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! ! 4 BDRM. CONDO ! !
Aug 2010. North campus. FREE utils.,
A/C, ]dry. & free garage prkg. Cable
TV, FREE Internet. $659/person/mo.
! AVAILABLE MAY & Fall. Stu-
dios, one and two bedroom apartments
located on U/M Campus. Heat, water,
and prkg incl. Call Michigan Realty,
734-662-5500 or www.michcomrealty.-
com for more info.
!FOR GRAD STUDENTS ONLY ! 4
ELEVEN LOFTS has limited spaces
left in grad-only apartments for 2010-
11. New building, 2 blocks from cam-
pus, walk to downtown. Rates from
$655, great views, elevators, HDTV,
10-ft ceilings, all utilities at flat rate.
Single bedrooms avail. 734-998-4400
!NORTH CAMPUS 1-2 Bdrm. !
!! AVAILABLE FOR FALL!!
Spacious unfurnished two bedroom.
Close to U/M campus. A/C, dish-
washer, laundry, balcony, free parking.
!! NEW LISTING Avail Fall 2010!!
721 Church- Unfurnished 1 bedroom
apartment. Quiet atmosphere. Great lo-
cation, 1 blnck from South University,
near B-School & Education School,
hardwood floors, free heat, free water,
free parking. Laundry.
Call Ann 320-1244 or visit our web-
!! ROOMS HILL & State. May, or
Fall. Male. Prkg. $325/mo 845-399-
" CENTRAL CAMPUS!!!!!!!!
APTS. AT UNBELIEVEABLE
Discounted rates plus lots of extras
!!!MAY STUDIO and I bedroom apts
on UM Campus: 734-761-8220 or visit
!!AVAIL MAY - 2 bdrm w/ study.
$200 off summer rent. Newly remod-
eled kitchen & bath. 734-741-9300.
!AVAILABLE MAY! Huge 2-bdrms
on Central Campus. Heat, water, park-
ing incl, fully furnished, perfect sum-
mer locations!, Varsity Management
*****AVAIL. FOR FALL. 119 E.
Liberty. Lrg 3 bdrm apt. 1600 sq. ft. 5
min walk to Campus. 734-769-8555.
**2-BEDROOMS** TWO Central
Campus locations on S. Forest, Free
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parking incl. Dishwashers, on-site laun-
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**AVAILABLE FOR FALL:
514 Lawrence- 6 bdrm house. Price
just reduced. $2,695. 2 bath, free high
speed internet, easy access to central
campus, nursing, medical and dental
schools. D/W and laundry. Parking
available. Call Campus Mgt. 734-663-
**BUSINESS & LAW SCHOOL**
Huge 2-bdrms one block south, cov-
ered parking, new kitchens and baths,
heat, water, furnishings, and parking
incl. Varsity Management (734) 668-
AVAILABLE FALL 2010, Large 3
bdrm. house. Walking distamnce from
campus. 945 Woodlawn. Contact Mike
*FALL 2010* HUGE 2 Bdrm
Bi-Level Apt. 1 1/2 Oaths,
Prime Location, Easily fits 4.
*FALL 2010* HUGE 3 Bdrm
Bi-Level Apt. 1 1/2 Baths,
Prime Location, Easily fits 5.
*GET FREE PARKING (where avail)
when you sign a new lease by April
15th. That's a $300 savings!!!
Act Now!!! Call 734-996-1991 or visit
1 OR 2 bdrm apts avail. U of M
discount! Spectacular North Campus
Location. Call 734.663.8463.
2 BDRM ACROSS from West &
South Quad. Furnished, FREE heat, wa-
ter & garage parking. 734-741-9300.
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AVAIL MAY & Sept. 2010 1 & 2
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S. State. Ldry, free prkg. 734-904-6735.
Think outside the Box (dorms)
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536 South Forest
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
5-7 BDRM house avail. Fall 2010. 510
Catherine. 7 bdrms total. 3 bath, 4 prkg
spaces, Indry, tenants pay all alil. 5
bdrm-$2750, 6 bdrmn-$2950, 7
bdrm-$3150. Call 734-996-1991.
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536 S. Forest Ave.
Ann Arbor, M 48160
AVAIL. 9/1/10 WILLIAM & Divi-
sion. Eff., 1 bdrn., and 2 bdrm. apt. w/
security buzzer. Laundry facility & sep-
arate storage lockers. Gallatin Realty
Beautiful 1 bdrm. apt. Hardwood
floors, bay window, new kitchen. 2
blocks to campus. 734-944-2405.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2010:
535 S. 5th- 4 bdrm house, onsite laun-
dry and a parking spot.
316 W. Stadium- 3 bdrm house. hard-
wood floors, dishwasher, onsite laun-
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the stadium. Rent now or for Fall 2010.
Call Canmps Mg. (( 734-663-4101
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*Spacious -Ibedroom apartments
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AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2010:
1028 Fuller- Prices just reduced
2 bedroom apartments, $950 - $995
close to nursing, dental and medical
schools, easy access to central campus.
Furnished, onsite laundry and parking.
1025 Packard 2 bedrooms - $1,075 Lo-
cated 5 blocks from central campus,
heat, water and parking included. Call
Campus Mgt @ 734-663-4101.
*1028 Fuller- 2 bdrm apartment avail-
able in the shadow of U of M hospital,
fumished, heat, water and parking in-
cluded. Move in today.
*1116 White- Studio apartment within
walking distance of central campus,
Call Campus Mgt (c 734-663-4101.
Ask about our specials.
AVAILABLE MAY & SEPT. 2010.
1,2,3 bdrms apts. Near Business School
and Law School. 734-222-9033.
AVAILABLE NOW!!! VERY spa-
cious 2 bedroom house. Hardwood
floors. Fireplace. Sun room. Clean, dry
basement. FQOTBALL PARKING!
$800/month. 1515 S. State St., off of
Stadium. Call (941) 962 - 9014.
FALL 2010 ! I bedroom apt. available
in prime location. Heat & Water in-
cluded. $799/month. 734-665-8825.
FALL 2010 7 Bedroom 3 bath house.
Free parking. $3200 per month. 1207
Prospect. Call Brian 734-260-6836.
FIND YOUR NEXT HOUSE OR
See great places on an interactive map
or Classified listings with full descrip-
tions, features, and prices
HUGE 5 BDRM/2 Bath house, 820 W.
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town. Hidden GEM. $1900/mo. Avail
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LIVE ON A LAKE. Recently reno-
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campus. $995/month plus utilities. Call
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GREAT CAMPUS APTS.!
608 Monroe - Behind S. Quad
Eff., Bi-level 1 and 2 Bdrm. apts.
Call Amanda at 231.633.7143 or email
815 S. State - Between Arbor & Hill
Lg. 2 Bdrm. apts (over 1100 sqft. each)
Call David at 248.935.2159 or email
711 Arch - Between State & Packard
I & 2 Bdrm. apts.
Call Phil at 734.662.5270
Call above numbers or email for
showings or please stop by!
New Lower Rates!
MAY LEASES STUDIO-3 bdrms.
avail. on Central Campus. 741-9300
MAY TO MAY Leases
3 Bedroms Park Plaza'
1320 S. University
NEWER FURN. 6-bdrm apts. Walk
to central & athletic campus, Law &
Business schools. Groups or individual.
SINGLE RM LEASES. $580/bdrm &
up. SIX-BD RM UNITS $3,480.00 and
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3 Sappy trees By Donna S. Levin 04/07110
(c)2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
For Thursday, April 8, 2010
(March 21 toApril 19)
You might have found it difficult to be
efficient at work lately because Saturn is
slipping backward. The best way to han-
dle this isto finish old business.
(April 20to May 20)
The best way to handle creative proj-
ects or anything having to do with show
business, the entertainment world and
children is to finish what you have
already started. Work with what you
(May 21 toJune 20)
You cannot ignore old business related
to family, home and your domestic life.
You can't go forward until you deal with
this stuff in the past.
(June 21 to July 22)
You might have to rethink recent job
moves or residential moves. What was
left undone? Go back to the beginning
and sort this out.
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Finish old ways of earning money
before you go on to new ways.
Sometimes this takes patience, because
it's more exciting to move ahead than to
finish what is already on your plate.
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
You have an opportunity to finish up
some important work, especially with
partnerships and close friendships. It
will be easier than you think.
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Contimue to look for ways to stream-
line your life. You have to let go of peo-
ple, places and things that are no longer
relevant. It's time to move on.
(Oct. 23 toNov. 21)
You cannot ignore old challenges that
you have to face when dealing with
groups. This might apply toa friend or to
people in a group situation. Don't try to
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
Some of you might find your best
career opportunities in old business. In
other words, it might benefit you to look
over your shoulder and resurrect some-
thing from the past.
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Continue to explore ways to finish
school and training, or perhaps to travel
somewhere you went before to learn
something. Old legal matters can be
rehashed now as well.
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
Finish up old business with shared
property. You need to do this before you
move forward with something new.
Wrap Up loose ends.
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Old business with ex-partners and
ongoing partners is still on your plate.
Actually, this is a good time to finish
whatever you can.
YOU BORN TODAY You have a
strong social conscience, which makes
you fight for your personal causes. You
are fair-minded and very much con-
cerned with justice. You will always
stick up for the underdog. Despite your
genuine concern for others, you are per-.
sonally very independent. You set high
ethical standards for yourself. Your year
ahead is wonderfully social and excel-
lent for relationships.
Birthdate of: Barbara Kingsolver,
author; Julian Lennon, musician; Robin
Wright Penn, actress.
2010 King Features Syndicate, Inc.