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For Sale: Full-size bed $25.00. 665-2322 after 4:00.
GARRARD SL-72 TURNTABLE. w/SHURE M-91
ED Cartridge. GOOD CONDITION $40. 662-8975
76PLYMOUTH VAN-CAMPER. Fullyequipped.665-
2284. Bestoffer. 20B515
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS remember to
come see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard
near Platt. 971-1355, c~tc
FOR R ENT
SPACE IN LARGE, comfortable house for summer.
Fall possible. Call 995-5455. - 49C518
1 WOMAN TO SUBLET 2 bedroom, 2 women fur-
nished apartment. Available now-August 28. 665-
5540 or 663-4496. Near Rackham. 52C519
Woman graduate student seeks nonsmoking woman
graduate to share her fall apartment. Close to cam-
us. Call 1-779-4725after :30p.m. 40C519
One bedroom and two bedroom apts. Now available.
Furnished. Includes heat, water and parking. Across
from U of M Stadium. 2 blocks from campus bus
stop.Sans Souci Apts., 1036S. Main. 904-3955.. cCic
FOR RENT FOR RENT
HOME COOKING-Eitherdouble room of double NYC west-side, July-August, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
plus I single available fall. Male graduate students large kitchen, living room, dining room, hallway,
and upperclassmen. Meals served. Walk to campus. air-conditioning, cats. $800/month plus utilities and
8 monthlease. 768-3875after 5 p.m. 33C518 deposit. (212) 362-5376. 37C516
We are currently leasing our remaining few effi-
T he H ighlands ciencies and I bedroom, modern, furnished apart
LOCATED ON ments for next Fall. Stop by or call Dahlmann
NORTH CAMPUS Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600. Monday-Friday,
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments for IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring: security 2-BDRM. apt. in house. Campus Rentals, 665-8825.
lock system, drapes, dishwasher, tennis courts and cCtc
swimming pool. Buses to and from central campus
Or visit the Resident Manager at 1693 Broadway.
REAUME & DODDS
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
®1979 Los Ange Tna Sy4dem6
ACROSS 48 To laugh: Fr. 13 For him, the show
1 Break in the 49 Communication must go on
workday code word for "D" 15 Negative verbal
6 Light carriage 50 Weapon range contraction
12 Relative of 52 Carried out 20 Logicians
lukewarm 53 Slurring over 23 Moslem hero of the
14 Shouts 55 Disintegrating 12th century
16 More wobbly 57 Vindictive spirit 25 Short film used
17 Word with setter 58 Tell a story for advertising
or spaniel 59 Gather again 27 Lodge man
18 "Do - I say ..." 60 Channel 29 Vacation places
19 In proportion markers 31 US coins
21 Estuary: Sp. 32 Frenchman's
22 Walls, in Paris DOWN "all right"
24 Fats 1 Suit of a type 34 Storm or strong
25 Part of TVA 2 Acting as an wind
26 Hector's father arbiter 35 Greed
28 Step for Cynthia 3 Bite 38 Contends
Gregory 4 Counter often 39 Snake
29 Heraldic device blue 40 Official at
30 Entwines 5 Garden workers Dartmoor
32 Meadow sound 6 Foils 41 Greek
33 Of eating 7 English maritime 42 Door hangers
36 Two, in Toledo county, for short 44 Yellow fever
87 Puzzle 8 Water growth mosquito
39 A second time 9 Harshly 46 Stoppers
42 - Royal 10 Evening 47 Biblical name of
Highness gathering Mt. Sinai
43 Partitions, in 11 Rose-colored 50 Miss Lollobrigida
anatomy dyes 51 Fragrant balsam
45 Repair 12 Philatelist's 54 Opposite of Rep.
46 Beginning purchase 56 Saint, in Lisbon
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FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at a Jewish
rooming house, spring/summer discount prices,
fall/winter leases. 769-3070. pcCtc
PERSON A L
EXOTIC AND PRACTICAL GIFTS
at the EXHIBIT MUSEUM GIFTSHOP. Exhibit
Museum of Natural History, N. University and
Geddes. Monday-Friday, 10:00-4:30, Saturday, 10-5,
Sunday, 1-5. cF512
See if you can make this disappear!
A rabbit in the hat is worth two in the bush.
Bethand Derry dF514
PERSONAL CHOICES WORKSHOP
On vocational, lifestyle, and otber decisions. Held at
oursummercabnonanearby lake, May-25-2.;$25.00
plus ability to pay fee. Bob and Margaret Blood. 769-
0046. ' F17
NEH Fellow will house-sit approx. June 10-August 4.
Loving care for yard and pets. Refs. Non-smoker.
Dr. Barkhymer, Otterbein College, Westerville, OH
43461(614)890-3000 ext. 210, eves.882-5301. 44F524
NEW OPENING HOURS-Billiards and Bowling.
Open 11:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., 1 p.m. Sat., Sun. at
the Union. cF512
MIXED LEAGUE BOWLING Wednesday nights.
Sign up now. Union Lanes. 50t per game. Open
11:30a.m. Mon-Fri., 1p.m. Sat. & Sun. cF512
GEMINI-Are you BORED? Join the Gemini club
now starting. The only object is fun. Call 662-3431
UM STYLISTS at the Union open 8:30 a.m. to
5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Professional hair care services
and RK products. cF512
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
80-acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea swimming,
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. All-year
membershipl$50/adult; children free. Brochurefrom
Bloods, 2005 Penncraft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. cF525
NEW YORK-style Deli, meeting Sunday nights at
Hillel, 1429 HillSt.,6 p.m. $1.50per plate. cF511
JAPANESE PHOTO ALBUMS
Three albums, one dated by inscription, of photo-
graphs taken in 19th century Japan. Many hand-
tinted landscapes, warriors and aborigines, gardens,
handicrafts, western-style building, corpse washing,
political figures, etc. Collector's items. Bids taken
until Junel15th. Call813-988-0880after 6 p.m. 36F516
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's goodtfor our business)
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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PE RSONA L
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-010. Fc
H E LP W ANTED
Needs counselors, waterfront director, arts & crafts
specialist. Jewish background preferred. Camping
experience. Must love working with young children.
Junior counselors-1 to i8. Counselors-over 18.
Monday-Friday June 25 to August 3. Call Judy,
Part-time maintenance Handy person needed for 10
to 20bours per month to help maintain downtown of-
fice building.Call6623344. 47H516
Work study job transcribing interviews for school
desegregation project. Call Sheia Wilder or Joseph
BASS PLAYER, writer, singer looking for band in-
terested in doing covers and originals. Mostly pap
and rock is favored. Looking for something to carry
over into fall if we mesh. Call Mitch at 764-552.
EARN $3 in brief, fun, psychological experiment.
No deception involved. 764-9175 to participate.
North Campus Recreational Building must have
current advanced life-saving, first aid, and CPR
certification. Contact JoAnn Pronty, 763-3004,
Department of Recreational Sporto. 39H512
CHILDCARE ACTION CENTER needs Outreach
students to work and play with children ages2-6
years. Spring and/or Summer term. Call 766-3847.
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED to assist handi-
capped man and help with inside and outside
tasks. Will tradefor room, board, and loving family!
NORTHERN MICH. Summer Camp has the follow-
ing positions open-Arts and Crafts instructors,
WSI (swim instructor), Sailing instructors. Call
ANN ARBOR "Y" youth basketball instructors.
Saturday morning program. 663-0536. 261H515
PSYCHOLOGIST WANTS to meet persons who at
some point in their lives have undergone an experi-
ence in religious conversion, a marked change in
lifestyle, a shift in political beliefs, etc. If you hve
experienced suchka transition in your life and might
be wiling to share confidentally your understand-
ing of this change, please contact Dr. Barratt at
764-1500 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., weekdays.
Some reimbursement for your time is possible.
Weeken resident manager needed for small group
home in Ann Arbor. Manager functions as part of
treatment team in addition to managing home. Ex-
cellent experience for psychology and social work
students. Call769-7535. 47H512
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN for repair of com-
munications equipment. Experience and minimum
2nd class operator's license necessary. Call Diane