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MSA board increases
student aborti~on benefit
large living room and
chn. Mvay-Asugust or JUIy-
MAY-AUGUST! One bedroom/bathroom in 2 bed-
room apartment. A/C, balcony, sunroof. Spacious
living room, kitchen, free parking, laundry in build-
ing. Close to Law Quad, IM building. Price nego-
tible. Call 668-8099. 07U416
SUBLET-ROOM in furnished .3 bedroom house,
Old West Side. Walk/bike campus. Rent negotiable.
663-6099, Paul. 0U416
MALES TO SHARE 3 bedroom apartment next to
Bagel Factory. A/C, free parking, balconies, fur-
nished. Call after 6,995-4954. 10U416
NEED 2, 3, or 4 for modern bi-level apt. 2 bdrm.,
11/2 bath. A/C, balconies, cable TV, kitchen appli-
ances. 5 min to campus, free parking. 663-7190.
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET-2 bedroom apt., large
living room, air conditioning, shag carpeting, near
campus and I-M sports. 662-1794. .. 21U416
Spacious 4-man apartment located next to Bagel
Factory. Balcony view of S.U. A/C. Price negotiable.
ONE OR TWO BEDROOMS availble in 3-bedroom
apartment near campus. Low rept, kitchen facilities.
May-August. Call Mimi at 995-2743 or 668.-9669.
BEDROOMS(3), kitchen, comfortable den; near
campus. Sublet together or separate. $70/room. 764-
SUBLET MAY-AUGUST-4-man apartment near
campus, 3 places open. Negotiable price. Call 6615-
SUMMER SUBLET, Fall option. Own room in two
bedroom apt., near downtown. Rent-Summer $115
(negotiable); Fall $130. Call Denise, 994-0949, or
Paul, 761-0828 after 5:30. 22U416
Bi-level, 2 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 sunny balconies, air
conditioning, dishwasher, free parking. $225. 525
Walnut, No. 16.663-4699. 14U416
Clean and beautiful, modern, furnished apart-
ment, 2 bedroom, top-floor, balcony, A/C, parking,
laundry. Low rent May 1-Aug. Bargain rate if pos-
session after May 28. 665-0439. 13U416
SUBLET-May-August. Modern apt., bi-level, 2 bed-
rooms, A/C, dishwasher, 1 baths, new furniture,
reserved parking, balcony, carpeting. 995-4462.
FEMALE ROOMMATE-Share furnished apart-
ment close to campus with Oriental girls; own
room, sublet Spring-Summer. $95/mo. Call Lina,
ONE FEMALE NEEDED. Own room in modern
apartment. $75 per month. 995-3005. 38U416
OWN ROOM in spacious 2-bedroom furnished
townhouse. Sundeck, garage, A/C, pool. Bargain-
$120/month. May-August. Call 994-4761 persistently.
ONE BEDROOM, balcony, parking, air, across from
LM. May-August. Price negotiable. 662-7486. dU415
MAY-AUGUST. $60/month. Own room in 4-bed-
room apartment. 1 block from old IM. Porch. 912
Mary. 665-2914. 05U416
Own room in 3 bedroom apartment. 10 min. from
Diag. 2 min. walk to Burns Park. Price negotiable.
Call Mark, 769.2297. 08U415
SUNNY SUBLET-May-August. Two bedroom
modern apartment, 4 blocks south of campus. A/C,
huge southwindow, parking available. Call 665-
7580after5 p.m. ; 41U416
WHY SUBLET? Be a member! Spring in co-ops
offers you single room and meals on North or
Central campus. Work and play together. ICC, 4002
Michigan Union, 662-4414. dU416
SPRING-SUMMER, 912 Church, No. 1-2 bedroom
apt., nice old house. 665-7288. Fall option. 57U416
SUBLET SINGLE in house, May-August. Excellent
location, across from Rackham. Access to kitchen.
663-0075, Malcolm, 913 East Huron, R. 7. 82U416
FREE CASE OF BEER! SUMMER SUBLET-
July-August. Spacious 3 bedroom house. Prime loca-
tion, East U-Hill. Rent negotiable. 663-4574, 764-
SPRING-SUMMER-1bedroom in large sunny 2
bedroom apartment. Fantastic location. Call 994-
SUMMER VILLA-May-Aug. Huge 4 bedroom apar-
tment in house. Room for 4-6 people. furnished, with
great porch. 3 blocks to campus, 2 to Dooley's or
downtown AA. Utilities. Parking. 327 S. Division. 662-
FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM apartment includes
utilities except electricity, close to campus. Tappan
Street, 663-8047, 95U416
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Female to share 2-
bedroom, own room. Lots of niceties. Call 662-
WE HAVE AN EXTENSIVE
LIST OF LOW PRICE SUB-
LETS FOR SPRING AND SUM-
MER. ROOMMATES AND 1, 2,
and 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENTS LOCATED ON
CALL NOW !!
TWO-BEDROOM-Sublet May thru August. Fur-
nished, parking, air. Close to campus. 320 E. Madi-
son, Apt. 10.663-1299. 29U416
SUBLET-Spring, Summer. Abbey Apartments. 3
bedroom, 2 bath. Air conditioned, dishwasher, laun-
dry, parking available, close to campus. Price nego-
tiable. Call 665-4534. 45U503
SUBLET-2-bedroom modern apartment 1 block
from Medical Center. Furnished, A/C, dishwasher,
parking. Call 668-2423 p.m. 53U415
MAY TO AUGUST sublet of sunny two bedroom
apartment in house. Close to campus, $150/month.
Call 994-1265 after six. dU416
IDEAL FOR KIDS-Two bedroom furnished apart-
ment, washer-dryer, dishwasher. Large outside play
area, Mich. bus stop. $200/month, June 1-Sept 1.
Will consider earlier date. 662-2271. 46U416
SUBLET-BEST Location. 2 bdrm., A/C, G-disp.,
1/ baths, bi-level, laundry rm., free parking,
vacuum. Carriage House Apt. 665-7021. 36U416
MAY-MAY-One bedroom, livingroom, kitchen,
full bath. Carpeting and fireplace. Cozy. 665-3159.
SUBLET-3 SINGLE ROOMS in a 6 bedroom house.
Furnished with fireplace, new kitchen appliances,
fully carpeted. May-August only. $70/month. Green-
wood near Packard. 50U416
SUBLET-CHEAP EFFICIENCY. Fall option. Air
conditioned, close to campus. Call~ Doug, 668-7425.
MODERN TWO-MAN EFF. May-Aug. $145/mo.
A/C, disposal, washer/dryer. Thompson near
Liberty. 995-3072. dU416
MAY-AUGUST. 2-bedroom apt., A/C, garbage dis-
posal, sheltered parking, good-sized bedrooms, nice
living room. Sunny, close to campus. Price nego-
tiable. 665-9063. 37U416
NEED A PLACE for the month of MAY ONLY?
Sublet your very own bedroom in a three-bedroom
apartment. Close to campus, congenial. Call Steve,
SPRING-SUMMER Sublet. Gorgeous house, 3 bed-
rooms left, air conditioning, near Power Center.
ROOM IN HOUSE on Packard near State. Mid-
May or June thru August. $75/month. Phone 994-
SUBLET-May-August. Share modern furnished
apt. with two male Eng. Students. Bi-level, balcony,
A/C, located behind E. Eng. Price negotiable.
WEST PARK-2/4 months, 2 bedroom apartment.
Fall option, furnished/unfurnished. 662-3403, eve-
FEMALE-May-August. 1 or 2 bedrooms in spacious
bi-level apartment; large porch; Church-South Uni-
versity area; 3 minutes to Central Campus. Rent
negotiable. Possible fall option for 1.662-9179. 36U416
ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT close to campus.
Price negotiable. 995-1824. 56U416
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET-2 bedroom modem
apartment for rent. Many extras. Rent negotiable.
5 BEDROOM house, ON CAMPUS, summer, nego-
tiable, FALL OPTION, private landlord. 665-5593.
SUBLET FOR RENT-Two bedroom, air cond.,
near med center, rent negot. 665-5103. 80U416
FALL OPTION-July-August sublet-Female grad.
student to share 2 bedroom apt. Fireplace-beamed
ceiling-furnished. Near Farmer's Market. 662-
OWN ROOM in furnished house next to campus,
near Geddes bus stop. $75 per month. Parking in-
cluded, fall option. 425 Church St. 663-6739. 97U415
ROOMS FOR RENT. Spring-Summer in large lux-
urious 6 bedroom..house, two full baths, 2nd floor
sun porch, across from East Quad. 663-4369. 31U415
MAY-AUGUST-One bedroom in two bedroom
modern apartment; fully furnished, air conditioning,
5 minute walk to campus, free parking, $57.50.
Call Max, 665-5691. dU416
EFFICIENCY-Ann & Ingalls, furnished, free park-
ing, rent negotiable, May-Aug. 668-6522 evenings.
SUBLET-Large, one bedroom apartment. Near
I.M. Building. 15 minutes from campus. Call 663-
SUBLET 3 SINGLE rooms in a 6 bedroom house.
Furnished with fireplace, new ktchen appliances,
fully carpeted. May-August only. $70/month ea.
Greenwood near Packard. 995-7673 or 665-0969.50U416
SUBLET 2-BEDROOM modern apartment I block
from Medical Center. Furnished, A/C, dishwasher,
parking. Call 668-2423 p.m. 53U416
WANTED-Sublet or share expenses on a room
or apartment for Spring-Summer semester, one or
more days a week in cultural/congenial setting.
Chuck, Box 22, Michigan Daily. 16U416
SUBLET-2 bedrooms, furnished, parking, laundry,
A/C, $200/month. Available mid-May-August. May
FREE. Near CCRB. Call 663-7041. 7U416
SUBLET WITH POSSIBLE FALL OPTION-Two
rooms in coed co-op house, Division near Packard.
Cheap. Don or Dan, 761-9447. 59U415
WOMAN NEEDED to sublet 1 room in 2 bedroom
apartment. Close to campus, balcony, parking,
laundry. Rent $100. Call 663-9199. 15U416
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-Large furnished
efficiency. Air cohditioning, laundry, parking
facilities. Located across from St. Joe's. $160 firm.
Call 662-7323 after 10 p.m. 88U416
SUMMER SUBLET! Space for one in 2 bedroom,
4-man apartment. Excellent location; near campus.
Air conditioning, dishwasher, parking. Call 663-
WANTED SUBLETTERS! May-August. 2 Bdrm.
Apt. 1010 Catherine, No. 209. A/C, dishwasher,
parking, reasonable rent. 995-4916. 16U416
SUMMER SUBLET! 2 bedrooms in sunny house.
Pets okay. Fall option. Available May 1. Call Sara
or Blayney, 769-7042 or 668-9669. Keep trying. 28U505
SPRING/SUMMER-5 bedroom house located 1
block south of Law Quad. Furnished, 2 full baths,
parking, fireplace. Will consider a group or indi-
viduals.'Call 764-8754 or 764-8759. 01U416
SUMMER SUBLET-2 bedroom, bi-level apart-
ment, A/C, near campus and Arb. Price negotiable.
MAY/AUGUST-Own room in large 2 bdrm. apt.
near Med ctr., a/c, prefer grad male. 663-1786.
ONE BEDROOM, furnished apartment. Five min-
utes to Diag. A/C, kitchen, bath. May-Auust. $125/
month or best offer. 662-9191. Free Cable TV. 81U416
JUNE 1 SUBLET, Fall op. Lg., sunny 2 bdrm.
apt. by N. Campus. A/C, dishwasher, laundry rm.,
pool, tennis. Call before 9 a.m. & after 5 p.m., 769-
May through August-Great 2 bedroom modern
apt., furnished, full kitchen, terrace, dishwasher,
laundry facilities, free parking, bright and airy.
Rent reasonable. Call 665-3955 persistently. dU415
FEMALE NEEDED-Single room in house. Spring-
Summer. 662-4299. 68U416
One bedroom apartment, furnished, parking, near U.
of M., sunny. $175/mo. Call 994-0670 evenings,
$75-FEMALE SHARE ROOM. Air conditioned, fur-
nished apartment. 662-8903. dU416
A free service to assist
Complete selection of furnished summer apartments
"from one to five bedrooms in modern bldgs. and
older houses. Central Campus and Medical Center
stop by or call:
By MICHAEL ARKUSH
The Michigan Student Assembly's (MSA) Insurance
Committee approved a measure Thursday night to boost
abortion benefits for students from $100 to $175. The measure,
approved 6-1 by the Committee, also increases benefits for
normal child birth from $200 to $300 and from $300 to $400 for
"This shows we have the most comprehensive student
health insurance program this University has ever had,"
said Phil Merdinger, chairman of the Committee.
THE PROPOSAL to increase abortion benefits was in-
troduced at last week's Committee meeeting but a formal
vote was postponed when Committee members said it would
be inconsistent to increase abortion benefits without the ad-
ditional increases in normal child birth and caesarean birth
benefits. Thursday's vote, however, was quick and decisive.
"I was happy it was such a quick vote and I think
everybody was glad that it passed," said Dick Brazee, an
abortion funding advocate.
Last week, the Committee held a bitter meeting to reviev
its health insurance polices focusing primarily on the y -
troversial abortion issue. A long debate ensued with' ad-
vocates of abortion beneifts and opponents contesting the
validity in increasing the benefits.
Pro-abortionists said the average student's budget"could
not support an abortion. Abortion opponents requested the
committe to abolish its abortion benefits because of moral
considerations. The Committee finally voted to continue the
existing abortion benefits.
WANTED TO RENT-One man efficiency apart-
ment or room in house for student who will be
starting law school in the fall. Please write 1201
Palm Beach Rd., Apt. 106 E. Stuart, Fla. 33494.
,VrU rU K A um i aouue for fall. nard-
working, non-smoking, senior. Call Kevin: 994-4624.
FEMALE ROOMMATE! wanted to share apt.
Spring/Summer. Cable TV; A/C; close to campus.
Please call after 5:00; 994-0065. 17Y416
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall to share
2-bedroom apartment. $99/month. Hilland Tappan.
764-1898 or 764-1899. 39Y416
NEEDED! 2 FEMALES to share large 2 bedrom
apartment. 2 blocks. from campus. For Fall '78.
Call 994-5694. 17Y415
FOR FALL/WINTER-MALE roommate who is a
non smoker and likes sports, to share apartment in
heart of campus. Apartment is one-bedroom with
bath, complete kitchen. Call 994-6263 after 5 p.m.
ROOMMATES WANTED! for spacious tri-level
apartment, fall term. Excellent location. $115-147.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR FALL. 3 bed-
room apt., 2 baths, centrallocation. Parking avail-
able. $103/month. 668-8789. 9OY416
ROOMMATES NEEDED- Two rooms in 3 bdrm.;
A/C; near B-School. 663-8714. 23Y415
ONE BEDROOM available in 4-person apartment.
For 1-2 people. $92.50 per person. Call Connie,
BIK ESAN @SCOOTERS
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Price negot. Call 665-5381. 76Z415
BIKE FOR SALE-SUZUKI 250c.c., 2-smoke, 6,000
miles, 1971,$400.663-6371, evenings. 36Z416
BIKE FOR SALE-Suzuki 250 c.c., 2-smoke. 6,000
miles, 1971,$400.663-6371, evenings. 36Z416
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS, REAIS
USED GRAND PIANO, good shaDe-and. sound
ApolloMusic Center, 769-1400. exte
USED MARTIN, good shape. Call Don, 761-9431.
FENDER TELECASTOR with maple neck and hard
case. Anollo Music Center. 323 S. Main. pcXtc
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ch materials, and had Agency analysts
cooperate with a University professor.
"I have decided to try to do an inter-
view project focusing on problems of
political communication within the
Chinese political system," wrote the
unnamed professor. This would involve
interviewing "between twenty and thir-
ty ex-cadres from the party or gover-
nment . . ." A cadre is a Chinese Com-
munist party or government official.
After a detailed explanation of his
planned research, the professor wrote
his reason for approaching the Agency:
"The immediate question about which I
would appreciate your guidance con-
cerns the practical aspect of this type of
THE PROFESSOR asked if twenty to
thirty ex-cadres would be available for
an interview and whether he could gain
access to them. "In particular might it
be possible to get some informal official
help or cooperation in locating a num-
ber of ex-cadres now in the Unitedg
States?" wrote the researcher.
In connection with this the professor
wrote, "I do not know whether the fact
that I will have a clearance before long
would affect my ability to gain access
to these people."
If the "clearance" the professor
wrote of is with the CIA, it would mean
that a contractual relationship existed
between the professor and the CIA, ac-
cording to Bill Peterson, an Agency
spokesman. "If a guy's got a CIA
clearance, obviously he must have
something to do with the CIA." On the
other hand, Peterson said, it could
mean he was cleared by another gover-
The CIA response to the professor's
inquiry discounted the possibility of
finding 20 to 30 Chinese ex-cadres
anywhere. But the CIA agent promised
to arrange interviews with a few ex-
cadres who live in the Washington area.
"Let me know a bit in advance when
you may be in town and I'll try to set
things up," the agent said.
In response to the question about the
professor's clearance affecting his
project the CIA agent wrote that "so far
as I can ascertain, there is no dif-
ficulty; of course, our role in any such
project should not be publicized. In any
case I can arrange a short session on
the ground rules when you get to town."
The documents indicate the professor
met with CIA personnel on several oc-
casions. He met with a top CIA China
analyst and with at least one ex-cadre
before going overseas to complete the
WHEN THE PROFESSOR returned,
the Agency offered him a job. A letter
dated May 1, 1970 refers to an informal
meeting the professor had with the CIA
agent and his wife.
"I appreciated the chance to talk
over with you in some detail the em-
ployment possibility with your group,"
wrote the unnamed professor.' 'There is
much that is very attractive about the
position you suggest."
The professor wrote, however, that
his long-term commitment was to
academic life. "While that may change
given the current state of things in the
universitites, I want to think this aspect
of things through with care," he wrote.
The final result of this relationship
could not be reconstructed from
documents provided by the CIA.
WHILE THE CIA was offering them
jobs, professors sometimes returned
the favor by clearing the way for Agn-
cy personnel to get University .jobs
when those agents were laid off becuase
of CIA budget cuts.
In a lette dated April 6, 1973, a
University faculty member, also con-
nected with the Center for Chinese
Studies, wrote Hal Ford, CIA Coor-
dinator for Academic Relations, ex-
pressing his concern for those,at the
CIA who might be laid off.
THE LETTER continues: "Would
you convey my feelings to any involved
with whom I have had a personal or
professional relationship? Is there
anything I might do to help elsewhere in
town? Should any of my friends on the
Hill be alerted?"
CIA employees on campus, for
whatever reason, are not uncommon
although little known. On Christmas
Eve 1968 a professor connected ,to the
Center for Chinese Studies sent a letter
to a CIA employees.
"Regarding (deleted), I am quite in-
terested in having him join us here as a
resource person for a year or two... . I
am having a bit more trouble
mobilizing support for him around the
Center than anticipated, but I hope we
can work out a mutually satisfactory
arrangement," wrote the unnamed
In the 1966 CIA field trip report,. the
CIA agents made the following recom-
mendation: "Rather than having CIA
engage in competition with the univer-
sitites for the relatively few products of
the China centers, it seems more
profitable to use the idle capacity of
such schools as Michigan for training of
agency personnel already on duty in
Ghina Center linked
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
April 16, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 of
I-94, over 225 dealers, everything guaranteed for
authenticity. FEATURING: A-12, D-31 DOLLS; A-15
WINDSORS; 1 & 2/drawer cherry & walnut stands;
set 6 chairs w/orig. paint; bucket bench w/fine
cutout; A-21 MALE ROOM, Gloucester, N.C. PINE
items-horns, helmets, buckets; TOYS; REV. WAR
documents; Civil War drum; A-28 ORIENTAL
RUGS inc. Wg. KILIM; VICTORIAN BOXES & LAP
DESKS; ENGLISH FISH SETS; A-32 BRIDE'S
BOXES; Hannah Daves Hat box; WINDSORS;
TOLEWARE; C-3 COLLECTION Flo-blue; oak roll
top desk, quarter paneled; LOUIS ICART etchings;
BELTER Laminated rosewood organ stool; C-12
CLEWS Platter; CANTON; AMARI; GAUDY
WELCH; C-17 lg. oil "Sunset" sgnd. Wm. S. Kieth;
C-32 QUEEN ANNE tea table w/button foot &
shaped leg; 18 c water canteen and child's Bible;
sea chest w/orig. red paint; 18 c pine tall case
clock w/brass dial; CHIPPENDALE Mirror; D-12
WEATHERVANE full bodied copper running horse;
TRUNDLE BED in old red; 2/drawer blanket chest
grained paint; D-17 TIFFANY Lamps; BRASS beds;
D-22 19 c AMER paintings; TOOLS-hearth &
kitchen; D-29 FIREARMS & SWORDS; EARLY
LIGHTING; AMER. ART POTTERY; D-35 excep-
tional CLOISONNE charger 18"; red satin GWTW
lamp; E-12 AMER ART POTTERY-Warwick,
Hampshire; HUNGARIAN pottery; E216 Collection
victorian art tiles; F-19 FINE BOOKS from H.J.
Carr collection; MICHIGAN post cards; F-38 STAF-
FORDSHIRE blues; TOOLS; WALNUT school-
masters desk; QUILTS; CHINESE EXPORT;
TENT-CANOPY; Coll. 150-200 old DUCK DECOYS
(1880-1930) 30-40 FISH DECOYS; COBBLERS
BENCH; set HITCHCOCK chairs, nice OILS, tiger
strip chzest w/eagle inlay, original near mint; small
FEDERAL secretary, mahogany & birdseye maple,
w/banded inlay, orig. peach brasses, C. 1800-10,
Mass.probably Salem, corner cupbd.pine w/maple,
porringer shelves; C 1760; high chest 5/drawer
country CHIPPENDALE. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (come any-
time after 5a.m.), admission $1.00. 72W415
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A complete range of Liberal Arts and Business courses. evening sessions. You can register by mail until April
Many technical area offerings. 28. You will be billed for your tuition.
Classes run 3, 4, or 5 mornings for seven weeks, June 12 - WRITE: Director of Summer Session
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