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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 13, 197t,

Tuesday. January 13. 197~ -- I, ----J

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DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
HELP WANTED

ROOMMATES
OWN ROOM In apt., house on Hill.
$83 mo. till July. Bill, 995-0931
mornings. 30Y115
MALE TO share bedroom in 3-;
man apartment, modern, near cam-J
pus. 65 mo. Call 995-5418. 83Y0115j

I

FOR RENT
AEPi FRATERNITY needs one fe-
male to complete spacious double.
Call Charlie, 665-8018. 89C113j
FEMALE WATITED for own =roomi
in apt. Fireplace, picture window,!
$85/mon. 995-5807. 07C1159
ROOMS WITH kitchen. 8-month-

FOR RENT I MUSICAL MDSE.,
AVALABLE IMMEDIATELY Lage RADIOS, REPAIRS
single room in spacious two-personI NEW CITATION GUITAR:Damaged
:apartment for mature, considerate nE n PriTAp: DMusi
male: Very close to campus, parking henpern323tS. Mainc AnnApollor.
included. Lease through August. I
$112.50 a month plus electric. Call cXtc
995-3913, 5-7 p.m. d l 3 REPAIR,.adjustment and restora-
tion of all string instruments.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED Quality work, completely guaran-
APARTMENTS . teed.GrettaesB (C..1342 N

,...

FEMALE GRAD to share.
bedrom Nort C"r-ns

Own

TOWERING PINES, Boys-WOOD- """ u !'o" * ' -npus.- uer"ilease, convenient location. Inquire
LAND. Girls. Eagle River Wis. $1.00 Call 663-6270. 9Y4after 4, 995-7509, 761-0314 evenings.
WANTED: Head cooks, Maintenance WANTED: Woman to share huge 9400113
Man, Nurse, Men Counselors in :Wmnt-saehg
Crafts, Water Sports, Dramatics In double in Forest Court house. 995- CONGENIAL non-smoking male stu-
dtan lore, Riflery. Married sngle, 9725. dy113 dent to share room in fraternity.
Interviews: Jan. 14,Student Activi- 761-5145, ask for Gary or Doug.
ties Building. Marion Jordan, 444 SUBLET 97EO113;
Comfort La. Palatine, IL. 84H113 --- -}--- - -'--.- - - ~ --
MAN WANTED for room in friend- NOW RENTING
MAINTENANCE PERSON to do oc- ly, cooperative mansion, Church St.
casional light work around house.-- area. 995-0184. dU0113 FALL 1 976
$3.50/hr. 662-9709. 11HO114 E--ALL~-9-6
1FEMALE TO SHARE 2 bedroom!
BUSPERSON TO work meal job at apartment. Low rent. Close to Med/' TLJ MA c
fraternity. Reasonable work, g o o d Central camp.is. 761-1003. 47U0115 ;J;
food. Call Doug, 761-5145. 96H0113--------A----P-
______ __FEMALE to share bedroom in 4-wo- A A T E T
KITCHEN HELP needed. Good food, man apt. Two blocks from campus. (at corner of William & Thompson)
flexible hours. Call 761-9596. 90H0115 Rent negotiable. Call 995-8362.
03U113 Furnished efficiency, 1 & 2 bedroom
SECRETARY/TYPIST job opening --- apartments. See manager at Apt.
for registered work-study students. FOR RENT 216 or call:
15-20 hrs./wk. Call 994-HELP any-
time. 71H113 FEMALE NEEDED to complete 3{665-2289
LUNHHLPwane- 'Expe'son apt., central campus. Modern
LUNCH HELP wanted - Exchange apt. $95/mo. 995-4696. 09C0115
for meals immediately. Call Rick, SAN--
761-6281. 8600122 FOR RENT: Room in house w/3
PEtwomen. $90 and utilities. Please ( fr U-MS
PHOTO-COPTER-Person to run IBM call 663-1255. 290113 (across rom Stadium)
photocopier, evenings & weekends, -uih.&2 drm a t
no experience necessary. $2.00/hr. WOMAN WANTED to share modern menis. Parking available. Buses to
Call 662-1770 for appointment, cHtc 2-bedroom anartment near North and from campus every % hour.
- Campus. A/C, carpeted, dishwasher,' See manager at Apt. K-1 or call:
EARN. extra money throughout the~ swimming pool, tennis court. Feb.'
semester by volunteering for the through Aug. Rent negotiable. Call 994-3955
PSYCHOLOGY PAID SUBJECT Jane 994-0515 after 5 p.m 28115cCtc
POOL. Business hrs.: 9-12 call 764- '
4209; 1-4 call 763-1101. 51H118 SINGT.E furnished room. 483-3795 or ROOM. $95. Near campus, utilities
- -°-'1482-7329. 27C115 included. Call 665-8074. 5-7 p.m.
SALES PERSON WANTED. $50/wk. --__- 420113
and 20% commission. Call 994-0627. EFFICIENCY on campus. Sharp, ---
36H0116 newly furnished, very quiet build- HOSPITAL LOCATION, large, fur-
CHEMISTRY STUDENT, r-tm ng. For serious, responsible older nished efficiency. $190/mon. Call
part-timewoman or grad student. $160 plus 769-3639. 750111
for consulting work. Jean Criteen- utilities.. 8-mo. lease. A landlord - ----- ------- -
jen. Ultraspherics..665-3701. 25H1117 who cares. 665-0396. 250116 OWN ROOM in 7-bedroom house for
rent. $95'mo. Two blocks f r o m
CREATIVE BABYSITTER 2-BEDROOM, couple, working or campus. 994-5680. 98C0114
or professek, 8:30-4 Must have town Above Co-op. 917 Packard, $225. 662- A BIG sleeping room, only for man,
transportation, references. 761-8477 0187. No pets. 23C116 on campus. No cooking. 663-5930.
- __ __ 9500121
.ifter 4 p.m. 28H1117 UNFURNISHED 2-bdrm. apartment. ----- --- - - -
$215. Near campus. Maiden Lane. 2 FEMALE Grad or professional stu-
RECEPTIONIST 763-6039. 260118 dents wanted for own rooms in on-,
.Must type 40 wpm. $2.25/hr. Call campus co-ed house for next year.
562-5575 for appointment; cHtc OWN ROOM for Grad/wkg. person $70. Call 995-2567. 550114
-"-'-'-' (F/M) in Unfurnished Apt. Share -------- -- -- --- - - -
WANTED TO RENT with female Grad student. Very FURNISHED ROOM available Imme-
close to Med Center. A C. swimming diately, near campus and St. Joseph
FEMALE GRAD needs place to stay pool. Call 761-7941. C hospital, also roommates needed for'
Monday through ,Thursday. Call i --- -- -- - modern and older campus apts.
Kym, 995-5864. 14LO114 PARKING SPACES available near Campus Management, Inc. 663-4101.
campus for winter term. 662-9709. !C1113"
PHOTO SUPPLIES -._anIMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Two
- SHARE Modern Apt. in an interna- bedroom, furnished apt. with park-
PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES-Basic & tional community. Male vacancy in ing, air conditioning, etc. 2 blocks'
Advanced. Private instruction. Be- 2 or 4-person apt. Call 662-5525 to Diag and near hospitals. 662-7787.
ginning soon. Call 995-4384. 64131171 17C0113' cC11l3

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Weekly housekeeping service, one
block from campus. Four month
winter lease. Rentals from $95/mon.
University Towers, 536 South Forest,
761-2680. 720117

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THE HIGHLANDS
One & two bedroom unfurnished
apartments. Lighted tennis court,
pool and security lock system. Buses
to and from campus daily.
1697 Broadway, Apt. 303
769-3672
cCtc

FALL '76
EXTREMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS
APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES
Nancy and Jean will be glad to
help you with your housing needs.
STOP BY-OR CALL US
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. University
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30
Saturday 10:00-2:00
VISCOUNT APARTMENTS
2 and 3 Bedroom
Bi-Levels and Tri-Levels
MODEL OPEN
M-F, 11-1, 6-8 Weekends, 2-4
1316 Geddes No. 3

Main. 994-4964. cXtc
DREADNAUGHT GUITAR SALE.
Used guitars starting at $49.95. Ap-
ollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
cXtc
PA EQUIPMENT GBX, 2 cabinets
with 212's and horn, 6 channel head,
some a'ccessories, $900. 995-0605.
05X115
SONY stereo systems, TV's at just
above wholesale prices. Write for
free catalogue and price list. Also
mention other brands interested in.
SIGHT & SOUND Elctronlcs, P.O.
Box 35, Ann Arbor, 48107. 76X0120
MARTIN D12-28 guitar, perfect con-
dition. 763-6269. 82X0115
NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos
from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761-
9430. cXtc
TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off,
must mention ad. See Don, Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430.
eXtc
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcia, Her-
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 or 429-
S9241 cXtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
2 GRAD WOMEN want room in
house. Call Mary, 665-6082, or Nina,
662-3726. 24L115
BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761-,
9431 and 487-5526. cJtc
IKE'S MINI-MOVER
Want to move in a hurry? Truck
available for small moving within
25 miles. 973-0763. 78J0131
EDITORIAL SERVICES
Highest references 769-2931

PERSONAL K_ PERSONAL
AIKIDO AND KENDOITIRED of the classroom? Want an
Martial -s demonstration by Ta- opportunity to learn in a creative
kashl ' 'hida (7th dan) and Hay- environment? Learn skills while
ashi Tatsuo (5th dan) on Tuesday, serving the community. Placements
,Tan 13. 4:30 p.m. I. M. Building available for committed students in
Wrestling Room. 84F113 three experiential learning programs.
Projects are: Child Care and Devel-
ACT-I Duplicate Bridge tournament opment, Inmate Project, and Inno-
Thursday, 7 p.m. $1 entry fee. Ore- vative Tutorial Experience. Contact
dit for master points. Singles or Project Community at 2204 Michi-
whatever. Michigan Union Assembly gan Union. 763-3548. Sign up now,
Hall. cFO5 l ABLE.close early. CREDIT AVAIL-
90F113
EXERCISE HOUR Tues. and Thurs.,'ABE
12-1 at Sports Coliseum. ALL IN-
V ---! . THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
HEADWIND appearing at Chances home of the
Are one night only, Tuesday, Janu-C
ary 13. 06F113 CLEAN MACHINE
613 E. LIBERTY
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES, sign F116
up now. Michigan Union Lanes. __
cF0115 A COURSE OF ACTION . Air
EXERCISE HOUR Mon.-Thurs. 5:30- Force ROTC. If you've two aca-
6:30 at Sports Coliseum. ALL IN- demic years remaining in schooll
VITED!!! Ftc (graduate or undergraduate) look'
rinto our AFROTC programs. It's one
DAYCARE: Openings'for 2%-5 year way of planning for a good future.
olds. Full-time. Corntree Co-op. Get all the details today. Contact:
Call Lynda, 665-0606. 22F125 AFROTC, North Hall, Ph, 764-2403.
85F0113,

PERSONAL
COPIES - 2? c each
I{.west Prices Anyuhere
IM1'HMiiS, 524 E. William. 665
* 2 FREE GAMES .

4321
eFte

a5J131
EFFICIENCY on campus: Large-
modern, furnished $180. 418 E. Wash- TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
ington. Call 668-6906 or '663-3641. Keypunching, Notary Service.
eCtc THE SECRETARIAT
--- -------Dissertation Specialists
NEEDED: People for doubles $75. 812 S. State Street
Co-ed frat on Cambridge. Jim 761- 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
5857. 23C113 ___-- - .
II AM a full-time, free lance typist
t FOR SALE with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
CAMERA EQUIPMENT and Stereo over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy
equipment for sale. Call 995-4884. guaranteed.Base rate 70c per page.
35B118 LBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
TDAMOND RING, size 6. Top qua- TRANSMOGRIFYING
lity. Legally appraised at $365. Price TYPING
negotiable. 995-2308. 4B121 All electric Serving the academic,
- -- ------- professional and business communi-
CLEAN UP with Little Dipper Can- ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RE-
dles "two for one" bath products SUMES, EDITING-. TASK, 761-4146.
sale, through Jan. 17. Little Dipper cJtc
Candles, 415 Fifth Ave, in Kerry-.
town. 43B113 MISCELLANEOUS
WATERBED: Double size with gold LOOKING for good quality hand-
velvet and leather trimmings. In- LatKIte o be sold on con
cludes frame, lining, foam padding signment, Northville area. 1-349-
and headboard. $100. 995-8348 nites. 3662 between 12-6. 80M115
69B11331
A'K _ FOLK SINGING for children 5-7
YAMAHA SKIS. BOOTS. 101, Henk e, -- -

COUNT THEM-11 pinball machines
in our Bowling Lanes. Michigan Un-
ion. cF0113
U-M STYLISTS at. the Union are
open 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Mon.-Sat.
Dave, Chet and Harold. cF114
CHILDREN'S MORNING ACTIVI-
TIES-Burns Park, Mon.: 2%-3 yrs.,
Wed.: 4-6 yrs. Singing, painting, In-
vestigating, pretending, nutritious
snack. 3 hrs. $4.50. 761-7550. 91F117
WINTER TERM SPECIAL: right now
through Wednesday. Billiards at $1/
hr. and M-Pin Bowling win a free
game at the Michigan Union.
cF0114
HATHA YOGA CLASS: Exercise and
relaxation. 8-week course, $15 fee.
CALL 995-5483 or come to 640 Ox-
ford on Thurs., Jan. 15, 8 p.m.
10F14
AT CAMPUS FORUM you can talk
about anything-even God! Campus
Forum invites students, faculty, wo-
women, men,relilgous, non-religious
-anyone who wants to talk or lis-
ten. This week we discuss "Facing
the Future: is your faith repres-
sive or liberating?" Tuesday, 8:30
p.m. at Campus Chapel-a place for
people-1236 Washtenaw Ct., one
block North of South University and
Forest. cF113
ALL IN LOVE returns to Chances
Are Sunday, January 18th. Don't
miss 'em. 18F0118
LARRY
From Detroit & Cass Tech at U of
M. Teacher forgot to communicate
further on that Sunday. 1-368-9290
after 8 p.m. Paul. 00F114
SET A RECORD
An any of our pinball machines and
win a free submarine sandwich
TOMMY'S HOLIDAY CAMP
Packard & State
THE CROSS EYED MOOSE
613 E. Liberty
cF1131
RAPISTS NEEDED for research.
ConfidentialEinterviews.rAllrpaid.
Please help. Write Michigan Daily,
Box 23. 63F0115
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i or Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
eFte
NEW COURSE FOR CREDIT
"Politics of Mass Education." How
schools shape attitudes, personality,
knowledge. How schools feed capi-
talism. Endorsed by three ,University
profs. Tuesday or Thursday evening
discussion group. Limit 10. Jeff
Howard, Ph.D. program, Univ. teach-
ing experience. $20. Call 662-8193
for readings, course outline.
44F115

"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University,663-7151
cFtc
15% DISCOUNT on acne prepara-
tions at the Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. eFtc
Attractive young scientist seeks In-
telligent, attractive, nonsmoking
young woman. Box 333 Michigan
Daily. 89F113
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/
CREATIVE DANCE WORKSHOP
Friday eve.-Sat., Jan. 16-17. No ex-
perience necessary. Margaret & Bob
Blood. 769-0046. 81F0116
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding
and Social Announcements
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4TH AVE. 994-4664
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need, help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Cali 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
--t s

CAMPUS PINBALL
1217 S tniverstty
I ad per person
cFtc
' RANSMUGR.IFYING
iYPING
All electric. Serving the academic,
orofessional and business cornmuni-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
MES. EDiITIN'T. 'ASK, 761-4146.
l cdtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUIoK
1217 5. University 769-0560
eFic
MIXED BOWLING Leagues now
forming. Sign up now. Union Lanes.
eFill
"CADILLACS or Communes: Choos-
ing a Lifestyle" is the title of a
three-session workshop to be held
at Campus Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw,
on Thursdays, January 15, 22 and 29,
at 7:30 p.m. Featured will be the
film "Beyond the Next Harvest;" a
panel of Ann Arbor residents repre-
senting various Christian lifestyles;
and Dr. George Mavrodes of the U
of * 4 Philosophy Dept. The public is
invited to come and discuss the im-
portant lifestyle choices we all trust
make in the face of world poverty.
cFli15
TRAINING WORKSHOP'
in Gestalt, "Hot Seat" work & In-
terpersonal group process. Wed. eve.
Leaders: Michael Andes, Richard
Kempter. 995-0088. 85F120
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-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206
E. Huron. cFtc
Answer to Previous Puzzle
i RA Q I POOL NOTA
CASUS O.R A AMEN
E S T EIS UN ISP H ER E
S HIR E R E ST RA IN
'CA LC L IM N L IS LE
A'S E L I R A F A N T A N
P H Y S I C AL FI TN ES S
PETITE MIN E L E U
-A RE TE SOL . D PE R
R F C A L
P R I M A R I E S M A FO I1
L A VA L I E U U
Y A NK R TE S DE

"STUDY ABROAD 1976"
TON IGHT
CFS Coffee Hour,
DATE: Jan. 13th-TONIGHT
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: Michigan Union (Main Floor)

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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
@ 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES

jYANK ~jES __

poles. Must sell. Ted, 769-0111.
53B114
SHEEPSKIN COATS for men ant
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
T RAV EL
BAHA-MA ISLANDS, $229. One full

years. My Burns Park home. Mon.,
4-5:15. $2/session. 761-7550. 92M114
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Samoyed (fluffy white hus-
ky) male, one yr. old. Last seen
around State and Catherine Street,
Weds. p.m. Call Lee at 764-5562
days, 663-9792 eves. 88A113

sa Nua U~, W - ae hl
week in Freeport, March 6-13, Spring
Break. Call Pete Savoie, 764-0845. PERSONAL

3IPI25 {

ROOM: Anderson A

(near showcases)

--20 MINUTE FILM ON FRANCE-
'76 CATALOGS & APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
FOR SUMMER OR ACADEMIC YEAR ABROAD!
ALL INVITED:
STUDENTS-Who wish to study abroad.
TF's & FACULTY-Who wish to study aboard
or who wish to be group leaders for a Free Trip.
USSR tGENEVA *'VIENNA 0PARIS 0 DIJON 0 NAIROBI FLORENCE
* PERUGIA@ eNICE ISRAELe COPENHAGEN
r BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY-662-5575
I_ _ _ - - - - - - ---'.-- -- --.-'----'

LOOKING TO fly to Newark Int'l.
Airport during SPRING BREAK.
Group fare sponsored along with a
travel ageny. Call 763-2605. After
6:15. Ask for Jeff. dP113
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Set of bunk beds. Call
995-9780 after 5 p.m. dK0114
TTRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED: commuting from
Portage Lake to Ann Arbor daily.
Flexible hours, share expenses. 426-
13519. 67G113
j RIDE NEEDED - Commuting from
Portage Lake to Ann Arbor daily.
Flexible hours, share expenses. 426-
S .519. 670113
PETS AND SUPPLIES
CAT SITTER WANTED. Nice, gentle
female kitten. Call Terry Webb at
668-9010. dT
USED CARS
'74 PLYMOUTH GOLD DUSTER. 6,
power, automatic, snow tires. 995-
10177. 26N109

SRF YOGA MEDITATION
8 week class, no experience neces-
sary, Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m. 420. Call
769-1526. 17F121
WANTED: Firsthand or informed
insights about GHANA. Call 763-
1062 before 5, or 769-0467 after 6.
16F0115
BARGAIN CORNER
THE THRIFT SHOP
at 120 N. Fourth Ave. has a good
supply of winter coats and party &
everyday dresses. COME IN AND
SAVE MONEY. 03W113

1
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SAM$S tOre
SALE Has Begun
_ i t
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TURKISH
ARTS &
GIFETS
LAMB FUR COATS
Handknit Wool
Mittens, Gloves,
Socks, Sweaters,
Shirts, and Dresses
* Fur and Real
Leather Bags
6 Handmade Silver
Jewelry
Turkish Rugs
And Tapestryt
" Copper, Brass,
Onyx & Ceramics
215 E. Liberty
10:30-6 p.m. 761-5554
cWtc
FSAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SALE ITEMS
Cowboy Boots ....$10
Sweaters ... from $5.50
SelectedPants .......
.from $5.00

Announcement
CFS Office of
Study Abroad 1976
Applications being accepted now.
Earn up to 8 credits.
USSR * Vienna * Paris * Dijon
* Nairobi * Nice * Florence
* Perugia * Israel 0 Copenhagen
9 British Virgin Island 9 Geneva.
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)
662-5575
cFtc
FREE PINBALL
At the Cross-Eyed Moose
613 E. Liberty
Fri. 12:30-1 p.m. All you can play
cFll~r
COPYING CLOSEST TO CAMPUS
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
Prepare yourselves for the return in-
vasion of PROCTOR & BERGMAN!
The dynamic duo will appear LIVE
at the MATRIX THEATRE January
18th and 19th and will show FIRE-
SIGN THEATRE movies in addition
to their live performances. DON'T
MISS THIS UNIQUE MULTI-MEDIA
SHOW! For info: 994-0627. 97F118
CAN'T GO SOUTH FOR WINTER?
Warm, friendly place to take meals
and make friends. FRIENDS CEN-
TER INTERNATIONAL CO-OP. Call
Tom or Carol, 761-7435. 65F115
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc

ACROSS
1 Takes a break
6 Man: Colloq.
10 Oman man
14 T. Stearns -
15 "Fortunate"
one
16 First name of 13
Down
17 Tnicia ---- Cox
18 Messenger
20 Lout
21 Golda Meir, for
one
23 New Guinea
port
24 "Show-biz"
status symbol
26 Dagwood's boss
28 Where Coney
Island is
31 New Deal agcy.
32 Water lily
33 Told in detail
38 Verily
39 Marmion's
horse, in Scott
poem
40 Mark
41 Pub beverage
43 Run after
44 Work unit
45 Did a pit stop job
47 Problem in
national finance
51 Port of Libya
2 3 4 5
0 21 2;

52 Girl of song
53 Features 9f
marsupials
55 Yictory: Colloq.
58 Bridge players'
need
60 No longer a
minor
62 - breeches
63 Dance
64 Hardship
65 Tree of the
apple family
66 Piece of candy
67 Say -
(agree)
DOWN
1 Matrimonially,
"the end."
2 Literary
pseudonym
3 Tallperson
4 Also
5 Xmas street
scene sights
6 Crimson
7 Greek goddess
8 Made known
9 Nutty
confections
10 -- how!
11 California white
oak
12 Bellowing
13 Name in theateir
lore

7 18

19 Girl's nick-
name
22 "My Gal---"
25 Pronounced
27 Make discord
ant
28 Nonsense:
Slang
29 City on the
Tevere
30 By no chance
34 Humorously,
employees
35 Rascals
36 Leisure
37 One of the
Scotts
39 Name for N.Y.
Stock Exchange
42 Moved slowly
43 Hasty
46 Payment
47 Parts of candles
48 "A BellFor
49 Less common.
50 Kind of
vegetable
54 Great queen,
for short
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