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Page 12--Saturday, August 5, 1978-The Michigan Daily
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FOR SA LE
MOVING SALE-Double bed, couch, choirs, desks,
bookcases, turotable, plans, radiul snow tires (165
SR 13).665-5013. 40B805
SUZUKI 1977 TSIOOB, 700 miles. Perfect condition.
094-6595.39B809
FOR RENT
1 BEDROOM, laundry facilities, private entrance,
large yard. $175 plus electric, plus basic lawn care.
814 Pauline Blvd. Open. 49C805
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices. 995-3276, 769
3070. cctc
6 BEDROOM HOUSE, furnished, 2 baths, living-
room w/ fireplace, laundry room. $650 plus utilities.
814 Pauline Blvd. Open. 47C805
MOST OF THE HOUSE. 4 bedrooms. Furnished,
livingroom w/ fireplace. $475 plus electric. 814
Pauline Blvd. Open. 480C805
Subscribe to The
Doily-Call 764-0558

JFOR RENT
SANS SOUCI
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
availabale for fall occupancy. Apartment includes
heat, free parking, and a large balcony or patio.
Located across from the University of Michigan
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
daily. Rentals start at $273 and $378.
Call 994-3955
Or visit the resident manager at
1036SOUTH MAIN STREET
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Co.
cCtc
PE RSONA L
CUS M T SHIRTS-We got 'em. Maoy styles.
Many colors. Lettering available. Also team uni-
tom "" The to "Shop o ^the AAr Fr I
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
3 1978 Los Angeles Times Syndleoe
ACROSS 46 Term of endear- 10 Cut of meat
1 Not fancy ment 11 Everybody:
5 Inspires fear 47 Govt. dept. Phrase
9 "With- is My 46 Talented 12 Tidy
Heart" 51 Major scale 13 Portal
14 Virgil's "love" 55 French explorer 18 Come to an end
15 One of the fields 57 Windflower 22 Man's name mean-
16 La-, Spanish 59 Grandson of ing 'watchful"
city N of Gilbraltar Mohammed 25 Nautical cord
17 Mailbox attachment 60 Farthest from the 27 Little -
19 Regale center 30 Steinbeck
20 Summer concert 62 Took place character
setting 63 "And so much bad 31 Camera part
21 Break (a law, rule, in the best --..." 32 Seed covering
etc.) 64 Robt. 33 Small weight, in
23 Ointments 65 Patron saint of Lisbon
24 The "Sage of Con- France 34 Spectators
cord" 66 Family mainstays 35 Free scope
26 Compass pt. 67 Rodents 36 Overwhelm
28 Hungarian girl's 39 Girl's name
name DOWN 42 Illusory image
29 Rock singer, to 1 Flag 44 Student at exam
some 2 Territory of NE time
32 Ones remaining in Brazil 46 Tillage implement
office: Colloq. 3,Person on the 49 Eats
36 River through way up 50 See 1 Across
Idaho 4 Turned (toward) 52 Money: Slang
37 Initials of 1945 5 "- Need Is You" 53 Not decided
38 Disagree 6 "Lafayette, - 54 Heads: Fr.
40 Shade tree here!" 55 Lake inC Africa
41 Flout 7 Triton 56 Swiss river
43 Compass cases on 8 Famous name in 58 Suffix with loud or
shipboard Illinois soft
45 Olive-brown 9 Certain singing 61 Sight in the
parrot voices sky, perhaps
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PERSONA L
Alternative Energy & New Age Publications. Check
out Vegetarian Times, Alternative Sources of
Energy, East-West, and Communities Magazine in
our shop. A PERIODICAL RETREAT, 336' S.
State,662-0215. cF8OO
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula ftr you
who don't eat right. Available at Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. pcFtc
FURD,
Yes, Cassandra used me to get back at her lover,
who was your younger brother, Ed Furd. Ed had
finally tired of her unceasing demands and turned
her away. For revenge, she seduced me and made
me change the boat design so that it was sure to
fail. Thus, she ruined Ed's reputation, leaving him
a broken and loney man.
LEYLAND LEUNG dF805
WATCH FOR JIMMY CARAS coming to the Union.
cF05
DELIS RESUME AT HILLEL, 1429 Hill, each Sun-
day at6p.m. $1per plate. pcF812
Unique clothes at reasonable prices-YVONNE'S
FASHIONS, 123 N. Thayer (corner of Ann Street),
662-2734. 37F05
THE LATE, LATE SHOW is here tilt a.m. tonight.
Billiardsand bowling at the Union. cF805
Shy, handsome, semi-athletic, intermittent smoker
24, would like to meet woman. Interests include:
Walker Percy, Gustav Mahler, physicsTim Buckley,
Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, tennis, and Sherlock
Holmes. If you would like to meet me for dinner,
write Box 36, Royal oak, Mich. 48068. 32F809
Wesley Augut Activities
Wesley Foundation has two social and recreational
activities coming in August. Mark your calenders
and call to let us know you're interested in par-
ticipating.
Hiking, swimming, picnicking at Silver Lake,
Saturday, August 12th. Call Martha Ann, 973-
273.
Dinner at the Pretzel Bell and an evening of
Blue Grassmusic, Friday, August 25th. Call Dot-
tie,971-8874. cF812
Papa is a preacherand that's the problem. If you are
a U of M student who has a parent who is a
clergyman or clergy woman, do you tend to avoid
religious organizations? If so, you may be interested
inagroupof students from like situations, beginning
in September. Leave your name and phone number
at Wesley Foundation,668-6881. pcF812
The 1978 Michiganensian
has finally arrived!
Yearbooks can be picked up at the Student Pub-
lictions Building, 420 Maynard, from M-F, 9 am.-
5 p.m. Yearbooks are also on sale for $12. dFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
Fast Low Cost Duplicating
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
NEED COPIES?
J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
1202 S. University 7days 662-6401
cFto
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR
(IT'SGOOD FOR OUR BUSINESS)
Austin Diamond
1209. University
63-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cPtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
SS R D CL AAS
I T U P 0 N A L L O U T
R I S NA SS EIHA E NOIS P E R T
PL ON T VE N TSY
L PT I N OEAVRE N s Y

PERSONA L
STOP SMOKING IN 5 DAYS. The U-M Smoking
Cessotion Project is offering a highly effective
program. Call 994-3329. 61F808
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by U-M gradu-
ate student. References if required. Call 9732586.
dF
H E LP W ANTE D
HOUSEKEEPER-Professor's home. Walking dis-
tance from central campus. 4-5 hours/week. $3.00/
hour. Barb,764-7165 (8-12,1-5). 52H809
EARN $10 in 45 minutes. Female participants
wanted for U of M study of self-image and pr-
ception. Phone 764-2572, Monday-Friday 1-5. 50H812
PART-TIME, 20-30 hours/week office assistant
position with Student Buyers' Association for August-
April. Apply at 4315 Michigan Union or call 662-
-0257. County CETA eligible. 51H811
U-M MUSIC ENSEMBLE needs tenor, accom-
painist, electric bass and sound technician. Contact
John Smith, "aMaizin' Blues," School of Music at
764-0593. 53H809
MAINTENANCE WORK in downtown clothing retail
store. Good hourly pay-rate. Saks Fifth Avenue,
call 9:30-5:30, 665-6531. 45H08
PERSON WITH CAR (N. Campus area resident
preferred, but not essential) to deliver the MICHI-
GAN DAILY 6 days/week on N. Campus for Fall-
Winter Terms. Great pay! Call 764-0556, 10:30-2:00.
dHtc
$11,000 SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER and 8,000
house manager (County CETA eligible) psitions
are now pn at the Domestic 'Violence Project.
Apply 1917 Washtenaw Avenue behind the Unitarian
Church in Ann Arbor, 9-5 Monday-Friday or send
resume. 35H805
GOOD, STRUCTURED PROGRAMMER wanted im-
mediately through early September. Call Karl any-
time, 665-7377or663-7716. 3H809
THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR is now accepting appli-
cations for F11 Book Rush 1978. Full-time, tem-
porary positions to start in August and September.
Pay $2.93/hour. Apply U-Cellar information desk,
530 S. State, in the basement of the Michigan Union.
Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30, Sat.12-5. . 41H812
Student Services assistant wanted for work-study job
no. 638. 20 hours per week, morning or afternoon.
CallMikeat763-2203or9952158. -" 22H805
Lady or couple to live in for night care of semi-
invalid woman. Nice air-conditioned home in the
country near Ann Arbor. Private room and bath
area. Day lady cares for my mother all day. Night
prson prepares evening mat and pt her to bed
only. Call426-3961, 95weekdays. s15H80
STUDENT COUPLE OR BUSINESS MAJOR
Local campus-oriented business is looking for a new
manager. Must be eager, aggressive and well
organized. Opportunity to earn $1,006 to $1,500 for 3
weeks work. Will not interfere with class schedule,
begins September 1, 1978. Call for appointment, 769-
4035daily. 29H805
STUDENT COUPLE OR BUSINESS MAJOR
Local campus-oriented business is looking for a
new manager. Must be eager, aggressive and well
organized. Opportunity to earn $1,000 to $1,506 for 3
weeks work. Will not interfere with class schedule,
begins September 1, 1978. Call for appointment,
769-4035, 9-5 daily. 81H729
PART-TIME JANITORIAL close to campus. Call
1-878-9991evenings before 10. 92H012
MANAGER AND/OR COOK in a Kosher restaurant.
769-3078eves. cHtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
Judie Birdsall
Typing/Binding
612S. Forest
665-904
Dissertations, Term Papers, Manuscripts
Thesis Binding
cJ812
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-7692931
pJt
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by U-M gradu-
ate student. .Workable, sebedale Refeences if
required. Cal973-25M6. ' dJ
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