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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 14, 1974

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 - 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday

FOR RENT
SWIM AT
UNIVERSITY
TOWER APTS.
IN A HEATED SWIMMING POOL
2 and R MONTH SUMMER LEASES-
AIR-CONDITIONED
WHY SUBLET DURING SUMMER?
1top by between classes for a visit.
Only 2 blocks from the Diag at the
corner of
S. University and Forest
CALL 761-2680
cCtc
GRAD STUDENT. unfurished apt.
available, immediate occupancy,
near campus. Fall option. 662-0751.
88C618
2 ROOMS in large house, July-Aug.,
ear campus. Call Joan or Li, 83-
8819. 740615
WOMAN WANTED to share home,
own bedroom, available now with
Fall option. 973-0335. 75C615
FA.C
Now taking applications for Fall
rentala. Mil Street location. 1 & 2
bedrooms, furnished, modern build-
ing. No pets. 434-0140 days, after 6,
973-1744. 77C626
APT. SUBLET-For rest of Summer
at 311 Thompson, No. 2. Shown be-
tween 5 and 93 p.m. daily Na
phone. 37C615
FURNISHED ROOMS, kitchen privi-
leges. 483-3795 or 482-7329. 86C618
OWN BEDROOM in beautiful huge
2-bdrm. apt, in older home near
Burns Park. Prefer grad, working.
662-5831 persistently. liC615
~BEST CAMPUS
2 or 4 month with Fal option.
Completely furnished rooms for
girls. Near Arb. Secure building.
$75/mon. 761-1932. cCt
2 or 4 MONTH
Lease. Start May 1 or July 1. Cam-
pus rooms for girls. Single $75-85.
Double $90-10. 761-1933. cOic
BARGAIN CORNER
JACK'S MEN'S WEAR
118 E. Washinoton
LEE DENIMS
Western Jackets, Jeans, Bells
POCKET T-SHIRTS
(Assorted Colors)
$1.59
CHAMBRAY SHIRTS
Assored Colors)
$4.99
TURTLE NECKS-$3.29
(Assorted Colors,
Assorted Stvles)
Sweat Shirts $2.99 & up
SAM'S
STORE
LEVIS-DENIMS
TRADITIONALS . 11.00
BOOT JEANS . . 11.00
LEVIS-CORDUROYS
STRAIGHT
LEG .... 8.50& 9.50
BELL BOTTOMS .. 9.50
CORDUROY
JACKETS ...:. 14.00
LEVI TAB SHIRTS 13.50
WESTERN SHIRTS
..... from 6.98
SPRING JACKETS
..,.... from 6.98
BACK PACKS from 3.49
207 E. Liberty

FOR RENT
THE MOST
INEXPENSIVE
2 BDRM: APTS.
ON CAMPUS
912 BROWN
Fall
FREE CABLE &
FAIR MANAGEMENT
769-7587
eCte
FALL RENTALS
EXTREMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS APARTMENTS
WELL FURNISHED
Sharon, our rental associate wil be
glad to help you with your housing
needs.
STOP BY - OR CALL HER
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. University
665-8825
FALL
Directly on Campus
Modern 1 and 2 bedroom apart-
ments for 2, 3, and 4 students.
ue apartments feature security
ystem, air, dishwher, balcony,
sound proofing, and reasonable
rates.
Modern Apts.
Office at 418 E. Washington,
basement
668-6906 or 663-3641
eCtc
JULY AND AUG. - First floor of
house, 1201 E. University. 2-bdrms.
994-5549. CHEAP. 64C615
BEST CAMPUS
Summer sunny rooms for girls.
Nicely furnished in a clean, modern
brick building. 975/mon. Includes
utilities. 761-1932. ct
FALL
Campus-Hospital
-Efficiencies
-1 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom Apts.
-Old House and Modern
-Furnished, Heat & Water Paid
Campus
Management, Ilc.
663-4101
337 E. Huron St.
sCtc
1 BEDROOM APT. Fil, begin Aug.
$195, cheaper in Aug. 1 block from
campus, excellent condition. Call
persistently 761-3169. 70C615
THE
HIGHLANDS
It's more than a place
to hang your hat. The view
The location . . . The
:onveniences. .. And more.
COME TO
THE
HIGHLANDS
MAKE A MOUNTAIN
OUT OF OUR HILLTOP
1690 Broadway, Apt. 3
1-7 P.M. Daily
769-3672
Fal'4 oceupncy
Buses to and from caspus daily
Where
TENANTS
COME FIRST!
For a Campus Apt.
Offering Many
Additional Features
CALL
MAIZE & BLUE
Management
300 S. Thayer, Suite A
761-3131
eCO"

FOR RENT
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES
CAMPUS LOCATORS
FOR FALL 1974
Rooms, Efficiencies, 1, 2, 3, and 4
bedroom apartments in modern
buildings and older houses pus
many whole osmh. (Security de-
posits now only equal half a
month's rent). Please come pick up
our listings. 611 Church St. eCte
Sans Souci
Furnished 1-2 bedroom apt.
available for Fall '74 occu-
pancy.
434-0550
Across the street from
Michigan Stadium
eCte
FALL
RESERVATIONS
are now being
accepted at our
campus locations.
Newest furnished
student apartments
available.
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
545 Church
761-7600
TAPPAN: 2-bedroom, 2 or 3 man
furnished apartment. Fall occupan-
cy. $243.00 per month includes air-
condtoner, heat and water. 63.
4101. cOte
HELP WANTED
FREE ROOM (and board) in house
near campus in return for babysit-
ting 10 and 5 yr. olds. Hours neg.
764-0360 days, 662-2143 eves. 92H620
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. Few
hours a week. Excellent remunera-
tion. Travelling executive needs
help. Travelling to Hong Kong reg-
ularly. Write Box 23, Michigan
Daily. 55H15
BOB AND STEVE earn $75/hour.
Ormatic 10 second demonstration.
Contact Pwerspark Assoc., 662-3700.
eM615
LIVE-IN BABYSITTER, summer or
longer. Variety of hours and duties.
References. 761-0977. 43H615
VETERANS-Earn $50 to $100 per
weekend Call the Ann Arbor Na-
tional Guard Armory. 662-0490, 9:00
a.m.-9:00 p.m. daily, June 3rd-14th.
62H614
PART TIME EMPLOYMENT-Excel-
lent pay for time invested. Open-
ings available for men and women
up to age 35. Veterans may qualify
up to 45 years of age. Many skilled
and semi-skilled positions available.
Call the Ann Arbor National Guard
Armory, 662-0490, 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
daily, June 3rd-14th. 59H614'
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
VINTAGE Gretsch jazz guitar, very
fancy. 2 pickups. $250 or best offer.
Cal1Bob, 663-4576. 32615
1 FM CONVERTER w/ pair of 6x9
speakers. Call Mark: 65-6807. dx613
RENT A GUITAR. Why Buy? Les-
sons available to-boot! Your quality
music store, Apollo Music center.
M-1~400. -ete
GU1 D/35 $330. Apollo Music
Center, 761-9430. . exte
USED UPRIGHT PIANO, $99.50.
Dark finish, in good shape. Apollo
Music Center, 761-9430. exte
GUITAR LESSONS
Clan or private instruction - all
styles. Our studios also accommo-
date banjo, flute and recorder, key-
board, bas drums, clarinet, oboe,
and sax. Call Ann Arbor Music
Mart, 79-4980. exte
SITUATIONS WANTED
JUST FINISHED N.I.H. p0t-doc.
Interested in Macromol Structure
and properties ofb ioloical macro-
molzwes-espeally proteins. B-
physics, Phyles, Chemistry, and
Engneerng degrees. Teaching ex-
pelence- Biophysics aid Fhysioio-
gy. 20 published papers. Experienced
in writing proposals. Lois Tiffany.
64-3267. 6"601

MISCELLANEOUS a
TYPING term papers, theses, etc.
Will proofread and edit grammar,
etc. Also keypunch *format, prices
vary with difficulty. Call 789-3348 or
662-5388 evenings. cMtc
ROOMMATES
QUIET FEMALE GRAD student
wanted to share large apt. on cen-
tral campus. Call 665-5370. 91Y618
GRAD STUDENT to share 2-bdrm.
townhouse with same. 971-5340.
78Y625
WOMAN WANTED to share apt.
Call Ellen, 662-3858. 34Y615
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: two plastic sheets of 40
slidms of art work. Prbably left in
Brown Jug, Saturday, June 8, 11
a.m. Crucial! 769-4116 evenings. RE-
WARD. dA615
LOST-Man's Bulova WATCH near
South U. and S. Forest Silver case
with black face. REWARD. Lost
6-10-74. 761-5020. 61A614
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
72 HONDA CB 350. Ex. cond. $650
or best offer. Must sell soon. 865-
6432. 93Z618.
SUMMER SALE-Light, quality 10-
speeds. Save 15-20% in box or
assembled. 1-291-6802. 74Z618
COMPLETE BICYCLE repair shop.
Full line of 10-speed bikes for sale.
TEE & SKI, 2455 S. State, 662-7307.
232614
CYCLE Insurance. Immediate cover-
age. Low rates. Just cal Renwick,
Grimes, and Adams Insurance. 437-
1708 South Lyon, cZtc
VANS-10 to choose from, all priced
under $800. Aeschliman Motor Com-
pany. Phone: 434-0642. 63N615
'68 VW Bug, automatic, sunroof,
radio, snow tires. 665-4718 after 5.
67N618

BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING & HAULING
Experienced, reasonable. 971-4585
eves. 2WJ
TUTORING, EE, Statistics, Math,
Computers. Call WaIt, 769-2256. cJtc
THE ANN ARBOR Child Care and
Development Center, 1432 Washte-
naw, has several openings for chil-
dren age 212-5. State and Fed. li-
censes. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Hot
breakfast and lunch. Large outdoor
play area. Call Lucille Toosom days,
769-7244; or Karen Travis evenings,
761-3771. 65J618
ENGLISH TUTOR/report editor. Ex-
perienced teacher, BSC, MA. Avail-
able for tutoring foreign students.
662-5198. 45J615
TYPING and EDITING. Call Jean,
994-3594. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. cJtc
TRAVEL
I'M LOOKING for someone to travel
with in the fail. Europe, Israel.
Denise, 662-7640. 71AA614
SAIL THE VIRGIN ISLANDS (July
27-Aug. 4) or CHESAPEAKE BAY
(July 1-13). Sightseeing along with
introductory ocean cruising course.
Another A3 AYH trips Los (683-
6282) persistently. , 48AA614
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Copr. '74 Gen' Features Corp. -
ACROSS Seine 10 New dad
1 Rumba relative 43 Elia 11 Pop drinks
6 Indefinite 44 Wearing a 12 Part of the leg
pronoun certain garment 13 Put into new
10 Brand 47 Write type
14 African lily 50 The heavenly 21 Tomahawk
fiavored city: Var. 25 Move nimbly
15 "Last Days of 51 Griffin of TV 26 Food
Pompeii, 52 Choreographer's 27 At liberty
herone concern 28 Window ledge
16 Inflection 58 Scottish slope 29 Walk with a
17 Sympathized 59 Arab spring
(with) land: Var. 30 Nectar inspector
18 - bene 60 Mr. Keep 33 German: Abbr.
19 Antlered 61 Wicked 34 Being: Fr.
animals 62 James - 35 Performance
20 Wall-painter's Jones 37 Ganges feature
aid 63 John Ridd's girl 38 Medicines
22 Colorless 64 Say no ,.39 Spheroid
23 River into Lake 65 Weaver's reed 44 Far from well
Aral 66 British river 45 Mortar mixer's
24 Counteract DW tool
26 False move DOWN 46 Slur
30 Argentine cow- 1 Bernstein opus 47 Set solidly (in)
boy'a weapon 2 Dismounted 48 Power of
31 Redact 8 Style endurance
32 Let out 4 Radar sound 49 Run-off pipe
36 Fast movement b Cut-rate 50 Pitfall
in music purchase 53 Soviet inland
40 .Believer in art 6 Pitcher's sea
for art's sake motions 54 Think: Archaic
41 Type of cable 7 Parts of parkas 55 Green land
car 8 Small stake 56 Window part
42 River into the 9 Lunch spots 57 Roe treat
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