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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 13, 1981-Page 11
Surplus of doctors;
state looks at cuts
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PERSONAL
TRADITIONAL musicians sought to perform in
Festival of Folk Song and Dance, Sept. 20. For inre
info, call 769-1052. 29F0513
HELP WANTED
JASON FITCH what were you planning for this
weekend? How about going to the movies on State 1,
2, 3, 4 Theatres? All you have to do is to come to the
Daily and pick up your two free ticketh! dH0513
FEMALE MODELS WANTED. $6.00/hr. No ex-
perience needed. We will train. Apply in person-The
Velvet Touch, 215' S. Fourth Ave. 668-9755. 84Hu530
Students: Earn extra money by participating in
pychotogy experiment in your spare time. En-
perments usuatly last ne hour; absolutely no
deception or drugs involved. Call 764-1590 from 8 to 4.
66Hu515
SUMMER ART FESTIVAL STAFFING
Work study positions still open to work on summer
festival planning. Work in large arts organization,
membership and publicity.
5-15 hours/week. Art background preferred. Must be
good with public. Great work experience. Call today
763-4430 Rita, or stop by Rm 4310 Michigan Union.
92H0516
WSI WATERFRONT DIRECTOR and coun-
selors-Raanana Day Camp, Jewish Community
Council of Washtenaw County, June 24-Aug. 9, 668-
0271. 58H0516
ACTIVIST
SUMMER POSITIONS are available with the Toledo
Ohio Public Interest Campaign to work on
progressive political issues. For interview call 419-
241-9093 from 10:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. only! 59H0520
To $600/week. Inland exploration crews. Vigorous
men/women. Full/part year Wilderness terrain
nationwide. Send $5.00 for 90-company Directory &
job guidelines. Job Data: Box 172C2, FayettevilleAR
72701. 88H0521
BUSINESS SERVICES
PENNY NEER this must be your lucky day! Come
to the Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the
State Theatremidnightmovieof yourchoice! dJ0513
PROFESSIONAL TYPING AT REASONABLE
PRICES. DONNA 973-0433. 82J0515
EDITING-Dissertations, Journal Submissions, etc.
U.M. references. Nancy 662-9823, after 4. 7705J16
LSAT, GMAT preparation courses; 5 weeks;
reasonable fees; experienced teachers. For infor-
mationcall Realm Tutoring, 665-3579. 06Ja523
TYPING in my home, exp. in dissertations &
masters theses. $1.25/page for DS copy, ask for Liz
326-9300, ext. 396 or 565-1719 after 5. 11J0514
Students: Undecided about your college major? Let
us help you decide the major appropriate for you and
with a Satisfactory Employment future. In-
dividiul-$40/hr-average 3 hrs. Also small eon

Fall Option/Furnished Rooms in residential
house/Laundry/Microwave/Near Cam-
pus/Negotiable. 663-0974. 78U0519
FINE TWO bedroom in Albert Terrace. Close to
everything. All appliances. Mid-May through
August. $350monthornegot. 662-3409. 75U0514
SUBLET. Onebedroom Mod. Apt. w/Fall Option. 511
E. Hoover. Rentnegotiable. 662-2585 8 7U0516
2 BEDROOM APT. ON OLD WEST SIDE. May 25-
Aug. 25.$20rhestoffer. 004-9. 83U0516
COMFORTABLE private rues in spacious 5
hedroam house. Furnished. Great location. Spring,
summer or both. $60/month, possibly cheaper. 769-
0501. 88U0515
Sublet-June-Aug., Single room in three bedroom
apt.-just $60 a month-possible fall option, near
campus, laundry, parking, call 996-1692. dUO5tc
SUBLET ROOM in 6 bedroom house. Spring/Sum-
mer or summer only. Cheap! 420 Division. 477-3235,
422-8664. 98U0510
OPPOSITE DIAG: Living-Study loft space, kitchen
privs, no nicotine; $75/mo. each for 2 or $130for one.
Summer, possibly fall. 665-9358, 2 pm-12, or 769-1938.
72U0517
Campus-Summer sublet w/Fall options on 1, 2, & 3
bedrooms bilevel furnished apartments in modern &
older homes. 996-5929. 18U0519
ROOMS-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
080/month, possible fall option. 663-5861. 34U0522
SUBLET-Female, own room in 2 bedroom apar-
tment, parking, AC, furnished, campus across from
law school. May 16-Aug. 30. 994-3461. 46U0513
FOUR BEDROOM house to sublet. Near campus.
Fall rental option. 769-0853. 57U0522
SUBLET-Modern furnished 3-bedroom apartment,
2 bedrooms available. Close to campus. $85/mon-
th/room. Air-conditioned. Free cable TV with
movies. 996-0335. 60U0515
Great room. Great house. Great location. Grrreat
price. Free laundry 662-2899. 39U0523
Room in house to sublet for June, July and August.
Sunny with many windows and private entrance.
Washer, dryer, piano, and close to campus. Call Bill,
evenings until 10. 995-2759. dUtc
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-furnished one
bedroom, one block from Rackham. Laundry,
parking. Negotiable. 1-548-7633 or996-1911. 40U0521.
40U0521
SUMMER BARGAIN. $100/person/month for 3 per-
sons furnished apartment, Immediate occupancy.
Near cam uson High St. 665-8227. 5U
USED CA RS
Volvo 1800E-1971 auto, good mechanical condition,
excellent body, collector's item. $3700.995-1972.
SIT U ATIONS W ANTED
IMLOOKING for an attractive, friendly gal toenjoy
the summer with. I'm a well educated man in my
late 20's with above average looks who considers
himself a sensitive individual'. Let's get together,
there's a whole world to discover out there. P.O. Box
2454, Ann Arbor 48106. 0400513
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system "makes it relatively easy for
physicians to establish themselves
irrespective of existing market con-
ditions," Rosen said.
The system insulates patients from
the cost of services they receive and
allows physicians to "generate their
own demand" through marginally
necessary repeat visits, he said.
Increasing the total supply of doctors,
he said, "simply won't solve that
problem because they migrate to areas
of the state they find desirable to live
in.

Caretaker found dead
The body of a 49-year-old Ann Arbor
man was found'in his car parked behind
Pi Beta Phi sorority shortly after 10 p.m.
Monday, police said.
Police said last night they believe
Willie Lee Minor died of a heart attack,
but said an autopsy would be performed
to determine the cause of death for cer-
tain.
Minor was a caretaker for the
sorority, which is vacant for the sum-
mer, according to a student who lives
next door.
Police aren't certain if Minor went to
work for his scheduled shift at 8 a.m.,
but if he didn't, police say, the body
could have been in the car as long as 14
hours before it was discovered.
Fraternity robbed
A second-story room in Delta Upsilon
fraternity was broken into some time
between May 1 and May 10 when its oc-
cupant was out-of-town, police said. -
The thief gained access through the
unlocked window and stole a tape
recorder valued at $300 and $350 worth
of tapes.

The office investigated the oversup-
ply problem at the request of a Senate
committee. Information was provided
to support recommendations of the
latest state health care plan.
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ORIENTAL RUGS
We buy, sell, repair clean rugs and appraise. 769-8555
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Rooms-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
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