THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 27, 197
THEY'E ALL IN
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: fur-
Dished apaptnoent i llocks main
Campus, fall option. 603-0863 eve-
nings. Graduate sudent preferred.
OWN ROOM in furnished 3 bedrooc
house. Full basement and gigantic
backyard. Availaible immediately.
Call 995-4384. 32C603
1 BEDROOM furnshed apartment.
(July & August: Ideal for single
person or couple. 602-1967. 28C527
SINGLE ROOM in friendly house
near campius and Med. Center. Avail-
able late June 20-Auust. Females
preferred. Calil 994-1241. 22C528
SINGLE OR DOUBLE furnishes
rooms fpr rent at 715 Hill Street.
We have a restaurant on the prein-
ss with super special meal con-
tracts for people living in house.
Two prepared meals daily. Break-
fast available if desired. Also we
have a game room and a large
Judae library. You will be only two
minutes from center of campus.
Come fast before a1 rooms are
rented or call 995-3276. 27C609
2 & 4 MONTH
* Heated Swimming pool
W Weekly housekeeping
* 24 hr. security
* 3 minutes from Diag
* All apartments furnished
0 One bedrooms $174/month,
e Other types from $67.50
S. FOREST & SOUTH U.
2%/ lb. Fiberfill
Ripstop Nylon Shell
Complete with STAKES,
STUFF SACK, POLES & LINE
* Lee *Oskhosh * Hong Ten
(in white & denim)-
Washington Dee Cee's-Elv
0 Prefaded Jackets
201 E. WASHINGTON
at Fourth & Washington
Open Friday until 8:30 p.m.
-fr your enveIeocto
NOW RENTING fall 1977
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M sta-
dium) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Buses
to and from campus every halC hour.
See manager at apartment K-1 or
call 994-3955. cCtc
THOMPSON APARTMENTS '
Tat corner of William and Thomp-
son. Furnished efflciences. one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-'
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
FURNISHED ROOM. Immed. occu-
pancy. Share bathroom, I block to
Rackham. 662-7787. eCtc
UNFURNISHED T W O BEDROOM'
with immediate occupancy, heat and'
water included in rent. West Park
location. 662-7787. eCte
thru August 27th - Several rooms
with kitchen privileges and free
parking. $40/month, fall options
We maintain a list of our present
tenants wishing to sublet their
apartments for the summer.
These range from rooms in houses,
to efficiences, to one and two bed-
room apartments both modern and
Contact us for further informa-
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 E. HURON
ONE BEDROOM on Wilmot. Nice
basement, furnished. 769-7000. 47C528
OWN ROOM, friendly feminist co-
op. Starts June. 995-3790. 30C527
SUBLET-Lease available July-Aug.
for one or two females. Modern, air-
conditioned two bedroom apt. Close
to recreatonal facilities. Rent ne-
gotiable. 66-8447, dU52
SUBLET June-August. Fall option.
Three bedroom apartment. Ecellent
location. Parking. Rent negotiable.
SUMMER SUBLET-Mid June-Sept.
1. Sunny large room, kitchen, bath-
room, one person or couple. 662-8032.
EFFICIENCY June - Aug. Hospital
area air, dishwasher, parking. 662-
SUBLET FOR SUMMER-Large two-
bedroom apartment. First floor of
nice older house. Close to campus
and mrket. 426 E. Kingsley. Call
662--060, $166 rom June 1. 11527
VERY FRIENDLY! Co-ops. Work,
Play, Save, Have Funt Single rooms.
662-4414, Inter-Coop Council. cU601
AVAILABLE NOW-Room on cam-
pus, low ummr rent, all option.
6"8-6M6 o 663-3641. cute
LOST AND FOUND
POODLE - Black, Tiny-Toy, AKC,
female, 6 months. $175. 763-4694.
FOUND-A SET OF KEYS-2 GM
car keys and an apL key. At S.
University and Washtenaw. Call 668-
FOUND-Greyish brown altered male
tabby/tiger eat In the Hill-E. Uni-
versity area. 663-9472. Has rings
around his tal. dA52
CAT LOT - 7 month emale at,
grey strped. Vicnty Deison and
Packard. 662-4059, evenings; 764-
9377 days. Ask for Ed. 90A528
SCHREIBER BASSOON, excellent
condition, recently overhauled, $1500.
662-5676days, ask for Barb; 665-3111
ater 6 p.m. 99X01
ROLAND ELECTRIC PIANO, touch
sense action. Apollo Music Centere
EPIPHONE ELECTRIC 2 G U I T A R.
Three to choose from. 761-9431.
CONSOLE PIANO, $520. 665-5687 or
1972 DODGE a5 ton pickup, $900.
1970 Olds Vista Cruiser station wag-
on. $800. Seen by appointment, 227-
6126 eves. 69N604
DATSUN 240Z, 1971, Ziebarted, new
shocks, exhaust. Good condition.
Beat offer. 764-8302, 662-1133. 23N601
1963 FALCON, uns well, body good,
$200 or best offer. 761-3757. 24N528
STUDIO A PRESENTS new dance
classes beginning May 31at. Steel
his Monday by comng to the open-
ing day celebration and spend
Memnrial Day dancing in our new
studio. Modern (Graham) Mon. 6:30-
:0, Wed. 5:30-7:00-$30. Modern
Tiles., Thurs. 4:0-5:30-$3. Karate
Mon. 5:00-6:30, Wed. 7:00-8:30-$30.
Afro-Caribbean Tues., Thurs., 5:30-
7:00-$30, Mon., Wed., Fri. 10:30-
12:00-$40, Sat. 12-1-10. Ballet
Mon..gWed., Fri. 9:00-0:3-$40. Call
Studio A at 662-1929 for more lufo-
mation. You must register In ad-
vance to assure a place In class.
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, man-
uscripts. Selectric IL BA. English
literature. experienced professional
typist. Rackham Specifications. 665-
T Y PING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
CELLO TEACHER wanted. Must be
able to come to our BurnsPark
home. 665-809. 260601
COMPANION NEEDED for elderly
woman in Village Green Apart-
ments. 6-12 hours per week in af-
ternoon, Mon. thru Fri. Specific
days and hours flexible. Contact
769-716, ext. 266 between 9 and 4,
NURSE-Graduate, LPN. or RN for
Summer Camp. June 18-Augus t17.
Call 517-646-679. 150602
TEACHERS-Direct summer cheer-
leader program Jun 11-August 20.
Exprence required. Good salary,
Call 517-646-6709. 16002
DO YOU HAVE 15-30 minutes to
aid disaled wman weekdays about
nis? If 68ocall 763-3000 days, 662-
2734 evenings. 07528
HtELP WANTED-Key Punch Oper-
sine for book distributor. One year
eperience requred. Must be able
to work flexible schedule during
summer. Regular schedule in fal.
We will train as computer operator.
Call for appointment Mon-Fri.
Phyllis Lambrt,Book Invntry
Systems, Inc., 995-7263. 96H528
RESPONSIBLE sales person wanted
for muoic store. Hourly wage and
commision. Apply in pron. 323
S. Main, Ann Arbor. cH604
MEET INTERESTING PEOPLE-
AND EARN MONEY DOING IT
IC you enjoy meeting people, you'nl
love being an Avon Representative.i
And selling Avon's quality products
is a real earning opportunity, too.
Call Audrey Stein to buy, to sell
Avon at 662-4401 anytime. cHtc
HOUSE PARENTS part-time. Mar-
ried couple to operate Shelter Home.
Must demonstrate ability to work
effectively with adolescents. For fur-
ther information call 546-1500.
EXAKTA 35mm SLR Camera, 50mm,
135mm lenses. Flash bracket, filters,
excellent condition. 665-5198; 5-10
p.m., all day weekends. 34B528
HONDA CB 200 only 400 miles, $525.
Days 662-0145, eves 665-8008.
GUITAR AUCTION-May 28, 1 p.m.
at 614 N. Main, Ann Arbor, Call 865-
PACE 145 CB, 23 channel, excellent
condition. Call Mike at 769-7824
after 12 o'clock noon. dB
SPINET - CONSOLE P I A N O FOR
BALE - Wanted-Responsible party
to take over apinet piano. Easy
terms. Can be seen locally. Write:
Credit Manager, P.O Box .27
Carlyle, IL. 62231. 20527
SCHWINN PARAMOUNT, $350.00.
Carlton Track Bike, $250.00. Frank,
DRIVEAWAY CARS-free transpor-
tation. 4-drive anywhere in USA.
1977 edition tells how to get drive-
aways, lists, phone and location of
driveaway agencies in 80 cities. Plan
routes and return, where and when
you want. "USA Driveaway Direc-
tory," Malibu Publications, P.O.
Box 149, Whitmore Lake, Mich.,
48189. $3.00 postpaid. 30G604
I have to talk to you about Cyn-
thia. She is really depressed.
I'm leaving today at 3:30. Please
miss me terribly. I'll be thinking of
PERIODICALLY, Ann Arbor's finest.
A Periodical Retreat. 316 S. State.
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
1209 S .niversity, 66-7151
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1 Part of a watch 50 Others,
5 Storage place 54 Aviatio
9 "Hail to the 56 Tout -
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14 Braces short
15 Port of North 60 Senator
16 Measure of 62 Military
17 Artists' supplies 64 Flat bar
19 Hideways a gem
20 Here: Fr. 65 Vent
21 Members of 66 Zoologi
the chorus 67 Cranky
23 Dawn goddess 68 Etherei
24 Rhodes 69 Antare
26 Philosophers explore
28 Dust particles DOWN
31 Ukrainian city 1 Impass
34 Counselor's 2 A secon
bailiwick 3 Ancient
37 Literary dialect
monogram 4 Degree
38 Native of an 5 Alone::
Aegean island 6 Do a ho
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41 Cut of meat 7 Genero
42 Petty tyrant 8 Start
43 Note of a sort 9 Weigh
44 - many words l01Cry'sps
45 Take- to 11 Assemb
46 Braided decora- 12 Outside
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make-up? At the Village Apothecar
we will enjoy taking the time t
show you. Village Apotheca ry,111
S. University Ave. ,1k
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after rotting all night.I Im not 1
ptin0 any prOblemns, howe is
Thank you for setting Barry straight
She was really beginning to get a
us. I'm sure she feels better now,
Please call with order as soon
you have them. c. urchin
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