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JOYFUL humanist, female, early 40's, PhD. seeks
mature man of great personal integrity, emotional
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the whole gamut of human possibilities-including
possibly marriage and a child eventually. Good Man,
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ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear; swimwear: 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off
BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary. 1112S. University. cF0815
Under the Rose
HOWARD REITZ, this is your day! Come to the Daily
and pick up your two free tickets to the State Theatre
midnight show. dF0516
REPLACE YOUR 'MUFFLER BETWEEN
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JOHN-pick up some German wine, on special at the
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Two instant color passport pictures only $5.60 by Van
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HELP MAKE AIIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF
PRESCHOOLERS. Pound House Children's Center,
a. multi-cultural pre-school on campus, offers a
responsible volunteer role w/children 2 -5. Spring
and summer terms. Possible academic credit. 76-
MARY KAY COSMETICS presents the exciting
Fashion Forecast for fabulous spring and summer
looks. Call 995-3929 for a Complimentary facial and
allyourMaryKayneeds. cF' 20
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Specializing in barbeque fare for over 15 years!
plarbeqie Beef and Pork, Chicken, Fish
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Corner of Fifth, across from The Farmer's Market
Mon., Wed., Thurs., Sun., 11 am
Carryout or Home Delivery after 4:00
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. 64H0530
SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL
Work study positions still open to work on summer
festival planning. Work in large arts organization,
imembership 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.
WSI WATERFRONT DIRECTOR and coun-
selors-Raanana Day Camp, Jewish Community
Council of Washtenaw County, June 24-Aug. 9, 660-
LEGAL SERVICES NEEDS
WORK STUDY PEOPLE
Outgoing, bright, energetic person interested in pur-
suing legal career needed t work at Student Legal
Sevices. 1-,0 hsweek - 2/hr. Typing skils
preferred. Cult 0 bihic at 76'3-992." 6HO5tO
LEGAL SERVICESNEEDS VOLUNTEERS
Outgoing, bright, energetic volunteers needed to
work at student legal services in exchange for
valuable law-related experience. Call Debbie at 763-
CANVASSERS for Michigan Coalition on Utilities
and Energy. 40 hrs/week. $125 starting. Call963-2467.
Working in metropolitanDetroit. 94H0520
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Tues.-Fri., 12:30-4:30 pm.
2 girls: l and 5 yrs. Arborland area. Must be depen-
ASTHMATICS NEEDED FOR DRUG STUDY.
NANCY CAPLAN, come to the Daily and pick up
your two free tickets to the State Theatre's midnight
show of your choice! dH0516
LSAT, GMAT preparation courses; 5 weeks;
reasonable fees; experienced teachers. For infor-
mationcall Realm Tutoring, 665-3579. 06J0523
EDITING-Dissertations, Journal Submissions, etc.
U.M. references. Nancy662-9823, after 4. 7705J16
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Neelle anytime, 971-2364
HOUSE SITTING-Responsible, professional coup e
to stay at your home and give it a lot of TLC while
you're away. Contact Julie or Markat 426-8594 after 6
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
May 17, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175off i-94,
275 dealers, everything guaranteed "Early Birds"
welcome 5 a.m. Admission$1.00. Free parking.
ADVANCED intermediate women tennis players to
form group at U of M track and tennis.995-0036.
RADIX Education in Feeling and Purpose. Classes,
Tuesdays 7:30 p.m. Donation$2. Ca11662-9525.
ORIENTAL RUGS '
We buy, sell, repair clean rugs and appraise. 769-8555
or 995-7597. eMtc
VW SCIROCCO-78-AM/FM Stereo cassette, air,
cruise control, alloy wheels, rear window
wahrw .995-769-8082. OSN0520
CASH FOR FOOTBALL COUPONS-Any
riority-994-9353, 663-8821. 35Q0529
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Graduate Student
preferred. Close to campus. 769-4760. 07Y0521
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SUBLET Large, sunny efficiency wood floors kit
chen, hathroom mid-June or July-August. $220 ex=
tremely' negotiable. Quiet friendly Burns Park
neighborhood. Will leave furniture, dishes, staples.
Campus-Summer sublet w/Fall options on 1, 2, & 3
bedrooms bilevel furnished apartments in modern &
older homes. 996-5929. . 18U0519
Avail. Now-Aug. 1 bedroom, furnished, campus,
A/C, Dishwasher, 2 Balcony view-must see. $185
SPRING-SUMMER. Female. I bedroom in ,2
bedroom apartment. Furnished, security, laundry.
662-9772. . 03U0520
in 6 bedroom houses on S. Division and E. Madison.
One block from Campus. $75/month includes
utilities. Parking included. Living and dining rooms,
kitchen. Bathroomsshared. No pets. 663-5609.
$250 one bedroom apartment for only $200/month.
June through August. All utilities paid. Completely
furnished. Fall lease possible. Call 662-3966 after 6
Sublet room in Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home.
Large backyard with garden and sundecks. Close to
Arb. $110/negotiable. 665-0018
FOUR BEDROOM house to sublet. Near campus.
Fall rental option. 769-0853. 57U0522
AVAILABLE bedroom in clean, spacious 4-person
co-ed house. Sundeck, fireplace, washer and dryer.
Group-oriented, semi-cooperative. May-May. Rent
negotiable. 665-500. 27U0516
FEMALE SUBLET: June-August. Own room in
large townhouse. Temois and pool. Quiet.'Geddes
Lake. Call Chris995-502. 12U0521
JULY-AUGUST SUBLET. One bedroom in 2
bedroom apt. Beautifully furnished including piano
& double bed. $130/month. (negotiable) 995-4629 or
SUBLET ROOM in 6 bedroom house. Spring/Sum-
mer or summer only. Cheap! 420 Division. 477-325,
OPPOSITE DIAG: Living-Study loft space, kitchen
privs, no nicotine; $75/mo. each for 2 or $130 for one.-
Summer, possibly fall. 665-9358, 2 pm-12, or 769-1938.
Fall Option/Furnished Rooms in residential
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ROOMS-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
80/month,possiblefalloption. 663-5861. - 34U0522
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SUMMER BARGAIN. $100/person/month iuasp;r-
sons furnished apartment. Immediate occupancy.
Near campus on High St. 665-8227. 35U0509
SUBLET. One bedroom Mod. Apt. w/Fall Option. 511
E. Hoover. Rentnegotiable. 662-2585. 87U0516
2 BEDROOM APT. ON OLD WEST SIDE. May 25-
Aug.25. $2t0orbestoffer. 994-4639. 83U0516i
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Windermere and one just north of
POLICE CHIEF Jeff Villella said the
Windermere hole was located between
a private swimming pool and a lake and
posed no .threat to structures. It
developed late Thursday and was about
40 feet wide.
The Tampa sinkhole opened yester-
day morning and took part of a subur-
ban Lake Magdalene lawn and
driveway. It was reported to be 10 to 12
feet across and about 10feet deep.
In Altamonte Springs, a suburban
Orlando comiunity north of Winter
Park, officials reported no expansion of
a 50-by-40-foot abyss which swallowed
up trees and parts of vegetable plots of
two properties and caused a thin crack
in the foundation of one house.
Dominick Cipollone and his neighbor
John McLelland moved out of their
homes temporarily while soil engineers
studied the hole and pondered what to
do about filling it up.
A SINKHQLE also developed in an
Auburndale orange grove, but police
spokesman John Lyons said it did not
appear to be growing. It was estimated
at 60 feet wide by 5 feet deep.
Geology engineer Bryant Marshall, a
private consultant, said the cavities
which opened up Thursday were more
''typical" in size than the 400-by-100-
foot cavity in Winter Park.
A $40,000 Porsche 928 was lifted out of
that pit late Thursday. City officials
had denied permission for the
operation, but the insurer of the car,
Reliance Insurance Co., pledged a $5
million liability policy to cover any fur-
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