
26 Steppes.
2 Spill the beans.
30 River into the
Rhine.
31 Fragrance.
32 _ Parker.
33 french chalk.
31 Notion.
35 W\izard, old sIle.
36 State of being:
Suffix.
40 Spiiders' work
42 Trembling.
43 1934 Nobelist.
41 Gave in limited
quantity.
45 Linguistic group
of Africa.

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