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Thursday, February 19, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Deadline 12:30 p.m.

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55,
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FALL OCCUPANCY
Geddes-Observatory
area
Four man, 2 bedroom,
furnished opts.
Air-conditioned

SUMMER SUBLET
FEMALE GRAD. wants single apt. or
room to sublet for summer with op-
tion for fall. Old or modern. aill
764-8951. 15L37
WANTED TO RENT

Campus Management, Inc.
662-7787 335 E. Huron
38Ctc
SUBLET SERVICE
We rent for you. We have tenants now.
Student Living Quarters, 1217 8. Uni-
versity, 662-6591. 460tc

711 ARCH--1-2-3 bedroom apts. air-
conditioning, balconies, dishwashers,
parking. 761-7848 or 761-8055. 120tc
TRADEWINDS APT. 2-3-4 man apts., bi-
levels, balconies, central air-cond.,
covered parking, garbage disposal,,
laundry facilities, bus service to cam-
pus. Make fall reservations now. 761-
8055. ,13tc
THOMAS PLAZA-Modern 3 & 4 man
apts.. with built-in studies, balcony,
air conditioning and laundry. Close
to campus. Call 769-4759 or 761-8055.
14Ctc
BI-LEVELS--1 or 2 bedrooms for 2-4
people. Includes air conditioning,
parking, laundry and dishwasher. Call
after 5:00, 663-3809 or 761-8055. 15to
SUMMIT HOUSE-1-2-3-bedroom apts.
Featuring air-conditioning, balconies.
16Ctc

ROOMS - APARTMENTS
;Fall and Summer
COOK & BURKARD
769-6637

10C41

APARTMENTS FOR RENT, old and
new, McKinley Associates, 1223 Hill,
663-6448. 7Ctc
SUMMER SUBLET. 1-3 man on S. Univ.
r Ave. above Village Belli Only 6 min.,
to campus. Amazingly close to every-
thing. 663-5417. 8037
4 BDRM. FARM HOUSE with fireplace
has 2 vacancies. Situated by river on
8 acres. 8 mi. out of Ann Arbor. Call
after 11 a.im 483-6745. 9039
4th GIRL needed. Apt. near hospitals.
Available March 1. Call 761-2519 after
5:30 p.m. 6C38
AVAILABLE NOW-1 or 2 man modern
effic. apt. Air cond., disposal, carpet,
drapes. $140/mo. Utilities incl. except
elec. and phone. Close-in campus. Pets
allowed. Call Margaret at 761-9053
ext. claims dept. or 769-6241. 5038
ARBOR FOREST APT.
Campus-721 S. Forest
Now renting for spring and summer %
terms and fall, 1 and 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartments. Inquire Mrs. Mar-
tin, Resident Mgr. Apt. 102 or Phone
663-6052 or 769-1258. 4045
WANTED-3 girls to sublet large, mod.
apt. close to hospital and campus,'
May to Aug. Air conditioning, dish-
washer, parking. 761-5542. 3039,
LOW RENT - Separate room in large
house. Kitchen available. 1% miles
from campus. Call 761-7807. 50037
1, 2, 3 BDRM. townhouses from $103/mo.
Call 761-2006 bet. 12 and 8 p.m., daily
and Sunday. Closed Thurs. 24037
SUMMER & FALL
Deluxe furnished 2 bedrom units. 4-
man, close to campus, 'parking, 4-8-12
month. Forest Glen Apt., Mgr. No.
102, 927 S. ,Forest Ave. After 5 p.m.
662-6156. 41Ctc
EDINBURGH APTS.-912 Brown St.-
2 bdrm. apt. available for both sum-
mer sublet and fall occupancy: fur-
nished units include: air-cond., dish-
washer, 'commuter bus service, also
ample parking for all tenants cars.
Both 3 and 4 man units available. For
info. call 761-6156, 665-9866, or 761-
3466, or inquire personally after 6
p.m. 11034
014 CAMPUS apartments and rooms.
Student Living Quarters, 1217 S. Uni-
versity, 662-6591. 47Ctc
WINTER TERM ROOMS at legal frater-
nity. Fre parking, 1 blk from Union,
mandatory board. Peter Weinbaum.
761-9220. Scte
RM. FOR 2 PEOPLE in mo. 5-man.
Right on campus. 663-9462. 43CTC
BARGAIN CORNER'

rt-\LL KtE".N I \LJ
Luxurious 1 2, and 3 bedroom apart-
ments. Call
761-8055
or stop by our rental office at
7/37 Packard
' 60ctc
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
Summer & Fall
521 Walnut Street
2Bdrms, 3 & 4 Man
modern, large, dishwasher, parking'
668-6906
27Ctc
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
ALBERT
TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
Large and luxurious 2 bedroom bilevel
apts, completely furnished and car-
peted. Convenient to hospital and
campus areas. 3-5 man. Featuring:
I1 % baths
dishwasher
balcony or patio
air conditioned
spacious closets
soundproofed
off'street parking
storage and laundry facilties
Inquire at lobby office Monday thru
Friday 1:30-5:30, or phone 761-1717 for
appointment.

WANTED TO RENT - One bedroom
apartment for immediate occupancy.
Call Ron, 769-4732. LCO
HELP YOUR Neighbor. If you are liv-l
ing in a nice old house or half of a
house that you won't be living in
next year, and that house is near
campus, please let us know at 769-
7263. L
WANTED TO RENT
MALE JUNIOR seking abode for fall.
Need another roommate to help pay
the Ann Arbor slumlord? Call Carl,
76373802, late. LB
ANYONE WHO knows about old houses
or halves of old housed near campus
for fall call 769-7263. L
WE WILL FIND your apartment for
you. Student Living Quarters, 1217
S. University, 662-6591. 7Ltc
9 GIRLS looking for house close to
campus. Will take 12 month lease
starting spring. Call 764-8654 or 764-
8665. LF
ROOMMATES WAN ED
2 OR 3 GIRLS WANTED to live with
two or three boys for fall term. Broth-
er-Sister type relationship. Jay, 764-
2845. 15Y42
GIRL WANTED. Own bedroom in 3
man apt. $85/month FOR FOUR
MONTHS IN WINTER 71 term. 769-
4716, 663-1785, or 761-1637. Anytime.
YA
GIRL WAN' ED for 3-man apt. $67/mo.,
near campus. 769-1483. 13Y40
NEED 2 male roommates through sum-
mer. Campus location. $70 mo. Call
Marty, 769-3190 afternoons. 14Y40
OWN ROOM in -on-campus apartment.
For graduate female. 665-7020. 12Y40
SUMMER SUBLET. Your own bedroom.
Mod. apt., dishwasher, A.C. Lottsa
parking. 769-6243. . 11Y52
ONE MAN WANTED for mod. 2-man
near Frieze now thru Aug. 761-1384.
8Y35
4TH MAN NEEDED for apt. 2 blocks
from campus. Call 761-5088 after 5.
9Y36
4TH MALE roommate needed. Campus
location. 769-5993 or 663-6448. 47Ytc
LOST AND FOUND
4-MONTH-OLD female, black cocker
spaniel, answers to Natasha, lost
around 6 P.M. vicinity Oakland, Tap-
pan and E. Univ. on Wednesday, Feb.
17. Please call 662-3667. 44A38
LOST: Round Gold Watch, black leath-
er band. Lecoultre. Call Amy at 769-
0754. 42A39
FOUND: Female Siamese, Devonshire
area, about a nite ago, pale color, 4 or
5 yrs. old. 663-2318. 43A37
LOST-One cat? No tail, of Persian
origin, spaced out, dark-grey grissled.
Name of Jenkins. E. Univ. and Oak-
land area. Call 769-4443. 38A37
LOST: 1 yr. old female cat. Grey,
short-hair, yellow eyes. Last seen Fri.,
the 13th, on Ann and State Streets
at 5:30 P.M, Please cal 761-5198, after
5. 39A39
LOST: Long green knit scarf Friday in
V-Bell. Tom. 761-7945. 40A37
FOUND: Brown and white male kitten,
cute. 665-2480. FD
BUSINESS SERVICES
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService
1 typing
printing
thesis service
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
prompt, accurate, low priced
7Jt
TYPING DONE on electric typewriter.
Very reasonable. Call 484-0137, Yspi.
18J3
TYPING-Thesis, term papers, etc. Call
Polly, 769-3536. 11J23
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work'in her home,. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jt
CAMPUS MULTISERVICE
THESES
Least Expensive, Most Reliable Service
in Ann Arbor

NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS, regis-
tered breed. Call 483-5973. TX

2 MAIN FLOOR TICKETS to C. Adder-
ly concert. 761-0358 after 5. Q
DO YOU WANT TO BUY TICKETS, OR
HAVE TICKETS YOU WANT TO SELL
OR TRADE? READ AND USE THE
NEW DAILY CATEGORY, TICKETS
FOR QUICK RESULTS. Q
MISCELLANEOUS
FEB. 20 and 21, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.,
School of Public Health Aud-free of
charge, First Environmental Film Fes-
tival," featuring Pandora's Easy-Open
Flip-top box, The Third Pollution,
etc. 15M38
FEB. 19, Angell Hall Aud. A, 8:00 p.m.,
"Environmental Stresses and Survival
-A Public Health Issue." Speakers:
Dr. Ian T. T. Higgins: "Effects of
Sulfur Dioxide": Dr. Stanley Schu-
mann: "Heat Stress"; Dr. Bertran
Dinnan, "Effects of Carbon Monox-
ide." 13M37
WANTED-Married couple to live in,
care for 5 children, ages 3-13, March
15-22, 764-7529 (Days), 665-5917 (Eve-
nings). 12M39
SUPPORT AN EXPERIMENT in edu-
cation. Clonlara School. Donations,
769-6230. 11M37

RIDE NEEDED to Ithaca, N.Y. fort
spring break. Will share driving and
expenses. 764-6634. GC
HELP WANTED
HOUSE WORK AND LAUNDRY: 8-10t
hr/wk. Faculty home. Transportation
provided if necessary. 668-8742 eves.
22H39
SECRETARY1
To Corporate Executive. Type 60,
Shorthand 100. New office, minutes
from Ann Arbor. Liberal fringe
benefits. Send resume and salary
desired, to Box 11, care of the
Daily. 2lHtc
GIRL, for light housekeeping and cook-
ing on 4 acre suburban farm for Univ.
employee and student son. Commuter
ride available (cycle or car). Must
like cats and feeding birds. Please in-
quire after 7 p.m., 449-4222. HD
WANTED: undergrad coed to type part-
time til May. 769-2382, Don. 201137
COUNSELORS WANTED for Camp
Somerset for girls and Camp Cob-
bossee for boys. Require men and
women highly skilled in camp activi-
ties at least 21 years of age preferably
with previous camp counselling expe-
rience. Camps are located in theState
of Maine. Positions available in all
departments. Write full details to
Camp Office, 225 East 57th Street, New
York, New York, 10022. 14H45
WANTED-COEDS to sell a completely
new product. Very good profit. If
interested, write to P.O. Box 4627,
Toledo, Ohio. 35H14'
PERSONAL
FRAT-well got stung when again the
bell rung. FP
A VICE-PRESIDENT of Consumers Pow-
er Co. will meet in open forum with
the law school's Environmental Law
Society on Tues. the 25th in room
100 of Hutchins Hall at noon. He will
defend the legality and propriety of
Consumer's policy of parceling out
wilderness river frontage to private
lease-holders for building of summer
homes. ENACT ill be present and
undoubtedly other issues will be
raised. 30F41
DISCOUNT BOOKSTORE? We've been
discounting diamonds in Ann Arbor for
years. AUSTIN DIAMOND, 1209 S.
University. 663-7151. F
SUPPORT ECOLOGY: SHOOT YOUR
DOGS AND CATS. F
Undergrads and Grads
Tired of Studying?
Take a break at
AN ALL CAMPUS
MIXER
.SUNDAY. FEB. 22 AT 8 P.M.
AT THE HOUSE
1429 Hill
$.25 Admission
29F40

PERSONAL
GUILD WINTER RETREAT U of M'
fresh air camp. Feb. 21, Noon to Feb.'
22, 5 p.m. Theme: "Life styles in
transition." Outdoor recreation. For
reservations, call 662-5189. 20F37
GRAD STUDENT desires to meet a
coed who is warm, empathic and free
of hang-ups. Write A. Friend, 614
Monroe, Ann Arbor. 21F40
FREE JOB SERVICE. Comeein and
register. Student Employment Serv-
ice. We will find you part-time jobs.
1217 S. University. 22F40
PRIVATE AIRCRAFT will fly anywhere,
anytime, expenses shared. Call Bob at
665-6050 for additional information.
24Ftc
STUDENTS LOANS
$300,000 available
U of M Students Credit Union
In the Michigan Union 23F67
ICC CO-OPS are student-owned. Living
in a co-op means responsibility, work,
low-cost-and fun. Find out more at
the Co-op Mass Meeting, Sunday, Feb.
22, 2:30 p.m., League Ballroom. 25F39 1
YOUR OWN ROOM in 4-man sublet
'til end of term or Aug. Rent nego-
tiable. 761-0749 after 6. 19F39
NIKKOR WIDE-ANGLE LENS-24mm
f 2.8. Small, fast and wide. Lists for
$180-used only a couple of times-
sell for $125. Andy, 761-3099 or 665-
3316. FF
URINE COUNTRY CLUB
The Underground Hole. 17537
TVs for RENT
19" Zenith portables, free service and
delivery, no deposit required. Call
Nejac TV Rentals, 662-5671. 9Fto
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER to
most, major organizations in Ann Ar-
bor is also once again available for
individual free-lance photography.
Call Richard Lee, 761-9452, 764-0552.
Ftc

Ftc

PERSONAL
ORGY 30,000 FEET
IN THE AIR
FLY UAC FLIGHTS
'O EUROPE IN 1970

TIRED OF LOOKING for a place to
live? Student Living Quarters can
probably help you . . . stop in for
a cup of coffee and we'll tell you
4 w "-hat's available, for what rent and
what our deal is-1217 S. Univ. 2Ftc
STOP I
Being hassled! Let us battle the ele-
mentIs for you.. weather or what-
ever . . We'll find you a placeto.
live. Student Living Quarters, 1217 S.
University. 662-6591. 4Ftc

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED.
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 & $12 Rb htegl
alive. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9-4.
Wed. 1-7 18-21 years old need par-
ent's permission
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894

CHARTER REALTY

CARMINA BURANA I
Profane songs of the 12th century
performed by the YFU ALUMNI'
CHORALE under the baton of the
Uruguayan maestro Dr. Eric Si-
mon. Huron Hi Aud. Wed., Feb. 18,
8 p.m. No charge. FB
NEED PAPERS TYPED? Call 769-2368.
10F46
GENERATION is good enough for the
Bodleian Library in Oxford, England.
Find out if it is good enough for you.
FF1

GUARANTEED TO RA 183E YOUR
GRADE POINT average and your self.
confidence with a minimum of effort.
Doubtful? Send today to: Better
Speech, Dept. B-4. 4926 N. Monticello,
Chicago. Illinois. 38Fte
STUDENTS-Summer employment op-
portunities with leading British
Hotels. Chatter flights from $170.60
New York-London-New York. Bas-
sette International, 60 Pyle Street,
Newport, 1.W., Hants, England. 37Ftc
PAGAIN
Carl Orff's 'Carmina Burana' per-
formed by the Youth for Under-
standing Alumni Chorale, dir. by
Dr. Eric Simon. Huron Hi Aud.,
Feb. 18, 8 p.m. Admission compli-
mentary. FB

5Ctc

RESMRVE YOUR APARTMENT
'NOW FOR NEXT FALL!

RUMMAGE SALE Sat., Feb. 21. 9 a.m.-
4 p.m. Ann Arbor Community Cen-
ter. Clonlara School Benefit. (A Sum-
merhill theory school.) 19B38
OPEL-1968. Ex. cond. Lots of extras.
Call Sat. 434-1429. 9B39.
GENERATION: on sale this week in
the Fishbowl, Angell Hall and better
stores. BB
MUSKRAT JACKET in excellent condi-
tion. Reasonably priced-Call 662-
0371. 8B39
GIBSON ELECTRIC solid body guitar,
sunburst finish, 2 pickups, hand tre-
ble, case, $125. Rick, 665-7966. B?
BARBELLS, 700 lb. Will sell separate
sets. 761-3331 after 4:30. 4B38
FOR SALE: Fiberglass Skis. Pair Dyna-
star 207 cm. slalom. Pair Kastle 210
cm. slalom. Call 761-5347. BE
FOR SALE-Cheap matresses and box
springs, commercial grade in good
condition. Also, desk lamps and dssk
chairs. For information, call 769-3010.
Sold, Mon.-Fri., 8-11 a.m., 300 S.
Thayer. 49Btc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FENDER TREMOLUX Amp. 2-10's.
Good condition. 764-2795. 4X40
TRADE-IN SPECIALS
Guitars Amplifiers
Fender Gibson Martin Goya
Electric guitars start at $49.00
Flat top start at $19.88
APPOLLO MUSIC CENTER
322 S. Main 761-9430
3X40
FAVILLA C-8 Classical guitar. With
guild hand shell case. $170.,Call Bob,
days, 763-3483; Nights, 769-2406. 1X38
MAGNAVOX STEREO tape recorder. 4-
track, 2 heads. Price new: $250; sell-
ing for $130 or best offer. Call 764-
0953. 2X37
FENDER GUITAR and amp. Call after
3. 769-6186. 50X37
GIBSON B 25 12 string. $150. Call 761-
5547 40X28
BUSINESS SERVICES
SERI-GRAPHICS is the best place for
you and your organization to have
posters and bumper strips made. 769-
5160. 22J39
TYPING
Accurate, IBM Selectric, 971-2806.
23J42
TASK
Does It All!
Typing, Printing, Transcribing
Conferences and Mailings
Calf The Professionals
761 -4146 or 47
30J50
TYPING-theses, term papers, etc. Call
Polly, 769-3536. 19J41
SOCIAL WORK student available for
baby sitting at 411 Hill St. $1.00 hr.
Call 761-4332. 20J39

Submit Petitions (25 LSA signatures)
to 1018 Angell Holl by Friday, Feb. 20

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THE APARTMENT 5 STORY, install-
ment 90. Portnoy's Butcher Shop.
Special-this week-Liver: the meat
that's hard to beat. FF
I need a proficient GUITARIST inter-
ested in experimenting with arrang-
ing and jamming folk and polpular
music for cello and guitar. 764-6858.
FF
MUSKET TICKETS-Get top priority
seats for George M! Help us sew our
costumes - Mich. League Basement,
Mon-Fri: 7 p.m.-11 p.m. 32F40
GENERATION is good enough for tht
British Museum. Find out if it is
good enough fo ryou. FF
GIBSON STEREO GUITAR. Cherry red,
without a flaw. Case included. Call
668-7512 after 3:00. FD
Uptight about term papers?
Try Quik-Type
Any size . . . 40c a page ... free copy
Leave papers at 520 Packard No. 14 or
at on-campus drop box located in the
University Store, Michigan Union or
call,
769-7625, ask for Julie
DEAR BETSY ROSS, Hope you can sew
this week in the League Basement
for priority seats. Signed, George M.
FF
DEAR BETSY ROSS, Hope you can sew
this week in the League. FF
EUREKA! Summer cotton jumpsuits-
$10. Spring and Summer dresses-$8-
$20. The Wildflower, 516 E. William,
above the Campus Bike Shop. 27F28

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21Ctc1

Fi rst Poetry Reading

FALL RENTALS
Now renting large, furn., 2 bdrm. units
close to Business and Law School for
Aug. occupancy. Please call Eric
Smettzer, Professional Management
Associates. 769-2608. 49C36
ROYAL DUTCH APTS. Leasing
For'Summer and Faill
Church St. on Campus
3 and 4 man apts.
Air conditioned
Modern-ample parking
Call 665-9866
between 1 a m.-6 p.m.
46041

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Lecture : "The New Brain
Research: The 3 Brains
and Their Relationship to
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USED CARS
FOR SALE: 1965 Merc 4-dr. HT, $700,
Greg, 761-3420. 22N40
1968 TORINO GT. Call Connie. 662-3261.
20N40

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'69 HONDA 350 Scrambler for sale. 2,200
miles. $525.00. Call Timothy, 761-7060.
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CAMPUS-1 BLK.
Summer and Fall
418 East Washington
Modern 1 Bdrms. for 2 or 3
668-6906
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