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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM apartment, great
location, includes dishwasher, A/C,
heat paid. $235/mon. 665-8825.
270121
ROOM FOR RENT, near campus,
$125.00/mo. Call 665-7854 or 434-5809.
2000122
ROOM IN 4-WOMAN APT. $82.50/
month. Reasonably studious, non-
smoker preferred. 663-7695. 140118

SUBLET

SUMMER SUBLET wil get you fall
option on our beautiful 4 bedroom
hou-e, large kitchen, basement, 2
bathrooms, parking. Close to cam-
pus. 995-7688 691U116
APARTMENT SUBLET - Share two
bedroom partially furnished apart-
ment with graduate student-Janu-
ary through May with summer op-
t'on, $112/month. Call Monti, pref-
erably before noon, 665-5661. 52U118

LOST AND FOUND=
FOUND - KEYS on owl-shaped
leather keychain, corner of Monroe
and Tappan on January 13. 662-8838,
persistently. dA119
PORTUGESE literature book from
Graduate Library lost on Friday
afternoon. S. University/S. Forest
area. Please call Monica, 662-7299.
dA0119
FOUND - In I.M. Building before
Christmas: wedding ring. Call Jane,
761-4225. dA116
FOUND-MAN'S WATCH on Liberty
St. Must identify. Found before
Christmas. 764-1932. dA115
LOST-Old English sheepdog puppy
named "Sebastian," in Broadway-
Plymouth Rd. area. Reward. 663-

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
1 1-15 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
INCHES
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 roup of characters counts as one word.
Hvchenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

PERSONAL
PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
Photo I
Photo II
Photo III
Darkroom I
Camera/Darkroom I
Direct Color Print
Color Slide Devel.
Cibachrome Print
Lighting, B&W plus Color
Informal Portrait
Studio Techniques
Figure Photo
Matting & Mounting
Frameless Mounting
Nature Photo
Film Making
Underwater Photo
Modeling I
Modeling IT
Workohons start week of !January
17. Registration now open.

2 ROOMS' AVAILABLE for non- ROOM AND BOARD
smokers in 3 bedroom apt. close to -a-
campus. 663-7369. 11C116 WOMEN interested in cooperative
living - North Campus Co-ops are
RESIDENT MANAGER-Big rent re- interested in you. Several vacancies
duction for couple to do light care- for Winter Term. Call 662-4414, or
taking. 665-8825. 280121 stop by the Inter Co-operative
Council, Rm. 4002, Mich. Union.

PERSONAL
ONE - TO - ONE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP - Skill practice in
initiating, deepening, de-escalating
friendships. For 5 men, 5 women.
Jan. 21-23. Bob and Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 19F0120
AN ALTERNATIVE
Work with inmates. learn of
criminal "justice." Inmate Project
offers credit. Contact Susan Hilde-
brandt, 763-3548. 321123
PROJECT OUTREACH PERSONAL
GROWTH GROUPS, LEADERSHIP
TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Outreach consultants with skills in
group and individual intervention
are offering two groups for people
who are or would like to be group
leaders.
These offerings would be appropri-
ate for people preparing to go into
helping professions, people who
have been interested in group phe-t
nomena, or who have some experi-,
ence in leading different sorts of
groups.
Course credit may be available. In-
formational meeting Sun., Jan. 16,
MLB Lec. Rm. 1, 4-6 p.m. For
further information, call 663-9472
eves. 50F116
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY has
moved. 722 Brooks, Ann Arbor, 995-
4000. cF0219

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication 14 p.m. Fri.
for Sun. including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
^-e ir,, "rect insertion of an ad.
ALvert oents may be removed
from publicatiun but will be
billed according to original num-
'er of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pie-payment. ILe., 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
number of words-S 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. it
PERSONAL

LEAVING Ann Arbor Female space
in Bertrand Russel Co-op. Room,
board, sauna, free laundry, anda
more. Call Sara, 663-8880. Leave
message. 010119
GRAD / PROFESSIONAL W 0 M A
wanted to share house four miles
from campus. 971-0244, persistently
after 6:00. 96C121
FALL 77
EXTREMELY NICE
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
665-882;
Monday-Friday 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
QCtcj.

18E0116 i 116 or 662-2806. 31A01.18
HENDERSON HOUSE offers inexpen- LOST - Safety glasses with strap,
sive co-op living with 30 women on brown case. Paul, 665-2809. 28A0118
H'11 St. Immediate occupancy. 668- -~~~~~~----- -
6774 or 995-0122. 00E116 BUSINESS SERVICES

GOOD FOOD, good friends, Lester
House wants boarders. 900 Oakland,
761-4281. 11E1161
ROOMMATES
BURNS PK. Responsible person to
share. $120/elec. 769-2350. 10Y120
ALBERT TERRACE-Male roommate
needed. Modern, luxurious. Call 662-
2453 83Y0120
MALE WANTED for nice house close
to Arb. -Good roommates. Reason-
able. 761-8773. 76Y0116
WANTED - PERSON to share 2-
bdrm, furnished apt. with male
grad roommate. 3 blocks from cam-
pus. Good deal. Phone 668-8338 any-
time. 87Y0116
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Immediate
occupancy. Cooperative style house.
$80. 761-5648. 99Y119I
FEMALE GRAD roommate needed
for nice modern 2-bdrm. Fantastic
on-campus location. Parking, A/C.
Non-smoker. Call now. 994-3516. I
38Y116
WANTED TO RENT

University Towers
Apartments
SOUTH UNIVERSITY AT FOREST
0 2 blocks to campus
0 4 month winter term lease
0 Single liability lease
* Piano room and study lounge
0 Swimming pool
.24 hour security
* Laundry facilities within
building
Visit University Towers at 536 S.
Forest or call 761-2680. CMIlIS
FREE ROOM AND BOARD in ex-
change for assistance with elderly
gentleman. 662-9628 or 663-5107.
29C0116
LARGE 2-PERSON bdrm. and single
person bdrm. avail. in house right
off campus. $110/person/mo. Nego-
tiable. 663-0788. 360116
ROOMS FOR RENT near campus,
board optional. 995-5374. 8900120
TRANSPORTATION
CUT AIR TRAVEL COSTS up to 13.
You CAN save money using our new
Air Travel Referral Service. Call 482-
3480. We'll send details. Logisco In-
ternational. - coc

FEMALE GRAD, 28, and 2 sociable
male cats, seek friendly co-ed house
where people share cooking and eat-
ing Nancy 764-2572 days 453-2913
eves. 13L120
WE WANT a one bedroom apart-
mnnt, preferably with a yard, since
we have a small, housebroken dog.
Reward. Write Daily Box 420. 85L0118
WANT TO RENT 3 bedrooms in a
house with use of kitchen and
bathroom for fall '77. Must be close
to campus. 668-8981. 67L0116
TWO WOMEN ARE LOOKING FOR
A COZY TWO BEDROOM APT, with
a nice kitchen, decent living area,
close to campus and not outrageous-
ly expensive. So, I know we're look-
ing for the impossible, but it doesn't
hurt to try. If you want to sublet
something that sounds vaguely like
that for the summer and then let
us take-up the fall option, we'll be
forever grateful. Please call Debbie
at 764-0560, days or 764-9671, eves.
. . . or Lani at 764-0562, eves. dL116{
PHOTO SUPPLIES '
CASH PAID for old photographic1
equipment. Selling: Nikon, Bronica,I
Luna Pro: etc. 761-0214, evenings.
53D0118I

ACCURATE TYPING, 60c per page
Dave Saginaw, 764-0824, 6-7 p.m.
03J1213
GUITAR INSTRUCTION
Classical-Private or class lessons bs
concert performer. Reasonable rates
Guitar Gallery, 236 Nickels Arcade,
662-5888, or 485-0310, eve. 81J0122
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. 0417
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 B.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800, c.itc
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
EDITING, PRINTING, LETTERING
TELEPHONE DICTATION
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE
P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
cJtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE TO GOOD HOME - Green
Parakeet, female. Jan, 994-0266.
21T0118
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USED CRESTWOOD GUITAR, $55.
Call 761-9431. cX0128
LES PAUL, 1973, $400. 994-5960.
57X116
BAND LIGHTS. also Sunn PA
equipment; mixer, 2 amps, bottoms,
horns, 517-536-8343 evenings (near
Jackson). 60X0118
ROAD AMPS, Rowland pianos and
Earth amps available for in-store
demo. Call for appointment. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cX0126

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10 lines equals 1 inch 5words per line
USED CARS (_HELP WANTED'
'72 PINTO, blue body, white vinyl 10-20 HRS. WK. Help build small
top, A/C, radio. Drives like a dream. profitable business. Evenings, week-
Great buy for $800. 769..2652. 22N0122 ends good. Excellent earnings. (No
64 VW BEETLE, completely restored investment). 665-9611. 06H0116
to mint condition. Rust-proofed. UAC PRINT SHOP needs work-study
fter6 p.m. 15N121 student 5-10 hours/week. Print-
1968 VW FASTBACK. Body is solid, mimeo-sales, $3.00/hour. Call* 763-
good mechanical condition. Owned 1107. 19H0121
by VW dealership mechanic. Week-
days after 7, weekends anytime, 1- WANTED-PERSON to clean apart-
229-8942. 23N119 ment of profesisonal couple with no
_____children. 4 hrs./wk. $3.50/hr. Call
'71 HORNET, 6 cylinder stick shift. 995-2560 after 6 p.m. or weekends.
Good condition. $750 or best offer. 59H0121
Call between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. -
769-8326. 62N0118 DELIVERY DRIVERS:
-- /^ OW NERS Must be 18, part time only. Apply
VEGA O . R in person after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place. Start immedi-
With serious body rust or engine ately. 02H121
'ro feemsowithin er50 ship arerin- MOI'HER OF TWO needs college
vited to join a collective -consumer student for summer helper to live
effort to obtain satisfactory resti- in. Must swim. Call collect 557-6693
tution from GM. Call Hugh McPher- or write 24200 Pierce, Southfield,
son, 761-8813. 66N0118 MI 48075. 90H127
EARN EXTRA MONEY - Part-time
FOR SALE as a Shaklee distributor, selin

Art Worlds
913 So. Main St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone: 994-8400

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Life Drawing, Beg.
Tife Drawing, Anatdmy
Life Drawing, Adv.
Life Drawing, Practice
Creative Draw./Paint.
Acrylics
Oil
Warcol or
Art Design for Media
0o1or Concept
Calligraphv
Pottery, Hand or Wheel
Sculpture, Beg.
Sta'ined Glass, Beg.
S+W ned Glass, Adv.
Stained Glass, Beg./Adv.
01'ass Blowing, Beg.
Glass Blowing, Adv.
rlass Blowing, Workshop
Mlass Moding
Weaving, Primitive
Macrame/Basketweaving
Patehwork Quilting
BaftIk and Tie Dye
Silk screen Printing
Wood-krving
Woodblock Printing
Egg Decorating
Studio courses start week of Janu-
ary 17. Registration now open.

k2 ELITE SKIS, 190 cm. Solomon
5 40, Heierling boots, Scott2poles.
$150. 764-6702. 23B0122
FISCHER supperglass skis. Good
condition, 205 cm. Best offer. Bob,,
663-3763. 24B0119
PROGRAMMABLE CALCULATOR -
HP-55 with timer, linear regression,
conversions, free math pac. $225 or
best offer. Jim, 994-1268 eves.
16B119
UNICO COMPACT Refrigerator, ex-
cellent condition, $75; TEAC reel
to reel tape deck, auto reverse, sound
on sound, $200. 995-4436. 94B116
TEAC 360-S STEREO cassette,
tapes, extras. New condition. $210.
Craig, 761-1237. 40B116
BRAND NEW MATTRESS - Box
comb. 662-7186 after 6 p.m. 77B0116
GERARD turntable, dustcover; good
condition, $40, best offer. 995-7688.
75B0116
5 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR for sale.
Call 971-1869. dB0116
25 INCH COLOR T.V.' $200 or best
offer. Call Pete, 662-9449. 61B0116
MISCELLANEOUS
PRIVATE PILOT Ground School. 12
session course meets Monday nights,
7-9:30 in East Engineering, begin-
ning Jan. 17. $45 course fee includes
text Sponsored by IM Flyers.
72M0118
PINBALL & COFFEE
The Cross Eyed Moose and Tommy's
Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy
free coffee every morning. cM0227 I

top - quality products. Unlimited
earnings, qualify for car. Call Jeff
Meltzer at 764-3680. cH0212
WORK STUDY STUDENT with
background in nutrition or elemen-
tary education: Teach nutrition to
children, parents, and teachers. 10-
15 hrs./wk. $3 to $3.50/hr. Car.
Beverly Chethik, 973-9510. 65H116
BABYSITTER - My home, Packard-
Stadium area. 10-month-old. Tues-
day and Thursday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
995-4385. 71H0119
MASSEUSES WANTED. $8 hr. Apply
in person, 215 S. Fdurth Ave.
45H127
BUS BOYS WANTED to work for
lunch and/or dinner in return for
a meal. Call 761-5145, ask for Gary.
66H116
FULL TIME Salesperson wanted.
Must be willing to work, experience
preferred. Call Mr. Piku, 769-1400.
cH0119
WORK-STUDY-UAC needs a sec-
retary/aide. 763-1107. 30H0118
PERSONAL
ACT NOW-JOIN N.O.W.
Call often. 995-5494
95F122
GRAD HAPPY HOURS for the cam-
pus Jewish community resume on
Wednesday, 4:30-6:30 p.m., at 1429
Hill St. 79F0119
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast 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
ARE YOU in the doldrums? Buy
yourself something during our sale
at the Exhibit Museum Gift Shop-
Natural Science Museum Building,
Geddes and Nofth University, open,
Mon.-Fri., 9-4:30, Sat. & Sun. 1-5.
93F0 116

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ART STUDIO CLASSE

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Art Worlds
213 So. Main Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone: 994-8400
04F0118
DANCE STUDIO COURSES
Ballet, Beg.
Ballet, Cont.
Modern, Beg.
Modern I. pm
Modern II, pm
Modern I, am
Modern II, am
Jazz, Beg.
Jazz, Cont.
Creative Dance
Afro Dance
A f-o Dance Cont.
- ^cand Jazz
P- - Shop
P F i I (Belly Dance)
Hawaiian/Tahitian
Modern Ballroom
Disco/Contemp.
Appalachian Folk
Studio courses start week of Janu-
ary 17. Registration now open.
Art Worlds
213 So. Main Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone: 994-8400
06F0118
PHYSICAL ART COURSES
Yoga, Hatha
Tai Chi plus Karate
Women's Self Defense
Kung Fu
Fencing
Fencing Club
Mime
Courses begin .week of January 17.
Registration now open.
ART WORLDS
213 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, MI
994-8400
05F0118
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
JEWISH Student Journal is getting
organized. Interested people should
be at Hillel, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, or
call 663-3336 for details. 78F0118
BARGAIN ,CORNER

COPIES-212c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Root's Trio: Noel Cunningham,
piano; Ted Hartley, bass; Stanley
Slaughter, drums. Friday and Satur-
day evenings 9 p.m.-1 a.m. in the
club cocktail lounge in the Michigan
Union building. Ask hostess for a
free trial membership card. 763-2236.
cFtc
GESTALT WOMEN'S WEEKEND.
Jan. 21-23 (Fri. eve-Sun. after-
noon). Fee:. $35 ($15 deposit).
Leaders: Jane Hassinger, MSW j
Catherine Lilly. Info/registration:
662-2801, 994_4215. 73F119
PHIL, OH PHIL. I'd really love to
meet you but I do require those
references you promised. I ve made
it a policy not to philander with
anyone who doesn't have the right
connections. I do hope you under-
stand. And don't you think Mc-
Donald's is just a little tacky? How
about the Wolverine Den at mid-
night tonight? See you there lusty.
Justine Justine, dF0116
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 Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
WHAT'S NEW in face and eye
make-up? At the Village Apothecary
we will enjoy taking the time to
show you. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ave. cFtc
DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
dhist meditation group under the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche, meets weekly formedita-
tion and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

RIVENDELL is offering an on-going
Gestalt group on Weds., 7-9. Call
Pat Anthony or Cendra Parks at
761-9195. 22F0116
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQUICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
cFtc
BREAKOUT!
The latest in video screen games
is at the Cross Eyed Moose, 613 E.
Liberty. Open everyday, cF0226
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Here's theropportunity for prac-
tical experience working with
young. people. Innovative Tutorial
offers credit. Contact Ellen Offen,
763-3348. 31F123
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZLE
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THINKING OF WAYS
TO MAKE MONEY?
Sell commissioned subscriptions
for
Call or come down
764-0560
420 Maynard
ask for DEBBIE

CROS 3rigDun PUZL
CROSSWORD PUZZLE

FACULTY MEMBER WITH 16 month
old daughter wishes to organize
cooperative play group with one to
two year olds. 665-5459. 43M118
HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED TYPIST (male or
female) needed for educational re-
search firm. 60-70 wpm; 20 hr./wk.;
$2.75-3.00/hr. Offers flexible hours,
campus location in lovely old house,
casual atmosphere, free parking.
E.O.E. Contact FERA, 994-9060.
29H118
DEPRESSED? Feel hopeless? Perhaps
we can help. We are conducting a
research study, using medication
for depression. If you are 18-65 and
have no acute medical problems,
you may be a candidate for our
study. Participants are paid $50 and
are involved for a four-week period.
Call 763-5320, Tues. or Thurs., 10-3.
26H120

JACK WHITE is coming to the
Union. Watch for him on Feb. 7th.
cF0116
HATHA YOGA class, 640 Oxford,
Thursdays, Jan. 20-March 17, 8 p.m.
Call 995-5483 or come on Jan. 20.
$16. 47F120
TWO WORKSHOPS with Peter
Fleming, Pellin Institute. Feb. 3-6.
Sex, Love, Affection: Intimate rela-
tions Feb. 10-13. People work: train-
ing in Gestalt methods. Details 665-
2397. 54F123
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Ihrough B e h a v 1oior Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.

ACROSS
1 Praise
5 Poker term.
8 The real thing:
Slang
13 Type of mountain
range, geological-
ly speaking
15 Judge of Israel
16 Existent
17 Dried coconut
meat
18 Re-echoes
20 Ancient Greek
play: Phrase
22 Paddle
23 Promise to pay
24 --'clock

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}J HELP WANTE
store. Call 761
Mon.-Fri., 10-4.

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Fraternity Coording'Couneil
announces
Mass Meetin
THURSDAY JANUARY 7:30

D in Chinese food cFtc
-8020 for interview,
88H0120 ON-GOING PERSONAL GROWTH
GROUPS FOR WOMEN , (includes
Gestalt and body work). TUES. EVE-
NINGS: 7:30-10 (Feb. 1-Mar. 22);
WEDS. AFTERNOONS: 1-3 (Feb. 2
Mar. 23). Sliding scale. Leaders:
Catherine Lilly, Ruth Bigelow. Info/
registration: 662-2801, 663.8446.
18F0130
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc,

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CAROL AND PHYLLIS F.-
I LOVE YOU - BOTH, MADLY,
THEOPHILUS. cFtc
ISRAELI FOLKDANCING. Join the
many each Sunday, 1-3 p.m., at
Hiliel, 1429 Hill St. Instruction for
beginners and advanced. $.25.
73F0118
U.J.A. STUDENT Campaign is get-
ting organized. Interested people
should be at Hillel for 5:30 Sunday
meeting. 74F0116
SMIXEDBOWLING Leagues - Now
forming, sign up now. Michigan
Union Lanes. cF0116
ACU.I Tournaments for men and
women. Pocket Billiards Sat. & Sun.,
Jan. 22-23, 12 p.m. Bowling, Sat.,
Jan. 22, 10 a.m Mich Union. cF$121

FIRST PLAYER
at the Cross Eyed Moose receives
50 cents worth of pinball. Open
10:00 a.m. weekdays, Sun. at noon,
Fri. & Sat. 11:00 arm. 613 E. Liberty
cW0225
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STORE
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$8.00-$1 5.00
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$5.98

34 Muse
36 Common, in
Hawaiian
37 Covered with
makeup
38 Crater part
39 Churchill Downs
events
41 Gridiron scores
for short
42 Certain fertile
areas
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1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
44 Hard tennis
stroke
45 Puffed up, as with
conceit '
47 Verandas, in
South Africa
49 Handle: Lat.
51 Wane
52 Unit of work
55 Kind of cookie
59 Destroyed a large
part of
60 Notch
61 Spenser's name
for Ireland
62 -- Voce Poco
Fa"
63 Rulers
64 German port on
the North Sea
65 Ad --
66 Egyptian god
DOWN
1 Prefix
meaning'lmilk"
2 Island greeting
3 The elite:
Colloq.
4 Pay -
5 Liars of a kind
6 Genus of trees
7 Relative of 't ain't
8 Hero of a sort:
Phrase

9 Uproar
10 Summon
11 Part of a range
12 Affirmative
14 Saroyan char.
acter: Phrase
19 Is indebted:.
Poet.
21 Away: Scot.
26 Man's name:
Abbr.
27 Lake region
Indians
29 Covering
30 Troubles
31 Hurry
32 Span. miss
33 Bricklayers'
troughs
35 Dutch city
40 Elec. abbr.
43 Confused
46 Of frogs
48 Initials of a
British honor
50 Pianist Ruben-
stein
53 -bell
54 Grind
(the teeth)
55 Rudiment
56 Chilled
57 Good, in Italy
58 Coffee grind
59 Cutting tool

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Middle: Fr.
Keen-witted
-- off (brush
aside)

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