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GROUP FLIGHT SPECIALS-Chicago to Luxem-
bourg. Depart April 27, May 18;or 26 ($365). Return
anytime up to one year. For information and reser-
vations call or write: Educational Cooperative
Travel Centre, 176 W. Adams, No. 2129, Chicago,
IL. 60603. (312) 726-6836 n6P409

FOUND-CAT in East Quad. Call
describe.

Must
dA328

DECORATIVE BULOVA POCKET WATCH in
classroom of Music School. Call Chris, evenings,
995-2820. dA326
LOST a silver Ladies Helbrogh watch. Please call
764-0533 or, after 5p.m., (517) 451-2653. 55A326
FOUND-Small black female dog, on 4th and East
William. March 24th Vil l6-5689. d A39

Airine iReceiver, A,/FM/8 track, Realistic tur-
ntable, Marantz Speakers. 769-1319. 44B331
23" BW console TV-$100, Sony TC-10 car cas, tape
deck-$90, Yamaha FG-180 6-steel guitar with
case-$110, Fuzzbuster Radar detector-$90, 994-
1315. 41B328
Wholistic Therapy Workshops on communication
and change. Perceiving the world. Training for
helpers. Personal growth. Phone Alan Konell, 662-
6729. 03B402
FOR SALE!! Box springs and mattresses. Crystal
House Hotel, 3250 Washtenaw, 971-1100.. 31B416
Texas Instrument SR 52, programmable electronic,
slide ruler, calculator less than one year old, new
condition complete with all original manuals,
charger and blank magnetic cards. $100. Call 941-
3600. 898329
FOR RENT
NOW RENTING for Spring, Summer, Fall:
luxurious newly furnished rooms, single and double,
price ranging $45 and up. Call 995-3276, or 769-3078.
p81C416
NOW AVAILABLE Rooms for rent in 6 person house
for Summer and/or Fall. Campus area. Call 663-1910.
40C402
ONE BEDROOM apartment, unfurnished. Tennis.
Pool. North campus recreation and bus stops-2
blocks. Sublet April 1 to August 30. May assume lease
for next academic year. 662-2662 evenings. 43C331
"Distinctive Living"
with
MODERN
APARTME NTS
Now accepting applications for Fall 78 rental
Featuring
* On & Off Campus Locations
" Security Systems
" Furnished
- Heat & Water Paid
" Air Conditioned
#Disposals
" Laundry Room
- Storage
" Balcony
- Parking
For best selection/call now!!
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments,
available for fall in older home, 1 block from
Rackham Building. Laundry facilities, parking. 663-
4101._ cCtc
SPRING-SUMMER RENTALS
Efficiency, one, two bedroom apartments and
houses are.available for rentals. Stop in and pick
up a copy of our listings. McKinley Properties,
Campus Division, 611 Church, 769-8520. 29C408
2 BEDROOM modern furnished apartments. Park-
ing, laundry facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham Building.
Fall occupancy. $300/mo. includes heat and water.
663-4101. Campus Management. cCtc
GET IN SHAPE
SAVE MONEY
Beautiful and distinctive 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
ments located in quiet residential surroundings
within jogging distance to campus.
" Clean
" Well managed
" Furnished
" Heat & water paid
* Free Parking
Now leasing for Fall 78
MODERN
MANAGEMENT
668-6906 663-3641
ectc
AVAILABLE MAY-AUG.
WITH FALL OPTION
Half a house on campus, furnished, 3-bedrooms.
shag carpeting, ceramic bath. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
cctc

The Highlands
Located on orth Campus
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments avail-
able for immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring
security lock systems, drapes, dishwasher, lighted
tennis courts and swimming pool. Buses to and
from central campus daily.
CALL 769-3672
Or visit the resident manger at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
cCtc
FALL 1978 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing 1 and 2 bedroom modern,
furnished apartments for next fall. Stop by or call
Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600, Daily
9-5. cCtc
GEDDES-OBSERVATORY
AREA
Modern 3 or 4 person furnished 2 bedroom for
fall, parking, separate kitchen with dining area,
laundry facilities-
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
INC.-663-4101
335E. HURON
9-5 WEEKDAYS 10-2 SAT.
NEXT WINTER
DON'T LET A LITTLE
SNOW STOP YOU
" 2 blocks from main campus
" Hi-rise luxury i
" 8 month individual liability leases.
$50 security deposit
* Approved off campus housing
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Phone 761-2680
536 S. Forest
OUR PRIVATE, 6-member co-operative house has
been working magnificently for a year, but two of
our number are moving on. A double room is
available for May or Sept. at a sane price. We're
close to campus, non-smoking and co-ed. Call us at
663-7981. Males, females or one of each. dC326
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT-On Pauline Street
just west of Main; quiet, roomy with sun porch
and yard. $175/mo. in summer, $225 in fall, plus gas
and electricity. Unfurnished. 668-8754 evenings.
65C328
SOMETHING FOR
EVERYONE AT
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
APARTMENTS
" Minutes to Class
" 8 mo. Fall-Winter Lease
" Heated Swimming Pool
" Recreation Room
" Study Lounge
" Furnished Apts.
" Recreation and Piano Rooms
" Movies
VISIT OR CALL 761-2680
at S. University at Forest

We are currently leasing efficiency and 1 bedroom
modern, furnished apartments for next fall.
Stop by or call
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
543 CHURCH
761-7600 DAILY 9-5
cCtc
CAMPUS-Modern furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apts.
Available May 1 w/fall option and some available
for fall occupancy. 769-9283, 429-4335. 47C331
Thompson Apartments
Located on Central Campus
Efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished apart-
ments available for fall occupancy. Attractive
modern building and furnishings. Includes laundry
facilities and air conditioning.
CALL 665-2289
Or visit the resident manager at
350 THOMPSON STREET, APT. 216
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company

FIND NEW FRIENDS. Beautiful women, interest-
ing men, deep thinkers, adventurers, artists, wits,
spiritualists; all used! The Dawn Treader Book
Shop, inside Bill's Bindery, 525 E. Liberty. cFtc
SURPRISE! SURPRISE!
Will sing a message to anyone, anyplace, anytime,
anywhere. Call us, 668-7672. cF416

ARRIFLEX 16-S; two 400 ft. magazines, cases,
matte box, and shoulder brace and accessories,
$280O .-341-442after 6.21D331

SPRING HAS
SPRUNG
Get into the swing of spring with our new Lenox
pillars of pineapple, heather and hyacinth fragran-
ces. LITTLE DIPPER CANDLES, 415 N. Fifth Ave.
in Kerrytown adjacent to Farmer's Market). cF326
A FREE GAME of pin ball for the first 5 people every
Monday at Union lanes. cF326
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and enter
night club free. pcFtc
QUALITY CRAFT PERIODICALS. Our selection,
now includes CRAFT HORIZONS, GLASS
MAGAZINE, all issues of FINE WOODWORKING,
INTERWEAVE, CERAMICS MONTHLY, and SPIN-
OFF. A Periodical Retreat. 316 S. State. 663-0215.
cF331
SUPPORT/CR groups for lesbians forming. Contact
Lesbian Advocate Office, 763-4186. 3404 Michigan
Union. 16F331
SUPPORT/CR groups forming for women desiring
to explore bisexuality and lesbianism. Contact Gay
Office, 763-4186. 3404 Michigan Union. 17F331
DO YOU COME FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE and
drive a maroon-red VW Squareback? Do you know
anyone who fits this description? Contact Maine
Man, 663-1629. 06F331
LEGAL AID'S SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON YOU-
To cut costs, the University may close campus
legal aid. Vote in the student elections April 10,
11, and 12 to preserve guaranteed legal help for
all students. 05F409
THE NEXT TIME YOU HAVE AN AFFAIR, make
it formal. The Campus Tux Shop, 3382 Washtenaw,
across from Arborland. 973-9300. pcFt
CAMPUS TUX SHOP is for Lovers. The Campus
Tux Shop, 3382 Washtenaw, across from Arbor-
land, 973-9300. pcFtc
OZONE HOUSE needs you to provide temporary
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
weeks-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
Jan at 662-2222. cF416
DISSERTATION COPY SALE!
ALL COPIES 2'
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cF416
PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counselin
at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Ext. 1972. cF416
PREGNANT & NEED HELP?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
A PERIODICAL RETREAT has Ann Arbor's finest
and largest selection of literary and small press
periodicals. Our selection includesGUnMuZZLED Ox,
Antioch Review, Chicago review, Glyph, Kayak, and
much more. For a free list of our literary titles call or
write us.
Periodical Retreat
316S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104
(313) 663-0215
cF326
Cme to the organizational meeting of the Ann Arbor
Committee to overturn the Bakke Decision. Monday,
March 27 at 8:30 p.m. in the Union's Kuenzel Room.

Eric Clapton tickets for sale. 769-3604. .37Q326
$25 REWARD for pair Horowitz tickets. 764-4006.

JOBS-Barge Lines U.S. Rivers, Good pay-no ex-
perience, Men/Women. $4.00, Waterway,.Box 23915,
St. Louis, Missouri 63119. 46H401
POLITICAL ACTIVIST FULL-TIME and PART-
TIME-Michigan's Citizen's Lobby-Most
progressive and effective grass roots group in
Michigan-is now opening its new office in Ann Ar-
bor. Part-time positions involve canvassing,
petitioning and fund raising. 'three days/wk. 3-10
p.m. Full-time for summer. for interview call bet-
ween 12 and 2.66:3-6824. 2211328
BABYSITTER WANTED for 1-yr-old daughter in
our home, occasionally for older children. Some
light housekeeping, walking distance to campus.
30 hrs./week during day. After 5 p.m. call 662-
7169. 18H401
PART TIME JANITORIAL WORK-Close to cam-
pus, through summer. Call 1-878-9991 evenings before
10:00. 27H409
ARE YOU the best dressed woman on campus?
Would you Pike to be? Casual Corner, a store of
exciting contemporary fashion, is now accepting
applications. If you like fashionable clothes and
talking to people, and if retailing could be your
career, we'd like to talk with you. We offer good
starting pay, liberal employee discounts, and other
benefits. For an appointment call Ms. Osgood at
Casual Corner, Briarwood, 662-8823. 2611331
SAFETY ENGINEER for trainee position. Aetna
Life & Casualty, a multiline insurance company
seeks engineer for career position. Work involves
surveying prospective commercial and individual
accounts, making fire appraisals and assisting exist-
ing accoynts with loss control. Qualifications: tech-
nical 4 yr. college degree, some work experience
helpful. Excellent company benefits, company car
furnished. Send resume to: Personnel Coordinator,
Aetna Life & Casualty, 5800 Gratiot, Saginaw, MI
48603. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 20H330
GANDY DANCER
has openings for cooks and dishwashers. Nights only,
full or part time. Apply in person btween 3-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday. 7011329
BETH ISRAEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL now accept-
ing applications for qualified Hebrew teachers.
Call 665-9897. 30H328
EXPERIENCED KEY PUNCH OPERATORS!
Wanted for afternoon shift. Latest equipment.
Extra benefits.
Contact Mr. Huff, 769-6511, Ext. 414
97H330
TELEPHONE ANSWERERS
Must be 18, able to work Sat. and Sun. nights.
Start immediately. Apply in person at Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Pl. 11H404
MOPED AMERICA Is Coming To Ann Arbor. Get
in on the ground floor of the fun, exciting MOPED
Industry. MOPED AMERICA is looking for man-
agers, assistant managers, and full and part-time
salespeople for our Ann Arbor location. Call 1-355-
1050. 15H328
THE BLUE FROGGE is now accepting applications
for buspersons. Please apply in person, 611 Church.
14H:330
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, part-time only, no car necessary. Apply
in person only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Wash-
tenaw Place. 12H404
PROGRAM EVALUATOR for small youth service
organization. Experience essential. Reply to Box
16, Michigan Daily. 99H326
LS&A student aid position for orientation 6/11-8/11
1978. A part-time position 16 hrs./week as student
peer counselor for the LS&A counseling program. In-
terested LSA students can pick up application at 1213
Angell Hall. 763-1042. 42H326
EXCELLENT TYPIST NEEDED to work ap-
proximaiely 20 hours per week, hours flexible. Call
995-3404, ask for Penny. 312H326
MICHIGAN S'TUDENT ASSEMBLY needs in-
dividuals or groups to work at polls and ballot counts
for MSA elections April 10-12. Groups will be paid
bulk sums for volunteer work. Call 763-:3241 and leave
a message. 2211:326
CONDUCT INTERVIEWS FOR MONEY. CALL
STAGG, 761-8543, 764-1340. 5:311325i
MODELS AND CLERKS wanted. Apply in person.
215S. Fourth Ave. 668-9755. 61H404

HERITAGE-HOUSE APARTMENTS-May-August.
Modern two bedrooms, inexpensive, furnished, air-
conditioning, parking. 995-2810. 45U401
Two-bedroom apartment for summer sublet. Airy,
spacious, in old house and residential area. $220 per
month. Call 663-5009. dU329
I BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. I1 min. from Diag,
parking, laundry, Fall option. Rent negotiable. Eves.
663-4967. :34U401
MAY-AUGUST-Large .3 bedroom, 12 bath, fur-
nished, 2 minutes to campus. Across from CCRB.
Reasonable. Call anytime. 663-1832. 42U401
Roomy 2-bedrm 3-person modern apartment. Large
living room. A/C, Balcony. Drop by 1111 S. State St.
No. 9 only 5 minutes to campus. Available May
thru Aug. $150 a mo. negotiable. Call 665-0102.
dU329
MAY-AUGUST-Attractive room in funky house,
private entrance, balcony, 6 minutes from Diag.
Cheap. David, 994-6346. 32U:328
FREE PIZZA IF YOU SUMMER SUBLET, Bi-level.
Rent 1 or 2 bedrooms. 994-6186. 38U3:31
"COOL OUT" this sunmer with A.C.. and Dooley's
right out your back door. Modern eff. $175 neg.
Call 995-3072 persistently. dU328
SPRING SUBLET-May 1-July 1. Pool, air condi-
tioned. Near U-M Hospital. 994-0623 after 5. 25U328
May-Aug. sublet. Two-bedroom modern apartment
with free parking and at an excellent location (cor-
ner of Church and Oakland). Rent negotiable. Fall
option available if you call by April 2. 995-938Q.
dU33O
OWN ROOM in two bedroom apt. May-August.
On campus. $75/mo. 662-4949. 09U328
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET. FEMALE TO SHARE 2
BEDROOM BI-LEVEL FURNISHED APART-
MENT, A/C, 1316 GEDDES, OPPOSITE CENTRAL
RECREATION BUILDING. RENT NEGOTIABLE.
663-6100. 95U328
Campus Area
Sublet Service
A free service to assist
our tenants
Complete selection of furnished summer apartments
from one to five bedrooms in modern bldgs. and
older houses. Central Campus and, Medical Center
locations.

WOMAN TO SHARE home on Old West Side. Non-
Smoker. 663-5797, call between 11 and 4. 96Y326
NON-SMOKING female roommates needed to share
nice apt. Close to campus. Next fall with two seniors.
994-3247. 59Y329

Single for female in large beautiful Apt. Sunny, with
backyard, laundry. Free parking, all utilities paid.
Cheap! 668-7386. 94U329
Own room in tri-level apartment. Female, non-
smoker, May-August. Carriage House Apartmen-
ts-2 block from campus, parking. $95/month. 663-
2109. 93U326
CHEAP
,May to Sept. Own furnished room in Burns Park, 5
minutes from the Union. Color TV, stereo, big yard,
garden space, patio cafe, pets welcome, off street
parking, country kitchen, and more. Call 994-5635 or
668-0529 after 5 p.m. and very late, persistently.
74U326
One bedroom of two bedroom modern apar-
tment/May to August. 1-2 people, free parking, laun-
dryfacilities, excellent location, rent negotiable. 662-
1459. 86U326
SPRING SUBLET. Woman to share 2 bedroom apt.
663-6184. 49U328
Summer Sublet-2 bedroom, furnished, laundry,
parking, a/c, $200/mo. May FREE. Avail. mid-May
Aug. Call 663-7041. 79U329
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, may-August ./
BLOCK FROM CAMPUS ON Tappan Street, $165,
663-8047. 56U326
MUSICA L MDSE.,'
R ADIOS, REPA IRS
USED IIAGSTROM semi-hollow body guitar
Swedish made. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. pcXtc
SONY REEL-TO-REEL QUAD with tapes, $325.
665-2693. 44X328
B & 0 1900 TURNTABLE with MMC 5000 Shibata
cartridge. Great Shape! 662-2099 (John). 07X326,
USED GRAND PIANO, good shape and sound.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cXte
USED MARTIN, good shape. Call Don, 761-9431.
-xt-
Flute de Ford Sterling Silver open hole flute. $290.

SECOND SERVE DISCOUNT
RAQUET BALL AND TENNIS SHOES
406 E. LIBERTY
663-6771
CW~c

stop by or call:
Campus Rentals-
1335 S. University
665-8825
cUte
Sublet May-August. One bedroom, free parking, rent
negotiable. Hill and division area. Call 993-0795 early
evening. 78U326
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment, to take over
lease May 1. Fall option. 5 minutes from campus.
Fireplace. Price negotiable. Call 665-7205 after 5:30.
64U326
1-2 Female roommates wanted. $85/month. May-
August 662-6229 69U331
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE,
RO0K S PL A TA S IT U
A T - C T O B I T S N U G
T H E H E A V E N O F E A C H
S 0 L O N E L E M 1 C K S
B A LLET LOCATI N G
P P L
N O V A I S BUT S A V E
G R I E F P O S I T T E A
STAR L E S S R0 B E R T
T O U R H O P E
WA H T E E O .
C W H T H D E R E
E O N S N E E D S S E E M
DOUS E T 7 E AT TO0N E

Rooms for rent in fraternity house for spring-sum-
mer and fall. 5 minutes from campus. Call 995-4235.
39C331 l
S-ANTSSOUCI t
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
available for fall occupancy. Apartment includes
heat, free parking, and a large balcony or patio.
Located across from the University of Michigan
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
daily.
CALL 994-3955
Or visit the resident manager at
1036 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Apt. K1.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company '
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HOUSE-CAMPUS,
HOSPITAL AREA
Unfurnished, :3-bedrooms, separate dining room,
modern appliances, full ceramic bath, large fenced
yard and garage. Fall '78 occupancy. For appoint-
ment call W6-6906 or 663-3641. ectc

Just for the
health of it.
Get moving, America!
,arch 1-7 I'll"is
,ational - ys'c-
Physical Education Public information
American Alliance for Health
Physical Education and Recreation
1201 16th St N W . Washington D C 20036

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
O@1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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MEIRCHl SEILE
15% OFF
ALL GALLERY PRINTS
AND
CUSTOM FRAMING
MARCH 1st-MARCH 31st
Borders 7Book
Shop Gallery
.4323 S.STATE 668-7652

MAKE LOVE. -NOT WAR
( It's good for our business )
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
" DISSERTATIONS
" BOOKS
" ARTICLES
" PAPERS
RUTH GLADSTONE-769-2931
cFtc
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80-acre Wildlife Preserve near Chelsea-Swimming,
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. All-year mem-
bership $50/adult; children free. Brochure from
Blood's, 2005 Penncraft, Ann Arbor, 48103. 95F416

THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
SPECIAL ON TYPING PAPERS FOR,
THE MONTH OF APRIL
812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc
TYPING-IBM Selectric, accurate, fast. Reason-
able rates. Call Isabel, 973-9618 after 1::30 p.m.
cJ416
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286, 24 hours. cJtc
Professional direction-theses papers. 557-2755. cJtc
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, term
papers. Rackham Quality guaranteed.

ACROSS
1 Shiny mineral
5 Run before
the wind
9 Uneven
13 First word of
the Aeneid
14 Eleazar's father
16 Alaskan cape
17 Le Carre opus:
Phrase
20 Missing person,
of a sort
21 London landmark
22 Sounds of
surprise
23 Less tanned
24 Snug harbors
26 Phaeton
29 Flutter'
30 Stocking
31 Baton Rouge cam-
pus, for short
32 River rising
in Silesia
33 Coin of Iraq
34 Old-time weapon
35 Timetable abbr.
36 Evergreen
37 Legal tender in
Toledo
38 Disembarks,
modern style

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abbr.
43 Baked
44 Song of praise
48 Delicacy, to
some: Phrase
50 Not exposed to
the wind
51 Factotum
52 Standard of
quantity
53 .Make tidy,
old style
54 quid (being
thus): Lat.
55 Misplace
DOWN
1- Camara's cousin
2 Arith. homework
item
3 Biblical prophet
4 the coals
5 World-famous
coffee port
6 Baskets of a sort
7 Plead with
8 U.S. currency
9 Reply
10 First grade,
perhaps

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"What does he
see .
Lawmaker
Kind of bear
Skeleton
organization
Too too dear
Talking birds
Scene of a
British social
event
Regrets
Blue dye
Broods of
pheasants
Stripped
Clement
Beast of burden
Places sentries
Frolicked
Get by trickery:
Colloq.
Posts
Office item
Men of figures
Recent: Prefix
Certain neckwear
Feminine suffix
Average
John or Jane
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662-6401

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BOARD FOR
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
ELECTION
(held with MSA Election)
ONE STUDENT MEMBERSHIP OPEN
SAA..c anrn ll iiandprnrard studeint

JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York featured alto sax
solosit with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ned Mann
bass, Kevin Gibbs piano and Kenneth Bolds former
drummer five years with Lionel Hampton rlrums at
the University Club cocktail lounge each Friday and
Saturday evening 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. throughout the
Fall. No cover charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess. cFtc
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/
IMPROVISATIONAL DANCE WORKSHOP
all day Saturday, April first. No experience neces-
sary. $20. Margaret and Bob Blood, 769-0046. 35F331
JUNIORS
Don't be left out of your 1979 MICHIGANENSIAN
Yearbook!
Sign up for your portrait appointment TODAY
by calling 764-0561, weekdays from 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
Or stop by our office at 420 Maynard (next to SAB

GRADUATE STUDENTS looking for one bdrm.
apts. or efficiencies for fall near central campus
for approximately $150-$230. 665-7495. 02L327
Clean, quiet, lab. tech. wants apt. with garden space
in quiet area. 663-2390_ . 88L328
USED CA RS
METALLIC BLUE Vega Wagon '77. Perfect con-
dition, 5-year engine warranty, rust-proofed,
automatic, 5,000 miles, AM radio, $3300. 973-0535.
47N401
1965 PONTIAC-Reliable-needs brakelining. New
battery, $250. 662-5458. 19N328
TOYOTA CORONA "72"
4 door, 4 speed, rear window defroster, AM radio.
764-9328 days, 665-3055 evenings. -Judy. 34N326
1971 BUICK GRAN SPORT 350 AUTO CC NEW
PAINT, EXTRA RADIALS. MUS.T SELL. 662-8952.
$1645. 45N326
1965 Pontiac-Reliable-needs brakelinings. New
battery, 662-5458. 19N328

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