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HELP WANTED
FEMALE GRAD. Student with
pleasing personality to personally ;
a s s i s t disorganized businessman
part-t'me, flexible hours. 761-1528,.
761-5410. 33H1022
PERSONAL

_______________ - - -.- .---- --.----..---GROUP OF PROFESSIONALS, uni-
ROOMMATES WANTED TO RENT TICKETS BUSINESS SERVICES USED CARS -i feso touointi proand
able. spare-time business for second
FEMALE ROOMMATE, own-room in MY DOG AND I are looking for a WANTED - Any two section 25 WILL GIVE private guitar lessons 1974 260 Z DATSUN-Silve, 4 speed, income (no investment). 665-9611.
4 bdrm. rustic farmhouse. 10 min. nice place 10 live, from Dec./Jan. tickets for Minn. game. 764-5977. in exchange for piano, language, imags, air, undercoating, AM/FM, 72F1026
from campus, 11 acres, no 'lease, for one full year. We are both very 77Q1023 boxing, martial arts, or fencing les- $4500. Call 557-4929, 12 till 5, M, T,
$105 month. 994-5837. 50Y1023 cleanand congenial. Must have -- T- - - Hk- E ksons.995-0539. 84J1028 Th, F. 58N1026 WE KNOW ABOUT COMFORTU-M
______- - - - . own bedroom. Near campus. Contact! WANTED-THREE tickets to U of sn.9503.-. .-- - -----' -- Stylists at the Ijnion, cF1022
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for Karen at 995-3055, 82L1024 M/OSU game. Call 663-4761, Ron. PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH tutoringCHEVY, BEL AIR 1968 2-door,.man- -----
2-bdrm . four person apt. (8 mos. O D wn a2-specialty work in composition-Con- ual transmisison, 6 cylinder, good WANT TO MAKE A DEAL? For
66216. lease on 1 or 2-bdrm. apt. starting FOR SALE temporary American Lit. - creative running condition. $250 or best large wine orders try us. The Vil-
662-1656. 51Y1022 Winter '77. 764-4646 830-10 a.m. and 2 TICKETS TOGETHER, 35 yard writing. Tutor has M.A. in English, offer. 665-6761 or 763-2215. 68N1022 lage Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave.
ROOMMATE WANTEDe Female 1:20p.m,-midnight 18L1021 line meat Michigan-Indiana foot- ushin creative st writing, andprone VO O 196 Needs FtE
grad or working woman to share -ATDG"t® aeto - o 3 om. o ponmn ndrtsrn eLLavn onfrNYC ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual-
WATDGetpaet iefr!2.pes o ponmn n ae uswl.Laigtw o ...large West Side house,. Occupancycal9507evngs8J24M tscrfe.3-4-97dyee-iyndpcatybdn.29S
negotiable. Call Joan, eves, 663-3137. grad couple 663-1280. 35L1022 Ca4 668-6485 persistently call 995-0507, evenings. 87J1024 Must sacrifice. 313-549-4957 day, eve- ttate, 11-6 95 0. cF0219
-dQlO22 -_ --- - _ __-___- -f-pings. 66N1022Ste,1-MF,9540. F21
55Y1027 1MA N D BOARD TYPING SERVICES, IBM correting -- ---- - - SEE OUR Lileholmen candles from
ROOM__ _ AN BAR Sletrcda o eenng 769-2256. SEUURLIALIWCPcadlsro
FEMALE ROOMMATE Needed-Own --- -- - -- - MUSICAL MDSE., Selectric, ay or evenings, 25J124 HELP WANTED Sweden. Extremely long - burning
Room. Washer/Dryer. $80 & share WOMEN, immediate openings in -OE I-T / - --WT S - - -- - and inexpensive. L i t t 1 e Dipper
utilities. LInda, 971-9164. 21Y1023 North Central Campus Coops, ap- RTHEEPACRWIAA, EI /WAITRESSES.Full-timeCandles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerry-
- --- prox. $33 & 4 hrs. work/wk. Share I H E ECR E TAR A days. Experienced. Apply in person. town (adjacent to Farmers Market).
ROOMMATE'. WANTED - 2-bdrm. responsibility & decision - making. HERNANDIS G U I T A R S, classical H 3-5 Thurs, & Fri. Blue Frogge, 611 cF1021
apt., excellent location, w/parking. Call ICC, 662-4414. 75E1024 and steel. 404 li.st. 665-7348. cXtc DISSERTATION Church St. 86H1022
662-5964 or 665-7891. 22Y1021 -- __--- BA U srmsaSPECIALISTS DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
BAROQUE Instruments - Harpsi .~K hs~mdtto ru ne h
MAISC EL LANEOUSdhist meditation group under the
FEMALEWANTED to share large 1- M chord, virginal for sale. Cheap. 761- Typing, Copying, Binding R . S direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
bedroom apt. $112.50/mo. 418 E. -- ---6681. 40X1022 Editing, Notary Service Rinpoche, meets weekly for medita-
Washington St., No, 9. 668-7043 or 2D0 TMIS FreICTnce rt Fi., Oct_812 South State Street The Veteran Administration Hospi- tion and study. For injormaton
663-3641. 85Y1029 22, Hill Auditorium at 8:00 p.m STEREO COMPONENTS tal, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an active phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc!
_ ____ -{ Professor John McCollum-tenor, STE4O New Hours: 11 o.m.-6 p.m. teaching hospital affiliated with the
FOR RENT University Choir and Wind Ensem- ;smart-don't overpay. Call B.L. Co., or by appointment 994-3594 U. of M. has immediate positions ATTRACTIVE professional man, 30,
FORNTble. Works by Foss and Henze. 995-9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc cJtc ravailablefor registered nurses in LA-raised, rurally stranded by job.
76M1022I Med.-Sur. and ICU. , Sensitive, tender, supportive, ex-
HAVE YOUR OWN room in female-.. ... . . . .. . . . . . . . TYPING AND PRINTING. IBMj These are permanent U.S. Civil tremely sensual, but also (at times)
apartment. S. University, free park- Wi NE TASTING WANTED TO BUY Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E. Service positionswith a full range demandin, condescending, sarcas-
ing. $130. 995-4824, 971-2675. 60C1024 - Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc of civil service benefits: The start- tic. Seeks intelligent,affectionate,
CLASSES WANTED! FREE PIANO! Music stu- ----ing base salary is $10,716k to $14,9/p quasigni, ei
IMMEDIATE occupancy for two An-introduction to the selection, dent needs tunable piano w/88 I AM a full-time, free lance typist and up paer anno ndependen o table mquasi- preferably smi -
p e r s on s in friendly cooperative tasting, and service of wines from working keys. Will pick it up. 995- with considerable experience typing education and experience. A 10% about careerp f c
house. Great meals, private bath- the major wine-producing areas of 0539. 85K1028 books, dissertations, papers. I type shift differential is paid for after- si.un iplans)o ecompan on-
rooms, laundry facilities and study the world. Twenty-eight wines will -^-- over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy noon and midnight shifts. For an s MI 42, n0Fmn.,
rooms. $125/month. S. Forest. Call be tasted on four consecutive WANTED-One good-sized rug for guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. immediate interview please call Mr.
Ann or Fred at 761-1058. 7001026 Thursday evenings, beginning Oct. dorm room. Good condition, reason- IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, Norman Eaton, Personnel-Service, FRTPL
Th-s-y-enng, e-n-n-Ot able price. Sharon, 764-6959. dK1021 1665-O'1f6, cJ1212 Nra ao.PronlSrie FIRST PLAYER
28 Classes will be held at the Ann __.__9_ __-1 _ V.A. Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan.!
$160MoNTh.P994-0198. r3rent2' Arbor Inn, beginning at 7:30 p.m. (313) 769-7100. extension 231. An at the Cross-Eeyed Moose receives
P0TE A99 8 0 d PPLIES -- -. __ ,-Ennal, tnity E ler 50 cents in pinball. Open 10 a.m.,

PERSONAL
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRES. 1217!
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
YOU
ARE INVITED'
TO ATTEND THE
GIANT s
BATTLE
OF
ESCAPES
HALLOWEEN
AFTERNOON
AT %
PIONEER H.S.
TICKET HOLDERS
MAY EXAMINE
ALL RESTRAINING
DEVICES ONE
HOUR BEFORE
SHOWTIME.
TICKETS FOR
THIS UNIQUE EVENT
ARE NOW
AVAILABLE AT
Aura Sound, 540 E. Liberty
Pizza Bob's, 814 S. State
Cross-Eyed Moose, 613 E. Liberty
Crow Quill Graphics, 303 E. Liberty
Flipper McGee's in Ypsilanti
89F1021
DEAR CUSTOMER - Our Suggesr
tions for Preparationof Your Orig-,
inals-PASTE-UPS-Be sure all cor-
ners are secure. If shadows occur
scotch tape on the surface is the'
remedy. This produces a clean im-
pression.
ALBERT'S COPYING. 995-0444
cF1212
DO YOU THINK ONLY STRANGE
PEOPLE WOULD RESPOND TO A
P E R S O N A L ADVERTISEMENT?
Well, I think so, too--convince me
otherwise by answering my ad if
you're an intelligent, interesting,
fairly normal male with no over-E
bearing idiosyncrasies. NOW-if you
think only, strange people write
personal ads, let me convince you
otherwise by wying that I am an
attractive, intelligent female who
occasionally likes unorthdox things
(like meeting people through per-
sonal ads). Interested? Write Mich-
igan Daily Box 3. dF1023
PLAY PINBALL AND
FOOSBALL
ot the Cross-Eyed Moose
613 E. Liberty
open 10:00 a.m.-midnight on week-
days; 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. on Fri.
& Sat.; 12-12 Sun. cF1120i
ATTRACTIVE LADY would like to
marry a", good-hearted man aged
27-40. Call Donna at 668-9618 be-
tween 5 & 6 p.m. Oct. 21, 22, & 23
only. _ 79F1023
ALWAYS SOMETHING going on
here. 20 game cahines, seven lanes
of bowling, and 22 billiards tables
and don't forget our nickel ma-
chines at the Union, cF1022
SWEET 16
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
JANE
DRIVE CAREFULLY!
Love,. Jenny, Girlus Mentalis. Sirius
Vomitus, Boyus Fatus, and Douga-
lus Sweetus. , dF1021
OZONE HOUSE needs you to pro-
vide temporary housing for young
people in crisis-one day to 2 wks.
-a comfortable couch, is all you
need. Call Punkin at 769-6540.

PERSONAL
WE ARE DEVELOPING a new social
and economic arrangement geared
to prcvid ng he indiviual with all
material needs with n 5 to 7 years.
thereby allowing the greater portion
of one's life to be spent in the pur-
sui; of any chosen path of ruman
di veiopment. We are seeking ilie
,p iGnum .).l:n-c betw'een freedom.
ur and community. Interested
aersons mv wr e or visit the 8o-
ciety for Human Development, 113
Buffalo Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197.
66F1022
'XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
PETER FREELAND and his guitar
will be appearing for your cocktail
and dinner pleasure Monday-Thurs-
day from* :5-9 p.m. at the Blue
Frogge, 611 Church St. 90F1021
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE,
GAME
\ROOM
611 CHU RCH
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ASTRO - ANALYSIS by LueI Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer,
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem 601-
ving. Master charge-BanK Amerl-
card. 994-1311. cF1212
-SPECIAL
DISSERTATION
LOWEST PRICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
CO PYQ U I C K
1217 So. University, 769-0560
cFtc
COPIES-21%2c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. WillIar, 665-4321
cFtc
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS.
PINBALL
SARCADE
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
Coite

SINGLE ROOM for rent in co-op,
$120/month, campus location. Call:
663-9184 evenings. 29C1029:
BEDRO9M WITH STUDY in beau--
tiful house near, campus. Available
immediately. 663-5517' after 5.
12C1022!
SUBLET
LEASE FOR SALE in Bursley dou-
ble, North Campus. 763-1744. 36U1026

g UJSL9nUU AU1UL. iU
will be $20 per person for the four
sessions. For further information
call Ann's Party Pantry, 995-1020
days or 761-3427 evenings. 74M1027
BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00; Olym-
pia Portable Typewriter, recently
~reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. d
USED VACUUMS
6 month guarantee. We ser ice all
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Cent er,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc

and Business Services. Experienced-I
3~~~S Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
3 FOUR WEEK OLD KITTENS and 995-4223. cJl2l2
their 1iother need a new home. In- -4223. cJ1212 1
terested animal lovers call 769-4767 STUDENT typing on campus, rea-
persistentlY. 52T1022 sonable, day or night. 665-4286.
--F.R-S--E23J11021
FOR SALE - - - - -

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Want to contact an old
friend? They may be reading
the Daily classifieds on
Halloween.
DEA Dline, noon October 29
The University of Michigan SCh
FACU B CLTY CHA EABER

UPRIGHT STARR PIANO with
bench, good condition. $325. 662-
2999. 78B1023:
23" MEN'S silver Motobecane Mi-
rage 10-speed. 18 mo. old. Excellent
condition. $120. 995-0539. 83B1028f
SHEEPSKIN COATS
PERSIAN HOUSE
(320 E. Liberty)
Vests and hats for men, women.
320 E. Liberty 769-8555
eBtc
SIXTY - YEAR accumulation in-
cludes wicker Victorian furniture,
brass bed, art pottery, depression
glass, hand-made cedar chests, andI
lots of books. Appliances and gen-
eral household. Friday & Saturday,
11-5; Sunday 11-3, ONLY. 11352 East
Shore Dr., Whitmore Lake. Lionheads
Antiques. 17B1023
FRYE BOOTS-Men's size 8, slightly
worn. Reasonable price. Call 668-
8664 after 6 p.m. 61B1022
25" COLOR console T.V. Excellent
condition, 1 owner. 668-8073. 67B10271
JUNG'S collected works, 18 vol., ex-
cellent condition, $150. Bio Feed-I
back EEG, a clinical instrument,'
exc. cond., $275. Call 481-0373 per-
sistently. 26B10231
1001 of Music
B1
ONCERTS l
.and Dance
USTAVE ROSSEELS. violin !

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NEW
UNIQUE
SERVICE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
WECIALICTR

Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE

quaf p or~uny rmpioy . 610 -yN~ y F +,
I6H114Sunday at noon. 613 E. Liberty.
~~ - ~- 8 104cF1114
CLEANING PERSON wanted. Call
769-6267. 47H1026 BOYS! Grow GIANT MUSHROOMS
-~~~_ in your cellar! Contact R. Bradbury.
SUBJECTS WANTED for group de- dF1021
cision making experiment. Thurs. - --- - ______
afternoon, Oct. 21. Avg. pay $2.50 THE GAME that won't quit. Bil-
for one hr. Call Professor Chamber- liards at the Union, cF1021
iin, 763-0097, 45H1021 TODAY-FREE pocket biliards in-
PART TIME-Little Ceasar's counter structions. 3:30 p.m. and ,7:30 p.m.
help and pizza maker. North Cam- Michigan Union. cF1020
pus. 665-8626. 46H1027
HAVE YOU GOT TOYS in the attic?
WANTED - PERSON to work on Toys in the Attic has a fantastic
meal crew. Urgent. 995-1746. 44H1026 selection of junior sportswear .'The

HELP WANTED: U-M Student for
part-time custodial work. Approx.
2 hrs. day, 5 or 6 days a Wk. See
Mr. Gamm at the Michigan Daily.
dH
WANTED - Instructors/facilitators
for new Detroit growth center. En-
counter, sexuality, gay awareness,
healing, message, biofeedback, psy-
chic arts. clowning, unique enter-
tainers, New ideaswelcome. The
Center, 2930 N. Adams, Troy, MI
48084. 59H1021
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

Attic is now open at 1208 . Uni-
versity (next to the Shoe Hut).
49F1024
MALE WANTS 1 year contractual
marriage for financial benefits only.
No ties. 662-6985. 53F1021
FOUND-Gold ring, unusual proper-
ties, identify to claim. Contact B.
Baggins, Bag End. dF1022
WHAT'S WITH WILBUR? Getting
a bit paunchy, eh? Too much of
that good, inexpensive food at the
Michigan League basement snack
bar! Watch him go at it any day!
(We stil dig you, Wilbur). 13F1022
INTELLIGENT Med student seeks
attractive Jewish woman's company.
Write Box 15, Michigan Daily.
49F1022
DREAMS WORKSHOP. Gestalt work,
art, & Psychodrama. Oct. 22-24. Bob
& Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 32F1021
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e ha vio r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
Offset Printing, XerOx copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.

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Second Program Mus
GAY DELANGHE, dance LESLIE GUINN, boritone
JOHN McCOLLUM, tenor CAROLE BUNDRA (Guest),
FRANCIS BUNDRA, viola cello-
EUGENE BOSSART, piano NANCY HODGE, harpsichord
ELIZABETH MOSHER, soprano LEONARD JOHNSON, tenor

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WALLACE BERRY, piono
MARILYN MASON,
harpsichord

ASSOCIATES- Thomosine Berg, flute; James Mark, clarinet; Pamela Chap-
man, oboe; Tyrone Grieve, David Updegraff, George Marsh, violin; Anne
Hegel, Barbara Sue Robinson, vioo; James Tennant, cello; Robert Handler,
dance; David Urquhart-Jones, conductor

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P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
Ms. Stephens 434-1984 COOK'S HELPER, 10:30-11:30. Bus-
cJl1212; boy for lunch. Sorority House. 761-
7110. 63111022
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL -S --- -----------
TYPIST NEED FULL TIME, reliable, hard I
IBM self-correcting with carbon working person to handle central.
ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts, warehouse and merchandise distri-
term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam- bution. Stock experience would be
pus location. Call Jim, 665-6906. helpful. Apply 1202 N. Main, Ann ;
J t . J Arbor, between noon and 5. 663-3403.1
cJ1101 62H10231i
LOST AND FOUND I DISHWASHER WANTED - Lunches :
A---- only-Meal job. Call 761-5676.
LOST-10-speed rear wheel, DANA' 65H1026
bike rack. Can identify. 764-1012, ----- ------- --- _
late, late evenings. 41A1022 OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year-
round. Europe, S. America, Aus-1
LOST-Sun., Oct. 10-Pair of pre- tralia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-1200
scription sunglasses. Silver metal monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see-
frames in soft black case. Steve, ing. Free inform. Write: Interna-
764-8981. 36A1022 tional Job Center, Dept. 13, BoxE
4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 57H1111
BIKES, SCOOTERS BABYSITTER/HOUSEKEEPER need-
~ --~ -~- io 'ed, afternoons Mon.-Fri. Geddes
74 SUZUKI 380. Good condition. aecresnil 6-68atr6
Must sell. $700, or best offer. 668- area, ar essential. 761-9608 after 6
6776. 74Z1021 , p.m. 71111024
USED CARS P
1972 FORD Maverick, decor interior. NEW SALARY RATES
Air and power steering. $1300. 662- N W SL R
6814. 54N1024 The Veteran Administration Hos-
----- -- -- -- -- pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an
'73 VEGA GT Wagon. New brakes, active teaching hospital affiliated
engine block, muffler, and tires. with the U. of M., has immediate
Very little rust. $1250 negotiable. positions available for license prac-
1-227-2190. dN1025 tical nurses in Med.-Surg. and ICU,
These are permanent U.S. Civil
'74 CAMARO Automatic V-6. AM/ Service positions with a full range
FM. Like new. 668-8073. 69N1027 of civil service benefits. The salaries
for L.P.N.s with no experience are
$8,396; with six months experience
$9,147; and with one and one-halfi
years or more experience $9,923.
Effective in November, these initial
base pay rates will be'increased to
9t. ,384 $9,978 and e10,t43respective-
i.1%shift ndifferentialsis cpaid
for afternoon and midnight shifts.
For an immediate interview,
A please call Mr. Norman .Eaton, Per-
sonneMic (313)69-7100. An
Equal Opportunity Employer.6708
I67H1028

SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly.
Pre-Washed

ARBOR INSTANT WATCH THIS SPACE for our week-
ly specials - This week's specials:
PRINTING -Michelin tubes $2, many 27 inch
'STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME tires, $5. Kryptonite bike locks, $15.!
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664 Bellweather H.B. Bags, $6.50. I
cFtc 2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall-663-2233
BARGAIN CORNER ALLSPORT BICYCLES j
BARG IN CRNERcF1212

READ and USE
DAILY '~L ASSIFIEDS

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUMlE
GAZA F I}AT COUP
MO0RE REAP TI
A N N A I R
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FUR S RING IGOR
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RAM P S ATE MOG

MODEL
to pose for Playboy centerfold con-
test. Share $5000 p ize. 434-1321.
37111029
SWEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942; anytim~e,
cFtc

CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Q 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES

SUNDAY, OCT.24
AT 4 P.M.
ADMISSION COMPLIMENTARY

Rackhom Auditorium
M. HAYDN, CORIGLIANO, GINESTERA
J. HAYDN, FISHER-SCHUBERT, USSACHEVSKY

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WE CARRY
FULL LINES IN:
i Pointers Pants@
9 Bib Overalls
" Levi's@"
HERMAN
SURVIVOR
BOOTS
REG. $64.98
NOW $54.98
20° BELOW
PLAID WOOL
SHIRTS
REG. $13.49
NOW $11.49
FULL LINES OF
WINTER COATS:
Air Force Parkas
Pea Coats
Fief4 Jackets
LEATHER Flight Jackets
DOWN & FIBERFILL
PARKAS

LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legsr
SWEATERS
$8.00-$15.00
Heavy 100%
Cotton Flannels
both western and
work styles.
Winter Coats
207 E. Liberty
663-8611
cWtc

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
For year round, highly experimen-
tal, creative arts community pro-
gram. Must be well founded in the
arts, experienced , in bookkeeping,
fund-raising and public relations.
Challenging, pioneering work. Salary1
$10,000 to start, Reply to: Search
Comrtittee, 2110 Sherwood Ave.,
Toledo, OH. 43614 or (419) 385-40581
or 385-2614. 30H1024
PIZZA DRIVERS wanted. Must have
own car. Little Caesar's, North
Campus. 665-8§26. 29H1022

ACROSS
1 Coolidge Dam
river
b Commandment
word
10 Hair: Prefix
14 Former Swedish
king
15 Shaded retreat
16 Burden
17 Assume an
identity
19 Door part
20 Establish
21 Pose for Barysh-
nikov
23 Strove (to)
25 Place
26 Growing in high
altitudes
29 Supplemented
(with "out")
31 Mischievous one
34 Gaelic name
35 Israeli port
37 Laboratory -
substance
39 Cracker t
41 Opening section.
43 Volcanic earth
44 Cook
46 Principle
47 Type of word:
Abbr.
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seasons

RECRUITMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
MBA PROGRAM
Amy ieyer, Assistant Director of Admissions
at Harvard University's Graduate School of Business
Administration will be on campus
Wednesday, October 27, 1916
to meet with students interested in the two-year MBA
Program.
Contact the
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9 High-pitched
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2 Girl of song
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Down . 24
Sally 26
The number ten
Cut short 27
School 28
Portuguese --30
money 32
Geometric figure,
Tolstoi heroine 33
Dark 36
Assemblage
Nosegay 38
Relieves
Open wide 40

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1 Opals
2 "Dies--"
3 Tilt
4 Informs
5 Helmsman's
direction: Abbr.
6 Goddesses of the

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Sea duck
Signify
Staff members
Abbr.
Mrs O' -
Litters of the Orient
Military cap
- Park, N.J.
village
Adorn (oneself)
One of the
Visayan Islands
Harshness of
voice
Scffix with art
acid real
Relative of
Sandy
Trials of A sort
Obscure
Important
information
Recant
Cantor
Spider's web,
for one
Nevada city
Game fish
Tourist city of
India
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Cut
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