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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 15, 197+

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ROOMMATES
FEMALE WANTED to share large 1.
bedroom apt. $112.50/mo. 418 E.
Washington St., No. 9. 668-7043 or
663-3641. 85Y1029
ONE MALE needed for 2 bedroom/
4 person apartment. Close to cam-
pus. 663-4461. 64Y1016
MALE ROOMMATE needed to share1
one bedroom apartment close to
campus. $115/mo. includes all util-
Ities. Call 668-7830. 69Y1020
GOOD VIEES - Two female room-
mates needed in friendly co-op.
Homey atmosphere, excellent, well-
balanced meals. Private bathroom,
laundry facilities. $125/month, on
S. Forest. Call Ann or Fred at 761-
1058. 45Y1019?
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for
2-bdrm., 4-person apt. close to oen-
tral campus. Call 662-1656. 40Y1019
Share A HOUSE-Working or grad
female wanted to share a furnisheds
house. No lease, $80/mo, plus share
of utilities. Available immediately.
No tooacco smokers, please. Call
662-0355. 72Y1017j
FEMALE ROOMMATE, own room,
bi-level furnished apt. Albert Ter-
race. 663-4629 persistently. 52Y1014
MALE NEEDED to fill 2-bedroom,1
4-person apt. Centrally located, good
furniture. 712 Oakland, Apt. No. 4.'
$82.50/month. 662-6237. 16Y1015
WANTED TO RENT'
ROOM WANTED in friendly coop-
erative house with graduates. Write
Box 15, Daily. 48L1017
WANTED-Great place to live for
grad couple. 663-1280. 35L1022
FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT downtown, no
lease. 761-1734. 72C1017
SUNNY, ONE bedroom campus apt.
Spacious and furnished. Garage
available. $196. Call after 6, 662-
4917. 27C1015

SUBLET

BIKES, SCOOTERS

USED CARS

PETS AND SUPPLIES

HELP WANTED
SORORITY NEEDS square dance
caller. If able and interested call
Paula, 66-0844, as soon as pOssible.
dH1016
HELP WANTED: IBM Composer op-
erator, key-lining and layout help-
ful. Experience also helpful. but
will train fast typist. Arbor Instant
Printing, 214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-
4664. 89H1026
J U N I O R SECRETARY, excellent
typing (70 wpm), shorthand, spell-
ing and organizational skill re-
quired. Only full-time, hard work-
ers need apply for this position. Call
Toya at 662-5575 for an appointment
and interview. 50H1016'
BUS PEOPLE
Part-time days. Easy hours. Great
working conditions. Apply in person
before noon or after 3, at Great

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RESPONSIBLE PERSON or persons 74 SUZUKI 380. Good condition. 1967 CHEVY BEL-AIR Station Wa- PUPPIES - FREE to good homes.
wanted for sublet Jan. thru April Must sell. $700, or best offer. 668- gon. New tires (including snows). Father--Irish Setter, Mother-Hus-i
or May. 1-bedroom apt. in house, 2 6776. 74Z1021 great running condition. Reliable. kie-Shepherd mix. Nice markings, aI
min. from campus, parking, furnish- $175. Call 995-3406. dN1017 nice disposition. 668-6931 evenings.'
ed, including large desk, piano. Sor- 1967 YAMAHA YCS street scrambler. 41T1015
ry, lease prohibits pets. 761-8688 180cc, 6,500 actual miles, excellent
evnig.761-86880'condition except in need of new RIF-OFF my Ghia VW Conv. '68. AKC NORWEIGIAN ELKHOUND,
.shifting forks. $150. Cheap trans- lousy body, solid engine. Nearly new male, $25. Call 483-5973 dT
portation. 663-0225 after 5 p.m. 5 tires-top, Reliable trans. Call
ble, North Campus. 763-1744. 36U1026 261017 after 5:00 p.m., BUSINESS SERVICES 1

PERSONAL

ROOM AND ROA RDn LOST AND FOUND '65 DODGE Coronet; good running
,......A;,.- !till (';call (mA fli9fl

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condition. $11U. uan yv4-U1GL.
2:AN1016

WOMEN, immediate openings in FOUND: Man's watch, Wed.. Oct. 13, ---..- .
North CentlCampus Cops ap- Aud. B, Angel Hall. Call 763-5146 or '67 PONTIAC Sedan, automatic.
prox. $33 & 41,z hrs. work/wk. Share 995-4293. dA1017 Price negotiable. Call Dave S., 995-
responsibility & decision - making. -- 5213, eves and weekends. 04N1015
LOST: Small gold ring with great
Call ICC, 662-4414 75E1024 sentimental value. 761-8688. 91A1020 USED POSTAL VEHICLES
ROOM - Madison & Division, no FOUND-Gray-white male cat. Near FOR SALE
kitchen. $75/mo. Nick, 668-8132. Museum of Art. Call M. Light, 1969 14 ton Jeeps, 2 wheel drive, 4.
73E1019 weekdays, 764-5404. dA1016 cylinder, automatic, non-slip differ-
~~~~~~-- -~~~ ential, various colors, low mileage.
MUSICAL MDSE, LOST CALICO, shorthair cat. White 1970 2 ton Ford van, 150 cu. ft.
with brown and black spots from cargo area, ideal for camper, tool
RADIOS, REPAIRS 8th St. and Washington area. Cali truck, etc. 6 cylinder, automatic,
-__.---~ __.-_____--.. 761-0140 persistently. Reward! non-slip differential, low mileage.
FOR SALE: STA-65D AM/FM stereo 51A1017 Can be examined daily, 8-4, at U.S.
amplifier, 14" color TV, excellent -------- - -- ------- . Postal Office garage, 2075 W. Sta-
condition. Jim, 764-5606 evenings. FOUND - Female cat. Longhair, dium. Information: call 769-7100,
8aX019 Tortoise-shell, de-clawed. Call 663- ext. 436, George Porter. 19N1015

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CUSTOM T-SHIRTS for teams, LakesatEllsworCompany, S.
clubs, cliques, Fraternities, and Ro at - __ 5H0
Sororities. Free estimates by Brain- BUSINESS MANAGER on work-
storm Graphics, 665-5005. 39J1029 study wanted immediately. Intern-
TYPING - Accuracy gurned ship as staff assistant, work toward
TYse rate s50Acpera gt'aranteed. directorship for school yeart77-78.
B ts50perpage. Ask Dave Prefer sophomore or junior. Call
<Saginaw,' 764-0824. anytime. )Emer- Sandra Hunter, T-C Urban Corps,
gencies ONLY after midnight,? 483-2061. Mon.-Fri., 1:00-5:00. Many
PLEASE!). 68J1020:other jobs available. Average pay
- - -- - --- -.._ -_..._ __ . . _ _ _ $ , 0 h 11 H 0 6
TYPING, dissertations, thesis pa- $3.00/hi. 191106
pers, know all forms and styles. PIZZA DRIVERS wanted. Must have
Reasonable rates. Call Arlene, 487- own car. Little Caesar's, North.
3134. 93J1015 Campus. 665-8626. 29H1022
STUDENT typing on campus, rea- UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be ac-
sonable, day or night. 665-4286. cepting applications for winter book
23J1102 rush, 1977, October 1-15. Further1
.YIG-N-ITIG --- information andc/or application may,
TYPING AND PRINTING, B11 Ebe obtained at information desk in
Michigan, Ypsilanti 4854800. cJtc rear of the main store, ground floor
_______ _______Michigan Union. Monday-Thursday,
9-9, Friday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-5,
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL Sunday 12-5. 96H1015
TYPIST y .

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USED GIBSON FLATTOP GUITAR. ! -- ------ ANTIQUES
Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main. LOST-$25 reward - smooth brown
cX1015 leather ladies purse, at Wake Forest ~
- ------ game Sec. 1, .Row 49. Finder please ANN ARBOR - THE ANTIQUES
USED MARTIN GUITAR. Don, 761- return to Mich. Athletic Dept, lost MARKET, Sunday, Oct. 17, 5055
9431. cXI015 and found or call 668-6937. 25A1015 Saline-Ann Arbor Rd., Exit 175 of
- -.-- _I-94. Over 200 dealers quality an-
QUALITY reel-to-reel Dokorder 7100. FOR SALE tiques & select collectibles only,
Excellent specifications. $225. 668- everything guranteed for authentic-
7414. 60X1019 1ity, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. FEATURING: A-4
CRATES FOR SALE at Arborland over 60 old boxes; A-6, A-11, F-7
GIBSON Les Paul Custom. Black. Flea Market. This Sat. and Sun.- GLASS, Sandwich, Flint & Pattern
Excellent condition. $400. Call Mike, 75c-$1.50-$2.50 (new), Thank you. A-9 VanderVeer DOLL COLLEC-s
9-5 at 995-0889. 63X1015 83B1017 TION. old books incl. leather bound;
----E3ro-i A-11 GUNS & SWORDS; A-9, A-14,
STEREO REPAIR by student in own SEWING MACHINE, 3 yrs. old, like A-26. D-31 DOLLS; A-15 PENN pine
home. Faster and cheaper than new. Call 995-5375 evenings. 55B1017 server w gallery; cherry SHERATON'
commercial shops. Guaranteed. Call ~- ~ .-chest; curly maple candlestand;
Dick, 662-5395. 65X1020 SLALOM KAYAK. Paddle and life- early red linen table covers; bow-
_ _ _ _vest. $95. 761-0387. 82B1017 back WINDSOR armchair; FLO-
GUITAR, accoustic Yamab with ..bak WNSR rmhi; L-
case, like new, $150. 994-5248 GOOSEDOWN Gerry sleeping bag, BLUE "Scinde" teapot, mint also
4 7X1017 $50.00. 663-7715 evenngs. 46B1015 "Chensi" teacup w/saucer mint.
47X10'} $50_.00. --__66363--77.1 vng. ~A-32 fanback WINDSOR. B-I sgnci
SHEEPSKIN COATS TIFFANY lamps, stained glass win-
PHOTO SUPPLIES ests and hats for men, womendows, Vict. furn. B-19 Nautical dec.
__sdsr ewmnFURN.; GUNS. B-24 PENN com-
WA LENSES for Nikon. 35 Upsilon ,769-8555. cBtc back WINDSOR w ears, also fan-
28 Soligor, each $60. Ted, 761-0828, back w/ears; CHIPPENDALE curly
after 10 p.m. 43D1020 MISCELLANEOUS maple table; WINDSOR cradle old
- -- --- ;paint. 0-14 COUNTRY STORE & f
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM ADVERTISING n o s t a 1 g i a. C-171
-.--All skill levels invited. First meet- SHERATON chest w/beautiful inlaid
ing Mon., Oct. 18, 8-10 p.m. Also apron: CHERRY chest also drop
Wed., Oct. 20, 6-8 p.m. Tennis Gym front desk: PINE sideboard. C-31
/MPUS in Central Campus Rec. Bldg. CENNTENNIAL c o m f o r t e r. D-34
98M1019 CLOCKS, TRUNKS, CAMERAS. E-1
restored furn. small items, childrens
NA PPY\corner. D-9 HAVILAND matching.
HA PP F-3 cobalt & blue fish set. F-5
CHRISTMAS ornaments 1880-1930
BI R TH DAY incl. wax. F-15A ADV. signs, prints,
DRUG STORE items. Much more.'
1 A"Come early. 62AA1015

WANTED: Short female companion.
Future wife prefer ed for Med. stu-
dent, tooth brusher. John Denver
Freak. Beaver Kisser. Wll iuarantee
financial s,'curi t. Call 764-2658 a
guIv . 93F1015
POLY FOAM
Mattresses and cushions cut to aov
sizc. Shredded foam blown into
your pillows.
CLARK'S OUTLET'
954 Ecorse Rd.
Ypsilanti. Michigan
Ph. 482-4752 eFt1109
THE LATEST in hair care grooming
products. U-M Stylists at the Union.
cFt015
ATTRACTIVE, desperate male grad-
uate student seeks female of similar
characteristics, Michigan Daily Box
16. 65F1016
GOT TO GET HERE EARLY so you
can play late. Pinball. Bowling. and
Bililards at the Union. cP1016
GOT THE tired, ragged out T-Shirt,
blues? Just step up to the Attic,
'cause we've got the cure!! The At-
tic has the latest in junior sports-
wear and dresses. Now open next.
door to the Shoe Hut, at 1208 S.
University. 95F1015
BOYFRIEND WANTED: Will pay
well for exciting weekend. Call Kay
or Cindy, 662-9377. 00F1016
DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
dhis meditation group tinder the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche. meets weekly for medita-
tion and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
S T U D E N T S - GOTTA' WATCH
THOSE PENNIES? Then try the
Michigan League Cafeteria Student
Specials: 11:30-1:15 & 5-7:15 Monday!
thru Saturday. Sundays 11:30-2:15.
Reasonable prices, delicious food.
fantastic atmosphere! 61F1016
DREAMS WORKSHOP. Gestalt work,
art, & Psychodrama. Oct. 22-24. Bob
& Margaret Blood. 769-0046. 32F1021
RAPE VICTIMS sought by Feminist
for interview. Strictly confidential.
Call Jane, 665-4779. 37F1017
Offset Printing. Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOMEj
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
FUN-LOVING SISTER has hopes of
meeting really together brother.
Good humor, with intelligence a
must. Disco party boogie get down.
Daily Box 1, dF018
DIDN'T YOUR mother always tell
you to dress warmly on cold winter j
days? So why don't you come in
and see us at the Attic? We'll outfit
you in snug, warm sweaters, pants,
and skirts, just to make mother
happy. The Attic is now open next
door to The Shoe Hut, at 1208 S.
University.~ 95F1015
DEAR CUSTOMER - Our Sugges-
tions for Preparation of Your Orig-
inals - PHOTOGRAPHS AND PIC-
TURES-These reproduce very well,
especially if black and white. MAR-
GINS-Leave 4 inch margin clearj
around the outside edges.
ALBERT'S COPYLING, 995-0444
cF1103

IBM self-correcting with
ribbon. Dissertations, mai
term papers. Reasonable rat
pus location. Call Jim, 665-
NEW
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carbon EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
nuscripts, For year round, highly experimen-
es. Cam- tal, creative arts community pro-
6906. gram. Must be well founded in the
cJ1101 arts, experienced in bookkeeping,
- -~~ fund-raising and public relations.
Challenging, pioneering work. Salary
$10,000 to start. Reply to: Search
Committee, 2110 Sherwood Ave.,
Toledo. OH. 43614 or (419) 385-4053
or 385-2614 30H1024
L.P.N.s
NEW SALARY RATES
The Veteran Administration Hos-
pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an
.ND active teaching hospital affiliated
with the U. of M., has immediate
positions available for license prac-
tical nurses in Med.-Surg. and ICU.
These are permanent U.S. Civil
a Service positions with a full range
)sition. of civil service benefits. The salaries
aranteed for L.P.N.s with no experience are
ing, $8,396; with six months experience
iy. $9,147; and with one and one-half
. years or more experience $9,923.
Effective in November, these initial
base pay rates will be increased to
$9384. $9,978 and $10.543 respective-
L ly.10 shift differential is paid
j for~ afternoon and midnight shifts.
For an immediate interview,
please call Mr. Norman Eaton, Per-
sonnel Service, V.A. Hospital, Ann
ti, Mich. Arbor, Michigan. (313) 769-7100. An
434-1984 Equal Opportunity Employer.
cJ1212 67H11028

PERSONAL
WieCome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME
ROOM
611 CHURCH
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print
ed while-U-wait!. MBL PRESS, 121
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFt
SPECIAL
DISSERTATION
LOWEST PRICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIE5
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 So. University, 769-0560
cFt
WATCH THIS SPACE for our week
! specials: Kryptonite bike locks
$15 00, "The Tape." $2.00; al
sporting goods 30c off.
ALLSPORT BICYCLES
2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall 663-223
cF121
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod o
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
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ASTRO - ANALYSTS by Luel Ti.
tunik, British trained astrologer
Private or group sessions for non
threatening, creative problem eol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Amen
:ard. 994-1311. oF1212
COPIES-2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFt
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v 1 0r Modification
Weight Control National, 994-0019
cFt
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFt
PETER FREELAND and his guita
will be appearing for your cocktai
and dinner pleasure Monday-Thurs.
day from 5-9 p.m. at the BluE
Frogge, 611 Church St. 90F102
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
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1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
eft,
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92M1015
BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00; Olym-{
pia Portable Typewriter, recently
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM
USED VACUUMS
6 month guarantee. We service all
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc

TRAVEL

IT'S GOOD to see
You've come this far.
The game's not over
So back to your car.
There is a place,
Where kids play 'til dark,
A surprise will be there
IThe place is Burns ...

I AM a full-time, free lance typist P
with considerable experience typing PERSONAL
books, dissertations, papers. I type. - ------
over 100 wpm. perfect accuracy; GRADUATE STUDENT needs tot
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. contact former Peace Corps volun-t
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, teers for material for thesis. Please;
665-0166. cJl2l2 send name and address to: T.
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DiSSERTATION SORORITY NEEDS square dance ing and marginal profits assure you
caller. If able and interested cal thatzyour diamond will be an in-
SPECIALISTS Paula, 663-0844, as soon as possible. vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
Typing, Copying, Binding dF1016 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
Editing, Notary Service HAND-MADE Stained Glass Sun FRE U
812 South State Street Catchers with pressed flowers. Little REE UB
New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave., in given to each new record holder on
by9ppinmet4 Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmers 11 our pinball machines at the,
or bappointment -3 Mak F 5 CROSS-EYED MOOSE, 613 E. Lib-
cJtc et)erty. Open 10:00 a.m.-midnight. r
TYIN - - - cF1 024
and Business Services. Experienced- Hcri s
Qualty-Reasnabe. Brbaa BWHEN YOU think of prescriptions,
Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda, think of us. Village Apothecary._
995-4223. cJ1212 1112 S Univ. Ave, cFtc_
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students. 429-9241. 24J1019
HELP WANTED
CASHIER NEEDED afternoons at
self-service gas station, Mon.-Fri.,
2445 W. Stadium. Apply in person
before 3 p.m. 994-9872. 98111017
HELP WANTED
Waitresses. Call Thano at Thano's
Lamplighter, 665-7003, or stop in for
application. 421 E. Liberty. 87111017
EARN EXTRA MONEY Parttime as
a Shaklee distributor, selling top-
quality products. Unlimited earn-
ings, qualify for car. Call Jeff Melt-
zer at 764-3680. cH0212
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, part-time only. No car
necessary. Apply in person after 4
p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place H8111020
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Classifieds

LEV 'S DEN I MS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionols
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.00-$15.00
Heavy 100%
Cotton Flannels
both western and
work styles.
Winter Coats
207 E. Liberty
663-8611
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We're starting a warming trend.

ACROSS
1 Show of affection
7 Tropical tree
12 Ridge east of
Jerusalem
13 Gets to the top
15 Famous muralist
16 Diffuse
18 Wood sorrel
19 Greatly excited
21 Done
22 Norse name
24 Stiffened
26 Chanted
27 Talent, for exam-
ple
29 Concerning
31 School gp.
32 Biggers' detec
tive
34 Very important
worker
36 Nobelist in psy-
sics, 1909
39 Very ugly
things: Colloq.
40 Melodious
41 "Vissi d'-,"
Puccini aria
42 Playing marble
43 Annotates
46 The "Forsyte"
and others
50 Cat call

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52 Melodramatize:
Colloq.
54 St. - ,town of
NW France
55 Raised off the
bottom, as an
anchor
57 Wolf in "The
Jungle Book"
59 Labor gp.
60 Period of pre-
history
62 Friend of

Alphonse
Kind of sale
Frances of TV
Small structures
More rosy

11 Prepare the way
for: Phrase
13 Airfield section
14 Herald of the Iliad
17 Mystery writers'
awards
20 Middle-Eastener
23 Painting done on
dry plaster
25 Home of a Bib-
lical witch
28 Pronoun
30 Lawyer's concern
33 Battery part
35 Decorator's color
36 Important mem-
bers of 31 Across
37 Operatic solo
38 Harsh
39 "Marry in
44 Adult insects
45 Carfare
47 Like some horses
48 "It's- to me"
49 Oklahoman
51 Windlass
53 "Enigma Varia-
tions" composer
56 Seeger, for one
58 Berne's river
61 Help
63 Went to sea:
Abbr.
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Great for the gal who doesn't want cold weather to cramp her
style. Featuring soft, tan leather uppers; insulated with thick
foam and stitched like a quilt for puffy comfort; unique, flex-
ible rubber bottom with molded-in arch support for warm walk-

ing comfort. BASS 100 PUFFIES-They're a step ahead.
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GROW YOUR OWN UNDER LITES
* Complete selection of indoor lite gardening
supplies.
. Flourescent fixtures-books-peat pots.
" Grow tubes-soil test kits-fertilizers.
* Our own specially blended soil mix.
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2 Namesakes of a
Roosevelt
3 Sheridan play
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4 Poetic tidhe
5 Evening, in Italy
6 Assistants
7 Blow gently
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