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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 20. 1977

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FOR RENT
TWO BEDROOM basement apt. 482-
7329, 483-3795. 210726
FEMINISTS WANTED for Fall cam-
pus house. 769-2594 dinner or late
eve. 10C721
AVAILABLE FALL, own room. Fe-
male grad., professional. Modern
apartment, $145. Sherry, 662-8740,
663-2838. 870720
NOW RENTING Fall 1977
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M
Stadium) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Buses
to and from campus every half hour.
Bee manager at apartment K-1 or
call 994-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished efficlences. one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
2289. eCte
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at
715 Hill Street, featuring kosher
restaurant, game room and Judaic
llbrary. Only 2 minutes from cam-
pus. Call 995-3276. Cc
TWO ROOMS with kitchen prIvi-
leges. Very close to campus. Not a
pit. 769-7274. 81C720
FURNISHED 5 bedroom house, 1-
1% bath, yard, central campus loca-
tion adjacent to Margaret Bell Pool
& CCRB. $740.00 plus all utitlities,
fall occupancy. Inquire at 337 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor. eCte
UNFURNISHED TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fall
option, heat and water included In
rent. West Park location. 662-7787.
eCte
ROOMMATES
FEMALE DRAD HOUSFEMATE want-
ed. Own room in small cooperative
house. $70/mo. includes heat. 769-
3184. Howie or Rick. 24Y720
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSIONAL MALE wiling to
share furnished apt. near campus for
Fall. Rich, 662-7752. 13L723
WILL SUBLET NOW for Sept. lease
on single room In house; male 25,
non-smoker. Harry Clark, 932 9. 5th,
Springfield, IL, 62703. 16L723
NEED ROOM with board or kitchen
privileges for male medical student
August and September only. Call
665-5223. 05L121
FTd lhat You're
Looking for in
The Classifids

BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student; excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-
2388 after 5 p.m. dJ
TYPING-75c page. Call Candy, 663-
3834 (N. Campus). 73J722
TYPING -- dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-
lish Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rackham specifica-
tions. Rates negotiable. 665-4524.
HANDSOME HARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hr. service avail-
able. 722 Brooks, NR Miller and 7th,
995-4000. eJ817
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - Kitten-tri-color (blick,
grey, white) w/flea collar around
Church and S. University area.
Thursday night. Call 663-5647. dA720
TRAVEL
NO F R I L L S STUDENT/TEACHER
charter flights. Europe, Israel, Asia.
Global Travel, 521 Fifth Avenue,
N.Y., N.Y. 10017, 212-379-2532. 89P727
MUSICAL MDSE., -
HARPSICHORDS
By builder. 662-2902 days. 15X723
FOR SALE
MOVING - Couch, bed, vanity,
tables, etc. 971-5109. 19B723
TRIUMPl,1 '69 650, $500. 761-0749.
23B727
NEW 12' s 36', furnished beautifully,
close In, Ideal for student, city wa-
ter and sewer. 971-3111 or 1-782-4164.
Sunny Side Park dealer. 35B730
WANTED TO BUY
FAN, FAN, FAN I need a fan. Call
Quick. Alain, 662-2829. . dK720
USED CARS
'72 PINTO--Outstanding condition,
no rust. Driven only by timid fe-
male in deep South. 663-7199. 22N728
"70 FORD VAN, windows all around,
white, good condition, 85,000 miles.
$1,000 or best offer. Call 995-4211.
97720
PETS AND SUPPLIES'
DOG SITTER NEEDED - Large,
gentle dog, $100. Sept. I to Jan. 1.
Jo Hall, 1-689-7700, 1-354-2360. 18T722
HELP WANTED
WANTED - Short order cook and
dishwasher. Apply before noon. Seva
Restaurant, 314 E. Liberty. 20H721
COMPANION NEEDED for elderly
woman in Village Green North Apts.
M-F, 12-4 p.m., 6-10 hrs./wk., days
and times flexible. 769-7100, ext. 266,
M-F 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12H723
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

HELP WANTED
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For
details call Center For Independent
Living, 9-5:30, 971-0277. 07H728
WAITING HELP NEEDED at the
University Club. See Peter Dilorenzi
between 2 and 3, Mon-Fri. cH720
PERSONAL
"PORNOGRAPHY - Pro and Con -
For healthy human sexuality!" Dial
"ENERGY LINE," 663-5366 -Round
the clack (Craig/Ruth). 17F721
STYLING and regular hair cuts.
7M Stylists at the Union, open
8:30 %.m.-5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. rF721
R.N.J
Good luck in yor new house!
S.R.. dF720
WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on
contact lens preparations. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFte
CYNTHIA,
I can't believe it)!! Richard saved
my life! I was attacked by two men
after I took my money out of the
bank. I thought they were going to
kill me until Richard came along
and seared them off. I don't know
how to thank him-but I guess I'll
wait till he gets out of the hospital.
Money's safe and sound!l
ANGELA dF720
J.B.-You missed a super thunder
and lightning storm last night. (And
you know how I feel about them!).
It was so heavy that when I came
into work this morning I saw that
a part of the ceiing over my type-
writer had fallen on it. It looked
like a blue bluebird had passed over
and left gifts from heaven. Such
excitement. Tomorrow starts the
A2 Art Fair inundation. Oy vey.-Me.
annual A2 Art Fair inundation. Oy
vey.-Me. dF720
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
eFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
tooking. Breakfast all day, great
soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetables and fresh
bean sprouts served all day, Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
Carefully developed PROGRAM for
the common MALE problem (Lack
of Sexual self-CONTROL). We have
HELP for volunteers through IN-
FORMATION and PROCEDURES de-
veioped by UnIversity of Michigan
Research. 98% SUCCESSFUL. For
further information cail (313) 624-
9141. 50F720

PERSONAL
WE'RE NUMBER ONE in diamond
saes in Ann Arbor. Find out why,
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. cFtc
ATTRACTIVE LADY would like to
marry a gentle gifted man ages 27-
35. Call Donna at 668-9634 Wednes,
day, Thursday or Friday between 12
and 12:30 p.m. only. 04F721
PINBALL at the Union, 20 machines.
UNION LANES, open 7 days. cF723
RESEARCH PROJECT
Needed for U of M Study of Per-
sonality Development During Early
Adulthood: Men, ages 28-29 with
B.A. or beyond. $10 for 2;z hours
time. Call 769-4638 after 8 during
week; any time weekends. 14F726
WEDNESDAY FOR BILLIARDS and
Bowling. REDUCED RATES 11 a.m.-
6 p.m. at the Union. eP720
PHOBIA OF IRRATIONAL FEAR
Free treatment may be available by
new and effective methods in ex-
change for cooperation in research
on how and why it worMs. Dial 313-
764-5348 or write Phobia Project,
Department of Psychiatry, Univer-
sity Med. Center, Ann Arbor, MI
48109. 03F723
RICHARD NORMAN,
Jo Ann says you're getting PAT!
S.R.S. dF720
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc

PERSONAL
ONE GAME FREE bowling with Ibis
ad at Ypst-Arbor Lanes. ntball, ot
and saloon too! 2985 Washtenaw
mile east of U.S. 23, h ep t
NEW--%C off all cypits left over-
night (hooks too)! IMPRESS, 524 E
William. 665-4321. cFtI
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help. 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. eFte
HOW TO ADD new excitement to
your life and give your sociallfe
that boost you've been waiting Ice.
University Singles Club - "Serving
University Communities Nationwide"
-is now here. Social events, partim
dances and.more!!! For free details
write PO Box 12669-M, Gainesville,
Florida 32604. 08F723
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6 Adriatic wind 59 Actress Ullmann Spanish river
10 That--say 60 Recoiling 29 Norse goddess
14 One of the Flynns 62 Shade of green 30 Pronoun
15 Saroyan hero 64 Carnation 31 Voters: Abbr.
16 Stimulus 65 Dies 32 Okla's neighbor
17 Working 66 Declarer, in bridge 33 Aqua-
18 Doing calisthenics 67 Wheels with teeth 34 Turning to pro-
(with "up"I 68 Buddies fitable account
20 Party elected 69 Linen closet, old 37 Old verb ending
21 Tall Asiatic tree style 38 Biblical book:
23 Galsworthy Abbr.
character DOWN 40 - Palillo of
24 Child: Colloq. 1 Genuine: Slang "Kotter" fame
26 Biddy 2 Feature of some 41 Direction
27 Days, in Madrid writing 44 Perpetual
28 Race with time: - 3 Keen 47 Sends (mail) fre
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33 Feast of Lots 5 Water plant 48 Relative of a
35 Kind of shooter 6 Popular entertain- "bois"
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37 Muse of music 7 Adjusts to a 53 Equally
39 Bond and others situation 54 The Red or the
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43 Suffix with idol or 9 Versatile, 55 Louisiana island
lion ins way 56 Sister of 37 Acros
45 Zoo sounds 10 'Life-..," 58 Residence
46 Servings of a kind 11 Revolves 60 Govt. power agcy.
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