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Page 12-Friday, June 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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FOR SALE
STEREO FOR SALE, must sell, cheap. $75 includes
cartridge player. Charlie, 995-9341. 27B617
20 2 X 4's, USED, 10' LONG, aged; 99t each. Call
Mr. Earlat663-8244. dBtc
77KZ400DL with saddle bags, rack, sissy bar, fairing,
helmets lock, cover, and rain suit. $950 or best
offer. 1-537-5326. 140613
REAL BARGAINS-Waltham simulated 2-carat
diamond white 14K gold ring, $100. Brand new
wicker towel stand, light brown, never used, $20.
Three-piece bath rug set (stool cover, stool rug, and
rectangular rug), new, $15. McCall's complete
washable card set, excellent, $20. Artcarved dia-
mond ring, size 81, worn only twice, white and gold
band with small diamonds, real value at $125.
Call Kermit at 769-7824 between 4:3"-6*00 p.m.,
ONLY, PLEASE; or between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m.
weekends; thanks. dBtc
FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE ROOM-Near campus-coops. Pos-
sible kitchen privileges. Now $139. Fall option. 663-
3332. 09C0617
FURNISHED ROOMS available immediately in
five bedroom apartment on East Liberty one block
from State Street ($80 per month through August).
Call663-5609. cCtc

FO RENT FOR RENT
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-3-4 person house. No pets,
one year lease, $525 plus utilities. References. 97 KEEP COOL. Rent a room air conditioner. Also
3513. 97C618 rentals of TV's & Stereos. HiFi Studio; 215 S.
Ashley, Ann Arbor, 48108,769-0342. cCtc

THE NEW
GREEN TERRACE
$200 REBATE
ONLYSLEFTFOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
OFFER EXPIRES JULY 5, 1980
Large one and two bedroom apartments with new
carpet, new drapes, new pool, 1% baths. Near EMU
and St. Joseph Hospital. Within easy commuting
distance to U of M. From $285 per month including
gas heat and cable TV before rent credit.
MODEL/OFFICE
483-7300
77GREENROAD,NO.10 -
YPSILANTI
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat.9a.m. tolp.m.
FALL LEASESNOW BEINGSIGNED
Take Huron River Drive to LeForge, North on
LeForgetoGreen Roadtomodels.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
cCtc
MODERN 1 & 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS avail-
able for fall, 2 blocks fromcampus. Contact Chestnut
Properties, 994-4683. 89C617

SUMMER STORAGE-Clean, private units from
$14/month. 1 mile from U-M football stadium. Stow
Away Self-Storage, 769-119. cC816
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom town-
houses occasionally available. Children & small,
petswelcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community.
cCtc
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. Dahlmann Apartments,
543Church, 761-7600. cCtc_
ROOM FOR RENT near business and law schools.
Single room in quiet house. Fall option available.
$100. Call663-2492evenings. 95C614

HELP WANTED
SUMMER SOCIAL WORKER position available.
Camp Tamarack at Brighton. Call 313-299-9166.
96H614
WANTED-Overweight persons needed for a diges-
tive hormone stud[. Renumeration is $30. For
further information call Kevin Pienta at 7644821.
22H618
SEEKING CAMPUS representative to buy un-
wanted textbooks from professors. Pleasant, highly
profitable part-time work. Requires $100 working
capital. For details write: Student Bookbuyers, 509
Winding Way, Anderson, IN 46011. 28H613
BABYSITTER, 6-year-old girl. -Weekly mornings
6:30 a.m,-9 a.m. Northwood Five. My home or
yours. 996-4961after5. 19H614
PART-TIME WORKERS needed 18 years or older.
Earn up to $30/day circulating petitions. Appear in
person daily M-F, June 12-July 3 at 9:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. only at the Ann Arbor Education Asso-
ciationoffice, 4141 JacksonRd. 17H621
BABYSITTER, warm creative, responsible person
to care for my 5 and 6 year olds in my Burns
Park home. Weekdays 12:30-6:00 through July.
Begin immediately. Call 761-8477 eves. and week-
endsa. 1 21
PERSIAN TYPIST NEEDED. 704-0314, call between

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 - is it!
5 Claro, for one
10 Berets
14 Garment
15 Gay"
famous plane
16 Pothers
17 18th cent. Eng-
lish writer
20 See 27 Across
21 Agenda entries
22 Caviar, for ex-
ample
23 Mod 41 Across
24 Ladybug's diet
27 With 20 Across,
~ subject for 17
Across
30 Twice-told
31 Leading
32 Globe
34 Miniscule
35 "Are you a man
- mouse?"
36 Nucleus
37 Downcast
38 Island in the
Moluccas
40 Seeker of 53
Across

41 Broadway fare
43 Discourages
44 Unhealthily pale
45 Charge it
46 Sec
48 Alluded (to)
53 Treasure guarded
by a dragon:
Phrase-
55 Whether -
56 Recipe unit
57 Seldom seen
58 Satellite
59 Well-known
60 Urban headache
DOWN
1 Strode
2 Doughnut
feature
3 Wading.bird
4 Rigor
5 Surely, of yore
6 "Picnic" author
7 Beneficial
8 The works
9 Certain tires
10 Tourist's burden
11 Take ' view
12 Olla and crock
13 Quielt!

18 Undermine
19 Shore bird
23 King of Tyre
24 Lawyers: Abbr.
25 Trojan War king
26 Nehru or Gandhi
27 Kind of pneu-
monia
28 Solan
29 Gaffe
31 Inroad
33 Gazzara and
namesakes
36 Party men of a
sort
38 Food fish
39 Flight
formation
40 Gem
42 Asian city
43 Took off
46 Across, old style
47 City on the
Truckee
48 Kind of income
49 Noun ending
50 The McCoy
51 Beige
52 Judge
53 Comedian Poston
54 Pair

CAMPUS-FALL 8-5. 99H
WORK/STUDY, Typist needed immediately, 5
EFFICIENCIES & 1 BEDROOMS wpm. $4.30/hour, 10 hours/week. Call 6624597, M
We still have a few modern, furnished apartments 10-5. 03H
starting at $285 month for next Fall. Stop by or
call Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church, at South
University, 761-7600. cCtc COMPUTER PEOPLE
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent, near
main library and "Y," $250/mo., gas and water We're helping many companies in the area fil
included. Call after 4p.m., 665-9221. .C614 variety of permanent, shorter-term and consult
positions, and we want to talk to people looking
apply their experience in either applications
system software in commercial, scientific, realti
EARN $3 participating in very interesting psy- or engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to te
chological experiment. Right handed males only. nical writers and experienced people for sa
763-0115. 21F619 Tech support and marketing of hardware, softwa
and services, and to digital designers and te
MUFFLER-Lowest price, first quality. Call 709- nicians. We're knowledgeahle, and we think yot
5913 for a price over the phone. Ann Arbor Muffler lihe working with us. Call, mail in your resume,
on Jackson Ave., only 2 miles fromcampus. 7cFtc drop is, and we'll give you an idea of how we ,
MOSTCOPIES-3%t-overnight workwithyou.
Ann Arbor'slowest copy prices
Accu-Copy, 402Maynard, 769-8338. SOFTWARESERVICESCORP.

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PHOTOGRAPHS using the bromoil process by
California photographer Larry Welker through June
30 at the BLIXT GALLERY, Nickels Arcade, M-Sat.:
10-5,662-022. cF620
VILLAGE APOTHECARY-May we help you with
your non-prescription needs? 1112 S. University.
4cFtc
SUPERLEARNING. Lozanov accelerated learning
techniques. A complete course for learning mastery.
For information write: International Learning
CenterP.O. Box2961, Garland, TX75041. 12F620
OFFSET AND-XEROX
FASTLOWCOSTDUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217S. University
cFtc
ANN ARBOR-THEANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
June 15, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175,
off I-94, 275 dealers, everything GUARANTEED for
adthenticity. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Early Birds welcome
after5a.m.). 66F613
MAKELOVE!-NOTWA.IU
(It's good for ourhbusiness)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
POES. P LAN ASSET
A L L 0 YOR E S T A LE
S E UL RO0U T SO A R
SO0L E CI1SM SOL E M N
NO0T SOR E
R E SOL ES C AT NA P S
EL L IS COO K S R E P
V IE D L A I S H E RE
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L E TT ICE DO RMAN T
ROT |S R IM
SO0L E NT R IS SOL E S
C RA NE L 0 00 C UT A
A D I T S OM EN K NOT
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320 N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0044
cHtc
TEMPORARY JOBS INALGUST & SEPTEMBER
Your student bookstore is now accepting applica-
tions for Fall Book Rush. Full time work. $3.59/
hour. Apply now at University Cellar-530 South
State (Michigan Union) Monday-Friday, 9:30-5:30.
80H614
BUSINE SS SERVICE S
WRITING-Editorial services, creative, academic.
Rewriting and copy writing.662-4680. 05J621
TENNIS AND GOLF INSTRUCTION offered by
certified coach to adults and children. Reasonable
ratesandflexiblehours. Call971-0599. 25J621
TYPING-Term papers, resumes, etc. $1.10-1.25/
page. CallPatorLarry,663-0835. 94J614
WRITINGSERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing.
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566.
cJtc
USED CA RS
VW BUG '69. Runs well, little rust. $575 or best
offer. 995-5218. 15N617
SITUA TIONS WA NTED
CERTIFIED TEACHER would like to care for
children in my home. Call 971-0599. Special tutoring
also available. 240710
RIDER WANTED-To San Francisco. Share ex-
pense and driving. Leaving June 17/18. Call Eve,
665-4841or 763-0244. 11P614
DRIVING TO DENVER? If you are planning trip
to Denver area, leaving week of July 2 and return-
ing July 6 or 7, please call Kermit at 764-8585
between 8 p.m. and midnight. Will share expenses
anddriving. dPtc
SUBLET
SPACIOUS, -SUNNY 'ROOM in friendly house,
three blocks from campus. Available immediately
for entire summer. CHEAP. Call996-0848. dU62
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