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Saturday, June 21, 1975
Daily Cl
(Continued from Page 8)
ROOMMATES
FEMALE NEEDED for own room in
modern apartment July - Augustl,
possibly Fall. Air conditioning. Rent
negotiable. 662-5093. 53Y625
WOMAN NEEDED now or Fall.
Cheap. Anne, 663-9180, evenings.
17Y625
WANTED-WOMAN to share 2-wo-
man apartment near Central Cao-
pus, June, July-August. 994-6632
11Y621
SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bedroom. fur-
nished, modern, air conditioned,
convenient location. Mosley Street.
Call 663-3882. 74U625
BEG. JULY 10. Fall option. 1 bed-
room furn apt. Near Burns Park.
Quiet, $160. 665-7453. 71U625
SPACIOUS two bedroot apart0ment
avalable about Jully st, with fall
option. Catherine St. $245 mo. 665-
6420. Summer rent negotiable.
750625
JULY-AUGUST SUBLET. Two ad-
joitg 00om nea ca0mpus. $65.
Coll Bary at 761- 9880, 763-6955.
760621
JULY-AUGUST, room in house
near Arb. Cheap. 769-4337. 78U621
JULY-AUGUST - 1-bedroom, fur-
nished apartment in beautiful old
house. $130 including utilities. 662-
0137. 62U621
COUPLE WANTED to share large
2-bdrm. apt. July-Aug. sublet. Good
location. $110. 994-4840. 56U621
FEMALE SUBLET needed, air-con-
(tilioned apartment, 2 bioks lom
camopus. $60-$800, Col Dobbe, 665-
3395. 65U625
FEMALE. Own room in modern
aiartmeont, July-August. $50/month.
:307 Packard. 665-6624. 70621
BEDROOM furnished for 2 in mod-
rn apt. Walking distance to both
campuses. Available now, $95. 062-
7739 a10er 6_ 500625
JULY-AUG. Own bedroom in A/C 2-
bedroom apartment, on campus,
possible Fall option. 668-6237. 49U621
SINGLE FOR WOMAN in house apt.
Great location, July-Aug. $55/mo.
Valerie, 994-5012. 40U621
SUBLET-July-Aug. Own room in
apt. in house. Garden included.
$50.00. 761-6450. 300625
JULY-AUGUST. Large room in
house. Kitchen. Great location.
Cheap. Call Brad, 761-4338. 270621
FEMALE TO SUBLET. Share room
isunny opt. 01000 to verything,
0ery reasonable. Cal tollect if in-
terested, 1-474-6582. 29U625
ROOM IN HOUSE, parking, loundy,
A/C. Cali Chuoca days, 764-629,
ees. 764-1131. 180621
JULY-AUG.-Modern, two-bedroom,
convenient location, $150. Caol 761-
7852, 22U621
NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, air - conditioned, furnished
apartment, June-August. Block from
campus. Rent negotiable. Caol 668-
7195. 50129
SUBLET-$95/mo., efficiency, quit,
oid-May-Aug., near U-Hopital. 54-
5224. 70U509
MISCELLANEOUS
LARGE REWARD for sentimental
trinkets and stamp albums stolen
from Huron View Apts., 843 Green,
Ypsilanti on June 14 or 15, 1975.
487-5109. 57M621
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
hol and drug abuse among gay
women. For further information,
call 763-4186. All communication
held in strict confidence, 22M328
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
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assifieds

WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - Ued 10 speed bike.
preferably 24". 662-1717. d1K625
WANT TO BUY sed ten speed. 23
or 24 inch frame Call Alison. 662-
1717 persistently. dK621
CHECK YOUR CLOSETS I want to
buyyo ur old Levi it anycondition
Call 761-4897 evenin4s. dK614
PERSONAL
BOWLING at tit ltion lle cold-
ett place in town Mlihigan Union
cF621
BILLIARDS in the afternoon. Sun-
days. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Reduced rates.
Michigan Union. cF62
TRANSFER STUDENT wishes to
meet University giri. Bill, 763-6563.
72F625
FOR SALE - Vivitar 90mm-230mm,
toom telephoto lens0 $125 or best
offer. Call Leah, 665-4635. 54621
PERMANENT Weight Loss through
Behavior Modifiation. Call 994-0019.
59F625
YOU DON'T have to be tough to
play this game. Billiards at the
Union. F621
FACULTY member needs young
woman to help care for two children
during camping trip to West Coast
July 7-August 15. References re-
quired. 971-9332 evenings. 64F625
THE ACTION is here 'til 1 am.
tonight. Bowling and billiards at
the Union. cF62
STUDENT CHARGE accounts avail-
able at The Village Apothecary,
1112 So. University. cFto
OLD TERM SPECIAL-Billiards and
Bowling at reduced ra10s. Wed.,
Junea25,11oa.m.-12:30 a.m. Michigan
Union, cP2i
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Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
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ALL NEW STUDENTS---
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
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THE CENTER FOR AROAMERI-
CAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES Is
sponsoring a Spring Workshop -
"The World of the Black Child."
The workshop will take an interdis-
ciplinary approach to the study, and
understanding of the Afro-Ameri-
can Child. This overview will in-
clude Anthropology, History, Socio-
logy, Phychology, Linguistics, Fine
Arts, and Education.
Participating University of Michi-
gan Professors will be Niara Sudar-
kasa, James Horton, Jonas Chenault,
Orals Edward, Charles Moody, Mil-
ton Stewar, Jon . Lockard, Vera
Embree, and Gwendolyn Baker.
Other participants will include Mar-
got Ells, Ann Arbor Public Schools,
Geneva Smitherman, Wayne State
University and James Banks, Uni-
verity of Wahigton
Highlighting the workshop will be
George Norman's Black Odessey Ex-
hibit. The Exhibit, a pictorial dis-
play, will be open to the public on
Wedneday, June 25th, 9 a.m.-S p.m.
-Assembly Hall of the Michigan
Union,
The Workshop will be held June
24-27 and may be taken for 2 hra.
credit. Non U of M students may
register as a"guest student". For
additional information call CAAS,
764-5513,
Gwendolyn C. Baker,
Coordinator
2F0624

Catching moonbeams
An unidentified angler dips net into Lake Erie waters off Lorain, Ohio, in search of minnows for
bait.
Native Americans end
protest on Fleming's lawn

{Continued from Page 1)
Following the meeting he said,
"We have agreed to further dis-
cussions." He declined to elab-
orate.
NASA members indicated they
discussed a cultural center site
on Wilmot St. with Johnson. The
University previously offered
the site for a cultural center
but later called the house "in-
adequate and unsafe."
FLEMING said that the Uni-
versity had been trying to find
a location for the Native Amer-
ican Cultural Center. However,
he contended the earliest a per-
manent site could be available
is next winter.
The native Americans, who un-
til now have worked with-
in the system, said they were
tired of delays. They claim
their problems are immediate
and will not wait until next year.
Fleming, annoyed at NASA's
failure to follow the adminis-
tration procedure said, "I really
don't know what they want at
this pomt. They spoke before
the Regents and we prepared a
full response. We have not
heard any reply."
THE UNIVERSITY has of-

fered NASA temporary space in
the black cultural center, Trot-
ter House. However, Barbra
Smith, a member of NASA, stat-
ed Trotter house "is too small
for the group there now."
Johnson stated, "t can under-
stand the impatience with the
bureaucracy but it will take
time to accomplish this."
H O W E V E R, Mike Dasher
contended, a NASA member
who pointed out "we have been
going through channels for five
months."
Fleming never met with the
group, although demonstrators
were within yards of his front
door.
However, Fleming stated that
an earlier offer to talk with the
group still stood.
ON THURSDAY he indicated
that he would be willing to
speak with representatives of
NASA but refused to speak to
the group on the lawn.
The difficulty between the
University and the Native
Americans includes other is-
sues besides the cultural cen-
ter.
Vickey Barner, NASA mem-
ber pointed out, "The Univer-

sity teaches a lot of useless
things. It doesn't teach how to
survive. The University is part
of the white culture."
M I K E Dasher added, "I
have sisters and cousins who
would never think of coming
here (to the University)."
Barner explained, "White
man has no tribal history, you
learn everything out of books.
You feel no closeness with the
earth. Most Native Americans
feel despair over what has hap-
pened to the earth. You have
separated yourself from na-
ture. You feel that you are bet-
ter than animals."
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