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Page 12-Saturday, July 8, 1978-The Michigan Daily

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LOST AND FOUND
REWARD-Find Misty, my grey cat. Missing since
July 4th. Large, friendly, white collar, silver lag.
OaklandFArchAarea 662-3115 5A712
SOLEX MOPED-Excellent condition, 200 MPG.
Why walk? Call Rich, 761-9441. 03B712
NEW INDIAN CLOTHES for sale at giveaway
prices. Dresses, shirts, tops and much more. Call
662-2734, Shah. 04B711
L-SHAPED SOFA-New, rust and beige. Call 665-
jj1lafer . . 91B72
PE RSONA L
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by U-M gradu-
ate student. References if required. Call 973-2586.
ERIC,
The Revolution lives in Ann Arbor! We are going to
take over North Campus and turn it into a free
school for the development of Marxist geography.
Don't worry about Melissa; she is now a true urban
guerrilla, worthy of her new name, Sonia.
NOHEA'ULUWEHI dF708

LPERSONAL
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula for you who
don't eat right. Available at Villge Apothecary,
1112 S. University. _______ poFto
ATTENTION!
I'm very upset by the fact that no one ever reads
the personals that I put in the Daily. I'm beginning
to feel very unloved and inadequate. If anybody
does read this personal today, please let me know
through DailyBox33. dF708
A PERIODICAL RETREAT finally has its own
space. We opened in David's Books, moved into
Abert's Copying and then intoBCharing Cross. In
our new location above Music Mart on State Street,
we have periodicals, books and posters. Climb our
stairs. If you can't find us, give us a call at 663-
0215. A PERIODICAL RETREAT. An alternative
periodical and book shop. 3360' S. State. On the
second floor. pcF729
WE HAVE IT ALL together. Pinball, billiards and
bowling atlthe Union.Open every day. cF708
NEED COPIES?
J& J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
1202 S. UNIVERSITY 7 days 662-6401
cFtc

PERSONAL
OFFSET AND XEROX
FastLow CostDuplicating
COPY QUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
COMPLETE PROPHYLACTIC department avail-
able at Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
peFtc

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1978 Las Angeles Times syndicte
ACROSS 41 Describing urban 8 Maintained
1 Type of sale air 9 Eggs: Lat.
8 "Get lost!" London 45 City of SW 10 Puzzles and others
style Belgium ,11 Dreamer
13 First citizen 46 Clan emblems 12 Rein rings
15 Circumvent 48 Scarf of a sort 13 The fourth estate
16 Uncommunicative 49 Part of a street 14 Coquette
state sign 20 One of the
17 Device using high- 50 Colorless gas Rockefellers
energy atoms 51 Word with down 23 Treacherous
18 Actor Wallach and or up person
namesakes 52 Thread variety 24 Corrida luminary
19 Stanford 54 Uproot 26 Listless ones
21 Roofing 56 Of a Quechuan 30 Native
22 - Carlos people 32 Lock
23 Depart hurriedly, 57 Compressed into 33 Shifting (to)
Spanish style thin plates 34 Dissipate like
24 Flooring 58 Means vapor
25 Guru, usually 59 Hellespont 35 Appellation
27 Donkey: Ger. swimmer 36 Kenya's neighbor
28 Fail to include 37 Word-for-word
29 Humorous word DOWN 40 Traveler's choice
for "think" 1 Designating a 42 Monastery dweller
31 Accentuate certain college 43 Horn
33 Exhortation to a course 44 Swerved,
sinner 2 Eye part nautically
35 Ranger's 3 Very old speaking
responsibility Egyptian 47 Advertiser's
36 River into 4 Man's nickname concerns
Bristol Channel 5 Daughter of 50 English county
37 Nongregarious William the 51 Carangid fish
chap Conqueror 53 Swedish county
38 Mosque of- 6 Type of dwelling 55 Relative of 40
39 Moslem prince 7 Surround Down
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011it12
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25 26 27 28
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MAKE LOVE.-NOT WAR
(It'sgoodforour business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
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
a.m.-8Op.m. cFtc
WANTED-HIKING BOOTS, size 8-9. Gary
Sanders, 1-569-2958. 98F711
THE COOLEST of the cool, bowling and pinball at
the Union. Open tilllI a.m. tonight. cF708
FOR RENT
ONE EFFICIENCY, one apartment and rooms.
Fall leases. 769-0853. 01C721'
SANS SOUCI
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
available for fall occupancy. Apartment includes
heal, tree parking, and a large balcony or patio.
Locatedacross frm the University of Michigan
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
daily. CALL 994-3955
Or visit the resident manager at
1036SOUTH MAINSTREET, Apt. Kl.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices. 995-3276, 769-
3078. eCtc
2 LARGE CORNER ROOMS with shared kitchen.
Close to campus. No deposit or lease. Utilities
paid. 665-6923after4:30. 83C714
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
350THOMPSON STREET, APT. 216
Managedby
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
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., 6634101. cCtc
Join The Doily
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
C M P T NAUD B A E I NGS E R E WS
5CIA R L E T S RO0TO0R S
E A S Y Y A L E A S S E T
VIC S E NA TOR C B E
E R A SE S NUB8 F A I T
A RM A SL DS C H0 R W S
ANA LYST UA L FY
W A L L C 0 E U R I L L A
E T T E A A N I E S D A K

The Highlands
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.
call 769-3672
Or visit the resident manager at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
cCts
H E LP W ANT ED
BOOKKEEPER for daily posting, accounting, and
some typing. General accounting experience de-
sirable. Accounting majors will be considered. Call
Mr. Graig, 668-4688, Tuesday P.M. and Wednesday
for interview. 08712
SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS
Male counselors, specialists, for waterfront and
arts and crafts, secretary. Camp Tamarack,
Brighton. 1-229-9166. 07H715
WANTED-Healthy Male Volunteers between ages
of 18 to 45, who would be willing to participate in
a study of a new drug which has only been admin-
istered previously to 21 volunteers. The study re-
quires two full weeks of time, including Saturdays
and Sundays. Volunteers would be kept in the
UPJOHN CENTER CLINIC overnight for the entire
14 day period. Participants will receive $500 and $600
for the two week period, depending upon the experi-
mental group in which they are enrolled. For more
information call Nader Jallad at 764-6400. Group 1-
July 24-Aug. 10. Group 2-Aug. 18-Sept. 4. Group 3-
Sept. 15-Oct. 2. 06H712
PART-TIME JANITORIAL close to campus. Call
678-9991 evenings before 10. 97H714
WORK-STUDY HELP WANTED IN STUDENT
SERVICES OFFICES. Work with staff and students
is a small, relaxed office. Typing and general
clerical duties. 3000Michigan Union, 764-7421. 93H715
DESK CLERK AND ROOM SERVICE. Apply
Weber's Inn,3050 Jackson Road,769-2500. 95H712
(WANTED)-COLLEGE representatives for 2
major breweries. Part-time on campus promotional
act"vits. Must ho energetsc and oagoing. Te-
mendous experience with uilt-in inenives Send
resumes to P.O. Box M-1366, Ann Arbor, MI 48106,
87H721
INN SHOP
Part-timeSummerhelpneeded.663-7155. cH711
RETAIL MANAGER-Grad student wanted for
weekend husines, staring 3 p.m. Friday' olin
Wednesday3 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.
Call971-7676. 77H718
JANITORIAL-Clean store 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Wednes-
day, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Friday. Need transportation.
$4/hour. Call971-7676, days. 76H714
WORK-STUDY HEVP WANTED ii UAC office.
Great opportunity to work with students involved
in programming concerts, films, theater, etc. Call
University Activities Center,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 (5 hours per day),
outatient s'dy of lood 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.
7SH715
USHERS NEEDED-Eclipse Jazz needs volunteer
ushers for concert-July.21st. Call763-1107. 69H711
COORDINATOR. Parent-run childcare 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 interest in
cooperative childcare. CORNTREE,.1910 Hill, AA
4104. 71H70
LOW COST TRAVEL to Israel. Toll Free 85w-223-
r"$7,AnQt Yipr};, titrpe, l !{7 08
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