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SUBLET-2 BEDROOM, AC, furnished, parking,
Kingsley and Division for May-August. $200. 663-
0304. 77U331
APARTMENT FOR SUBLET April 15-August 31.
Campus location, one bedroom. $200 per month.
769-3167-late. 82U331
SPACIOUS MODERN APARTMENT
Sublet, Spring-Summer. 2 bedrooms, living room,
- kitchen; basement, laundry, parking, fully fur-
nished. Location: 1016 Church. Rent: $142:50 (per
person). Interested: call Lewis, 665-6638. 79U412
BEAT THE HEAT-2-bedroom apartment with
pool, a/c, near campus. May-Aug. 662-6029. 18U404
SUMMER: FALL OPTION. Inexpensive single in
3-bedroom. 665-4919. 06U401
SUBLET-SUNNY ROOMS in house, near cam-
pus/near Arb. 4 rooms for Spring/Summer: 2
rooms for Summer. Washer/Dryer/Refrigerator on
every floor. $75 per month. Call 662-4257. 00U403
MAY-AUGUST SUBLEASE WITH FALL OPTION
-Own room: in a modern bi-level, furnished apart-
ment-near campus, air conditioning, dishwasher,
private free parking, laundry facilities, stove and
oven, gas included in price. Price negotiable. Call
665-9092. 60U331
PLENTY OF SPACE-Indoors and out! North Cam-
pus Co-ops for Spring/Summer; 2, 3, or 4 months.
Room, board, and good people. I.C.C., 4002 Michigan
Union. 662-4414. IOU405
LARGE ROOM in 5 person house. Church & Hill-
very cool. May-Aug. Call Kyle, 662-4877. 09U404
I ROOM TO SUBLET in 2-bdrm. bi-level apt. A/C,
garbage disp., balcony, good loc. 995-2937. 07U402
WHY SUBLET? Bea member! Spring in co-ops
offers you single room and meals on North or
Central campus. Work and play together. I.C.C.,
4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414. 13U408
SUBLET MAY-AUGUST. Tri-level 3 bedrooms, 1i
baths. Air cond., dishwasher, garbage disposal.
Excellent campus location, behind P & A. Free
parking. Rent negotiable. 663-9656. 930404
MAY-AUGUST. MALES to share 3-bedroom apart-
ment next to Bagel Factory. A/C, 2 balconies,
parking, furnished. Call after 6, 995-4954. 92U406
SUBLET-ROOM FOR GRAD, working person in 5
adult house, near Arb, lotsa windows, excellent
location, good people, private. 769-0798. 17U405
LARGE ROOM IN HOUSE, 2 doors from CCRB.
662-1076. 12U331
SUMMER IN CO-OPS-2, 3, 4 month contracts for
single room with meals. Contact Inter-Co-operative
Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414. 14U401
TO SUBLET-STUDIO Apartment, 3 blocks from
campus. Paneled, fireplace, bar, swimming pool,
covered parking, resident manager. Great for one
person. $125.00. Phone 665-2825. 11 U404
LARGE 1 BEDROOM Apartment for Spring-Sum-
merSublet. Airy, spacious old house in residential
area. 668-8406 after 5 p.m. 691402
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet-2 bdrm. apt. A/C, dish-
washer, laundry, great furniture. Close to Arb,
CCRB, campus. Rent negotiable. 1333 Wilmot, A-1I
663-260$. 72U404
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-One block from campus.
CCRB across the street. A/C. Rent negotiable. Call
Greg: 665-7778. dU404
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet-One bedroom available
in furnished house~,LOCATED 7 min. from Campus.
Price negotiable. Call Gina, 995-0786. 73U412
SPRING/SUMMER-5 bedroom house located 1
block south of Law Quad. Furnished, 2 full baths,
parking, fireplace. Will consider a group or indi-
vduals. Call 764-8754 or 764-8759. 68U404
SUBLET .
ay-ugust-2 edrooms plus den. urnishied.
SFireplaceparking, laundry. 668-26 2. 78U4 ,
HERITAGE-HOUSE APARTMENTS-May-August.
Modern two bedrooms, inexpensive, furnished, air-
conditioning, parking. 99-2810. 45U401
MODERN 2 PERSON apartment to sublet. May-
Aug. 'Nicely furnished, carpeted, air-conditioning,
balcony, close to campus. Rent negotiable. Call
Paula or Nancy, 665-4500. 62U401
1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APT, 1 min. from Diag,
parking, laundry, Fall option. Rent negotiable. Eves.
663-4967. 34U401
MAY-AUGUST-Large 3 bedroom, 112 bath, fur-
nished, 2 minutes to campus. Across from CCRB.
Reasonable. Call anytime. 663-1832. 4211401
Campus Area
Sublet Service
A free service to assist
our tenants
Complete selection of furnished summer apartments
from one to five bedrooms in modern bldgs. and
older houses. Central Campus and Medical Center
locations.
stop by or call:

Campus Rentals
1335 S. University
665-8825
cUtc
CAMPUS EFFICIENCY for Spring-Summer sublet.
$180 a month. 663-5463. 63U401
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-One block from campus.
Across the street from CCRB. A/C, dishwasher.
Rent negotiable. Call 995-2954!! dU404
BEAUTIFUL OLDER 4-5 Bedroom House. Available
May-August. Fireplace, sunporch, dishwasher.
995-8919, 668-8701. 67U405
FREE PIZZA IF YOU SUMMER SUBLET, Bi-level:
Rent I or 2 bedrooms. 994-6186. 38U331
1-2 Female roommates wanted. $85/month. May-
August. 662-6229. 69U331
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FENDER TELECASTOR with maple neck and hard
case. Apollo Music Center; 323 S. Main. pcXtc
PIONEER Centrex Stereo, receiver, turntable,
cassette deck, speakers. Only 6 months old. Must
sell-$300. Call Ron, 995-3147. 81X404
PEVEY BASE AMP-One 15" speaker, 100 watts.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. pcXtc
USED MARTIN, good shape. Call Don, 761-9431.
eXtc
USED GRAND PIANO, good shape and sound
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc

The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 31, 1978-Page 9
DOCTOR CITES POSSIBLE RISKS

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By DONNA DEBRODT
Dr. John Medders has some advice
for women under 30 who smoke and
wish to take birth control pills: if at all
possible, quit smoking.
Medders, resident in obstetrics and
gynecology at the University's Medical.
Center, said that while the Food and
Drug, Administration's (FDA) January
report concerning the risks of smoking
while on the Pill only indicated poten-
tial complications in the over-30 age
group, women under 30 should also be
aware of the potential risks of the com-
bination.
THE FDA'S REPORT was based on a
study that showed the combination
causes a dramatic increase in the risk
of strokes, heart attacks and other cir-
culatory disorders in women over 30,
with the greatest risk occurring in
women between the ages of 40 and 45.
According to the report, there are
between 3-4 million women in the
United States who smoke while on birth
control pills.
While stating there is as yet no scien-
tific evidence for the under-30 age
group, Medders said, "Women who are
taking birth control pills and smoke
should be apprised of the possible side
effects and remain alert for any sym-
ptomology related to the Pill
headaches, visual problems chest
pains, etc."
MEDDERS STRESSED the respon-
sibility of the physician in cautioning
the younger woman who wishes to con-
tinue smoking and begin taking the Pill.
"Her physician's obligation is to advise
her of potential risks based on her own
and her family's medical histories."
But, Medders pointed out, "the
ultimate choice to take the Pill is the
patient's."
The FDA's'report requires that the
following warning appear on birth con-
trol pill dispensers as of Aprfl 3:
"Cigarette smoking increases the risk
of serious adverse side effects on the
heart and blood vessels from oral con-
traceptive use. This risk increases with'
age and with heavy smoking (15 to 35
cigarettes per day) and is quite marked
in women over 35 years of age. Women

who use birth control pills should not
smoke."
Medders, one of two gynecologists
who run the Tuesday evening
Gynecology clinic at the University's
Health Service, said this warning will
appear on pills sold through the Health
Service pharmacy soon after the
FDA deadline. But, he added, "The
physician's responsibility to the patient
occurs long before the purchase of the
pills."
MEDDERS SAID while the decision
to prescribe the Pill should be in-

20 minutes of which are spent talking to
the patient - taking a personal and
family history and making sure the
patient understands the risks of the Pill
and how it works.
"I am willing to compromise with the
patient," he said, "as long as she un-
derstands the risks."
Medder's advice for the younger
woman who smokes and is taking the
Pill is first to quit smoking if at all
possible - "No matter what you say
about it, it's bad for you."

of any symptoms related to birth con-
trol pills which might occur,
"One of the first warning signs of
pending complications may be an in-
crease in blood pressure. This is one of
the reasons we only renew pills for one
year, so that the patient will have to
come back and see a physician."
Medders emphasized the importance
of communication between the patient
and doctor: "If you feel that you can't
communicate with your gynecologist.
think about changing doctors."

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WARNING:
'Cigarette smoking increases the risk of
serious adverse side effects of the heart
and blood vessels from oral contraceptive
use ... Women who use birth control pills
should not smoke.
-FDA warning which will
appear on birth control pill
dispensers as of April 3
dividualized for each patient, he admit- IF THE WOMAN is unwilling to quit,
ted, "It takes a lot to get a Pill prescrip- Medders has this advice: "See a
tion out of me. For me to put someone gynecologist on a yearly basis, in-
on pills it takes at least a half an hour, cluding a physical exam. Also be aware
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QUASI-INTELLECTUAL wiseacre w/ hippie lean-
ings. Must like jazz; psychedelic music. Call Jon
or David, 663-6376. One room in 3-bedroom apt.
99Y331
WOMAN WANTED to share quiet residential
home. Fireplace, porch swing. May-April lease.
Call evenings, weekends, 761-1343. 52Y402
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