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LOST AND FOUNDFO AE
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LOST-FEMALE SIBERIAN HUSKY. Cream and TWIN MATTRESS and frame for sale. Almost new.
light brown colored, brown eyes, 3 years, no tags, $50. Call 996-23before 4 p.m. 84BS522
red collar and flea collar. 994-Ons. 14A523 YARD SALE-At 910 Saline-Milan Rd., Saline.,
HOUSE KEY LOST; more than sentimental value. Sat. and Sun, May 24th & 25th, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Men's
Last in area of William and Maynard, Thompson. clothes, like new; and miscellaneous. Cheap. 429-
Reward. Cal764-M557. dA523 9570, dBtc
1976 MAROON PACER, Radials, Manual, low
.RS Lmileage, $1550. Home photographic lab and en-
TS250 SUZUCKI motorcycle, street/trail, telleborg larger., lenses, film developing tank, equipment,
rear knobby, 3290. Three rail motorcycle trailer 1 .99"198. 93B521
with loading ramp and spare tire, $160. Call 971- 7 - -
0191. 12B524
TWO 1-WAY AIR TICKETS Detroit-Las Vegas, FURNISHED ROOMS-Available Spring, Summer
$190. Good tilliJune13. Call 971-4410. 88B523 or both. Singles or small groups. On S. Division
PLANT SALE near campus. Old Town Realy,663-8989. 06C604
Moving to California and must get rid of a large FURNISHED ROOMS available immediately in
plant collection. Large selection at big savings. Sale five bedroom apartment on East Liberty one block
starts Saturday, May 24 at 10 a.m., 849 E. Univ- from State Street ($80 per month through August).
ersity. Call7691-273fordetails. 89B524 Call663-5609. eCtc
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
1 1980 Los Angebs Times Syndante
ACROSS 56 Tennis great 13 Certain induce-
1 Prefix denoting Connolly, and ments
ten others 21 Urban
6 Discernible mark 61 - 1 (odds) transportation
10 Historical times (gamblers 23 Mildred
14 Grecian delight) Didrikson
weights 62 Symptom of a 26 Wonderful
15 Coat or shirt sort 27 When days are
16 Name meaning a 64 Small map done
gift 65 Refuse transport 28 Inventory
17 Bracer 66 Charles and 29 Gov't power org.
18 Greek god Andrew's sister 31 Laughter, in
19 Catchall abbr. 67 Confused Loire
20 Athletic gear 68 Smooth 32 Telecommuni
22 Weary , 69 Sports attire cations org.
24 Besides 70 Tournament 35 Hindu gift
25 Actress rankings 36 Saucy one
Nazimova and 37 Morays
others DOWN 39 NatIl' reserve
26 Races 1 Certain 40 Neck piece
30 Kin finishers 42 Frank and
33 "A room with a 2 Black Mickey's ex
3 Fountain treat 45 Olympian Peggy
34 Place 4 Famous pen 47 Three's-
35 Compass dir. name 48 Uncooked, at
38 Wash 5 Four-time ladies' Maxims
thoroughly open golf champ 49 Olympian Carol
41 Tennis immortal 6 Certain Coast 50 River in Wicklow
Lenglen Guards e county, Ireland
43 Time zone abbr. 7 Supporters, 51 Wyoming range
44 - age of yore 53 Novelist Grey
46 Be of use 8 Bar and others
47 Pertaining to refreshment '55 Bicker
Roman land 9 Bonheur 57 Grafted, in
rules 10 Channel heraldry
48 Title holders swimmer 58 True existence'
49 Plot 11 Pertaining to 59 Require
52 Pound wheels 60 Depots: Abbr.
54 Tennis sisters 12 Plowed ground 63 Spanish year
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FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOMS available for men and women
w/ gym, swimming pool, racquetball courts, weight
room and sauna privileges. For further info, contact
Ann Arbor Y at663-0536,350 S. Fifth Ave. 67C527
AVAILABLE NOW until Sept.-3 bedroom apt. uws
monthly. Fall option. 663-4641. 04C521
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT. I.C.C. Coop. $193/mo.
Available June 8. 769-2677. Persistently. Couple
preferred. 960524
HURON TOWERS EFFICIENCY. Take over lease
mid-August or September. Nice view. Pool. $245
per month. 769-2714after 6:00. 97C524
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT for
fall. 2SblockstoDiag. Parking. 662-7787. 81C521
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT. Fall. Forest
Terrace. $530/mont. Call collect. Jayme, 517-351-
1030. 7C529
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished apartment near
Stadium A & P. Private entrance, $225/month,
until September, fall option. 99419, 663-7824. 94C521
GREAT EFFICIENCY-Campus area. No parking.
$217 includes all utilities, fall option. 663-3332.
60523
ATTRACTIVE BIG OLD fashioned 3 bedroom apt.
Entire floor older house. $300 includes water, heat,
gas. Falloption$0o.663-3332. 87C523
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms,
2 car garage with automatic opener, full basement,
wood deck, use of tennis court & pool. Approx.
1 miles'from campus. Dahlmans Apartments,
543Church,761-7600. cCtc
CAMPUS-FALL
EFFICIENCIES&1 BEDROOMS
We still have a few modern, furnished apartments
starting at $205 month for next Fall. Stop by or
call Dahlman Apartments, 543 Church, at South
University,71-7600. ecte
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom town-
houses occasionally available. Children & small
petswelcome.0665-3116.
Haveashareinacommunity.
WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepa-
rations. VILLAGE APOTHECARY. 2cFt
MUFFLER-Lowest price, first quality. Call 769-
5913 for a price over the phone. Ann Arbor Muffler
on Jackson Ave., only2miles from campus. 7cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560,
1217S. University
cFtc
EARN $5. Psychology experiment in cognitive
processes. One 1% hour session. Call 763-2131, 9-12
a.m. 49F610
YOUNG INDUSTRIALIST SEEKS fun-loving
female crew to man his cabin cruiser on the Port
Huron to Mackinaw race and several other excur-
sions thisummer. Nominal pay for terrific adven-
tur. 735487or 634-1470. 5F521
SEWING-Want unique clothes that really fit? Call
973-975 for expert sewing, tailoring and alterations.
92F522
TUTORING IN ENGLISH. Composition/Literature.
English as a second language. Help in writing/
editing papers, theses, dissertations. Experienced
college professor, Michigan doctorate. 996-4901,
afternoons & evenings. 53F521
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
SD ATHS LOVE
LA D A I L EOPEN R
FO0I L E PE E S
A SC E ND P LE A DI1NG
B A RRY HE A RT TO0N
A VE S C A RTS S IV A
SO0N FIL C H S HO0A T
H YA C IN TH S TO0NE S
T RA NS C LA W
B I0T A C LA RE NC E
B LO0C B R0 0K T RO0UT
M E NU AB A SE S PEDC
_RU S R I" L E 0 E D H

TENNIS LESSONS. Experienced instructor for all
levels. CallBruce, 99-0394. 70F524
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
AustinDiamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
LSAT-GMAT PREPARATION COURSES
Realm Tutoring Service-Reasonable Rates. Call
665-3579for detailsweekdays 1:00-:00p.m. 27F529
MOST COPIES-3t-overnight
Ann Arbor's LOWEST copy prices
Accu-Copy,402Maynard, 769330
cFtc
H E LP WA N TE D
SUMMER JOBS-Earn $8/hr. hustling petitions.
Call JohnSnyder at994-5360. 95H524
STUDENT JOBS-Earn $8/hr. husting petitions.
Call John Snyder at9945364. 95H524
ACTIVISTS
Work with the State's largest consumer organiza-
tion, Michigan Citizens Lobby is seeking outgoing
and politically motivated individuals to wor full-
time summer positions. Work involves canvasing,
,petitioning, and fund raising for a variety of state-
wide economic issues. Opportunities fot advance-
ment. For an interview call 663-624 between 12
p.m. and2p.m.only. cH524
DEPENDABLE STRONG PERSONS to aid dis-
abled woman w/meals, personal care. Part time
mornings and some other hours. Campus area.
662-2734. 01H528
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
br engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to tech-
nical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
and services, and to digital designers and tech-
nicians. 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 as idea of ow we cn
work with you.
SOFTWARESERVICESCORP.
320N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0044
, etC
YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE to live in and ex-
change 4 hours of work for Room and Board. Call
after 4:30 p.m.,996-8235. 83H522
SUMMER RESIDENT CAMP STAFF needed. Mid-
June to early August. All positions open: COUN-
SELORS, WATER-FRONT, NURSE, COOK. Contact
Girl Scouts of Singing Sands, Inc., 1635 North Iron-
wood Dr., South Bend, IN. 46635 or call (219) 2717-000.
25H521
CREATIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC counselors and
specialists for Ramana, Ann Arbor's Jewish com-
munityDayCamp. June 20-A . 3.668-0271. 85H521
FBUSINESS SE RV ICES
PAUL & PAUL PAINTING-Experienced Int./Ext.
Painters. Free estimates; Reasonable prices; Qual-
ity work. Call Paul,0663-3549 or 65-2493. 82J522
MEETING SPACE 700 S.F. available for meetings,
seminars, classes. Campus area. Hourly/daily rate.
1-474-9109. 23J604
TYPING-Dissertations, technical, legal, medical.
Pick up/delivery; reasonable. 487-1640. 13J529
WANTED TO RENT
27 YR. OLD MATURE FEMALE, entering PhD
student looking for room to rent in house or apt.
in Aug. Call Judi collect (609) 924-5371 nights.
62L521
UNIVERSITY staff person seeking unfurnished
(except refrigerator and stove, etc.) efficiency near
campus; with garage or off-street parking. Write
Box KMichian Dail . dLtc
ROOMMATES
WOMEN'S CO-OP needs people. Summer rates
now-Aug. orfraction.Falloption.700-375. 74Y521
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