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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 12, 1975

FRLSthe o done
_ ~FOR (DIR ECT CL ASSIFIE D SE RVICE C ALL 764-0557- 10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday __

FOR RENT
ON CAMPUS available now. 426-
3724, eves. 23C813
FURNISHED one bedroom apt, kitch-
en, bath, living room and large
closet. No utilities, 10 min. bike ride
to campus. 994-3079. 25C813
THE STAFF AT DAHLMANN
APATMENTS WISHES TO SAY
THANKS TO ALL OF OUR
1974-75 RESIDENTS
911 S. FOREST
Lovely, 2-bdrm., furnished, air, mo-
dern building. Three or four-man.
668-6906, 663-3641. cCtc
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
CAMPS
MANAGEMENT
335 E. Huron
663-4101
cCtc
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 anid 4:30
Monday through Friday, or call 761-
268.
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
Corner of S. University & S. Forest
eC820
611 W. LIBERTY
Old but nice 1-bdrm., furnished,
$190. Option to be resident mana-
ger. 668-6906, 663-3641. cteg
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apart-
ment in house; large kitchen, near
campus; $365.06 a month, includes
heat and water. Ph. 663-4101.cCte
HOSPITAL location, I & 2 bdrn.
modern apts. Also, roommates need-
ed. Call 761-3579 eves. 91C809
Sans 'Souci
Furnished 1 -2 bedroom opt.
available for Summer Sub-
let and Fall '75 occupancy.
994-3955
Across the street from
Michigan stadium

FOR RENT
NEW HOME for rent, 3-bedroom,
available immediately. 537-1080.
190816
ROOMS, ROOMS, rooms. All sizes,
furnished, with or without cooking.
1346 Geddes, near Observatory. 668-
6906 or 663-3641, 1-5 p.m. ectc
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
voom, recreation area and much
more. Now renting for Summer
and/or Fall with 8-month leases
standard.
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
5365. Forest Ave.
761-2680
cC820
IN JUST
15 MINUTES
You could enjoy your own country
apartment complete with washer
and dryer, dishwasher, sun balcony,
and more.
THE MILAN PINES
U.8. 23 south to Plank Rd. exIt.
West to corner of Main and Platt
439-7108
Thompson
Apartments
Furnished efficiency, one &
w o bedroom apartments
avoilable for Fal '75 occu-
pancy.
665-228
At the corner of William
and Thompson
Visit Resident Manager at
Apartment 216.
cCtc
SINGLE BEDROOM, ht-level apt.,
campus location, $260. Call 161-7852.
90C809
Campus Rentals, Ltd.
Fine Campus Apartments
1335 S. University 665-8825
ROOMMATES
OWN BEDROOM .in furnished, 2-
bdrm apt near campus. $102.50/mo.
plus utilities, 763-6412. 80Y814
OWN ROOM in partially furnished,
2-bedroom apt. View of river and
Arb. Prefer female grad. $110/mo.
Call Charlotte, 663-6270 late even-
ings. 08Y812
QUIET GRAD STUDENT needs
roommate to share 2-bedroom, N.C.,
Broadview Apt. 8-month Fall lease.
$135/month. Call 0-219-483-8739 af-
ter 4:30 p.m. 04Y816
MALE ROOMMATE needed to share
2-bdrm. apt. near N. Campus. Sept.
1. Call Rob at 665-8428. 67Y812

ROOMMATES
OWN ROOM In modern, 2-bedroom
apt. near campus and hospital. Will
be sharing with two other women.
Grad student preferred. $120/mo.
Call 662-7084 after 5:30, weekdays,
anytime weekends. Available Sept.
1. 14Y816
GRADUATE ROOMMATE service of-
fered. 763-5270. Rackham Housing/
Orientation Office, open 9-5. Rm.
2886. 19Y820
WANTED TO RENT
ARE YOU NOT COMING BACK to
U-M this fall and have to get rid
of your apt? 2 working students
desperately looking for 2-bdrm apt.
not far fram campus. Debby or Cher,
764-0560, days. dL8I6
SEEK 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, duplex,
or flat near U-M campus. Susan,
763-6440, persistenly. 29816
NEW FACULTY MEMBER AT U-M
WISHES TO RENT OR LEASE 3 OR
4 BEDROOM HOUSE OR APART-
MENT FOR 3 MONTHS TO 1 YEAR.
ARRIVAL APPROXIMATELY AU-
GUST 18th. RENT FROM $250-350/
MO. WRITE: PAT MILLER, 16522
22nd N.E., SEATTLE, WASHING-
TON 8155, OR CALL (2061 35-
7157. 27L16
WANTED: Apartment or room for
one or two people for Fall term on-
ly. Kitchen not necemsary, Call Pete
during eve01066. 662-967. dUs2
NEED TEMPORARY HOUSING for
incoming graduate students (2-3
days). 763-5270, Rackham Housing/
Orientation Office. _ 77L808
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUILD STARFIRE guitar with hard
shell case for sale. 761-311. 26X12
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-
1400. eXte
GIBSON FOLK GUITAR, 1967, ex-
cellent condition, $100 or best offer.
763-5194 or 763-1584. 12X815
LUDWIG DEUM SET-Double toms,
Zildian cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
HELP WANTED
BABYSTTER for 2 yr old and 5 yr
old, 3:30-7. Mon-Fri. Prepare and
share dinner. 761-4417, 761-243.
THE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
of the Michigan Dally is now hiring
subscription salespeople for the first
2 weeks of September. Call 764-0560
or stop by 420 Maynard, 9-5.
dH820
HEBREW DAY SCHOOL of Ann Ar-
bor needs assistant kindergarten
teacher - extensive Hebrew and
Jewish background required, con-
tact H.D.S. of Ann Arbor, 1429 Hill
Street, 761-2605. 36H814
SUBJECTS NEEDED Immediately,
Media Research Project. 1-3 hours,
$2.50/hr. 761-2642. 42H813
SUBJECTS NEEDED for experiment
on group decision making. Aver-
age pay-$2.50 for one hour of your
time. Dates: Wed. Aug. 13, 3:30 p.m;
Thurs Aug. 14, 11 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. Call Professor Chamberlin, 763-
0097. 38H13
LIVE-IN babysitter needed. Walking
distance to campus. 994-6092. 20H14
AFRO-AMERICAN blind gentleman
would like housekeeper to work 5
days a week, 3 hrs, a day at $3/hr.
Must have car. If interested, 994-
6328. 06H09
TYPISTS. evenings and weekends.
The Secretariat, 994-3594. ctc
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 alD expenses. Please ocntact
Ron Reed. executive director, Fam-
uy Group Homes for Youth, Inc.
973-126. 34H812
BABYSITTER - reliable person in
my home I day/week (Mon). Ref-
erences, own transportation. 769-
5413 after 5. 18H813

HELP WANTED
LANGUAGE
DEVELOPMENT STUDY
Family with 3-year-old wanted for 2
complete days of in-home recording
sessions. Can pay $50. Call 663-6436.
03H814
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Long, small, male dog, brown
and white, part Beagle, slight limp,
name Street Fighter. Reward. 668-
6355. - 08A812
BLACK DOG LOST. One year old,
male, an face marks, feet. Reward.
662-5912. 24A812
FOUND-Tortoise-shell kitten (black
and orange markings), brownish-
green eyes. 700 blk. of S. Division.
8/7. Call 761-9447. dA813
FOUND: Small grey & white kitten,
Jeffersons 51.,8/5. Call Dove, 764-
1575. dA813
FOUND: Three month old kitten at
Tappan and hill. 8/5. Tiger with
white chest. Call Lester Co-op, 761-
4281. dA812
FOUND: 2-3 month old kitten, white
belly & paws, black & grey striped
body. Corner B. University & Oak-
land, 8/7. Call 761-7959, "A13
SITUATIONS WANTED
YOUNG WOMAN, ex-Vista, wants
work. Have experience in carpentry,
home repair. BA in biology. Like
outdoor work, physical labor, peo-
ple. Reply Box17, Michigan Daily.
960814
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24 Pantry 61 River
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USED CARS
'67 DODGE, very good condition,
$475 firm. Evenings, 426-8037.
43N816
'69 OPEL Kadette wagon. 4-speed,
30-34 mpg. No rust, excellent cood,
inside and out. $850/offer. 665-0946.
i51s1
FOR SALE
50'. TWO-BDRM, MOBILE HOME,
Full bath, can stay on lot, air
conditioner, 7 miles from campus, 3
miles from Saline at the end o2
State St. $3500 or make an offer.
429-7353, evenings, 6-10. _ 33B816
MOTOR HOME: new tires and en-
gine, excellent condition, 20 mi.
gal. $1500. 429-9377. 13B812
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