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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 16, 1982-Page 1I

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Sunny 2 bedroom APARTMENT in house on Church AUGUST RENT FREE gigantic singe room nr
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Oriental Rugs
We buy, sell, repair, clean, and appraise oriental
rugs. 789-8555 or 995-7597. 320 E. Liberty. cM0417
Uniqie Summer Adventures: Northern Ontario
Canoe trips. Great Lakes sailing cruises, survival
workshop, Upper Peninsula Bike Tour. Combine in-
struci'on, recreation. Academic credit available.
For brochure, Viki, 996-5501. 76M0416
e Destruction of the Student Community in Ann
bor,.by Robert Honigman. Available at Ulrich's.
The hidden U-M student policies. cM04l7
ForSdle: 1971 Vega 4 speed. Good condition. Best of-
fer. a11994-1129. 15N0417
'71 DRster-225 SL. 6, rebuilt trans. under-warranty,
many new parts, mech. V.G., body OK, have receip-
ts; $ 75, 971-1238. 69N0417
Wendy Kranitz because SR picks out the names for
s contest, you won 2 free tickets to the State
eatre. Come to the Daily and pick them up.
dO0416
OWN APT. with loft. mmin. from campus. May-Spt.
769-4699 Terrievenings. 87UO417
Sublet, female non-smoker, May-Aug. Beautiful fur-
nished studio, superb location, all utilities paid, price
negotiable. Call Laurel 763-1343 (days), 761-6760
(evenings, weekends). 72U0417
uxmer sublet, male or female 1), near State and
tadium-rent negotiable. Call.Ed 665-8270 or 763-
4455. 73U0417
t Spring/Summer sublet. Bi-level 2-bedroom fur-
nished apartment. South Forest by South U. 668-2407.
" .81UO417

and Hill. FALL OPTION. Modern but tasteful,
balcony and yard. 995-9339. 98U0416
Near Burns Park, spacious 3-bdim. apt., laundry,
parking, balcony, 7 blocks to campus. $250/mo. plus
utles. (or offer) 668-4062. 92U0417
SUPER SUBLET, May-Aug, Bilevel, 2-Bedrooms,
1 bathrooms, MODERN kitchen with disposal and
dishwasher. FREE Parking, Large balcony, Close to
campus, call Rob or Avery, 996-9485. 93U0417
Ideal sublet-3 bedrooms townhouse Northwood V,
fully furnished, full basement, washer/dryer, free
parking,: 10 min. to campus. Great for couple or
couple with children. May to Sept. Price negotiable,
call anytime 668-6933. 26U0417
Summer sublet large bi-level, two bedroom, air con-
ditioned apartment good location, Albert Terrace.
Price negotiable 761-6568. 29U0417
Nice apartment for spring/summer sublet, great
location, just 5 minutes from campus, opposite
Second Chance on E. Washington; ideal for two per-
sons. Please call Joe, 668-0196 evenings, rent
negotiable. 27U0417
Room pleasant, well-run house, spring/summer, one
block farmer's market. Michael 663-3680. 25U0417
FALL OPTION 3 bedrooms; fireplace. V block from
campus. Cheap negotiable. Call 662-7731. dU0416
Cheapest Living on campus. Single and double oc-
cupancy rooms available for May to August. Cook
your own but pay only $60-75 per month. Call Dave
Bowers or Andy E. at 662-0385. 31U0417
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET APT., North Campus-
Highlands. 1 bedroom for girl to rent or to share.
FURNISHED WITH SMALL PIANO. IDEAL FOR
MUSICIAN. Parking, laundry, swimming, tennis.
665-2902. 01U0417
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Single room in a
house. 3 minutes from Medical Center, 5 minutes
from Campus. Kosher/Veggie. 662-3748. 08U0417
CHEAP SUBLET-2 bedroom apartment, location
second to none. Rent negotiable. 662-7527. dU0416
Efficiency sublet, May 1-Aug. 31, 5 minutes to diag,
one large sunny room, loft bed and otherfurnishings,
kitchenette. $180 negotiable. 662-9044. 24U0417

HalfPrice,
for May 1-
August 31
Furnished 3 bedroom house, $300 plus, utilities, 2
hbedroom apt . $250, 1 bedroom apt., $150-$175, eff.
apt. $140. No pets. 663-5609. cute

Beauty of a Sublet-near IM, two nice rooms
avaiilble. Hurry! Steve 761-6673. 12U0417

SUBLET modern, air-conditioned, cheap apt. for
two.2 minutes from campus. 761-8363. 42U0407
Tom Watsen, Sherlock Holdies wants .to go to the
movies. Come to the Daily and pick up 2 free tickets
to the State Theatre. .dO0416
Sp. Su. SUBLET-2 singles, furnished apt.
(BYOBed), Dishwasher, Disposal, Free Parking,
secen's from campus. $100/negotiable. Such a Deal!
-9596. 65UO416
Anne Leiby, guess what? You've won 2 free tickets to.
the State Theatre. Come to the Daily and pick them
up. dP0416
. ROOMS FOR RENT (male or female). Spring and
summer leases, 1 minute from diag, free laundry
facilities, no utilities, kitchen facilities, .TV, sun,
deck, parking available, 556 S. State.: ADPhI frater
nity. Call Al or Art 663-3735. " 'dU0417'
Beautiful, furnished room, kitchen, parking, swim-
ming pool, 5 min. University Hospital. May-Aug.
Prof. or Grad. Female. 769-2354. 70U0417
Beautiful room in 3-bedroom apartment. 7 minutes
rout campus-Elizabeth and Kingsley. Kitchen,
washer, backyard, $95/month. Call 663-7797. 68U0417
SPIRANG-SUMMER 2 bedroom apartment. Fur-
nished. Adjacent Law, Business. A.C., parking. $280.
761-9738. 49U0417
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY available May 1, edge
of Central Campus. Rent negotiable. Call 761-7644.
57U0416
Subiet Spring/Summer with Fall option, large
divided room, clean, quiet, close. 1/ block from E.,
Quad. $120 negotiable. 761-B523. 69U0417
SUBLET KITS .
m Arbor Tenants Union's booklet covering sublets,
ssignments, termination fees and splitting town is
noW available at the Tenants Union, Student Legal
Services and Off Campus Housing. Sublease in-
cluded. ALSO AVAILABLE AT SPRING CARNIVAL
T0 AY IN FRONT OF UNION. 67U0417
MODERN EFFICIENCY,. May 15-August, air-
+ditioned, parking, laundry facilities, fully fur-
nthed, $200 or best offer, 808 Oakland, CLIFF 668-
0% 65U0417
Cynthia Meltzer; because SR picks out the names for
this contest, you have won 2 free tickets to the State
Theatre. Come to the Daily and get them. dY0416
3-bdr. house available July-Aug. Very low rent.
Coltntry-like. Call 668-7099 persistently. 09U0417
Spling/Summer Sublet. 3 Bedroom house, Church St.
1A block from S. University. Best offer-663-7255.
dU0414
Sumer sublet at Albert Terrace with Fall-Winter
optiqn. 2 Females needed. 2 bedroom-bi-level, air
conlitioning, balcony. Call Laura. 761-6422. 05U0417
2 singles, 1 double. Large bedrooms, kitchen, living
rooifi, parking. $95-$120. 994-1515. 13J0417
CAMPUS
AVAILABLE MAY 1
WE ARE CURRENTLY LEASING A FEW MOD-
ERN EFFICIENCIES AND 1-BEDROOM APAR-
TMENTS FOR SPRING/SUMMER.. FROM
$i5otMO. STOP BY OR CALL DAHLMANN APAR-
TMENTS, 543 CHURCH, 761-7600.
cute
Spring/Summer sublet, corner Oakland & Hill, great
location, nicely furnished, 2 bedroom-need 1-2 per-
sons, park available, cheap 996-8489. 22U0417
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. dU0417
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Two bdrm. apt., one or both available. A/C, parking,
spacious, close to campus. Rent very negotiable.
668-7531. dU0417
SUPERSUBLET
Viscount bilevel, near CCRB. 2 bedrm, 2 bath. Too
good to pass. 663-1235. dU0416
GREAT SUBLET AVAILABLE. Rent 1,2, or 4 rooms
in a 4 room house. Furnished; peaceful area not far
from Burns Park. Close to campus, can use bicycle.
Largeliving space. Rent negotiable. Call 996-9429.
dU0416
COMPLETELY DECORATED/FURNISHED 2
Bedroom Apartment. Sauna, A/C, Parking, Laun-
dry, Storage, 2 MINUTES TO CAMPUS. 721 South
Forest No. 501; 994-0792. 95U0417
GREAT SUBLET (May-August) in a friendly 7-
bedroom house. Great location on Church St. 1 mn.
from Diag. Price $90 (negotiable). Call Avi or Bob
761-8384. dU0417
SUBLET: Male, in 2 bedroom apartment. May-
August $100/mo. Parking. Keith 663-6125. 66U0416
Furnished 2 bedroom apartment. Fall option,
balcony, A/C, parking, near campus, hospital. 662-
5646. .59U041&
Sublet-May 1, Modern, 2-man, furnished, 1
bedroom, $200. Parking, laundry. 323 Packard. 971-
8696. 43U0417
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT has listings of present
tenants looking for sub-tenants. Give us a call for in-
fo. 663-4101. cUtc
$100 per month all utilities paid, own room. Call
Frank 'ter 10pm 995-1112. 82U0411
May-August. Sublet in a home close to campus. For
more info. call 761-8661. Ask for Jeff. 34U0417
2 bedrooms, air-conditioning, Oakland near Monroe,
disposal, fall option, $195 possibly less, 662-5761(5:30-
6:30). ' 35U0417
HUMAN-to sublet bsmt rm in Westside home. May-
Aug w/fall option. $90/mo. plus util. Call Dave, 668-
1581 or 663-8305. 59U0417
One bedroom-spacious-two beds-new carpet,
furniture-airconditioning-price negotiable. 662-
4816. 57U0417
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLETS AVAILABLE. One
block from Diag in Frat house.
$60/double-$80/single. 604 S. State. Call 665-4857.
53U0417
Perfect single-Cheap double! One bedroom apar-
tment available May thru August. Near Campus!
Price negotiable. Call Bill 761-6219. 51U0417
SUBLET 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, NEWLY
DECORATED, FULLY FURNISHED, WASHER &
DRYER. 3 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS, 3 BLOCKS
FROM DOWNTOWN. MAY-AUG. CALL 761-8571.
dU0417
Large 2 room efficiency on Packard available May 1,
Fall option. 662-5510. 36U0417
May-August. Close to campus. Air-conditioned two
bedroom apartment. Parking and laundry available.
Rent negotiable. 662-9488. 50U0417

home near Burns Park, veggie 662-1868. 55U0417
Heritage House Apartments-Spring/Summer
Sublet. 2-4 people for roomy 2 bedroom apartment.
Air conditioning, dishwasher, parking. Two seconds
from business school and central campus. Cheap
rent. Call Karen'or Susan 668-6119, or Ellen 764-7986.
Call persistently. dU0417
Summer Sublet, room in house, 1 mile from campus.
Rent negotiable. Curt, 995-0658. 41U0417
Sublet (May-Aug)-Efficiency in charming, restored
house. 804 Monroe.$180/mo. 663-2451. 38U0417
Two bedroom apartment available for spring and
summer. On State and Lawrence. A lot of space, own
porch, kitchen and bath. Rent negotiable. Call 662-
2735 persistently. dU0417
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET, 1333 Wilmot B-2 THE
LODGE. Rent negotiable; air conditioning, bilevel,
dishwasher, 12baths, 2 bedrooms;:call663-2752.
58U0417
Summer Sublet, 2 bedrooms, near campus, A/C,
spacious, $250, callspersistently 761-7946. 46U0417
Spring-Summer Sublet. Room available, female-2
bedroom apt. Glen/Ann St. 769-4125. 43U0417
SUMMER SUBLETS
If you need a place for the summer
just call us-
Modern Management 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
668-6906663-3641
"Quality is a bargain"
Female roommate wanted for modern one bedroom
apartment, i block from campus. Sept/Sept lease
$220/month. Contact Terr. 764-0925. 47Y0416
Female roommate wanted for a spacious modern
two bedroom apartment 4 blocks from campus. 8 mo.
lease, $185/mo. 662-5769. 56Y0417
Female roommates needed, beautiful townhouse,
campus rent $175/mo., includes utilities, 662-0751.
70Y0417
Female roommate to live in co-ed housing. Perfect
location on Oakland and Arbor. Dishwasher and
large spacious rooms. Sept-Sept lease, rent
$225/month includes all utilities. Call 761-9806 or 761-
9807. 47Y0417
Female graduate looking to share apartment in
N.Y.C. for next year. Lisa 996-9364. 42Y0417
Female Roomie. Sublet modern two bedroom. Fall
option. Fuller Field/Pool area. 665-4132 eves, or 764-
5461 (Debbie) days. 19Y417
A roommate wanted. One bedroom available at 931
Greenwood in four bedroom apartment. Parking,
spacious, 10 minutes from campus. $185 month, call
996-1584, Mark or Tim. dY0416
Share modern bileel apartment with female grads;
Campus area; Furnished, A/C, Laundry, Parking;
Fall occupancy; $150/double;$200/single; 994-1515.
07Y0417
DON'T WALK
LET'S TALK
$10 coupon off the purchase of any used 1, 3, 5 or 10
speed bicycle in stock. Expires 4/17/82. Student Bike
Shop, 607 S. Forest at S. University. 850417
WATERBED FOR SALE. NEW MATTRESS, NEW
HEATER. CALL SUSAN 995-2307. 89W0417
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Every weekend 150 dealers. Household items, fur-
niture, antiques, bargains, plants. 6 pm-1 pm Fri.,
10 am-6 pm Sat. & Sun. 214 E. Michigan at2Park!
.Downtown Ypsilanti. cW212
Q How many Foreign
&:Medical Schools
have requested N.Y.
State approval for
Clerkship training
A Programs?
Only NORESTE.
Why?
1. Fine Faculty
2. Good Facilities
x. Small Classes
Noreste participates in Guaranteed
Student Loan Programs to $8000 has
a 4-year program and is WHO isted
School of Meicine
Tampico. Mexico
(Iniversdad Del Moreste

Admissions, Inc.
120 East 41 St NY NY 10017
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Sharing
the wealth
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some reservations about the ticket tax,
she plans to move ahead' with it in
discussions with administrators.
She said her only fear is that the plan
would make the financial security of
some academic programs dependent on
the success of Michigan sports, and that.
this would only contribute to the incen-
tive to place too high a priority on
college athletics.
ONE PROBLEM with the tax idea,
Shapiro points out, i hat Big Ten rules
require that all gate'receipts from spor-
ts events be shared by both the visiting
and the home teams. 'Therefore, he
said, 25 cents of the 50-cent tax on each
ticket would be taken home by the
visiting school.
Canham is naturally protective of the
financial independence of his program.
Canham's is the only college athletic
department in the country to be com-
pletely independent and to have a
separate corporate status. It has been
100 percent self-supporting for well
more than 50 years.
AND THAT independence has served
the athletic department well. The
department's budget always balances
and, on occasion, actually shows a sur-
plus. This year's budget soared to $10.5
million, up from $8 million the year
before. Much of that profit came from
increased revenue from televised
games and a generally good schedule,
playing many of the better teams at
home where the gate profits are larger,
Canham said.
Some people criticize the depar-
tment's surplus, and claim that Canh-
am often tries to keep building repair
and expansion projects going all the
time to soak up whatever money the
department has left after the bills are
paid. A major project this year is the
construction of a new 50-meter swim-
ming pool.
But Canham insists people too often
overestimate the wealth of his depar-
tment. He said he expects the depar-
tment will not make nearly as much
money next year because the football
team's schedule is much weaker and
many of the gate receipts will be
smaller.
FURTHER, Canham completely
rejects the argument that Michigan
should follow the example set by other
large universities, like Ohio State
University, where athletic departments
have made grants of close to $200,000 to
university academic programs.
Said Canham: "I'll be glad to give
them (the University) $200,000, if they'll
pay some of my utility bills. We give
more than that through the recreation
buildings.
"It doesn't matter what other schools
do. They (their athletic departments)
are not self-supporting."
Though University administrators
are not enthusiastic about the idea,
there is one plan they might consider as
a last resort. This plan would involve
borrowing money from the University's
Auxilliary Activity Fund, the budget
where the athletic department
revenues are pooled.
Said Robert Sauve, a top assistant to
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Billy Frye: "If the General Fund gets
in bad enough shape - and it's pretty
bad right now - then we might borrow
with interest from one of the auxilliary
activity funds."

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