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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 28, 1977

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IfmY'R-E ALL IN

FOR RENT
FALL RENTALS
One bdmt. apartment in house in
great campus location. Newly car-
peted, furnished.
Two bdrm. 3-4 pern apartment in
modern building. Parking, laundry,
a/c.
CAMPUS RENTALS
LIMITED
1335 S. UNIVERSITY
665-8825
50C804
FURNISHED ROOMS o rent at
715 Hill Street featuring Kosher
restaurant. game room and Judaic
ibary Ony 2 tinutetfrtm cut-
pus. Call 995-3276. Cte
FURNISHED 5 bedroom house, I-
1% bath, yard, centra campus loca-
tion adjacent to Margaret Bell Pool
& CCRB. $740.00 pl all utitltles,
fall 'ceupancy. Inquire at 337 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor cCtc
UNFURNISHEL TWO BEDROOM -
Immelate occupancy and/or fall
option. heat and water included in
rent. Wes' Park location. 662-7787.
cte
NOW RENTING Fall 1977
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M
Stadium) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Buses
to and fron catpus every half hour.
See te-ger at apartment K-1 or
cll 99-95.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William ad Thomp-
sont Furnished eficiences, one and
two bedroom apartments See man-
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
2289. ct
HOUSE FOr SALE near campus. Call
Fegusn Realty, 65-4567. 430728
ROOMMATES
SINGLE AVAILABLE for September
in modern, 3-bedroon apartment
(ac. dishwasher, laundry, parking).
668-714 evenings. 41Y73
II something's going
wrong, it'll tell you.
I. Change in bowel or
bladder habits.
2. A sore that does not
heal.
3. Unusual bleeding or
discharge. '
4. Thickening or lump in
breast or elsewhere.
5. Indigestion or difficulty"
In swallowing.
6. Obvious change in wart
or mole.
7. Nagging cough or
hoarseness.
I you have a warning sg.
nalsee your doctor. itlls
a false alarm, he'lltell
u.I Irisn't.you can give
him time tohelp. Don'.be
afraid. It's what you don't
know that can hurt you.
rQli xcan.

WANTED TO RENT
WANTED-1 Bedroom Apt./Efficien-
cy to sublet starting fall. 769-2848
after 10 p. 59L730
HOUSE on West Side, 3-bedrooms
by three professlonals, starting end
of August. Call Cher at 665-2390 (9-4,
Tuesday thru Saturday, dL036
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM modern
apartment near campus beginning
Fall or Winter. Call Mark persistent-
ly at 769-3654 after 5:00. 37L729
PROFESSIONAL MALE willing to
share furnished ant. near campus for
FaIl. Rich, 662-7752. 13L730
REAL ESTATE
CHAPEL HILL CNDOMINIUM -2
b~erooms, 1!Z balhs, with appli-
ances. central air, full basement.
Pool and clubhouse facilities. Con-
venient to North Campus, express-
ways, shopping. $34,000. 769-9017.
62R802
LOST AND FOUND
BELOVED CAT, answers to "Tbi-
tha." Persian, blue-creme color,
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student: excellent worker.
Reerences I rrequested. Call 995-
23811 ater 5 p.m. a dJ
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 day'week 994-3594
TYPWNG - dissertations, theses,
manuscripta. Seleclel II. B.A Eng-
lish LiteratureeepeieInced prfe-
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. cJ817
FOR SALE
BLACK WALNUT WOOD, varying
sizes for wood working projects.
Stump also available. Call after 4
p.m., 484-0746. 63B730
FOR SALE-TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
SR-16 II Calculator w/adaptor. Still
under warranty. $24.00. 995-9309.
61B730
AUTHENIC PERSIAN HANDI-
CRAFTS (yard sale) 1700 Murfin,
No 15. N CrtCatpus. 662-099. Sat-
urday and Sunday, Jly 3 and 31t,
10 a.m.-7 p.m. 55B72
BIKE FOR SALE-Needs repairs. $20.
7 -1-8748. 54B802
MOVING SALE - '55 Chevy, couch,
coffe table, antique butter churn,
Sclswnn Varity 10 peed, 2 Inch
frame. 994-4309. 52B729
FOR SALE-Martin Tenor Sax, good
cond. Nick, 663-7618. 49B728
PIONEER SA 90100, 60 watts RMS/
Channel. Excellent condition, 2%
Years old. $225 or best offer. 426-2401.
46B730
NEW 12'x 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
WILL BUY one Senior football cou-
pon. Range $50. 608-7420. 64K730
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
GIRL'S BLUE 21", 5-speed BIKE,
good condition, good tires, nearly
new lock and cable included, $80.
Write to Michigan Daily Bok 15.
58804
DELIVERY PERSON - MAIL AND
DOCUMENTS-Valid driving license,
good record, ability drive standard
shift company car, half-time. 1-5
p.m. daily. Good pay and conditions.
Start soon as possible. 662-5575 1-5
p.m. M-F. c M30

HELP WANTED j
PHYSCS-Advanced physics major
needed to do study problem sets
from beginning physics text. Call
662-9412 mornings. 571728
EARN $2.50/HR. for Psych. experi-
ment. Must have 20-20 uncorrected
vision and be right handed. 764-4209
from 9-4. 561729
WORK STUDY part-time. Start im-
mediately, maximum pay. Biology.
Fall posslble. Call Lyn, 994-0917.
51H729
SENIOR TYPIST seek excellent typ-
ing and language skills, accuracy,
neatness, intelligence, filing. Iele-
phone , aperienc, ogsnieatonal
skill. Excellent salary. Fringe bene-
fits. Start soon as possible. Call 62-
5575 1-5 p.m. H-F. e1730
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For
details call Center For Independent
Living, 9-5:30, 971-0277. 071H728
JUNIOR TYPIST /CLERICAL /RE-
CEPTIONISTS. Seek pleasant per-
sonality, good typing skills, high de-
gree accuracy, neatness, telephone
answering, filing, mailings. Start
sonasttpsible. Good salary. Fringe
beneits. Cll 662-5575 1-p.m.M-F
cH730
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GIBSON EXPLORER, like new, $425.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. eX805
HARMONY 12 string guitar, close
out atedel,,$79. Aptll Music Cene,
323 S. Main Stree, Ann Arber.
cX729
1955 GIBSON Les Paul. 761-9431.
eX805
USED CARS
VOLVO, '71 145, AM/FM stereo, new
radials, roof rack, clean. 662-7059.
4N728
SUNBEAM ALPINE-2 seat 'conver-
tible, good condition. 665-4567.
44N728
PERSONAL
Richberg, HONEY
Thanks for the cartoon, you talent-
ed devil, you. Us utter innocents up
here really like to see that you're
still around and kicking.
bye, chil' d7280
WHAT'S NEW IN FACE and eye
make-up? At the Village Apothecary
we will enjoy taking the time to
show you. Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University Ave. cF513
DENISE,
Have you decided what you are
going to name yoer baby yet?d
CYNTHIA dF728
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume sell-!
ing, and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
vetment at Austin Diamond, 1200
S. University, 663-7151.a eto
J.B.-It's starting to feel like Mich-
igan here again. The weather has
definitely taken a turn for the ee-
box. A friend of mine from Cali-
fornia who I haven't seen for a
year Is coming home to N.Y. on Aug.
22 and I want to see her, so I'll be
home at least through then ... so
if you want to stop by on your
wanderings you're welcome. We
don't have Chagall mosaics and
Picasso sculptures on the streets,
but I'm sure N.Y. can dig up some-
thing.-Me. dF728
JAZZ
atsthe University Club with the
Rootu Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ningham, piano; Ted Harley, bass;
Sanley Slaughter, drums;ad e-
tauringVincent York othe Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sax. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a:m. In the club cocktail lounge
in the MIghigan Union Union build-
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cFtc
ALWAYS OPEN - Pinball, bowling,
and billiards at the UNION 11 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. Mon.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-l
a.m. Fri. and Sat., 1 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Sundays. cF1730
STARDATE 7707.26:GLC
Work, amoke, alcohol; what Is this
lately? You tryIn' to hurt yse or
something? Well, this has got to
slop, you ear me It The finances f
Loan should be straightened out no

PERSONAL
I COLLECT SMALL, CLEAR, hand-
blown glass animals. Anyone want
to sell any? 663-255. dF802
COPY MACHINES
reduce copy costs
rent, lease, purchase
SAXON plain paper copiers
769-0777
cF817
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great
soups and egg rolla. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetables and freas
bean sprouts served all day, Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560
CFtc
CROSS WOIR
@ 197LOSA,
ACROSS 53 Old Engl
1 Carriage with draper's
folding top 55 Punjab's
7 Play the go- 57 City, Pot
between county,C
14 City built circa 58 Voluble I
800 B.C. 60 Piece of:
15 Of Hades equipme
16 Kind of stamp- 61 French b
17 Salad treat house
18 Demolished 63 Acting, i
19 "Thus- 65 Thurible
Zarathustra" contents
21 Periodical: Slang 66 Sign in a
22 the greedy way 67 Laurenc
24 Broke bread others
25 Heroic narrative 68 Hammer
26 Color
27 Give a cheer DOWN
29 --Island 1 Gypsy's"
31 Name meaning 2 Dr. Watt
daughter frequent
33 Perfectly: tion
Phrase 3 Burdene
35 Watchful sively
36 O.K. for publica- 4 Dryly
tion S Satan's s
39 Color trade
42 Elaborate party 6 Beldams
43 Contemporary 7 Name of-
of an Idumaean - French P
47 Leveled off 8 Elicits
49 60 Across signal 9 Townshil
51 Tafia ancient
52 - finger 10 A Gersh

PERSONAL
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. eFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtx
ONE GAME PREE bowling wiltc tis
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, 011
and saloon tool 2985 Washtercaw. 1
mile east of U.S. 23. cPt
NEW-sc off all copies left ovr
night (boeks teed! IMPRESS, 524FE
Williata, 6g5-4321. ct

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fish
lmeasure
capital
tohonoc
Okla.
line of talk
airport
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boarding-
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library
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vehicle
son's
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tock-in-
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11 Living
12 Woodlands bird
13 Splendid
14 Clouds
20 Savory
23 Abominable Snow-
man
25 Western
metropolis
28 Hanker (for)
30 Indian cymbals
32 -Copying
34 High-flown:
Colloq.
37 Girl's name
38 Kettle handle
39 Ship captured by
John Paul Jones in
1779 ,
40 Obvious
41 Reason for sack-
cloth and ashes
44 Wearing away
45 Imprisonment, old
style
46 Become manifest
48 Testify by affidavit
50 Word of honor
54 Nautical ropes
56 Found distasteful
58 - Fein
59 Slighter
62 Sun. talk
64 Ware measure-
ment

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