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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 8, 1975

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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HELP WANTED
FULL AND PART TIME Dining room
staff for new restaurant. Call 995-
2900, 10 to 4. 24H1009
WANTED-People, men or women
ages 18-80 who want to earn $100-
$1000 per/month part-time from
their home for an interview. Mail
name, address and phone to P.O.
Box M-2190, Ann Arbor 48106.
14H1015
PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER. $3 per
hour. Call Bob at 995-2554. 18H1009
HOUSEKEEPER needed. 16 hours
per week. $2.25/hr. Contact house-
keeping supervisor at 761-2681. Equal
_Opportunity Employer. 6H1010
PART TIME help for food produc-
tion, 2 or more days a week, 6-8
fhours per day. Apply in person. The1
Bagel Factory, S. University. 23H10121
HELP WANTED for night shift.,
Apply in person. 2295 W. Stadium.
22H1010
MATH TUTOR for High School stu-:
dent. 994-3818, 12H1012{

HELP WANTED
COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJORS:
moonlight for a small Detroit-based
firm that needs several relatively
short programs written in Fortian
and PL/1. Work can be done at
school and mailed to us. If interest-
ed send name, school address, tele-
phone number and summary of
Fortran and PL/1 background. Able'
Employment, P.O. Box 8723, Detroit,
Mi. 48224. 64H109

SUBLET
NEED SOMEONE to sublet apt. in
U Towers immediately. 4 man, 2-
bedroom, $95/mo. 995-9649, leave
message for Don. 88U108
SITUATIONS WANTED
GUITAR and VOICE LESSONS in
your home. Fri.-Sat. daytime. 665-
6689. 450109
EDI CAR1 S

N.B.: Each aroup of chorocters counts os one word.
Hvphenoted words over 5 chorocters count as two words
!this includes telephone numbers)
10 lines euols 1 inch 5 words per line

SALESPERSON needed: immediate Iu" ' %AK
opening, established downtown jew- '64 VALIANT, Slant 6-Rebuilt, very
eler. Apply in person only. Daniel's little rust, tape player, very reliable,
Jewelry, 201 S. Main. 67H107 $350, or best offer. 662-3511. 19N1010
HOUSEKEEPING in exchange for '69 DODGE'Window' Van. $675,
living situation. Sue, 663-0302. must sell. Call 1-878-3593 after 4
35H1008 p.m. 0ON1011
DELIVERY PERSON wanted: must '73 CAPRI aut., air, sunroof, V-6,
have own car. Apply in person after AM/FM, 23,000 miles. Call 662-1981,
4 p.m. 1327 S. University. 50H1008 1-11 p.m. persistently. 32N106
L u n c h meal jobs, LOST AND FOUND
fantastic food. Ca II FOUND-Fraternity medal at U of
1vi game. Name on Medal "Larry."
R iCk at Chi Psi. ~761-95-4554. dA1l1lO

PERSONAL
REGULAR RATES, regular houfrs,
at the same regular place, but still
a very special game for very special
people. Billiards at the Union.
cF1008
15%DISCOUNT on contact lens pre-
parations at the Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. eFte
DEAR HIPS, Behind your cloth de-
greasers, Sameingly, Bob. 10F1008
15% DISCOUNT on acne prepara-
tions at the Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. cFtc
N A T I V E SWEDISH/NORWEGIAN
speaker needed. 994-4854, eves.
02F108
COUPLES WORKSHOP, Oct. 17-19.
Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046.
03F1012
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield Prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112, S. Univer-
sity. cFtc

PERSONAL
KEEP BOWLING and you might get
to be as good as George. Bowling
at the Union. cF1008
INTROSPECTIVE People Unite. Is
your moon in Cancer? A group is
forming dedicated to understanding
the qualities that are particular to
moon in Cancer persons. No doors
are closed to you when you have
turned your understanding outward
to the world, but none are open
when you turn it inward. Write for
info. Daily, Box 333. 21F1010
WE CAN MAKE you look great.
UM Stylists at the Union. cF1008
COPIES-21%c each
Lowest Price Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
cFtC
"MAKE LOVE--NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151

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before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
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and cancellations. The Daily is
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Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
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ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
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vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 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
tor 3 days.
PERSONAL

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE -- Smith-Corona Electra 3-SPEED MEN'S bicycle. S25. Ear-' DELIVERY DRIVERS
120 portable electric typewriter, $160. phone Sharp HA-10A, $15. Call 663- Part-time, must be 18. Apply in per-
Earth Shoes, 9% B, $20. Call 663- 8300 evenings. 49B1009 son after 4 p.m . at Omega Pizza,
6384. 27B101 - 101 Washtenaw Place. 1I,1012
- -- ---- --- HOFNER "Beatle" Bass. Like new.s.
RECTILINEAR 10a SPEAKERS, exc. Call after 6 p~m., 995-8743. 31B1010 ART-TIE temporar t -
condition, $140/pair. Call Dr. M. 1.P-RT-TIMEteporary-typist need-
Goodman, 994-6601 late evenings, TEN-SPEED red, $170. Will sell $120. ed. Must type 60 wpm. 662-1770 for1
keep trying. 06B1014 unused. 995-9188. 82B1010 mteiview cH1005

6281.
24H108
ESCORTS WANTED: $8.00/hr. Ph.
761-7853. 25H109
BUSINESS SERVICES

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TEAC A-7030 -professionalseries, ~ SALESPERSON needed part-time. BNDS for frat parties. Don. 761-
prfesonl eie.F O R RENT Vill age Apothecary, 111 2 S. Univer-.
half-track mastering deck. Call 764-Fa 9431 and 487-5526. catc
6625 persistently. Ask for Jeff. .._ sity. Apply in person, a.m. only. _------ - - __
89B1011 SMALL EFFICIENCY APT. 1328 . cHtc TAROT-Private readings, Waite or
________Geddes. Shown between 1 and 5. __Crowley deck, question fully an-
SONY STEREO HP-480, $125. .663- 17C1010 PHONE SOLICITORS alvzed with reference to Cabala,,
4039 after 6 p.m. O1B1012 I ._ -- -_- --- -.-- -- . -- _
4 _ _ _TWO BDRM. APT, for rent. Call Several people needed for pleasant, .OTO and Hindu tradition. 769-1277a
S995-8985 769-7587 07C1010 temporary telephone work from our after 5 o'clock. 05J101
oad cditi $875 Call vening office here in Ann Arbor. $2.75/hr. -_y-ng. B__ -. g E- ting
994-6645. 93B1012 SINGLE ROOM for non-smoking' plus liberal bonus. Hours 9:30 a,m.- TYPNCoing, Bindry Eiting,
person in friendly semi-cooperative 4:30 p.m. or 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Call Vickie Keypunching, Notary Service.
-- -- ')THE SECRETARIAT
RESTORED '53 HUDSON Hornet. house. CatherinefDivisio1. 995-3692, at 769-8084. 91H1010 Dissertation Specialists
Runs well. Funky and Fusiform. 90C1011 ------ - - ----__12 S.StateStret
995-8342 evenings. 99B1009 -___--.. ~--_- - --_ANATOMY TUTOR needed for Den- . e ree
gTAKE OVER LEASE Nov. 1. One tal Hygene Student. 764-6038. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
RECORDS: bdrm. apt. very close to campus. 86H1009
hundreds and hundreds of them. Call after 6, 665-8410. 98C1012 ---E-- - -E _. xp- TRANSMOGRIFYING
Man oldies, but goodies. - ..-__®_SUBJECTS NEEDED to experimentTRNMGIY Gf
May'ldes1bt ooie.TYPING
SLEEPING BAGS ROOM IN SEMI CO-OP house. Near on group decision making. Avg. pay
down d dcampus. $65 plus utilities. Must like -$2.50 for 1 hr. of your time. Dates: All electric. Serving the academic'
donandcrn . anmals. Call 769-2097. 9201012 Wed., Thurs., Fri., Oct. 8-10, 3:30 professional and business communi-
ART-PRI---- - .-p.m. Call Prof. Chamberlin, 763-0097 ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
40 high quality masters. LARGE BEDROOM In Co-op house. 94H108 MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
10RG2 BEDRForest-No.op Comee.anytime.8'cJtc
.1002 S. Forest-No. 1 Come anytime.763-6360 S. Forest. 79C1010 --------- -----.----..- -_.
75B108 --- -- -- WORK STUDY STUDENT: to type - - ___-.___- -
FEMALE to share a double in a 10-15 hr./wk., $3.00/hr. Some know-. I AM a full-time, free lance typist
house. 995-9363. 74C1010 I ledge of linguistics is required. 764- with considerable experience typing
----__. . . - 2413. 42H108 books, dissertations, papers. I type
Read NY 60 Q e 2-BDRM. APT, available with park- - --.-.... . _ __.-. . _- ___ over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
p 9 ing and moder appliances. 913 BABYSITTER extraordinary! For 10 guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
Dewey. Call collect 1-264-5698 any-? hours per week. Care of lovable, but IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
book in 15 minutes! time or 995-8978 after 6 p.m. f;retarded and hyperactive 11-year-old 665-0166. 91J1015
37C1048' girl.Must have 3:30-5:30 free week--
METHOD CAN. BE LEARNED - days. $2.25 per hour, start immedi- MISCELLANEOUS
ROOM AND BOARD ately. Own transportation, or Dial- .
IN 1 HOUR _. __a-Ride. Please call 665-6853, after 4
MALE GD. STDNT. seeks room in p.m. 95H1011 FREE
NeW revolutionary readinn house with others to share expenses. --------------- -. -
technique. No tools or mo- Days 1-721-6000, Ext. 315; Nights Help Wanted: ARBY'S ROAST BEEF All pinball at TOMMY'S HOLIDAY
chine required. 1-326-7852. 09E1010 RESTAURANTS of Ann Arbor and CAMP on Wednesday from 1-1:30
rYpsilanti are now accepting appli- 'p.m. Packard and State. cMlOO8
Send $4.95ONE OR TWO STUDENTS cations for full and part time help.- - -- -
Room and Board, in exchange for Both restaurants are in need of aY IN AN
brcram nd written money |12 hrs. (1 student) or 20 hrs. (2 weekend janitor. Hours are 6:30 a.m. (I \
back quarantee. students) per week. Care of lovable, to 10:30 a.m. Ann Arbor needs part OR I G I NAL
but retarded and hyperactive 11 time night closers. Hours are 5
SPEED READING year-old girl. Must have 3:30-5:301p.m. to2a.m. Also some lunch time PINBALL W1ZARD
INSTITUTERE DI G or so. Pltase call 665-6853, after 4 The Ypsilanti Restaurant needs a T
INSTITUTE p m.call665-6853,96E1011 full time janitor. Hours are 6:30 T-SH I RT
a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on weekdays. by getting the high score for the
P.O. Box 478A BIKES, SCOOTERS Please apply in person at either week on the T-Shirt machine TM at,
__restaurant on Oct. 6, 7, 8, and 9 these area arcades: Tommy's Holi-'
Detroit, Michigan 48232 RALEIGH SUPER COURSE GT, ex- between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. for day Camp, Packard and State; The'
cellent cond. Call 483-7282. personal interview. Ann Arbor Arby's Crosseyed Moose, 613 E. Liberty; and,
55Z1009 3021 Washtenaw Ave. Ypsilanti Ar- Flibber McGee on West Cross in E
- ®_ _________ __.____-.____ ._... '_by's 3015 Washtenaw Ave. 85H1008' Ypsi, cM108'
---_ - - - -- - - - -j THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR is ac- BICYCLES left unclaimed at Lenny
cepting applications Oct. 6-Oct 16. Bruce House: blue Bendix Huffy, 1-
for Winter Book Rush 1976. Further speed; 1-speed repainted black; 3-
M ICH IGAN UNDERGRADUATE information and/or applications speed Sports model; 3-speed blue
may be obtained at the desk in the Traveller; 3-speed green Huffy. To
rear of the cellar, in the basement claim bicycles, call 995-733. 23M108
ECONOM IC ASSN of the Union. M-F 9-5, Sat. 10-5, -
Sun 12-5. 87H1016: TIM AND CHRISTINE'S
I --..TAILOR SHOP
E N E RA L M E ET N G COUPLE offering room and board We specialize in fitting clothes with
to student who will sleep there Reasonable Prices, 20 years same
nights and prepare evening meal, location. 2131 2. Main, above Lucky
Fo u de du Call Marianne O'Bara, M-F, 8-5. 764- Drugstore. 663-6228, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.,
orallu n ergirdu tes interested .' 3121. 61H109 Mon. & Fri. till 7. 81M108

LOST - Solid turquoise necklace.
Campus area. Reward. Call 764-6036.
20A1012
LOST-Two Lhasa Apso Dogs. Small
black male answers to Chandi; other
1 smaller tan female answers to Tara.
$30 reward. Any information wel-
come.-994-5272. 97A1011
LOST: Old postcard of artist's sculp-
I ture studio. Any information, con-
tact Mary, 665-7222. REWARD!
70A1010
LOST DOG
WHITE SHEPHERD and HUSKY
2 shot pellet wounds in snout; red
collar. Reward! 995-9671. 47A1010
WANTED TO BUY
ORIENTAL RUGS: we buy used and
new. 769-8555 or 995-7597. cKtc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MARTIN 00-18 used. 761-9431, 487-
5526. cXtc
GUITAR, PA and Instrument Amp-
lifier service by Ken of Audio Elec-
tronics. 662-6898; after 5:30 p.m.
77X109
USED ZILDJIAN CYMBALS. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
USED ZILDJIAN cymbals. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
USED FENDER, Rhodes piano.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
DREADNAUGHT GUITAR SALE.
Used guitars starting at $49.95. Apo-
llo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
cXtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
GOLDEN RETRIEVER mixed pup-
pies; gentle, lovable companions
searching for same. $25 to $10. 1-
685-9893. 13T109
PERSONAL
COPIES-2% i/ each
Lowest Price Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William
665-4321
cFtc
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT WORK-
SHOP: Discovering myself and oth-
ers through creative dance. Friday
evening-Saturday, Oct. 10-11. Mar-
garet, Bob Blood. 769-0046. 02F1009
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE FAMOUS
Campus Pinball
ARCADE
Zoltan will tell your fortune for 10c.
I.D. Tags-Metal 25c
1217 South University-across from
Campus Theatre. 2 Free games with
this ad. 1 ad per person. CFl8
MASSEUSES wanted, $7.00/hr. Ph.
761-7853. 26F109
TYPING - RACKHAM/TURABIAN
Format. 3M Copies. Call Judie, 434-
5626. 84F1028
Help
Send a Mouse
to College
Research scientists in
university laboratories
throughout the country need
thousands of mice to help
save lives from cancer.
Will you help?
GIVE TO YOUR
American Cancer Society
Fight cancer
wth a checkup
and a check.
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED Y THE PUDuSHBR

cFtc
LOOKING for some returned travel- - - _-_- _
lers? Come to the International DON'T PAY for a store's overhead
Center 3:30-5:30 p.m. M., T., W., Int. via high mark-up. For the area's
Center (in Mich. Union Bldg.) 603 lowest prices and finest qualities
E. Madison. cF108 possible on an engagement ring,
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
AFRICA, Europe, Asia and Latin versity, 663-7151. cFtc
America. If you've been there, come - - -
our the:returned travellers coffee PINBALL A ND
Center (in Mich. Union Bldg.) 603
E. Madison. cF108 , COFFE
- IThe Crosseyed Moose and Tommy's
RETURNED TRAVELLERS Coffee Holiday Camp invite you to enjoyi
Hour Discuss your experiences with free coffee every morning until the
others coming home from a trip pot's gone, cF108
abroad. 3:30-5:30 p.m. M., T., W. Int.
Center (in Mich. Union Bldg.) 603 R T O A -
E. Madison. cF108RN
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and EMOT IVE-
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower, TRA I N I NG
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring- fall programs
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206 RET Training for Professionals,
E. Huron. cFtc Paraprofessionals and Graduate
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print- Students. Oct. 1975 to June 1976.
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217 E WOMEN Assertive Training. Oct.!
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. 4, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.f
cFtc Er WOMEN On going weekly group.
Tuesdays, Oct. 7 to Dec. 30, 7
PERMANENT weight loss, smoking p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
reduction, study efficiency, tension I RET Marathon Weekend Resi-,

control, through behavior medifi-
cation. Call 994-0019. cFtc
HOCKEY-IM Goalie wanted. Call
764-2014. 08F1012
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
I U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER
FINAL SALE
THIS WEEK,
OCT. 10/8-12
All new furniture. Sofas, $90. Up-
holstered chairs, reg. $79, NOW $35.
Sofa, love-seat and chair, , high
quality, $185. Sofa-beds, sleeps two,
$79. Herculon sofa and chair, $165.
Dinette set, 4 chairs and formica
table, $67. Bedroom set, $135. Bunk
beds, $55. NEW SHIPMENT'S AR-
RIVED: MATTRESS OR BOX
SURINGS, NEW, IN WRAPPER, $30
EACH.
Knights of Columbus Hall, 1915
Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor. Exit I-94
at Jackson Rd. Sale starts Wed.
12-8 p.m. Thurs. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri.
11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sun. 12-6 p.m.
Bring truck or trailer and save
more.
SO HURRY!!!
W1012

dential Encounter. Oct. 10-12
(Friday 6 p.m. to Sunday 4 p.m.)
. COUPLES ENRICHMENT MARA-
THON. Oct. 18 & 19 .(Saturday 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. & Sunday 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Q MEN Assertative Training. Oct.
25, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Q FEMALE SEXUALITY AND EX-
PRESSION. Nov. 1, 9:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.
E MEN & WOMEN Assertive Train-
ing. Nov. 22, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Q EMOTIVE - RATIONAL MARA-
THON Residential Weekend. Dec.j
12-14 (Friday 6 p.m. to Sunday'
4 p.m.)
Name ..
Address.Phone.
Institute for Rational Living of
Michigan, Inc., 2512 Carpenter Road,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. 973-
1480, 971-5080. eFtc
ATTRACTIVE, neat, well-mannered
man of 21, with varied interests,
willing to meet a woman of the
same. Call Steven, 487-5254. 32F108
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc

FLEXIBLE, creative piano teacher
offers lessons on campus. Theory,
ear-training available. Master's de-
gree. 662-5850, midnight or before
11 a.m. 68F1028
WOMENON-GOING
WEEKLY GROUP
Wednesdays for 12 weeks, starting
'Oct. 8, to Dec. 31, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30
p.m. Institute for R ational Living
of Mich. 2512 Carpenter Rd., Ann
Arbor, 48104. 971-5080 and 973-1480.
58F108
WERE YOU IN EUROPE? In case
you were,kmeet others who've just
come back to the U.S. too. 3:30-
5:30 p.m. M, T, W, International
Center (in Michigan Union Bldg.)
603 E. Madison. 76F108
PIANO, ORGAN. Terrific teacher!
Improvement guaranteed. Professor
world-famous Santa Cecilia Aca-
demy, Rome, Italy. Concert pianist.
Beginners, advanced, will learn in
your home. 662-4401. 18F1024
DIRECT P1RCHASING, volume sell-
ing and marginal profits assure you
that ,your diamond will be an in-
vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
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WHERE HOUSE RECORDS Presents
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The Rudolf Steiner Institute of the Great Lakes Area
COLOR: AN EARTHLY EXPRESSION
OF AN ARCH ETYPAL RELATIONSHIP
a series of 10 sessions of lectures,
demonstrations & exercises on color Given by
R. LOGSDON and A. ZAJOUC
at The Rudolf Steiner House
1923 Geddes Ave.
beginning THURS., OCT. 9, 8 p.m.
FEE: $20-($2.50 for individual sessions)
inquiries: 665-4701
A career in law -
without law school.
What can you do with only a bachelor's degree?
Now there is a way to bridge the gap between an.
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Since 1970, The Institute for Paralegal Training
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If you are a student of high academic standing
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Contact your placement office for an interview with
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ACROSS
I Freighter's load
6 Feminine title
10 Thin wire nail
14 Proficient
15 Ancient Theban
deity
16 What the "six
hundred" did
17 Hearts and
spades
19 Jacob's rival
20 Compass pt.
21 Top quality
22 Yawning
fissures
24 Special sort of
fastener
26 Kick: Colloq.
27 Makes lace
28 Blue Ribbon
competitor
32 Kind of material
34 Swift
35 Netherlands
commune
36 Author Anita
37 Rolling sea
38 Swedish first
name
39 Beard of grain
40 Heel
41 Poker
maneuver
42 Southwestern
shrub

44 Human being
45 Biblical
preposition
46 Deep ravines
49 Bridge error
52 Actor Lynde
53 Room
54 Jai-
56 Military
decoration
58 Sign in printing
59 Goad onward
60 Stray calf
61 Sibilant sounds
62 Wear well
63 Ardent
DOWN
1 Quadruped
2 Fictional
Italian town
3 Turn-downs
4 DLO place
5 Strait between
Italy and
Albania
6 Dishearten
7 French friend
8 Clever remark
9 Place securely
10 Whisper
11 Betsy Griscom
12 One of the
Smiths
13 - ex

machina
18 French coins
23 Rhine wine
25 Dodge City's
state: Abbr.
26 Pastel shade
28 Famous orator
of 1774-75
29 Cold buffet fare
30 Pindarproducts
31 Hackman of
Hollywood
32 Silent one
33 British general,
1775
34 Andean capital
37 Malicious
38 Author Bellow
40 Depressed
41 Musical em-
bellishment
43 Popular game
44 Like some
grapes
46 Proofreader's
mark
47 Unearthly
48 Sign of
contempt
49 Float
50 Site of early
Olympicgames
51 Boundless
52 Smalldogs
56 Hour, inItad
57 Antelope of
Tibet

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