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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 6, 1976

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

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FOR RENT
FURNISHED, 1-bdrm. apartment
and single room. 483-3795, 482-7329.
E 60C0206
FALL 1976
1 Modern I and 2 bedroom units
directly on campus
For information call
MODERN
APARTMENTS
418 E. Washington, basement
668-6906 663-3641
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NOW RENTING
FALL 1976 I

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ROOMMATES
WANTED: 1 to 5 persons to share
a nine-bedroom house for fall/
winter '76. 995-7526. 45Y207
FOURTH FEMALE to share modern
home near Arborland. Own bed-
room. Available immediately, $100/
mo. plus utilities. Weekdays (12-6)
call Stephanie, 761-1841. Other times
call 483-6241. 26Y210
WHITMORE LAKE-NEEDED
Woman to share large, unfurnished
apartment and garden Own large
bedroom, closets. Rent: $100/month
plus split cost of heat and phone.
Quiet. No lease. Available Feb. 8.
449-2483 after noon. 995-7526.
27Y210
LOVELY APT. for female house-
mate 994-0515, nights very late.
34Y207
SITUATIONS WANTED
WILL DO HOUSEWORK evenings,
weekends. Call 668-7115. 160207
WEEKEND BABYSITTER. Experien-
ced, cooks, to stay with children.
764-1639. 5700207

N.B.: Each group of character counts as one word.
Hvphenated words over 5 characters count as two words

(this includes telephone
10 lines equals 1 inch

FOR RENT
STUDIO APARTMENT: Furnished,
heated and laundry room. $135/moC
307 Thompson St., 665-8055 after 6,
p.m. 9800205
SOUTH CAMPUS male space avail-E
able in co-op double; Feb.-May;E
room, board, laundry for $130/mo.!
Call 995-9438, ask for Michael. /
5300206
ONE MALE SINGLE ROOM avail-!
able Fall '76. In 8-room co-ed, veryI
co-operatively run house. Interested
in the Arts. 663-7071. 91C0208
Campus-Hospital area. 521 WALNUT.
Large three and four-man units.z
Modern,hair conditioning, dishwash-
er, security. For application call
MODERN APTS., 418 E. WASHING-
TON. 668-6906 and 663-3641. 70C212
OWN ROOM. 4-bedroom house. One
female, two males. now living here.
Available immediately 662-5941.
58C0207
WHITMORE LAKE. Own room in 2-
bedroom house, $105/mo. plus utili-
ties. Large living room, kitchen and
large walled-in porch. Call after I
midnight, 449-8954. 6302113
MODERN 2-bedroom apt. for rent,
on campus. Apt. pick up lease thru
Aug. Call 426-3874 -persistently in;
morning and early afternoon.
100207
AVAILABLE MARCH 1st Large ef-
ficiency, furnished, with full kitch-
en, 1 block from campus. Call after
6:30 p.m. 995-4716. 8100206
SEVEN BEDROOMS in enormousi
house. Open-fall. Beautiful interior,{
superb location, low rent, co-edI
co-op. Grads, females preferred, but
not exclusive. Reynold, 994-4989 af-
ter 5:30. 880206
FOR RENT: 6-bdrm. house on Pack-
ard Available Sept. Call 663-4981 or
764-0562 and leave message for!
Elaine. dC207 t

numbers) THOMPSON
5 words per line APARTMENTS
(at corner of William & Thompson)
FOR RENT Furnished efficiency, 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. See manager at Apt.
ROOM in co-ed house on campus. 216 or call:
$80/mo. includes utilities. Lease 665-2289
through August. Great people. Call

TICKETS

761-7103,.
MARTHA
residenc
available
769-8880.

66C206 _ - --
WANTED: two tickets for P.D.Q.
A WASHINGTON House, a ! SA NS SO1U1C I Bach Feb. 26. P. Christ, Box 125, E.
e for women; studio apt. (across from U-M Stadium) Lansing 48823, or call 517-882-2234
immediately. 761-7904 orn 1 & - Sedlt m evenings. 04Q0208
350206 Furnished 1 R 2 bedroom apart- --- -.--_ --_---
- - - - - ments. Parking available. Buses to BUSINESS SERVICES
and from campus every %. hour.
F ALL '76;See manager at Apt. K-1 or call:
IKE'S MINI MOVER - Want to
move in a hurry? Truck available
XTREMELY N ICE cete for small moving within 25 miles.
ON-CAMPUS - 973-0763. 39J229
CU1 LET -R--CT L

WANTED TO RENT
WE'LL PAY $25 for lease on 4-7
bedroom house/apartment for next
fall. 665-8155. 29L208
TWO WOMEN need apartment for
fall, preferably in house near cam-
pus. 761-9721, 764-1808. 09L207
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, efficiency
or large room with cooking privi-
leges. Top price $130. Mary, 662-3432
evenings. dL208
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SUNN CONCERT Lead Guitar Amp.
with Sunn six speaker bottom, has
reverb and verbrato/distort, beauti-
ful sound Best offer. Call 662-5788.
92X0212
FIVE GUILD HOLLOW body elec-
tric Humbucking pickups, plush
hard case. $200. Ampeg Gemini am-
plifier with reverb, Tremolo, 12"
electrovoice speaker, cover. $150.
665-7348. 89X217
LESSONS AVAILABLE: Strings, per-
cussion and band instruments, tap
instruction. Apollo Music Center. 323
S. Main, 761-9340. cXtc
GIBSON GUITAR, J-50 with case.
Excellent condition. $350.00. Sue,
763-2374 8-5; 663-3672 after 7:30 and
weekends. 31X210
SAX-Bundy Tenor. $200. Call Tom
after six, 662-8270. 41X207
GUITARS-Classical, steel; violins
and flutes. 665-7348 or 429-9241. cXtc
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
9241. cXtc
REPAIR, adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments.
Quality work, completely guaran-
teed. Great Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.
Main. 994-4964. cxtc
FOR SALE
PIONEER PO-12D Turntable, Stan-
ton cartridge, excellent condition.
$60.00 or offer. 761-9463, ask for Don.
74B208
PENTAX Super-Takum R 300mm f4
lens. mint condition, with case.
764-5404, M.-Fri. (9-5). Ask for Curt.
82B0211
UNUSUAL APARTMENT SALE. Ster-
eo system, jazz, RB, soul albums,
tennis racket, figure skates, pillows,
plants pottery posters African and
Indian items women's clothing, and
more. Saturday, Feb. 7 and Sunday,
Feb 8. 9 a.m. on. 506 N. Ashley,
back door. 668-8263. . 78B208

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APRA RTMENI:TS

JUOLL 1

f. r,,,\K Yl v I N I .J -
Nancy and Jean Will be glad to NEED a 2-bedroom furnished apt.
help you with your housing needs. and don't mind sharing a bedroom
STOPBY-O CAL US Come to us. Rent X75.00/mo. FEB.
STOP BY-OR CALL US and AUG. rentFREE Call now,
Mary 76442(--5) wekas9-
CAMPUS RENTALS 2167 after 10 p.m. on weekends).
1 335 USorry. NO pets except fish. 94U0210
University SUBLET: Own room in 2-bedroom
665-8825 furnished apartment March 'Aug-
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30 ust. Female. Call 995-5393 after 5.

STEAM CARPET
CLEAN ING
LEAP YEAR SPECIAL lOc/sq. ft.
9x12 carpet, $10.80. Excellent refer-
ences. F r e e estimates. Insured.
Tompkins Steam Extraction,663-
4303. 662-5077. _.0229
MANUSCRIPT EDITING
DISSERTATIONS, BOOKS,
ARTICLES. 769-2931

PERSONAL
Is there sex in OUTER SPACE?!
FLESH GORDON returns with the
answer at the MATRIX THEATER
Fri and Sat., Feb. 6 and 7 at mid-
night. For info call: 994-0627.
cF0207
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to
Pad from Jad
00F0206
GEORGE can tell you. BOWLING at
the Union. cF0206
SPECIAL RATES for special mates
. Try one out with your own
version of a Valentine in The Daily.
Deadline noon, Feb. 13. dF206
MUSIC STUDENTS
Don't do a solo on Valentine's Day,
duet in the Classifieds. dF206
WE HAVE a complete liquor dept.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity, cF206
OPEN TONIGHT 'til 1 a.m. BIL-
LIARDS, PINBALL and BOWLING
at the Union. cF0207
GENEALOGY and family histories
of pet rocks determined 75c each.
Cali Harvey, 763-1630, 8-10 p.m.
37F207
CARLA RULL worked at a VISTA
education project in Ogden, Utah.
She and other PEACE CORPS repre-
sentatives will be on campus next
week talking about their experien-
ces and current volunteer possibili-
ties. There's a job for you. Talk
about PEACE CORPS and VISTA
next week at Career Planning and
Placement. Sign up today for an
Interview. 99F0206
GEORGE can tell you! BOWLING
at the Union. - cF206
GET INVOLVED. Join the Tenants
Union Marching Band. 761-1225.
97F212
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS per-
sonal growth and problem solving
group. The Ark, 1421 Hill St. 761-
1451. 49F206
BOWLING, pinball and billiards.1
Open today at 1 p.m. cF0208
PROVIDE SUPPORT and temporary
housing for teenagers. 1 day to 2
weeks. Couch is fine. Call Ozone
House, 769-6540. 11F0305
MAGNIFICENT Magic & Sparkling
Sorcery! Master magician & illusion-
ist DENNIS LOOMIS will amaze all
with a special matinee show at the
MATRIX THEATRE Saturday, Feb-
ruary 7th at 2 p.m. For info call
994-0627. Special discount for stu-
dents and people under 12. cF207
Lifework presents GESTALT WORK-
SHOP for couples. Leaders: Michael
Andes, Catherine Lilly. Feb. 13-15.
$30. Emphasizing communications,
sharing feelings. Call 995-0088 and
leave message. 91F0207
"Suicide!" contemplated
my lover last
St. Valentine's Day.
Ah, but this time I'm sending my
dearest a spring-shine bouquet -
tulips, daffadils, weeping, willows,
ferns, all caressed in beautiful vase.
This floral surprise will be delivered
right to her doorstep (with a lov-
ing card from me) on Saturday,
February 14th, Valentine's Day.
Why don't you make someone
happy? Call Valentine Valet: 995-
2950, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. (Satisfaction
guaranteed). 67F207
MEN-WOMEN!JOBS ON SHIPS!
American. Foreign. Excellent pay,
worldwide travel. Summer job or ca-
reer. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX Dept. F-3, Box 2049, Port
Angeles, Washington, 98362. 28F210
STOP SMOKING GROUP, Feb. 18th,
7:30 p.m. 1 session only $35. Con-
sultation and Learning Center, 485-
4189. cF218

PERSONAL
WE HAVE a collection of RK pro-
ducts you wouldn't believe U-M
STYLISTS at the Union. cF206
THE WINDJAMMER BAND appear-
ing at CHANCES ARE Sun., Feb. 8.
51F208
UNIVERSITY Faculty, attractive,
under 30, seeks non-smoking wo-
man.Box 22, Michigan-Daily. 33F208
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox Copies
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting
and much more
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
COPY MILL
Books--Class Notes-Papers-Resume
Dissertation quality, low prices.
From 2%/2c per copy
211 S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc
Announcement
CFS Office of
Study Abroad 1976
Applications being accepted now.
Earn up to 8 credits.
USSR 0 Vienna * Paris * Dijon
9 Nairobi *0 Nice *® Florence
0 Perugia * Israel * Copenhagen
0 British Virgin Island 9 Geneva
A Spain
From $890
including
round trip jet, tuition, room, board,
accredited University programs. For
new course catalogues/applications
for summer or academic year:
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
216 S. State (Next to Lane Hall)
(above Marti Walkers)
626-5575
cFtc
SEPARATED/DIVORCED Workshop
For men and women in transition
from being coupled to being single
again. Feb. 13-15. Bob and Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. 40F212
Answer to Previous Puzzle

PERSONAL
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
mentsnow being accepted for S. H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, DAT. and
LSSAT board. Call 313) 354-0085, 10-
,ally 662-3149. cFtc
COPIES - 2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
cFtc
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. - cFtc
HAVING TROUBLE with Math?
German? Physics? Philosophy? Kel-
ly Lynch, Tutor. 971-0516. 04F0206
SFREE PENS
RED, WHITE and BLUE BICEN-
TENNIAL PENS. One per person
with this coupon and student ID at:
CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 S. University
cFtc
CAN YOU take a yoke? Hear Ed
Clowney's public lecture, "Did Je-
sus Have A YOGA?" Fri., 8 p.m.,
Mich. League, 2nd floor (Hussey
Room). For info, call 662-3153.
67F206
TRANSPORTATION
PAS3SENGERS WANTED: commut-
ing from Grand Rapids for morning
classes on Mon., Wed., Fri. Share
gas. Call 616-949-0005 after 5 p.m.
for info or arrangements 18G0208

Saturday 10:00-2:00 9U0212 cJtc
COMPLETELY FURNISHED Apart- PLACE AVAILABLE for female ( Oad OVERSEAS SUMMER JOBS-or per-£
ments. One block from campus. 8student preferablyh n et manent. Asia, Europe, Australia,
apartment within house. Close to
month Fall and Winter leases, 2 and South America, Africa. All fields,
4 month Summer leases. Tenants campus and med-sci, complex. Much;8600-$1,900 monthly. Great benefits.
privcy.Reaonabe rnt.995 88.9$0-190mnhy ra eeis
pay only electric and phone. UNI- privacy. Reasonable rent. 9-8 Write: ' International Employment1
VERSITY TOWERS APTS., 536 S. 14U208 Research, Box 3893D1, Seattle, WA.,
Forest, 761-2680, oCtj ENORMOUS 2-bedroom apt.: furni- 98124. 70J207i
-~ -~ ~--~~~~~~~ -~ -~~ - - ture, dishes, rent, dales nesotiable a uItm ,fe a c y it
OWN ROOM in 3-bdrm. apt. in old n665-5474. 62U210 i n AM a full-time, free lance typist
house. Lease thru August. 662-0116 6-- - with considerable experience typing
persistently. 61C0206 VACANCY for two males. Furnished oks, dissertations, papers. I type
apt. North Campus. A C, pool, May- aver 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
T E H G LAND August. Call 994-4619. 64U210 =1uaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
HH L. 4- . 42 IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
65 0166cJtc
One & two bedroom unfurnished RESPONSIBLE female roommate 865-0166.
On &tw bdromunurisedwanted. $95/mno. Call 99:5-9494 a+fter --____-
apartments. Lighted tennis court, 4, or 995-2922. 68U206 TYPING, Copying, Binding. Editing,
pool and security lock system. Buses 4 -2 Ke-punching, Notary Service.
to and from campus daily. IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE: space THE SECRETARIATj

1697 Broadway, Apt.
769-3672

for one male in spacious 4-man apt.
303 Two blocks from campus. 995-8337
77U0215
cCtc SUMMER SUBLET: Fall option.
gLarge 2-bdrm. apt., 2-4 man, on

Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
HELP WANTED

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MGBGT 1969, 47,000 miles, good
shape. $1200 or best offer. 434-5370.
71B210
1974 FIAT 128. 11,500 miles, $2,195.
Call 1-585-2461 after 4:30. 72B210
FISCHER SILVERGLASS SKIS -
200cm. LOOK-MARKER BINDINGS.
HUMANIC BOOTS. Price negotiable,
Mark, 665-9516. dB0127
FURNITURE-8 ft. leather couch
with mahagony trim and matching
arm chair. Call 973-1275. 90B206
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men and
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
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TUBINGEN
EXCHANGE
FELLOWSHIP
The Office of Study Abroad announces the
deadline for application materials for the
Graduate Exchange Fellowship program with
Tubingen University in the Federal Republic of
Germany. The scholarship provides approxi-
mately $300 per month for 10 months. Inter-
ested gradulate students in all fields are urged
to apply by March 1. A good command of
German is necessary. Contact Sam Wheelis,
1413 Mason Hall for details.

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Ann. $272. Call 662-6367 persistently.----E-----_-------
44U206 JANITORS WANTED. Two shifts
available; 8-12 and 1-5 at 2.50/hr. 1
OWN ROOM in 5-man house. Wash- Apply in person to Tom Laws, Uni-
er, dryer, fireplace. March 6-August versity Towers, corner of S. Univer-
28. Tom, 662-8270 eves. 42U207 sity and Forest. 32H25
SUBLET: 1 bedroom apt. furnished, WANTED PART-TIME . . . Com-
utilities included May 1-Sept. 1., panion for partly ambulant elderly
Ideal location. 995-5036 eves. woman. Morning hours 7:30-11:30
47U0206 a.m Help with bath and medica-
tions. 665-4073. 96H0212
'71 AUSTIN Mini 1000. Clean. 30.000 A -AI EMPLOYMENTfor
miles, 35 mpg. *1,700. 478-9810, ATRAIEEPOMN o
after 6:00 p.m. 00N0204 I those who want to help people but
- -need a job. PEACE CORPS offers
Rrads career experience, opportuni-'
ROOM Aties for travel and a different life-
style. Jobs in 68 developing coun-
ROOMMATE NEEDED for 3-bedroom tries in Asia, Africa and Latin Am-
3-man apt. Furnished, close to cam- erica. Talk to PEACE CORPS rep-
pus. 8100,mo. negotiable. Feb. rent resentatives next week at Career
free Feb.-Aug. 994-4057. 03Y0212 'Planning and Placement. Sign up
for an interview today. 01H0206

S EARS I N WAX '
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A M Y 8 A C C H A N T
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TWO WOMEN and a man are look-
ing for person to join their warm, I
E friendly feminist household. Gay
and straight people invited to apply.-
Cali 761-2295. 15Y0208
SINGLE WANTED in apt., house,
co-op.Like to share costs, life, etc.
Dave 995-9257. 05Y0210
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted. Own
room in house. $72.50/mo. 761-3663.
76Y212
VEGETARIAN feminist seeking
home with people exploring non-
oppressive, creative life-styles. Call
Dianne, 662-8248. 47Y206

THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN needs
teachers for Home Ec., Music, Art,
Math, Science, Spanish and French
classes. There's a job for you. Talk
to PEACE CORPS representatives
next week Sign up today for an in-
terview at the Career Planning and
Placement Office. 02H0206
MISCELLANEOUS
PIN BALL
WIZARDS
TEST YOUR SKILL ON THE
PIZZA MACHINES AT
TOMMY'S HOLIDAY CAMP
Packard and State
High score for the week wins
pizza from Pizza Bob's
- cM1007

FOUND: Cold and hungry Tabby
female kitten at Oakland and Hill,
call 665-8587. dA208
FOUND: Littleboys red snow pants
and saddle shoes in Phillips shoe
bag 1111 S. Forest Call 995-8679 or
764-0558 days dA210
LOST: Ladies 'blue Seiko watch. Sil-
ver band. Reward. 764-8631. dA207
FOUND: Collie-Whiteish brown, in
Mosher Jordan. Call 764-0947. dA206
MALE CAT found near Packard and
Stone School Rd. 971-9268. dA0206
LOST - Ladies gold Wittnauer
watch, abolone face. Jill, 995-4130.
36A208
FOUND-Blue fur lined snorkel and
a beige spring jacket. Call Mike,
971-6998 after 6. dA206
USED CARS
FORD FAIRLANE '66, 6 cylinder.
Excellent condition. 663-2240 persis-
tently 98N0210
1A69 FORD PICKUP. Good condi-
tion. 995-3467. 65N208
PERSONAL
INT'L. STUDENTS recreation pro-
gram tonight, 7 p.m.-10 p.m., Water-
man Gymnasium. cF417

DIRECT PURCHASING 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
To the guy who owns HONDO, the
Golden Retriever-please call the
people you met in the ARB, Rita &
Tom. URGENT!!! 995-5082. dF206
"DEAR GERTIE"
Is a personal advice column for
those who want an objective, un-
biased opinion from an experienced
source on a troublesome situation.
Inquiries should state EMPHATIC
ALLY if they are NOT to be print-
ed. NO REAL names will be used,
all information is strictly confi-
dential. Write "Dear Gertie," c/o
The Michigan Daily, Box 909.
dFtc
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Doctor's Dil
ma": Initia
24 Word withI
or fly
25 New Deal a
Abbr.
27 Once popul
TV prograr
32 Point of vie
34 Heraldic te
35 School gp.
36 Companion
the flowers
37 Type of lac
39 Shipboardc
40 Make a fau
41 Pleasures
42 Pocket: Fr.
43 Whiskey m
46 12th cent.
date: Rom.

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47 Woodwind
48 Coddled item
50 Doctors' gp.
53 Man on the links
cot. 56 Japanese herb
57 Lament for
Yorick
ling 58 Full house, for
example
59 Famous fiction-
of al doctor
ie 62 A James Bond
r antagonist
63 Welby predeces-
ier sor: Phrase
uc- 64 Hunting boat
65 Medical
ach suffix
The 66 Preposition
lem-
ls DOWN
bug 1 Construction
beam
ct.: 2 Founders of a
famed clinic
ar 3 Crack
n 4 Join the Army:
sw Abbr.
rm 5 Extreme degree
6 One of Dr.
of Freud's pupils
7 Noise
e 8 Awkward
chair 9 Antisepsis

14 Croat's neighbor
21 Rightful
23 Go: Scot.
24 Moonwort
26 Dr. Jekyll's cre-
ator: Initials
28 - call
29 Type of doctor
30 Practice an art
31 Japanese drink
32 Retired
33 Italian saint
37 Western
state

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42JaesF
42 Jame Farley
title: Abbr. .
44 Yorkshire ter
rier, for one
45 Alters
49 Surgical.garb
51 San ,Cal.
52 Pale-looking
53 Certaidoctors:
Abbr.
54 Frolic: Colloq.
55 King Mongkut's
tutor
56 et orbi(to
the city and to
the world)
57 To --- (every-
body)
60 Trains: Abbr.
61 Lab. course
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11 Every: Ger.
12 Paul's "beloved
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