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SUNDAY, OCTOBER IQ, 1965

THE MICHIGAN UAII.V

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PAGE FIVI

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LA BEHIND 2d IN SERIES:
Osteen Crushes Minnesota, 4-0

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturda 10:00'til 11:30 A.M.
-Y

LOS ANGELES (R) - Claude
Osteen, bottom man of the Dod-
gers big three, succeeded yester-
day where Sandy Koufax and
Don Drysdale failed and pitched
Los Angeles to its first World
Series victory 4-0 after the two
aces had lost the first two games
to the Minnesota Twins.
The former American League
left-hander who never lost to the
twins in. his days with Washing-
ton, carried his charm through
nine brilliant innings with a five
hitter.

Series today, Dodger Manager
Walter Alston had announced he
would call on Drysdale, loser of
the first game, to face Jim Grant,
the Man who beat him Wednes-
day 8-2.
The Twins lost more than the
game when Earl Battey, their No.
1 catcher, ran into the railing
near the Twins dugout while try-
ing to catch a foul in the seventh.
He was forced. to leave the game.
Lefebvre Hurt
Los Angeles also had a casualty.
Jim Lefebvre suffered a bruised

Cuban's curve ball was not as ef-
fective as usual.
Pascual skirted serious trouble
in the first three innings but the
Dodgers finally got to him in the
fourth. Ron Fairly led off with a
double past third base down the
left field line and Johnson sacri-
ficed him to third.
Zoilo Versalles made a fine stop
of Lefebvre's hard smash, holding

Record Crowd right heel while scoring from sec-
A Dodger Stadium record crowd ond on Roseboro's hit in the
of 55,934 saw the Dodgers gang fourth. Xrays proved negative,
up on Camilo Pascual for two but Dick Tracewski took over.
runs in the fourth on a single by While Osteen was baffling the
John Roseboro with the bases slugging Twins with four singles
loaded. Lou Johnson's double, and one double, the supposedly
following Willie Davis' single, weak-hitting Dodgers ripped into
gave Los Angeles a third run in Pascual and Merritt for 10 hits,
the fifth before Pascual faded for five of them doubles.
a futile. pinch hitter. Not Sharp
Jim Merritt, a Dodger clubhouse It was obvious at the start that
boy in 1961, gave up the final run Pascual, who missed seven weeks
in the sixth on a single by Wes in August and September due to
Parker and a double by Maury an operation in his right arm pit,
Wills, was not sharp. The Dodgers were
With a chance to square the hitting long fly balls, and the
program schedule
THE
NEW YORK
PH ILHARMONIC
ORCHE STRA
Tune in the Philharmonic each .Sunday at 2:00 p.m.,
(WUOM-FM, 91.7 on your dial), brought to you through
special arrangements between the University of Mich-
igan, Ann Arbor Federal and the Liberty Music Shop.
The current program' schedule is.
Sunday, October 10
BERNSTEIN, Conducting; SZERYNG, Violinist
Sibelius:' Symphony No, 7; Chavez: Violin Con.;
Saint-Soens: Symphony No. 3
Sunday, October 1 7
BERNSTEIN, Conductina
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9;
Williams: Symphony No. 4;
R. Schumann: Symphony No. 4
ANN ARBOR FEDERAL SAVINGS
and LIBERTY MUSIC SHOP

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JOHN ROSEBORO

Fairly on third but had no play
at first base as Lefebvre was
credited with a single. Parker
walked on four pitches, loading
the bases.
Roseboro, the fellow who was
hit on the head by Juan Mari-
chal's bat in a big rhubarb at San
Francisco in late August, singled
to right field and two big runs
scampered home.
All He Needed
That really was all Osteen need-
ed. The 26-year-old pitcher had
the Twins under control. Osteen is
the man who came to tha Dodgers
last December from Washington
with third baseman John Ken-
nedy and $100,000 for five players.
It was only the third time the
Twins had been shut out this sea-
son.
The Week
To Come
(Continued from Page 2)
Guild will present "Children of
Paradise" in the Architecture Aud.
2:30 and 8 p.m.-The APA will
present Henrik Ibsen's "The Wild
Duck" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
7 and 9 p.m. - The University
Homecoming concerts, "Two Times
Two," will feature famed pianist
Peter Nero and rhythm-and-blues
singers The Righteous Brothers at
Hill Aud.

PERSONALt
NEEDED-One man to share or two to
take over modern apt. Jan.-April. 761-
3207. F38
IF YOU are poorly informed about the
United Nations, hear an authority.
Prof. Inis Claude, Guild House, 802
Monroe, Monday Noon Luncheon, "Is
the U.N. Machinery for Peace Break-
ing Down?" F46
DON'T MISS the first last chance
lecture. October 14, 4:10. F43
Hi Betsy-
welcome to Michigan. You'll have a
good time this weekend if we can
help it.
M.S.G.T. F34
FOR RENT-Nice room for girl in large
house with living room and kitchen.
Available immediately. Call Judie
Warren at either 764-0562 or 662-9414.
F26
FOR RENT-modern apt. with dish-
washer. Available immediately. Call
662-7961. F27
AUSTIN DIAMOND--"The best buy on
an Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University. 663-7151. F
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
rELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
SO!WB You didn't like the last issue
of GARGOYLE? It wasn't GROSS
enough for you? Well, sweetie, get
that dirty little ole' mind of yours
over to the Stud. Pub. this Wednes-
day at 7:301 (P.S. Bring your bod's,
too!!)F1
DESPERATE! Ride urgently needed for
Homecoming Weekend from or pass-
ing through Philadelphia, Pa. to Ann
Arbor. Also return trip requested.
Any information at all call Howie,
662-3191. P41
THE MEECH
IS COMING
TICKET NEEDED for Purdue game.
Will pay. Call 668-9059. F38
Kittens FREE. Adorable, almost all
white. HA 9-7857 before 9:30 a.m. or
evenings. F37
PHILIA-Love of loves. What is this
"Something for Everyone?" - Pseu-
dalus. F25
RENT your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portable for only $10
per month. FREE service and deliv-
ery. Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
ests and ideals. Interviews by ap-
pointment. Phone 662-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
Elaine R.
Welcome Back. Everyone missed you
-especially your next door neighbor.
F21
Philia-
"It's a funny thing" but I don't un-
derstand what you mean about "A
comedy tonight." F23.

PERSONAL
GUILD HOUSE Monday Noon Lunch-
eon, 802 Monroe, seeks to be informa-
tive and provide discussion while you
eat. Prof. Inis Claude speaks on the
United Nations. Come, hear an au-
thority. F45
HI NITE PEOPLE-College will resume
Tues., Oct. 12, 12:15 a.m. on WDTM.
(Uncle Joe). F22
SEXY, Sinful L. Bahr will be at the
all staff meeting TUESDAY, OCT. 12,
7:00. You will also be there, won't
you? F43
LOST-Gold ring with initials I.F. Re-
ward. Call Rusty, 663-8820. F35
THE BOD took the Boz 2 falls out of
3. Hurrah for the Bod. F

PERSONAL
EVEN KIRSHY got a date (last sum-
mer) for the ZBT Senior Prom. F47
HAPPY HALLOWEEN to the MEN of
Apt. No. 2 in the CHALET. The
GREAT PUMPKIN WILL BE VISIT-
ING YOU . . . BEWAREy
Yours truly (?) F39

NEED MONEY?
Multi-million dollar operation being
formed in Ann Arbor and surround-
ing area. College students now work-
ing part-time averaging $75/wk. and
up for 15 hrs. work. If you are 20 with
access to use of car and wish a pri-
vate interview, write William B.
Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., A.A.,
Mich. F33
IT'S COMING
Sphinx F13
FEW UGLY CHILDREN KNOW That
GARGOYLE'S General Meeting will
be held in the Stud. Pub. this
Wednesday at 7:30. So hope it's true!
F49
The ZBT senior prom on Oct. 15 will
be quite a gig. Even Mary Benjamin
has consented to go out with a ZBT
for a change. F30
Follow the romance of philia and
pseudalusheach day. Their letters will
be in the personal column. F24

STUDENT opportunity-Social science
research. For appt. 662-3241. H3
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS. 20 hr.
week. Hrs. can be arranged. For
construction and resting of experi-
mental printed circuits. Thainer
Electronic Lab. 7150 Jackson Rd. 665-
0673. Hi
M.E. STUDENTS
Full or Part Time Work
We seek ambitious engineering
students for various engineering and
production management assign-
ments. This would be excellent
training for a career in manufac-
ture engineering or production
management.
GE 8-2611 (local call)
25 minutes from Ann Arbor
H2
WANTED-Someone able to teach re-
corder. 665-7516. H47
STUDENT TYPE JANITOR who under-
stands brooms, mops, buffers, cranky
old mails, hours arranged.*
ACCOUNTANT TYPE STUDENT -
payable, payroll, etc., hours arranged,
ranged.

- RozB.
The dispay cases look great.
really did a good job.

NOW LOOK!! . . . you dirty ole' man! NO 2-5579. All your music needs:
GET your bod over to that meeting! music, texts, instruments, accessories,
(this applies only to the entire gen- repairs. g
eral staff of GARGOYLE . . . and any -
other dirty ole' men just layingl
around). Wednesday, 7:30 . . . Stud. A-1 New and Used Instruments
Pub. (where else?). F48 BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
For God so loved the word that He gave PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
His only born Son, that all who be- 119 W. Washington
lieve in Him shall not die, but have
everlasting life. F40 - - -
HI!! There . . . YOU, yes you . USED CARS
slob!! There will be a General Staff
meeting of GARGOYLE (what else?) VOLVO 1800S, 1964 like new, white with
in the office at Stud. Pub. on red interior, 1400 miles, by owner.
Wednesday (the coming one) at 7:30 761-0524. N41
P.M. that is!). F50
FOR SALE-40 h.p. Go Cart, excel, for
H ELP WANTED pulling floats, sanddunes, etc. Call
Steve at NO 2-2495, 540 Walnut. N38

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALEKohlert bassoon, small bore.
Good condition, excellent tone. Used
by professional musician until last
month. NO 3-4086. X10
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE; INC.
518 E. William (Maynard House)

You
F20

WHAT WOULD you say if you only had}
one hour to address students? Dean,
Haber will speak on this theme at
4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14 in the
UGLI Multi-purpose room. F44
FOLLOW the romance of pihlia and
pseudalus each day. Their letters
will be in the personal column. P2

VIVA!
3000 Packard Rd. 665-9281

761-3993
AA Professional Service Assoc.

F16

H48

EDIT STAFF
All staff meeting TUESDAY, OCTO-
BER 12 at 7:00 p.m. You must come
or there will be hell to pay. TRAIN-
EES are an important part of the
staff. I repeat, all staff meeting. The
man who made Johnston editor,
Ricrard Meier, will speak. F2
PENELOPE-I can't take you out to-
night because I spent all my money
on books. Gee I wish we had a Uni-
versity Bookstore!-Love, Pete. F44
BUSINESS STAFF evaluation sheets
are due in every Friday for all
trainees and assistants in every de-
partment. F30

FIRST
LAST CHANCE
lecture this year.
Dean Haber
Thursday 4:10.
October 14
Ugh Multi-purpose room

F35

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RETAIN THAT
LOOK OF QUALITY
Send Your Cleaning to GREENE'S
To choose your garments with care
is most important . . . but equally
important is your choice of a dry
cleaner to keep your clothing looking
like new.
At Greene's you can be sure of
safety and extra care. Your garments
are carefully cleaned, skillfully spot-
ted, and re-blocked to their original
shape and size. Every effort is made
to retain that "like new" look."
If you're particular about your ap-
pearance, then be particular in your
choice of a dry cleaner. We hope
you, like so many others, will then
choose Greene's.

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BABYSITTER for afternoons,. Monday
through Friday. One child at home,
four in school. 1043 Olivia. NO 3-
8714. H20
WANTED-Male grad student for 12
hrs./wk.; household maintenance work
in exchange for 2 rm. apt. with bath
and garage. In quiet neighborhood.
663-2588. H49
MEAL JOB - NO 10 O'CLOCKS -
LUNCHES ONLY. Call 663-3393, ask
for cook or steward. H23
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
We are looking for male andi female
part-time sales, male part-time stock-
work. Apply in person,personnel of-
fice. Montgomery Ward. Arborland
Shopping Center. H47
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10, $12 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti,. Mich. H
If you can meet the public, hours can
be arranged to fit class schedules.
Call NO 2-6274 after 7 p.m. H10
ROOM AND BOARD
MEALS - Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri, noon
65c. Mon-Fri. dinner $1.35. Eat any
meal or all meals. Call Frat. house
manager. NO 2-8312. E4
FOR SALE
TRADE EVEN-2 first row Homecoming
Concert" tickets 9:00 performance for
2 comparable at 7:00. 764-5680. B12
TICKETS-TICKETS
Two student tickets to MSU game.
Section 27. Call 764-7680 or 663-8798
and make offer. B3
FOR SALE-One Michigan State ticket,
junior section. Call Harvey, NO 8-
9059. B7
ELECTRO-VOICE speaker system, $35.
Empire 108 stereo cartridge, $5. Call
665-2426 after 6 p.m. B4
2 SEASON'S Football tickets, Mich. side.
Call NO 3-9565, preferably eve. B35
'59 FORD, 4 door, 63-C cylinder, cheap.
Call HU-2-3278. Bi
GUITARS! Any model Guilds and Gib-
sons 20% off or best offer. Martins
list price. Call 761-3533 after 6 p.m.
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discrimi-
nate collector. 723 Packard, near
State. B3
SKI MOVIE TICKETS (Winter Spell
by Dick Barrymore) Nov. 23, 8:30 p.m.
$1.50. Mail check to Ann Arbor Ski
Club, 2195 E. Ellsworth Rd. AA. 663-
0239. B48
FOUR TICKETS to Heracles and
Krapp's last Tape, Friday night, Oc-
tober 29. Call 665-7121. B9
ROARING TWENTIES long raccoon
coat. Best offer. Phone SL 7-8528.
B10
The only love money can buy-A.K.C.
poodles, black or brown. Beautiful
conformation, excellent breeding. 363-
3054. Bll

AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE MARK I-
1960, new powder blue paint, radio,
heater, white walls, 43,000 miles. Bill
at 662-5948. N36
MGB 1965, overdrive, FM-AM radio,
perfect cond. $800 less than cost.
Call 761-0274. N37
'61 VW, excel. cond. $800 or best offer.
1025 Arbordale, Apt. 6, evenings. 663-
9453. N35
1961 VOLKSWAGEN sun roof. $725.
Call 663-2733. N18
9-PASSENGER WAGON, 1960 Rambler.
Good body, good engine, runs well.
Power steering, radio, heater, 6-cylin-
der stick. Will sell for best offer.
662-6941. N2
M.G.-T.D. show condition, part by part
restoration, luxurious interior. New
top, side curtains, heater, A tight
car, all accessories, tonneau cover,
shop manual. $975 firm. Please call
NO 2-5262 5 to 7 p.m. N38
MOB 1964,. beautiful cond., snow tires,
ski rack. HA 9-7857 before 9:30 a.m.
or evenings. N40
1964 M6 SPORTS SEDAN, 4 spd, disc
brakes, radio & heater. Priced at $100,
For sale within next 10 days. Call
665-0183. N39
BUSINESS SERVICES
TUTOR OF FRENCH & GERMAN
lessons in conversation & grammar
by native speaker. Graduated rates.
Mme. Kerr, 701 S. Forest, NO 3-2108.
GRAD LANGUAGE EXAMS
Special courses for reading and screen-
ing exams in French and German by
native speaker. Graduated rates. Mme.
Kerr, NO 3-2108. - J2
Visit our new WESTERN STORE. Suede
Jackets, boots, hats, clothes, and sad-
dles. Tues.-Sat. 10:00-5 Wed. & Sat.
evenings 7-9. Schneider's Western
Supply, 2635 Saline Road. (One mile
south of Mich/ stadium) J
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Post slide rule between Oakland
and Forest. Reward. 483-7291. A34
LOST-Omega ladies' wrist watch on
200 block of State Street. Reward.
Before 5:00 call 764-3244. After 5:00
call 668-6921. A33
LOST - Wallet containing important
personal belongings. Reward! Call
Steven Steglitz, 761-1628. A31
LOST-Watch with black band. Reward.
764-6984. A32
FOUND-2 bronze car keys on Monroe
btw. Haven and E. U. Call 764-5678.
WILL THE GIRL who took the wrong
espionage raincoat from R. Rapa-
port's Red Rug party please call Carol
at 764-0957 to negotiate an exchange.
TRANSPORTATION
STUDENT NEEDS daily ride from AA
to Brighton Area about 7 p.m. Call
546-3382 after 7 p.m. G15
To Cleveland, Ohio any Oct. weekend.
Will share costs. Please call Judy
Stonehill. 662-3225. G36
RIDER NEEDED to San Francisco im-
mediately. Share expenses, 663-9001.
G23
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
LEVI JACKETS
"White" and Colors-$5.98
Blue Denim-$5.49
LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White"-$5.98
TURTLENECKS-$1.69
(15 Colors)

*418 E. WASHINGTON -
ON CMPUS-HALF BLOCK
FROM STATE
BRAND NEW-ONE BEDROOM
Suitable for 3dstuednts, Luxurious
furn., air-cond.,' laundry, storage,
Frigidaire appliances.
NO 8-6906

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SACRIFICE 350cc Honda Super Hal
4 months old, 800 miles. 665-2662. Z50
1965 HONDA 250 SCRAMBLER. 2000
mi. Beau tifulmachine. 662-6969. Z40
AUSTIN HEALY 100. 1965-$675. 761-
0754. Z43
1965 BMW R60. Only 800 miles. Sell
cheap. 663-6478. Z42
$25 OFF new HONDA 250's. Limited
offer. First come-first served. HONDA
of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard Rd. 665- ,
9281. Z37 '
1965 BMW, R-60, 600cc $1100. Mint
condition, Call 662-7616. Z41-
HONDA 450
Honda of Ann Arbor-300 Packard Rd.
665-9281
Home of the nicest people since 1963!
Z46
HONDA, VELOCETTE, MONTESA
Home of the nicest people since 1963.
HONDA of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard
Rd. 665-9281. Z36
1963 TRIUMPH TR-6, 650 cc. Excel.
cond. Must sell. Ask for Bill Walter,
665-3261. Z45
MEN'S 10 sp. Casenave bicycle with
campagnolo derailler, carrier, light'
and generator, $60. 708 Arch, ask
for Jim. Z33
1964 HONDA, 50cc, Sports model, great
condition. $15 luggage rack. Only
4500 miles. $215. Call Barry, 665-4797.
'64 YAMAHA, YDS-2, 250cc., low mil-
age, new engine and tires, excel, cond.
663-0885 after 7:30 p.m.Z16
For your HONDA, go to the oldest,
largest and most experienced HONDA
dealer in suburban Southeast Mich-
igan. Makes sense, right? HONDA of
Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard Rd. 665-9281,
Home of the nicest people since 1963.
Z35
1956 TRIUMPH 500 cc. rebuilt engine
(pistons, cylinders, tappets, etc., all-. a
new) otherwise in excellent condition,
call Jeff at 764-0562 or 663-4086. Z9
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-
YAMAHA-B3MW-0LERA. We service
what we sell. 224 8. First, Phone..
662-7409. Z
YAMAHA YDS $500-400 miles. Call
761-1991 after 6:30 p.m.Z4
1960 MOTOR BIKE 50cc, Good cond.
$65. Call 761-0507. Z49
YAMAHA YDS2 250 new engine. Scram-
bler bars, tires; 665-6721. Z48
WANTED TO BUY
ONE TICKET needed for Purdue game.
Call Harry, 668-9059.- K19
TICKETS WANTED for Purdue game.
Call Sue, 761-3366. K20
FOR RENT

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THIRD MAN wanted to share brand
new apt. near campus. 662-58$3. C12
GARAGES-which may be locked. "1:.
Packard near State, C4
APT. FOR 2-Campus area. $135/mo. 8
mo. lease. 665-6001 after 5. C27
Make room-mate to share new mod-
ern apt. 3 blocks to campus. Swim-
ming pool, rec. room, parking. $60/
mo. 662-8760. CIO
4TH GIRL NEEDED - New apt. Call
665-4953 after 6. C4
QUIET, CLEAN single room for grad.
or working man. Garage avail. 723
Packard near State. C8
ROOM TO SHARE with kitchen and
living room privileges. 621 Church:
MODERN APARTMENTS
Available Immediately
Two mod. 2 bdrm. apts. avail, im-
mediately. Ideal for 2, 3 or 4 stu-
dents. 7 mo. and 12 mo. leases avail.
Apts. Limited
610 S. Forest
663-0511
NEAR CAMPUS, furn, basement apt.,
ideal for 2 male students. NO 2-7160.-
C16
WOULD LIKE ROOMMATE to share"
double apartment starting now or in
December. Working girl or student.
Very close to campus.. Call 663-7772
after 5. C17
MISCELLANEOUS
LAST
CHANCE
LECTURE
Dean Haber will speak at 4:10 p.m. on
Thursday, October 14. Save that date,
for a really worthwhile lecture. M15
0GOTTA have some elephant eggs?
Yearn for some pickeled turtle toes?
Run out of chocolate ants?
DON'T DESPAIR
You can find delicacies like these at.
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