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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav. March 1. 1970

Sunday, March 1, 1970

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GREAT
APARTMENT
5-Min. Walk South
of Campus
3-MAN
close
nice
modern
clean
furnished
Call 761-8129
or come to
1015 Vaughn
Apt. 6
419

MODERN APARTMENT

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MODERN APARTMENT
CLOSE TO
HOSPITALS
@ 2 Bedroom--4 Man
* Air-Conditioning
* Spacious Living Room
and Dining Room
* Large Kitchen
! Completely Furnished
9 Garbage Disposal
* Wall to Wall Carpet
0 Plentiful Parking
* Laundry Facilities
" Live-in Manager
9 Excellent Maintenance
Call 769-4534
For Personal Inspection
of APT. 305
1028 FULLER
422
ONE MAN
NEEDED
to share Modern
3-Man Apt. with
two QU I ET roommates
air conditioner,
garbage disposal,
plenty of parking,.
and patio, ,
completely furnished
$40/mo.
Call 662-5710
915 S. Division, No. 101
415

Spi Sum e
FURNISHED 4-MAN
2 bedrooms
carpeted, with
lots of closet space.
Will bargain.
YOU WANT
THIS APT. !
727 E. KINGSLEY
No.I 1
761-0873-
420
Modern Luxury
in Old World
Atmosphere
RIGHT ON!
A 2-Man Apt. (1 Bdrm.)
Monster Livingrm.
with Balcony
overlooking N. AA,
Completely Furnished,
Air Cond. & Heating,
Garbage Disposal,
Laundry Facilities,
Next to Hospitals,
5 Min. to Campus,
Parking Facilities
Call 761-8057
APT. NO. 1
554 ELIZABETH
416

ONE MAN
4 MONTH
SUMMER SUBLET
1 male needed for
2-man apartment in
modern bldg. ONE
MIN. from campus
--close to downtown
CENTRAL AIR
CONDITIONING,
completely furnished
--quiet, top floor-
preferably graduate
student.
CALL: Jim-761-2478 eve.
400 Maynard St., Apt. 1005
421
3 BLOCKS
FROM CAMPUS
Near Campus Corner
MODERN,
1-BEDROOM APT.
Ready to move in, with
furniture, dishes,
kitchen equipment.
Air-conditioned, parking,
disposal!
Ideal for couple, or
3 girls.
Call 662-5827

HUGE
&
CHEAP
2 BEDROOM, 2-4 MAN
in a breezy house
behind South Quad
A veritable
Bacchanal Palace
Your Dream House
for summer living
come true
at 422 PACKARD
Call Bob Marx
'665-9880
to see it
422

Off-campus 'housing rush' is on

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FEMALE
(May-August)
Interested in a
room at a
Medical Sorority?
(Good chance
to meet Med.
students)
Good location
near campus
and hospitals.
Room $60
Board $60
CALL
JOYCE
761-3358

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2-4-6
people
2- or 4-man
modern apartments
AIR CONDITIONED
Balconies 8 ft.
above grass,
close to campus
and hospital,
floor-to-ceiling windows,
20 seconds to grocery
store, parking,
garbage disposal,
indoor plumbing, and
GREAT neighbors
665-5297 or
761-8062

ELIGIBILITY
Although any student at the
University may live in off-
campus housing, written parent-
al approval is necessary for all
undergraduate women under
twenty-one and freshmen men
who are minors.
PROCEURES FOR MOVING
OFF-CAMPUS
Students may move off-cam-
pus only if they have no prior
commitment in residence halls,
fraternities, sororities, the Inter-
Cooperative Council, and other
University - associated housing
units.
Most apartments are in new
or fairly new buildings and they
will be fillled with groups of
single students as a rule. There
are some new efficiency- apart-
ments which have been specific-
ally designed for two single stu-
dents and their average rent is
$160 per month plus electricity.
Most apartments have been de-
signed for three, four or five
single students and the price
range is from $60 to $80 per
person per month.
Most ofbthem have enough
furniture but they do not al-
ways have a desk for each stu-
dent nor do they have small end
tables, small lamps, pillows, etc.
They are invariably carpeted
throughout and they usually
contain room air conditioners.
Some of them have very fine
furniture, dishwashers, central
air conditioning and so forth.
: There are several buildings
which have swimming pools,
some have study rooms or party
rooms or T.V. lounges.
Sometimes there are parking
facilities. It is not true that all
buildings in Ann Arbor are re-
quired to provide parking. It is
true that apartments which are
built in the future must provide
parking spaces. Dishes and lin-
ens are never furnished but
sometimes vacuum cleaners are
provided for each corridor.

There is very little available
these days in older, inexpensive
apartments. There are very few
one-person apartments for $80
to $100 per month, or two-per-
son apartments for under $125
per month. It will be largely a
matter of luck or ingenuity or
both if you find such a place.
Be sure to ask which of the
things in theapartment belong
in the apartment and which be-
long to- the present tenants. If
the landlord promises to provide
something for you or to do some
decorating ask for it in writing.
There Is a large demand for
single family houses by groups
of students but there are not
many such houses available. You-
can have your own bedroom and
the other facilities you will
share are larger than in most
apartments.
If you see houses as you walk
around the campus area where
it is obvious that students are
living, you might simply stop at
the door and inquire about fu-
ture availability and ask how
to contact the landlord. You
will have to use some ingenuity
to get first chance at any houses
that may be up for rent next
fall. The price for a furnished
house will vary from around
$50 to $80 per person per month.
When house rent is quoted to
you, usually the cost of utilities
are not included.
ROOMS
There are quite a few rooms
still available each year though
the number is diminishing.
Linens and cleaning are some-
times provided. They are fur-
nished with the necessities for
sleeping and studying only.
Some of them are shabby, some
are very luxurious in beautiful,
private homes. There are a very
few small rooming houses where
there are kitchen privileges. If
the place is clean and kept that
way by the landlord this is a
very good arrangement finan-
cially if all you want is a place

to cook and a modicum of
privacy.
Another way to economize is
to take a room near an Inter-
cooperative Council house and
eat your meals at the ICC house.
Sometimes fraternities o f f e r
meals to students who are not
members. And some fraternities
and sororities are now taking in
non-members for room and/or
board.
The price range for all kinds
of rooms is from $10 to $20 per
week. Some landlords were ask-
ing for up to $100 for a single
sleeping room last fall but this
arrangement is uneconomical. It
is possible to find a modern,
luxurious, completely-furnished,
three-bedroom apartment for
$300 per month and share it
with only two other students.
There are no boarding houses
in the campus area,
SOURCES OF
HOUSING INFORMATION
. The Daily, bulletin boards lo-
cated in the basement of the
Michigan Union and in the
Michigan League, and some
gr a dua te and professional
schools offer listings of avail-
able rental units.
The Off-Campus Housing Bu-
reau posts an up-to-date list of
apartments and rooms. All list-
ings are in buildings approved
by the bureau.
In order for a property owner
to obtain this approval he must:
-agree to- rent without regard
to the applicant's race, color,
creed, religion, or national orig-
in, -hold acertificate of oc-
cupancy from the Ann Arbor.
Dept. of Building and Safety
Engineering, -use the Univer-
sity rental agreement or include
a clause naming the University
as mediator in any dispute aris-
ing between lessor and lessee,
and -review provisions of a
private lease with the Univer-
sity.
Under a University lease both
lessor and tenant have recourse
See OFF-CAMPUS, Page 11

SUMMER SCH(
HOT FUN IN THE SUIT
Pack up all your care
Come Jive at the Lively Spc
Two or four month leas
Furnished single and d(
20 meals per week at S
Optional meal contract ft
RATES for full Spring-Summe
Single at S.Q.
Double at S.Q
Ba its-$2
GROOVE ON OVER TO 3
OF UNIVERSITY HOU
MARCH 12, 1970 AND A
BLOW YOUR COOL!

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901 OAKLAND, APT.

414

4
417

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Interested In,
Part of a
HOUSE ?
2-3 MAN
Furnished Apt.
CHEAP
Call 769-4743
or come to '
849 TAPPAN, Apt. 1
380

L'endroit parfait
pour
L'Amour
MODERN, 4 MAN
furnished apartment,
air conditioning,
garbage disposal,
front view picture
window, front yard,
large parking lot,
storage and
laundry facilities in
basement, efficient
manager.
2 Large Bedrooms
Call 761-9563
for personal inspection
410
COOL IT!
Don't spend a long
hot summer when.
you can l ive
comfortably in a
beautiful air-con-
ditioned 3 man.
Complete with all
(yes... .all) the
trimmings.
REALLY CLOSE
to campus, the
hospital, and the
Arb. Don't miss this
big opportunity!
2 large Bedrooms
CALL 665-2270
NOW!
408

MODERN
4-MAN APT.
Campus,
air conditioning,
parking lot facilities,
dishwasher, and
garbage disposal.
2 Bedroom
Sublet May-Aug.
607 HILL, Apt. 3
662-7863
411

GREAT LOCATION
For Summer Sublet
MODERN 4-MAN APT.
with air conditioning,
largebalcony, picture
windows, garbage
disposal, good parking
facilities.
2 Blocks from
Campus
Very good condition
with 2 good sized
bedrooms.
Call 665-4697
or Stop by Dahlman
Aportment--326 E.
Madison, No. 15
412

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LUXURIOUS
APARTMENT
LIVING
3 MEN NEEDED
for Modern 4=Man
air conditioning
garbage disposal
dishwasher
separate kitchen
furnished
parking space
good location
2 large bedrooms

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WHY PAY FOR SERVICES WHICH ARE OFFERED TO YOU ABSOLUTEL
CHARGE BY YOUR OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS?

THE OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING BUREAU
1. Keeps formal registration record of landlords who
participate in the Bureau's housing program.
2. Sets criteria for landlords who use University services
and list vacancies with the Bureau.
3. Maintains liaison with the Ann Arbor Department
of Building & Safety Engineering (City inspection
agency).
4. Answers any question dealing with privately-owned
housing or refers to proper agency.
5. List vacant housing accommodations for registered
landlords.

THE OFF-CAMPUS HOUR
MEDIA TION SERVICE

Call 761-0933
1021 VAUGHN ST.
APT. No. 7
413

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Music Students

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Grand Piano

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FURNISHED APT.
May-Sept.
Includes 5'10" Grand
Piano and all
furnishings. I walked
to campus this
winter,
you walk this summer.
Two Bedroom
$160/MO.
665-6743
409

1 or2
ROOMMATES
WANTED
FOR 4 MAN APT.
just off campus
near Washtenaw &
S Forest-air
conditioning, parking,
in modern 5-unit
building. Price
negotiable. Lease
through August.

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ENJOY
APARTMENT
LIVING,
MODERN 4-MAN APT.
close to Arb, closer
to hospital, closer
yet to Campus,
congenial atmosphere,
air-conditioning,
parking lot facilities,
completely furnished
2 Large Bedrooms
Call 665-4671

HALF HOUSE;
WILL SUBLET
4 BDRM. 5-MAN APT.
located 2 blocks
off campus. New
furniture and wall-
to-wall carpeting
thru'out, garbage
disposal, dishwasher,
and access to washer
and dryer. Large
Iiving room, storage
space, and parking.
665-2187
1326 GEDDES, No. 44s
405

6.
7.

Lists registered sublets for students.
Lists "Roommates Wanted" for students in regist-

1. Helps tenants negotiate dispute s
landlords and other students.
2. Provides three-man Mediation Bo
negotiations fail.
3. Supplies multi-copy Inventory Sheet
recording the condition of a living u
ning and end of a lease term.
4. Provides reliable procedure for insurir
of damage deposits in all registered
5. Arranges spot inspections through
Department of Environmental Healt
6. Has the cooperation of many other
for consultation and referral.
7. Helps tenants and subtenants protec
interests through wel defined agreer
8. Offers prompt help to any student-t
quest.
. *TEL 764-7422 4

ered housing.
8. Distributes U-M Student Rental Agreement (pick
up a sample in the Bureau; use it as a guide with
private leases).
9. Examines and explains any student lease upon stu-
dent's request.
10. Helps students find board-and-room jobs in private
homes.
TEL. 764-7400

Call 769-7461
or come to
1317 WILMOT, Apt. 4
407

THESE SERVICES ARE ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR STUDENTS.
WHY PAY ANY PRIVATE AGENCY FOR THIS KIND OF ASSIST)
OFFICE OF STUDENT COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Student Activities Building - Room 2258

for personal inspection
of Apt. No. 4
1335 Geddes

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