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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

saturday, November 8, 19

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SFOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday ___

PERSONAL PERSONAL
MONEY, grants and scholarships, WISH to get hold of copies of
How to Get Them. Tues., Nov. 11, KRAITH, 764-9668 between 5:30 and
8 p.m. East Conf. Room, Rackham. 7:30. dF1108
04F1112
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FOR RENT FOR RENT SUBLET LOST ANDFOUND TRANSPORTATION
OWN ROOM in house-nice, quiet WINTER CONTRACT for woman' OSU tickets for sale, block of 8 to- LOST: small green spiral notebook NEED TRANSPORTATION from Ply-
neighborhood. Call Mike at 668-6869 available in south campus Co-Op. gether. Sec. 28, Row 21-22. Highest with the word JOURNAL on it. Jeff, mouth to Clinic in Ann Arbor,
after 9 p.m. weekdays, anytime Sat. Amy, 761-0828 or 0829. 97C1109 offer. 994-5876 or 668-7781. 08Q1114 668-6291. dAlil Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:00 a.m. Fi-
afr Sunky, y16C116 Amy, °1 - - -or- SUBLET-for male grad. Own fur- - nancial arrangements. Phone 455-
-- - LEASE FOR SALE: Markley, Janu- nished room in 2-bedroom apt. OneLO :rTerae dard.atch.N
1-BDRM. available immediately. ary term. Ellen. 764-9716 persistent- block from campus, off-street park- Albert Terrace. Reward. 769-3758.
Nov.-Dec., in 2-bdrm. apt. Huron ly. 24C1119 ing and laundry, $112.50, share utili0--- 111DIVER-RIDEspid n gm .54a-
Towers. No lease, female. 647-3522. . ---- - ------- ties. Avail. winter term, 995-4934 CAT LOST: gray and tan female, 4294, collect. 98G1110
89C1111 3 FEMALE roommates needed for 5- persistently. 05U1109 near Gott St. and N. Summit. Re-
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. woman apt. 1 single, 1 double room ward. 662-5155. 39A1108 TRAVEL
available. Close to campus. Fireplace, SLEEPING ROOM near campus__
Furnished 1-bdrm. apt. in conven- dishwasher, quiet neighborhood. Call aavilable now. Nov. rent paid. $65/ $100 REWARD. Female German
ient campus location. 665-8825. 1 persistently, 994-3566. dC1108 mo. 994-6433 or 663-1356. 75U1109 Shepherd, part Husky. 50 lbs. black, TRAVEL ON FOREIGN SHIPS.
25C1111 - - - tan and white. 3 yr. old. "Emily." GOOD PAY, MEN AND WOMEN. NO
ALBERT TERRACE APTS.: 2 male SUBLET for 1-bedroom in apart- 995-0776. 96A1108 EXPERIENCE. SEND STAMPED
WINTER TERM housemate wanted leases available December in fur-. ment on campus for January. Free -SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE,
for huge room in beautiful house. nished bi-level, A/C, dishwasher, I parking. Call Jan, 95-9527. GLOBETROTTER, BOX 864, ST. JO-
CC, $120//mo. 662-6115. 72C1111ROA SEPH, MO. 64502. 26P1111
2 ROOMS available for women in Campus, hospital, Arb. -87/mo. - FEMALE TRANSFER student desiresW
feminist, vegetarian, nice old house. 7154. 58C1113 MISCELLANEOUS roommate(s) and apartment for WANTED TO BUY
$75/mo. 665-7327. 91C1109 ~~~~--~~~-- winter semester. Write Elaine No- -- ---
--- -TICKETS wak, 895 Alpin Bch., Bay City, MI SMALL utility trailer, moving soon.
BRIGHT, cozy room, bath, beautiful - -...48706. 46Y1111 662-6386 evenings. 07K1111
home for man. 662-3481. 93C1109 WANTED: Tickets to osU game. ELECTIONS NOV. 18-20 - -- ----
-- -- --willing to bargain, call after 6 p.m.Ij ORIENTAL RUGS
OWN ROOM in 3-bedroom apart- 971-5946. 73Q1114 Persons interested in filing for 16 USICAL M SE.,We buy new and used. 769-8555,.320
ment. Female only. Available Jan. delegate positions in a possible all- RADIOS REPAIRS buy n d . -
$110/mo. Call 994-5987. 70C1108 WANTED: 2 Ohio State tickets. Anyvcampus constitutional convention E. Liberty. cKtc
____ ____...._._. Section, call 663-7725. 71Q1113 may do so until Nov. 11. 11 U.H.C. NEW CITATION GUITAR: Damaged_
WINTER TERM female lease, single-seats are up for election also. (Dead- in shipment. 1 Price. Apollo Music WA NTED TO RENT
room in Baits. Pat, 763-2801 between WANTED: 2 M-OSU football tickets. line for filing is Nov. 14). Details, Center, 323 . Main, Ann Arbor. -
4:30 and 8 p.m. 44C1111 Call collect, 513-548-1319 or 614- 763-3241 or see S.G.C., 3909 Michigan { cXtc WANTED: a one-person furnished
- . - 846-5718. 53Q1108 Union. 17M1111 ______unit for male grad, 25, quiet and
WINTER LEASE for female. S. Cam- ___--______-___----------- DYNACO SCA-80Q Integrated power responsible. Needs to be fairly close
pus Co-op. Suzi, 761-1058. 4101109 1 2 OSU tickets for sale. 769-0215 af- CLASSICON-a pulp science fiction, amp. 80 watts rms, $170. 764-0818. to campus. Clean, and quiet, com-
ter 50 1107 mysteryconventinAtthe AnnAri mon kitchen and bath okay-sublet

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CONFIDENTIAL TO
SCARED SILLY:
The first thing to do is to get him
to realize the import of the threats.
It's a serious matter that must be
treated seriously. Then both of them
should seek professional help. In the
Ann Arbor area, counseling is avail-
able at the Crisis Walk-In Center
(212 S. 4th Ave.. 761-9834), The Psy-
chological Clinic (1027 E. Huron,
764-3471). Child & Family Services
(2301 Platt, 971-6520) and Ozone
House (769-6540); recommended in
roughly that order. She needs coun-
seling, not necessarily to be "locked
up". Once both of you understand
this, he will probably be more will-
ing to get outside advice and help.
-GERTIE
dF1112
THERE IS a game going on here ev-
ery Saturday. BILLIARDS at the
Union. cF1108
TRY US at 11 a.m.-your choice of
lanes and pinball at the Union.
cF1108
GEE, OH GEE, Birdie, if I supply
the Drambuie will you supply the
backgammon? (We can go dutch on
the boogie). The Catholic. dF1108
FREE BOWL OF BROWN RICE
with this ad
VEGETABLE UNION
Ann Arbor's budget-minded natural
foods cafeteria
Open 11-1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Ground floor, Michigan Union
92F1111
SHARP, ultra-liberal male wishes to
meet attractive female of the same
for personal sensitivity sessions.
Write "Freud", Box 25, Michigan
Daily. dF1109
ATTRACTIVE, intelligent, and cre-
ative young man interested in meet-
ing similar young woman for con-
versations over apples and cheeses
and fun. Box 17, Michigan Daily.
dF1109
WE'LL GIVE YOU all the pinball
games you can play Sunday Night,
between 9 and 9:30 p.m. 613 E. Li-
berty. cF1108
GOOD LOOKING law student would
like to meet a woman who is in-
telligent, attractive and always fun
to be with. Interests should include
films, plays, music, politics-living,
loving, thinking, dreaming and talk-'
ng. Write Box 22. 99F1109
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc

K I I UN/\L-
EMOTIVE
TRAINING-

MEN ASSERTIVE
TRAINING
Fall Programs=
Oct. 25, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
RET TRAINING FOR
PROFESSIONALS,
PARAPROFESSIONALS I
AND GRADUATE
STU DENTS
WOMEN ON GOING
WEEKLY GROUPS
$15.00
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Wednesdays
EMOTIVE-RATIONAL
MARATHON
RESI DENTAL WEEKEND
Dec. 12-14 (Friday 6 p.m. to
Sunday 4 p.m.)
RET STATE
CONFERENCE
$20.00
Dr. Albert Ellis, Nov. 14, 15, 16,
Ann Arbor
COUNSELING &
PSYCHOTHERAPY
INDIVIDUAL
AND GROUP
By Appointment Only.
Institute for Rational Living of
Michigan, Inc., 2512 Carpenter Road,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104. 973-
1480, 971-5080. cFtc
HELP YOUTH in crisis. Be a tem-
porary parent. 1 day-2 wks. Call
Ozone House, 769-6540. 85F1210

PERSONAL
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospeet, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc
WEI)lI)ING INVITlATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
PERMANENT weight loss, smoking
reduction, study efficiency, tension
cozItrl. t hrough behavior modifi-
cation. Call 994 0019. cFtc
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring-
er-Kleinschnidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron cFtc
COPIES - 2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
SEPARATED? DIVORCED?
Residential weekend workshop for 10
men women in transition from be-
ing coupled to being single again.
Nov. 14-16. Bob, Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 06F1114
LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
BOARD EXAM TUTORING: enroll-
ments now being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to prepare
for the Med Cats, DAT, and LSAT
board. Call (313) 354-0085. cFtc
MAY WE HELP with your non-pre-
scription drug needs? The Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University.
DORM RESIDENTS
interested in policy concerns may
file for 11 available seats in Univer-
sity Housing Council Election (Nov.
18-20). Filing deadline is Nov. 14,
S.G.C. offices, 3909 Michigan Un-
ion. 16 Delegate positions for pos-
sible Constitutional Convention are
also available, deadline Nov. 11.
16F1108
* 2 FREE GAMES *
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 S. University
1 ad per person
cFtc
"DEAR GERTIE"

ATTRACTIVE large campus effici-
ency. January sublet. Call persis-
tently, 662-9586. 56C1111
FURNISHED ROOM, 483-3795, 482-
7329. 'f 27C1118

There I a
difference" !!
* PREARE FOR:
Over35 years e
of experience e
DATandsuccess
" Small classes e
* L A Voluminous home
* study materials
TG Courses that are 0
constantly updated 0
" "
Tape facilities for *
views of class *
" DAT lessons and for use*
" 5 of supplementary "
" FLEX materials «
"Makeups for "
missed lessons
- NAT'L MED BDS :
* Write or call: "
" 1945 Pauline Blvd.
" Ann Arbor 48103 "
" 662-3149 "
" 21711 W. Ten Mile Rd.
* Southfield, Mi. 48015 "
" (313) 354-0085 "
0r
" "
" "
"EDUCATIONAL CENTER "
"eTEST PREPARATION "
SPECALSTSSINCEi
L Branches n Malor U S Gties
The Sales]

ter 5. 5Q10
4 Michigan-Ohio tickets. 30-yard a
line. $200 or best offer. Call 764-
1995. 40Q1109
CALIFORNIA DC-8 JET. $175 round-
trip Dec. 20-Jan. 4. Open UM stu-
dents, faculty, staff. Call Marla af-
ter 5:30, 665-7988. 60Q1112
OHIO STATE-Mich. game, 2-4 tick-
ets. Must be good seats. Call col-
lect, Ed Kelley. 313-349-4179.
23Q1115
NEED 30 M-OSU seats. No singles
please. $20-25 ($35 if between 30-!
50 yd. line). 1-614-888-4082.
06Q1112 ,'
WANTED: (2) tickets, Ohio State.
Will pay $100. Call collect, (415-
661-9726). 85Q1108
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AKC Springer Spaniels. Excellent 1
male pups, wormed, shots. 761-0614.
05T1108
NORWEIGIAN ELKHOUND P U P S,
good watch dogs, good with chil-
dren. Call 483-5973. dT

mystery convention at the Ann Ar-! 76X1109 'mnxtenaaan a-sDe
bor Inn, Friday, Nov. 7, 5-10 p.m.,! .-_ - -- okay. Start approx. Jan. 995-4934,
Sat., Nov. 8, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., LESSONS AVAILABLE: Strings, per- persistently, ask for Rick. 06E1109
Sun., Nov. 9, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Movies, cussion and band instruments, tap
art, auctions. SAM MOSCOWITZ, i instruction. Apollo Music Center, HELP! Room desperately needed in
GUEST OF HONOR. Admission 1|323 S. Main, 761-9340. cXtc house. Immediate occupancy, 769-
day $3.50, 3 days $7.00. 37M1108 1733. 02L1111
__1 ALTO SAX: professional horn. Great -
BUSINESS SERVICES shape. Cheap. 763-6241. 59X1108 HELP WANTED
-LESSONS AVAILABLE - Strings, COOK FOR RATERITY
STUDENT will do yard work and percussion, percussion and band COOK FOR IFRATERITY
put up storm windows at very rea- instruments, tap instruction. Apollo Feed 45 men 14 meals. Experience
sonablet rates, anytime. 761-7447. Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9340. necessary. Call 995-1746, -994-6063.
97J1109 cXtc 10H1112
BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761- NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos HEALTH-MEDICAL specialists, Pro-
9431 and 487-5526. cJtc from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761- fessionals, Agriculturalists and Gen-
- 9430. cXtc eralists needed for volunteer jobs in
TYPING DONE in my home. Accu- underdeveloped countries in Asia,
rate, speedy, cheap. 973-9618. TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off, Africa, and Latin America PEACE
08J1107 must mention ad. See Don, Apollo CORPS interviews next week at Ca-
IAM ful-ierelMusic Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430. reer Planning and Placement.
I AM a full-time, free lance typist 84H1108
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. ItypeI FOR SALE BABYSITTER(s) with car. Need
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy i___ ___ __ warm, creative person(s) to care for
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. '70VW CAMPER: full pop top, sink, retarded, lovable, 11 year old girl.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, ec refrigerator, air conditioner, 3:30-5:30 Monday through Friday,
665-0166. cJtc $2800 Good condition. 1-313-582- $2.25 per hour. Call 665-6853.
$280. God coditin. 1313-82-9OH1109
TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing, 8342. 13B1114
Keypunching, Notary Service. SATURDAY and Sunday, 10-5, 1102 COORDINATOR-? time, for Local
THE SECRETARIAT Oakland, Ann Arbor. Clothing for Motion, alternative fund raising and
Dissertation Specialists family, hanging fixtures, wired brass community education cooperative
812 .. State Street fittings, records, books, moreB or human services. Organizing
I 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594 23B1109 skills and knowledge of Ann Arbor
TRNSO .I.- __required. Send resume to Local
TRANSMOGRIFYING ONE DORM LEASE for sale. Winter Motion, 225 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor.
TYPING term, male double in Mosher-Jor- 48108 or call 994-0370. Deadline
All electric. Serving the academic, dan. Open as early as Dec. 1. 764- Nov. 14. 41H1111
professional and business comRuni- 9826 40B1109
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU- NEED honest non-political pollwork-
MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146. EIGHT TICKETS together for Mich- ers for SGC/UHC election Nov. 18-20.1
cJtc igan-Ohio game. Inquire at 995- $2.40/hr. for day or nighttime shifts.
uU___ CARS~ 2051. 77B1113 763-3241, 3909 Michigan Union.
USED A RS41H1112
BOOKS, records, clothing, toys. Ha- _ _ ,- --
1970 BUICK Custom LeSabre. 4-door dassah Rummage Sale. New and re- TOP SPARE-TIME earnings selling
hardtop, power brakes and steering, cycled merchandise on sale at Ar- .sterling silver jewelry. No invest-
air conditioning, AM-FM radio. $995.;- mory, Wed., Nov. 12, 8:30-4:30. ment. Write: Highlights, Inc., 12

STATE
CON FERENCE
ON

LOST AND FOUND
REWARD $50 for return of yellowI
corduroy briefcase and contents-
Manuscripts and Russian books.
Lost Nov, 5 at Church and S. Univ.
Contact F. Svensson, Political Sci-
ence Dept. 764-6312 or 973-0477. #
96A11091
I- - -- - -~
LOST: ladies gold watch, Diag area,
evening of Nov. 4 Reward offered.
Patti, 995-8402. 95A1108
CHARING CROSS
BOOKSHOP
Used, Fine and Scholarly Books$
316 S. STATE-994-4041
Open Mon.-Fri. 10-8,
S-St. -0-6

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Call after 6. 662-9540. 09N1113
67 T-BIRD, $300, or best offer. Call
Ted, 663-6263. 74N1108'
1964 MGB Roadster, Perfect mechan-
ical condition. 1968 ignition. $350 or
I best offer. 995-9746. 94N1109
MERCURY '70, No. 550. Four new
tires, new brakes, engine in good
condition. Needs a little body work.
Call 995-9351. 42N1116
1971 OPEL MANTA
Great engine and body.
973-0836 eves.
63N1109
I{U" TowersI

Helping
others
to help
them-
selues.

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WHAT'S HAI
SGC Elections
16 CONSTITUTIOI
DELE
FILE B
11 UNIVERSITY H
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FILE B
Room 3909-
763-

79B1111 Cameo Ridge Rd., Monsey, N.Y. 10
952, Att: Mr. E. Fishman. 52H1109
INDIAN JEWELRY - Large Dealer
' closing out. All jewelry at 50, 60,1 OFFICE MANAGER, half-time. GEO
70% off.uWed.-Sat. 1915 JacksonI 514 E. William, upstairs, 995-0221.
Rd., Ann Arbor. K.C. Hall. 84B1108 General office coordination, typing
- .- -. -- --. -.50 plus wpm, hours flexible. Salary
OLYMPUS 35RC, leather case, ex- $5/hr. Applications 10-2 at office
cellent condition. $80 or best offer., through Sat., 8 November. Affirma-
Neal, 994-0824. 13B1109 tive Action Employer. 68H1108
TAKUMAR LENS 135 mm/3.5, with WE ARE putting together one of
case, tens hood, like new. $70 or the most wonderful catalogues any-
best offer. Neal, 994-0824,. 14B1109 where. The Guitar's Friend. The
-- -- - - -- - catalogue is centered around music
QUEEN-SIZE WATER-BED with and our farm. We need some addi-,
frame. Cheap. Call 1-476-0766, eve- tional artistic help. The only re-
nings. 04B1109 quirements, outside of being able to
--_-- - communicate with graphic art, is
FURNITURE SALE to have a car to get out of here,
Dinettes $57.50, Sofabed $79, Hercu- about 1 hour NW of Ann Arbor. Call
Ion Couch $99.50, Bunk Beds $57.50 5177-851-8321 in the evening. Ask
Mattresses from $27.95. 1915 Jackson for Laurence. 48H1108
'd,6blcsArbor. K.C. Hall. 83Btof1apl TELEPHONE SOLICITORS
I -- ___------ _____---- Needed immediately: two full-time
STURDY DENIM BOOKPACKS. Flea and 5 part-time. Hourly plus com-
Market, Arborland, 2-5 p.m. Sat., mission plus bonus incentive. Must
Sun. 64B1109 be outgoing and have excellent tele-
- - - -_ - --- phone voice. Phone 995-1882.
12H1115
WORK FOR A LUNCH
PPE NING ? 'MON. - FRI. NOON. CALL
18-20RICK, 761-6281.
on Nov. 18-20 _30H11--
NAL CONVENTION -_ PERSONAL
MFDIA PROFESSIONAL (good sense
GATES of humor and understanding) seeks
foxy 30-year-old. No advances, just
Y 11 /1 romances. Box 21, Michigan Daily.
10 U I NG CO NCILWATCH a ballgame, read a maga-
OUSING COU NCIL zine, or get a haircut: We have the
nonplace for all. U-M STYLISTS at the
ATS p
Union. cFllO8
Y 11/14 DEAR CURVACEOUS RED
You better get with it, kid! What
well-bred Catholic man was seen
-Mich. Union boogiein' with a Birdie with back-
gammon and Drambuie? Has Slinky
-3241 and Blue Eyes run off together, or
why haven't we heard from them?!l
GERTIE
dFllO9

UAC Soph Show presents
"CELEBRATION"
words by Tom Jones
music by Harvey Schmidt
Lydia Mendeissohn Theatre
November 13. 14, 15
Advanced tickets can be purchased
at the UAC Ticket Central. 51F111-2
CLASSICON-a pulp science fiction,
mystery convention at the Ann Ar-
bor Inn. Friday, Nov. 7, 5-10 p.m.,
Sat., Nov. 8, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sun.,
Nov. 9, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Movies, art,
auctions. SAM MOSCOWITZ,
GUEST OF HONOR Admission 1 day
$3.50, 3 days $7.00. 57F1108
$100 WEEKLY possible addressing,
mailing circulars for mail order
firms. Send self-addressed, stamped
envelope. Barlow Enterprises, Dept.
TM. 16447 ElCamino Real No. 4,1
Houston, Texas 77058. 54F1111
CALIFORNIA DC-8 JET. $175 round-
trip Dec. 20-Jan. 4. Open UM stu-
dents, faculty, staff. Call Marla af-
ter 5:30, 665-7988. 61F1112
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151
cFtc
YOUNG MAN yearning love from
young woman. Rich, 663-5877.
95F1108
BARGAIN CORNER
TURKISH
ARTS &
GIFTS
LAMB FUR COATS
Handknit Wool
Mittens, Gloves,
Socks, Sweaters,
Shirts, and Dresses
" Fur and Real
Leather Bags
" Handmade Silver
Jewelry
" Turkish Rugs
And Tapestry
* Copper, Brass,
Onyx & Ceramics
215 E. Liberty
10:30-6 p.m. 761-5554
Cwtc

I Is a personal advice column for
RATIONAL * EMOTIVE those who want an objective, un-
PSYCHOTHERAPY biased opinion from an experienced
source on a troublesome situation.
NOV. 14, 15, AND 16, Inquiries should state EMPHATIC-
HELD AT THE !ALLY if they are NOT to be print-
ed. NO REAL names will be used,
ANN ARBOR INN all information is strictly confi-
NUMEROUS WORKSHOPS USING dential. Write "Dear Gertie," c/o
R.E.T. IN DEALING WITH: Jealousy The Michigan Daily, Box 909. dFte
& Possessiveness, Couple & Family
Counseling, Substance Abuse, Group Set a New Record
Psychotherapy, Clinical Practice, on any of our Pinball machines and
Biofeedback, . Brief Psychotherapy, win a free Submarine Sandwich.
Physical Disability, Hypnosis, Hu- Tommy's Holiday Camp, Packard
manism, Teaching, Sex Therapy, and State and The Crosseyed Moose,
etc., etc. . . . 613 E. Liberty. cF1108
DR. ALBERT ELL IS DIRECT PURCHASING volume sell-
KEYNOTE SPEAKER ing and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
ADVANCE REGISTRATION $20.00 vestment at Austin Diamond; 1209
DOOR REGISTRATION $25.00 S. University, 663-7151. eFtc
MAIL TO:
Institute for Rational Living of
Michigan, 2512 Carpenter Rd., Ann
Arbor, MI 48104, 973-1480 or 971-5080
cF1113
OZONE PARADE PhotographersO r er
color slides wanted for copying by
Photon Drive Light Show. Please
call 668-7385 after 5:00. 18F1109Y o
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SubsCription
Today
764-0558

True charity isn't
always a handful of
rice . ., or the gift of a
warm shirt. . . it's helping others to'help themselves.
A more lasting and dignified way, we say.
Since our foundation in 1859, this has been the
Salesian way. Education is the keynote. What good is a
meal today when one must think of all the tomorrows?
St. John Bosco knew this well. What good are dreams
unless they are translated in reality by deeds?
Around the world, Salesian missioners help their
flock by giving them ways to help themselves. Whether it
is agricultural training or technical training for a trade
they can learn, people are encouraged to find their
own niche, their own way of betterment, their own road
to human dignity and self help. -
Salesians work primarily for youth, for it is in the
young that hope is born. There are Salesian missions in
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I Name Age
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I In-(truly)
6 Ban
10 Fruit
14 Habituate
15 Shield
16 Explorer
Tasman
17 Complete
18 Inherent
capability
20 Take shape
21 Dance
22 Palms off
23 Pried (into)
25 Silent
26 Causes pain
28 Able
32 Actor Holbrook
33 Musketeer
35 Hit the target
36 Theater sign
38 Teuton
40 Taormina's
neighbor
41 Slitlike
43 Q2, for one
45 Daughter of
Loki
46 Adorn mag-
nificiently
48 Under the most
favorable condi-
tions
50 Caustics

51 Inch forward 11 Sashes
52 - Island, 12 Protein food
N.Y. 13 House wings
55 Owns 19 Comments
56 Humor or 21 Laughing
temper matters
69 Serving as a 24 Depot: Abbr.
substitute- 25 Stonecutter
61 Balance 26 - Khan,
62 Common catch Sir Tiger
all abbr. 27 Saw
63 Asiatic 28 Poison
64 Barbara or 29 Apropos:
Clara ~_Phrase
65 Knot 30 Seabirds
66 Successes 31 Traded (in)
67 Among: 34 Angelic
Prefix headwear
37 Fish story
DOWN 39 Approaches
1 Pas - (solo 42 Kind of cake
dance) 44 Map notation:
2 Apprised of Abbr.
3 Injeopardy: 47 Summit
Phrase 49 Lament
4 Quake 51 Containers
5 Pronoun 52 Scandinavian
6 Unenthusiastc name
7 Excited 53 Belgrade name
8 Short time: 54 Part of USMA
Colloq.., 55 Offend
9 Instrumental 57 Bone: Prefix,
10 Gilbert and 58 Cherished
Sullivan 60 Ares assent
title 61 Greek letter

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