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LIBERTY SQUARE PARKING
GARAGE: 1 space left! Great loca-
tion on E. Washington St. between
State and Division. ° Varsity Manage-
ment (734) 668-1100.
PARKING ON CENTRAL CAM-
PUS! Several locations, underground
garage spaces available. Call Varsity
Management at (734) 668-1100.
PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE
Please Call 734-665-8825.

NORTH CAMPUS
Heat/Water/
Parking included
1 & 2 bedrooms
available for Fall
734-996-4992
www.HRPAA.com
***513 OSWEGO***
HOUSE FOR RENT
Large 4 bdrm../1 & 1/2 bath house near
Hill St. w/ den and study. Updated
kitch. Featuring wshr./dryer, garbage
disposal and microwave. On site ldry.
and prkg. $ 1,595.00/mo. Available to-
day.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Rooms available $395.00/mo. with
$40.00 utilities cbarge per montb.
Call Campus Management @
734-663-4101 ext 24.
AVAIL. 9/01/09. PACKARD and
Division. 6-9 bdrm. bse.
Gallatin Realty Co. 734-368-0256.
5 & 6 Bedroom Houses
May 2009
Copi Properties
734-663-5609
***808 CATHERINE***
HOUSE FOR RENT
Lg. 5 bdrm./2 bath house. Remodeled.
Kitch., on-site wshr./dryer and parking.
Ideally located between Kerrytown and
Med. Center. $1,595.000/mo. Avail-
able today.
ROOMS FOR RENT
Rooms available $345.00/rent &
$40.00/util. charge per month.

for rent 'Ad I

Call Campus Management @
734-663-4101 ext 24.
!BEAUTIFUL LARGE!!
Campus Area Homes. 6 and 7 Bdrms.
Avail. NOW for May 2009.
Central air. Free laundry and parking.
Call 734 663-1370 Managenent
www.nancylat.com Servingt Uof tudenasfor 0,er 40 ears
E-mail nancylat@umich.edu
***328 S. 7TH***
Nice 3 bdrm./1 bath house located be- Reserve NOW for
tween Huron and Liberty with dwshr.' Fall 209
on site wshr./dryer and one car de-
tached garage. Hardwood floors Pick up a brochure 4i,
throughout. $1095.00/mo. available to- 525 Church Street
day. Phone: {341 668.11-0
Call Campus Management @S
.734-663-4101 ext. 24.
Siidi., 1 2. 3, 4. bedrooms :nd houses
*FOR MAY AND Sept. 2009 Lease. 4-
8 Bdrm. hses. & 1-3 bdrm. apts.onctr.
campus. www.imsprop.com 222-9033.

17 DIFFERENT
LOCATIONS
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TR-LEVELS TO!
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Call today for an appointment
and visit our websitel
734-761-8000
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*AVAIL. IMMED. & in fall 2009.
First month's rent free, Large 3 bdrm.
house. Walking distance from campus
& stadium. Contact 734-276-3876.
1/2 OFF RENT SALE! Any of our cur-
rently available 2 bedrooms and up are
half the first months rent! Hurry before
they are all gone! Wilson White
Management, 734-995-9200;
www.witsonwhitemanagement.com
campuswitsonwhitemanagement.com
441 HAMILTON 6 bdrm, study & 3
bathrooms! Sept '09 12 mo. lease.
$3300/mo. includes dry., furn.,
A.C., prkg. Call 734-649-0190.
7 BDRM. HOUSE avail. for rent on
Kingsley for May 2009-May 2010. 5
parking spots avail. Call Alex at (248)
910-2286.
904 S. FOREST, Get your leasing
done while good ones are avail! 4 bdrm
unit., legal for 6. S. of Hill. Prkg. 1.5
bath, wshr./dryer. Refinished. large bal-
cony, great view looking over Forest
St. Best in U of M area. 734-475-2577.
AVAIL. 9/1/08 WILLIAM & Divi-
sion. Eff., 1 bdrm. apt. w/ security
buzzer. Laundry facility & separate
storage lockers. Gallatin Realty Co.
734-368-0256.
AVAILABLE HOUSES AND apts.
for fall. Contact PMSI at 734-665-
5552 or www.pmsiproperties.com
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
GREAT 5 bedroom house in prime lo-
cation, $2499/mo. 734-665-8825
CHARMER, 3 BDRM. Near Cent,
Camp. & B-school. Hardwood firs. At-
tached garage. Prkg. Aug. '08. $1725.
Ldry. & Dryer. 248-515-7440.
FALL '09 AVAILABLE 8 bdrm. on
Jefferson St. Contact 734-651-1593 or
visit www.keysmanagement.net
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm.
apt. at 1111 S State, Near U-M bus
stop, Avail. Now, Fall '09, Heat & wa-
ter incl. Bale., A/C, prkg., ldry.,
$1000-$1650, No smkg./no pets.
734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250.
ehtsengcomast.net
LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bdrm.
House Near Chelsea, MI avail.
$2000.00 / mo. Lease terms Neg. 734-
615-7183. ws@umich.edu
LAST HOUSE LEFT. Available Fall.
Beautiful 6 bdrm. house located on UM
Central Campus. Wshr./dryer, off-
street prkg. This house is a real bar-
gain. Contact Michigan Realty Manage-
ment, 734-662-5500 to schedule an ap-
pointment or www.michcomrealty.com
for more information.
MAY '09 - May '10 lease: Sunny 2
bdrm. apt. in converted house, airy liv-
ing area, eat in kitchen, fully furnished,
heat and water included, parking, laun-
dry. 331 Packard. Call Varsity Man-
agement (734)1668-1100.
ROOM AVAILABLE IN 5 bdrm.
house. $650 per month. 734-665-8825.
SICK OF YOUR Roommate Yet?
We have I bedrooms, with dens, Just
$899! Call Today!
Woodchase Apartments; 734-998-1000
woodchase@ced-concord.com
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APTS., SUBLETS, & Rmmte(s). List
and Browse FREE! All Cities & Areas.'
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WICCAN FRIENDLY ON Traver.
Share 4 hdrm duplex. 3 1g. rooms w/ 1g.
clostes on sublevel w/ full bath. $400
ea. utl. pd smokers/pets/couples ok
$550. 734-757-7750.

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Call 888-4UM-MIP-HELP
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EARN EXTRA MONEY. Students
needed ASAP. Earn up to $150/day be-
ing a mystery shopper. No experience
required. Call 1-800-722-4791.
EGG DONORS NEEDED We are
seeking intelligent, attractive, non-
smoking women between the ages of
21-29 who are physically fit and main-
taining a healthy lifestyle. $10,000 plus
all expenses. If you have a desire to
help an infertile family please contact
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FEMALE JOB COACH/PER-
SONAL assistant for young women
with disabilities. 734-429-3215.
MAKE CASH BY being a neighbor
distributo. 1-888-221-3941.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: AT least a 3.6
high school GPA, age 18 or older, job
experience(s) extra-curricular activi-
ties, computer skills. Very flexible
hours. $12/hour. Part-time position.
Send resume to flexskills //yahoo.com
POLITICAL THEORIST PROFES-
SOR seeks top level grad student for
editorial assistance. Pay negotiable.
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For Friday, Oct. 10, 2008
ARIES
(March 21to April 19) .
Partnerships are unusually important
to you now, because both Mercury and
the Sun directly oppose you. This is a
good time to have important discussions
and settle old business.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Because you're so eager to get better
organized, capitalize on this urge. Give
yourself the best tools to do a good job.
You want a home for everything.
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
Take extra time to play and to enjoy
sports, movies, the theater and playful
activities with children. If you can take a
little vacation, this is the time to do so!
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
Home, family and domestic issues are
your primary concerns right now. Enjoy
family members. It's also a good time to
make home repairs.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Short trips, errands and increased
reading, writing and studying keep you
hopping! Enjoy conversations with oth-
ers. You're very keento enlighten people
about something.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
You're busy thinking up new ways to
make money. That's because since 2007,
many of you are in an entirely new sand-
box. (It's a whole new world.)
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
It's quite all right to put yourself first
now. This is your turn to replenish and
restore your energy for the rest of the
year. Do whatever pleases you.

SCORPIO
(Oct.23 to Nov. 21)
You need to lie low and start to plan
how you want your new personal year to
be. Your personal year is from birthday
to birthday. Any ideas?
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Get together with others, and share
your dreams and goals for the future.
The feedback of others will be helpful to
you now. Try it, and see what happens.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Because the Sun is at high noon in
your chart, it acts like a spotlight on you,
making others notice you more than
usual. You can make a great impression
on bosses.
AQUARIUS .
(Jun. 201o Feb. 18)
Try to travel or explore new ideas or
learn something if you can. You're eager
to expand your horizons and your expe-
rience of the world.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Matters are very intense now. And if
you're in love with somebody now,
that's intense, too! It's also a good time
to settle old business about shared prop-
erty.
YOU BORN TODAY You have excel-
lent financial and business savvy. You
know what you're doing. You have a
fine, analytical mind, and you're also
very reliable. You enjoy a beautiful
home, and strive to create beautiful sur-
roundings wherever you are. An impor-
tant decision this year will lead to seri-
ous work next year, as you build or con-
struct something valuable to you.
Birthdate of: Harold Pinter, play-
wright; Thelonious Monk,
composer/jazz pianist; Helen Mayes,
actress.

PARTICIPANTS FOR A psychology
experiment on simple perceptual judg- -
ments at U of M. One 2-hour 15 min. C_ &
session, pays $25. To qualify, must be
18+F, a native English speaker, and have
vision correctable to 20/20. IRB #: 100
HUM00020435. Email Natasha at
nkalaida@med.umich.edu
SPRING BREAK'09
SCOREKEEPERS NOW HIRING HOTTEST DESTINATIONS
motivated cooks for day and night part The Ultimate Party - Lowest Prices
time positions. No experience needed. www.sunsplashtours.com
Apply in person at 310 Maynard. 1-800-426-7710
734-995-0100 or Mike 734-904-5746.
WOLVERINESNEEDJOBS.COM
Paid survey takers needed in A2. *n* c-e
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys.
WORK FOR THE U! $9.25+/Hr.
Fundraise for the Michigan Telefund. 120
On campus, flexible hrs. Students, ap-
ply @ telefund.umich.edu or 763.4400.
SIGMA ALPHA LAMBDA, a Na-
tional Leadership and Honors Organiza-
C C tion with over 75 chapters across the
country, is seeking motivated students
to assist in starting a local chapter (3.0
i t95 GPA Required). Contact Rob Miner,
Director of Chapter Development at
CHILD CARE NEEDED. occasional rmtner@sathonors.urg
early mornings. 6-9 a.m. 734-355-0950.
DRIVER NEEDED FOR my 15 yr. *
old son, 10 mi. from campus, 4-8 hrs.-
/week, light housework, several meal-
sweek, grocery shopping. Own relit
able trans. needed. Call 734-761-8489. 10
S , FRENCH BULLDOG AND English
Bulldog. Male and Female available

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