Saturday, June 8, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Nation's athletes pause in
tribute to slain Senator
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The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University Of Mich-
igan Regents' by;aws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing. 764-7400.
410 OBSERVATORY. Fall occupancy.
Modern 4 man 2 bedroom apt. with
wall to wall carpeting throughout,
new furnishings, air-cond., covered
parking, modern kitchen and laun-
dry facilities. Days: 662-7787. Eves:
318 E. WILLIAM. Fall occupancy. Com-
pletely redecorated 1 bedroom apt.
:. with new furnishin~gs, drapes, wall to
wall carpeting. Includes separate
kitchen and back porch. $160/mo.
plus electricity. Days: 662-7787. Eves.:
MALE ROOMMATE wanted-To share
comfortable cottage-type apt. in very
nice, quiet residential area. $50/mo.
summer, $75/mo. fall. Call Chris, 761-
NEED 4TH FEMALE roommate for fall.
Beautiful apt., 2 bedrooms. Call 761-
2513 or 761-3659. C29
SUBLET second half, carpeted studio
apt. for couple or two men. $100, 825
Tappan, No. 6. Come see. 022
MALE GRAD seeks second to share
luxurious apt. (fall). Own room. 3
4 blocks from campus. Near Law and
Bus. schools. Phone 763-3901 after
7 p=4 C32
CLOSE, TO U of M Hospital. Summer
and'fall rentals. Single rooms for
men. 1328 Geddes. Seen between 1I
and 5 p.m. Tues.-Sat. C20
418 E Washington
near Frieze & Angell Hall
Clean modern building, beautiful
furniture, balcony, air-conditioning,f
sound-proof, laundry, storage,
large study hall.
1 Bedroom & Efficiency
For information and appointments call
NO 8-6906 or 761-2943
OFFICE OR STUDY
Furnished, quiet, air-cond. 2 minute
walk from campus. Aug. 68-July 69.
$45/mo. 665-0886 eves. C30
ROOMS, summer and/or fall. Very con-
venient. 761-0135. C31
FURNISHED STUDIO Apt. for mature
female grad student. Available im-
mediately. $80. 769-4765. U20
FOUR-MAN, air-conditioned, furnished
apt. for fall between campus and U
Hospital, covered parking. NO 2-
7787, after 7 p.m. 761-1498. 03
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
FURNISHED 2 RM. Efficiency . Apt
Available June 1. Close to campus.
CAMPUS, HOSPITAL-Rooms for men
and women. Reduced. Panelled, car-
peted, attractively decorated and
furn'ished. House refrigerators and
phone. Lease through June, Aug. or
longer. 665-0925 or 662-7992. C41
2 BDRM. furnished apt. $120/mo.
Available June 1. 1015 Church. Dan
Harrison, 761-9364 or Connie Page,
MALE WANTED to share expenses of
small out-of-town apt. Call 434-2690
Have your OWN BEDROOM and share
the rest of the house with us. Nice
house, nice neighborhood. 310 Thayer.
About $40/mo. Second half summer.
668-7803 or 761-0273, ask for Nancy.
Modern air-cond. 4-man. Summer term.
On E. U. Call Bob, 769-5825. U50
4 MAN 4 BDRM. house available for
summer semester. 3 stories, newly
furnished and carpeted, new refrig-
erator and stove. Rent negotiable.
Please call 662-5783. U18
SUM!vER SUBLET for 2nd half. 2 man.
2 blocks from campus. Wood paneled,
big windows. Rent negotiable. Please
call 662-5783. U19
NEED ONE OR TWO girls to share mod.
lux. apt. with air conditioning. All
American football players next door.
Call 769-1807. CB
TOWNHOUSE-Modern, air-cond., near
campus. Summer space for 2 girls.
Call Margo, 769-1751. U8
'ONE CONVIVAL young lady. would be
very welcome to live in our modern
4-girl apartment. Sublet, cheap, be-
ginning June 13. Call 769-5821 after
NEED 2 GIRLS to share modern apt.
$60 per person. Call after 5, 761-6520.
4 MAN--Air-cond., new, close to cam-
p\is. Reasonable. 761-2513. U12
MODERN summer sublet for 1 female.
June, July anti Aug. to share with 3
others. Convenient to campus. 769-
NEEDED-2 Girls needed for 4 man,
summer half. 665-0495. U2
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Sublet, fur-
nished, 1 bdrm., on campus. 663-0603.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)
MUST _SUBLET 3-man apt. for summer
half. Excellent location. Very rea-
sonable. Call 668-9600 between 3 and
midnight, ask for AL. U4
SUNNY 1 BDRM. apt. with private
study. June 27-Aug. 22. Furnished.
5 blocks from campus, utilities paid.
1 magnificent cat. Rent cheap but
grudgingly negotiable. Call 663-0344.
MODERN BI-LEVEL, close to campus,
2nd half. Call HU 3-4281. U6
SUBLET-2nd half. One girl needed to
i hare large three story townhouse
right on campus (1014 Church)--
patio plus all conveniencesi Must
leave, so name your price. Call 769-
5054 after 4 p.m. U47
SUMMER TERM sublet. Modern, fur-
nished. 2 bdrm. apt. Disposal, air-
cond., patio. Up to 4 men. Parking.
$105 or will discuss. Phone 761-9084.
KEEP YOUR COOL in our mod period,
air-cond. (free), spacious 2 bdrm., 4-
man, sun-deck, free prkg., near
Union. Many extras. Price is sacrifice
at $140/mo., July-August (negoti-
able). Call Diane (761-8347) or Sue
(453-8055-local), eves., only. UE
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
-de la Haute Couture
has fashion designer's originals, size
10, 7, 6. Open by appointment. May
be seen at the Apartment Restaurat
fashion show every Wednesday start-
ing June .12, 12:30-1:30. Cosmetics by
Viviane Woodard. 761-4510. J6
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ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
TO model for Le Manniquin Vivant
Agency and to instruct in L'Ecole de
Charme at the Statler Hilton Inn.
COUNSELORS WANTED-Girls camp
in northern Michigan. Need a girl
W.S.I. and water front skills and
girls with creative arts skills. Mini-
mum age 19 with 2 years of college.
Call Gus Leinbach, 665-7179. H39
NEEDJRONING DONE. Call Dave, 665-
6249 early or late, or send postcard
1026 Packard, No. 1. H36
BABYSITTER-One child age 18 mos.
Monday-Thursdays. Hours to be ar-
ranged. Now 'illAug. 9. 665-0886. H37
- - ------- ..__._.. .
TEACHER WANTED-Pre-school nur-
sery in Milan. Two days a week-
Tuesday and Thursday. For informa-
tion call 432-7297. H34
WANTED - Babysitter 5 days a week,
from 7:45-5:15. 2 children. Pauline-
Stadium area. Own transportation
preferred. 665-4766 after 5. 1H35
WANTED - Student Wife living near
North Campus. No previous training
needed-to read tracks in nuclear
photograph emulsions with micro-
scope. $1.82 per hour to start. Con-
tact Personnel Office, 1020 Adminis-
tration Bldg. Phone 764-7280. H31
WANTED - Male undergraduate to
assist professor (in wheelchair) in
return for room and board. Call 761-
9034 after 5. H30
TEACHERS - Fall openings, various
locations. Cline Teachers Agency, Box
607, East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Skilled employment treat. Great op-
portunity. 761-4510. H20
HI-FI - Mathes, Walnut cabinet, $75.
Call after 6 p.m., 668-6456. B18
... ........_ .. _ - - -- -
21" SILVERTONE TV. Good condition.
$25. 769-3182. B19
FOR SALE - "HUMAN HAIR"-Dark
brown fall about 16" long, used three
times, has detachable hair band and
own model head, kept covered when
not in use. Paid $200 new, will sell
for $100 or best offer. Call 663-0338.
CHEAP for quick sale! Jet N.Y.-Lon-
don, June 14. Best offer. Call 769-4930.
ADMIRAL Portable TV. In excellent
condition. $40. 769-1036. B17
2 TICKETS London-Detroit, Sept. 3.
$180 each. Call 665-5415. B14
UAC CHARTER-Paris-New York. Best
offer. Call 662-7720. B13
ALL MY FURNITURE ,- Cheap! Call
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Cali 971-3450.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA Sport-50, $120. Barbell set, $12.
)Jsed TV, $15. CALL 769-4115. Z28
BSA VICTOR 440 cc. Excellent. 4,000
miles. Extras. $600 or best offer. Call
1964 TRIUMPH Spitfire. 761-3894. Z26
HONDA 890. Excellent cond. $200. Call
Steve, 761-6409. Z27
MUST SELL VW with extras: Sunroof,
AM-FM radio, excellent cond. Will
negotiate $. Call 769-3066. N18
1963 MATCHLESS motorcycle 650cc. Top
condition. $550, negotiable. 761-4588.
__ _ - _ _Fo _r__
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1966 YAMAHA, 250. 4100 miles. $450.
,Rob Evans, 769-3611. Z29
'64 HONDA 300. Make offer. 663-6179.
HONDA 305 Scrambler, Good cond.]
$425. 769-3809. Z22
'66 TRIUMPH Bonn. $800 or best offer.
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. Call 769-0927. Z19
BSA MARK II. 668-8517. Z30
HONDA 305cc Super Hawk. Racing parts
plus spares. '87-2885 before 3:00
weekdays or anytime Sat. and Sun. Z
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new and
used. Lessons, repairs. 209 S. State.
665-8001. 10 a.m.-7 p.m X
MARTIN D-18 GUITAR, excellent cond.]
Hard shell case. 769-0390 between 7]
and 10:30. X4
FOR SALE-Guild 6 string guitar. $185,
sells new for $260. 769-0390. X50,
PIANO FOR SALE-Schiller upright
grand. Good condition. Call 665-8593
after 6 p.m. X3
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
WANTED-Ride to N.Y. June 14-18.
Call 761-6078. G21
NEED RIDE for 1-2 to Boston area and
back after exams. Will share, costs.
Call 761-0454. G18
FREE RIDE to California for several
good drivers after term ends. 665-
2424, 9 to 9. G191
WANTED-Daily ride to Parke-Davis,
Will pay. 761-7164. G20
NEED FEMALE companion to travel to
Europe, June 27-Aug. 22. Call Karen
at 662.7701. 012
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Black part Labr dor puppy.
Male. Gail Pierson, 665-0546. AE
FOUND - Large' puppy. Brown 'and
black. Near Chem. building on Mon.
night. Call 665-5665. AE"
4345276500, alias SUSAN PAULA KORN
pick up your lost ID card at the Daily '
business office. AC
MISC ELLAN EOUS
BEGINNING Folk/Blues Guitar Lessons.
769-2767, evenings. M44
WOULD YOU like to take off inches
in a short time? Figure Care Studio,
213 Clark St., Saline, Mich. 429-5570.
Open 1-955 days a week and by
Group and private lessons by quali-
fied instructor through the univer-
sity. Call 769-5013 or 763-0163. M40
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
AKO NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND pups,
beautifully marked, excellent with
children and for hunting. Call HU
3-5973 after Noon.
CORVETTE '62 convertible. Excellent
cond. 4 speed, low mileage, new en-
gine. Best ofer over $950. OLDS '63
convertible. Radio, heater, new tires.
First $400 takes it. 769-5717. N30
'58 VW. PERFECT mechanically. Body
needs work, Perfect for beach bum
665-8022 after 7. N26
'66 VW in excellent condition. $1000.
Call 769-1036. N27
1965 BUICK Skylark convertible. V-8,
4 in floor, power steering, radio, very
clean, top condition. $1450. Call 663-
'64 ALFA ROMEO Spider 1600. Good
condition. Must sell. Best offer. 761-
CHEVROLET, 1953. Good mech. con-
dition. Best offer. Call 769-2995 after
5 p.m. N20
VW, '55.Asking $200. Call 665-0494 5-7
p.m. or midnight.- N21
MERCEDES BENZ 1952 Classic. Fully
restored. VI 2-7144 or 283-1386. N22
1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. 'Runs well,
body needs work. $450. Cal 665-8733.
'65 CORVETTE Coupe. Air-cond. A.T.
Many extras. $2750. Will dicker. 434-
1965 MUSTANG Fastback' Very clean
with 3 on the floor, reverb, radio,
stereo tape pack with several tapes
$1195. Phone 662-0935. N25
35 MM CANON FX with 50 mm f 1.8
lens, built in meter, case, excellent
cond. $110. Call 761-8280. Dl
CANON FX with auto zoom .... $225
CANON FX Body only for........$65
PENTAX-SPOTMATIC now body
with used F14 lens only ........ $225
EXAKTA VX 11 AF2.0 auto..... .. $75
KONICA FP S.L.R.F2.0 auto «... $75
YASHICAMATL M 2% reflex ......$45
ROLLIEFLEX 4x4 with case .. $65
35 MM Enlarger with lens ....$30
250 MM. F4.5 Telephoto for
PENTAX or, NIKON now......... $39
Take Edsel Ford Expr. to John Lodge
North-Exit Glendale-Right-Turn to
By The Associated Press
The San Francisco Giants
decided yesterday to go along
with the New York Mets and
postponed their game scheduled
for today. Mets' players had twice
voted unanimously not to play,
joining others in the sports world
in paying respect to the late Sen.
Robert F. Kennedy.
Under baseball law, the Giants
By The Associated Press
Michigan's Elliott Maddox and
Steve Evans, both sophomores,
were among the first college and
high school baseball players se-
lected in the professional spring
Maddox started in left field all
season for the Wolverines, and
claimed the Big Ten batting
HOUSTON, Tex. (R) - Ron
Kutschinski of Michigan ran
the fastest 880-yard run in the
world this year last night in
the United States Track and
Field Federation meet with a
blistering time of 1:47.1.
championship with a .392 mark;
he was picked by the Detroit
Tigers. Evans, a pitcher, went to
With baseball heading into an-
other expansion era and 24 clubs
scheduled to play next season,
the latest crop of high school
and college graduates will have
a chance for rapid advancement.
A total'of 641 players were draft-
ed Thursday in 28 rounds.
Montreal, San Diego, Seattle
and Kansas City-the four ex-
pansion teams to operate next
season - all participated Itn the
unlimited Class A draft. Seattle,
San Diego and Kansas City each
picked 16 players, Montreal 5.
There is no obligation by any
drafted player to sign. However,
he can not deal with any other
club. If 1he does not sign, his name
goes back into the pool for the
next draft Feb. 1.
Rhodesia denied entry
could have insisted that the game
be played and claimed a forfeit
victory if theMets had failed to
show up. The San Francisco team
had scheduled the day as Bat
Day, a club promotion, and a
crowd of 30,000 was expected in]
The latest postponement leaves
only seven games on today's ma-
jor league baseball program, -in
cluding a twknight doubleheader,
Pittsburgh at Houston.
The earliest scheduled to start
are the Pittsburgh - Houstonn
opener and St. Louis at Cincin-
nati, both at 7 p.m., EDT. Sen-]
ator Kennedy's funeral is sched-
uled for 5 p.m. in Arlington, Va.
Three games scheduled for this
afternoon were switched to night.
They were Cleveland at Detroit,
Chicago at Boston and. St. Louis
at Cincinnati. The other gamles
are Oakland at Baltimore and
Philadelphia at Los Angeles.
American League, games sched-
uled in New York and Washing-
ton were postponed as was a
Cubs', afternoon game against At-
lanta in Chicago, because Wrigley
Field does not have lights.
Three American League games
tomorrow were also called off-
a doubleheader in Baltimore and'
a single game in Boston.
Most of the rest of the sports
world also honored the memory
of 'the slain senator by postpon-
ing or delaying weekend events.
Belmont Park canceled yester-
day's thoroughbred racing pro-
gram which was to have included
the annual G r a n d National
Steeplechase. Belmont also want-
ed to cancel today's card, but will
be open by order of the New York;
State Racing Commission.
However, seven other New York
State tracks were closed yester
day. They were Finger Lakes
Roosvelt Raceway, Buffalo. Race-
way, Saratoga Raceway, Vernon
Downs, Monticello Raceway and
The 12-round middlewight bout
between former champion Emile
Griffith and Andy Heilman at
O kland last night was postponed
A Washington, D.C., fixture for
hydroplanes, the President's Cup
Regatta, was postponed indefinite-
ly. It had been scheduled for to-
day and tomorrow.
The - Boston Beacons of the
North American Soccer League
said they had asked that their
game Sunday in Toronto be post-
poned, but that the league had
Four other NASL weekend
matches plus two International
games involving league teams, alsd
will be played. However, ceremon-
ies honoring Sen. Kennedy will
be held before each.
CHICAGO ()-The president of
the International Olympic Com-
mittee said yesterday there was
nothing his group could do about
a "politically-caused" denial of
participation by Rhodesia in the
Olympic Games at Mexico City
Avery Brundage, 80-year-old
IOC chief, said he was notified by
cable of the decision by Mexico's
Olympic Organizing Committee
CAMPUS APTS., Ambassador Co., 761-
7982 1-5 daily. 015
1 l 1 1 S. State St.
(Across from Yost Field House)
Modern, furnished, 2-3-4 man, air-
conditioned, newly furnished, bal-
conies, ample parking, garbage dis-
* posals, LOW RENT, owner operated.
Reduced summer rates
included in these.
ATTRACTIVE, 1 bdrm., quiet neigh-
borhood, near campus. Young couple
preferred, no children. $135. 761-
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 Wall Street
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST APARTMENT
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
Under cover parking
1 and 2 Bedroom
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
1 -OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man,
TV, balcony, own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
SHEER INERTIA has prevented us
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 Second Half
LARGE 2 bedroom bi-level apt. Per-
fect for nurses, interns, grad. stu-
dents and young executives. Dish-
washer, 1, baths, 2 air condition-
ers, and beautiful furnishings. All
masonry construction assures pri-
vacy. For further information call
SUMMER TERM-2 students to fill
spacious house. Call -769-0688. C23
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For GALS and QUYSr
LEVI'S FOR GALS!
NEW STYLES AND
BUTTON FLY LEVI'S $5.29
(Guaranteed to shrink)
SUPER SLIM DEMINS $5.50
WHITE LEVI'S $4.98
4 Colors and Pure White
WOOL CPO SH IRTS
TH E BEST
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
Office: 545 Church
SUBLET III-B-Modern, air-cond., 2-
man Cioa tn et mpus. soundnroof.
WHERE Marginal Prices Buy Quality
Diamonds! Austin Diamonds, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. F
APT. 208 LIVES Women are needed to
help fill some of the long lonely
hours of the Crass Materialist. Call
761-8438 and ask for him. PC
CINEMA GUILD offers free summer
admission to first personidentifying
film (it's particulars) which contains
following quote, "Time constricts on
WANTED-Ride from and to Portage
Lake area to U. of M. 5 days/wk, 8-
0. June 26 to mid-Aug. Cal collect,
WANT TO TRADE a Bell TX-500 (an
expensivehelmet) size 7% for an-
other helmet, size 71 (I have a large
skull). Call John, 761-9546. FC
NEED RIDE to Chicago, eve. of June
14 or any time June 15. Carol, 769-
IF YOU WANT custom sandals fitted
to the concept and contour of the
individual, with over 25 styles to
choose from at one low price, or
design your own-try Lloyd's, "The
sandal with the soul sole."
218 E. Washington 663-9410
DISCOVER the pleasure of sauna. Pri-
vate and community rooms. Ann
Arbor Gymkhana, 662-9200. F
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
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your naners with
(Editor's Note: This is the fifth article in a six-part series by Asso-
ciated Press sports writer Will Grimsley-P.B.)
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-As Notre Dame's head football coach
Ara Parsegihian pours over his desk, the eyes of the late Knute
Rockne and Frank Leahy glare down from the wall of the tight
upstairs office in the Rockne Memorial Building.
Next door can be heard the whirring of movie cameras and
down the hall the clatter of action on a half dozen indoor hand-
Across the way, towering young giants still dress in
the dingy cateacombs of the 37-year-old Notre Dame Sta-
dium, each day passing a plaque memoralizing Rockne's
famed exhortation to "Win One for the Gipper."
Football at Notre Dame is subdued grandeur. It keeps pace
with the jet age present without losing the links to its colorful
The independent Fighting Irish traditionally play the tough-
est schedule of any college tealr in the country and, except for
rare lapses, have managed to be a constant top contender.
Since 1924, when the ratings began, they have won
nine national crowns and retired two championships trophies
by winning each three times. They were No. 1 in 1966, fifth
Located in the heart of the Middle West, the Irish find
temselves natural rivals with the powerful Big Ten, with its
swelling student populations, 50,000 to 101,000 seat stadiums and
multimillion dollar athletic budgets.
Although Big Ten members play before an average
of 60,000 fans a game-more than major league baseball and
pro football teams-they, as many other big time universities,
are experiencing financial difficulties in sports because of
Notre Dame is managing to operate in the black.
"Oar sports programs, even football, are operated as just
another part of the university life," explained Herb Jones, the
athletic business manager. "We don't have a separate athletic
fund. All our money goes into, the school treasury. The school
is responsible for meeting our budget.
"We pay our own way."
Unlike amajority of other universities, Notre Dame
has not had an astronomic climb in enrollment. The campus1
count is 7,100-compared with around 5,000 after World War
II-and well below the ienrollment of rivals such as Michigan
State (38,100) and Indiana (24,100).
"We should rewrite our contracts with some of these schools,"
an athletic department spokesman said. "With such big enroll,
ments, these schools fill half of their stadiums with students
and we take only about 50 cents for each."
The Irish, with a stadium seating capacity of 59,075, has
found it necessary to raise its ticket prices to $7, highest in the
area, compared with $5 four years ago. It's a sellout every game.
The athletic budget has risen from $900,000 in, 1963-64 to
$2,000,000 projected for 1968-69. The latter figures includes a
new $8.6 milllion field house and convocation center, replacing
the old field house built in 1898.
Notre Dame is low key compared with some of its
rivals. There are no booster clubs, A li alumni contributions
are funnelled into the university with no preferential treat-
ment for sports.
There are no special quarters for football players, no
training table except for the evening meal in season. The
Irish shun bowl games, having played last Jan. 1, 1925, in the
Thirty-one full football scholarships were given last year.
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that Rhodesia could not compete
in the Games because of a May 2$
resolution by the Security council
of the United Nations.
The UN dictum keeps Rhode.
sian from entry into all United
Nation member countries. Rho
desia has declared its independ-
ence from Great Britain which
has 'declined to recognize the
"This doesn't concern the IOC
or" the Mexican Organizing Com-
mittee at all," said Brundage. "If
all the United Nations agree that
no Rhodensian be permitted in
their countries, what can we do
"I understand the UN resolu-
tion also urged airlines to recog-
nize the embargo of Rhodesians
in UN countries.Are we supposed
to get these people to Mexico in
"Here we have another case-
Rhodesia throwing the 'Olympic
'movement into the middle of an
international controvers# when
the cause is political and has
nothing at all to do with sports,"
"It's a sad commentary on the
state of the world, a tragedy of
our times, when political pres-
sures can intimidate a truly
democratic group wh ch calls for
a true brotherhood of man in the
field of sports."
Brundage stressed that the IOC
action in banning South Africa
was not because of that country's
racial policy but bec'use of po-
tential violence if South Africa
participated at Mexico City.
"Our action is somewhat sup-
ported by the tragic event that
just has happened," said Brun-
dage in obvioIs reference to the
assassination of Sen. Robert F.
W ,L Pet. GB
Detroit 34 19 .642 -
Cleveland 31 23 .574 3%
Baltimore 29 24 .547 5
Minnesota 28 26 .519 5%
Boston 26 27 .491 S
Oakland 25 27 .481 3%
California 25 30 .45510
New York 24 30 .444 10%
Washington 23 30 .434 11
Chicago 21 30 .412 12
Detroit 5, Cleveland 4
New York 4-4, California 1-S
Oakland 6-A, Baltimore, 1-0
Minnesota 5-2, Washington 3-3,
2nd game 10 innings
Cleveland at Detroit, night
Oakland at Baltimore ight
Chicago at Boston, night
only games scheduled
Cleveland at ;Detroit
Minnesota at Washington
California at/ew York, 2
Only games schduled' ,
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 31 22 .585 -
Atlanta 28 24 .528 2j
xPhiladelphia 25 22 .532 3
xSan Francisco ,28 25 .528 3
xLos Angeles 29 26 .527 3
Cincinnati 26 24 .520 32
Chicago 25 27 .481 52
xNew York 23 27 .460 61/
Pittsburgh 20 28 .417 8%
Houston . 21 31 .404 91/
x-Late sgame not included