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SUNDAY, 28 FEBRUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, 28 FEBRUARY 1965 TIlE MICHiGAN DAILY

NEW COMPETITORS:
OSA Moves Junior Women Into Apartment Market

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Shop early: you'll be competing "The conduct of senior women
with junior women this year. under the more liberal regulation
A decision made early in Feb- has been most encouraging," Cute
ruary by the Office of Student Af- lfr said. "Our staff is unani-
fairs has released an undetermin, mously convinced that junior
ed number of females, currently women possess the same capacity
sophomores, into the race for for mature self-control, and we
apartments for next fall. The OSA want them to have the opportuni-
decision exempted junior women ty to demonstrate it."
from the requirement that they However, Cutler made clear he
live in dormitories or sororities, will be very alert to abuses aris-
Just how far this will raise the ing from this policy. "I don't in-
demand curve for apartments re- tend off-campus housing to be-
mains uncertain, because this de- come the locale for rowdyism,
pends on how many junior women immature lack of self-control, im-
will be able and willing to meet morality, anti-intellectualism or
the OSA's requirements for junior public drunkeness, he said. "And
apartment permission. if. these abuses exist at present,
54 Credits we don't intend to have it so for
The new regulation extends to long."
women who have 54 or more aca' Locus of Authority
demic credits. Formerly apart- The implementation of apart-
ment permission has applied to ment privileges will be handled by
senior women and those over 21 the Off-Campus Housing Bureau
years of age. and the residence hall system, out
Two conditions are attached to of which students will be check-,
the impending apartment permis- ing.
innuniorwomen, undormi- The Off-Campus Housing Bu-a
planning to move from the dri reau will compile a list of approv-"
tory system, must have written ed housing to be made available
parental permission. This rule to the students. Howeveranyf
has been in effect for ser2ordwelling which uses the Universi-
ty rental agreement can be con-
Further, junior women will be sideredendorsed. According tc
required to live in University en- Cutler, about two-thirds of Ann
dorsed housing. Endorsed housing Arbor apartments use the Univer-
must be certified by city inspec- sity rental agreements,
tors as meeting health and safe-
ty codes and must utilize a Uni- One issue involved in the pres-
versity approved rental agree- ent decision was the ability of th,
ment. Ann Arbor apartment market to

age the increased apartment de-
mand.
The Women's Conference Com-
mittee, which worked with Cut-
ler and the OSA via a series of }
recommendations on women's reg-
ulations, recently polled the pros-
pective juniors in residence halls
on their intentions for the fall.z
About two-thirds of the women
declared their intention to move
out of the residences.;
However, with parental permis-
sion as a stipulation, Cutler esti
mates this number will drop to be- j
low one-half of the junior women #
--an approximate 400 women.
Cutler further remarked that
he thinks the University has the <}
rent base in hand. They have re-j
ceived oral commitments from
major builders preserving the
present rent range.
The possibility of changing the
present 12-month lease to an
eight month one is virtually zero,=
Cutler said. This issue is tied in
with financial agreements under- EVER SEE A DRY-GOODS counter after a sale attended by a
lying the development of these horde of female shoppers? Photograph above shows the fate of
housing units. A house operator one unusually desirable apartment the day after junior women's
is required by the bonding agency apartment pers were announced. Shop early!
to guarantee a certain income1
level per year from that unit. rent range by 10-25 per cent. In regard to an extension of
While junior apartment permis- liberalization to sophomore wom-
With an eight month lease rents sion will free spaces in the now en, Cutler said that the OSA will
would have to be higher to meet crowded residence halls, Cutler remain closed in this area for a
the requirements of the finance does not expect it to alleviate while to gather the needed ex-
eight-month lease would raise the the crowding problems. perience from the present change.

453 S. 1st St.
Single Bedroom
apartment
for I cr2
Sunny, TV, Available
mid-April-25 Aug.
$85/Month
ncl. utilities.
Will haggle
Call 663-7994
or 663-0346

""Mt. *I'"'
1336 Geddes

Apartment No. 3
3-4 Man Apt. for
Summer Sublet
Completely Furnished
And all luxuries:
Stereo, Tape Recorder,
Television, Wall-to-Wall
Carpeting, Air-Conditioning
Garbage Disposal and
Balcony
Call 665-8921

Differentiating absorb the additional students.
This condition does not apply to According to Cutler, the OSA has
senior women. According to Vice- reasonable assurance from Ann
President for Student Affairs Arbor realtors that they can man-
Richard Cutler, "junior wome. --
are not as free as senior women
and this is one way to express
The University-approved rental5 A PARTM ENTS
agreement is a device for coop- NT
eration between the University TO RE
and realtors. Under such an
agreement, the University will act
as a mediator for a student in FOR SUMMER AND FALL
any realty dispute. It will also see 906 PACKARD
that the student upholds his end
of the contract, and can withhold
grades if he fails to do so. 1, and F Man Anor'ments
Students signing contracts for Furnished
the fall are advised by Cutler not - l with Ba'h
to enter into agreements, formal omnete
or informal, for apartment dwell- and Shower
ings which are not completed as Ench with Private Entrance
these dwellings have not yet been
certified by the city. FALL PRICPS: 3-5-$120
Basic Philosophy
The present decision, Cutler ex- SUMMER P2 ICES
plained, is an outgrowth of the
basic philosophy of the Office of Reasonable Offers
Student Affairs that "freedom and
the development of responsibility A L
must go forward hand in hand."
"We intend," Cutler said, "that
students be allowed to live under NO 8-7858
conditions which we mutually,
judge to be beneficial to their ed-
ucational experience."

eight hundred fuller
A Proud New Address

1000 OAKLAND
Apt. 205
1 100 SQ. FT. OF LUXURY
FOR SUMMER SUBLET
Air-Conditioned,
Large Balcony
And plenty of parking
included with all other
extras. 3 huge bedrooms.
Will sleep up to six.
Priced for 4
DON'T
CROWD YOURSELF
THIS SUMMER!
Call NO 2-1026
C H EAP"'1o
Roomy 2-Man
Just Remodeled
Furnished
Large Kitchen
carpeted

LARGE
MODERN APT.
FOR 5
two balconies
air-conditioning
three sinks
5 minutes from campus
separate living room,
dining room & kitchen
2 bedrooms
fully carpeted
completely furnishedj
plenty of storage
Call NO 5-4068
anytime
818 Brown
Apt. No. 4
2-Man
Summer Sublet
r disposal
0 fully carpeted
* air-conditioned
0 8 months old
0 fully furnished
* off street parking
0 May-August
Call NO 5-7985
around 6:00

SWIMMING!
SUNBATHING!
PARKING!
WINDOWS!
HUGE,
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
FOR 2, 3 OR 4
NEAR CAMPUS
1346 GEDDES
APT. NO. 2
Ca 11662-7384
SPACIOUS
2-MAN
FURNISHED
APARTMENT
J Near to campus
(1 block from Kappa
house)
. Air-conditioned
i TV and garbage
disposal
v Fully carpeted
New refrigerator
819 E. UNIVERSITY
Apartment No. 2
Between 4 and 7 PM.
Call 761-0615

4-MAN FLAT
3 BEDROOMS
Full Kitchen
Screened-in, Lighted Porch
Front Yard
1 Block from Campus
Half-Block from Ed. School
Call 665-7007

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Summer Sublet
2nd half of
summer trimester.
2-Man Apt.
across from law quad
3 rooms, carpeted,
modern kitchen.
girls or
married couple
CALL 764-9617

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Sublet an entire HOUSE
4 BIG BEDROOMS

living

roomn

CLOSE TO
CAMPUS

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THE BUILDINGS ARE HIGHER
k
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BUT THE COST IS NOT
HURON TOWERS
Compare the Rentals - From $119
STUDIO, ONE, TWO, AND THREE BEDROOMS
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
" Every room air-conditioned
* Heated Swimming pool-patio-sundeck
* Garage or ample outside porking
" Free bus service to campus-downtown
" Conveniently located, North Campus area
2200 Fuller Rd.-663-0800
Model Suites Open
Daily...................... ... 9 to 8 p.m.
Saturday ... ...............9 to 6 p.m.
Sunday .....................1. ..12 to 6 p.m.

EXCITINGLY MODERN, EIGHT HUNDRED FULLER is thoughtfully planned to offer al the
conveniences of contemporary apartment living in a relaxed suburban atmosphere, together
with the cultural advantages of a University City. Poised gracefully above the Huron River,
Eight Hundred Fuller is within walking distance of the campus of the University of Michigan
and only minutes away from St. Joseph, University and Veterans Hospitals.
Among its many features Eight Hundred Fuller offers:
" Resident manager on premises
" Master TV antenna system
" Generous laundry and storage facilities

924 Oakland
Call 662-3661
anytime

.oom
dining room
study
garage
kitchen
3 stories

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764-7678
764-2603
our price
CHEAP!

Happiness Is
YOUR OWN BACKYARD

* Sound conditioning
* On-site paved parking
" Large private balconies
f Glass tub enclosures

" GE Air Conditioning
" GE Refrigerators
" GE Ranges
" GE Disposals

Model Apartment open every afternoon 1 to 5 P.m. Monday thru Saturday
A variety of floor plans including one- and two-bedroom furnished
apartments available on every floor of the building.

Grad Student
wants 2 female
roommates
to share a really modern,
air-conditioned, 4-man apt.,
two bedrooms,
fully carpeted,
balcony.
Available May 1-Aug. 15
Call 761-1593

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Across from
Bus. Ad.
for $120/Month
SPACIOUS 3-MAN
PENTHOUSE APT.
with Parking
Modern decor-Quiet
725 HAVEN
Call 5-2640

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Fabulous Forum
Four-Man for Four
Fairly Finicky
Folks3.
* 2 Bathrooms
* Dishwasher
0 Air-conditioner
" Treasured artworks
* Extra bookshelves and
and lamps left for
the summer
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING
QUICKLY-
(all 668-6149

Modern, Spacious
Apartment
FOR FOUR
2 Bedroom
Air-conditioned
Carpeted
Garbage disposal
Large bathroom
$180 per month
Available May 3 to Aug. 22
(all 662-4218

P.

663-6549
Mrs. Gibson, Resident Manager

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