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Tuesday, May 28, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

For Direct Classitied Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

Retiring Crisler honored with
resolution by Michigan House

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MISCELLANEOUS
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
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-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
AKO NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND pups.
beautifuliy marked. excellent with
children and for hunting. Call HU
3-5973 after Noon.

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
HELP WANTED
BELEAGUERED DAD needs live-in
baby sitter to help with care of two
lovely, lively pre-schoolers. Room,
meals,stipend. Now tomid-August.
((Call 764-8585 afternoons.
I VTJM ATAM 1iva-+aAWltfbeU u yi UWiS.rl

I

Additional costs per day ofter six days.
Ads that are of 1 t2, 2112, 31/2, etc. inch size will
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

be billed at the

FOR RENT
2' BDRM. furnished apt. $120/mo.
Available June 1. 1015 Church. Dan
Harrison, 761-9364 after 4.30 p.m. C12
SECLUDED LAKE front 4 bdrm, cot-
tage.UFireplace, Summer by week,
month and/or yearly. 25 min. from
Ann Arbor. Call NO 8-8201. C10
WANTED-1 roomrhate preferably with
child to share apt. with mother and
child. 1424 Golden. 662-4953 after 5.
C6
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. Fiee
bus service to medical center and
central campus. Call afternoons and
eves. 769-2769. C5
FOUR-MAN, air-conditioned, furnished
apt. for fall between campus and U
Hospital, 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
6:30. C38
1335EGEDDES
FALL OCCUPANCYf
Modern 2 bedroom 4 man apartments
with:
* air-conditioning
0 wall-to-wall carpeting
* separate kitchen
0 new furnishings
* all tile bath
* storage lockers
* laundry and parking facilities
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT,
INC.

FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE, 1 bdrm., quiet neigh-
borhood, near campus, Young couple
pg~ferred, no children. $135. 761-
727. C33
FURNISHED STUDIO Apt. for mature
female grad student. Available im-
mediately. $80. 769-4765. U20
MALE GRAD seeks second to share
luxurious apt. (fall). Own room. 3
blocks from campus. Near Law and
Bus.kschools. Phone 763-3901 after
7 p.m. C32
SWIMMING and lots of fun. Desire
woman grad to share Pine Valley 2
bdrmi. apt. with 1 grad. Bdrm. un-
furnished $86/mo., bdrm. furnished
$95/mo. Call Barbara, 663-46,64, 6-7
p.m. 01

337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves: 761-1498
C71
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-I
nished, Aug. 21. Apply manager,
Apt. 102.
Call 761-5159 days, 665-2398 or
662-5469 eves. C2
Dial-Apartment
761-8786
C4
CAMPUS-FALL-CAMPUS
2 bedrooms
1 bedroom
Efficiency
Furnished-Large--New
NO 8-6906 761-2943
! C4
FURNISHED 2 RM. Efficiency . Apt
Available June 1. Close to campus.
665-8321. C43
APARTMENTS FOR FALL E
For 2-6 people. Call Summit Associates1
761-8055 C43
CAMPUS, HOSPITAL-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. 662-7992 or
665-0925 or 769-0621. C48
BARGAIN CORNER
SamsS'toreU
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For GALS and GUYS
-JUST ARRIVED-
LEVI'S FOR GALS!
* NEWSTYLES AND
COLORS GALORE!
BUTTON FLY LEVI'S $5.29
(Guaranteed to shrink)
SUPER SLIM DEMINS $5.50
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
$6.98
WHITE LEVI'S $4.98
4 Colors and Pure White
WOOL CPO SHIRTS
Dl-;A " Ci; r _n

State Street
Manor 3
1 11 S. State St.
(acroas from -Yost Field House)
- Modern, Furnished
2-3-4 Man
Air-Conditioned
Newly Furnished
Balconies
Ample Parking j
Garbage Disposals
--Low Rent-
Owner operated
Ask our present tenants for references.
Also available bi-level 4-man, $45/man.
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
C53
THE BEST
CAMPUS
A PTS.
FALL 1968
NEW, URNISHED,
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
STUDENT APARTMENTS
DAH LMAN N
APARTMENTS'
Office: 545 Church
761-7600 days

WA TD ORETYOUNG MAN wanted for yard work
RNT and odd jobs.-About 4 hours weekly,
SENIOR DESIRES single room and ^T Call 663-8244 evenings and weekends,
bath with cooking facilities for Fall MOTHER'S HELPER at Lake Michigan
term 1968. Located within 30 min- resort. Family with 3 children ages
ute walk from central campus. Reply 9, 6, and 2 seek young woman with
by COLLECT call to 412-372-4420 or an interest in children and in sum-
write to E. Belkin, 1186 St. Vincent mer sports, especially swimming and
Dr., Monroeville, Pa. 15146. L24 sailing, to accompany them to Har-
bor Springs, Mich. for July and most
SUMMER SUBLET of Aug. Must have driver's license.
Extremely pleasant surroundings, own
III-B, midway between Hill and cam- room and bath. $50/wk. Call 662-
pus. Modern 4 man. 2 air lcond., bi- 55.H24
level. Call Carolyn, 769-1145.U18 CLERK TYPIST. Exceptional oppor-
KEEP YOUR COOL in our mod period, tunity for responsible person in our
air-cond. (free), spacious 2 bdrm., 4- Ann Arbor research library. Duties
man, sun-deck,freerprkg., near involve typing and filingfof catalog
Union. Many extras. Price is sacrifice cards, preparing' books for circula-
at $140/mo., July-August (negoti- tion, and some secretarial duties.
able). Call Diane (761-8347) or Sue Ideal for person who enjoys accuracy
(453-8055-local), eves., only. UE & detail. Excellent salary, fringe bep~e-
_4____ -__a__ ___s., ____y. fits and working conditions. If In-
FOR SUBLET June 22-Aug. 19. 2% terested call Mr. D. C. Misner, Parke
blocks from diag, new. 344 S. DivI- Davis and Co.. 2800 Plymouth Rd.,
sion, Apt. 207. $100 negotiable. Call Ann Arbor, Mich. 663-7583, Ext. 282.
Dahlman or CR 8-5510 (Dearborn). H23
EXECUTIVE Director for United Fund
SUMMER June 15-Aug.-3 rm. upper Agency. Degree and experience in
flat, fully furn. Rent negotiable. 665- psychology, social work, education or
7327. . U40 related fields. Starting $10,000. Phone
482-0820 for information. H14
SUMMER SUBLET-3 bdrm. house 1
block from campus. One bathroom, YOUNG LADY for full-time office and
washing facilities, full basement, young man for full-time selling
large yard, Possible availability for positions. Would like to work at
fall rental. Family or students. Call least through January, 1969. Immed-
NO 8-8201. U41 late openings. Apply in person only.
. .-Daniel's Jewelry Company, Main and
MODERN, 2 bdrm. apt., disposal, bal- Washington, downtown Ann Arbor.
cony, parking. 761-9044. U42 H22
CHEAP EFFICIENCY on campus for HYGENIST
female. June-Aug. Call Ann Morton, Full time, take charge of preventive
668-6806. U36 dentistry program. Office located at
- -~- Beech Daily and Schoolcraft in Red-
SUMMER June 20-Aug. 25. 3 room apt. ford. Call KE 5-1198. H16
near campus on E. University. $50! -- --
mo. Call 761-2801 eves. U38_ _ RECRUITER
AVAILABLE June-Aug. Modern 4 man Skilled employment treat. Great op-
apt. Air-cond. Excellent location. portunity. 761-4510, H20
1320 S. University. 769-0438. U30
PROFESSIONAL MODEL
DO NOT SUBLET without reading Instructors, models.
this. The living end: two man pad Begin today. 761-4510
with delux oversized bedrooms. H18{
Planned for four. Huge living room _- -- - - -
with wall to wall carpeting that BUSINESS SERVICES
extends even into the john. Modern
kitchen. Available June 21-August TYPING-Thetc 761-4569
28. Close to campus. EverythingTeses, papers, et.7-4
modern, eve njanitor. Lowest bid J3
takes this beauty. Call 761-7739 at TYPING-Papers, theses. 761-7748. J1
your c9nvenience. UB
NEEDED- mntDAILY SENIOR EDITOR finds un-
NEEDED-I man to fill 3 man apt. for employment unprofitable. Craves a
II-B term. E40/mo. Cail 769-3528 writing job, but would accept almost
or come to 727 E. Kingsley, No. 16. anything sedentary. Contact Walter
U17 Shapiro, 761-7060, 764-0562 or 420
- ------~ May'nard.' JB
COME WLIVE wvith us. Own room if Ma__nard____
preferred. Several openings. Rent L'ECOLE de CHARME
reasonable. We haveVriendl ypeople, The school of charm teaches girls and
2 dogs, and a cat. Additional sur- women new techniques. Professional
prises. -Call 665-2181 after 5, ask for instructors are forming new classes
Muffy or Lee. U32 now. 761-4510. J50
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY summer TYPING in my home. Theses, term
sublet. 2 rm. suito. Furnished, on papers. 662-1863. J48
campus. Rent negotiable. Call De-
troit 833-9725 eves persistently. U33_
SUMMER SEMESTER SINGLE:'DON'T TSK IT
Air-cond., modern kitchen, laundry, I -
off street parking, 5 min. walk to
campus or hospitals. 769-2742. U34 TASK IT
1 MAN APT. near campus, immediate
occupancy, bathroom, kitchen, liv- Typing-theses and term papers our
ing rm., private parking. Call 769- specialty; IBM typewriters; executive
1036 or 427-7996. U18' type and justified copy available.
---------- ----DE.t--s-are-4~~~~~ Transcription - Medical, technical,
1"OR 2 MEN NEEnED to share 4 man. business, conferences
Air-cond., dishwasher, parking, stereo, Printing - Mimeograph, offset,
TV, balcony, own bdrm. 1 block from Photocoing.
Cheap. 769-1608. U2' Composition and Art Work
4-MAN APT, available for sublet. $45 Stuffing, mailing and addressing
per man. Phone 761-7600. U48 Resumes
Telehone answering

11
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA C.B. 160, 1966. Must sell. Best
offer takes it away. Call 769-0927. Z19
'66 HONDA S50. Excellent running
condition. 761-8194. Z29
BSA MARK II. 668-8517. Z30
'66 HONDA 160. First-$275takes. Call
Terry 769-4640 or 663-3379. Z39
HONDA 305cc Super Hawk. Racing parts
plus spares. 971-2885 before 3:00
weekdays or anytime Sat. and Sun. Z
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
AMPEG B18N-amplifier. Gibson EB-
0-bass. Asking $450. 662-2331. X48
BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
x
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO'
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Custom and personally
made instruments, electric, acoustic.
209 S. State. 665-8001. X
PERSONAL
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 764-8585 afternoons.
EUROPE. Join groovy Mediterranean
cruise on private yacht (including
Russia, Middle East). Call Bob Grant
(213) 464-5161 or write Suite 414,
6290 Sunset, Hollywood, Calif. 90028.
F28
IF YOU are a gambler, go ahead and
choose her diamond anywhere, But
if you don't like to take chances,
select her diamond at Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. F
MICHIGAN ARTISTS
We will display and sell your paint-
ings, etc., for you. Sometimes we
buy.
The Attic
204 V. 4th Ave.
Ann Arbor
761-8550
F31
DAILY SENIOR EDITOR ready to sell'
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 420
Maynard. FB
LAP - Let's just stop this fooling
around and get well!-SEL.' FB
ORGANIST WANTED for rock band.
Also topless female lead singer. No
"experience" necessary. 769-3047. F27

CHI TOQWN SHAKEUP:
B3ears' Halas steps,~ down
CHICAGO (R) - George S.
Halas, 73, last of the National
Football League's founding fath-
ers, retired yesterday as head
football coach of the Chicago
Bears - apparently for keeps.
Halas, who organized the Bears
as the Decatur, Ill., Staleys in
1920, said at a surprising news
conference that his successor,
presumably top assistant, 38-year-
old Jim Dooley, will be named to-
day..
Dooley, earlier this year named
head offensive coach, retired asaB e d 1 6 n s e
a Bear end in 1982 and has been
regarded Halas' chief aide since
George Allen left the Bears two
years ago to become head coach
of the Los Angeles Rams.
BULLETIN
CHICAGO (IP)-Montreal and
San Diego were awarded Na-
tional League baseball fran-
chises last night at the cost of
$1 million each, effective for
the 1969 season.

State Representative Raymond J. Smit (R-Ann
Arbor) yesterday presented a Michigan House\of
Representatives Concurrent Resolution (HCR
281) of tribute to retiring Michigan Athletic Di-
rector, Fritz Crisler. The resolution congratulates
Crisler "on a lifetime devoted to excellence and
sportsmanship."
"I can think of no one more deserving of trib-
ute than H. O. "Fritz" Crisler," Smit said. "He
has been an inspiration for youth, and a super
salesman of this outstanding University for 27
years as Athletic Director. As a Michigan alumni,
I am extremely pleased to be able to bestow this
tribute from the Legislature on a great man."
The text of the resolution follows:
A concurrent resolution in tribute to H. O.
"Fritz" Crisler upon his retirement as University
of Michigan's Athletic Director.
WHEREAS, H. O. "Fritz" Crisler, U of M's Mr.
Football and Mr. Sports will retire this year from
his position as Athletic Director and his presence
will be sorely missed; and
WHEREAS, "Fritz" Crisler, since his letterman
days in three sports at the University of Chicago
(Football, Basketball and Baseball) has 'sought
and attained an enviable high level of excellence
in sports having served as head football, coach at
The University of Michigan for ten years and as
Athletic Director at that same University for the
past 27 years compiling an enviable record. At
The University of Michigan his teams over the 10
years' span of his coaching won 71 games, lost 16,
and tied 3, which is an all-time Big Ten 'record
for that span of years; and,
WHEREAS, "Fritz" Crisler has never had a

STROBE LIGHTS-761-0195

FI

PARTICIPATE in the Poor People's
March in Washington over Memorial
Day weekend. Students needed for
Memorial Day march and to work in
Washington beyond the weekend if
possible. If you are interested in
making the trip, call 761-8943 or 769-
4739. Cars and drivers urgently need-
ed! l'A
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.yUniv. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. F17

losing season in all his years 9f coaching; at the
University of Minnesota, Princeton or the Uni-
versity of Michigan; his total score during his
coaching career being 116 wins, 32 losses and 5
ties and his teams have won Big Ten Football
Championships twice, finished second six times
and finished third two times and at the Univer-
sity of Michigan as Athletic Director, all his
teams, representing ten sports have won 89 Big
Ten Championships and he has constructed or
renovated 11 athletic facilities; and
WHEREAS, "Fritz" Crisler has further served
the National Football Rules Committee as its
Chairman from 1950 through 1958 and as its
Acting Chairman for the.years 1958, 1962 and
1967 during which time he was responsible for
the institution of the two-point extra point; his
prowess was recognized by having been named
Coach of the Year for 1947-1948 and 'having been
elected to both the National and State of Michi-
gan Sports Halls of Fame; now therefore be it
RESOLVED by the House of 'Representatives
(the Senate concurring), That the Michigan Leg-
islature by these presents does extend its fond
felicitations to H. O. "'Fritz" Crisler on the oc-
casion of his retirement as Athletic Director of
the University of Michigan congratulating him
on a lifetime devoted to excellence and sports-
manship and extending its best wishes for a long
and enjoyable, well-earned respite from the rigors
of his profession; and be it further
RESOLVED, That a copy of this resolution be
presented to H. O. "Fritz" Crisler as evidence of
the esteem of the Michigan Legislature.

ANYONE INTERESTED in playing re- Dooley succeeded Allen as de-
corder duets, trios, etc., a few hours fensive coach in 1966 and last
per week call Don Fine, 769-4249. F28
season introduced the highly-ef-
TRY OUR SAUNA-Private and com- fective Dooley shift, employing a
munity rooms. Basic membership $5. fifth defensive back instead of a
Ann Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. F linebacker on passing situations.
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop- Halas, who "retired" a dozen
les? Why ruin your papers with years ago, but only for the 1956
smudges? Why not? Because you can frethe 15
now Xerox your original at only 8c and 1957 seasons - apparently to
per copy during business hours, or give old friend Paddy Driscoll a
only 6c per copy on overnight serv- moment in the NFL sun - blend-
ice. S. Univ. right next to U. Towers. m th NFLsn - bn-
769-0560. 8 ed humor with admission to in-
AK UP '-'ERI He yr p e firmities in his retirement an-
WAKE-PP SERVICE-Have your phone nouncemnent.
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE He would have liked directing
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.; the Bears until 1969, the club's
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE.
665-8871 (24 hours)w golden jubilee year, Halas said, so
- -ON RSayhe could round out 50 years as
BLOOD DONORS player, coach and owner.

-Associated Pre _
George S. Halas
Gohers double up MSU,
take"'league ditamontil

C2

Near Hospital
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 Wall Street
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST APARTMENT
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
Under cover parking
Air-conditioned
Garbage Disposals
Laundry Facilities
Dishwasher
WELL FURNISHED
Carpeted Kitchen
1 and 2 Bedroom
Must see

SHEER INERTIA has prevented us
from subletting our glorious 3-man
3-bedroom apartment replete with
balcony. Shake us out of our reverie
b calling 769-1183 persistently. UC
Summer Sublet
Call
Summit Associates
761-8055
U22
FOR SALE
ALL MY FURNITURE - Cheap! all
434-0327. B12
'54 STAR TRAILER Coach 8'x45', 2
bdrm. $700. Phone 532-3611 12:00 to
6:00. B11
ZEN Microbiotic Books and Foods.
Open 10-6. Your Health and Nutri-
tion,a523% N. Ashley between Kings-
ley and Felch. B10
BIRD CAGE EXTRAORDINARY. 3'x3'x
5' w/BIRDS. 662-7113. BB
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
4 TWO BEAUTIFUL KITTENS really
cute. Yours for the asking. Call 663-
0653. Ti
PHOTO SUPPLIES

Marilyn L. Keith, Director

PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 6c on over-
night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox 2400 duplicator.
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
8c per page. S. Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 769-0560. JJ
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BMW 1965 R-50. Touring tank and
saddle. Excellent cond. Call Jeff, 769-
4213. Z19
BULTACO, Matador, 250cc. Excellent
cond., perfect for the enthusiast.
Reason for sale: poverty. Call Vic,
662-5740. Z16
"CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN"
SAVE $1200 ON THE
GROUP PURCHASE OF 12
DUCATI 160'ยง.
Offer ends June 14, 1968.
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt
971-4500
Z17
TRIUMPH 500cc. '66, with FAIRING.
662-7113. ZB,
HONDA '890. $150. Call 663-7403. Z43
1966 HONDA CB160. Excellent cond.
3500 miles. Best offer around $300.
769-0927 or 1-646-3947. Z35

(Pick-up and deliveryo)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495

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URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.,
9-4; Wed., 1-7, 18-21 years old need
parent's permission.
483-1894
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blood Center
I'M TRYING to get information or
sports car. clubs, rallys, etc. in this
area. If you've got any leads or other
useful info, please contact Tom Copi
at the Daily: 761-0552/764-0561. FC
USED CARS
MG MIDGET 1963. Black with re-
cently rebuilt engine. $700 includes
FM radio, snow tires, new top. Call
Sue, 662-0804 after 6 p.m. N16
1966 GHIA VW. 15,000 miles. Excellent
cond. 761-6856. N17
1963 OLDS 88 sedan, Good cond. One
owner, new tires, battery, exhaust
muffler. Call 668-9059. N15
1967 DATSUN Roadster convertible.
$1825. Call 769-0107. N5
1964 TRIUMPH Spitfire. Light blue.
Excellent running condition. $625.
761-3894. N14
ALFA ROMEO Giulietta T.T 1962 4-
door. Mechanically excellent, body
good. 764-0182 or 761-8640. Nil
1966 PONT. G.T.O. Midnight blue.
Excellent condition. No rust. .4-
speed tn-power. Must see. 769-2338.
N10
TRANSPORTATION
.RIDE NEEDED to Cleveland 5/29 after
noon or 5:30. Also for return trip
6/2, Will share costs. Call Marcy,
761-7775. G14
WANTED-Female rider to 49th State;
leaving mid-August. Qualifications-
the usual. Send sugar cube and
chromosome smear to Bill 'Foster,
"Fun Acres," Alanson, Michigan. GD

However, the fabled coach who
brought pro football out of the
backwoods in 1925 by hiring Il-
linois' famous Galloping Ghost,
Red Grange, off the Illini cam-
pus, conceded:
"Looking at the practical reali-
ties, I am stepping aside now be-
cause I can no longer keep up
with the physical demands of
coaching the team on Sunday
afternoons."
A painful arthritic hip condi-
tion, Halas said, "has progressed
to the point where I simply can-
not move about quickly enough
on the sidelines."
Halas, long a familiar sideline
figure yanking his fedora down
over his ears in scolding pursuit of
game officials, said he no longer
could follow the ball, "and the of-
ficials," up and down the field.
"I suppose I began to realize
this slowdown in one of our final
games last season when I started
rushing after the referee who
was pacing off a penalty and it
suddenly dawned on me that I
wasn't gaining on hi'h.
"I began to wonder whether the
officials were speeding up, or I
was slowing down."
-Tioers place
AlKalineon
disabled list,
DETROIT (/P)-Star outfielder
Al Kalihe was placed on the dis-
abled list yesterday by the De-
troit Tigers.

CHICAGO (A)-The Minnesota
Gophers, doing it the hard way,
will carry the Big Ten colors in
the NCAA baseball championship
this year,
Faced with the prospect of hav-
ing to defeat a hot Michigan State
team twice to quality for the con-
ference title and NCAA berth,
Minnesota stayed alive with a
3-2 victory in extra innings in
the first game and then clinched
it all by walloping Michigan
State 10-4 in the nightcap Sat-
urday.
Michigan State had losts its
first two games of the campaign
and then put together a string
of 13 victories to gain the league
lead.
The Spartans took over the lead
Friday when they defeated Iowa
5-2 while Minnesota was rained
out of a doubleheader against
Michigan.
Needing only one victory in the
final doubleheader, M i c h i g a n
State failed.
'he 3-2 triumph was the key
for the Gophers.
Michigan State tookr a 2-0 lead
in the second inning on a pair
of walks and run-producing
singles by Tom Ellis and Rick
Miller. The Gophers tied it in the
home half of the inning on three
walks, a sacrifice fly and a sin-
gle by A~rian Love.
The teams battled to a tie
through the regulation seven in-
nings and Minnesota won it in
the eighth on a two-but, bases-
loaded single by Bill Kendall.
An eight-run uprising in the
sixth inning clinched the second
game and the title. A two-run
single by Greg Wasick and a

three-run homer by Mike Walseth
were the big blows as Minnesota
finished with a +14-2 record to
Michigani State's 13-4 mark.
Big Ten teams have' competed=
in nine NCAA championships and
have won six of them, three by
Minnesota. The Gophers won in
'1956, 1960 and 1964 while Michi-
gan took national titles in 1955
and 1962. Ohio State won the
NCAAA in 1966.
WngsSeals
reveal swYa
involvingsx
DETROIT (A)-The Oakland
Seals of the National Hockey
League sent veteran defenseman
Bob Baun and forward Ron Harris
to the Detroit Red Wings yester-
day for four players, including de-
fenseman Howie Young.
The Red Wings also gave up
defenseman Gary Jarrett, right
winger Doug Roberts 'and an un-
named amateur.
Baun, key man in the trade,
played 11 seasons with the To-
ronto Maple Leafs ,until he was
sent to Oakland in the NHL ex-
pansion lasttseason. He had 10
goals and three assists for the
Seals.
Harris was ised last year as a
forward, but Detroit General
Manager-Coach Sid Abel said he
might be moved into a defensive
spot with the Wings.

Owner operated
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852

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