100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 14, 2007 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 2007-03-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

FIRE
From page LA
HRH/Kirklan & Co. in Omaha,
Neb. insures fraternities. Comeau
said that while both companies are
working to outfit all Greek houses
around the nation with sprinklers,
M-J Insurance has been more
aggressive in outfitting sororities.
"There seems to be more sorori-
ties installing sprinkler systems
than fraternities, which is ironic
because since we've started track-
ing them all of the fatal fires have
occurred in fraternities than in
sororities," Comeau said.
Ann.Arbor building code classi-
fies Greek houses in the same cat-
egory as apartments and residence
halls, and it requires that all new
structures install sprinkler sys-
tems during construction, Warsin-
ski said. But existing buildings, like
Greek houses, are exempt from this
code unless they undergo a signifi-
cant renovation.
Warsinski estimated that the
cost of outfitting an average-size
Greek house with sprinklers would
cost a little over $56,000. Install-

ing a sprinkler system in the largest
Greek house could cost as much as
$100,000.
He added that it's more common
for sorority houses to be retrofitted
with sprinkler systems.
"Fraternities generally have no
money," Warsinski said. "Sororities
have larger reserves."
The affordability argument is
a familiar one to Comeau. He said
that in almost each city where a
sprinkler system mandate for Greek
houses has been proposed, frater-
nities have argued that installing a
sprinklersystemwould putthemout
of business. In State College, home
of Penn State University, Comeau
said that city officials responded by
criticizing fraternities for spending
up to $1,500 on weekend parties and
replacing the wood floors in their
houses every two years because of
the damage caused by these parties.
"The argument that 'We can't
afford it' is fallacious," Comeau said.
In December, the University's
housing security office recognized
the need for a fire-education pro-
gram that would specifically benefit
the Greek systemsaid Declan Lugin,
a captain and fire inspector with

the University's Housing Security
division. It applied for a Homeland
Security Assistance to Firefight-
ers grant, but it ultimately failed
to qualify for the funding because
the University isn't involved in any
actual fire fighting.
So far, the only program that
has been put in place is one that
provides Greek houses with bat-
teries for their smoke detectors, a
program that Lugin himself said he
isn't thrilled with. He said provid-
ing Greek houses with smoke detec-
tors would not be effective because
it does not guarantee that houses
ever install them.
Lugin said that the City of Ann
Arbor already works with the Greek
system to improve fire safety and
fire prevention measures but said
Housing Security would like to "fill
in the gaps" of the program when-
ever possible.
The close contact between the
Ann Arbor Fire Department and
the Greek system began in earnest
in January of 2006 following an
incident at the Sigma Nu fraternity
house on Oxford Street. Respond-
ing to the house's alarm system,
firefighters found an ongoing party.

The house's windows were blocked,
and the front door was only partially
open.Asmokemachinewasrunning
inside. The alarm was sounding, but
the partygoers weren't evacuating.
"The conditions were so egre-
gious that had a fire been actually
occurring most people wouldn't
have made it out," Warsinski said.
After the incident Warsinski,
inspected a total of28 houses this fall.
City code requires that all apart-
ments and Greek houses be inspect-
ed every 30 months, but Warsinksi
said that the inspections sometimes
take 36 months to complete due to
staffing constraints.
Both Warsinski and Comeau
agreed that the greatest fire hazard
at fraternity houses are their parties.
"Twenty-year-old male bravado,
lots of alcohol, old wood-frame con-
struction, disabled smoke detectors
and fire alarm systems, usually due
to parties and smoking," Warsin-
ski said. "Unfortunately, the Animal
House culture has attracted more
people of that mindset."
Warsinski said that other fire
hazards facing Greek houses include
destruction by house members
= holes in the walls can allow fires

to spread quickly - and a disregard
for maintenance, such as allowing
garbage bags to pile up inside the
house, which creates a fire hazard.
Warsinski's plan for develop-
ing a fire safety education program
includes involvement with the
alumni who often oversee individ-
ual chapters. He believes it's most
important to educate the alumni so
they can alertnewstudents to issues
of fire safety and other dangers.
He said that-some fraternities on
campus have already taken steps to
improve the overall condition and
safety of their houses, explaining
that some have live-in graduate stu-
dents who oversee the daily opera-
tions of the chapter. Others are
professionally managed by a local
property manager who handles
problems the house may face.
Warsinski also said he wants to
appoint student fire marshals in
each house who would be respon-
sible for house safety issues.
Comeau's greatest concern is
educating students who live in off-
campus housing.
"We know students are going to
drink, we know students are going
to use candles,we know students are

Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 7A
goingto smoke,"Comeausaid."We're
not saying, 'Don't do these things.'
We're saying, 'Do them responsibly.'
Don't circumvent safety measures so
that when a cigarette fire does break
out, it doesn't kill people because a
fire door was open."
Interfraternity Council spokes-
man Evan Waters said the IFC tries
to work in conjunction with the risk
management policies of each indi-
vidual fraternity's national office,
putting its faith in each chapter
president to enforce safety mea-
sures within the houses.
The Office of Greek Life has no
record of the last major fire in a
Greek house and estimates that it
occurred before 2000.
Waters, who lives in the Chi Psi
house on State Street, said each
sleeping room in his house is outfit-
ted with smoke detectors and there
are fire extinguishers on each floor.
The house also appoints a "lodge
manager" responsible for the over-
all maintenance of the house.
The Office of Greek Life tries to
use fire tragedies on other campuses
to educate fraternities and sororities
about fire prevention, said assistant
director Chris Haughee.

the michigan daily
!!!KERRYTOWN 4 BDRM. house EFF., 1-4
with Ig. modem kitchen, covered porch
& much more. 741-9657.
6 BDRM. HSE. avail. May/Fall '07. FALL 07
716 E. Kingsley. 2.5 baths., prkg., free street prk
Idry. Currently undergoing updates. central ai
$3000 + all utils. Call 734-996-1991. 1593 or k
6 BEDROOM HOUSE @ 328 Cather-
ine. Dishwasher, W/D, lots of space, FALL 20
fine for up to 8 people. $3,390/mo. Call bdrm. f
663-8989 or visit $650-$11S
www.oldtownrealty.net most. Mo
tional cha
A SOPHISTICATED ENVIRON- for more
MENT 1015 Vaughn or call 734
1 & 2 Bdrm. Furnished Apts.
Close to Law and Business Schools FEMALE
(734) 668-1100. live-in op
.with disab
ATTENTION GRADS - spacious stu-
dio & 1 bdrms. avail. with bay win- FIRST A
dows & walk-in closet. 741-9300. $300 mov
annarborapartments.net Going fa
AVAIL. 9/1. WEST of downtown. Spa- close to d
cious 2 bdrm., 1 bath., upper in duplex: FO
A/C, ldry., prkg., yard, deck.
t$1000/mo. incl. heat. 734.930.6122.
Extren
AVAIL. FALL. 6 bdrm. hse. located Fumish
near North Campus. Great location for Son
medical & engineering stud. 2 kitch., 2
bath., 2 car garage. Hdwd. firs. Call
Michigan Realty, 734-662-5500 or
www.michcomrealty.com for more info.
AVAIL. FALL. LG. 2 bdrm. apts. to- F
cated in heart of Central Campus. Lg.
enough to accommodate 4 people. Lots On fl
of amenities. Heat, H2O, prkg., & ldry.
Call Michigan Realty, 734-662-5500 or
www.michcomrealty.com for more info.
AVAIL. MAY & Sept., eff. & 1-3
bdrm, apts. Central Campus. 665.2723.
13
AVAIL. SHORT TERM lease now A
through July. 3 bdrm. hse. near U/M
Stadium. Lg. kitch., beautiful wood-
work. Prkg. & ldry. Michigan Realty, HOUSE
662.5500, www.michcomrealty.com Prkg., po
AVAILABLE FALL '07 garage, &
Washington Manor
418 E. Washington
1 Bdrm. & Studios Located in a Ex
Sophisticated Grad Environment Furnis
Half a Block from the Frieze Bldg. WasI
Close to Law and Business School.
(734) 668-1100.
AVAILABLE FALL '07 LARGE F
Washington Manor S. State,
418 E. Washington Mich. Un
1 Bdrm. & Studios Located in a Heat & w
Sophisticated Environment ldry. $150
Half a Block from the Frieze Bldg. 734996-3
(734) 668-1100. ehtseng@
AVAILABLE NOW WILLIAM and
Division, 1/2 Bdrm. apts. with security T
buzzer, separate storage & laundry fa- *F
cilities. Gallatin Realty Co.
734-368-0256. St
AVAILABLE NOW! ROOM and 3 Un
bdrm. apt. in great location. $600/mo.
Heat & Water incl. 665-8825. NEAR U
AVAILABLE SEPT. 1ST. William and apts. 741-
Division. Efficiency, I bdrm., and 2
bdrm. apts. with security buzzer, sepa- MAYA
rate storage & laundry facilities. Gal- Grea
latin Realty Co. 734-368-0256. W
AVALIBLE NOW EFFICIENCY at
321 S. Division. Loft bed. Near corner www.'
of Division and Liberty. $600+Elec.
Now through Aug. 20 '07. Parking MODERN
available nearby. Call today
734-996-1991. Spacious
BUSINESS/LAW SCHOOL IS just a Balcony o
short walk for these spacious 1 bdrms.
avail. Spring/Fall 2007. 741-9657.
CENTRAL CAMPUS APTS. PARK T
Get 1 Month FREE
On all May Leases 1 &21
Not many left... Close to
Studio, I & 2 bedrooms New
734-761-2680. U

DOG GONE GOOD DEAL!
Pet friendly 1 & 2 bedroom. Open
house March 15. 3PM to 7PM. Call NE
Nick @ 434-0297. SIGNINt
EFFICIENCIES TO 6 bedroom homes 1315 Cam
still available. Great locations, competi- W
tive prices, varied amenities. Call us @
(734) 663-8989 or visit Septe
www.oldtownrealty.net
EXTRA LARGE 4 BR & 2 BR Apts. 115 E. Ki
Charming Old WorldFlavor!// May to
Hardwood Floors, 9 ft. Ceilings
Heat, Water & Parking
A Must See!!!
Varsity Management
(734) 668-1100.

PMSIProperties.com MAY & SEPT. 07 Group or Single Herbal Supplements
734-665-5552 Leases. Now Thru AUG. 07 Limited Health and Beauty
flexible leases 313-531-3551
5 bdrm. on S. Forest. Off WWW.828GREENEAPTS.COM or www.shopherbalife.com/rponkey
g., ldry., 2 full bath, dwshr., 734- 418-2050.
r, lg. front porch. 734-651- PRIVATE TUTORING FOR LSAT,
eysmgmt@comcast.net NO MONEY DOWN LEASES! LAW SCHOOL, BAR EXAM
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ My credentials:
07 RENTALS. Eff., 1 & 2 Sign Today - perfect 180 on LSAT
pts. Rents range from Nothing due till you - Michigan Law graduate (3.85 GPA)
25. Heat & water paid for Move-in! - licensed attorney
st have prkg. avail. for addi- $$$$$$ - 14 years of teaching experience
rge. Please visit our website Campus Realty - hundreds of delighted students
info: cappomanagement.com 1335 S. University Ave. 734.996.2861 www.TESTGURU.com
-996-1991. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-665-8825 THESIS EDITING. LANGUAGE, or-

GRAD STUDENT: Paid
p. to assist a young woman
iliies in A2. 734-429-3215.
NID LAST Month Free!
es you in, lots of amenities.
st! Great westside location,
owntown. 734-663-8463.
EST TERRACE APTS
1001 s. Forest
mely Large 2 Bdrm. Apts.
ted, Heat, Water & Parking
me Upgraded Kitchens
FREE WIRELESS
Varsity Management
(734) 668-1100.
FREE!
REE Dish Network!
FREE Internet!
he following Apartments:
1309 S. University
1325 S. University
1328 Washtenaw
1335 S. University
Campus Realty
35 S. University Ave.
nn Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 665-8825.
FOR 4/6, 852 Brookwood.
rch, wshr./dryer, dishwshr.,
Ig. bdrms. 248-214-8708.
HOUSES FALL 07'
Only 1 left!!!
tra Large 6 BDRM.I
bed. Dishwasher. Parking.
her & Drying Included.
(734) 668.1100.
URNISHED 3 bdn. apt. on
Year UM bus stop, 5 min. to
ion. Avail. Now, Fall '07.
ater incl. Bale., A/C, prkg.,
0-$1700. No smkg./no pets.
539 or 734-678-7250.
comcast.net
MARCH ON IN
o University Towers
tEE August '07 RENT
(Aug.-Aug. Only)
udio, 1 & 2 Bedrooms
iversitytowers-mi.com
734-761-2680.
NION STUDIO - 3 bdrm.
9300 annarboraparlments.net
AND FALL Leasing 2007
t Locations & Amenities
ilson White Co., Inc.
734.995.9200 EHO
wilsonwhitecompany.com
N BLDG. ON Old West Side
1015 W. HURON
2 BR Ideal for Grad Students
r Patio. Furniture and Carpet-
le off campus, a lot less rent!
(734) 668-1100.
ERRACE APARTMENTS
848 Tappan
BDRM. Apts. Furmished
Law and Business School
Kitchens w/Dishwasher
nderground Parking
Varsity Management
(734) 668.1100.
W LOWER PRICE!
G/ REFFERAL FEES PAID!
bridge 6 Bedrooms
ter and Heat Included
May to May Lease
$2850/month
mber to September Lease
$3000/month
ngsley S bedrooms
day OR Sept. to Sept. Lease
$2100/month
Sodeco Realty
734-332-7368
www.ToRent.com

NORTH CAMPUS 1 & 2 bdrms., pri-
vate balcony, FREE shuttle to central,
fitness room & much more. Pets Wel-
come. Models open Daily! 741-9300.
annarborapartments.net
PETS WELCOME SPACIOUS 1 & 2
bdrms. avail. immed., May, and Fall.
741-9300. annarborapartments.net
REDUCED 6 BDRM. house. 2 show-
ers, dishwasher, parking. 1115 S. For-
est. $3200 per mo. 734-260-4003.
SAVE SOME GREEN AT DOVER
PLACE
Pre-leasing for fall.
2 Bedroom Townhomes at 702.
www.university-living.com
734-485-7900
SPACIOUS 5 BDRM. apt. @ 1114
Prospect avail. Sept. $2750/mo. + util.
A/C., modern kitch., free ldry. & prkg.
Shahtiger@hotmail.com 734.665.2723.
SPRING IS AROUND THE
CORNER AT RIVER'S EDGE, Pre-
leasing for Fall
1, 2, and 3 Bedrooms Available
www.university-living.com
734-487-5750
STUDIOS, 1, 2, & 3 bdrm. apts. lo-
cated on UM Campus. Call Michigan
Realty, 734-662-5500 or for more info.,
visit www.michcomrealty.com
SPRING/SUMMER 2007
Campus Area Apartments
Great Selection
REDUCED RATES
SHORT TERM LEASES
Wilson White Company, Inc.
734.995.9200 EHO
www.wilsonwhitecompany.com
WINTER SPECIAL
New Prices on Houses at
Campus Realty
1113 Michigan: 5 Bdrm., 2 Bath
1208 Prospect: 6 Bdrm., 2 Bath
1210 Prospect: 6 Bdrm., 2 Bath
1301 Washtenaw: 6 Bdrm., 3 Bath
1618 Washtenaw: 4 Bdrm., 1 Study,
3.5 Bath
Campus Realty
1335 South University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-665-8825

ganization, format. All disciplines.
996-0566 or writeon@iserv.net
SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS AVAIL.
ABLE @ Nacht & Associates, P.C. for
undergraduates interested in civil rights
law. Fellows work closely with firm at-
tomeys and are exposed to a variety of
legal concepts. Please visit
www.nachtlaw.com for more info. Ap-
plication deadline is March 23, 2007.
!!!BARTENDING!!! $300 A day poten-
tial, Age 18+ ok. No exp. necessary,
training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
$10.00/HR. MICHIGAN TELEFUND
now hiring. Great Resume Builder! Ap-
ply @ teefund.umich.edu or 763-8180.
A GIFT BEYOND measure. Be an Egg
Donor. Earn $6,000! Must be 20-28
years of age, height/weight proportion-
ate, and a non-smoker. Please call:
Alternative Reproductive Resources at
248-723-9979.
DEPENDABLE COLLISION
CENTER 5115 Carpenter Rd,
Ypsilanti seeks a person who is fluent
in English and Spanish someone fluent
in English and Mandarin to work part
time. Please email your resume to John
Wu at jwu@dependablecc.com
EARN $15. HAVE you ever been diag-
nosed w/ depression? UM students who
have previously been diagnosed w/ de-
pression are eligible to participate in re-
search on goals & well-being. The
study will take less than I hour to com-
plete. Must be a UM student; 18 years
or older. If interested, please call
615-3626.
EARN $800-$3200 A month to drive
brand new cars with ads placed on
them. www.AdDriveTeam.com
GENERAL PRACTIONER & or-
thodontist needed for very busy, multi-
ple locations practice. Contact Claudia
Abrou, office manager, 248-968-2748
or send resume to 248-440-6370.
HORSE BARN MGR., energetic, expe-
rienced, responsible, for morn. feed,
turnout. Short/long term. Riding possi-
ble, reliability essential. 734.995.0092.
INDIAN PROFESSIONAL COUPLE
seeking Asian Indian Egg Donor- Gen-
erous compensation.We are looking for
a healthy, non-smoking egg donor with
good academic record. Please contact
us at aks8880@gmail.com or call (248)
593-6990, reference 6 AK8880.
LEGAL INTERNSHIP POSITIONS
available beginning May 2007 @ Farm-
ington Hills law firm. Perfect for pre-
law student. Send resume and cover let-
ter to wblaw004@aol.com
LOOKING FOR ORGANIZED, re-
sponsible, & creative instructor for hip
hop, jazz, & lyrical dance youth
classes. Levels intermediate through ad-
vanced. Tap, ballet or modern a plus.
Own trans. required.
dancesteps@comcast.net
LOVING FRIENDLY COUPLE in des-
perate need of Asian egg donor to start
their family. Ideal candidate: clean
family health history, high test scores
& college transcripts, etc. Medical fa-
cility located in Michigan. Excellent
compensation for your inconvenience:
$8K +expenses. Call Dawn @16 FA, Inc
951-696-7466 or email at
FAinc@Speedband.com

Programmer w/ some math background.
Strong skills coding: C++ & JAVA &
familiarity w/ MATLAB/MATHE-
MATICA. Individual will need to gain
some knowledge of immunology.
Salary commensurate w/ exp. Contact
Dr. Kirsehner @ kirschne@umich.edu
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150 per day. Exp. not Re-
quired. Undercover Shoppers Needed
to Judge Retail and Dining Establish-
ments. Call 800-722-4791.
RESUMES
Certified Professional Resume Writer.
Student discounts.
Career Advantage 877-263-6327.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
weekends off. Top pay for hard work-
ing, self- motivated people to work in
the NW DETROIT SUBURBS.
248-477-7727 or 248-755-9236.
WOLVERINESNEEDJOBS.COM
Paid survey takers needed in Ann Ar-
bor. 100% FREE to join.
Click on Surveys.
WORKING ON MACKINAC Island
this Season - Make lifelong friends.
The Island House Hotel and Ryba's
Fudge Shops are looking for seasonal
help in all areas: Front Desk, Bell Staff,
Wait Staff, Sales Clerks, and Starbucks
Baristas. Housing available, bonus, and
discounted meals. Call Ryan at11(800)-
626-6304. www.theislandhouse.com
BABYSITTER FOR SIX yr. old girl in
Northville. Mon.-Fri. 9am-12:30pm,
flexible. Full-time possibility in sum-
mer. Email derweb@msn.com
DRIVER& MOTHER'Shelper/babysit-
ter needed for 13 yr. old boy, 10 min.
from campus. 5-10 hrs./week.; avail.
for spring & summer a plus. Own reli-
able trans. needed. Call 734-761-8489.

ASSISTANTOUTDOORPOOLDirec-
tor: Private club has management posi-
tion for a customer service oriented in-
dividual with leadership skills, knowl-
edge of pool maintenance, and life
guard certification. Free membership
included. Apply at Liberty Athletic
Club, 2975 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor.
Phone Jan at 665-3738 ext. 18 for more
information.
CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED for
great overnight camps in the Pocono
Mts. of PA. Gain valuable experience
while working with children in the out-
doors. Teach/assist with athletics,
swimming, A.C., drama, yoga, archery,
gymnastics, scrapbooking, ropes
course, nature, and much more. Office
& Nanny positions also available.
Apply on-tine at
www.pineforestcamp.com
OUTDOOR LIFEGUARD: PRIVATE
club now accepting applications for
summer lifeguard and swim instructor
positions. Applicants must have current
lifeguard certification. Free member-
ship included. Apply at Liberty Ath-
letic Club, 2975 W. Liberty, Ann Ar-
bor. Phone Jan at 665-3738 ext. 18 for
additional information.
SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS AVAIL-
ABLE @ Nacht & Associates, P.C. for
undergraduates interested in civil rights
law. Fellows work closely with firm at-
torneys and are exposed to a variety of
legal concepts. Please visit
www.nachtlaw.com for more info. Ap-
plication deadline is March 23. 2007.

DISC GOLF!!!
Interested in founding a U-M Disc Golf
Club and intercollegiate competition?
Email splendid@umich.edu or
734-883-4407.

For Wednesday, March 14, 2007
ARIES
(March 21to April 19)
This is an excellent day to socialize
with others. You feel friendly and ready
to operate with friends and groups.
Others are drawn to your positive
energy.
TAURUS
(April 20to May 20)
Although this is quite a social time for
you, you can get a lot done by working
alone today. This is a good time to con-
tact government agencies or large insti-
tutions.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Any kind of group activity will please
you today. Group settings, business con-
ferences, organizational meetings and
the like will go extremely well. (Ditto
for romance and friendship.)
CANCER
(June 21 toJuly 22)
No matter what you do for a living,
today you might be asked to help out
with design, layout work or office deco-
rating, or with making something look
more attractive. (Just do what you can.)
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Do something different today! Youre
very eager to learn something new or
explore the world in a new way. Try to
visit someplace you've never been
before.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
This is an excellent day to try to divide
things with others. You will be fair, but
you will also protect your own self-
interests. (And others will be good to
you today.)
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Partnerships, signing contracts or
entering into new agreements with oth-
ers will go well today. You are quick to

see how to make things fair and appeal-
ing to both parties.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
A co-worker will be grateful for your
help today. In turn, you might get praise
or even a raise from your boss. People
like your style!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
Accept party invitations or any other
social opportunity that comes your way.
You're in the mood for a good time.
Romance and love affairs are also
blessed today.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Purchases to make where you live
look more attractive will please you
today. Similarly, you might buy a little
gift for a family member.
AQUARIUS
(Jan.U201t Feb. 18)
This is a wonderful day to sign con-
tracts or enter into agreements with oth-
ers. Conversations with siblings and rel-
atives will go well. You are definitely in
your element!
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Trust your moneymaking ideas today.
If you're spending money, you will want
to buy beautiful things for yourself and
loved ones.
YOU BORN TODAY You have a
sweet, affectionate nature. You're also
very realistic and accepting of what is.
Nevertheless, you're an independent
thinker; you draw your own conclusions
about things. If something fascinates
you, you will pursue it relentlessly. The
year ahead might be one of the bestyears
of your life. You have the power to do
things. Expect a miracle!
Birthdate of: Michael Caine, actor;
Albert Einstein, mathematician/physi-
cist; Billy Crystal, actor/comedian.

I BDRM. LG. APT. @ 536 S. Forest
Ave., fits 3, garage prkg., A/C, fur-
nished. Available May 1 through Au-
gust 20. $600/mo. 616-550-4893.
3 BDRM APT. @ 625 S. Forest, Avail.
May-Aug. Furnished, 3 Prkg., A/C,
Price Neg. 847-867-8271.
APTS., SUBLETS, & Rmmte(s). List
and Browse FREE! All Cities & Areas.
1-877-367-7368 or www.sublet.com
FREE SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
finder! Studio - 6 bdrms. Call 741-9300
for a complete list.
SUB LEASE LOWER-LEVEL Room
in condo by Busch's Plaza. $550/tno. +
util. Call 800-392-6059.

CHILDCARE AVAIL. EVES. & Wk-
ends. CPR cert. Call Maria.
269.929.2758.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan