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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. June 3. 1969

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Tennis coach Murphy officially quits

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FALL
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are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825
23Ctc
ROOMMATE WANTED-Girl to share
apt. 320 S. Division, Call 663-0398.
22C21
SUBLET July-Aug. - Swimming pool.
Rent negotiable. Call 1-775-1177. 5018
PERSONAL
THE A IS COMING JUNE 6th! F18
WILL PAY up to $100 for Shell coins!
Will also trade. Write Box 7, Michi-
gan Daily, 420 Maynard. F23
INTERESTED in working on SGC com-
mittee or project? Call Joan, 769-1726
after 5 p.m; 34F19
MEDICAL STUDENT wishes to meet
moderately attractive golddigger. 761-
7371; 38F21
CLASSICAL GUITAR and mandolin les-
sons -- beginning through advanced.
761-6981 37F21
3-4 GIRLS NEEDED. Summer half. 5
bedroom house. Air cond. $45/rpo. 761-
7219. 35F19
BIC PENS for 13c?
Room 1528 S.A.B.
28F20
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-no
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. FA
CIGARETTES for 30c a pack?
Room 1528 S.A.B.
29Y20
FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks,
tWo hours undergraduate credit op-
ti'onal) is being offered by the Uni-
versity's Dearborn Campus, July 4-25.
The group, limited to. fifteen per-
sons, will visit places of interest in
Russia,;the Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia,
the Caucasus, and on the Black Sea.
They willalso meet with representa-
tives of government and student so-
cieties. For further information con-
tact: Prof. Dennis Papazian, U-M
Dearborn Campus, 4901 Evergreen Rd.,
Dearborn, Mich. 48128. Call 271-2300,
ext. 243. 1OF17
COUPLE SEEKS other couple to swing
with. Write Box 69. 31F25
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WANTED - Male college freshmen and
sophomores to work as Counselors at
a summer special education camp.
Earn $45 per week for six weeks and
three term hours of college credit in
Education of Exceptional Children.
For more information call or write
to the Montcalm Area Intermediate
School District, P.O. Box 367, Stanton,
Michigan 48888. 34118
TEACHERS, Librarians, Counselors -
Fine college,bsecondary, elementary
positions. Varied locations. Cline
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Mich. 48823. 35H18
MUSICAL MDSE.,
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Call 761-7079. 8X19
SUMMER SUBLET
1 MAN NEEDED for 2-man sublet for
remainder of summer. You'll have
the place to yourself while I'm in
,Europe for 5 weeks. Rent negotiable.
665-8767. U'OC
GIRL for very large room, kitchen fa-
cilities, on S. State. Rent greatly re-
duced. 769-6864, 665-3151. UTC
LARGE, FURN. 1 bdrm. apt. June 15-
Sept. 1. Very near campus. 769-4931
or 763-2225. U20
SUBLET - 1 bdrm. apt-721 Church,
June 22-Aug. 22. $90/mo. neg. 761-
6836. U22
NEEDED: 4th girl for IIIB, luxurious on
campus apt. 665-2774. 'U22
JUNE-Aug., 1 bdrm apt. 'with darkroom
or 2nd bdrm, furn. close to campus.
$100. 769-0531, U22
JUNE-AUG. SUBLET-1 or 2 girls for
modern air conditioned bi-level. Call
761-5531 after 6 p.m. 27U17
SINGLE APT. East Ann for summer ,U
term June 27. $75. 665-2672. 33U17
PLEASANT HOUSE, completely equip-
ped, large yard. Automobile and Uni-
versity parking available. 764-6308,
769-1479 nights. June 27-Aug. 26..
34U17
4 MAN Furnished Apt. $45 each. July
and August. 761-5584 after 5 p.m.
29U18
THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate
for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. 8Utc
SUMMER SUBLET,
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optical technician. Call 663-2481. 9H14
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U25
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761-4040, Ext. 62,
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Ann Arbor, Michigan H22'

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daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR'
JIM FORRESTER-
BThe TexK
BOOK I

By BILL DINNER
Bill Murphy officially resigned
his post as Michigan's Tennis
Coach yesterday afternoon.
An earlier Daily story reported
that Murphy would leave the Uni-
versity, but he made no official
comment at that time.
The 51-year-old Murphy accept-
ed a professional coaching position
at the Bath Tennis club in Lake
Bulff, Illinois.
is Wedge
REVIEW

When querried about his deci-
sion to leave Murphy said that,
"their offer (Bath Tennis Club)
wasp simply too lucrative to pass
up. An informed source told The
Daily that Murphy's salary will be
in the neighborhood of $30,000. vidence ti federal court
Michigan's athletic director, Don
Canham commented that "I am By The Associated Press
very sorry to see Bill (Murphy) S HOUSTON - Lawyers for Mohammed Ali told a federal judge
go. The main reasons he left seem yesterday the Justice Department must disclose all its wiretap in-
to be financial." formation or dismiss its prosecution of the former heavyweight boxing
Under Murphy's direction the champion.
Wolverines won 11 Big Ten titles Judge Joe Ingaham delayed until tomorrow morning arguments
in the past 14 years. Since he as- -nJad ge J o inr ohompd e ae in t hSr r m o urgurered
sumed his coaching post in 1947 on a defense motion to postpone a hearing the Supreme Court ordered
his teams have posted an unpre- to determine whether wiretap conversations were involved in Ali's
cented 198-45 dual meet record. 1967 conviction on a charge of refusing to be drafted into the
This past season the tennis team armed forces.
compiled a 15-2 dual meet record, Ali, flanked by three lawyers, also heard Ingraham order U.S.
losing only to highly touted Ari- Atty. Anthony J. P. Farris to file a written reply to the defense motion
zona, with a perfect 9-0 showing by this morning. Ingraham also instructed that the reply .include
in the Big Ten. In the Big Ten comment on defense objections to a government request that the
championship meet the Wolverines public be excluded from any full-scale hearing.
tswept eight of the nine positions* *
and racked up a record total 0 LAUSALLE, Switzerland - The leading international sports
points, federations proposed yesterday that skiing be maintained as an Olym-
Only two teams have ever won pic sport and that the Olympic summer and winter games be
all nine positions in the cham- enlarged rather than reduced.
ionshindmeet;andMurThe federation proposals will be presented to the executive board
his hndin both, coaching the of the International Olympic Committee IOC here today for dis-
and was a star player on the 1939 cussion at the IOC assembly opening in Warsaw June 6.
Chicago team that turned the

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weekdays before 5 or 761-5061 eve-
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TRANSPORTATION
ONE OR TWO RIDERS wanted to
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1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine, slightly used, sews
on buttons, makes buttonholes,
overcasts, fancy stitches. No attach-
,ments needed. 5 year parts and serv-
ice guarantee. Total price $53.20 or
payments of $5.85/mo. Call Capitol
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call collect 1-563-8200. B22
FOR SALE-Diamond engagement and
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2435. 1IB6
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offer. Call 769-4019. N18
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,
663-7151. F29
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-no
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. NA
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 150 cc. 1964 in running cond.,
$150. Call 761-7336. Z27
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By DREW BOGEMA
The University of Michigan 1969 Summer Half Term Time Sched-
ule, University of Michigan Paperbacks, Ann Arbor, Free.
Selection of courses from time schedules and catalogues is
never an easy task and must be handled with great care, lest one
naively fall prey to the tyrants in the Scheduling Office. These
troglodites, ever anxious to cast ruin and boredom upon their
poor hated charges, namely stuudentdom, have in the past been
known to attach catchy and alluring course titjes to nothing
better than the verbal claptrap that attends most of the classes
under he literary college mast.
The plums of the collegehave been padded and hidden from
our view; usually placed in the most remote and obscure loca-
tions of the time schedule. It seems the villains will stop at
nothing to prevent one from obtaining anything worthwhile.
Mastering the bureaucracy at the 'U' is no joke. The com-
pletion of an acceptable schedule may not only be demanding to,
one's intellect but may also stretch out for months, becoming the
equivalent of a rough three-hour course. Selections are changed
the moment before registration as new hearsay oozes into one's
consciousness from a variety of different sources. And, after the
inevitable poor choicemanship becomes clear with the first day
of classes, long lines of grief into counseling offices for changes
in schedule are commonplace.
The Summer Half Term Time Schedule is no exception -to
the regular model in which an incredible number of obstacles
are presented to the student in his search for the "good." A few
new twists have been added however. Whole departments have
disappeared from our view. Where is the notorious Physics de-
partment? Kidnapped by a panicky CIA or merged with Mathe-
matics?
THIS MUST BE Vonnegut at work, the Vonnegut of Cat's
Cradel and of Slaughterhouse-Five fame, the Vonnegut who
chided students for roughing up Dow recruiters whon the engi-
neers who invented Napalm go unharmed, The Vonnegut of
abolitionist fame righteously crying, "the virtuous physicist
wouldn't go into physics at all." Robben Fleming must have read
Vonnegut and seen what might happen if Physics departments
were allowed to exist. Good play.
Journalism, too, has almost escaped from the University
setting, and this, . I suspect, will be met with almost universal
applause. Philosophy, however, home of the famous Abe Kaplan,
Carl Cohen, and Irv Copi, has been taken over in a non-violent
coup by visiting professors. Mathematics must be avoided at all
costs for fear of learning the technical skills that might one day
qualify one to build an atomic bomb.
Political Science, along with the existing regime, has seen a
rapid decline in affection from the student body, as scores of
scholars have left to investigate the new political milieu, the
possibilities of rebellion, and the idea of racism. The only course
offering, meeting the demands of some for relevance, is a politici-
zation class for the Canadian-bound-draft-dodging set.
HISTORY, AN OLD FAVORITE, can boast only of a Freehl-
ing seminar, and a long course list padded with Reichenbach
trivia, ideal for those who dislike reading yet love the memori-
zation of lecture notes. Economics is tolerable if one is interested
in national income, money, and banking, price systems, and the
like, but chances are after one econ class, one will appear to be
an old, graying, stodgy banker in pursuit of vested interests.
The Speech department is the University's saving grace.
Under its banner lie the pearls of academia. Here, for example,
are Introduction to the Cinema, Interpreting Modern Drama,
Theatre Historyl, and the History of the Motion Picture. Where
else can one learn of the incredible personality of Humphrey Bo-
gart, of Erich von Stroheim, of Godard and Bergman? This is
what a university is really for.
Those who do not wish to return home for the remainder of
the summer may put their time to better use by rollicking through
Europe, or, if this is beyond your means, find a life-guard's job
at the nearest beach, and spend the summer reading John Barth.
This summer the University is no place to be for a kid with a
good mind.

trick.
Murphy also has the distinction
of coaching the only Big Ten team
to win the NCAA championship
with the Wolverine squad of 1957.
Before taking his new position,
Murphy will coach the contending
Wolverines in this year's NCAA,
championships June 16-23 in;
Princeton, New Jersey.

0 SAN FRANCISCO - "It's a terrible thing to fold up one of
the world's great soccer teams," says California Clippers owned Toby
Hilliard.
Actually, the Clippers, one of the mainstays of the North Ameri-
can Soccer league last year before going independent, haven't gone
out of business yet, but the end appears to be near.
The Clippers have scheduled a news conference for tomorrow
to make official what has been obvious for some time - there just
aren't enough fans to support professional soccer here.
The Clippers went out in a blaze of glory, however, handing
Fiorentine, Italy, its first defeat in 31 games, winning 4-2.
MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
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Other all day Saturday and Sunday.
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tice Innovations," on Tuesday, June 3,
at 2:00 p.m. in Room 5040 ISR, Co-
Chairmen: W. M. Cave and R. O.
Lippitt.
Charles Michael Schneeberger, Mathe-
matics, Dissertation : "Commutators on
a Separable Lp-Space," on Tuesday,
June 3 at 4:00 p.m. in 338 West En-
gineering Building, Chairman:. C.
IPearcy.
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Announcement: Next applications for
federal service entrance examination
are due June 11, for test on July 19.
Current Position openings received
by general division by mail and phone,
call 764-7460 for further information:
City of Minneapolis, Minn.: P r o -
grammer, City planning specialists in
Admnistration, Design, General plang,
land use and bldg. use, social dev.,
social measurement and research.
WOW !
A three-piece Treasure Chest
chicken dinner, plus french fries,
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Minnesota 26 20 .565 -,
Oakland 24 21 .533 11/2
Chicago 20 22 A76 4
xSeattle 21 24 .467 4
Kansas City 21 27 .438' 6
xCalifornia 14 30 .318 11
x-Late games not included.
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland at Seattle, inc. ,
Detroit at California, inc.
Minnesota 3, New York 2
Washington 7, Kansas City 6
Chicago 6, Boston 4
Other clubs not scheduled,
Today's Games
Detroit at California, night
Chicago at Boston, night
Cleveland at Seattle, night
Baltimore at Oakland, night
Washington at Kansas City, night
New York at Minnesota, night
International Society for Training
and Culture, NY.C.: Student advisor
and asst, to the director for Brussels
office, French required, second lang.,
pref. Admin. Asst. to Pres. in N.Y.,
good office skills req.
Owens-Corning Fiberglas, D e t r o i t,
Mich.: Acctg. Trainee, no spec. degree
required.
Material Service Division of General
Dynamics Corporation, Chicago, Ill.
Engneering, Geofogy, lib. arts, bus, ad.,
oramktg. degrees.
American Institute of Physics, N.Y.C.:
career in scientific publishing.f
State of Washington: Juvenile parole
counselor trainee, Soc. Sci. BA plus 1
yr. or MA plus none. Youth C a m p
Counselor, same as above.
State of Vermont: Radiation Health
Assistant, psyh. or biol. sci. degree,
BA/MA.
State of Utah: Health Program Re-,

Yesterday's Results,
Atlanta 6, St. Louis 3
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, postponed
New York 2, Los Angeles 1
San nDiego6, Philadelphia4 4
San Francisco at Montreal, postponed
Other 'Clubs not scheduled.

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Today's Games
Houston at Chicago
Los Angeles at New York, night
San Francisco at Montreal, night
San Diego at Philadelphia, night
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, nIght
Atlanta at St. Louis, night

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Student-Faculty Co-Op Coffee House
Friday, June 6 11:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m.
Courtyard S.A.B. Across from Ad. Bldg.

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