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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday; March 17, 1976

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SUBLET

SUBLET

BUSINESS SERVICES

USED CARS-

PERSONAL

FOR RENT
CAMPUS ROOM. Call Mangy, 769-
9288 or Ecky. 994-1202. 470318
MINORITY STUDENTS
NEED some place to live next Fall?
CO-op living is inexpensive and
friendly. Our AFFIRMATIVE AC-
TION program has reserve spaces for
minorities beginning Fall Term '76.
For more info. call Nancy at ICC
Office, 662-4414, or stop by at Room
4002 Michigan Union. 11C321
OWN BEDROOM in huge 2-bed-
room apt. Prefe, grads. Available
late March, 769-1610 evenings.
08C317
-BEDROOM FURNISHED APT.,
wall-tn-wall carpeting, parking, im-
mediate occupancy, between Campus
and downtown. Also unfurnished.
2-bedroom apt. near West Park.
Campus Management, Inc. 662-7787
cCtc
THE HIGHLANDS:
One & two bedroom unfurnished
apartments. Lighted tennis court.
pool and scurity lock system. Buses
to and from campus daily,
1693 Broadway, Apt. 302
769-3672
cCtc
NOW RENT ING
FALL 1976
THOMPSON
APARTMENTS
(at corner of William & Thompson)
Furnished efficiency. I & 2 bedroom
apartments. See manager at Apt.
216 or call:
665-2289
SANS SOUC I
(across f-om U-M Stadium)
Furnished I & 2 bedroom apart-;
ments. Parking available. Buses toj
and from campus every %2 hour.'
See ianager at Apt. K-1 or call:
994-3955
LARGE 1-bedroom, furnished mo-
dern apt. Walk to campus Park-
ing, laundry, 769-3171. eves. 01C321
2 ROOMS in a house. Division and
Catherine, now until Aug. 665-9480.
02C321

FOR RENT
SUMMER RATES. One b,2droomn
apts. $155 mo. One block from
eampus. For one or two people.
Two and four month leases. Heated
swimming pool, weekly maid service.
Phone 761-2680 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 eCte
NO RATE
I NCREASE
FOR FALL '76
REDUCED
SUMMER RATES
Cr mpletely furnished apartments.
1 block from campus.
Laundromat and recreation room.
Weekly maid service.
Heated swimming pool.
2 and 4 month summer leases.
8 month fall and winter leases.
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
536 S FOREST .- 761-2680
cCtc
SUBLET
Attractive ONE-BEDROOM furnish-
ed campus apartment. MID-APRIL-
AUG., utilities included. Rent nego-
tiable. 769-2788. 79U322

TWO BEDROOM Apartment. $170/ MAY-AUG. Beautiful modern apart-
mo : gas. water included. Fall op- ment. Air conditioned excellent I.M
tion, parking, porch. 995-3969 eve- location, price negotiable 3/5 per-
nings. 25U319 son, 3 bedrooms. Call 994-5987.
0013319
ONE BEDROOM in two bedroom
modern apt. A C Near campus. BEAUTIFUL EFFICIENCY, private
From April 1 to August. $125 mo. entrance, close to campus. May 1
Call: 663-2619. 10U0321 to August 25. Negotiable. 995-5021.
05U317
SUNNY SPACIOUS 2 bdrm. apt. --
Good campus location-A/C, cover- BEDROOM in huge duplex, one blk
ed parking. free cable TV, MANY off campus. Available March-Aug.
EXTRAS! 995-9644. 23U321 Call 563-9355. Leave name and num-
_.._ .ber, will return call. dU317
MAY,AUGUST-Furnished, modern _ _
kitchen, dishwasher, disposal, 2 bed, TOWNHOUSE now through August.
2 bath air-conditioned patio, 1 1'i bedrooms, parking, furnished,
block from campus. 995-7626. 62U0319 one/two people. 764-7521 days. 662-

TYPING by experienced secretary.
Work done on IBM Selectric, 65c/
page. Judy. 971-2498. 33J323
WEIGHT LOSS prog' am using hyp-
nosis. 5 sessions at $85-$35 rebate
for successful goal achievers. Con-
sulation & Learning Center, Inc.,
Neil J. Simon, director. 485- 4189.
cJ3l7
STEAM CARPET &
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
llc'sq ft. 9x12 carpet $11.88. Excel-
lent references. Free ektimates. In-
sured. Tompkins Steam Extraction,
663-4303, 662-5077. cJtc
INDIVIDUAL TUTORING for Law
Boards Timed for April exam. Bar-
ry, 662-9709. 99J318

'68 VW. 23 m.p.g. $500 or best
offer 763-9920 bofore 5, 665-7540
after 5. Ask for Tom. dN319
1969 SAAB 99. 4-cvl.. front wheel
drive. good condition, best offer
over $1100. 1-548-5605 (Detroit) eve-
nings. 90N320
1966 RAMBLER station wagon. 57.-
000 mi. $350. Call 761-3204 after 5.
06N320

SINGLES WORKSHOP fnr 5 men. 5
women - assertiveners training in
man-woman interaction. March 19-
21 Bob and Margaret Blood. 769-
0046. 03F319
NANCY
Do you believe that you went down
at Doo'ev's?
YOU WERE GREAT
TONY

PERSONAL
ATTENTION--DART THROWERS -
Meet mnfore of is at Ann Arbor,
BIMBO'S Mon -Thurs., 8-12 p.m.
2- F318
EPIDEMIOLOGY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
TOXICOLOGY
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
OCCUATIONAL MEDICINE

BEAUTIFUL, furnished 2-bedroom
apt.. 5 min. from I M. Bldg. Kitchen
utensils, garage, free washer &
dryer. May-Aug. 1 or 2 people need-
ed. To see call 995-3913. 43U323
MODERN EFFICIENCY Apartment.
2 blocks from campus; furnished;
carpeted; A.C.; free laundry; May-
Aug.; Rent negot 350 Thompson.
Call Jill, 761-4596, 764-8278. 83U319
ONE-BEDROOM APT. Great kitch-
en. Call 995-5324 after 6. 88U325
7_ADT(IT. "Ptpf 4 cihlt Mau

5941, 995-4189 evenings, weekends.
03U318
AVAILABLE for summer sublet:
Large 1-bedroom apartment. Mod-

HELP WANTED 34F317
PART-TIME TYPIST. 994-4664. BANJO KITS. Write for free cata-
34H324 log. Stewart-MacDonald Mfg., Box
900AF, Athens, Ohio. 45701. 40F328
EAT WELL. Easy kitchen work at
Medical Fraternity 12:05-1 p.m 761- SELL YOUR PHOTOS Report tells
6515. Ask for Hanley. 37H319; now and where. Color slide markets.
.-___ - . ___.Only $1.50. Pisces Potpourri Ltd.,
NEEDED-MUSICIANS - 2-3 piece 10 Innis Street, Dept.-H, Saugus,
arrangement for April 3rd Anni- MA 01906. 38F318
versary party. Contact 994-9644. ORGANIZERS needed
22H320 to work with ACORN, Association of
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Community Organizations for Re-
form Now, a multi-issue grassroots
Assistant to executive director for .community organization developing
educational organization. Excellent political power for low-to moderate
typing and clerical skills. Capable income people. Located in Southern
of added responsibilities. For inter- U.S. Call: 764-7456. 92F319
view, can c ..v..c

emn, furnishied, on campus. Rtent ne- AM a full-time, free lance typist
gotiable 668-6906 or 663-3641. 2with considerable experience typing
_I_._6_...- .21ooks, dissertations, papers. I type
;. OF LARGE 2-bedroom apt. for .ver 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
sublet immediately. Rent negoti- 11ruaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
able Swimming pool, tennis court, IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
k central air. Call 995-3473- or 995- >65-0166. cJtc
3507. 84U320 ~ --__ -_---- ._---_.
.-_;BANDS FOR FRAT parties. Don,{
THE NICEST! May-Aug. large two 761-9431 and 487-5526. cJtc

i
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.E

We will be interviewing
with advanc d degrees
areas on campus, March
Contact the Placement
',all COLLECT:

candidates
in these
18 and 19.
Office, or

2-4 EOPL neeed t subet My-11 bed room two/three person. 723 Oak-
Aug. Large, A/C, modern, furnished, land, No. 2, one block from Diag.
2-bedroom apt. Centrally located Negotiable. 995-0226. 85U321
with free laundry parking Rent ne-

gotiable. 665-7882. 81U321

SUMMER SUBLET -
apt. Great place and
994-0247.

One bedroom
location. Call
411318

SUBLET-One bedroom in furnished
2-bdrm apt. May-August. $60/mon.
Call 995-4302. 35U318
MAY-AUGUST Sublet-Great loca-
tion on Oakland. Free utilities. Car-
peted. Extra roomy-den. 2 refriger-
ators. Free 12-pack with signing.
Rent negotiable. Call 995-9127.
33U323
1-BDRM. APT. 2 blocks from cam-
pus, rent negotiable 764-6710 per-
sistently, 28U323
MAY-AUG. -- Modern 1-bdrm. apt,
close to campus. A C, balcony, park-
ing. 761-0848. 38U323
1 BDRM APT. available May 1. Ideal
location. All util. Cheap! 665-8767
after 6. 29U321
MAY-AUGUST - 3 bedroom house,
completely furnished. 5 minutes
from Union. Call persistently. 764-,
1740. 39U323

2-BEDROOM APT., A C, furnis
parking laundry. 402 Hill. 995-40
871
Campus Are(
Sublet Servic
A free service to assis
our tenants
Complete selection of1
nished summer apartm
from one to five bedro
in modern bldgs. and'o
houses. Central Campus
Medical Center Iocotions
stop by or call:
Campus Renta
1 335 S. University
665-8825
SUBLET: May-August: Effici
close to campus. Air conditicn
rent negotiable. Call persiste
995-4948. 50
SUBLET -- May 1-Sept. 1. Her
House---modern 2-bedroom 4-1
api. Study, A/C. parking, 2 b
from Diag. 994-1260. 62

shed,
12.
U371
e
t
fur-
ents
rms
Ider
and
s.
DIs S

OWN BEDROOM in comfortable 3-
bdfm. furnished apartment (dish-
washer, A/C, parking). Sublet May-
August; price negotiable. Fall op-
tion. Prefer Grad student Call 668-
7834 after 5 p.m 9313318
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to
shart bedroom in apartment near
Med. Center. $55 mo. Available now
Sue, 483-5982 after 4:30. 55U318
HI! We're looking for someone to
share our house on S. Forest with
us fronm now to ?. Here's the setup:
own room, $80.00/mo , fireplace, no
lease, live with your landlord. Call
Dave at 995-8679 nights or Cassie
at 764-0558 days. dU305
ROOMMATES

TIME IS ALREADY running short
for getting your ads into the Daily'ss
Summer Sublet Supplement The
deadline for $8 ads is March 5. After
that time until March 19 the cost
is "9 for the standard size ad. See
the displav ad in today's paper for
an ad coupon. dJ319
MANUSCRIPT EDITING
DISSERTATIONS, BOOKS,
ARTICLES. 769-2931
cJtc
TYPING, Copying, Binding. Editing,
Keypunching, Notary Service.
THE SECRETrARIAT
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
10 a.m to 10 p.m. 994-3594 {
Score higher on MCATs. LSATs,
GREs. ECall RUTGERSiREVIEW
CENTER, affiliated with ARCO

view, call 662-5575. , cHtc
PHOTOCOPIER AND
MANAGER
Full time. Bring resume to the
Copy Mill, 211 B So State St. (near
Gino's) No phone calls please. cHtc
WAITRESS WANTED, part-time
evenings. Apply in person. Curtis'
Restaurant. 207 S. Main. OOH323
NEED MQNEY? Homeworkers des-
perately needed to stuff envelopes.
Earnings up to $225/week. Great
summer job! Send $2.00 and self-
addressed stamped envelope to: P O.
Box 577, Lexington, Ky. 40501.
78H326
DAY CARE staff person. Full-time.
Mass meeting March 22, 8 p.m. 3310
School of Education, U of M. Males
and minorities encouraged. 05H321
SUMMER JOBS
Cedar Point

I_
I
k

t'

TURKISH

Publishing Co. on campus classes
THREE PERSONS wantedforcoed now forming. 1-557-3158. 59J325
nouse uo-o-sty1.'Dau 1ill i0'A

house. Co-op style. Call Bill, 764-
6939, 7 p m.-1 a.m. 91Y321

FEMALE GRAD would like to live in
co-ed, cooperative living arrange-
ment with several other grad or pro-
fessionals, starting in May. Call
cUtc Nancy, ,665-8293. 26Y321
ency 'ART STUDENT seeks shelter for
ned fall. Apt.. house, c-p. f with
.ntlv. me. I can eat anything. 662-5969-
)U320 James. 54Y319
itage NEED ROOMMATE at UNC-CH
Locks next year. Call Dave 665-0166.
lo317 82Y330
U317
WOMAN wanted for fall Own roomf
in large 2-bedroom apt. on campus.
Parking. $137.50'mo. Call Lori 761-
5766. 94Y318
WOMEN NEEDED for apt. in old
house, fall. Very close to campus.
$82, including utilities. Jodi, 761-
2981 around 6:00. Rent neg 21U316
WANTED TO RENT
I WANT A SINGLE ROOM in house
or apt. for next Fall. Helen, 769-
0426. 27L331
FEMALE GRAD seeks quiet unfur-
nished two bedroom, Sept. 668-8131,
64L319
TICKETS
MAY FESTIVAL tickets for sale.
Cali Tom, 764-4013 evenings: 40Q319
TRAVEL
SUMMER FLIGHTS TO LONDON
14 to 119 days from $259. Also
Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Zagreb. UAC
Travel, 2nd floor, Michigan Union.
763-2147. 80P331s

Amusement Park
MUSICAL MDSE., Sandusky, Ohio
RADIOS, REPAIRS will hold on - campus interviews
March 30 and 31 for summer em-j
HARPSICHORD after the French ployment. Approximately 3,000 posl-
style Single manual, 2' by 8'. $2100. tions available for wide variety ofl
761-6681 after 6. 07X323 jobs. Housing available. Contact Ca-
reer Planning. and Placement Office
GARRARD TURNTABLE, year old. for information or appointment -
$125 new. Asking $65. Call 665-7685 67H330
'after 5 p.m. 15X318 ----..
ROOM. BOARD and PAY in return
USED GUITARS. 00-18 $400 others. for babysitting for two girls, age 6
Banjo $50. 665-7348. eXtc and 3. Flexible schedule. Private
quarters include bedroom. living
HOWARD ROBERT'S Seminar is room and bathroom. Starting in
coming to Ann Arbor soon. Call Jon May. Congenial atmosphere, Burns
for details 668-6995. 09X328 Park: 5 min. bike ride to campus.
Call 662-3435. 14H0318
ANN ARBOR CREATIVE MUSIC
CENTER. Private instruction on all STEEL GUITAR PLAYER needs
instruments for students in all lev- back-up flat picker for country-
els and styles. Jazz Theory and His- blues jamming and future gigs. Call
tory classes and playing workshops Lee. 971-5525 after 6. 74H0323
available. 33611 S. State St. 994-0080.. ...... .. .
68X325 SALESPERSON needed for evenings
and weekends for natural and eth-
MARTIN SALE now in progress. nic grocery store located at Old
Get yours at a discount price. See World Village Mall. 761-6138. 995-
fDon Apollo Music Center, 323 S 5227 eves. 97H323

ARTS ANDJ
G IFTS'SL
* SHEEPSKIN COATS I
ODORLESS, HOODED
( (Limited Number)
REGULAR$165: NOW $85
0 HAND EMBROIDERED
SHIRTS, BLOUSES,
JACKETS, ETC.
1/3 OFF
215 E. Liberty
Noon-5:30 p.m. 761-5554;
cF319
ANN ARBORI
HYPNOSIS CENTER
Every other Mon.. 7:30 p.m., free
lecture on the theory and applica-
tion of hypnosis. Tues., 7:30 p.m'
classes using hypnosis to stop smok-
ing. Wed.. 7:30 p.m., classes using
hypnosis to lose weight. Call 761-
0440, 611 Church, Suite 3029.
53F331
HOUSE EXCHANGE. Visiting lectur-
er, family of three, wishes to trade
Berkeley, California house for liv-
ing arrangement in Ann Arbor for
May-June, possibly July' Call 971-
2455. 86F321
Chet, Harold
and Dave
U-M STY L ISTS
AT THE UNION

* NEW MACHINES-,

cFtc

GEORGE WALLACE HEADQUAR-
TERS: Office hours 11:00 am.-5 p m.
Mon.-Sat. 1882 E. Michigan Ave.,
Ypsilanti, 481-1776. 50F0319
'REGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests. .
{ eFte
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
COPY MILL
Books-Class Notes-Papers-Resume
Dissertation quality. low prices.
From 2 c per copy
211 S. State (by Gino's)
7 days/week plus evenings
662-3969
cFtc
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
c~tc
- ~cyte~

Dr. John Linendoll
Vice President, Medical Affairs
Hudson Associates, Inc
(213) 487-1422 72H2?7
StI UMPER S'TIC(K ERS. 'utomn print-
ed while-U-wait! M14L PHKI'S, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
WE11lING INVITATIONS-- Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime,
cFtc
* XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
i('(COPY QUJICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
CFt c
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
ments now being accepted for S.H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, PAT. LSAT,
and Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313)
354-0085, locally, 662-3149. eFtc
COPIES - 23 c each
LUwest Prices Anywhere
IMIRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
eFtc
* WELCOME TO THF, FAMOUS
Campusf
3 Pinball
E~ 1 217 S.
University

Sj

Main. cXtc
REPAIR. adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments.
Quality work, completely guaran-
teed. Great. Lakes Banjo Co., 1342 N.
Main. 994-4964. eXtc
GUITARS 0~~ off list. Garcia, Her-
nandis. Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
9241. cXtc
FOR SALEI
A fiF.T IO'TTfN ,vf flAt-Woen.
t~ ~ A-woIet

n 1 AAOGa j

cF317

COORDINATOR. Half-time for the LET, ANN ARBOR'S only diamonds
community switchboard, an alter- expert help you style your engage-
native information and referral merit ring. It costs less. Over 5,0001
group. Responsible for publicity and U-M men have. Austin Diamond.
fund-raising $200/month. Phone 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
ONE-1111. 33H316S
ADDRESSERS wanted immediatelyl needs donations for anti-imperialist
Work at home-excellent pay Write campaign. Owen, Kahn, and Elder
American Service, 1401 Wilson Blvd., for city council Write to SHRP
Suite 101, Arlington, Va. 22209.7 P.O. Box 101, Zip 48107. 95F321
LOST AND FOUND

Offset Printing, Xerox Copies
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting
and much more
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
optc
ANSWER TO PREY0S PILE
A- 1T ID M c -R
I A Y TA N0
FARE PES UNTOLD
ILIAD FAIR
CON FER CALL 1 OPE
HAM R ISEN METNAS
I Ti SHRED EAS
VENTE RESIN HAE
END 0 R S E S T KES
P R O W S T R E W
jSAIGON APO T IS
INCARNATE S OC.K
N i A R E AN AL _C
ITGE ES

A bELEC. IL OI ~LWV ,
madic rugs from Turkey Dating to
1890. 663-0234. 368319 WOMEN'S Silver Timex Watch-Ro- I
_.3 463 man numerals, silver band. 995-4953.
ENCYCLOPEDIA Britanncia Jr., 1 dA317
yr. old, never used. 663-2786. 42B323 .- - ._-..
-... ..~FOUND: 2 keys Hill and Tappan.
73 SUZUKI. PS400 Excellent con- Call Riff at 761-1058, leave message.
dition. $700.00 or best. 971-8098 or d^318
764-6533 49B0326
PERSONAL

LD I i... \IX RL./.J
AT THE
UNION,
cF317

a fnitastie
ALL NEW MENU
has, rolled 'into'
"UNION STATION"
o NEW... exciting variety of foods
" NEW.. .better-than-ever treats
" NEW... stepped-up quality control
" NEW... faster, friendlier service
JUST .00K AT ALL THERE IS
TO EAT AND ENJOY at UNION STATION
* Home Made * SHRIMP-IN-BASKET
TEMPU RA
nglish
Chicken-In-The-Basket Fsh-N-Chips

Summer Roundtrip
NEW YORK
to LONDON
$265
MUST RESERVE 65 DAYS
INEADVANCE
Call TOLL FREE
9 to 9
(800) 847-7196
NOVA CHARTER CORP.
ITHACA, NEW YORK

IBM TYPEWRITER, 15" carriage,
built! $100. Smith-Corona portable
electric typewriter, has many extras,
$100. Panasonic 3" reel AC and bat-
tery taperecorder, $15. Bell & Howell
cassette recorder, carmount, AC, bat-
tery and car DC adaptor, $25. Call
Duane: 973-0815, after 5:00. 19B318
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men and
women. All sizes. Persian House o
Imports. 769-8555. cBt
1969-175 HONDA ,engine runs well,
needs some work, $350 or best offer.
995-3653. 12B0318

PROSTITUTE WANTED to take part VISIT Ann Arbor's only gem lab
in Human Sexuality Discussion before you spend your money need-
Panel. 763-2638 after 6 p.m. 32F320 lessly. Fine qualityndiamonds and
_ __-low prices on all engagement anrd
GRAD STUDENT COFFEE Klatches wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
are on again, Wednesday, 4-6 p.m 1209 S. Uriversity. 663-7151. cFtc
Wesley Foundation, Huron at State. - - - -
We Welcome YOU. 17F317
JIMMY CARTER - Informational 5 r It
and organizational meeting, Thurs-
day. March 18, 4:00, Cook Room N-
entryway Law Quad. For informa -
tion: Call 994-3524, 995-1794. 46F318

I HI k sN

17 GEE
.

.D PUZZLE

Friday-Sat.

$2.50

TRACY
SCHWARZ

a-

p

All Campus Bowling
Singles Tournament
March 20, 11 a.m.
Women & Men
SIGN UP

I
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Tracy's impressive fiddle, banjo,
and guitar styles have made him
a major influence on the coun-
try folk scene for the past 10
years. Tracy has played in every
major festival in the U.S. and
abroad. His long time associa-
tion with the New L o s t City
Rambl rs makes him no stranger to the Ann
Arbor audiences.
THURS.-BARRY O'NEILL
SUN.-PUTNAM STRING COUNTY BAND

UNION LANES
cF319
OVERSEAS jobs for grads with de-
grees in Health, Natural Resources,
Engineering, Nursing, Music, Library
Science, Math, Science, ArchitectureI
and Education. Talk to PEACE
,CORPS recriuters next week at
Career 'Planning and Placement.
Sign up for an interview today.
44F317
INDIVIDUAL TUTORING for law
zoards. Timed for April exam. Barry
662-9709. 98F318 I
BARGAIN CORNER I
SAM'S
STORE'

ACROSS
1 Book of the
Bible
5 Mock-up
10 Corns
14 Artist's forte
16 Department in
a hospital
17 Best seller of
50 years ago
18 Key Stone State
founder
19 Stills
20 Conceive
22 Sullen in aspect
23 Juicy fruit
24 Circuits
27 Classroom,
"watchdogs"
31 Food in a
nursery rhyme
32 Pleasant places
in Paris
33 - yong, Chi-
nese omelet
34 Poetic verb
35 Long-limbed
36 Farm worker
37 Words of consent
38 Gleaming
39 Girl's name
40 Gravel and
Stone
42 Picasso and
Casals
12 3 4

1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES
43 Youngsters
44 House part
45 Famous
sailorman
48 Turned upside
down
52 Pitcher
53 Track in Ar-
cadia, Calif.
55 Spanish
muralist
56 Ends
57 Charge
58 Be very fond of
59 Med. sch. course
DOWN
1 Drama sections
2 Husband, in
Paris
3 Using speech
4 Item on a menu
5 Latin name
6 Additional
7 Couples
8 Commit a
faux pas
9 Lack of severity
10 One in the know
11 Modern type
of rug
12 Carry on noisily
13 Auld lang -
15 Natural
underground
reservoir
15 6'77"'18 T

21 Toastmaster's
place
23 "- and Bess"
24 Insect
25 General,at the
battle of
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