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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, October 20, 1984

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DOG LOST. 2 year old female Golden Retriever.
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That is two tickets to the State Theatre. Come to
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RIDE LIKE THE WIND: 10 Speed Bike $50. SLEEP
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USED TIRES $10 & up, mounted. Passenger, pickup,
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SELF-CORRECTING TYPEWRITER - IBM Style
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MACINTOSH SOFTWARE at discount prices. On
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South State 996-0001. cBtc
ANN ARBOR ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday, Octo-
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I-94. 300 dealers, everything guaranteed. 8 a.m.-4
p.m. "Early Birds" welcome 5 a.m. 94B1020
DAVID VANHAVERMAAT - You just won two
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Now brothers from this ecumenical community of
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OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 P.M.
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Take Chicago Road in Tecumseh to Evans, south
on Evans to Kilbuck, then left 2 blocks.
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Come to The Michigan Daily office to pick them up.
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PRETTY FEET being sought by fun-loving male, 23,
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STUDENT
SERVICES.
U of M SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDENTS are invited
to apply for the Ottawa Political Internship/Seminar
sponsored by the Political Science Discipline of the
University of Michigan Dearborn. Spring Term, May
8-June 14, 1985. 6 credit hours (Political Science
495, 496). Director of the Program, Dr. Helen M.
Graves, will be on campus, Friday, October 26,
1:00-3:00 p.m., Room 6602, Political Science Lounge,
Haven Hall, to interview interested students.
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Positions available in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
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BABYSITTER NEEDED: Wed. 9-2:30; Thurs. 9-5.
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evenings or weekends. 74H1026
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call (after 5p.m.) 663-2487. 70H1026
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MISCELLANEOUS
INTERESTED IN FLYING? Start with Grounk
School. Call U of M Flyers, 994-6208 or 994-6220.
19M1021
GIANT FLEA MARKET-Vintage clothes, jewelry,
household items, furniture and junque. Every
weekend 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Satur-
day and Sunday. 214 E. Michigan at Park. Down-
town Ypsilanti. (Dealers Welcome 971-7676 week-
days, 487-5890 weekends). cMtc
TICKETS
FACE VALUE TICKEtS: Washington, N. Western,
Minn., and Wisc. Call 973-9582. cQtc
NEED OHIO State-Michigan tickets, Nov. 17. Call
collect (216) 514-5923 after 5:30 p.m. 66Q1101
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M football
tickets. Call 973-6327. cQtc

TRAVEL
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THANKSGIVING
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©1984 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Espy
5 Transport for
skiers
10 Property unit
14 Name on the
silent screen
15 Agnes de Mille
ballet
16 Rostrum
17 "...- in
Kalamazoo"
18 Shakespearean
sprite
19 Son of Seth
20 Cocksure
23 DDE's opponent
24 Latin lesson verb
25 Chair parts
29 Lo and behold!
32 Run in
35 Accord
36 Wood used for
furniture
37 Little, Highland
style
38 Not quite hale
42 Word with pole
43 Merit
44 He plays Bond
45 Santa's helper
46 Sponsorship
47 Bonded mass of
metals
48 Ending with color
or humor
50 Before Beth
or Heath

51 Kelly-Sinatra
movie of 1945
58 Name for a
Moscow Miss
59 Like some herring
60 A Webster
62 Type of glass
63 Predicament
64 Railway station:
Fr.
65 Weed of
grainfields
66 Daisylike flower
67 After major
DOWN
1 Vacationer's
choice
2 Walt Kelly
character
3 Patron saint of
Norway
4 Twice-told item
5 Vestiges
6 Golfer Julius
7 Tennis term
8 Take in,
as a sail
9 Arias, usually
10 Satisfy a legacy
11 Feature of a
21-gun salute
12 Melange of colors
13 Sibilant sound
21 Judge at times
22 Margery of rhyme
5 r6 8- 9

25 Froth
26 Code of a sort
27 Small sponge
cake
28 Top flier
29 Equals
30 Actress Goldie
31 Make do (with
"out")
33 - pittance
34 More Spartan
36 Bangkok native
39 Young sheep
40 Liturgical
vestment
41 Anthracite
measure
46 Ordinal ending
47 Twain's Tom
49 Make one's flesh
creep
50 Smelting
byproduct
51 Inter-
52 Mountain in
Thessaly
53 Bosh!
54 Part of a blind
55 Author of "Come
Back, Little
Sheba"
56 Angora
57 Colorado
name
58 Make a choice
(with "for")
61 Tee
follower

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