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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, May 10 1975

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FOR RENT
ROOM NEAR CAMPUS, share kitch-
en, fall option. 994-5210. 95C514
SUMMER ROOMS for rent, 820 Ox-
ford. 761-8356. 970517
LAW STUDENT waned for roon in
house for fall/ $0 mo., near Law
School. Call Chris or Jim at 665-
2382. 57514
ONE AND TWO-BDRM. apts. avail-
able for fall. 913 Dewey. Furnished
with modern appliances. Call col-
lect 1-264-5698. 73C517
AVAILABLE NOW-Large, one-bdrm.
apt., suitable for (2); furnished; 4-
mo. (May-Aug.). $110/mo. 310 S.
Division. (Inquire Apt. No. 3, or
Liberty- Music Shop, NO 2-0675).
71C513
A FEW VACANCIES available for
summer and fall. 769-0853. 41510
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. ect
BEAUTIFUL APT. on campus at 503
Church St. No. 4. It has balcony
door, carpet, one bedroom (big),
wash and dry downstairs. Ask for
Joanne after 6:00 every day, 994-
012. 33C513
STUDY UNDER
ENJOYABLE
CIRCUMSTANCES
" Piano Room
" Pool & Ping-Pong Room
" Free Movies
" Study Lounge
" Weekly Housekeeping
" Fully Furnished
UNIVERSITY TOWERS
APARTMENTS
536 S. Forest 761-2680
eCtc
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 662-0751.
240520
FALL RENTALS
CAMPUS-HOSPITALS
0 Efficiencies-
* 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apts.-
* Old House and Modern-
9 Furnished, heat and water paid
Observatory-Geddes
Kingsley-Ingalls
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron
663-4101
cCc
ROOMMATES
NEEDED NOW! FEMALE FOR %z
DOUBLE. $40/MO. CALL CATHY
COLLECT: 1-626-0376 AFTER FIVE.
89Y516
WANTED-Woman to share 2-wo-
man apartment near Central Cam-
pus, May-August. Rent negotiable
994-6632. 83Y517
FOURTH MALE needed to share
Albert Terrace apt. for Fall-Winter
terms. Modern bi-level apt. on
Geddes. nar Ab, central campus
and Med Center. Call 668-8003.
55Y510
SITUATIONS WANTED
RESEARCH GRANTS-Need help in
presentation? Lettering, graphics,
artwork done, freelance. Call 453-
8113. 390514
WANTED TO RENT
PRIVATE GARAGE wanted to store
car. David, 665-2737. 85L517
NEH FELLOW (History) seeks to
rent Turn. 3 BR.-plus home, Sept.
through May. Write John Chlberg,
Normandale Com. Col., Bloomington,
Minn. 55431, Phone 612-825-0415.
75L513
ROOM WANTED, near campus. Fall
term only. Doug, 665-9668. 23L513

SUBLET
COOLasubterranean room in non-
sexist segetarian house. 761-2178. 3
blocks from campus. 86U514
ONE ROOM available: Big, well-fur-'
nished home on Geddes. 663-7268.
87U515
BURNS PARK--bdrm. available in
co-op house July 1. Fall option. 761-
9765. 84U514
SUBLET-One bedroom for one or
two people. Furnished, air, unique
bi-level, cheap. 994-0372. 94U513
OWN ROOM in nice house. 668-
7137 eves., persistently. 74U515
2 BDRM. large, furnished, modern
apt., air condiloned, shag carpet'
pets allowed, parking, laundry, 2
blocks from campus. Call 761-2170
before 4 p.m. 61512
TWO-BEDROOM, furnished, modern
summer sublet. Fall option. 125 Hill.
455-1487. 63U517
SUBLET-$95/mo., efficiency, quiet,
mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
5224. 700509
TWO ROOM apartment - $75/mo.
May-Aug with Fall option. 665-7668
67U510
TWO-BDRM APT., 711 Arch, fur-
nished, air conditioned, dishwasher,
near IM bldg. 763-6547, 64U516
PLUSH two-bedroom apartment on
N State. $230/mo. ($320 regular).
Or: Share with couple. $120. Fall
option. 994-4840. 680510
MODERN STUDIO APT. Air condi-
tioning, available now thru Aug.
$130. 663-3778 after 6 p.m. 47U510
CAMPUS-HOSP. AREA. Two bed-
room apt. Free utilities and parking.
971-1246 or 663-7990. 59U510
ROOMMATE wanted for Spring-
Summer sublet. Own room in two-
peraonaparment. $30 per month.
Call 663-2511.30513
TWO ROOMS, summer tablet (1
fall option, house near campus
with 3 women. 662-3429. 310514
ONE BEDROOM furnishedapt. 6th
and Madison, Depeately need
tenant, May 16-August ?. Any rea-
sonable offer accepted. Call eve-
nings, 11:30-12:00, 668-8506. 36U513
SUMMER SUBLET - Own bedroom
in two-bedroom apt., cheap. Don,
663-6543, 994-5980. 510510
SUBLET EFFICIENCY May 17-Aug-
ust 23. Own bathroom,' kitchen,
near St. Joe's. 668-6513 aftenoons.
22U510
SUMMER
SUBLET SERVICE
Listing of apartments available for
sublet-franc efficiencies to 2 bed-
roomp pts., old hooe nand moden.
If you are looking for a summer
apartment, contact:
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron
662-7787
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USED CARS
BRADLEY OT, beautiful fiberglass
body on VW chassis. Looks similar
to Corvette. $3950. 482-5040. 8ON510
PINTO Runabout, 1974, 2300 cc, au-
tomatic, radio. Less than 9000 miles,
excellent condition. Best offer. 663-
7671. 24N510
MISCELLANEOUS-
PRIVATE PILOT ground school -
Monday and Wednesday ees., 7-
9:30, 6 weeks beginning May 12.
1042 E.E. $35 includes text. Spon-
sored by U-M Flyers, 76M514
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
MOVING SOON? Need Help? We
wil move almost everything at
very reasonable rates. tall Craig,
437-0249. 42J510

BIKES, SCOOTERS
NORTON 750-1973, 8.000 miles, like
new. Dave, 665-2737. 92Z517
NEARLY NEW 10-SPEED. $130. 668-
6196 persistently. dZ510
'62 TRIUMPH 650, doesn't run. Best
offer. 769-5433. 49Z510
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TWO ADORABLE. male. neutered
cats need a home immediately. Call
994-0783. 77T510
REAL ESTATE
JUST REDUCED $1500. Ypsilanti
near Ford Lake. 3-bdrm., brick
ranch. Full basement, 110 baths,
built-in kitchen, 231 car garage,
fenced backyard on cul-de-sac. Ex-
cellent schools and neighborhood.
$28,400. 482-1955. 9R517
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 SME arm and
Shure type 3, Braun 810 studio
monitor speakers, Koss pro-4 AA
headphones. 761-1343 after 7:30 p.m.
29X513
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT WORKING on Detroit
Free Press this summer needs ride
to and from Detroit daily. Will
share all expenses. Call Sara at 769-
3296 or 764-0553 persistently. dG514
HELP WANTED
HOUSE PARENTS-Marred coup)
to provide residential treatment,
supervision for three adolescent boys
in smal groap home, A and ap-
propriate experience required. $7,000-
10,000 plus rent, expense and re-
lief. Call Vicki, Family Group
Homes, 973-1260. 91H523
ROOM-BOARD-Pay in reurtn for
part-time babysitter for 2 pre-school
girls in home near campus. Private
quarters include sitting room, bed-
room, ba throom. Start as snast
possible. Call 662-3455, 93H520
WORK-STUDY needed for co-op
offlce. Detailed work, good people.
663-0889 weekdays, 10-5. 1H514
EARN EXRA $ during the semes-
ter. Register for the Psychology
uBject Pools. 764-4209/763-110(9-
4:30). -4H515
FOR COMPLETE Information on
summer employment with the Mich-
igan tourist industry, send $2 to the
A c t i v e Employment Information
Services of Michigan, P.O. Box 981;
Southfield, Mich. 48075. 28H515
ALASKA PIPELINE BOWoL 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. 98H529
STUDENTS WANTED for part the
relief work with adolescents Call
Mr Tombeau, 292-2272. 3H513
SUMMER JOB-1975, just printed.
100's of estries. A must for all job
searchers who are seroua about
finding summer employment. Mall
$5.95 to American Research Ltd.,
499 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, Calif.
94304. 44H513
FOR SALE
MOVING SALE. Everyliag must go.
436 Third St. 665-5635. 88B510
P-38 PISTOL, satin blue, display
case, holster, ammunition. 662-8191.
69B513
WEEKLY, profitable, well-organized
newspaper for sale. Small town in
Northern Michigan recreation cen-
ter. Black Lake rea. area. Must have
experience plus $30-40,000 cash. If
interested: Call Jim Weir, 769-1615
for further info. - 65B513
ENGLISH RIDING BOOTS, size 6-7;
and crop. .Sue, 763-2374, 662-4852,
28B51
U-M STYLISTS at the UNION. Dave,
Chet and Harold Open 8:30 a.m.-
515 p Monday thru Saturday.
cF510
PERSONAL
FOR COMPLETE information on
sumnmer employment in the state of
Michigan send $2 to the Active Em-
ployment Services of Michigan. P.O.
Box 981, Southfield, Michigan 4075.
34F522

PERSONAL
YOUR RESUME personally prepared
and distributed to over 1,000 em-
plovers in your field! Lein than 3c
per enployer for total service! Free
into, write RESPONSE RESUME
AIDS, Box 82943-A19, San Diego, CA.
92138. 14F514
Albert's Copying
Dissertation quality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. cFtc
PASSPORT PHOTOS are taken Wed.
6 p.m. at the Daly. Call 764-0552,
ask for Steve or Pauline. dF524
ANYONE who purchased a car from
Bill Walz at Overseas Motors and
might like to help in my law case,
please contact Rick, 761-3518. 82F514
SPRING TERM SPECIAL. Biliards
at reduced rates. $1 per hor, May
12. 13, 14. Michigan Union, open
11 a.m. Mon.-Sat., 1 p.m. Sundays.
cF510
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
EXPERIMENTAL TRAINING work-
shop in Gestalt and "here and now"
approaches to counseling & groups.
Richard Kempter, 662-4826. 32F514

PERSONAL
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUES Tues-
days and Thursdays. Sign up now,
Michigan Union Lanes. M Pin bowl.
ing all summer. Open 11 a.m. Mon
Sot., 1 p.m. Sundays. cF5llO
GAY Academic Union - Gay grad
students, TFs, faculty, staff-meet
Sunday, 7:30 p.m., 1111 Nielsea
Court, No. 3 to diacss GEO, AAUP'.
Info 763-4186, 761-2044 (Gay Hotline
-24 hrs., 7 days). 96F510
AFRICAN and JAZZ MOVEMENTS
(Fitts). 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
(da kroom rentals). Personalized
palm stry. Fashion modeling. Hatha
yoga-Kung Fu-Tai Chi Chuan-
Women's self-defense and body con-
ditioning (beginning and advanced:.
Art Worlds' non-profit creative arts
agnter, 2130, S. Main St. between
Liberty and Washington-2nd floor
office-668-6244. cF513
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