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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 7, 1978-Page 11

Daly Classifieds

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SUMMER SUBLET, Fall Option. Large, sunny,
one-bedroom, fully furnished, air-conditioned,
balcony, private parking. Super location, laundry
facilities in building. $200 negotiable. 663-5675.
50U412
MAY-,SEPT. SUNNY, 2-bedroom apartment,
centrally located. Call 668-6581. 56U412
ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT close to campus.
Price negoitable. 995-1824. 58U411
SINGLE ROOM-Female, non-smoker; house on
Geddes across from Bell pool, fully furnished
kitchen, bath facilities; May-Aug. Rent negotiable.
994-4203 after 5p.m. 26U412
May-August. Fall option: Cozy, distinctive private
room 663-5082.663-7811. .12U1431
SUBLET-5 bedroom house with fall option: recen
tly remodeled parking, porch. Call 665-4903, evenings
best. 30U410
SUMMER-FALL OPTION
Share 2-bedroom apt. w/ male grad.
663-1878
73U408
SUBLET MAY-AUG. 1 room in apartment'furnished.
A/C. carpet. Close to Rackham and Hospital. Price
negotiable. Call Steve, 761-4772. 97U408
2 people needed for 3 person coed house. Own
bedrooms. Packard-State area. Has kitchen, dining
room, large living room, garage, porch, laundry
facilities, darkroom, new carpeting, kitchen newly
tiled and painted. Lots of windows for plants and air.
Price negotiable. 994-4181. 84U408
SUBLET! May-Aug. Large 3 Bedroom, Furnished
Apt. A/C, dishwasher, parking, laundry. 525 Walnut,
No. 5 994-4759. Rent Negotiable. 36U41 1
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet-One bedroom available
in furnished house. LOCATED 7 min. from Campus.
Price negotiable. Call Gina. 995-0786. 73U412
SUBLET-SPACIOUS 2 bedrom, bi-level located 1
minute from Arb, 5 minutes from central campus,
AC, dishwasher, furniture, porch and free parking.
Price negotiable. Call 995-4273. 81U408
May-August--2 males needed in 4 man, 2-bedroom
apartment. A/C. dishwasher. 2 bathrooms, quiet. 5
min. from campus, across from CCRB. Rent
NEGOTIABLE. CALL, DAN OR DAVE, 663-2980.
96U408
Summer sublet-Pool. A/C, modern: quiet residen-
tial area, 2 blocks from campus, I bedroom of 3
bedroom apartment, balcony. negot. rent, protected
parking, male or female. 665-7228: after 6. 662-9770.
88U408
MAY-AUGUST--Own large room in modern 2
bedroom furnished apartment. A/C. laundry,
parking. South Forest and Oakland--8 minutes from
Diag. Male. VERY REASONABLE. 668-0500. 87U408
EFFICIENCY-Free parking, free laundry, fur-
nished, lots of book shelves, near West Park, fall
option. $99/month. 769-4500. 70U406
OPEN APRIL 20th-1 bedroom in 3 bedroom house.
Quiet neighborhood. Chemist, biologist roommates.
Cheap! Call 971-8754, persistently. 66U408
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
CLEAN, LARGE apartment in Forum for sublet.
New carpet, dishwasher, fantastic location. 2 A/C
units, many big closets. Call 994-0994 persistently.
Ideal for 3 or more. dU407
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET-6 bedroom house
near the Power Center. Furnished, air conditioning.
663-1916. 92U408
FEMALE ROOMMATE to sublet. Own bedroom,
furnished, balcony, a/c, dishwasher, disposal. Cam-
pus area. 663-0216. 91U414

sr..nzzSiSPCIA~jL-LoJwest prices on all ni-fi
equipment. All legitimate quotes met or beat. For
5 day delivery call 662-0267,662-6272. 04X411
USED GRAND PIANO, good share and..sound,
Apollo Music Center.769-1400. cxtc
USED MARTIN, good shape. Call Don, 761-9431.
cXtc

Justice Dept. moves to
increase cops' jail terms

TWO BDRM. APT., Divison & Packard. Dishwasher,
a/c, shag carpeting, large windows. Price negot.
Call anytime, 662-6738. 77U413
3 BEDROOM APT. Summer with option. Modern,
air, good location. ist reasonable offer accepted.
663-6892. 70U408
"COOL OUT" this summer with A/C and Dooley's
out your aback door. Efficiency, $150/mo., nego-
tiable. 995-3072. dU408
LARGE VEG. SUBLETS, May-Aug., co-ed, laundry,
near campus, average $11/wk. food. 665-7941. 89U409
Albert Terrace Sublet!
Apt. A-11
ALL luxuries included
Call Jon, Dave or Craig
662-9379
dU416
1 ROOM in 2 room apt. Spring-Summer $106 month
or 50/50. Air, disposal, parking, dishwasher. On
Vaughn, near E.U., IM bldg., campus. Call soon-
995-3147. 69U411
SUBLET-May-August; room in beautiful house,
10 minute walk to Diag. 663-9790. 79U411
SPACE IN 4-MAN modern apt. Beautiful. A/C,
dishwasher, parking. Located close to CCRB, ARB,
and campus on Walnut Street. Willing to sublet
for very low price. Call Randy., 662-6421 anytime
after 8 a.m. before 1 a.m. First offer accepted!
________dU408
WHY SUBLET? Be a 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
ONE BEDROOM furnished townhouse with loft,
dishwasher, a/c, swimming pool. $140. 971-2892.
May-August. 87U411
SUBLET-$200. Two bedroom, unfurnished, pool,
air condition. Available April 15. Fall option. 662-
0323. 84U412
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-Two bedroom modern
apartment with a/c and dishwasher. Price nego-
tiable. Close to campus. 995-2936. 14U409
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Own bedroom in
beautiful spacious four bedroom house. E. Univer-
sity and Oakland. 764-0965 or 764-0969. 96U41 1
SUBLET SPACIOUS 3-person apartment in Albert
Terrace, May-August. Bi-level, air conditioning, I z
baths, dishwasher, fully carpeted. Close to campus
and the Arb. Negoitable. Call 662-1876., dU408
SUBLET May-August-i-3 females, air-condition-
ing, 2 bedroom bi-level, dishwasher, close to campus,
rent negotiable. 994-3353. 88U408
SPRING-SUMMER-1 bedroom in large sunny 2
bedroom apartment. Fantastic location. Cll 994-
)87. 86U409
SUBLET-SPRING-SUMMER OR JUST SUM-
MER. Cute, homey, 2 bedroom apartment in house.
Porch, living room, study, kitchen. Great location.
Extremely reasonable. Call 668-7576. 81U412
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-Two rooms. Furnished.
No kitchen. Price netotiable. Call 994-9169, dU411
MUSICA L MDSE.,
RADIOS, RPIS
FENDER TELECASTOR with maple neck and hard
case. Apollo Music Center, 323S. Main. pcXtc
YOUR ENERGY= $
Work with us this summer, full or port time, sell-
ing unusual flying toys. Make $100/doy and
more. Please write:
JACK SCHYLLING
Schylling AssocIates
P.O. Sox 53
Manchester, Ma. 01944

MA~tLE~, LOOKPING for1wnUWIr[oom1inl houset or)1apart-
ment on or near campus. Fall. Call Cary, 994-
0272. 13Y413
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to complete two-
man apartment. Must be non-smoker. Sports fan
hoped for. Location is in Tower Plaza. Perfect for
central campus. Call 994-6263 after 5 p.m. dY409
NEEDED-2 WOMEN for 4 person house-close
to campus-great rates-wonderful landlord and
much more. Ed, 662-6315. 72Y409
ROOMMATE WANTED to sublet own bedroom in
large 3-bedroom apartment, Spring/Summer. Great
roommates. Rent negoitable. Call 668-8819. 57Y411
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for 3-bedroom
apartment on Ann Street. Starting Sept. Call 663-
8657. 42Y411
ROOMMATE NEEDED-Male, non-smoking. To
sublet Spring/Summer. Great location, near IM.
994-8018. 41Y411

SECOND SERVI DISCOUNT
RAQUET BALL AND TENNIS SIOES
406 E. LIBERTY
M63-6771
It. all adds
up

HOUSTON (AP) - A Mexican-
American leader said yesterday it
would be "very disruptive, very
divisive" if a federal judge rejects a
Justice Department motion to stiffen
the sentences he gave three ex-
policemen in the death of a Mexican-
American prisoner.
The .motion filed Wednesday with
U.S. District Court Judge Ross Sterling
said the probated sentences he assessed
March 28 on civil rights violations were
illegal because conviction carries a
maximum penalty of life imprison-
ment.
There was no comment from Sterling
and no date was set for him to hear the
motion.
LAWYERS FOR THE defendants
said they would fight the motion, and
there were indications any ruling by
Sterling would be appealed to the U.S.
Fifth Circuit Court.
"If the judge denies the motion, he is
essentially admitting violating a
federal law, but stating he is not going
to correct the illegal actions," said
Ruben Bonilla, a Corpus Christi lawyer
who is state director of the League of
United Latin American Citizens.
Bonilla said such a position would
"reinforce the sentiment in the
Mexican-American community that he
is a discompassionate fellow and that
he has no interest in protecting the
rights and privileges of Mexican-
Americans."
THE BODY OF Jose Campos Torres,
21, a karate expert, was found in Buf-
falo bayou May 8, 1977, three days after
he had been arrested in a bar distur-
Of the 2.8 million people who did
farm work in 1976, approximately 59
per cent were in the 14-to-25 age
group, says National Geographic.

bance.
The former policemen - Terry Den-
son, 27, Stephen Orlando, 22, and
Joseph Janish, 24 - were convicted
Feb. 8 by a federal court jury. Sterling
sentenced them to one year in prison on
a misdemeanor count -for beating
Torres and gave them 10-year suspen-
ded sentences probated for five years
on a felony count of conspiring to
violate Torres' rights with resulting
death.
The sentences prompted immediate
controversy, as had the suspended sen-
tences Denson and Orlando received
last year when they were convicted in
state court on misdemeanor negligent
homicide charges.
WEDNESDAY'S motion did not
challenge the one-year prison sentences
but said the probated sentences were
"illegal and not within the scope of the
court's discretion."
Bonilla said Sterling should set a new
sentencing date and assess a punish-
ment in keeping with the case of
Richard Morales, another prisoner who
died in police custody. Frank Hayes,
former Castroville police chief,
received a life sentence in San Antonio
federal court in February in the
Morales case, after receiving a 10-year
sentence in a state court trial.
Bob Bennett, lawyer for Denson, said

the motion cited no similar case in
which a probated sentence has been
ruled illegal. He said he believes
federal law excludes probation only
when death or life are the only possible
sentences.
"The judge correctly interpreted the
law and we will file the appropriate
response to the motion," he said, "I
think the judge was aware of the gover-
nment's position at the time of senten-
cing and had decided probation was ap-
propriate."
WRCN
FANTASY FLIGHT
KITE-IN
Saturday, April8
NOON
'UNTIL DAR
Waterman
Gym Site
LIVE
ENTERTAINMENT
Plenty of kite flying and kite design
contests with RECORD GIVE-AWAYS

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OF

The Notre Dome Cultural Arts Commission
Presents The Twentieth Annual
COLLEGIHATE-
JAZZ
FESTIVAL
1978.
FEATURING MANY OF THE NATION'S
FINEST COLLEGE JAZZ GROUPS
Friday, .April 7 Saturday, April 8
JUDGES: HUBERT LAWS, Flute LARRY RIDLEY, Bass
LEW TABACKIN, Saxophone JOHN LEWIS, Piano
LOUIE BELLSON, Drums DAN MORGENSTERN, Critic
7:30 Friday Night $4.50 WEEKEND PASS:
12:15 Saturday $2.50 STUDENT $7.50
6:30 Saturday Night $4.00 Non-Student $8.50
STEPAN CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

MEET PHIL POWER
Democratic Candidate for
U.S. Senate
at a BROWN BAG LUNCH
Friday. April 7-12 Noon
439 Mason Hall
Paid for by Phil Powers for U.S. Senate Committee

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