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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 26, 1977

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FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM available-Come to
1331 Washtenaw Ave., Apt. 1 or
call 663-7231. 39C130
OWN ROOM in 2-man apt. Great
location. Call 668-7023 340128
OWN ROOM in House. $95/mo. Feb.
1 occupancy. Call 761-9124. 43C201
ROOM FOR RENT in large house.
Good location, good people. 1004
Olivia, 761-7610. 500128
FURNISHED ROOM for rent near
the hospital on Glen & Ann. $85/1
mo., all utilities paid. Call after 1
p.m. 668-9538. 54C0130
FREE RENT - Wanted: Student to
maintain ,nursery school and do
small repairs. Live-in efficiency,Aon
5-acre farm located between Ann
Arbor and Ypsi. Call 483-FARM
from 8-4:30. 99C0127
L. CAMPUS
Large furnished house avail. May 1.
Stable for 5 or 6 people. No pets,
12 month lease. Call 769-3590.
80C0127
PERSON WANTED, own room, 3-
bdrm. house, friendly people. 662-
8407 520129
STUDENT ROOMS : big and private,
$90 to small, $75. 769-2432. 47C0201
FALL '77
EXTREMELY NICEt
APARTMENTS
ON CAMPUS
Well-furnished units in modern
buildings and unique older homes:
STOP BY SOON
For complete information and best
selection
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. UNIVERSITY
665-8825
Monday-Frlday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-2
VISCOUNT APTS.
2 and 3 Bedroom
bi-levels and tri-levels
MODEL OPEN
Mon.-Fri., 3-5 p.m.
Weekends 12-2 p.m.
1316 Geddes, No. 5
eCte
SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET May 1-Aug. 31-
3 bedroom modern apt. Within walk-
ing distance. Price negotiable. 665-
6892. 06U0128
ROOMMATES
HIP FEMALE to .share apt. with
couple. Own room, washer/dryer.
Should enjoy cooking. Rent nego-
tiable. Call 971-9198. 45Y203

ROOMMATES
GRAD STUDENT to share very
pleasant 4 bdrm. apt. with 3 others.
5 min. walk to law quad or BusAd
schools. Lease through Aug. 21. Call
663-3094 or 994-0061. 35Y0130
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share 2-bedroom apartmeht with
grad student. Close to campus. $100
plus electricity. 995-5163. 55Y0127
HERITAGE HOUSE - MALE room-
mate needed for term remainder,
summer option available. Quiet, de-
s iuxe apartment. Call Billy at 995-
9290 or 995-1307. 23Y128
ROOMMATE WANTED to share
large house with 3 grad students.
Own room with many options-near
the stadium. 663-1811. 070128
SHARE HOUSE, own bedroom. Co-
op. great location. $94. 662-4267.
25Y129{
ROOM AND BOARD
IMMEDIATE OPENING for female
in North Campus Co-op. Luchtka-
steel. Friendly roommate. Visit and
see advantages of cooperative living.
663-6955. 47E129
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE -
One female room/board space avail-
able, $130month. Three meal mem-
berships (coed), $20/week. Interest-
ing people from diverse cultures.
761-1435 for information. 14E0126;
WANTED TO RENT
DESPEATEL NEED three bed-
room op' for Fall' '77, near campus.
Call 663-4484 or 662-8587, after 4
p.m. 44L201
$30 DOLLAR REWARD $
FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO
OUR RENTAL OF A 4-6 BEDROOM
HOUSE. CALL DAN OR STEVE,0995-
5828. 42L126f
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
DYNACO STEREO amp SCA-80Q,
$115. 662-9732. 41X129
STEREO COMPONENTS
20-40c% OFF on most of the 120
brands available. Call B.L. Co., 995-
9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc
RHYTHM BONES made of select
rock maple. $2.50 per pair, set of
four $5.00. Call 434-2297. 09X0128
STEREO SYSTEM - 60-watt amps,
FM _receiver, cassette deck, 12-inch
3-way speakers and pre-amp. $300
or best offer. 663-4706, after 6:30.
16X0126
MARANTZ 1040 amplifier, excellent
cond~, $130. 665-7148. 15X0128
AUDIO SNAKES-11, 15, 19, 23 and
27 channels on sale now. Life-time.
warranty on workmanship and two
years on material. Call Nayco En-
gineering, 971-8795. 04X127

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FENDER Bandmaster $195.45 watts
R.M S. 761-9431. cX0128
USED CRESTWOOD GUITAR, $55.
Call 761-9431. cX0128
ROAD AMPS, Rowland pianos and
Earth amps available for in-stone
demo. Call for appointment. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cX0126
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AKC NORWEGIAN E L K H O U N D
PUPS-Good watch dogs; excellent
with children. Call 483-5973 after
10:00.-dTtc

Uncontracted -Classified Rates
WORDS 1 2 3 4 5 6 add.
0-10 1.15 2.30 3.05 3.80 4.55 5.30 .75
11-15 1.40 2.80 3.70 4.60 5.50 6.40 .90
16-20 1.65 3.30 4.35 5.40 6.45 7.50 1.05
21 -25 1.90 3.80 5.00 6.20 7.40 8.60 1.20
26-30 2.15 4.30 5.65 7.00 8.35 9.70 1.35
31-35 2.40 4.80 6.30 7.80 9.30 10.80 1.50
36-40 2.65 5.30 6.95 8.60 10.25 11.90 1.65
41 -45 2.90 5.80 7.60 9.40 11.20 13.00 1.80
46-50 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
INCH ES
1 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
2 5.65 11.30 14.75 18.20 21.65 25.10' 3.45
3 8.15 16.30 21.25 26.20 31.15 36.10 4.95
4 10.65 21.30 27.90 34.20 40.65 47.10 6.45
5 13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 50.15 58.10 8.95
N.B.; Each arouc of characters counts as one word.
Hvohenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines equals 1 inch 5 words per line

FREE to good home. Female Ger-
man shorthair. Gentle, well marked,
needs room to RUN. 662-0294 AFTER
5 p.m. 08T0127
BUSINESS SERVICES
STUDENT TYPING - Professional,
reasonable rates. 994-4309, ask for
Barbara. 87J0220

HELP WANTED
JEWELRY DESIGNERS-We want to
buy your original jewelry designs.
Phone (313) 362-1271, ask for David
Aronotiz or Vince Lubin. 76H0126
VISTA
Positions available throughout
America for interested volun-
teers. Excellent opportunities
with great responsibility for
h i g h 1 y motivated individuals.
Openings in a variety of fields.
Paid travel, training, health care
and living allowance.
For full details and requirements
arrange for an interview with
recruiters in the Career and
Placement Center, for Jan. 25-27,
9-4:30 each day, 00H121
BIKES, SCOQTERS
TEN SPEED-Baskets, pump bottle,
tools. Best offer. 665-6299. 57Z126
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A diamond ring on January
17. Reward. Call after 6 p.m. 995-
5416. 82A0126
SITUATIONS WANTED
SET A RECORD
on any of our pinball machines and
win a free submarine sandwich.
CROSS EYED MOOSE
613 E. Liberty'
TOMMY'S HOLIDAY
CAMP
Packard at Atate
c00226

TYPING done in my home. Call
Isabel, 973-9618. 32J202
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM1
Seledtric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
FLUTE INSTRUCTOR on faculty
of three colleges. Member of pro-
fessional duo. Will teach begin-
ning-advanced students in home.
Ten min. drive from campus. 429-
9241. cJ--7
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing. Copying, Binding
Editing. Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING
SPECIALISTS
EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
Personalized IBM Selectric Type

FOR SALE HELP WANTED
FOR SALE - PANASONIC receiver, MASSEUSES WANTED. $8 hr. Applyj
BSR turntable and speakers, excel- in person, 215 S. Fourth Ave.
lent condition. $115.00. 994-5191. 45H127
y ~31B0126 -
TWIN BED, $15. Northface down
sleeping bag, $35. Hiking boots, al- H A T
most new, $25. Call persistently PROFESSIONALS
after 5 668-6749. dB126
DOUBLE BASS - With stand and Break your routine, get a new
bow. Like new. Call 971-4807. Ask perspective on your own career.
for Mike, Mon. thru Sat., 9 to 5 p.m. There arevolunteer openings in
68B0126' health programs overseas for
BSRNs, AA - Nursing, physical
SPEAKERS - Fisher XP56, 2-Way, therapists, X-ray techs, lab &
$75; Pioneer CS-66, 3-Way, $120; med techs, hospital adminis-
Good condition. Menjamin-Miracord trators.
650 turntable, base, dust cover, new Paid travel; monthly living al-
cartridge, $85. Call persistently after lowance; health care; 48 days
5, 668-6749. dB126 paid vacation. Must be U.S. cit-
izen, single/married with'no de-
TICKETS pendents. No upper age limit.
Contact the Peace Corps today
s5.00 REWARD plus ticket price for to arrange an interview Jan. 25-
two tickets to Royal Winnepeg Bal- 27 in the Career and Placement
let, Jan. 29. 769-4228. 48Q128 Center . 00H126

PERSONAL
JEWISH STUDENT NEWSPAPER -
Forming in Ann Arbor, and seek-
ing staff people: writers, editors,
typists, artists, etc. Open meeting
today, 7 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
cF0126
WE'RE HAVING our annual Janu-
ary sale through January 29. Stop
down and check it out. Little Dipper
Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerry-
town (adjacent to Farmer's Market).
cF126'
WEAR A FRAGRANCE DAILY!
There are many fine ones to choose
from -at the Village Apothecary, 1112
S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
UAC IS SEEKING applications for
a chairperson of the American Col-
lege Unions Regional Conference, to
be held in Ann Arbor, Nov. 1977.
The position will begin immediately
and continue until the conference.
If interested, please call UAC, 763-
1107, or stop in the office-2nd floor
Michigan Union. , 17F0127
EXPERIENCED CHEMIST seeks to
purchase large quantity of acid.
Write Daily Box 88. 'dF127
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom orint-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
COLLEGE VACANCIES in Music
Field. Nationwide listing. Applied
fields, music education, dance and
drama. $6/mo. for each area or $20
for four months. MDA Services, Box
13331, Austin, Texas, 78711. 32F0127
CHANGE. YOUR STYLE, let your
hair grow. U- MStylists at the
Union. cF126
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
CAROL AND PHYLLIS F-
I LOVE YOU BOTH, . MADLY,
THEOPHILUS. oFto
IMPORTANT STUDY ABROAD
ANNOUNCEMENT
Openings are available on CPS
accredited 1977 Summer and '77-'78
Academic Year Programs at distin-
guished international universities.
Early acceptance is now open for
Summer 1977 and Fall '77, and Win-
ter and Sprhig '78 or Full Year '77-
'78 in London, Paris, Dijon, Nice,
Moscow, Leningrad, Salamanca, Ma-
drid, Florence, Perugia, Vienna, Ge-
neva, Amsterdam, Copenhagen,
Scotland, Caribbean, Nairobi for
qualified applicants for courses in
English or foreign languages, arts,
humanities, communication arts,
theatre, social and political sciences,
international I a w, cuisine, film,
dance, wines. Eearn up to 12 hours
summer credit or a full term's or
year's credit.
All students in good standing eligi-
ble: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors,
Seniors, Grads. Good faculty refer-
ences, self-motivation, sincere in-
terest in study 'abroad and cultural
exchange count more than grade
point.
Program Fees for Center college
programs abroad for Summer '77 se-
mester from $990 (INCLUDES round-
trip air, tuition, room, full board,
excursions, leader) and for '77-'78
semesters abroad, $1590.
F o r applications/information/inter-
views: CENTER FOR FOREIGN
STUDY, SUMMER OR A/Y ADMIS-
SIONS, 216 South State Street on
campus next to Lane Hall, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48107. 662-5575, 662-
5576. 38F127

CLASSIFIED
ADVERT ISI NG
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
oefore publication (4 p m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Avertisements maybbe removed
from publication but will be
billeds according to original num-
',er of days ordered. This policy
,s also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. L~e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
numbner of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PERSONAL
A CUE STICK, a table, and 16 bil-
liard balls is all Jack White needs.
See him Feb. 7th at the Union, free.
cF126
ALL AT beautiful Union Lanes.
Open 11 a.m. today. cF0126
ACADEMY 3OOK BINDERY has
moved. 722 Brooks, Ann Arbor, 995-
4000cF0219
PERMANENT WEIGHTILOSS
Through B e h a v i or Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP. --
Wednesday evenings - Centering,
clarifying, sharing, assertink, re-
sponding. Bob, Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 37F128
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
epte
-PRIMAL
At the Personal Growth Center, 403
Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
COPIES--2%c each
Lowest Prices 'Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
eFte
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUMRE
T4RUE SLO CADET
PTT P R T A
IM PA T IE NT RA IL S
T E A R NE H A MLE T
R ABSAT CA VA L RY
U PH ILL AR LE N
TRAD0E SC HOO L B NS
A O N E . M P
HAD ROBESP I ERRE
SOBAD INFLOW
POSTMEN AROSE
ASTRAY SWAN SAY
EL EAN TAT
AR. PEE E LE
ARETE TRES4 LETO

USED CARS

Ragged Right and Justified Margins{ HELP WANTED
Error.-Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
EDITING, PRINTING, LETTERING -__
CASSETTE TRANSCRIPTION MANAGER:
TELEPHONE DICTATION Unique cosmetics company needs
Pick-up and Delivery aggressive, business and sales mind-
ed manager. Must be able to work!
STEPH ENS Saturdays and must own car.,
PROFESSIONAL Pleasant surroundings, good earn-
ings. Please contact Barbara at 994-I
TYPEWRITING 2444. 56H0130
SERVICE xHo0uSE KEEPER for apartment
P O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich: cleaning. 40/hrs. week, good pay I
Ms. Stephens 434-1984 cand benefits.sDependable worker
versity Towers, 536 S. Forest. E.O.E.
FOR SALE cH129
OLIVETTI electric typewriter. Six LOOKING FOR TUTOR in Shoshone
years old. Best offer. 663-9517. language. Judy Vander, 971-9040.
49B128 93H0126,
'73 DATSUN Pickup. AM radio, four EARN EXTRA MONEY - Part-time
speed. X1800, 434-2970. 60B0127 as a Shaklee distributor, selling{
top - quality products. Unlimited1

' ADVERTISING IN
DOESN'T COST
IT PAYS!
YOU'RE READING THIS, AREN'T YOU?
Display-764-0554 Classifieds-764-0557
- -

earnings, qualify for car. Call Jeff
Meltzer at 764-3680. cH0212
MOTHER OF TWO needs college
student for summer helper to live
in, Must swim. Call collect 557-6693
or write 24200 Pierce, Southfield,
MI 48075. 90H127
IENTAL ASSISTANT, experienced
chairside, about 30 hrs./wk. Campus
area, specialty practice. (Perio) 994-!
3252. 36H01271
TYPIST NEEDED - Senior needsI
accurate typist to type Honors
Thesis. Must have IBM ' Selectric.
Mark, 663-0848. dH127
GET A JOB with the Forest'Service
this summer! How, where, when to
apply. Job descriptions. Complete,
information. Satisfaction or money
back. $3.00. Mission Mountain Co.,
Box 727, Polson, Mont. 59860. 20H0203
WORK STUDY AIDE NEEDD-In-
terested in travel? The U.A.C. Travel(
office needs a work study aide. Ap-
proximately 10 hours per week. Con-j
tact Maureen, 763-2147, 1-5 p.m. I
27H130
CAMP SEA-GULL will be inter-
viewing Thurs., Jan. 27, at the SAB
build. The following jobs are avail-
able: Tennis, Gymnastics, Arts &
Crafts, S w i m m i n g Instructors
Nurse, and Dramatics. Contact the
Summer Placement Office for ap-
pointment. 01H0126

BUSINESS
PEOPLE
Business/econ grads now wanted
for business positions overseas.
Excellent opportunities w i t h
great responsibility for highly
motivated individuals. P e a c e
Corps service is highly regarded
by both domestic and interna-
tional business firms, looks good
on resume.
Challenging work in Africa, Asia
and Latin America. Paid trave';
monthly living allowance; healta
care; 48 days paid vacation. Must
be U:S. citizen, single/married
with no dependents. No upper
age limit.
Contact the Peace Corps at the
Career and Placement Center,
Jan. 25-27. Sign up TODAY.f
00H126
SUMMER
JOBS
CEDAR POINT
AMUSEMENT PARK
Sandusky, Ohio will hold on-
campus interviews February 7
and 8 for summer employment.
Approximately 3,200 positions
available for wide variety of
jobs. Housing available. Contact
Planning and Placement Office
for information and an appoint-
ment.
CEDAR POINT
"For the time of your life!"
21H0204j

1969 VW-GOOD running condition.
$100. 665-0334, evenings. 37N127
VOLVO, 1970 144 4-speed, air and
immaculate. Best offer. 971-7025.
30N130
'69 VOLVO 142S. Excellent condition.
4-speed, recently rust-proofed. $2200.
Jeremy, 665-7941. 63N0126
'71 FORD CUSTOM, V8, auto, PB,
PS, excellent starting and running.
Asking $600. Call 995-8465, after 5
p.m. 54N0126
TRAVEL
WEEKEND IN TORONTO, $40. Feb.
11-13th. Includes: Round-trip bus
transportation and two nights in
excellent downtown Torontohotel.
Questions? Call U.A.C. Travel, 763-
2147, cP0126
EUROPE / WORLDWIDE academic
discounts year 'round. S.A.T.A., 4228
First, Tucker, GA. 30084. (800) 241-
9082. 28P216
PERSONAL
DEAR ANON - I don't, think it's
me, but maybe we could work
something out. What do you say?
Michigan Daily Box 14. dF0128
ISRAELI COFFEE HOUSE-with en-
tertainment and refreshments. To-
day, 8 p.m. Henderson Room, Mich-
igan League. cF0126
THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
invites you to enjoy
free coffee every morning.
613 E. Liberty-Open 10:00 a.m.
cF0228

41& l4ijiqn 4dj

The Michigan Daily is on the brink of some changes, and
we'd like you to be a part of them.
The Daily is reaching out in new directions of reporting and
writing, pushing hard for the tough stories and looking out
for important trends.
The point is, we need people. The Daily supports itself and
runs itself-with a staff of students. Yes, we enjoy editorial
freedom, but we need editorial input.
We'll train you for news writing, editorial writing, sports
writing and reviewing the arts. And there's room for people
interested in photo journalism, as well as for those attracted
to the Magazine.
Or we'll teach you the ropes of running a full-scale business
operation. There's no better place to learn the mechanics of
salesmanship and finance.
Daily people every year leave the University for newspapers
like the Detroit Free Press, the Miami Herald, and the New
York Post. Arthur Miller worked over here, as did Peter
Lisagor and Tom Hayden.

/ -
DORM MEETINGS:
IA . A . 1 Ir

PEACE CORPS
Growth. Adventure. Challenge.
Travel. That is what the Peace
Corps offers. You can build a
better future for others while
you enhance your future. Paid
travel; monthly living allowance;
health care; 48 days paid vaca-
tion. Must be U.S. citizen, sin-
gle/married with no dependents.
No upper age limit; minimum
-18.
Contact Peace Corps at the
Career and Placement Center,
Jan. 25-27, 9-4:30. Arraijge for
an interview TODAY. 00H121
TEACHERS
Challenge. Adventure. Growth.
Sense of purpose. That's what
you'll experience in the Peace
Corps. The Peace, Corps not only
enables you to help build a
better future for others, it can
do a lot for your future too.
Paid travel; monthly living al-
lowance; health care; 48 days
paid vacation. Must be U.S. cit-
izen, single/married with no de-
pendents. No upper age limit.
Contact the Peace Corps Jan. 25-
27 at the Career and Placement
Center, 9-4:30 each day. Make an
appointment NOW.
00H126

STUDY ON THE IMPACT ON
DEATH OF STUDENTS
We are two psychology gradaute
students wanting to speak with stu-
dents who have lost a member of
their immediate family within the
past 18 months or so. We hope to
learn about the effects of death on
the lifestyle and identity of stu-
dents in order to help others with
their bereavement. We. also believe
that simply sharing the experience
of loss may prove helpful to those
who volunteer. If interested, call
Mike (662-3389) or Lew (665-6954) or
leave message at Clinical Psych
Office, 764,6332. 29F130
ALL STUDENTS! Apply to be a
FALL ORIENTATION LEADER 'in
the Orientation Office, 2530 SAB,
between 1/24-2/18. An affirmative
action, non-discriminatory employer.
59F0217
IT TAKES a lot of skill to play
this game. Billiards at the Union.
cF127
BOX 720-Be more specific! Mich-
igan Daily Box 14. dF0128
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
sales in Ann Arbor. Find out why.
Austin, Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151, cFtc
RUSH - THURS., Jan. 27. Sigma
Alpha Mu happily invites you to a
party. 9 p.m., Klein Lounge, Alice
Lloyd. ,52FO126
CHILDLESS HUSBAND with infer-
tile wife wants female for test-tube
baby. Causasian background. Indi-
cate fee and age. All answers con-
fidential. Mail response to Mall Box
43, Suite 1129 E. Parklane Towers.
(Parklan Blvd., Dearborn, MI 48126).
53F0209
LOOKING FOR A PLACE to live
next year? Check out Theta Xi-the
coed fraternity, 1345 Washtenaw,
761-6133. Jan. 23-29, between 7-10
p.m. More than a place to live.
33F129
KICK THE HABIT, play Pinball at
the Union, open 11 a.m. cF0126
BARGAIN CORNER

ACROSS
1 City of central
Georgia
6 Edward or
Henry: Rom.
10 Burns, for one
14 Black Sea port
15 Place for an ace:
Phrase
17 Familiar
farewells
18 Dominates
19 Business abbr.
20 Reference book
22'Civetlike
animal
23 Okinawa port
25 Crimson
26 Train station:
Fr.
27 Boy's changing
voice
30 One of a
cheering trio
33 Attack
35 Italian half-
dozen
36 Prefix with
sphere or meter
37 Bacteria
39 One more
41 Macrae,
for example
42 Before
44 Hecklers
45 Case in gram.
mar: Abbr.
46 High bridge
score

o 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
48 -- de vigne
(vineyard): Fr.
50 Truth, in
Confucianism
51 Headgear
54 Not ---
56 Delineates
58 Pompadour pad
59 Conniving:
Slang
61 Joint
63 Sherwood
Forest
character:
Var.
64 Mediterranean
island "
65 Sales org..
66 Noble: Ger.
.67 Myth\logical
being
DOWN
1 Time for petit
de jeuner
2 Pina
3 Using any
available means:
Phrase
4 Govt. agency,
1940's
5 Space gp.
6 Ultra or
shrinking
7 Encroaches
upon
8 Followers:
Suffix
9 Her: Ger.
10 Blacksmith
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a way: Phrase
12 "Ye -Tea
Shoppe"
13 Try
16 British com-
poser
21 Some fishermen
24 Lesage's first
,name
26 Gossiper's
news
28 As far as, Scot.
29 Teachers' gp.
31 Geographic
abbr.
32 .-de combat
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Sp.
36 Up, in a game
38 One of the
Allens
40 Type of
painting
43 Grant a right to
46 German city
47 Fair maid
49 - behold
52 Having-a parti-
cular flavor
53 Obey the helm
54 New Mekican
Indians
55 Finest
56 Burden
57 Baglike parts
60 Poetic form
62 Initials of 1933
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