THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday. June 12. 1968
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
Let's look at lastic baseball
By DREW BOGEMA
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit die-
crimination in the University corn-j
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus housing. 764-7400.
COMFORTABLE 1 BDRM., furnished,
large kitchen, 2% blocks from Union,
reasonable. Couple or 1 person. 769-
5810 after 6. C38
FEMALE ROOMMATE for fall in beau-
tiful modern 4 man apt. Close to
campus. Call 769-5929. C39
DNE BDRM., newly furnished, walking
distance of campus. Rex~t negotiable.
ABOVE the Village Bell-2 or 3 man
unit for fall. 66P-8825. C35
SINGLE FOR MAN. Clean, quiet, linens
funished, no cooking. 723 Packard
near State. C48
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for fall,
your own bedroom in air-cond. 2
man, 2 'level, 2 bdrm. apt. 1 mile
from campus. For info. call 665-6926.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share
house for fall. Rent $50, Call 769-2844.
The Forum-726 S. State,.4 man, $68.75
Carriage Ifouse-1224 Washtenaw, 5
Larchmont-927 E. Ann, 4 man, $62.00
Geddes.Apts.-1336 Geddes, 3 man,
Dean Apts.-1021 Vaughn, 4 man, $65.00
The above apts. all have air-con-
ditioning, dishwashers and lots of
space designed with student living
in mind. For, more information call
665-8825 or evenings 662-7117.
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:
101 N. INGALL S-Op"en daily. 2 bed-
rooms, completely furnished.d
839 TAPPAN-2 bedrooms, % block
from Bus. Ad. school. Air-cond.,
721 S. FOREST-2 and 3 bedroom
deluxe, air-cond., parking provided.
Open daily, apply manager, Apt.
From $56-$75 per man per month
Availability Aug. 20
Days 761-5159 Eves. 665-2398 or
318 E. WILLIAM. Fall occupancy. Com-
pletely redecorated 1 bedroom apt.
with new furnishings, drapes, wall to
wall carpeting. Includes separate
kitchen and back porch. $160/mo.
plus electricity. Days: 662-7787. Eves.:
,fEED'4TH FEMALE roommate for fall.
Beautiful apt., 2 bedrooms. Call 761-
2513 or 761-3659. 029
SUBLET second half, carpeted studio
apt. for couple or two men. $100. 825
Tappan, No. 6. Come see. C22
MALE GRAD seeks second to shareI
luxurious apt. (fall). Own room. 3
blocks from campus. Near Law and
Bus. schools. Phone 763-3901 after
7 pim. C32
OFFICE OR SITUDY
Furnished, quiet, air-cond. 2 minute
walk from campus. Aug. 68-July 69.
$45/mo. 665-0886 eves. C30
NEED 1, 2, OR 3 MALES to fill large
modern apt. 1 block from campus.
Call 665-5407. C42
2 BDRM. furnished apt. $120/mo.
Available June 1. 1015 Church. Dan
Harrison, 761-9364 or Connie Page,
CAMPUS APTS., Ambassador Co., 761-
7982 1-5 daily. C15
ROOMIS, 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. C3
FURNISHED 2 RM. Efficiency . Apt
Available June 1. Close to campus.
721-723 E. Kingsley. Offers for fall.
Hospital and campus location. Air-
conditioned, balconies. sound condi-
tioned, recreation room, private stor-
age, laundry room, carpeting, private
parking. Let's Just say they are
SPACIOUS, QUIET, AND ELEGANT.
Four man apartment $62 per man.
$248 per apartment. 'all days 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
1111 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.
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
NEEDED - 1 girl June-Aug. Modern
apt. I block from Union. 608 Monroe.
1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 2-5 people.
Fully furnished, air-conditioned, bal-
conies, parking, close to campus.
Rents start at $60 per person. For
this and other fine campus apts. call
Summit Associates, 7618055. C25
THE BRIDGE HOU4SE
1035 wall Street
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST APARTMENT
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
Under cover parking
I and 2 Bedroom
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
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NEED YOUR OWN ROOM? One bdrm.
in 3 bedroom furnished house with
dishes, cooking facilities, bed, etc.
$40 per mo. plus 1/3 utilities. Call
Tom Bailey, 761-7257 after 5 p.m. or
come to 323 Braun Ct. C43
FREE ROOM in exchange for some
babysitting, mostly eves. Private
room, bath and entrance. In cooly
air-cond. house. Phone 663-3958. H32
WANTED-One nurse-counselor or one
nurse-cook, or just nurse. June 12-
Aug. 4. Good pay. Ypsilanti Public
Schools Camp Program. HU 3-5936.
STRT AT ONCE, part or full time.
7 neat appearing men can earn uap
to $20 per evening. Car necessary.
Call 483-7511 2-6 p.m. Wed, only. H39
SECRETARY, TYPIST CLERKS-Full
time positions requiring a minimum
of 45 w.p.m. typing, with or without
.shorthand, $350-380 to start depend-
ing on skills and experience. Contact
University of Michigan Personnel Of-
fice, 1020 Administration Bldg. or
Medical Center Personnel Office,
Phone 764-2172. H34
TO model for Le Manniquin Vivant
Agency and to instruct in L'Ecole de
Charme at the Statler HIlton Inn.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS - Wide variety
of positions available. Most positions
call for moderate but accurate typ-
ing. Work experience desirable but
not necessary, At least one foreign
language helpful for the higher level
positions. Contact University of Mich-
igan Personnel Office, 1020 Adminis-
tration Bldg. Phone 764-7280. H35
MALE SUBJECTS needed for decision
making and inference experiments.
$1.50 an hour. Call 764-9444 Mon.-Fri.
9-12 and 1-4:30. H
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
REGISTERED NURSE to work at Uni-
versity of Michigan Speech Camp in
Northern Michigan on Grand Traverse
Bay. Needed June 17 through Aug.
17. Salary $350-$400 per month plus
room and board. Contact University
of Michigan Part-Time Employment
Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.
Phone 764-7283. H36
COLLEGE MEN-Summer employment
for interviewing single working girls.
Will pay salary. Part-time work
available during school. Car neces-
sary. Call 761-8014 or 15. H33
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. H35
Skilled employment treat. Great op-
portunity. 761-4510. H20
WANTED-1-3 men to share 3bdrm.
ranch house summer half with grad.
I mile west of campus. No reason-
able offer refused. Call' John, 761-
AVAILABLE June-Aug.-Modern 4 man
apt. Excellent location. 1320 S. Uni-
versity. 769-0438. U27
4 ROOM furnisned apt. 1 or 2 men,
cool (northern exposu'e), tree shad-
ed, recently painted, free parking, res-
ident manager, 12 min. walk from
campus. Very reasonable (for those
who recognize this ad, our perspec-
tive subleter decided to move home,
bless her). tal 761-1835; if no answer
call 349-5769 after 7 p.m. U22.
MALE WANTED to share expenses of
small out-of-town apt. Call 434-2670
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
TV, balcony, own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
1 GIRL NEEDED to share extremely
spacious, modern apt. in the Forum.
June 21 -Aug. 21. Air-cond., dish-
washer, 5 mn, from campus. Call
HAVE, YOUR own room in 4 bdrm.
house. $40/mo. Call Nemo, 769-1247.
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
1 MAN WANTED for modern apt.
Have own bdrm. 2 air-cond., 2 bal-
conies, stereo, TV. Cheapl 761-8418.
FEMALE WANTED to share bi-level.
Air-cond., 4 man for III-B. 769-5044.
MODERN 2-MAN, air-cond., parking,
close, cheap. 769-3827. U20
SUMMER 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. C
TOWNHOUSE-Modern, air-cond., near
campus. Summer space for 2 girls.
Call Margo, 769-1751. U8
NEEDED-2 Girls needed for 4 man,
summer half. 665-0495. U2
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Sublet, fur-
nished, 1 bdrm., on campus. 663-0603.
MUST SUBLET 3-man apt. for summer
half. Excellent location. Very rea-
soable. Call 668-9600 between 3 and
midnight, ask for Al. U4
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
WANTED TO RENT
VISITING French Professor needs
small, furnished apartment or room
with cooking facilities for Fall Term
within walking distance of campus.
Please call Mrs. Eggert, 764-6305. L26
BOLEX H-16 REX movie camera. 3
lenses, acces. Like new. 761-3213. D2
PETS AND SUPPLIES
KITTENS being given away FREE.
Playful, adorable, housetrained. 769-
3480 after 5 T2
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
ories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001, 10-
7 p.m. X
MARTIN D-18 GUITAR, excellent cond.
Hard shell case, 769-0390 between 7
and 10:30. X4
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
THIS IS NO JOKE! Save $75-500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive the cost..
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
Blue, blue, my love is blue. . . FB
WILLIAM BURROUGHS recounts his
. . . critical approach to the litera-
ture of Scientology, changing as he
reads on to increased interest and a
final conviction that something of
great importance is being said, that
Scientology does point out a whole
new way of looking at this universe."
For free reprint of SCIENTOLOGY
REVISITED, by William S. Burroughs,
write to Scientology Ann Arbor, Box
378, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48107. F37
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. FC
FOR SALE - Diamond Engagement
Ring. EDUCATION at its best. Aus-
tin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-
WANTED-Ride from and to Portage
Lake area to U. of M. 5 days/wk, 8-
10. June 26 to mid-Aug. Call collect,
875-6544. . F35
DISCOVER the pleasure of sauna. Pri-1
vate and community rooms. Anni
Arbor Gymkhana, 662-9200 F
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he1
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
WAK44-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ringat 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
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,
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA S90, 1965. 3500 miles. Carrier
rack. $165. Phone: 764-0144 from 8-5,
764-0157 from 5 on. Z341
'65 HONDA 305 Super Hawk with extras.
Call 662-6930. Z32]
LAMBRETTA motor scooter, excellent
cond., recently rebuilt. Call 665-9971;
no Fri. or Sat. calls. Z31
HONDA, Trail-55, sturdy, 1800 miles.,
Like new. $145. 814 E. University, No.
4 after 5. Z33
YAMAHA 80cc, 1965-Only 2200 miles'
with new battery andBuco helmet..
Recently tuned. $190. Chuck, 761-5413
HONDA Sport-50, $120. Barbell set, $12.
Used TV, $15. CALL 769-4115. Z28
BSA VICTOR 440 cc. Excellent. 4,000
miles. Extras. $600 or best offer. Call
1963 MATCHLESS motorcycle 650cc. Top
condition. $550, negotiable. 761-4588.
1966 YAMAHA 250. 4100 miles. $450.
Rob Evans, 769-3611. Z29
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 IL. 668-8517. Z30
HONDA 305cc Super Hawk. Racing parts
plus spares. 971-2885 before 3:00
weekdays or anytime Sat, and Sun. Z
AKO NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND pups,
beautifully marked, excellent with
children and for hunting. Call HU
3-5973 after Noon.
'63 VW Bus-Camper. Good engine.
Must sell this week. 769-4223 after 5.
335 Jefferson. B21
OPEN UP a new world of adventure
with 2 new scuba outfits, combina-
tion 72.4 cubic feet aqua lung tank
and Cam. EZ pack and Conshelf VI
regulator. Never used. Call a sporting
goods shop and check the price. $160
value, Save $30 each. 761-9478 or 663-
0338 after 5 p.m. Ask for Scott. BB
PLAYPEN, carriage, china cabinet, book
case, double bed, 662-6947. B22
KITTENS - Tiger, need good homes.
Fair, fat, and friendly. 6 wks. 761-
14 FT. REFRIGERATOR, r.eclining
chair, kitchen table, desk'lamp, mis,
21" SILVERTONE TV. Good condition.
$25. 769-3182. $19
ADMIRAL Portable TV. In excellent
condition. $40. 769-1036. B17
ALL MY FURNITURE - Cheap! Call
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with "k' s. Call971-3450.
Weddings, candid portraits, an motion
pictures. Professional quality\ at stu-
dent rates. Call John Evans, 764-0340
days, 769-0868 evenings. J
de la Haute Couture
has fashion designer's originals, size
10, 7, 6. Open by appointment. May
be seen at the Apartment Restaurant
fashion spow every Wednesday start-
ing June 12, 12:30-1:30. Cosmetics by
Viviane Woodard. 761-4510. J6
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 6 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
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ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Daily News Analysis
The Detroit Tigers have long
been known as a ;promising ball
club, with pennant-winning po-
tential. The Tigers, although 11-
lustrating a surprising tenacity to
remain near-the top of the stand,
ings for the major part of the sea-
son, have failed' to gain enough
momentum by the end of August
to carry them through their in-
evitable "September Slump."
1968, however, appears to be
another year entirely. The Tigers
have led the league from the be-
ginning of the season and by
Sunday had climbed to a 42 game
lead over their nearest contender,
the Cleveland Indians.
Sunday, when the Cleveland
Indians visited Detroit for the
last game of a three-game series,
I had occasion to journey out to'
Tiger Stadium to see the contest.
A standing-room-only crowd ; of
well over 52,000 and a heat wave
that reached a peak of 101 degrees
combined with 37,000 wildly jub-
ilant kids that flocked to the sta-
dium for "Free Bat Day" made
watching the game almost un-
The, loyalty of the kids to the
Tigers was so intensely evident
that it made more reasonable
adtilts give second thought to their
hold possessions from K-Mart or,
Gem or Shopper's Fair.
Suburb people will journey to
ball parks to see St. George and
the dragon, if only to appease
their own minor leaguers. The3
kids get a third dimension at ball
parks that is not available to the
tube: namely the prospect of see-
ing how high a baseball is really
hit or the prospect of seeing how
greasy Ray Oyler really .is.
But the ball park is rarely at-
tended by the,'sport' fan. They
realize the tremendous difficulties-
inherent in that process: endless
traffic jams, Ann Arbor prices,!a'
view of the game always obstruct-
ed by some vender, unbearable
heat, and the depressing sight of
It is so much simpler for them
to open their can of Schlitz, turn
on the tube, wait through four
To induce thekids, they will have
spectacular Free Bat Days, Free
Ball Days, Free Glove Days, and
Free Base Days. The grown-ups
will be dragged by the prospect of
air-conditioning, a luxury that
their 98 to 5 jobs will not yet
And the ball park will become
part of ;the AMERICAN HERI-
TAGE. It will join the clipper
ship, the town meeting,.the Maine,
Plymouth Rock; and "apple pie.
With the onslaught of the new
technological 1 u x u r y: namely
three-dimensional TV, ball parks
will only be useful to tourists.
There will be an Earl Riskey
Retirement Coffee Hour held
this afternoon from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m in the lobby of the In-
tramural Sports Bui lding, The
event 'will be sponsored by the
Department of Physical Educa-
tion and Athletics.
IS BASEBALL destined to wind up next to the celery in American
hearts? Has middle-class moral value invaded even this bastion
of purity? Will it all happen in our lifetime? Yes, pressing ques-
tions every American should consider carefully.
own doubts, acquired by exper- weeks of pre-game shows, and
ience, of the potential of the then hear Larry Osterman and
Tigers. And the older group of George Kell give the play-by-play
spectators, although visibly un- and at the same time, reveal all
satisfied with their mundane of the subtle intricacies of off-
task of babysitting for a carload the-field baseball life.1
of kids, also watched the Tigers
with admiration of'their surpris- INDUCEMENT
ing performances of the first-half And so, "Free Bat Days" are
of the seaso'n, and settled down the inducement for the suburb-
to what they hoped would be an Americans to come to the ball
exciting contest, ' park. Ball clubs have hit the
A and P . weakest link of the'family chain:
More than anything else, though, offer the kid a genuine major
th * 'league bat (fit to his own sIre
these people are supermarket peo- d h
pie in a supermarket country. atiweghtorf toue dtand wait
They will spend 50 per cent ofp n r i a
their leisure time in Montgomery parents to see the game.
Wards or Federal's or Hughes & However, the ,numerous attrac-
Hatcher's or Hudson's, tions that ball clubs now offer to
A very large number of Tiger the mass public is a dying gasp;
spectators at the game Sunday for in the future the shopping
were able to make the trip by bus center and the supermarket will
from a conveniently located West- undoubtedly retaliate. Realizing
land, Eastland, Southland, or that getting the public to the
Northland, or perhaps even, if stores is half the sell, shopping
they were lueky, Wonderland. centers and supermarkets will
They . bought their convenient offer large television *hookups in
and comfortable wearing apparel, large ampitheatres of major
as well as all their other house- league baseball games.'
Curtis wins Matthaei award;
418 E. Washington
near Frieze & Angell Hall
Clean modern building, beautiful
furniture, balcony, air-conditioning,
sound-proof, laundry, storage,
large study hall.
1 Bedroom & Efficiency
For information and appointments call
NO 8-6906 or 761-2943
SUBLET III-B-Modern, air-cond., 2-
man. Cloes to campus, soundproof.
Call 769-4066. U15
ATTRACTIVE, 1 bdrm., quiet neigh-
borhood, near campus. Young couple
preferred, no children. $135. 761-!
MALE ROOMMATE wanted-To share
comfortable cottage-type apt. in very
nice, quiet residential area. $50/mo.
summer, $75/mo. fall. Call Chris, 761-
Has-Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For GALS and GUYS
LEVI'S FOR GALS!
NEW STYLES AND
BUTTON FLY LEVI'S $5.29
)Guaranteed to shrink)
SUPERSLIM DEMINS $5.50
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S j
WHITE LEVI'S $4.98
4 Colors and Pure White
\A/Anl rOD C Uli C
A year ago Tom Curtis ex-
changed his quarterback hopes for
a spot in Michigan's defensive;
backfield and the switch is still
paying off for the 19-year-old
Curtis, who tied a Big Ten rec-
ord with seven interceptions as a
sophomore last season, was Satur-
day named the recipient of the
Frederick C. Matthaei Scholar-
ship Award, given for sportsman-
ship on and off the field.
The Aurora, Ohio, athlete
played quarterback on Michigan's
freshman team, then Coach Bump
Elliott moved the 6-foot-1, 184-
pounder to safety in spring drills.
,Curtis intercepted three passes
against Illinois last season.
* * * ,
John Schroeder, captain of the
1968 Michigan golf squad, will'be
among the handful of amateurs
teeing off Thursday in the 'U.S.
A senior, Schroeder led his team
to a near-perfect season before
dropping to a third-place finish
in the Big Ten tourney.
He qualified over the weekend
with a 72-73--145.
Baltimore 8, Washington 4
Chicago 9, New York 5
Detroit 3-3, Minnesota 1-2
Oakland 2, Cleveland 0, 5 innings,
California at Boston, rain
Chicago at New York, night
California at Boston, night.
Baltimore at Washington, night
Oakland at Cleveland, night
Minnesota at Detroit, night
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis 35 23 .603 -
xSan Francisco 31 26 .544 3
xLos Angeles 32 27 .542 3
Atlanta 29 27 .518 5
Cincinnati 28 27 .509 5
Philadelphia 25 26 .490 6
Chicago 27 29 .482 7
xNew York 25 29 .463 8
Houston 23 32 '.418 10
xPittsburgh 21 30 A12 10
x-Late game not included
-Cincinnati 9, Chicago 7
Houston 5, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 6, Atlanta 0
Pittsburgh at San Francisco, inc.
New York at Los Angeles, ine.
Cincinnati at Chicago
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Houston at Philadelphia, night
New York At Los Angeles, night
St. Louis at Atlanta, night
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
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SUN., JUNE 16, 12:30 p.m. North
Campus scrambles area. Sponsor: Ann
Arbor Motorcycle Assoc. M46
TUTOR - Government, history, social
studies. Call 761-4927 after 6 p.m. M45
BEGINNING Folk/Blues Guitar Lessons.
769-2767, evenings. 44
WOULD YOU like to take off inches
in a short time? Figure Care Studio,
213 Clark St., Saline, Mich. 429-5570.-
Open 1-9 5 days a week and by
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
VW, '1965. Excellent cond. $850. 769-
2155 eves. N31
CORVETTE '62 convertible. Excellent
cond. 4 speed, low mileage, new en-
gine. Best offer 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 buggy.
665-8022 after 7. N26
'66 VW In excellent condition. $1000.
Call 769-1036. N27
[MERCEDES BENZ 1952 Classic. Fully
restored. VI 2-7144 or 283-1386. N22
1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. Runs well,
body needs work. $450. Call 665-8733.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar - "The Management of Managers
No. 61, North Campus Commons, 8:15
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Institute on College and University
Administration - First Session, Assem-
bly Hall, Rackham Building, 9:00 a.m.
Department of Speech Student Lab-
:ratory Theater - Eugene Ionesco's
"Frenzy for Two" and dean-Claude van
Itallie's "War": Arena Theater, Frieze
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matics, Dissertation: "A Graps-Theor-
etic Survey of the Finite Structures of
Classical Combinatorial Theory," on
Wednesday, June 12 at 3 p.m. in Roormi
3231 Angell Hall, Chairman: T. E. Stor-
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sertation: "A Theory of Axiom Sys-
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BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS
Peace Corps Exam. - Sat., June, 11s;
1:00 p.m. Downtown post office, Main
at Catherine Streets. Applic. at Bureau..
ORGAN IZAT ION
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recognized and registered student or-
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in room 1011 SAB.
Federal Service Entrance Examination
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Post Office. Applic. at Bureau were
filed last month. Applic. for next test
due June 12, today.
Current Position Openings Received
by' General Division by mail and phone
-please call 764-7460 for further infor-
Stone and Webs.ter Engineering Cor-
poration, Garden City, Long Isl., N.Y.-
Civil Engr., min. 5 yrs. rel. exper. Fur-
nace Engr., BXCE structural major,
exper. req. Sr. Structural engr. design,
Off ice: 545
Rubbernaid Inc., Wooster, Ohio -
Experienced personnel and summer and
fail graduates for variety of positions,
Jr. indust Engr,.BSIE/ME. Cost Acctg.
Gnrl. Acctg. Project -Engr. BSME.
Mgmt. Trainee, Bus. degree. Brochure
an Co. at Bureau.
Training Corporation of America, Inc.
Excelsior Springs, Mo. - young man.
with min. 2 yrs. trng in college pro-
grams food related, and/or. 3 yrs. ex-
per, food serv supv,; capacities. Will
receive good exper in quantity food
prodl. personnel practices, portion con-
trol, menu planning, pur'chasing and
vocational food serv training.
state of Washington - Chief, Divis-
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)