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FOR RENT
EARN $100 - Buy Grad single lease in West
Quad. Call Bruce, 763-3615.
SINGLE ROOM in East Quad this term.
Available right away. Call Maize 663-4402.
SINGLE ROOM IN 6 BDRM HOUSE.
Share a beautiful home with 5 students. Call
663-5861 or 996-5658.
TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS-The finest
Pampus properties, rooms, efficiencies 1,23
&4bedrooms & whole houses. We' per''
rsonally escort you through ouqualit -prop-
erties. Modem Management 668-69061663-
3641.Call between 9&5, 7 days a week
TWO UNIT HOME: 5 bedroom well-main-
tained, fumished. Parking, $1500/mo. + utili-
ties. Also 2 bedroom newly furnished upper
h 4nit. $604/o. + utilities + parking. Ca 1-
737-2445.
SUBLET
'**WINTER SUBLET**Parking, large 2
bdrm., fully loaded AC/DW/furnished, great
lcton.Jan-Aug Call 973315s7
EFFICIENCY - Fum .,free arking, down-
town. $350+elec. 663-9126 after 6 pm.
SFREE NEW MICROWAVE to female sub-
letter. Share lg. bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt. on
campus. Must sell ASAPI Rent Reasonable!
Call Leigh 769-8349.
GOING ABROAD FALL '90?
Need someone to sublet your room?
Call 663-2382, ask for Julie.
GREAT LOCATION - Available now, fe-
male, non-smoker, share room in 2 bdnn.
apt, $250/month. Neg.-Jan. FREE. 994-
5764.
ROOM IN 5 BEDROOM loaded house
$300/mo. M/F. Call 747-9768 Excellent Lo-
cation!
t~ SUBLEASE 3 bd. modemn apt 2 full bath,
W ert.blinds, new carpet, North Campus area.
2 balconies. 10% off regular rent. Until Sept.
930-1696.
SUBLET OUR HOUSE for spring or sum-
mer. Great location, 4 bedrooms, newly re-
modeled. Call 764-6941.
ROOMMATES
ATTENTION FEMALES: You can have
your very own room in nice apartment.
eap rent! Call Krista or Vanessa at 769-
6250.
FEMALE ROOMATE NEEDED: Own room
in a 2 bedroom apartment located on north
campus. Avail. immediately. Call 665-0981.
MALE ROOMATE WANTED: Share 1
Ldrm. in 2 bdrm. apt., 50 yds. S. of VC's.
Heat & H20 incl. Start at $210/mo. 994-
4904.
NEEDED: ONE FEMALE NONSMOKING
]ROOMMATE to share bedroom in a 2 bed-
room apt. Great location. Rent $236/all utili-
ties except electric. Call 769-8723.
Roommate needed for duplex near CCRB.
Free rent for January. Call Pat 995-0472
AUTOMOTIVE
'79 DODGE ASPEN Exc. engine. $950/best
* ffer. Sharon:668-8496.Leave message.
CAN YOU BUY JEEPS, cars, 4x4's seized
in drug raids for under $100.00? Call for
facts today. 805-644-9533.Dept. 762.

PERSONAL
* * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Tran-
scripts, the LS&A lecture notetaking service,
has the following notes avail. at Alpha-
grpics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro
, Bin 100, Bio 224, Bio 325, Class Arch
222, Comm 103, Econ 201, Econ 202, Econ
396, Econ 401, Geol 100, Gcol 101, Geol
106, Geol 107, Geol 110, Geol 112 Geol 113,
Geol 115, Geol 125, Ilist 110, Iist 160, list
161, H-ist 333 Il'ist 366, Ilist Art 272,
Physics 125, hysics 126, Physics 140,
Physics 240, Physiol 101, Poli Set 140, Poli
Sci 353, Poli Sci 396, Psych 170, Psych 171
Psych 331, Soc 467, Soc 468. Call 663-681>
for info
PECIAL VOUCHE
To be used exclusively
by Mary Burton in
pursuit of gambling
interests.
Voucher entitles
Mary Burton
to half price entry into
game of chance @
Nanny's House of Games.
(one voucher per visit)

COMPUTER MERCHAN-
DISE
APPLE MACINTOSH 512K. Extemal drive,
Turbo Mouse, Imagewriter II, lots of soft-
ware. Never wait in line again! $650 or best.
Call Ted at 662-8519.
FOOD & ENTERTAIN-
MENT
UNDENIABLE!
New Music Fridays
CD Giveaways
Reggae Saturdays
UB-40 Giveaways
U-Club
DJ TOM
TICKETS
BILLY JOEL TKTS. THURS FEB 22
Call Zachary at 996-5943
Leave name & phone number
CHEAP!
1 SOUTHWEST TKT. AVAIL. $200
roundtrip to anywhere they fly before 3-16-
90. Call Lisa at 665-2213.
FOR SALE: 2 S. WEST AIRLINE TKTS
For any destination. Best offer. 662-4651.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED FOR FALL 90. 1 room in hse/apt
near Central Campus. Call Mark 995-5109

BUSINESS SERVICES
LIVE BAND for your party or wedding.
Reasonable $. Info. call Tracy 677-1569.
GOING PLACES
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your NA
voucher and AMEX card. Call REEC
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or David.
CANCUN, BAHAMAS & MORE! SPRING
BREAK at GUARAN11EED lowest prices.
Call Susan & Michele 747-9742 NOWs!!
CHEAPEST SPRING BREAK tri sto the
carbbeanS ace limited hurry up and callBill
at 761-1681
CROSS COUNTRY SKI RESORT. FULLY
EQUIPPED log cabins w/ fireplace. Outdoor
hot tub option. Traverse City area. $38-58
nightly. (616) 276-9502.
DON'T BE LEFT IN THE COLD
Acapulco 449, Cancun 539, Bahamas 449
Incl. air, hotel & transfers for 1 wk.
Spring Break space is limited
all teve a at 930-6220.
EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr. $499;
Copenhagen fr. $599; Frankfurt fr. $449;
Glasgow fr. $469" London fr. $379; Paris fr.
$46 Re ency travel 665-6122. Ask for
Dan orDeb.
FOR YOUR LOWEST OVERSEAS AIR-
FARES ask for Student Travel Network,
800-365-1929.
HAS SANTA BEEN GOOD TO YOU?
THINK SUN!!! SPRING BREAK trips
guaranteed lowest prices. Cancun &
oters - 1st class $495. Call 769-5719.
ORIENT SPECIALS:sBangkok fr $967
H ong Kong fr. $887; Osaka fr. $919; Seoul
fr. $865Singaporefr. $999"Taipei fr. $845.
REGENCY ITRAVEL 66-6122. Ask for
Dan or Deb.
RIDE IN STYLE & PAY LESS than the De-
troit Airport commuter van for groups of 3-7.
$40 1 way - door to door limo. Regency
Travel 665-6122. Ask for Vivian or David.
SKI STEAMBOAT!!!For $425Call Michigan
Ski Clubat 994-9068
SKI UTAH! Spring break-includes: air, tix,
luxury condo. CALL ASAP!! 769-8965.
SPRING BREAK
Acapulco 519, Cancun 559,Freeprt 439,
Jamaica 519, Nassau 459r
Call REGENCY 'TRAVEL at 665-6122
(ask for Dan) 209-211 S. State St.
SPRING BREAK * SAIL THE BAHAMAS
*50 ft. Yachts *food *7 days, 7 nights$455.
Act Now. Call Tom - 995-9858.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT STA-
MOS TRAVEL *** Openweekends and
some even *** ** erytown Mall Ann
Arbor. 663-4400**
We Are The SpringBreak Authority!!!
ACAPULCfrom $519.00

MUSICAL MDSE,
STEREOS, ETC.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs- fall tune-up spe-
cials.

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The University of Michigan
SCHOOL OF MUSIC'

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SALESThen
WJJX Radio is interested in you. Applica-
tions for Sales Dir. are now being received at
530 S.A.B. (basement) in WJJX Program
Dir. box.
1O YOU HAVE A VAN? I will pay $$$ to
borrow it for 2 days. Call Ted 449-D493.
PARKING PLACE WANTED. Will pay best
offer. Call Nira at 747-8797.
PROFESSIONAL CHILD CARE- 25 yrs.
experience. Licensed & references. 995-
8353.
TASTES GOOD, TOO Po um, candy,
snacks. Village Apothecary. 11 S. Univer-
sity.
RUSH
PHI
1043 BALDWIN SIGS
LOST & FOUND
FOUND: Keyring w/.3 auto keys on N.U.
parking meter. 663-8694. _
GOLD RING LOST late last Thursday eve.
1/11/90. Uno's/Markley. Initials "JAM" Re-
ward for any info: Jeff 764-9782.
LOST: ANORLAP SKI JACKET. Please
contact Debbie. 764-7757. No questions
asked. _______
REWARD: Lost brown bomber leather jacket
1/13/90 at Theta Chi. Contains keys on U of
M keychain, checkbook, and blue U of M
wallet. No questions asked. Please call Laura
665-8040.
IaI764#0557

Sun. Jan.

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Faculty Piano Recital by Nina
Leichuk
Schumann: Fantasia, Op. 17

Schumann: Kienderscenen, Op. 15
Schubert-List: Der Muller und der Bach
Schubert-List: Aufenhalt
Brahms: Four Piano Pieces, Op. 119
Brahms: Variations on a Theme by
Paganini (Book II)
Rackham Lecture Hall, 4:00 PM
Michigan Chamber Players
Martin Katz, piano; Hamao Fujiwara,
violin; Paul Kantor, violin; Yizhak
Schotten, viola; Nina de Veritch, cello;
Dennis Smith, trombone, Katherine Collier,
piano; John Mohler, clarinet; Jerome
Jelinek, cello; Louis Nagel, piano
Dvorak: Quintet in A Major for Piano &
Strings
Sulek: Sonata for Trombone & Piano
Brahms: Clarinet Trio
Recital Hall, School of Music, 8:00 PM
All events free unless specified. Wheelchair accessible.
For up-to-date information on School of Music Events, call the
24-Hour Music Hotline - 763-4726

BAHAMAS from $479.00
(ar ihts hotel, and transfers
Call UNIVERSAL TRAVEL, Inc. 852-2000
Ri Jim Poniewozik Imy

February 1990
WELLNESS
Month
in Washtenaw County
Watch for this logo pub-
licizing events in the six
dimensions of weilness
- PHYSICAL
- SOCIAL
" EMOTIONAL
" MENTAL
- SPIRITUAL
- OCCUPATIONAL
Well All Ways
747-8677
Parisl coordinated by
Tpartnersliips
ofVwaslaw county

THE SOCIETY OF MINORITY
ENGINEERING STUDENTS
(SMES)
announces its
14th ANNUAL INDUSTRIAL AWARDS BANQUET
to be held at
Weber's Inn
3050 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor
Wednesday, January 24, 1990
Reception from 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
Dinner will begin at 7:00 p.m.
All engineering/technical majors welcome
$3.00 for SMES members
$10.00 for non-members
Registration will be held Jan. 16 thru Jan. 22 in the EECS Atrium or
Stop by the SMES office at 1232 EECS
For more information, contact
Mary Bright or Robert Albritton at 764-7252.

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