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Harold
TANGERINE and Maude
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If you find your
name in today's
MICHIGAN DAILY
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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Garage/bakesaleJune23,10-7. Furniture, household
goods, books, records, etc. 2130 Fairbetween Liberty
andJacksonbeforeStadium. 23B0619
Christine Kress-today is your lucky day! Come to
the Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the
State Theatre! dBo618
ANN ARBOk-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday
June 20, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 off I-
94. 275 dealers, everything guaranteed, 8 am-4 pm,
"Early Birds" welcome 5 am. Admission $2.00.
cB0619
Use Daily Classifieds

TWO ROOMS FOR RENT IN BEAUTIFUL
HOME-State/Stadium area, 1 has own bath, en-
trance perfect for two. Mutual kitchen, laundry
facilities. Also dining and living space. 996-1225.
6200C6f19
Own bedroom in Cooperative housing now available.
2-3-4 month options include meals. Call or stopby the
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002SMichigan Union, 662-
4414. eCtc
Eat, Drink, and be Cooperative. Fall spaces for
women at many locations and men at North Campus.
Good meals and many extras. Contact the Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002Michigan Union, 662-4414.
cctc

CHESTNUT NOW LEASING FALL '82
PROPERTIES Oak Terrace Apts.
908 Oakland

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©19n2 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS 51 Grassy plain of
1 Theda Bara et al. South America
6 Game with 32 54 Tank component
cards 55 Beneficiary of a
10 Compressed mass Tontine plan
14 Hoarse cry 58 Kind of dancer
15 Time or tide 59 Leander's beloved
16 Nevada's second 60 Citric and acetic
largest city 63 Golf club
17 Ecclesiastical 64 Malevolent
vestment 65 Biological
18 Bread spread subdivision
19 Galena and 66 Sound of engine
bauxite - trouble
20 Criticsof TV as. 67 Prescribed
"a vast quantity
wasteland" 68 Cereal disease
23 Sadat's
predecessor
25 Desolate to the DOWN
view 1 British decora-
26 The "butts stop tions for bravery
here" 2 Skilled
28 Passes along the workmanship
edge of 3 Revenue agent's
32 - Beta Kappa quarry
33 Large quantity: 4 Having least
Slang coloring
36 Great bargain 5 Kabob holders
37 Come to shore 6 Drive away
39 Pick up the tab 7 Pottery furnaces
41 Irritable 8 Instrumentality
42 Cloth or wheel 9 Skeptical
44 Ethiopian emperor apostle
46 "The Man with the 10 Outstanding TV
" Markham personality
47 Soap opera, for 11 Of flying machines
one 12 Was acquainted
49 Old pros with

13 Greek goddess
of dawn
21 Religious
pamphlet
22 Wearies
23 Birthplace of
Enrico Caruso
24 "What-!"
27 Tall tale
29 False trail
30 Nobel prize poet
in 1913
31 Most cunning
34 Aberdeen's river
35 Droops
38 Oil wildcatter's
concern
40 Musical sound, all
together
43 One of the
collegiate "Big
Three"
45 Uncivilized: Fr.
48 Secured with ropes
50 Shopkeeper
52 New, for
Spaniards
53 Fragrant rootstock
55 Hindu women's
garment
56 Oldest English
university: Lat.
abbr.
57 Short-tailed rodent
58 Tout's stock-in-
trade
61 Batman and
Robin, e.g.
62 High flier: Abbr.

Centt-al Campus Area
Summer Sublet And Fall Rentals
We Offer:
" Modern Apartments
" Furnished Eff. 1 or 2 Bedrooms
" Laundry Facilities
" Air Conditioners
" Dishwashers
" Maintenance Program
" Paid Utilities
" Parking
For informationcall
995-5712/994-4683
cCc
Viscount Apts.
HAVE ONLY ONE TWO BDRM. AN ONE THREE
DRM. BILEVEL,,BATH AND A HALF, APT. LEFT.
THE ULTIMATE IN MODERN FURNISHED
UNITS. BEFORE OR AFTER YOUR CLASS JUST
WALK ACROSS THE STREET FOR A GAME OF
RACQUET BALL, WORK OUT, OR A SWIM AT
THE CCRB. (CORNER OF WASHTENAW
AVE/GEDDES AVE.) LIVE IN RESIDENT MOE.
AND 24 HR. EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE SER-
VICE.
FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE VERY BEST
Campus Rentals
S. Unersity at Washtenaw
Open Sat.°1:00a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Call Lani or Doug 665-8825
cCtc
FALL RENTAL: Furnished, modern, large, 1 and 2
bedrooms, parking, laundry, utilities included. Rent
$335-500/month. 121 E. Hoover, near Im Building;
Corner of Glenn and Fuller near Med Center. 665-
0555,769-4350. cCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $215.00. Two bedroom
townhouses $259.00. Three bedroom townhouses $286.
Childrenandsmallpets welcome. 665-3116.
Off Pontiac Trail-1A Mile North of Barton Dr.
Have a share in a community
cCtc
FALL-Modern 2 bdrm. apt.; furnished, close to
campus. $425m480.8 mo. negotiable. 434-3803. 4700619
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WE'VE HELD THE LINE ON
1982-83 FALL RATES
MANY OF OUR FINE CAMPUS APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES ARE GOING AT 1981RATES
" Rooms * Efficiencies
" 1, 2,3 Bedrooms
" WholeHouses, 2-4 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Available
at
McKINLEY
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUSARCADE
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F-6,SAT. 10-2
cCtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
BERG N OPE STING
SR E L A T 0Z T E NOR
G I NA T H 0R E NT IA
S E T STHEP A CE E R N
SO0A R AL F RE D
BO0N BO0N P A NE L
I D i0T R IN D I M A N
FO0N T CA T TY P iC 0
F RE T A C HE ZON E S
L UC KY R AN D RY
P A TE NT M A NE
R A D IO ROT C V E
A T A L L A STI ISE E
K E YED M 0 00 GE RM

" Deluxe efficiencies and one bedroom apts. " Fur-
nished " A/C " Dishwasher " Laundry facilities "
Parking. Lockedstorage e"Heat included "
Call 994-4978 after 5:00 persistently and weekends.
cCtc
ONE BEDROOM-will share house. 807 Miner. 761-
6611, ask for Charles Rush. 59C0619
Fall term vacancies. Tri-Gon Fraternity, 761-5145,
callanytime. 58C0619
CAMPUS
Reduced'
Fall Rates
THE FINEST NEW & MODERN FURNISHED EF-
FICIENCIES, 1 AND 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ON CAMPUS.
ALSO
New Home
OVERLOOKING DENSE WOODS WITH
FIREPLACE, THREE BEDROOMS AND DEN OR
FOUR BEDROOMS, 2 CAR GARAGE, FULL
BASEMENT, USE OF TENNIS COURT & POOL.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
543 CHURCH AT
S. UNIVERSITY
761-7600
cCtc
GOOD DEAL-5 bdrm. house for rent. Furnished. 10
min. walk to Diag. Fireplace. Washer & dryer. Lease
thru next April. $150/per person plus util. Leave
message at 663-1723. 49C0619
FURNISHED 1 BDRM. APT. NEAR CAMPUS.
AvailableSept. $320. 455-1487. eCtc
Fall Rental
Forest Terrace Apartments
1001S. Forest
MODERN 2-BEDROOM APTS. available for fall.
Fully furnished and. carpeted. Each Apt. equipped
with its own burglar alarm system. Private parking
free. Garbage disposals-air conditioning. 24 hr.
emergency maintenance service. Line in resident
manager; laundry and storage facilities.
SEE MANAGER IN APT. 211
769-6374,994-4978or 761-2559
Call persistently
cCtc
$420 per Month
Modern 2 Bedroom, 2 Man
Furnished apartments for fall includes heat, water,
parking, washer & dryer and storage lockers. 4
blocks to Rackham.
Listingsalsoavailable for furnished campus studio &
one bedroom apartments. Bi-level 3 bedroom duplex
with fireplace. 5 bedroom, 2 bath house.
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron
663-4101
eCtc
APARTMENTS FOR FALL
1981RATES
Year Leases. No Pets.
Furnishedefficiency, 1&2bdrm.apts.
$230-$500.663-5609
eCtc
5 bdrm. 1% bath, furnished house 1% blocks to Diag
near CCRB. Separate dining room. Fall Occupancy,
parking, laundry facilities nearby and screened por-
ch. 663-4101. cCtc
CAMPUS 6 bdrm., beautiful renovation, $1150/mo.,
plus util. Michele, 662-3283,668-8884. 34C0619
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