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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 8, 1975

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

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: lueh l-speed, large frame,
vicinity Church-S. UnIversty. Call
475-2376 dA509
FOR SALE
ENGLISH RIDING BOOTS, size 6-7,
and crop. Sue, 763-2374, 662-4852.
26B510
FOR RENT
LAW STUENT wanted for room in
house for fall. $8/m., near Law
School. Call Chrs or Jim at 665-
2382 57514
2-BDRM., large, furnished modern
apt., air conditioned, shag carpet,
pets allowed, parking, laundry, 2
blocks from campus. 994-5697 before
4 p.m. 620509
ROOM FOR RENT, Burns Park. $60.
Co-ed. 994-0071. 37C509
A FEW VACANCIES available for
summer and fall. 769-0853. 41C510
SUNNY
SUMMER
* ROOMS
Excellent rooms for girls. Spacious,
modern, furnished, clean, in a large
secure red brick building. Parking.
Close to campus, arboretum. $85,
$95, $100. 761-1932. Ctc
BEAUTIFUL APT. on campusat 503
Church St. No. 4. I has balcony
door, carpet, one bedroom (big),
wash and dry downstairs. Ask for
Joanne after 6:00 every day, 994-
0125. 33C513
CAMPUS AREA 2-BEDROOM
TOWNHOUSE, 2 levels, brick walled
interior with enclosed patio. Located
off S. University at 610 S. Forest
(next to parking structure). $300/
month, plus electricity. One year
- lease. Call Karen or Bob days at
994-4700 or Nate eves. at 662-0711.
24C20
FALL RENTALS
CAMPUS-HOSPITALS
a Efficiencies
0 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apts.
9 Old House and Modern
0 Furnished, heat and water paid
Observatory-Geddes
Kingsley- Ingalls
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron
663-4101
cotc
PERSONAL
LEARN TO SAIL this summer. Join
the U of M Sailing Club. Open
meeting tonight, 7:45 p.m., Room
170 P & A Bldg. 52F508
LOCAL MOTION - the alternative
community funding collective - is
holding a bike raffle Sat., May 24.
A 10-speed Gitane was donated at
cost by Mike Kolins Cycling Shop.
Tickets can be purchased now for
50c each. Call 94-0370. 5FM08
YOUR RESUME personally prepared
and distributed to over 1,000 em-
ployers in your field! Less than 3c
per employee for total servie! Free
info, write RESPONSE RESUME
AIDS, Box 82943-A19, San Diego, CA.
92138. 14F514
THE U OF M SAILING Club wants
you Open meeting tonight, 7:45
p.m., Room 170 Physics & Astron-
omy Bldg. 5F508
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty,
994-4028, cFt
U-M STYLISTS at the UNION. Dave,
Chet and Harold. Open 8:30 am.-
5:15 p.m. Monday thru Saturday.
F5lO
IS YOUR summer blowing in the
wind? Get your ship together and
join the U of M Sailing Club. Open
meeting tonight, 7:45 p.m., Room
170 P & A Bldg. 54F508
SPRING TERM SPECIAL. Billiards
at reduced rates. $1 per hoe, May
12, 13, 14. Michigan Union, open
11 a.m. Mon.-Sat., 1 p.m. Sundays.
sF510

FOR RENT
CHILD CAREaAction Center needs
.olunteers. Call Ron, 74-3487.
60F509
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES Tues-
days and Thursdays. Sign up now,
Michigan Union Lanes. M Pin bowl-
ing all summer. Open 11 a.m. Mn.-
Sat., 1 p.m. Sundays, eF10
EXPERIMENTAL TRAINING work-
shop in Gestalt and "here and now"
approaches to counseling & groups
Richard Kempter, 662-4826. 32F514
FOR COMPLETE information on
summer employment in the state of
Michigan, send $2 to the Active Em-
ployment Services of Michigan. P.O.
Box 981, Southfield, Michigan 48075.
34F522
REGISTER NOW - ART WORLD'S
classes starting May 5 or May 12.
Phones 668-6244 or 6685-6222. Com-
plimentary catalog for 75 classes:
ART - DANCE - THEATER - PHO-
TOGRAPHY - PHYSICAL and MEN-
TAL ARTS. New classes: Advanced
life drawing-Acrylic/Oil painting
(Kristin Hermanson). Dyes from
plants (Lorie Otis). FREE Introduc-
tion to stained glass art, May 7, 7
p.m. Handbuilt Pottery/Potter's
Wheel tech. Scottish Dances ("High-
land Fling"). Pre-classical Dance
Forms (Medieval). Modern Dance
(Mon., Valerie Janesick), Choreogra-
phy and Improvisation (Beth Fitts).
cF513
AFRICAN and JAZZ MOVEMENTS
(Fits). Creative Movement for En-
semble Theater. Mime performance
techniques (Filisky)-"Mimeshow",
May 7, 7 p.m., $1 at the door-ART
WORLDS. Intro to photography
(May 7, 7 p.m.-free) Nature photo-
graphy-environmental photography
(darkroom rentals). Personalized
palmistry. Fashion modeling. Hatha
yoga-Kung Fu-Tai Chi Chuan-
Women's self-defense andbdy con-
ditioning (beginning and advanced)._
Art Worlds' non-profit creative arts
center, 21313' . aln St. between
Liberty and Washington-2nd floor
office-668-6244. cF513
HELP WANTED
EARN EXTRA $ during the semes-
ter. Register for the Psychology
Subject Pools. 764-4209/763-1101 (9-
4:30). 48H515
WANTED-Someone who is inter-
ested in community organizing and
is familiar wih Ann Arbor's human
services and communiy needs. Lo-
cal Mtin is looking for a part-
time coordinator. If interested, call
994-0370 Thursday between 1-5 p.m.
or bring or send a resume to 225 E.
Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan,
48108 before Sunday, May 11 at
7:00 p.m. 53H508
FOR COMPLETE Information on
summer employment with the Mich-
igan tourist industry, send $2 to the
A crt i v e Employment Information
Services of Michigan, P.O. Box 981,
Southfield, Mich. 48075. 2H515
ALASKA PIPELINE BOOM! Infor-
mation on construction and non-
construction jobs in Alaska and on
the pipeline-wages, addresses, qual-
ifications - the true story 'from
Alaska. $5.00. Denali Information
Service, P.O. Box 1763, Anchorage,
AK., 99510. 98H52
STUDENTS WANTED for part time
relief work with adolescents. Call
Mr. Tombeau, 292-2272. 38R513
SEVERAL full-time summer work-
ers needed May-August in light
assembly operation. Manual dexter-
ity and speed needed. Sewing ex-
perience helpful but will consider
others. $2.10/hour, Mon-Fri., 7:00-
3:30. Phone 761-1990 between 2-3:30
weekdays. 43H510
SUMMER JOB-1975, just printed.
1000's of entries. A must for all job
searchers who are serious about
finding summer employment. Mail
$5.95 to American Research Ltd.,
499 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, Calif.
94304. 44513
COUNSELORS AND WAERFRONT
DIRECTOR needed for Ranana Day
Camp, Inc. Spnsred by the Jew-1
ish Community Council of Washte-
naw County, Inc. Interviews will
be held on Sunday, May 18. Appli-
cations must be In by May 14. Con-
tact Sunnie Tait, 769-5039. 45H509'
ROOMMATES
FOURTH MALE needed to share
Albert Terrace apt. for Fall-Winter
terms. Modern bi-level apt. on
Geddes, near Arb, central campus
and Med Center. Call 668-8003.
55Y510

SITUATIONS WANTED
RESEARCH GRANTS-Need help in
presentation? Lettering, graphics,
artwork done, freelance. Call 453-
5113. 390514
WANTED TO RENT
ROOM WANTED, near campus. Fall
term only. Doug, 665-9668. 23L513
USED CARS
PINTO Runabout, 1974, 2300 cc, au-
tomatic, radio. Less than 9000 miles,
excellent condition. Best offer. 663-
7671. 24N510
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT WORKING on Detroit
Free Press this summer needs ride
to and from Detroit daily. Will
share all expenses. Call Sara at 769-
329 or 764-0553 persistently. dG514
MISCELLANEOUS
OVERSEAS JOBS - Australia, Eur-
ope, S. America, Africa. Students,
all professionas and occupations,
$700 to $3000 monthly. Expenses
paid, overtime, sightseeing. Free
information. TRANSWORLD RE-
SEARCH, Dept. F4, Box 603, Corte
Madera,- Calif. 94925. 15M513
RATHER BE traveling abroad but
spending Spring in Ann Arbor in-
stead? Learn about other countries.
Board at an International Co-op.
Tom or Carol, 761-7435. 21M513
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
TENOR SAX-Used Selmer( excel-
lent condition, $400. Steve, 665-5635.
17X510
AUDIO COMPONENTS-Marantz 250
power amp, Marantz 3300 pre-amp,
Thorens 125 with SHE arm and
Shure type 3, Braun 810 studio
monitor speakers, Koss pro-4 AA
headphones. 761-1343 after 7:30 p.m.
29X513
BUSINESS SERVICES
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken Monday
through Friday, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Fast
service. For further information call
76-DAILY or stop by the Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard St. dJ10
MOVING SOON? Need Help? We
will move almost everything at
very reasonable rates. Call Craig,
437-0249. 42J51
BIKES, SCOOTERS
NEARLY NEW 10-SPEED. $130. 668-
6196 persistently. dlZ510
'62 TRIUMPH 650, doesn't run. Best
offer. 769-5433. 49Z510
PETS AND SUPPLIES
ALASKAN Huskie pups. Delightful.
$30. 665-7952, 19T508
FREE KITTENS! Beautiful, ador-
able, happy kittens available im-
medately. Free carrying case given
to the first one to take a kitten.
I would like to avoid leaving them
at the Humane Society. Call 663-
7016. 2T5$8
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) Including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment, i.e. no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publcain Ad-
vertsers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
ment Is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed, or national origin to
any extent (Le, "preferably" is
still discriminatory)."
"Found" ads are run free-of
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 2 days

SUBLET
MODERN STUDIO APT. Air condi-
tioning, available now thru Aug.
$130. 663-3778 after 6 p.m. 47U510
GAY MALE Roommate Needed.
Reasonable. Call 668-7875. 46U508
CAMPUS-HOSP. AREA. Two bed-
room apt. Free utilities and parking.
971-1246 or 663-7990. 59U510
2 BDRM., large, furnished, modern
apt., air condiioned, shag carpet,
pets allowed, parking, laundry, 2
blocks from campus. Call 994-5697
before 4 p.m. 61U509
SUMMER SUBLET - Own bedroom
in two-bedroom apt., cheap. Don,
663-6543, 994-5000. 51U510
FURNISHED, equipped, large effi-
ciency sublet on campus. 662-2123,
negotiable. 27U509
SUBLET EFFICIENCY May 17-Aug-
ust 23. Own bathroom, kitchen,
near St. Joe's. 668-6513 afternoons.
22U510
SUMMER
SUBLET SERVICE
Listing of apartments available for
sublet-from efficiencies to 2 bed-
room apts., old house and modern.
If you are looking for a summer
apartment, contact:
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron
662-7787

SUBLET
PLUSH two-bedroom apartment on
N. State. $230/mo. ($320 regular).
Or. Share with working couple,
$120. Fall option. 994-4840. 20U508
ROOMMATE wanted for Spring-
Summer sublet. Own room in two-
person aparment. $30 per month,
Call 663-2511. 30U513
SUMMER SUBLET-3-bdrm. apart-
ment in old house. Willing to rent
whole apartment or each of three
bedrooms separately. In nice neigh-
borhood near campus: 524 Walnut.
Priced for fast deal. Call Scott, 663-
7016. 25U508
TWO ROOMS, summer sublet(1
fall option), house near campus
with 3 women. 662-3429. 31U514
ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. 6th
and Madison. Desperately need
tenant, May 16-August ?. Any rea-
sonable offer accepted. Call eve-
nings, 11:30-12:00, 668-8506. 36U513
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