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Saturday, June 22, 1974

WANTED TO RENT
FURNISFED HOUSE for Visiting
faculty, 3 children, late August to
May 30, 1975. 682-3033. 59L602
ONE BDRM. APT., Efficiency, or 1-2
rooms in house wanted for Fall.
Urgent! Call Melinda, 085-8230.
55122
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
WOMAN'S 3-speed bike, S yrs. old.
Robin, 769-3294. 04Z626
1972 YAMAHA Enduro 125, electric
starter, extras. 665-8951. 07626
CYCLE Insurance. Immediate cover-
age. Low rates. Just call Renwick,
Grimes, and Adams Insurance. 437-
1708 South Lyon. ctc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
I WANT a cute long-haired kitten,
2- months old for my very own.
Cute, not a mutt. 761-2787, 7-11
p.m. dT
AQUARIUM - 20 gal. O'Dell. All
glass hood, heater, filter, $30.00.
Col 71-000. dT
ALTERATIONS
Sonhie
Someone asked Sophie if she was
really. (Expletive Deleted). She an-
swered with a question of her own.
The town was filled with anguish.
George returned to his life and
wife without explaining why he
was here. dP
SUBLET
2 BEDROOM APT. needs non-smok-
ing female to sublet July-Aug. ยข35/
mon. 662-4809. 95U626
ROOM IN HOUSE, July-Au. 10
Vughn. 93U622
FEMALE TO SHARE large modern
A/C apt. JulV & Aug. Very reason-
abler. 668-6906 or 668-8821, ask for
Felice. cUte
SUMMER - Charming apt, near U
and hospitals. $90/mon. 994-0528.
99626
LARGE BEDROOM for 2 In pt. 4;50
each, own ath. July-Aug. 03-020.
91U626
F E M A L E NEEDED, July-August.
Modern apt., A/C. close to campus.
Rent negotiable. 761-9122. 04U0622
1 PERSON needed for room in
house July-Aug., great location,
cheap. John, 761-4338. 75U626
StURNS PARK Area-$65 room for
female in July and August. Call
761-8940. dU2l
AVAILABLE JULY 1--Modern fur-
ished 1-dcm. oar Free Bldg.
68-6906 or 63643-1 F cUte
ROOM in 2-bdrm. apt., 1 or 2 per-
sons needed for July & August.
Laundry, A/C, balcony, D/W, low
rent. 912 S. Forest. 769-3532 after
Sunday. 9U626
FURNISHED STUDIO. July-August.
Camus, downtown bus service pro-
vided. A/C. Pool. Balcony. Near
North Campus.' Very reasonable.
662-2831. 82U626
SUBLET July-Aug. Male for 3-man
apt. Own bedroom. Aug. A/CU hal-
cony. $35 mon. 994-0024. 81U622
ONE WOMAN needed to sublet p1ce
in lovdls apt July-Aug. Great loca-
tion! 769-3693. 83U626
815 PACKARD. 2,single rooms with
kitchen and shower. Until Aug. 1.
6(5-4736. 73U625
O P1CIENCY Jl-Aug Rent e,
otioble Furtshed, lrge. 65-7972
evenings. 74U621
SUBLET Jul-August - 1 bedroom
apartment, air conditioned, furnih-
d located at N elsc Ct. Cl for
8 a.m.-5 p nm., Boncorl. 764-365.
86U626
OWN BEDROOM in modern apat-
ment close to campus. June 28-
August 28. $70 a month. Call 663-
2253 afoter 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 68-6683. 71U62
OWN ROOM, July-August. Spacious
modern apartment on c a m p u s.
Laundry, A/C, 2 aiconies, rent ne-
gotale. 6065 Monroe, No. 22. 665-
8024. 65U623
ROOM in 2-bedroom apt. Perfect
location on S.,University. July-Aug.
ONLY. 665-7888. 57U626
McKINLEY ASSOCIATES Summer

Sublets. Rooms, efficiencies, 1 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,
453-9367. 53U623
OWN ROOM July-Aug. Picture win-
dow, friendly roommates. Cheap!
Call 769-2218. 54U626
IULY-AUG. SUBLET-2-bdrm., 2 or
3 person apt. in house. Rent nego-
tiable. 518 Hill, No. 1, 994-3386.
37U622

i 1.

SUBLET
ON CAMPUS-4-rm. furnished apt.
July-Aug. Evenings: Call 761-3083;
days leave message for P. Hoyt,
764-8444, 38U623
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.
50U622
SUBLET-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
Summer Campus
Rooins for girls. Furnished in a
secure modern rick tuilding. Avail.
ohie now or July 1. Fl option.
$75/mon. includes utilities. 761-1932.
cut
ONE FEMALE NEEDED for lovely
4-man. 521 Walnut, No. 2. Available
immediately. 668-6906 or 663-3641.
. tc
1 BEDROOM to sublet in large A/C
apartment. $70/month. 668-7277.
87U622
W SUMMER
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
Summer Sublet
Best Location
Spacious 2 & 3 Bdrm. Apts.,
A/C, dishwashers & balconies
VISCOUNT & CHALET APTS.
CAMPUS RENTALS
1335 S. University
665-8825
cUte
PERSONAL
WE'LL BE BACK IN STYLE
U-M STYLISTS AT THE UNION
cF622
WANTED-Middle aged woman for
film role. Not much time involved.
Preferably someone with a flair for
the Bohemian. Call 663-7974 after
6:00 p.m. 98F626
ENROLL NOW IN ART WORLDS
SUMMER WORKSHOP
MONDAYS-Starting dates:
Ballroom Dancing 7/1
Basket Weaving 7/8
Beledi I (Belly Dce) /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
TUESDAYS-Starting dates:
Ballet 7/2
Bamboo Flute Making 7/23
Batik and Tye dye 7/2, 8/6
Beledi I 6/25
Beledi II 6/25
Creative Dance 7/2
Darkroom I 6/18
Drawing 72
Figure Photography 7 23
Painting 7/2
Sculpture 72
Techniques of Still Life, Scientific
and Product Photography 7/23
Water Colors 7/2
WEDNESDAYS-Starting dates:
Oral Interpretation 7/10
Applied Photography and
Photo Journalism 7/10
Dance Theatre 6/26
Darkroom 7/24
Introduction to Mime 7/10
Introduction to Photography 7 10
Modern Dance 7/3
Photo Matting and Mounting 7 3
Primitive Weaving 7 3
StainedI Glss Art 724
Studio Techniques 6/26 and 7 24
Tai Chi Chuan 7/3
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Tog of Photography 8/14
THURSDAYS-Starting dates:
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 I 7/11
Darkroom II 8/1
Glass Blowing 7/11
Pe-Classical Dance/28
SATURDAYS-Starting dates:
Art of Pantomime (Children) 7/6
Cartooning 7/13
Hawaiian Dance 7/6

Introuction to Figure
Photography 7/27
Introduction to Photography 7/10
Jazz (Dance) 7/6
Nature Photography 7/27
Photography I 6/22 & 7/27
Mime for Children 7/13
SUNDAYS-Starting dates:
Sunday Afternoon Beginning
Art Class 7/7
Phone 668-6244 for free
brochure of details.
ART WORLDS, 2130% S. Main,
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108
(office-second floor)
Hours: 1:30-9 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.l
1:30-5:30 p.m. Saturdays
RENTALS: Darkrooms, studios,
and dry mounting press.

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-
jects are well paid. Driver's license
not required: Transportation pro-
vided if necessary. CALL: 763-3582
weekdays between noon and 4100
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 music.
Jim, 994-5521. Call persistently, late
evening best. 59F622

* ~rMARK'S s
COFFEE HOUSE
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 special-
izing in Latin American food and
drink (basement).
ART GALLERY - Changing wail
displays for guest exhibitors (hot
floor and basement).
YOU CAN HELP
Building estimates for bringinc 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
oign for any po ion of this sum,
tail the New World Media Project,
761-9855 (Keith or Bill).
A Michigan Non-Profit Corporation
cFtc
EX-STUDENT NEEDS mind, soul,
and body of a woman. Write Box 1,
Michigan Daily. 05F626
WEAR A FRAGRANCE DAILY!
There are many fine ones to choose
from at the Village Apothecary.
cFtc
DEBBY T.-How's the coost? Drop
us a line. The Ashley bunch. dF622
Bowl at
the Union
Open 1 p. m.
Sunday
cF622
NICE unaottractive but lively Jewish
boy would like to meet nice but
tnattached Jewish girl. Plcase write
Chuck, 536 S. Forest, Apt. 18H, Ann
Arbor 48104. dF626
GAY Academics of Ann Arbor meets
Sun., 8 p.m, 1135 Nielsen Ct., No. 5.
Info: 94-0632, 763-4186, 761-2044
(Day Hot line-24 hrs. 7 days), 10F622
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
-there is more to o diamond than
mneets the eye. Austin Diamond,
1209 S University, 663-7131. cFtc
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING RESULTS

TENNIS LESSONS
Former U-M player. Individual or
group. Fourth year in Ann Arbor.
663-6720, cF626
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
Enrollments now bon accepted for
S. H. KAPLAN tutoring courses to
prepare for the upcoming M.O.A.T.,
D.A.T., and L.S.A.T. Board Exams.
Call (313) 354-0085 oFtC
BE HAPPIER!
Scientoogy Works
Scientology is an applied religious
philosophy. cFtc
WOMEN half price May-June. SAT-
URDAY NIGHT INSURANCE. 663-
1392. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
Fast, low cost duplicating.
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
Why buy mass produced WEDDING
RINGS? Have your own personal
design made by Jhan 769-7550 .Ftc
85F
PINBALL
* 1217 '
S. UNIVERSITY
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
Offset Printing, Xerox, Typing,
Wedding and Social Announcements
214 5. 4th Ave.--994-4664
eFtc

SUMMER BOWLING 40c
WIN A FREE GAME
UNION LANES
cF622
DISCOUNT RECORD S U M M E R
FESTIVAL! June 20-23. Raffles,
Prizes, Great Savings and MORE!!!
300 S. State, 1235 S. University.
58F622
HI, Friendly sophomore guy would
like to meet cood to share the tol-
lowing type activities: f l y i n g
(planes), tennis, canoeing, swim-
ming, antique hunting. If inter-
ested call Mike evenings at 662-9438.
61F622
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needed
to speak English 1 hour/week with
Eng. Lang. Inst. students. Call
E.L.., 764-2485 0-12; 82:30-4:30.
68F622
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod. or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
WANTED-Philosophy Grad to tutor
undergrad. Excellent stipend. 459-
1553. 31F622
TROTTER
HOUSE
is offering
Summer Lunch
Program
11:304-1:30 $1.50 donation
TUESDAY'S MENU
Bar-B-Que Ribe and Chicken, Cole-
slaw, Poato Salad, Baked Beans,
Bread, Coffee &Punch, Sweet Po-
tato Pie a 10 carte 25c. cF625

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revealed.
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"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed, or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
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for 3 days,

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someone polluting,
point it out.
It's a spewing smokestack. It's litter
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You know what pollution is.
But not everyone does.
So the next time you see pollution,
don't close your eyes to it.
Write a letter. Make a call. Point it
out to someone who can do something
about it.
People start pollution. People can stop it,
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