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Daily Classifieds

FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apart-
ment in house; large kitchen, near
campus; $365.00 a month, Includes
heat and water. Ph. 663-4101. eCtc
LOVELY ROOM in house available
August I with fall option. $50 for
August. Call 761-2178, Carla. dC801
Fall Apartments
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
Old House and Modern Units
We have a few available for
September .
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL
Catherine - Kingsley
Geddes - Observatory
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT
335 E. Huron
663-4101
eCt
.815 PACKARD. room, male grad stu-
dent or business, share kitchen and
bath with two other students. Fall
option. 665-4736. 250801
FALL: One bedroom apt., furnished,
very close to campus. 663-6650 after
4 p.m. 31C802
ONE BEDROOM, furnished apt., two
blocks from Union. Aug. 1, $185.
971-2748. 110802
FALL-Modern one and two bed-
room apartments; furnished; air;
directly on campus. 668-6906 or 663-
3641, 1-5 p.m. ecte
SUMMER ROOMS with Fall option.I
Free parking, no cooking. $55 to $75.
769-2432. 49082.
A TOUCH OF CLASS
University Towers offers you the
finest available in student housing.
Weekly maid service, utilities paid
except electricity and phone. Taste-
fully appointed TV lounge, study
room, recreation area and much
more. Now renting for Summve
and/or Fall with 8-month leases
standard.
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
536S. Forest Ave.
761-2680
'C820
Sans Souci
Furnished 1-2 bedroom opt.
available for Summer Sub-
let and Fall '75 occupancy.
994-3955
Across the street from
Michigan Stadium
THE LUXURY OF PRIVACY IS
YOURS IN OUR EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS. A LIMITED NUM-
BER STILL AVAILABLE FOR FALL.
DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS
545 Church Street
161-7600
ce
NEED A
ROOMMATE
AND DON'T
KNOW
ANYONE
IN TOWN ?
University Towers Apartments will
place you with other students in
either a 4-person or 2-person apart-
ment for Fall and Winter. Leases
are for 8 months and you are re-
sponsible for only your portion of
the rent. Come and see our model
the rent. Stop by and see our model
apartments between 8:30 and 4:30
Monday through Friday, or call 761-
2680
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
Corner of S, University & S. Forest
cc820

FOR RENT
IN JUST
15 MINUTES
You could enjoy your own country
apartment complete with washer
and dryer, dishwasher, sun balconyp
and more
THE MILAN PINES
U.S. 23 south to Plank Rd. exit.
West to corner of Main and Platt
439-7108
HOUSING for graduate student on
10 acre farm 7 miles from Ann
Arbor. No security deposit necessary.
$150/mo. 434-1665. 02C02
MILLER STREET/ARBOR PARE
APARTMENTS
2 Bedroom unfurnished aparments
in West Park area. No children,
please. $178.00 per month includes
stove, refrigerator, heat, water, and
parking. Modern Bldg. 663-4101.
cCtc
Thompson
Apartments
Furnished efficiency, one &
t w a bedroom "artments
available for Fall '15 occu-
poncy.
665-2289
At the corner of William
and Thompson
Visit Resident Maager at
partment 216.
et
CHEERY ROOMS $55-75, no kitchen.
Free parking. 769-2432. 71716
ROOMS, ROOMS, rooms. All sizes,
furnished, with or without cooking.
1346 Geddes, near Observatory. 668-
6906 or 663-3641, 1-5 p.m. Cte
Campus Rentals, Ltd.
Fine Cmpus Aparments
1335 S. University 665-025
SUMMER RATES
3 3-bdrm. furnished apt.
MAIZE AND BLUE
MANAGEMENT
761-3131
BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Book, ar-
ticle, dissertation. Howard RontaI.
665-7161 evenings. 39J806
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING,
RESUMES, EDITING. TASK, 761-
4146. cJtc
MOVING AND HAULING. Furniture,
appliances, office equipment. Ray,
449-2554. 03J802
PROFESSIONAL MANUSCRIPT EDI-
TOR. Dissertations, books. 769-2931.
943731
EDITING SERVICE. Textual gram-
matical advice. English doctoral stu-
dents work with you. Technical dis-
sertations. Foreign students wel-
come. 663-5547, 662-5912. 19J819
I AM A full-time free-ance typist
with coniderable eperience in pre-
paring books, theses, and papers. I
type over 100 w/m, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c p. IBM
Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, 665-
0166, 54J08
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experience.
Free estimates. 971-4585. cJtc
TUTORING, consultn in stoatti,
math computers. Call Walt, 94-3594,
cJtc
TYPING, editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple,
812 S. State St, 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.m. eJce
WANTED TO RENT
TWO experienced housesitter/re-
search assistants need housing Sept
1-20, Pay Sept. rent if necessary.
763-4212 days; 063-2548 evenings.
3L802
4 GRADS need house for Fall, Call
-please) 665-7119 or 973-0428. dL802
SUBLEASE IN DORM DESIRED. For
Fall. Any single room. Call 995-080.
21L802

ROOMMATES
GIRL TO SHARE clean, well-furn-
shed house. Own room, near cam-
pus. 665-9881 after 5. 37Y802
NEED 2 FEMALE roommates. Apt.
across from V-Bell. $85/mo. 668-6674.
43Y05
OWN ROOM in furnished, 2-bed-
room apartment. $100/month. Pre-
fer feminist grad. Eileen, 761-4372.
44Y807
WANTED FOR FALL: 1-2 women,
preferably grad, to live in beautiful
cooperative house near Arboretum.
Liz, 761-0336 or 994-3774, or Mikki,
665-4051. 42Y801
CO-ED HOUSE on campus. Private
bedroom. Share living area, cooking
and cleaning. 663-5942. 97Y802
NEED ROOMMATE in house apart-
ment, own bedroom. $68. 665-7697,
ROOMMATE WANTED to share a
2-bedroom luxury apartment on
North Campus. Prefer a non-smoker
who has an avid interest in all the
Fine Arts (opera buff, poet, etc.).
Could also locate with someone al-
ready established. Call Mark at 761-
2169. 91Y731
NEED 2 MALE OR FEMALE room-
mates for Fall-Grad preferred-
$6.75pee man. Call Fred persisent-
ly, 663-5923. 7Y731
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
LEAR JET 8-track car stereo, almost
new, $40. 994-4696. 49X801
REALISTIC SCT-9 cassette tape
deck with Dolby memory rewind,
new in June, $180. 994-4696. 50X801
USED EPIPHONE bass guitar priced
to sell. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main, 769-1400. eXt
SHURE MICROPHONE sale now in
progress. Apollo Music Center, 769-
146. exe
THORENS TURNTABLE: Olde but
goodie, $56 or best offer; call Randy
6-7 p.m., 665-8274. 23x801
SONY Stereo Systems, TV's at just
above wholesale prices. For free ca-
talogue and price list write Sight
and Sound Electronics, P.O. Box 35,
Ann Arbor 95X731
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zildjian cymbals, excellent cond-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
MISCELLANEOUS
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SUMMER CHARTERS
ABROAD,
BUSINESS INTERVIEW
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
HOME
Corner William & Maynard
MISCELLANEOUS
YOUR TICKET STUBS from the
movie "Tommy" at the Fifth Forum
are worth 50c in pinball at Tommy's
Holiday Camp, cM802
Do the CHALK-IN grin with a frien
46M731
ARBORLAND COUNTRY-WESTERN
WEEKEND
Country & Western musicians, if
if y u want to be seen and heard
and have yourself advertised In all
local media and are free August
21 ,22, 23, contact 971-0380. 05M802
ARBORLAND CHESS
TOURNAMENT
Chess players, if you are interested
in playing a tournament for cash
and prizes during August, contact
971-0380. 0610209
COWS, HORSES,
ALL FARM ANIMALS
If you can get your owners to bring
you to Arborland for the Country-
Western Weekend, you may bea
celebtylynd show f* for all the
kids. Call 971-0380 and ask for
more information. 07M809
FOR SALE
DON'T PAY exhorbitant rent. Older
mobile home for sale by owner, price
of economy car. New furnace, air
conditioning and more. Excellent
condition. 485-7521. 22B802

XEROX 320 Microfiche reader, 22x-
29x. As new. $166 or best offer. Cal
663-6436. 09B731
SAILBOAT FOR SALE - Int. 470,
No. 863. Perfect condition, 141W
sloop Inc. custom trailer, cover
trapeze, 2 spinnakers. $1500.00. 352-
3833. 98B807

SUBLET
ONE-BEDROOM APT, available
thru Aug. Campus. 769-1675,.6-9 p.m.
90U802
SHARE -2-BEDROOM bi-level for
July-Aug. sublet. Large atticl oft
room, air cond., nice view. Great
for couple. Close to campus. An
unusually fine place. 994-4840. 62U710
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD. One or two
students in exchange for 12-14 hrs.
per week care of lovable, retarded,
hyperactive 11-year-old girl. Must
have 3:30-5.30 free weekdays. Start
in Fall. Call 665-6853. 40E806
SITUATIONS WANTED
STUDENT DESIRES work in ex-
change for room and board. 1-626-
7937 320802
WANTED TO BUY
DESPERATELY NEEDED: '75-76
PARKING PLACE ON CAMPUS.
WILL PAY GENEROUSLY. PRONE
994-8030 27K805
BIKES, SCOOTERS
WOMAN'S BICYCLE, 10-speed, ex;
cellent condition. 663-9585 after 6.
742715
HELP WANTED
SECRETARY for U-M student or-
ganization office. Full time, Sept.-
May. Experienced typist, knowledge
of office procedure is required. Call
Mrs. Samuelson,, 763-3241. 51H806
WANT TO MAKE a lot of bucks?
The Daily circulation department is
now hiring subscription salespeople
for the first two weeks of Septem-
ber. Call 764-0560 or come to 420
Maynard between 9 and 5. dH802
EARN-$2-$2.50. Serve for pay in
psychology experiments (11 hrs.
e"ch". Call 764-0258 or 763-1101,
TYPISTS, evenings and weekends.
The Secretariat, 994-3594. cHtc

HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS for media research pro-
ject,.1-3 hrs., first 3 weeks August,
$2.50//hr. 761-2642, 35H802
ROOM AND BOARD for friendly,
dependable student who can help
with family and house. Three blocks
from campus. Must enjoy children,
dogs, cats. 761-0614. 0H731
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
PHONE HELP AND DRIVERS
PART TIME-FULL TIME
APPLY IN PERSON
BETWEEN 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
DOMINO'S PIZZA
CENTRAL CAMPUS-1031 E. ANN
NORTH CAMPUS-1141 BROADWAY
GEORGETOWN MALL -
2520 PACKARD
33H806
WE ARE LOOKING for married cou-
ple to serve as house parents in an
agency provided group home. A B.A.
degree and experience in related
fields is required. We ask for one
year commitment and are looking
for a couple who is genuinely in-
terested in youth. Good base sal-
ary, $8,000, excellent fringe benefits
and all expenses. Please oentact
Ron Reed. executive director, Fam-
ily Group Homes for Youth, Inc,
973-1260. 34H812
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