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SELL immediately-Advent speakers,
cabinet, dishes, misc. household. 808 Monroe,
52-4356. 87B1014
ALE-Electric Bass Guitar with hard shell
6100. Call Dan, 764-0248 (days)-leave mes-
994-6133 after 7 p.m. 64B$1015
NG DRESS, exquisite handmade cream satin
each lace with red velvet ribbons in size 12,
- 8198. 93H1014
ALE: Martin Alto Sax, very good condi-
5. Call 662-6947 any time. dB1019
LLE-Martin Alto Sax, very good condition.
11662-6941, any time. dB1015
. 9252 Receiver plus two XP62 speakers.
195. Call 995-8465. 61B1016

ROOM AND BAD
ROOM AND BOARD in Med. Frat., 220 N. Ingalls.
Available 11/20/77-1/29/78. Male or female. Call
Bill Springstead, 761'-6515 between 5:30 and 7:00 p.m.
74E1015
2 MALE GRAD STUDENTS need third to fill
suburban house 2 miles off campus. $125 a month
plus util. 665-5503, after 5pm. 40E1018
WOMEN: MAKE NEW FRIENDS! Student co-ops.
Meet supportive people. Share work, savings, fun.
Call/visit Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan
Union,;662-4414. 24E1016

ARD TOWNHOUSES, 1 & 2 bedrooms, $220
0. Inc. carpet, a/c, appliances, disposal, &
'y facilities. Call manager, 665-0868. 86C1016
.TMENT FOR RENT close to campus, $133/
i. Call626-7976after3 p.m. 68C1019
LE ROOM AVAILABLE for woman in 7 bed-
house on Walnut. Free parking, washer/dryer,
nonth. Call Nancy, 662-4257. 83C1019
' RESPONSIBLE PERSON WANTED to share
room apartment near campus with 2 grad
its. Own room, grad preferred, $103. 769-1218.
79C1016
iISHED ROOMS for rent at 715 Hill St., fea-
Kosher restaurant, game room and Judiac
y. Only 2 minutes from campus. Call 995-
cCtc
ING SPACES, near campus. 665-8825. 59C1015
NG AVAILABE near campus. $10 per month.
'. OC1018
BEDROOM furnished apartment available
liately between campus and downtown. In-
135 E. Huron. Apt. No. 3, anytime between
and 6 p m. or call 663-4101. cCtc
RC X...;PeT., Jan.-Aug., great location. Call
nd weekends, 662-3625. 39C1013
E MODERN EFFICIENCY. New shag carpet,
from campus. Call 662-9597. 37C1013
)ROOM furnished home, right on campus,
roommates who prefer a cooperative living
on, to share large room or take single room,
y 1334 N. University across from Stockwell or
662-2606. cCtc
ROOM. Share rest of nice, old house. Fully
hed. Easy 5-minute walk to Diag. Lynn, 769-
r 668-6431. 11C1013_
RENT-Small room, share bath, kitchen with
congenial and studious men. Furnished-bed,
dresser, chair, misc. Second floor, west win-
Ad Westside. 10 minutes campus. Free utilities,
onth. Men only and no pets (sorry). Call
5. Available October 1-2. 10C1027

SERVICES FOR YOUTH BY TELEPHONE include
Energy Line 663-5366, Ozone House 662-2222, Problem
Pregnancy Help 769-7283,, Student Advocacy Center
995-0477. cF1026
CARPOOL DESIRED from Plymouth, Mi. to Ann
Arbor campus Monday-Friday 8-5. Call 764-0314 or
(evenings) 453-0247. 78F1019
PLAY PIANO day or night! Rent piano with ear-
phones. Lessons. 483-8646 before 1 p.m. 89F1025
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula, for you
who don't eat right. Available at the Village Apothe-
cary, 1112S. University Ave. cFtc
WATCH THIS SPACE for "The Saga of Betty Book-
worm"-starting soon. dF1014
ATTENTION-Know of any programs for artistic
children using sign language as mode of com-
munication? Contact Jan, 663-7071. 63F1015
WANTED-RESPONSIBLE driver to drive my car
to Boston, November 1-Thanksgiving. 769-1658, Deane.
98F1018
REDUCED RATES for Billiards to 6 p.m. everyday
at the Union. cF1015
ONGOING PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP with yoga
and meditation. Rosemary, 662-5395; or Richard,
995-0088. 89F 1021
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Modern Apart-
ment on campus. Call'anytime,668-7770. 99F1018

SENIOR PORTRAITS
The1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M YEARBOOK)
is now taking senior and graduate portraits in our
offices at 420 Maynard, the Student Publications
Building (Next toS.A.B.).
Appointments are available by coming to our office
weekdays from 9 a.m.- p.m. or calling 764-0561
from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Spaces are very limited, so please make your
appointment TODAY! There is a $2.00 fee which
must be paid at the time of your sitting.
Yearbooks will also be on sale at this time for
only $10.00. This is a $2.00 savings over the spring
price. dF1028
25 YEAR OLD professional male wants to meet a
20-27 year old young lady having a wide range of
interests, including the outdoors, fine music, and
film. Write to S. H. at Michigan Daily Box 21.
43F1014
FED UP WITH FUMBLE FINGERS? Inquire about
free knitting and crocheting instructions at the Wild
Weft Yarn Shop, 415 N. Fifth Ave., Kerrytown II,
761-2466. cFtc
BANJO, DULCIMER, AND GUITAR lessons now
available with Betsy Beckerman through the Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cF1026,
"THANKS TO A 'DAILY' CLASSIFIED CONTACT-
REFLECTIONS ON A WOW WEEKEND GESTALT
WORKSHOP AND OUR THERAPIST/GURU!!" ...
The Now Message tape recorded waiting your dail
to 663-5366 . . . anytime day or night! What's with
these retreats/workshops/group therapy/conscious-
ness raising deals? Do they really make a damn bit
of difference when Sunday night comes and its
splitsville? FOR A FEW ANSWERS DIAL
"ENERGY LINE" right now. . .663-5366.. . Be
Gentle To Yourself. Shalom. cF1015
MEN AND THEIR BODIES
8 weeks-$80. Cam, 663-7061 or Brian, 663-1095.
81F1017
24-HOUR PHONE NUMBERS TO HELP YOU IN-
CLUDE 663-5366, Energy Line; 665-1212, Time; 434-
9400, Weather; 763-1300, U-M news; 995-7272, Ann
Arbor events. cF1015

PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for bometcooking. Break-
fast all day, great soups and egg rolls, 3 egg
omelets with fresh vegetables and fresh bean sprouts
served all day. Sundays 10-8. 1313 South University.
cFtc
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB with the Force.
Vincent York featured also sax soloist with the Duke
Ellington orchestra. Ted Harley bass, Larry Man-
derville piano and Kenneth Bolds, former drum-
mer five years with Lionel Hampton Drums 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. ctc
ONE GAME FREE BOWLING with this ad at
Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool and saloon too!
2985 Washtenaw-mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc

EARN $200-$250/week in full time delivery position,
part-time also availabe. Must have car and be 18.
Apply in person, Mr. Tony', 1327 S. University.
80H1014
KITCHEN HELP
Full or part time, experience helpful but not neces-
sary. Apply in person only, after 4 p.m. Omega
Pizza,'101 Washtenaw Pl. 86H1018
DON'T PANIC-WCBN-FM is no longer at 89.5 on
your dial. WCBN has moved to 88.3 FM and broad-
casts there in stereo 24 hours a day with Ann Arbor's
most creative programming mix: free form, jazz,
blues, rock and roll, rhythm and blues, reggae,
gospel, salsa, classical, bluegrass, news, special
historical programming and community affairs.
Plus there are NO COMMERCIALS. So check us out
at WCBN, 88.3 FM, right now! 80H1016
MAIN EVENT NIGHT CLUB needs wet T-shirt
participants. $10/hr. Prizes every Tuesday 11 p.m.
Men-wet shorts contest every Thursday at 11 p.m.
Register in advance. The Main Event Night Club,
10480 E. Grand River, Brighton, Mich. (313)-227-
1444. 78H1014

XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST,-LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560

WANTED-1 waiter and 1 dishwasher. hour at
lunch and hour at dinner. Pay is three excep-
cFtc tional, well-balanced, home-cooked meals a day.
M-F and Sunday dinner. Pleasant working condi-
tions with a crew of] people like youself. 2 doors
south of Michigan Union. Call 761-8282 or 995-3013,
k. 663- ask for Mark. 13H1016

BABYSITTER in our home, 3 afts. per wee!
6279. 91

lH1021

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SCOTT!! We sure hope you
make it one more year so we can have another
party!
From all of us dF1014
THIS WEEk'S WINE SPECIAL-Hungarian wines.
The Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Universtiy Ave.
cF1014
CEARF,
Ard Schenk says "Happy Birfday, Meann"
Love,

SENIORS-Don't be left out of this year's year-
book! Make your appointment for your senior portrait
today by calling 764-0561 from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Por-
traits are being taken now at 420 Maynard (next to
S SAB). There are only a few appointments left so
_ be sure tocall today. dF10l8
IF YOUR STYLE works, stay with it. U of M Stylists
at the Union. Harold, Chet and Dave. cF1012
OVERWORKED? Eyestrain? Relax with a night off
in candlelight Lenox tapers are 20% off through
Oct. 14. Little Dipper Candles: 415 N. Fifth Ave. in
Kerrytown (ajacent to Farmer's Market). cF1011

Mermie

dF1014

KEN-Please come by Kiddieland about 9. I've got
some great rumors to tell you.

-Lynne

dF1014

JTE FROM East Detroit? Need riders? Call
--764-7314-665-7285. 32M1114

TION AVOCATIONAL ANTHROPOLO-,
-Journey to Nepal Spring '78. 995-4617. cPtc
XMAS VACATIONS NOW! Student travel
so student charters. Regency Travel. Campus
i-corner William and Maynard, 601 E. Wil-
5-122. cPtc

DREAMS WORKSHOP: Gestalt, Senoi gifts, psycho-
drama. Oct. 21-23. Bob & Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 57F1020
JAZZ GUITAR LESSONS with Hal Davis, 761-
9431. cF1025
FEMALE, ATTRACTIVE, good natured, warm,
would like close relationship with open, intelligent,
stable male 32-46. Write Michigan Daily Box 14.
79F1016
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF1211
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
Oct. 16, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Rd., Exit 175 of
I-94, over 200 dealers, everything guaranteed for
authenticity. FEATURING: A-6, A-11, F-7, F-16
GLASS-Flint, Sandwich, Pattern; (A-11 Spooner
Collection) A-11, A-27, F-4 POSTCARDS; A-15
WINDSOR armchair, NE; A-12, A-24, A-26, D-31
DOLLS; B-27, 18c cherry CHIPPENDALE chest of
drawers, AMERICAN, w/ogee bracket foot &
flueted quarter pillars; D-9 CAROLYN EDELMAN,
ROYERS FORD, PENN; B-7 decoys; B-9 CHERRY
TESTER BED, marvelous spiral posts, NANTUCKET
Lightship baskets, bride's box; B-is BLANKET
CHEST w/1/draw., old red paint; CANDLESTANDS
-FEDERAL w/inlaid octagonal top, birch & cherry,
also cherry & tiger maple, tripod base, w/snake
foot, TOLE cracker tin; B-22 ANNUNZIATA, N.Y.C.
double revolving 18c WHIRLIGIG; B-23 ANDREW
& LYNDA WILLAUER, EASTON, CONN.; B-34 THE
ARTHUR'S, EPSOM, N.H.; C-12 CANTON, DELFT,
pair EXPORT bowls deep orange; C-22 JEWELRY
& OLD SILVER; C-24 FEDERAL secretary, dimi-
nutive, curly maple, probably Amer.; C-31 RUB-
LEY'S, LIMERICK, MAINE; D-1 CAROUSEL
rooster; D-23 AMER. COIN SILVER, choc. & cie
cream MOLDS; D-28 QUILTS, QUITS; D-33 TECO
pottery lamp w/leaded shade; E-13 INTERELICO,
NEW HARTFORD, N.Y.; E-24 R. HERRON, SAU-
QUOIT, N.Y.; E-28 book shaped SPRUCE GUM
BOXES; E-33 country desk, all orig., incl. red
paint; F-10 SILVER, Eng. Sheffield & sterling;
F-19 PINE schoolmasters desk, WINDSORS; 8 a.m.-
4 p.m. (you may come anytime after 5 a.m. when
dealers come to set-up). 02W1014
GIANT FLEA MARKET
(Closeout Special)
Student-used desks, dressers, couches, chairs, rea-
sonable offers accepted. 214 E. Michigan at Park,
Downtown Ypsilanti. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday. 10 a.m.-
6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Flea Market has
approx. 100 dealers of antiques, collectibles, new,
used and miscellaneous every weekend. 75W1023

CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. cFtc
ONGOING PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP with yoga
and meditation. Rosemary, 662-5395, or Richard,
995-0088. 89F1021
study abroad 1978
Academic Year 1977-78 1978-79 or Summer 1978.
Accredited programs of study in Moscow, Lenin-
grad, Paris, Dijon, Nice, Salamanca, Geneva, Flor-
ence, Perugia, Vienna, Copenhagen, Cuernavaca.
All languages on all levels, beginners to advanced
to graduate plus many subjects in English.: studio
arts, history, international studies, dance, cuisine,
theater, filmmaking, special education.
For course catalogues and application forms contact:
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
216 S. State Street
(on Campus, next to Lane Hall)
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
313/662-5575
cFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home cooking. Break-
fast all day, great soups and egg rolls. 3 egg ome-
lets with fresh vegetables and gresh bean sprouts
served all day. Sundays 10-8. 1313 South University.
cFtc
RESERVE an appointment and learn the facts
about diamonds so your engagement ring purchase
will be worth your while and a unique experience.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
GUYS& DOLLS-University Singles Club is here.
If you like to party, have fun, and meet people like
yourself, write us for all the free detaili. P.O. Box
12669, Gainesville, Florida 32604. 07F1025

PART-TIME temporary shipping clerk-15-20 hrs./
week. Some heavy lifting. Must be neat in appear-
ance. North Campus area. 665-3734. 95H1016
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for project in
the Criminal Justice area. Transcribing interviews,
coding information, very flexible hours, great work-
ing experience. Call 764-7487 or 763-2035. 69H1016
PART-TIME BABYSITTING, 15-20 hours/week.
Days, hours flexible. Call 769-8021 before 10 p.m.
77H1020
DISHWASHER PART-TIME, perfectshours for stu-
dents, includes lunch. Apply in person at Second
Chance, 516 E. Liberty, 994-5360. 70H1016
RESPONSIBLE after school supervision for two
2nd graders needed M-F 3:15-6 p.m. Pleasant children
and pleasant environment. N.W. Ann Arbor. Call 665-
9458 after 7 p.m. 46H1016
BABYSITTER NEEDED by professional couple for
2 yr. old, M-F 8-4:30 p.m. in our home, start Oct.
17th. Intelligent, warm, mature, reliable. Own trans-
portation. References. 761-5759. 51H1018
HELP IS AVAILABLE BY TELEPHONE 24 hours
every day on Energy Line 663-5366, help with emer-
gency housing or getting a part-time job, help with
any personal problem, dial 663-5366, with a pen in
your hand. cH1026
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
We are accepting applications from those interested
in cook or sales positions either part or full time.
Must be reliable, 16 yrs. or older, must be able to
work between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., or 4-10:30 p.m.
No experience necessary, paid vacations and paid
holidays, other benefits as they apply. Apply in
person between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mon.-Fri.-at
the following locations: 2355 Jackson Rd., 3452
Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. Equal opportunity employer.
56H1018
UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be taking applications
Oct. 3-17 for winter book rush. Apply information
desk of University Cellar in basement of Michigan
Union. cH1016
WAITERS, WAITRESSES, BARTENDERS. Full or
part-time. Apply in person only, Mon.-Fri., 2-5
p.m., blue Frogge, 611 Church. 38H1023
WORK STUDY Scholar needed as part time li-
brary assistant for journal 10-20 hours per week.
Languages, some library experience desirable. $3.51
hour. Box 22. 44H1014
PSYCHOLOGISTS
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN HOSPITAL
Part time master of level psychologist to administer
and interpret pyschological test to physically dis-
abled patients in the Department of Physical Medi-
cine and Rehabilitation.
Call Donald Kewman, 764-7166
A non-discriminatory affirmative
action employer.
42H1016
ARTS MODELS NEEDED. If interested, send a
resume and a photo to:
Timed Graphics of Plymouth
P.O. Box 12
Plymouth, MI 48170
35H1022
GIRL TO LIVE-IN for light housekeeping. $850 per
month. 1-941-7897 after5:30. 97H1015
PIZZA DRIVERS and telephone help. Must be 18.
and work 1, 2, 3 nights/week. Apply in person
only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Pl. 5OH1015
Addressers Wanted IMMEDIATELY! Work at home
-no experience necessary-excellent pay. Write
American Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 269, Dallas,
Tx 75231., 56H1021
HELP WANTED immediately-Day waiting, host-
ing, 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.
HOUSEPARENTS
Married couple to manage residential group home
for eight retarded adolescents. Program focuses on
homelike atmosphere, encouraging residence per-
sonal development only. One member of couple em-
ployed, freeing spouse to pursue other employment
or interests. Position includes salary plus room and
board and health care for couplf and additiona
staff. Send resume to P.O. Box 1105, Ann Arbor,
' MI 48106.

1969 VW Bug, only 2,000 miles on completely rebuilt
engine. New tires and battery, no rust, good condi-
tion. Call 665-0768. 66N 1016
SAAB 96-1970, only 59,6o miles. Front wheel drive,
rack and pinion steering, new radials, free wheeling
transmission, 32 M.P.G. Asking $1075. 971-7260 eve-
nings. 90N1019
1965 CHEVY six, stick. Good town car. Needs
work. New battery. $75.662-1572. 92N1020
OPEL WAGON, 1974 automatic, AM-FM stereo,
excellent running condition. $1650. Call Carol, 973-
2300 or 663-0660. 67N1016
'74 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE-$2,000. 483-3208 after 7
p.m. 81N1019
1970 SQUAREBACK VOLKSWAGEN for sale. Needs
some renairs .00. Call761-4158after46n m . 73N1019

NEW MESSAGES OF HOPE/COURAGE/LOVE/
HELP can be heard anytime, phone 663-5366, Energy
Line. cH1015

TYPING-24-hour professional team. Guaranteed
accuracy. 663-4640 persistently. Anytime. Ask for
Dave. 65t per page base rate. 21J1016
TYPING-Fast, Quality, References. Donna-97-
0433. 69JI016
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 South State Street
7 days/week 994-3594
cJtq
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts
Selectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J1103
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing, writing, evaluations and publicity. 662-4816,,
557-2755. cJtc
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands
on file. All academic subjects. Send $1.00 for mail
order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los Angeles, Calif.
$0025. (213) 477-8474. 86J1203}
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara,.665-4286, 24 hours. cJtc
SWEDISH LANGUAGE LESSONS, $45-10 lessons.
Native speaker. 668-6511. 12J920-
T ICK ETS
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay cash
and pick up. Call 425-7125 (collect). _ 93Q1021
PAIR OSU-UM Junior status tickets for sale. 994-
0515. 94Q1016
TWO-THREE good Iowa game tickets wanted. Cal
662-3281 after 5p.m. 80Qi014
WANTED-Two tickets to Wisconsin game. 769
0044. 82QI014
FOR SALE-2 tickets for each remaining game,
eight tickets in total. Call Melvit, 662-3466 or 6684
9669. 71Q1015
SIX TICKETS WANTED to Iowa-Michigan, October
29. Call 994-3594. . cQ1028
DESPERATELY NEED 2 tickets to the Ohio State
game. Will negotiate price. (202)-546-7188, call collect.
33Q1023
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Sell your Ohio State
tickets. Pairs only. Call after 5 p.m., 662-8681.
49Q1019
NEEDED-Two tickets for OSU/U-of M. Please call
665-0588. 45Q1016
WANTED-2-6 football tickets for any remaining
home games. 665-5503. 54Q1014
I WILL PAY cash for Ohio State tickets. Amount
depends on number and type of tickets. Call Greg,
665-0899. 39Q1016
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay $50/
pair for any seats, $55/pair for good seats. (Will
pick up). 1-614-459-2309. 10Q1023
NEED EIGHT TICKETS to Ohio, Stategame-$50
per ticket being offered. Call 313-553-2277 collect.
3 1016
'75 SOLEX MOPED, completely reconditioned,$200.
Bjorn, 994-0390 after 2 p.m. 84Zi016
T r 1 ;4

MARTIN CLASSICAL GUITAR with case, $q,75.
Roth student cellos and bow, $250. Call 761-4411.
29X1018
PIONEER CASSETTE DECK-FT-2121. Front load,
like new, negotiable. 665-7753 after7 p.m. 47X1014
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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Nuisance
Hoglike animal
Intercept
Quondam
Unassisted
Importune
Cut off by the
elements
delta
Show fallibility
Touch along
a border
Spitting image
Signified
Commiseration
Old uncle of song
Parlor piece
Up to a certain
point
"Christabel" poet
Company officer:
Abbr.
Vacillate
Challenge
Highway
features -
Lake Geneva's
other name
Pangolin
Cross shape
Field: Lat.
Fell over
Diva of fame
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1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
52 Top-of-the-charts
items
53 Prior to
54 Athirst
55 Forecaster
58 Leningrad's river
59 Oldwomanish
60 Kiln
61 Author of
Westerns
62 German hunter:
Var.
63 Letters

23 Highway of
Cato's day
25 When you "see
forever": Phrase
26 Citizens of
Poznan
28 Popular Rodgers
and Hart song
29 Cheese
30 Pearl Mosque
site
31 Of a certain
age group
32 precedent
33 Henley's shire:
Abbr.
34 Sensed
35 Provide what is
needed (to)
37 Canal
40 Giddy: Slang
41 Backslide
43 Not this, old style
45 Championship
46 Former Air Force
general
47 Obliterate
48 Fender marks
49 Tooth of a kind
50 Affirm
51 Split
52 WW I general
56 Girl's name
57 Street of a kind

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9 Mississippi
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10 One way to
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12 Eye
13 Man of rank
18 Mother, British
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