100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 26, 1965 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1965-05-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. MAY 21q_ 14#

THE MICHICUAN flATlY WFfl1%TI~flAV 1~fAV 91t

VT LiL.N Ii 0 L i a irlt7 Z 4 0, 1zy 0a

Clay

Knocks Liston

Out in Record Time,

0

ChallengerI
Dropped in
One Minute
Clay Asks To Meet
Floyd Patterson Next
LEWISTON, Maine P)-Heavy-
'weight champion Cassius Clay
knocked out Sonny Liston with a
short right hand punch to the
jaw in one minute of the first
round last night, the shortest
heavyweight title fight in history.
Clay dropped the ex-champ on
is back with a solid short right.
Sonny rolled over and tried to get
up but fell on his back again.
Referee Jersey Joe Walcott, the
former heavyweight champion, ap-
parently could not hear the knock-
down time keeper's count. When
Sonny got up Jersey Joe let them
continue while he checked with
officials of the Maine State Box-
ng Commission.
Stops Fight
Informed that the count of 10
had been reached, Walcott im-
mediately rushed over and stop-
ped the fight.-
A chorus of boos rolled from
the gathering of some 4500 fans
at the tiny high school hockey
arena in this textile city. No-
body knew for several confusing
moments whether the fight was
over or not.
It was the same sort of eneing
that Rocky Marciano and Walcott
had in their rematch in Chicago
after a furious first. fight. Wal-
cott went out quickly in the very
first round.
Quickest Kayo
The quickest previous knockout
in a heavy title match was the
1:28 first round knockout scored
by Tommy Burns over Jem Roche
in Dublin, March 17, 1908. In all
there had been 11 previous firs,
round endings in the heavyweight
class.
One quick punch and it was all
over. Liston went on his back,
rolled over, got to his right knee
and then fell on his back.
After the sudden ending, Clay
oured the ringside yelling "I want
oyd Patterson."
Boos
A chorus of fans yelled "fake,
fake, fake," and booed for several
rinutes as photographers and
others swarmed into the ring.
The pattern of the fight was
apparent from the opening sec-
onds. Clay immediately moved in
and threw a right hand to the
head and a hook to the jaw,
quickly establishing that he was
in command. Then he danced
away, circling while Liston plod-
ded after him flat-footed.
Liston managed a short right
but missed with a jab as Clay
moved away, dancing with his
hands down at his side. Clay land-
ed a right and then brought up a
short right to the jaw and it was
all over.
Bizarre
If possible, this was an even
more bizarre ending than their
previous match Feb, 25, 1964, when
Liston quit in his cornei at the
seventh bell, claiming he had
damaged his left shoulder.
Earlier Clay had tried to quit,
claiming he couldn't see.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

* * * * * * * *
'7I' Cindermen: The Spirit Was Willing

! 1 "

MICHIGAN DA
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS

By TOM WEINBERG
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-Maybe Michigan
people are spoiled.
But there's good reason for it.
When Coach Don Canham's
track squad came here for the Big
Ten meet, he knew he probably
wouldn't have the horses to over-
come Michigan State's ,depth and
overwhelming speed in the sprints
an l hurdles.
But when the Wolverines hur-
riedly threw their equipment into
taxis to catch the plane home Sat-
urday afternoon with 43 points-
good enough for second place-
and three individual titlists, the
track buffs knew that Michigan
had been in town and third-place
Wisconsin felt the heavy six-point
gap that the Wolverines built up.
Three Titles
Proven champion Kent Bernard
showed his grace and ability in
capturing the 440, Dorie Reid
streaked to a crown in the 100,
and George Canamare sprung
himself into the national limelight
with a record-breaking 15'9%"
pole vault.
But it was more than just the
three Michigan champions that
Canham could gloat about after
two days of action culminated an-
other successful season. 'Once
more, his charges proved their
ability to reach peak performance
for the big meet.
Add to that the fact that every
Michigan point-maker except Ber-
nard, third-place half-miler Dan
Hughes, and fourth-place hurdler
John Henderson will return for at
least one more year of competition
for the Maize and Blue, and it's
enough to spoil anybody.
Garner 56 Points
Spoiled or not, the smattering
of Michigan rooters were forced
to witness the awesomer56-point
performance negotiated by the
Spartans from East Lansing as
they picked up their first track
title since joining the conference
in 1951.
With five individual winners, 17
of a possible 30 points in the
sprints, and eight more in both
the-120-yard high hurdles and the
high jump, the Spartans were so
far out of reach the meet was
sewed up about an hour before
the traditional showdown in the
mile relay. In fact, Spartan Coach.
FrangDittrich was g e n e r o u s
enough to share the wealth by
scratching his mediocre mile relay
squad when he realized his team
was out in the clear.
Sets World Mark
The most outstanding individual
performance was by crowd-pleas-

ing Iowa sophomore Jon Reimer
who bettered the existing world's
record in the 330-yard intermed-
iate hurdles. Lanky Reimer's time
of :36.1 eclipses the mark set by
Jim Miller from Colorado two1
years ago.
If Reimer's win was the most
outstanding on paper, it was Can-
amare's showing that excited the7
crowd the most. As usual, the pole;
vault started first, and ended last,
but Canamare had the centerstage,
attention when he failed in all,
three of his attempts at 16'1"
after all the running events had]
ended. With his first try at the
formerly magic height, Canamare
was over the bar, but fell back,
down and knocked it off.
The junior from Cedarhurst,
N.Y., bettered his own previous
best by four inches en route to
breaking Wolverine Rod Denhart's
three-year old Big Ten record of
'He'll Make It']
After the meet, Canham assert-]
ed that Canamare would continue
his year-long improvement next
month in the nationals. "It's too1
bad George didn't break 16 feet,"
Canham said. But the harassed
coach confidently added, "He'll
do it without any trouble on the1
Coast," where the NCAA meet will'
be held.
Canamare did not place last
year in the outdoor meet, but his{
steadily increasing mastery over'
the fiber glass rod vaulted him
over 21 inches higher than his
14'0" performance a year ago.
Bernard only had to fight off an
injured leg in streaking to his
second 440 crown in a row. Nobody
was close to the Trinidad-Tobago
Olympian as he loped once around
the dry track in :46.6 seconds.
'Won't Let Myself'j
The Wolverine captain, who was
lauded by his coach for buck~ing
a bothersome left ankle, didn't
want his leg taped for Saturday's
finals. "It hurt me quite a bit be-
fore the race," he admitted after-
wards, "but once I get going, I
won't let myself think about it."
The graceful champion coasted
across the finish line in Friday's

prelims with a noticeable limp, but meet were turned in by Fred
pushed himself to repeat his indi- Grove in the 660 and Brian Kelly
vidual effort Saturday in the anti- in the mile. Both of the under-
climatic mile relay when he darted classmen came through with times

LINES
2
3
4

1 DAY 3 DAY

away from his nearest challenger,
to handily capture the first heat'
of the event with a leg of :46.2
unofficially.
According to Canham, the only
reason the Wolverines finished
second to Iowa in the relay was
because the Hawkeyes were in the
other heat. Iowa's team ran the
distance in 3:12.1, :.09 better than
Hughes, Cecil Norde, Bob Gero-
metta and Bernard had posted in
the first heat.
Norde and Gerometta them-
selves added two points each to
the Wolverine cause with fourths
in the 880 and 660 respectively.
Reid Takes 100
Flashy halfback Reid bucked an
eight-mile an hour wind in zoom-
ing to the third and final Wolver-
ine title in ten seconds flat. Reid
ran a :09.5 on Friday to qualify
for the finals, but could go the
100 yards in :10.0 on Saturday
and still come out unscathed, even
though Garrett was stiff compe-
tition, clocking :10.0 as well.
Two other performances that
typified the Wolverines' anticipat-
ed adrenalin surge in the Big Ten

that far outstripped their previous
bests.
Grove, a sophomore who is
gradually becoming accustomed to
the 660-yard distance, as opposed
to his original event, the half
mile, picked up four valuable
points with his second place fin-
ish. His time of 1:18.8 was a sec-
ond slower than lightning-fast
Jim Harris of Northwestern, and
one-tenth second better than the
Iowans' sentimental favorite of
the day, two-year half-mile cham-
pion Bill Frazier, who is still re-
covering from an injury he sus-
tained last year.
Collected Saturday
The remaining six Wolverine
points were collected in the field
events Saturday. Sophomore shot-
putter Jack Harvey wound up
third to Tom Barnes of Minnesota
and Bob Freimuth of Wisconsin
with his throw of 53'33%". Junior
Bob Densham struggled with a
dislocated bone and still managed
fourth place in the high jump.
And sophomore weight-man Steve
Leuchtman got a point for heav-
ing the 16-pound ball 51'33/4".

70
.85
1.00

1.95
2.,40
2.85

LY PERSONAL
TENNIS LESSONS-Grad student with
ING RAT ES instruction experience. 663-7211. F30
"S 5 DAYSCTHE GREAT SOCIETY?
S Is it the answer? Is it enough?Is it.
Sin fact, possible? These are some of
3.00 1the things we want to discuss tonight
at 7:30 in Room 3C of the Union,
375 Come and join us. Michigan Christian
Fellowship. F31
4.35 FREE KITTENS. Call NO 2-0833. F
lineAUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best nuy on
0o O 'ie an Engagement ring In Ann Arbor."
:30 Mon. thiu Fri. 1209 S. University, 663-7151,
NEED A TUTOR for statistics (5oc
Econ., Bus. Ad, Math)? Call 665-2378.
- .. -- -- . 2
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC
HIELP WANTED GE and Zenith portables for only $10
--- per month. FREE service and de-
ING, month of July, family livery. Phone 662-5671 NOW. F

Fiqure 5 average words t'
Coil C'assified between 1 :00 and 2
Phone 764-0557

HOUSES FOR SALE
MARRIED STUDENTS WITH CHIL-
DREN-3 bdrm, ranch home in cool
western Ann Arbor, 1 blk. from
Lakewood elem. school, recently
painted, full dry basement, landscap-
ed lot, $16,500 with conventional fi-
nancing or $2500 down and $117 per
month. Call NO 5-7451. Y1
HOMES FOR SALE by owners, listed
with The Clearing House, 662-6574,
9 a.m.-9 p.m. every day. Y
FOR RENT
APT. FOR WOMEN, 1' block from law
school, $70 mo. furr. or unfurn. Call
665-8308 after 5. C29
SINGLE APT. Furn., good location,
utilities inci. Inquire 9-5 at 416E.
Huron. 028
APT., 3 RM., private bath, unfurn.,
$85 mo., East Univ. NO 2-4684. C27
HOUSE, close to campus, furn., for 4
students, $200 per month plus utili-
ties. Call 3-1014 after 3. 026

- - ^
BABY SIiTT

31

BDRM. FURN. House, small back yard.
726 S. Division. Rent-$200 or best
offer, 662-7384. 024

with 4 children, ages 3 to 8, looking
for mature student, perhaps elem. ed.
major, to accompany them to Lake
Michigan cottage, other help in
household, good salary. 668-7312. H23
SOME HOUSEHOLD help and baby-
sitting, in exchange for room and
board, pleasant home, walking dis-
tance from campus. Call NO 2-5831.
--21
JOIN THE DAILY-See Judy Warren
at Student Publications Bldg., 420
Maynard St.
DENTAL HYGIENIST WANTED, Garden
City, 25 min. from campus, full or
part-time in pleasant office. 472-
5760. H22
JOBS-Professional, technical, clerical,
restaurant, etc. Full and part-time.
Listed with The Clearing diouse, 662-
6574, 9'a.m.-9 p.m. every day.s HO
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER for real
time digital system. 764-4228. H
STUDENTS-Choose your own hours!
Scholarship offered! Call 761-2779
8-11 a.m. H7
TWO STUDENTS-Room in exchange
for 7 hours work per week, Call NO
3-4740 alid ask for Peggy. H12
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative, Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,
9-4; Fri., 1-7, 18-21 yrs. old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti, Mich. H129
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Contact lenses in white case.
Call 665-3323 after 5. AS
SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET IIIB-Girl roommate,
815 S. State, air-cond., after 5:00 call
663-1745. U29

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
SERVIOE, 665-8871 (24 hours). F42
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using r
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.
MTCHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUUTION SERVICE
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1964 LAMBRETTA, excellent condition.
Call 668-8213 after 5:00. Z6
1961 BMW R698, excellent condo, spe-
cial paint. Call Lippincott, NO 3-
3395. Z5
'61 LAMBRETTA Li 150. Ex. mech. cond.
Call Ken, 665-0477. Z2
BMW 250 cc. 1959, 34,000 miles. $400.
Call Jeff days 764-9300 or dinner
time 663-4086. Z4
JOIN the fun world of HONDA.'gcono-
my performance and dependability
from $253. See them at HONDA OF
ANN ARBOR, 3000 Packard Rd., 665-
9281.
SEE IT NOW-The '65 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223S. First

LAW SCHOOL AREA-Fiurn. 1st floor
apt. Call 668-6537 after 5 p.m. 25
NO LEASE REQUIRED
Large studio, unfurn., $70/mo., includes
all utilities. Also spacious 1 bdrm.
apt., unfurn., $95/mo. Includes all
utilities. 663-7268. 04
815 E. ANN
1 & 2 man furnished apts. available
immediately and for fall. One block
to campus and St. Joseph Hospital.
1 10 N. THAYER
2, 3, & 4 man, modern furnished
apts. for fall. Disposals, wall-to-wall
carpeting, etc. Less than one block
to campus.
Campus Management'
662-7787 eves. & Sun. 663-9064

MISCELLANEOUS

C22 3 BDRM. HOME for rent starting June
14 for 3 months. Call NO 5-7675. U30

GROOM E'S
BATHING BEACH
SAFEST BEACH f:.
in Southern Michigan
Refreshment Center
-Y<
Ice Cream - Sandwiches
Soft Drinks
Complete Line of
Bathing Suits for Sale 4
10 Miles North of Ann Arbor
via US23
Whitmore Lake, Michigan

Chicago
Minnesota
Baltimore
Detroit
Cleveland
Los Angeles
Boston
New York
Washington
Kansas City

W
24
22
22
21
18
20
17
17
17
9

L Pct.
13 .649
13. .629
17 .564
17 .553
17 .514
20 .500
19 .472
22 .436
24 .415
25 .265

GB
1w
3
3
51
5Y-t
8
9
13

Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: Married, 2, 3, or 4 person
apts. from $95 to $240. Campus loca-
tion, new and used buildings. Cheap
summer sublets also avail.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
after 5 p.m., NO 3-1121
C
AVAILABLE AUG. 15 & FOR SUMMER
SUBLET-Large 3 or 4 person apts.
Also large furn. rooms. NO 2-2197 or
NO 8-8601. 017
ATTRACTIVE, 2 bdrm., large furn.
apt. Piano, garage. Near campus.
Heat, water included. Grad women
students, married couples preferred.
$150 mo. Call NO 5-4740 or see 1523
". Univ. C5
FURN. 3 bdrm house, ceramic bath,
fireplace, newly decorated. Hill-
Division area. Summer $180 mo. Fall
$220 mo. Call NO 3-6528. 03
ROOMS FOR MEN
$20 per month
TV Lounge, Air conditioned
Complete Snack Kitchen
Call 8-9593
C1
418 E. WASHINGTON
On Campus-Half Block from Frieze
WASH INGTON
MANOR
NOW LEASING
FOR FALL, 1965
Apts. for 2 and 3 Men
ONE BEDROOM & STUDIO APART-
MENTS, LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED,
AIR - CONDITIONED, BALCONIES,
SOUND-PROOF CONSTRUCTION.
FOR APPOINTMENT
CALL NO 8-6906
C6
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Older model Admiral con-
sole 21" TV, UHF, AM-FM, record
player, very cheap. Call 662-2493. B8
1965 MAGNAVOX stereo with records
and 1965 Magnavox TV with UHF
tuner. Both $200 or $110 each. Call
NO 2-9302 btwn. 5 and 7 p.m. B9
VEGA-S String Banjo, Seeger model
with case and Scruggs tuner, very
good cond. Call George, 662-6671. B7
FOR SALE - 1965 Austin-Healey 3000
MKIII. All extras. 10,000 miles. $3300
or best offer, will sell immediately.
Call 665-2378 between 5:30-6:00. B5

ARTIST'S STUDIO, $25 month for sum-
mer. Call 665-5297. U31
MAYNARD HOUSE ON CAMPUS, air-
cond., 1 bdrm., May 26-Aug. 26. Call
663-3276 or 665-4406. U26
521 WALNUT-Large 2 rm. studio, furn.,
summer, $65/mo.; fall $75/mo. Also
single furn. rooms for rent. Call NO
8-6906. U25
ONE ROOMMATE OPENING in air-
conditioned, modern, two-bedroom
apartment near campus. Has own
balcony. Good price for term IIIB or
now. Call 662-6934. U23
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for IIIB.
5-man, Forvm Apt. Call after 5:00
weekdays, 663-2085. U28
FURNISHED APT. for two avail, for
July and Aug. Reasonable rent. Very
close to campus, Call 662-4044 after
noon. U24
WANTED-One roommater(female) to
move into cool, interesting type
apartment located across the street
from East Quad. Call NO 2-8257 after
6:30 p.m. and ask for Barb, Doree or
Rosalie. People who don't like kittens
need not apply. U22
WASHTENAW-SOUTH U.
3 bedroom apts. avail,.immediately
4 men-$25 each
3 men-$30 each
2 men-$35 each
1 man-$40
Call Ron, 761-2795
U21
SUMMER ONLY-Near campus, 5 room,
furn. for 3 or 4. 453-6006. U15

IT'S GETTING warm, picnic time.
You'll find all the fixin's you need at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night till 12
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Mich.
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED - Ride from Ill. tollway
(Aurora) May 31. Call eves., 663-2993.
Gil
RIDE WANTED to Gary, Ind., leaving
Friday aft. or later. Share expenses.
Call Gail, 764-0557, 12-3 p.m. After 7,
764-5868. 08
RIDERS WANTED to San Francisco via
Denver, leave May 30. Call Connie at
764-4417 or 663-9685. 010

RIDERS WANTED to Chicago, leaving
early Sat. morning. Call Scott, 663-
7241 after 5 p.m. 09
RIDERS WANTED to LA or points West,
leaving June 1. Call Earl, 663-4495. G7
RIDERS WANTED to San Francisco,
leaving end of May. Call 663-9685
evenings. G6
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

4l.

REDUCED FOR THE SUMMER
Furnished and unfurnished for
people. Call 663-7268.

1-4
U7

.o

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, New York 1
Detroit 7, Chicago 5
Minnesota 17, Boston 5
Baltimore 6, Kansas City 3
Washington 7-6, Los Angeles 3-5
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)
Kansas City at Baltimore (n)
Los Angeles at Washington (n)
Cleveland at Chicago (n)

NATIONAL LEAGI
W L

Los Angeles
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Chicago
Philadelphia
Houston
New York
Pittsburgh

25
23
22
18
21
18
18
18
15
14

14
14
16
16
19
20
21
24
24
24

UE
Pet.
.641
.622
.579
.529
.525
.474
.462
:429
.385
.368

GB
1
414
4 z
6
7
8%
10
10%

;:

""""."""" t:":.. ":.11* . . . . . S11
L:" " A V : ""::::. . .......11:1"::::V::""f1':J. . .""':ft : {::::.

ft

t...
4

2ND SESSION, for 2, 3 or 4, new air,
cond. apt. Bargain summer rates.
Call 668-8723, 665-8330 or 665-2689. U3
4 PEOPLE to sublease apt. May 5 to
Sept. 1. Furn and air cond. Call
HU 3-6100, ext. 3960. US
USED CARS
1962 VW BUS, 9 passenger, 21,000 miles,
excel. cond. Call 665-3359.. N17
SUNBEAM 1960 convertible. $700. Call
NO 2-1778 after 6. N16
3 CAR Family selling 2 cars, both excel.
cond., red '63 T13B, white '61 Re-
nault. 483-5296 after 5:00. N13
TRIUMPH TR3, red w/white top,
Michelin X tires, very good cond.
Great summer car. 662-6111 btwn. 5-8.
TRIUMPH TR-4, 1964 roadster. Clean.
14,500 miles. Never raced. Four on
the floor, wire wheels, radio, heater,
windshield washer. Green, black
top. Racing stripes, seat belts. One
owner. $2500. Can be seen at 523
Neff Road, Grosse Point. Call TU
2-8535 for appointment. N3
ALPHA-1963 Sprint Speciale. One own-
er. Mint condition. Best offer. 3150
Morgan Road. Ni

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 2, St. Louis 0
Philadelphia, I, New York 3
Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 6 (12 inn)
Cincinnati 7, Houston 4
Milwaukee 14, Nan Francisco 1
TODAY'S' GAMES
Cincinnati at Houston
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Chicago at New York (n)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (n)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (n)

ROOM AND BOARD
CO-OPS are a good place to eat this
summer. Board $11 per wk. Room
& board $17 per week. Join for 1 or
both terms. Conatact Intter-Cooper-
ative Council, 2546 SAB3. Call 668--
6872.E1
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE WANTED - To rent, near
Plymouth Rd. and Broadway, for one
car. Write Box 8, Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard StA CL
BARGAIN CORNER

E
12ven the pens work better at

a parking space considerably. .WYou can
slide into almost any shady spot. Like just
outside of English Lit. Hondas fit into slim budgets too.
Prices start about $215*. Gas goes farther, up to 200 mpg
on some models. And cutting your wheels in half does just
about the same thing for insurance costs. Or more.
This is the sporty Super 90 with its distinguished T-bone
frame. Tops 60 mph. Just one of the 15 Honda models that
make other campus transportation strictly for the birds.
See the Honda representative on your campus or write:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Department C1, 100
West Alondra Boulevard, rm 40

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
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White" and Colors--$5.98

11

MGB 1964
AM-FM radio. NO 5-4620.

-

BUY AND SELL THROUGH

MGB '63. Blue Roadster, wire wheels,
luggag~e rack, radio. 665-5620. N38

LEVI JACKETS

I-

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan