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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 11, 1969

PaeFurTEMIHGNAAL

Astros'
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON - Left fielder Jesus
Alou of the Houston Astros was
hospitalized swith a severe concus-
sion last night following a jarring
collision with shortstop Hector
Torres in a game against Pitts-
burgh,
The Astros rallied to win the
game, 7-4.
Alou, knocked unconscious in
the collision under a fly ball hit
by the Pirates Al Oliver, swallow-
ed his tongue. Houston 'trainer
Jim Elwell pulled it from th e

Jou suffers concussion; Tigers win

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PHIL HERTZ
player's throat, probably saving
his life. Oliver's drive went for
an inside-the-park homer.
Both players were carried o f f
the field on stretchers and rush-
ed to a Houston hospital.
According to an Astro spokes-
man, the hospital said:
"Alou ad a serious concussion,
and he is much more serious con-
dition than Torres. Torres suffer-
ed cuts just above the nose on the
forehead and on the chin.
"There may be more injuries
to Torres, but at this moment
nothing definite has been con-
firmed."
DETROIT - Earl Wilson and
two relief pitchers combined for
a six-hitter last night as the De-
troit Tigers defeated the Seattle
Pilots 5-0.
Wilson, 5-5, who hasn't com-
pleted a game in 14 starts this
year, allowed the Pilots only two
hits until the seventh. Then Mike
Hegan ani Wayne Comer singled
with none out, and John Hiller
relived Wilson.
After Hiller retired Don Mifcher
on a fly, Don McMahon came on
and got the last two outs. McMa-
hon also put down the Pilots in
the final two innings.
Detroit took a 2-0 lead in the
fifth after right fielder Hegan
dropped 'om Matchick's line drive
for an error. One run scored on
Mickey Stanley's ground out and
the other on a single by Al Kaline.
Norm Cash homered in the
sixth, then doubled and scored in
the eighth.
MAJOR LEAGL

Rangers deal Howell, Goyette;9
P lose Short for season
By The Associated Press
0 MONTREAL - The New York Rangers of the National HockeyI
League sold defenseman Harry Howell to Oakland yesterday for an
undisclosed amount of cash and traded center Phil Goyette to St. -
Louis for a first round pick in tomorrow's amateur draft.
Howell, 36, played 17 full seasons with New York, appearing in1
more games, 1,160, with the Rangers than anyone in the club's history.
He underwent spinal fusion surgery in April after playing in 56 games
in 1968-69 and totaling 11 points on four goals and seven assists.
The greying veteran won the Norris Trophy as the NHL's top de-
fenseman in 1966-67.
Goyette, 35, a 13-year NHL standout with Montreal and New
York, tallied 13 goals and 32 assists for 45 points in 67 games last sea-
son. He twice led the Rangers in scoring, in 1964-65 and three yearsI
later.
PHILADELPHIA - Pitcher Chris Short of the Philadelphia
Phillies will undergo surgery here this week and will be out for the
remainder of the season, a spokesman for the National Baseball
League Club said today.
A club spokesman said the 31-year-old lefthander who led the
team with a 19-13 record last season would enter Temple University
Hospital tomorrow or Friday for removal of a herniated disc in

LINES I day
2 1.00
3 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 2.20
9 2.40
10 2.60
INCHES
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2 4.90
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 10.70

2 days
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2.15
2.60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
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4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
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21.10

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3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6:65
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7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31.40

4 days
3.00
4.05
4.05
4.65
6.35
7.20
7.90
9.70
10.30
10.30
17.85
25.50
33.45
41.40

5 days
3 65
4.85
5.90
6.90
7.85
8.85
975
10.65
11.35
11.35
21.75
31.15
40.95
51.15

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VW BUS, 1964. Gas heater. Call 769-
5131. 42 N28
1964 FORD, excellent running condi-
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4172. 43 N25
TEACHER MUST SELL '68 Volvo now.
leaving country. Perf. -cond. Make of-
fer, come and see it. Call 769-3386.
44 N27
1962 FORD GALAXY. Hard top. Hurst
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battery. $250. 761-7330. 45 N34
'66 SPRITE-low mileage, green with
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cond. $1100. Call 663-1705 after 3.
37N2.
1959 PORSCHE coupe. 761-5414 38127
HAVE TO LEAVE the USA. My car to
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Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 1;/,, 212, 31/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

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SUMMER SUBLET
AVAILABLE for SUMMER occupancy,
4 man apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school.,
(Available immediately). Please call
769-2608. 17Utc
GIRL-Jul-Aug. Own room near cam-

39N24
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-Associated Press
OAKLAND ATHLETIC CATCHER Phil Roof blocks home plate as
Bernie Allen of the Senators tries to score in the first inning of
the A's 6-4 win over Washington last night. Allen was called out,
but he didn't think so. The Senator second baseman protested the
call to no avail.

the lumbar region of his back. pus. Cheap! 761-5487. U25
Short, who has been on the disabled list since April 21, pitched 4 MAN furnished apt. $45 each. July &
twice this season but was not involved in a decision. Aug. 761-5584 after 5 p.m. U24
* * * NEEDED-one girl to rent air-condi-
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North Stars, says he is anxious to get George "Punch" Ijilach, form- ming pool for IIIB term. Call 76-
1328 and bargain. U.25
er Toronto, Maple Leafs' coach, for his National Hockey League team I
even on a temporary basis. BIKES AND SCOOTERS

Secretary
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52H24
ENERGETIC, responsible hippy needed
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M-F 8:30-4:30. My house, own transp,
$30/wk and meals. Call 663-4555 at
suppertime. 5iH27
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(Just add work)

1963 TR4. Good condition. 761-0358. N24
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'CID, 300 H.P. 4 speed. positraction,
AM-FM radio, 4 new tires, repainted
last mo. $3500. Call 769-0374. N24
'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
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Birds drop Angels
BALTIMORE - Paul Blair and
Boog Powell, continuing their hot
hitting streaks, combined to drive
in seven runs and lead the Balti-
more Orioles to an 11-4 victory,
over the California Angels last'
night.
Blair, with two doubles and a
single, drove in four runs to give
him 10 RBI in the last four games
while Powell increased his total to
32 in the last 25 games with a
three-run homer.
. The Winner was Marcelino Lo-
pez, 2-1, who retired 13 in a row!
after taking over with two out in
the fourth following two-run sin-

nesota erupted for five runs and
went on to beat Boston 6-2.
Boston's only runs off Jim Kaat,
6-4, came on a two-run homer by
Carl Yastrzemski, his 15th of the
season, in the sixth inning after
the Twins had opened a 5-0 gap.
Leo Cardenas opened the Twins'
third with a single to center. After
an infield out, Kaat doubled to
score Cardenas. Ted Uhlaender

Imlach was here Monday where the National Hockey League is
holding its annual meeting to prepare for the 1969-70 schedule.
"I said I would be interested in Punch as soon as he was let go by
Toronto." said Blair Monday "That 'still goes and I hone to get to-

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offer. 665-9605 after 6 p.m. 30 Z28
TRIUMPH, 1967 500 cc. TIOOR, excel-
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gether with him in the next few days." '69 BSA SCRAMBLER ex cond. $850.
Imlach admits he has had four coaching offers since he left the
Lh1966 NORTON SCRAMBLER, 750 cc,
Leafs and that he might accept a job on an interim basis- good condition, nobby tires. NO 3-
* * * 5092 after 6. Z31
0 SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Warriors of the Na- NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
tional Basketball Association announced yesterday signing Bob Port- 224 S. First. AA

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FOR SALE
oking for summer RSL
5, 10Htc I HAVE a Maytag 18 lb. washing ma-
chine which I bought last November,
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partially disabled washing rugs. Heavy duty, best made,
student, teaching Make offer. Must sell, 769-3386.
15. Call 769-0657 26B27
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he dreth Tws'pthr man of Creighton, their top draft choice. Triumph Y amah
then drove the Twins' pitcher BMW Tawasaki
home with a single to center. Portman, 22, a 6-foot-51/2, 200-pound forward, was raised in San ZTC
With Uhlaender on second after Francisco and went to high school here before going to Creighton, BSA~MK III SPITFIRE 1967, ex cond.,
a wild pitch by Red Sox starter where he became the highest scorer in that college's history. extra chrome. 483-0014. Z24
and loser Ray Culp, 9-3, Rod Portman was also drafted by the Denver Rockets of the American 1969 HONDA CL 175, warranty, 1,500
Carew beat out an infield single. Basketball Association. miextras. $550 neg. Call 761-2330.
Killebrew then thumped a long ----Z- Z3C

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gles by Tom Satriano and Sandy triple to the right-center field!
Alomar. fence, scoring Uhlaender and * *
* * , ,Carew. Rich Reese followed by
singling home Killebrew.

R ed Sox washed
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS
Harmon Killebrew tripled h
two runs and scored on a sing]
the third inning last night as A
TE STANDINGS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division

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NIERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct.

Baltimore 40 16 .714
Boston 35 19 .649
Detroit . 28 23 .54
Washington 29 30 .492
New York 28 30 483
Cleveland 18 33 .353
West Division
Minnesota 30 23 .566
Oakland 26 24 .520
Seattle 24 29 .453
Chicago 22 28 .440
Kansas City 24 31 .436
California 17 35 .327
Yesterday's Results
Minnesota 6, Boston 2
Chicago 9, Cleveland.5
Baltimore 11, California 4
Kansas City 7, New York 6
Oakland 6, Washington 4
Detroit 5, Seattle 0
Today's Games
Boston at Minnesota, night
Kansas City at New York, night
Cleveland at Chicago, night
Seattle at Detroit, night
California at Baltimore, night
Oakland at Washington, night

GB
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121
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214
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Chicago 37 17 .685
New York 28 23 .549
Pittsburgh 26 29 .473
St. Louis 26 29 .473
Philadelphia 18 31 .367
Montreal 12 37 .245
West Division
Atlanta 32 21 .604
Los Angeles 30 26 .577
San 'Francisco 29 23 .558
Cincinnati 27 22 .551
1 Houston 28 30 .483
San Diego 24 33 .421
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 3, Atlanta 1
Montreal at San Diego, inc.
New York at San Francisco, inc.
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, inc.
Houston 7, Pittsburgh 4
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4
Today's Games
Chicago at Atlanta, night
New York at San Francisco
St. Louis at Cincinnati, night
Pittsburgh at Houston, night
Montreal at San Diego, night
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, night
degree, LLB or JD also sought
more advc. position. Social Serv. Tr
ing Spec., MA and 2 years admin.
per, In soc. wk
SUMMER PLACEMIENT
SERVICE
212 SA.B., Lower Level
Bucyrus-Erie Company, South1
waukee, Wisconsin seeks architect
student for summer work, want so
one available now, or after the en
spring-%x term in late June. Exce]
salary. Rurther details at S.P.S., c
to 212 S.A.B.

_ Holtzman wins 10th III l .
ome ATLANTA-Pinch hitter Willie Three gymn
le in Smith and Ron Santo slammedIThreeMich
Win- eighth inning home runs last night, sity of M ich
prowering the Chicago Cubs to a! among the si
3-1 victory over Atlanta in a bat- be representing
tle of the National League's divis- of Americas G
ion leaders, ment in Mexico
Smlth hit a towering drive into day and conti
the right field stands and became
the first player to hit a homer into I urday afternoo
GB the upper deck of Atlanta Stadi- ; Sid Jensen,
- um. Santo then cracked a two-run Bill Mackie, w
111 shot into the left field stands, all-around spec
111 driving in Billy Williams. ticipating in th
164 All three runs came off lanky formerly called
2214 Ron 'Reed, who had not allowed a can Games. R
- Cub past second base and had every nation in
112 given up only three hits in the isphere are ex
2f> in the event.
3 first seven innings. -e
fib, The victory went to Ken Haltz- During the
10 man, who boosted his record to season, Jensen
10-1 although Smith batted for '
him in the eighth. I
Reed, 5-5 has lost his last four BAC
starts. P
The Braves had taken a 1-0 lead JOSH U
in the second inning when Clete Spe
Boyer walked and raced home on ,,
Bob Tillman's double. BACH
IN A

of Americas meet
Lasts, with Univer- verines' m o s t valuable gymnast.
igan ties, will be He will be a senior'next year.
x athletes who will Rodney played a key role dur-
ing the past season, his 1 a s t at
g Canada in the Cup Michigan, as the Wolverines cap-
ymnastics Tourna- tured the Big Ten championship.
o City beginning to- Mackie is a transfer from the
ruing through Sat- Ufniversity of British Columbia. He
will be a senior in the fall.
n.

Fred Rodney, and
who, are considered
cialists, will be par-
he meet, which was
d the North Ameri-
epresentatives from
the Western Hem-
pected to take part
past gymnastics'
was voted the Wol-
II

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Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
Mze
MUSICAL MPSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001.
10-7 p.m. X
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED 1966 or earlier issue of Play-
boy, 50c per copy. Call weekdays be..
fore 3, 769-5558. 3K26

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THE ALTERNATIVE
WHAT YOU WANT WE GOT
FROM LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
TO FOOD FOR THE SOUL.
STUDENT-FACULTY CO-OP
COFFEE HOUSE
S.A.B.-across from Ad. Bldg.

HISTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
CYTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
F Needed for immediate employment.
I ASCP registered or eligible. Excellent
salary' and benefits. Apply Sparrow
Hospital Personnel, Lansing, or call
collect 1-517-487-6111, ext. 333. 25H16
COLLEGE STUDENTS
We have several summer jobs avail-
able for college and university stu-
dents. For information call Com-
pany Student Placement Manager,
861-1883 in Detroit. H34
ATTRACTIVE WOMEN students to rep-
resent quality cosmetics line in dorms
and sororities. Call 971-3741. H26
BUSINESS SERVICES
Xerox copies PAPERS, ESSAYS, RE-
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only 7c on overnight service, use cor-
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during business hours 9c per page.
Discount Photocopy Service, 1217 S.
University. 769-0560. 8JTC
WOULD LIKE to watch toddler in my
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STENCILS, THESIS, and term papers
typed in my home. 769-5441. J1
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in leer home. Thesis, technical
typing, stufflig, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
WANTED TO RENT ;
WANTED: apt. w/swimming pool to
share w/one man for summer. 662-
I4719. 15 L27

PERSONAL
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never used. $80 per set or $150 for
both. Original price $280.00 Call Ron
or Scott after 6 p.m. 761-2680. FP
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0868 orr761-3690 after 6
p.m. for appointment to see portfolio.
t F
THIS IS NO JOKE! 'ave $75-$500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive the cost.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151.
LEAVING THURS., June 12 for camp-
ing, hiking in Wyoming. Would like
couple or singles to share expenses
and experiences. Call Sandy, 665-5864
immediately. 51F25
'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
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Residence Directors, membership, per-
sonnel and development directors, and
personnel for YWCA's at college in Ore.,
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Tall Opparel Shops, N.Y.C.: Man-
agenen trainee for merchandising,
general degree, exper. not necess.
Holt Rinehart and Winston, Inc.,
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in one area. Lib. arts degree, no ex-
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FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks,
two hours undergraduate credit op-
tional) 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 will also meet with representa-
tives of government and student so-
cieties. For further information con-
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Dearborn, Mich. 48128. Call 271-2300,
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$7.50 Rh positive, $10 and $12 Rh
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Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
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