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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 24, 1 976

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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

ROOM $55/mo 4/15-8/31, FALL OP-2
TION. Share kitchen. Inquire 717c
Oakland, 6:30 p.m., M, W Th.
72C324
THOMPSON
APARTMENTS
SUMMER RENTALS
Furnished efficiencies renting atj
$115/mon. See manager at Apt. 2161
or call 665-2289 cCtc{
WARM, friendly cooperative house
needs house-mates. Year lease. 995-
0082. 98C330
1-BEDROOM APARTMENTS. Older
house. Fall and May rentals. $205j
and $225. 668-8918 870403
NOW RENTING FALL 1976;
SANS SOUCI
(across from U-M Stadium) I
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
ments. Parking available. Buses to,

FOR RENT
2-BEDROOM APT. Packard/State
area. $275/mo. 994-6278. 09C330
NO RATE
INCREASE
FOR FALL '76
REDUCED
SUMMER RATES
Completely 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

SUBLET SUBLET
SUBLET MAY 20-AUG. SUMMER EFFICIENCY: May-Aug. Fall option.
IN AIR CONDITIONED LUXURY Island Drive Apts. 665-4331. 04U326
BI-LEVEL ALBERT TERRACE APT.
IS PURE HEAVEN. JUST STEPS SUBLET/FALL OPTION. 2 bedroom
FROM ARB, CEMETERY & S.U. apt. in older house, west sidt, quiet
NEIGHBORHOOD PARK ALAS WE street 665-5977. 43U327
MUST LEAVE THIS TREASURE TO TR VE
YOU. CALL STRIKE AT 662-5671 TRAVEL
ANYTIME. IF YOU WANT TO EN-
JOY SUCH EXTRAS AS SUN SUMMER FLIGHTS TO LONDON
PORCH. DISHWASHER, SHAG 14 to 119 days from $259. Also
CARPETS AND FRIENDLY PARTY- Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Zagreb. UAC
ING NEIGHBORS. NO SMOKERS, Travel, 2nd floor, Michigan Union.
NO PETS PLEASE. 97U0330 763-2147. 80P331
2 MALES for 3-man apt Rent ne-
otiable. 817 Arch, No. 5. 663-7251. LOST AND FOUND
46U327 ----_------------
--LOST DOG. $10 reward. "Orphan",
1-BDRM APT. 2 blocks from cam- black with brown paws and white
pus. Rent negotiable. 764-6710 per- markings on chest. Sheperd-Collie
sistently. 28U324 mix. 4 mo. old male 14" tall wear-
SUBLET available now through ig a 9 16-
August, single in house $50. Fall LOST: one small green notebook
option. 769-3185. 1123 Michigan. containing poetry and other infor-
15U324 mation. Call 995-3970 mornings or
l-- _-iate evenings. dA326
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Woman ! ---- ~ ___
(or women) to sublet room now I LARGE REWARD
through August. Price negotiable.
995-725. 1U326O F F E R E D F OR R E T U R N
995-7625. 11U1326OFE D ORR T N
of handbag and contents. Lost Mon-
MALES: 1 or 2 bedrooms to rent in day in Angell Hall. Grey tweed
4-bedroom home on Whitmore Lake. cloth, shoulderstrap bag with Greek
$100 per mo. Call before 10 a.m. or label. Contains prescription eyeglass-
afttr 8 p.m. 662-4830. 65U324 es, I D. cards and address/appoint-
- -- ment book which I resperately
1-BEDROOM furnished apt. Parking, need. Absolutely no questions asked.

and fram campus every %2 hour. cCtc
See manager at Ant. K-1 or call: -------- - --- ----------
994-3955 SUMMER RATES. One bedroom
apts. $155/mo. One block from
ectc campus. For one or two people.
- ----- Two and four month leases. Heated
FOR RENT: Apt. in house. 2-3 per- swimming pool, weekly maid service.
sons. Good location, 1130 Oakland. Phone 761-2680 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 cCtc
Spring, summer, with fall option.
Call 994-0572. 570325
- - iT H E H IG HLA NDS
HIDE-A-WAY: Single room in mel-
low house, close to campus, large One & two bedroom unfurnished
kitchen, available now $92.50/mo. apartments. Lighted tennis court.
769-0678. 665-9480. 52C324 pool and security lock system. Buses
to and from campus daiy.
TWO ROOMS available on May 1 1693 Apt 2
in vegetarian cooperative household. Broadway,
993-3875. 510405 769-3672
UNFURNISHED ROOM for rent, pre- coc
fer grad student. Call Carol, 994-._____- _
4857 or 662-3664. 62C328 SUBLET
SHARE 2-bedroom apt. $92/mo. FREE PARKIN
April 8-June31.aOpion tArRnIN., laundry, location
434-April9258-Ju evenings31., 769-on7800 todaysenew.2 blocks from campus. 3-4 person,
680328 3-bedroom apartment. Call 995-9456.

USED CARS
'67 PONTIAC, white, 4-door, very
good condition, $350-375. Car may
be seen at 105 E. Summit, or call
.994-8072after 3 p.m. 06N327
1974 GREMLIN. Automatic, 6-cylin-
der, low mileage, undercoating.
$2195 or best offer. 453-6761. 26N326
FOR SALE_
UPRIGHT PIANO: good condition.
Sells for $150 annd you move it.
764-1132 patiently 71B327
10-SPEED BICYCLE: Gitane grand
sport, 24/2" frame. Good condition.
$75. 668-6217 after 6 p.m. 81B331
AQUARIUM: 30 gallon high, excell-
ent condition filter, gravel, heater,
stand, many other accessories.Call
662-3847. 8313326
TURKISH KILIMS, semi-antique
flat-woven nomadic rugs. 2 days
only. 663-0234. 61B324
'73 SUZUKI. PS400. Excellent con-
dition. $700.00 or best. 971-8098 or
764-6533 49B0326
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men ant
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBti;
P A. EQUIPMENT for sale. Road-
tested. Karl, 971-9795 after 5.
71B325
INTERESTED IN NO-FRILLS LOW
COST JET TRAVEL TO Europe,
Africa, the Middle East, the Far
East? EDUCATIONAL FLIGHTS has
been helping people travel on a
bud et with maximum flexibility
and minimum hassle for six years.
For more info call toll free 800-223-
5569. 54B28
HELP WANTED
NEEDED: MUSICIANS - 1-3 piece
arrangement for April 3rd Anniver-
Osary Party. Good pay. Contact 995-
9644. dH327
PART-TIME JOBS. The most im-
portant part-time job in America.
Be part of a sophisticated commun-
ications network. Be paid while be-
ing trained in the communications
field) Other jobs available are: gen-
erator and vehicle mechanics radio
repair, teletype and switchboard op-
erators, etc. No experience necessary
Special considerations for vets. Call
662-0490, Ann Arbor, Michigan Na-
tional Guard. 82H324
EXPERIENCED SHOE FITTER for
part-time work including summer.
Willoughby-Wanty Shoes. 210 S.
Main, Ann Arbor, 662-5102. 500H326
PERSONS WANTED to work on so-
cial justice issues in world of work.
( ilifir~~n inni~ niioni

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one
bedroom in 3-bdrm. apt. in old
house. Call persistently, 761-6871.
410324
2-BEDROOM 4 or 5-person apt. on
campus. Call 665-4578 after 3.
12C325
FEMALE NEEDED to share 1-bed-
room apt. near Med. Center. Avail-
able now. Sue, at 483-5982 after 4:30.
02C324
APTS. FOR RENT on Hill St. for
the fall. Furnished, all utilities paid
except phone. Phone after 1 p.m.
till 7.30 n. 668-9538. 87C324

SUBLET CHEAPLY large, 3-bedrm.
house/apartment near campus,
shopping. Two spaces in huge dou-
ble bedroom for summer. 763-6311.
60U327
SUBLET May-August. Bedroom in
quiet 2-bedroom apt on McKinley.
Negotiable, cheap. 995-5148 evenings.
53U324
MAY-AUGUST: 2-4 people needed to
sublet large, modern, A/C, furnish-
ed 2a-bdrm. apt.Centrally located.
Free parking, laundry. Rent nego-
tiable. 665-7882. 70U328

A/C, laundry, negotiable. 995-4830.
66U326
SUMMER SUBLET: May-August, 2-{
bedroom modern bi-level, Two bath-
rooms, A/C, dishwasher, porch. Call
evenings. 662-9627. 13U325
SHARE HOUSE with two grad stu-
dents through May. Den, 995-0856,
6-8 p m. 37U326
INCREDIBLE SUMMER SUBLET
OPPORTUNITY!! Very private sin-'
gle in 3-man apt. on top floor of old
house cradled by the Arb. The view
is terrific as are the people you'd
live with. Near campus. Fall option.
THIS CAN'TBE BEAT. CALLJO-
SEPH, 761-4569 dU325
1-BEDROOM, May-Aug., furnished,
A C. parking, rent negotiable. 995-
3413. 45U328
May-Aug. Large,sunny, furnished, 2-
bedroom apt. on S. Forest. Near
campus. Two or three person. Rent
negotiable. Call 995-4270 persistent-
ly. 94U0325
SPRING-SUMMER: Furnished, 2-
bedr oom apt., huge kitchen, air-
conditioned, 3-minute walk to cam-
pus. Price negotiable. Phone 994-
1 r17QO 934

Call 434-0428 evenings or leave it or
message concerning where it can be
found in Anthro. Dept. Office. 221
Angell Hall. 86A326
FOUND March 22 in front of Cam-
pus Corners: one man's watch. Call
668-8942. dA326
LOST 3/20: Female black and white
cat, North Campus area Disting-
uishing marks. 994-8025. 08A328
FOUND: Pair of glasses in case on
Church St. late Friday night. Call
994-8415. dA326,
ROOMMATES
QUIET, CLEAN, STUDIOUS LAW
STUDENT SEEKS SIMILARLY IN-
CLINED ROOMMATE FOR SEPT
OWN BDRM. IN LUXURIOUS BI-
LEVEL ALBERT TERRACE APART-
MENTS. ALL MODERN CONVENI-
ENCES. NEAR LAW SCHOOL, MED.
CENTER, CAMPUS. NO SMOKERS
:PLEASE. CALL FOR STRIKE AT
662-5671, ANYTIME. 96Y0330
QUIET, furnished apt., near cam-
pus and hospitals Own room, park-
ing, May-Aug. Sherry, 995-5346.
02Y3301
OPPORTUNITY: Female to share
lovely 2-bdrm. apt. Ann, 994-0938.
01Y331.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
2 FISHER XP-66B 3-way speakers.
$50. Call 994-4368 after 4. 75X328
TRAYNOR BASS AMP. 75 watt $90.
668-8958 evenings only. 08X325
SALE: Pioneer PLl2DII Turntable
Shure M95ED cartridge. 3 mo. old.
Has manufacturer's guarantee. List
$160, asking $85. Nick, 764-1082.
89X326
RARE handmade steel string acous-
tic guitar, made by violin maker in
1975 Exotic woods, gold tuning
keys. Absolutely unique, $600. 434-
5518. 31X326
BANG & OLUFSEN turntable, mo-
del 3000. Lists for $300, asking $225
SONY TO 640B, 3 motor, 3 head,
reel-to-reel tape deck. Lists for $450,
asking'$275. Call Morris, 761-2680 be-
fore 5 or 995-8370 after 5. 07X325
SANSUI SR-313 turntable. Excellent,
almost new; cartridge. $170. 995-
9337 63X328
TWO CERWIN VEGA SPEAKER ca-
binets, V32's. $300. 483-7596.
65X326
SG Systems GUITAR AMP. 6 mos.
old never used professionally.
Built-in phase shift, distortion, etc.
2-channel, two 12-inch speakers.
$475-best offer. 995-4867. 14X325
USED GUITARS. 00-18 $400 others.
Banjo $50. 665-7348. cXtc
HOWARD ROBERT'S Seminar is
coming to Ann Arbor soon. Call Jon
for details 668-6995. 09X328
ANN ARBOR CREATIVE MUSIC
CENTER. Private instruction on all
instruments for students in all lev-
els and styles. Jazz Theory and His-
tory classes and playing workshops
available. 3362 S State St. 994-0080.
68X325
MARTIN SALE now in progress.
Get yours at a discount price. See
Don, Apollo Music Center, 323X
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, cXtc
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
9241. cXtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
BICYCLE REPAIRS: I will come to
you and your bicycle, and help you
tune up and repair. In-shop repair
also. Rates negotiable Josh, 761-
0496. 84J325
Score higher on MCATs, LSATs,
GREs. Call RUTGERS REVIEW
CENTER, affiliated with ARCO
Publishing Co. on campus classes
now forming. 1-557-3158. 59J325
TYPING. IBM Selectric. Disserta-
tions, Manuscripts. Reasonable rates.
Call H Williams, 995-3403. 34J327
STEAM CARPET &
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
11c/sq ft. 9x12 carpet $11.88. Excel-
lent references. Free estimates. In-
sured. Tompkins Steam Extraction,
663-4303, 662-5077. cJtc
[ AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
oooks, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
365-0166. cJtc
MANUSCRIPT EDITING
DISSERTATIONS, BOOKS,
ARTICLES. 769-2931
cJtc
TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
Keypunching, Notary Service,
THE SECRETARIAT
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 994-3594
PERSONAL
WOMEN'S GESTALT WEEKEND:
April 2-4/$30. Leaders: Catherine
Lilly and Gail Grigsby For info/
registration, 761-7456 or 995-3607.
74F328
WE HAVE THEM
ALL-P I N BALL
AT UNION LANES
cF324
REVLON, Max Factor- and Ruben,
stein, too, are all good products
made just for you. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. University cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER

PERSONAL
HOUSE EXCHANGE. Visiting lec-
turer, family of three, wishes to
trade Berkeley, California house for
living arrangement in Ann Arbor
for May-June, possibly July. Call
971-2455. 69F331
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
ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT to talk to
PEACE CORPS recruiters about jobs
in 69 developing countries in Asia,
Africa and Latin America. Find out
about job possibilities today at Ca-
reer Planning and Placement.
44F324
NEW YORK CITY this summer?
Share an apartment, Manhattan.
Sue. 663-1255. 55F325
JIMMY CARTER FOR PRESIDENT:
Help with the Michigan campaign
or join a busload of us going to
Wisconsin the weekend before their
April 6 primary. 994-3524, 995-1794.
54F325
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORK-
SHOP for men and women in tran-
sition from being coupled to being
single again. April 2-4. Bob and Mar-
garet Blood, 769-0046. 67F401
NATURAL RESOURCE GRADS! In-
terview with PEACE CORPS Thur -
ray, March 25, in the Natural Re-
sources Bldg. Find out about jobs
in 69 developing countries in Asia,
Africa and Latin America. Sign up
today for an interview. 44F324
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime
BEAUTY PAGEANT WINNERS
needed for T.V. show. Contact 763-
6064 or 995-4087. Leave name and
number. 97F326
Any PIRGIM member wishing to
run for PIRGIM'S local Board of
Directors can file for candidacy at
the PIRGIM office, Room 4106 Mi-
chigan Union. no later than Thurs-
day. April 1st. 07F401.
YOGA CLASSES starting NOW.
Mondays, Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.
Saturdays: 10:30-12:30
The Yoga Center of Ann Arbor
500 Miller 994-0385, 769-4321
95F326
HOUSE EXCHANGE. Visiting lectur-
er, family of three, wishes to trade
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIAshouse for
living arrangement in Ann Arbor
for May-June, possibly July. Call
971-2455 88F328'
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: George
Wallace Headquarters. 1882 E. Mi-
chigan, Ypsilanti, 481-1776. Office
hours 9 a.m, to 6 p.m. Mon thru
Sat. 76F0402
BANJO KITS. Write for free cata-
log. Stewart-MacDonald Mfg., Box
900AF, Athens, Ohio, 45701. 40F328
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
ANN ARBOR
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.

PERSONAL
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
BOARD EXAM tutoring - enroll-
ments now being accepted for S.H.
Kaplan Tutoring Courses to pre-
pare for the MCATS, DAT, LSAT,
and Nat. Dent. Boards. Call (313)
354-0085, locally, 662-3149. cFtc
COPIES - 212c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William,h865-4321
* WELCOME TO THlE FAMOUS
Campus
Pinball
1217 S.
University
0 NEW MACHINES
PREGNANT? Need heln? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. 400 S.
Division Free pregnancy tests.
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
Offset Printing, Xerox Copies
Xerox reductions, photostats
Halftones, Typesetting
and much more
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY pre-
sents a talk, "Pattern for the New
Age", March 25 at 7:30 p.m. Michi-
gan Gas Co., 211 E. Huron (free
parking and entrance in rear).
92F325
FIRST PLAYER
at the
CROSS EYED MOOSE
receives 50 cents in Pinball
Open every morning 11 a.m.
Sunday at NOON cF331
PARR METRE PR D
OLBOE AGA IN L0VE
PLUM ROUND R 0 IN
SEENATE E D
DRESSY DUD
BEAKS PEP TERMS
LAB TR I ALS ROAN
AGO SERRATE U N E
SLUB DENIIER NNE
T T S R A
LAE D P
ABS I NTH ARMA A
ROUNOlHEADS I B E X
ARID ELIAS ELBE
BETA LINDY SETS

il svp.l. o as. ' r:a 5f7 u:
' SUBLET: May-August I large bed-
DAHLMANN APTS. Efficiencies, 1 room of a 2-bedroom, furnished apt. THE NICEST! May-Aug. large two
and 2 bedroom apts For Fall. 761- Price negotiable. Call Linda, 668- bedroom two/three person. 723 Oak-
7600. 7900324 6729. 73U327 land, No. 2, one block from Diag.
- - -Negotiable. 995-0226. 49U328
ONE, TWO and LARGE furnished efficiency, pets;
THREE-MAN OFFICES allowed, clean. May 1-August 31. ONE-BEDROOM APT. Great kitch-
Modern building, newly decorated, Kitchen bath. $185/month. Negoti- en. Call 995-5324 after 6. 88U325
-central air conditioning, central re- able.662-3847 77U326
ception area. First floor space. In-.F.I.IEC- - - a--- MODERN one bedroom apt., A/C,
dividual offices or suites. 761-8788 - MODERN EFFICIENCY apartment, dishwasher security, campus area,
days. 662-4155 evenings. 7800324 2 blocks from campus. Furnished, May to Sept Price negotiable with
carpeted, A/C, free laundry. May- extra discount possible. 662-3675.
IAug. Rent negot. 350 Thompson. 35U325
Cali Jill, 761-4596, 764-8278. 92UU328
MAY-AUGUST 2-bedroom Great
location on Oakland. Free utilities,
carpeted. Nice living room. Two re-;
D 1 I.frigerators. Rent negotiable.U 9 Sublet Service

E

Qu -iucatlions nclude positive o-
NEED one male to sublease space in entation toward church, group lead-
2-bedroom apartment April-August. ership and seminar design skills, in-
All conveniences, parking, excellent terest and competence in social an-
management. Kim, 995-8961. 59Y325 alysis. Contact Dim, 13826 West Mc-
.- -- -- Nichols Detroit, Michigan 48235 for
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Prefer details. 30H325
grad, non-smoker. 995-2706. 58Y402 _
-- TENNIS INSTRUCTORS WANTED:
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for mo- Foi Spring or Summer; need good
dern apartment in fall. 763-1797. background in playing and teaching.
50Y327 Good to excellent salary. Call
EE - AC WASHINGTON TENNIS SERVICES
NEED ROOMMATE at UNC-CH at (703) 548-2064. 548-6338
next year. Call Dave 665-0166. 03H407
82Y330 _3H4_7_
FEMALE WANTED to share 2-bdrm. SUMMER RJ BS
apt. for Fall with three girls at Al-
bert Terrace. $94.00/mo. Call persis-C
tently. Wendy, 764-9714. 25Y327 Cedar Poit
Amusement Park

LIIIIUI U)
AND
Bowling
at THE UNION

SUBLET: Single room. April-August,
Phone 995-1566. 85U0328
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET: Fabu-
bous modern apt. on campus. Two
bedrooms, dishwasher, terrace, air
conditioning 995-9164. 22U324
21 BDRM. BI-LEVEL apt. for May-
Au,. Air conditioned, balcony, ex-
cellent summer location. Free park-
ing 995-4137. 05U327

A free service to assist
our tenants

Complete selection of
nished summer apartm
from one to five bedro
in modern bldgs. and o
houses. Central Campus
Medical Center locotionE
stop by or call:
Campus Rentc
1335 S. University
665-8825
MAY-AUGUST - 3 bedroom he
completely furnished. 5 min
from Union. Call persistently.
1741(0). 03

THINKING OF BEING AN
ENGLISH TEACHER ?
COME AND FIND OUT ABOUT THE
ENGLISH DEPT. PROFESSIONAL SEMESTER
THURS., MARCH 25, 7627 HAVEN
4:30 - 5:30
COFFEE and COOKIES

ents WANTED TO RENT Sandusky, Ohio, will hold on-cam-
__.._.._-pus interviews March 30 and 31 for
Oms WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR HOUSE summer employment. Approximately
Ider WELL TAKEN CARE OF FOR 1 or 2 3,000 positions available for wide
years, AND be paid, too? Profession- "ariety of jobs. Housing available.
and al couple seeks unfurnished home in Contact Career Planning and Place-
s. or near University. Prefer 3 bed- ment Office for information or ap-
rooms, basement some yard space pointment 67H330
R eferences available upon request. - O UPLE_ NEEDED_ as_ resident_ man
Write Daily Box 31, Ann Arbor, Mi. COUPLE NEEDED as resident man-
48109. dL325 agers for Halfway House, caring for
Js ___women re-entering community from
FEMALES would like to share bi- Ypsilanti State Hospital. Salary ex-
level apt. near campus with another cellent, fringe benefits 995-0354 or
female. Reasonable. 764-6039, 764- 995-0318, ask for Randy or Carol.
cUtc 6038. 83L324 44H328
ouse, I WANT A SINGLE ROOM in house PART-TIME STUDENT aide posi-
utes or apt. for next Fall. Helen, 769- tions available for qualified upper-
764- 0426. 27L331 class LS&A students interested in
U326 -- -group and individual counseling for
TICKETS new students during summer orien-
wail- _______ tation program starting June 13-
air- WANTED: 2 tickets for both games August 13. Applications are available
$190 NCAA Basketball finals. Call 665- at 1213 Angell Hall. 763-1042. Dead-
U327 6993 99Q325 line Friday, April 2 at 4 p.m 40H326

fur-'

ATTRACTIVE 3-4 man apt. ai
able May-Aug. Close"to campus,
conditioned, nicely furnished.
GREA~T LOCATION. Modern, f
ished 1-bedroom.$85/mo 1016

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ACROSS
1 Slough
6 Musical work
11 Money in
Malaga
12 Sherwood, for
one
14 South African
aborigines
15 Fragrant yellow
flower
17 In media -
18 London theater
20 Letters
21 Wading bird
23 Dismount
25 Certain stamp
users: Abbr.
26 Faint light
28 One of the
Leagues
29 Poisonous
protein
31 University near.
the Rive
Gauche
33 Dress goods
34 Of great dura-
tion
36 Planet
39 Cardinal's title
43 Hesitation
44 Phonograph
part
45 Trained per-
formers of a
kind

46 Motel of colo-
nial days
47 Bar
50 Daily fare
51 Petruchio's
bride
53 Helix
55 -- victis
(woe to the con-
quered)
56 Retired educa-
tors
58 Frontier mer-
chants
60 Sprung (from)
61 Medieval
helmets
62 Deadfall
63 Small error
DOWN
1 More untidy
2 Hardwood
3 San --,
Italian resort
4 Ancient pillar-
like monument
5 Management
6 Crude replica,
sometimes
burned
7 Feature of the
Statue of Liber-
ty
8 Y orkshire river
9 Feat of skill
10 Perfume
11 City in Colorado

13 Accessory for t
well-dressed
man
14 Sailing vessels
16 Clubs, etc.: Abbr.
19 One-time
French acclam-
ation: Phrase
22 Furs
24 Old Roman coin
27 Sculptor Henry
and others
30 To be sure
32 Compass pt.
33 Year in Nero's
reign: Rom.
35 Man of undying
fame
36 Big nail
37 Hat or Hattie
38 Certain horses
40 Simplicity
41 Exonerates
42 -- Park, Col-
orado resort
44 Growing in high
altitudes
48 Michaelmas
daisy
49 Asian hard-
wood tree
52 Innisfail
54 Headlight
57 "A rose ---
rose..."
59 Jardin-
Plantes
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