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Page 8-Wednesday, May 23, 1979-The Michigan Daily

563-5466. Double lease. 798525 two females. Fully furnished, washer-dryer, free
FEMALE LEASE for sale in Markley. Call collect: heat and air-conditioning. Excellent location. Call
563-5466. Double lease. 79B525 995-3962.90C529
JACKET for spring-summer wear. "Camp-No. 7"
hrand, Excellent condition. Call Seth Bidwell 665- GRAND O PENING
635 after 6p.m. 638529
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS remember to RENTAL HOMES
come see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard Brand new homes with fireplace, cathedral ceiling,
near Platt. 971 1355. cBtt two-car garage with automatic opener, four bed-
F ENrooms or three bedrooms and family room, full
basement, large wood deck, use of tennis court
and heated pool. Approx. 11 miles from campus
FALL-CAMPUS off W. Liberty. Dahlmann Apts. Ltd., 761-7600.
We are currently leasing our remaining few effi- cCtc
ciencies and 1 bedroom, modern, furnished apart- F
ments for next Fall. Stop by or call Dahlmann FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at a Jewish
Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600. Monday-Friday, rooming house, spring/summer discount prices,
9-5 CCtc fall/winter leases. 769-3078. pCtc
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
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ACROSS 5
1 Color-
5 Tasty pan fish 5
9 Lace ruffle 5
14 Early form of 5
mandolin f
15 Writer Victor 4
16 Unassisted f
17 Conformable f
19 - Delgada,
Azores port 4
20 Cousin of a hand-
out
21 Haphazard
22 Direct
23 Lullabies
24 Gateway .
Arch city
28 Launder
31 As simple as -
34 Illustration
35 Spiny-leaved plant
36 Lament
38 Adjust again
39 College cheer
40 Nobel Institute
locale
41 Ten percenters
43 Bribe1
44 Glide
45 Marsh reed 7
47 Cleaning
specialties
49 Pants
53 Sally

55 Macgregors, Gor-
dons, etc.
58 Declaim
59 Nonsense
60 - den Linden
61 In the thick of
62 "- boy!"
63 Equals
64 Dapple Gray of
nursery rhyme
65 Exclaimed
DOWN
1 National emblems
2 Statements of
account
3 Wooden church, in
norway
4 Plains Indian
homes
5 Famous Fabian
6 Cigar producing
country
7 Unsightly
8 19th cent. mystery
writer
9 Toshogu Shrine
country -
10 "It's- to Tip-
perary": Phrase
11 Stock market re-
port item
12 To the top of
13 Rangers, for
example

18 Small pies
21 Famous Egyptian
stone
23 Mum
25 Atlantic port of
Morocco
26 Greek letters
27 Overthrow
29 Unassisted
30 Assist
31 One of a famed
team of enter-
tainers
32 Thicket: Poet.
33 Ascertain the
diameter of
37 What of it
42 Sandwich man's
burdens
46 Burmese terminus
of Burma Road
48 Rows one on
another
50 Word with gold or
silver
51 Think: Fr.
52 Outstanding golfer
53 Potage
54 Department of
France
55 As though: Sp.
56 Cut of meat
57 Other half of 31
Down
59 Outline

The Highlands
LOCA TED ON
NORTH CAMPUS
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments for
immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring: security
lock system, drapes, dishwasher, tennis courts and
swimming pool. Buses to and from central campus
daily.
CALL
769-3672
Or visit the Resident Manager at 1693 Broadway
Apt. 302.
MANAGED BY
REAUME & DODDS
Management Co.
rsac
ROOM A ND BOA RD
FREE ROOM AND BOARD June-August for quiet
male student on peaceful farm with pool exchange
for work. 429-2438 evenings. 86E529
PE RSON A L
TONIGHT at 6:30 p.m., mixed league bowling at
the UNION. Last-call. cF523
FRIwNDS~LAKE COMMUNITY
80-acre wildlife preserve near Chelsea' swimming,
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. All-year
membership$50/adult; chgldren tree Brochurefrom
Bloods, 2005 Penneraft, Ann Arbor, M148103. cF525
A MARRIED COUPLE UNABLE TO HAVE CHILD
needs volunteer surrogate mother to he artificially
inseminated with husband's semen. Alt responses
treated confidentially.
REPLY TO P.O. BOX889,sTroy, Michigan. 64F628
GAY MALES OR MALES who think they may be
gay, coming-ut groups organizing soon. Call Tom
or Giles, 995-9292. 78F524
REDUCED RATES every day until 6:00 p.m.
Billiards at the UNION. Open 11:30 a.m. cF524
GAY MALES or males who think they may be
gay, coming-out groups organizing soon. Call Tom
or Giles, 995-9292. 78F524
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COSTDUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
217S. University
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It'sgood for our business,
Austin Diamond
120995. University
663-7151'
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
HEAL SPATS HER8
E N A A LS A ELI
L A N D L OCKED S T A
PLAYOJUT 6 3D I ES

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections and cancellations. The Daily i
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
removed from publication but will be billed
according to originalnumber of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
by disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
names may never be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
(i.e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.
PERSONA L
ACTORS-Student summer film. Auditions June 10.
Details, write: Film, 953 Greenwood, Ann Arbr
IH ELP WA NTED
MUSICIAN OR SMALL GROUP wanted to play
at outdoor 4th of July Wedding, Medieval, Renais-
sance, or Folk. Call after 5 p.m. -475-7349. 91H529
CLERKS
Temporary clerical helpneeded Notypingrequired,
full-time first or second shifts. Call Kate at 769-
6511, ext. 465. 89H601
FRENCH
Job reading 17th and 18th century French periodi-
cals for study of contention. Must have exceptional
knowledge of French. Financial aid-Work-study
necessary to apply. Also, jobs available for 19th
century British study of contention. Contact R.A.
Schweitzer, 764-7487. 65H523
JANITORIAL permanent/part-time. Excellent for
students. Apply in person, Saturday, May 26, 1979,
9 a.m.-12 noon. Fox Village Theatre, Ann Arbor.
B8H525
JOGGERS-Beginners needed for thesis research.
Call Tom Flagg at 763-1334 (M 1-3; WF 11-1:301,
994-4341 (anytime). 83H526
SUBJECTS WANTED-Advance the cause of
science and earn some money. Participate in a
psychological study of social judgments. Call
Danielleat763-2131. 5H605
OVERSEAS JOB-Summer/year round Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields. $500-1200
monthly. Expenses paid. Sight seeing. Free info-
Write: IJC, Box 52-13, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
59H531
Work study job transcribing interviews for school
desegregation project. Call Sheila Wilder or Joseph
Sanders764-7487. 45H524
COORDINATOR POSITION
Now accepting applications for 1979- school year.
Average 15-17 hours/week; academic counseling/
supervising office activities. Contact Bill, 763-1553
M-F, 10-1. Students' Counseling Office, 1018 Angell
Hall. 73H531
HUNTER GATHERERS
Joina Himalayan Yeti Quest
Details 995-4658
cHtc
RECEPTIONIST CLERK
Must be able to type.40 words per minute, possess
good phone mannerisms, and be experienced with
phone systems using 6 lines. Apply in person with
ICM SYSTEMS INC.
310E. Washington
Ann Arbor, M148104
1531
HAVE YOUR LAST fossil fuel fling. '63 Dodge
Dart. 150or best offer. 6622684. - 68N519
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