Page 6. - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 24, 1986
GEMEINHARDT FLUTE - Open hole, silver-
plated, excellent condition, best offer. 763-3956.
TENNIS RACKETS: Wilson Ultra (graphite),
strung with gut or nylon, $50 each, # 971-6427.
HOUSE FOR SALE - 8 year old, 3 bedroom, 2
bath ranch, West Side, 1104 Wendy Road at Red
Oak. Open House Sunday. $68,500 or offers. 769-
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (u repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 03B0423
BEST SUMMER SUBLET - Arch between Oak-
land and Packard. Newly remodeled, rent re-
duced, a.c. and more. 1-7 people. 764-4961 day or
APARTMENTS, 1to 3 bedrooms. May, August or
sublet. 662-6626. 62C0407
MAY-AUGUST sublet, 2 people needed. Large bi-
level apartment, AC, dishwasher. 995-0628.95C0327
SUMMER SUBLETS available at 911 S. FOREST.
Please call ZWAS REALTY. 769-6478. cCtc
MAY-AUG. Sublet. Next to IM Bldg. Large bed-
room in beautiful house, wshr
dryr, parking. $150/mo negot. 1015 State 761-
SUBLET, May-August, 2 bedrooms, Air-
conditioned, near CCRB, 410 Observatory # 1,
Call 665-8002. 97CO401
SUPER SUMMER sublet. 4 bdrms, sleeps 5,
near E.Q., price negotiable. 764-4975. cCtc
FALL ONE BEDROOM apartments. Fine older
building. Excellent campus location. 662-9429.
536 S. Forest
MALE: To share 1 bedroom apt. $190 + % util. -
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet available May 3-Aug.
22. 1 bedroom, A/C, Parking. Near Business
and Law Schools. Price negotiable. Call 761-6649.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET - 5 bedroom, 3
showers, 2 refrigerators, and microwave. Ideal
location - 555 Packard (at Hill). Call 761-8698 or
VW Beetle, 1971. Rebuilt engine, new brakes and
ignition. Excellent condition. $1200. 996-4191 eve-
ARCURE MOTORS, INC.
1984 325e - Red with black leather interior.
5 speed, sunroof, AM/FM stereo with cassette.
A/C,: 30,000 miles. Still under, warranty. Priced
to sell at $15,375.
1984 BMW 318i --5 Speed transmission. Dark grey
with black cloth interior. 13,000 miles. A/C,
sunroof, stereo cassette. Priced to sell at
617 Detroit St.
cXtc SPRING/SUMMER Sublet 2 minutes from B-
school, 1 room - negotiable. #995-9210. 72C0325
1 BEDROOM apartment, one block from campus.
$300 per month including heat. May to May lease
FEMALE Sublet, June-Aug.: Share attractive 2
bedroom apt. with female grad student, easy to
get along with. Near State/Packard. Free park-
ing, laundry facilities. Rent only $116/month, in-
cludes heat. Air conditioned. Call 994-8468. 74C0325
GEDDES AT CCRB. Great single, year lease,
starts Fall '86. $250 + utilities. 4 great guys, need
fifth. Call 764-5074, 764-2030 any time, but call
MAY-AUGUST Sublet. Two bedroom. Near CCRB,
air-conditioned, nice furniture, parking. 663-
Popular campus addresses now renting for Fall.
Don't miss the opportunity to choose from among
the finest campus apartments available. Call for
your personal appointment now. Sears Corpora-
tion. 663-3050. vC0328
ARBOR FOREST large 1 and 2 bdrm. apart-
ments on campus, May-May (w/discount) and
fall leases. 662-6626. cCtc
MAY-AUGUST - 1 bedroom, furnished, near
campus, parking. Rent negotiable. 9964561.
MAY-AUGUST Sublet: 5 minutes from central
campus, 6 bedroom home, furnished. $1000 plus
utilities. Call 761-6908 after 6. 94C0324
1-6 PERSON Spring/Summer sublet. Great lo-
cation. S. Forest and Hill. Furnished, laundry,
parking. Price negotiable. Call 7644977. cCtc
IT'S AVAILABLE! May-Aug. Sublet. Great loca-
tion. Air Conditioned. One Person Needed. Please
Call: 995-0186. 85C0326
May-Aug. SUBLET. Ideal location. Air-condition-
ing. Parking. Laundry facilities. Balcony. Rent
negotiable. 663-0011. 79C0327
ROSES ARE RED
VIOLETS ARE BLUE
- STAYIN' SPRING/SUMMER?
THEN WE HAVE A GREAT HOUSE FOR YOU!
1/2 block from Rick's and Charlie's. Washer/
dryer, parking, 6 bedroom house. Reasonable
rent. Beth 668-7531. Felice 668-6427. ncC0328
North Campus location. I and 2 bedroom
apartments on U of M and AATA bus lines.
SUMMER SUBLET: May 10-Aug. 20. Beautiful 5
Bedroom furnished house. Recently refurbished.
Laundry, 2 Full baths, dishwasher. Near down-
town - 8 minutes to Union. Group preferred but
will accept individuals. $800/mo. 663-7267. 69C0325
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. 2 bedroom Apt.
Large, furnished living space. Lots of extras.
Great location on Tappan. Price negotiable. Con-
tact Estee 763-3988. 33C0325
DON'T MISS OUT by waiting to the last minute
to decide. We have rooms 1, 2 & 3 bedroom-
apartments, located in top campus areas.
Geddes near Observatory. Huron near 7th.
Oakland near Arch. Packard near Hill. Walnut
near Geddes. Washington near State. Church
near S. University. Furnished, some'with laundry
and parking. Call us today for a tour. Why knock
on doors when we'll provide the transportation.
668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
ASHLEY NEAR MAIN - 3-bedroom house,
furnished, carpet, drapes, parking. Call us today
for an appointment. Will provide transportation
and escort you thru the house. MODERN
MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
EFFICIENCY, 1 and 2 bedroom unfurnished
'apartments in house near campus. Fall leases.
One Year. 663-7702. Before 9p.m. cCtc
FALL '86: Student's Delight. Top campus Loca-
tions - Geddes near Observatory. 3 Bedroom
apartment. Furnished. All Utilities Included. Call
Modern Management 668-6906. Open 7 Days.
ENDLESS SUMMER - furnished 2 bedroom
apartment. Sublet with fall option. Sundeck/
skylight. Packard near Division. Available May.
One block from Michigan Union. 1 and 2 bedroom
apts. Reduced rent, free heat in certain units.
Phone 665-2194, office hours - 9-5. cCtc
MAY-AUG. SUBLET. Near Central Campus,
CCRB. 2-4 People. 2 bedroom bi-level, fully furn-
ished apartment. $380/month Negotiable. FREE
CABLE. 610S. Forest #7. 665-4662. Great Location
- Great Apartment! 48C0324
MAY-AUG. Sublet. 3 bedroom, bi-level on Oak-
land, air, parking. 668-7816 after 5. 49C0331
NEEDED: SUBLET FALL '86 ONLY. Contact
Christina. 663-8338. ncC0324
CAMPUS FALL RENTALS 1986
Whether you need an efficiency apartment or
an entire house, your needs can be met simply
by calling us.
612 Church St.
Apartments shown by appointment only.
UNIQUE 1-Bedroom and Efficiency apartments
for fall. Locations ideal for Med. campus, Rack-
ham and Law School. Call Chris at Campus
Management, 663-4101. cCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '86
Listings now available for efficiencies, and one &
two bedroom apts. Pick up listings in our office.
CAMPUS RENTALS LTD.
1335 S. University
(Corner of Washtenaw)
"Across from the Mudbowl"
6 BEDROOM HOME, living room, dining room,
kitchen, 2 baths, furnished, carpeted, fireplace, no
pets.$1290 plus utilities, May to May lease. 663-
DIVISION NEAR HURON - Efficiencies and
1-bedrooms. Restored, historical home, furnished,
utilities included, parking and laundry. Call us
today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the apart-
ments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or
CAMPUS - 2 Bedroom apartments at 214 N.
Thayer (Canterbury Lodge). Starting September,
large enough for up to 4 people. CAMPUS REN-
TALS. 665-8825. cCtc
LIBERTY NEAR 4th STREET and MADISON
NEAR 7th - Efficiencies 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. Furnished, carpets, drapes, parking.
Call us today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the
apartments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906
or 663-3641. cCtc
AVAILABLE now, May or Sept. Spacious modern
2 BR apts. near Central Campus and Medical/
Kerrytown area. NO pets. Clarion Properties.
GORGEOUS SUBLET! May-Aug. 1 bedroom,
livingroom, kitchen, big bay window, laundry.
Perfect for a couple. $250 incl. parking 1021 E.
University. Phyllis 994-6393. 34C0328
OAK TERRACE APTS.
406 PACKARD APTS.
A few large furnished efficiencies, one and two
bedroom apts. available for fall. Parking, bal-
conies, A/C, garbage disposals, dishwashers, stor-
age, laundry, facilities, excellent location. Call
769-1647 or 994-1019. 14C0410
FOREST TERRACE APTS.
A few spacious two bedroom apartments available
for fall. Fully furnished, air conditioning, garbage
disposal, parking, storage, laundry facilities, ex-
cellent location. Call 769-6374. 15C0410
Going away fall term? People needed to take
over lease for Winter term '87. Call anytime
665-2542. Ask for Penny, Tori or Elizabeth. 07C0401
WHO BROUGHT You a Free Daily? Dawn Willa-
cker, That's Who! Vote Dawn Willacker for a
better Board for Student Publications. Fishbowl
March 25-26. 92F0326
JAZZ FOR LIFE Skip-a-meal to help children in
poverty. Sign up in dorm March 24, 25, 26 to skip
meal April 9. nc0324
and enjoy it! Get your group logos silkscreened
on coffee mugs. Word Silkscreening, 663-6031.
HAVE HEALTHY HAIR! All the supplies you
need at the Village Apothecary. 1112 S. University.
MALE HOMOSEXUAL seeking advice and sup-
port. Call Brian 764-9781. o4F0401
EAST WIND BALL, Saturday, March 29, 8 p.m.-
1 a.m. sponsored by Asian American Association,
Asian American Law Students. Call 769-0629, 763-
LOVEABLE German Shepard Puppy needs a
loving home. Please call 769-0735. ncF0326
CONCENTRATE ON THIS AD - Your eyelids
are getting heavy, heavy, very heavy. You feel
relaxed. Now repeat after me. Andrew Eriksen
for Board for Student Publications. Vote March
25 & 26 at Fishbowl. 89F0326
GOT A MESSAGE? Say it with a T-shirt. Custom
lettering while you wait. Eric's Sports - 419 E.
Liberty, 2 blks. off State. cF0423
New Age cassettes and LP's for meditation, re-
laxation, guided imagery, creative movement.
Selections played for your convenience. Also
featuring subliminal study, weight loss, sleep and
other self help tapes. Earth Wisdom Music. 314 E.
Liberty (inside Seva). 769-0969. cFtc
WRITING CONTEST: $50 FOR BEST SHORT
STORY. $50 for Best Illustration. Poetry accepted
also. Send submissions to SUBWAY BEHAVIOR
Taylor Made Press, P.O. Box 3769 Ann Arbor
MONDAY, MARCH 24,7:30 p.m.
All night party, dancing, singing, live band,
Haman tashin, beer, reading story of Queen
Esther, lots of fun, costume contest.
715 Hill St. (corner Oakland, off State)
For info, dial 99-LEARN
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(Near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy.)
Educational Materials and Gifts
Available In Our Bookshop cFtc
THE SIMPLEST way to lose weight. As easy as
3-2-1. No exercise, no drugs, complete nutrition.
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 662-4530. cGtc
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
Reasonable Rates. 971-4139.
Write Your Own
All you need are a few simple instructions and
some samples to follow. You can do it yourself,
we guarantee it! Send $4 for your instructions to
EXECU-TOPS, 3001 S. State, Ann Arbor, 48104.
$135 million + in financial aid went unused
last year. Freshman, Soph., ongoing gradu-
ate students: for help in cashing in on these
funds, call Academic Date Services toll free
1-800-544-1574, ext. 639, or write P.O. Box
16483, Chattanooga, TN 37416.
AGENTS looking for people to work in T.V.
Commercials. For info. Call (602) 837-3401 Ext.
GREAT LAKES Shipping Company Restaurant
and Tavern offers outstanding part-time employ-
ment opportunities. Positions available include:
cocktail servers, host or hostess, cooks, dish
crew. Apply between 24 p.m. Mon.-Fri. or after
5 p.m. daily. Corner of State and Ellsworth.
WOMAN WANTED to share Ann Arbor home with
professional woman and daughter in exchange for
before and after school babysitting. Call eve-
nings: 1-3994922 (Barb). 16H0328
NORTHERN MICHIGAN CHILDREN'S SUM-
MER CAMP has openings for: Nurse, Horseback
Riding Instructors, Arts & Crafts Director, and
General Counselors - (June 24-Aug. 23) Write:
Camp Sea-Gull 2471 Ogden, Orchard Lake, MI
STUDENTS NEEDED Spring/Summer to drive
15 passenger van to Oxford Conference Center.
Looking for a reliable, courteous and respon-
sible individual with a good driving record. Must
obtain a chauffer's license and a Class a 3 en-
dorsement. Salary $5.00/hr. Mon.-Fri. Flexible
Hours. Apply to Ceely Front Office, Oxford Hous-
ing, 627 Oxford, 763-3480 10H0328
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS (temporary).
Gather information via telephone interviews from
applicants for key positions on a special project
in IST's Industrial Development Division. Inter-
viewers receive training in early April. Inter-
views conducted in April. Includes evening and
weekend hours. Preference given to individuals
with experience conducting effective telephone in-
terviews. Other experience contacting the public
by phone, and experience with in-person inter-
viewing also considered. Pay $4.50 to $5.50/r.
depending on qualifications. To apply call 763-
3645, Mon, Tues, or Wed, March 24, 25, or 26,
between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. The University of
Michigan is a nondiscriminatory, affirmative ac-
tion employer. 15H0326
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING?
IF SO, The Michigan Daily needs Classified
Desk Clerks and Classified Sales Representatives
for Fall term. The job requires a 10 hour a week
commitment. Please come in and fill out an
application at 420 Maynard St. by April 3 or call
Gayla at 764-0557. ncH0402
CAMPUS AREA apartment within a private
home, $85/month, utilities included. Must be will-
ing to look after 2 boys aged four and eight ten
hours a week, hours flexible. Single, non-smoking
female preferred. Call 665-6074. 90H0326
NEW EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE has front desk
and night auditor positions available. AM and PM
shifts, full or part time. Contact Mary Duggan in
executive Education/School of Business. 763-8145.
OBESITY STUDY subjects needed. The Univer-
sity of Michigan Division of Geriatric Medicine is
looking for healthy individuals ages 18-30 and 60-75
to participate in studies of glucose metabolism. If
you are healthy, but overweight, call 936-2168 for
more information. Subjects will be compensated
for their time. 87H0326
We are still looking for students who want a
challenge, earn $350 a week, college credit, and
gain excellent career experience. Send your
name, major and local phone to Summer Work
c/o Ed F. 806 Hill St. Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104.
STUDY SUBJECTS needed. The University of
Michigan Division of Geriatric Medicine is looking
for healthy individuals ages 18-30 or 60-75 to par-
ticipate in studies of glucose metabolism. Subjects
will be paid for their time. Contact 936-2168 for
further information. 88H0326
DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN? In-house babysitter
needed for two bi-lingual children. (Exercise your
French!) Monday through Friday, 10:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. March 26 - June 20. Non-smoker only. 995-
CAMP COUNSELING POSITIONS AVAILABLE
for arts and crafts, backpack and canoe trippers,
water safety instructors, computer, video, radio.
Upper Classmen and Grad students preferred.
Contact: CAMP WALDEN 31070 Applewood Lane,
Farmington Hills, MI 48018. 313-661-1890. 32H0325
Male/Female-Outstanding, Slim and Trim Down
Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athlet-
ics, .Nutrition, Dietetics, 20+. 7 weeks, CAMP
CAMELOT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Mass-
achusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Califor-
nia. contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere, NY 11581, 800-421-
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402
County of Muskegon, Michigan, is conduct-
ing interviews for Master's degree students
in Social Work or Clinical Psychology on
March 31 and April 1, 1986. Contact Career
Planning and Placement at 763-1484 to sched-
ule an interview.
Muskegon County is an EQUAL
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by Berke Breathed
Classes are forming at the Stanley Kaplan Educa-
tional Center to prepare for the June LSAT and
GMAT exams. Call 662-3149. cGO326
SPRING BREAK '86- Nassau, Bahamas, $409.
March 22-29. COMPLETE TRAVEL. 761-6500.
Book Europe early. Save $50. Great
Places Travel Consultants, U of M Union
Mall. Call 994-4777.R
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL teachers for school year
86-87. Experience with children preferred. Judiac
education background necessary. Contact Temple
Beth Emeth, 665-4744, for application and inter,
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for Spring,
Summer, Fall terms. Prefer Biology or Chemistry
majors. Prefer available afternoons. Call Dr.
David Fox at 3-1277. 70H0325
BABYSITTER sought for toddler of faculty fam-
ily, beginning summer or Sept. '86. Some week-
day mornings, occasional evenings. Early child-
hood and nursing students especially encouraged.
Non-smoker, own transportation. One mile from
campus. Competitive pay. 662-6500. 52H0324
Campus area only. Must have car. Flex- hours.
4.50 per hour plus tips. Average 6.00 per hour'.
Low-key work environment. Call996-4000. 73H0324
DO YOU HAVE PIMPLES OR ACNE? Volunteers
needed for acne research. Office visits and medi-
cation free to eligible participants. You must hake
moderately severe acne (12 pimples or more). $75
paid at the successful completion of the 12 week
study. Contact University of Michigan .Depart-
ment of Dermatology Research, Monday through
Friday, 9:004:00 for further details. cHtc
$7.32/HOUR AVERAGE - Parttime home cleri-
cal work. Details - self addressed stamped en-
velope: Walker Box 3107 - Mi, Denver, CO 80201;
Our advertising production department is cur
rentlyseeking a part time individual with good
typing speed (60 plus WPM) and a good speller to
input advertising copy into our computer system.
Previous computer background would be helpfut.
Apply at out personnel office Monday-Friday 94.
The Ann Arbor News, 340 E. Huron. An Equal
Opportunity Employer, M/F/H. 02HO3
For 26 Years - Diamonds At Wholesale
Expert Repairs & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.- Sat. Days & Eves
1209 South University Ann Arbor
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Bert
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
TAPE SALE: TDK SA-90 for $2.00 each. MAXELL
XLIL90 for $2.35 each. Call Ron at 996-4266.
TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII 90, $2.20/tape. TDK
SA90, $2.00/tape. Lifetime Guarantees, call 668-
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42 Super Bowl
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49 West Pointer
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RANDOM ORDER by Greg Huber
"Your Honor, I simply thought that the young lady
was more likely to vote than her baby."
NEED 2 ROOMS for Fall Term 1986 or need
people who need housing for Winter 1987. Please
Call 9964534 or 665-0704. 06S0401
ONE MALE NEEDED to share beautiful two
bedroom bi-level apartment. Call Christopher at
1 BEDROOM IN 2 Bedroom apartment for rent.
Riverhouse apartments next to Island Park on
Huron River. 5 minutes from new hospital. Kosher
kitchen, microwave, 2 freezers, laundry-facilities.
$300/month for the room. Heat/water included.
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This is the last week of past strips that will need to
be provided while Berke Breathed recovers from
an airplane accident.
DETROIT SYMPHONY STUDENT tickets can be
purchased 1 hr. before the start of each concert at
either Ford Auditorium of Orchestra Hall. Cur-
rent student I.D. must be shown when purchasing
tickets. Tickets will be sold on first come, first
serve basis. $5.00. For information call: 567-1400.
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL married couple look-
ing to house sit beginning in May. References
available. Contact Colleen at 1-375-0981-evenings.
ABSENTEE ROOMMATE WANTED - need an
address and a phone number for your folks to
call. Affordable, friendly and discreet. Call 662-
HOUSESITTING - Three Professional Adults,
Experienced, Excellent References. Call 994-4712
or 663-1908. 59P0324
MAXELL Macintosh Disk Sale: $2.00/Disk. Call
668-7981 for information. 73T0328
Typing - ALL TYPES - Guaranteed work at
reasonable rates. 668-6109. 91J0327
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