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saulted by an unknown man who
jumped her from behind and tried to
drag her by the hair to the railroad
tracks. In her testimony, the woman
said she had not been raped and could
not identify her assailant, apart from
the fact he was 'around six feet tall,'
police said.

In Wednesday night's incident, Hom1iE ,ESS

the woman's vague description gave
her assailant's height as around
5'9". But Caldwell thinks the at-
tacker might be the same man in
both cases.
"If you want to hang your hat on
a couple of inches difference that's
fine," Caldwell said. "But the
method of attack was the same. They
both took place after dark, both vic-
tims were attacked from behind and
they occurred within two days of
each other."
The student who was allegedly at-
tacked Monday night was treated at
the University hospital for minor
cuts described as scratches. Caldwell
said it was still unclear how the in-
juries were inflicted.,

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Kline's Department store parking
lot. The house became HAC's head-
quarters and a refuge for homeless in
late October.
Upon arrival, an assistant to the
mayor told HAC members that
Mayor Jerry Jernigan was not avail-
able to meet with them. They spoke
with City Administrator Del Borgs-
dorf, who responded with "We need
to do better than we've done." I don't
have an instant program, he said.
"An informal discussion is as far as
its gotten."
Borgsdorf and Mayor pro tem
Tom Richardson pointed out that the
citizens voted 2-1 against a .5 mil to

allot more tax money toward low-in-
come housing.
Borgsdorf said that while "there
hasn't been any (low-income hous-
ing) constructed in a long time," he
didn't think it was fair to form the
issue as housing vs. cars.
BIDEN
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Biden said, citing former President
Ronald Reagan's camDaigm sneeches
containing promises to nominate
conservative judges.
"We would like to believe that
the President will select people based
on their competence and not their
philosophy," Biden said.
Also stressed was the need for a

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FOR RENT

Supreme Court which is more reflec-
tive of the opinions of the American
population. A central facet of con-
servative legal thought has been the
belief in the non-existence of a Con-
stitutional right to privacy. Biden
cited polls showing that most Amer-
icans believe that such a right exists.
While much of the speech fo-
cused on the Supreme Court, other
issues were touched upon, including
the recent U.S. invasion of Panama.
Although he said that he believes the
President had the Constitutional
right to send in troops, "the War
Powers Act does not function now."
The Senator said that he is in the
midst of negotiating a new piece of
legislation with the Bush Adminis-
tration that will be more effective.
PERSONAL
76-GUIDE IS HIRING!
Paid peer counselors for 90-91 Amlications
available 3100 Mich Union For More itifo.
764-8433 UM is EOE.
BI-SEXUAL MALE UNDERGRAD, in4-
perienced, normal, straight-acting, average to
ood looking; interests include music, skiin
biking, sports. Would like to talk to othe
students in similar situation. Need to be, di-
creet. P.O. Box 4533, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
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CHEAP TEXTS-Required for ECON 441, &
PSY. 100. Not too late to return your's. Good
condition. $ neg. 930-2850, James.
FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.
PERFECT TOUCH TYPING
761-8842
THE WORDWRIGHT
**Word processing/typing/editing.
Papers/reports/dissertations/resumes.
Laser printing.* *662-8977.
TUXEDO RENTALS Fraternities and
groups offered special prices. The best for-
mal wear at the best price. Marty's
Menswear, 310 S. State.
YPS WORD PROCESSING PROFES-
SIONAL Service on Campus. Open Evenings
& Weekends. Term Papers, Cover Letters,
Envelopes. 747-7470.

FOR RENT
2 BDRM. 1 1/2 bath bi-level apt. near cam-
us. Need female to till lease. Jan.-Aug. 930-
2984 (machine) or 663-4981.
POST REALTY
SPACIOUS 1 & 2 BEDROOM
MODERN APTS.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
ON & OFF CAMPUS LOCATIONS
400 Maynard, Ann Arbor 761-8220
*CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. 2 bdrm
modem furnished apt. Carpeted, garbage dis-
posal, laundry & storage, heat, water, &
parking. $64/mo. 4 blks to Frieze Bldg.
Near N. Campus Busline Fall 1990 66 -
4101.
1 BDR. APT. - GREAT LOCATION, fur-
nished, air conditioned, dishwasher, free ca-
ble, 24 hr. security, laundry and parking
avail. Call Roxanne 662-2107.
1 BIG BR avail in 2BR apt near Med Cen &
bus route. Furnished clean laundry, parking,
$285 incl ht. 662-713 17-1l
1 Rm Avail in 6 Bdrm Hs-Avail Jan; 6 Mo.
Lease. On Church Near Oakland/Great
Roommates; $255/Mo & Util Mike 995-
1423.
1-2 ROOMS FOR RENT in apt. Furnished.
Heat incl. Spacious,w/w. Call 665-7324
1127 CHURCH modem 2 bdrm, fum. $840.
Incl. heat, water new kitchen Sep-Aug. Jeff
994-3538/Mrs. Weiss 1-662-1175.
3 PRIVATE RMS. AVAIL. Prof. Fraterit.
On E. Ann near Glen. $350/mo. incl. all uti-
ities & 21 meal plan. 761-5491.
4 BDRM HOUSE on campus. 5 prsn. Fum.,
laundry, MAY-MAY, $1100.995-3276.
6 BDRM. CAMPUS HOUSE, new carpet, lg.
livingroom and bdrms off-st. parking, fire-
pdace, high-efficiency lumace, 2 baths, Sept-
t 426-4772.
6 BEDROOM 'HOUSE near campus living
room dining room, kitchen, 2 baths. No pets.
663 -5861.
AAAAAAHHHHHH..
Affordable student living in luxury sur-
roundings. Spacious 2 bedroom units with
950 sq. feet, including 11/2 baths, two story
or garden level with separate entrances.
Parking, laundry, secunty system and paid
heat. Oversize closets, dishwashers and new
contemporary furniture, carpeting and blinds
in decorator color schemes. e are now tak-
ing alications for Fall 1990. Geddes Hill is
readylor your commitment to quality living.
Call Judy, Heather, or Cari Ann at Oppen-
heimer Prop. Mgt. 995-5575.

6 BEDROOM HOUSE State/Hoover fum, 2
bath, ,ld , parkig. Beautiful. Fall
6 BR. HOUSES: Cart, parking, laundry,
year lease (May or Sept) 485-8225.
A PERFECT PLACE! 2 bdrms. in bhi-leve
apt 2 min. from Diag (South U. & Church).
$225-275/mo. heat & water incl. Great apt.
mates (female! Call 996-2693.
NOW LEASING FALL 1990
BEST SELECTION OF DESIRABLE
FULISI IFI HOUSES AND AITS.
STOP BY
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
1335 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
TO PICK UP AN UPDATED I3ROCI IURE.
665-8825
AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Rooms, efficiencies, one, two, & three bed-
room apts. 4, 6, & 8 bedroom houses, fur-
nished/unfumished. Fall leases. Call 994-
9272 9-5, Mon.-Fri. or stop in @ 413 S. Di-
vision, Apt. #1. Richard Vail Co.
ARCH 807-5 BDRM. Firepl., study suite in
bsmt., garage, porch carpet, fum.; md., 2 1/2
baths. Maylease. 45§-6974.
ATTRACTIVE AFFORDABLE State 923-6
bdrm. hardwood floors, fum. attic, glass-in-
porch, parking. May lease. 454-6914
AVAIL. FOR MAY-On cam pus fum. 2-5
bdrm. apts. and 5 bdrm. house. $850-
1650/mo. Call Shah at 994-1200, ext. 3400
days, 665-2723 or 663-7807 eves. & wkends.
AVAIL. JAN. - APRIL. Rooms in 4 bdrm.
furnished apt. $300/mo. 663-5609.
AVAIL. MAY OR SEPT. CENTRAL OR
MEDICAL CAMPUS. 1 or 2 bdrm. apts.
most in modem bldgs. with laundry, parking,
A/C etc. No pets. Clarion Properties. 769-
225.
AVAIL. NOW 1 rm. in a 2 bdrm. bilevel apt.
2 blks. frm. CC. Large, clean, spiral stairs.
Park, ldry, AC. Rent neg. Steve 1-476-2862I
AVAIL. NOW 1 BEDROOM in 6 bdrm.
house. Furnished. Hill & S. Forest. $300 neg.
Call 355-2271. Jeff.
BURNS PARK. Large one bedroom avail-
able Feb. 1. 769-6478.
CAMPUS LOCATIONS
Fall rentals * Fine campus apartments
Rooms, efficiencies, 12,3 bedrooms
Lease references 096-1444.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT 5 Bdrm fur-
nished house w/formal dining room and
study. 2 full baths remodeled kitchen car-
peted Parking and laundry. 2 blks to biag,
nr. CURB. i 1990 663-4101.
CAMPUS-AVAIL. NOW-Rooms for rent
275; AVAIL. MAY-2 bedroom & study
600; AVAIL. SEPT.-1 bedroom large apt.
525. All include heat & water. Call 662-
4050.
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL-RACKH AM-
BURNS PARK
Fall rental lease, $270-$660. 1 or 2 person,
no pets, reterences. 665-4986.
FACULTY OR GRADUATE- Nice 3-bed-
room, 1 1/2 bath house on N. Maple Rd. in
Ann Arbor. $850/ per month. Call 971-8873.
FALL or MAY OCCUPANCY. Modem one
& two bedroom units. 769-6478.
FULLER AT STATE: Large 2 bedroom, bal-
conies, heat pkng, laundry storage lockers.
$660/mo. 693-6829 or 15-77
GREAT LOCATION-1 bdrm. avail. Jan.-
May for a female non-smoker in a house w/3
females - includes parking, laundry & all
utilities. Call Steve at 769-1302.
HOUSES & APTS. on campus listing at SAB
or our office - 100 Huron View Blvd
OAKLAND MANAGEMENT 761-7491
HOUSES & APARTMENTS in campus area
for May & Sept. All sizes from 1 to 6 bed-
rooms. Carpeting, fumiture laundry, parking,
private, attentive owners. No pets. all be-
ore 9 . 769-1534.
MAY-MAY LEASE, 5 bdrm. home, sleeps
6, very clean & spacious. 2050/mo., full
basement, wash/dry dishwasher 2 car
garage, private backyard, 2 dec.9s. Furn.
w/fireplace. Call for appt. 995-5104.

FOR RENT
MODERN, FURNISHED 1 and 2 bedroom
aartments, on Hill St. between Packard and
Division. All newly furnished and decorated.
Owner pays heat, water, sewer, and gas for
cooking. Dishwasher air conditioner coin
laundry, parking. N'o pets! $555.06 and
$812.00 Sept. lease. Call 663-8487to see.
OLDER GORGEOUS 6 bedroom, fumished,
2 1/2 bath, formal dining room ivineroom,
basement, corn laundry the loft bedroom
overlooks study/lounge. dept. lease. No pets!
A must see! $2090.00 plus utilities. Call Iris
663-8487.
SAVE FALL LEASES SAVE
832 Packard, 323 Packard, 813-819 S. Main
912 Brown, 121 E. Hoover & 921 S. Main. I
bdrm range from $440-$525. 2 bdrm range
from $600-$695.May & Aug. leases avail-
able. 662-4446.
SINGLE ROOM IN 6 BDRM HOUSE.
Share a beautiful home with 5 students. Call
663-5861 or 996-5658.
STUDENT RENTAL Furnished Rooms 8 &
12 Month Lease Call 995-8893 or 662-1826.
STUDENT RENTAL Furnished houses 8 &
12 month lease. Call 995-8893 or 662-1826.
TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS-The finest
cam us roperties, rooms, efficiencies 1,2,3,
&4 bedrooms & whole houses. WeTl per-
sonally escort you through ourqualit prop-
erties. Modern Management 66-69 k1663 -
3641.Call between 9&5,7 days a week
TWO UNIT HOME: 5 bedroom well-main-
tained, furnished. Parking, $1500/mo. + utili-
ties. Also 2 bedroom newly furnished upper
unit. $606/mo. + utilities + parking. Cal 1-
737-2445.
SUBLET
1 RM IN 2 BDRM APT. Avail now-May.
Great location, great price. U-Towers. Call
Tim 665-6240. Male pref.
AVAIL. NOW- Your own rm. in large 4-
bdrm. apt., close to campus but quiet, free
pkg. space. $260, neg. CaIl 994-1437.
GREAT LOCATION - Available now, fe-
male, non-smoker, share room in 2 bdrm.
, $250/month. Neg.-Jan. FREE. 994-
574.
HUGE BEAUTIFUL APT. for rent! Hill St.
1 bedroom util. mcil. Covered parking. Rent
neg. 930-2440.
LEASE AVAILABLE: Male large single
Baits2. Call evenings after 7:30 763 -0723
ROOM IN 5 BEDROOM loaded house
$300/mo. M/F. Call 747-9768 Excellent Lo-
cation!
SHARE BDRM IN 2 BDRM APT. Wntr,
spr, or sum. $140/Neg. Male only. 769-2934.
SUBLET:SPACIOUS furnished efficiency, 5
mins from campus. Rent neg. 930-6518
UPSET WITH YOUR ROOMMATES?
Tired of dorm food? Non-smoking sublet
with 3 girls. Now thru Aug. $262/mo. 769-
7286.
VERY CHEAP!! SINGLE rm. in modem
apt. security bldg. Now until May. Close to
campus, females only. Call 747-9 69.
FOR SALE
1988 CANNONDALE MOUNTAIN BIKE
Deore equipped, ex. condition. Call Dave at
769-1565. Asking $450.
AIRLINE TICKET - One way to Denver,
$150, March 2. Call Heidi at 930-6523.
BLANK AUDIO TAPES FOR SALE
S cip TDKA0 $2.00
Free delivery. Call Adam 930-0069
CD PLAYER - Sharp, 6 disc changer, re-
mote, $140. 665-6474. Ask for Todd.
FOR SALE- Paul McCartney tickets. Call
Monica at 930-1712.-Act quickly.
MAC WRITE II Brand new software pack-
age for sale at discount. Call 665-0083.
VIC TANNY MEMBERSHIP for sale-life-
time-full benefit. Call Steve 434-8060 B.O.
XT COMPATIBLE 20 MB HD and
Monocrome monitor 800 761-6086.

A UTOMOTIVE
86 NISSAN SENTRA 4 dr. 5 spd. 33K.
Great cond! Must sell! $3800/b.o. 763-1676.
BUSINESS SERVICES
WILD CARICATURES/Amazing rates **
By Chuck Dodson 769-0194.g
MUSICAL MDSE,
STEREOS, ETC.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs, authorized by
Gibson Guild. Martin Yamaha Alvarez.
ROOMMATES
1 RM 2 BDRM APT NOW THRU APR.
Near VA Hsp unfumn/nonsmkr/no
et p/kg/ldry/cble.$300/mo, utilin. Cathy
ATTENTION FEMALES: You can have
your very own room in nice apartment.
Cheap rent! Call Krista or Vanessa at 769-
6250.
AVAIL. NOW 2 ROOMS IN HOUSE w/
female professor, cam pus 1 mile, laundry,
pkg. $270 + share util. Priv, nice 994-5181.
AVAILABLE NOW: female nonsmoking
roommate needed to share bedroom in 2 bed-
room apt. on Church St. Rent $200/mo. Neg.
Call 769-8723- leave message
ONE FEMALE grad. or professional non-
smoking roommate needed to share bedrm. in
a 2 bedrm. apt. $235+elect. 973-2388
WANTED: ROOMMATE for Fall 1990.
Female non-smoker to share spacious, re-
modeled two bedroom apartment with three
women inbetween the udbowl and Bagel
Factory. Call 995-8799.

TICKETS
WANTED: Two UM-MSU tkts. for 1/27.
Call 426-2643.
NEED TO SELL 4 McCartney tickets for
2/1, want to buy 2 for 2/2.663-2.007
***BILLY JOEL TIX - Feb 8. Call 995-
9686. Price reasonable. Call now.***
FOR SALE
2 PAUL McCARTNEY TICKETS
CALL MONICA at 930-1712.
WANTED: BASKETBALL TICKETS
FOR MICH-ILLINOIS Feb. 11
747-6189
TICKETS AVAILABLE $200 ea. round triP
to anywhere S. West flys before 3/09/90. Cal
476-7833 Neg.
NEEDED: 2 Paul McCartney tickets. Call
Julie 764-7010.
MISCELLANEOUS
PAY CASH FOR Baseball Hockey, Fpot-
ball. & Basketball Cards. 539-5589.
PERSONAL
* * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Tran-
scripts, the LS&A lecture notetaking service,
has the following notes avail, at Alpha-
fra ics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro
6,i100, Bio 224, Bio 325, Class Arch
222, Comm 103, Econ 201, Econ 202, Econ
396, Econ 401, Geol 100, Geol 101, Geol
106, Geol 107, Geol 110 Geol 112, Geol
113, Geol 115, Geol 125,1Hist 110, Hist 160,
Hist 161, Hist 333, Hist 366, Hist Art 272,
Physics 125, Physics 126, Physics 140,
Physics 240, Physiol 101, Poli Sci 140, Poli
Sci 353, Poli Sci 396 Psych 170, Psych 171
Psych 331, Soc 467, §oc 468. Call 663-6816
~or info.

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