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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 9, 1969

Page 'Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wedesdy, r~rl 9 1969111

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Ruggers host tournament

SUMMER SUBLET
LARGE 4-man in Arbor Forest Apts,
-Bar, air condit., dishwasher, plenty of
parking. Great campus loc. $160/mo.
761-7451, U3
MODERN, bi-level four man, air con-
ditioned, 2 balconies, on campus apt.
May-Aug. Best offer. Call after 6
p.m., 769-1174. U16
NEED 2 GIRLS to share mod., air cond.,
apt, with 2 coeds: May-Aug. Visit
912 S. Forest, No. 7 evenings or call
662-1304. U17
2 BEDROOM, 2-MAN, all utiilties paid.
near campus, }top floor of house.
Rent negotiable. May-August. Call
769-1647. UE
MOD. 4 man. May-Aug. Bi-level 2 bed-
room, air cond., dishwasher, disposal,
parking. Geddes near Observatory.
761-9344. U36
1 MAN EFFICIENCY available summer
and fall, 1107 S. State. 761-9262. U48
QUIET mod. furn. 1-2 pers. EFFICIEN-
Cy. May-Aug. Negotiable and In-
expensive. Cali 769-2532 U6
2 BDRM., bi-level. Air conditioned,
dishwasher, parking, close to campus.
Call after 5 p.m.
769-4126
U2)
FIRST HALF only - 2 bdrm., mod.
furn., air cond., free parking, quiet,
great location. 769-0016. U1
NEED 1 MAN-for sublet to complete
4-man 1 block from campus (near
Law Quad), has dishwasher, disposal,
2-bdrms, balcony air-cond. mod, fur-
nishings normally $93/mo., subletting
for a mere $45/mo.. May-Aug. Call
769-1091. UF
ONE GIRL "looking for apt. to sublet
May and June. Will share. Call 764-
5925 persistently. UE
5 ROOM basement apt behind S. Quad.
May 1-June 20 or mid-Aug. Rent neg.
Call 769-4527. Ull
MODERN 4-MAN. Spacious bi-level. 2
air cond., dishwasher, covered park-
ing. 1 block from campus. Call 769-
5804. U13
3-BDRM. APT, in new bldg. May thru
Aug. Hosp.-campus area. 761-7940.
U12
HOUSE FOR 'SUBLET, May-August;
769-4472; three girls needed; fireplace,
back yard for sunning, air-condition-
er, very near campus. OP

SUMMER SUBLET
HUGE 3-MAN apt. 1 block from cam-
pus, with garage. Call 665-9467. UC
WANTED-1-2 nice people who like be-
ing outside to share 3 bdrm. Hansel-
Greteluhouse for full sum. A/O 1st
half: 2 miles from campus. 971-7782
evenings. U36
Summer
Sublets
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 pm. 761-8063
U2
SUMMER SUBLET-Two-man efficiency
in house. Great location-price nego-
tiable. Call 764-7600. UD
3 BDRM. APT. in new bldg. May thru
Aug. Hospital-campus area. 761-7940.
U35
ONE. TWO, or THREE MEN to sublet
May through August. $50 each. Ideal
apt. with carpeting, new furniture,
cooling, new kitchen, many closets,
disposal parking basement laundry.
congenial open-minded neighbors and
landlord. Call 769-4784: 110 Hill, No.
2. U50
ONE, TWO or THREE MEN to sublet
May through August. $50 each. Ideal
apt. with 'carpeting, many closets,
disposal, parking, basement laundry
congenial open-minded neighbors and
landlord. Call 769-4784. 110 Hill No. 2.
U50
2 GIRLS NEEDED to share large
apartment for summer. Very close to
campus. 665-0003. UP
2 BEDROOM summer~ sublet. Modern,
furnished, cool, quiet. Minutes to
hospitals. 663-3666. U31
3 GIRLS FOR May through August.
CHEAP. Call 761-2625. U
2 MEN NEEDED, modern, on campus,
parking, air cond. $35. 662-8307. U9
AVAILABLE MAY 1-1, 2, 3, and 4-man.
The Ambassador Co. 761-7982. U27
LOOK, SEE
our sublet of sublets! Each room of
our' roomy 5$ room 2 bdrm., -
man is huge in itself, fully carpet-
ed, air-cond., of course, modern as
an apt, can be. Need dishes? Pots
and pans? East Madison near Pack-
ard and that's close Call 769-1649,
ask for anyone. UP
SUMMER
SUBLETS I
The following tenants of Apartments
Limitedhave indicated a desire to
sublease their apartments for the
summer.
1001 S. FOREST, No. 217. 2 bdrm.
apt., excellent location, 668-6933.
*526PACKARD, No. 201. Large 2
bdrm. one block from S. Quad. 761-
1482.
" 1506 GEDDES, No. 6. Hospital loca-
tion, good for sunbathiing. 761-
4950.
" 848 TAPPAN, No. 20. Need 2 guys to
share. Near Bus. Ad.and Law
School. 761-597.
Hill, 761-3663
If you are a tenant of Apartments
Limited and have not yet contacted
us regarding a sublease, please do so
immediately so we may update our
files.
APARTMENTS LIMITED-663-0511
TH IS AD CHANGES DAILY
U4
MAY-AUG.-1-2 men to share close
mod. 2 bdrm., air-cond. 761-9122. U23
2 MEN NEEDED, modern, on campus,
air cond., parking. $35. 662-8307. U24
LOOKING FOR A groovy apt. near the
Arb and hospitals? 2 bedrm., bilevel
in the Chalet. Lg. liv. room, separate
kitchen, balcohy, all the mod. cony's.
Stop by 1364 Geddes, Apt. D or call
769-0664. UF
SUBLET-Modern 4-man, close to cam-
pus. Name price. 769-4922. U41

SUMMER
1 bedroom.--418 E. Washington
2 bedroom-521 Walnut,
Rental Information, 761-2943

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
WOLLENSACK 4-track stereo tape re-
corder, 2 mikes, good cond. 769-1240.
X3
SHURE GOLD unisphere microphone.
Mint condition. Half price. 769-0612
anytime. X2
BARELY USED portable stereo. Half
original price, 665-8582, X1
SCOTT, stereo compact AM-FM phono,
excellent condition. $225. 761-9044,
X50
GIBSON96 string, good condition. Must
sell. '769-0722. X49
FISHER-400 receiver. $160 or best offer.
665-6844. X47
STANDEL AMP
Super custom 250 watt 2-2 speaker.
Reverb verbrate, ex. cond. Call 971-
8537. X48
STEREO amp; tape deck; speakers;
turntable. Ex. cond. Call 769-0868,
John or Jim. X46
GUITARS: 12-string, Gibson 6-string,
Epphone classical. Call 665-9467. X34
VOX WYMAN BASS, showman top. Cab-
inet with 3 Lansing D-140-F bass
speakers. 764-7774. X43
BIG FENDER Bassman-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
UPRIGHT PIANO, excel. tone, good
cond. $85. 665-6307. X22
VOX, hollow-body guitar ($425 value
for.$200). 60-volt amp. ($200 value
$80); or both for $250. Call Mike, 764-
1133, X30
FENDER Stratcaster elect. guitar with
hard shell case. $175. Rick, 761-2870.
X13
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 YAMAHA 80cc. $150. Call 769-2541.
Za
1967 TRIUMPH Bonnesville. Call Mike
Parks, 74-3680 or 761-5676. Zil
1968 HONDA CL9O Scrambler. Great
buy with helmet. Call Steve,r665-6439.
Z1
BMW R-50, good conditioneM$500i
best offer. Mike, 761-2612. Z3
HONDA 50, step through, cheap. Call
Jerr, 761-0155, ZD
LATE '66 HONDA 300. Modified. All
chromed. 1500 miles. $350. Call 769-
5804. Z7
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE
CM-91...................$155.72
C-102...................... 157.15
S-65......................170.00
C-100....................178.58
C-110 .F..................... 191.43
CA-160..........384.29
CA-77 dream...............421.43
CB-160 red or white ........428.58
CB-160 black or blue........ 434.29
CB-77 red.................575.72
6B-77 black or blue........618.58
CB-450 4 speed ............. 708.58
Price does not include freight prep-
aration, taxes, or license fees.
All orders must be made by April
30 for delivery by May 31.
All sales are conditional as to model
and color availability.
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
971-4500
(This ad must accompany order)
ZE
1968 CL 350, 1500 ml., excellent condi-
tion, special paint and grips, broken
in properly and well serviced, helmets
and maintenance extras included.
$575. Call Benny at 764-1796 or 769-
1174 after 5:30. Z18
1967 HONDA street machine. Best offer,
over $500. 39 tooth sprocket and meg-

aphones for a CB450. 3.50-18 Dunlop
tire. Bill, 769-1729. ZN
1966 SUZUKI X-6, very good cond. 1962
TRIUMPH TR-6, just overhauled and
paiinted. Call 769-0868. Z16
HONDA 5-90 and helmet. $100. Call
Bob. 769-3390. Z15
1967 HONDA SPORT 50. Must sell-ex-
cellent condition. 769-3390. ZD
HONDA 90 stepthrough. 764-7945. Z14

The third annual Big Ten Rugby
Championship Tournament will be
held at Ferry Field in Ann Arbor
this weekend, April 12 and 13.
Most of the Big Ten schools-Il-
linois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio State,
Michigan, Michigan State, and
Wisconsin-will compete in the
tournament.
The Tournament was initiated
two years ago at Bloomington, as
the hometown Hoosiers, became
the first Big Ten champs. Last
year, the host team, this time Wis-
consin, again walked off with
the title. This year, the prospects
look very good for the continu-
ation of the tradition.

Each team will play two pre- 1
liminary matches on Saturday and
the winning squads will play in;
either the consolation or cham-
pionship match on Sunday.
The Michigan XV, who is un-
defeated in Big Ten competition
since the spring of 1968, will have
its toughest competition in the
preliminaries. At 11:00 a.m., Sat-
urday they will play Iowa, a very
strong side whom Michigan has
never met. Then, at 4:00 p.m. they
will play either Wisconsin or In-
diana,
Although the Ruggers beat In-
diana 6-0 last fall and tied Wis-

consin 0-0, neither team will pro-
vide an easy match.
Indiana was the second place
finisher in the Big Ten last year
and are a strong enough club to
field three teams. The .team that
beat them, Wisconsin, is highly
regarded in the Midwestand
should provide all competition
with, a rough, fast game.
Ohio State is one of the tour-
nament dark horses. Since losing
in their last contest with Michi-
gan, 8-5, Buckeye fortunes have
been up and down. Their greatest
achievement of late has been a
closemlossnto eigtheenth ranked,
team in the nation.
This year, to provide an even
nuimb~ f #Pt fn tho nra

Joe Marker

j uner of eams
Shue named to l.. achment, Michigan a
ond team entered
petitor. This team
Patriotsdeny o advancea
By The Associated Press Officials of the
Football Union ~
0 NEW YORK - Gene Shue, who led Baltimore from last place survey the talent
to first in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association, representative 'sid
was named the pro league's Coach of the Year yesterday- mond RFC (a first
This gave the Bullets a sweep of the league's post-season indi- London, England)
vidual awards. Previously, Wes Unseld, the 6-foot, 71/ All-American Chicago.
from Louisville, was selected as the Most Valuable Player and they
Rookie of the Year,
* n:~ IL
* BOSTON - Rumors that the Boston Patriots of the American B iD I bc
Football League were about to move to Seattle have been denied in
both cities.
A story in yesterday's Boston Herald Traveler said word of the The Universit
shift was expected "within a few days." will open todaya
"It's all news to me," responded Patriots President William H.ing tomorrow, t
open at 8:00 a.i
Sullivan yesterday, saying all the team's moves in recent months have open seven days
been aimed toward remaining in Boston in 1969. will be$1.25 for
Lafa Lane Jr., the Seattle man who tried to purchase the Patriots for faculty,$3.5
last December, also denied the report. and $7.00 for an
There *
4 GREENSBORO, N.C. - Horace "Bones" McKinney, former There will be a
Wake Forest coach, was named head coach of the Carolina Cougars Anderson Room
of the American Basketball Association yesterday. sponsored by the.
James Gardner announced at a news conference that McKinney's on Intramurals, C
salary will be $100,000 for a multi-year period. Gardner declined to Recreation, conc
disclose the number of years McKinney had been signed to serve as ntesed In rasuder
coach.

or te tourna
will have a sec-
as a non-com-
n will only play
ry matches, aind
to the finals on
Midwest Rugby
will be here to
for the Union
e to play Rich-
t class club from
next month in
Dar d
y Golf Course
at noon. Start-
he course will
m. and will be
a week. Fees
students,. $2.00'
0 f or alumni,
y guest.
n open hearing
ive p.m., in the
of the Union,
Advisory Board
Club Sports, and
erning the pro-
J Buildings. All
nts are invited
he opportunity
and offer their
rding the fa-

Excedrin headache no. I
the stadium problem
The problem of replacing inadequate professional sports facilities
has caused king-sized headaches in several American cities, and
Detroit is proving no exception.
The good burgers of the Motor City are finding, as did the
Bostonians and denizens of Pittsburgh, that agreeing on the need for
za new stadium and agreeing on the details are two quite different
matters.
For several years now, Detroit's sports citizenry has recognized
the inadequacy of "Tiger Stadium, which functions as the home
of both the Tigers and the NFL's Lions.
The creaking edifice ,is already 30 years old, and it is no secret
that without major renovation it will become unsuited for use within
five years.
In addition, the Lion's season-ticket holders, which number ap-
proximately 35,000, have long been discontent with their view of the
gridiron, since 40,000, or four-fifths of the seats are located behind
the goal lines.
With these facts in mind, several Detroit groups have had
grandiose idea Jor the prospective new stadium. The whole movement
first gathered momentum when Detroit made a concerted drive to land
the 1968 Summer Olympics. At that time, there was considerable
palaver about building an 85,000-110;000 seat monstrosity for the
Olympics, which would later be used by the Lions and Tigers.
That fantasy was squelched when Mexico City was chosen host
for the Games,.but the drive for a stadium has recently become very
strong.
It has only been lately that planners have discovered the magni-
tude of the problems which they face. Right now everyone is arguing
over the possible locations, with five under consideration, two within
Detroit and three in the suburbs.
However, although bitter words are currently being exchanged
on the relative merits of each of the sites, there are much more
basic problems which have not been dealt with yet.
The biggest stumblingblock is no doubt the method of finance.
The ideal solution would be for Tiger owner John Fetzer and/or Lion
owner William Clay Ford to shell out the dough himselves for the
project. However, this won't happen for several reasons.
The expense, which will run into the tens of millions of dollars,
is prohibitive for even a Ford. In addition, if one of the owners finances
the stadium, he is practically committed to keeping his team in Detroit
indefinitely. Although it is sacreligious to even whisper about a
franchise shift out of the Motor City, such a desire might cross an
owner's mind if he starts losing money.
For example, just a few years ago, Boston Red Sox owner Tom
Yawkey hinted that he might be forced out of that baseball stronghold
if antiquated Fenway Park were not replaced. The 3.7 million people
who have watched the Red Sox have temporarily ended that kind of
talk.
If neither Ford nor Fetzer finances the project, the only possible
fund sources left are public or private developers.
There is considerable opposition to using public money in
such a venture. In the first place, the vast majority of the resi-
dents of the metropolitan area don't attend either the Tigers' or
Lions' games, and have no desire to chip in for the project. Also,
there is a considerable number of opponents who wonder why their
money should be used to subsidize the fixed operating costs of
profit-making enterprises. In addition, a publicly-financed
stadium allows the teams to skip town whenever they want, and
if that happens, the investment is rendered worthless. Just ask
Milwaukeeans, who were raped by the Braves for over a decade,
and now have County Stadium decorating the countryside.
Fetzer has thrown another financial monkey-wrench into the
situation by demanding compensation for mving out of Tiger Sta-
dium, he owns. His reasoning is amazingly stark: If he leaves the old
structure, he still has to pay taxes on it and will eventually have to
pay for its demolition. He feels he should be remunerated accordingly.
Such compensation would certainly anger iany taxpayers if they
had to foot the bill. There are considerable numbers who feel that
ghetto revitalization and the shoring up of the crumbling public school
system are slightly more worthy monetary outlets.
At this point it is interesting to note the insignificance of Bill
Ford's role in the whole stadium picture. As a current tenant of
Fetzer's, he will have to tag along with the Tigers' owner if Fetzer
decides to move. On the other hand, if Fetzer decides to stay, the
stadium won't be built at all. In either case he has little to say.
Assuming that all the financial barriers can be overcome, there
is inevitable homeowners outrage to contend with. There has already
been an indication of what to expect.
When one of the suburban groups recently revealed plans to
build a privately-financed stadium, the stink was raised immediately.
Let the peopl of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Balti-
more, and Buffalo beware of what they're up against.

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The American Friends Service Committee*
a Quaker-founded group for service and social change)
WILL HOLD ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 9-5
a the SUMMER PLACEMENT OFFICE,
212 SAB (downstairs), for:j

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605 E. William

and will have ti
to ask questions
suggestions rega
cilities.

APT. SUBLET; July-Aug.; 2-3 men;
cool; cheap. 769-3619. U41
3-MAN SUMMER Sublet. CHEAP. Close
to campus. Call 761-3678. UD
5 BEDROOM HOUSE, 1023 S. Church.
4 or 5 man, rental to be discussed.
Call 761-9063 or 769-1327.U 18
MODERN 4 man AIR cond., DISPOSAL.
SUPERB location, SPACIOUS parking
lot. 1001 S. Forest, No. 330. $50/mo./
per person. WILL BARGAIN. Call 761-
2560. U12
SPACIOUS 3 or 4 man, parking, air-
cond., close to campus. 927 S. Forest,
No. 203. Call 663-9866. U13
MAY-AUG. sublet for 2 men to share
with one until July. Good location,
furn., air cond., will negotiate. 769-
1627. U14
SUMMER RENTALS
2, 3 or 4 man apt.-
406 Packard-Parking, dishwasher, air
cond., etc. $30-$40/man. Stop or Call
Mgr., 769-1394. 1329
SWIMMING POOL, air cond., 2 bed-
rooms in mod. 4-man, 1 or 2 girls
needed May to Aug. 764-9626. U30
SPRING-SUMMER sublet, 2 bedroom, 3
man. Dishwasher, appliances, parking,
good location-campus-hospital. Rent
negotiable. 521 Walnut, No. 12. 769-
4144. U18
FREE TV, balcony, air cond., 3 bdrm.,
2 baths, luxury apt. on campus needs
4 or 5 for entire summer. 769-1726. UD
SUBLET - Mod., close to campus, 2
bdrm., central air-cond., several park-
ing spaces. Call 76,1-3409 or 769-5193.
U116

769-1593

SUMMER PEACE & COMMUNITY
RELATIONS WORK
(caravans, group projects, placements)
COMMUNITY SERVICE IN LATIN AMERICA
OVERSEAS (E. & W. EUROPE, etc.) WORKCAMPS
Some aid available for projects that cost. Applications welcomed
from everyone. Those interested may register with Mrs. Cooper
at the Placement Service (764-7460) or just drop by, Informa-
tion and applications also available weekdays at the AFSC office
( 1414 Hill; 761-8283)

III

"THE STRUGGLE"
D. W. Griffith
Hal Skelly, Zita Johann
TUES., WED., APR. 8, 9
8:00, 10:00 75c
VINS de FRANCE
ANNUAL GROUP FLIGHT
DETROIT-PARIS
and return
PAN-AM JET
JUNE 16-JULY 14
$320-adults
For information call
761-4146
after 7, 663-3969

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AT
MI chigras Canval

1 GIRL NEEDED to share our, breezy
summer house May-June. You can
have whole house to yourself or with
a friend July-Aug. All for $45/mo.
769-6788. U17
MOD. FURNISHED, 2 man, 1 bdrm. apt.
Air' cond., balcony, May-Aug. 728 S.
Main, No. 306 769-4321 U32
1-2 GIRLS NEEDED for 3-man summer
sublet, immediate occupancy. Also
available for fall. 764-2460 or after 5,
769-6753, ask for Phyllis. U42
1 GIRL NEEDED for 4 man luxury apt.,,
2 min. from camps, betw. hospitals.
Call 761-6502 after 5 p.m. U43
1-2 GIRLS needed to sublet May-Aug.
3-man, 2 bedroom, furnished modern
apt., air cond., parking. Arbor Forest
Apts. Call Barb, 769-4947. U45
3 MAN SUBLET May-Aug. Modern, air
cond., Park Plaza, 1320 S. Univ., No.
12. 761-7657. U44
MODERN 2 bdrm apt.; plsnt. surround.,
close to campus (Cambridge & Olivia).
Grad. only. $41/mo. Call Dan Harrison,
764-7482. U46
MODERN air conditioned apt., 5 min-
utes from campus and South U. 761-
9023. U48

Need a Summer Apt.?
FREE LOCATING SERVICE
Best deals in town
Sublet Service
1217 S. University
665-8996
U38
3-4 MAN first floor of house 5 large
rooms. 511 Hill. 665-8188. U411
2 BEDROOM 4 man, air-cond., dish-
washer, etc. 1 block to campus or
hospital. 1330 N. Univ., No. 4. 761-
5720. U33
FOUR ROOM, 3 min. from Frieze, 2
man, air cond., off street parking.
Negotiable. 761-9331 U12
GREAT 3 bedroom 5-man apt., tri-level,
air-cond., dishwasher, balcony, 1 blk.
to campus. Call 769-2733. U27
MOD. 4-MAN, close to campus, air
cond., parking, balcony. $45 each,
will negotiate. Call 665-6253 after 5.
UC
SUMMER SUBLET-May-Aug. 2-3 man
apt., 1 bdrm., on campus. Phone:
769-0537, 4:30-7:00 p.m. U7
HUGE 3 or 4 MAN; fully furnished.
$130. Call 769-3612. U18

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