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Page 8-Friday, March 31, 1978--The Michigan Daily

FOUND--lue ring, Immaculate- High 1975, on
Oxford between S. Univ. & Geddes. 761-8331. dA401
FOUND-LADIES' WATCH, on E. University,
Thursday, March 23rd. Call Mike, 764-7932 (evenings
are best). Must describe accurately. 37A402
FOUND-TWO TICKETS to musical event. Will
return to owner, given identifying info. Josh, 663-
7 " dA402

E OBOE. Call A. Henderson:
43B402

1586,3634236.

'RANTZ Receiver, EP.,1, model 120 speakers,
yo turntable, $400.00.764-3780. 29B404
TURNING-TO-SCHOOL businessman will sell
eral active enterprises for a modest cash or
e down payment from a well-motivated person.
businesses are located in Battle Creek, Mi. and
established in the most active commercial area.
reare:
Landscape Construction and Design
Tropical Fish Store
Garden Center
Pets and Supplies Store
Retail Nursery Center
consider a favorable lease or will back a
ture responsible person. Write for "details:
Irles Grevers, 140 West Hamilton Lane, Battle
:ek,Mi., 49105. 54B407
SSALE-'74 CAPRI, automatic, AM-FM, 8 track
eo, rear window defroster, reclining seats, Zie,
low mileage; excellent condition. $2300. 995-
-ornings-late nights. - 55B3404
SUZUKI GT 185, 3800 miles, excellent condition,
Call Dick, 764-9294 or 971-2498. . 58B402
SSIC STUCCO Farm House. W. of Ann Arbor.
e to 1-94. Easy commute! Chelsea Schools.
isq. ft..Over 2 acres.,$48,900. Robert H. Thornton,
. P.C. Realtor, 971-2840. 00B402
line Receiver, A,/FM/8 track, Realistic tur-
ble, Marantz Speakers.769-1319. 44B331
R SALE!! Box springs and mattresses. Crystal
se Hotel. 3250 Washtenaw. 971-1100. 31B416

GET IN SHAPE
SAVE MONEY,
Beautiful and distinctive 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
ments located in quiet residential surroundings
within joggipg distance to campus.
" Clean
" Well managed
" Furnished
" Heat & water paid
*Free Parking
Now leasing for Fall 78.
MODERN
MANAGE ME NT
668-6906 663-3641
eCtc
ROOM FOR RENT in fraternity house for spring-
summer and fall. 5 minutes from campus. Call
995-4235. 19C411
AVAILABLE FOR FALL-Rent: 5-bedroom house
on South University. 4 blocks from campus. Rea-
sonable. 761-1840. 01C404
LARGE FURNISHED 5 bedroom, 2 bath, apart-
ment on E. Madison. $700 plus utilities. No pets.
Year lease beginning May 1. Call 663-5609 before
8:00 p.m. 15C402
NOW RENTING
Single, double rooms in a Jewish student center.
995-3276,769-3078. 940416
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT for May-August rent.
Furnished, A/C, balcony, on. S. Forest, 2 blocks
from campus. $215/month, negotiable. 761-1840.
02C404
MINORITY STUDENTS
Fall Housing Hassles? ICC co-ops are sensible
alternatives to apartments or dorms. Over 20 houses
to choose from. An affirmative action program.
Check it out at the ICC Office, 4th floor Michigan.
Union or call Doug Beasley, 761-1058. 970409
"Distinctive Living"
with
.MODE RN.
APARTME NTS
Now accepting applications for Fall 78 rental
Featuring
* On & Off Campus Locations
* Security Systems
" Furnished
* Heat & Water Paid
" Air Conditioned
, Disposals
" Laundry Room
" Storage
" Balcony
" Parking
For best selection/call.now ! !

ISHED 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for 1-3
Near campus, parking, fireplace., Fall: 761-
640405

W-.

AVAILABLE FOR FALL AND WINTER,
e room in two bedroom apartment (males) next
C.C.R.B., 2 minutes from campus. $120/mo.
-5044 persistently. 32C402
SPITAL/CAM$US, 1-2 BDR., Furnished Apart-
nts. Grads. 668-8507. 16C401
UXE 2 BDRM. APT. W/ D/W, & A/C over-
g pool at Village Green Apts., Plymouth Rd.,
pear North Campus. Available April 15. Call 769-
100, Ext. 266, Mon.-Fri., 8-4:30. 42C407
-BEDROOM, FURNISHED, bi-level apartment in
Modern building close to campus. Can move in this
ruesday, April 4. $215 per month. Call 769-8520,
lays. 23C407-
NOW AVAILABLE Rooms for rent in 6 person house
for Summer and/or Fall. Campus area.Cal 663-1910.
40C402
ANSWERiTOPREVIOUS PUZZLE
T U B Y S A Z O JAl
E NUR E P O T I L E R
A G L E T U N I 0 F
M U LIT R E S U E I D O
A D 0 P T N E WE 5
ADZ0 S T EEP GA B L E
V E EP E A M E S K E E N
E R 0 0 S TNRER B UD
S C O R N S B R O I L
S P L U A M A S D E A
A U N A T R S K E A N
R E C T A IN L E B E
E D E L D O F F E R L E S

668-6906

663-3641

cCtc
HOUSE-CAMPUS,
HOSPITAL AREA
Unfurnished, 3-bedrooms, separate dining roo,,
modern appliances, full ceramic bath, large fenced
yard and garage. Fall '78 occupancy. For appoint-
ment call 668-6906 or 663-3641 cctc
CAMPUS
Available May 1
Efficiency on E. Madison, 1 and 2 bedroom apts.
on N. Thayer, 4 bedroom houses on Packard and S.
State.
Available July 1
2 bedroom apt. on Arch, no pets. Call before 8
p.m., 663-5609. 590331
CAMPUS-Modern furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apts.
Available May 1 w/fall option and some available
for fall occupancy. 769-9283, 429-4335. 47C331

FURNISHED ROOM in quiet house. Available April-
May with possible summer-fall option. One block
to campus and Medical Center. Free parking 769-
0698. 880402
APT., LG., 1-BEDROOM with fireplace. Huron &
7th St. $350/month plus security deposit. 662-7619.
89C405
2 BEDROOM Modern furnished apartments.
Parking, laundry facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham
Building. Fall occupancy. $300/month, includes heat
and water. 663-4101.
Campus Management, Inc.
Cc
FALL LEASE
With summer sublease option. Own room in a
modern bi-level apt. near campus, air conditioning,
dishwasher, private free parking, laundry facilities,
stove, heat and oven gas included in price. Call
665-9092. 91C330
ROOM FOR RENT APRIL 1st
Church and Hill-Room in a 5-bedroom house with
kitchen, dining room, living room, fireplace, 12
baths, washer, dryer, and parking available. 662-
4877. 76C404
SIX BEDROOMS, living, dining, kitchen, 3 full
bathrooms, upstairs study,fully furnished. Ample
parking, no pets. May lease. $780/month. Please call
663-5861. 54C331
SUMMER SUBLET - BURNS
PARK. SPACIOUS 1-BED-
ROOM APARTMENT IN
OLDER HOME. CALL 995-4826.
86C405
SPRING--SUMMER 1978
We are currently leasing efficiency and one-bedroom
apartments for Spring/Summer. Each unit is fur-
nished and located in a modern building. Please
call for more information. Dahlmann Apts., Ltd.,
543 Church St.761-7600. cCtc
APARTMENTS-FALL
Furnished, in older homes near Campus. Several
larger units, many 1 bedroom and efficiencies.
OLD TOWN REALTY
214 Nickels Arcade-10-3 weekdays
663-8989
740404
NEXT WINTER
DON'T LET A LITTLE
SNOW STOP YOU
" 2 blocks from main campus
" Hi-riseluxury
" 8 month individual liability leases.
$50 security deposit
" Approved off campus housing
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
Phone 761-2680
536.Forest
AVAILABLE MAY-AUG.
WITH FALL OPTION
Half a house on campus, furnished, 3-bedrooms,
shag carpeting, ceramic bath. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
ONE BEDROOM apartment, unfurnished. Tennis.
Pool. North campus recreation and bus stops-2
blocks. Sublet April 1 to August 30. May assume lease
for next academic year. 662-2662 evenings. 430331
Thompson Apartments
Located on Central Campus
Efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished apart-
ments available for fall occupancy. Attractive
modern building and furnishings. Includes laundry
facilities and air conditioning.
CALL 665-2289
Or visit the resident manager at
350 THOMPSON STREET, APT. 216
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
cCtc
NOW RENTING for Spring, Summer, Fall:
luxurious newly furnished rooms, single and double,
price ranging $45 and up. Call 995-3276, or 769-3078.
p-1C416
The Highlands
Located on North Campus
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments avail-
able for immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring
security lock systems, drapes, dishwasher, lighted
tennis courts and swimming pool. Buses to and
from central campus daily.
CALL 769-3672
Or visit the resident manger at
1693 BROADWAY, Apt. 302.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company
cCtc
GEDDES-OBSERVATORY
AREA

Modern 3 or 4 person furnished 2 bedroom for
fall, parking, separate kitchen with dining area,
laundry facilities.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
INC.-663-4101
335 E. HURON
9-5 WEEKDAYS 10-2 SAT.
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments,
available for fall in older home, 1 block from
Rackham Building. Laundry facilities, parking. 663-
4101 cCtc
FALL 1978 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing efficiency and 1 bedroom
modern, furnished apartments for next fall.t
Stop by or call
DAHLMANN,
APARTMENTS
543 CHURCH
761-7600 DAILY 9-5
cCtc
0"1 A ATC1 C/T "NT

LEGAL AID'S SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON YOU-
To cut costs, the University may close campus legal
aid. Vote in the student elections April 10, 11, and
12 to preserve guaranteed legal help for all students.
05F409
THE NEXT TIME YOU HAVE AN AFFAIR, make
it formal. The Campus Tux Shop, 3382 Washtenaw,
across from Arborland, 973-9300. pcFtc
MEXICAN MEDICAL SCHOOLS, WHO-HEW recog-
nized, four year. Call 219-996-4210. p46F609
FIRST IS BILLIARDS, then comes all the other
games. Billiards at the Union, cF331
WHERE ELSE in the world will you find all these
magazines in one shop? Oceans, Craft Horizons,
Alcheringa, Der Spiegel, Daedalus, Fine Woodwork-
ing, Chicago, Toronto Life, Le Novvel Observateur,
and Dance Magazine are all in our collection. A
Periodical Retreat, 316S State, 663-0215. cF33
HURRICANE SEASON
Have you heard? Hurricanes are in! We hae
fluted and cylindrical glass hurricane globes at
good prices. LITTLE DIPPER CANDLES, 415 N.
Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to the Farmer's
Market). cF331
CAMPUS TUX SHOP is for Lovers. The Campus
Tux Shop, 3382 Washtenaw, across from Arborland,
973-9300. pFt,
FOR A LIST of some of the titles carried n our
shop, we invite you to look atiour display ad in
this issue of the Daily.
A Periodical Retreat, 316 S. State, 663-0215
cF331
LOOKING FOR A SIGN? A GOOD WORD? Zeplin
Ink. designs to your needs. Inexpensive commis-
sions (because we're not famous yet. M. Joanne or
Lynne, 449-4503 or Daily Box No. 219. dF402
OZONE HOUSE needs you to provide temporary
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
weeks-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
Jan at 662-2222. cF416
DISSERTATION COPY SALE!
ALL COPIES22'
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cF 6
WHOLISTIC THERAPY WORKSHOPS on communi-
cation and change. Perceiving the world. Training
for helpers. Personal growth. Phone Alan Konell,
662-6729. 03F402
MALE LOOKING for female bridge player, dup-
licate or willing to learn duplicate. Send reply to
Box No. 8, Michigan Daily. dF402
HAVE YOU EVER HAD A LUMP IN YOUR
BREAST?-I'm studying the impact of breast
disease on women. If you have ever had breast
disease, benign or malignant, and would be willing
to fill out a questionnaire, please call Ora at 761-
6904 after 4 p.m. persistently. dF407
LADY TO COOK AND CLEAN apartment for free
housing and food. Write Daily Box 17. 05F404
SANDY, DEMETRA AND CATHY (KATHY?)-
Remember, the BRP is always watching! dF33
QUALITY CRAFT PERIODICALS. Our selection
nw includes CRAFT HORIZONS, GLASS
MAGAZINE, all issues of FINE WOODWORKING,
INTERWEAVE, CERAMICS MONTHLY, and SPIN-
OFF. A Periodical Retreat. 316 S. Sate. 663-0215.
cF331
DANISH to ENGLISH translator needed. Nothing
lengthly, but important to family. Wil pay. Call
Pete, 763-3246. dF
WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH OUR U.S.A.
MEDICAL CARE SYSTEM? Some ideas from their
study of Ivan Illich's book, "Medical Nemisis" by
Residential College class members Liz, Jeff. George,
and Matt. Dial ELF now 663-5366, a recorded mes-
sage around the clock, to talk to the Energy Line
Family phone 665-6297. Shalom. cF401
WANTED-FUNNY, talented, hard-working males
or females to start a comedy improv group in Ann
Arbor this spring. Call Brian at 662-3644 and ask
for Henry. Avoid calling on Sunday mornings.
dF331
LOWEST
COST
COPYING
" STAPLING
" COLLATING
" COLORS. LABELS, FULL SERVICES
- QUALITY BOND PAPER COPIES
ANN ARBOR'S LOWEST COURSE PACK PRICES
COPYMILL
LOW COST COPYING
(near Jason's and Olga's)
6623969
cFtc
SUPPORT/CR groups forming for women desiring'
to explore bisexuality and lesbianism. Contact Gay
Office, 763-4186. 3404 Michigan Union. 17F331
SUPPORT/CR groups for lesbians forming. Contact
Lesbian Advocate Office, 763-4186. 3404 Michigan
Union. 16F331
SURPRISE! SURPRISE!
Will sing a message to anyone, anyplace, anytime,
anywhere. Callus, 668-7672. cF416
ROOM IN HOUSE AVAIL, for working woman,
April 1. Laundry, parking, 3 blocks from campus.
994-4181. 51F331
PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counselin
at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Ext. 1972. cF416
PREGNANT & NEED HELP? -
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy

tests available.v+ cFtc
DENVER-Win 2 $10 tickets to John Denver concert
April 15th. No purchase necessary. Dollar Bill
Copying, 611 Church, above the Blue Frogge. Fea-
turing 31, Xerox copes-collated-Bring this ad.
Till April 15th. cF413

2 BEDROOM modern furnished apartments. Park-
ing, laundr facilities, 4 blocks to Rackham Building.
Fall occupancy. $300/mo. includes heat and water.
663-4101. Campus Management. cCtc
SPRING-SUMMER RENTALS
Efficiency, one, two bedroom apartments and
houses are available for rentals. Stop in and pick
up a copy of our listings. McKinley Properties,
Campus Division. 611 Church, 769-8520. 29C408

ARRIFLEX 16-S; two 400 ft. magazinescases,
matte box, and shoulder brace and accessories,
$2800. 1-341-4420 after 6.'2t vs,

WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - RELIABLE TRANSPORATIONT
Will pay up to 20$ for good 1-3 speed bicycle. Call
763-2792, late at night or early in the morning.

EARN $3000.00 THIS SUMMER!!! Find out how.
For interview call 994-4309, 8-5 p.m. 27H407
THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
is now accepting applications for summer employ-
ment. Contact Shelley or Nancy at 764-0560. Or stop
by at The Daily, 420 Maynard St., 2nd floor. - dH407
HTHE UNIVERSITY of Michigan's Survey Research
Center is presently adding to its staff of profes-
sional interviewers to conduct its ongoing telephone
research projects..Candidates should be available
to work at least 20 hours per week, and willing to
work evenings and weekends. We will train. Pay
starts at $3.25 per hour. Interested persons should
call weekdays (313) 763-5183 between 3 and 5 p.m.
ONLY, or send inquiries to: Telephone Room, Sur-
vey Research Center, Box 1248, Ann Arbor, MI
48106. A non-discriminatory, affirmative action
employer. 44H411
SUMMER JOBS-Oak Park, MI. Department of
'Parks and Recreation. Interviewing DAY CAMP
and Playground Staff next week at SUMMER
PLACEMENT. Call 763-4117. dH401

EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/
IMPROVISATIONAL DANCE WORKSHOP
all day Saturday, April first. No experience neces-,
sary. $20. Margaret and Bob Blood, 769-0046. 35F331
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80-acre Wildlife Preserve near Chelsea-Swimming,
sailing, canoeing, picnicking, tenting. All-year mem-
bership $50/adult; children' free. Brochure from
Blood's, 2005 Penncraft, Ann Arbor, 48103. 95F416
76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone
numbers, events, and movies call 764-1817, for
student phone numbers call 764-2330. eF416
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York featured alto sax
solosit with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ned Mann
bass, Kevin Gibbs piano and Kenneth Bolds former
drummer five years with Lionel Hampton Drums at
the University Club cocktail lounge each Friday and
Saturday evening 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. throughout the
Fall. No cover charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess. cFtc
OFFSET'AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK-769-0560
1218 S. University
cFtc.
JUNIORS
Don't be left out of your 1979 MICHIGANENSIAN
Yearbook!
Sign up for your portrait appointment TODAY
by calling 764-0561, weekdays from 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
Or stop by our office at 420 Maynard (next to SAB)
These portraits will appear in the senior section of
the 1979 Yearbook. - dF407
FIND NEW FRIENDS. Beautiful women, interest-
ing men, deep thinkers, adventurers, artists, wits,
spiritualists; all used! The Dawn Treader Book
Shop, inside Bill's Bindery. 525 E. Liberty. cFtc

812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594

RIDE WANTED TO VIRGINIA, any time between
Apr. 13 & 20. Will share expenses and driving.
Call Cleve, 665-7810.. dP4Ol
GROUP FLIGHT SPECIALS-Chicago to Luxem-
bourg. Depart April 27, May 18, or 26 ($365). Return
anytime up to one year. For information and reser-
vations call or write: Educational Cooperative
Travel Centre, 176 W. Adams, No.2129, Chicago,
i ata') *1"')1('312 *)72 **3A*An

cJtc

'67 MUSTANG! Automatic, 6-cylinder. $150/Offer.
Nights-663-7324; 764-3480. 40N331
1971 MAVERICK, 57,000 miles, manual transmis-
sion, good engine, needs body work. $100. 994-
3138, after 6 p.m. 98N401
METALLIC BLUE Vega Wagon '77. Perfect con-
dition, 5-year engine warranty, rustyproofed,
automatic, 5,000 miles, AM radio, $3300. 973-0535.
417Nr~fl,

PROFESSIONAL TYPING
J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, term
papers. Rackham Quality guaranteed.
1202 S. University 662-6401'
. cJtc
EDIGRAPH
EDITORIAL & PUBLICATION SERV.
Editing Writing Design e Translation
manuscripts, reports, articles
pick-up & delivery 668-8899
ypcJ4l6'
TYPING-IBM Selectric, accurate, fast. Reason-
able rates. Call Isabel, 973-9618 after '1:30 p~m.
cJ416
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286, 24 hours. cJtc
Professional direction-theses papers.55 -755. cJtc
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
SPECIAL ON TYPING PAPERSFO
THE MONTH OF APRIL

DAILY,
ACROSS
1 But: Fr.
5 "-for the
gods"
10 Use the oven
14 Hankering
15 Milk: Prefix
16 Send out
17 Place for barga
hunters
19 But:Ger.
20 Type of passag
way
21 Provisional
23 Degree in law:
Abbr.
25 Gertrude
26 Investigates
29 First or second
33 Connoisseur of
a sort
35 Emulate John
Curry
36 Biblical lion
37 Edge in archi-
tectural moldin
39 G.P.'s
40 Word with side
or by
43 "Messiah" and
others
46 Blissful
48 Want of
I, 2 |3|41

CROSSWORD PI
Edited by Margaret Farrar
@1978tLosAngelesTime Syndicate
49 Noncom 18 D
51 Term of en- 22 L
dearment 24 T
52 Arty persons 26 Ji
56 Correct 27
60- go brath 28-
61 Famous first 30 P
words: Phrase t
ain 63 Cosmetic base 31 U
64 Dorsal bones 32 M
65 Sailor's tipple 33 S
re- 66 Lily plant 34 S
67 Ready for use 38 H
68 Descends 41I
42 "
DOWN l
1 Do; re,-.. 44 'T
2 Gudrun's victim t
3 Dessert treats 45 G
4 Scallion e
5 king 47 M
6 Tapered seam 50 V
7 U.S. Cabinet mem- 52 S
her 1933-1946 s
8 Very loud 53 S
ng 9 More highly 54 H
seasoned 55 I
10 Relative of C
52 Across 57 J
11 Both: Prefix w
12 City on the 58 (
Dnieper 59 H
13 French verb 62 N

UZZLE

Dieter's toast
Lends a hand
Tableland
Jeopardy
Wet
ox: Phrase
Point opposite
he zenith
Use (crib)
Minus
tory
lip up
Halt
ntrinsic nature
The King and I"
ocale
Type of enter-
ainment
Grades, as of
enlisted men
Melodious.
Vote into law
econd brightest
tar
poken
Hawaiian port
sland of the
Cyclades: Var.
Jabberwocky
word
Owl sound
Harbor sights
Newsboy's gear
10 11r 12, 13

SUMMER CAMP JOBS
TAMARACK
INTERVIEWS APRIL 4
SUMMER PLACEMENT-763-4117
98H402
NATURAL FOODS-Short order cook. Seva Res-
taurant. 314 E. Liberty, 662-2019. 20H331
EXPERIENCED COOK needed for college fra-
ternity. For information, 761-3127 96H406
POOL DIRECTOR-Responsible for operating Ann
Arbor Country Club Pool Facility, Staffing, Schedul-
ing, and Pool Programs. Memorial Day-Labor Day.
Contact: Mr. Plawchan, evenings, 426-2714. 70H404
ARE YOU the best dressed woman on campus?
Would you like to be? Casual Corner, a store of
exciting contemporary fashion, is now accepting
applications. If you like fashionable clothes and
talking to people, and if retailing could be your
career, we d like to talk with you. We offer good
starting pay, liberal employee discounts, and other
benefits. For an appointment, call Ms. Osgood at
Casual Corner, Briarwood, 665-8823. dH401
JEWISH DAY CAMP needs counselors and spe-
cialists. Call 995-2337 or 662-4944. 75H408
PEOPLE NEEDED to cook, host, wash dishes,
tend the salad bar, bus and wait tables. Applications
available and interviews available upon request.
Call Max at 761-1470 after 3:00 p.m. 80H405
OUR BUS BOYS eatwell! nterested in joiningus
for lunch Monday. Wednesday and Friday? Call
769-1972. 85H402
FLOORMEN NEEDED! Apply in person. Dooley's.
66H331
ARCHITECTURAL STUDENT for Estimator/Sales-
man job. Own transportation. Call 971-4596. 95H406
UNITED SYNAGOGUE YOUTH LEADER for Beth
Israel Synagogue. Experience in leadership re-
quired. Call 665-0941. 83H401
BABYSITTER WANTED for 1-yr.-old daughter in
our home, occasionally for older children. Some
light housekeeping, walking distance to campus.
30 hrs./week during day. After 5 p.m. call 662-
7169. 18H401
JOBS--Barge Lines U.S. Rivers, Good pay-no ex-
perience, Men/Women. $4.00, Waterway, Box 23915,
St. Louis, Missouri 63119. 46H401
LIVE-IN BABYSITTER, N.E. Ann Arbor; private
room/bath, for 9 yr. old girl and 2 yr. old boy;
warm loving peer needed. Job begins mid-June;
summer hours full time; fall hours part time. Call
collect 1-548-1166, 6-9 p.m. and weekends. 82H402
WANTED-STUDENTS to work at 76-GUIDE, UM
Counseling Service's hotline. Must be able to make
one year commitment, willing to work night and
weekend shifts and be interested in learning and
developing peer counseling skills. Pay $2.80/hour,
minimum 15 hours/week. Applicationk available at
mandatory information meeting at Counseling
Services, 3rd floor Union, Sunday, April 2, 7:00
p.m. cH401
TELEPHONE ANSWERERS
Must be 18, able to work Sat. and Sun. nights.
Start immediately. Apply in person at Omega
Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Pl. 11H404
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, part-time only, no car necessary. Apply
in person only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Wash-
tenaw Place. 12H404
PART TIME JANITORIAL WORK-Close to cam-

RESPONSIBLE SENIOR would like to house-sit
May/June. Loves dogs and plants. References.
Joel, 761-1623. 410406
SUMMER SUBLET-2 males needed. in 4-man,2,
bedroom, bi-level apartment-air conditioning,
huge living room, 2 bathrooms, quiet, 5 minutes
from campus, 30 seconds from grocery store. Cheap.
Call663-7190. 50U405
LAW STUDENT needs one bedroom or studio sublet -
for summer. May-August preferable. Apartments in,
older homes encouraged. 434-6638. p51U408
APARTMENT OPPOSITE FRIEZE & RACKHAM-
May-August sublet, upstairs one bedroom with
good security and nice view, furnished, paneled,
A/C, parking. Call 665-9737. 45U401
ONE BEDROOM by Briarwood. Many benefits.
663-0369. 46U402
SPRING AND SUMMER SUBLET - Furnished
modern apartment, double room, laund;y, facili-
ties, dishwasher, parking, A/C. Stephanie-994-9302.
-53U406
TWO APARTMENTS in house; Top floor: one
bedroom, living room, fireplace, big kitchen, modern
bath, carpeting. First floor: 6 bedrooms, fireplace.
huge kitchen. Fall options. Call Matt or .Chris-
665-3159. 47U405.
SUBLET-2 bedrooms, furnished, laundry, park-
ing, A/C. $200/month. Available mid-May-August ;1
May FREE. Near CCRB. Call 663-7041. 49U406
MAY-AUGUST-Furnished studio apartment.
Two blocks from campus. Possible Fall 4ption.
Call 663-2902. ' 48U402-
FALL OPTION! One Bedroom Apartment. Near
Tech-Hifi, campus. Call 665-2973, till 1:00 a.m.
38U407
SUBLET-Best location. 2 bdrm., A/C, G-disp.,
1'4 baths, bi-level, laundry rm., free parking,
vacuum. Carriage House Apt. 665-7021. 36U416
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet-Share large 4 bdrm.
house. Own room. Huron & Seventh. $1 5. 06_
7726. 39U407
1 BEDROOM APT, in house, great location, inex-
pensive, sunny. 662-6374. 21U406
"COOL OUT" this summer with A/C and Dooley's
right out your back door. Modern eff. $175 neg.:,
Call 995-3072 persistently. dU402
SUMMER SUBLET-1-bedroom in 2-bedrbom apt.'
for m/f to live with male Grad. student; 26. In-
clean apt. near Medical Center, river, field;vood'
Windows for plants, pool, washer. and drye'. Sha
household responsibilities. No smoking please; R
$115, negotiable. Call David at 665-4281. 16H401
LARGE LUXURIOUS 6-BEDROOM HOUSE-2
bathrooms, sun porch, close to campus. 66-4369.
35U406
MAY-AUGUST-huge 2-bedroom with basement;-.
porch. One minute from law school, Diag. Nego-.
tiable. 663-4482. 25U402
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-The Abbey Modern,.2
bedroom bi-level apt. 5 min. from campus. Fur-
nished, A/C, parking, laundry. 662-6148. 24U402
SUMMER SUBLET-829 Tappan, No. 407. 2 minutes
from campus; dishwasher, garbage disposal, bal-
cony, air conditioning' 2 bedrooms-4fersots 6
8015. 28U4
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET in modern, fully furnished
and carpeted apartment. 2 bedrooms, air condi-
tioning, 5 minutes to classes, free parking, garbage
disposal, laundryamachines, and plenty of storage
space. Price cheap and negotiable. Call Alan and
Joel, 665-8944. dU402
SUMMER SUBLET. Fall Option'-wo-person
furnished efficiency, parking space, washer-dryer,
one block from law quad, $140/mo. Call Barbara,

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