Wednesday, June 2, 1993 - The Mhgn Daiy mer Weekly-7
764-0557 Students, faculty enjoy
Ann Arbor sprinatime
6 Bedroom House
Copi Properties " 663-5609
HSE. AVAIL. NOW or Sept. 528 Walnut,
short walk to CCRB. 5 bdrm, 2 bath, furn.
incl. Idry. Off st. prkg. $1000/mo. thru Aug.
incl. utils. $1500/mo. + utils. Sept. 971-2250.
HSE. AVAIL. SEPT. 932 Dewey, short
walk to IM bldg. 5 bdrm., 2 bath furn. incl.
Idry. Exc. off-st. prkg. $1300/mo. + utils.
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Great locations still
available for May & Sept!
IDEAL STUDENT LOCATION 4 Bdrm.
apt. at 1421 S. University. Parking, laundry,
dishwasher, fireplace. 663-6138.
MAY TO MAY. Rooms, 1 & 2 bdrm. pts.
Paid heat & water. Med., athletic, central
ecaps. locations. A/C, pkng., Idry. Call Judy,
Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer Properties
MCKINLEY TERRACE & HOUSE-'93.
Beautiful & contemporary 1 bdrmns. Fully
furnished with pkng. & ldry. facilities From
" $575 Y ou w ll be im press ed! 741 9300.Ky t n
MILLER & FIRST- Quiet, contemporary 1
bedrooms. Convenient to downtown and
Furnished or unfurnished studios & I bdrm.
condos now avail. for summer & fall. Great
views, 1 blk. from Diag, free basic cable,
security entrance system with 24 hr. door
guard & on-sight laundry. Summer rates
available. Visit Tower Plaza today or call
QUIET 1 BDRM on E. Jefferson. Frkg ,
Indry., heat & water. $575 668-2817.
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ROOM FOR WOMAN in 3 Bdrm. Apt.
close to cmps. Dwshr. Idry. $75/mo. 662-
ROOM IN A HOUSE
Prkg., Indry., furn., 3 baths rents $275-350
for fall. Oakland Mgt. 761-7491.
Student Housing, Inc.
Great Campus Apartments
for Spr/Su & Fall '93
* Hurry! Call Today!
ROOMS FOR RENT. Clean quiet building.
Convenient campus location @ 325 E.
Jefferson. un. updated singlet & doubles
from $295. Call Judy, Heather or Todd@
Oppenheimer Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
SPACIOUS, MODERN 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. Call Post Realty at 761-8220.
STATE AT PACKARD! Spcio 3-bdrm.
apt. with kitchen skylight. Rent $1000, incl.
heat & water. Unfurn. above Campus Corner
Party Store. Sept.-Sept. 973-3185
TIRED OF NASTY CARPET, broken
down log cabin furniture. & general
dreariness? Check out our new look @ Fuller
East Apts. A new style and new Mgmt. Call
Judy, Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
To a quality camps area efficiency, studio,
1, 2, or 3 bedroom apt for Fall, 1993. Yes
can shoose either a furnished or unfurnished
style, many with parking, laundry, A/C,
balcones, and cable available. For more
information and a personal viewing
Wilson White Company, Inc.
Equal Housing Opportunity
UNIQUE CONTEMPORARY DUPLEX 2
bdrm., loft, Irg. bath w/ skylight, 33 ft. living/
dining room area w/ vaulted ceilings, yard, 3
pkng., 2-4 people, off East U., nice &
spacious. $990. 747-6832.
3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE for sublet
between mid-June & mid-September. Has a
spacious basement, laundry, exercise, kids'
playing facilities. Furnished, color TV, VCR,
music system, telephone. Rent: $650 or BO.
Call 763-8463, leave message.
ATTRACTIVE FURN. STUDIO at 709
Church St. avail. starting now. Rent $200.
Call Euni at 998-1486 leave message.
AVAIL IMMED: 1 bdrm. fain. ap. for
sAm. Clean. Short walk o camps. $280/b.
Ut3s. incl. Great deal. 764-7644.
CHEAP SUMMER SUBLET on Walnut.
Avail. May 24. $150/mo. Share bdrm. with
male rmme. Call Dave at 930-0028.
Wilson White Company, Inc.
Equal Housing Opportunty
OWN BDRM. in quaint two bdrm. fern. apt.
$150/mo. neg. Catherine & State. Call 741-
9662 after 7pm or leave message.
SPR/SUM 2 BEDROOM
Near South Quad, air cond., prkg., par. furn.
Oakland Management 761-7491.
Avail. summer semester at the Student Co-
ops. Singles approx. $180; doubles approx.
$120. tnc. all utils., edry., parties, & friendly
housemates. Meal contracts also avail. Call
ICC at 662-4414.
SUMMER SUBLET! Great Location, I or 2
Nsm. apt. 408 Hill st. 3. Jne, July, & Ag.
Make offer. Call Kevin 668-1932
ADOPTION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
void in our lives. Let's help each other
through this difficult time. Our warm home
and loving hearts are waiting for the chance.
JoAnne col. 313-946-9555.
DOES YOUR ROOMMATE have bizarre
fetishes? If so, I'd like to hear about them for
a research project. Call 313-676-0934 &
leave a daytime phone number.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Ltus help you choose life 769-7283
Classes now forming for these and other
50 years of experience
The most current and extensive materials
Call KAPLAN at 662-3149
to arrange a FREE diagnostic test.
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applcatfons. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
A COMPANION fur a mildly diabled 15
yr. old girl. 2 or 3 afternoons/wk. Own
transportation required. 662-3044,
ATTENTION COLLEGE STUDENTS!
Aggressive salespeople wanted for summer
work. Complete training & kit supplied. Ex-
pected earning potential of 10-15K. Contact
Mr. Sparks at (313) 227-4270.
ATTRACTIVE female models wanted for
portrait, figure, boudoir photography. No ex-
perience necessary. Will create portfolio at
no expense. Some part time work available.
Call Alpsa Productions after 6 p.m. 483-
CHILDCARE needed in our Ann Arbor
home ASAP for 4 & 2 yr. old boy/girl.
Energetic, non-smoker with own
transportation. Approx. 15 hours/week. Call
after 5:00 at 665-9013.
CHILDCARE NEEDED in our home. Late
aftearly eve. Mon. thea Thurs. need car.
CUSTOMER CONTACT rep. 10/20 hrs./
wk. Small environmental company. Articu-
late conversation a musts $6/hr. w/bonuses
contact Julie at 995-7266.
HOME HEALTH ASSISTANT needed.
Part-time. Meal preparation, laundry, grocery
shopping, errands. 6/hour. 668-7396.
KNOW a doctor? Set appt. to show
software program & earn $200. Call Chantell
for details. 769-4642.
SHARP STUDENTS Communications com-
pany looking to expand. Training provided.
Part or full time. 998-0099. 9-5pm.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS full & part-
time. Call Child Care Connection. 994-1150.
SWIM (WSI) & GYMNASTICS IN-
STRUCTORS needed by Community
EduaCtion and Recetaon.bWeekdsyhoors
available beginning in June. Year-round part-
time hours available. Apply immediately at
2765 Boardwalk, Ann Arbor 994-2300 ext.
TECHNICAL GLASS BLOWING
apprenticeship. Engineering drop-outs looked
upon favorably. Learn laser tube & electronic
glass fabrication. Send resume to:
Engineering, P.O. Box M1567, Ann Arbor
48108. Informal replies ok. Include telephone
number and best time to call.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTt'NITIES at SOS.
Lend a hand in helping with those in need in
our community. Crisis counselors, homeless
family shelter volunteers, children's summer
camp volunteers and food pantry volunteers
are all needed. Call 485-8730 for information
on June training.
YARD WORK; weeding & mowing, part
time June. $6/hr. 747-8223
FOR RENT: Secluded cabini N. C. mtns.
Perfect for contemplation & writing. Prefer
month/season tenant. 665-7799.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lsssons, repair, music.
Tune-up & lesson specials. What's free?
FEMLE NON-SMOKER attending grad
school a SUNY Stony Brook Fall 93. Lok-
ing for female grad to share apt. or house in
that area. Call 769-1212 ASAP.
FEMALE SUBLETIER needed to share 6
person house through Aug. Great single
avail. Call Marilyn Collect 616-538-0357.
LOOKING for 1 or 2 fem. roommates to
share 4 bdrm. apt. on S. Univ. Fall Ise. Call
Amy 291-4520 or Kristin 671-0993.
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By AtlZA MENDEL
FOR THE DAY
An entirely different atmosphere
develops around town after the dorms
clearoutand throngs ofstudents evacu-
ate Ann Arbor.
Despite the opportunity to escape
the University, some students opt to
Too broke to travel, trapped into a
twelve month lease or faced with the
horrifying prospect of spending four
whole months with their parents -
many students choose to take spring/
Whether they need the credits to
graduate or just find spring and sum-
ter, some students said there are defi-
nite advantages to spring classes.
"People just seem so much more
laid back during Spring Term" said
Eileen Hamm, an LSA senior.
saidheenjoysteaching during thesum-
mer because students have fewer
classes and more concentration.
"I am able to get a good focus
without putting excessive pressure on
them," he said.
Friedman spoke of one danger of
teaching in the Summer Term - he
said he must resist the temptation to
teach in shorts.
In an effort to stay cool, Friedman
wearscotton slacks to teach class. One
day, in dire need of doing laundry, he
was left with only one pair of white
boxers - speckled with little red
cupids. He wore these under a pair of
white slacks and went off to teach his
"It wasnt until years later that I
found out that the boxers had shown
through my slacks and that the sight
had made me famous among the law
students,' he said.
Friedman added that he feels there
is a stronger sense of camaraderie
among students during the summer
Kathryn Herrick, an LSA junior,
said she finds people are friendlier in
her spring classes than they are during
the regular school year.
"I think this is because those who
stay are upperclassmen," Herrick said,
"and less stressed about school,"
Most students find they have more
free time during spring and summer
Sonia Maurdeff, an LSA senior,
said she likes the reprieve from the
miserable Michigan winter.
"It's fun going tothe Arb, drinking
atDominick's and seeing moviesat the
Top of the Park," she said.
Eric Santos, a doctoral candidate
in the School of Music, said he likes to
usehisincreased freedom toassimilate
and expand the mass of information he
takes in during the winter,
LSA senior Maize Woodford said
peopleneverreallylose the feeling that
summer is meant for vacation.
"While you aren't completely free
of responsibilities, the responsibilities
feel less weighty," she said.
She added that her classes take on a
festive air once the weather gets warm.
Of course, with all this free time
andfun, students findfunding becomes
While it is often difficult to find a
job which pays a living wage in Ann
Arbor, the job search seems to be a bit
easier after the exodus of students.
"The jobs aren't necessarily bet-
ter," LSA senior Travis Langekamp
said, "but there are definitely more of
Peter Tierney, a recent University
grad, saidthat he always foundthe best
jobs when he stayed in Ann Arbor
during the summer.
"By staying and working in Ann
Arborover the summer,"hesaid,"Igot
my foot in the door of the company
which I work at now."
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