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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 8, 1968

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

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

FOR RENT

LINES 1 day
2 .65
3 .85
-4 1.05
5 1.20
6 1.40
7 1.55
8 1.70
9 1.85
10 2.00
INCHES
1 2.00
2 3.75
3 -5.35
4 6.85
5 8.25

2 day
1.25
1.65'
2.60
2.30
2.60
2.90
3.20
3.50
3.80
7.30
10.40
13.35
16.25

3 day
1.80
2.40
2.90
3.35
3.80
4.25
4.70
5.10
5.50
5.50
10.60
15.20
19.65
-24. 15

4 day
2.30
3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.55
6.15
6.70
7.15
7.15
13.75
,19.60
25.75
31.85

5 dov
2.80
3.75
4.55
5.30
6.05
6.80
7.50
8.20
8,75
8.75
16.75
23.95
31.50
39.35

6 day
3.25
4.tt35
. 5.30
6.20
7.10
8.00
8.80
9.60
10.25
10.25
19.55
28.20
37.15
X46.55

add.
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.60
.75
.90
1.00
1.10
1.2C
1.30
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are of 1 /z, 21, 31, etc. Inch size will
average of the lower and higher inch rate. .

be billed at the

FOR RENT
CAMPUS
UU Oakland Aots.
Large, large, large
2 and 3 bdrm apts. for 3-6 people
Some with separate study or den.
New, modern, fully furnished, balconies,
reserved parking.
Rent starts at $60 per person
' Available August 15
Also opening for building manager
1000 Oakland Ave.
NO 2-9892
C38
2 FEMALES looking for senior or grad
to fill 3-man, 2 bdrm., luxury ap
Call 761-0096 or 761-3484. C39
NEED ROOMMATE, for 2-man apt. 1
block from campus. Fall. Call Bruce,
UN 4-0575, Detroit 6-8 p.m. C40
ONE HIP CHICK needed to be a third
in an on-campus 4 man. dall Karen
761-8032-keep trying. C20
WANTED: Grad student. or U staff
member to share air conditioned 2
bedroom town house. August 22. Call
761-3206 after 5. C16
GIRL to share house on F. University
around corner from Arb, Reasonable.
Call Andrea after 6 at 665-6256. 021
3 MAN 2 BDRM. with central air-
cond., balcony & dishwasher, Excel-
lent Geddes location. Call 665-0154.
C27

FOR RENT
CAMPUS AREA
Arbassador Co., 761-7982 1-5 daily. C17
FALL APTS.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.);
CALL
Summi
Assoc.
Open Mon.-Sat. - 9:30-5:00
761-8055
C42
ST. JOE HOSPITAL area. 2 bdrm. 3
man fully carpeted, air-cond. Call
665-0154.' 030
1317 Wilmot
Furnished two bedroom apartments
now being leased for fall occu-
pancy.
Excellent campus location. Easily
accommodates four at $62.50 a
man.
For an appointment to~ see call
Wal1den Mqnagement Co.
769-2345
029
AVAILABLE FOR FALL: 2 bedroom $155
to $165. 2 bedroom $200 to $285. For
information call 665-9405. Patrick J.
Pulte Inc. 214 E. Huron. C19
GRAD., SERIOUS STUDENT or STAFF
MEMBER to share 2-bdrm., newly
furnished luxury apt. Lots of quiet
privacy. Reasonable. 8-month basis.
Call 761-2023 eves,
SHARE A HOUSE for four. Packard-
State area. Large house, big closets,
2 baths, basement,p arking. Need 3
senior, grad, or working girls. Own
bedroom. Kitchen and bedrooms fur-
nished, rest left to our imagination
and whimsy. Call Suzy, 662-6915. C35
FOR MAN, single ,clean, quiet, linens,
no cooking, lease, 723 Packard near
State. C33
BI-LEVEL with fireplace, 3 bdrm., near
Frieze Bldg., 2 balconies, 2 air-cond.
Call 665825. 029
ATTRACTIVE, modern, furnished four-
man apt. in new apt. building. Carpet,
air-cond., off street parking. Call
NO 2-7730. 08
ROOMMATE WANTED - Female grad
student wants girl to share nice,
well-located, older apt. Write Jane
Ferguson, 60 Howell, Hillsdale, Mich.,
or call 517-437-7351.
019
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. JOE'S
' FRIEZE BUILDING
2 bedroom apts. for fall. New build-
ings. From $200. Call Summit Asso-
ciates 761-8055. 019

1700 Geddes
For Fall
4-man, bi-level, with dishwasher, 1%
baths, 2 air-conditioners, very large
rooms, all masonry construction as-
sures privacy, beautifuly furnished
and located on the right side of the
campus. Call 665-8825,
Charter Realty
1335 S. University
C50
1335 GEDDES
FALL OCCUPANCY
Spacious, modern two-bedroom apart-
ment with:
*air-conditioning
*wall-to-wall carpeting
*new furnishings
*completely separate kitchen
*laundry, parking, & storage
*excellent campus & hospital loca-
tion
$240/mo, including heat and water
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662--7787 until 9 p.m. Eves.: 761-1498
037
HARITON HOUSE
121-723 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.dLet's just say they are
SPACIOUS, QUIET, AND ELEGANT.
Four man apartment $62 per man.
$248 per apartment. Call days 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
P.S. We have room for students to
complete 4-man apts. C41
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 WALL ST. FOR FALL
Ideal for Medical Center and Hospital
New, furnished, all conveniences,
dishwashers, undercover parking,
2 bdrm., 3-4 man,-
Call 761-5692 or 769-1432
C16
MADISON APARTMENTS
Only 2 left:'
j Largest 4-man
* Central air-conditioning
0 Sun Terrace
* Balcony
* Storage
* Laundry
* Parking1
.24-hr. service
* 50 yds. to Union
Some 2 and 3 man at COLONY
AMBASSADOR CO
736 Packard 761-7982
C11
HILL STREET
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern 2-bedroom apartment includes
* air-conditioning
* wall-to-wall carpeting
* new furnishingu
* modern kitchen with disposal
* laundry, parking, & storage
* $195 per month including heat
and ,water
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662--7787$until 9 p.m. Eves.: 761-1498
C38
SUMMER SUBLET
SUBLET III-B--Modern, air-cond., 2.
man. Close to campus, soundproof.
Call 769-4066. U015
SUMMER HALF. Terrific air-cond. apt.
Very cheap. Call 769-5525. U8
I GIRL NEEDED for Aug. sublet. 3 man
3 bdrm. apt. $45. 769-1235. U15
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
TV, balcony, own bdrm. I block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
HAVE YOUR own room' in 4 bdrm.
house. $40/mo. Call Nemo, 769-1247.
U23

HELP WANTED
WANTED - Male undergraduate to
assist professor (in wheelchair) in re-
turn for room and board. Call 761-9034
after 5. H30
PAGING OPERATOR - Part-time posi-
tion at University Hospital. Hours are
from 11:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. on Sat-
urday and Sunday. Minimum of $2.13
per hour to start. Contact Medical
Center Personnel Office, A6004 Uni-
versity Hospital or phone 764-2172.
H23
MALE GRAD student 25 or older want-
ed as part-time (weekends) cook in
residential facility on N. Campus.
Call 662-1927, after 7 pm. H31
FEMALE WANTED: part-time survey
asst. to help conduct consumer re-
search in market studies. Would as-
sist in conducting research at one cen-
tral location. Two days per month.
Responsible for contacting people to
participate in these surveys. Can use
own phone for this. Pays $175/mo.
plus expenses. Ideal for student wives.
Call 761-4361. H30
NEED MONEY?
Be a sales representative for a soco-
politico-satirical new poster line.
Ideal for individuals and organiza-
tions. Write for complete poster
profit kit: GROSS NATIONAL PRO-
DUCT, Box 427, Wayzata, Mn. 55391.
H8
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Electrical-acoustical instruments, re-
pairs, lessons. 209 S. State, 665-8001.
10 a.m.-7 p.m. X
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001. 10-7
p.m. X
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories - new
and used. Lessons, repairs, 209 S.
State. 665-8001,.10 a.m.-7 p.m. X
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
BANJOS. GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BUSINESS SERVICES
INTELLIGENT, personable woman with
extensive business experience desires
challenging position, Executive se-
cretarial skills plus Interested in peo-
ple, researching reports, compiling
data. Excellent references. Call be-
tween 8 and 11 a.m. 665-6094. J17
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 rofdocuments). Immediate
service during business hours only
8 per page. s. Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 769-0560. JJ
Creative Photography
Weddings, parties, candid and formal
portraits. Professional quality at stu-
dent rates. Call 769-2288 days, and
769-0868 evenings .J1
DON'T TSK IT .
TASK IT'
Typing-theses and term papers our
specialty; IBM typewriters; executive
type and justified copy available.
Transcription - Medical, technical,
business, conferences
Printing - Mimeograph, offset,
Photocopying.
Composition and Art Work
Stuffing, mailing and addressing
Resumes
Telephone answering
(Pick-up and delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

DOMESTICALLY INEPT male Daily
night editor would like some assis-
tance in repairing a very near and
dear pair of slacks, a seam of which
has fallen upon bad days. If you can
sew (or are willing to expirement)
and feel either humanitarian or ma-
ternal urges to help one in afore-
mentioned need, call Ron at 764-
0552: FC
SET YOURSELF APART!!! Don't join
another of those wishy-washy, hum-
drum organizations. This year "ele-
vate" yourself by "aviating"! Join the
elite at.Ann Arbor Aero Service's U-M
Flying Club, 665-6136, FE
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. 1 F17
MASSAGE. By appointment. Private
and community sauna rooms. Axtn
Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. 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.
769-0560. F18
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

PERSONAL
IF YOU WANT custom sandals fitted
to the feet regardless of size ...35
styles or design your own . . . at
one low price, $15.00-within 4 days,
try Lloyd's

-218 E. Washington
1:30-9 p.m.

663-9410
F7

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN

SUMMER SOFTBALL:
Psych. squad takes IM1' crown
The summer softball program
came to a dramatic close last
night on South Ferry Field with. .
final games in three of four
brackets.
Psychology B' came out the }
big winner, trimming the Bio-
engineering squad 3-1 behind sr 2. t
pitcher Bill McKeachie, scoring
runs in the first, third and fourth ?'w:
innings. The losers got a futile
tally in the seventh. $.h " ***
The Intruders topped the sec- . . .{
ond bracket with a 15-0 blitzing ,<h>$; "? {
of the Cinderella Social Psychol-
ogy team. Social Psych. gained
the final with some remarkable
luck, and was hardly favored.
Top spot in the third bracket = j:< ..'f{.r *
went to Campus Corner on a 23-5
clubbing of Psych. 'A'. The Hur- A
ricanes took the fourth title last
week, dumping the ME's 11-2.

4

BILL McKEACHIE, ace righthander and erstwhile chairman of
.the Psychology Department, fires it home in last night's cham-
pionship game for the summer softball title. Dr. McKeachie ig-
riored 'the runner on second, concentrated on the man at the
plate, and allowed only one run in his team's victory.

4.

Coming Back in the Fall
GARGOYLE
The Student Humor Magazine
to be IN in the Fall-
buy GARGOYLE
NO Student can be without one

SINGLE ROOM for male grad student,
with kitchen, share with 2 others.
665-0146. C23
NEAR the Law School, Large bi-level
with 11,2 baths, dishwasher, 2 air-
cond. AA masonry construction. 665-
0154. C31
721 S. FOREST - Open. 2 bdrm. furn-
ished air-cond., masonry construct-
ion assures privacy. One corner and
one interior apt. left for Aug. 20 oc-
cupancy. Campus 1 block, parking
provided, laundry facilities, storage
space, outer door locked at all times,
ideal for 4 adults. Inquire resident
manager apt. 102 and phone 663-6052
or 662-5489.
839 TAPPAN - One apt, left, 2 bdrm.
FALL RENTAL
STATE STREET
MANOR
1111S. State St.
(Across from Yost Field House)
Modern, furnished, 3 - 4 man, air-
conditioned, newly furnished, bal-
conies, ample parking, garbage dis-
posals, LOW RENT, owner operated.
CALL 761-5692 or
769-1432
C18
furnished, priced at $220. Inquire at
101 N. Ingalls to see.
101 N. INGALLS - back of Rackham
Bldg. Open daily. 2 bdrm, furnished.
For this and other 2 bdrm. campus
locations stop in. Priced from $220
per mo.' heat and water furnished.
Or phone 761-5159 or eve. 662-5469.
C25
ACROSS from Stockwell. Large bi-
level apt., air-cond., with dishwasher,
11 baths. Call 665-0154. Ch8
ROOMMATE WANTED for fall. Prefer
working girl or grad student. Close
to campus. Call 769-5857 after 6. C15

BLOOD DONORS
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
PHOTO SUPPLIES
WHITT1AUER Cine-Twin camera-pro-
jector with case and accessories. Elec-
tric drive. 4-lens turrent. Like new.
Firse reasonable offer accepted. Call
761-2023 eves.
NIKON F accessories: Auto-Rokunar
28mm/f2.8; Auto-Vivitar 135mm/f2.8;
Komura 2x-3x zoom adaptor; $60, $50,
$30 respectively, or $110 all three.
Also Braun F40 electronic flash $40
and Honeywell Auto-Strobonar, 660
automatic electronic flash $80. Call
Richard Lee 764-0562 or 665-3838. DA
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'68 HONDA SUPERHAWK. Must sacri-
fice. Excellent appearance and opera-
tion. Many extras. 665-5414 after 4.
Z16
TRIUMPH T110 650. Very clean. Call
769,2198 between 5 and 7. Z17
1967 HONDA 50 Step Through. Excel-
lent cond. Low mileage. Call 761-
8221. Z15
HONDA 305. Low milage, many spare
parts. Mechanic owned. 971-2885.
WHITE HONDA 90 Step-thru. Only 460.
In! excellent cond. Must sell immedi-
ately. Call 769-1729 anytime. Z14
1966 TRIUMPH Bonneville. Excellent
condition. 663-3972, after 6:30, N32
YAMAHA 100-Twin. $200 or best offer.
Good condition-Must sell. 761-8570,
ask for Paul, Zi
FOR SALE - 1965 BMW R658. Excel.
cond. Call 663-7273 or collect 1-881-
1350. Z46
FOR SALE
MIKE, boys 3-speed, English. 761-1343.
B10
PHILCO AIR-CONDITIONER, 5000 BTU,
2 years old. $40. Call 761-2976. B11
HIDE-A-BED couch $40, chair $20. Call
morning or eves. 769-1075. B9
MUST SELL: huge desk, dhest of draw-
ers, tables, double bed, stereo, rugs,
scale, ironing board, etc. Cheap!
663-7433. B8
WINES-FORSYTHE attractive 3 bdrm.
ranch, completely finished basement,
walking distance to grade and junior
high. Near playground, bus. Owner
leaving state. $21,900, assumption of
511 percent mortgage possible. Avail-
able immediately. 1225 Creal Crescent
761-0251. B7
FOR SALE: double bed, bureau, large
bookcase, 4-man umbrella tent. 769-
1129 eves and weekends. B6
VILLAGER TYPE clothes, sizes 10, 12,
14. Heels 8-8%, records. 769-3241. B5
NIKON F accessories: Auto-Rokunar
28mm/f2.8; Auto-Vivitar 135mm/f2.8;
Komura 2x-3x zoom adaptor; $60, $50,
$30 respectively, or $110 all three.
Also Braun F40 electronic flash $40
and Honeywell Auto-Strobonar 660
automatic electronic flash $80. Call
Richard Lee 764-0562 or 665-3838. FA

-Daily-Richard Lee
THAT BIG SWING went for naught, but it's the effort that counts. The Bio-engineering bats-
men couldn't get a run until the seventh, when they already trailed by three. Chuck Hawkins;
who had previously recorded the only shutout in a regular game, opposed Bill McKeachie and
absorbed the mound loss.
Montreal seekingfunds;
fearlosingNL franchise

CHARMING HOUSE on Greenwood
needs 2 grad women to help share.
Call Cathy after 5 p.m. 665-2170. C6
ROOMS and 3-MAN APTS. Best cam-
pus locations, men or women. In-
quire at 1108 Hill or call 761-4587.
C50
FALL RENTALS
New, furnished efficiency units for
1 or 2 persons. $130 and $140. 662-2260
or Ypsi 483-9895. C49
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's Store
Has Genuine LEVI'S Galore
For GALS and GUYS
---JUST ARRIVED-
LEVI'S FOR GALS!
NEW STYLES AND
COLORS GALORE!
BUTTON FLY LEVI'S $5.29
(Guoranteed 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

For FalI
THE WALDEN MANAGEMENT CO.
Has apartments in the campus
area for 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 persons,
with the choice of an 8 or 12-
mronth lease.
FOR INFORMATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT FOR SHOWING
CALL 769-2345
C31
THENBS
C *A M PUS
APTS. t
FALL 1968
NEW, FURNISHED,
AIR CONp., CLOSE IN
STUDENT APARTMENTS
DAHLMAN N
APARTMENTS
Office: 545 Church
761-7600 days
02
1337 WI LMOT
1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 2-5 peopie
Fully furnished, air-conditioned, bal-
conies, parking, close to campus.
Rents start at $65 per person. For
this and other fine campus apt. cai
Summit Associates, 761-8055. C25
315 S. Division

WANTED TO RENT I
STUDENT IN NURSING needs single
accommodations or is willing to share
with other students beginning next
semester. Call Ellen. 769-3842 eves.
LD
ROOM WANTED, centrally located sin-
gle for male, undergrad student in
private home, for fall term. Call Bob
France after 6 :30, 769-2847. L27
WANTED-2 man apt. from Aug. 25 to
Dec. 25 by 2 grad students. Call 769-
2434. L34

AC 313 761-4146 1
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187. 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director

ROOM AND BOARD
LARGE TWO BEDROOM apartment or
house for around $200. Please contact
Larry or Bill at 665-7286. EC
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.
11 interested please call Dick Hui-
bregtse 761-5491. E12
. PETS AND SUPPLIES
CALICO CAT Free to good home. Beau-
tifully marked and trained to box. Call
483-5973 after Noon.
3 NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS: female,
2 yrs, old.;mnales, 5 & 6 mos. Beautiful-
ly marked, excellent with children.
Must sacrifice. Call 728-2506.
HELP WANTED
SALES.
Man or woman. Sales position avail-
able for full time year round employ-
ment. Call for interview, 9-5:30, Cam-
elot Bros. 1119 S. University, NO 3-1920.
H46
WANTED: Subjects between 21 and 30
years of age for a special medication
study. Must be available full time
Mon.-Sat. for a 2% week period. Call
764-9131. H41
CHILDREN'S TEACHERS with appro-
priate background for Jewish cul-
tural Sunday School in Ann Arbor.
Phone 761-8743 for appointment. H38
HELP WANTED: part-time Gregg
short-hand teacher for local business

3j

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Gray and white tiger kitten,
pink band around neck, 4th and Ca-
therine area. Rod Colts, 663-3852, re-
ward. A32
LOST: Brown alligator briefcase on
Tues., July 30 between Washington
and Williams on State St. Reward.
Call anytime, 668-6938. A31
FLUFFBOTTOM our cat is lost. Dark
brown and tan tabby, dark line
around eyes, tan nose, black hind
legs. Lost vicinity State, White, Pack-
ard. He is allergic to many foods and
will get sick, only owners know pro-
per care. Urgently request informa-
tion. Please call 764-7423 or 662-1344.
A30
USED CARS
TRIUMPH TR4, 1965. Red convertible,
excellent cond. Radio and heater,
white side walls 4-speed Tonneau.
Only 1300. 838.4094. N43
1954 FORD, power steering, auto, trans.
r and h, less than 59,000 mi., out-
standing cond. 1 owner, leaving area.
$125. 665-6420. N44
1960 FORD FAIRLANE, $150. 663-0749
after 5. N45
1961 FORD GALAXIE automatic, power
steering, $250. 663-0749 after 5. N46
1967 CADILLAC HEARSE. 50.000 miles,
$300. Call Starkweather, 426-4961 eves,
Sat. N41
'53 MG-TD, cream puff cond. recond.
body and engine, very reasonable at
$1400. Bloomfield Hills, 642-9147. N42
PONTIAC 1960 Catalina 4-door sedan.
Power brakes, automatic transmission,
must sell, $50 or best offer. 769-4049.

MONTREAL (Ph)-Racing against
time, officials and sponsors of
Montreal's beleaguered National
League francise will meet again.
tonight after apparently coming
up with few answers yesterday to
problems that could cost the city
the team.
"Our main problem is time,"
said Mayor Jean Drapeau after
emerging fgrom the all-day meet-
ing, also attended by league pres-
ident Warren Giles and John Mc-
Hale, administrative assistant to
Commissioner William D. Eckert.
"I would think there will be a
Montreal baseball franchise,"
Giles said after yesterday's 90-
minute morning meeting. "But
they have until Aug. 15, We didn't
acomplish as much as we Would
have liked to.",
On Aug. 15 financial backers
will have to put up a first pay-
ment of $1,120,000 to keep the
franchise awarded to Montreal
last May 27.
"The period of time we have to
execute everything' is so short,"
the mayor said. "We're working
against the clock."
The mayor would not name the
specific problems confronting the
sponsors and the city, but" we
both want the same thing-the
best solution for everybody,"
Rumor of olf
revolt refuted,
AKRON, Ohio (P)-A spokesman
for profesional golfers spiked re-
ports of a possible player revolt
last night against the Professional
Golfer's Association.
"We are going to play straight
through. There will be no boys
cott," said Sam Gates, a New
York Attorney who represents the
touring pros.
Gates made the announcement
after a closed meeting with more
than 10 golfers here to compete
in the American Golf Classic.
Ir lI

DETROIT (P)-Bill Freehan's
two-run double capped a three-
run Detroit rally in the first in-
ning and the front-running Ti,
gers defeated Cleveland 6-1 last
night after completing a 5-2 vic-
tory in a game suspended the
night before,
After John Wyatt retired the
Indians in the ninth inning of
the suspended game, making that
victory official, the Tigers jumped
on Sam McDowell, Cleveland's
starter in the regularly scheduled
contest.
Mickey Stanley opened with an
infield hit and then McDowell
walked Dick Tracewski. When the
first pitch to Al Kaline was a
ball, Eddie Fisher relieved Mc-
Dowell, who has been troubled by
asore elbow.
'Kaline singled for one run and
Freehan followed with his double,
scoring two mor, and giving Earl
Wilson a quick bulge. Willie Hor-
ton added his 27th homer and
Dave Campbell hit his first in the
'eighth.
Campbell, a Michigan alumnus
brought up recently from the Tiger
farm club at Toledo, cracked his
first major league home run into
the lower deck in left-center field.
He had hit 24 before being
brought up to the parent club.
Wilson picked up his 10th vic-
tory against nine losses. He blank-
ed Cleveland on six hits until the
seventh and then Daryl Patterson
finished up.
Wyatt, picking up, where he left
off Tiedav. set down Cleveland

into the left field stands. It in-
creased his American League-
leading runs batted in total to 93.
The White Sox scored all their
runs in the second when singles
by Tommy Davis, Duane Joseph-
son and Dick Kenworthy filled
the bases with none out.
Major League
Standigs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L ,Pct. GB
Detroit 70 41 .631 -
Baltimore 63 47 -.573 61"-2
Boston 60 51, .541 10
Cleveland 60 54 .526 113,
Oakland 56 54 .599 133
New York 51 56 .477 17
Minnesota 51 58 .468 18
California 52 60 .464 18%
Chicago 47 61 .435 21%
Washington 40 68 .370 28%
Yesterday's Results
Boston 3, Chicago 2
Detroit 5, Cleveland 2, completion
of Tuesday night's suspended
game
Detroit 6, Cleveland 1
California 4, Washington 2
New York 3-3, Oakland 0-4, 2gmd
Baltimore 3-9, Minnesota, 0-6, twi-
night
Today's Games
Cleveland at Detroit, night
California at Washington, night
Oakland at New York, night
Boston vs. Chicago at Milwaukee
night
Minnesota at Baltimore, twilight
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis 73 40 .646 -
Atlanta 59 54 .522 14
Chicago 59 54 .522 14
Cincinnati 56 52 .519 141

The mayor said a plan to put
a roof over the 25,000 seat -Auto-
stade, built for Expo 67, is "close
to being. rejected.
"It would be too costly for its
purpose. If it could be done for
a cheaper price,. it would be all
right."

A

Tigers whip Indians,6-1;
Campbell hits first homer

He said he hoped he could pro-
vide some answers after today's
meeting, scheduled for 5 p.m.,
EDT.
w"We would liked to have ac-
complished more but there are
many problems that have to be
ironed out," the mayor said.

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