Friday, June 21, 1974
FURNISHED STUDIO. July-August.
Campus, downtown bus service pro-
vided. A/C. Pool. Balcony. Near
North Campub. Very reasonable.
SUBLET July-Aug. Male for 3-man
apt. Own bedroom. Aug. A/C, bal-
cony. $35/mon. 994-0024. 01U622
ONE WOMAN needed to sublet place
in lovely apt. July-Aug. Great loca-
tion! 769-3693. 83U626
815 PACKARD. 2 single rooms with
kitchen and shower. Until Aug. 1.
EFFICIENCY. July-Aug. Rent ne-
gotiable. Furnished, large. 665-7972
SUBLET July-August - 1 bedroom
apartment, air conditioned, furnish-
ed, located at Nielsen Ct. Call from
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Bonaccorsi, 764-4365.
OWN BEDROOM in modern apart-
ment close to campus. June 28-
August 28..$76 a month. Call 63-
2253 after 5. 88U62
JULY-AUG. SUBLET-Modern A/C
2-bdrm. apt. on campus. 769-1553,
come to 829 Tappan, No. 202. 89U626
SUBLET one bedroom of a luxur-
ious two bedroom apt. on Vaughn
St. for July-August, rent negotiable.
Call 668-6683. 71U626
OWN ROOM, July-August. Spacious
modern apartment on campus.
Laundry, A/C, 2 balconies, rent ne-
gotiable. 608 Monroe, No. 22. 665-
ROOM in 2-bedroom apt. Perfect
location on S. University. JulyAug.
ONLY. 665-788. 57626
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES Summer
Sublets. Rooms, efficiencies, 0 and
2 bedroom apts., plus whole houses.
Furnished, campus locations avail-
able. Please pick up our listing at
611 Church St. cute
JULY-AUGUST sublet. Two females
needed, Four-man bi-level. Dish-
washer, balcony. Cheap. 469-4062,
OWN ROOM July-Aug. Picture win-
dow, friendly roommates. Cheap
Call 769-2218. 54626
JULY-AUG. SUBLET-2-bdrm., 2 or
3 person apt. in house. Rent nego-
tiable. 518 Hill, No. 1. 994-3386.
ON CAMPUS-4-rm. furnished apt.
July-Aug. Evenings: Call 761-3083;
days leave message for P. Hoyt,
JULY-AUG. Sunny room in house,
$45/month negotiable. Close to cam-
pus. Kitchen privileges. Sandy, 994-
5027; Phil, 994-5090. 36U619
aIANT ROOM. 1-2 people. Large
house. Garden. 665-0825. 35U621
-BDRM. apartment. A/C plus dis-
posal, for Summer, immediate oc-
cupancy. Call Al after 5:00, 668-6080.
GRAD WOMAN needed for two-per-
son Oakland Avenue apartment.
Own room, furnished, Fall option.
$80/mon., utilities and parking paid.
Available July 1. 769-5629, 994-3091.
ONE PERSON needed to share two-
bedroom apt. July-Aug., $35/mo. 900
. State. Call 761-2138. 42U621
SULET-1 person $65/mon. (ne-
gotiable), near North Campus/bus-
stop Arb. 769-8954. 18U622
FEMALE NEEDED, July-August. Mo-
dern apt., A C, close to campus.
Rent negotiable. 761-9122. 04U622
Rums foccgirls. Furnished ina
scure modern brick building. Avail-
ahe cowor Julc 1 Foll optic.
$75 cc includesutiltlies. 761-192.
2 LARGE BEDROOMS: $45 mn. a.
In spacious apt. on campus. Central
air cond., kitchen, parking, etc.
June 25-Aug. 30. Take one or both.
Call 94-0073 anytime. 96U21
ONE FEMALE NEEDED for lovely
4-man 521 Walnut, No.2. Aailable
immedately. 68-6906 or 63-641.
ONE FEMALE NEEDED to share
beautiful apartment, near campus.
Call 665-6256. 99U621
1 BEDROOM to sublet in large A/C
apartment. $70/month. 668-7277.
CAMPUS ROOMS for girls. Com-
pletely furnished carpeted, in a
modern bldg. Sunny, pleasant neigh-
borhood. $100 for double, $75 single.
Fail option. 761-1932. cute
Spacious 2 & 3 Bdrm. Apts.
A/C, dishwashers & balconies
VISCOUNT & CHALET APTS.
1335 S. University
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
YOUNG PEOPLE 18-24 yrs. of age.
-PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for
auto safety research study at The
University of Michigan. We need
women and men for current study.
Several hours of time required. Sub-
Sects are well paid. Driver's license'
not required. Transportation pro-
vided if neceasary. CALL 763-32
weekdays between noon and 40
p.m. A non-discriminatory, affirma-
tive action employer. 80F626
WHY WALK FARTHER?
Get your Levi's cuffed flairs at
WILD'S VARSITY SHOP
I WORK part time at a psych
clinic. I'd like to meet a woman
who like myself is looking for a
warm, growing relationship. My
main hobbies are tennis and muaic.
Jm, 94-5521. Calltperiatently, late
evening best. 59F622
* MARK'S *
ON THE RISE
New plans include:
MATRIX THEATRE - A community
exhibition center for the perform-
ing, cinema and visual arts, (first
floor) children's matinees.
CAFE OF THE AMERICAS - Low-
cost, non profit coffeehouse speal-
Iing Is Latin American food and
ART GALLERY -- Changing wall
displays for guest exhibitors (first
floor and basement).
YOU CAN HELP
Building estimates for bringing site
up to city codes is $12.000.00 (elec-
tric, air, mech, etc.) With the help
of faculty, student and community
friends, we've raised $9,000.00, and
have already begun construction
$3000.00 more will enable us to open.
If you can loan, donate, invest or
cosign for any portion of this sum,
call the New World Media Project,
761-9855 (Keith or Bill).
A Michigan Non-Profit Corporation
ENROLL NOW IN ART WORLDS
Ballroom Dancing 7/1
Basket Weaving 7/8
Beledi I (Belly Dance) 6/24
Darkroom I 6/17
Documentary Photography 7/1
How to Yoga 7/1
Household Repair 7/1
Poetry Workshop 7/1
Portrait Drawing 7/1
Recorder Concort 7/1
Short Story Workshop 7/1
Surrealism (Art) 7/1
Wood Carving 7/1
Bamboo Flute Making 7/23
Batik and Tye dye 7/2, 8/6
BeledI I 6/25
Beledi II 6/25
Creative Danoe 7/2
Darkroom I 6/18
Figure Photography 7/23
Techniques of Sill Lie, Scintifico
and Product Photography 7 23
Water Colocs 72
Oral Interpretation 7/10
Apylied Photography and
Dance Theatre 626
Intodcc tin to Mime 7 10
Introduction to Photography 7 10
Modern Dance 7 3
Photo Matting and Mounting 7 3
Primitive Weaving 73
Stained Glass Art 7 24
Studio Tehniques 6 26 and 7/24
TaiChi Chuan 7/3
Tap Dance 7/3
Yoc-c of Photoraphy 814
Advanced Mime 7/18
Ballet 7 2
Bamboo Flute Making 7/23
Film Making 7/11
Intro to Mime 6/20
Special Darkroom Technique 7/25
Talking Is an Art 7/11
Darkroom 1 7/11
Darkroom II 8/1
Glass Blowing 7/11
Pre-Classical Dance 6/20
Art of Pantomime (Children) 7/6
Hawaiian Dance 7/6
Introduction to Figure
Introduction to Photography 7/10
Jazz (Dance) 7/6
Nature Photography 7/27
Photography I 6/22 & 7/27
Mime for Children 7/13
Sunday Afternoon Beginning
Art Class 7/7
Phone 668-6244 for free
brochure of details.
ART WORLDS, 213% S. Main,
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108
Hours: 1:30-9 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.;
1:30-5:34 p.m. Saturdays
RENTALS: Darkrooms, studios,
and dry mounting press.
Former U-M player. individual or
group. Fourth year in Ann Arbor,
THANKS TO ALL the wonderful
people who wrote me. You're just
great) (P.S.-those who wrote Tues-
day, unfortunately your letters were
ripped off.) Karen. 62F621
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now being accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.C.A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085 cFte
Scientology is an applied religious
WOMEN half price May-June. SAT-
URDAY NIGHT INSURANCE. 663-
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low coat duplicating.
1217 8. University 769-0560
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal
design made by Jhan 769-7556, cFto
Offset Printing, Xerox, Typing,
Wedding and Social Announcements
214 S. 4th Ave.-994-4664
BUMPER STICKERS custom printed
chile-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
Brian Eisner, U-M Tennis Coach
Mike Ware, U-M Asst. Tennis Coach
For more information, call 764-0163
THE COPY MILL
211 B. S. State: 662-3969
FOR QUALITY COPIES & OFFSET
I WOULD like to meet a together
woman who is in tune with her
heart, mind, body, interested in
sharing a warm honest, growing
friendship with an open gentleman,
22, who loves music, camping, peo-
ple, life. Write Steve, Box 333, Mich-
igan Daily. 78F625
pensive. 971-6867. cF8523
SELECTING WINE from the Village
Apothecary's cellar means properly
stored wine at a reasonable price.
1112 S. University. cFtc
I, formerly known as Israel Igbo
Njoku Egwu, wish to be known and
addreased ax Igbo N 0oku Egwu. All
documents bearing my former name
Sgd: Igbo N. Egwu
SUMMER BOWLING 40c
WIN A FREE GAME
DISCOUNT RECORD S U M M E R
FESTIVALI June 20-23. Raffles,
Prizes, Great Savings and MOREII
300 S. State, 1235 S. University.
HI, Friendly sophomore guy would
like to meet coed to share the fol-
lowing type activities: f l y i n g
(planen), tennis, canoeing, swim-
ming, antique hunting. If inter-
rated call Mike evenings at 662-9438.
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needed
to speak English 1 hour/week with
Eng. Lang. Inst. students. Call
E.L.I., 764-2415 8-12; 12:30-4:30.
Try Daily Classifieds
U-M STYLISTS AT THE UNION
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
WANTED-Philosophy Grad to tutor
undergrad. Excellent stipend. 459-
1553, 31 F622
CREATIVE WEDDING PHOTOG-
RAPHY - Weddings by David has
been doing it since 1968. By ap-
pointment only, please call 994-5440.
11:30-1:30 $1.50 donation
Bar-B-Quo Ribs and Chicken. Cole-
slaw, Potato Salad, Baked Beans,
Bread, Coffee & Punch. Sweet Po-
tato Pie a la carte 25c. cF625
PETS AND SUPPLIES
I WANT a cute long-haired kitten,
2-8 months old for my very own.
Cute, not a mutt. 761-2787, 7-1I
An exciting and growing College is seeking outstanding
Professors to participate in the development of on innovative
curriculum commencing Fall 1974. Ph.D. is mandatory with
some business and teaching experience preferred.
1. ACCOUNTING: To teach both lower
and upper level courses. C.P.A. desir-
2. DATA PROCESSING: To teach data
processing lower and upper level courses
and develop the curriculum.
3. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE: To teach
undergraduate courses in organization
theory, production management, man-
agement science concepts, management
information and control, decision-mok-
ing techniques, and business policy.
SALARY AND RANK OPEN.
Submit application with resume and references
by July 15, 1974 to.
MICHIGAN DAILY, BOX 19
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
SCIENCE FICTION WEEKEND
William Cameron Menzies' 1936
T1 HH(3GS TO COME
This highly touted and seldom seen sciencefictionclassic makes its much
ar uested return to Ann Arbor. An owesome chronicle and vision of the
future as seen in 1936 by H G. Wells in his only venture intoa medium
lIon (ofsinated him. Superably designed tale of Everytown through
or to technologicaltriumph. Raymond Massey, Sir Ralph Richardson.
Sat.: FORBIDDEN PLANET