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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 11,

AHEY'RE ALL
W~CIRUUIEDj

mumm-low"

1977

FOR RENT
LARGE BE8ROOM for 1-2 men, in
pleasant apartment. 995-8881. 540618
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT aailbble
July 1st, option for fall lease. 665-
8164. 500615
ROOM AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
for summer in large house shared by
four others. Near Arb/campus. $75/
month. 789-0798. 440618
ROOM $70, may work off some rent
on odd jobs. Farmer's Mkt. area.
761-1734. 32C616
AVAILABL NOW large room In 3
bedrm. apt. Fireplace and free park-
ing. Fall option $100. 426 Hamilton
Pl. 663-0831 INGRID. 350614
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment
available now and fall, central loca-
tion at Liberty and Fifth. Call 769-
3639. 30615
OWN ROOM in grad co-op house.
Available immediately. 665-7161.
OWN ROOM In furihed3b 3dbe-
room bouse. Fail lipsemet and gi-
gantic backyard. Available immedi-
ately. Call 995-4384. 02C616
INTERNATIONAL LIVING - Room
and board space available for women
student&. FRIENDS' INTERNATION-
AL CO-OP, 761-7435. 05C611
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
then August 27th - Several rooms
with kitchen privileges and free
parking. $4/month, fall opion.
769-a52s M-F 9-. 61018
AVAILABLE NOW-Rom in huse.
62-3868. 730611
3 LARGE CORNER ROOMS with
shared kitchen, clone to campus. All
utilitims paid, no lease or depoit.
Available immediately. Call 665-693
after 4 p.m. 780611
HARRY'S
ARMY
SURPLUS_
2-MAN
RIPSTOP NYLON
TENT
Total weight 3 bs. 12 o,
Complete w/ ples, stkes
line and stuff sock.
$26.98
Nickel Cigar
3 lb. fiberfill lI
SLEEPING BAG
Ripstoo nlon
rated to +15
REG. $37.98
NOW $32.98
2-MAN
RUBBERIZED
NYLON RAFT
Neoprene coated
$49.98
BIB OVERALLS
by
0 Lee * Oshkosh
* Hong Ten S Big Smith
PAINTER PANTS
bv-Oshkosh
tin white & denim)-
Washington Dee Cee's-Elv
LEVI
* Prefaded Jackets
* Prefaded Jeans
20 E. WASHINGTON
at Fourth & Washington
994-3572
Open Fridy until 8:30 p.m.
for your convenience-
Iss686iecs

FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED T W O BEDROOM
With immediate occupancy, heat and
water included In rent. West Park
location. 662-7787, eCte
FURNISHED ROOM. Immed. occu-
pancy, Share bathroom, 1 block to
Rackham. 662-7787, tCe
PASADENA APARTMENTS - Fur-
nished efficiency available now. Also,
garage optional. Also taking appli-
cations for efficiency apartments
and one two-bedroom apartment for
Fall. One-year lease, no pets, no
children. Call 668-6890. 610611
NOW RENTING fall 1877
SANS SOUCI across from U-M sta-
dium) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Bus
to and from campus every half hour.
See manager at apartment K-1 or
call 994-3955. eCot
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished effleeiens, one and
two: bedroom apartments. See man-
ager at apartment .216 or call 665-
2289.
FURNISED 5 bedroom, bath and
a half house with yard, central cam-
pus location adjacent to Margaret
Bell Pool and CCRC. $740.00 per
month plus all utilities. Inquire 337
E. Huron, .Ann Arbor. eC614
2 & 4 MONTH
SPRING/SUMMER LEASES
* Heated Swimming pool
0 Weekly housekeeping
24 r. securty
S2minuts from Ding
* All apartments furnished
One bedrooms $174/month
0 Other types from $67.58
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
S. FOREST & SOUTH U.
761-2680
eCt
SUBLET -
EFFICIENCY, furnished, July-Au-
gust, must rent. Right on campus.
Rent negotiable. 665-6206 evenings.
52615
SUBLET, June 26-Aug. 25, fall op-
tion, one bedroom (large) apt., par-
tially furnished, air, Ann St. Call
663-0659. 47U611
FEMALE July-August sublet. Own
room in two bedroom furnished bi-
mi-level. Air-conditioning, 11.% baths,
laundry faclitis, parking. Foret/
ill area. Price negotiable. 66-8745,
evenings. 41U617
PRIVATE ROOMS. NORTH CAM-
PUS. C-opa. Nice Breees. Inepn-
alec. Relaxed, Meals Available. 662-
4414. Inter-Coop Council. 1311615
SUBLET - Double occupancy-July-
August. 4-woman apt. 726 S. State.
Air-cond., dishwasher, 1%, bath, 2
bedrooms. 995-4539. 17U611
JUNE - AUGUST - Single, sunny
room. Friendly, clean house; com-
plete kitchen, washer/dryer, porch,
garden, corner Geddes/ERm-across
from Arb. 668-6203 for Deb. 9311611
OWN ROOM for female in 2 bed-
room A/C apartment acrossfrom
Rakham. Call 662-415. 81615
SUNNY SINGLE in house. Friendly
people. Washer/dryer. $70/mo. July
1. 516 Walnut. 662-4257, 0U611
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE SEEKS apartment or house
for fall with other female grads or
upper - classwomen. 663-3336 days,
769-4471 evenings. 46L615
$10 REWAD. Information of fur-
nished 2 bedroom apartment near
campus (fal). Around $280. 662-35688
16L614
FOR SALE
BEAUTIFULLY STYLED engagement
and wedding rings. $375. 484-1876
persistently 4B614
AMAZING LAWN SALE-Sofa bed,
Seal TV, tape recorder, Fedders air
conditioner, kitchen utensils, cloth-
Ing, books, records, more . . . Sat.,'
9:00 a.m. on, 309 Wesley. 39B61
2-itAN TENT, Eureka Katahdin
Rain-fly; $55. 973-2944. 19611
BIKES, SCOOTERS
3 SPEED MEN'S BICYCLE. Schwiln
traveler, sharp bike, perfect trans-
portation, $4, Dan, 660-8811. 43Z611
1976 HONDA 55OF SS, low mileage.
Clean, reasonable. 429-2218. 381614

HELP WANTED
JANITOR--Experienced, part-tmer
1 day per week. Ideal for student.
$3.25 per hour. Must have own
transportation. 971-1700, 27611
WANTED-Relable person to work
1-2 days per week for small cleaning
service. $3 per hour. 769-3119. 31H611
YPSI-ARBOR GAMES needs bowling
instructors for Junior bowling pro-
gram. Call Zak at 434-1110. cH618
. PROGRAMMERS
E. J. Gainer and Associates, Inc., a
management consultng film, needs
programmers to work part or full
time on a variety of Interesting pro-
jects. Applicants must be familiar
with their COVOL or FORTRAN.
Knowledge of ALGOL or timeshar-
ing to a plus. For an Interview, call
663-3723 or 662-8940. 22H616
CO-ORDINATOR for Local Motion
alternative fundraising and educa-
tion cooperative fr human services.
Organzing skill and knowledge o
Ann Arbor required. Part-time. Ap-
plcatlons available at Packard Co-
op, 722 Packard; Wildflour Bakery,
288 N. Fourth Ave. Return by June
15 to Loal Motion, 543 Churh. 84-
0370. Work study position also avaIl-
able. 07H614
FULL AND PART-TIME. Fuller
Brush Co. now has a few established
routes open. Access to a ear helpful.
$8 per hour to start. For interview
phone 482-3540. 96611
THE MICHIGAN DAILY IS NO.W
HIRING SALES PEOPLE FOR THE
SUMMER TERM. No prevou sales
experence required, but a car la
virtually mandatory. Work Is done
on a cemmision basis. It interested.
call Debbie or Pete at 764-0560, or
stop by the Daily. dHta
MEET INTERESTING PEOPLE-
AND EARN MONEY DOING IT
If you enjoy meeting people, you'll
love being an Avon Representative.
And selling Avon's quality products
Ia a real earning opportunity, too.
Call Audrey SteIn to buy, Eo sell
Avon at 662-4401 anytime. eHte
MISCELLANEOUS
FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, Ital-
ian and British magazines and news-
papers are included In Ann Arbor's
finest collection of foreign periodi-
cals at A Periodical Retreat, 316 S.
State. 663-0215, CM611
PRIVATE PILOT ground school. 12
session course meets Tuesday and
Thursday nights 7-9:30. 1042 E.
Engine. Begins Tuesday, June 14,
$45 course fee, Inlude tet. Spn-
sored by U of M Flyers. 28M615
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
KIMBALL CONSOLE PIANO. 663-
3889. _ 15X615
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERT EDITING and proofread-
Ing. Ditngushed reerenecs.any,
662-9823. 48J61
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, man-
uscripts. Selectric II, B.A. English
literature, experienced professional
typist. Raekham Specifications. 665-
4524. WiJ618
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
cJc
T Y P I N G AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs, experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti 485-4800, cJtc
BARGAIN CORNER
AVON
SUMMER SALE
See ad in today's Personal column.
CW611
GIANT
FLEA MARKET
every weekend 214 E. Michigan,
downtown Ypsilanti, corner Park St.
Antiques, used furniture, collect-
ables, bargains, and junk. Indoors-
over 46,00 sq. ft. air conditioned.
Dealers welcome. 971-7676 or 487-
5890. 03W618
Daily

USED CARS
MUST SELL-MOVING SOON!
1975 MGB, $3900 or best'offer; 1969
(Postman's 2-wheel drive) JEEP,
$750 or best offer; 1966 MERCURY,
$158 or best offer. Two od wa -
ems, keep food warm duning trans-
port. Uses Sterno fuel, $90 each or
best offer. Call James, 482-4823, after
4 o'clock. 95B611
OPELMANTA '73-1 owner, excellent.
Automatic, AM-FM radio, new ra-
dials and exhaust, 45,000 miles. Best
offer. 994-0519. 97N611
TRANSPORTATION

PERSONAL
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. BIracial
adults and children over 16, lac
non-blacE, to be interviewed far ris-
searcho n biracial child self-ocre
Cali 941-3912 after 7 p.m. 38Rj
IS ANYONE ELSE INTEREST',)E
d lng a group reading of Joyce,
"Ulysses" in a marathon sesg6on
Rereaders welcome. Please eanl
Barry, 995-038 5311
THE DISTINCTION of being Sbuth
Us only drugstore belongs to th
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Unie,
Ave. Cft

fountain
Hudson'
timental
1-831-014
LO
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6 month
Division
LOST-I
or near:
sentimer
call V.J
1-224-28
LC
LOST-V
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pen on campus or near Page 9)
s at Briarwood. Great sen-
value. Reward. Call collect, ANSWER T O Ey
19 or 1-224-2868, 23A615 asJFM
ST AND FOUND ANAL S
dIXED SHEPHERD between 0
s and one year found near EN E $ E
/Liberty"area. 665-2186. dA615 STRA I N MIiRStY
Parker silver fountain pen inRATS PSTA
Hudsons at Briarwood. Great
al value.Reward. Please AEI $1 T yE
Jacksoncollect,1-831 0149ao l4ASC RENC Ny
68 23A615 PLA $1 I t
)ST AND FOUND Rlts ALM4S
___________ S L N P $11
Women's Omega wristwatehUNRI0LING ONC
an nd.Bet ween ISRand 010EVENS NENI
Reward. Call Louise, 662-2607. EN N
45A618
.CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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ACROSS
1 Timber wolf
5 Raillery
10 One of Menotti's
names
14 Muscat's land
15 Free
16 At any time
17 Tend: Phrase
. 19 This: Sp.
20 Relative of "der"
or "les"
21 Proxy
22 Tremulous
23 Harmless insects
25 Island west
of Maui
27 At alI
28 Doctor in Hugh
Lofting's stories
31 Cougar
34 Walks: Slang
35 German article
36 Rigorous
38 Small amts.
39 Good investment
41 Seoul's country:
Abbr.
42 Tally
44 Nautical areas
45 Encroach
47 See 65 Across
49 Tete--
50 Sister of Apollo

@ 14rLOSANGELESTIES
54 -all outdoors
56 Lexicographer of
note
58 Here, in Spain
59 Break -
(intrude)
60 Praise: Phrase
62 "The Wizard-"
63 Setting
64 Appeared
65 Furniture item
66 Type of car
67 Noun endings
DOWN
1 Singer
Lehmann
2 City on the
Missouri
3 Cook of a sort
4 Person
5 Rugged, as
terrain
6 Charters
7 Arabian Sea
t gulf
8 Untrammeled
9 Musical direction:
Abbr.
10 Undertakes
11 Notwithstanding:
Phrase
12 Ent'-
13 Gaseous element

18 The second man
22 Aromatic herb
24 1942 service
gp.
26 Fred's cousin
28 Nods
29 Fluff
30 Book -
31 Sprightly
32 Caesar's wife
33 Pulla boner:
Phrase
34 Sports event
37 Records
40 Commanded
43 Rod
46 Quatrain
47 City on the
Weser
48 Famous last
words
50 U.S. rocket
51 Taj-
52 "-to bury
Caesar..."
53 Vaults
54 Resumes of lives,
for short
55 The facts: Slang
57 Approved
60 Literary papers:
Abbr.
61 Govt. outfit of
the 1930 s

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