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If you find your name and ad-
dress in today's Michigan Daily
classified page.
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

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S~ T
Large furnished room, food and utilities, telephone"
ahd bathroom, (IN EXCHANGE) for ten hours help
per week (shopping, walking small dog, garden
work) in faculty person's home near campus.
Female student preferred. From April 30thto Sept.
1st, or could continue through next winter. Daily, 420
Maynard, Box No. 6. 1100406
2 Police tickets wanted -up until 3 hours before
showtime Please call Tom collect at 851-2402 or 355-
4817.i
Attractive house on Old West Side for summer sublet
at $500 per month. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, laundry,
parking. Fall option available. Call 996-2953 anytime.
r 88U0402
;Room in spacious house. Semi-Cooperative. Pleasant
CHOCOLATE-LOvING Housemates. Parking. Near
I4. Rent $100 negotiable. Paul 668-6286. 91UO401
SUPER SUBLET: Bi-level, Air cond. 2 bath, 3
7dfrm., need two roommates, 3 balconies, close to
s mpus. 662-7739. Rent negotiable. 63U0403
tJonsmoking sublettors wanted in roomy house near"
IM Building. $100/month, plenty of parking and sun-
deck. 668-7204 evenings. 05U0403

..
Spacious 2 bedroom apt. avail. for Spring and Sum-
mer terms. Ideal location, air conditioned, large pic-
ture windows, free parking and laundry, fully fur-
nished. Rent negotiable. Call 663-8092. dU0402
FALL OPTION SUBLET. Individual rooms
available in house NEXT to OLGA'S and FRIEZE
Building. Parking, GREAT LOCATION. Call 663-2611
PERSISTENTLY ! 22U0404
Albert Terrace Summer Sublet/Fall option. 2
bedroom, A.C., dishwasher, parking, laundry,
balcony. Call 761-8370. 19U0401
SUMMER SUBLET-$75.00/room. Large 3-bedroom
house one block from campus. 662-9751 after mid-
night or 6-7 pm. 18U0404
Summer, rent negotiable, own room in 2 bdrm. apt.,
Spacious, modern, new carpet and furniture,
storage, parking, A/C, laundromat. 761-9274. 87U0403
SUMMER SUBLETS
If you need a place for the summer
just call us-
Modern Managemient provides a free subletting
service to our tenants .. . let us match you up
with them and end your search-we have lots to
choose from.
Our list of low-priced sublets for spring & summer of
all sizes of furnished apartments is now available.
MODERN MANAGEMENT
668-6906 . 663-3641
"Quality is a bargain"

S a
CAMPUS
AVAILABLE MAY 1
WE ARE CURRENTLY LEASING A FEW MOD-
ERN EFFICIENCIES AND 1-BEDROOM APAR-
TMENTS FOR SPRING/SUMMER. FROM
$150/MO. STOP BY OR CALL DAHLMANN APAR-
TMENTS, 543 CHURCH, 761-7600.
cute
CHEAP SUBLET-Rent negotiable. Location second
to none. 662-7527. dU0402
2 large rooms in house for $225/month fully fur-
nished). FREE washer/dryer. 1 block from Business
school. Call 665-5829. 58U0403
SUBLET: For 1 Female, share attractive 2 bedroom
apt., laundry, parking, a/c. Near Med. and Central
Campus. Only $70/month! 663-0073. 35U0406
Live in Luxury! 6 bedroom house on Hill near Law
and Business Schools. Large living and dining room.
Modern kitchen with dishwasher and disposal, 2 huge
attic bedrooms. Sundeck and porch. Plenty of
parking. $110/month. Call persistently. 663-0690, 994-
5809, 996-9470. dU0404
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT has listings of present
tenants looking for sub-tenants. Give us a call for in-
fo. 663-4101. cUtc
Two bedroom furnished apt. for rent. May 1982-May
1983. $400/mo includes all utilities. Near IM Bldg.,
laundry. Call 665-0418 persistently, ask for Eileen or
Sue. dU0403

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
Just look through today-s Classified Ads.
Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in this section. If your
name and address appear. come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. within
48 hours. Two free tickets for a State 1-2-
-4 Midnight Movie of your choice wilf be
resented you courtesy f The Michigan
oily Cfassified Department.
. .,. .
Large 2 room efficiency on Packard available May 1,
fall option, $250, 662-5510. 10U0401
AIR CONDITIONING. Room available in two
bedroom apt. One other roommate. Great location. 5
minutes from diag, 3 min. from law school, around
the corner from Im and across the street from CC
and Pizza Bob's. Parking. $100/month plus elec-
tricity. On State and Packard. Call 761-6634. dU0404
Single bedroom available to woman for Spring-
Summer sublet in large furnished apartment. Asking
$150. Call Jenna, 662-2438. 48U0409
LIVE ON CAMPUS
You can't get any close to your classes than this 1
bdrm. sublet. Gorgeous apt. in a stately remodeled
family home on Thompson. Modern, spacious kit-
chen; quiet atmosphere; friendly neighbors. Price
negotiable. Call Kim or Janet at 761-7220 or Janet at
764-0552. Please leave messages! dU0403
Unique Summer Adventures: Northern Ontario
Canoe trips. Great Lakes sailing cruises, survival
workshop, Upper Peninsula Bike Tour. Combine in-
struction, recreation. Academic credit, available.
For brochure, Viki, 996-5501. 86P0401
Male nonsmoker for roomy five bedroom house,
$182.50/month plus heat, May-May lease. Ten
minutes from camnus, 668-7204 evenings. 08Y0403

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through verifiable means with the goal
of equal strength on the two sides.
"MY GOAL is to reduce nuclear
weapons dramatically, assuring peace
and security," he said.
When questioned about the results of
elections in El Salvador, Reagan said
that "it would give us great dif-
ficulties" if a new right-wing gover-
nment took over in El Salvador and
turned away from social reform. But he
declined to say what he would do about

The Michigan Ddily-Thursday, April 1, 1982-Page 7
Reagan rejects liberal
arms freeze proposal
t _IL

--4

I 0.. MATS
CAMPUS: One bedroom, furnished apt. No pets,
May-May lease. $300 plus utilities, 663-5861. 18Y0316
3 roommates needed to share large house. Cheap,
separate rooms. Robert/Hal 665-6660.. 14Y0410
Law students seeking 2 graduate or mature un-
dergraduate women to share coed house on S. State.
Convenient, $200/month. Call after 6 p.m. 662-3814.
12Y0406
Needed 2 female roommates to share apartment for
82-83. Clean, considerate, crazy, junior. Call Roxan-
na 761-8302. 74Y0401
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for a spacious,
modern two-bedroom apartment 4 blocks from cam-
pus. 8 mo. lease, $185/mo. 662-5769. 80Y0401
1 or 2 female roommates for '82-'83 to share three
bedroom house. Call 662-9336. 36Y0404
Female roommate needed to share huge 2 bedroom'
apartment close to campus. $156/mo. 662-2184.

Reagan put the emphasis instead on
the turnout in El Salvador's national
elections on Sunday. The divided out-
come of that balloting has raised "the
prospect of a right-wing coalition that
might repudiate the policies of
President Jose Napoleon Duarte.
"WE'RE WATCHING this very
carefully," Reagan said. "It would
give us great difficulties if the gover-
nment turned away from the reforms
that have been"stituted .:. .
Also, the president's 1983 budget plan,
has drawn congressional complaints
over a deficit now estimated at $96
billion. Reagan said, "I am listening,
and I'm not inflexible and remaining a
great stone face."
He said one of the worst signals the
administration could send would be "an
outright retreat" from major facets of
his tax cuts and spending curbs.
"YOU DON'T increase taxes in a
recession," Reagan said.
He said that despite the deficit the
administration projects for 1983, "Oh
my yes, I can endorse the concept" of a
constitutional amendment to balance the
federal government. "I'm looking at
that to see what it's going to contain."
He also said the most important thing
that can be done to help people suf-
fering due to the economic slump is to
continue the drive to reduce federal
spending.

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