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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 24, 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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® V0tWAt 7AMEIpA.41.
Sfee Europe by bus.

Daily Classifieds

Snowed-in Gridders
Conduct Scrimmage

apoplexy
doug beller

{ In fact, see Europe in your
choice of buses. The newVolks-
wagen Station Wagon comes,
as a 7- or9-seater.(The 7-seater
is standard and has an aisle all
the way through. Like a bus
should.)
There's room in the back of
the bus for 10 or 12 good-sized
valises.
The man to see about buy-

ing one here is the man'to see
about having one waiting for
you in Europe. Your local au-
thorized Volkswagen dealer.
He'll arrange licensing and 'de-
livery and even give you the
scoop on how to get it back
home.
It'll be nice to have a family
bus with about twice the inside
room of most conventional
wagons. And VWs save you
money on travel expenses. On
either side of the Atlantic.

Continued from Page 5
USED CARS
1963 BUICK SKYLARK convertible,
V-8 engine, automatic transmission,
power steering, new tires, radio, snow
tires. 1 owner, $995. Call George, 665-
2886. N29
1964 TRIUMPH Herald Conv., Br. Rac-
ing Green, good cond., recent major
tune-up. $450 or best offer over $450.
764-9055. N25
1966 MG MIDGET. Roadster convert-
ible. Red with wire axels. Has had
recent motor tune-up..Call 761-8686.
N10
DODGE DART, 1966: 4 door, $1350. Call
761-0256, 9 A.M.-2 P.M. only. N23
1966 TEMPSET Lemans CONVERT. -
Black and black, 4-speed stick, con-
sole, power steering, wire wheels.
23,000 miles. LIKE NEW. $1800 or
best offer. CALL 769-2735 or see at
1114 S. Forest. Nil
FOR SALE
1967 Austin Healey, MK III, BR .
R&H, convert., low mileage, over-
drive. Priced low, must sell. 668-9478.
Ask for Wayne in 3. N12
PORSCHE 912, 1966 green, 5-speed,
radial ply tires, AM-FM, ski rack.
driving lights, 31,000 miles. $3100,
owner relocating. 965-3000. Don Lucas
Delta Air Lines. Detroit. N15
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: 1 ticket to Europe' on UAC
flight-6 wks., May 9-June 20. 769-
5952. K14

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Green chem lab bk. Reward.
449-4484. A21

TRANSPORTATION
UNION FLIGHT NO. 3 May-August.
$230. 662-0309. G32
PHOTO SUPPLIES
BRAND NEW SPECIALS
Exakta 1000 F2.0 Zeisslens with delux
case, only $149.95.
Exakta 500 F2.8 Zeisslens with delux
case for $79.95
Praktica Nova with F2.0 Zeiss
Auto lens, now $99.95.
Miranda Auto Mex III F1.9 lens
with case, sale price $149.95.
While they last-Canon FX F1.8
lens case, $139.95.
CENTURY CAMERA #
12838 Woodward-Detroit
TO 5-0300
Take Edsel Ford Expr, to John Lodge
North-Exit Glendale-Right-Turn to
Woodward
OPEN SUNDAYx
12-3 P.M.

Weather conditions reminiscent
of the "Great Blizzard Bowl" of
1950 forced the Wolverine grid-
ders indoors for their opening
scrimmage, yesterday afternoon.
The inclement weather could
not, however, put the damper on
a spirited Michigan squad which
spent, the afternoon banging
heads in Yost Field House.
The fact that no score was kept
did not lessen the competitive
edge of the seemingly inspired
squad as testified to by the grid-
dars' filthy mud-spattered faces
and not infrequent rally of flash-
ing fists.
Head coach Bump Elliott was
pleased by the desire shown by
the team so early in the year.
"The boys showed great enthu-
siasm especially considering the
weather. The team attitude has
been real fine all week."
It came as no surprise to any-
one in the small crowd on hand
to see the Blue team, paced by
the backfield of Dennis 'Brown,
Ron Johnson, Garvy Craw, and
John Gabler, grind up the inex-
F1 P A A

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AUTHORIZED DEALER
I think we'd like to see Europe from a VW wagon. It sure beats running to
catch a train or a plane or a regular bus. Send us your illustrated price list.
Name
Address
City State zip#

By ELLIOTT BERRY

DARKROOM SUPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPER

4

WE BUY, TRADE, SELL
(Michigan Bank & Security Charge.
accepted)

21

Howard Cooper
Volkswagen
Ann Arbor
2575 S. State
Open Mon. & Thurs. Till 9 P.M.

AUTHOZED
DEALER

NEW FACULTY needs house for Aug.
'68. Prefers 3 bdrm., good condition.
Location near University and schools
(eg. Burns Park). Will visit AA in
April. Principles only, please send
details. J. E. Taylor, 10644 Blythe,
Los Angeles, Cal. 90064. K13-
LOST AND FOUND I
LOST: Sunglasses. Men's Prescription.j
Brown case. Tuesday on campus. Re-I
ward. 764-9703. A2

761-3200
Tourist Delivery Available

ZOOM LENS!
Be at your psychedelic best when you
shoot your next pictures. Don't 'be
caught with your lens off when the
action's hot. Rokunar lens: 55-90mm
zoom, f4. Brand new. $75. Andy, 764-
0552, 761-8472. DC
Join
The Dail
Sports Staff

RON JOHNSON
perienced Yellow squad defense.
At the same time the veteran
Blue team defense stopped the
Yellow running attack, anchored
by senior Warren Sipp, dead in
its tracks. Coach Elliott, however,
had reason to be encouraged by
the Yellow squad's freshman
aerial combination of quarterback
Don Moorhead to end Tom Mc-.
Caffrey.
While being generally happy
with yesterday's opening scrim-
mage, Elliott was not about to
overemphasize the importance of
the day's action. "You can't tell
much from a workout like this, es-
pecially the first one," he noted,
"there's a lot of improvement to,
be made but on the whole things
went real well'today."
In spite of the hard hitting the
only injury was a very minor knee
injury to linebacker Cecil Pryor.
"I hope-this is an indication of
our luck for the whole season,"
chimed Elliott.

Could be your governor is stupid, but mine is a different kind
of bird altogether. The governor is Feller Rocksinhead. The state
is Old New York.
Called Rocks by his aids and friends who won't stand for
the formality of his first name, Feller, he is one of those charis-
matic people whose name always comes up for the Gop president-
ial nomination along with Harold Soften, Thomas E. Dooley and
Richard Nixoff.
But Rocks, like we said before, is different. While the others
fight to their inevitable defeat and in general act like they want
to be nominated, Rocks can't make up his mind.
The trouble is, it's always seem-
ed that a whole lot of people want a
Rocks to be their President. The
statement that the Vice President 2
would be easier for the Brand X
party to beat in November than
the governor was first made by '
the National Brand X party*. **
chairman in 1950. And at that
time even Nixoff was no soft
touch. v
But Rocks didn't have the nerve,
to go through and made this deal
to get some of his pet liberal M
planks in his own party's plat- FELLER ROCKSINHEAD
form and fell asleep.
In 1964 Rocks was the odds on choice to be his party's
nominee except he got happy all of a sudden and couldn't wait.
So, the country was stuck with Goldfarb to run against Jensen
and picked one of the two eveils but lost in the long run. The
New York divorcee 'remarried and slept again, while everybody
admired his decision.
In '68 Jensen made enough goof-ups to breathe life into the
Gop, and the whole gang went at it once again. Once again Rocks
didn't even make a fight of it.
This is getting to be a little too much to take. Rocks, why
don't you ever make a fight of it?
"It's like this. Wen I was first elected governor, I split the
Gop right down the middle. I can't help it because I'm charismatic
and my own ideas don't groove with the party regulars. Anyway,
for a long while I couldn't get anything done in the state.
"Things were pretty bad until Brand X was also split right
down the middle when Bobby Kenny was made Senator. Now, I
could do anything I wanted if only my part was just a little less
split-up than Kenny's, and he stayed in the nation's capital.
"Eventually, my party found out that if they did things my
way they could get things done, even if some of them still wouldn't
follow me.
....."I got so much done that I figured at last it was my turn to..
be President. I was all set towipe out Nixoff when all of a sudden. .
.Bobby decided he wanted to be President also. But if he left the..
state, the, Brand X'er would unsplit themselves and take over. So. .
I felt obligated to gq back and try to mess things up a littte..
more...........
"After all, that's what I do best."

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WILLIAM RUSHER

Publisher of "The National Review"

Spring

Fun'

Time

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"A liberal thinks somebody else needs help.
A radical knows that he is the one who needs help."
-Rev. William Sloane Coffin
WHAT IS RUSHER?
HE KNOWS HE IS RIGHT.
Rusher on
Revolutionaries and Reformers
Panel
Professor Peter Eckstein-Economics
Professor Sandalow-Law School-
Professor Stephen Tonsor-History
Roger Rapoport-Need I Say More?

FLY A KITE!

FLY A FRISBEE!

LEN QUENON
Believes.
"Effective Investigation
of the Complaints
of all Citizens"
DEMOCRAT SECOND WARD
Vote Monday, April 1

Play Bonnie & Clyde. Squirt each other with water guns.
Play jaxs or roller skate, or ride a new Schwinn or Ra-
leigh bicycle, or select a good game, or choose a good
boat, car or plane kit. Charlie Brown Assortments.
EXPERT BIKE REPAIRS
COME IN AND BROWSE FOR THE UNUSUAL
CAMPUS BIKE & TOY

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Paid Political
Announcement

UNION-LEAGUE

JNION-LEAGUE

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4:30 P.M.

Natural Science Aud.
Sponsored by Challenge '68

ANNOUNCING THE
PETITIONING FOR

514 E. William

SUMMER COMMITTEE
GENERAL CHAIRMAN

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The Course Evaluation Program
Is Proud To Announce Its New

Central Committee

Frank Viviano
Joel St6cker
Hillary Esbitt
Charlie Harris

co-chairinan
co-chairman

Bernthia Rosenberg
Judy Gansberg.

secretary
treasurer
personnel
associate
editor
associate

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APRIL

aOn April 3, Many Young American
throughout the country will publicl
and collectively return their draf
cards, relinquish their deferment
and declare that they can no longe
in conscience cooperate with the s
lective service system and this gov
ernment's immoral and illegal war.

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PETITIONS DUE:
MARCH 25, 1968

Pick Up Petitions in the UAC
Offices, Second Floor,
Michigan Union

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Mike Griffith
Larry Eisenberg
Karen Bonwi t
Jean Ruth
Marty Koenig
Joel Markowitz

data processing and questionnaire
associate

KIDS' BENEFIT (ONCERT-'68
TUESDAY, March 26--8:30 P.M.
CANTERBURY HOUSE, 330 Maynard

data collection

THERE WILL BE A MEETING FOR THOSE
WHO ARE CONSIDERING THIS ACTION .. .

associate

Jane Eakin
Judy Cravets

publications co-chairman
publications co-chairman

TUESDAY, MARCH 26
7-30 IN THE GUILD HOUSE

BLUES-ROCK-JAZZ

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