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Saturday, July 23, 1977

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FOR RENT r
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent At
715 Hill Street, featuring Kosher
resturant, game rnos and Judac
library. Only 2 minutes frm cam-
pus. Call 995-3276. cCtc
FURNISHED 5 bedroom house, 1-
lab bath, yard, central campus loca-
tion adjacent to Margaret Bell Pool
& CCRB, $740.00 plus all uttlitie,
fall occupancy. Inquire at 337 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor. cCtc
UNFURNISHEL TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fall
option, heat and water included In
rent. West Park location. 662-7787.
eCte
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-.
See manager at apartment K-1 or
call 994-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of Willam and Thomp-
son). Furnished efficiences, one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
289. ccte
HARRY'S
'ARMY
SURPLUS_
Mt. Shasta and Skier
SLEEPING BAGS
2/2 lb. Fiberfill I
with Stuff Sack
REG. $32.98
SALE $27.98
WINCHESTER
CAMPING GAZ
and AFC Stoves
and Lanterns
20% off
SEAWAY
PACKMASTER
Backpack with frame
REG. $42.98
SALE $36.98
2-Man Ripstop Nylon
BACKPACKING
TENT
with 12-inch Side Wall
complete with poles,
stakes and line
REG. $38.98
SALE $32.98
Full lines of
OSHKOSH
BIB OVERALLS,
PAINTER PANTS,
and JEANS
LEVI PREFADED
JEANS, JACKETS,
-end HATS
Big Smith and Lee
JEANS & JACKETS
201 E. WASHINGTON
at Fourth & Washington
994-3572
Open Friday until 8:30 p.m.
for your convenience
4111

FOR RENT
HOUSE FOR SALE near campus. Call
Ferguson Realty, 665-4567. 43C728
TWO ROOMS with kitchen privi-
egeV I tclosetocampus.aNta
pit. 79-7274, 31727
TWO BEDROOM basement apt. 482-
7329., 483-3795. 21C726
ROOMMATES -
SINGLE AVAILABLE for September
in modern, 3-bedroom apartment
(a/c, dishwasher, laundry, parking).
668-7834 evenings. 41Y730
MALE GRAD-Share apt., own room,
15 min. walk to campus, $130/mo.,
flexible lease. Call Alan 6-8 p.m.,
665-3837; 8-11 p.m. 763-4527. 27T726
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE DESPERATELY NEEDS a
(cheap?) one bedroom apartment or
efficiency to rent September through
December. Call 662-7299 after 4:30.
42L727
PROFESSIONAL MALE willng 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 S. 5th,
Springfield, IL, 62703. 16L723
LOST AND FOUND
LOST a black wallet with Egyptian
passport, checks, and other impor-
tant papers. Reward gueranteed. Call
Dr. M. Raafat El-Gewely at tel. 764-
1455. 39A727
BELOVED CAT, aswera to "Tabi-
tha, Persian, blue-ceme colr,
wearing white flea collar. Lost vi-
cinity Law Library/Oakland Ave.
REWARD OFFERED. Call 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; eaes.
769-058. dA726
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student; excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-
2388 after 5 p.m. . dJ
TYPING - dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-
ish Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rackham specfiea-
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, Bididng
Editing, Drafting, Letterng
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
FOR SALE -
MOVING SALE-Large accumulation.
Furniture, household goodas, an-
tiques, many many odds and ends.
Sat. and Sun. 10-6. 119 N. Thayer
between Huron and Ann off State.
45B723
MOVING SALE
Sat-Tues. 9-9
Car, Desks, bookshelf,
tble, chairs, "furniture."'
1243 King George
40B723
MAGNAVOX STEREO, $175 or best
offer. 434-3280. Good condition.
38B726
FOR SALE-Marvel and DC comics
1971-77, Early National Lampoons.
665-7127. 25B727
SOLEX-MOPED. Like new, $225. Call
663-3018., - 29B727
NEW 12' x 36', furnished beautifuly,
close in, ideal for student, city wa-
ter and sewer. 971-3111 or 1-782-4164.
Sunny Side Park dealer. 35B730
MOVING - Couch, bed, vanity,-
tables, etc. 971-5109. 19B723
TRIUMP., '69 650, $500. 761-074,
HELP WANTED
COMPANION NEEDED for elderly
woman in Village Green North Apts..
M-F, 12-4 p.m., 6-10 hrs/wk., ays'
and times flexible. 769-7100, ext. 266,
M-F 9 a.m.-4 p.m-. 123723
AVAILABLE IIMAEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For
details call Center For Independent
Living, 9-5:30, 971-0277. 07H72

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GIBSON EXPLORER, lke new, $425.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400, cX805
HARPSICHORDS
By builder. 662-2902 days. 15X723
HARMONY 12 strng guitar, ciose
out model, $79. Apollo Music Center,
323 S. Main Street, Ann Arbor,
eX72
1955 GIBSON Ls Paul. 761-9431.
cX805
WANTED TO BUY
FAN, FAN, FAN I need a fan. Call
Quick. Alan, 662-2829. dK723
USED CARS
SUNBEAM ALPINE-2 seat conver-
tible, good condition. 660-4567.
44N728
'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, $100. Sept. I to Jan. 1.
Jo Hall, 1-689-7700, 1-354-2360. 36T723
TRAVEL
WANTED-RIDERS to Albancy, N.Y.
July 25th. 665-6707 after 5 p.m.
32P726
NO F R I L L S STUDENT/TEACHER
charter flights. Essrop, Israel, Asia.
Global Travel, 521 Fifth Avenue,
N.Y., N.Y. 10017, 212-379-2532. 89P727
PERSONAL
REDUCED RATE TODAY! 11 a.m.-
6 p.m. Bowling at the Union, 50c/
game. c723
NEW-%zc off lcopies left over-
night (books too)! IMPRESS, 524 E.
William, 665-4321. eFtc
THE DISTINCTION of being South
Ua only drugstore belongs to the
Viage Apothecary, 1112 S. Unv.
Ave. eFt
PETE.
No, I really don't think you should
take that trip out east this week-
end. I know you don't beleve in
Angela's ESP but I lust don't think
you should take any chanes. -
CYNTHIA d723
SUNDAYS FOR BILLIARDS. Special
rates I p.m,-6 p.m. at the Union.
eF723
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem ab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and'
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,'
1209 S. University, 663-7151. eFtc'
J.B.-Last night (Thurs.) I skipped
a Sailing Club meeting for the first
time that I've been in town since
I joined. My roommate (one of
them) was astonished to find me
home., it was really rather funny as
they know my schedule so well by
now. I jos thought I'd surprise
them I guesal-dise. dF723
DRIVE MY CAR to Los Angeles.
Wll pay gas. Call 434-3280. 33F726
COPY MACHINES
reduce copy costs
rent, lease, purchase
SAXON plain paper copiers
769-777
cF817
CONSCIENCIOUS NON - SMOKING
woman student will housesit begin-
ning Aug. 15. Plats, pets, cian, Ex-
cellent references. Karen, 1-878-9648
collect. 26F723
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Roots Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
nngham, piano; Ted Harley, bass;
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sx. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 pm.
1:30 a.m. In the club cocktail lounge
in the Michigan Union Union build-
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cFtc
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cookind.. 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. CFt
PINBALL at the Union, 20 machines.
UNION LANES, open 7 days. cF23
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests avalable. eFt

PERSONAL
PHOBIA OF IRRATIONAL FEAR
Free treatment may be available by
new and effective methods In ex-
change farcooperation In rsearch
on how and why it works. Dial 313-
764-5348 or write Phobia Project,
Department of Psychiatry, Univer-
sity Med. Center, Ann Arbor, MI
48109. 03F723
HOW TO ADD new excitement to
your life and give your social life
that boost you've been waiting for.
University Singles Club - "Serving
University Communities Nationwide"
-is now-here. Social events, parties,
dances and more!!! For free details
write PO Box 12669-M, Gainesville,
Florida 32604. 8F723
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0550
cFtc

PERSONAL
RESE9ABON PROJECT
Needed fr U of HM Study of Per.
sonality Development Durng Eary
Adulthood: Men, ages39-29 th
B.A. or beyond. $111foe 21% 7hours
time. Call 769-4638 aftes8I Ooels
week: any time weekends. 14771
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
eFte
ONE GAME FREE bowling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball. pool
and saloon too! 2985 Washtenaw, 1
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
1977@o SANGELESTIMES
ACROSS 42 Point on which one 10 Patchworks
1 Northwest Coast is sensitive 11 Olympus dweller
Indian pole 44 Ancient Hindu 12 "The King and I"
6 Je ne - gtol funeral rite role
10 Lake of N cen. 45 Course 13 Man of action
Africa 46 Legumes 18 The--of the
14 Animal related to 47 Stringed instru- Roses
the giraffe meats 23 Stir
15 Time- half 50 Parched 24 Excellent: Slang
16 Nevada city 51 Vestment 25 Dances
17 Certain kind of 54 Water, in Tia 26 Muttonfish
married woman Juana 27 Of the heavens:
19 English composer 55 Avert disaster- Prefix
of songs Phrase 28 Composer Franck
20 E; Indian timber 58 At present: Lat. 29 Smallest
tree 59 Auspices 30 Right: Law
21 Abounding in cer- 60 Equally 31 Not a bit-
tain grasses 61 Receptionist's post 32 Civet
22 Market place 62 Pieces of turf 34 Got up
24 Blunt 63 Geometric 37 Blind alleys
25 Vallee functions 41 Statues seen in
26 Money in India
Ecuador DOWN 43 Name for the Sault
29-Last opera by 1 Outfits: Colloq. Ste. Marie canals
Rimski-Korsakov: 2 Vegetable for 44 And - goes
Phrase soups and stews 40 Reporters et al.
33 Zones 3 Afrikaans 47 PartofC.B.
34 Resort to 4 Sports periods; 48 Ailment
35 City in Turkey Abbr. - 49 Poor Clares
36 Gender: Abbr. 5 Makes an error 50 Eager
37 Printers' abbr. 6 Fictional adven- 51 Tennis score
38 Certain notes turer (with "The") 52 Louise, for one
39 Biblical giant 7 - Capp 53 Cricket runs
40 Plant 8 Wordsof assent 56 Past
41 Heaven 9 Tenners 57 Man's name
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