Saturday, July 13, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
]or Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12-2:30
Style consciousness replaces upset fever
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing. 764-7400.
UNFURNISHED, large, 1 and 2 bdrms.
Available immed. and/or fall. NO 8-
6900. - C4
Furnished, . rm., spacious apt.
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
NEAR LAW SCHOOL, large 2 bdrm.,
air-conid. apt, with l? baths and'
* dishwasher. Call 665-0154. C1
NEED THIRD MAN for fall. 2-bedroom
3-man. Modern building, quiet neigh-
borhood, on campus, double vanity,
fully carpeted, large closets. 8-month
University lease, 4-month summer op-
tion. Friendly landlord. Call Windsor
(519) 252-2086. C46
FOR AUGUST 1--Single room in 3-girl
apartment. Close to campus and
downtown. 12-month lease. $58 per
month. Call 663-9259 after 5. C49
1 GIRL* FOR FALL. Super large mod-
ern apt. 3 min. from campus. 909
Church No. 1I or call 769-0042. C42
CAMPUS-Spacious 2 bdrm., furn., 2
or 3 grads. $180/mo. includes utilities.
1 year lease. '761-2939. C44
824 PACKA R D
Fireplace and screened-in porch high-
light. this modern 2-bedroom furn-
t ished apartment that includes wall-
to-wall carpeting, separate kitchen,
laundry, parking and storage facili-
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves: 761-1498
WANTED: Female roommate for mod.
bi-level, 3-man apt. w/dishwasher.
Located near IM Bldg. Call 769-2056.
THE WALDEN MANAGEMENT CO.
Has apartments in the campus
area for 2, 1 4. 5, or 6 persons,
with the choice of an 8 or 12-
FOR INFORMATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT FOR SHOWING
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.:
FALL RENTALS, efficiencies, 2 bedroom
units. Call NO 2-7730. C21
4-man, bi-level with dishwasher, 11
baths, 2 air-conditioners, very large
rooms, all masonary construction as-
sures privacy, beautifully furnished
and located on the right side of the
campus. Call 665-8825.
1335 S. University
SUBLET III-B-Modern, air-cond., 2-
man. Cloes to campus, soundproof.
Call 769-4066. U15
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 WALL ST.
M4edical or North Campus area. New,
all conveniences, dishwashers, un-
dercover parking. '2 bdrm., 4-man
apts. for fall.
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
SUMMER HALF. Terrific air-cond. apt.
Very cheap. Call 769-5525. U8
1 GIRL NEEDED for Aug. sublet. 3 man
3 bdrm. apt. $45. 769-1235, U15
1 MAN WANTED for modern apt.
Have own bdrm. 2 air-cond., 2 bal-
conies, stereo, TV, Cheap! 761-8418.
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
TV, balcony. own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
HAVE YOUR own room in 4 bdrm.
house. $40/mo. Call Nemo, 769-1247.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Dark green-white polka dot
trench coat with glasses in pocket.
Vicinity of City Center Bldg. and
Hill St. (Diag). Call 761-7435 or re-
turn to lost and found office, A20
LOST-Tortoise shell glasses in brown
case. Reward offered to finder. Call
Brian at 761-2631. A18
PASS McCARTHY petitions. 663-6588.
AUTO-ROKUNAR 28mm/2.8 wideangle
for NIKON F with meter coupling.
Only used a month. Case, lenshood
and caps.d$60 cash, Call Richard Lee,
665-3838 or 764-0562. FB
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds come
from Africa, a brand label for a ring
mounting does not guarantee the
quality of the major diamond in the
ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univ.
A NURSE and two physical therapy
studentR needs a fourth roommate
for the fal. Modern apartment, close
to hospitals and campus. Cali 665-
0889 for information. FD
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By GEOFFREY MILLER
Associated Press Sports Writer
(Editor's Note: Geoffrey Miller has covered
the world's first open tennis tournaments in
England and France, including the Wimble-
don classic. Here is his assessment of the
innovation and its future-P.B.)
LONDON - The barriers between pro-
fessional and amateur tennis players are
collapsing so fast that already the fans
don't know which is which.
That's the impression one has after go-
ing the rounds of the world's first open
tournaments - at Bournemouth, England,
then Paris, London's Queen's Club and
The ordinary spectator, who pays to
see good tennis, couldn't care less whether
the players he is watching are amateurs
who compete unashamedly for prize
money, with official approval, or pros who
go for prize money but get beaten and fail
to win it.
For the fans, it's still good . tennis that
counts - and the fundamental divisions
between one type of player and another.
They want to know who are the grass
court specialists who can slam the ball
hard enough to challenge Rod Laver or
Dennis Ralston, and who are the touch
artists who might offer a stiff fight to
Manuel Santana or Ken Rosewall on the
slow hard courts.
In women's play, they divide up the
stars between baseline sluggers such as
Nancy Richey and the volleying experts
such as Billie Jean King.
You could almost see the public's atti-
tude to open tennis changing from tour-
nament to tournament.
At first, everybody wanted to see the
pros tumbled by amateurs. When Mark
Cox, British Davis Cup player who had
never competed for prize money in his
life, knocked those high-salaried stars
Pancho Gonzales and Roy Emerson out
of the British Hard Courts Championships
at Bournemouth, he was the tennis world's
Since then so many amateurs have de-
feated pros that such results are no longer
sensational. The fans have gone back to
thinking in terms of basic tennis values.
If they show favoritism, it's for their
local players rather than for amateurs.
At the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris
during the French Championships, the big-
gest crowds on the outer courts were al-
ways for matches involving the French
stars. It didn't matter whether it was
Pierre Darmon, amateur Davis Cup hero,
or Francoise Durr, the quaint, bespectacled
Parisienne who is under contract to Amer-
ican promoter George MacCall.
At Wimbledon, there was as much weep-
ing when Britain's Roger Taylor, of the
Handsome Eight Professional troupe, was
beaten as when amateur hope Virginia
Wade was eliminated from the women's
All this is just as British tennis officials
wanted it to be. When they launched open
tennis - evens though at that time it
meant flouting international rules - they
said they were going to forget all about the
words professional and amateur. All com-
petitors were to be styled players.
Strangely enough, it's British tennis of-
ficials who are now embarrassed by the
"pro" and "amateur" labels. Behind the
scenes, they have to bargain with the pro-
moters to get the professional stars to
play in open tournaments.
Already MacCall has said that tlhe prize
money at Wimbledon must be increased
next year to make the tournament an eco-
nomic proposition for his professional stars.
Smaller British tournaments may have to
persuade sponsors to pour in more money,
to lure the pros.
Nevertheless, British tournament organ-
izers believe they are well on their way
toward their ultimate dream - a tennis
world where nobody talks about profes-
sionals and amateurs any more.
John Eaton Griffith, Britain's long-
serving delegate to the International Lawn
Tennis Federation who led the fight for
open tennis, sticks to his prophecy.,
"In five years' time, every tournament
will be open and the world will have for-
gotten that professionals were once a sep-
arate body," he said.
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CAMPUS APTS., Ambassador Co., 761-
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TWO SISTERS looking for an apt, for
fall With one or two other girls. Call
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CHICAGO (4P) - Eddy Stanky
resigned yesterday as manager1
of the Chicago White Sox.
Les Moss was to lead the team
in last night's and today's games.c
Al Lopez will take over begin-
ning tomorrow for the rest of thei
season and for all next season, a
White Sox spokesman said.
Stanky, 50, succeeded Lopez atl
the start of the 1966 season. He
originally signed a three-yearI
contract which last year was torn'
up and extended for another year,
presumably through the 1970 sea-
During an 11-year major league
playing career, the native Phila-
delphian played with the Chicago
Cubs, the Brooklyn Dodgers, the
New York Giants, the Boston-
Braves and the St. Louis Cardi-
pilot Stanky resigns
Lopez guided the White Sox to
the American Leaguo pennant in
1959. In 1954, he piloted the.
Cleveland Indians to the pennant
only to see the Tribe lose four
straight to the New York Giants
in the World Series.
His 1959 White Sox lost the
World Series to the Los Angeles
Dodgers in six games. In 15 years
as a major league manager, Lopez'
teams finished second nine times.
Coach Grover Resinger an-
nounced his resignation late yes-
terday in order to "allow the new
manager to appoint anyone he
Resinger and all the other
members of the coaching staff
were given an opportunity to re-
main with the club. The others,
including Moss, were Kerby Far-
rell and Marv Grisson.
Under Stanky, the White Sox
led the AL last year in a tight
pennant race through the end of
July. However, although they re-
mained in contention, they slump-
ed in the final week and finished
in fourth place, three games be-
hind the winner, Boston.
Stanky is the second big league
manager to be replaced in the
past three days. On Wednesday,
Hank Bauer of Baltimore was
fired and his successor, coach
Earl Weaver, was named Thurs-
droom apts, for fall. New build-
From $200. Call Summit Asso-
s 761-8055. C19
r sale. $15/mo.
235 for further
, dishes, cloth-
bbott St., Ann
apt. with one
ed. $75/mo. NO
ttens, 8 weeks
410 OBSERVATORY. Fall occupancy.
Modern 4 man 2 bedroom apt. with
wail to wall carpeting throughout.
new furnishings, air-pond., covered
parking, modern kitchen and laun-
dry facilities. Days: 662-7787. Eves:
A 761-1498. C33
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,&partment $62 per man.
$248 per apartment. Call days 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRM$.)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for Sept.
Prefer working girl. 1 bedroom, 2'
man apt., air conditioned. $80. 524
Packard, No. 1. 769-4774. 05
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED 2-bdrm. apt.
and 1 single room with kitchen fa-
cilities. Call after 6 p.m. NO 2-0480
or 533-1993. C20
1346 GEDDES. Large newly furnished,
carpeted rooms for men. No cooking.
$50-65. NO 8-6906. 037
GIRL NEEDED for 3 man, 3 bdrm. apt.
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campus, with all the
inquiries. From $190 per month. Call
Summit.Associates at 761-8055. C18
315 S. Division
On campus - Large furnished studio
two man apartments. Managed by
Walden Management Co.
2 BDRM. modern, 1 block from Bus.
Ad. or law school. Air-cond., park-
ing provided. $220 per mo.
101 N. Ingalls, near Frieze and
Rackham Buildings. Apt. 1, open 1-5
daily. 2 bdrm., large, modern, and
nicely furnished, for 3 or 4. Parking
Available Aug. 20. Days: 761-5159,
eves, 665-2398 or 662-5469. C28
GOYA 12 STRING-Good condition.
Case included, Goes to best offer,
over $130.00. Inquire at 723 Church.
8-9 p.m. Ask for Bill. B41I
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
AUTO-ROKUNAR 28mm/2.8 wideangle
for NIKON F with meter coupling.
Only been used a month. Case.
lenshood and case. $60 cash. Call1
Richard Lee, 665-3838 or 764-0562. B
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1967 KAWASAKI 250, Extras. Call663-!
0470 persistently. Z4
YAMAHA 100-Twin. $200 or best offer.
Good condition-Must sell. 761-8570.
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'65 YAMAHA 80. $145. 7300 miles. Lock
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ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor. Michigan
AC 313 761-4146J
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
nals, PHIL BROWN
Only 5'8", 160 pounds, Stanky
left his mark as a fiery compe-
titor and a great second baseman
who played In three World Series BRITISH OPEN:
with three different teams-the
Lodgers, the Biraves ana
Stanky's first experience;
major league manager was
the St. Louis Cardinals, a
as a Casper slips, maintainslead
swi By The Associated Press
418 E. Washington
near Frieze & Angell Hall
Clean modern building, beautiful
furniture, balcony, air-conditioning,
sound-proof, laundry, storage, j
large study hall,
1 Bedroom for 2 or 3
For information and appointments call
NO 8-6906 or 761-2943
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
A NURSE and two physical therapy
students needs a fourth roommate
for the fall. Modern apartment, close
to hospitals and campus. Call 665-
0889 for information. CD
1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 2-5 people,
Fully furnished, air-conditioned, bal-
conies. parking, close to campus.
Rents start at $65 per person. For
this and other fine campus apts. call
Summit Associates, 761-8055. C25
. .1YC11 O , +L . f 111G . ,
chain, basket. 665-9678. Z2
1966 YAMAHA, 100 cc, 2 cylinder dual ROOM AND BOARD
exhaust. A-1 condition. $295. 453-9374
(local). Z3 FREE ROOM and BOARD in exchange
_____________________ -- for evening babysitting. One 10 yr.
'66 HONDA 90 step through. $235. Just old. 971-0149 after 5 p.m. E13
tuned. 761-1308 11-1 or 4-7. Z48
DETROIT OP) -The Detroit
Lions of the National Football
League last night signed South-
ern California hurdler Earl
McCullouch to a contract. He
was a first-round draft pick of
the Lions this year. Terms of
the contract were nod disclosed.
which ended in his fourth season
in 1955. Stanky then went into
front office work with the Cardi-
nals and the New York Mets be-
tween turns as a major league
HE COULD WIN
Perhaps the best description of
stanky, was coined by the late
Branch Rickey, who said, "Stan-
ky can't field, can't hit, can't run
-all he can do is beat you."
Sunday, July 14, 12:30 p.m.
North Campus Commons
Sponsor: Ann Arbor Motorcycle Assoc.
'67 SUZUKI 55 cc, step through, low
mileage, just tuned. $165. 769-3149.
FOR SALE - 1965 BMW R65S. Excel.
cond. Call 663-7273 or collect 1-881-
1966 HONDA CB160. Excellent cond.
3500 miles. Best offer around $300.
769-0927 or 1-646-3947. Z35
PHI ALPHA KAPPA, 1010 E. Ann near
medical complex is now serving meals
5 days a wk. through Aug. 22. Board-
ers desired. Lunches 90c, dinners $1.65.
If interested please call Dick Hui-
bregtse 761-5491. E12
Here is an opportunity to sell your
art work to the public. Phone 482-
5159 between 9 a.m. and 1 pm. and
eves. after 7 p.m. M2
FREE PUPPY to good home. Call 665-
2181. after 5. M50
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - Bill
Casper stumbled to a two-over-
par 74 yesterday for 214 and held
a precarious one-stroke lead over
New Zealander Bob Charles after
54 holes in the British Open Golf
Championship. The left-handed
Charles shot a 71 for 215.
Casper began the third round
over the wind-whipped, 7,252-
yard Carnoustie course with 140
and a four-stroke lead over Char-
les and two young British pros,
Brian Barnes and Tony Jacklin.
Charles, who won this event in
1963, missed a nine-foot putt on
the final hole which would have
thrown him into a tie.
Gary Player of South Africa
finished with a tremendous shot
from the rough, almost stiff, to
the 18th pin for a birdie and a
37-34-71 which put him on 216,
level par for the route.
America's other two major
threats-Jack Nicklaus and Ar-
nold Palmer-remained in strong
contention but failed to cut too
deeply 'into the space separating
them from the top.
Palmer, starting the day eight
seen In NFL
By The Associated Press
New talks aimed at settling the
differences b e t w e e n National
Football League players and own-
ers appeared in the offing yester-
day but just when and where was
Arthur Modell, president of the
NFL, said in Cleveland he had
not yet received a telegram from
John Gordy, president of the NFL
Players Association, calling for
new negotiations, but said "of
course we'll sit down and continue
Gordy, a Detroit offensive
guard, at a Los Angeles news con-
ference, accused club owners of
attempting to break up the play-
er's group and said he had sent
a telegram to Modell requesting
shots off the pace, fired an even
par 72, and Nicklaus, five shots
bacl, came in with a 73 as most
of the gallery of 12,000 swarmed
onto the course to watch the four-
way battle for the lead.
Nicklaus had to close with a
rousing birdie for his one-over-par
round which gave him a 54-hole
total of 218 and the temporary
lead. Palmer was two shots far-
ther back at 220.
A total of seven Americans man-
aged to survive the third round
cut which saw the field slashed to
the low 45 shooters and ties, but
most were out of contention.
Beside Casper, Nicklaus and
Palmer, they were Gay Brewer of
Dallas, the 1967 U.S. Open cham-
pion; Doug Sanders of Ojai, Cal.;
Bert Yancey, the former West
Pointer from Tallahassee; and
Hubby Habjan, a 36-year-old club
pro from Chicago.
"It's anybody's guess who is
going to win," said Casper, after
his frustratinground. "The cham-
pionship has, really hotted up. I
wouldn't like to suggest a win-
Casper said he felt his round
yesterday was as good as his
record 68 the day before except
on the greens. "The big differ-
ence was the putts-I couldn't get
them to drop," he said. He took
Mr. K. L. Chatters
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T AUTO-ROKUNAR 28mm/2.8 wideangle
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S665-9345. N6 Only been used a month. Case, lens-
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'65 CORVAIR. $500 and it's yours. Call GUILD & ESTRADA 12 string guitars.
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1959 MERCEDES 220. AM/FM radio,
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Instruments and accessories, new and
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offer. Call 665-8330 after 5:30 p.m. 665-8001. 10 a.m.-7 p.m X
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MGA-1600. Black w/red. Mech. good,
body fair. $550. 665-3135. N1
'64 ALPHA RED SPIDER. Leaving for
California. Must sell, best offer. 8-5
call 764-9494, after 5:30 call 761-5887,
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED-2 man apt. from Aug. 25 to
Dec. 25 by 2 grad students. Call 769-
VISITING BRITISH scholar needs 3-4
bedroom house near campus and ele-
mentary school, Please call 764- 285