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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 27,

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ROOMMATES FOR RENT FOR SALE
WANTED-Intelligent, sophisticated OWN ROOM, excellent location, no SHEEPSKIN COATS Uncontracted Classified Rates
roommates for next fall. Interested? lease, own entrance, $91.25 rent. Vests and hats for men, women.
Contact Jim at 668-6470. Sense of 665-2137. 67C1029 PERSIAN HOUSE WORDS 1 2 3 4 5 6 add.
humor a must. 58Y1102 -----320 E. Liberty 769-8555
2 BDRM. furnished apt available 0-10 1.15 2.30 3.05 3.8 4.55 5.30 75
TO SHARE 2 bdrm. spacious, par- immediately. No lease, pets pro- __ _ _ I - 15 1.40 2.80 3.70 4.60 5.50 6.40 .90
tially furnished apt. obro North Cam- hibited. Call 663-4464. Ask for Dean 23" MEN'S silver Motobecane Ml- 16-20 1.65 3.30 4.35 5.40 6.45 7.50 1.05
pus w/prof. female. Prefer studious or Tyson. 44C1102 rage 10-speed. 18 mo. old. Excellent 21 -25 1,90 3.80 5.00 6.20 7.40 8.60 1.20
person. Call 995-2312 after 5 p.m. condition. $120. 995-0539. 83B1028 26-30 2.15 4.30 5 65 7.00 8.35 9.70 1.35
641031-'90.t OF PRIVATELY awned student 31-35 2.40 4.80 6.30 7.80 9.30 10.80 1.50
64Y1031 rental housing in Ann Arbor is sub- 25" COLOR console T.V. Excellent 36-40 2.65 5.30 { 6.95 8.60 10.25 11 .90 1.65
REASONABLE WOMAN over 25 standard. George Steeh believes condition, 1 owner. 668-8073. 67B1027 4 -45 2.90 5.80 7.60 9.40 11.20 13.00 1.80
wane o ha eWrdAor2ed building code violators should be 46-50 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
wanted to share rd loor, 2 ed prosecuted. TTICKETS
room apt. with female of varied STEEH TICKETSS
interests and tyrant fern. $120, 994- Democrat for Prosecuting Attorney -- - --- ~ - ICE
057,after 7:00. 49Y1027 pd pol ad. A r NEED 6 MINN. tickets. Dave, 665- 1 3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15 14.10 1.95
02C1030 7126 after 4. 66Q1028. 2 5.65 11.30 14.75 18.20 21.65 25.10 3.45
ROOMMATE WANTED-2 bedroom 02C-030-----. --- ------ 3 8.15 16.30 21.25 26.20 31.15 36.10 4.95
apt., excellent location, with park- OWN ROOM in large house near 'WANTED-Minnesota tickets. Will 4 10 65 21.30 27.90 34.20 40.65 47.10 6 45
Ing 662-5964 or 665-7891. dY1028 campus, cheap rent:,Begins Jan. 1, pay $7 each. 761-2373. 57Q1027 5 13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 50.15 58.10 8.95
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for 1977. Grad student breferred. CallZ
F995-3608, Bob7301027 ZIPPER needs 2, 3, 4 . . tickets N.B.: Each group of character counts as one word.i
2-bdrm,, four person apt. (8 mos. TOGETHER for Minnesota and/or Hvohenated words over 5 charocters count as two word.
lease). Close to central campus. Call ALL ELECTRIC EFFICIENCY. As-~ Illinois. 665-5503 between 6 and0 1ti ncue elpoenubrl
662-1656. 51Y1031 sume remainder f an twelvemonth p.m. 51Q102 10tis includs teloneh umbersorli
Feaelease. 2wlckero apus. nCa'rn llinois. 6-3503 _503 etw -- . 10 O lines euals 1 tnch enms) wrds Der line
ROOMMATE WANTED - Female 665-2338 evenings. 10C1029 WANTED-3 or 4 tickets to Minne- -
grad or working woman to share ___-2 __- _ nigs sota and/or Illinois games. Phone-,-
ae est SideoRuse. Ocuanc ROOM AND BOARD 665-5503. Ask for Leonard. 42Q1029 RECREATION BUSINESS SERVICES
55Y1027..---------_.- ---- -- WANTED-A Minnesota tickets to- .-------- __._----,-_--__-
_ -_-__ u-__"FEMALE, immediate occupancy in gether, section 25 or better. Call LEASE A LOVER-3 trained Dres- TYPING
FEMALE WANTED to share large 1- co-op,'E. University. 995-4356. 668-6427. 27Q1027 sage horses (one CT), for lease, and Business Services. Experienced-
bedroom apt. $112.50/mo. 418 E. 61E1103 ------------------ --- indoor arena, heated facilities. 761- Quality-Reasonable Barbara Burda,
Washington St., No. 9. 668-7043 or --~-------- -- ----- NEED 4 MINN. tickets, together. 8645, 971-2809. 53RR1109 995-4223. cJl2l2
663-3641. 85Y1029 THREE LEASES for sale Winter 665-0051. 33Q1029: ---------4-23---------_
term. Mosher Jordan. 764-8829 or --MISCELLANEOUS TYPING AND PRINTING, IBM
FOR RENT 764-8824. 13E1027 WANTED TO BUY Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
--- - - -S- ----E- -TJEW -VISH TO DANCE Another Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800, cJtc
HI! WE'RE looking for you. We're FORSALdent needs tunable piano w/88 !MsctmGraduate Happy Hour. Everyone A-m
5 men living in a house near Burns -- -- - . we e. Wed., Oct. 27, 4:30-6:30, i AM a full-ime, fee lance typist
Park and we have another room to BENJAMIN - MIRACORD Stereo working keys. Will pick it tip! 521429 Hill St., 50c drinks, free mun- with considerable experience typing
rent. $80/mon. plus utilities. Call Compact. 3-way speakers,, precision 0539. 85K1028 chies, rock music. You can't lose books, dissertations, papers. I type
Dave at 995-8679, after 5 p.m. turntable, accessories. $250 or best -' -- with 50c booze. 88M1027 over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
dC1028 offer.'995-4466. 40B1031 LOST AND FOUND --------- --- -- -- -- guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page:;
-- ----- -- - .---- -- --WINE TASTING jIBM Correcting selectric. Call Bill,
ROOM. $90. No lease. Ph. 761-1734. UPRIGHT PIANO in good condition. WRISTWATCH FOUND on Hoover C665-0166. cJl212
34C1031 $225. 761-8197. 09B1028 in front of Revelli Hall. Identify CLASSES :6-0166.~---~~2
- - ------ - - --to claim. Call 995-9863. dA1029 An introduction to the selection, TYPING - Accuracy guaranteed.
asting, and service of wines from Base rate is Sc per page. Ask Dave
PD, POL. ADV FOUND-SET OF KEYS near the major wine-producing areas of 'Saginaw 764-0824. (7-9 p.m. please!
corner of Monroe and State. Call the world. Twenty-eight wines will Emergencies anytimt.) 04J1028
to identify. 662-1675. Call Randy be tasted on four consecutive - - -___
persistently, evenings. dA1029 Thursday evenings, beginning Oct. STUDENT typing on campus, rea-
T syen ,biisonable, day or night. 665-4286
GEORGE LOST-Gold charm bracelet. Sub- 28. Classes will be held at the Ann 23J1102
stantial reward. Please call, 663- Arbor Inn, beginning at 7:30 p.m. _ _____
4959. 56A1031 and lasting about two hours. Cost
will be $20 per person for the four
FOUND-A wristwatch, Community sessions. For further information
High parking lot. Saturday, Oct. call Ann's Party Pantry, 995-1020E
DEMOCRAT r 23. Call to identify. 994-6143 days or 761-3427 evenings. 74M1027
dA028
E CASBIYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00: Olym-
EpiaPortable Typewriter, recently
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM
A TOTAL COMMITMENT to the job of Fre SALE 68C a 76Bu 67NoruUSEDVACUUMS
prosecuting attorney is absolutely necessary. dinnertime.54N10 6 month guarantee. We service allMANUSCRIPT
The present prosecutor is only half committed. He con- ---- ---- ® makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center, TY
ducts a regular, aictive, private practice on the side. He CAR FOR SALE. 1969 Chrysler 30. 1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc T PEWRITING AND
divides his loyalties and time between individual clients Call 761-1222, after 5:30. Asking 3 Pakard, 7 -.-" -TYPOGRAPHY
and the people of the county. --4----- MUSICAL MDSE., SPECIALISTS
The prosecutor is paid $33,000 a year. plus fringe '73 VW BEETLE. Some body work RADIOS, REPAIRS
benefits to be the people's Attorney and no one else's. needed but runs great. Best offer. Academic/Professional.
GEORGE STEEH is dedicated to giving us the total com- 662-4005. 16N1028 OPUS FLAT-TOP guitar. 761-9431. Personalized IBM Composition.
----- i5 - -. -. -cXl03 Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
mitment we deserve. '74 CAMARO Automatic V-6. AM ...._Editing, Copying, Binding.
FM, Like new. 668-8073. 69N1027 USED FENDER G U I T A R, 1961. Pick-up and Delivery.
--_--- Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. Telephone Dictation.
-xillo6 iSTEPHENS
PRE-C.B.S. Fender Showman AmpP
;other used amps. Apollo Music
Center. 323 S. Main. cX1103 TYPEWRITING
Lt A ecnuSTEREO COMPONENTS SERVICE
20-40~ OFF on most of the 120 P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
siting Lecturer, October 26-November 5, 1976 rands available. Call B.L. Co., 995- Ms. Stephens 434-1984
4 9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc cJ 212
GONZALO CASTILLO-CARDENAS 97o-,- _t-c
BANJO SALE. Apollo Music Center, H ELP WANTED
Member Communidad Ciencia y Pueblo, an interdisciplinary team of Colombian social 769-14 0 . eX1106 _W
scientists committed to social change. Action-oriented research and community organi- ----- ---- - --- COER/
zation among Indian and Peasant communities in Colombia. Ph.D. candidate Columbia STEREO REPAIR by studenthinP ANALYSTS: Jr. & Sr.
Univ. Soc. and Anthro. of Relig. own home Faster and cheaper than To work on environmental pollu-
Dick, 662-5395. 07X1028 lion control models. Elective sched-
Film: WAR OF THE GODS--Wed. noon, International CenterDic8 ules full or part time, are avail-
able. Forward information to Box
Wed. 10 P.M.-ECC, 921 Church St. BUSINESS SERVICES 14, Michigan Daily. 62H1105
Chronicles the slow vanishing of South American tribes under the, pressure EXPERIENCED MASSEUSE g i v e s WANTED-A reliable and ambitious
of Euro-American civilization-particularly its missionaries impoat. complete Oriental massage. Call Jill person, to maintain a Detroit Free
for app't., 995-5347 before 11 p.m. Press Delivery Route each morn-
Wed. 4:15, Oct. 27-Aud. "A" Angell H all--LECTURELegit Only Please. 21J1110 ing. Daily and Sunday. Profit $20-
- ---- - - 35 per week. Phone 668-6911. 63H029
"THE PEASANT INDIAN STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL IN COLOMBIA How can an WILL GIVE private guitar lessons --.-
outsider trained in the Social Sciences relate to it?" in exchange for piano, language, BUSBOYS, early lunch, sorority
boxing, martial arts, or fencing les- house. 761-7110. cHtc
non" '' sons. 995-539. 84J1028 - -- - - ---
Thurs. noon, Oct. 28-International Center __-GRADUATINGB.S.N.'s-Rese.ve a
CONVERSATION/DISCUSSION (brown bag) THE SECRETARIAT year ofser"vincen therNavyouurse
GONZALO CASTILLO and invited faculty (open to the public) D SSERTATION Corps. Make your first professional
SHEPARD FORMAN, Anthro. U of M FRANCES SVENSSON; Poli. Sc. U of M ISET IOposition worthy of your education!
SPECIALISTS Call Navy Nurse Programs at (313)
Wed. 4:15, Nov. 3-Aud. "A" Angell Hall-LECTURE Typing, Copying, Binding 26a7789 or 7845. Call collect. Cal
"WESTERN SOCIETY AGAINST THE INDIAN IN SOUTH AMERICA: Government Editing, Notary Service 'ty.I
812 outhStae SteetFLYING ROUND-TRIP to L.A. or;
Policies, Foreign Corporations and Christian Missionaries-Threats to Indian Sur- 812 outh StaeSanatri
vival" New Hours: I11 a.m-6 p.m. a 'acsothsCrsms
or by appointment 994-3594 will pay $25 so my 2 kids could
cJtc ride with you at half fare. Call 971-j
Thurs. noon, Nov. 4-International Center uahr_._ _ 7961 evenings. 47H1029
CONVERSATION/DISCUSSION (brown bag) EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL
E PI S A PART TIME Recreation Director.
GONZALO CASTILLO and invited faculty (open to the public) sf-orrectin with carbon BaskATbaTIMvolleyba general ree-
DANIEL LEVINE, Poli. Sci., U of M KENNETH LANGTON, Poli. Sci., U of M IBM self-ssecttin s, arbo reation. Limited salary. Good char-
ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts, acter references. Can arrange'school
For information-Office of Ethics and Religion, 3204 Michigan Union, 764-7442 term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam field credits. 482-4700. 18H1028
pus location. Call Jim, 665-696 fil-rdt.48-70 812
cJllol I AFTERN -- 2 - nd s
I AFTER--- -- -- --OONS, 2-6 2-8, Mondays

HELP WANTED PERSONAL
ONE HALF-TIME SALESMAN. Must DEAR CUSTOMER - Our Sugges- C
have CAR. Call ASCOTT CORP., tions for Preparation of Your Origi-y
1202 S. Main, 663-2023. 45H1030 nals-PENCIL AND PENS-Pencil is h
highly discouraged. Inks should bef
EXPERIENCED SALES person. Part- a dark color; most felt-tip colorsP
time. Apply Marty's Men's Fashion copy well, but avoid yellows,
Clothing, 310 S. State St. 45H1102 orange, gray, and pinks.
ALBERT'S COPYING, 995-0444
DEPRESSED? F e e 1 i n g Hopeless? cFtc
Perhaps we can help you. The
after care/continuing cafe program TO ALL THOSE responding to my
is conducting a study, using medi- advertisement-Don't think I've for-
cation for depression. Participants gotten about you, but I haven't
will be involved for 5 weeks and had the time to properly answer
will earn $50. If you are 18-65, and your letters. I'm still interested. I
have no acute medical problems, hope you ae, too. I'll get back to
call us for initial screening. In- you soon. Box 3. dF1027;
volvement in other therapy does not
exclude you from the study. Our REGISTER now for Art Worlds last
number is 763-5320. Call between session of classes for 1976. Classes-
the hours of Sand 2, Tues. and workshops beginning week of No-
Thurs., or between 12 and 4, Mon. vember 1. Art, dance, photography,
and Wed. 19H1030 mime. karate, yoga, tai chi, not-
EA-ETA-- E------stery, and much hiore. Over 80 spe-
EARN EXTRA MONEY Parttime as cialtzed classes to choose from. 2131,'
a Shaklee distributor, selling top- ; S dain St. 994-8400. 67F1028
quality products. Unlimited earn-
ings, qualify for car. Call Jeff Melt-
zer at 764-680. cH02l2 FREE FOOSBALL
Er 7------- H--- 2Every Menday between 3-4 p.m. at
Send STEEH to court . . . as your the Cross-Eyed Moose. eF423
prosecuting attorney.'-- --
George Steeh ATTRACTIVE professional man. 30.,
Democrat for Prosecuting Attorney LA-raised, rurally stranded by job.
pd. pol. ad.'I Sensitive, tender, supportive. ex-
98H1102 tremely sensual, but also (at times)
demanding, condescending, sarcas-
OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year- tic. Seeks intelligent, affectionate,
round. Europe, S. America, Aus- passionate, quasi - cynical, semi -
tralia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500- 200 stable w a in a n (preferably solid
monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see- about career plans) for companion-
ing. Free inform. Write: Interna- ship,- fun. involvement. Box 98,
tional Job Center, Dept. 13, Box Osseo. MI 49266. O8F1027
4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 57H1111 -- ------ - --
--.;_BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS. 1217
L. P. N .c ,Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. cFtc
NEW SALARY RATES ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual-
ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
The Veteran Administration Hos- State, 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. cF0219
pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an - - ---
active teaching hospital affiliated RE-ELECT
with the U. of M., has immediate GERALD R. DUNN
positions available for license prac- L of M REGENT DEMOCRAT
tical nurses in Med.-Surg. and ICU.
These are permanent U.S. Civil 04F1102 I
Service positions with a full range tB -
of civil service benefits. The salaries WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue pg .
for L.P.N.s with no experience are Shield prescription program. The
$8,396; with six months experience Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer- 1
$9,147; and with one and one-half -ycFtc--
years or more experience $9,923. THE DREAD Necronomicon, by the 1
Effective in November, these initial mad Arab Abdul Azharad, is now1
base pay rates will be increased to available at selected bookstores. 1
$9,384, $9,978 and $10,543 respective- Great Halloween reading! dF027
ly. 10% shift differential is paid G-ao n.". .
far afternoon and midnight shifts. WE KNOW where F~our friends are.
For an immediate interview, Billiards, bowling and pinball atI
please call Mr. Norman Eaton, Per- the Union. cF1028
sonnel Service, V.A. Hospital, Ann
Arbor, Michigan. E313) 769-7100. An Offset Printing, Xerox copies,.
Equal Opportuh~ity Employer. Photostats, screened prints,
67H1028 typesetting and much more.

PERSONAL
GAY ACADEMIC UNION welcomes
you to see Pres. Fleming and others
n a '. hr. documentary, "A Study
n Homophobia." Wed., Oct. 27, 7
p.m., Gay Community Center, 612
&. Forest, B. 763-4186, 665-8838.
46F1027
DISSERTATION.
SPECIAL
LOWEST PR I CE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 So. University, 769-0560
COPTES-2'l , each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROSGE
GAME~
ROOM
611.CHURCHi
cFtc
WOMEN, DO YOU belong in Play-
boy? Highly skilled amateur pho-
tographer can make it happen. Con-
fidentiality assured. Write Michigan
Union 27. 55F1031
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-663-2233
ALLSPORT BICYCLES
cF1212
STUDENTS-
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
~ RCADE
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening
Good Music.
crtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PU1 .
B I R C H A A [ MY H IA F T

PERSONAL

ARBOR I NSTANT
PRINTING

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WOW! That Wilbur! Guess they'll STUDENT ACCOUNTS WEI.COME
put up with almost anybody who's 214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
FUN in the basement snack bar of cFtc
the Michigan League. Open 7:15-
4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and Saturday : XEROX AND OFFSET
oreakfast. For those who like at-
mosphere, good food, and insane fast, low cost duplicating
prices. 68F1030 COPY QUICK
N -- _----- ---- 1207S.University 769-0560
NEED A COFFEE BREAK? Come to cFtc
the Wesley Foundation from 9:30- A _T__ - ANL -- - T
11:00 a.m. every Thursday. Free AT ,O - ANALYSIS, h by LuBihTI-hd
stuff. Corner of State and Huron tunik, British trained 'astrologer. I
St. We are friendly. 42F1027 Private or group sessions for non-
__t.__W__ ythreatening, creative problem .sol-
TAYLOR-Bring your best 25 men, ving, Master charge-Bank Ameri-
if you can find 25 men, to pull lard. 994-1311 cF1212
against our better 25 men. Gain- .."------
beg ns37F1027 WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod orj
berg. __ traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
"Every person in this country de- I cFtcI
serves security from violent crime, _RADE YOUR STUB
consumer fraud and environmental: FOR FREE PINBALL
abuse." - George STEEH, Democrat
for Prosecuting Attorney. Your ticket stub from the football
game Saturday afternoon is worth
pd. a25ad.i ilat Tommy~'s Hoiday

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A A{_H N A T 0 O A
;LENIN SITUATION
LEAVES TU RN-BA C K
CADIS DESKS
CAR M D ED
A M R IN0NES NMOT
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T Y CA N NE D A A X
~A TERS VO T
A RS U AR
STA ROSTA PiNDAR
HANDMA iDS ANOL I
0 RNE U TAH NAM ED

99F1031
NOW LISTEN PEOPLES-Dis is da1
week ta sell dem Minnesota foot-t
ball tickets to Zipper. 665-5503 be-{
tween 6 and 11 p.m. 50F1029 F
To STEEH or not to STEEH
That's the choice.
pd. pol. adv.a
95F1027
TODAY, YOUR NEEDS may be dif-
ferent. U. of M. Stylists at the
"REPLAY" is-no longer
the Secret Word
for free pinball at
the Cross-Eyed Moose
The Secret Word is now .cFl4
SEPARATED - DIVORCED WORK-
SHOP for men. women in transi-,
tion. Nov. 5-7. Bob, Margaret Blood,t
769-0046. 48F1105
# RE-ELECT
JERRY DUNN
U of M REGENT-DEMOCRAT
03F1-102
SPOACH SALE - 50% off selectedI
models all styles and colors.
dF1029,
BARGAIN CORNER

Camp, Packard vnd State. cFil1l
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc'

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1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES

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It's good to hear that we're not
the only ones who think that
the Daily coverage of U of M
sports is the best available. But
even though many people get
the Daily only for the Sports
pages we like td think that the
Daily, Ann Arbor's only morn-
ing newspaper, has more to
offer the students and "people"
of Ann Arbor.
We have complete coverage of
the University and University
activities, and although we're
the third oldest college daily
in the nation we're far from
being stuffy.

Cutrsales and phot rdc
tion. Will train. Must be available
full time during holidays. Reduced
hours after 15 January. Minimum
to start. No calls. Sun Photo, 3180
Packard. 30H1028
PART TIME-Little Ceasar's counter
help and pizza maker. North Cam-
pus. 665-8626. 46H1027
MODEL NEEDED
to pose for Playboy centerfold con-
test. Share $5000 prize. 434-1321.
37H1029
R. N.'s

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ACROSS
1 Sheer fabric
5 Author Harriet
Beecher -
10 Kind of dog
14 Migrant worker:
Colloq.
15 Fabric
16 Half: Prefix
17 Is partial
19 Blue flag
20 Direction: Abbr.
21 Part of a shoe
22 Branching like a
fork
24 Contract of a
sort ,
26 Sharp, shrill
sound
'28 Ingenious
30 Witticisms
34 Unquestionable
37 Weeding tool
38 Panza
39 Theater
sign
40 Break out
42 Goat-horned
deity
43 Yea
45 End of an
1 2 3 4
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Denouements
Part of an act
Shakespearean
carpenter
Costumes
Call oneX own
Outlandish
Color
By means of
Over again
At last
Actress Moreno
Slope: Prefix
Liberal --
Nautical rope
Letters
Yesterday
DOWN
Modern inn
Official decree
Know- book
Nautical term
Average
Endeavors to
attain
Outworn
Sad
Result
Money of sorts
Mother of Ares

SAM'S
STORE
LEVL'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionols
Button Fly
Pre-Washed

12 Overlook
13 Astute
18 Noun suffix
23 Eastern noble
25 Saving: Colloq.
27 Get in line
29 People generally
31 Read quickly
32 Dull sound
33 Progeny
34 Part of rpm
35 VP for example
36 Yorkshire river
38 Musial
41 Unsullied
44 Evil look
48 Allays
49 Ancient town of
Galilee
51 Ceasefire
53 Rossini's forte
54 Furrier's concern
55 Boy meets girl
56 Pubs
57 Part of a mon-
ogram: Abbr.
58 Fraternity letter
60 Hebrew prophet
64 Poetic contrac-
tion
65 Kind of dance.

The Veteran Administration Hospi-
tal, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an active 1
teaching hospital affiliated with the
U. of M. has immediate positions
available for registered nurses in'
Med.-Surg. and ICU.
These are permanent U.S. Civil
Service positions with a full range
of civil service benefits. The start-
ing base salary is $10,716 to $14,097/ f
and up per annum, dependent on
education and experience. A 10% r
shift differential is paid for after-
noon and midnight shifts. For an
immediate interview please call Mr.
Norman Eaton, Personnel Service,
V.A. Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
(313) 769-7100, extension 231 An
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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$8.00-$15.00
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