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ge six THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SLIZA TION: ~ ~ .:_____________________________________~_...
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Landlords respond to ii m mu : . :--

Sunday, Februa
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(Continled from Page 1) . . Landlords also disagree with the
Burnham claims his mainten- union that damage deposits are
:ce is the best in town and be- stolen by landlords; the majority
eves his tenants are satisfied. of landlords return these deposits,
There's give and take between they claim.
,ndlords and tenants. Who needs
tenants union?' I'm running Feigelson argues that damage
sines honst and fair.Idon', deposits cannot be eliminated be-
iink the Tenants Union is nec- cause "n cases where we did not
haye araedeoi ehv
ssary to make things i h h e a damage deposit we have
round here. I don't know how it been stuck 100 per cent of the-
as last year. I'm just trying to me nants haelf the aprt
rake it better." ment in a situation where it is
But others say some change has not in a reasonable state of re-
sulted from the strike. pair,'
"One of the biggest assets of Feigelson adds that "over 90
e rent strike," s a y s landlord a ent of the people get all their!
damage deposit. back."
aup "has been a significant im- On the whole, landlords s a y
rovement of repair of Ann Arbor they are doing all they can to keep
partments. The union, he says,. rents down and apartments in
nproved maintenance by "focus-
ig on the deficiencies." good shape.
They seem to resent the union's
"We feel we hadI good main ten-~ chargso repniiiy
nce before and we've improved rges of irresponsibility.
over the last couple of years. They freely admit there are bad
here's no ay for code deficien- landlords - not themselves - but
are quick to point out that a ma-
Les to slip back."ajrt ftelndod aeaot
Terrill agrees. "The Tenants I jority of the landlords careabout
nion has put a lot of people on their tenants. ,
heir toes. I think tehey have ed- Tenants Union members dis-
cated landlords and tenants pute practically everything t h e
boat maintenance problems." He landlords say, claiming the con-
ays now that both groups have flict between the two groups is
een educated they will k e e p inevitable.'
partment maintenance at its
resent level.
- Tenants Union officials take .is-
uie on this last point. Burghardt
ays maintenance was "atrocious"
intil the union came into exis-
ence. And he believes that unless
he Tenants Union continues,
iaintenance will revert back to
that he considers its terrible En ge r

(Continued from Page 3)
fluence and. Effluents" Rackham Am-
phitheater, 8:00 p.m.t
Profressional Theatre Program (Phoen-
ix Theatre) - Helen Hayes and James
Stet, in Harvev : L di. Mendel4-'

East Lansing, Mi.
Glencoe, 11.
Make appts. for interviews beginning
Monday, Jan. 26, on first come, first
serve, basis. aCl Mrs. Krieger, 764-7459.

sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m. Interviews in General Division Place-
ment Services, make appts. by calling
. , '763-1363 early in week. Information on
Gener al No .ticrequirements, and details on organiza-
tions may be received by calling this
School of Nursing Students: sign up no. or checking with Job Interview Bul-
for pre-classification time with your letin-
counselor's secretary, starting Monday Maritime Admin.
mornifng, Feb. 2.I Mich. Dept. of Civil Serv.
Applications for LS&A Scholarships Rand Corp.
for Summer Term (ITIB) and next Fall Westdale Realtors
and Winter Terms now avail, in Rm. Defense Intelligence Agency
1220 Angell Hall, Completed applcs. dule Ford Motor Co.
by Feb. 27. Applicants must have at Harris Trust and Savings Bank
least 3.0 grade pt.. in LS&A. Scholar- National Cash Register Co.
ships awarded on both need and schol- The Upjohn Co.
arship; need is primary consideration. First National Bank of Chicago
ru .,oI e, une A: nl inIIrg

Pl acement Servie
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Placement: Following sglhools to in-
terview prospective teachers in our
office during the we'k of Feb. 9. Add'l
information included in Placement Bui-'
letins, and posted on campus bulletin
boards:
Northbrook, Ill. - No. 27 ~ ,
Warren. Mi. - Warren Woody S.D.
Flint, Mi.- Beecher Schs,
Newton, Mass.f
Grand Blanc, Mi.a
Inkster, Mi. - Cherry Hill S.D.'
Adrian, Mi.
Midland, Mi.c
Mt. Clemens. Mi. - L'Anse Cruse P.s.
Southfield, Mi.v
Westport, Conn.r

Manufacturers Bank
Milwaukee County Civil Service
Commission
Aetna Life and Casualty
Boys Farm and Training School
National Security Agency
Radio Corp. of America '
Detroit Bank and Trust
Port of New York Authority
Sears Roebuck and Co.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 SAB, Lower Level
Interviews at SPS:
Camp Scotmar, Coed, Calif., Feb. 5
from 3-5 p.m., gen. couns, unit heads
and spec. in arts and crafts, sports, na-
ture and science and riding.
Camp Ma-Hi-Ya, Jewish community
ctr. of Toledo, Soc. Wk, camp, Feb. 6,
10-5 p.m., admin. asst. program dir,
waterfront dir,, spec. in arts & crafts,
music, campcraft, maintenance man.

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rig,

Another area of disagreement is
er rents. Landlords say the high
st of living in the city, along
nth a high property tax - 20
r cent of gross rent - forces
nts up.
"I'll dispute the fact that rent
r students is proportionately
gher thai in other cities with
nilar -rent situations," says
pup.
Damage deposits a r e another
sputable point.,
The Ambassador Co. and Char-
says they pay their tenants
e per cent interest on damage
posits, though $urghardt be-
ves this is unusual.
Credit by Examination
for juniors and seniors
:oncentrating in English
Exams to be given Fri. &
Sot., March 27 & 28 in
English 231, 356 and
Surveys--37l, 372, 373,
374.
Exams in other courses
will be offered if suffi-
cient demand.,
SIGN UP WITH PROF. MULLIN
444 Mason Hall by
5 PM.-Feb. 6

Math and

Science
Majors

I

BM will be

interviewing
on campus
Feb.18,19

if you're interested
in a career in
science and engineering,
program ming, or marketing,
sign up at your
placement office.
An Equal Opportunity Employer

IM

-Tear out this APARTMENT REGISTRATION CONTRACT and bring it in-

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GET YOUR MAN WITH A
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OCCUPANCY DATE ___ ._TERMINATION DATE
NUMBER OF BEDROOMS_ TO SHARE__

PRICE RANGE FOR ENTIRE APT._ _ NEGOTIATE?

AR CONDITIONING _____ M MODERN APT.?_HOUSE

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3. Lessor agrees to notify this agency within two days after the apartment is rented.

2, Maintaining current lists and information of al available apartments and terms.
3. Preparing a lease contract if necessary.
It is understood that there is no absolute guarantee that the apartment will be rented, However, if it
is vacant for 30 days, and monies are lost due to vacancy, fifty per cent of the sublet fee will be refund-
ed if a completed application for refund is filed with this agency within 10 days following the thirty
day vacancy period. All refunds will be paid within 10 days from the date the refund application is

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