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Friday, April 5, 1968
Daily Classifieds

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Continued from page 7
'BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1966 HONDA S65 sports, good cond.
Helmets, Windshield, turn signals,
rack. Call 764-8447 days or 663-3215
after 5 p.m. Z30
HONDA 450 Scrambler. Special paint
and equipment. 665-8420 after 6. Z29
1965 LAMBRETTA scooter, gdod cond.
$175. Call Mike, 761-6541. Z28
HONDA 250 Scrambler. Very good con-
dition, Barnett clutch, new battery.
761-8170, nights. Z27
'67 TRIUMPH
650 cc
Low mileage, MANY extras. 665-6943,
mornings-nights. Z26
'65'YAMAHA, 55 cc., low mileage, must
sell. $100 or best offer. 769-1346. Z24
NEED a TRIUMPH 500 with fairing?
Stop walkingi 662-7113. ZF
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
Sears & Roebuck, 106 cc, 9 hp, 9
months old, 2100 miles, helmet in-
cluded. $225. 769-3095. Z33
'67 BULTACO LOBITO- 10cc Scram-
biler, mechanically excellent. Rack,
pass, pegs, etc. 1200 miles. $275. Call
Worth, .764-3759. 1 ZF

BIKES & SCOOTERS
YAMAHA 80 Super Sport. Excellent
condition, 1967. Must sell, fantastic
deal. 761-6564. Z2
Move up to j
The Bold World of BSA
Service and parts is our business
We service all makes
J'& J Cycle Sales
1166 Ecorse Rd., Ypsi. 483-6367
Z3
HONDA CB92, 125 cc., many extras.
Good cond. $250. 769-0236. Z47

WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - Good used cook books and
paperbacks. Wooden Spoon Bookstore,
200 N. Fourth after March 1, open
eves, and weekends. 769-4775. K6
NEED DESPERATELY two tickets May
9-June20 Europe Flight. Call Steve.
761-4052. K18
FLIGHT TICKETS wanted for Honey-
mnoon, U Charter May 9-June 20 or
June 27-Aug. Please call soon if con-
sidering selling. 665-5687 or 769-3234.
K19
REAL ESTATE

NOTICE!
HONDA 450 SCRAMBLER Wildcat and
NORTON (RANGER) now at HONDA
of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard at Platt.
971-4500. Z44
CYCLE INSURANCE - New, reduced
rates as low as $18 for liability in-
surance. Renwick Insurance, 437-2403.
Z45
67 HONDA 305 Scrambler with cover
and full helmet included, $500. Call
Ken at 763-0849. Z40
'66 HQNDA 160, very good cond., lug-
gage rack, 2 helmets, $300. 763-0892.
B27

m Best'66 HONDA 160, very good cond., lug-
offe.. Call9Howard, 761-8673. ZD gage rack, 2 helmets, $300. 763-0892.
afer Cai ..cs~d, ?2-8 673 ZDB27

YAMAHA 250-1966 -Excellent cond.,
full power, reasonable. Call Dick after
5:30, 761-7103. Z34
1965 305 HONDA
Low. Mileage. Very good cond. $425. 769-
2519. Z35
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
Phone 665-8637 Z
'66 YAMAHA 100 c.c. for sale. Excellent
cond. Call 769-2034. Z2
'62 TRIUMPH Bonneville, entirely re-
built, $600. 763-2631. Z23
1965 HONDA S-90; very good cond. 2
helmets. Call Steve 761-1237. Z21
HAVE A LOVE AFFAIR witt a ma-
chine, 1966 Suzuki X-6, 761-7208.
5-7 p.m. Z20
MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW! Suzuki of
Ann Arbor, 514 E. Washington, only
200 :bards from Frieze bldg. All new
models from 50-500 cc. now in stock.
Z19
305 - '66 .Super Hawk and 305-'67
Scrambler - $550 each. Both me-
chanically perfect. 761-1489. Z18
HONDA 4-90, 1965. Good cond. Call
'769-2045. Z27
HONDA 305, 3500 miles. Excellent cond.,
racing bars, custom fender and paint
Job, buco-helmet, bookrack. $435. Call
Steve. 761-6281. -Z16
NEED CASH! For sale-R5413 BMW.
Excellent shape. Best offer takes it/
665-0089. Z17
1967 HONDA 305 Super Hawk. Only
1900 mi. A-1 cond. Helmet. Best offer.
761-6383. sZ13
HODAKA 90, 1966, 3700 miles, good
dondition. $225. 761-4326. Z15
YAMAHA 80, 800 'miles;extras, call be-
tween 4-5:30, 769-2911. Z10
GREAT deal .on HONDA 50-In ex-
cellent condition. Helmet,' cover,
mirrors, bookrack'- included in deal.
Call Chris after 4 p.m., 761-3314. FD
'66 HONDA Scrambler, 6300 miles, with
helmet, best offer over $300. Call Bill,
769-5819. Z9

1966 HONDA 150
less than 3400 miles
like-new condition
new 12000 R.P.M. tackometer
plus 2 Buco helmets. ph.

TUNE OUT THE RAT RACE
on your own 13 acres, warm 3 bed-
room early-American home, pond,
small barn, trees. Near US-23, 15 min.
from Ann Arbor. Call Fred Pierce,
Inc. 1-647-1414. Ri
USED CARS
TRIUMPH TR 3B, 1962, radio body
and engine inexcell. shape. Cali Bob
769-2804 after 6 p.m. N8
MGB GREEN 1966 Conv. wire wheels,
radio, 30,000 miles. $1650 or best of-
fer. Call 769-1468 after 6:00. N6
TR-4, 1964, wire wheels, R&H, $1200.
Volvo, 1962. 1225 4 dr. Runs well. $500
Firm: Ken, 663-6864. N3
TRIUMPH GT-6, 1967, 6,000 miles, 6
months old, warranty still active.
Call 769-0169. N2
SPORT & FUN CARS
for the young at heart 1
65-67 Sunbeams from $995
Austin Healey 3000 MK III's
Jaguar XK-E and Sedans
67 Triumph Spitfire, like brand new,
only 8,000 miles, $1795
Also a wide selection of competition
race cars. Stop over and visit.
Tom Payne's
European Cars, Inc.
3045 WASHTENAW
769-5500 Hours: 9-8
N9
SILVER MINK
Black Vinyl InteriorI
'65 Fairlane 500 2 Dr. Ht.
Standard Transmission, 289-4V-V8
Radio, Carpet. Sharp.
$1194.88
HENDERSON FORD CITY
2245 West Stadium
665-0871 -N
N39
FOR SALE: 1959 MGA conv. fender,
front end damaged in accident.
Frame o.k. Interior, tires, engine,
drive train excellent. Good for parts.
Call 761-0494, N7
VOLKSWAGEN, '64, radio, roof rack,
good tires, can be seen on campus.
Call 426-3479 after 6 weekdays any-
time weekends. N1

USED CARS
FOR THE BEST DEAL
New or used cars and trucks
ROY A. ASHMALL
Henderson Ford City, 665-0871
N41
TRIUMPH TR-4, '63, $700 o best offer.
763-0765, 7-9 p.m. and Sat, morn. N50
FORD Convertible, 1964, power steer-
ing, Fordamatic, T-bird engine. 23K
miles, 1 owner. NO 5-8227. N49
1962 CORVAIR conv., 44,000 miles, good
condition. 761-5372 after 5 p.m. N48
VW, GREEN SEDAN, '65. One owner,
complete service record. Radio, snow
tire s,ski rack excellent cond. 33,000
miles. $1200. Call 764-8513. N5
Klingler-Warner
Pontiac
Convertible Sale
1963 Mercury Convert........$895
1960 Oldsmobile Convert. ..... $395
1966 Chevy Convert. ........$1895
1966 Buick Wildcat Convert. $1950
1965 Ford XL Convert. ....... $1295
1966 Dodge 440, 2 dr. hdt. .. $1595
OPEN MON., TUES., &
THURS. EVE. TILL 9
2345 Jackson Ave.
665-8896
N47
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
MERCEDES 60 220S dark gray AM-FM
radio, leather interior. $550. MI 7-
1098. N35
BLUE 1965 VW, good condition. Call
763-1649. N19
MG-B, 1967 convertible, good condi-
tion, factory warranty, owner must
sell. 769-5026. N45
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, 1965 BRG,
price negotiable. 769-0017. N42
FOR SALE
1967 Austin Healey, MK III, BRG,
R&H, convert., low mileage, over-
drive. Priced low, must sell. 668-9478.

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By BILL DINNER
Although the Michigan gym-
nasts won't arrive in Tucson en
masse the Wolverines top five will
compete for individual crowns.
The NCAA gymnastic cham-
pionships, held for the first time
at the University of Arizona, are
comprised of the eight regional
playoff winners fighting for the
national championship as well as
over 200 gymnasts vying for in-
dividual honors.
The highlights of the Michigan
contingent are the Big Ten tram-
poline champions. The tramp
trio of Dave Jacobs, Wayne Miller,
and George Huntzicker finished
1-2-3 in the Big Ten meet and all
earned the right to compete in
the nationals.
Jacobs, only a junior, is de-
fending NCAA tramp champ. In
addition to his trampoline talent,
Jacobs is also a past NCAA floor
exercise winner, but a painful foot
injury prevented him from taking
the crown this year.
Tramp Champ
Until Jacobs came along, cap-
tain Miller was the NCAA champ,
winning the trampoline title in
1965, but he finished second last
season behind Jacobs.
Sophomore George Huntzicker
will have more - trouble making
third place. Although he has the
ability he needs more experience
in competing under pressure.
Besides his trampoline chores
Huntzicker earned., the, right to
compete on the floor exercise,
where he is not expected to fare
too well against Big Ten winner
Toby Towson as well as Dan Mill-
man and Makoto Sakamoto.
Threat
Dale Hardt of Southern Illinois
has scored in near or above nine
all season and could prove a
threat. In fact, Frank Bare, Di-
rector of the U.S. Gymnastic Fed-
eration thinks that Bare should
beat Miller.
Another top competitor is Dan
Milman of California. In 1965-66
Millman was considered one of
the best trampolinists in the
world. He was injured last year
but has made a brilliant come-
back this season, capturing first
on the trampoline and second on
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June 27 to Aug. 22
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the still rings in the Pacific Eight
conference.
Another sophomore (3 out of
the 5 members are sophomores)
on the team, Ron Rapper, easily
captured the Big Ten title on the
parallel bars, but he might find
the competition at the NCAA
slightly harder.
His main competition will come
from a sensational all-around

champion Makoto Sakamoto of
USC. Besides capturing the par-
allel bars last year he finished;
second in the all-around event
losing by only .7 points.
The fifth member of the team;
is sophomore Sid Jenson. A mem-
ber of the Canadian Pan Ameri-;
can squad, he is a shoe-in to make
the Canadian Pan American'
squad. Jenson will compete oni
both the parallel bars and on the
long horse.,
In team competition, last year'sI
champ, Southern Illinois, is thei
pre-meet favorite according tos
:Arizona Gymnastic coach Glenn
Wilson.

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WORSHIP ON
PALM SUNDAY
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
GOD'S SELF-DISCLOSURE.
Sermon by Hoover Rupert
9:00 and 11 :15 A.M.

DAVE JACOBS I

Pushing Southern Illinois should
be Big Ten representative Iowa
and California. Cal's coach Hal
Rey stated, "The Bears are ready
and have the best talent ever."
The Hawkeyes after a mid
season slump came back with a
189.8 score to take the playoff.
The team has depth in all events
and should put on a good show.
The battle for fourth should be
between New Mexico and Temple
University of Philadelphia. The
Owls of Temple beat Penn State,
an eight-time winner, by a scant
.7 of a point to advance to the
finals.

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your summer photo fun. 662-7113.
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available at the Inland Steel Company,
Indiana Harbor Works, in East Chicago,
Indiana. Positions available as production
workers, lab-technicians, electrical and me-
chanical maintenance men' and student en-
gineers based upon your college major and
year of school.
For application please write:
Employment Supervisor
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ORIENTATION
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student during fall orientation please fill out the
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