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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 5. 1969

Scturdo x~av A7r r\Vs -"1r969

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For Direcit Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00-12:30

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MISCELLANEOUS
SHADY TRAILS Riding Stable. Riding
Daily. Group rides and hayrides at
cookout. Also sleigh rides. 12655
Plank Rd., Milan, Mich. 432-4143. M19
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1967 HONDA CB160 w/scrambling pipes.
Good cond. Best offer. Call 761-1335.
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HONDA 50, . step through, cheap. Calll
Jerri, 761-0155. ZD
BSA -500, 1966, many extras, low mile-E
age. 761-3038. Z6
LATE '66 HONDA 300. Modified. All
chromed. 1500 miles. $350. Cal 769-
5804. Z7
1966 YAMAHA 250 YDS-3. -Exce1. cond.
Price includes insurance and helmets,
$380 or best offer, 764-4994. Z5
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE

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USED CARS
1963 VOLKSWAGEN for sale. Phone{
761-0556 evenings. N23
1965 SUNBEAM Alpine. Offer over $750.
Call Don: 663-7362 or 764-2397. N24
1968 FIAT 850. Radio, 9000 miles, fine
condition. Call collect 561-7144. N22
MGA 1959, must sell, leaving country.
Good cond. Call 971-7158. N19
'64 OLDS Cutlass cony. Burgundy, black
top, 4 on the floor. Perfect cond.
Given TLC. David-663-6091. N20
'67 MUSTANG FASTBACK 390 C.I.,
power discs, 3-speed, automatic trans.,
4 new polyglas wide ovals, still under
warranty. Call 761-0228 after 6 p.m.
N15
1962 MERCEDES 190SL. Excellent con-
dition. Hard and soft top. Call 665-
0842 or 761-0433. N16
'67 MG midget, perfect cond., $1550.1
Call 1-227-5797. N181
1968 BMW 2 dr. sedan. Glin-metal grey,
4000 miles. Call Bruce,/ 764-7432 day-
time. N12
CHEVY, 1962 2-dr., sedan, 6 cyl., std.
trans., excel. cond. $400. Call Mike,
663-5012. N34
'64 VW BUS, good condition. $800 ($875
with stereo tape player). Call 761-
9813 after 6 p.m. N
TR '64, completely recond., white; con-
vert., $900. 761-9425 after 6. N24
'64 CORVETTE COUPE, 40,000 miles,
power, air, and 4 speed new poly-
glass tires. Ex. touring car. 1 family
ownership. $2200. 761-0799 evenings
T-Fri. N13
1966 TR4-A Red with black tops, leath-
er interior, Michielin tires, AM-FM
radio, wire wheels. 761-7664. N5
'60 OLDS. $100. 663-4431, or after 4:30
769-5255. N2
CORVETTE COUPE, '64, 40,000 mi. Pow-
er, air, and 4-speed. New poliglass
tires. Excellent touring car. 1 family
ownership. $220. 761-0799 evenings.
Tu-Fri. N39

PERSONAL
GROUP RENTAL - GYM AND/OR
SAUNA - Families, couples, kids or
other groups. :Trampoline, spaceball,
King-pong, and misc. exercise equip.
AA Gymkhana. Call 662-9200, 1-10 p.m.
F27,
WOOLIES - TRADITIONAL BLUES,
ROCK at the AVEHICLE. Opening
Fri., Sat., April 4 and 5. 539 S. Main.
F42
TAKING KIDDIE music next fall? I
will teach you to sing, play the
piano and read music NOW. $2/hour.
769-1533. w F46.
APT. RENTS TOO HIGH? Try Hender-,
son House, beautiful U coop on Hill
near campus, 761-7292. F47
HELP elect Robert Harris. Call 663-
5817 or 665-0484. Election day workers
needed. FA
PIANO LESSONSCall 665-3495. F37
EUROPE 9 WEEKS, 12 countries. $999.
Call STUDENT TOURS, 764-0819.
F47
WOULD the young women who wanted
to volunteer information about the
Huber-Kuhn committee at a Feb. SGC
meeting, please contact Howard Kohn
at The Daily. This is very important.
Also if anyone knows the lady's
name, call me. 764-0562. FD
MALE PSYCH GRAD-Phi Epsilon Pi-
Michigan's first co-ed fraternity-is
now taking applications for an ad-
visor Should have T-group experience
and desire to work with a new living
environment. Call Mike Jacobson,
761-3187 for further information. F43
EUROPE THIS SUMMER? Save dollars,
see more with student-owned N.S.T.A.
Write: Dept. AO, National Student
Travel Assn., 70 Fifth Avenue, New
York, N.Y. 10011. F3
2 UNDERGRAD GIRLS needed, 4 man
luxury apt. for fall. Call Katie or Barb
665-6335. F35
SOCIAL AGENCY desires responsible
Sco-eds in apt. as roommates for 17
yr. old working girl. Call Mrs.
Fletcher or Mr. DenHouter, 663-7511
extension 277 between 8:30 and 5. F47
HOOKAH TOOKAH YOUR SODA
CRACKER? See Margery .Himel at the
Ark, this Fri. and Sat., 8:30 p.m. F45
BLACK and WHITE CUSTOM Process-
ing and printing .
U of M Photo Services
526 LS&A Bldg.
F27-

PERSONAL
Save on ART supplies at the University
Discount Store-first floor SAB. P21
TIRED AND HUNGRY? For a 35c de-!
livery charge we will deliver our de-1
licious sandwiches. Hot roast beef,
69c; hot corned beef or pastrami, 89c;
barbecue, $40; Kosher hot dogs, 35c;
potato salad or cole slaw, 15c. Orders
$3.50 or over, delivered free. Open 7
days a week, 10 a.m. to midnight.
Whistle Stop, 611 S. Forest. 662-2270.
F27
BUFFET SERVED 7 DAYS A WEEK
Noon till 8 p.m.-Al you can eat.
$1.50 includes one 15c drink.
'WHISTLE STOP
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662-2270
WE ALSO CATER
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SENIORS and GRADS-Chicago House,
INVIGORATING, SENSITIZING, absorb-
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a CLEAN organization. ,Apply for a
staff position on the 1970 MICHIGAN-
ENSIAN, at our office, first floor of
the DAILY bldg. F
TV RENTALS $1000 per month. FREE
service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals, 662-5671 today. F39
FORMALS FOR SALE - Floor length.
Never worn. Sizes 7-11. Call Kit, 665-
0823 evenings. F
WEIRD BEARD
is the talk of campus. Have a beard,
mustache, gotes, sideburns; in just
seconds. Send just $3.50 to Mr. G.,
P.O. Box 4302, Auburn Hts, Mich.
Complete instructions included. State
color wanted. F40
WILL BUY TICKET for any European
Charter or group flight. Leaving first
half of June, returning first week in

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Each team holds a 2-0 edge in cess.
the opening round of the Stanley "It wasn't too tough," he com-
Cup playoffs, while Oakland and mented. "The team didn't allow
Los Angeles are tied at one game any breakaways and there were
apiece. only two deflections."
The weekend schedule has all While the Leafs and the Flyers
the teams playing tonight and to- are trying to score against Cheev-
morrow with Boston at Toronto, ers and Plante, the New York
Montreal at New York, St. Louis Rangers will be trying to beat
at Philadelphia and Oakland at Montreal in a playoff for the first
Los Angeles. All are night games time in 12 years.-,
except the St. Louis-Philadelphia The Canadiens' 5-2 victory
game Sunday afternoon. Thursday night was their ninth
Boston has had the easiest time straight against the Rangers in
so far. The Bruins trounced the
Maple Leafs 10-0 Wednesday
night and 7-0 Thursday night.
However, the games have at
times more closely resembled the
Wednesday night fights than a
hockey contest, especially the
opening show, which Forbes Ken-
nedy stole with his fisticuffs.
'Kennedy, a veteran Toronto for
ward, got his reward for his part
of the action Tlursday night when {>
NHL President Clarence Camp-
bell treated him to an indefinite
suspension, which might run till
the end of the playoffs.}
Kennedy, 33, became involved
in two brawls with Boston goalie
Gerry Cheevers with less than
four minutes remaining in the }.
third' period of the first game.

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pical lightning-quick Canadien
fashion. Trailing the Rangers 2-1
in the second period, tha Canad-
iens struck for three goals in an
8% minute stretch to build up a
two-goal cushion.
Bobby Rousseau, Yvan Cour-
noyer, and captain Jean Beliveau
were the marksmen in that blitz-
krieg. Ralph Packstrom put the
game out of reach when he scored
Montreal's fifth goal into an open
net in the final minuta of play.
Los Angeles is the only team
I moving to its ice with an even

By The Associated Press Another goalie who has posted playoffs dating'
Boston, Montreal and St. Louis an impressive mark is St. Louis' coupled with their
will try to increase their leads in Jacques Plante who recorded his nesday, gave them,
the National Hockey League play- 11th career playoff shutout Thurs- lead in the series.
offs tonight as they move to their day night against Philadelphia. Montreal won t
oponents' home ice. rm tonno{ ligh+t n+ h -, I

to 1957, and
3-1 win Wed-
a commanding
he game in ty-

series. That could make things
though for Oakland. The Seals
evened the set by defeating the
Kings 4-2 Thursday night.
"We have the home ice advant-
age now.' said Kings' Coach Red
Kelly. "But we have to take ad-
vantage of it.
"I thought we had as many
good chances to score as they did
Thursday night. Our guys just
stopped shooting. The object of
this game is to get the puck in
the net."
The Kings won the opening con-
test of the playoff series the eight
before, 5-4, with the fastest over-
time goal in cup history, as Ted
Irving scored after only 19 sec-
onds of the first sudden-death

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Price does not include freight prep-
aration, taxes, or license fees.
All orders must be made by April
20 for delivery by May 31.
All sales are conditional as to model
and color availability.
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Instruments and accessories new and
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665-8001, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. X
DYNACO PAS-3X pre-amp, $50, Sony
500-A tape recorder, $125. Call 668-
6047 till 1 a.m. X45
STEREO amp; tape deck; speakers;
turntable. Ex, cond. Call 769-0868,
/John or Jim. X461
GUITARS: 12-string, Gibson 6-string,
Epiphone classical. Call 665-9467. X34!
VOX WYMAN BASS, showman top. Cab-
inet with 3 Lansing D-140-F bass;
speakers. 764-7774, X431
GRETCH ANNIVERSARY GUITAR. Ex-
cellent condition. 763-1808. XD
BIG FENDER Bassmar --Farfisa mini-
compact. Best offer, must sell. 764-
9746. X37
VOX, hollow-body guitar ($425 value
for $200). 60-volt amp. ($200 value
$80); or both for $250. Call Mike,
764-1133. X30
BIG FENDER Bassman-Farfisa.mini-
compact. Best offer, must sell, 764-
9746. X37
VOX, hollow-body guitar ($425 value
for $200). 60-watt amp. ($200 value
$80): or both for $250. Call Mike, 764-
1133. X30
BIG FENDER BASSMAN. Farfisa mini-
compact. Best offer. Must sell. 764-
9746. X37
NEW MARK II super trak stereo cart
w 2 elliptical needles. 764-2622. X21
VOX, hollow-body guitar ($425 value
for $200). 60-watt amp. ($200 value,
$80): or both for $250. Call Mike,
764-1133. X30
VOX, hollow-body guitar ($425 value
for $200). 60-volt amp. ($200 value
$80); or both for $250. Call Mike, 764-
1133. X30
UPRIGHT PIANO, excel. tone, good
cond. $85. 665-6307. X22
FENDER Stratocaster elect. guitar with
hard shell case. $175. Rick,- 761-2870.
X12

August. Will buy one-way if neces- The two exchanged stick slashes
sary. Call Dave at 769-2191 or 761- and then exchanged punches.
4908. F38 They were broken up, but went at
WANTED-1 female roommate to share it again.
3-man for fall. Freak preferable. Sally, In the second brawl, linesman
763-9812. F41 George Ashley was knocked down
by Kennedy as the Toronto for-
BLOOD DONORS ward tried to get at Cheevers.
URGENTLY NEEDED Cheevers, for his part, has spent
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh nega- his time keeping Toronto shots out
tive Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 9-4; of the net, and has been rather
Wed. 1-7 (18-21 years olds need par- successful, as shown by the fact
ent's permission that Toronto has not scored in the

We have proven
"We sell for less"
Check with us-
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'169,1DART,
SWINGER 2-DOOR HARDTOP
12085
'69 Coronet
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$2265
'69 Charger
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$2745
'69 Polara
4-DOOR
$2595
LOW PRICES ARE AN
ESTABLISHED WAY OF LIFE

NOTHING GOOD EVER HAPPENS
FAST. F14
WQ, is interviewing for a tutor in
residence for the '69-170 ,year. Posi-
tion includes apartments (private
bath) and free meals. Interested sin-
S gle male or female contact Mike Fors-
ter, 764-2779 or Craig Gelfenbaum,
764-5760. P30
PHOTO EQUIPMENT FOR RENT
Phone 764-9216
U of M Photo Services
526 LS&A Bldg.
F28
WANTED: 2 bdrm. 2-man apt. in old
hse. for fall. Call Sandy, 761-7292.
THUS we say unto Brezhnev-"Let my
people Go!" CJS. P44
FOR SALE-TWO tickets to THE AL-
CHEMIST, Sat. nite. $4 seats. Call
761-9593. FE
TIRED OF PIZZA? We will deliver
sandwiches. Corned beef OR pastrami.
89c; roast, beef, 69c; barbecued, 40c:'
kosher hot dogs, 35c; cole slaw and
potato salad, 15c. Deliveries 5 p.m.
until midnight, Sun. thru Thurs.;
5 p.m. to 2 a.m., Fri. and Sat. 35c
delivery charge for orders under $3 50.
Whistle Stop, 662-2270. P29
2 FEMALE Roommates wanted. 2 bed-
room completely furn., air-conditioned
apt, near hospital. Phone 761-4902.
ask for Jan. F25
DISHWASHER RENTALS. 663-1761. F401
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first two games,
Cheevers, however, gives the
credit elsewhere.
"They, deserve the credit more
than I do," he said, referring to
his teammates. "Our defense has
been super. The wings have been
coming back fast_ every i Ame.
Everybody's been helping out."
The Boston goaltender singled
out veteran left wingers Johnny'
Bucyk and Ron Murphy for spe-
cial praise.
Bucyk, 33, scored the first two
goals of Thursday night's game,
giving him four in the series. He
had tallied only three goals in 37.
previous playoff games stretching
back to 1956.
Murphy, 35, also had a goal and
an assist, and his four points for
the two games represent more
than he scored in any of his eight
previous Stanley Cup appearances,
GRAD UAT E
WA NTE D
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for
KLI NGLER-WARNER
PONTIAC
Contact Mr. Lewis
at 769-10

DOWN THEN OUT-Boston defenseman Don Awrey, on top, pummelst Toronto forward Forbes
Kennedy during the second period of the first Boston-Toronto slugfest. The fight was one of
several engaged in by the peppery Maple Leaf left winger, who so stirred up the Boston Garden
crowd that he was later belted by several of the fans. He was belted in a different way by league
president Clarence Campbell, who suspended him indefinitely.
HIGHEST SCORING HOOPSTER
Maravich cops scoring crown

At
Champ
H inton's
Arborland Dodge
Inc. 3365 Washtenaw 971-5000
ANN ARBOR

NEW YORK (/P)-Just as' every-
one expected, Pistol Pete Maravich
of Louisiana State set a season's
scoring record in college basketball
for the recently concluded 1969
campaign.
The National Collegiate Sports
Services made it official Saturday
with its final statistical report for
major colleges.
Pistol Pete averaged 44.2 with
1,148 points in 26 games to shat-
ter the 43.8 record he set as a
sophomore during the 1968 season.
He did it despite an injured knee,
a sore heel and bad back.
Pistol Pete, a two-time All-
American, was even better on the
road than on his home court in
beating out Rick Mount of Purdue,
who finished second with a 33.3
average. Maravich averaged 46.5
in 15 road games compared to
41.0 for games at Baton Rouge.
In his senior year in 1970 Mar-
avich will try to equal the record
of Cincinwati's Oscar Robertson,
who won three straight national
scoring titles, and break Robert-
son's 2,973 record career points.
At this current career average of
44.0 Pistol Pete would reach 2,974
in his 16th game of his senior
season.
Calvin Murphy of Niagara fin-
ished third to Maravich and
Mount with an average of 32.4.
Spencer Haywood of Detroit was
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fourth at 31.8 and Bob Tallent of
George Washington fifth at 28.9.
Lew Alcindor, who led UCLA
to a third straight national cham-
pionship and who signed a million
dollar pact with the pro NBA Mil-
waukee Bucks last Wednesday,
won the field-goal percentage title
at .635. The agile 7-foot-i1/2 giant
also set the major 'college career
mark of .641, breaking the .624 set
by Jerry Lucas of Ohio State dur-
ing the 1960-61-62 seasons.
Haywood won the rebounding
title with an average of 21.5, be-
coming the first sophomore to win
this title since Dave Debusschere,
also of Detroit, did it in 1960.
Bill Justus of Tennessee took
the foul shooting crown by con-
verting 133 of 147 free throws in
28 games for a percentage of .904.
Purdue was first in team of-
fense averaging 93.0 points. Army
topped the team defense list,
yielding an average of 53.5 in 28
games. Jacksonville U. ,was the
best foul shooting team at 78.3
and UCLA the best team in field
goal percentage at .514,

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ABA owner threatens raid
e aeson established NBA vets
DALLAS (AW) - Max Williams,1 Williams who was an All-
general manager of the Dallas Southwest Conference basketball
Chaparrals of the American Bas- star at Southern Methodist Uni-
ketball Association, aimed these versity, said, "I'll tell you this, if
words yesterday at veterans in the the NBA doesn't think we, are in
National Basketball Association: business to stay then they a r e
"If you want a raise, come see crazy."
me"Williams sa i d NBA players
Williams, who said the NBA was jumping to the A wouldn't os
signing players while th e y are I their pension "because we make
still in college, said, "From now the peninrtocie lf a
on, there are no rules, since the ension retroactive. Cliff Ha-
NBA won't play by any rules. We, gan Dallas player-Acach had 10
the ABA, h a v e declared all-out years in the NBA pension when he
tthe ABAc ared alut came to us, and we just made it
wHe said that the ABA had left retroactive 10 years."

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Photo by E.ng Galoway
JYWfany-have moved..
but the Paulists
The Paulists arrived on the
West-Side of New York City
in 1858. In 1895 they moved
into San Francisco's China-.
town and iito the fringes of
Chicago's Loop in 1904.
They're still there.
Times change. Neighborhoods
change. Sometimes they go up.
Sometimes they go down --
but through it all the Paulist
stays. As long as there are
people to be served the Paulist
will be there.
The Paulist may be in the
same old place but he con-
stantly does new things. That's
one of the characteristics of
the Paulist order: using their
own individual talents in new
ways to meet the needs of a
fast-changing world in the col-
leges... in communications...
in the ghettos.

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from home,
just bounced?

the NBA veterans alone and con-3
centrated on the gra-duating col-
lege crop, but indicated this tac-
tic might have to be "reconsider-
ed."
"The NBA veterans know the,
situation," Williams said, "Our
league has had a number of them
contact us. The courts have al-
ready shown in the Rick Barry
case. that a player can either sit
out a year or play out his option.
"If an NBA player wants a raise,
all he has to do is see us. He'll
either get it fr6m his present em-
ployer or we'll hire him."

Williams said that Lew Alcin-
dor, who signed with the Milwau-
kee Bucks of the NBA, was first
offered $2.4 million by the ABA
before the highly publicized $4.4
million offer.
"I believe he was in a situation
where he couldn't sign with us,"
said Williams. "But I tell you this,
we're not dead because Alcindor
didn't sign with the ABA.
"It's had very little effect on us.,
Just tell those NBA players we're
open for business if they want a
raise."

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