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e 6-Thursday; January 17, 1980-The Michigan Daily

If you find your name and address
in today's Michigan Daily classified
page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.

-----~U TIL EREmi aS IB1VP 3

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter!
Just look through today's Classified
Ads. Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in thissection. If your
name and address appear, coll our busi-
ness office at 764-0560 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.),
420 Maynard, within 48 hours. Two free
tickets for a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

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His hangups are Hilarious
SI] Harold1 Maude
SHOWING JAN. 12-13, 19, 20

rOUND-KITTEN: Did you lose or do you want?
eautiful white with gray patches manx kitten.
96-0485 dA118
OST-Gold charmholder with 3 charms. Senti-
nental value. Substantial reward. Please call 763-
941. 90A118
FOR SA LE .
, of MALE Bursley Hall lease. Good North Campus
ocation. Full top floor loft. Guy-763-1754. Room
021. 83B120
ARGE FEMALE ROOM in East Quad. Available
mmediately. Rebecca-764-5679. Call persistently.
80B119
NFINITY Q5 speakers. Call 764-8673 persistently
or details. Excellent condition. 72B120

SHARE LARGE older house, $145/month (utilities
included). Graduate students preferred. Ample
parking, 1 mile from EMU. 482-9571, 9:00 a.m.-
5:00p.m. 49C117
FURNISHED ROOM for quiet student. No cooking,
no smnoking. $130.665-7267. 48C117
SINGLE FEMALE LEASE. Attractive North Cam-
pus location. Approximately $100/month. Call
995-1946. 46C117
IDEAL FOR WRITER/NATURE LOVER:
Quiet, secluded setting on private lake, miles of
winding trails out back door. Garden spot, fur-
nished'3 bedroom house available March-August,
Waterloo Park. 20 minutes from Andt Arbor. $500/
month plus utilities. 475-9373. 47C119
OWN ROOM in comfortable 4 bedroom house.
Jan.-Aug. lease, 10 mi. walk to campus. Call
994-8061 or 994-0905. 88C118

BOARDERS WANTED
Leases now available for the Winter Term. Call

FIREWOOD
Dave, 761-4300

CAMPUS AREA-Beautiful 6 bedroom houses. No
73B131 pets. $970-$1080/month plus utilities. May lease.
G d 663-5861. 62C131

'RAME PACK-CampTrails, large, green
ondition, $20. Leave message: 764-9086, 9

1. UOO(1
94-0174.

QUIET, COZY, furnished efficiency in Ann Arbor.
Immediate occupancy. $175/month. 483-5436,
evenings. 19C118
OWN ROOM in comfortable 4 bedroom house.
Jan.-Aug. lease, 10 min. walk to campus. Call
994-8061 or 994-0905. 88C1.13
6 BEDROOM HOUSE
In excellent condition and nicely furnished. Good
appliances. Close to campus. May-May lease. No
pets. Private owner, 769-1534. 94C120
NICE ROOM in a 5 bedroom house, February-
August lease, near campus. Price negotiable. Call
996-2406. 93C125
ROOM IN HOUSE until MAY available now. Church
Street, 2 minutes from campus. Call Gabi: 663-
3098. 92C117
SINGLE FEMALE West Quad lease for sale. Avail-
able immediately. 764-5748. 91C122
MARKI'CRIBBS, 1928 Geddes, you have won two
free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie. d117
2 BLOCKS TO CAMPUS. Large, clean, quiet, and
cheap. 996-2409 persistently. 88C118
ROMMMATE NEEDED for extraordinary two.
person apartment, UM lease. Very private and
quiet. Living, bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Low
rent, campus location. Alan, 761-2135. 98C122
MOJO 4EASE--Male. Save $100. Call Don or Steve,
665-4165. 99C119
ROOMMATE NEEDED for female apartment in
East Quad. Includes bedroom, living room, kitchen
area, bathroom. Good folks, inexpensive, great
location, beneficial mixture of dorm and off-campus
living. Call Susanne, 764-2267, or 996-5962. 04C122
OWN ROOM inbeautiful 2 bedroom apt.
Carol-1-885-7245 -
-Rose-662-3979 ;
41C117
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
PR A A A L E F B0MB
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CAMPUS
Furnished apartments and houses. No pets. Year
leases. Available May 1st. 663-5609. 86C120
PERSON WANTED to.share condominium. Attrac-
tive, good location, private bedroom, $200/month.
No lease. Call 973-0601. 28C117
BEAUTIFUL U-M student campus house for rent.
Entirely remodeled, unfurnished, 5-double bed-
rooms, one triple bedroom loft, two full bath-
rooms, kitchen, dining room, living room, walk to
campus. Rent it all, divided up among friends,
pay low rent each. Available right now to May.
And-also, from May to April 30, 1981. See it-you'll
want it. Call Campus Rental Properties, 995-5454,
M-F, 9-5. 37C119
ROOMS IN FRATERNITY. 2 room suites include
10 meals per week. Triples: $190/mo. Doubles:
$250/mo. Singles: $350/mo. Call Steve, 995-5808 or
fraternity, 761-8282. .75C120
MALE EAST QUAD LEASE
for sale, available Jan. 1980. Call Alan, 764-3651.
dCtc
ART STUDIO or Work-Study Space available to
U-M students or faculty, on campus by corner,
S. University-E. University. Low rent, month to
month, yearly or longer lease. Call 995-5454, M-F,
9-5. 38C119
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share spacious 2 bed-
room apartment. Own room, $165 month, includes
heat. 5 month lease. Call Diane, after 6:00 p.m.,
769-1856. 71C120
2 BEDROOM furnished apartment near campus.
$290/month through August. Heat, parking, disposal
included. Sans Souci: 434-0550 or 485-2372. 69C 120
BURNS PARK 3 bedroom furnished apartment.
February-June. $400/month including heat. 996-4469.
79C122
FURNISHED HOUSE with large 4 bedrooms, 2
bath. Washer, dryer. Close to campus. Very con-
vient 1location. Available February 1. $400/month
plus utilities. References required. 665-0920 or 764-
2552. 77C120
CAMPUS RENOVATED 3 bedroom apartment, new
carpet, $650/month first floor. 2 bedrooms, $450/
month 2nd floor. Each floor has living room, kitchen,
bath. Utilities included. 662-5399. 54C120
Room for one or two, Male/female, available imme-
diately. Rent extremely negotiable. 994-6601. 44C0117
ANN ARBOR AREA-1 & 2 bedroom apts. from
$270. Heat included. Shoreview Apts., 761-3404.90C120
EFFICIENCY APT. for rent. Tappan & Hill. $194.
995-3830 after 5p.m. 61C117
FALL APARTMENT HUNTERS-Four rooms with
balcony, garage,. central campus. Available June.
995-4786 . 670118
Join The Daily

SPECIAL at UM Stylists. Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday, January 21-23. 10% discount on all
Stephan products at the Union. Open 8:30 a.m.-
5:15p.m. cF120
COUNSELING SERVICES is offering a counseling
group for men and women whose parents have
beendivorced. The group focus will be on the impact
the divorce has on your intimate relationships. The
group will meet on Mondays, 2:00-4:00 p.m. If
interested, contact CS at 764-8312, or walk in at
3100 Michigan Union. 96F120
MICHAEL HURST, 309 East Quad, you have won
two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 MidnightMovie.
d117
INDIVIDUAL 1980 BIORHYTHM CHART
Send $4.95 with Name, Address and Date of Birth,
to MACAB, P.O. Box 401812, Dallas, TX 75240.
97F122
BIG SPECIAL next week. Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, January 21-23. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. only.
M Pin Bowling, win a free game. Billiards at half-
price at the Union. cF120
Save Up to 50%
MIDWEST NATURAL FOODS WAREHOUSE SALE
Vitamins, Tea, Books, Personal Care Products,
Foods. ONE DAY ONLY-SUNDAY, JAN. 20, 9:00
a.m.-3:00 p.m. 170 Aprill Dr. (Left off Jackson Rd.
at Curt Terova Cadillac, mile west of Weber's).
59F120
NIGHT FEVER, Night Fever . . . MICHAEL
MASNARI, 1560 King George Ct., you have won
two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie.
d117
DRUMMER AND GUITARIST/SINGER wanted for
power pop band to do some originals. Songwriters
preferred but not necessary. Contact Ken at 996-
4199. dF124
SUFFERING FROM A COLD?
Fight it with Suda fed.
Village Apothecary
1112 S. University
cFtc
THE CENTER for Western European Studies
Announces Three New Courses:
History/Romance Languages 214:
French Civilization, MWF 10a.m., 1412Mason
West European Studies 556:
Business and Society.
This semester focus:
Relations between government and the automo-
tive industry. Tues. 7 p.m., 5208 Angell.
Please contact Hank Peiter, 764-4311 for further
infornation.
Communications 559:
The Media and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Please contact Charles Eisendrath, Dept. of
Communications, 763-3196. 03F123
ANGRY MUFFLER? Replace with first quality,
lifetime guaranteed, lowest priced Muffler from
Ann Arbor Muffler Installers. Call FREE Price
Quote. 769-5913. cFtc
WANT TO JOIN THE DAILY? We will hold the
following meetings for those interested in working
for our news, arts, sports, and business deart-
ments:.
Tuesday, Jan. 22, 7 p.m.-
East Quad, Greene Lounge
West Quad, West Lounge
Wednesday, Jan.23,7p.m.-
Bursley, East Lounge
Markley, Angela Davis Lounge
Thursday,Jan. 24,7p.m.-
Mass meeting at the Daily,
420 Maynard, behind the
LSA Building. dF24
LOOKING FOR a unique course experience?
There is still time to enroll in
Project Outreach
(Psych 201)
Further Information
Call: 764-9179 or drop by
Coner house, 554 Thompson
4OF118
STEREO! 20-50% discount. All national brands
and esoterica. Call Rob, 663-6375 between 5-7 p.m.,
M, W, T, F. cFtc
UM STYLISTS at the Union. Dave, Ted, and Chet.
Open from 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
cF8
THE DISTINCTION of being S. University's only
drug store belongs to The Village Apothecary,
1 12 S. University. cFtc
CHEAP USED or EXPENSIVE RARE:
SCIENCE FICTION
MYSTERIES
FICTION & NON-
paperback & hardcover
USED WAR GAMES
even some MARVEL COMICS
USED SHEET MUSIC
classical & popular
illustrated greeting cards
The best POETRY books ever
FOLKLORE, MYTHOLOGY, FAY
TALES, LEGENDS
RARE FIRST EDITIONS& AMERICANA
BUY- SELL TRADE
We BUY single books or libraries
The Dawn Treader Book Shop
525 E. Liberty, 995-1008
inside Bill's Bindery
cFtc
AUTO OWNERS! Need muffler with lifetime guar-
antee at the proven lowest price? Call Ann Arbor
Muffler Installers, FREE price quote. 769-5913. cFtc
DENTISTS-The Air Force Dental Corps has
immediate openings in the following dental special-

ties: Prosthodontics, Periodontics, Endodontics,
and Oral Surgery: Starting salary and entry grade
are commensurate with experience and postgrad-
uate education. If you have prior military service
or are under 35 years old, investigate this outstand-
ing career opportunity. Contact AIR FORCE
MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES, 23400 MICHIGAN
AVENUE, DEARBORN, MI 48124, Phone (313)
561-7018. 48F326
M.I.R.S.-the Michigan International Relations
Society-is seeking tax-deductable contributions to
send delegates to the Princeton Model United
Nations, Feb. 7. Support the team!! Call Margaret
Johnson at 763-1145. (No donation is too small).
dFtc

UNION LEAGUE BOWLING. Sign up now. Monday
night for men. Thursday night for mixed league at
Union lanes. Open 10 a.m. M-F. 1 p.m. Sat. and
Sun. 64F117
CARING/SHARING RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND
Sheer joy in giving and receiving. Jan. 18-20. $25.00
registration, plus sliding scale. Bob Blood, PhD,
Margaret Blood, MA. 769-0046. cF117
LONG TRIP? Fix Muffler first at lowest price.
Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers-FREE price
quote. 769-5913. cFtc
SWEDISH MASSAGE
20 years experience in area.
Phone 769-0130
36F126
ACADEMIC WRITING
Sharpen your overall writing skills. Registration
Wednesday and Thursday, January 16 and 17. UM
Reading Center, 764-9481. Cost $30. 97F117
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFt
COMING TO Union Billiards-8 Ball tournament.
Sat., Jan. 26th. Women and Men's. Winners go to
Kent State for ACU-1 regionals. 63F117
DIAMONDS at cheap prices. Jewelry Appraisal.
721-1666. 69F124
SPEED
READING
Learn speed reading/study skills. Registration
Wednesday and Thursday, January 16 and 17. UM
Reading Center, 764-9481. Cost $30. 80F117

POSITIONS IN ART administration are available
for work/study students. Call the Artists & Crafts-
men Guild at 763-4430. 89H117
WANTED-Experienced FORTRAN programmer
for interesting image processing applications.
Long term possibilities. 764-5448. 87H118
SALES HELP WANTED, part-time. Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday p.m., and Saturdays. Approxi-
mately 25 hours per week. Apply at First Down,
213S. Main. 75H120
LOOKING FOR part-time pre-law student to work
in our library approx. 20 hours/month. Call Dobson;
Griffin & Westerman Attorneys at Law. Ask for
Pat, 761-3780. .78H11
STUDENTS TO CARE for monkeys and conduct
experiments in behavioral pharmacology laboratory
Will work during weekends, holidays and Univer-
sity breaks. Course work in behavioral psh. or chem.
helpful. Contact Ms. Kathi Watson, 764-9195 M-F
9-4:30. 83H117
STRONG, DEPENDABLE persons needed im-
mediately to aid disabled professional woman with
meals and personal care. Excellent experience
for those entering health professions. Various times
available. 662-2734. 16H118
BUSPERSONS WANTED
Experienced preferred. Two meals per day. 769-
1972. 95H114
PROFESSIONAL SALES
National leaders in its field has opportunities in
Ann Arbor, Detroit, East Lansing. Company paid
training at national facility with advancement into
management. Outstanding fringe and bonus pack-
age. Call Hi Uldricks 10-3 at 994-0969. 77H117
BABYSITTER:
Warm person who loves kids to care for 5 and 6
year old. My Burns Park home. Part-time, Wed-
nesday, Friday mornings, 9 a.m-12 noon. Please
call: 761-8477 evenings or 662-1770 afternoons. 57H118
WORK/STUDY-Jolly old England wants you!
Great Britain Study needs coders and enterers of
data. History, Sociology and Computer Science
majors will be especially interested. Call R.A.
Schweitzer or B. Nadon: 764-7487. 56H120
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE-Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1-Labor Day. Send self-ad-
dressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott, Sunny-
brook Resort, South Haven; MI 49090. (616) 637-
4796. 35H130

PAYING CASH FOR COINS.
Paying over 1000% of face value on quarters,
halves, and dimes before 1965. Call John, 995-2416
evenings. 96K117
INSTANT CASH. Pay 14 times face value (1,400%)
for any U.S. silver coin before 1965. Call Don, 764-
5809, after 5:00 p.m. 51K119
PAYING CASH for coins. Paying over 1000% of
face value on quarters, halves, and dimes before
195 Callohnnfa 9-41 6A.I(1

SAVE UP TO 50% on all new and used aquarium
and pet supplies. Free delivery. For more informa-
tion. call 663-9021. ATR8

DISCOVER AMERICA by Bicycle! With Fr
wheelin' Fantasy's 1980 summer cross count
bicycle tour. 3800 miles, 75 days, camping. Cost:
Approximately $950. Contact: Freewheelin' Fan-
tasy, Box C2540, Middlebury, Vermont 05753. 45P118
NASSAU Bahamas . . 7 Nights . . . $325 . .
March 1-8. Call UAC-Travel, 763-1107 for info on A
Great Deal And A Great Time. Deposit due Jan.
21 iO. AP1O

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- CHILD CARE Action Center needs Outreach (Psych
201) students to work and play with pre-school
children. Call 764-3487. 17M117
PARKING SPACE available on Walnut St., near
campus. Price negotiable. Call 994-1011. 70M122
UM GRADUATE is, now accepting new voice and

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

WE BUY AND SELL ,
RARE & OUT-OF-PRINT
BOOKS
First Editions, Signed Books,
Leather Bindings, Sets.
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113 W. Liberty, 995-1891
Ann Arbor's Largest Selection
We Buy and Sell
USED PAPERBACKS
Science Fiction
Literature, Drama
Poetry, History
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113 W. Liberty, 995-1891
ART
Oil Painting
Acrylic Painting
Watercolor
Life Drawing
Sketching
Creative Drawing & Painting
Offset Graphics
Calligraphy
Silkscreen Printing
Batik
Glassblowing
Weaving
Pottery
THE CONNECTION
Jewelry
Sculpture
Offset Graphics Lab
DANCE
Ballet
Modern
Afro
Blues & Jazz
Creative Dance
Modern Ballroom
Disco
Beledi
Tap
Bodyshop (dance exercise)
Massage for Dancers
MENTAL ARTS
Astrology
Songwriting
Creative Writing
Classical Guitar
- Mime
PHYSICAL ARTS
Hatha Yoga
Tai Chi Ch'uan
Acupressure
Fencing
PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo
Darkroom
Camera/Darkroom
Color Printing
Color Slide Developing
Cibachrome Printing
Creative Color Control
Lighting & Effects
Portraiture
Fashion/Glamour/Advertising
Nature Photography
Matting & Mounting
ARTWORLDS CENTER for CREATIVE AR'
213 South Main Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
994-8400
Register now for workshops beginning Januar
c

cFtc GROUNDSKEEPER NEEDED for preschool-
farm. Efficiency room in exchange for 13 hours/
week maintenance work. Carpentry, electrical, agri-
cultural knowledge also helpful. References re-
quired. Call Betsy or Jiro, 483-3276. 92H113
MEN & WOMEN basketball officials needed. No
experience necessary. Meeting for interested per-
sons on Jan. 15 or 16, 7 p.m., IM Sports Bldg.
If unable to attent contact Moby Benedict, 763-
1313. 84H117
cFtc
ACCOUNTANTS, graphic' artists, and typists-
Work/Study jobs available at The Artists and
Craftsmen Guild. 763-4430. 02H124
MOUNTAIN JACKS is opening a full service res-
taurant in Ann Arbor. We are interested in talking
to outstanding, young individuals for positions in
all areas. Interested? Apply at Old World Mall,
Mon.-Sat., 9-6. __dHtc
LAB AIDE for medical research lab to use auto-
matic dishwasher equipment and possibly some
animal care. Flexible hours in congenial atmos-
phere. Excellent opportunities for pre-med or
biology students. Call Mary Ellen: 764-0274, 9:00-
5:00 weekdays. 95H120
Robert Redford still looks. good at midnight.
TAMMIE THOMAS, 3117 Markley, you have won
two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie!
d117
Computer People
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting
positions, and we want to talk to people looking to
apply their experience in either applications or
system software in commercial, scientific, realtime
or engineering areas. We'd also like " to talk to
technical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
and services, and to digital designers and
technicians. We're knowledgeable, and we think
you'll like working with us. Call, mail in your
resume, or drop in, and we'll give you an idea of how .

1976 VW Camper Van. Superior condition, many
extras. 18-20 mpg. Snyder, 971-9797, days. 82N119
1976 DATSUN-5 D wagon, air conditioning. 17,
miles. Call 994-0820, after 6:00 p.m. 34N1l
1975 MUSTANG II. 4 cyl. new engine, 4 speed,
AM/FM stereo, 8 track. A-1 condition. $2495.00.
Call 482-4662. dN
'70 NOVA for sale, good gas mileage, reliable
transportation. $250, negotiable. Call Kathleen, 663-
2713 bet..4-7 p.m. dN117
1966 MUSTANG, very good condition, 289-6 cyl.
engine, automatic trans., air conditioning. $1000.00.
Call 482-4662. dN
1973 CAPRI-2 Liter automatic. Dependable trans-
portation. $150.00. Call 434-7430 after 6 weekday
94N1W

WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing.
Research. Experienced. PrQfessional. 996-0566. cJ
TYPING
Fast, Accurate, Experienced. Call Andy at 662-
4819. 00J124
CHILD CARE Action Center needs Outreach (Psych
201) students to work and play with pre-school
children. Call 764-3487. 17M117
KEYUNCHING SERVICES $6/hour. 13 years
experience. Marjean: (517)-423-3921. 76J122
SPECIAL SHAMPOO, press and curl and conditions.
$10. Revlon permanents $25. Call 769-5147. 81J122
GUITAR LESSONS
Popular Styles-Theory and Technique. Fr
introductory lesson-low rates. 663-1783. 93J11
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle disserta-
tions, manuscripts, resumes, legal and term papers.
Rackham quality guaranteed. Also copying, print-
ing and binding.
211 S. STATE STREET 7 days 662-3969

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ACROSS
1 Twilled cotton.
cloth
6 Sailing
10 "Man of red
earth"
14 Talked continu-
ously
15 Victory symbol
16 Standout: Slang
17 Empty
18 - school
19 Miss
20 Cape
. Canaveral's
neighbor
22 Groove
23 Outfit
24 Point of the.
sun's ecliptic
26 Pastoral scene,
28 People of Kenya
32 Son of Jacob
34 " Choe,"
Ashton ballet
38 Greek letters
39 Come afterward
40 Aware of
41 Old man with a
scythe
43 French marshal
of 1867
44 Muscles
45 That is: Lat.
11 12 i 3 4 5

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
@ 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

47 Stormed
51 State Dept.
employee
54 Iowa State city
57 Fortuitous
59 Fertile
60 Willow genus
61 Bete
62 Long for
63 Relative of 4
Down
64 Golf clubs
65 "To not to
be..."
66 "Vissi d',"
Puccini aria
67 Sticks
DOWN
1 Muscle ailment
2 Asian capital
3 Dissolve
4 Admonition to a
tot
5 street (well-
to-do)

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Double
As well
Necessity

21 More daring
25 10th cent. date:
Rom.
27 Kitchen
appliance
29 "Clean up"
department
30 Prefix with

FEMALE ROOMMATE needed. Own room in three
bedroom apt, one block from campus. Patrice,
763-4076. 66Y117
SHARE A HOUSE near Packard-Plattj $140/month
all inclusive. Call Bill, 971-5492 after 7. ' 23Y119
NEED-1 person to share beautiful completely
remodeled apartment in old house with nice people.
Close to campus and IM Building. Parking available.
call 994-0765 or 668-7893. dYl-
Male to share rm. in modern 2 bdrm. apt. close
Frieze. $123."455-5123. 43Y01

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Graven image
Departed
Greenland
outpost
Greek letter
Mortify
Required

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Man in' court
Namesakes of a
Burnett heroine

42 Letter
46 Like Paradise
48 "You
mouthful"
49 Member of
Equity
50 sale,
special bargain
52 Chalons' river
53 Wish well to
54 Horse
55 Disney
characters
56 chamber
58 Ibsen character

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