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LLOST AND FOUND
FEMALE PUPPY FOUND, approx. 3 months old.
White terrier or terrier mix w/black and tan mark-
ings. Found in Washtenaw/Bill St area. Call 663
9274, ask for Ann. dA505
FOR SA LE .
For Sale: Vivitar Series 1. 70-210 macro/zoom lens.
ANSWER TO PR S E
H E R 0 D A B A S P A S T
A D A N A H E M I A B O U
METE R A L I X R U H R
S N A I L B O G D A M O N
AP P A NAG E P A L T E R
D I E G L A D A R E 0 L E
0 N E O R P D B L A SE
B AL L AD I T SO SI L
ES E NE S 0 CR A TE
A G R I C I N C
S H A N E L I D M A I N
E L P IP I D L E R
ART E H A L L I
D O O R I D E A H A S N
DIRTY WORDS! French, German, Spanish, Rus-
sian, Swedish and more. International Guide to
Profanity. $4.00. Offer restricted to persons 18
years of age or older Send to: Words-021, P.O
Box 12441, Denver, Colorado 80212. p20B509
SONY TC-630 TAPE RECORDER SYSTEM. R-R,
good cond. with mikes, speakers, etc., $105. Also,
AKAI CR-800 8-track recorder, ex. cond., $90 w/10
blank tapes. Call evenings, 995-5190. 22B506
74 MUSTANG I, stick, new tires, clean, needs
some work,$1550.434-4371. 23B510
FOR RENT '
July-Aug. 2 bdrm. apt near campus and hospital.
A/f, laundry, free parking. 662-5495. 47C506
ONE AND TWO BEDR()OM furnished apartments,
available for fall in older home, I block from
Rackham Building. Laundry facilities, parking 663-
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTS, spaces in apart-
ments available, both men and women Air condi-
tioned, modern apartments Social and educational
programs Cal662-55290r665-6,575 31C506
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices 995-:3276, 769-
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
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kCROSS 47 Bone: Prefix 13 Go swiftly
aaesar's Roma 48 New England 18 Put one's
Fringes features 22 Some votes
natterjack 50 Silk from Asia: 24 Danny
Debatable Var. 25 Former name of a
Mrs. Arrowsmith 53 Dot with paint Baltic port
4me. Bovary 56 Power: Abbr. 26 Where Leghorn is
;ruise stopover: 57 The Metropolitan, 27 Bret Harte's
Phrase for one "Heathen Chinee"
)evon feature 60 "- boy!" 29 World's largest
Jpholstery fabrics 61 Chief port of port
iding at anchor COsta Rica 30 Juliet's suitor
liver of 62 Chide 31 "- a Parade"
Normandy 63 Library's interest 32 Stair post
ea mile 64 Rousseau work 37 Window of a ship
Florida port 65 Malay title 38 Modern shawm
Floor: Fr. DOWN 39 Traveler's need
,olfer's target 1 Man in blue 41 Retailer's need:
)ne of the Allens 2 Den Abbr.
"ourt cry 3 City area, for 42 Nereid
Irew short 45 London motorist's
lernstein opus 4 One of the buy
ard game Virgin Islands 47 Ancient Italian
Part of a ship 5 Spritelike 49 Wild grapevine
nventor Whitney 6 Proclamation 50 Duck
Part of a 7 Gazelles 51 In the last
Melville title 8 - king (month): Abbr.
gullible 9 Creator of 52 - precedent
Waterfall, as in Franny and 53 Partially: Prefix
lace names Zooey 54 Waikiki banquet
anguish 10 Attract 55 This: Sp.
iver into the 11 1847 novel 58 Milne hero
Kuider Zee 12 Cupid, in art 59 Poetic time
FOR RENT-Large, cheerful room in quiet family
home on Olivia near Hill. No kitchen privileges.
Food plans available in nearby co-ops. Non-smoking
female grad student preferred. Call 665-6028 after
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 niversity of Michigan
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
1036 SOUTHMAIN STREET, Apt. KE.
Reaume and Dodds
We are currently leasing efficiency and one-bedroom
apartments for Spring/Summer. Each unit is fur-
nished and located in a modern building. Please
call for more information. Dahlmano Apts., Ltd.,
54 Churcht. 761-7600. ece
2 BEDROOM Modern furnished apartments
Parking, laundry facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham
Building. Fall occupancy. $300/month, tcludes heat
and water. 663-4101.
Campus Management, Inc.
2 BEDROOM modern furnished apartments. Park-
ing, laundry facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham Building.
Fall occupancy. $300/mo. includes heat and water.
663-4101. CampusManagement. cCc
AVAILABLE MAY 1-AUG.
Large 2 edroom
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 resident manager at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302
Reaume and Dodds
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.
Orvisithe resident manager at
350THOMPSON STREET, APT.216
Reaume and Dodds
BEFORE YOU SUBLET
CHECK OUT LOW RATES
-SHORTTERM SUMMER LEASES
-MANY OTHER EXTRAS
536 S. FOREST 761-2660
Now accepting applictions for Fall1978rental
- On & Off Campus Locations
* Security Systems
' Air Conditioned
For best selection/call now!!
Modern 3 or 4 person furnished 2 bedroom for
fall, parking, separate kitchen with dining area,
335 E. HURON
9-5WEEKDAYS 10-2 SAT.
ROOM AN BOA RD
2 SINGLE ROOMS FOR MALE GRADS with or
without kitchen privileges. Share with other grad.
665 4736. 25E505
Attractive student couple seeks same for intimate
evening Reply Daily Box 25. 48F 519
Free conference for junior and senior minority
teacher candidates and experienced minority
teachers. Interview with up to 25 Michigan school
districts Tuesday, May 9, 9-4:30, Michigan League
Ballroom. Bring resumes. For further information:
Juanita Patton at Career Planning and Placement.
DRUMMING CLASSES for children aged 7-15 ian
opportunity to study with a master drummer.
Begins May 20-Aug. 19th, Sa. 9-12 Sun. 11 am-i pm,
duration of each class-1 hour. Contact wasi
Aduonum, 663-4068, afternoons/nights. Excellent
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Antiqes furniture, collectihles, plants, jewelry,
clothing, new, used, and junque. 100 dealers every
weekend. 6-10 Friday evening. 10 AM-6 PM Sat, Sun.
214 E. Michigan at Park, downtown Ypsilanti. 971-
7676 days, 487-5890 weekends. Dealers welcome.
Sign up now for Mixed League Bowling. Wednesday
nights at Union Lanes. 50 a game, open 11 am Mon-
Fri, 1 pm Sat-Sun. cF511
Mexican Medical Schools, WHO-HEW recognized,
four year. Call 219-996-4210. p46F609
A NEW FRI EXPERIENCE: "Expressions" adult
discussion group meets 1st and 3rd Fri. of every
month at First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw
(corner Berkshire. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Discus-
sion starts promptly at 8:30 p.m. No admittance
to discussion groupafter 8:45 p.m. $2 admission
charge. Refreshments provided. For further ino,
call Steve, 994-7019 W, 434-0663 H or Jim, 973-1971.
TO JOANNE-Nice to keep in touch with your
friends. -Still your Secret Admirer
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