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noon on Washtenaw bItween SoutIh U and Hill ts.n A N O CT I
Call Lance, 668-8413 or 665-7639. dA727 A
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
F A L E available for fall occupancy. Apartment includes
heat, free parking, and a large balcony or patio.
FOR SALE-Kelty D-4 frame pack, large, excellent Located across from the University of Michigan
condition.$50. Linda, 662-9433. 95B729 Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
COUCH WITH MATCHING loveseat, $50; modern daily.
living room chair, $15. Call Gary after 5 p.m., CALL 663-2018
Or viithe residenl manager al
3-FAMILY YARD-BARN SALE-July 28-29-30, 10-6, 1036 SOUTH MAINSTREET
rain or shine. Antiques, collectibles, household, M edb
china, glass, furniture and much more. 8660 Ford Manageby
Rd., Ypsi (Superior Twp.), mile east of Prospec.
___________ _d8_ Reaume and Dodds
MOVING-Modern Dux Beige studio bed-couch, $35 Management Company.
good condition; Kichenaid coppertone dishwasher, ctc
$100, used only 4 years. 426-0026. 66B804
GRAD STUDENT(S) with child share house
FOR:4 ENT with 2 women, boy (6), vegetarian, share cooking,
no smoking in house. References. $250 includes
FURNISHED APARTMENT to share with one or utilities, year lease, B.P. area. 761-2274, 663-8376.
two mature people. Pool, recreation room, laundry 70C729
facilities, TV and phone. 663-9467, University WE'RE LOOKING for another guy to fill a 4-man
Towers, apartment 5-Q. 85C728 apartment. This isn't your basic apartment and it's
LESBIAN FEMINIST HOUSE has Fall openings. notlforojustanyone. Call 662-8413, evenings. 94C729
Cal 99528M, evenings 75C726 --_
ROOM IN BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, $120/month plus
FURNISHED ROOMS at low prices. 995-3276, 769- utilities. Near Weber's, now-December 31. 769-2582.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1978 Lm Angeles Times Syndicate
ACROSS 55 Admit 22 Colorless
1 Steinbeck 58 Historical period hydrocarbon
character 59 Bright ideas 26 Cutting tool
5 Berated 64 Flat 27 Squabble
9 - de foe gras 66 Hindu writing 28 Baryshnikov, for
13 Advocate 67 Tweed example
14 Harness part 68 Generous 29 Author Vidal
15 Name of a sort 69 Always 31 Social group
17 Small planet 70 "This - 34 Leather worker
18 "- and the sudden!" 35 He was: Lat.
Man" 71 Small casks 37 Give forth
19 Sole of a sort 72 Vermilions 38 As many as
20 Candid 73 Cozy place 39 Twinkler
23 Before 41 Venerable-,
24 Some gossip DOWN 8th-century
25 Back-combed 1 Checkers move historian
27 Asian animal. 2 Spoken 43 Snake
30 Hurt 3 City of 46 Have faith
32 Response, in the the Jumna 49 Saunters
affirmative 4 Want 51 Obstruct, in away
33 See 39 Down 5 Gorge 52 Market
36 Greek god 6 A Marx 53 Rasping sound
40 Be patient 7 Wrong 54 French port
42 Disheveled 8 Office item 56 Stopped
44 Run away 9 Nebraska Indian 57 Peter and others
45 Catcher: Colloq. 10 Quaff 60 Declare
47 Give - whirl 11 High-low 61 White House
48 Great Florentine phenomena garden specialty
50 American 12 Tidal bore 62 Rock garden plant
capitalist 16 Plant part 63 Keyway
52 Plot 21 Watch over 65 Guy, good or bad
1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 I0 11 12
3 4 IS 6
20 2 22 23
24 25 26
27 28 29 3 31
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
4Q 4 l 42 43
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groups, vegetarian, non-smohing, shared cooking.
References. $250 includes utilities, year lease. B.P.
area. 761-2274, 663-8376. 71C729
FURNISHED, in fraternity house. By day, week,
month. 995-5374. 46C801
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
- )Vanagement 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., 664-4101. . cCtc
CANNON LENSE 50 mm 1.4-Take a look-make
an offer. Call John, 763-6339/764-0552 leave message.
SAFE, NATURAL Birth Control is the topic when
the Ann Arbor fHolistic Health Group invites you to
a lecture-discussion this Friday evening at 8:30
p.m. at Wesley Lounge, 602 E. Huron at State St.
Herb tea precedes the meeting at 8 p.m. Co-spon-
soredby Wesley Foundation. cF728
Miss you a lot!
WESLEY FOUNDATION is Bike Hiking this Satur-
day for recreation and fellowship. We will have a
small group biking at a leisurely pace and invite
you to join us. Call Dave, 663-2593. cF729
PASSPORT PHOTOS-2 for $3, 50 for each addi-
tional. 2nd floor Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Wed-
nesdays 7-7:30 only. dF726
3-FAMILY YARD-BARN SALE-July 28-29-30, 10-6,
rain or shine. Antiques, collectibles, household,
china, glass, furniture and much more. 8660 Ford
Rd., Ypsi (Superior Twp.), '/ mile east of Prospect.
BIKE HIKE, an enjoyable time with Wesley Founda-
tion Saturday. Interested? Call Dave, 6632593 or
Ann, 668-6881. cF729
MAKE THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY headquarters
for all your drug and cosmetic needs. 1112 S.
ANN ARBOR HOLISTIC Health Council and Wesley
Foundation bring you a variety of lecture-programs
around a variety of health-related issues. This Fri-
day evening at 8:30 p.m., the topic is Safe, Natural
Birth Control. Herb tea precedes lecture at 8 p.m.,
Wesley Foundation, 602 E. Huron atState St. cF728
A PERIODICAL RETREAT finally has its own
space. We opened in David's Books, moved into
Albert's Copying and then into Charing Cross. In
our new location above Music Mart on State Street, r
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 periodi-
cal and book shop. 336 S. State. On the second
I can't believe that I am no longer a nameless
orphan, but the daughter of Ford Boater Company's
president (Furd has a Wetter Idea?). But now that
you have revealed your true identity, please tell me
why Cassandra, my mother, committed suicide?
SATURDAY BLAHS get busted with the Wesley
Foundation Bike Hike this week. Pedal-power your-
self and have an enjoyable time with others. Uan
Dave, 663-2593 or Ann,66$6881. cF729
SOCIAL GROUP FORMING for gays who accept
their sexuality as God-given and who desire to
live this in a Christian way. If interested, call Art
at 769-0034 (after 6 p.m.). 8F801
STOP SMOKING IN 5 DAYS. The U-M Smoking
Cessation Project is offering a highly effective
program. Call 994-3329. 61F00
OFFSET AND XEROX
J & J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
1202S. UNIVERSITY 7 days 662-6401
The 1978 Michiganensian
has finally arrived!
Yearbooks can be picked up at the Student Pub-
lictions Building, 420 Maynard, from M-F, 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. Yearbooks are also on sale for$12, dFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(IT'SGOOD FOR OUR BUSINESS)
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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.-8 p.m. cFt'
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by U-M gradu-
ate student. References if required. Call 973-2586.
TR ANSPORT ATION
HARVARD BOUND? Couple moving to Cambridge
end of August interested in sharing moving ex-
H ELP WA NTED :
PART-TIME JANITORIAL close to campus. Call
1-878-9991 evenings before 10. 92H812
PART-TIME SERVICE STATION HELP. 1220 S.
University. Apply in person. 96H729
JOURNALIST OR ENGLISH major/writer who
typesortakesshort-hand. 663-9467. 91H728
TYPIST and/or SHORTHAND-To help write book.
Reply by calling 663-9467. If no answer, apply
directly at UNIVERSITY TOWERS, Apt. 5-Q.
STUDENT COUPLE OR BUSINESS MAJOR
Local campus-oriented business is looking for a
new manager. Must be eager, aggressive and well
organized. Opportunity to earn $1,000 to $1,500 for 3
weeks work. Will not interfere with class schedule,
begins September 1, 1978. Call for appointment,
769-4035, 9-5 daily. 81H729
TEACH OVERSEAS! All fields, all levels. For
details, send self-addressed, long envelope to:
Teaching, P.O. Box 1049, San Diego, CA 92112.
STUDENT SERVICES ASSISTANT wanted for
work-study job No. 638. 20 hours per week, morning
or afternoon. Call Mike at 763-2203 or 995-2158.
TEACHERS-The Jewish Cultural School, a secular
Sunday School for children ages 5-14, is interview-
ing applicants for fall teaching positions. Contact
Elaine Heumann at 665-3592 45H726
NEED A SUMMER JOB? Why not be an intramural
sports official. Contact Sandy Sanders, 763-1313.
SECRETARY-CHILDREN'S SUMMER CAMP
Camp Tamarack-Brighton. Call 1-229-9166.
MANAGER AND/OR COOK ina Kosher restaurant.