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SUMMER SUBLET-2 BEDROOM APARTMENT,
WANT TO SPENIj this summer SAILING the Carib- ALL AMENITIES AND LUXURIES YOU WANT
bean? The Paciffc? Curising other parts of the AT LOW RENT! 2 SHORT BLOCKS FROM CAM-
world aboard sailing or power yachts? Boat owners PUS. 406 PACKARD, NO. 312. CALL 769-0352 OR
need crews! For free information, send a 13t 763-3116. FOR MICHAEL. 99U416
stamp to Skoko, box 20855, Houston, Texas 77025.
94P416 SUMMER Sublet w/possible fall option. 1 bedroom

n

FREE LUXURY WORLD TRAVEL. Simple For-
mula! $3. Wayfarers; Box 398MD; Allenspark,
- - -.l Alma

BLUE COAT FOUND on Diag
4/12.764-4820, Glen.,

night, THE STORAGE CHES
dA416 RV. Storage. 634443.

-Seu Sorage and outside
38C416"

CAT FOUND-Young pure white male with flea
collar on Diag evening of April 12. Call 665-2648
or 994-3084. dA416
.DOG FOUND on corner of State and Packard
4/9/78. Contact Pam, 662-4969. dA415
STUDENT I.D. FOUND-Martha Susan Gibson. Call

FOR SALE!! Box springs and mattresses. .rystal
House Hotel, 3250 Washtenaw, 971-1100. 31B416
SPECIAL APT. available for immediate occupancy.
'Call- 394-3955 or see resident manager at 1034 S.
Main,-Apt. K-1. cB416
SOFT HOUSE-2 person, Coleman backpacking tent
-ideal for your summer camping fun! $75 nego.
Rich, 665-7129. dB416
GAS STOVE, three years old, copper, $90. 1108 East
University. 83B415
TWO BACKPACKS for sale. One internal frame,
one external frame. Phil; 663-1437. 03B416

e SUBLET
AVAILABLE MAY I-AUG.
Furnished apartments
Large 2 bedroom
Modern building
k Parking
Air conditioning
Disposals
CALL 6684906
cCtc
2 BEDROOM Modern furnished apartments.
Parking, laundry facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham
Building. Fall occupancy $300/month, includes heat
and water. 663-4101.
Campus Management, Inc.
cCt"
4 single rooms in group house. Modern conveniences.
Corner Church and Hill. $70/month or best offer. 665-
6362. 79C415
Modern 2 Bedroom Apartment
Furnished 2 or 3 person apt. 11 blocks to the Diag,
separate kitchen with dining area, parking, laundry
. facilities, a/c, fall occupancy.
Campus Management
662-7787
cC416
FOR RENT-1 bedroom apartment, north lit studio
space, spacious. July, August, Fall option. 994-5850.
64C416
ROOMMATES NEEDED in co-ed house. Two single
rooms available. Call 764-1020 or 764-8791. 24C415
SPRING/SUMMER Openings-North Campus Co-
ops. Cheapest singles, doubles, board anywhere.
Rec., laundry facilities, nice location, friendly
people. Call 663-5909. dC415
ON AND TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments,
available for fail in older home, 1 block from
Rackham Building. Laundry facilities, parking. 663-
4101. cCtc
BEFORE YOU SUBLET
CHECK OUT LOW RATES
-SHORT TERM SUMMER LEASES
-AIR CONDITIONED
-HEATED POOL
-MANY OTHER EXTRAS
AT
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
536S. FOREST 761-2680
cctc
CAMPUS Furnished Apts. for rent-Efficiencv-E.
Madison, $190. 1 & 2 bedroom apts.-N. Thayer,
$240 & $340. All plus electricity. No pets. May!
Year lease. Call 663-5609. dC416
CAMPUS-Furnished apts. fr rent-Efficiency-E.
Madison, $190. 1 & 2 bedroom apts.-N. Thayer,
$240 & $340. All plus Electricity. No pets, May 1,
yr. lease. Call 663-5609. 06C416
CAMPUS-o bedroom houses on Packard & E.
Madison. To be redecorated. No pets. May 3, yr.
lease. C11663-5609. 09C416
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

24 HOURS EVERY DAY PHONE 663-5366 for the
current ENERGY LINE MESSAGE. You can also
broadcast YOUR MESSAGE. cF416
SCIENCE AND BUDDHISM. Free public talk by
Newcomb Greenleaf. Friday, April 14, 8 p.m., Room
D, Michigan"League. 19F415
Official 1978 A'
HASH BASH POSTER
depicting the goddess of the evil weed. Printed on
heavy paper, 8x10, and sent unfolded. For your
souvenir collector's item send $1.00 cash to River
Graphics, 122 W. Washington, Ann Arbor, 48104.
66F416
You know WHAT we are-do you know WHERE
we are? A Periodical Retreat is located on State
Street at North University. We are across the
street from Kresge's, renting space in the back of
Charing Cross Bookshop. If you can't find us, give
us a call at 663-0215. cFtc
76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone
numbers, events, and movies call 764-1817, for
student phone numbers call 764-2330. cF416
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
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%t
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cF416

MALE CuuNSLO positions availabe for a
summer day camp in a north Chicago suburb. 21
years or older. Write to Circle M. Day Camp, 1028
Greenwood, Evanston, IL 60201. 42H416
STUDENTS-ULRICH'S now accepting applications
for fall book rush. If you have crisped, stop in
and check out our time schedule. 43H416
DIRECTOR of Program Development. Must have
managerial experience and grant writing experi-
ence. Demonstrated aptitude in nurturing citizen
leadership. Develop work programs for neighbor-
hood oriented projects. Proficient in all accounting
procedures. Bachelor's degree desirable. Salary to
$16;500 plus fringers. Resume and references by
April 21, 1978 to CWAC Corporation, 2109 Ashland
Avenue, Toledo, Ohio, Attn. E. Rapino. 54H416
EXCELLENT WORK/STUDY OPPORTUNITY for
student with full-time work/study Spring-Summer
grant. Particularly good experience for pre-med,
biology, or social science students. Participate in all
aspects of research projects on cerebral hemi-
spheres and biofeedback. Skills in statistics and
computers will be useful. Call Pat Blackmer, Psyo-
physiololgy Clinic, Dept. of Psychiatry, 763-0115.
82H415
TEACHERS-Jewish Cultural School, a secular
Sunday school, for children ages 5-14, is interview-
ing applicants for fall teaching positions. Contact
Elaine Humann at 665-3592. 45H416
NEED PERSON full-time May-August to work as
Advisor in off-campus housing office, 1011 SAB
(U-M). Knowledgeable of Ann Arbor housing and
landlord/tenant rights preferable. Graduate student
strongly preferred. Contact work-study office or
housing, 763-4104 or RSG, 763-5271. 68H416
BABYSITTER REQUIRED for spring term M.W.F.T
8:30-10:30 a.m. Previous experience necessary.
Call 769-7656 before 10:30 a m. or after 4 p.m. Rates
negotiable. 65H416
TYPIST, PART-TIME, Must be good speller. Type
65 words per minute accurately. Hours are flexible.
Call Eclipse, 761-1170. 78H416
MATURE, HARD-WORKING COUPLE with flex-
ible schedule for part-time resident assistant man-
ager's position at local mini-warehouse. Call for
appointment. 973-2057. Not Thurs. or Sat. 62H416
SUMMER CAMP STAFF, JUNE 18-AUGUST 4.
ALL POSITIONS ARE OPEN. FOR MORE IN-
FORMATION AND APPLICATION CONTACT
G.S.S.S., 1635 N. IRONWOOD DRIVE, SOUTH
BEND, IN. 46635. 92H415

SIAMESE CATS-11/ years old. Sealpoint. Spayed.
As aw pair or individually. FREE to good home.
668-8754 anytime. 83T416
NEED GOOD HOME for Golden/Shepherd. 994-
sm.n 63T416

apt. in older nome, very clean, pets, parking;
furnished, linens and dishes supplied if needed.
523 Packard. 665-2924 or 6624713. 52U416
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Female needed for
one bedroom in 6 bedroom bi-level apt. Corner S.
Forest & Oakland. 5 min. from C. campus. Price
negot. Please! Call 764-3833, Terri. - 50U416-
SUBLET AN EFFICIENCY. May through August,
air conditioned, utilities paid, laundry facilities in
basement, garbage disposal. Two minutes from
central campus. Excellent management. Rent
negotiable. Call Chris, 665-5780. 75U416
HELP! I am transferring and I need one or two
females to take over my lease. Forest Terrace
Apartments with two other females. Close to cam-
pus. Call 764-3838,763-2947, or 764-1858. 48Y416
WOMAN writing disst. needs QUIET, unfurn. room
with kitchen priv., non-smoker, no pets, starting
May 4 to June 23. Margie, 994-0509. 80Y416
ALBERT TERRACE FALL LEASE. Two male
roommates to share room. Upperclass or graduate
students preferred. Non-smokers only. Free park-
ing. $113/mo. Ray or Tom, 663-1448 evenings. 69Y416
HAVE OWNROOM-GREAT HOUSE, location and
landlord. Female space open. Must like plants!
Co-ed May to May. 994-0107. dY416.
OLDER, SERIOUS, very straight female graduate
student wants to share a beautiful two-bedroom
apartment, near Med Center. $100 month. Call,665-
9352. 67Y416

Or visit the resident managerat
1036 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Apt. Ki.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company

CU-

LOOKING FOR SOMEONE to buy my apartment
lease from Sept. '78-Aug. '79. 2 bedrooms. $305 a
month, located 415 Hoover. Call 764-4611. 55C416
SPRING-SUMMER RENTALS
Efficiency, one, two bedroom apartments and
llouses are available for rentals. Stop in and 'pick
' up a copy of our listings. McKinley Properties
'Campus Division, 611 Church. 769-8520. 61C416
The Highlands
Located on North 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
ROOMS IN PRIVATE HOME-May 1-Aug. 31.
Starting at $19/week or $60/month. Cleaning, linens,
refrigerator furnished. No cooking. 662-9806. 61C416
-ONE BEDROOM apartment. On campus. Available
May 13.665-0800. 06C416

OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK-769-0560
1218 S. University

UNUSUAL SUMMER JOB
Small, seaside work camp for teens on Cape Breton
Island, Nova Scotia. Needs qualified young adult
(20 years or older) with taste for active, outdoor
life. Usefull skills-carpentry or auto mechanics.
Call Mike Sherraden, Ann Arbor-663-6053, evenings.
,+ 43H416

FRIEND. LAKE COMMUNITY
80-acre Wildlife Preserve near Chelsea-Swimming
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. All-year mem-
bership $50/adult; children free. Brochure fron
Blood's, 2005 Penncraft, Ann Arbor, 48103. 95F416

AIR CONDITIONED, North Campus, unfurnished,
May-June sublet, Fall option. 2 bedrooms, carpeted,
swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball. Open
spaces. Very nice, clean, quiet. $80/person or offer.,
665-3395. 60U416
LARGE SUNNY ROOM in house. Free parking,
laundry, across from Law Quad & Business school.
662-5400. 57U416
SMALL SPACE in on-campus studio/loft. Available
May thru August. $50/month. 994-5446 or 665-9358.
58U416
EFFICIENCY-Large, quiet, furn., Forest St., May
14-Aug. 26, $100/mo. 668-7367 eves. 61U416
SYBIL'S CORNER! Two porch, summertime
house! One double; $60 each. Two adjoining bed-
rooms, $75 and $65. 426 Hill. Call 995-3665. 63U416
FALL LEASE OFFERED-Modern, two bedroom
apartment. Reasonable price. 5 minutes from cam-
pus. 764-6989. 62U416
SUBLET Spring-Summer-2 bedroom, spacious,
fully furnished, laundry, parking, negotiable. 663-
1882. 64U416
SUBLET MAY-AUGUST. One room in apt. Fur-
nished, carpeting, a/c, close to Rackham, hospital.
Price negotiable. Call Steve, 761-4772. 72U416
SUMMER SUBLET JULY & AUGUST ONLY-Air
conditioning, 2 bedroom, spacious apartment,
fantastic location, 715 Church, Apt. No. 10. 2 minutes
campus and CCRB. 663-4574. 08U416
SUBLET! BEDROOM in three bedroom house.
Quiet scenic location. Very negotiable. Dave,
662-6378. 81U416
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-2 bedroom apt. A/C,
dishwaser, laundry, great furniture. Close to arb,
CCRB, campus. Rent negotiable. 1333 Wilmot, A-1.
663-2606. 73U416
SUBLET-May-Aug-1 ROOM in 2 bedroom apt.
Furnished, near campus and Med Center. Reason-
able price. 662-1548. 71U416
DOWNTOWN CAMPUS AREA-I bedroom apt. in
quiet house-big enough for two. Negotiable. 995-
4703. 70U416
SOUTH FOREST-Modrn 2 bedroom bi-level, a/c,
dishwasher, furnished, 4 beds, flexible arrange-
ments. 995-0746. 66U416
THOSE INTERESTED in July-August 2 bedroom
apt., call 764-4804, or 764-4813. 46U416
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to take over lease
for all or part Spring-Sum. Optional 12 month fall
lease. Room in well kept house apt. Very nego-
tiable! 665-7399,663-8657. 76U416
RENT ME!
I'm a large, luxurious, modern apt: on campus.
One bedroom in two bedroom bi-level with A/C,
balcony, dishwasher, furnished and fully carpeted.
Comes with stereo, equipped kitchen, and great
roommate. Call persistently, especially evenings,
995-4041. 44U416
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET. Four person, two
bedroom apt., a/c, close to campus. 715 Church,
No. 10.663-4574. 79U416
SUBLET HEAVEN! This apt. has everything you
never thought you could find. All the modern con-
veniences, parking, walk-in closet, and plenty of
windows. Taker will share apt, with 2-3 other
people. This is an inexpensive place that is cer-
tainly worth more! Call 662-6421, Randy for more
info.on this apt. with an excellent location. dU416
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET. One bedroom in 2-bed-
room modern apt. Outside terrace, dishwasher,
a/c, 2 blocks from free tennis,' basketball, field.
10 min. to campus or free bus service. Great room-
mates. Rent negot. 995-4985. 47U416
May 1-Aug. 30REASONABLE-Own furnished room
modern apartment. 2 blocks to campus. AC, laundry
room fifth floor view. Call Tom, 663-4942. 69U415

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LOWEST
COST
COPYING
* STAPLING
* COLLATING
" COLORS. LABELS, FULL SERVICES
" QUALITY BOND PAPER COPIES.
ANN ARBOR'S LOWEST COURSE PACK PRICES
COPYMILL
LOW COST COPYING
(near Jason's and Olga's)
662-3969
cFtc
READY FOR CRISP? Don't Gamble with your
classes. Check out course evaluations in your school,
college, or department. , 60F416
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
9ffshore Yacht Racing: 3 berths on / ton for Lake
St. Clair & Mackinaw. Experience required. Call
Mary. 1-647-4632. 02F415

WORK/STUDY STUDENT wanted to wash dishes,
sterilize glassware. Some laboratory experience
helpful. 15 hours/week. 764-1563. 26H415
COUNSELORS for Gifted Student Institute. July
9-22, 1978. Responsibilities include: Supervision of
students; teaching daily seminar in psychology,
computers, creative writing or photography. Salary
plus room and board. Submit letter of application
to Michigan Daily, Box 1. 65H416'
NEED A SUMMER JOB? Need to make some
money? Call 994-4309 to set up an appointment for
an interview. 67H416
PRODUCTION COMPANY looking for songwriters.
Particularly need television jingles. Send tape or
correspondence to P.O. Box 8005, Ann Arbor, Mi.
44H503
TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES OVERSEAS'!
If you are interested in high income, travel, and
international friendship, teaching overseas is the
thing for you to do. The new TEACHERS' GUIDE
TO OVERSEAS TEACHING lists over 1000 English-
speaking school and colleges in over 160 foreign
countries where American and Canadian educators
may apply for employment. Many overseas schools
do not require previous teaching experience or
certification. For further details, write to: Director
of Overseas Teaching, P.O. Box 2748, La Jolla,
CA 92038. 54H415

335E. HURON
9-5 WEEKDAYS , 10-2 SAT.

1 bedroom apt. Furnished room with kitchen
privileges. 483-3795, 482-7329. 60U416
MAY-AUG. SUBLET. 1 Bdrm in 2-Bdrm. Apt.
for 1 or 2 females. A/C, dishwasher, laundryroom.
Price negot. 995-2936. 25U416
SUBLET ALBERT TERRACE-2 bedrooms, A/C,
near Arb. 995-3786. 29U506
MAY-AUG. (or May-July)
2-bedroom modern apartment, furnished, a/c, d/w,
free parking, FREE CABLE TV hookup, near I.M.
building, bus route, VERY, VERY CHEAP. Call per-
sistently 995-4704. 30U416
JULY-AUGUST-Own room in apartment in com-
modious house. GREAT location. State and Packard.
Front porch. Yard. Cheap. 668-6402. 35U416
SUNNY, SPACIOUS one bedroom apartment. Close
to campus and CCRBs A/C, laundry, parking,
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SUMMER & FALL RENT-Central Campus Area-
Modern, furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apartments with
air-cond., balcony, disposal, and laundry. Free park-
ing. Call owner, Mr. Nam, at 662-0351, evenings.
. 01C416
NOW RENTING
Single, double rooms in a Jewish student center. 995-
3276, 769-3078. 94C416
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
Thompson Apartments
Located on Central Campus
Efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished apart-
ments available for fall occupancy: Attractive
modern building and furnishings. Includes la-mdry
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
eCtc
FALL RENTALS-2 & 3 bedroom apartments, fur-
nished, balcony, parking, laundry. 1000 Oakland.
663-7829. 30C416
C MAY-AUGUST
CLEAN FURNISHED ROOM IN HOUSE ON
w GEDDES AND OBSERVATORY. CALL 668-6906.
cCtei
r SPRING-SUMMER 1978
We are currently leasing efficiency and one-bedroom
apartments for Spring/Summer. Each unit is fur-
nished and located in a modern building. Please
call for more information. Dahlmann Apts., Ltd.,
543 Church St. 761-7600. eCtc
"Distinctive Living"
E; with
MODERN
APARTMENTS
Now accepting applications for Fall 78 rental
Featuring
* On & Off Campus Locations
" Security Systems
* Furnished
. *Heat & Water Paid
" Air Conditioned
* Disposals
R Laundry Room
" Storage
" Balcony
* Parking
For best selection/call now ! !
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc
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. eCtc

TRIAINQUILIZERS BY MA IIL~!
NO PRESCRIPTION NEEDED...
Relax your mind. Study better. Sleep sounder.'
Free information: Institute of Pharmaceutical
Research, 1105 Dorman, Ann Arbor 48103. 74F416
TIRED OF PAYING RENT? 2 person backpacking
tent, free standing, Coleman, 5 minute setup. Only
$75 (nego.). Rich, 665-7129. dF416
THERE IS STILL TIME to order your 1978 MICH-
IGANENSIAN. Order forms are available at our
offices, 420 Maynard (next to s.a.b.). don't be left
without your copy of the Yearbook! dF416
$30 PAID TO RESEARCH SUBJECTS. Normal,
non-overweight subjects, male, age 25-50, are needed
for a 2-day (5 hr./day) out-patient study of blood fat
metabolism. Subject should have negative family
history of diabetes and of pre-mature (onset before
age 60) coronary heart disease. Contact: Hyper-
tension Division, U-Michigan, 763-5492, weekdays
between 8:30-11:30 a.m. 40F416
BIG 3-BEDROOM HOUSE
For Spring-Summer sublet. Price negotiable
(cheap). 2-story, large kitchen, sunporch, single
bedrooms, huge living and dining rooms. Close to
campus-behind Rackham. Call persistently 663-
2990 and ask for Betty or 764-5993. dF416
FIND NEW FRIENDS. Beautiful women, interest:
ingmen, 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
NAROPA INSTITUTE REPRESENTATIVE avail-
able for interviews, Friday, April 14. Call 764-7456.
18F415
THE HOPWOOD room hosts a poetry reading. Two
published poets will read.poems written by children
and adolescents in psychiatric hospitals. The writing
is moving-powerful-delightful. Wednesday,
April 19, 7:30 p.m., Hopwood Room, 1006 Angell
Hall, U. of M. 89F416
CAMPUS TUX SHOP is for Lovers. The Campus
Tux Shop, 3382 Washtenaw, across from Arborland,
973-9300. pcFtc
DANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the SOUND INVESTMENT. Stew Cunningham
presents "The All About Love Show." Noel Cuin-
ningham on piano, Bruce Dondero bass, Paul Vorn-
hagen tenor and alto saxes, flute, Lonnie Jackson on
drums, Stew Cunningham vocals and MC. Special
guest attractions every week. At the University
Club cocktail lounge each Friday and Saturday eve-
ning 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. No cover charge, free trial
membership available from the hostess. Welcome
poets, ventriloquists, dancers, etc. Come do your
thing between sets. cFtc
OFFSHORE YACHT RACING-3 berths on % ton
for Lake St, Clair & Mackinaw. Experience r'
quired. Call Mary, 1-647-4632. 02F415
CRISP AND CASUAL, We know about both! U-M
Stylists at the Union. cF415

PASSOVER
CALL NOW
To place your reservations for the most joyful
Passover Seder in a warm atmosphere at the Chabad
House. 995-3276,769-3078. p37F416
OPENINGS ARE STILL AVAILABLE for Sarah
Lawrence, Michigan Summer Program in London
-June 20-Aug. 10. Courses in Literature, Archi-
tecture and Politics. Trips to Stratford, Cambridge,
elsewhere. Meet for coffee with Professor Jensen,
program director, in the Office of Study Abroad,
5208 Angell Hall, Tuesday, April 18, 12-1:30 p.m. or
call 764-4489 for moreinformation. 27F416
EGO: EAST AND WEST. WORKSHOP!
With Newcomb Greenleaf. 1420 Hill St., 9 a.m.-6
p.m., Saturday, April 15. $15. Call 994-6657. 20F415

BABYSITTER-Loving, energetic, experiended
person wanted for toddler. Sept. '78-June '79; Mon.-
Fri., 8:00-4:00. Prefer our home, with outings. Ref-
erences. May bring own child. No smoking. 663-
4485. 47H503
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-Local Home Improve-
ment Contractor and manufacturer of pick-up truck
campers. Experience with hand tools and construc-
tion methods helpful, but not necessary. Work avail-
able immediately upon completion of classes. Call
769-7330. 34H415
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year-round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-
$1200 monthly, expenses paid, sightseeing. Free
information-Write: BHP Co., Box 4490, Dept. 13,
Berkeley, CA 94704. 71H524
HELP WANTED-The University Cellar will be
accepting applications for fall book rush 1978, from
April 4th-April 21,-1978. Further info and/or applica-
tion available at the info desk in the rear of the
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1 Relig. gp.
5 Part of a cap
9 City in Saudi
Arabia
14 Kitchen need,
Mexican style
15 "When in-..."
16 Recognized
principle
17 Fly
18 Look-
19 Cape, western-
most point
of Africa
20 Curtain material
22 Jet pump for fuel
24 Certain writings
26 River into the
[ellow Sea
27 Up to now
29 Quotes
32 Almost too late
35 Sunday sounds
37 Chemical suffic
38 Guiding spirits
40 Not have a-
41 Shrivel with heat
44 Make explana-
tory marks
47 Wide-awake

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49 Part of a exam: il
Abbr.
51 In that place
55 Gains 2
59 City on the z
Rio Grande 2
60 Musical type2
(with "the") 3
61 Labor gp. 3
63 And other places: 3
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64 Discontinue
65 Belgrade name $
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67 Kinds 3
68 Summit
69 Ever 4

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U.S. or Canad.
citizen
Pace
Toy: Phrase
Alike
French historian
Opera role
Aperture
Pronoun
South American

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2 Friendly greeting
3 Fold
4 Sully
5 Professional
athlete
6 A thousand ages
7 Un ami-
8 Man's nickname
9 Spear
10 Carry put
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Girl of song
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Petition
Certain vacations
City S. of Moscow
Firework
Opera role
Dined
Novelist Singer
prosequi
Simplest elements
Queenly role
Periodical of a
type: Abbr.
Pillow cover
Hwy. abbr.
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