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Seaturday, August 10, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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

FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHT:
Pros begin crowded schedule

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.
FOR RENT
GRAD COUPLE seeks same to share
beautiful, furnished, large suburbah
house. 10-15 min. drive to campus.
Modern kitchen, large yard, 2 car
garage. Near Fox Village Theater..
Only $135. Call Paul or Jean, 761-4166.
C2
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share 2 bdrm.
3 man. 769-0740. C3
MALE ROOMMTE NEEDED for vacancy
in roomy 2 man. Campus location.
$65/mo. 1 yr. lease, call 769-4827 or
761-2441. C4
CAMPUS
1000 Oakland Apts.
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
038

FOR RENT
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
Walden Management Co.
769-2345
c29

FOR RENT

FALL APTS.
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)
CALL
Summit
Assoc.

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
WANTED: Grad student or U staff
member to share air conditioned 2
bedroom town house. August 22. Call
761-3206 after 5. C16
3 MAN 2 BDRM. with central air-
cond., balcony & dishwasher. Excel-
lent Geddes location. Call 665-0154.
C27
NEAR the Law School. Large bi-level
with 1% baths, dishwasher, 2 air-
cond. All masonry construction. 665-
0154. C31
721 S. FOREST - Open. 2 bdrm. furn-
ished air-cond., masonry construct-
in 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 663-60521
or 662-5469.
839 TAPPAN - One apt, left, 2 bdrm
FALL RENTAL
STATE STREET
MANOR
1111 S. 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.

Open Mon.-Sat. - 9:30-5:00
761-8055
C42
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
ATTRACTIVE, modern, furnished four-
man apt. in new apt. building. Carpet,
air-cond.; off street parking. Call
NO 2-7730. C8
ROOMMATE WANTED -Female grad
student wants girlpto share nice,
well-located, older apt. Write Jane
Ferguson, 60 Howell, Hillsdale, Mich.,
or call 517-437-7351.
C19
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. JOE'S
FRIEZE BUILDING
2 bedroom apts. for fall. New build-}
ings. From $200. Call Summit Asso-
ciates 761-8055. 019

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
016
2 GIRLS (srs. or grads) wanted for 4-
man bi-level apt. 511 E. Hoover.
Avail. Aug. 20. Carpeting, dishwasher,
air-cond., TV, stereo, parking. $60/mo.
Call Susan, 761-7844 or Sally, 662-
7746. C50
TIRED OF APT. LIVING? Rent a house
1 block N. of Stadium on commuter
bus route. 5-6 men, clean. Chris, 761-
7720. CC
NEED THIRD ROOMMATE for 2 bdrm,
apt. near campus. $66/mo. Spanish
speaker welcome. Call Liz Betts, 761-
4281. C1
203 N. INGALLS
Combining the charm of an older
home with the conveniences of a
modern apartment, this 3-bedroom
bi-level duplex includes:
0 living-room fireplace
4p separate dining room
0 completely modern kitchen
" double bathroom sinks
0 new furnishings and wall-to-
wall carpeting throughout
9 parking, storage and laundry
facilities
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron
662-7787 until 9 p.m. Sun. 761-1498
C43
AIR-CONDITIONED, 2-bedroom furn-
ished apt., 1 block to campus, com-
pletely carpeted and decorated. NO 2-
6751. C41
VISIT
The new South Univ. Forest branch of
Campus Management, Inc., 611% S.
Forest, directly behind Speed Queen
Laundramat and Whistle Stop Res-
taurant
F O R
Two Bedroom Apts.
Separate Kitchens
Newly Carpeted and Decorated
Air-Conditioned and New Furniture
$195 on Kingsley and Hill Streets
$240 1335 Geddes Apt. 4, Open to 9 p.m.
Rent includes heat and water
662-6751 662-7787
042
2 BDRM. FURNISHED APT. $180/mo,
Call 761-3815, C49
4TH MAN NEEDED for large 2-bdrm.
apt. Grad or Med student. $60/mo.
Close to hospital and campus. Call
761-8093 after 5 p.m. C48
THIRD ROOMMATE WANTED for fall.
Male undergrad to take over lease.
Call 769-5235 eves. C47
ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2-man
apt. Call 665-4842 after 5, $60/man.
C46
GRAD TO SHARE luxury apt, one
bdrm., 731 Packard No. 108. Pluhar
663-5557 or 761-5342. C44
WANTED: 3 roommates for apt. on
Brown St. Call Penny at noon or
after 5, 769-4961. C45
HARITON HOUSE
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 aparstment. Cal) days 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
P.S. We have room for students to
complete 4-man apts. C41

CALL 761-5692 or
769-1432 '

0181

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 $220
per mo. ,eat and water furnished.
Or phone 761-5159 or eve. 66$-5469.
C25
ACROSS from Stockwell. Large bi-
level apt., air-cond., with dishwasher,
1% baths. Call 665-0154. 028
ROOMMATE WANTED for fall. Prefer
working girl or grad student. Close
to campus. Call 769-5857 after 6. 015
ROOMS and 3-MAN APTS. Best cam-
pus locations, men or women. In-
quire at 1108 Hill or call 761-4587.
050
FALL RENTALS
New, furnished efficiency units for
1 or 2 persons. $130 and $140. 662-2260
or Ypsi 483-9895. C49
CAMPUS AREA
Ambassador Co., 761-7982 1-5 daily. 017
ST. 'JOE HOSPITAL area. 2 bdrm. 3
man fully carpeted, air-cond. Call
665-0154. C30
AVAILABLE FOR FALL: 1 bedroom $155
to $165. 2 bedroom $200 to $285. For
information call 665-9405. Patrick J.
Pulte Inc. 214 E. Huron. 019
BI-LEVEL with fireplace, 3 bdrm. near
Frieze Bldg., 2 balconies, 2 air-cond.
Call 665-8825. 029
FOR MAN, single ,clean, quiet, linens,
no cooking, lease, 723 Packard near
State. C33
BARGAIN CORNER
1

For Fall
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-
month lease.
FOR INFORMATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT FOR SHOWING
CALL 769-2345
C31
THE BEST
CAMPUS
APTS.
FALL 1968
NEW, FURNISHED,
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
STUDENT APARTMENTS'
DAH LMAN N
APARTMENTS
Office: 545 Church
761-7600 days
C2
1337 WILMOT
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. 025

HELP WANTED
SUBJECTS WANTED: Males who do
not weaer glasses for reading, to par-
ticipate in psychological experiment
on perception. $1.50 for one hour. Call
764-0430. H27
SALES
Man or woman. Sales position avail-
able for full time year round employ-
ment. Cali for interview, 9-5:30, Cam-
elot Bros. 1119 S. University, NO 3-1920.
H46
FOR SALE: 1 single bed and 1 unfin-
ished wooden desk, Best offerCall
769-4261. B12
GOODSEC. EXPERIENCE, no short-
hand, challenging position, available
now; salary commensurate with abil-
ity. Center for Russian and East Eur-
opean Studies. 764-0351. H42
NOW HIRING for full and part time
salesmen for the nation's largest
audio retail store (just 20 min. from
Ann Arbor). Experience in audio or
retail sales necessary. For Inform-
tion call Mr. Leinback BR3-8921, H24
TEACHERS: Positions various locations:
public, private schools. Cline Teach-
ers Agency, Box 607, East Lansing,
Mich. 48823. H36
COLLEGE MEN. Earn up to $3,000 this
summer as a management trainee.
Start Immediately. Call 769-0130. H3
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
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
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
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
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 Xeroxc2400 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
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 9
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilyn L. Keith, Director
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown alligator briefcase on
Tues., July 30 between Washington
and Williams on State St, Reward.
Call anytime, 668-6938. A31
USED CARS
CHEVY II, '63, 2 door, red, automatic
transmission, $330. Must sell immedi-
ately, 761-2436. N50
1950 TRIUMPH TR3 ex. cond. all new
parts and newly painted. Best offer
GA 1-2827. N48

1957 PLYMOUTH. Good cond. Call
Steve, 663-4462. Will bargain. N47
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
1957 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. Boomfield Hills, 642-9147. N42
VW-excel. cond., '63, Call 761-0826,
after 6 p.m. N7
PERSONAL
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
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new and
used. Lessons, repairs. 209 So. State.

PERSONAL
MASSAGE. By appointment. Private
and community sauna rooms. Ann
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
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
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK- BAGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
Coming Back in the Fall
GARGOYLE
The Student Humor Magazine
to be IN in the Fall-
buy GARGOYLE
NO Student can be without one
PHOTO SUPPLIES _
WHITTNAUER 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
HONDA SPORT 50. Perfect cond. $125.
769-5125 or 665-2106. Z22
HONDA SUPERHAWK 305, very good
cond. $450. Must sell. 426-8594. Z18
BMW R-27. Low mileage, excellent
cond., insurance, helmet included.
Call collect after6 . 1-229-6087. Z19
1966 YAMAIHA 80 cc., good cond. $145
-Cal 668-7626Z21
1964 HONDA SUPERHAWK, 5,200 mis.
$350. 665-2719. Z20
'66 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
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 R65S. Excel.
cond. Call 663-7273 or collect 1-881-
1350. Z46
FOR SALE
'66 SPRITE, green, radio. Excellent
cond. 663-8256 after 5. B13
BIKE, boys 3-speed, English. 761-1343.
B1
HIDE-A-BED couch $40, chair $20. Call
morning or eves. 769-1075, B9
MUST SELL: huge desk, chest 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
5 percent mortgage possible. Avail-
able immediately, 1225 Creal Crescent
761-0251. B7
VILLAGER TYPE clothes, sizes 10, 12,
14. Heels 8-8 , records. 769-3241. B5
FOR SALE: double bed, bureau, large
bookcase, 4-man umbrella tent. 769-
1129 eves and weekends. B6
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
MISCELLANEOUS
THE GIRL who came to our window
seeking Lennie, please call 769-2841.
1 M5
HEALTH FOODS and diet foods. 5231
N. Ashley, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (except
Sun.) NO 2-9541. M3
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. 129
TRANSPORTATION I
WHO WILL BE driving to San Fran-
cisco the end of Aug. and/or return-
ing about Sept. 5? Please call Reg-
ula 764-0430, days; 761-3990 after 6.
G39
A.A.-MEXICO CITY and beyond. Free
ride in exchange for driving. Call
665-6674 now. G38
WANTED: ride to Buffalo or Roches-
ter, N.Y. Any time after Aug. 16. Will
share expenses, 769-0896. G37
TEACHER to Seattle, Wash. Aug. 18
wantsriders to share expenses. Call
764-3018 eves. G35
WANTED TO RENT
MALE STUDENT desires a room for
fall, reasonably near campus. Reply

Big

Ten

to give ruling.

on alleged MSU violations

i
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TDelay action on
Michigan case
until December
The Big Ten will release Sun-
day a report of its investigation of
alleged athletic violations at
Michigan State. John Dewey, con-
ference examiner, said yesterday
the report would include a ruling
made by Big Ten athletic directors
in their meeting, last week. ,
Dewey hinted the penalties
would "not amount to mtjch."
Action on alleged violations at
Michigan was postponed till the
Big Ten's regularly scheduled
business meeting in December. ,
The report on Michigan State
comes six months after a Daily
story revealed possible athletic
violations at the school. Movie
tickets, telephone calls, and meal
tickets were said to have been
given to MSU athletes in apparent
violation of conference rules.
The Daily also printed a story
exposing discounts given to Mich-
igan athletes by local merchants
on such items as movie ticl;ets,
clothes, and meals.
Dewey then began his investiga-
tion at the two schools, intervieW-
ing athletes, coaches, and local
merchants in Ann Arbor and Est
Lansing.
Officials at Michigan State in-
cluding Athletic Director Clarene
(Biggie) Munn, Football Coach
Duffy Daugherty, and Big Tei
Faculty Representative John Fu-
zak have publicly denied the 4c-
cusations.
Daugherty threatened to bring
a libel suit against the Daily' bit
did not do so.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

By The Associated Press
Pro football explodes with a 13-game exhibi-
tion schedule this weekend, featured by a na-
ttionally televised battle between the Detroit;
Lions and Philadelphia Eagles of the National
Football League Sunday afternoon in Philadel-
phia.
The game originally had been set for Mexico
City but suddenly was canceled. No official ex-
planation was given but the shift was attributed
to recent student riots in the Mexican Capital.
So the contest was moved to Philadelphia's 1
Franklin Field. It will be televised by CBS, start-
ing at 3 p.m., EDT, holding to the time originally
set for Mexico City.
Seven games are scheduled tonight, twoaof them
interleague, a single AFL and two NFL battles to-
morrow and a final game Monday night in Hous-
ton's Astrodome between the AFL New York Jets
and Houston Astros.
The two interleague games send the AFL
Boston Patriots against the NFL New Orleans
Saints at Tulane Stadium and the AFL Kansas
City Chiefs against the NFL Minnesota Vikings
at Bloomington's Met Stadium. Both are night
games, with 8 p.m. local starting times.
The Patriots will send their quarterback Ben
Trull, against the Saints' Billy Kilmer, who '
threw the touchdowns for New Orleans in the l
game against Los Angeles. The Patriots have an-:
other new quarterback in Mike Taliaferro, for-
merly of the Jets.
The Vikings also have a new starting quar-
terback, Gary Cuosso, and he may have to put I
on a show to offset the power of a Kansas Cityc
team that rolled up 426 yards in an opening exhi-
bition victory against Cincinnati.

Night Editor: Joel Block

Larry Csenka, the sensational hard-running
fullback from Syracuse University, will make his
debut for the Miami Dolphins against Buffalo
Sunday afternoon at Rochester, N.Y.
Other games Saturday are Atlanta vs. Wash-
ington at Tampa, Fla.; Baltimore vs. Chicago at
Birmingham, New York Giants vs. champion
Green Bay at Green Bay, all in the NFL; Cincin=
nati vs. Denver at Denver and San Diego vs. Oak-
land at Oakland in the AFL.
Besides the Lions-Eagles televised feature and
the Miami-Buffalo game Sunday, the Sabbath

Ia
afternoon card offers a game between Dallas and
San Francisco of the NFL at San Francisco.
San Francisco fans will get another good look
at quarterback Steve Spurrier, former Heisman
Trophy winner from Florida, who will play at
least a half, opposing the Cowboys' Don Meredith
and Craig Mortion.
Joe Namath, the Jets' 4,000-yard-a-season
passer, will give his fragile legs a test against the
AFL Eastern Division champs Monday night in a
game expected to fill the Astrodome. Namath un-
derwent an operation over the winter and the
strength of his knees are said to be an unknown
quantity.

BILL CAMPBELL gives a meek smile as he unpacks his bags after
shooting a blistering 67 yesterday to take a second-round lead in
the American Golf Classic. The former U.S. Amateur Champion
did not expect to survive the cut and packed his bags for a
quick getaway.

MADISON APARTMENTS
Only 2 left:
* Largest 4-man
* Central air-conditioning
9 Sun Terrace
* ""Balcony
* Storage
. Laundry
0 Parking
*24-hr. service
500 yds. to Union
Some 2 and 3 man at COLONY
AMBASSADOR CO.
736 Packard 761-7982
011

315 S. Division
On campus- Large furnished studio
two man apartments. Managed by
Walden Management Co.
769-2345
C30
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campus, with all the
inquiries. From $200 per month. Call
Summit Associates at 761-8055. 018

HILL STREET
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern 2-bedroom apartment includes
* air-conditioning
* wall-to-wall carpeting
* new furnishings
" modern kitchen with disposal
* laundry, parking, & storage
* $195 per month including beat
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. U15

.Amateur Campbell takes
lead in American Classic
AKRON, Ohio (AP)-Former U.S. Amateur champion Bill Camp-
bell stole the show from the Pros yesterday, carving out a solid three-
under-par 67 to take a one-stroke lead after 36 holes in the $125,000
American Golf Classic.
The seemingly ageless insurance man from Huntington, W. Va.,
who never played the tough Firestone Country Club course until
Thursday, toured the 7,180-yard layout with four birdies and only
one bogey.
His 137 at the halfway mark was three under par. Right on his
heels with 138 were Canadian George Knudson and Lee Elder of
Washington, who is playing his first season on the pro tour. Knudson
added a 68 to his opening 70 while Elder shot an even par 70 after
Thursday's 68.
TUNE-UP
The 45-year-old Campbell, who said he came here to tune up
for the National Amateur later this month in Columbus, Ohio, bir-
died Nos. 2, 5, 7 and 16 and bogeyed only No. 8.
Campbell, who captured the National Amateur in 1964, the last
time the tournament was a match-play affair, one-putted 11 holes
and needed only 25 putts. He sank a 40-footer on No. 7 and a 20
footer on No. 16 for birds.

Detroit
Baltimore
Boston
Cleveland
Oakland
Minnesota
New York
California
Chicago
Washingtoin

71
65
62
60
58
52
51
52
48
42

L
42
47
51
56
55
59
58
62
62
69

Pct.
.662
.580
.549
.517
.513
.469
.468
.456
.436
.378

GB
9
13
18
18
19~
211
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"Putting made the difference today," Campbell said. "I missed
three-foot putts and one four-footer Thursday when I shot a

two
70."

The last amateur to hold a lead this far along in a pro tourney,
was Marty Fleckman, who led after three rounds in the 1967 U.S.
Open. Doug Sanders was the last amateur to cop a pro tournament.
He won the Canadian Open in 1956.
First-round leader John Schlee of Dallas, who equalled the course
record Thursday with a sizzling 65, skied to a 75 with a round that
included five bogeys.
Schlee was, in a 140, tied with Rod Runseth, :Art Wall, Jr.,
England's Tony Jacklin, Harold Henning of South Africa and de-
fending champion Arnold Palmer, who rollgd in a 25-foot birdie putt
on No. 18 to salvage his second straight 70.
Only two strokes back of the leader at 139 were Howie Johnson,
who also carded a 67; Johnny Pott; Bob Lunn, who stumbled on
Nos. 15 and 16 with bogeys; and Jack Nicklaus, who posted a 69 on
the strength of three birds and two bogeys.
E'RRATIC PFTTER

Yesterday's Result
Baltimore 3, California 0
Boston 5, Detroit 3
Chicago 1, Cleveland 0
Oakland 4-2, Washington 2-3, 2nd
game 10 inn.
Minnesota 4 New York 3, 11 inn.
Today's Games
Boston at DETROIT
Minnesota at New York /
Cleveland at Chicago
Oakland at Washington
California at Baltimore ,night
Tomorrow's Games
Boston at DETROIT, 2
Minnesota at New York
California at Baltimore
Oakland at Washington
Cleveland at Chicago, 2
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis 75 4Q .652 -
Chicago 60 55 .522 15
Cincinnati 57 "5.3 .518 151
xan Francisco 57 54 .514 16
Atlanta 59 56 .513 16
Pittsburgh 55 59 .482 10z
xPhiladelphia 52 59 .468 21
xNew York 52 63 .452 23
xLos Angeles 51 63 .447 232
Houston 49 65 .430 25%2
x-Late game not included.

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