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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesdoy* March 27 1968

Poge Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 27 1968

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FOR SALE USED CARS
FULLERETS-IN-RESIDENCE 1959 TR-3-New transmission, paint
Top quality brushes, combs, tooth job, and tires. Excellent cond. Call
brushes, and other necessities. Reas- 483-6100, ext. 2694. N34
onably priced. Convenient to order H - 196__ EUGOT-_6___ _m
pay on delivery. Call 764-6882. B40 HEY STUD-1969 PEUGOT - 60.000 mi.
engine in real good cond. Best offer.
FOR SALE: 1962 BMW R-27. Phone 761-3187 - Buzzy, N33

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PERSONAL
IN CASE YOU MISSED
THE FIRST ONE
MASS
MEETING
To Propose Changes in
Ed. School
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
8 P.M.-UES Aud.
Sponsored by
SEI
Students for Educational Innovation
F36
SERVICES-Joint study programs, co-
operative - coeducational only Call
Joe or John at 663-5817. F32
NEED 2-MAN APT. rnr '68-'69. If you
knowv of a good one call 764-5948.
We'll pay you $10. if we rent it. F46
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations:
S. Univ. right next to U. Towers. S.
State right next to Marshall's. F17
LOST! One pair of brown glasses in
a black leather snap case. Lost in
the vicinity of Couzens and Alice
Lloyd. If found, call 764-5978. FF
POETRY WANTED for Anthology.
Idlewild Publishers, 543 Frederick,
San Francisco, Calif. 94117. F
PETITION CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
Volunteers urgently needed to staff
New Politics Party H.Q.'s. Call 761-
0059, Nat Burnett. F7
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Zerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations.

PERSONAL

WANTED-4 bedroom house for fall
occupancy. Gall 761-2798 or 761-9599.
L4
EUROPE $230-Forced to sell Union
charter flight seat May to Aug. Safe
plane, nice place to visit. Call Roger.
761-7190. FA
DR. WOLOWITZ-Do you believe that
to love Wayne, I must love his goril-
la? Moo. Psych 555. F22
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you
can now Xerox your original at only
8c per crpy during business hours,
or only 6c per copy on overnight
service. 2 convenient locations, S.
Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. ,F18
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
Inc.. Box 231. An Arbor, GL 3-0327.
F.
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
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MISCELLANEOUS
NURSES - This is no time to stop
learning! Come to Cook County and
you will see something new every
day. If you want more, we can offer
you tuition assistance toward your
masters degree. You will have 11 paid
holidays, a generous vacation, and
salary ranging from $600 to $784 per
month plus differential. ($75 for
P.M.'s and $60 for NIGHTS). All of
more, in a city that has
everything but you. For informa-
tion, write: Employment Supervisor,
COOK COUNTY SCHOOL OF NURS-
ING. 1900 West Polk St., Chicago.
Ill., 60612 (TA 9-8400). M27
TYPING IN MY HOME. Thesis, term
papers, etc. 1967 Miller Ave. Ann
Arbor. J34

MISCELLANEOUS
100 COPIES of an original, perfectly
Xeroxed, only $3.00, 500 copies, only
$11.00, immediate service on super
speed Xerox 2400. Individual copws
8c per page, 6c if left overnight.
Copy paper supplied free. 2 conven-
vient locations, S. Univ. right next
to U. Towers, S. State right next to
Marshall's. Discount Photocopy Serv-
ice, 769-0560; 769-4252. M2
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:,
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night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
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from the new Xerox 2400 duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service only 6c per page
(stored in office safe for complete
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
8c per page. 2 convenient locations:
S. Univ. right next to U. Towers; S.
State right next to Marshall's.JJ
TYPING in my home. Term papers
and theses. Reasonable. 668-8464. J25
TYPING-Term papers and theses. Fast
and accurate. Call 769-0555. J19
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Typing-theses and term papers our
specialty; IBM typewriters; execu-
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able.,
Transcription-Medical, technical,
business, conferences.
Printing-Mimeograph, offset
Photcopying
Composition & Art Work
Stuffing, mailing & addressing
Resumes
Telephone answering
(Pick-up and Delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
cond. $450 761-9027. Z3

761-2704 after 6 p.m. BF
SELLING TICKETS TO EUROPE AT!
A LOSS - 7 tickets. U of M charter
(UAC). New York-London, May 20,
Paris-New York Aug. 12. Call 764-
4227, after 5 p.m. weekends, 229-7974
(Brighton . B38
HARMONY Scvereign Jumbo, mint
condition, $65. Call Keith 483-3496
evenings. B37
TWA FLIGHT to Europe. May 12, N.Y.
to London: Aug. 13. Paris to N.Y.
Call 764-1726 B21a
TRANSPORTATION.
Ride to South Bend
March 30. Call 662-3843
after 6 p.m. GE
WANTED TO BUY
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 send7
details. J. E. Taylor, 10644 Blythe,
Los Angeles, Cal. 90064. K13
UNION FLIGHT NO. 3 May-August.
$230. 662-0309. G32
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-One large, gentle, gray-and-
black striped cat. Inquire South
Quad, 764-8644. AF
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white paws. Sat., vicinity Public Li--
brary. REWARD. 761-9079 or 761-2400,
ext. 261. A24
LOST: Male Siamese 7 mos. old, vicin-
ity State and Packard. 761-3223. A22
LOST - Brown briefcase with law
books and notes. Mug-Sat. morning.
Desperately need notes, reward. 769-
5632. A23
LOST: Sunglasses. Men's Prescription.
Brown case. Tuesday on campus. Re-
ward. 764-9703. A2

1968 DATSUN 1600 Roadster cony., less
than yr. old, great car, great condi-
tion. 769-0107. N26
VW GREEN SEDAN, 1965. One owner.
Complete service record. Radio, snow
tires, ski rack. Excellent condition.
33,000 miles. $1200. Call 761-8513. N30
PONTIAC TEMPEST Le MANS, 1966,
overhead cam 6 sprint sport coupe.
4-speed positraction, wide-rim rally
wheels tac., radio, and other extras.
Excellent cond. 665-2461. N32
1967 SUNBEAM Alpine convertible, low
mileage, call 662-9513, evenings and
weekends. N31
1963 BUICK SKYLARK convertible,
V-8 engine, aut(matic transmission,
power steering, new tires, radio, snow
tires. 1 owner, $995. Call George, 665-'
2886. N29
FOR SALE
1967 Austin Healey.AMK III, BRG,
R&H, convert., low mileage, over-
drive. Pricedl 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, betroit. N15
BLUE 1965 VW, good condition. Call
763-1649. N19
MERCEDES 60 220S dark gray AM-FM
radio, leather interior. $550. MI 7-
1098. N35
PHOTO SUPPLIES
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Weddings, candid and formal por-
traits. Professional quality at student
rates. Call 764-2288 days, 769-0868
evenings, weekends. Ji

By DAN STEINHARDT for this year. "We should be in course, the Unive rsity course pro-
While the rest of the students contention all the way,'and with vides a difficult test for the best
remain in Ann Arbor working and a few breaks we could win this of golfers, but can still be enjoyed
studying in the brisk March year. Although this years team by the averag weekend player,
weath er of Michigan, the golfdoes not possess an outstanding Thus, Michigan's golfers are often
team has traveled down to Miami golfer, its overall quality should better prepared for the more dif-
be sufficient to keep it near the ficult tournaments and have an
to once again discover the joy top for all of its meets." advantage when playing at home.
of a clean, crisp, the aimed When the golfers return from This year the Western Confer-
of rht at the pin and the agony Florida, they will begin to prac- ence Meet is to be held at Ohio
'fo poorly htso lteigaa
isorlyhitn.stheringawaytice on the University course. one State and the Northern Intercol-
of the finest college courses in the legiate Championship, in which
The occasion for this escape country. Designed by the same Michigan has done very well in
from the usual drudgery of stu- arctitect Dr. McKenzie responsi- recent years, will be held at East
dent life is the Miami Invitation ble for the Augusta National Lansing.
from March 27-30 which each year_.
signals the opening of the Mich-
igan golf season. SNUBS OLYMPICS-
Playing with only a few days
Spractice, the Michigan golfers take f o s o ntebs nteSuhwohv
onthe best in the South who have H o s nf r
been practicing all winter. How-
ever, the Michigan contingent has
done relatively well in the past HOUSTON, Tex. (A) - The
few seasons finishing in the top Houston Mavericks of the Ameri-
twelve in a national field. can Basketball Association an-

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The golfers are led by Captain
John Schroeder who led last year's
tournament as late as the ninth
hole on the last day, and senior
Frank Groves who displayed his
ability by finishing second in last
years Michigan Open.
Also in the Michigan team
which traveled to Florida are jun-
iors Mark Christianson and Rod
Sumpter who each made the trip
last year and sophomores Randy
Erskine, Rocky Pozza, and Gene
Denk.
Although seven golfers make the
trip, only six will compete for
Michigan in the four day seven-
ty-two hole medal play tourna-
ment while the seventh will com-
pete on an individual basis.
Coach Bert Katzenmeyer, serv-
ing his twenty-first year as Mich-
igan golf coach expresses his
feelings on this year's team, "We
are tired of finishing in second
place, and like Avis we'll try

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

nounced yesterday they are will-
ing to offer Elvin Hayes, the 6'8"
college basketball player of the
year, $500,000 for a three-year
contract.
Hayes earlier had indicated he
is ready to sign with the San
Diego Rockets of the National Bas-
ketball Association if the Cali-
fornia team meets his asking price
of $300,000.
The Houston star is to fly today
to San Diego to confer with offi-
cials of the Rockets.
Slater Martin, general manager
and coach of the Mavericks, said
he was happy to hear that Hayes
is going to San Diego to take a
look at the NBA team.
Texas Money Guarantee
"We understand he is requesting
$300,000 for three years," Martin
said. "Our Texas money talks and
we are willing to offer and guar-
antee him $500,000 to play for the
Houston Mavericks. Our manage-
ment has placed this value on
him .
Martin said his experience as an
NBA player 11 years and as a gen-
eral manager and coach in the
ABA has enabled him to study the
value of players.
"If he isn't worth $750,000 to\
San Diego with their television
contracts, etcetera, he would be
getting shortchanged.
"A man of his ability does not
come along but once every 8 to
10 years and we feel he will be
very foolish if he does not talk to'
both the Rockets and Mavericks
and then evaluate both offers be-
fore making a final decision."
Hayes said he was pleased that
San Diego won the NBA draft
rights to him in Monday's coin
toss with Baltimore.
"I feel strongly for the Rockets,"
Hayes said, "I am glad they picked

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harder.'
This statement was provoked by
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for the last three years with last
years defeat coming at the hands
of Purdue.
However, Coach Katzenmeyer
does express a guarded optimism
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me for their first selection. They
have a young team and the only
place for them to go is up. I think
I can be as great an asset to them
as they can be to me. If they meet
my price, I'm ready to sign."
Hayes added, however, that, he
was not saying he would not play
for Houston.
"It all depends on which team
is willing to meet the price," he
said.
Although expected, Hayes has
also decided to snub the NCAA
workouts for the U.S. Olympic
basketball trials, which opened
last Monday.
Hayes told NCAA officials the
trials would conflict with prepa-
rations for his entry into pro bas-
ketball.
Hayes said, "It's not color or
anything like that. It's my own
decision. If I go to the Olympics
and get hurt, I have nothing.
"A lot of pro players tell me I
need to work on my game, and I
don't want to be a failure. I only
hope the public can understand my
problem."

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