THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, August 14, 1975
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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557 --10 A.M.-4 P.M. Monday-Friday
Trony Associates. we pay 5% inter-
est on security deposits if you pay
your rent on time. All sizes from
rooms to 5-bedroom apartments.
Call 994-9191, 9a.n.-5 p.m., or drop
by 512 Packard. 710820
I-BEDROOM APT. furnished, in
small, quiet building, air condition-
ed, within walking distance of cam-
pus. $200, no pets. 663-4613. 520815
CENTRAL CAMPUS. Spacious room,
kitchen, dining, living room, park-
ing, $80. 769-0196, 763-6641. 530815
SUNNY, large erficiency. Faii sublet.
Huron Towers. $156/m. 665-0275.
OWN ROOM in 3-story house, 4
blocks From campus, $102 (eciud-
ing utilities). Call Kent at 761-1345,
after Aug. 20 cal (517) 345-3949.
Furnished 1-2 bedroom apt.
available for Summer Sub-
let and Fall '75 occupancy.
Across the street from
THE STAFF AT DAHLMANN
APARTMENTS WISHES TO SAY
THANKS TO ALL OF OUR
911 S. FOREST
Lovely, 2-bdrm., furnished, air, mo-
dern building. Three or four-man.
668-6906, 663-3641. ctc
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
Old House and Modern Units
We have a few available for
Catherine - Kingsley
Geddes - Observatory
335 E. Huron
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-
Corner of S. University & S. Forest
611 W. LIBERTY
Old but nice 1-bdrm., furnished'
$190. Option to beresident mana-
ger. 668-906, 663-3641. amt
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apart-
mnt in hose; large kitchen, nest
campus; 36.06 a month, Includes
heat and water. Ph. 663-4101. cCtc
ROOMS, ROOMS, rooms. All sizes,
furnished, with or without coking.
1346 Geddes, near Observatory, 66-
6906 or 663-3641, 1-5 p.m. cCte
Campus Rentals, Ltd.
Fine Campus Apartments
1335 S. University 65.8825
ATTRACTIVE 2-bdrm., unfurnished
duplex. Northside location, available
for Fall. Graduate or working cou-
ple preferred. $245/mo. includes
heat, water, stove, refrigerator. Call
663-4996, 12-8 p.m. 40082
AVAILABLE Sept-Dec. only. One-
bedroom, modern. 668-6906, 663-3641.-
NEW HOME for rent, 3-bedroom,
available immediately. 537-1080.
HOSPITAL Location, 1 & 2 bdrm.
modern apts. Also, roommates need-
ed. Call 761-3579 eves, 910809
A TOUCH OF CLASS
University Towers offers you the
finest available in student housing.
Weekly maid service, utilities paid
except electriicty and phone. Taste-
fully appointed TV iounge, study
room, recreation area and much
more. Now renting for Summr
and/or Fall with 8-month leases
536 S. Forest Ave.
15 M IN UTES
You could enjoy your own country
apartment complete with washer
and dryer, dishwasher, sun balcony,
THE MILAN PINES
U.S. 23 south to Plank Rd. exit.
West to corner of Main and Platt
Furnished efficiency, one &
w o bedroom apartments
available for Fall '75 occu
At the corner of William
Visit Resident Manager at
SINGLE BEDROOM, bi-level apt.,
campus location, $200. Call 761-7852.
4-BEDROOM CONDOMINIUM, n-
furnished, carpeted, central air. 485-
NEED responsible, amiable, not too
straightiaced female to find/share
apartment. Evenings, 971-822.
MALE dental student needs room-
mate for Fall and Winter. Call Bob,
ROOMMATE WANTED: Am L.S.A.
Soph. looking for someone to share
apartment or iook for apartment
close to campus. 973-1763, persis-
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to
share huge 1-bdrm. apt. on campus.
Sct-May. Beautiful, modern, ee-
vator building, fullyfurnihed. $17/
mo. Non-moker. Call Sam, 668-7955
after 6 p.m., persistently. 6Y82
MALE ROOMMATE needed for Fall.
location, modern building. $110/mo,
One bdrm., campus apt. Excellent
665-876. -- - 44Y82
OWN BEDROOM in furnished, 2-
bdrm apt near campus. $102.50/mo.
plus utilities, 763-6412. 80Y814
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY: Parking space
on campus. 663-7087. 46K815
NEEDED: Babysitter in home, one
child, 3:60 to 6:30, Mon.-Fri. 665-
LIGHT FACTORY WORK, hand as-
sembly in small West side plant.
Day shift only, sewing or needle-
available during- fall and winter
Work experience helpful. Must be
months. $225/hr., job starts Aug.
18. Phone 761-1990 between 7-10 a.m.
for more information. 531814
STOCK PERSON wanted. Heavy
work involved, apply in person.
Murphy's Landing, Briarwood Mali.
HALF-TIME SECRETARY needed.
60 words per minute, organization-
al and fiing stills requited. Con-
tact Mr. Kenny at 761-7148. 59H820
NEED PERSON to distribute flyers
in Ann Arbor area part-time. $2.50/
hr. Call Mr. Kenny for appt. at 761-
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS. Make
your time productive, earn $ $ $ $.
995-1709 anytime. 63816
BABYSITTER for 2 yr old and 5 yr
old, 3:30-7, Mon-Fri. Prepare and
share dinner. 761-4417, 761-5243.
THE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
of the Michigan Dasly is now hiring
subscription salespeople for the first
2 weeks of September. Call 764-0560
or stop by 420 Maynard, 9-5.
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
LIVE-IN babysitter needed. Walking
distance to campus. 994-6092. 20H814
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 sI-
sty, $8,00, excellent rige benefit
and all expenses. Please ocntact
Ron Reed. executive director, Fam-
ly Group Homes for Youth, Inc.
Family with 3-year-old wanted for 2
complete days of in-home recording
sessions. Can pay $. Call 63-636.
THE T-SHIRT MACHINE
is at Tommy's Holiday Camp-
Packard & Stte;The Croeyed
Mooae-613 E. Liberty; and Fipper
McGee's-529 W. Cross (Yps.,
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
Corner William & Maynard
MARTIN 00-21 for sale, $300 or best
offer, 761-9579. dX816
TEAC 1230, AN-60, MTEC Equal.
Best offers. 995-0531 . 54X816
GIBSON FOLK GUITAR, 1967, ex-
cellent condition, $100 or best offer.
763-5194 or 763-1584. 12X815
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zil4lianAcymbals, excellent condi-
kln. Als Dyna amp with Utah
speakers. Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
USED EPIPHONE bass guitar priced
to sell. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main, 769-1400. eXte
SHURE MICROPHONE sale now in
progress. Apollo Music Center, 769-
WANTED TO RENT
FOUR pre-professionals need house
for Fall. Near campus. Call Jane,
WANTED: 2-bedroom apartment for
Fall. Two female grad students. In-
teresting reward for information
leading to a signed lease. Call Pam,
662-1717. Persistently. dLt,17
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. dL816
SEEK 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, duplex,
or flat near U-M campus. Susan,
763-6440, persistently. 29L816
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 98155, OR CALL (206) 365-
ROOM AVAILABLE in co-op house,
good people. Mike, 533-4516. 28U915
SEPTEMBER SUBLET, one bedroom.
Woodland Hills. Rent negotiable.
DRIVER WANTED to Vancouver ar-
riving Aug. 31. 764-0430, 761-9183.
1967 OLDSMOBRLE Delta 88, air
conditioned, radio. New tires, ex-
haust system, carburetor, excellent
condition. $560. 437-980x. 35816
'07 DODGE, very good condition,
$475 firm. Evenings, 426-8037.
GOYA GUITAR, 3-gear bike, heater,
hot-plate, more. Cheap. 662-7996.
SW. TWO-BDRM, MOBILE ROME,
Full bath, can stay on lot, air
conditioner, 7 mites from campus, 3
miles from Saline at the end o
State St. $3500 or make an offer.
429-1353. evenings, 6-10. 33B816
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1 Kind of Wheel 46 Geneva's river 18 Fictional
6 Pow! 48 Select plantation
10 Numerical prefix 49 Poltroon 23 -Minor
14 Plains Indian 51 Basebaei need 25 Spirit: Fr.
people 52 Gush 26 Nobelist author,
15 Present 56 Bristol's river 1933
16 - and 57 Recent film 27 Winter garment
Thummim spectacular 28 Almost
17 Geographical 60 Adorn 29 Lewis Carroll
dictionaries 61 Old French creation
19 Grey coins 30 Car
20 Merganser 62 Extreme 32 Lycee student
21 Ocean: Abbr. 63 Black 33 Braves
22 - City, 64 Sympathy 85 California lake
Philippines 65 New York city resort
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80 Je -. 2 Caliph 42 Algonquian
81 MDmata aunt: Colloq. 45 Esaence
abbr. 4 "PoV goes- 47 Pocket item,
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Zool. 6 Stimulates 49 Moslem judge
37 Garment 7 Part of Italy 50 Kitchen
88 One of the 8 1RR abbr. requisite
Thompsons 9 Southwestern 51 Dry, as wine
89 Yesterday: Fr. tree 53 Tardy
40 Coleridge poem 10 European 54 Vegetable
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43 Had a snack 11 Bedspread 58 Chemical prefix
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