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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

Saturday, October 23, 1976

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ROOMMATES
FEMALE ROOMMATE, own room in
4 bdrm. rustic farmhouse. 10 min.
from campus. 11 acres, no lease.:
$105 month. 994-5837. 50Y 1023
ROOMMATE WANTED - Female
grad or working woman to shareI
large West Side house. Occupancy
negotiable. Call Joan, eves., 663-3137.-
55Y10271
FEMALE ROOMMATE Needed-Own
Room. Washer/Dryer. $80 & share
utilities. Linda, 971-9164. 21Y1023
FEMALE WANTED to share large 1-
bedroom apt. $112.50/mo. 418 E.
Washington St., No. 9. 668-7043 or
663-3641. 85Y1029
FOR RENT
90% OF PRIVATELY owned student
rental housing in Ann Arbor is sub-f
standard. George Steeh believes
building code violators should be

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
WI NE TASTI NG CANOE FOR SALE-Fiberglass, 12-
seat. cushions, paddles. $125. 995-
CLASSES 4133 or 763-0285. 15B1026
An introduction to the selection, --_
tasting. and service of wines from' DORM SIZE FRIDGE, like new;
the major wine-producing areas o large pickling crock with cover,
the world. Twenty-eight wines will women's blouses, skirts, jackets,
be tasted on four consecutive coats, etc. Small sizes, good quality
Thursday evenings, beginning Oct. basics, low priced. 663-0250. 05B1024
28. Classes will be held at the Ann U
ArorIn, egnnngat7:0 im USED RECORDS for sale. 250 to
Arbor Inn, beginning at 7:30 p.m. choose from. Also, Panasonic Tape
and lasting about two hours. Cost iDc cset) 6-80 612
will be $20 per person for the four Deck (cassette). 764-0860. 06B1024
sessions. For furtherninformation UPRIGHT PIANO in good condition.
cal Ann's Party Pantry, 995-1020 $225. 761-8197. 09B1028
days or 761-3427 evenings. 74M1027 --_
BICYCLE Baby Sat, $7.00; Olym- SHEEPSKIN COATS
pia Portable Typewriter, recently Vests and hats for men, women.
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM PERSIAN HOUSE
320 E. Liberty 769-8555
USED VACUUMS cBtc
6 month guarantee. We service all - - - --- -
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center, UPRIGHT STARR PIANO with
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc bench, good condition. $325. 662-
_ _ --- 2999. 78B1023

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prosecuted. TC ES- - - ----
STEEH R23" MEN'S silver Motobecane Mi-
Democrat for Prosecuting Attorney rWANTED-TICKETS to Minn. game. age 10-speed. 18 mo. old. Excellent
pd. pol ad.A Mike, 662-2304. 26iQ1024 condition. $120. 995-0539. 83B1028
02C1030 --
ARE YOU into John Abercrombie? SIXTY .. YEAR accumulation in-
ALL ELECTRIC EFFICIENCY. As- 3 tickets at cost for Wednesday. eludes wicker Victorian furniture,
sme remainder of a twelve m onth 3Call 761-0473, Mark. 24Q1026 brass bed, art pottery, depression
lease. 2 blocks from campus. Calglass, hand-made cedar chests, and
665-2338 evenings. 10C1029 WANTED-2 or 4 Minnesota tickets lots of books. Appliances and gen-
HAVE OUR ON rom in emal together. 668-6078 92Q1023 eral. household. Friday & Saturday,
HAVE YOUR OWN room in female ther 7---Q 11-5; Sunday 11-3, ONLY. 11352 East
apartment. S. University, free park- WANTED - Any two section 25 Shore Dr., Whitmore Lake. Lionhead
ing. $130. 995-4824, 971-2675. 60C1024 tickets for Minn. game. 764-5977. Antiques. 17B1023
- ~~~~~~~~77Q1023 -- -- -- - -----,-~ ~
IMMEDIATE occupancy for two --- 25" COLOR console T.V. Excellent
p e r s o n s in friendly cooperative WANTED-THREE tickets to U of condition, 1 owner. 668-8073. 67B1027
house. Great meals, private bath-|M/OSU game. Call 663-4761. Ron.
rooms, laundry facilities and study 75Q1022 JUNG'S collected works, 18 vol., ex-
rooms. $125/month. S. Forest. Call _---_.-- cellent condition, $150. Bio Fepd-
Ann or Fred at 761-1058. 70C1026 MUSICAL MDSE., back EEG, a clinical instrument,
SINGLE ROOM for rent in co-op, RsADIOS, RiEtPAIRS j ently. a26B1023
$120/month, campus location. Call -- -- ---
663-9184 evenings. 2901029 iHERNANDIS G UI TA RS, classical j LOST AND FOUND
f,_ - I and steel. 40 list. 665-7348. eXte
SUBLET __---__----
STEREO REPAIR by student in FOUND - WRISTWATCH, red-face
'LEASE FOR SALE in Bursley dou- own home. Faster and cheaper than digital, MLB. Cal 663-1627 evenings.-
leA' Nor Campus. 763-1744. dU commercial shops. Guaranteed. CalldAX12
___,________ mpu__7__-_74____U___ Dick, 662-5395. 07X1028 -- --

WANTED TO RENT
MY DOG AND I are looking for a
nice place to live, from Dec./Jan.
for one full year. We are both very
clean and congenial. Must have
own bedroom. Near campus. Contact
Karen at 995-3055. 82L1024
ROOM AND BOARD
WOMEN, immediate openings in
North ' Central. Campus Coops, ap-
prox. $33 & 4%1i hrs. work/wk. Share
responsibility & decision - making.
Call ICC, 662-4414. 75E1024
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Used electric typewriter.
Call Jay after 6:00, 769-4071. 17K1024
WANTED-One good-sized rug for
dorm room. Good condition, reason-
able price. Sharon, 764-6959. dK1024
WANTED! FREE PIANO! Music stu-
dent needs tunable piano w/88
working keysb Will pick it up! 995-
0539.- 85K1028
CITIIATnfS WANTFD

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ROOMMATE WANTED - 2-bdrm. --- -----
apt., excellent location, w/parking, EXPERIENCED MASSEUSE g i v e s
662-5964 or 665-7891. 22Y1024 complete Oriental massage. Call Jill
--forapp't., 995-5347 before 11 p.m.
STEREO COMPONENTS Legit Only Please. 21n1110
20-40% OFF on most brands. Be
smart-don't overpay. Call B.L. Co., WILL GIVE private guitar lessons
995-9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc in exchange for piano, language,
995-937, Mn.-_ .. 1boxing, martial arts, or fencing les-
USED CARS sons. 995-0539. 84J1028
~~ - ~ ~~~ ; PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH tutoring,
'73 VW BEETLE. Some body work specialty work in composition-Con-
needed but runs great. Best offer. temporary American Lit. - creative
662-4005. 16N1028 writing. Tutor has M.A. in English,
FORD,~ ton stake truck. 1961, 8 M.F.A. in creative writing, and one
cylinder, automatic trans., rebuilt published book of historical prose
carbera 9 76. $250.00 or best offer. poems. For appointment and rates
761-0738, Jinn. dN1024 call 995-0507, evenings. 87J1024
1972 FORD Maverick, decor interior. RCES, IBM corretn
Air and power steering. $1300. 662- Selectric, day or evenings, 769-2256.1
6814. 54N1024 _ _25J_024
'73 VEGA GT Wagon. New brakes T H E SECR ETA R I AT
engine block, muffler, and tires.
Very little rust. $1250 negotiable DISSERTATION
1-227-2190. dN1025 SPECIALISTS
'74 CAMARO Automatic V-6. AM/ Typing, Copying, Binding
FM. Like new. 668-8073. 69N1027 Editing, Notary Service
P 19 '...44 O4.A t Q+,

f BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
I AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
665-0166. cJ1212
TYPING
and Business Services. Experienced-{
Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
995-4223. cJ12l2
STUDENT typing on campus, rea-
sonable, day or night. 665-4286.
23J11021
1 NEW -
UNIQUE
SERViCE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPEC IALI STS
Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEP HENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING r
SERVICE
P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
cJ-2-2
TYPING - Accuracy guaranteed.
Base rate is 50c per page. Ask Dave
'Saginaw,' 764-0824. (7-9 p.m. please!
Emergencies anytimt.) 04J1028
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL
TYPIST
IBM self-correcting with carbon
ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts,
term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam-
pus location. Call Jim, 665-6906.
cJ1101
HELP WANTED
WANTED - PERSON to work on
meal crew. Urgent. 995-1746. 44H1026
PART TIME-Little Ceasar's counter
help and pizza maker. North Cam-
pus. 665-8626. 46H1027
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HELP WANTED

MODEL NEEDED
to pose for Playboy centerfold con-
test. Share $5000 prize. 434-1321.
37H1029
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
BABYSITTER for ten year old, 6:30-
8:30 a.m. $2.00/hour,; own transpor-
tation. Call 769-1651. After 4, week-
days; anytime, weekends., 08H1026-
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
DISHWASHER WANTED - Lunches
only-Meal job. Call 761-5676.
65H1026
OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year-
round. Europe, S. America, Aus-
tralia Asia, etc. All fields, $500-1200
monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see-
ing. Free inform. Write: Interna-
tional Job Center, Dept. 13, Box
4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 57H1111
BABYSITTER/HOUSEKEEPER need-
ed. afternoons Mon.-Fri. Geddes
area, car essential. 761-9608 after 6
p.m. ,71H1024
L.P.N.s
NEW SALARY RATES
The Veteran Administration Hos-
pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an
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
Service positions with a full range
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-half
years ornmore experiencen$9,923.
Effective in November, these initial
base pay rates will be increased to
$9,384, $9,978 and $10,543 respective-
ly. 10% shift differential is paid
for afternoonandmidnight shifts.
For an immediate interview,
please call Mr. Norman Eaton, Per-
sonnel Service, V.A. Hospital, Ann
Arbor, Michigan. (313) 769-7100. An
Equal Opportunity Employer.
67H1028
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. Salary
$10,000 to start. Reply to: Search
Committee, 2110 Sherwood Ave.,
Toledo, OH. 43614 or, (419) 385-4058
or 385-2614. 30H1024
PERSONAL
BALALAIKA INSTRUCTOR Needed.
994-4854. 20F1024
SHOP THE APOTHECARY Drug
Store and Save. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
DR. SPOACH . . has the cure!!!
dF1026
WEAR A COSTUME
HALLOWEEN NIGHT
To the Cross lEyed Moose and re-
ceive 50 cents in
FREE PINBALL
cF10301

PERSONAL
INTEGRATION OF GESTALT AND
MEDITATION PRACTICES. Week-
end Workshop. Leaders: Michael
Andes/Catherine Lilly. Nov. 12-14
(six sessions: Fri. eve.-Sun. aft.).
Fee $35. For details, call 665-5439/
662-2801. . 23F1110
SINGER SEEKS piano accompani-
ment. Steven Cole, 995-2906, morn-
ings best. 03F1023
DEAR CUSTOMER - Our Sugges-
tions for Preparation of Your Origi-
nals-PENCIL AND PENS-Pencil is
highly discouraged. Inks should be
a dark color; most felt-tip colors
copy well, but avoid yellows,
orange, gray, and pinks.
ALBERT'S COPYING, 995-0444
cFtc
THE UNIVERSITY CLUB will be
featuring soft jazz with the Roots
Trio. Friday and Saturday evenings
7:30-11:30. Starts tonight. Come try
the club and its facilities! 90F1023
Q CTKN IQHHN XFWOK ZIRQN
ZG NGX! dF1024
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151, eFtc
TOGETHER, BROTHER DAVE:
Missed you at the disco You also
didn't tell me that there were two
Daves at your house. How was I
to know? Which do I ask for? You
know, Bro, that ain't cool; definite-
ly lacking class. Both Daves were at
class when I phoned. Everybody is
a star, but you don't have to be
one to be in my show. Corny, but
you dig? We can try again, anyway
you suggest something this time.
Write me.
Sister, Box 1
dF1026
ATTRACTIVE professional man, 30,
LA-raised, rurally stranded by job.
Sensitive, tender, supportive, ex-
tremely sensual, but also (at times)
demanding, condescending, sarcas-
tic. Seeks Intelligent, affectionate,
passionate, quasi - cynical, semi -
stable w o m a n (preferably solid
about career plans) for companion-
ship, fun, involvement. Box 98,
Osseo, MI 49266. 80F1027
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through Beh av rModification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
eptc
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
MANUEL
de le
TORRES
CHALLENGER

PERSONAL
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 I
otherwise by answering my ad if
you're an intelligent, interesting,
fairly normal male with no over-
bearing idiosyncrasies. NOW-if you
think only strange people write,
personal ads, let me convince you
otherwise by saying 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
HAVE YOU GOT TOYS in the attic?
Toys in the Attic has a fantastic
selection of junior sportswear. The
Attic is now open at 1208 S. Uni-
versity (next to the Shoe Hut).
49F1024
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual-
ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
State, 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. cF0219
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your
make-up needs. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtcl
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.
STEEH
pd. Pol. ad. 01F1102
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luei Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Ameri-
;ard. 994-1311. cF1212
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PR ICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 So. University, 769-0560
4' cFtc
COPIES-2%,c ea
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME
ROOM.
611 CHURCH
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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before 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.
A.vertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
baer of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. i.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 i determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, treed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to admaximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PERSONAL
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
WATCH THIS SPACE for our week-
ly specials - This week's specials:
Michelin tubes $2, many 27 inch
tires, $5. Kryptonite bike locks, $15.
Beliweather H.B. Bags, $6.50.
2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall-063-2233
ALLSPORT BICYCLES
'cF1212
FREE SUB
given to each new record holder on
our pinball machines at the
CROSS-EYED MOOSE. 613 E. Lib-
erty. Open 10:00 a.m.-midnight.
cF1124
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
ARCADE
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
PRO B AROSY JARL
DONE MOX IE AGVU
QUODI IBETS CUBA
TR I ESON TOKAYS
ZEST SEWS
USHER STORE 088
PHENIYL WADS CAL
PATS OSAKA ACTI
ELt E0U I YAQUIS
DEP TUNNY LURKS
ANAG UOI
BALZAC CUPOLAS
0FIT I EESFIXES
DIVE R M N
EXEC YEAST ELLS

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SINGER SEEKS piano accompani- I mags, air, undercoating. AM/FM.
ment. Steven Cole, 995-2906, morn- ,$4500. Call 557-4929, 12 till 5, M, T,
ings best. 0301023 Th, F. 58N1026

si1 ,3outh Mat e reet
New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.1
or by appointment 994-3594
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LOOMIS
CHALLENGED
TO ALL MANNER
OF
ESCAPES.
INCLUDING
ROPES
CHAINS
HANDCUFFS
ST. JACKETS
SOFT BAGS'
AND
SOLID BOXES
YOU MAY EXAMINE
THEM ALL BEFORE SW(OWTIME
SUNDAY, 3 P.M.
OCT. 31
PIONEER H.S.
TICKETS $5.00 EACH
2 FOR $8.00
AT
Magic Emporium, 510 Miller
West Side Book Shop,
115 W. Liberty -
Aura Sound, 5406 E. Lbtrty
Cross-Eyed Moose, 613 E. Liberty
Pizza Bob's, 814 S. State
Crow Quill Graphics, 303 E. Liberty
Flipper McGee in Ypsilanti
Members of Ann Arbor Jaycees
22F1023
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed

disagree with a bill
we sent you for THE DAILY?
WE'D LIKE TO TRY TO STRAIGHT-
EN OUT THAT PROBLEM, BUT WE
CAN'T IF YOU DON'T LET US
KNOW ABOUT IT.

PD. POL. ADV.
WAS IT WORTH IT FOR $3 ?
FILE NO. CR 7742: Defendant, a graduate student in
Economics with no prior criminal record, charged by
prosecutor with ticket scalping for selling 2 UM/MSU
football tickets for a total of $3 over face value. After
arrest, defendant posts $100 bond and pleads not guilty.
Court arraigns defendant on charge. First pre-trial hear-
ing. Second pre-trial hearing on 2-page motion to dis-
miss by defendant's attorney.. Third pre-trial hearing
with filing of defendant's 15-page brief for dismissal.
Fourth pre-trial hearing to grant prosecutor extension of
time to prepare answer. Fifth pre-trial hearing with fil-
ing of prosecutor's 7-page brief. Sixth pre-trial hearing
with Court's 6-page opinion denying defendant's motion
and to set case for jury trial. On day of trial, defendant
with attorney appears in court but there are no witnesses
for the prosecution. Six months after charges first
brought-CASE DISMISSED.
Because the prosecutor ties up the time and resources of
the police, courts and his own office with cases like this,
tax-dollars are wasted and serious cases must be plea-
bargained for administrative convenience or are dis-
misseo1 for lack of preparation. More than 1700 serious
felony cases a year must be handled by the prosecutor's
office. Now 2 out of 3 of these are dismissed or plea-
bargained.
This waste and mismanagement must stop. Serious cases
that deserve the greatest attention of the criminal jus-
tice system must get it.
VOTE

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ACROSS
1 Hasty pudding
5 - Flow, in the
Orkneys
10 Challenge: Fr.
14 Killer whale
15 Shipping clerk,
for example
16 Plodding beasts
17 What "vidi".
means
18 Extreme
19 Trappist
20 Declined
21 Legendary lethal
spouses
23 Not volatile
25 Old -
26 Quality, arousing
compassion
29 Native of Mocha
34 Go on-
(carouse)
85 Type of
performer
36 Total
37 Wilkie Collins
opus: Phrase
41 Very contro-
versial
42 Squall
43 French annuity
44 Abstruse
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" 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES
47 Wall Street
"wedding"
48 Poetic
contraction
49 Put - to
51 Police van
55 Nobelist in
literature, 1925
59 People
60 Comedian
Woody
61 Goya lady
62 Tasman
63 Kitchen need
64 Muezzin's call
65 Resentful:
Colloq.
66 Check "artist"
67 Proximate

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Mars et Avril
She-bear: Lat.
Closely examine
Detective fron a
1863 play
Divers' gear
Beautiful: Prefix
Conan Doyle
opus: Phrase
- Marquette
Fatima, for one
Field of control

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CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Driving out
evil spirits
Ward (off)
The red and
the black
First lady
Matador's
adversary
Motion-picture
pioneer
One of a
fictional trio
Abstemious one
Utter
People
"Cosi fan
Title in Asia
Hawaiian isle
Store exec.
Birdie
Shepherd
Amuse greatly
Highland river
More penurious
Snow, in Spain
College degrees:
Abbr.
Timber wolf
Jpomino
Et-
Vapor
Iliadic hero
Long for
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LEVI'S CORDS
Bell.Bottoms
Straight Legs

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$8.00-$15.00

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Heavy 100%
Cotton, Flannels
both western and

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