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LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Black Bovier female. I-94 and State St.
Injured. 1-581-4345. A630
FOUND-Black Bovier female. I-94 and State St.
Injured.1-581-4345. dA630
FOUND-All black male cat one mile west of Main.
Call668-6869. dA630
FOR SA LE
76 PLYMOUTH Volare Custom Sedan. V8318
Landau, automatic, air-loaded with extras. 429-
4178/after 6 p.m., 429-9371. 06B707
GARAGE SALE
T.V. set, lawn mower, yard equipment, clothing
and household goods. Sat., June 30, 8-3. 5 Ruthven
Place, off Hill St., 2 streets east of Washtenaw.
161B629
ARTCARVED WEDDING RING, size 8, gold/
silver band, almost new; bargain at $100, was
purchased at Daniel's. Call 665-9683 between 4:30
and7:30p.m. ONLY. dB
NEW DESK and new chair, $250. Call Paul or
Dori soon at971-1414. 17B629
WOMEN'S GOLF clubs, cart, bag. 10 matched
irons, woods, balls,etc.665-4596. 19B630
FOR RENT
MEN & WOMEN-Nee. a place to live for 1979-80
school year? Theta Xi is a coed fraternity with
spaces available. We are located on campus, and
have all the advantages of a big house. Call Steve
at 761-6133 for more info. 44C0630

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DAILY CROSSI
Edited by Margaret Fm
© 1979 Le AMpNk
ACROSS 48 Range of
Prokofiev hero 49 Skiing te
John XXIII's 50 La Scala
successor 52 Chess pi
Cyrano's beloved Abbr.
Cut of meat 53 New Zea
Peaks native
Like silver 54 Prepared
Lecterns more pic
Uncle, in taking
Uruguay 56 Kind ofv
Sawfish's saw 57 Lettuce
Co-ops 58 Prayers
Eat: Fr. 59 Haberda
Parts of items
spectacles 60 Headwea
- grass,
meadow barley DOWN
Carriage: Fr. 1 Eugenio
A time designa- 2 Alive
tion: Abbr. 3 Sailing
Splits maneuve
Roof part 4 Chemical
Jump 5 Thing, in
Hombre's title 6 Dugout e
Edam, for 7 Bolivia's
example bor: Abb
Round number 8 Diminuti
Roll-call word: suffixes
Abbr. 9 Solitary
Certain pitches individua
Prayer 10 Like glas
Poet Donne 11 Embrace

FOR RENT
SANSSOUC
Large 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments
available for immediate and fall occupancy. Apart-
ments including heat, free parking, and large
balcony or patio. Located across from the UM
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
daily. Call 485-2372 after 6:00 p.m. for information
or appotment.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
Located on central campus. Efficiencies, 1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments available for fall
occupancy. Attractive, modern buildings and
furnishings. Sub-leases available including laundry
facilities, air conditioning. Call 665-2289 for infor-
mation or appointment. 'cCtc
HURON VIEW Apartments is now accepting appli-
cations for fall residency. Applicationscan be picked
up at 831 Green Rd., No. 201, Ypsilanti. Any further
questions, call: 483-0007 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
05C719
GRAND OPENING
RENTAL HOMES
Brand new homes with fireplace, cathedral ceiling,
two-car garage with automatic opener, four bed-
rooms or three bedrooms and family room, full
basement, large wood deck, use of tennis court
and heated pool. Approx. 11/ miles from campus
off W. Liberty. Dahlmann Apts. Ltd., 761-7600.
cCtc
ROOMS AVAILABLE for summer and fall terms.
Rates and terms negotiable. Jim, 995-5374. 11C714
FORD PUZZLE
rrar and Trude Jaffe
Tim Sydkat
view 12 Navigation
rm devices
features 13 A good man
ece: 16 Final
18 Asians
land 21 Human beings
22 Correction of a
J for type
ture- 25 Pois - (green
peas)
weasel 26 Levels off
29 German article
31 Remnant
shery 34 Religious
composition
in 35 Title of respect
37 Literary great
38 Seven: Prefix
Pacelli 39 Resigns
40 Open
41 Weevils
rs 42 Battle scene,
sufixes 1862
law 44 Where, in Madrid
anoe 47 Name in Book of
neigh- Ruth
r. 49 Andrea del ---
ve 51 River into the
Moselle
53 Average
l: Slang 55 On -
s 56 Certain radios:
s Abbr.

The Michigan Da0 --Fr iday, 'Jneo29, 1979- Pagq
FRRENT PERSONAL
ROOM IN FAMILY HOMEli anar Hill Non WANTDPyntodlarfrvidUdeo
smoking woman graduate preferred. Call 6- American Airlines half-fare couons. Call Dan, 77-
6028. 38C707 8857, or Paul,767-2068. 12F711
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC. SCIENCE-FICTION! More than 1000 used S-F titles.
Available for fall, modern 2 bedroom unfurnished Buy ours, sell yours,or trade.
apts. 1 mile from campus. Parking, heat, water an U
laundry facilities included. Rent $280-$285. Also 1 esates
bedroom furnished apts available near campus. USEDSHEETMUSIC
337 E. Huron St. 663-4101 eCtc
THE DAWNTREADER BOOKSHOP
FALL-CAMPUS 525E.Liberty, insideBill's Bindery.
We are currently leasing our remaining few effi- 995-100 cFtc
ciencies and 1 bedroom, modern, trnished apart- OPEAL.EXTWEK.on .ul .4h, .pe-a
ments for next Fall. Stop by or call Dahlman OPEN ALL NEXT WEEK on July 4th, open at
Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600, Mon.-Fri. 9-5. 1p.m. Billiards at the Union. cF63O
eCtc THE MICHIGANENSIAN YEARBOOK COMETH:
And it's time to get your copy. Availble at the
P "NALStudent Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard SI, Ann
Arbor, for only $l2.00. dF
THE MICHIGANENSIAN YEARBOOK COMETH:
And it's time to get your copy. Available at the ANOTHER NEW
Student Publications Bldg., 420 Maynard St Ann SOF
Arbor, for only $12.00. dF
ARTWORLDS m CUT-OUT LPs
Institute of Creative Arts
Winter Workshops '78-'79 hasarrived! (Limitedselection)
ART UNIVERSITY CELLAR
Oil Painting ..in theMichigan Union
Acrylic Painting 1F629
WaterColor Painting "PASSPOSRTPHOTOS
Life Drawing By appointment. Call 764-0562, leave name and
Sketching B rpisnumber at Photo Desk-. dFtc
Graphics _ . ______
Calligraphyk OFFSET AND XEROX
Macrame FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
Silkscreen COPYQUICK-769-0560
Pottery
Glass Blowing 1217. Uirsityt
DANCEC
DANCE - MAKELOVE NOT WAR
Modern- It's goodfor our business)
C dreaieDnceAustin Dimond
raezane12095.Universiy
Bluen & Jazz 663-7151
Bfro D&nce Specializing in custom
afronce engagemedt & wedding rings
Disco
Beledi WAETLDPHWL A PTED
PHOTO
Photo LIFEGUARDS WANTED:
Darkroom CPR required, WSI preferred. Contact Jo Ann
Camera/Darkroom Prunty at Rec. Sports Dept., 763-3084. 40H630
Color Printing & Developing --
Color D nMUSIC STUDENTS WANTED to do paid perception
CibachromeDeveloping test. If interested, call 763-1144 between 8:00 a.m.
Lighting & Effects and 500 p.m 36H630
Portraits, Informal RELIGIOUS SCHOOL-TEACHERS WANTED for
Portraits, Studio Conservative Jewish congregation. 3 days/week
Figure Photography (Monday, Wednesday, Sunday). Knowledge of
Fashion/Glamour, Adv. Hebrew, Jewish customs and history. All grades.
MODELING Contact Beth Israel Congregation, 2000 Washtenaw,
Live Modeling Ann Arbr 48104.665-9897. 34H707
Advanced Photo Modeling ART OR ART HISTORY students wanted to partici-
Modeling for Photography I pate in psychological experiment for $3.00 pay.
PHYSICAL ARTS Call 764-9175. 31H714
Yoga, Hatha ENGLISH TUTOR needed for high school student.
T'ai Chi Chian Call 663-5395. H0630
Polar Energetics NEED GRAPHIC ART PERSON to do drawings for
Acupresure animatedstudent film. Call 71-8644. 29H629
Fencing: Ann ArbrSword Club EARN $3.00 in brief, fun, psychological experiment.
Karate: Shorin Ryu No deception involved. Call 764-9175 to participate.
Etching & Lithography _32__ 714
Information & Registration: MODELS WANTED
Request Free Catalogues $10.00 per hour. Apply in person. 215 S. 4th Ave.,
ARTWORLDS994-8400 Ann Arbor. 30H714
213So. Main, Ann Arbor, MI. 48108 NEED RELIABLE PERSON for interesting sum-
Session Begins July 9th mer job with publisher. No experience needed:
cFtc, must be dependable; some typing. Call Mary, Coda
IPEN JULY 41k at I p.m. All other days at Press,9715139between l0and4. 151629
regularhours. Billiards at the UNION. cF630 ATTENTION SERIOUS DETROIT LION FANS!
R E PLACE YOUR MUFFLER BETWEEN Youcan earn as much ast$500watching theirregular
CLASSES' 30 minutes or less . Lifetime guar- season games this fall. If you are detail minded and
antee .. First Quality . . Proven Lowest Price enjoy keeping records, APPLY NOW to: The Foot-
. Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers FREE ball Research Corporation, Dept. 2, E. 45th Street,
Price Quote. 769-5913. eFtc New York, NY 10017. 14H629
ATTENTION! Sue, Keith, Rich, Julie, Brian, STUDENTS- Earn extra money by participating
Shelley, Owen, Mike and Eric: letters and feed- n psychology experiments in your spare time.
back requested. Will send SASE, if necessary. If Experiments usually last 1 hour, absolutely no
replies are not received, mailboxes will be removed. drugs or deception involved. Call 74-1590 between
Slick. dF629 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to sign up for summer term list.
ScH629
COME WORK AND PLAY with young children at WORK 'TUDY-We ned you to ce data and
the Child Care Action Center through Project Out- enter using a Michigan Terminal System for the
reach-Psych.201. Call764-3487. 20F703 Great Britain Study. You must have summer term
financial aid/work study. Call Debbie McKesson or
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE R.A. Schweitzer, 764-7487. 23H703
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D I OR NE E DY ATT TYPN
S T A N D A RD L I C H E N TYPING
BONA TAN K E R S TYPING/BINDING
S M O R G IA S B O R D 0 -Dissertations
P A V E S A R K O F T H E -Theses/Term Papers
T H E A A N Y 0 R E M *"Business Letters/Resumes
S A RD I N t A S U 0M I -Legal
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