THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY; AM it 1967
PAGE 811 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE~DA'Y. APRIL 11. 1987
Leafs Host Black Hawks in Third Game
Monday through Friday, 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
TORONTO (R)--"They got what
they wanted in Chicago and now
we have ito get one in Toronto. It's
as simple as that," said Coach
Billy Reay of the Chicago Black
The Hawks, champions of the
National Hockey League, dropped
a -1 decision Sunday night in
Chicago enabling the Maple Leafs
to tie the best-of-seven Stanley
Cup semifinal series at one game
More importantais the fact that
the Leafs, who failed to win a
,fully aware that Chicago must win
at least one game in Toronto if
the Hawks hope to make the
finals, refused to take the role of
"I would still say we're the un-
derdogs," said Imlach. "They're
supposed to be the best team.
They've got practically everyone
on the All-Star team.
"In fact it seems as if every
team in the league will have some-
body-on the All-Star team except
us," said Imlach. "Well, - that's
okay with me as long as we win
day afternoon," said Reay.
Toronto will go without the
services of forward George Arm-
strong, who injured his right knee
.a e k when he took a jarring check!
Imlach had the Leafs work out from Bobby Hull in Sunday's
yesterday while Coach Reay rested game. Brian Conacher will replace
the Black Hawks, Armstrong on the Leafs' top line,
"They'll see plenty of action which also features Frank Mahov-
with games coming up Tuesday, lich and Dave Keon, hero of Sun-
Thursday and in Chicago Satur- day's victory.
Hannun, 76ers, Seek Home Clincher
CONN. CO-ED SUMMER CAMP
Interviewing specialized counselors.
Male: head water from (W.S.I.).
water-skiing, pioneering, tennis, ath-
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perclassmen and graduates call for
appointment. Andrea Marks 662-3225.
TEACHERS WANTED. $5400 up. Entire
West, Southwest, and Alaska. FREE
registration. Southwest Teachers A-
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GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES, plea,
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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.
Beikelv, Mich. 398-7333
Apply between 12-3 p.m.
single game in Chicago during the PHILADELPHIA O/P) - Coach "There's only one thing I'd rath- throne the Celtics, champions of
regular season, can put the Hawks Alex Hannum of the Philadelphia er do than win the series in Bos- the NBA for eight straight years.I
at a serious disadvantage with 76ers' basketball team hopes he ton," Hannum said, "and that's "The Celtics have proved great
victories An Toronto Tuesday and doesn't have to go back to Bos- to win it here in Philadelphia." to date," he said, "and I'm sure
Thursday nights. ton this year. Boston avoided a four-game they'll give us all we want in
Sunday's encounter was a com- Not that he doesn't like Boston sweep by beating the 76ers in the Philly. But we'll be ready."
plete turnabout from Thursday's -it's just that he's counting on Boston Garden Sunday, 121-117, Bill Russell, the Celtics' layer-
open which the Hawks won 5-2. his team to whip the Boston Cel- in a dandy, hard-fought game, coach, sees today's game as an-
The Leafs checked hard and tics tonight in Philadelphia and "Both teams were magnificent other tough one.
often to keep the Hawks off bal- wrap up the Eastern Division of Sunday," Hannum said, "I hope "Philly hasn't had a poor gamej
.ance and took advantage of their the National Basketball Associa- everybody stays healthy. I feel in the series," he said. "We'd like
scoring opportunities. After the tion. we have the best team, and I them to have one Tuesday."
Leafs took a 1-0 lead on a goal by The 76ers lead the best-of-sev- don't want anybody to have anyr A spokesman for the 76ers said
Pete Stemkowski, Dave Keon en series three games to one and excuses. Let the best team prove that Gov. John Volpe of Massa-
scored while the Leafs were short- if they defeat the proud Celtics the best." chusetts, a rabid Celtics fan, and
handed George Armstrong added here, they won't have to go back The coach said he didn't expect Gov. Raymond P. Shaffer of Penn-
the final goal on a power play. to Boston for game No. 6 tomor- any change in strategy" for game sylvania, a home team rooter,
Toronto Coach Punch Imlach, I row. No. 5 in the 76ers' attempt to de- would both be at the game.
I . Billboard
There will be an "M" Club
meeting at the Union at 8:30 to-
The recipient of the Doc Losh
Trophy will be named and the
election of officers will be held.
Sophomore lettermen are in-
vited to attend.
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I had to let you know how much I
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HARVARD SQ. APT.. Cambridge, Mass.
Graduating senior looking for room-
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May. If interested ca11
(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
MEN AND WOMEN-Looking for a place
to live next fall? Try the Co-ops.
,A~pplications, available in Inter-ro-
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call 668.6372. F
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have .your phone
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HEY, HANDSOME! How'd YOU like
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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. F47
LAST CHANCE TO SUBLET
511 E. Hoover No. 10 for this summer,
Twin airconditioners, two floors, spi-
ral staircase, dishwashesr. garbage
disposal. and other conveniences of
home. Call 665-5980. 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
Introducing a new organization, owned
and operated by students and grad-
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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-
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VISIT OUR WESTERN SHOP. Sale on
Jo-O-Kay leather jackets, Justin,
Tony Loma andAcme 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
ITNIVERSIITIY CHARTER FLIGHTS
$2P0 Detroit - London - Detroit. Open Rent Your TV from NEJAC
o all students, faculty staff and GE and Zenith portables for only £10
their immediate families. Few seat~s prmnhFE evc n eiev
remain - Call 761-9720, 6-8 p.m. F22 per month FREE service and delivery.
__ Phone 662-5671 NOW. 11
14 April. F LIVE IN A CO-OP this summer Fun.
Clrse to campus $18 wk room and
PINE RIVER CANOE CAMP - a private
Michigan boys camp - is hiring male
counselors who enjoy camping, can-
oeing etc. Call 662-3090 for appoint-
ment. High salaries. F25
WINFRED COOPER as Mayor and Nar-
ratot was very good especially When
one caught the poor fainting Mrs.
_______- a natioutal corporation this maight'be
YEE,, IT'S TRUE. A limited supply of for YOU. To see if you can qualify,
the Ail-Ameria Gargoyle; are still call Mr. Jarfa at 764.5633. I'he Tistrict
available at Ralph's Market. F23 Recruiter will be in Ann Arbor this
.AS . N weekend and will be looking for four
SINCE ALMOST all GEM 1AMON1 S ambitions, personable young men.
come from Africa, a brand label for a Can YOU qualify?9 F
ring mounting does not guarantee the!
quality of the major diamond in the USED CARS
ring. Austin lriamond-1209 S. Ulivor-
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UNIV. CHARTER'-- Europe Flight II. Wire wheels. R&H, Luggage Rack,
Must sell 2Beats: Call NO 52730,6-8 Black Int. Excellent cond $1600. 761-
p.m. F27 2423. N29
SRentCHEVROLET Super Sport Convert. Au-
C TRBE662L2769 Gs Foe r Rent F7 tomatic F.M. V8 Perfect cond. 761-
BRAND N,W 4-man,.fantastic location
2 bedrooms. modern decor. Utensils 1958 MGA Roadster, good cond. Call
and dishes included, air-conditioned Chuck at 662-3256. N31
For Infotmation call 668-9045 or stop
in at 520 Pa'Kard No. 13. FC 1964 TR 4 23,000 miles. Red wire wheels,
wood dash, radio. Call 662-6263. N27
SUMMER SUBLET'MUSTANG - 1966 Red with black vinyl
WE need one girl to share modern 3- top. 4 speed 225 hp. ex. cond. 665-0302
man for summer. Five minutes from N28
if sold to Ulrich's WITH your currently good ones.
lO UJIIBEAT DI"ALi-FI(.UII E IT ITT!
board $12/ wx board only. INTER-
COOPERATIVE COUNCIL 2546 SAB,
LIMIlT'ED) 51MM ER P( Sr'I-INS OPEN
Sales aid supei vs'ry opltortunity where
the successful write their own pay-
check! Mirbigan State student earned
SOVER $250000 IN l bN W ';KS!! If
you will be 20 by -June, have a car,
and are eager to earn big moiney with
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
WILL TRADE U. Charter Europe flight
(May 20-Aug. 14) for UAC May-Aug.
flight or just trade return tickets.
Call Harvey, 663-4086. Leave message,
VISIT MR. John Wig boutique. See
how you may look in one of our
glamorous wis, wiglets, or falls. All
select imported human hair. $19.95
and up. 510 S. Main. Phone 665-3366
Ulrich's sell your discontinued books to over
600 college bookstores. This way we get the
highest possible prices for YOU. At least-25%
of the books used this semester are now obso-
SCHATZE: This is an end and a begin-
ning for both of us.
Wilbur Rabbit F15
campus. air-conditioned, balcony,
good landlord. Call Ruth or Sue at
SEE EUROPE AND THE ORIENT
Tours any time, any place all summeitr.
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. P 37
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
NEED one, two, or three girls for sum-2
mer' subiet. Great location.: Across
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Jug. Mod. Bilevel, air cond. balcony,
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Disposal, TV, everything you could
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OVER 25 PERCENT of our business
each year is inter-state. Find out
why people travel 1500 miles to buy a
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Arbor. Austin Diamond, 1209 Z. Uni-
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COMPLAINTS ABOUT APARTMENTS?!
(service, rents, etc.) Write 1528. SAB
Student.Rental Union Helps You. F17
OSTIERWEIL 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. Cal or visit
338 E. Jefferson. 662-4440. P44
WANTED - Female companion to
travel thru Europe during July and
August. Call soon 662-6819 Carol. P42
M ay want a high pay opportunity?
O offers self-confidence and an
N eeds a $1000 CASH SCHOLARSHIP?
E stablishes;a high caltier of
Y OU DO!!!
If you will be at least 20 by June
and have a car, call J n at 764-5633
Recruiter for National Firm. In town
soon for limited time. Opportunity
knocks, just open the door. F B
TR 3 B '63. Excellent codition. Going
abroad. 761-4272. N26
1958 FORD Fairlane 500-Good condi-
tion. Call 761-3827. N24
1961 FIAT Abarth Zagat to aluminum
body,, Michelin tires, 22 000 mi. A real
collector's item. Best offer 668-9829.
'64 TR4. BLUE. with white top. New
battery, Michelin Tires. Exc. cond.
'65 SUNBEAM Tiger, R and H, new
Michelin tires, body excellept best
offer 662-0779 or 668-9829. N21
1966 VW. Bahama blue, exc. cond. 4800
miles, one ownet--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.
'63 VW good cond., good tires, radio
instructor, Day 665-9897, eve. 479-
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~ ZIo
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM & BOARD. Prof. frat. house.
Summer and fall. 761-5857. E32
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
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
lete or discontinued.
Tuesday, April 11, 1967-8:00 P.M.
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