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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967

Mantle Nears Mark with 499th;

1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-955
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

Chisox Down Tigers

By The Associated Press
Tom Tresh's error with two out
In the ninth allowed Harmon Kil-
lebrew to score the tying run last
night and Rich Reese's run-scoring
single' gave Minnesota a 4-3 tri-
umph over the Yankees.
The Yankees were leading 3-1
going into the ninth thanks to
Mickey Mantle's 499th career
home run, after starter Fred Tal-
bot gave up a single to Zoilo Ver-
salles and a walk to Killebrew,
Hal Reniff came in to pitch.
Say Olympic
Games Lag
TEHRAN, Iran (.)-Represent-
atives of International Sports Fed-
erations told the International
Olympic Committee yesterday tfiey
considered preparations for the
1968 Olympic Games in Mexico
City to be "far behind."
A Mexican report presented at
the 64th IOC session said, how-
ever, that construction is coming,
along well and that all prepara-
tions would be finished six weeks
before the competitions begin.
The Mexican reply. presented
by Pedro Ramirez, said 80 per cent
of the buildings were completed
and new roads were under con-
struction.
"The general impression is that
Mexico will stage very, very fine
games," said J. W. Westhoff, the
IOC's secretary at a press con-
ference.
South Africa, banned from ear-
lier meetings, took its place for
the first time in a meeting of
National Olympic groups with the
4 executives of the IOC.
Delegates from 14 other African
nations sat quietly as the South
African officials took their seats.
Later the 14 announced they
would boycott the 1968 games if
South Africa is pernitted to com-
pete without changing its racial
policies.
The executive board of the IOC
delayed a decision on the threat
until after a visit to South Africa
to study the problem first hand.
'League Leaders
By The Associated Press
AMERICAN LEAGUE
BATTING 30 at bats-Kaline,
Detroit, .383; Petrocelli, Boston,
.362; F. Robinson, Baltimore, .361;
Casanova, Washington, .341; Cat-
er, Kansas City, .339.
RUNS BATTED IN-Blefary,
Baltimore, 14; F. Robinson, Bal-
timore, 14; Freehan, Detroit, 14;
Kaline, Detroit, 13; Mincher, Cali-
fornia, 11; F. Howard, Washing-
ton, 11.
HOME RUNS-Blefary, Balti-
4 more, 5; F. Robinson, Baltimore,
5; Mincher, California, 5; Kaline,
Detroit, 5; Freehan, Detroit, 4;
Allison, Minnesota, 4; F. Howard,
Washington, 4.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BATTING - Thomas, Chicago,
.400; Brock, St. Louis, .387; Gon-
4 zalez, Philadelphia, .364; Clemen-
te, Pittsburgh, .358; B. Williams,
Chicago, .352.
RUNS BATTED. IN-Brock, St.
Louis, 20; D. Johnson, Cincinnati,
17; Torre, Atlanta, 13; Cepeda, St.I
Louis, 12; McCarver, St. Louis, 12.1
HOME RUNS-D. Johnson, Cin-
cinnati, 6; Brock, St. Louis, 6;
McCovery, San Francisco, 5; R.
Allen, Philadelphia, 4; Aaron, At-!
lanta, 4; Torre, Atlanta, 4.

He walked Bob Allison, who was
forced, with Versalles scoring. Russ
Nixon then popped out and Ron
Clark popped a high fly to Tresh
in left. When Tresh dropped the
ball, Killebrew scored.
Mantle's 370-foot blast into the
right field bleachers came with
two out in the first inning off
Dave Bosewell.
Pete Ward and Tom McCraw
produced run-scoring singles in
the first inning that carried the
Chicago White Sox to a 2-1 vic-
tory over Detroit.
Reliver Bob Locker saved Gary
Peters' second victory of the sea-
son, putting down an eighth in-
ning threat after the Tigers had
picked up their only run.
The Sox scored after two out in
the opening inning when Tommie
Agee was hit by a pitched ball,
stole second and scored on Ward's
single to left. An error and Mc-
Craw's single to, right brought
Ward home.
A two-run single by Mike Shan-
non backed the two-hit pitching
of Ray Washburn as the St. Louis
Cardinals defeated the Cincinnati
Reds 2-0.
The Cardinals got to starter
Milt Pappas Roger Maris bunted
for a single with one out in the
fourth inning. Orlando Cepeda
then lined a double and Tim Mc-
Carver, was purposely walked fill-
ing the bases.
The game was played in one
hour and forty minutes, the fast-
est of the major league season.
Dick Kelley pitched a three-
hiter and Mack Jones hit a two-
Late Scores

For Tie
run homer as Atlanta shut out
Chicago 4-0.
Kelley yielded a triple in the
first to Billy Williams, gave up a
bunt single to Don Kessinger in
the third, and allowed a hit in
the sixth when Glenn Beckert
bounced a liner off his glove.
Phil Ortega pitched a four-hit-
ter and the Washington Senators
broke loose for four runs in the
seventh inning, defeating Kansas
City 6-1.
ACLU Hits

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FOR RENT

FOR RENT

Clay Strip
NEW YORK (P)--The New York
Civil Liberties Union charged yes-
terday that the New York State
Athletic Commission stripped Cas-
sius Clay of his heavyweight title
as punishment "for his political
and social convictions."
In a letter to Edwin B. Dooley,
commission chairman, Aryeh Nei-
er, the Civil Liberties Union's exe-
cutive director called the commis-
sion's action "as unprecedented as
it is unprincipled."
The commission stripped Clay,
who prefers to be known as Mu-
hammad Ali, of his title last Fri-
day shortly after he refused to be
inducted into the Army in Hous-
ton, Tex.
The World Boxing Council con-
tinued its recognition of Cassius
Clay as heavyweight champion
yesterday when the council issued
its world rankings for May and
June.
Luis Spota, president of the
WBC, said he has sent letters to
members of the world-wide organ-
ization asking whether the WBC
should withdraw its recognition
from Clay.
The World Boxing Association
also stripped Clay's title from him.,

FEMALE TO SHARE plush, modern
apt. Own bedroom. Pleasant sur-
roundings. 10-min. from campus by
car. Rent $77/mo. Phone 663-4585
after 6 p.m. C
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY thru Aug.
15-Furnished 3 bdrm, house on
State St. Reasonable. NO 3-0683. C8
CHEAP-Broadway Terrace. One bed-
room. Available now. Summer sublet
with fall option. Close. Phone 663-
3237 or 764-7218. C9
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL area-Large fur-
nished rooms for men. Summer
and/or fall. Call NO 8-6906. Clo
FURNISHED ROOMS for reht. All
utilities, near campus and hospital.
Call 761-8297. C12
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL
Girls - Large rooms. Kitchen, living
room with TV, laundry. 663-3591 or
662-1996. Cl
WANTED-Male grad student with car.
Apt, with garage in exchange for 12
hours work per week. 663-2588. C2
LARGE ROOMS available in apt. Use
of kitchen and living room. 662-8121.
C13
3 BEDROOMS, 3-man apt. and rooms.
Low rental. Call Ron, 761-2795, C14
2 BDRM. APT., kitchen, parking, close
to campus, $60/man. Call Al, 663-
3057. C15
ONE MAN NEEDED to share mod. 3-
man apt., air cond., dishwasher, park-
ing. Call evenings, 663-9705. C4E
GRAD. GIRL WANTED to share mod.
bl-level, 4-man apt. for fall. Close to
campus. Call 665-3179. C5
FURNISHED ROOMS for male students.
One block to campus, or summer ses-
sion. Also efficiency apt. 1108 Hill, or
call 761-4126. C6

1506 Broadway
Modern unfurnished 1-bedroom apart-
ment with wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, stove, and refrigerator. Immed-
iate, summer, or fall occupancy.
Other 2-bedroom unfurnished apart-
ments.

Summer

CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662-7787
WE HAVE
FALL
APARTMENTS

Sublet

C

SUMMER SUBLET
NEED ONE ROOMMATE for LARGE
modern 4-man opposite S. Quad. 666-
8257. U14
AVAILABLE NOW - Furnished 1-bed-
room new apt. Has living room, din-
nette, kitchenette, shower. Many, ex-
tra efficiency features. Summer rental
$125 including utilities with option
to re-rent for fall. Vicinity E. Kings-
ley and Main. Phone 761-2030. U16

761-3688

665-4400
C7

761-8055 and 665-2689
-E U15
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
large modern apt. Air-cond., TV, pool.
$52.50/mo. Call Jan, 764-7516 days.
SUMMER RENTAL of large house for
$200/mo..708Arch St. Call Kenwood
7-3417 or Kenwood 7-5203 evenings,
U12
NEED AN APARTMENT FOR JULY &
AUGUST?-We've got just the place
you're looking for. Large, modern 2
bedroom apt., CENTRAL AIR CON-
DITIONING, parking and laundry fa-
cilities. SUN DECK, guaranteed to
give yo uthe best Ann Arbor tan.
316 E. Madison, No. 17. Call 761-2235.
UC
APARTMENTS

418 E. Washington Street
WASH I NGTON
MANOR
ON CAMPUS-NR. FRIEZE &
ANGELL HALL
We are now leasing for fall 1967
DELUXE & SPACIOUS 1 BEDROOMS
FOR 3 STUDENTS. Fully furnished
in modern decorator colors, bal., air-
cond., disposals, soundproof, laundry,
storage. EXTRA FEATURES - Large
study hall and a very quiet building.
For appt. call NO 8-6906.
C11

PERSONAL
WHAT'S SPELUNKING? Read THE
SWINGER'S GUIDE. On sale at news-
stands and book stores, or send 69c
to Swingers' Guide, 11357 N. Shore
Dr., Whitmore Lake, Mich. F4
SINCE ALMOST all good diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mounting does not guarantee
the quality of the major diamond
in 'the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. F2
LOOKING for an Apartment? We have
what you want. 761-3688. F3
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portables for
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
HEY, GUESS WHAT! There are mil-
lions of dandelions in back of the
Grad. Would scalped people still
appreciate them? FC
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 ANWSERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
FOR SALE-One Buco Motorcycle Hel-
met. $15. Call 761-2235. FC
DEAR BRUTE,
The Daily just isn't the same without
you . . . neither am I.-Love, Daisy.
FD
FOR SALE
I WILL SELL European Charter flight
ticket for May 12 to June 22 for only
$200. I am desperate. Please call: Phil
Zaret at 761-0770. B1
SUZUKI 80cc, 1966, $200, Also wife 55cc
step-thru, auto clutch, $180. Both in
very good condition. 482-5293. B2
SMITH CORONA portable silent type-
writer with case, Pica. $35, Phone
665-7343. B3
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
FOR SALE-'65 Yamaha 80. Exc. mech.
cond., sound transportation with
cover and straps. $190 or bargain. Ed
at 665-8722 after 5 p.m. Z
1965 HONDA Super Hawk, 305cc. Good
condition. Call 663-8882. Z4
1965 YAMAHA, 250 c.c., new engine.
HELP!! Must sell by Sat. Best offer
takes a beauty. Peter, 761-3223. ZI
1964 HONDA Scrambler 290 cc., exc.
cond. $425 or best offer. Call Scott,
663-8028. Z2

HELP WANTED
INTERNATIONAL Behavioral
Research ; Consulting Orgai
seeks Project Director to wor
attitude and moral surveys.
sive travel. Psychology, sooiolJ
business background preferre
cated in Chicago. Send resum
particulars to Box S1, c/o The
igan Daily.
WANTED-Female Waterfront D
Must be 21 and have W.S.I. S
$500. Write: Camp Director, C
Tree Girl Scout Council, 235C
view Parkway, Traverse City,
BABY SITTER to care for one
baby 4 p.m.-midnight. Mond
day. Call 764-0410 between 4 a
ask for Mary.
SALESMAN WANTED-Excluslve
work from your own home
train. For interview call 453-071
SECRETARY
Must read Spanish proficiently.
Kellogg Foundation, Phone 61
1221, 400 North Avenue, Battle
Mich.
WANTED:
Sailors to crew Saturdays. D
(Detroit River Yachting Associ
Races and Sundays, Club Ra
Class C Cruising--Racing Sloop;
phone after 7:00 p.m. Detroit 83
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDE
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10, and
Rh negative. Hoirs: Mon, thru
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YPSILANTI
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USED CARS
1965 CORVETTE convert., exc. con
sale cheap. Uncle Sam wants
Call TW 2-0211, Detroit.
VOLVO, 1960. A-i condition. $400
3227 or 764-7498.
1964 PLYMOUTH 4 door sedan
cond., under warranty, best
663-2024.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Men's prescription suni
with heavy black frames. Cal
7343.
BARGAIN CORNER

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borg (2-1).
Home run-Boston, Andrews,

MODERN 2 MAN, balcony, ceramic tub,
parking, close to campus, storage and
washing, year lease from August.
$175/mo. Tom or Ed at 761-9266. CD
ROOMS FOR SUMMER $5 per week. TV,
LOUNGE. CALL 668-9593. C3
1 17 North Thayerr
Fall Occupancy
Spacious 1-bedroom apartment to be
completely remodeled with new fur-
nishings and wall-to-wall carpeting.
Other efficiency, 1. 2, and 3 bedroom
apartments in excellent hospital and
campus locations.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662-7787
C'

TRANSPORTATION
WANTED - Two tickets for Europe
leaving June 27. Call 761-6343.EG
DAILY Commuter from Okemos to Ann
Arbor desires riders or rides. Call
Okemos 332-1196. G2
SUMMER SUBLET
FEMALE TO SHARE plush, modern
apt. Own bedroom. Pleasant sur-
roundings. -mn. from campus by
car. Rent $77/mo. Phone 663-4585
after 6 p.m. U
CAMBRIDGE. MASS.-5 room furnished
summer sublet. 5-10 min. walk from
Harvard. $90/month-will bargain-
contact: Sandy Krieger, c/o Board of
Student Advisers, Harvard Law
School. Ul

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE .
W L Pct. GB
Detroit 10 7 .588 -
Chicago 10 7 .588 -
x-Boston 9 7 .563 V2
New York 9 8 .529 1
Baltimore 9 9 .500 1
Washington 9 9 .500 1%/
x-California 9 10 .474 2
Cleveland 8 9 .471 2
Minnesota 7 10 .412 3
Kansas City 7 16 .389 3%4
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, Baltimore 1
Washington 6, Kansas City 1
Minnesota 4, New York 3
Chicago 2, Detroit I
Boston 1, California 0 (8th)
TODAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
DAVID KNOKE

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Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE,
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 8, New York 0
Philadelphia 1, Houston 0
'Atlanta 4, Chicago 0
Los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 5 (15th)
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at New York (n)
Houston at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Chicago at Atlanta
Only games scheduled

- SECOND HALF-From June 25. New raphy; varityping and composition.
Studio for 1 or 2. Air-cond., modern
H U RON TOW ERS kensomthecworks. 307 Thompson, 2 AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
fromcamus. all6622260 13 ASSCIAESINC.
North Campus ONE GIRL NEEDED to share modern 334 Catherine
a tc apt., one block from South Quad. ---_-__------
2200 Fuller Road Parking facilities. 326 E. Madison, No. MUSICAL MDSE.,
3. 665-X9080. U4
Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished or -RADIOS, REPAIRS
unfurnished. Free bus transportation. I ARBOR FOREST -~ RA IS-R-AR
Air-cond. Ample parking. Pool. Rec. 3 men needed to fill out 4-man apt. BARGAINS!
room. Restaurant. Lounge. 2, 3, or 4 Air-cond., very quiet, carpeted, mod- Demonstrator Sale on stereo compo-
man apts. available-summer sublets. ern! For first half or whole summer. nents-Friday, May 5th, 6-10 p.m.
Call 761-3965. Apt. 410. U6 The Music Center-304 S. Thayer
Rentals fCrom $1435.00X-C
663-0800 3 MAN APT, for sublet. Air-cond.,
closeAto campus.761-8463. 133 BANJOS, GUITARg, AND BONGOS
--__Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments

NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH -
YAMAHA - BWM - GILERA. 224
S. First. Phone 662-7409. Z
VESPA 150cc, German built touring
model Exc. cond. $190. Call 7641193.
Z5"
1964 HONDA 50. Wonderful condition.
1500 miles. $180 including helmet.
Call Larry, 663-4428. Z6
BMW 1954, 500cc. 761-5935 and 761-
6953. Z7
DOWNTOWN HONDA
CAMPUS LOCATION
SALE-SALE-SALE

Has Genuine LEVI's Gal(
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4
"White" and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.
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Small, Medium, Large, and Extra-
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PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
' 119 W. Washington
X
ROOM AND BOARD
DON'T CART GROCERIES this sum-
mer! Join a CO-OP instead. Room
and board for 8 weeks: $150; board
only for 8 weeks: $100. Contact Inter-
Cooperative Council, 2546 Student
Activities Bldg., 668-6872. El
WANTED TO RENT
FALL, TRANSFER student, junior,
wants to share 2-3-4 man apartment.
Write or call John Wood, 208 Mor-
rissey Hall, Notre Dame, Ind. Ph. 219
284-6680. Ll
WANTED TO rent or sublet-2 or 3
bedroom furnished apt. for one year
beginning August. Call collect. John
Leonard, Chicago, 363-4300. L

MODEL
CA100
CA102
C110
S65
CM91
CT90
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CA160
CH160
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CA77
CB77
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REGULARLY
$265.00
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$330.00
$350.00
$390.00
$373.00
$560.00
$640.00
$640.00
$685.00
$745.00
$760.00
$995.00

SALE
$250.00
$265.00
$260.00
$300.00
$325.00
$370.00
$350.00
$525.00
$605.00
$605.00
$650.00
$715.00
$710.00
$990.00

We have Honda Scramblers in stock.
Includes delivery and 3 free services
DEAL WITH THE GOOD GUYS
THEY SELL FOR LESS
The Good Guys Will Not
BE UNDERSOLD
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington Phone 665-8637
Z3

LEVI JACKETS
"White" or
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Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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LS

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LEVI'S Dungarees-$5.25
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
'White" & Colors-$6.50
COTTON TURTLENECKS-$t;
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