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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
2 GIRLS NEEDED to share modern
campus apt, for Fall. Call Colleen,
784-1836, or write 1400 Mound, Jack-
son, Mich. C50
WANTED-1 or 2 men to complete
fantastic 4-man apt. Best location
in town, -bi-level, 2 air cond., com-
plete modern kitchen, furnished,
building just completed. Call Bill
Martin at 663-6679. CA
FOR AUGUST rental-Large 2-bedroom,
4-man furnished apt. Off-street park-
ing, air-conditioned, resident man-
ager. Call Madison Management, NO
Studios from $140, 1 bedroom from
$165, 2 'bedrooms from $200, 3 bed-
rooms from "$300. All in new build-
- PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
665-9405 or 761-5841
AVAILABLE AUG. 22
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
--New, spacious, 1 bedroom apt.
--Completely furnished, air-
conditioned and sound-proofed.
-$195 per month includes all utilities
NO CAR? Must live on Campus? Then
418 E. Washington St. is the build-
ing for you. 3-man, 1 bedroom, mod-
ern building, study hall. NO 8-6906.
WANTED-+A apiaery attic for this fall.
Must have floor, walls, air and other
essentials. Call 665-8722. CE
310 SO. DIVISION
Fireplace and windowest lend atmos-
phere to this completely redecorated,
spacious one-bedroom apartment.
Wall-to-wall carpeting, new furnish-
ings, and parking included.
Other one and two-bedrooms in ex-
cellent campus and hospital loca-
Campus Management, Inc.
335 East Huron
H as Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals"
2200 Fuller Road
Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished or
unfurnished. Free bus transportation.
Air-cond. Ample parking. Pool. Rec.
room. Restaurant. Lounge. 2, 3, or 4
man apts, available-summer sublets.
Rentals from $135.00
-new, completely furnished, Frigi-
daire appliances and air-condition-
-available Aug. 22
-$150 per month plus utilities
Ann Arbor's Most Spacious Apt. 2, 4,
or 5 man, large' porches,' ample
parking. Call 1-864-3852. 05
We attempt to list all available apart-
ments in the Ann Arbor area. All
detailed listings searched for your
convenience by computer.
1217 S. University
Close to Campus
$150 and up
1 bedroom bi-level or efficiency
Bi-Level-3 bedroom, six person apart-
ment, one-half block from St.
Joseph's Hospital, ideal 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.
Newly 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
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 appointmentonly.
For information or an appointment
regarding any of these units call
761-2657, 761-9388 or 662-2667.
Leasing for the 1st time for Fall '67
THE WALNUT MANOR
521 WALNUT ST.
Deluxe 1 & 2 bedroom apts.
for 3-5 students
-laundry and storage
Call for information
Modern Apts., Inc.
Immediate or Fall Occupancy
Completely carpeted modern unfur-
nished one-bedroom apartments with
stove, refrigerator, and disposal. Am-
ple parking and extra storage space.
Unfurnished two-bedroom apartments
in a modern building with stove, re-
frigerator ,and disposal. Rent in-
cludes heat and water. $140 per
month. No children please. 662-7787.
Campus Management, Inc.
335 East Huron
-4 and 5 Man Units
WANTED TO RENT
1335 S. University
418 E. Washington Street
WASH I NGTON
ON CAMPUS-NR. FRIEZE &
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 hail and a very quiet building.
For appt, call NO 8-6906.
NEW BUILDING FOR FALL RENTAL
Luxury units located 5 minutes
0 2 bedroom, 4-man apartments
0 central air-conditioning
laundry and storage facilities
completely and exquisitly
Pure White and 4 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS,
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
"White" & Colors-$6.50
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
721 SOUTH FOREST
Offering a central campus location,
these air-conditioned, modern apart-
ments provide quiet and spacious
accommodations with parking and
" 2-bedroom furnished
* 2-bedroom unfurnished
* 3-bedroom furnished
For rental information, Call 662-7787
(days) or 663-6052 (evenings).
ROOMS FOR RENT - $60/month, 8
month lease. Kitchen, TV, and laun-
dry privileges. Call 761-6117, after
1 BEDROOM 3-4 man furnished apt.
available for fall. Bi-level, modern,
furnished, air conditioning, garbage
disposal,-dishwasher, off street park-
ing, laundy facilities in building. Call
665-9627 after 5 p.m. C48
STATE STREET MANOR APTS.
2 Bedroom Apts. for Fall
Air Conditioned, Disposals, Modern
Furnishings, Off-Street Parking.
Call 665-9627 after 5
A Building Built for
PriCed for Students
-still available at; such prime
and many others
-thick wall-to-wall carpeting
-laundry and storage facilities
-1, 2, & 3 bedrooms
Qualty Campus Apts.
663-0511 610 S. Forest1
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SIAMESE KITTENS. Pure bred Seal
point. $15. HU 3-5811. T1O
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gray cat/long hair in vicinity
of S. Forest and S. Univ. 665-5665. A26
Something To Swap?
Try Daily classifieds
WANTED-Large apt. or house for fall.
Call Alan Jones, 761-4607 after 11
FEMALE JUNIOR transfer student
wants to share apt with others. Fall
term. Write Ellen, 825 Field Ave.,
Plainfield, N.J. 07060. L35
PLEASANT, clean, senior coed needs
apartment with other girl(s) for fall-
spring semesters (9-12 mo. lease). Des-
perate! Please call collect, Birming-
ham, Mich. 646-6211 or write: Nancy
Elby, 520 Aspen Rd., Birmingham,
FEMALE GRAD student seeks 2 or 3
roommates with or without apt. for
fall. 662-6992. L31
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 305 Scrambler-Exc. cond. $610
or best offer. Call Lee, 6-7 p.m. or
weekends, at 663-3655. Z15
HONDA 250 Scrambler, plus helmet.
Only 4000 miles. $460 or best offer.
Good condition, new tires. Sell at costs,
'65 YAMAHA 125 cc. Cheap. Needs work.
HONDA 160; 1966, 3200 miles, plus 2
helmets. 761-7692. Z5
BRIDGESTONE 90 Trail, 12 horsepower,
$300; Honda Sport 50, $110; 1967
Bridegstone 175 new, $595; 1967
Bridgestone 175 Scrambler, $625.
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann NO 2-3979
Only the best for the nicest people
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
What We Sell"
(AND OTHERS TOO)
YOU CAN PURCHASE a cycle any-
where, but the combination of
cycle sales at competitive prices
and CONVENIENTLY ocated
service is hard to beat.
WE FEATURE OUR SERVICE DE-
PARTMENT. This department is
headed by a man with 13 years
experience as an engine research
OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT is one
of the largest in the area.
TO OBTAIN ONE DAY SERVICE
phone in advance for an appoint-
P.S. We carry the full line of
HONDA exclusively, to serve you
310 E. Washington Phone 665-8637
HELP WANTED ;
SUMMER HELP, MALE-General labor,
assemblers, small press operators.
Good starting rate. Apply Dunnage
Engineering Inc., 702 Advance, Bright-
on, Mich. 229-9501. HS
PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED 11-12 Sat-
urday morning. Call Bill, 761-6972.
$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.
404 W. Michigan
AND ALTERATIONS SHOP
225 E. Liberty St. 665-8195
RIDERS WANTED to San Francisco.
Mid-August. Phone 663-5993. G29
FOR SALE MHEAP-One medium-sized
world. Was beautiful when new, but
last tenants left it in seriously bat-
tered condition. Good opportunities
available for creative rehabilitation.
Follow yellow brick road to Oz and
ask for Wizard. FD
"GARGOYLE" needs copy and pictures
desperately. Anyone send anything to
Dick Platkin, 610 19th Ave. S., Fargo,
N.D. by Aug. 10. Bless you. FA
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
"ARE YOU chasing after the human
race, or are you tripping those behind
THERE WILL be a GYMKHANA on
Sunday, July 30. It begins at 11:30
a.m. and is at the corner of Liberty
and Stadium. SCCAA. F40
STROBE LIGHTS. 662-2769. 1215 S.
University, Apt. 4. F
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231, Ann Arbor. 668-7030.
REMEMBER - Nationally advertised
franchise rings such as Artcarved,
Keepsake, Columbia, and Orange
Blossom cost you 20-40% more. Don't
be misled by a name Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151, F1
Are you taking Spanish 101 or 102 in
the Fall? Get your workbook cheap
fcr $250. (In the bookkstores it costs
$3 95), Call Steve, 662-8225, evenings.
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
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portab esfor
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
FOR SALE-Dodge station wagon, 1960.
Good trans. $160. 662-6253. N33
1959 MERCEDES 2208. Good campus
trans. 761-2502 after 6 p.m. N34
FORD-'59, V-8, auto., engine needs
work. $60. Sam, 764-7211 before 5.
'64 OLDS 98 convertible. Full power,
Lear stereo,rsnow tires, one owner
663-1822 after 5.
MUST SELL N25
RAMBLER - '61, clean, valves just
ground. $250. NO 5-9918. N21
1962 FORD Galaxy, 500 XL. A-1 cond.
All power, V-8. $895. No money down.
761-8593 after 6 p.m. N30
'53 MG TD. Exc. cond., 22,000 miles.
Call 1-541-8465, Detroit. N31
'65 VW SEDAN. xeiIltt running
condition. A steal it $700. Call 662-
9153 evenings. NA
GUITAR, GUILD MARK I, Capo and
case, 1l' years old, barely used. $110.
Call 761-9692. B46
'63 MG MIDGET. New engine. Call Joan
Secrest, 665-3337, after 6 p.m. B45
BY OWNER-Attractive, older, family
home, with lots of room, well main-
tained, 3 bdrms,, 1 baths, large
kitchen. Close to schools and shop-
ping. Lower $20's. Immediate pos-
session, 1611 South Boulevard, Ann
Arbor. 662-6188. B44
RECORDS - Selling my collection,
mostly jazz. 50c to $1.50. Call Berson,
761-8472, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m A ;
Miss Meyer was timed in 4:32.0
which eclipsed the listed World
mark of 4:38.0 held by Martha
Randall and bettered by Pamela
Krause of Pomapo Beach, Fla.,
who did 4:36.4
Walsh, a Michigan State grad-
uate, was clocked in :52.58, under
the world mark of :52.9 held
jointly by Alain Gottvatles of
France and the United States'
Steve Clark, both set in 1964.
The victories by the United
States in four out of five swim-
ming finals opened the flood
gates leading to gold medals.
After '22 events had been con-
tested, the United States had 17
gold medals, 1 silver and three
bronzes as compared to three
golds, five silvers, and nine bron-
zes for Canada.
Miss Tanner, who set a world
mark of 2:24.5 in the 200-meter
backstroke Wednesday night, was
clocked in 1:07.23 for the 400-
The only mark that failed to
fall was in the men's 100 meter
backstroke. This event was topped
by Charles Hickcox of Phonix,
Ariz., and Indiana University,
with a time of 1:02.4.
The United States and Canada
qualified two finalists in each
race, all of their entries.
Major McMillian promptly
pointed out the sergeant should
have won had not his pistol mis-
fired in the final six-second se-
quence, costing him 10 points.
The United States already has
won one gold medal in wrestling
and leads in all the seven divi-
sion still to be decided.
All the way down the list is-
was an almost monotonous record
of American sports domination.
The United States tied for, first
with Brazil in water polo with
2-0 records, leads in field hockey
with 3-0-1 and six points, is tied
with Cuba in Group B of men's
volleyball with 2-0, is tied with
Cuba and Peru in women's volley-
ball at 1-0, and lags only in wo-
men's basketball with a 1-1 mark.
The United States' baseball
team won its third straight game,
after an opening setback by de-
fending champion Cuba, by out-
lasting eligibility-weakened Can-
ada 14-20 in Pan-American play.
Canada had three pitchers and
an infielder ruled ineligible Wed-
nesday because of professional
Lefty Joe Sadelfield of Ohio
State, first of three U.S. pitchers,
got the victory in a five-inning
Major League Standings
W L Pet. GB
Boston 6, California 5 (10 inn)
New York 6, Minnesota 2
Detroit 4, Baltimore 0
Washington 6, Kansas City 4
Cleveland at Chicago (raint)
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Baltimore at Cleveland (n)
California at Washington (n)
Kansas City at New York (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 58 40 .592 -
Chicago 56 42, .571 2
Atlanta 51 44 .537 5Y2
Cincinnati 53 47 ,530 6
San Francisco 51 49 .510 8
Pittsburgh 48 48 .500 9
Philadelphia 47 48 .495 9%
x-Los Angeles 42 54 .438 15
x-New York 39 55.15 17
Houston 40 59 '.404 18
x-Late game not included.
Philadelphia 8, San Franciscd 3
Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 1
Houston 5, Pittsburgh 4
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
St. Louis at Atlanta (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (n)
Chicago at Cincinnati (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Set World Records
WINNIPEG, Canada ( yP)-Deb- The Pan-American Games com-
by Meyer, the amazing 14-year-! mittee is using the. new Omega
old swimmer from Sacramento, electric timer as the official re-
Calif., knocked more than five corder for placing and times. The
seconds off the listed world rec- timer can break a second down
ord for the women's 400-meter to the hundred thousandth part,
free style, in the Pan-American and actually has been used to the
Games, yesterday night and Ken thousandth to determine qualify-
Walsh of East Lansing, Mich., ing places.
smashed the world mark for 100 Maj. William McMillan, a hard-
meters free style. bitten Marine from Camp Pendle-
Elaine Tanner of Canada, a 16- ton, Calif., started off the day
year-old, won her second back- victoriously by winning the rapid
stroke gold medal in what also fire pistol competition with 581
was decided to be a world mark out of a possible 600 points. Alirio
after considerable debate. Maya of Columbia was second
BACK AT THE
125 H ILL STREET
Completely furnished modern 2-bed-
room, 4-man apartments. Includes
air-conditioning, wall-to-wall carpet-
ing, disposal, storage lockers, laundry
facilities, and off-street parking.
Available at $200 per month. 662-
335 East Huron
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119 W. Washington
You save more than money
with U.S. Savings Bonds
112 W. Washington
STATE ST. MANOR
1111 S. State, across from Yost Field
House. 3 and 4 man, modern, luxury,
air-cond., garbage disposal, balcony.
Call 1-864-3852. Call collect, C4
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