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PAGE ' SXX.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1967

PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 9,1967

EAST STOPS WEST, 19-17:
Porter 'Curls' ,Cuip in 3:38

For Direct Classified Ad %ervice, Ihone 76 1-0.e57
-IMonday through Friday, 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.

FOR SALE
1957 LAMBRF7 A scooter. Needs minor
repairs. $75. Call 761-3109 after . B2
PRIVATE SALE
BOOKS-I arge collection; history nhi-

Special To The Daily
STILLWATER, Okla. - The
grapplers from the East, coached
by Michigan's Cliff Keen and led
by the lightning talents of Wol-
verine heavyweight Dave Porter;
pulled a stratling comeback to up-
end the Western squad 19-17 be-
fore 6700 thrilled fans at the first
East-West All-Star dual meet.
Going into the heavyweight di-
vision the East was down, 17-14,
but Porter, last year's NCAA
champ, came through with a stun-
ning pin to defeat Curly Culp, this
year's crown-bearer from Arizona
State, in 3:38.
EAST-WEST RESULTS
115 lbs.-Glenn McMinn (Arizona
St.) dec. Jim Anderson (Minn.),
3-2.
123 lbs.-Rich Sanders (East Port-
land St.) vs. Bob Fehrs (Michigan),
2-2, draw.
130 ibs--Mike Caruso (Lehigh) dec.
Jim Hanson (Coo.), 6-3.
137 lbs.-Gene Davis (Okla. St.)
dec. Don Behm (MSU), 7-3.
145 lbs.-Jim Rogers (Okla. St.)
dec. Don Neu (Cornell), 8-5.
152 lbs.--Lee Ehrler (UCLA) dec.
Jim Kamman (Michigan), 8-7.
160 lbs.-Joe Domko (So. Illinois),
dec. Vic Marucci (Iowa St.), 3-2.
167 lbs.-George Radman (MSU)
dec. Fred Fairbanks (Wash. St.),
9-3.
177 lbs.-Don Parker (State Colle;e
of Iowa) dec. Dave Mucka (Morav-
ian), 5-3.
191 lbs. -- Schlendorf (Syracuse)
dec. Fred Fozzard (Okla. St.), 5-3.
Heavyweight-Dave Porter (Mich-
igan) pinned Curly Culp (Arizona
St.), 3:38.

Culp, who had bragged at the
nationals that he "would have
beaten Porter "if he had met him
them, was "at it again" last night,
according to Keen, but Porter
silenced him in the best way pos-
sible.
Draw for Fehrs
Two other Wolverine grapplers
were featured in earlier matches.
Bob Fehrs, who had been desig-
nated co-captain of the East squad
along with Lehigh's Mike Caruso,
met Rich Sanders of Portland
State, captain of the Westerners,
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MINNEAPOLIS - Army Cpl.
John Clawson, former starter
for Michigan's Big Ten basket-
ball champions of 1965-66,
poured in 18 points to pace the
Armed Forces to an 85-68
crushing upset of the AAU in
the Pan-American trials last
night.
at 123. Sanders, this year's 115-
pound champ and Outstanding
Wrestler at the NCAA's, was held
to a 2-2 draw in what Keen term-
ed "an outstanding performance."
Jim Kamman, Michigan's NCAA
champ at 125, meanwhile, lost an
8-7 heartbreaker to Lee Ehrler of
UCLA. "Jim was leading with sec-
onds to go," Keen related, "when
Ehler got a reversal for two points

and three more for a near fall. At
the end, Jim was awarded a point
in riding time, but lacked just two
seconds for a second point which
would have tied it."
Robie, Kingery
Place in AAU's
Special To The Daily .
DALLAS-Two Michigan swim-
mers, Carl Robie and Russ Kin-
gery, failed in their bids for titles
yesterday in the National AAU
Indoor Swimming Championships.
Robie finished third in the 200-
yard butterfly, an event won by
Mark Spitz, a 16-year-old school-
boy from Santa Clara, Calif. Spitz
also won the 100-yard . butterfly
with a time of 0:49.9, and thus
became the first man in history
to break 50 seconds in that event.
Kingery placed fifth in the 200-
yard backstroke with a time of
1:58.7. The winning time was
1:54.4 by 6'9" USC freshman Mark
Mader.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
HOWARD KOHN

HELP WANTED

CONN. CO-ED SUMMER CAMP
Interviewing specialized counselors.
Male: head water from (W.S.I.),
water-skiing, pioneering, tennis, ath-
letics. Female: Arts and crafts, up-
perclassmen and graduates call for
appointment. Andrea Marks 662-3225.
H26
TEACHERS WANTED. $5400 up. Entire
West, Southwest,, and Alaska, FREE
registration. Southwest Teachers A-
gency, 1303 Cehtral Ave., N.E., Al-
burquerque, New Mexico. H15
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES, plea-
sant working conditions, good wages,
full time. Apply in person or call
665-6113. Mallory Lithographing, 4511
Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor. H25
MALE STUDENTS wanted to work eve-
ings 6-10. 665-8123. H23
FEMALES--Need attractive girls 18-25
as waitresses at CORAL GABLES.
2245 Woodward Ave.
Berkely, Mich. 398-7333
Apply between 12-3 p.m.
MANAGE rooming house by U-Hosp.
for two years--Min. age 21 and male.
Begin approx. Apr. 20. Ex. compen-
sation.pWrite Rome, 2654 Raphael,
East Lansing, Mich. H18
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 for Ph positive. $10, $12 for Rh
negative) Hours: Mon., Tues,, Thurs.,
Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years old
need parent's permission. Michigan
Community Blood Center, 404 W
Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-1894.
H
NEW ENGLAND Brother and Sister
Camps in the heart of the beautiful
Berkshires at Kent, Connecicut. Re-
quire 60 men and women counselors
for full program of land and water
sports. Excellent facilities for tennis,
golf, skiing, dance, outdoor crafts,
nature, music, sailing. Upper class-
men and teachers preferred. Good
salaries. Write: Camp Leonard, Leon-
ore, Box 186, Lawrence, New York .
H44
BOYS - BARTENDERS, I.D. checkers
and floor men needed at CORAL
GABLES, 2245 Woodward Ave., Berke-
ly, Mich. Apply between 12-3 p.m. H21
PERSONAL
WILL TRADE U. Charter Europe flight
(May 20-Aug. 14) for UAC May-Aug.I
flight or just trade return tickets.
Call Harvey, 663-4086. Leave message.
FF
DEAR Pat,
I had to let you know how much I
appreciated you being there on South
U. at 4 a.m. last Sunday morning.
Thanks F19
HARVARD SQ. APT., Cambridge, Mass-
Graduating senior looking for room-
mates to share apt. beginning in
May. If interested call
Karen Schiff
665-7510
(dinner time or after 11 p.m.)
YAMAHA, LDS-3, 250cc, 1966, black. 2200
miles. complete with tools, tarp and
helmet. $550. Call Shef, 761-1345. FE

PERSONALI
VISIT MR. John Wig boutique. See!
how you may lod' in one of our
glamorous wis, wlglets, or falls. Allt
select importer human hair. $19.95
and up. 510 S. Main. Phone 665-3368
P13
MEN AND WOMEN-Looking for a place
to live next fall? Try the Co-ops.
Applications available in Inter-Co-
operative Council office, 2546 SAB. or
call 668-6872. F{
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have your phone}
ring at any designated time-day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BEALATEiN
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN!
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
665-8871 (24 hours). F
HEY, HANDSOME! How'd YOU like
to make $40 an hour in New York.
this summer (or any season) as a
male fashion model? Find out what
it takes: send photo with all sizes
to: LEW WILLIAMS, 240 East 46th St.,
New York, New York 10017. P47
LAST CHANCE TO SUBLET
511 E. Hoover No. 10 for this summer
Twin air-conditioners, two floors, spi-
ral staircase, dishwashesr, garbage
disposal, and other conveniences of
home. Call 665-5980. 1 FF
NEW ZEIITGEIST - on sale now. Com-
pare it to GENERATION and weep
for past glory. ZEITGEIST has every-
thing On sale at Marshall's, Follett's,
Wahr's, Centicore. F16
THE STUDENT
APARTMENT EXCHANGE
Introducing a new organization, owned
and operated by students and grad-
uates, recognizing student housing
problems.
VOLUNTEER TRAINING PROGRAM
for students interested in REAL ES-
TATE as a profession, FULL OR
PART TIME. Male and female. SUM-
MER POSITIONS. Available with ex-
cellent remunerations. NO 5-4063. F
VISIT OlR WESTERN SHOP. Sale on
Jo-O-Kay leather jackets, Justin,
Tony Loma and Acme Boots. Sch-
neider Western Supply, 2635 Saline
Rd. Phone 663-0111. 1 mile south of
UM Stadium. FZ
NEED FOURTH GIRL to share fall
ept., modern, 2 blocks from campus
$62.50/month. Call 764-1061. F20,
SCHATZE: This is an end and a begin-
ning for both of us.
Wilbur Rabbit F15
OVER 25 PERCENT of our business
each year is inter-state. Find out
why people travel 1500 miles to buy a
Diamond Engagement Ring in Ann
Arbor. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity. 663-7151. F6
COMPLAINTS ABOUT APARTMENTS?!
(service, rents, etc.) Write 1528 8AB
Student Rental Union Helps You. P17
OSTERWEIL CO-OP has a few spaces
for women to room and board. Only
18 per week. Close to campuns. Own-
ed and run by students. Call or visit
338 E. Jefferson. 662-4440. F44

PERSONAL

I "TAKE OF"
F211
UNIV. CHARTER - Europe Flight II.
Must sell 2 seats. Call NO 5-2730, 6-8
p.m. F27
STROBE LIGHT For Rent
Call 662-2769 Presistently. F7
BRAND NEW 4-man, fantastic location
2 bedrooms modern decor. Utensils
and dishes included, air-conditioned
For information call 668-9045 or stop
in at 520 Packard No. 13. FC
SUMMER SUBLET
WE need one girl to share modern 3-
man for summer. Five minutes from
campus, air-conditioned, balcony,
good landlord. Call Ruth or Sue at
665-0898. FB
SEE EUROPE AND THE ORIENT
Tours any time, any place all summer.
Excellent accomodations - sight see--
tours. Free time. No worry about bag-
gage and reservations. STUDENT
TRAVEL OVERSEAS PROGRAM. For
more information call Nancy W. 662-
3225 8-9 p.m. F37
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
665-3719. F30
NEED one, two, or three girls for sum-1
mer subiet. Great location: Across
from the East Engin and the Brown
Jug. Mod. Bilevel, air cond. balcony,
spiral staircase, 3 bd. rms., 2 baths.
Disposal, TV, everything you could
want!! Inquire individually or in a
group, we want youl 761-6872. FD
LIVE IN A CO-OP this summer Fun.
Close to campus $18/wk room and
board $12/ wk board only. INTER-
COOPERATIVE COUNCIL 2546 SAB,
668-6872. F34
Rent Your TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
WHO??? ... .
M ay want a high pay opportunity?
O offers self-confidence and an
open-mind?
N eeds a $1000 CASH SCHOLARSHIP?
E stablishes a high caliber of
initiative?
Y OU DO!!!
If you will be at least 20 by June
and have a car, call Jon at 764-5633.
Recruiter for National Firm. In town
soon for limited time. Opportunity
knocks, just open the door. FB
LIMITED SUMMER POSITIONS OPEN
Sales and supervisory opportunity where
the successful write their own pay-
check! Michigan State student earned
OVER $2500.00 IN TEN WEEKS ! If
you will be 20 by June, have a car,
and are eager to earn big money with
a national corporation this might be
for YOU. To see if you can qualify,
call Mr. Jaffa at 764-5633. The District
Recruiter will be in Ann Arbor this
weekend and will be looking for four
ambitious, personable young men.
Can YOU qualify??? F

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USED CARS os osophy. math, science, literature,
.. - .classics. Hazdhound and many sets,
1964 TR 4 2,000 miles. Red wire wheels. Also paperback
wood dash, radio Call 662-6263. N27
_.__......___ ..ART STTPH l JES- Studio full of draw-
MUSTANG - 1966 Red with black vinyl ing supplies, canvas, brushes, etc.
top. 4 speed 225 hp. ex. cond. 665-0302
N28 SCIENCE EQttIPMENT - Microscope,
__ - - -- Zeiss-Wetzlar (16(0X), NBS. Weights.
TR 3 B '63. Excellent codition. Going Chem lob glassware and precision
abroad. 761-4272. N26 equipment. Excellent Condition.
1958 FORT) Fairiane 500-Good condi- Sat. Sun., Mon., 1-7,
tion. Call 761-3827. N24 510 E. William
1961 FIAT Abarth Zagat to aluminum 668-6234
body, Michelin tires. 22 000 mi .A real B3
collector's item. Best offer 668-9829, INDIAN SITAR. Ex. cond. and quality.
N19. 662-2614,C15

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'64 TR4. BT.UTE with white top. New
battery, Michelin Tires. Exc. cond.
453-0367. N23
'65 SUNBEAM Tiger, R and H, new:
Michelin tires, body excellent best
offer 662-0779 or 668-9829, N21
'1966 FALCON: red 2-door, automatic,
radio, heater, white walls, 662-9212
5:30 - 10:30 p.m. Ni6
VOLYO-1961. Excellent transportation.
29 mpg., radio, heater, 5 good tires.
$400. 668-9829. N14
1966 VW. Bahama blue, exe. cond. 4800
miles, one owner-have a look-con-
vince yourself. Call 665-6367. N15
1963 CHEVROLET Impala convertible.
$1200. Call Fritz at 662-3256. NB
'63 VW-Body in very good cond. Good
tires, radio, heater, engine needs
work. $350. Call 665-8351 bet. 5-8 p.m.
'63 VW-BODY in very good cond. Good
tires, radio, heater. Engine needs
work. $350. Call 665-8351 bet. 5-8 p.m.
N3
'63 VW good cond., good tires, radio
instructor. Day 665-9897, eve. 479-
4481. N47
MGB '64 - wire wheels, radio, heater.
Detroit. TR3-0549. N45
1962 VW Sunroof. Good mechanical and
clean condition. Lots mileage. Best
' offer over $650. Call Henry Kerr at
663-2108, 701 S. Forest. N37
HARLEY DAVIS Motorscooter. 1962.
Excel. cond. $230. NO 2-9361. Z10
BUSINESS SERVICES
TAILORED SUITS FOR YOUR MEAS-
UREMENTS -- Fine quality fabrics
from $99.50 up; also alterations. 225
E. Liberty St. 665-8195. . J45
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
SAVE THIS AD, you'll need it someday.
Dressmaking, ladies' tailoring, altera-
tions. Reasonable prices. Day or even-
ing. All work guaranteed. 662-3481. J49
HAVE PROBLEMS getting your typing
done? One day service - Technical
Service Associates, 665-4658, 9-4 30.
J50
TAILORED SUITS FOR YOUR MEA-
SUREMENTS. Fine quality fabrics
from $99 50 up; also alterations. 225
E. Liberty St. 665-8195. J45
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - '59 Chevy Station Wa-
gon. Good condition. Must sell. 663-
0145. B7
B.S.A. 1955 custom 650. Good condition
$300. Call Scott 761-1345. B6
ROYAL Portable Typewirter, light-
weight model. All the features of a
big machine. Call Fred, 761-9493 eve-
nings. B50
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BULTARO 175 cc Camera 1966. $350.
Grasshopper rear tire. 665-0533. B46
FOR SAiE--19.% 305 Honda Scrambler.
Good shape 3700 miles. Call 8om,
663-7419. 'B39
6 S'IRING MARTIN Guitar, D-28 with
case. made in 1955. $300 or best offer.
662-0464. B16
GOOD BEGINNER rock 'n roll guitar
and amp. $100. 764-1701. B17
FOR SALE- 4sed TV, 21-inch. QOR-
RECTION-662-4412. B20
WOLLENSAf Stereo-tape recorder -
Lafayette turntable. 2 stereo speakers
Call Mr. Gage days 482-2000. eves.
662-3484. B48
MISCELLANEOUS
I'LL MAINTAIN two newish lightweight
bikes this summer for their use. Call
, Cy at 761-5997 at noon or after 5. M41
FRATERNITY &
SORORITY BANQUETS
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron
Motor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M

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FOR SALE -
1 Empire Turntable
2 Dyna Mono Amplifiers (1 mo. old)
1 Dyna 120 watt Amp. Solid State
1 650 B. S. A. Motorcycle
2 Altc Flnor Speakers (2 mo. old)
1 Viking 88 Tape .Deck
1 Scott Stereo Tuner (1 mo. old)

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for EXAMS

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BASS TROMBONE - King Symphony
model in excellent cond. $175. Tom
Bloomer, 662-4093. X23
FOR SALE-SPINET'PIANO
Wanted-Responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinet
piano. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby-
ville, Indiana. X26
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
PATL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

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WANTED - Female companion to
travel thru Europe during July and
August. Call soon 662-6819 Carol. F42

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Stringed instruments and accessories
(guitars, sitars, dulcimers, etc.) re-
pairs, electric and acoustic, lessons.
2095 S. State, 665-8001. 10-7 p.m. X6
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM & BOARD. Prof. frat. house.
Summer and fall. 761-5857. E32
ROOM AND BOARD available, for men.
665-3719. E20
BABYSITTING - Evenings, dishes, or
would consider staying with elderly
lady evenings in exchange for room,
and board. Mon.-Fri. Centrally locat-
ed. References. White Box 15. E26

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