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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT I PERSONAL

The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
gan Regents' -bylaws prohibit dis-'
rimination in the University com-
nunity. Questions should be direct-
d to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
) CAR? Must live on Campus? Then
118 E. Washington St. is the build-
ing for you. 3-man, 1 bedroom, mod-
ern building, study hall. NO 8-6906..
C43
ANTED-A apiciery attic for this fall.J
Must have floor, walls, air and other
essentials. Call 665-8722. CE
ANTED-2 women, preferably grad
students to share modern 4-man apt.
n/porch, balcony, much closet space.
$55/mo. Call Linda, 761-3929 after 6
;.m. C41
)OMMATE WANTED (Female grad
or Sr.) to share furnished 2-bed-
oom apt. 663-4664. C35
.721 SOUTH FOREST
ARBOR FOREST
fering a ceniral campus location,
hese air-conditioned, modern apart-
nents provide quiet and spacious
acconmodations with parking ,and
aundry facilities.
* 2-bedroom furnished
* 2-bedroom unfurnished"
* 3-bedroom furnished
For rental information, Call 662-7787
(days) or 663-6052 (evenings).
C42
TIFFANY AND COLONY
736 PACKARD
Now Renting for Fall
2 or 3 man bi-level *or efficiency.
Furnished, air-cond., parking, close
to campus. Manager on premises.
Phone NO 3-8866 before 6 p.m. -
C

1-2 GIRLS TO SHARE large mod. 4-
man apt. 5 min, from campus. Shelly,
764-2906 or Roz, 665-0254. C37
APARTMENT LOCATING SERVICE
We attempt to list all available apart-
ments in the Ann Arbor area. All
detailed listings searched for your
convenience by computer.
Call 761-3688
1217 S. University
C39
3 OR 4 MAN bi-level furnished apts.
available for Fall. On campus. Dish-
washer, disposal, free parking,' air-
conditioned. Call NO 5-9627 after
5 p.m. C23

335 East Huron
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418 E. Washington Street

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UNUSUAL LAKE property, half hour
drive; for responsible couple, or 2'
grad students. $150/mo. Aug. 19 for
12 mos. 475-7625. C40
2 ROOMS available for fall in 5 bed-
room house. Private room, share rest
of house. Call 662-2043. CA
AVAILABLE AUG.22
CAMPUS-near
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
-New, spacious, 1 bedroom apt.
-Completely furnished, air-
conditioned and sound-proofed.
-$195 per month includes all utilities
except electricity.
DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600
019
SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET-$100. New, furnish-
ed, pool. Call 971-0667 after5. U38
WANTED TO RENT
COED WORKING during summer seeks
apt. with or without roommates. Now
for Aug. 22. Basically wanted room
with cooking facilities, own bath.
Call Joyce, '764-9847 after 6:30. L30
FEMALE GRAD student seeks 2 or 3
roommates with or without apt. for
Fall. 662-6992. L31
ANTHRO GRAD wishes campus area
apt, with 3 or 4 other girl grads2for
Fall. Max. $40-$50. 769-4799. L32
GRADUATE married couple. No chil-
dren, no pets, desires one-bedroom
house or apt. Sept. 1-Dec. 31. Loca-
tion unimportant. 761-0238. L29
FEMALE transfer student, Junior,
wishes apt, with 1, 2, or 3 girls. Call
Pontiac 338-4547. 1041 James K. Blvd.,
Pontiac, Mich. L23
ROOM AND BOARD
WANTED - Univ. girl to stay a few
weeks in private home, until roomers
return. No charge for room. Will
offer $10 for suitable girl. Call 668-
6551. E4
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 160; 1966, 3200 miles, plus 2
helmets. 761-7692. Z5
1966 HONDA C-100 55cc. Best offer over
$180. 761-2107. Z3
HONDA S-65, 1967, 600 miles. Exc. cond
$150 or best offer. Must sell. 761-6406
after 5. Z4
BSA LIGHTNING, 1966. Like new. 475-
7646. Zi
1966 HONDA 305cc Scrambler. Perfect
condition. 1400 -miles. Call 761-0639
after 5. Z2
FOR SALE -Man's 3-speed English
Bike with baskets and lock. Good
cond. Call 665-4003. Z50
'64 NORTON 650cc.
A Most Moon Machine
Call 761-6004
Z48
1966 HONDA 305 Scrambler. Exc. cond.
Call Lee between 6-7 and weekends,
663-3655. Z49
BIDGESTONE 90 Trail, 12 horsepower,
$300; Honda Sport 50, $110; 1967
Bridegstone 175 new, $595; 1967
Bridgestone 175 Scrambler, $625.
Custom Painting
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann NO 2-3979
Z
NOW
DUCATI
Only the best for the nicest people
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Z8
HONDA 150 bored to 160 cc. Like new.
See and make offer. 668-7846. Z32

-new, completely furnished and
air-conditioned
-3 blocks from the heart of the
Campus
-$150-$155 per months plus utilities
-available now for Fall rental
DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600
C31
FALL RENTAL
1506 Packard
Ann Arbor's Most Spacious Apt. 2, 4,
or 5 man, large porches, ample
parking. Call 1-864-3852. 05

ments.

CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662-7787

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WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy Qua-
lity Diamonds! Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 665-7151. F8
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, CHAMP!
FA
STROBE LIGHTS. 662-2769. 1215 S.
University, Apt. 4. F
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231, Ann Arbor. 668-7030.
F
FRESHMAN!!
Are you taking Spanish 101 or 102 in
.heFalln? Get your workbook cheap
for $2.50. (In the bookkstores it costs
$3 95), Call Steve, 662-8225, evenings.
FA
WENK-Just in case you're still read-
ing the paper!! You have to be in
Ann Arbor on Aug. 24. Remember,
The DAILY needs you. Nothing new
has happened in the last 3 months,
so I haven't written. I understand
that you and Champagne are com-
ing into AA in a few weeks. That
could be the most exciting thing
that's happened since we watched
Warrne Baum play his guitar.
-The Blunder FB
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ping 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
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portapl esfor
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
FOR M.G.s and TRIUMPHS-Two 15-
inch wire wheels and two new tires
which have never touched pavemen.
Ron, 663-2348. FE
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Aggressive individual to sell
a wearing apparel item on campus-
a must for every student. Be your
own boss; no investment, high com-
missions. Write c/o The Michigan
Daily, Box S5, Ann Arbor, H18
PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED 11-12 Sat-
urday morning. Call Bill, 761-6972,
H17
UROENT NEED for color-blind sub-
jects-Ordinary red-green color de-
fectives. Good pay-easy work. Ad-
vance knowledge!! Call Mr. Lee at
764-0574 or come on over to 5044
Kresge II, corner of Forest and Ann.
H15
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 FOR Rh positive, $10, $12 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri. 9-4; Weds. 1-7. 18-21
years old need parental permission,
MICHIGAN COMMUNITY
BLOOD CENTER
404 W Michigan
Ypsilanti
Phone 483-1894
FOR SALE
BY OWNER-3 bedroom home. Corner
lot. Near Northside school. $16,900.
761-2107. B40
SCUBA TANKS; double, Italian Spiro.
$75. 665-3428. B41
FOR SALE-Six string Gibson classical
guitar. Excellent condition. Call
Linda at 665-3381. B38
HARMONY CLASSICAL Guitar and
case, 4 mos. old. Exc. cond. $65. Call
764-3244 before 4; 668-6921 after 5. B37
BUSINESS SERVICES
COLLINS TAILORING
AND ALTERATIONS SHOP
225 E. Liberty St. 665-8195
J2
761-3993
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE,
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine
PETS AND SUPPLIES
,SIAMESE KITTENS. Pure bred Seal
point. $15. HU 3-5811. T1
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-2-3 small size households
moving to Los Angeles to share ex-
pense of large U-Haul van. Leaving
end of August. NO 3-6797. G23
LOST AND FOUND

FOUND-Small tiger kitten with yellow
collar in vicinity of S. Forest and
Hill. Call 663-6052. A23
LOST - Goya guitar and case-steel
string. At Geddes gate-Arb. 7/15.
Reward. Call 761-3411. A22
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

Chuvalo Out
By Frazier
TKO in 4th
NEW YORK (AP)-Unbeaten Joe
Frazier stopped iron-jawed George
Chuvalo for the first time in his
63-bout career on a technical
knockout in 16 seconds of the
fourth round on a scheduled 12-
round heavyweight fight last night
at Madison Square Garden.
Frazier, the 1964 Olympic champ
who is rated No. 2 among the con-
tenders for- the title the boxing
commissions took away from Mu-
hammed Ali, turned Chuvalo's
face into a bloody pulp.
Chuvalo, unable to see out of
his battered eyes and with blood
streaming down his cheeks, re-
fused to go down in the contest.
Obviously unable to defend him-
self as he stood against the ropes
near his own corner early in the
fourth, Chuvalo calmly accepted
the decision of referee Johnny
Colon to stop the uneven contest.
Frazier was giving away 12%/
pounds to his 29-year old foe, who
had gone the route with such ex-
perienced boxers as Ali and Floyd
Patterson. But Joe climbed all over
the Canadian champion from To-
ronto and subjected him to steady
punishment.
The big crowd cheered for Chu-
valo, a longshot underdog at odds
than ran from 3 to 1 to 4 to 1,
when he made his one last ditch
stand early in the third. Frazier
had opened a gash under Chu-
valo's right eye as early as the'
second round. In fact, there were
marks around both of George's
eyes after the first.
'Dr. Edwin Campbell, the New
York State Athletic Commission
physician, checked Chuvalo after
the third but let it continue. I
Chuvalo seemed to acknowledges
the end by himself as he stood]
helpless after 16 rounds of the
next round.
It was only the 17th pro fight
for the 23-year-old Frazier and
only two have gone the route. Al-
though he passed up the World
Boxing Association's eight-man
elimination tournament, he ob-
viously is a man to be reckoned
with before any new champ is
crowned.
Frazier, 204%, set a fast pace
for the lumbering Chuvalo, 217%,
who was unable to cope with the
speed and steady punching of the
men who has been called the
modern day version of a big Hen-
ry Armstrong.
Frazier's quick hook landed
again and again on Chuvalo's face'
and also again and again in low'
territory. Both fighters were warn-
ed byrreferee Colon in the second
round in the contest that Was
marred by a steady stream of
low blows.

Paul Casanova singled home his
second run of the game in the
ninth inning, breaking a tie and
sparking the Washington Sen-
ators to a 4-2 victory over Detroit
last night.
Ken McMullen opened the ninth
against Fred Gladding with a
single and Fred Valentine beat
out a hit with two out before Casa-
nova delivered. Valentine 'scored
on the play when outfielder Mic-
key Stanley threw wild to the
plate.
Detroit tied the game in the
eighth when it loaded the bases on
singles by Lennie Green and Dick
McAuliffe and an intentional pass
to Bill Freehan with two out. Jim
Northrup hit an infield single,
scoring Green but Bernie Allen's
throw to McMullen at third nipped
McAuliffe rounding the bag for
the final out.
Relief pitcher Gerry Arrigo
walked in a run in the 12th inning
giving the St. Louis Cardinals a
3-2 victory over Cincinnati' which
kept them alone in first place in
the National League.
The victory lifted the Cardinals
one game ahead of he Chicago
Cubs who had won a day game
from Atlanta and cut the margin
to one-half game.
Mike Shannon opened the 12th
with a single off Arrigo, who
entered the game in the 11th.

-Associated Press
CHICAGO CUBS SHORTSTOP Don Kessinger watches as sliding Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves
is tagged out by second baseman Glenn Beckert folowing Aaron's single in the first inning. Cubs
won 7-2.
Detroit Tigers Lose Again-4-2;
Cubs, Cards Both Win inN

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Julian Javier then walked. Arri-
go then struck out Dal Maxvill
and got pinch hitter Ed Spiezio
to pop up before walking Lou
Brock and Bob Tolan to force
home the run.
Jack Lamabe got the Reds out
in the 12th to preserve the victo-
ry, his first in six decision.
The Kansas City Athletics
broke loose for five runs in the
eighth inning, highlighted by Oz-
zie Charria's bases-loaded, two-
run single to hand Minnesota its
third setraight loss, 9-6.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

x-Chicago
Minnesota
Boston
x-California
Detroit
Cleveland
Washington
Baltimore
New York
Kansas City
x--Late game not

W L Pct.
50 38 .568
49 40 .551
48 40 .545
49 44 .527
46 42 .523
43 47 .478
43 48 .473
42 48 .467
39 49 .443
39 52 X439
included.

GB
114
2
3Y2
4
8
Y%
9
11
121%

St. Louis
Chicago-
Cincinnati
Atlanta
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
New York
Houston,

53
52
51
46
48
44
42
38
37
36

37
38
42
41
44,
43
45
51
51
55

In sweeping the three-game set,
the A's blew a 4-2 lead to fall be-
hind 6-4 before erupting against
relief pitchers Al Worthington and
Ron Kline in the eighth.
Rookie Joe Niekro pitched and
batted the second-place Chicago
Cubs to a 7-2 victory over the At-
lanta Braves.
It was the Cubs' first straight
victory, their eighth in a row in
Wrigley Field as well as their 13th
triump in the last 14 games at
home.

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.578 1
.548 3%
.529 5j
.522 6
.506 7%
.483 8%
.427 14%
.420 15
.396 171,

01

1 8. State, across from Yost Field
House. 3 and 4 man, modern, luxury,
ir-cond., garbage disposal, balcony.
all 1-864-3852. Call collect. 04

North Campus
2200 Fuller Road

uio, 1. 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished or
unfurnished. Free bus transportation.
Air-cond. Ample parking. Pool. Rec.
room. Restaurant. Lounge. 2, 3, or 4
nan apts. available-summer sublets.
663-0800
Rentals from $135.00 I
815 EAST ANN
Fall Occupancy
ir-conditioned i-bedroom apartment
with off-street parking.
liso: other air-conditioned 4-man
partments with wall-to-wall. car-
eting, new furnishings, disposal,
aundry facilities, and parking..Rent.
tarts at $205 per month. 662-7787.

CAMPUS MANAGEMENT. INO.
335 East Huron

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5 MINUTES FROM CAMPUS
Call 761-8055
C
OAKLAND APARTMENTS
FALL OCCUPANCY
NEAR HOSPITALS:
81=Level-3 bedroom, six person apart-
ment, one-half block from St.
Joseph's Hospital, ideals for nurses.
This apartment features wall-to-wall
carpeting throughout, new, modern
furnishings, modern kitchen, huge
living room with fireplace, dining
room and double bath.
Modern two-bedroom 4-man apart-
ments located directly across from
the Rackham Building on Ingalls.
Apartment features complete modern
furnishings, wall-to-wall carpeting,
off-street parking plus close proxim-
ity to both campus and hospital area.
Newly3 redecorated one-bedroom apart-
ment for 1, 2, or 3 persons. Living
room with fireplace plus dining room,
bedroom, kitchen and bath. Features
modern furnishings, wall-to-wall
carpeting, wood paneled walls and
off-street parking. One-half block
from St. Joseph's Hospital between
Huron and Catherine Streets.
NEAR A. & D. AND LAW SCHOOLS:
Modern 2-bedroom apartment on Tap-
pan Street suitable for three or four
persons, completely furnished ,with
off-street parking and ideal student
location.
Spacious 3-bedroom apartment for six
persons occupying entire main floor
of a large house. This beautiful
apartment with wall-to-wall carpet-
ing and new modern furniture has
such distinctive features as 9-foot
ceilings, large bay windows,-20' by 40'
living room with fireplace, dining
room, modern kitchen, 15' by 20'
master bedroom plus two other 11' by
12' bedrooms and bath. Located 2
blocks from Law School. All utilities
included with rent..
Each of the apartments listed above
may be shown by appointment only.
For information or an appointment
regarding any of these units call
761-2657, 761-9388 or 662-2667.
C
NEW-CAMPUS-NEW
Leasing for the 1st time for Fall '67
THE WALNUT MANOR
521 WALNUT ST.
Deluxe 1 & 2 bedroom apts.
for 3-5 students
-beautifully furnished
-air-conditioned
-dishwasher
-sound proofing
-laundry and storage
FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES
Call for information
668-6906

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibiilty. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 'p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
THURSDAY, JULY 20
Day Calendar
Conference-15th Annual Art Con-
ference": Registration, Lobby, Rack-
ham Bldg., 8 to 9:30 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"Management of Managers, Course
No. 33": .141 Business Administration
Bldg., 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m, and 7 to 9
p.m.
Institute of Public Administration
Urban Affairs Seminars - "Changing
Perspectives for Urban Policy Develop-
ment": Boulevard Room, North Cam-
pus Commons, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Audio-Visual Education Center Film
Preview-"The Louvre" and "Begone
Dull Care": Multipurpose Room, Un-
dergraduate Library, 1:30 p.m.
International Center Tea-603 East
Madison, 4:30 p.m.

Small Strauss, Psychology; thesis: "The
MMPI and Types of Hospital Dis-\
charge," Thurs,' July 20, Room 6605
Haven Hall, at 3:30 p.m. Co-Chairmen,
Robyn Dawes and J. C. Lingoes:
Pl cetment
POSITION OPENINGS:
Sun Oil Co., Phila., Pa. - Technical
degrees: ChE, ME, CE, EE, IE, Met. E,
Math, Chem. & Physics for Res. &
Engrg., Manufacturing, Marketing, &
Production. Non-Tech.: BBA, BSIE,
Acctg., MBA, MSE, MS Phys., MS Com-
puter Set., MS Oper. Res., MS Stat., MA
Educ., PhD Psychology for Auditing,
Econ. Anal., Motor Anal., Consultant
Analyst, Computer Profranrming, In-
dust. Psych., Training Coord , Wage &
Salary Analyst, Indust. Mktg. Planning
Analyst, Mfgt. Acctg., Mgmt. Training.

Midwest Research Institute, Kansas
City, Mo.-Biol. Sciences: PhD Bacter-
ial., Med. Tech. Chemistry: PhD an-
alytical & organic chemistry, BS/MS
ChE. Economic Dev.: Adv degree in
econ. or Bus. Ad., Adv. Bus. Ad. de-
gree with technical undergrad degree.
Math & Physics: Adv. degree Engrg.,
Psych.. PhD phys. chem. or phys., adv.
degrees operations research and opera-
tions analysis.
H. J. Heinz Co., Agrric. Res. Center,
Bowling Green, Ohio--PhD. Horticul-
ture, major interests in plant genetics,
new cucumber strains research.
Presbyterian Church, Ypsilanti, Mich.
-Secretary for church, offices. Full-
time, variety of duties, some dictation,
typing, bookkeeping, woman preferred.
* * *
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, New York 2
Washington 4, Detroit 2
Boston 6, Baltimore 4
Kansas City 9, Minnesota 6
Chicago at California (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit (n)
New York at Cleveland
Boston 'at Baltimorea(n)
Only games scheduled

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 8-7, Houston 4-2
Chicago 7, Atlanta 2
Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 1 (11 inn)
Pittsburgh 2, San Francisco (11 inn)
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati (12 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at New York (n)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (n)
San Fiancisco at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Cincinnati (n)
Atlanta at Chicago

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But a nice two bedroom, 3-man
pt. In a° brand "new, modern build-
ig. Located near campus and the
ommuter bus.

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REFRESHMENTS
CONRAD EICHORN, CALLER
ONLY'$1.00 PER PERSON

C24
BARGAIN CORNER,
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS--$4.98
Pure White and 4 Colors
Cord. SLIM-FITS--$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
LEVI JACKETS
"White" or
Denim-$7.50.

Doctoral Examination

for Roger

1959 RENAULT. Runs well, new tires.
Best offer. 662-8326. N26
1965 VW SEDAN. Clean. Must sell. Call
761-4462. N24
BEST OFFER
'64 OLDS 98 convertible. Full power,
Lear stereo, snow tires, one owner.
663-1822 after 5.
MUST SELL N25
RAMBLER - '61, clean, valves just
ground. $250. NO 5-9918. N21
1963 VW. White, good tires, whitewalls.
Exc. cond. One owner. NO 2-2060. N23
VW MICROBUS, 1961, exc. cond. Re-
built engine, auxiliary heater, radio,
very cheap. Call 665-6896. N16
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, 1965, Green;
and 1961 Red. Call 449-4370. N12

USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
Christian Science Organization, Spon-
sors a weekly testimony meeting on
July 20, 7:30-8:30 p m., 3545 SAB.

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