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OUND-Female black kitten. N. State-
uller area. 663-4645. dA917
OST-Medium size black and white
at. The Hill, E. University area. Call
5-5004. ,,50A9W6
ARGE BROWN DOG - Shepherd-Re-
riever, male, wearipg red colla, cloth
ash, no tags. Much missed by sad boy.
4-3109 67A915
'OUND-Female orange tiger kitten.:
University/Linden area. Call 995-
823. dA915

KAWASAKI 500 Mach I 1969 classic,
very goodcondition.994-6105. 18B916

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Partial-
ly furnished 8-room, 2-bath, eat-in
kitchen, no pets, references, lease, de-
posit. $700 plus utilities. 665-1912, per-
sistently. 99C92;
NEWLY REMODELED APARTMENT
-Two floors, three bedrooms, two
studies, living and dining. In Farmer's
Market area. No pets. $450. 668-7580
between 6 and 10 p.m. 04C922

MORE TO OFFER WOMEN Student
Co-ops. Friends, sharing, working to-
gether to save. Call/visit InterCoopera-
tive Council, 46002 Michigan Union. 662-
4414. 80E917
OPENINGS available immediately for
boarders (with or without meal con-
tract) at Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity,
707 Oxford at Hill. Full or half year.
Call 761-5950 for more information.
74E918
GOOD FOOD
Good people, free washer and dryer,
cable TV, 24-hour snack privileges.
Borders wanted at Nakamura Co-op,
807 South State. 761-6683 or 84. Call for
a

UG, CkAIR AND I
493, eves.
MITH CORONA elec
ike new! $80. Contac
jawyer's Club.

RICKS. Call 665- APARTMENT. 1 bedroom, furnished,
07B916 large living room, large dining room,
kitchen, bath, one-car garage, no pets,
tric typewriter, lease deposit, references, $275 includes
t P. Metzer at utilities. Suitable for married grad
96B916 couple. 662-1912, afternoons. 98C920

FREE TRIAL MEAL

27E918

PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. cFtc
MALE STUDENT, mid-20's, single,
friendly, nice looking, interesting per-
sonality, good sense of humor, wants
new female friends. Please reply to
The Michigan Daily, Box 17. 00F917
THE DISTINCTION of being South U's
only drugstore belongs to the Village
Apothecry, 1112S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
- there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cF c
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc

PART-TIME
SALESCLERK
$2.75 per hour, plus commissions. Apply
in person, 217S. Fourth Ave. 28H915

RNS AND LPN's
Veterans Administration Hospital, Ann
Arbor, Michigan has positions for reg-
istered and licensed practical nurses in
med-surgery and ICU. These are per-
manent positions with full civil service
benefits. Starting salary for RN's is
from $10,716-$17,056. Starting salary for
LPN's is from $9,384-$10,543. Ten per
tent shift differential is paid for after-
noon and midnight shifts. For an inter-
view contact Mr. Norman Eaton, 313-
769-7100, ext. 231. An equal opportunity
employer. .;41H922

BEGINNING PO'ERY ULA55**~
Private studio-West side location-be-
ginningnextweek.69-0245. 22M91
WANTED TO RENT-Parking space
Fall term, University Hospital area.
Call 662-1634. 62M918
O ADBOARD
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - Eat
at Friends International Cooperative
meals, conversation, volleyball and
more. Primarily graduate students.
1414 Hill St. 761 -7435. 22E913

CABINE~T-Cupboard-style, gold metal,
$24. Other assor d-household items,
Call 995-3862 persistently.. 79B922
VIARTIN GUITAR. Excellent condi-
{ion, must sell. Call 7646073 'persis-
tently. Ask for Ted. 71B921
SMITH CORONA cartridge typewriter'
-Excellent condition. Call-after 4 p.m.,.
663-0661. Best offer. 58B917
20 FT. LONG shredded foam stuffed
'snake." Casual lounging furniture.
$240 value. Asking $160 or best offer.
p68-7417. .60B916
)'OR SALE-Double bed, $40. Call 665-
4772. 63B917
cu. ft. refrigerator frocking chair, 2
piece couch with wicker siding, port-
able stereo, 10 x 12 ft. rug, double
nattress. 665-2332. 64B918
ROYAL PORTABLE w/case. Recently
cleaned and reconditioned. $35. Call
662-4736. dB
OPEL GT - Good value, mechanically
solid. $600 or best offer. Call John at
764-7410. . 80B916
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Student-used furniture, desks, beds,
couches, household goods,, antiques,
collectibles and much miscellaneous.
a ver 46,000 sq. ft. 214 1i. Michigah at
Park, downtown Ypsilanti, 6 p.m.-10
p.m. Fri.; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. and Sun.
74B925
69 VW BUG - 84,{0 miles, one owner,
snow tires, body good. Call 769-3751,
k after 6 and weekends. 71B916
QM LENS. Peritax super takumar
F4.5, 70-150 millmeteT, filter, cap, hood.
and case. Like new, $200.668-8761. B9
93B915
FOR SALE,- Hoover portable
washer with spfn-dryer.. Excellent con-
dition. $150. 769-7272. 95B9131

TYPING -?Professional/student rates.
Fast, reliable service. Ask for Bar-
bara. 665-4286.24 hours. cJtc

CAMPUS, furnished, 4 rooms, bath,
kitchen,'lease, deposit, references, no
pets. $625, includes utilities. 662-1912,
persistently. 97C920
THREE BEDROOM, campus. $325 plus
utilities. 304 E. Madison. Call 971-2132.
48C916
SINGLE SLEEPING ROOM, Huron-
State area: $90 per month plus utitities.
Parking for small car-$15 extra. 662-
2734, evenings. 75C916
5 BEDROOMS in house, available im-
mediately, excellent location. $500. 663-
6739 or visit 415 Church. 33C915
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LIVE?
Opening for woman in Nakamura Co-
op. Nice people, good food, convenient
location. Cheap!! Call 662-4414. 20C918
ROOM FOR RENT in Burns Park area
located conveniently to campus, Dri-
vate entrance, access to kitchen. 763-
1187 (work), or 662-0852 (home). 25C916
PRIVATE BEDROOMS in furnished
home with 1 baths, 2 blocks to Diag,
yard, storage garage, parking, laundry
facilities nearby. $130 to $175 per month
includes all utilities. 663-4101. cCtc
ROOMMATES - If you are seeking
roommates or your own private bed-
room, come to Campus Management,
Inc., 337 E. Huron at 11 a.m. or 3:30
.mCall 6650258. cCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715
Hill St., featuring Kosher restaurant,
game room and Judaic library. Only 2
minutes from campus. Call 995-3276.
cCtc
$130 PER BEDROOM, 2 blocks to diag,
furnished 5-bedroom home with 11/2
baths, dining room, yard, parking, utili-

WE GET 15% DISCOUNT on contact
lens preparations. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cF915
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needed
fo speak English 6 hrs./wk. with Eng-
lish Language Institute students. Lan-
guage exchange possible with Arabic,
Japanese, Persian and Spanish. To
volunteer call ELI, 764-2413 Mon., Wed.
& Fri. 8-12, 1-5. 03F917
THE BENEFITS and advantages of
Air Force ROTC programs are open to
everyone who qualifies. That means
full-tuition scholarships and $100 a
month cash are up for grabs by every-
one. Anyone. So what are you waiting
for? Wear the Blue and spend the
GREEN. 69F915
A FIVE-WEEK PROGRAM for per-
sonal sexual enrichment as designed by
the National Sex Forum ire California
beginning in Ann Arbor, Monday eve-
ning, Sept. 19 tru Oct. 17-7:00 p.m.-
10:00 p.m. Contact Wolverine Institute,
973-1480 or 663-1467. Student rates.
86F918
"THE HUMAN SEXUALITY. REVO-
LUTION IS OVER-And Sex Has Clear-
ly Won!! "-so we quote an expert on
today's "energy line" DIALOGUE CON-
versation (3 minutes) .. . Dail now-
663-5366.. . that's right. . . phone now
to 663-5366 "ENERGY LINE". . . call
'round the clock . free-we have
nothing to sell . .. a public service of
"A FAMILY THAT CARES"... (Carl
& Craig). cF918
WANTED-Women and couples for sen--
sual, surrogacy; , attractive, discreet,
mature. Absolute confidentiality. Box
No. 1, Michigan Daily. 59F920

BUSBOYS WANTED for lunch and/or
dinner. Meal provided in exchange for
work. Call Gary or Linda at 761-5145.
89H925
AIRCRAFT REFUELER. Weekends
and a few week nights. 25 hrs. total.
$2.50-$3.00/per hour. AA Airport. 761-
3757. 91H916
WANTED-Part-time sales person for
Redwood & Ross Men's Clothing Store.
Apply in person at Briarwood Mall.
01H921
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR for data
point mini computer. Require accu-
rate typist. Call Mrs. Hunter at 761-
7340. 94H922
WANTED-STUDENT to work 3-4 af-
ternoons per week. Answering phone
and some maintenancE 769-0119, leave
name and number. 92H921
BELL'S GREEK PIZZA-Counter help
needed, full and part-time. Day/night.
Apply in person at State and Packard.
06H922

COOK-Mature adult with quantity
cooking experience. Full or part time
afternoon shift, some weekends. Blue
Cross available. Pleasant working con-
DISHWASHER-PART-TIME-Perfect
for students, includes lunch. The Second
Chance Restaurant, apply in person
at 516 E. Liberty, 994-5360. 07H915
SALES CLERKS
Stop & Go Foods now taking applica-
tions for full and part-time positions.
Need mature, responsible individuals.
Positions available all shifts. Good pay
and benefits. Apply in person at any
Stop & Go store or at district office,
3060 Packard Rd., 434-0327. 79H923
LOOKING for EXPERIENCE
Project Community has placements in
prisons, schools, special ed, youth
homes, day care, youth clubs and the
courts. For a change have a real ex-
perience. Call 763-3548 or stop by Mich.
Union. Credit available. 93F921
DISHWASHERS - Part-time nights or
full-time days, $3/hr. Apply in person
between 3 and 5 only, The Great Lakes
Steak Company, 3965 S. State Rd., Ann
Arbor. 97H916
WAITERS AND DISHWASHERS at Psi
Upsilon fraternity, 1000 Hill St. 662-
5094. 10H918
MR. TONY'S now hiring full and part-
time help. Positions available are: Dri-
vers, must be 18 and have own car,
counter help and pizza makers. Apply
in person, after 4 p.m., 1327 S. Univer-
sity. 89H916
BABYSITTER - Full-time for 1-year-
old at our house. References. Not a
temporary job. Call 769-8021, before 10
p.m. 18H915
THE BLUE FROGGE is now hiring
servers, cooks and dishwashers. Need
applin person only, Mon.-Fri., 2-5,
p.ra;(1 Church 92H918
AVRAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For de-
tails call, Center For Independant Liv-
ing, 971-0277, from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
02H919
HOUSEPARENTS
Married couple to manage residential
group home for eight retarded adoles-
cents. Program focuses on homelike
atmosphere, encouraging residence
personal development only. One mem-
ber of couple employed, freeing spouse
to pursue other employment or inter-
ests. Position includes salary plus room
and board and health care for couple
and additional staff. Send resume to
:P.O. Box 1105, Ann Arbor, MI48106.
HELP WANTED immediately - Day
waiting, hosting, bussing personnel and
cashier, other night and day positions
possible for experienced people. Apply
in person between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for
Peter DiLorenzi at The University Club.
cHtc
BABYSITTER - Three half days/
Wk., 12 month old, own transportation,
West side .A6-3424. 17H915

YOUNG WOMAN would desperately
love to find a -room in a house near
campus with nice warm people and
maybe a dog. I like to cook and am
ridiculously friendly. Can so me o ne
help? 764-2805. 85L920
FEMALE GRAD wants own room in
friendly, co-operative house. Non-smok-
ing. Call Carol, 663-1416. dL918
ONE BAITS HOUSING LEASE
Senior woman graduating this term.
Joni, 937-3905. 56L915
SENIOR WOMAN needs room only for
Fall term. Joni, 937-3905. 57L915
GOOD MONEY for parking space on
Central Campus. 994-4427. 96L916
U.S. MAILMAN and wife transfering to
this area need small, cozy house to rent
in clean, quiet surroundings. Ex-
cellent references. Please call 313-663-
G54L929

DUSTER, 1973. 769-5383 eves., week-
ends. High mileage. 08N918
'71 CAPRI, stick, radials, FM radio,
$600.668-7470 or 665-0724. 03N924
VEGA '72 HATCHBACK-Runs great,
some dents, $350.663-8999. 78N918
TRIUMPH 650-1969, $500. 761-0749.
29N920
'71 SCAMP AUTO. T.S. New battery,
muffler and tires. List $1200. Sale $995.
971-1385 after 5 p.m. 32N916
'72 DELTA 88-New tires-transmis-
sion and muffler. Good body. 764-1827.
35N917
'75 MUSTANG II, 4-speed. New ra-
-dials, exhaust, clutch, brakes. Well-
maintained. Call 663-4409. $2300. 45N916
W76 MERCURY BOBCAT - Mettalic
brown, a/c, incredible gas mileage.
Only 22,000 miles. This classy but eco-
nomical car can be yours for $2500.
Call 663-7432. dN915
1972 DODGE VAN - Good mechani-
cally, 318, insulated, roof vent, best

ties not included. 663-4101. cttc WERE NUMBE ONE in Wamond
3-BEDROOM furnished home, grea r nt 9, wly..
4 people, $130 per person, bath a ti a l Uiyersity,
half, dining room, study area, large 663-7151. cFtc
.front porch. State St. and Hoover area. PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP
No utilities included. 662-7787 , cCtc Mondays8-10 D M..sidinscale. Bob

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SEASON TICKETS-4' together if pos-
sible. Near sections 26-29 around row
45, or anywhere else. Will pay top
dollar!! Call collect 349-1865, Mike.
07K924

1A11L w7VA lil., 71 is l .ui u
and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 70F916
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL -
'rench wine. Village Apothecary, 1112
S Univ. Ave. cF916
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead via
high mark-up. For the area's lowest
prices and finest qualities possible on
an engagement ring, shop Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc

DESPERATELY NEED staff park
sticker. Price negotiable. Call Ric
665-4831, persistently. 25K
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar

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ACROSS
1 Time or hour
5 Bland
9 French
psychologist
14 Of an age
L5 Melody
16 Wild: Prefix
18 -die
18 Peddler of
Bibles, tracts,
etc.
20 Military district
22 Readers, as in
churches
23 Chosen
25 British gun
26 Pelts
28 Sets up
32 Bob of "The
Rivals"
35 Harbor sights
37 Tint
38 Kind of glass
39 Kicks a football
40 Nobelist author
41 Unit of work
42 More simple
13 Engages
44 Knife, in
Solingen
1 12 13 14

O 1R77 LOS ANGELES TIMES
46 Black bird
48 Pronoun
50 Orator Daniel
54 Scrapes
57 Part of the eye
58 Archaic term
for "clerks"
60 Sticks'
61 Get-on
62 Correct
63 Alter-
64 Town of England,
on the Ouse
65 Pullets
66 Country road
DOWN
1 Darmstadt's state
2 Satellite of
Uranus
3 Ancient weapon
4 Arrow-maker of
Robin Hood's day
5 Holy
6 Mountain:
Prefix
7 Pervade
8 Records in a
certain way
9 Trades
10 Vocalize
5 6 7 8
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18 19
22

11 -do-well
12' Ratite birds
13 Rocky pinnacle
19 Musical groups
21 Name in elevators
24 Object
27 More reasonable
29 Scorch
30 Melody
31 Cathedral city
of N. France
32 Throaty noise
33 Central part
34 Lap robes
36 Hollow stem
39 Procession
40 Medieval singer
42 Conducts oneself
43 Goddess of youth
45 Contend
47 Quatrains
49 Fraction
51- County of Erndi.
cott, N.Y: '
52 Not sideways
53 Civet
54 Peak
55 Forehead ,
56 Dry
58 Girl of song
59 Go
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6I

(915 NOW OPEN AT 10 A.M. MON.-FRI .
1 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Billiards, pinball
and bowling at the union. cF916'
AFS MEETING 7:30, Tuesday, Union
Station. 769-3534. 23F913
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP-
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-7061 or
Brian, 663-1095. 08F917
STEVE'S LUNCH - Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great soups
and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets with fresh
vege.tables and fresh bean sprouts
served all day. Sundays 10-8. 1313 South
Univ~ersity. - cFtc
SINGLE KNIGHTS in shining armor:
Intriguing female A desires 30-45 year
old witty man. Harmonious, amicable,
athletic, musical, loves children, ani-
mals, and gourmet food. Fascinating
female B desires 30-45 year old man,
quick-witted, enjoys children and peo-
ple of all ages, even tempered, sensi-
tive, affectionate, tall, tender-hearted,
appreciates music and art. Aquarian
professional woman C desires to meet a
28-35 year old professional gentleman
over 5'9" who is musical and athletic,
sensitive, enjoys animals, danicing, and
myrth making. Write Daily IBox No. 19.
05F924
MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
BOWLING LEAGUES now forming for
men,, women, mixed leagues. Sign up
now. Union Lanes. Bowling 50t for
leagues, 65t regular rates. Open Mon.-
Fri., 10a.m.; Sat. & Sun., 1p.m. cF915
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Cen-
ter, 403 Miller, 971-0102. Established
since 1972. cF1211
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S ONLY GEM
LAB BEFORE YOU SPEND YOUR
MONEY NEEDLESSLY. Fine quality
diamonds and low prices on all en-
gagement and wedding rings. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
10c COKES are back! Visit the Wes-
ley Foundation's Pine Room, ground
floor, State & Huron streets, across
from Campus Inn, 96F915
NEW - %/c off all copies left overnight

SALES-
NY publisher seeks personwith knowl-.
edge of local colleges/universities to
sell textbooks full time for 71/z months
of academic year. Local territory with
limited overnight travel. Salary $1000/
mo. plus expenses and co. benefits. Car
and Bachelor's degree required. Prior
sales experience a plus. Send resume
to: Daily Box No. 3. 95H920
GROUP LEADERS WANTED to lead
Junior and Senior High USY program
at conservative synagogue. USY back-
ground helpful, but not required. For
details call 665-9897 or 994-6028. 05H917
COUNTER HELP in sales wanted, full
or part-time. Apply in person at 323 S.
Main St. in Ann Arbor. cH929
WANTED-Salespeople to sell adver-
tising on a commission basis for THE
MICHIGAN DAILY. Call Rod, 764-0560.
dH918
CURTIS RESTAURANT
Waitress or waiter, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or
evenings 5 p.m.-10 p.m., 207 S. Main.
65H920
WANTED-Bartenders and Waitress-
es. ApplysWed. and Thurs. afternoons
at Dooleys. 52H915
HELP WANTED in Chinese Grocery
Store in Kerrytown, 407 N. Fifth. Apply
in person only. 53H921
NATIVE/FLUENT SWEDISH/NOR-
WEGIAN speaking individuals needed.
994-4854. 61H917

UNATTRACTIVE, intelligent, middle-
aged female needs permanent part-
time interesting job. BA in English,
MA in Library Science, M ichig a n
Teaching Credentials. Previous exper-
ience: 31 years as wife, mother, home-

TUTOR for DANISH- wanted, eager
student, preparing for stay in Den-
mark. Please call 668-6220. 73H916
PART TIME SALESPERSON needed
to work 2 full days, Monday thru Thurs-
day. Apply Roots Footwear, 314 S.
State. 51H917
'TYPESETTER-Experienced with IBM
composer and Compugraphic II keyline
and layout. Wage $3.30-$5.00/hr. Will
train fast accurate typist. Apply in
person, Arbor Instant Printing, 214 S.
Fourth Ave. 994-4664. 30H923
WANTED-Part-time research assist--
ant for library searches. Prefer de-
pendable person familiar with periodi-
cals in the Medical and Graduate
libraries and/or Library Science stu-
dent. Work may be done at your con-
venience. Send qualifications to Suite
404, 2930 North 16th St., Phoenix, AZ
85018. 44H918
BURGER KING
Positions now availabe from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. and 8 p.m.-2 or 3 a.m. Please
apply inperson, 530 E. Liberty. 26H925
LITHOGRAPHIC CAMERAS OPERA-
TOR (Process camera). Must be ex-
perienced in all aspects of darkroom
work for offset printing, i.e. line nega-
tives, halftones, negatives and positive
reproduction. Apply in person at Arbor
Instant Printing, 214 S. Fourth. 994-

EXECUTIVE OFFICE systems will do
your typing of dissertations, manu-
scripts, reports, resumes, theses, and
term papers. Copies or originals rea-
sonable rates. Call for appointment.
663-4199. 55J920
ENGLISH as a foreign language, les-
sons and classes by experienced teach-
er. Call 663-9644 or 668-8078. 72J920
TYPIST - Experienced, business. Call
429-5287. 62J915
FEMINIST COUNSELING: Individual
and group "Tapestry" - Certified So-
cial Workers. Call 668-8777, for more
about us and oir fall programs. No fee
first session. 20J915
TYPING - Neat, accurate, reason-
able rates. Please call between 11 and
12 a.m. or after 9 p.m. Three days
notice for long papers, Lynn, 995-3998.
58J915
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student: excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-2388,
after 5 p.m. dJ
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, prafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists,
Professional editing, writing, evalua-
tions and publicity. 662-4816, 557-2755.
c-tc

NEEDIDUJE to Washington, D.C. Sept.
23-25. 769-2784. 58P915
LOW COST FLIGHTS to Europe from
$146. Israel from $246. Plus Africa &
Far East. Call Student Travel toll free
(1) 800-223-7676. 40P1004
NEED RIDE to Washington, D.C. Sept.
23-25.769-2784. 58P915

WANTED-Four tickets to Navy game.
Call Diane, 763-0070, after 5 p.m. call
668-8925. 83Q921
NEEDED-Six Texas A&M tickets.
Sets of two or all together. Call 665-
0036. 73Q920

FOOTBALL COUPON wanted
ately. 459-1961, before 10 p.m.

desper-
26Q910

WANTED - Two football season tick-
ets. 995-2982 or 971-7488. Willing to pay
d 360915-
FOOTBALL TICKETS wanted, $250 for
4, together, senior priority tickets. Call
769-0822, evenings. 50Q915
WANTED-Season Tickets, 2 or 4 to-
gether, Sections 22-23-24, above Row
30. $150/PR. Call collect after 6:00,
216-468-1724. 84Q917
WANTED-Season and/or individual
game football tickets. Weekdays 973-
0700. 44Q915
SIKES AND SCOOTERS
1973 HONDA 350-Good condition, with
carrier rack. Best offer. 761-0473 eve-
nings or weekends. 14Z916
PEUGEOT 10-speed, 23", $100. Eve-
nings 434-4821;_ days 971-7900, Donna.
90Z917
HONDA, '71 SL350 - On and off the
road, 9,000 miles, good condition, $300.
Call 663-2256. 99Z916
HONDA 500-4, windjammer, saddle-
bags, Koni shocks, quartz light, drilled
disc, luggage rack, crash bar, burglar
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