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Saturday, June 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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TRANSPORTATION
RIDER WANTED to NW Wyoming.
leave 6/14. 62-8945. 140607
USED CARS -
1971 TOYOTA Corolla, good body.
nod mech. $1100. 764-6712. 08N614
'69 AUTIN-Nmed strter. Great
body, fair motor. Best offer round
$200. noon-4 p.m., 764-0554; mid-
night to noon, 663-5428. dN620
YAMAHA 1973 RD 350, exc. cond.
2700 miles, helmets, saddlebags.
$700. 1-229-2616. 51N530
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE GRAD needs furnished
one-bedroom apt., efficien, or
room with kitchen privileges for
all. Call 662-0667 persistently.
1210619
FEMALE GRAD, 27, needs quiet 1-
bedroom or efficientcy apt., Aug.-
Dec. 662-7916. 37L614
WANTED TO BUY
35MM CAMERA case, Pentax pre-
ferred. Wil pay up to $100. 663-5874
early morning, evening. 69K14
CHECK YOUR CLOSETS-I want to
by yourebid Levis in any condition.
Ca11 761-497 eveing. Kld
PETS AND SUPPLIES
R 3OMENEEDED for nice ca Call
663-4386 fter 530 72T14
ROOMMATES
WANTED--WOMAN to share 2-wo-
oan apartment near Central Cam-
pus. June. July-August. 994-6632.
1Y02
FALL - ROOMMATES needed to
shre room in co-ed house. $83 plusa
utilities. Caren, 668-6376. 02Y620
NSED 3 MALE art students for fall.
Furnished apt., balcony, parking,
disiwasher, near State and Law-
rnce Streets. $68.75. Fred, 663-5923.
28Y617
BIKES, SCOOTERS
SPECIAL limited sale. Bottecchia
profesional full amp eqsipment.
4'550. Allsport. 663-2233. 69014
450 TRIUMPH Bonneville. 1973, 1700
ilea Mnt conditon. Make offe
549-0394 or 01-341 5114
LOST AND FOUND
WOMEN'S gold watch FOUND 6 11,
N. University & State, 11:30 a.m.
Call Jerry, 994-0413 and identify
dA617
SITUATIONS WANTED
PROFESSIONAL VOCALIST seeks
hard rock and roll band. 50's thru
70's. Carolyn Moon, 663-9128. 990618
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USED FENDER. superb reverb with
4 10" speakers. Apollo Music Center,
323 S. Main, xtc
COR SALE-Stereo, BSR turntable
Pioneer amplifier and speakers, good
condition. $175 or best offer. Call
761-8073. 07620
USED ViOLINS-Good for starter.
$89.50. Apollo Music Center. 769-
1400. exte
PIONEER cassette deck with dolby.
Sony reel-to-reel deck TC366. Pio-
nea direct drive turntable with
iwo Jensen lud speakers with twa
12's ach. Whole shot, $750. 763-
6890 after 6 p.m. 33613
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zildian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.'
72X523
SUBLET

SUBLET
WOMAN TO SHARE bedroom in
large house. Great location. July-
Aug. $45. Dahlia: 994-5012. 79U614
ROOM AVAILABLE now through
Decembermincommunalhouse very
cose to campus. Graduate student
or working person preferred. Call
761-9441 after 7 p.m, 59U61
JULY-AUGUST - One bedroom,
three-room apartment near campus
In beautiful, old house. 662-0137.
88U614
JULY-AUGUST. One bedroom, fur-
nished, on campus. $160. 663-4594.
93U614
JUIlY-AUGUST - Two-edom 5-
level. beautiful anartment on For-
est. A/C, balony poking, divh-
washer 665-8769. 59U614
M7AlF OWN ROOM. r e. 2-
bdrm, at. $55/mo. North Camt'..
A a a le immediately. 449-4553
days. 600017
AVAILABLE 19?MEDTATELY. Large,
2-bdrm. ant.. fuly furnished A/C,
great campus location. Call 71-
2559. 2017
ROOMS, summer sublet. 663-9433.
76U614
IMMEDTATE OCCUPANCY for 1-2
Women In spacious 4-man apart-
ment. Fall option. Anne, 663-9180.
50014
AVAILABLE immediately. 1-bdrm
apt., nicely furnished, campus loca-
tion in qiet area, reasodable rates.
Cal 71-2559. 63017
JULY-AUG.-Modern, furnished, 2-
bedroom apt., A C, on campus,
laundry parking, negotiable. 994-
6088. 46U614
I-BEDROOM. unfurnished. available
June 21 throueb August 15 withb
option. Rent $180. 662-4032. 42U614
ROOM IN HOUSE. $50/month for
summer. Call Randi, 66-0669 eves.
30U613
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm. ,apt. Pos-.
sible Fall option. $55/month. 662-
2310. 67U607
NEEDED-ubOlese.Share sne bed-
rooctaile- conditioned. futinsed
apartment June-Atgust. Block from
camus. Rent negotiable. Cal 668-
7195. 95U525
SUBLFT-- 95'mo.. efficiency, quiet,
mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
5224. 70050
MISCELLANEOUS
FREE PINBALL AT TOMMY'S this
Monday,. 9-9:30 p.m. 0M14
GETTING MARRIED? If you're
planning on getting married, during
July and wnt same fantsti pres-
ents worth over $1,000 and the thrili
of your life, contact: Ned Gershen-
Stn. promotionai director, Arborland
Shopping Center. Call IMMEDIATE-
LY: 971-0380. 74M617
0 A PROGRAM is now bin offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alo-
ho and drug abase among gay
women. Fr further information,
. call 763-4186. All communication
held in strict confidence. 22M328
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SUMMER CHARTERSj
ABROAD,
BUSINESS INTERVIEW
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
HOME
Corner William & Maynard
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FOR SALE
2?, CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR.
Excellent condition, $70. 663-8619
dB621
MEN'S GOLF CLUBS and accesso-
ries, bowling ball. 665-4779. 86B614
TWO SECTIONAL SOFAS, coffee
table, lamp, portable stereo with
cabinet. dinette set, bar, two bar
stools, two area rugs, bean bag
chair, 5-ft. artificial piant, miscel-
laneous, all in excelent condition
Call 663-6491 84B618
FOR SALE-One wedding-engage-
ment rings set, yellow gold, 22-pt.
diamond, price negotiable. 994-5017.
4B14
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING theses, resumes, etc. Selec-
tric (choose your type style), an
pick tpand deliver. reasonble.
437-1161. 01J621
PASSPORT and applcation phto
taken Wednesday evenns 0 p.m.
at the Michigan Daily. For further
information call 764-0552 and ask
for Pauline or Steve. dJt
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
PORTRAIT painting, pastels, char-
coals, oils. Signs and posters. Banks
Art Studio, 232 Nickels Arcade, 761-
8847. 59J14
TUTORING, consulting in statistics,
math computers. Call Walt, 994-3594.
cJtC
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple,
012 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 P.m. cJtc
MOVING
Low rates. 663-7690 or 668-8807.
cJ625
PERSONAL
IF YOU HAVE something to say,
say it on your T-shirt and play pin-
ball free at Tommy's, Wednesday,
3:30-4 p.m. 09F617
SUNDAYS at reduced rates. Billiards
at the Union. 1-6 p.m. cF614
THE LATEST IN MAKE-UP at the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFt
YOU COULD teach a friend Billiards
at the Union. Open till I a.m. Fri-
day and Saturday. cF-- 4
CINEMA II looking for new mem-
bers. Jane, evenings, 665-9348. 94F614
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RE-
SUMES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
cJtc
YOUR SUMMER will be complete-
Bowlng at the Union. Open till 1
a.m. tonight. cF614
LANDLORD PROBLEMS? Contact
Ann Arbor Tenants Union: 4110
Michigan Union; 761-1225. 54F614
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT 0 DAT 9 LSAT * ORE
ATGSB board exams. For informa-
tion call: (313) 354-0085. cFtc
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well in Dexter. Call for
freepick-up. 426-8081. eFt
Albert's. Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. cFtc
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
eFtc
PAPERS
NOTES
THESES
FLIERS
COPIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
Higb Quality at
LOW Cost
The COPY MILL
211 BSo. State
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
cFte

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Some-
one spotted one of the intruders
near President Ford's office re-
cently and, down in the White
House basement, they say you
hear things going bump in the
night.
In short, there are rats in the
White House.
MICE, TOO. And some dis-
gruntled officials are blaming
the whole thing on Richard
Nixon.
"It all goes back to four years
ago when Nixon took that ter-
rible helicopter ride over the
Mall," the broad grassy strip
that sweeps through downtown
Washington and past the White
House backyard, said one offi-
cial involved in executive man-
sion rat-trapping.
"He looked down from the hel-
icopter and asked an aide what
were those unsightly buildings
cluttering up the Mall."
THEY W E R E creaky old
Navy munitions sheds thrown up
during Worldf War I and, the
official agreed, they were a
mess.
"But did he know what was
inside those old four-story mon-
sters? I guess not. Those build-
ings were crawling with ro-
dents."

Nixon ordered the buildings
torn down, the official said. The
job sholld have taken a year,
but with the heat that only a
President can put on they fell
in six months.
AND OUT carne hordes of
rodents in search of new quar-
ters.
"Tearing down those Mall
buildings and the current exca-
vation for a new building next
door on 17th Street has given
us a rat invasion," the official
said.
Nixon's chief of staff, Gen.
Alexander Haig, heard so many
rats scurrying to and fro be-
hind his office baseboards he
nicknamed the area "the Ho
Chi Minh Trail."
THE RAT-CATCHERS went to
work in earnest after Ford en-
tered the White House, using
peanut butter as the main lure.
T h e y figured, optimistically,
they had knocked off their last
rodent last October.
But now, a mouse has been
seen foraging just down the hall
from Ford's office.
And in some of the basement
offices, late at night, one can
hear the pitter-patter of little
feet scurrying about in the ceil-
ing.

EPA says city's air
fairly pluinfree
(Continued from Page 3) compliance this year.
In issuing the report, EPA He also noted that most sul-
Administrator R u s s e 11 Train phur oxide pollution comes from
said, "significant progress" has burning of high sulphur coal in
been made in ending air pollu- factories and power plants.
tion since passage of the 1970 More of this fuel must be used,
Clean Air Act, because of the oil and natural
But he noted many local areas gas shortage, he noted, but pol-
failed to meet the May 31 dead- lutioi can be controlled if
line for complying with anti- "scrubbers" and similar de-
pollution standards, and that vices are required on smoke
the goal of clean air is still stacks.
distant.
TRAIN'S REPORT disclosed e e
the amount of carbon monoxide Eussinger,
in the nation's air dropped 50r*en inefasae f h
per cent since passage of the
emission control devices re-
quired on cars. Particulate mat-
ter is down more than 14 per
cent, he added.
Of 20,000 major stationary
sources of pollution - such as talks
power plants, factories and steel
mills-15,600, or 78 per cent,
are now in compliance. (Continued from Page 1)
Nonetheless 60 of 247 Air THE PRIME Minister also re-
Quality Control Regions across ferred to continuing technical
the country do not meet par- differences with the administra-
ticulate standards, 42 do not tion, "When we think that some-
meet sulphur oxide standards, thing serves our interest we do
74 do not meet petrochemical it even if it is not always liked
oxidant standards, 13 do not by some people here," he said.
meet nitrogen oxide standards Sources said a final decision
and 54 do not meet carbon by Ford on another Kissinger
monoxide standards. mediation awaits post-summit
Train noted there is a lag of deliberations in Jerusalem and
up to a year in collection and Cairo.
analysis of air pollution data, Kissinger is said to be re-
and some areas listed as not luctant to board the shuttle
meeting standards may now be again unless he is 90 per cent
in compliance. certain it would produce an
A NUMBER of factors com- agreement. His last effort col-
hined to prevent the natiofi from lapsed three months ago.
meeting standards called for in FORD EXPECTS to know
the law by May 31, 1975, accord- within the next two weeks
ing to Train.whthertersfxt atw ith-
Causes include the fact that whether terms for Israeli with-
some pollution abatement is drawal n Sina can be ar-
very complex, the energy crisis ranged.
which forces burning of more A key factor is the visit here
dirty fuel, defiance of the law next Friday of foreign minister
and court challenges brought by Abdel Halim Khaddam of Syria.
some polluters and lax enforce- Egypt and Syria are pressing
ment by some states. for a prompt withdrawal of Is-
Train said most big steel mills raeli forces on the Gohlan
are not meeting the standards, Heights, but Israel doubts that
but that stepped up enforcement a deal can be struck with Da-.
will start to bring them into mascus.

JULY-AUGUST--Two-bedroom, ful- -- - --- - ---
ly furnished, A/C, on campus. Call FOR SALE
665-5069. 95U620
6--0------506---AQUARIUMS and stands, 50 and 30
APT.-July-Aug. Near bus, central gallon, salt water set-up, other
campus. $80 per mo. 769-4019eves, Items, cheap. 665-8423. 10B618
910014 __
A.K.C. GERMAN SHEPHERDS, 14
DETROIT. CHARMINGLY furnished mos. old, female; 7 mos. old male
2-bedroom writer's apartment in the and female. Best offers accepted.
Palmer Park area to sublet for the 769-9796. 05B621
academic year (Sept.-June) or ex-
change with apt. or house in Ann FOR SALE-10 speed bicycle, Portu-
Arbor. Laundry, parking included. goese Flandria, lugged.frame, aim-
$185. No children or pets. 322-7821, 1piea dere, 25" frame, virtually
341-1529. 81U614 new 27" 75 lb. tubular tires, $160
negotiable. 994-6489. dB614
for own rom-Abby Apts. A/C, dish- RECORD ALBUMS - Over 200 to
washer, 2 bathrooms, patio. Rent - choose from. 994-6332 persistently.
negotiable. Call 763-6560. 80U618 98B619

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