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Page 12-Friday, July 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily
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L-SHAPED SOFA-New, rout and heige. Call CUSTOM T-SHIRTS-We got 'em. Many stles WANTED-HIIKING BOOTS, size 8-9. Gary YOU TOOCANLIVE AT THETA Xli
Mayterrs Ltprig vilblB ls tamun- Sanders, 1-369-2938. 98F711 We hve more rooms lhao ever' Now
PESO A torms. The Inn Shop in the Ann Arhor too. SCHNEIDERBURGER-I don' Iknow why, hal weneedmoreg opeoplethaneser.
am.- Op-n m Ft everytime I say that I'm a gography major, pople Chech os oatnow for the fall.
THE GAME THAT ~WON'T QUIT. Biltiard at the A great pri dcal shop just hecame greater. Poaur o hyko htgorpesge adHEA -H Cthh -EDralFraAie T
Uninn. Open 11 am. Mnn.-Fri., 1 p.m. Sat.-San. A PERIODICAL RETREAT now hss own space. 1345ugr F07-h bWashrenawatnathUe-
CF'707 We are still an Stale Streen, aboe Music Mart, on CRISPYCHRIS &COURAGEOUSCURT, (4Whenw ithpi U.r
STUDENTS, CAN YOU SPARE SOME TIME? . . the second flour. Climh or sa irs to see our ex. We're norr we can't beat the party Friday night, 701 133n Discoorllas)
Vulunleers are wanted Inoshare an hour a weeh pndd collectinn uf hnokn, penioicas and pstern, hut we hought the TEMPERATURE might he t6C8so r re
with prospective U-M studenls and their families A PERIODICAL RETREAT, 330' 5. Slate. 007- much to BARE. We'll he at your-usuat watering 4C4
whn'd lihe to see e campus and hear abat life at 0215. F724 hale touing off with DOUBLE the BREW. e ya FALL OCCUPANCY, mdem 1w-bedrom unfor-
Michigan. Call Edith BleTHr, Alumni Associatin, WE ARE WORTH the trip. U-M StyiNa at the there! nished aprtmeoE. I mile from Diag. Laundry facili-
FTwoDaiyNightows F707 ties, parhiog. 1250.00 r month includes sove,
70415 a .m.m9.72 Man on, rsCh et erid g av. abeAlo cFm7niO Sndrs -569-9ref98F igeaveatmndae r . CampuserMNagmet
YOU ARE WSANTED IF YOU AREn Active and lihe MARE LOVE.-BNOTdWA NEED COPIES? wc ,uneo op0hpe d C saner, C
tn have fan; serious, open-minddsintt'igent with a (It'sgd forouusiness) J & J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
seneof humor; ewhat it k ld aswer thislad. AostinTDiamondHE LP WA NED
By a 23 year old male grad. I'd love to meet you! 1209S. University 1202 S. UNIVERSITY 7 days 662-605
Re-yaiy--- 4-----------____________________ PART-TIME JANITORIAL cluse to campus. Call
Speciaizing incustom THE COOLEST of the c, bwing and pinhall at 79evenings fore10. 7H714
Uion.OFFeaonD rengagement &nwdding rings theUnion. Opentill 1a.m. tonight. cF700_-
FastLowCosttaplicating cFtc CARETAEER-For student, 2 furnished roums;
COPYQUIC-E79OMT ?. MARILYN, ._Faist___uRxe'esrywa'_et work 0 hours w hely and ay $0p month. Apply
1217S.wUnideiy I heard ahout the kidnapping, hut did you hear only if you are very handy with Io s. 003-281

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COMPLETE PROPHYLACTIC department avail-
able at Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
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that the Urban-Rural Liberation Army (URLA) is
here for the Free North Campus movement? they're
importing an urban guerrilla from the Free Hawaii
group, some woman calledNohe'uluwehi Kauhane.
ERIC dF707

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©@1978 LomAngelesTimes syndicate
ACROSS 51 Grub 21 10th-cent. date:
1 Eng. assignment 52 Suffix with psycho Rom.
5 Bell-like sounds or crypt 23 Bellowing
10 Quilts 55 Meet a set 25 3 Down, et al.
14 True standard 26 Dice throw
15 City of 58 One of the Streets 27 Capital in the news
W. Bolivia 59 Heart: Fr. 27 Cipile es
16 Turnpike sign 61 At that place: Lat. 28 Heliophiles goals
17 Staff member 62 Diminutiveu or
18 French smoke endinauthor
19 Grant (a point) 63 -Hall" 31 Bridge term
20 Carte - 64 Coyote State: 32 Cancels a
22 Not as plentiful Abbr. correction on a
24 Test of skill 65 Way in proof
25 River into the 66 Takes a break 35 Case for small
Rhone 67 Chops items
26 Bright reds 38 Less pleasing
29 Machine parts DOWN 39 Mists
33 Unstrained 1 Complain 42 Not so important
34 Co-ed university 2 Eye: Fr. 44 Unwise
36 Charm, for 3 Where Tananarive 46 Sailor of the East
example he 48 Tea, British style
37 Old 4 Fully attended 50 14 pounds, in
38 Heinz or Dole 5 Apparent: Phrase Londons, .
40 Initials ofa 6 Des 52 Struck with
British honor 7 Gist
41 Wipe off 8 Ground cover wonder.
43 Slight 9 Populars ort 53 Western pact
44 - accompli 10 Snoop's ojectives 54 Chorister
45 Standard 11 Officer, for short 55 Resign
47 Featuresof 12 Off target 56 Error
modern music 13 Suffix with tap 57 Oxen of Asia
49 Gather or tip 60 Letters

SANS SOUCI
Large one and twohedroom furished artmen d
availahle for fall occupancy. Apartmento 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. K1
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices. 995-3276, 769-
3078. Ctc
The Highlands
Located on North Campus
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments avail-
able fnr immediate or tall occupancy. Featuring
security Iocksystems, drapes, dishwasher, lighted
tennis courts and swimming pool. Buses to and
from central campus daily.
call 769-3672
Or visit the resident manager at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302
Managedby
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
eCtc
2 LARGE CORNER ROOMS with shared kitchen.
Close to campus. No deposit or lease. Utilities
paid.665-M 2Safter4:30. 83C4
Thompson Apartments
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.
CALL 665-2289
Or visit the resident manager at
350THOMPSONSTREET,APT. 216
Managedby
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE,
T a D D P LA T C P U U S
a T a E Y ET I H A I T I
G A U L R a a T C E L U A R
A R B E U A M A L L T H E
U U T I M A N S I
E E R I E P E B B U E
G YP A D S U M A I R E S
R a U U O S E D E N S
A GA IN P0R C H A S Al
B A Y O A K G H a S T
N I N A E AR'T H1Y
A S H V E R A R A t L IA T
itfT H E F L f H E B D8A G G E N dN
I M A G E N E AR A S S N

WORK-STUDY HELP WANTED' IN STUDENT
SERVICES OFFICES. Work with staff and students
in a small, relaxed office. Typing and general
clericalduties.,3000MichiganUnion,764-7421. 93H715
DESK CLERK AND ROOM SERVICE. Apply
Weber's Inn, 30MSJackson Road, 769-2500. 95H712
(WANTED)-COLLEGE representatives for 2
major breweries. Part-time on campus promotional
activities. Must be energetic and outgoing. Tre-
mendous experience with built-in incentives. Send
resumes to P.O. Box M-1366, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
87H721
INNSHOP
Part-time Summer help needed. 663-7155. cH711
RETAIL MANAGER-Grad student wanted for
weekend business, starting 3 p.m. Friday, also
Wednesday 3 p.m. Approximately 35 hours weekly.
Ability to work with people, honesty, maturity,
and common sense. $4.50 tostart. Complete, respon-
sibility, need transportation. Available mid-July.
Call 971-7676. 77H718
JANITORIAL-Clean store 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Wednes-
day, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Friday. Need transportation.
$4/hour. Call 971-7676, days. 76H714.
WORK-STUDY HELP WANTED in UAC office.
Great opportunity to work with students involved
in programming concerts, films, theater, etc. Call
University ActivitiesCenter, 763-1107. 79H713
$30 PAID to research subjects. Normal, non-over-
weight male joggers (running 10 or more miles per
week), age 25-50, for a 2 day IS hours per day),
outpatient study of blood fat metabolism. Subjects
should have negative family history of diabetes and
of premature onset before age 60) coronary heart
disease. Contact: Hypertension Division, U of Mich-
igan, 763-5492, weekdays between 8:30-11:30 a.m.
7811715
USHERS NEEDED-Eclipse Jam needs volunteer
ushersforconcert-July2st.Call763-1107. 60H711
COORDINATOR. Parent-mn childeare cooperative
seeking part-time co-coordinator, 25 hours/week
p.m. Teaching/administrative. Cooperative experi-.
ence preferred. Experience with preschool children
required. Send resume and statement of interestin
cooperative childcare. CORNTREE, 1910 Hill, AA
48104. 71H709
AVAILABLE NOW-Large, furnished room in
house near campus, July-August. Call Julie, 761-
8110 or662-9422. 96U711
SUBLET JULY--AUGUST-Large room in friendly
coopcoedhousenearecampus. Call 662-4270. dU709
ROOMMA TES
FEMALE-grad or working, mature; quiet; neat;
non-smoker (including grass)-to share furnished
two bedroom apartment, North Campus area-'4
utilities-nopets-CallCathy, 995-4863evenings.
89Y713
THIRD MALE ROOMMATE; 2 bedroom Dahlmann
Apartment on Packard, Fall/Winter. Call Dave
collect for further information, 1-626-0573. 64Y707
MALE WANTED for 2-bedrom apartment in Sep
tember. Jim, (616) 949-5869 after 6 p.m. 62Y708
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Room in house on campus
Call668-6906
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