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LOST AND FOUND
ALL GREY LONGHAIRED cat, green eyes, white
flea collar, neutered male lost. Vicinity Ann and
Division. 769-1648 or leave message 764-6302 week-
Lambert 15-speed, good condition-Make an offer.
WEDDING DRESS AND VEIL-Size 10. 662-4736.
FOR R ENT
MODERN TWO-BEDROOMlfurnished apartment,
fall occupancy, laundry facilities, parking. 4 blocks
to Rackham. $300.00 per month includes heat and
water. Campus Management, Inc., 663-4101. eCtc
DOUBLE AVAILABLE for fall in great house close
to campus- Call Judy, 769-1702, or Dennis, 994-
FURNISHED ROOMS at low priCrs. 995-3276, 769-
FALL OCCUPANCY, modern two-bedroom'unfur-
nished apartment. 1 mile from Diag. Laundry facili-
ties, parking. $250.00 per month includes stove,
refrigerator, heat and water. Campus Management,
Inc., 663-4101. ectc
Now accepting applications for Fall 78rental
" Security Systems
" Heat& Water Paid
" Air Conditioned
" Laundry Room
For best selection/call now!!
THE POOL IS OPEN! Also available: tennis courts,,
sauna, racketball. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, excellent
location, $310. 904-0705. Hidden Valley. cCtc
Recycle Your Daily
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZL.E
Edited by Margaret Farrar
01878 L5 ArgeseTinesSyndste
ACROSS 54 Avalon, for one 24 Upon: Prefix
1 Porch, a la Hawaii 55 Coin of Sofia 25 City on the
6 Plant part 56 Tablet Danube
10 Church recess 59 Indigo 26 Suburban homes
14 Inclined 61 Blue plants 28 Power to
15 Arm bone 64 Jabberwocky convince
16 Extinct wild ox word 30 Refrain from
17 Freight station 68 See 1 Down bothering
18 1960's garment 69 Musical name 32 Hooks, in
20 Expect 70 Ward off anatomy
22 Gold, in Burgos 71 Part of Paris 33 Waterfall, in
23 Neckline 72 Lyrics place names
24 Opera role 73 Like a colt 34 Of a Syrian sect
27 Business abbr. 37 Pinafore
29 Piece of china DOWN 39 Bitter: Fr.
31 Fruit seed 1 Youngster 41 "Inka-Dinka--"
32 Still on the market 2 Had tea 42 Turn over
35 Study of words: 3 Pinch 45 Music-maker
Abbr. 4 Greeting 46 Deli purchase
36 Not on the sea S Hand 47 Greek letters
38 Revolve 6 Units of light flow 49 Desists
40 Post Office 7 Samuel's teacher 52 Bath, for one
concern: Phrase 8 Part of A.D. 54 "- New York"
43 Newt 9 Weather word 57 Vapor: Prefix
44 "I'll-in my 10 Paddle-winged 58 Two-together
dreams..." bird 60 Type style: Abbr.
46 Alone 11 Whodunit heroes 62 King: Sp.
48 Pele's game 12 Guarantee 63 Fem. title
50 Wapiti 13 Think well of 65 Menu item: Abbr.
51 Choir responses 19 Soak (up) 66 Unit of work
53 Verily 21 Fabric pattern 67 Piggery
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13
1 4 1 5 1 6
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W il36 37 38 39
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43 44 45
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5? 52 53 54
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68 69 70
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Located on Central Campus
Efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished apart-
ments available for fall occupancy. Attractive
modern building and furnishings. Includes laundry
facilities and air conditioning.
Or visit the resident manager at
350THOMPSON STREET, APT. 216
Reaume and Dodds
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
available 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. CALL 994-3955
Or visit the resident manager at
1036SOUTH MAIN STREET, Apt. Kl.
Reaume and Dodds
Located on North Campus
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments avail-
able for immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring
security lock systems, drapes, dishwasher, lighted
tennis courts and swimming pool. Buses to and
from central campus daily.
Or visit the residentmanager at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302
Reaume and Dodds
PE RSONA L
OFFSET AND XEROX
Fast Low Cost Duplicating
1217 S. University
CUSTOM T-SHIRTS-We got 'em. Many styles.
Many colors. Lettering available. Also team uni-
forms. The Inn Shop in the Ann Arbor Inn. 8
MAKE LOVE. -NOT WAR
(It'sgood forour business)
Specializing in custom
engagement &wedding rings
Julie Baker &Gailkubick
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
FC A A B AS K
E N O L E T A T D A C H E
A L I T L S T S E T H E R
L A S T P L A CE S M E A R
T I T T L E H A S T A
L O D G E T E N A C E
O L E T 0 R N E A H A T
S K E P U N I O N N E M O
A LT 1 L E N A A D M E N
R AT T AN T H E I R
C LA SH C LO0VE $
A N H L P E C 0 S B I L L
M O L S E R A L 7 S E E
" M O I R E L Y R E N 0 N E
A T E S T L E E S R A P
Number One in Skin Care.
MEXICAN MEDICAL SCHOOLS, WHO-HEW recog-
nized, four year. Call219-996-4210. p46F609
Sailing aboard 35 ft. ocean cruising ketch, daysailsor
overnight trips to island in Lake Erie, 995-5770.
J &J COPYING/TYPINGSERVICES
1202 S. UNIVERSITY 7 days 662-6401
SUMMER RATES to 6 p.m. daily. 50 per game.
Bowling at the Union. Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Fri., 1
p.m. Sat. &Sun. cF614
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by 'U' graduate
student. References if required. Call995-2388. dF
When I first saw you in the library last night, I
couldn't believe it was you . ..after all these
years! Why did you run away from me? Was it
because of that one night with Jim?
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on acne preparations.
Village Apothecary, 1112S. University. eFte
SUPPORT THE ERA. March on Washington, D.C.
Call 95.5494 dF66
LUNCH ON THE LAWN, bring your lunch to Wesley
Foundation, Wednesday 12-1. Beverage, discussions
and volleyball available. peFte
THIS IS TO ANNOUNCE to all of Ann Arbor (and
part of Ypsi) that I am no longer living with Joan
and am now free to fool around and other assorted
good stuff. See you at the BF on Saturday night!
INTERESTED in Edgar Cayce? Dreams? Free in-
troductory lecture. Briarwood Community Room,
Thursday, June 15, 8 p.m. dF615
Don't study too hard. Take a break. I'll bring
zucchini bread andcoleslaw !
Vous vous interessez a maintenir votre francais, a
parter francais entre amis dans une atmosphere
detendue et sympathique ... Vous aimez la cuisine
francaise . .. La Maison Francaise, "Emmanuel,"
OXFORD COOP est pour vous! Quelques places sont
encore disponibles. Reseignez-vous le plus tot
possible a Ia Maison Francaise: voss pouve
economiser sur le prix de votre logement tout en
pratiquant votre francais. Rendez visite a la Maison
Francaise ou telephonez aussitot oue nossible a M.
Richard Matthews, tel.: 764-2147. A bientot. cF809
UNIVERSITY CELLAR is accepting applications
for Fall book rush 1978 from June 5th to 21st.
Further ixformation and/or application available at
Information Desk in the rear of the Cellar, in the
basement of the Michigan Union. Mon.-Fri. 9:30-
5:30, Sat. 12-5. 15H617
Michigan Citizens Lobby is looking for energetic
and committed people to canvass and fund-raise
on consumer issues. Full time salaried positions.
Call between 12-2p.m., 663-624. 16H614
$100 WEEKLY MAILING CIRCULARS!! Free
supplies, Immediate Income Guaranteed! Send Self-
Addressed Envelope: Homeworker, B427-5KS,
Troy, MT 59935. 17H615
I NEED 12 WORKERS for this Sunday the 18th, to
work at a large graduation ceremony in Detroit.
We leave Ann Arbor at 11:00 a.m. and return by
2:00 p.m. Must be well dressed and able to talk
smoothly. Pa is $15, own transportation desire-
able/10t per mile. Please call Marc of Donna at
ing applications and interviewing for food produc-
tion personnel. Apply in person between 2-5 at
251 E. Liberty. p8911616
TEACHERS-The Jewish Cultural School, a secular
Sunday School for children ages 5-14, is interviewing
applicatns for Fall teaching positions. Contact
Elaine Hewmann at665-3592. p52H616
Earn $3 in one hour. Participate in interesting
research on human memory. Call Kim, 763-0044
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