THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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with looking all over your apt. build-
ing for the 1 "house" vacuum?
Tired of walking 3 or 4 blocks to the
nearest laundromat? Tired of seeing
those dishes stacked all over your
already cramped kitchen? Come to
Charter Realty, where individual apt.
vacuums, laundry facilities and dish-
washers are standard equipment.
1335 S. University 665-8825-
MONSTROUS TWO MAN. Across from
Frieze. Free parking. Cheap! Call
1311 WILMOT - Newly carpeted and
furnished 1 bdrm. apt. for fall with
fireplace, modern kitchen, parking,
and laundry facilities. Days: 662-7787.
Eves.: 761-6890. C37.
GRADS ONLY--July 1. Unfurnished 2
bdrm. with study, carpeted, walk-in
closets, air-cond., dishwasher, dis-
posal, pool, playground, children
and pets welcome. 761-7600 9-5, 434-
0359 after 6:30. C38
SINGLE ROOM for man. Clean, quiet,
no cooking. 723 Packard near State.
$75 MO. 4 RM. APT. Furnished; 1 block
campus. 512 E. William, Apt. 2. C31
APARTMENTS FOR FALL
For 2-6 people. Call Summit Associates1
REDUCED, furnished, campus rooms,
;apts., and suites for rent. Very at-
tractive. All units paneled, carpeted.
Rms. $9-12/wk., efficiency apt. with
study $95/mo., large 2 rm. suite $75
mo. Leases thru June. Aug. or longer.
Call 662-7992 or 665-0925. C52
FURNISHED 1 bdrm. apt. with fire-
plaoe and 7' old-fashioned window,:
4 for or 2 persons. See1136 Prospect
or call 769-2159 or 769-0797. C34
MALE GRAD seeks second to share
luxurious apt. (fall). Own room, 3
blks. from campus. Near Law &
Bus, schools. Phone 763-3901 after
7 p.m. C32
COZY APT., single person or couple.
Available June 1, fall option. Free
parking, furnished, 2 entrances. On!
campus, 'good landlord. 761-3832. U16
FEMALE GRAD or working girl wanted'
immediately to share 4-man modern
bi-level air-conditioned apt. Close toI
campus. Rent negotiable., Call 665-
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1 OR 2 F EMALES needed in mod. apt.7
ti lAug. 18. 1 block from campus.
Call 769-2749. U4
ROOM. Available n owthru Aug. In
house, with 3 men. 665-6263 eves. U5
NEW MODERN 2-bdrm. furnished apt.
for 3 or 3, now through Aug. Air-
cond., dishwasher, and 1%i baths.
$50-67/mo. 764-6587. U6
POOL, AIR-COND, Modern 4-man apt.,
2 blocks from campus to rent for
summer term. Call 761-6707 between
6 and 7:30 p.m. U2
SUMMER SUBLET wanted for III-B..
June 23-Aug. 19. 2bdrm. apt. for
2 male grad students. Prefer air-
cond., off campus housing. Send de-
scription, info, to Melvin Whartnaby,
Dept. of Pal. Set., Temple Univer-
sity, hPila., Penn. 19122. - U7
.SUMMER SUBLET wanted for III-B.
June 23-Aug. 18. 1 bdrm. student apt.
on N. Campus. Air-cond. preferred
Write Ken Davis Dept. of Pol. St.,
Temple University, Phila., Penn.
1 GIRL NEEDED for mod. apt, with
sundeck. Own bath and phone. 769-
RIDERS WANTED-N.Y.C. and vicin-
ity. Leave May 15-17. Call Gil:
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 305cc Super Hawk. Racing parts
plus spares. 971-2885 before 3:00
weekdays or anytime Sat. and Sun. Z
HONDA 90 Step Through. Excellent
cond. Reasonable price. Call 761-
9368 after 6. Z35
B;MW. R6 9S. 6,000 miles. 1966. $1150
or best offer. 665-0042. Z37
SUZUKI-Xq Scrambler, 1967. Perfect
cond. Must sell. Call 769-0925. Z34
1966 HONDA CB160. Excellent cond.
3500 miles. Best offer around $300.
769-0927 or 1-646-3947. Z35
'66 SUZUIGI. X-6, great shape! $400.
HONDA C.B. 160, 1966. Must sell. Best
offer takes it away. Call 769-0927. Z19
1964 BMW 500 cc, sport tank and
mufflers. Call 761-6532 after 5 p.m.
'66 HONDA 550. Excellent running
condition. 761-8194. Z29
BSA MARK II. 668-8517. Z30
HONDA 305. 3500 miles. Excellent cond.,
racing bars, custom fender and paint
Job, buco-helmet. $405. Call Steve,
1966 HONDA S90 with luggage rack
and 2 free helmets. 769-3342. Z28
CAR SERVICES, ACCESS.
Michigan's peerless tennis team
swept to a crushing victory over
Miami yesterday at Ferry Field.
The final tally was 6-3 in favor
of the Wolverines.
The meet was wrapped up be-
fore the doubles competition even
started as Michigan coach Bill
Murphy's netters won five out of
six singles matches. The lone Wol-
verine to meet defeat in the sin-
gles event was Pete Fishbach,
playing in the number one slot.
He was defeated by Jaime Fillol,
In other singles excitement, Ron
Teeguarden came from the losing
end of a 6-1 set to polish off his
opponent, Stan Shanbron, 6-3,
In doubles action, Michigan was
less successful with only one of
three teams managing to win.
The combo of Dick Dell and Jon
Hainline beat Peyton Watson and
Shanbron 6-4, 6-4 to post the
only Wolverine victory.
Brian Marcus and Fishbach lost
in a close match to Fillol and Pat
Cramer 5-7, 7-5, and 6-3.
1. J. Fillol def. Fishbach (M), 6-4,
6-4; 2. Marcus (M) def. Cramer,
6-3, 3-6, 7-5; 3. Dell (M) def. Wat-
son, 7-5, 6-2; 4. Hainline (M) def.
Ginman, 6-4, 6-3; 5. Teeguarden
(M) def. Shanbron, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3;
6. DeBoer (M) def..E. Fillol, 6-3, 6-2.
1. J. Fillol-Cramer def. Marcus-
Fishbach (M), 5-1, 7-, 6-3; 2. Dell-
Hiinline (M) def. Watson-Shan-~
.~bron, 6-4, 6-4; 3. Gi nman-E, Fillol
def., DeBoer-Bob Pritula (MW), 4-6,
Tig."Vters, be bo pBirds
By The Associated Press out of the season in evening his
DETROIT - Willie Horton record at 4-4.
drove in three runs with a pair The big right-hander gave up
of homers and Earl Wilson fired a leadoff triple to Dave May in
a four-hitter as the American the fifth but retired the Orioles
League-leading Tigers handed ill order to cut off the only seri-
Baltimore its seventh straight ! ous Baltimore scoring threat.
loss with a 4-0 victory over the*
Orioles last night. PHILADELPHIA-Rookie Ron
Horton hit his seventh 'homer, Reed pitched a five-hitter for his
a solo shot, off loser Dave Mn-tfourth straight victory as the At-
Nally, 3-3, in the second and lanta Braves defeated the Phila-
belted his eighth following a walk delphia Phillies 3-1 last night
to Al Kaline ink the sixth. with the help of a two-run homer
by Hank Aaron.
The only other hit off McNally, l Reed, a former pro basketball
who went the first six innings, player with the Detroit Pistons,
was Ray Oyler's first homer of struck out five and walked none
the season in the third. in his fourth start and second
Wilson pitched his first shut- complete game of the season.
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for FALL.
Two-man, entire floor 'of friendly
house. Parking. Phone 769-5336. CD
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES wanted for
fall. 1335 Geddes, No. 9. $62.50/mo.
Laundry fcailities, garbage disposal,
ample parking in back, new carpet-
ing, drapes, living room furniture.
Call 662-0416 eves. C25
1 OR 2 GIRLS share furnished 2
bdrm. apt. $40. Need car. 662-8046
or 483-0500, Ext. 269. 017
APT. WITH GARAGE. Male with car
in exchange for 12 hrs. per wk. NO 3-
Modern 2-bedroom 4-man Apartments
Modern kitchen with disposal
Covered parking s
Laundry and storage facilities
337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves.: 761-6890C36
GARAGE-Church St. 2 blocks south
of East Quad.' $8/mo. until July, 1.
668-6665 after 5. C21
* BEST CAMPUS & HOSPITAL
101 N. Ingalls, % block from Friede
Bldg. & Rackham Graduate School.
839 Tappan, % block from Bus. Ad.
3-4-5 MAN UNITS FOR
Completely modern, air-cond. 1
From $56-$75 per man per month
Phone for. opportunity to. see-663-
6052 or evenings call 665-2398 or 662-
11111 SState St.
(across from Yost Field House)
Al R. COND., CLOSE I N
Major League Stanings
NEED 2 ROOMMATES to share
modern apt. (The Abbey) for
i'fall. Call 1769-4038:.
1 BDRM., nicely furnished, perfect for
married couples. Avail. June 15-Aug.
25.'405 Nob Hill. 665-9803 eves. U42
AVAIL. JUNE-AUG.--Modern 4-man, 2
jbdrm. apt. Air-cond. Excellent loca-
tion. 1320 S. University. 769-0438. U43
1 OR-2 MENdNEEDED to share 4 man.
Air-cond., dishwasher, parking, stereo,
TV, balcony own bdrm. 1 block from
campus. Cheap. 769-1608. U24
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY and / or
summer term sublet Prime loca-
tion: Thompson at Liberty--a luxuri-
ous four room, two man with real
class. Don't miss this one, it'll be
gone soon. 769-1438 between 5-7 p.m.
or after midnight. Hurry. UC
4-MAN APT. available for sublet. $45
per. man. Phone 761-7600. U48
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
2 bdrm., brand new. Reduced summer,
rent. All conveniences. Covered park-
ing. 761-5692 or 1-864-3852. U34
ROOM FOR MAN in nice southeast
home. Call 663-8244 evenings or week-
"60" OLDS 88
$300 or best offer
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Small black and white dog.
Collar fell off. Name is Willie. Call
Bob, 769-5912. A47
LOST-Gold Hamilton watch. Call Sue,
FOUND - Black, brown, and white
puppy, female. Call 764-7492. A46
4345276500, alias SUSAN PAULA HORN:
pickup your lost ID card at the Daily
business office. AC
ATTRACTIVE, 1 .bdrm., quiet neigh-
borhood, near campus. Young couple
preferred, no children. $135. 761-
THE BRIDGE HOUSE
1035 Wall Street
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST APARTMENT
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
Under cover parking
1 and'2 Bedroom
Call 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
521 WALNUT ST.
418 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Near Frieze and Angell Hall
ONE BDRM. AND EFFICIENCY
Modern Apts. Inc.
NO 8-6906 761-2943
W L Pet. GB
Detroit 19 10 .655 -
Cleveland 17 12 .586 2
Baltimore 16 13 .522 3
Minnesota 16 15 .516 4
Oakland 15 15 .500 4%
Boston 14 15 .483 5
Washington 13 16 .448 6
California 14 18 .438 6%
New York 13 18, .419 7
Chicago 11 16 .407 7
Cleveland 4, New York 2
Detroit 4 Baltimore 0
Chicago 7, California 6°
Oakland 13, Minnesota S
Boston 5, Washington 4, 10 innings
New York at Cleveland
Washington at Boston
Caifornia vs. Chicago at Milwaukee,
Oakland at Minnesota, night
Baltimore at Detroit, night
IF YOU WANT
custom sandals fitted to the contour
and ' concept of the individual, 25
styles to choose from at one low
pricea($15.00), see LLOYD'S for the
sandal; with the soul soul.
218 E. Washington 663-9410
Hours: 1:30-9 p.m.
IF YOU are a gambler, go ahead and
choose her diamond anywhere. But
if you don't like to take chances,
select her diamond at Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. F
THREE. beautiful coeds need money
desperately. (Take that leer off your
face-we're not that desperate!) We'll
do cleaning, cooking, laundry and
gardening. Call 769-3119. F
HI MIJEE-What's there to be happ b
You're not here. FA
UNIVERSITY Charter No. 2, May 20-
Aug. 19. Call 761-4281, ask for Ro-
CHEAP Charter Ticket May 20, NYC-
London. UAC. Call Peter, 662-5189.
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
HONDA 90 step through, Less than
2,000 miles. Call 761-9368 after 6. B47
TAKUMAR 200mm telephoto lens' 212
speed graphic, roll back, '66 Triumph
500cc w/fairing. Must sell, all offers
will be considered. 662-7113. BC
PAN-AM JET Flight to Europe June
12-Aug. 14 round trip. $265. David
Schneider. Call 761-2372 or 769-1056.
NEED TO SELL UAC European flight.
Return ticket Paris to N.Y. August
13. Call 662-0010 after 6 p.m. B45
UNIVERSITY STUDENT wanted for
yardwork, about 5 hrs. per week. Set
own hours. $2.00/hr. Call 763-2118
or 761-3291, H6
Excellent opportunity for college men
to interview single working girls.
Excellent pay.1-ar necessary. Call
761-8014 or 761-8015. H7
CHEERFUL 1% yr. old boy needs
cheerful babysitter. Any 3 mornings.
Near campus. 662-1684. H18
HELP WANTED - Married couple to
care for 4 school age children for
about 4 days this month. Immed-
iately. Call 761-3956. H5
MALE-Part-time. We have immediate
need of bus boys to work in our
cafeteria 11-i, Mon.-Fri. and a linen
man to stock nursing stations 2
hrs. every eve., Mon,-Sat., plus one
8 hr. weekend shift. Apply employ-
ment office St. Joseph Mercy Hds-
pital 8-5 daily, Wed. 'til 8:30 p.m. H3
WANTED-Part-time typist for pos-
sible full-time future position with
growing 'new company. Featuring
modern IBM equipment. Call 662-
9145 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
for appointment. H1
handicapped student. 20-28 yrs. old.
handicapped student, 21-28 yrs. old.
Must be able to drive. $50 per wk.
plus rm. and board. Weekends off.
Call 769-5154. H141
GIRL NEEDED to work weekends for
handicapped student.'Must be able
to drive. 12 noon Sat. to 6 p.m.
Sun. $15/wk. Must stay overnight.
Call 769-5154. H44
TYPING in my home. Theses, term
papers. 662-1863. J48
Weiskopf on trail. of Cong
By The Associated Press
* CLEVELAND, Ohio - Tom Weiskopf of suburban Bed-
ford, the leading money-winner on the Professional Golf As-
sociation tour this year with more than $80,000, has been or-
dered to report Friday for an Army draft physical..
He received his notice last Wednesday night on the eve of
the New Orleans Open and went on to tie for third in that
tournament, winning $5,200.
* MINNEAPOLIS - Big Ten Conference athletic di-
rectors wrestled with money problems yesterday but kept to
themselves any conclusions they might have reachied on how
to ease the financial pinch in which the Midwest univer-
sities find themselves.
Commissioner Bill Reed was not here for the opening of
the spring conference business meeting. He may come here
late today for Thursday's sessions, but won't -know until today'
whether he can make the trip. Reed is recovering from recent
Reed's .absence tended to make yesterday's session more
routine than might have been expected.
John Dewey, Reed's assistant, said there was nothing on
the agenda which he could foresee provoking any controversy.
It was learned that talk centered on how to finance athletic
programs whose revenues are declining.
Dewey also reported that the agenda does not cover the
Michigan, Michigan State and Minnesota cases in which
athletes allegedly received certain favors - such as free or
reduced movie tickets - above conference allowances for
scholarships. This is because Reed is not here.
"No enforcement cases at all are coming up at these
meetings," Dewey said.
* ATLANTA, Ga. -- The 1969 Super Bowl football game
between champions of the American and National football
leagues was awarded yesterday by club owners to Miami for
the second straight year.
The game will be played next Jan. 12, in the Orange
Bowl, site of the last Super Bowl this past January.
x--Late game not included
New York 3, Cincinnati 2
Chicago at Los Angeles, Inc.
Houston at San Francisco, inc.
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, postponed,
Houston at San Francisco
Chicago at Los Angeles, night
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, night
Atlanta at Philadelphia, night
Cincinnati at New York, night
HI MIJEE-I'm back!
Are you coming back?
Ask our present tenants for references.
Als available bi-level 4-man, $45/man.
Cal 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
Call Summit Associates
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
JOHN! Stop that. It's getting worse
every minute. .Who's going to be
hurt (bsedies you)? FB
TRY OUR SAUNA-Private and com-
munity rooms. Basic membership $5.
Ann Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. F
HATE POLL! What Daily writer sickens
you the most? Which would-be Lipp-
mann makes you retch when you
drink your coffee? Lehner? Okrent?
Shapiro? Nissen? Name your favorite
hate. Pick 'anyone from the Daily
staff and send in a postcard with
his name on the back to HATE,\420
Maynard St., Ann Arbor. We. will
publish the best 25 word essay that
tells why you hate your choice. FB
The beginning of a
Detroit adman Lee Wilson has apparently come up With
an up-dated version of Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First"
routine. According to Wilson, football is a 12-inning game and
baseball is played in three sets.
I guess it's only fair to warn you that when Wilson ex-
pounds on the su iect he is usually armed with a pitcher-
ful of martinis and guilt feelings about his inadequacies in
the game of golf.
Basically, Wilson a former University of Michigan studnt,
takes a sport and makes hs own rules, r. ahe took
the. clock out of the game and devised an Inning system. tn
between olives he managed to interest Fritz Crisler and hump
Elliott in the idea. And in 1983 Michigkn played an intrasquad
game of 12-inning football before a small television audience
and a few spectatirs who couldn't get tickets for the Tiger
Response wasn't exactly enthusiastic. As a matter of
fact, it was practically non-existent. Cisler, however, was'
overwhelmed. He ran up to Wilson and said, "Congratula-
tions. You have discovered a cure for which there is no
Wilson, martini in hand, logically went looking for a dis-
ease and supposedly came up with one in baseball. His sug-
gestions fob the game, "in order to return baseball to its No, 1
spot," appear in a story entitled, "A Fast Pitch for a Faster
Game," in this week's issue of Sports Illustraed It makes good
reading, so take a copy to the next baseball game you attend,
The feasibility of Wilson's proposals 1will not be diseussed
here because I am at a disadvantage - I don't have a pitcher
of martinis beside me.
Instead, a trend will be noted. Baseball is no longer
the national pastime. The national pastime is explaining
why baseball is not longer the national pastime.
Wilson has started the season off a little early. ,Usually,
the "baseball is boring" articles appear sometime in September
after a particular writer has witnessed the New York Yankees
and Washington Senators battle it out for the cellar. The
forthcoming copy centers on how the game generated little
excitement, and therefore, they usually conclude, baseball isa
lackluster game. They always fail to Inention that the Minne-
sota Twins and Boston Red Sox on the same llay drew a cheer-
ing throng which hung on every pitch.
The reasons given for the decline of baseball by these critics
are usually the following: a) baseball games are too long;
b) the baseball season is too long; e) it's too much a pitcher's
game; d) the hot dogs are too expensive; e) all of these.
The real reason for the deluge of these public service \
articles has to be related to the new-found popularity of
pro football. Apparently, the adherents of pro football
feel that it is at war with baseball and their best defense
is a good offense. Therefore, the writers of these pieces
probably never liked baseball to begin with and no matter
how the game is changed, they never will. Instead, the
purpose of these articles is to say how great pro football
is and the only way they can say it is by rapping baseball.
Boring elements are present in every sport, even pro foot-
ball. I have heard a number of people comment on how there
Is nothing more boring than a lopsided pro football game.
However, I have only read one article (by an English soccer
writer) on how boring pro football can be. The rule apparently
has been that if you find pro football too dull, don't waste your
time writing about it, find another sport.
The writers of these stories which yawn at baseball always
emphasize one point: the season is too long. They reason
that if the slate is cut back from 162 games to 140, attendance
will increase. In essence, they're saying that spectators will
flood the gates because time is running out. However, I can't
visualize a fan thinking, "There are fewer games, so I'd better
hurry up and go."
Then these critics argue that a shorter schedule will
give the fans a better show because the players will be
better rested. Again I can't see where 20 more games
would exhaust a player to such an extent that it would
take points off his average and wins from his record.
If this is the case, the solution can be found other places.
For example, spring training could be cut in half. A player
WANTED TO RENT
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR NEEDS
home or nice apt. from May 21-
June 21. Call 663-6568 or 437-2884. L21
PROFESSOR, wife and 1 child desire
to rent 3 bdrmn. house or apt. Occu-
pancy. about Sept, 1, 1968 to, Sept.
1969. Contact us in Ann Arbor May
11-14 at the Inglis House, 764-9486;
or call collect (614) 486-8906 'before
May 11 or after May 14. L20
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)
SUPER SLIM DEMINS $5.50
WHITE LEVI'S $4.98
4 Colors and Pure White
WOOL CPO SHIRTS
Plaid and Solid;Colors
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M29
FRENCH LESSONS. All levels. By ex-
perienced native teacher. call A66-
2105, eves. M33
AKO NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND pups,
beautifully marked, excellent with
children and for hunting. Call HU
3-5973 after Noon.
SUMMER HALF, 2-men to share lux-
urious, 4 man apt. Call NO 2-3353. U10
MALE ROOMMATE needed for22 man.
$50/mo., early June to Aug. '20, Park
Forest Apts. (modern, air-cond., pri-
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.,
9-4; Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blood Center
I'M TRYING to get information or
sports car clubs, rallys, etc. in this
area. If you've got any leads or other
useful info, please contact Tom Copi
at the Daily: 764-0552/764-0561. FC
Weddings, parties, candid and formal
portraits. Professional quality at stu-
dent rates. Call 769-3531 days, 769-
0868 evenings. Ji
WANTED TO RENT - Furn. apt. or
house by grad student. 8/24/68-5/30
69 or 6/30/69. Pam/daug, age 3-12.
Contact R. Klassen, 2073 Mesabi, St.
Paul, Minn. 55109. L22
'65 SUNBEAM, 15,000 miles. $400. 663-
5371, 5-7 p.m., ask for John. N6O
'66 AUSTIN HEALEY Sprite, British
Racing Green, radio, radial tires.
many extras, perfect condition, low
mileage. Call Detroit, VE 5-8216. NA
160 MERCEDES 220 Sedan. Gas. Good
mechanical cond. $300. 665-3938. N3
NEW MGB-1 mo. new, 11 mo. war-
ranty. Wire wheels, all x-tras. $2600
or arrange payments. Call Chris,
763-0247 or 769-0648. N1
FORD FAIRLANE. '62, 2 door. Radio,
good cond. 769-2825. N49
1966 MG, MIDGET. Red with wire
wheels. $1050. Call 761-8686. Ni
Ivy green, automatic, V-8, power steer-
ing. $1275. Ask for Roy Ashmall, 665-
1964 TRIUMPH Spitfire. Call 665-9918.
his ear. Presley and Vallee are
be called "Live a Little, Love
a hot one, kids.
working together on a 'movie to
a Little." Should be altogether
NIKON "F" with auto F2.0......$175
NIKON "T" with auto F1.4......$250
NIKON "Photmotic" auto F2 0 .. $175
NIKOREX "F" body only for .... $45
NIKORMAT FS body for "55"
MINOLTA S RT 101 with F1.4 .....$185
MINOLTA SR 1B with Fl.4 4110
PENTRAX H3v with F2.0.........$120
PENTRAX H2 with Semi-auto Lens $75
MAMIYA PRESS 2x3 like new ... $150
FRANKTISIX II 2% SLR Chse ... $165
MAMIYAFLEX 03 F2.8 ...... Now $110
ROLLIOFLEX "F" Case M test.,.. $225
TELEROLLIE with case for ...... $185
Lee takes over-
as S.F. coach
SAN FRANCISCO (P) - George
Lee officially took over yester-
day as San Francisco Warriors'
coach-a job Bill Sharman and
Alex Hannum spurned for lucra-
tive contracts in the rival Ameri-
can basketball Association.
Lee and his assistant, guard
Al Attles, each 31, became the
only coaches in the National,
Basketball Association without
contracts, said majority owner
ELVIS PRESLEY smiles to himself as Rudy Vallee hollers in