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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 11, 1968

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D Classifieds

PERSONAL

A Gant shirt is a lot more
than something to hang a tie on.
It's a buttondo wn
cxtaord inaire-a classic
favorite among the traditionally
inclined. Our collection of
Gants is equally exciting for it
inclidies solids, stripes a ud
checks in both short sleeve and
long sleeve versions. All have
the popular Gant features:
traditional buttondown collar,
box front, back pleat,
hanger loop . and all are il
14 to 16 collar sizes.
Solid cotton oxfords are 7.50
checks and, stripes are-
$8.t. Durable Press Dacron*-'
and-cottons are $9.,

BASK IN THE SUN
Summer sublet. 1st half, 2nd half.
both. 2 bdrm. 4-man, air-cond., sun
roof. 2 blks. from campus 665-0453!
F44

SO IS MASON
Backfield's Looking Up

Continued from Page 7
PERSONAL
bvJ and J were good.
Hope you enjoyed the oranges.
FCF F10
HI - Understanding is Progress.
Communication is Progress. Let's
really give it a try next semester. FD
WANT TO GET RID of your old bike?
Bring kids some pleasure by dona-
ting or selling it to the YorkWood
Center School at Ypsi State Hos-
pital. Call 483-9333, ext. 21. F9
THANKS to the generosity of the
Daily Personal Column and the ex-
cellent quality of its readers, Dave
and Helen would like to announce
their engagement. F8
CANTERBURY HOUSE
MAUNDY THURSDAY
SERVICE
PLAY: THE LAST SUPPER +
7 P.M.
F7
NEED A STRING JOB, new frame or
grip? Call Jake's Racket Shop, 662-
3821. 200 Chapin, open evenings. F191
2 GIRLS NEED APT, for Spring term.
Desire: 2 bdrms., close to Ed. School'
and Daily, clean, air cond., balc.
Call Sue or Barb after 5, 764-1063.
HURRY! PD1
BEFORE SUNDOWN FRIDAYro
A Passover ride to N.W. Detroit.
Call Thoryn, 761-6683. FD
UNDERGRAD student tutor needed for
Econ 201 exam. Call Jim, 769-1388.
FD
NO VACATION PLANS? Carad student,
British, male, seeks enterprising
companion/s, either sex, for one-
week foray into Canada. Leaving
around 23 April. Coach and walk; no
camping; share cost. Reply box 150
Michigan Daily. F5
WILL PAY for 2 spring' commencement
exercise tickets. -Call 663-9762. Fl
MUSICIANS NEEDED!! Organists Wnd
guitarists who sing call Jerry, 761-
1273 or Tom 665-2669 about sum-
mer-fall rock group. F48
FREE ADULT white rabbits - good
Easter pets. 663-4052. F46
WILL PAY to see good, complete
Philo. 367 notes. 764-4089. OK to call
late. F3
1 BDRM. HOUSE. Spacious yd. with
full basement, paneled and tiled. Five
minute bus ride to campus. Rent
negotiable. 169-3048. F2
FLY TO EUROPE
on TWA Jet for
LESS THAN $100
each-way
New York-London, May 20
Paris-New York, August 12,
For information call HAK at
NO 2-9252 or 764-4264.
F47
ENTERING Law School freshman needs
another for fall (or summer): great
2 bdrm. apt. 1 blk, from Law Quad.
Prefer Jewish. Call J.B., 761-5741.
F8

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r I SUMMER IN EUROPE-Must sell one
PERSONAL ticket onIUAC FPlight No. 3, May 3 to
August 4. Willing to go down from
jFOUND - Contact lenses belonging $2 alHn rxa 6-62O
to McCarthy volunteer. Write to 764-0562. FF
Maryanna Zier. 910 N. Sawyer St.,
Oshkosh, Wis. F6 IS YOUR, WIFE WORKING to put you
S M I IAN R R (m through school? Give her a digni-
SUMMERING IN ANN ARBOR? (Some fied 8 x 10 CERT1'PICATE OF
of us must.) Room, meals and sal- ACHIEVEMENT on parchment-like
ary in exchange for responsible care paper which honors her contribu-
of two well-behaved pre-schoolers. tion. Only $2.00 Wilset Co., Rte. 2.
Most evenings, weekends your own. Concord, N.H. 03301. F20
Some travel if you like. Send qual-
ification, Name, phone number to,
Box 100, Michigan Daily, 420 May- Join MICHIGAN STUDENTS
nard. F For KENNEDY
GARG urchins-Meet your new senior Materials soon available.
staff; and receive the Fall battle Call 761-6541 or 769-4150. us
plan. All staff meeting Wed., April~ Please keep calling if the line :s busy
10 at 7:30, in the office. PB or write to 629 S. Division, Ann Arbor
__F16
ATTN. ENTIRE GARG STAFF- In -_ __
ATTN ENIREGARGSTAF -111AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
order to contribute to your summer HERIs y IVI IERTIES UION
junk mail, the new senior staff Helps your friends today, might
needs your summer address. For help you tomorrow. $3 membership
further info, come to the office party to: ACLU, 234 State St., Detroit,
Wed. at 7:30. FB _Mich._F4
GOT EXAMINATION BLUES? Brighten HOW CAN YOU carry books in some-
up i oursaua. An Abor ym- sold at Satyrn. Inc. This is "your
khana 662-9200. 1-10 p.m. F 44 expandable leather bags, n'ow being
Ithing made with 181 noles? "Filets."
HELP! We're looking for a 2-man 2- 1 bag." P44

By ELLIOTT BERRY

bdrm, apt, for next Fall. We'll pay
you $15 if we rent the one you sug-
gest. Call Chas. 761-9881 or 761-5413.
FF
HAVE NO PLACE TO GO, nothing to
do between semesters? Serve as a
paid subject in listening experiments.
763-1143. F41
LOST NOTES for Antro 452
It 'would only take me a few hours
to copy yours and can return them
immediately. 769-1251. FE
STROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195

WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
FOR SALE! One Go-Cart. Brand new
engine. 100 dollars. Call 761-4320. FE
GUITARIST with eight years exp. needs
immediate wyork. Have good equip.
Williplay lead or rhythm, rock or
blues. 761-1764. Pl0
Petitioning for JOINT JUDICIARY
COUNCIL. Now through April 3.
P38

Life is becoming a bit more
rewarding for Tony Mason.
The veteran coach who up
until this season had spent his
time struggling with the Wol-
verines' perennial trouble spot,
the offensive line, has now tak-
en command of the offensive
backfield, the hope of the 1968
football squad.
This backfield, which Mason
rates "as good as any - we've
had," ;will not take any of the.
pressure off him as many hun-
gry alumni are expecting the
talented backfield crew to car-
ry the Maize and Blue to Pasa-
dena.
Most of the optimism centers
around two men, All-America
halfback Ron Johnson, who
Mason calls "one of the three
best in the country", and the
speedy signal-caller, Dennis
Brown.
The other two backs, full-
back Garvie Craw and flanker
John Gabler, have not won the
acclaim thft their backfield
mates have, but they too are
key figures in Mason's plans
for the fall.
Mason has been particularly
pleased by Craw's performance
this spring. "He's been great,"
the coach says, "he's shown
tremendous thrust and power."
Last season, as a sophomore,
Craw functioned mostly as a
blocker, but Mason insists that
he will do much more ball cAr-
rying this fall.
The quarterback spot has
been one of the highlights of
the spring with Brown at the
helm. Referring to Brown's
running, defensive end and
linebacker coach Bobi Shaw
moans, "We've been chasing
him witl butterfly nets and
we still haven't been able to
catO him.',
Bt Brown has not been the
spring's only impressive field-
general. Freshmen Don Moor-
head and Bill Berutti have
come along very quickly and
they are expected to provide
Michigan with fine depth at
quarterback.

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Mason has made a majorxad-
justient in the backfield ar-
rangement by creating the po-
sition of "Z-back" for Gabler.
The coach developed this posi-
tion in the hope that Gabler
would be able to carry the ball
more to help out the much
used Johnson.
Both offensive end coach
George Mans and Mason have
singled out Dave Farabee and
Greg Harrison for their aggres-
sive play at Z-back behind
Gabler this spring.
Depth at fullback, has also
looked promising. While the
Wolverines have only two full-
backs behind Craw, Warren
Sipp and Eric Federico, both
have been running hard in this
spring's drills.
Only backup men for team
captain Johnson at tailback are
lacking. Kirby Sams, Lance
Scheffler, and Glynn Chisholm
have "developed but still have
a long way to go," according to
Mason.
The Wolverine aerial ,attack
appears to be basically sound
with Brown again throwing to

t
.

The primary question mark
in the passing game "s at the
all-important split rnd spot.
This traditionally strong posi-
tion for the Wolverines has no
experienced occupant this sea-
son.
Sophomore Bill Harris is cur-
rently running as she number
one candidate to fill the vacan-
cy left by Jim Berline's gradu-
ation, although freshmen Tom
McCaffery, Jerry Dutcher, and
Greg Tanceuz nave all been
fairly impressive so far.
Nobody is planning anything
dramatic for the spring's cli-
maxing scrimmage at the sta-
dium Saturday afternoon. Ma-
son pragmatically sy, "The
whole theory behind spring
drills is to find players. We're
not trying to impress people.
We're looking for violence and
poise, in people who can hit,
When we find that then we
will worry about the fancy
stuff."

Jim Mandich and Gabler. Man-
dich, who started evesy game
last year as a sophomore, is
highly rated by Mans.

.

GRADUATING CO-ED looking for sum- -~---
mer or permanent roommate in SERVICES-Joint study programs, co-
Washington DC Call Lois 769-3343. FC operative - coeducational only. Call
Joe or John at 663-5817. F32
UNCERTAIN whether you need help? ----
Where to find it? Call 764-7415 or go NEED 2-MAN APT. nr '68-'69. If you
to 1011 S.A.B. F34 know of a god one call 764-5948.
_________________We'll pay you $10. If we rent it. F46
WANTED a Wayne State freshman - ---
medical student as a roommate if WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
interested call 761-9568. F36 ies? Why ruin your papers with
smutdges? Why not? Because you
SUMMER SUBLET at THE ABBEY. can now Xerox your original at only
Bi-level, 2 full bathrms., air-cond., 8c per erpy during bustiness hours,
up and down, dishwasher, free park- or only 6c per copy on overnight
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6:00 p.m. FF Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. F18
UNLESS THIS IS to be the summer of ---
our discontent, we must sublet a THE GERM COUNT, weather works and
spacious, balconied, 3-man, 3-bed- our cluttered ukies. The cpnsequen-
room apartment. Damn cheap. Call ces of August, 1924 reported in OV-
769-1183 . persistently midnight 'til ERFLOW. Fib
noon. PB - ®-_.___
noon. FB -PETITION CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
NEED ONE ROOMMATE to share a Volunteers urgently needed to staff
2-man, on-campus apt. It's clean, N'ew Politics Party H.Q.'s. Call 761-
comfortable, and ready to,*sublet 0059, Nat Burnett. F7
from May 1 to Aug. 25. Call 769-3449 DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES;he
after 6: FC- might lose the whole set. Xerox
CHEAP! 2 tickets to Europe for UAC them instead, and save hours and
flight NY-Paris May 20-Aug. 12. Or- hours of copying by hand. Only Bc
iginally $230. (but will take loss) Call per page at 2 convenient locations:
Liz 769-2640 or Judy 761-1058. F7 S. Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. F17
JAN - 'The time has finally come. - -
Lucky you. Good luck on finals. Are. DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
you pinned? Mike. F29 might lose the whole set. Zerox
them instead, and save hours and
1966 SUZUKI X-6, 250 cc, top cond. hours of copying by har~l. Only Bc
Call 5 p.m.-7 pm., 761-7208. F21 per page at 2 convenient locations.
WANTED-4 bedroom house for fall NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
occupancy. Call 761-2798 or 761-9599. Inc.. Box 231. An Afbor, GL 3-0327.

sBillboar dIr
In intrasquad tennis m'atches
for starting positions yesterday
Pete Fishback defeated Dick Dell
6-2, 12-10. Brian Marcus de-
feated Jan Hainline 6-3, 6-3.
Today at 3:15 it will be Hain-
line vs. Fishback and Marcus
vs. Dell.

t -Daily-Thomasa R. Copi
Through the eyes of once observer .

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