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Page Eight

(HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pridy, July 22; 197?

HY'RE ALL IN

FOR RENT FOR RENT
TWO ROOMS with kitchen pttvi- UNFURNISHEGI TWO BEDROOM -
leget. Very clome to campus. Not a Imimediate occupancy and/or fall
pit. 769-7274. 31C727 option. heat and water included in
- _ ____ - - - rent. West Park location. 62-7787.
TWO BEDROOM basement apt. 482- CCtC
7329, 483-3795. 21C726

NOW RENTING Fall 1977-
BANS SOUCI (across from U-M
Stadium FURNISHED one and Bwo
hedroom, parking aaille.Bose
to and from campus every half hour.,
See manager at apartment K-I or
call 994-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished efficiences. one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
aer at apartment 216 or call 665-
2289. eCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at:
715 Hill Street, featuring Kosher
restaurant, game room and Judaic
ibrary. Only 2 minutes from cam-
pus. Call 995-3276. cct
FURNISHED 5 bedroom house, I-
1% bath, yard, central campus loa-
tion adjacent to Margaret Bell Poo
& CCRB. $740.00 plus al utitiities,
fall occupancy. Inquire at 337 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor c ca
HARRY'S
ARMY
SURPLUS
Mt. Shasta and Skier
SLEEPING BAGS
21/2 lb. Fiberfill 11
with Stuff Sack
REG. $32.98
SALE $27.98
WINCHESTER
CAMPING GAZ
and AFC Stoves
and Lanterns
20% off
SEAWAY
PACKMASTERl
Backpack with frame
REG. $42.98
SALE $36.98
2-Man Ripstop Nylon
BACKPACKING
TENT
with 12-inch Side Wall
complete with pales,
stakes and line
REG. $38.98
SALE $32.98
Full lines of
OSHKOSH
BIB OVERALLS,
PAINTER PANTS,
and JEANS
LEVI PREFADED
JEANS, JACKETS,
and HATS
Big Smith and Lee
JEANS & JACKETS
201 E. WASHINGTON
at Fourth & Washington
994-3572
Open Fridoy until 8:30 p.m.
for our convenience

ROOMMATES
MALE GRAD-Share apt., own room,
15 min. walk to campus, $130/mo,
flesihle lease. Call Alan 6-8 p.m.,
665-337 8-ti p.m. 73-427. 2772
WANTED TO RENT
PROFESSIONAL MALE willing to
share furnished apt. near campus for
Fal. Rich, 662-7752. 13L723
WILL SUBLET NOW for Sept. lease
on single room in house; male, 25,
non-smoker. Harry Clark, 932 S. 5th,
Springfield, IL, 62703. 161,723
LOST AND FOUND
BELOVED CAT, answers to "Tai-
tha," Persian, blue-creme color,
wearing white flea coilar. Lost vi-
cinity Law Library/Oakland Ave.
REWARD OFFERED. Coal Ms. Myers,
769-0497 after 6 or 459-8809 between
8-4:30. 34A730
FOUND-Male puppy, black w/white
chest. About 9 weeks old, near Sum-
mit and Main. Days 769-5771; eves.
769-0568. dA726
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSECLEANING - Dne by U-H
iraduat student ecellent worker.
References ifrequested. Call 995-
2308 after 1 p.m. dJ
TYPING-75c page. Call Candy, 663-'
3834 (N. Campus. 7J722
TYPING - dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-
ilsh Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rackham apecifica-
tions. Rates negotiabie. 665-4524.
HANDSOME HARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hr. service avail-
able. 722 Brooks, NR Miller and 7th,
995-400. -0817
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Draftng, Lettering
8i2 South State Street.-
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
FOR SALE
MAGNAVOX STEREO, $175 or best
offer. 434-3280. Good condition.
38B72
FOR SALE-Marvel and DC comics
1971-77, Early National Lampoons.
65-7127. 25B727
SOLEX-MOPED. Like new, $225. Cali
663-3018, 29727
NEW 12' x 36', furnished beautifully,
close in, ideal for student, city wa-
ter and sewer. 9F1-311 or 1-782-4184.
Sunny Side Park dealer. 35B730
MOVING - Couch, bed, vanity,
tahle, t. 97-509. 18723
TRIUMP, '69 650, $500. 761-0749.
23727
if
you
see
news
happen
Call

TRAVEL
WANTED-RIDERS to Albancy. N.Y.
July 25th. 665-6707 after 5 p.m.
32P726
NO FR 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.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HARPSICHORDS
By builder. 662-2902 days. 15X723
WANTED TO BUY
FAN, FAN, FAN I need a fan. Cl
Quick. Alan, 662-229. d723
USED CARS
'72 PINTO-Outstanding condition,
no rust. Driven only by timid fe-
male in deep South. 663-7199. 22N728
PETS AND SUPPLIES
DOG SITTER NEEDED - Large,
gentle dog, $10. Sept, I to Jn. 1.
Jo Rail, 1-89-7700, 1-34-2360. 36723
HELP WANTED
EARN $2.50/RH. for Psych. experi-
ment. Must have 20-20 uncorrected
vision and be right handed. 764-4209
from 9-4. 35H727
COMPANION NEEDED for elderly
woman in Village Green North Apts
H-F, 12-4 p.m., 6-10 hrs./wk., dsy
and times flexible. 769-7100, ext. 266,
M-F 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12H723
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For
details call Center For Independent
Living, 9-5:30, 971-0277. 0711728
PERSONAL
DRIVE MY CAR to Los Angeies
Will pay gas. Cal1 434-3280. 33F726
COPY MACHINES
reduce copy costs
rent, lease, purchase
SAXON plain paper copiers
769-0777
cF817
CYNTHIA,
I've been getting some really bad
vlbes about Pete. I think he should
take it easy for a few days, espe-
cially over the weekend. If this heat
keeps up I think I'm going to invest
my $30,000 in air-conditioning tok.
ANGELA dFl22
WHAT'S NEW IN FACE and eye
make-up? At the Vilage Apothecary
we wil enjoy taking the time to
show you. Viiag Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ae, F513
J.B.-You had better watch out and
get back to A2 fast because some-
one is taking over your job! (ME) I
just wrote the copy for the Fresh-
man Supplement ad. It couldn't wait
and Steve said, "Well do it." So I
did, At least you know who to
hiame, right? Your jo stoa
tough e carefui not lb let tan
many other people find that out
Happy dining-Me. dF722
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's goad for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University. 663-7151
cFtc
CONSCIENCIOUS NON - SMOKING
woman student will husesit begin-
ning Aug. 15. Plants, pets, clean. E-
celent references. Karen, 1-878-9648
collect. 26F723
STARDATE 770.2:GLC
Well, first day with Lee went rela-
tively well. What you don't know is
that I have been "suspended" at
Rot. GOODY!!!! I really wanted time
off and couldn't figure out how to
get it. Now I know!! HAHAHA!!I!
Bags are prepared for first 54 drops
for this evening. Will talk to you
soon, c.urchin dF722
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Roots Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ningham," piano; Ted Harley, bassa
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sax. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 am. in the club cocktail lounge
in the Michigan Union Union build-
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cle
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day. great
soups anda egg rols. 3 egg omelets

PERSONAL
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 21,2 hours
time. Call 769-4638 after 8 during
week; any time weekends. 14F726
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help. 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. oFtc
HOW TO ADD new excitement to
your life and give your sociall ife
that boost you've been waiting for.
University Singles Club - "Serving
University Communities Nationwide"
-is now here. Social events, parties,
dances and mare!!! For free details
write PO Box 12669-M, Gainesville,
Florida 32604. 08F723
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
I N TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
cFtc
PERSONAL

PERSONAL
PHOBIA OF IRRATIONAL FEAR
Free treatment may be available to
new and effective methods in ex.
change for cooperation in research
on how and why it works. Dial 313-
764-5348 or write Phobia Project,
Department of Psychiatry, Univer.
sityMed. Center, Ann Arbor, MI
48189.03F723
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFto
ONE GAME FREE bowling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinhall, pool
and saloon too! 2985 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of U.S. 23, cFtc
NEW-%c off all copits left over-
night (books too)! IMPRESS, 524 E
William. 665-4321. cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUs PSmr

0,1jr irifg1tDil
CROSSWORD PUZZLE

ACROSS
" 1 French numeral
5 Famous couturie
9 Cleaned and pre-
pared, as laundry
11 Substitute for
13 Maiden
14 Tidy
16 French numeral
17 Chooses
19 Noun ending
20 Type of harrow
22 Walk, pace, etc.
23 Soho bloke
24 Establish
26 6th cent. date:
Rom.
27 Adjusts exactly
28 River in France
30 Searches out
32 Deteriorated:
Phrase
34 Italiannumeral
36 Grab
39 Woman's hold-all
40 Cooperstown nam
42 Genus of grass
44 Records
45 Exude moisture

O I ? LosANGEM TIMES
47 Barbecue adjunct
48 Shoshonean
r 49 Worked in a store
51 Dernier -
52 Four-star man
54 Made do
56 Junks ;
57 Marriesagain ;
58 Sweet potatoes in
Dixie1
59 Connecticut town
DOWN
1-tercet
2 Mythical princess
3 Suffix with glad or
kind a
4 Fictionalcaptaina
5 Conclusion
6 Feel- better
7 Bank employee: 4
Abbr. 4
8 Lie concealed
9 Old Testament 4
book 5
ne 10 Supplicate 5
11 Decade, subject
for historians 5
12 Gives courage to

13 Wearables
15 Certain grasses
18 Tall one
21 Breastplate
23 Black ink items
25 Talk, in a way
27 Popular poem
29 Adjective ending
31 In medias-
33 Garden tools
34 Cites verbatim
35 Insistence
37 Address must
38 Ancient kingdom
of Greece.
39 Electrical device
41 Collector
43 Jump- (ac-
cept something
eagerly)
45 Strikes
16 "Mene, mene
49 Overfil
50 Like the morn
'3 Controversial
amendment: Abbr.
5 Party member:
"Abbr.

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