Saturday, May 25, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12-2:30
Allen faces pot charge
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-:
*4 igan Regents' bylaws .prohibit dis-
crinination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing. 764-7400.
SUMMER-Now to Aug. 20. 805 E.
Huron. 1 bdrm., furnished, air-cond.,
parking. $90/mo. 761-6866. C9
SECLUDED LAKE front 4 bdrm. cot-
tage. Fireplace. Summer by week,_
month and/or yearly. 25 min. from
Ann Arbor. Call NO 8-8201, C10.
WANTED--1 roommate preferably with
child to share apt. with mother and
child. 1024 Golden. 662-4953 after 5.
STUDENT Summer Rooms. $10.00 per
week. Elizabeth St. NO 5-9918 be-
tween 6 and 7. C8
1311 WILMOT - Newly carpeted and
furnished 1 bdrm. apt. for fall with
fireplace, modern kitchen, parking.
and laundry facilities. Days: 662-7787
Eves,: 761-1498, C37
FULLY FURNISHED 1 bdrm. apt. Very
spacious, air-cond. 8 mo. lease. Free
bus 'servioe to medical center and
central campus. Call afternoons and
eves. 769-2769. C51
FOUR-MAN, air-conditioned, furnished
apt for fall between campus and Uj
.I7ospitalt covered parking. NO 2-
* 7787, after 7 p.m. 761-1498. C3,
GRADS ONLY-July 1. Unfurnished 2
bdrm. with study, carpeted, walk-in
closets. air-cond., dishwasher, dis-
posal, pool, playground, children
welcome. 761-7600 9-5, 434-0359 after
SWIMMING and lots of fun. Desire
woman grad to share Pine Valley 2
bdrm. apt. with 1 grad. Bdrm. un-
furnished $86/mo., bdrm. furnished
95/mo. Call Barbara, 663-4664, 6-7
MALE GRAD seeks second to share
luxurious apt. (fall). Own room. 2
blocks from campus. Near Law and
Bus. schools. Phone 763-3001 after
7 p.m. C32
ROOM FOR MAN, in nice southeast
home. Call 663-8244 evenings or week-
1 1 1 1 S. State St.
(across from Yost Field House)
Ask our present tenants for references.
Also available bi-level 4-man, $45/man.
Call 761-5692 or i-864-3852
Modern 2 bedroom 4 man apartments_
* wall-to-wall carpeting
* separate itchen
* new furni hings
*all tile bath
0 laundry and parking facilities
337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves: 761-1498
OPEN FOR INSPECTION-Inquire at
101 N. Ingalls. Apt. 1-2 bdrm. fur-
nished, modern, for Aug. 20.
901 Oakland-1 bdrm. furnished or
unfurnished. June 1 or Aug. 20,
839 Tappan-2 bdrm., modern, for
3 or 4 people. 12 and 8 mo. leases.
Aug. 20 availability.
721 S. Forest-2 and 3 bdrm., fur-
nished, Aug. 21. Apply manager,
Call 761-5159 days, 665-2398 or
662-5469 eves. C2
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
FOR SUBLET June 22-Aug. 19. 2%
blocks from diag, new. 344 S. Divi-
sion, Apt. 207. $100 negotiable. Call
Dahlman or CR 8-5510 (Dearborn).
SUMMER June 15-Aug.-3 rm. upperC
flat, fully furn. Rent negotiable. 665-'
SUMMER SUBLET-3 bdrm. house 1
block from campus. One bathroom,
washing facilities, full basement,
large yard. Possible availability for
fall rental. Family or students. Call
NO 8-8201, U41
MODERN, 2 bdrm. apt., disposal, bal-
cony, parking. 761-9044. U42
CHEAP EFFICIENCY on campus for1
female. June-Aug. Call Ann Morton,
CHICAGO SUBLET-Lg. sunny apt., 2
bdrms., furnished. 3 blocks from U.
of C. campus. Call Chicago 493-6831,
SUMMER June 20-Aug. 25. 3 room apt.
near campus on E. University. $50/
mo. Call 761-2801 eves. U38
AVAILABLE June-Aug. Modern 4 man
apt.- Air-cond. Excellent location,
1320 S. University. 769-0438. U30
NOW. 1/3 of a 3 bdrm. house. Call
665-6405 after 6. U31
DO NOT SUBLET without reading
this. The living end: two man pad
with flelux oversized bedrooms.i
Planned for four. Huge living room
with wall to wall carpeting that
extends even into the john. Modern
kitchen, Available June 21-August
28. Close to campus. Everything
modern, eve njanitor. Lowest bid
takes this beauty. Call 761-7739 at
your convenience. UB
SUBLET-GIRL needed, in apt. I block
from campus. $40/mo. Air-cond.,
laundry, parking. Call Maggie, 764-
Rent-free summer living for coed in
residential area. Air-cond., etc. Must
have own transportation. Call Marcia.
NEEDED-1 man to fill 3 man apt, for
III-B term. $40/mo. Call 769-3528
or come to 727 E. Kingsley, No. 16.
COME LIVE with us. Own room if
preferred. Several openings. Rent
reasonable. We have friendl ypeople,
2 dogs, and a cat. Additional sr-;
prises. Call 665-2181 after 5, ask for
Muffy or Lee. U32
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY summer
sublet. 2 rm. suite. Furnished, on
campus. Rent negotiable. Call De-
troit 833-9725 eves persistently. U33
SUMMER SEMESTER SINGLE:
Air-cond., modern kitchen, laundry,
off street parking, 5 min. walk to
campus or hospitals. 769-2742. U34
1 MAN APT. near campus, immediate
occupancy, bathroom, kitchen, liv-
ing rm., private parking. Call 769-
1036 or 427-7996. U18
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
Air-cond., dishwasher, parking, stere,
TV. balcony, own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
4-MAN APT, available for sublet. $45
per than. Phone 761-7600. U48
SHEER INERTIA has prevented ue
from subletting our glorious 3-man,
3-bedroom apartment replete with
balcony, Shake us out of our reverie
by calling 769-1183 persistently. UC
FOR SALE: SPINET PIA NO
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, Ind-na - B30
'54 STAR TRAILER Coach 8'x45', 2
bdrm. $700. Phone 532-3611 12:00 to
ZEN Microbiotic Books and Foods.
Open 10-6. Your Health and Nutri-
tion, 52312 N. Ashley between Kings-
ley and Felc. B0
BIRD CAGE EXTRAORDINARY. 3'x3'x
5' w/BIRDS. 662-7113. BB
MUST SELL-N.Y.-London 6/27 and
London-N.Y. 8/23. 761-4897. B7
FURNITURE ETC. to sell cheap -
couches, chairs, banjo, pots, plants.
playboys, skis,670-15 tires, tape re-
corder, typewriter (office), tennis
racket, drapes, hairdryer, double bed,
desk, and more unique novelties from
garage to kitchen. Bargain, 116 N.
State, No. 2. 663-7188. BE
1966 FARFISH Combo compact organ.
Used but plays well. $175. Call 769-
3338 eves. B2
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TWO BEAUTIFUL KITTENS really
cute. Yours for the asking Call 663-
P PHOTO SUPPLIES
FUJICA 32 Single 8 (better than sup-
er). Three months old, used for less
than 1200 feet. 3-1 zoom, film re-
wind so you can lap dissolve on the
film, electric eye, automatic or
manual, variable shutter. $100 com-
plete. Also, three month-old Vernon
808 Super Editor. Call Dan Okrent,
764-0562 weekdays. DA
NIKON "F" Pody 'only for ......$125
NIKON "Photomatic 'F',,
MINOLTA SRT 101 F1.4 case ....$185
PENTAX Spotmatic F1.4 case ....$189
PENTAX H2 with auto F2.0 ......$ 75
EXAKTA VXIIA case only ........ $ 65
4XS Pacemaker speed graphic ... $ 89
ROLLEFLEX F3.52 less M.X. . $ 85
YASHICAMAT LM with case ......$ 45
LEICA IIIF with elmarlens ......$ 75
BELEAGUERED DAD needs live-in
baby sitter to help with care of two
lovely, lively pre-schoolers. Room,
meals, stipend. Now to mid-August.
Call 761-2023 persistently.
CLERK TYPIST. Exceptional oppor-
tunity for responsible person in our
Ann Arbor research library. Duties
involve typing and filing of catalog
cards, preparing books for circula-
tion, and some secretarial duties.
Ideal for person who enjoys accuracy
& detail. Excellent salary, fringe bene-
fits and wQrking conditions. If in-
terested call Mr. D. C. Misner, Parke
Davis and Co., 2800 Plymouth Rd.,
Ann Arbor, Mich. 663-7583, Ext. 282.
EXECUTIVE Director for United Fund
Agency. Degree and experience in
psychology, social work, education or
related fields. Starting $10,000. Phone
482-0820 for information. H14
YOUNG LADY for full-time office and
young man for full-time selling
positions. Would like to work at
least through January, 1969. Immed-
iate openings. Apply in person only.
Daniel's Jewelry Company, Main and
Washington, downtown Ann Arbor.
Full time, take charge of preventive
dentistry program.Office locatedat
Beech Daily and Schoolcraft in Red-
ford. Call KE 5-1198. H16
WANTED-Student wife living near
North Campus. Notprevious training
needed-to read tracks in nuclear
photograph emulsions with micro-
scope. $1.82 per hour to start. Con-
tact Personnel Office, 1020 Admin-
istration Bldg. Phone 764-7280. H31
Skilled employment treat. Great op-
portunity. 761-4510. H20
Begin today. 761-4510
BABYSITTER NEEDED - 1 child, my
home, 9-5 M-F. Call 662-8232 after
9 p.m. H13
TYPING of all descriptions, expertly
done at home on electric typewriter.
TYPING-Papers, theses. 761-7748. Ji
DAILY SENIOR EDITOR finds un-
employment unprofitable. Craves a
writing job, but would accept almost
anything sedentary. Contact Water
Shapiro, 761-7060, 764-0562 or 420
L'ECOLE de CHARME
The school of charm teaches girls and
women new techniques. Professional
instructors are forming new classes
now. 761-4510. J50
TYPING in my home. Theses, term
papers. 662-1863. 348
DON'T TSK IT .
Typing-theses and term papers our
specialty; IBM typewriters; executive
type and justified copy available.
Transcription - Medical, technical,
Printing - Mimeograph, offset,
Composition and Art Work
Stuffing, mailing and addressing
(Pick-up and delivery)
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We supply 20 Wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service only 6c per page
(stored in office safe for complete
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
Be per page.7S.-Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 76-0560. JJ
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BULTACO, Matador, 250cc. Excellent
cond., perfect for the enthusiast.
Reason for sale: poverty. Call Vic,
"CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN"
SAVE $1200 ON THE
GROUP PURCHASE OF 12
Offer ends June 14, 1968.
'HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
166 SUZUKI 80. Excellent condition,
no repairs needed, 761-2795 or 769-
SUZUKI - 1967 X-6 Hustler. Super
clean, super fast. Call Bruce at 761-
TRIUMPH 500cc. '66, with FAIRING.
HONDA S90. $150. Call 663-7403. Z43
1966 HONDA CB160. Excellent cond.
3500 miles. Best offer around $300.
769-0927 or 1-646-3947. Z35
HONDA C.B. 160, 1966. Must sell. Best
offer takes It away. Cali 769-0927. Zi9
'66 HONDA S50. Excellent running
condition. 761-8194. Z29
BSA MARK TI. 668-8517. Z30
'66 HONDA 160. First $275 takes. Call
Terry 769-4640 or 663-3379. Z39
ITALIAN MOTORCYCLE (Brevattati)
4 cycle 106cc. 9 h.p. good cond. 2300
mi. 10 mo. old. $225. 761-4620 eves.
HONDA 305cc Super Hawk. Racing parts
plus spares. 971-2885 before 3:00
weekdays or anytime Sat. and Sun. Z
LOS ANGELES t) - UCLA
basketball star Lucius Allen was
arrested Thursday night on a
charge of possession of marijuana,
and later the university said he
had previously joined the National
G u a r d and withdrawn from
Allen, 20, guard on the Bruin's
national championship basketball
team, was arrested with four
friends when police detected the
odor of marijuana after halting
their speeding car in an alley in
central Los Angeles.
A UCLA spokesman said Allen
was going on active duty with the
National Guard within a week.
"We just found out about this,"
the spokesman said. "We are defi-
nitely not counting on him to play
for us next year."
SAE stages rally, lists prizes
A sports car rally will be held
tomorrow by the student branch
of the Society of Automotive En-
Doug Orrin, chairman of the
group, made the announcement
yesterday and revealed that an
unprecedented treasury of prizes
would be given to successfu
Heading up the list of awards
will be the newly-donated Ameri
Minnesota was officially de-
clared the winner of the 1968
Big Ten outdoor track cham-
pionship late la t night. Mich-
igan had registered a protest
over the results of the 220-
yard dash at the meet, but the
Games Committee threw it out
after examining films of the
event, giving the Wolverines
second, place, 50 to 49.
"We've got lots more, too,"
Orrin expounds. "The prizes have
a total value of almost 1000 dol-
lars-ten cases of oil, 24 trophies,
shock absorbers, car models, flash-
lights, tire gauges, racing jackets
-everybody that enters will prob-
ably win something."
The starting point will bp at the
Auto Lab on North Campus.
"It's a great opportunity for
people who have never seen a
rally," concludes Orrin. "We hope
everybody with a car that will
run comes out."
It was one year to the day that
Allen was arrested at his West
Los Angeles apartment and
charged with possession of mari-
juana, a charge which was later
Booked with Allen were Melande
it The cost to entrants is a mod-
est three dollars if a member of
s the Society, or four if not a
member. This includes a picnic
supper at the rally's conclusion.
Competition in the event will
be divided into two classes, for
both beginners and experienced
rally teams. The course is special-
ly laid out for inexperienced driv-
ers, and complete instructions and
explanatory material will be
available at the start.
Registration, for the all-day
event will begin at 11:00 a.m. with
a drivers' meeting scheduled for
noon. The first car will be sent
out at 12:30.
The rally itself is expected to
Martin, Alla L. Bulien, Bonnie
Jean Goss and John Woodlery.
Police said all were UCLA stu-
dents in their early 20s. Allen is
On May 23, 1967, Allen was ar-
rested when police said they found
marijuana in a car owned by
Allen. He was later released on
$1,100 bail and the charge. was
dropped after a closed hearing in
When Allen was arrested last
year, Coach John Wooden took no
immediate action, saying it still
was the off-season.
"If he had been arrested during
the season," Wooden said last
year, "I would have taken im-
mediate action. But because we're
in the off-season, we'll have to
Allen was second high scorer
for the Bruins in his sophomore
season as the Bruins won the na-
This year, when UCLA won its
second straight title and fourth in
five years, Allen, a junior, was
named a second-team All-Ameri-
can and was named to the NCAA
All-Tournament team in this
He was expected to be the only
experienced guard on next year's
Bruin team. Heading the re-
turnees, however, is Lew Alcindor,
the 7-foot-1%2 super-center.
can Motors Trophy, a magnifi- last about two and a half hours,
cently gilded trinket which will be and the picnic supper will begin
engraved with the names of the as soon as cars complete the
driver and navigator of the win- course.
ning car and displayed in the Of special interest will be the
Engineering School lounge. computerized computation of re-
Other prizes will include two sults, through the Comshare sys-
sets of B. F. Goodrich tires, one tem. The Society hopes to have
set for the winning car in each all results on paper by six, with
of two divisions, and two BFG the award ceremonies following
"Space-Saver Spares." immediately.
Pro gridders owners meet;
,major disagreements arise
PS Office: 545 Church
2 Ierooms /C1 i
FURNISHED 2 RM. Efficiency . Apt
Available June 1. Close to campus.
APARTMENTS FOR FALL
For 2-6 people. Call Summit Associates
4 mnan on the right side of campus.
cony, 2 baths. Very large and sound
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 Wall Street
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST APARTMENT
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
Under cover parking
1 and 2 Bedroom
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
NEW YORK () - Profits are
down and salaries are up, the
National Football League club-
owners have told their players
who want more money and im-
The owners held a press con-
ference yesterday in answer to
statements by the NFL Players
Association that they had re-
fused to budge on the Associa-
Theodore Kheel, New York at-
torney and labor mediator, who is
counsel for the owners, said anI
unaudited statement of NLF in-
TORONTO (,P) - The goal-
hungry Toronto Maple Leafs add-
ed more age to their already an-
cient but efficient defense corps
Thursday by obtaining veteran
all-star Pierre Pilote from the,
Chicago Black Hawks in a sur-
prising National Hockey League
To obtain the 36-year-old Pilote,I
Toronto gave up right wing Jim
Pappin, 28, who has played with
the Leafs for parts of five sea-
sons and was one of the stars of
their 1967 Stanley Cup victory.
come showed a drop in average,
before tax-income, from $827,159
in 1966 to $635,125 in 1967.
Kheel said that the average
player payroll had risen from $1,-
161,875 to $1,373,801 in the same
period. Kheel said the owners
would agree to an audit of the
records by an reputable firm. The
players said Thursday they waI t-
ed such an audit.
Kheel said the average player
income in the NFL was $25,000,
including pension benefits and
pre-season pay, and actual salary
Kheel said the owners had
agreed to increase the minimum
salary to $10,000 and to hold an
All-Star game with the American
Football League for the benefit
of the pension plan as soon as
possible, but not next season.
The owners refused, however,
to grant the Players Association
request for $500 payment for play
in exhibition games. Kheel said
each player's contract was for the
whole season, including preseason
The owners also denied the
Players Association's statement
that there was a lockout against
Arthur Modell, owner of the
Cleveland Browns, said, "In fact,
one club has most of its players
signed. There is definitely no
policy against signing players."
All for nought?
WOLVERINE PITCHER Jack hurley fires it home in the first
game of a double-header with Purdue last' weekend. Hurley and
his teammates were scheduled for a four-game road trip this
weekend, but were rained out of yesterday's twin bill against
Minnesota. If the games are not rescheduled, Michigan is mathe-
matically eliminated ,from a chance at the Sig Ten crown.
G lints rip Chieagfo,4-
CAMPUS, 1OSPITAL-Rooms for men
and women. 'Reduced. Panelled, car-
peted, attractively decorated and
furnished. House refrigerators and
phone. Lease through June, Aug.or
longer, 665-0925 or 662-7992. C41
CAMPUS-LARGE PANELLED 2 ROOM
SUITE. Very attractively furnished
and decorated. $90/mo. Lease thru
June, Aug., or longer. 662-7993 or
665-0925 or 769-0621. 048
ATTRACTIVE, 1 bdrm., quiet neigh-
borhood, near campus. Young couple
preferred, no children. $135. 761-
FURNISHED STUDIO Apt. for mature
female grad student. Available im-
mediately, $80. 769-4765. U20
CHICAGO -Juan Marichal be-
came major leagues' first seven
game winner yesterday, pitching
first-place San Francisco to a
4-2-victory over the Chicago Cubs.
Marichal, who escaped two late
inning Chicago uprisings, allowed
nine hits-seven in the seventh
and eighth innings-and boosted
his record to 7-2 as the Giants
raced to their fourth straight vic-
Willie Mays' first-inning single,
knocking in San Francisco's first
run, moved him into fourth place
in the all-time total base list. He
added a ninth-inning single for
5,103. He replaced Tris Speaker.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)
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LEVI'S FOR GALS!
NEW STYLES AND
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SUPER SLIM DEM INS $5.50
WHITE LEVI'S $4.98
4 Colors and Pure White
WOOL CPO SH IRTS
Plaid and Solid Colors
DAILY SENIOR EDITOR seeking sum-
mer job in Ann Arbor area. Would
prefer writing in some capacity, but
realistic enough to accept almost
anything. Excellent clerical skills.
Contact Walter Shapiro, 761-7060,
764-0562 or 420 Maynard. MB
IF. YOU. SEE. KAY. Mention we're
interested. By appointment only.
Find us in Summer Sublet. The long
hot summer, F.U.R.O.K. M41
Group and private lessons by quali-
fied instructor through the univer-
sity. Call 769-5013 or 763-0163. M40
10c PER COPY-Photos of Everything
Including Book Pages, free parking
while waiting. 400 S. Dvision (cor-
ner of Williams). NO 5-4467. J49
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
BELEAGUERED DAD needs live-in
baby sitter to help with care of two E
lovely, lively pre-schoolers. Room,
meals, stipend. Nowto mid-August.
Call 761-2023 persistently.
ANN ARBOR'S BEST BUY on a dia-
mond engagement ring. Check it!
Austin Diamond, 1209 n. University.
EUROPE. Join groovy Mediterranean
cruise on privat~e yacht (incluingi
Russia, Middle East). Call Yob Grant
(213) 464-5161 or write Suite 414,
6290 Sunset, Hollywood, Calif. 90028.
We will display and sell your paint-
ings, etc., for you. Sometimes we
204 N. 4th Ave.
DAILY SENIOR EDITOR ready to sellr
out to highest bidder. Desiring to
put spare words to work for almost
every purpose. But likely to accept
almost anything. Contact Walter
Shapiro, 761-7060, 764-0562 or 420f
LAP - Let's just stop this fooling
around and get well!-SEL. FB
PARTY AT HANK'S Saturday night.
All friends call 761-8438. FF
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
instead, and save hours and hours
of copying by hand. Only 8c per
page. S. Univ. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. F17
ANYONE INTERESTED in playing re-
corder duets, trios, etc., a few hours
per week call Don Fine, 769-4249. F28
TRY OUR SAUNA-Private and com-
munity rooms. Basic membership $5.
Ann Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. F
Thank you very much.
Your Love, Lovely. FE
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only 8c
per copy during business hours, or
only 6c per copy on overnight serv-
ice. S. Univ. right next to U. Towers.
THREE beautiful coeds need money
desperately. (Take that leer off your
face-we're not that desperate!) We'll
do cleaning, cooking, laundry and
gardening. Call 769-3119. FB
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE.
665-8871 (24 hours). F
San Francisco 4, Chicago-2
Los Angeles 9, Houston 7, 10 innings
New York 5, Atlanta 4,
iPttsburgh 8, Cincinnati 5
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 1
San Francisco at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis, night
New York at Atlanta, night
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, night
Los Angeles at Houston, night
San Francisco at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis
New York at Atlanta
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at Houston
New York 1, Chicago 0, 13 innings
Baltimore 3, Washington 2
Boston 9, Minnesota 7
Detroit at Oadorand, inc.
Cleveland at ,alifornia, inc.
Boston at Minnesota
Chicago at New'"York -
Washington at Baltimore, night
Cleveland at California, night
Detroit at Oakland, night
Detroit at Oakland
Cleveland at Caiiofrnia
Boston at Minnesota
Washington at Baltimore
Chicago at New York, 2
W L Pet.
xDetroit 23 14 .622
xCleveland 22 16 .568
Baltimore 21 17 .553
Minnesota 20 18 .526
Boston 20 1$ .526
xCalifornia 18 21 .462
Chicago 16 20 .444
xOakland 17 21 .447
New York 17 22 .436
Washington 16 23 .411
x--Late game not included
1963 OLDS 88 sedan. Good cond. One
owner, new tires, battery, exhaust
muffler. Call 668-9059. Nf5
1967 DATSUN Roadster convertible.
$1825., Call 769-0107. N5
PORSCHE '66. 911, fully equipped. New
tires and new clutch. 3500 miles.
Accept any reasonable offer. Berke-
ley, Mich. 1-398-2143. N13
IQAA-rPTTUTN n ..irpTighthbi
RIDE NEEDED to Cleveland 5/29 after
noon or 5:30. Also for return trip
6/2. Will share costs. Call Marcy,
.RIDE OR RIDERS wanted N.Y.C.
vicinity. Leave May 24-28. Return
flexible. Call D. L., 662-0348 until 5.
WANTED-Female rider to 49th State;
leaving mid-August. Qualifications-