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Page 10-Friday, August 11, 1978-The Michigan Daily

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-KITTEN, female grey tiger. White belly,
paws. Answers to "Witchcraft." 662-9596, 937 S.
Division. 76A812
FOR 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. Rentalsstart at $273 and $378.
Call 994-3955
Orvisit the residentmanager at
1036 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Co.
cCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices. 995-3276,769-
3078. cctc

FOR RENT
PARENT/YOUNG CHILD (2 or under) share home
with two women-2 children vegetarians, non-
smokers. $200 plus utilities, lease. 663-8376, Mary
or Angie. 67C812
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 7, to mature grads,
new 4-bedroom, furnished apartment in restored
house near Arboretum. Carpeting, dishwasher,
skylights, porch, parking, water. 663-1439. 77C0812
CLEAN ROOM, private bath. Reasonable for a quiet
male student in exchange for a few duties. Phone
971-6483. 79C812
FOR SA LE
FOR SALE-Must sell before August 19th-Vinyl
covered chairs, a couch, three refrigerators, a
freezer. Prices negotiable. Call Joyce at 668-8467.
72B812
BACKPACK, excellent condition, $30. Mountain tent
with fly,$30.Both, $50 MusIsell 663-3308. 668811
Try Daily
Classifieds

wnjn i -, my Bim
tilt la.m.
PAPA IS A preacher and
you are a U of M students
a clergyman or clergy won
religious organizations? If
in a group of students fro
ning in September. Leave
number at Wesley Foundati
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT
Lions. Village Apothecary, 1
TO THE WOMEN OF WEST
Joyce, Linda, Elaine, Pa
Val, Eileen, Dee, Nancy,
Pam, Phyllis, Irene, Ruth
Thanks for the Great Yea
Luck.
Love,
Steve

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
t 1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
ACROSS 45 Prayers 12 -at (tease)
1 Rush hour 47 Land's -! 13 Detection device
phenomenon 48 Ivy League mem- 16 Ball game
6 Time: Fr. ber 19 Off-balance
11 Outbreak 49 - up (informed): 22 Souped-up cars
13 Term of address Slang 23 Ocean shores
for madre 51 Took the initiative 26 Tricky
14 Of yore 52 Duke or duchess 27 Children's favorite
15 Barbershop quar- 53 Chain of a kind Alpine tale
tet specialty 55 Helped at a church 30 Son of, in
17 Willow wedding Arabic names
18 The 34th state: 57 Does the old grad 32 Those elected
Abbr. '. bit 34 Became angry
20 Make a begin- 58 Conferences 35 European resort
ning 59 Put into office: area
21 Make one's way Abbr. 36 Kind of dance
22 Alas!: Fr. 60 Fancy dressers 37 N Pacific island
24 Fur animal DOWN 38 Cornered: Colloq.
25 Bolt's partner 1 Intimate view phrase
26 And 2 Encountered 39 Mechanical
28 Neg's opposite 3 Impelled devices
29 Make more empha- 4 Parch 40 Sunup
tic 5 Embrace 42 Strolls
31 Marie Antoinette 6 - Aviv 44 Necessarily (with
was one 7 Is done "must")
33 Clarinet socket 8 Notable American 46 Monopolize
34 Gladly, old style painter 48 Give up
35 Sonata movement 9 Extremely 50 "- throw bou-
37 Concludes variable quets at me..."
40 Racket 10 City in New 52 To and including
41 King with Model Mexico for short
Parliament, 1295 11 Moved through 54 Kind of herring
43 Play on words the air 56 Downcast
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21 22 23 24
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29 30 31 32
33 34
35 3s 37 8 39
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MELISSA,
Oh no, hasn't anyone told yo
home from the playground
speeding car! The doctors
little hope that she'll live
You should have been told
you'reher mother!
CUB- i
Rons not the
-Dra
TOMORROW .., is your 1;
for all those lonely days I'v
to reply to my classified.
commitsuicide.
Signed,
The man in blue
RICK-
You better putsome mail
Love, frozen straw
VISIT US for books & perio
China & the Middle East.
TREAT: An Alternative Per
3360 S. State, 663-0215.
OFFSET AN
Fast Low Cost D
COPY QUICK-
1217S. Univ
OFF TO FRANCE? Buy
returnee. Avoidbankcommis
CUSt0M3 T-SHIRTS-We g
Many colors. Lettering ava
forms. The Inn Shop in t
im-8p.m.
Wesley August
Wesley Foundation has two;
activities coming in August
and call to let us know yot
ticipating.
Hiking, swimming, picnic
Saturday, August 12th. C
2736.
Dinner at the Pretzel Bel
Blue Grassemusic, Friday, I
tie, 971-8874.
HOUSECLEANING-Expert
ate student. References if r
ANSWER TO PREV
P AS S S 11D
O N C E D 4 m il
S T A R I M P R
S O N G E E 1 E
U N D E R B 0 L
M!i A E M O R Y
A L A MO0D E
M A NY D
S P R I N T R E
T RE ND F A C
R E T D NIA D A
1 T A A I R .I N
D E S i D E R A T
E X T R I C E
T E E T E R E D

.DBOARD PERSONAL
cooperatively, cheaply, NEED COPIES?
able in Eugene V. DebE
Please call persistently, J&JCOPYING/TYPING SERVICES
Deb, 662-0757. 70E812 1202 S. University 7 days 662-6401
~~~ __- cFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
iards at the Union. Open (IT'S GOOD FOR OUR BUSINESS)
________cFtl2 Austin Diamond
12091S. University
I that's the problem. If 663-7151
who has a parent who is Specializing in custom
nan, do you tend to avoid engagement & wedding rings
so, you may be interested cFtc
m like situations, begin- W L G F O
your name and phone WE'RE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MN
on, 6r- e ad. pF 12 Experience preferred, but we'll train. Various posi-
i ot6t-6 es.pepara- tions available. Write Daily Box 219. 58F812
on conttlensuprepara --- _
112 S. University. pcFtc The 1978 Michiganensian
ENGIN.: has finally arrived!
at, Annie, Audry, Betty, Yearbooks can be picked up at the Student Pub-
Dorothy, Char, Dorothy, lictions Building, 420 Maynard, from M-F, 9 a.m.-
a, Jan, Barbara, 5 p.m. Yearbooks are also on sale for$12. dFtc
r!! Goad-bye and Good
H ELP W ANTED
81F811 RECEPTIONIST
Pleasant personality for telephone answering.
Light typing. Full time. No Saturday work. Good
iu yet? April was coming pay. Paid holidays. Pleasant surroundings, interest-
when she was hit by a ing field. Apply immediately after 1 p.m. Mr.
say that there is very Hawkins, Advertiser's Publishing Company. Our
through the accident. 52nd year. 944 Wall Street. 70H812
when it first happened-
w EARN $10 in 45 minutes. Female participants
MARILYN dF811 wanted for U of M study of self-image and per-
ception. Phone 764-2572, Monday-Friday 1-5. 50H812
only one. PART-TIME, 20-30 hours/week office assistant
gon (draggin') dF811 position with Student Buyers' Association for August-
April. Apply at 4315 Michigan Union or call 662-
ast chance to make up 0257. County CETA eligible. 51H811
'e spent waiting for you -- --- -
If you don't, I may 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-
dF811 Winter Terms. Great pay! Call 764-0558, 10:30-2:00.
dHtc
in my mailboxsoon! MANAGER AND/OR COOK in a Kosher restaurant.
wberry daquiri dF811 769-3078 eves. cHtc
dicals on Africa, Asia, PART-TIME JANITORIAL close to campus. Call
A PERIODICAL RE- 1-878-9991evenings before10. 92H812
'iodical and Bush Shop.
cFlo 2 ACCOUNTANTS-2 positions. Recent BBA graduate
- and staff accountant with 1-3 years public accounting
D XEROX 9 experience interested inthe challenge of a small
firm. Competitive salary and fringes. Reply to
Duplicating confidence to: "Staff," 802 Military, Room 300,
Port Huron, MI48060. 62H812
-76-0560
versity SALES AND MANAGEMENT POSITIONS open.
cFtc Respond immediately. Town and Country Fashions,
Briarwood Mall. 63H812
Francs directly from -
sion. 973-0739. 75F812 THE MICHIGAN
ot 'em. Many styles. D AILY
ilable. Also team uni-
he Ann Arbor Inn. 8 is now accepting applications for fall Business Staff
cFtc employment. Positions are available in classified
and display advertising. If interested contact
Activities Shelley Seeger at 764-0560 or stop by The Daily
social and recreational Mon.-Fri. 10-3.
. Mark your calenders 'do it Daily

ure interested in par-
king at Silver Lake,
all Martha Ann, 973-
1 and an evening of
August 25th. Call Dot-
cF812
ly done by U-M gradu-
equired. Call 973-2586.
dF
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IU D E N IC E
R S K JA T
E A IT T
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R E C E D E
D R E S S
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Y A M E N
1URA A R I L
D S A L E
H I E D

dH812
THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR is now accepting appli-
cations for Fall Book Rush 1978. Full-time, tem-
porary positions to start in August and September.
Pay $2.93/hour. Apply U-Cellar information desk,
530S. State, in the basement of the Michigan Union.
Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30, Sat..12-5. 41H812
ROOM SERVICE, Weber's Inn. Apply in person.
3050 Jackson Road. 69H812
BABYSITTER-Sensitive, creayive, responsible
person to care for 2 pre-schoolers. 9-5 p.m. August
21-September 15 and 12-6 p.m. from October 1st on.
In my"Burns Park home. Own transportation.
References. $2.50/hour. Please call 662-1770 days,
761-8477 after 5. 71H812
BUSINESS SERVICES
Judie Birdsall
Typing/Binding
612 S Forest
665-9843
Dissertations, Term Papers, Manuscripts
- ThesisBnin g
(Continued onPag c.812
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