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4 U.. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER

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Couch apartment hunter... U. of Alabama
students can shop for off-campus hous-
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apartments on videotape free of charge.
"You can see right away whether or not
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founder David Crump said. Each tape
includes several apartments and shows
the entire apartment plus views of the
apartment complex and its facilities.
"When the searchers leave my office,
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down to one or two," Crump said. He said
he is able to offer the services free
because Apartments 'R' Us charges local
real estate companies for the advertis-
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Let it shine...Twenty-three-year-old U. of
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detailed cleaning of cars, boats and
planes. It cost Nichols $20,000 to open
the service as a franchise of Apple
Polishing Systems two years ago. "It's
been a lot of work, but the nice thing
about it is after graduation, I've got a
head start," he said. Nichols said he is
making $48,000 a year and has been
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