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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1966.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRICES SLASHED
FOR QUICK SALE
Furnished 2 Mon Apt
3 Minutes from Diag
Live in domestic tranquility

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MAY TO AUGUST
4-MAN HOUSE

CLOSE

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HOSPITAL

SPACIOUS
CHEAP
2-Man Apt. for Sublet
Carpeted, disposal,
Furnished, on campus, etc.
Call 761-0674
299

in a clean, neat,

easilyI

kept apartment.
713 Church
Call 761-3735
after five

Ideal for Nurses,
Medical Students, etc.
CHEAP!
CALL 764-2938
764-2999, 764-3907

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FOR SUMMERTIME
COME LIVE IN
OUR 4-MAN APT.
2 Spacious bedrooms, free
air conditioning, garbage
disposal, storage space, sep-
arate entrance, off street
parking, only 3 blocks from
campus.
REASONABLE.
Call 761-3847
For personal inspection of
Apt. No. 1
316 E. Madison
283

FIRST-TERM
(April 30-June 25)
MODERN 2-MAN
FURNISHED APARTMENT
Close to main campus
Three OVERSIZED rooms
Full Bath
Wall-to-wall Carpeting
Laundry in basement
Garbage Disposal
Attis-Storage
Extremely Quiet
Parking Behind
Building
RENT REASONABLE
Ca 1ll761-3928

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One Year Later

FOR SUMMER TERM
Good condition
2-Man furnished apt. with
garbage disposal, Off street
parking, 6 long bookshelves,
wall to wall carpeting, just
off campus.
Available June 20. $42.50
a month per man or best
offer.
809 E. Kingsley, No. 6
662-0812

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SUMMER SUBLET
5-Man Apt.
3 Bedrooms
2 Baths
' Air conditioned
* Dishwasher
Garbage Disposal
1224 Washtenaw
(Carriage House)
Call 662-1884
VERY REASONABLE
APARTMENT
for Summer Sublet
Modern interior, spacious
and comfortable, recently
carpeted and panelled, 5
rooms, plenty of room for 2
or 3 men to live and study.
Pleasant, quiet, location 3
blocks from campus.
Call 665-7181 for further
details on Apt. No. 4,
1033 E. University.
LESS EXPENSIVE

general atmosphere and especially.
the quality of food are two in-
fluential aspects of sorority living
that make it superior to that of
dorm residency. However, since
the passage of junior apartment
privileges, girls don't have to "go
Greek" to get the benefits a soror-
ity can offer. Apartments can
duplicate and perhaps even sur-
pass the smaller more intimate
group living situation. As for food,
you're your own cook. so if your
potatoes come out like mush and
your roast has the toughness of
a rockthere is no one to blame but
yourself.
Because apartments can and do
offer many of the advantages of
sorority living, thesgreek system
is experiencing a somewhat new
trend. Many of the girls presently
in a house have, or are considering
de-activating in order to enjoy
apartment living. This presents a
financial problem to the individual
houses as each has a certain quota
of girls which must live in the
house in order for it to maintain
operations on a solvent basis. Al-
though some indications of de-
activation have been apparent
within the past year, the tendency
isn't that pronounced or wide-
spread as to create any real prob-
lems for the sorority system as a
whole.
Looking at the dorm, a some-
what different situation is seen.
Since the passage of this new rul-
ing, the number of juniors living
in the dorm system has decreased
greatly. According to some stu-
dents this is due not only to the
improved living conditions in
apartments, but also to the fact
that usually apartment living
proves less expensive than living
in the dorm. This has become even

more true since the rates for
board and room have been raised.
Presently. one pays between about
$850-1010 a year living in the
dorm. While apartments presently
rent anywhere from about $50 per
month upwards depending on the
quality, size -and newness of the
dwelling. The amount spent on
food, telephone, electricity and
other things also varies according
to the individual or individuals in-
volved. The important fact,
though, is that apartment living
offers an opportunity, although
it's limited, to regulate the amount
its costs a person to ilve in Ann
Arbor while attempting to get an
education. On the other hand, the
dorm system as well as sororities
have fixed rates. It costs sormuch
a year no matter how many times
you have to settle for peanut
butter and jelly, or miss out en-
tirely on a meal.
The portrait of apartment living
shouldn't be presented as all per-
fect without any flaws. Apart-
ments do offer better living con-
ditions and more independence,
but along with this newfound free-
dom they demand more responsi-
bility and maturity of junior
women. One has the freedom to do
what she wantsfi but she also
must face the responsibility the
consequences of her actions may
produce. As of now, the effects of
last February's granting of apart-
ment privileges are just beginning
to be felt. Only time will tell if the
freedom and responsibility that
goes along with these rights was
worth fighting for. And if this
new concept in University living
is truly an important aspect, as
well as incentive, for the learning
and maturing processes a college
education is supposed to offer.

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IN KNOB HILL
APARTMENT
Furnished,
One bedroom
Off-Street Parking
One or Two Persons
$95 per month
Available mid April
Call 668-6253
after 5 p.m.

ARBOR FOREST
APARTMENTS
Modern 2 Bedroom Apt.
Close to Campus
Air conditioned
Thickest walls in town.
Call 662-1904

Thanks to the hard work of all those invol'
few minor miracles we managed to meet
line-(a lmost). Special credit goes to my si
cially my assistant Diane; the goo sou
the Daily that pitched in; the office staff
but certainly not least those eternal lifesa'
inthe dark dungeon of the Daily, the ch
in the shop. Thanks to
Diane Smaller Joyce Feinberg D
Mike Stecklis Bill Kraus L
Gene Farber Sally B
Randy Rissman Mr. Mattson K
>Susan Perlstadt Mr. Chatters
I LOVE YOU ALL
Harry Bloch, Promotions Mg
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TWO OR THREE
MAN APT.
AIR CONDITIONING
DISHWASHER
GARBAGE DISPOSAL
COVERED PARKING
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
AND STORES
Call 663-0550
507 HILL, No. 9

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eight hundred fuller

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Try Daily Classifieds
They're Great!

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3-MAN APT.
for summer sublet
Air conditioned
2 Bedrooms, close to campus
Access to coin laundry
Much closet space.
$45 ea. or best offer.
Call 662-4656,
after 1 2 for inspection.

3-MAN APT.
Large, furnished
41/2Rooms
Entire second floor of house
Own entrance
Right behind A & P
Near both State andr
Main Sts.
Shopping areas
Close to Campusf
Call 665-6870
502 E. Ann
Between State and Division
302

SUMMER SUBLET
plus fall option
Quiet 2 or 3 man apt.
With large kitchen, bed-
room, living room, off street
parking, balcony. Call 663-
2067 between 5:00-6:30
P.M. For personal inspec-
tion of Apt. 4,
539 Packard
$95 per month plus
electricity

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Luxurious
3-Man Apt.
U-TOWERS
Swimming Pool
Air Conditioned
9-ft. Breakfast Bar
Disposal
Completely Furnished
and Carpeted
Weekly IMaid
Service
Great View
Overlooking
Pool & Hill
668-8115-
254

WE KNOW WHAT'S AVAILABLE..-.
Our tenants have told us if they are
sub-letting for the summer and we
can put you in direct touch with them.

Campus Management
337 E. Huron

662-7787

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THAN YOU THINK'
Call now and accept our
offer or make your own.

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CO-OP

EXCITINGLY MODERN, EIGHT HUNDRED FULLER is thoughtfully planr
conveniences of contemporary apartment living in a relaxed suburban 01
with the cultural advantages of a University City. Poised gracefully abov
Eight Hundred Fuller is within walking distance of the campus of the Uni
and only minutes away from St. Joseph, University and Veterans Hospitals.
Among its many features Eight Hundred Fuller offer

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Carriage House
Summer Sublet
Bi-Level modern, luxurious
4-man apt. Beautifully fur-
nished, carpeted, air condi-
tioned, 1 1/2 baths, garbage
disposal, dishwasher, free
parking, and channel 50.
Available May through
August
1224 Washtenaw, Apt. 2
1/2 Block from Campus
3 Blocks from Hospital
CALL 761-3896

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MODERN
2--MAN APT.
Air conditioned
Completely furnished
Off Street Parking
Balcony
Garbage Disposal
On Campus
Available anytime after
May 14
Channel 50 and. 56
Adapter go with apt.
Call 761-0956

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SUMMER SUBLET
2-Man Apt..
721 Church
Across from West Quad
Apt. No. 6
Call NO 5-4237
Evenings

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for 3-man apt.
AIR CONDITIONED
1 Block from Campus--
E. Washington
WILL RENT AT LOSS
Call Sandy
665-6926

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NURSES!
Near Hospital
& Campus
CLOSE . . . SAFE
CONVEN I ENT
With all this:
Fully Carpeted
Fully Air Conditioned
Balcony and sundeck
1 1/2 Baths--2 floors
Big Closets
Dishwasher
$45 per person
For Six Lucky Girls
1330 N. Univ. No. 7
761-0007

plus a few hours work,
since we own and run
our own -houses

Room and
Board
$17.50
per week

Boa
$

per week

WOMEN
Lester, 900 Oakland
Mark VIl, 917 S. Forest
Osterweil, 338 E. Jefferson
Stevens, 816 S. Forest
Vail, 602 Lawrence

MEN
Michigan, 315 N. State
Nakamura, 807 S. State
Owen, 1017 Oakland
Pickerill, 923 S. Forest

A variety of floor plans including one- and two-bedroon
apartments available on every floor of the building.

* Resident manager on premises
" Master TV antenna system
" Generous laundry and storage faciilties
*" Sound conditioning
" On-site paved parking
" Large private balconies
" Glass tub enclosures

*GEAirC
" GE Refr
* GE Rang
0 GE Disp

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Applications now being accepted for
Summer and Fall. A few vacancies
for this'term. Visit house or contact
INTER-CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL
2546 SABI668-6872

663-6549

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Mrs. Gibson, Resident Manager

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