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Friday, June 20, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAL r

Friday, June 20, 1969THE MICHIGAN DAIL'i'

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Daily Classifieds

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FOR RENT
MODERN FURNISHED Lakefront cot-
tage, adults only. $70 per week. 9752
Galatian. Buck Lake near Lakelands.
M36. 15 miles from Ann Arbor. 58 C31
[,G. CHARMING HSE, to share, fem.,
grad, parking. own bdrm., balcony,
pvt. yard. 668-9851. 59 034
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month

FOR RENT
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
/
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:
. dishwasher
. 1$ baths
* balcony
0 sound conditioning

" storage and laundry facilities
761-1945 . off street parking
Free same day delivery and service See resident manager in Apt. A-7 1-
New 19" portables 5 *30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-
C18, 1717,
C-- ,- I ,CHARTER REALTY
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4 29Ctc
man apt., 2 blocks from business "_______ _
.school, 3blocks from law school. Call
6920.28Ctc 3 Bedrooms
_____________________and
FIREPLACE
Yes, that's righ~t. Live in the Si~m-
AUGUST OCCUPANCY miteuse this fall. Call 761-8055
or 761-54111. 39 Ctc

THE
PROOF
ROCK
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
9:00-1:00 1.00
AT
MARK'S
coffee house
605 E. William
DIAL 8-6416
"He didn't know he had
courage .. until cour-
age was all he had left!
.+ M G M presents the
John Frankenheimer-
Edward Lewis
Production of
the fixer
based on the Pulitzer
.Prize-winning novel by
Bernard Malamud.
Metroco'or
with
Alan Bates
Dick Bogarde
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$1.00 OFF
One a large one item (or more)
pizza. One coupon per pizzo.
Pick Up Only
211 E. Ann St.-Next to
the Armory
Expires Aug. 1
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ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
7218. FOREST STREET

NEAR CAMPUS AND HOSPITALS
Spacious, quiet, 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartments, security inter-,
con and door system, colored appli-
ances, disposal, hishwashers avail-
able, carpeted, draped, individually
heated and cooled; huge closets and
storage, new G.E. laundry facilities,
Cuigan water conditioning, am-
pie parking, all utilities except
electricity and phone, included.
Business Office at 347 Maynard St.
9 to 5 call 769-3131 or 663-6052
7-10 p.m. call 761-3995
r C30
FALL,
1969
We are now accepting appli-
cations for our choice fur-
nished campus apartments
,for 1, 2, 3, or 4 single stu-
dents. Inquiries may be
made at
545 Church
Call 761-7600
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
031

FALL RENTALS
;721 S. Forest
101 N. Ingalls
905 Oakland
Modern 2 bedroom apartments-rent in-
c4j ludes heat, water, and parking.
Office at 347 Magnard
Call days 663-6052 or 769-1258
49Ctc
Bilevels for Fall
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms, formal din-
ing room or separate study. 727
,Packard. 761-6916. 40 032
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Manl
Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck. air conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest
ontsecurity deposit. TV and dish-
washe rental available.
S AmbassadorCompany
736 Packard 761-7982
39Ctc

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Ann Arbor's
FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD
IIUNE 1326
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It t he
1I news today
by The Associated Press and Coll'ge Press Service
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PRESIDENT NIXON voiced a hope last night his adminis-
tration can beat a timetable for pulling 100,000 troops out of
Vietnam by year's end and all ground combat troops by the close
of 1970.
* The timetable was proposed by Clark Clifford, former secretary
of defense, in an article in Foreign Affairs Quarterly.
The President said, too, thetarget date for talks with Russia on
l limitation of strategic arms is sometime between July 31 and Aug. 15.
E NIXON said last night the nomination of conservative mayoral
carididates in New Yqrk, plus similar results in Los Angeles and Min-
neapolis, indicate American voters are disgusted "with violence and
lawlessness."
Nixon said he does not think the great majority of people in the
major cities is anti-black or anti-poor.
"The American people in our cities, in our small towns and in our
country are fed up . . . with violence and lawlessness and they want
candidates who take a strong stand against it," Nixon said,
The president added he would endorse all Republican nominees.
DUBLIN'S PRIME MINISTER JACK LYNCH won a slim, but
apparently decisive lead today in the Irish Republic's election and
declared he would form the next government.
With only 211 of the 144 Daillower house seats to be decided,
opposition spokesmen-conceded that the 52-year-old prime minister
was back in power, though on a knife-edge.
Lynch proved wrong almost unanimous forecasts that his sup-
porters would be forced into a parlimentary minority.
GOV. RICHARD B. OOILIVIE ordered 70 state troopers to
Cairo, Ill., yesterday to take over patrol of the racially tense city.
Four fires - three of which fire officials termed "definitely ar-
son" - erupted in Cairo Wednesday. Elsewhere in the city, sporadic
sniper fire was reported Wednesday.
Cairo has been under a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew since Monday as
a result of a fresh outbreak of fires and fire bombings and sniper fire.
DAILY TIMES
I NOW FXESERNTHATE 1:00-3:40 1

Ulrjch to analyze
books tore proposal
(Continued from Page 1r Goebel said he walnted to study
However, the proposal itself did the report of the National Book-
not stipulate funding methods, store Association and the reports
which caused some concern among of other universities with student-
the Regents. run bookstores, and compare these
Regent Robert Brown question- figures with those provided in
ed the feasibility of SGC's plan al- SGC's proposal before he would
lowing for 7.5 per cent discount on be willing to come to a vote.'
the sale of textbooks in the first Fleming backed Goebel's posi-
year. tion and said, "If this is to be
Webster, who gave the actual a University venture. then it is
presentation of the proposal, said within the legitimate rights of the
the University bookstore would be Regents to study reports of book-
able to do this since it would not stores to determine if we are tak-
have the regular expenditures fac-I ng on a liability so that we may
ed by Ann Arbor bookstore own- determnine if we are prepared to
ers, assume this responsibility in view
Webster cited a Michigan state of the University's overall priori-
law which stipulates that abook- ties."
store operated in part by the Fleming cited cases at a few
University does not have to charge other universities where student
the four per cent sales tax. This bookstores had failed. "Student
way, Webster said, students would bookstores are known to come and
be saved "as much as $15 to $20 go," he said.
a year." McLaughlin countered that the
He added that SGC was aiming SGC proposal was carefully re-
for $750,000 in sales for the first searched on the basis of studies of
year, and that after all expected nine student bookstores in the
expenditures were accounted for.( Big Ten.

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the store would have an $11,500
gross profit. Webster said t h i s
money could be used as either a'
buffer to meet unexpected ex-
penses, or could be used for t h e
next year's inventory.
Webster added the bookstore
would encomjpass the SOC' dis-3
dount store, and the profits from
the discount store could be used to
underwrite any debts from t h e
bookstore.

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aged by students of the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552.Secon d
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich i-
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through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
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mail,

FALL RENTALS

2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury
121 E. Hoover
511 E. Hoover
711 Arch
914 S. State
915 S. Division

Furnished Apts.
665-8330
663-3809
663-5284
769-4759
761-5471

ATTENTION
FACULTY &, STAFFI
presenting
CLIFFS ON THE POINT
Lakeshore Apartments
12 minutes from campus
See these Award-Winning Apartments
which are truly a carefree year around
vacation home located on a 5 mile
long lake.

Many of these units include air cond.,
balconies, diAhwashers, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve-Vour apt. for fal
663-3809
270tc
Fall
Ap"artments
1, 2, 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.
Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
ditioning, balcony, garbage disposal,
dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
ties. Come to our rental office at 737
Packard.
761-8055
6Cte
1 BDRN. MOD. APT. furn.) air cond.,
dishwasher. Avail. July-Aug. 769-2666
or 761-6966. 51 031
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F 4 BIG SHOWS DAiLYtCONT Id'OUS
"GaLeZig " The Fixer" a.Sos tr tI oon and 2 P.M.
On how Only TonightEv.hosSatt80 and t0o0 P.M.
pt:0 ',at 9 P.M. I
Friday ani Saturday
CAMI LLE
dir. GEORGE CUKOR ( 1936)4
GRETA GARBO '
"A divinity trying to succeed as a whore. It's a sub-
lime, ironic performance. "-Pau Ii ne Kael
Hock your-mother to see~this one!
7,& 9 ARCHITECTURE
662-8871 ' ~AUDITORIUM
Monday, June 23; ARK (1421 Hill) 9:00 75C
Douglas Sirk's ALL I DESIREi

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SHOWING FURVILebE
375 No. MAPLE PD.-769-1300

NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES... REGULAR PRICES :
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for the whole family!
TONIGT od SAURDA 142 Hil St

6:30-9:10
THUR. ONLY
3:40-6:30-9:10

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
FRIDAY, JUNE 20
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
Inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 92": North Campus Commons
8:15 a.m.
College and !University Administra-
tion Institute: Rackham Assembly Hall,
Fourth Floor, 8:30 a.m.
School of Social Work Continuing
Education Institute: Paul Glasser 4 n d;
Norma Radin, University of Michigan
School of Social Work, "Preventive In-
tervention in Work with Parents: A
New Dimension in Social Work": Lob-
by, Physics Bldg., 9:00 a.m.'
Cinema Guild: Greta Garbo, Robert
Taylor and Lionel Barrymore iru Ca-

TONIG HT acid SATURDAY 1421 Hill S#.-
8:30 P.M.
..P.AM

Mille, directed by George Cukor: Archi-
tecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Placement Service
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division, inquire about
these positions and- application pro-
"cedures bycalling 764-7460, or stop in
it 3200 S.A.B3.1
Educational and Cultural Center ser-
ving Onondaga andq. Oswega Counties,
Syracuse. N.Y.: Personnel Dev. Lab.
serving school districts seeks coordina-
tor, background in ed or other bus. ad/
personnel areas .
International Business Machines, Inc.
of Gaithersbrug, Md. and Endicott, N.Y.
- Programmers, any degree.
Personnel Consultants, ' nationwide
positions with pharmaceutical compan-
Lies -in design and analysis of ,data in
human trial of drugs.
Local Corporation near Saline: Office
position charting graphs from s a l e
personnel, gen. office work also, good
math ability only requirement,
(Continued on Page 4)

DIAL 5-6290

"A New York version of
'The Graduate'! I rre-
sistable !"
Judith Crist, New York Magazine

Featuring:
*Fireplaces
0 Large balconie4 with storage
'O-Fully carpeted and draped;
" Central heat and cooling,
0 Reserver! Carport
" Swimming Pool
* 2 and 3 Bedroom units,
up to 1650 sq. ft..
0° Boat Docking
* Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
483-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti

MILES,
and
DAVE'
JOHNS
playing city folk & blues
LATE SHOW-FRI. and SAT

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MV.1 TME IFDPKDAD U UYUAL PLEASE
"GOODBYE, COLUMBUS' IS
" BOUND TO BE A GREAT
'Goodbye Columbus' is one of those films which
tickle us in our cultural belly. We have no defense
against it except laughter."
-Jay Cassidy, Michigan Doily
The ALTERNATIVE and __i

CO-OP COFFEE HOUSE
PRESENT

Ist FLOOR SAB

the first FREE
1969 SUMMER DANCE CONCERT

Friday

June 20

5:00 P.M.

STARRING
The TATE BLUES BAND from AA
AND
The POPCORN BLIZZARD from LA
in the new Administration Building
courtyard, Jefferson at Thompson

AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENT
IN SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT
World Theatrical Premiere with synchronized sound.
Charles S. Chaplin's famous 1925 classic of the hardships
of life on the Alaskan frontier. Chaplin in his beloved role
as the tramp who goes -North to the gold rush in search of
wealth. He meets a grizzly old prospector and a beautiful

PRU NEWMARN
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