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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 21, 1982-Page 13

PRISON RUTH GORDON If you find
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GIRLS Mude MICHIGAN DAILY
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NICELY FURNISHED apts. for Sept. Parking &
laundry. One block from CCRB. Efficiency. $340. One
bdrm., $385-400; one block from law quad. One bdrm.
$415. Call 971-7079. 51C0526
Eat, Drink, and be Cooperative. Fall spaces for
women at many locations and men at North Campus.
Good meals and many extras. Contact the Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.
cCtc
} Own bedroom in Cooperative housing now available.
2-3-4 month options include meals. Call or stop by the
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-
4414. cCtc
HIGHLANDS
NORTH CAMPUS
Taking applications for Fall rentals on these one and
two bedroom apartments from $307. Visit resident
managers at 1093 Broadway, Apt. 302 or call 769-3672.
San Souci
Fall Rentals
Large one and two bedroomfurnished or unfurnished
apartments available in Fall occupancy. Apart-
ments include heat, free parking, and large balcony
or patio. Located across from UM stadium. Bus ser-
vice to and from Central Campus daily.. Some
subleases
available. Call 434-0561 for information or appoint-
ments. cC02tc
( -SN A L.
Big enough for everything you need from the
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary, 1112S. University. cFtc
CAR OWNERS ... get a lifetime guarantee and pay
less for a First Quality muffler. Call for a price over
the phone 769-5913, Ann Arbor Muffler on Jackson
Ave. 1cFtc
If you are gay, or think you might be, and are male,
and would like to talk to males like yourself in a
group led by trained gay facilitators, please call 763-
4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 57F0521
Yong Hong, today is your day! Come to the Daily and
pick up your two free tickets to the State Theater.
dF0521
THE YEARBOOKS ARE IN!!! BUY OR PICK UP
YOURS TODAY AT 420 MAYNARD. dF0511
We don't have many left so come to 420 Maynard
today to buy your 1982 MICHIGAN ENSIAN!!
dF0511
Summer Arts Festival
Volunteers needed. Great fun, great experience. Call
us today or drop by at Rm. 4310 Michigan Union. 763-
4430, ask for Rita. University Artists and Craftsman
Guild. 59F0522
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered in tuxedo. All occasions. 995-1972. cFtc
WE'RE SERIOUS ABOUT WINE. Wine is only fun if
you're serious about it. The Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. cFtc
JUNE-JULY GUITAR CLASSES NOW FORMING!
Beginning and intermediate levels-8 weeks of
classes, '% hour sessions, for only $40.00. Experien-
ced professional instructor. Private lessons also
available. Call 665-8349. eFt
Want to tell someone Happy Birthday?
Happy Anniversary? Congratulations?
I Love You? I Hate You?
Perhaps You Want To Propose Marriage?
Send A Singing Telegram
UNIVERSITY SINGING TELEGRAM SERVICE
has inexpensive telegrams for any occasion.
We'll deliver anytime, anywhere in Ann Arbor.
Call 665-8349
cFtc
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cF0417
Earn extra cash $ fast in an hour to two hours twice a
week. Donate plasma $10.00 per donation-$2.00 ex-
tra first donation with this ad. Call 662-7744 for ap-
pointment. cF052

TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
cJtc
PIANO LESSONS-reasonable. Call 665-2902. Ex-
perienced teacher, B.M., M.A., M.M. and PhD.
studies in music. 5200522
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quickservice. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
eJet
Term papers, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc
Two instant color passport pictures. Only $6.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. 0417
JAZZ PIANO LESSONS front experienced
professional pianist. Currently student at New
England Conserv. of Music. Robert Rosenstock, 665-
6980. 80J0526
LOVING CHILD CARE-my tetting farm individual
garden and experienced, certified teacher will con-
tribute to your child's happy experience while you
teachor study. 4830994. 79J0528
WRITE ON...
" Creative, technical copy *
" Rewriting
" Research
" Dissertations and Manuscripts
996-0566
cJtc
TYPING-Fast, Accurate, Reasonable. Papers,
briefs, letters, dissertations (10 years experience).
SANDI, 426-5217. cJ0814
Use Daily Classifieds

Ever consider Real Estate sales? Free training,
book fees only. Call Sally Conklin Real Estate One,
995-1616. 77H0522
Need person with legal, paralegal or advocacy
training to assist me in preparing a paper. 15.00/hr.
for 4 hrs. work. Call Mon. 12-5 or Tues. 9-1; ask for
Barbara. Do not call atlany other time. 485-0680.
88H0522
Jam Grams looking for M-F individuals to deliver
stripping messages. Experience dance helpful but
notrequired. Call995-5913. 85H0527
Steven Herty, don't hurt anyone. Instead come to the
Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theater. dJ0521
SITTER for 9-mo. old & 20-mo. old in our home. Call
Pat Williams, 487-0215, 9-5 pm. After 6:30,769-3416.
66H0522
Volunteer readers needed for blind students for
Spring-Summer terms. 763-3000. 71H0522
~ATES
ROOMMATE
Tired of looking for the right roommate? Roommate
referral service can provide a list of compatible can-
didates. Inexpensive, 971-4606. 47Y0529
BICYCLES-used, reconditioned 1, 3, 5 & 10 speeds.
Bring this ad and receive$10off the price of anyused
bike in stock. Offer expires 5/29/82. Student Bike
Shop, 607 South Forest at S. University (next to
Village Corner). 65Z0528

SUBLET-one bdrm. apt. E. Ann. Price negotiable
starting June. Call 995-8833. 73U0525
Sublet furnished-July and August large efficiency.
Northwood I, quiet, cool, modern, $135. 994-9321.
75U0525
HALF PRICE FOR SUMMER
ONE OR MORE MONTHS
1328 White-Rooms in 3 bdrm. house $100/rm.,
Junethru Aug.
724 'Arch No. 4-2bdrm. apt. $250July & Aug.
4435. Division No. 2-Eff. apt. $140 July & Aug.
405 E. Jefferson No. 10-1 bdrm. apt. $150 July &
Aug.
No Pets. 663-5609
cUtc
HALF PRICE
SUMMER SUBLET FOR MODERN, FURNISHED
EFFICIENCY AT $150/MO. AND 2 BEDROOM AT
$225/MO. DAHLMANN APARTMENTS, 543 CHUR-
CH AT S. UNIVERSITY,761-7600. cUct
Ida Holeman, don't fall in the hole on your waytkh e
Daily to pick up your two free ticketa to Ike State
Theater. dQ0521
Michael Herzog, Come to the Daily and pick up your
two free tickets to the State Theater because today is
your lucky day! dU0521
Leaving A' Must sell 1972 Toyota. Good transpor-
tation, $225 572-1917 after 5 p.m. 74N0521
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