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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fridov, June 24. 1969

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USC captures title,
as 'M' netters fall

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Continued from , Pw, )

By BILL DINNER
Special To The Daly
PRINCETON, N.J.- Happiness
is passing Lutz.
At least it was for the persistent
Mike Estep as he registered the
major upset of the National Col-
legiate Tennis Tournament by
downing USC's topseeded Bob
Lutz, 5-7, 6-4, 8-6.
Despite Lutz's defeat, USC
clinched its third straight NCAA
tennis title by placing four of its
representatives in the semi-finals.
and rolling up 30 points, seven
ahead of second place UCLA.
Michigan was forced to settle
for a fifteenth place tie with eight
points after Pete Fishbach a n d
Brian Marcus were eliminated in
the quarterfinals of the doubles.
Yanks triumph
On Iger error
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Pitcher Earl Wil-
son's throwing error on Jerry
Kenney's high bouncer in the sec-
ond inning allowed three runs to
score and enabled the New York
Yankees to beat Detroit 5-3 last
night.
Wilson's low throw' skipped past
first baseman Norm Cash, and
Gene Michael, Jake Gibbs and
Horace Clarke raced home as the
Yankees broke a 1-1 tie with two
out. Michael and Gibbs had
singled with two out.
Wilson, 6-6, saw a string of 17
scorelss innings ended in the first
when the Yanks scored on a single
by Clarke, Kenney's double and
Joe Pepitone's sacrifice fly.
That matched a Detroit run off
Stan Bahnson, 4-9 in the.top of
the inning on singles by Dick
McAuliffe and Ike Brown and Al
Kaline's sacrifice fly.
Detroit got another run in the
fifth on Brown's infield single and
Kaline's RBI double. But the
Yankees made it 5-2 in their half
when Bobby Murcer led off with
a triple and scbred on' Jimmie
Hall's sacrifice fly.
* * *
Orioles fly aain
WASHINGTON-Un b e a t e n
Dave McNally hurled a two-hitter
for his 10th victory of the season
as the Baltimore Orioles scored in
the eighth and niiith innings and
beat' Washington 2-0 last night;
for their seventh straight triumph.
Tim Cullen's leadoff single to"
left in the third and a single to
center by Paul Casanova to open1
the ninth were the only safeties
off the Oriole left-hander. The
only other Senator to reach base1
was Frank Howard, who walked
with one out in the seventh.

Estep, who played most of the
season in the shadow of teammate
Zan Querry, was never sure of
himself; in fact, Estep exclaimed,
"Confidence? Are you kidding?
Hell, I didn't feel confident after
I won."
Both players held service during
the first set until Lutz in t h e
eleventh game scored two aces to
take the set. Lutz grabbed a 3-0
lead in the second, but the 19-
year-old Junior Davis Cup t e a m
member reeled off five quick
games and held on to win the
match. .
The Rice sophomore, who was
hitting "the best lobs of my life,"
waded through three match points
in the last set before sealing the
victory with a service ace over
the discouraged Lutz.
Advancing into today's semi-
finals with Estep were two of Lutz'
teammates, Joquin Layo-Mayo
and Marcello Lara, both Mexican
Davis Cuppers.
Lara defeated Miami's Luis
Garcia, 3-6, 6-2, 9-7, who yester-
day upset third seeded Roy Barth.
Layo-Mayo whipped one of last
year's semi-finalists, Arizona's
Brian Chaney in straight sets, 6-2,
6-3.
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FOR RENT

FEMALE ROOMMATE for sublet needed
immediately. Penny, 761-3325. 49 C33
WANTED female roommate, 2 bdrm
apt., swimming pool, own 'room. Mid-
way betw. Eastern and U of M. Call
761-2549 after 8 p.m. 52 C31
1346 GEDDES near Observatory. Old
but large 2 bedroom, 3 or 4 man. All
utilities paid. NO 8-6906. 4lctc
CAMPUS - FALL, MODERN
418-E. Washington
Large one-bedrooms for 2 or 3 students
NO 8-6906 42 ctc
CAMPUS HOSPITAL AREA
521 Walnut
Modern, large, dishwasher.'
2 bedroom-4-man
1 bedroom-2-man
For information, call NO 8-6906
43 etc
JEWISH? MALE? Looking for a room-
mate for the fall? Call Paul, 769-
0150. 45C32
AVAIL. NOW, 3-room apt. in old house,
furnished, wood panelled, carpeted.
Yard and barbecue. Call 662-9833.
46C32
LARGE 1 BEDROOM. Now-Sept. 1.
Back yard, campus. Dependable mar-
ried couple. $135/mo. 761-1003 or 761-
0627. 47C32
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from
$200
761 -8055,

FOR RENT
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $155.00.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
edsappliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditioning. Fully
carpeted and draped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-'
ed except electricity. Immediate
occupancy. Phone 761-3998 or 665-
0057. Offices 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. Cli

SUMMER SUBLET
SUBLET-1 girl needed IIIB air cond.
Share room. 665-6949. U33
SUB
Need one roommate. Sex?
Large apt. in old house.
Own bedroom, new closet
and paint. Reduced rent,
331 Catherine. 662-2290.
69 U31
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. UTC
LARGE, FURN. 1 bdrm, apt. June 15-
Sept. 1. Very near campus. 769-4931
or 763-2225. U20

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Furnished and unfurnished, air condi-
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con- tioned, 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ditioned, privately owned-References ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
-Ask our tenants.
One & Two Bedrooms Available FEMALE NEEDED. air-cond, mod, bi-
level w/dishwasher. Close to campus,
Call 1 -864-3852 July & Aug. Cheap. 769-3250. , 77 U35

Good Used Comer
Pentrax H3V Fl.8. Meter .
Pentrax H3V F2.0, Case.
Pentrax Spotomatic with Ca
Nikon "F" F2.0, Auto. only .
Canon 7S F1.8 (Leica type) .
400mm Takumar F5.6, case
Visoflex LLl Prism, latest .
CENTURY CAMERA
(At our new location)
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Between 13 and 14 MileF
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... $125
$95
ase $175
$175
... $150
... $165
$110 .
Oak
Rd.
d Diner

FOR SALE
GREAT SALE! Bed, dresser, desk, stereo.
Must be sold immediately, leaving
town. Do call Russ after 5:00 p.m.
at 76,1-3525. E3B32
THE HOBBY HOUSE
810 Brown
Open weekends onlv:
Sat. 10-5; Sun. 1-5
Antiques, odds and ends
Gifts
25 lEtc
FOR SALE-black and white tv, $10.00.
Good reception. Call Nancy, 761-4890.
31 B34
1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine, slightly used, sews
on buttons, makes buttonholes,
overcasts. fancy stitches. No at-
tachments needed. 5 year parts and

USED CARS
1965 VALIANT 145 h.p., 6 cylinders 2
door. Michelin oversize tires, clean,
no rust. $600 or best offer. 665-4743.
5-6 p.m. 57 N34
'65 CORVAIR convertible, ex. cond.,
$800 or best offer. Call after 6 p.m.
769-0544. 58 N33
'64 TRIUMPH green, wire wheels.
convertible tops. Ex, cond. $1100. 456-
1128. 56 N35
1962 PONTIAC Starchief. Mechanically
sound. Body in good condition. Ask
$325. 761-5723. 53 N33
MERCEDES-BENZ yellow convertible,
excellent condition. Call Joe, 769-3195
after 6 p.m. 55 N34
68 MERCURY CYCLONE GT. Sharp.
$2095. 663-5284. 47 N31
68 FIAT 850 coupe. $1595. 663-5284.

or 1-353-

Tall Rc
$~761-4361

7389 SUBLET 'til Aug. 17. Price negotiable.
C39 One, two, or three people. Call 1-
- ~~ 342-5767. . . 78 U35
LUXURY LIVING for summer. Walk to
V 1 Jcampus. Air-cond., furn., carport, en-
closed patio, 2 bdrm. 761-1523 eve-
nings.- 63 Utc
0 mO. - SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
'C- 737 Packard
54 C5jS 1-5 p.m. 761-8063 U25

service guarantee. Total price $53.20 48 N31
orth to or payments of $5.80/mo. Call Capi-
to tol Credit Manager 'til 9 p.m. If '63 TRIUMPH TR-4, Good condition,
toll, call collect 1-563-8200. new top, good tires, body solid-no
D17 22 B35 rust fine mechanical shape. $900 or
- -- - - best offer. Tom. 761-3812. NA
1969 ZIG-ZAG
.. . sewing machine slightly used, blind PERSONAL
hems dresses,,'darns, appilques, sews - "''
RETARY on buttons, monograms, no attach- ALPINE RIDING STABLES. Horsel
person- ment needed to make buttonholes, rented, bought, and sold. 2525 W.
ry and Full price $34.70 or terms of $4,73! Seven Mile Rd., Whitmore Lake. Rid-
ary in- mo. Call Capitol Credit Manager ing weekends only, 449-2950. 62 Ftc
tration. 'til9 p.m. If toll, call collect 1-563- r °- -_-- -
8200n 23 B35 GIVING chocolate cat; selling tv, pho-.
h some - --------------. nograph, 35 mm Yashica, 764-5407:
eptable MAPLE KITCHEN TABLE with 4 chairs, 663-9035. 63 F34
$20. Enameled steel kitchen cabinet. WHERE MARGINAL PRICES Buy
$15. White chest of drawers, $15. Crib, 2 QaEit UiARoIN Au DiaBonds-
ent po- $10. 663-6368, 27B31 Qult imns Asi iIod.
gs. - 1209. University. 663-7151. F
educa- RELAX-A-CISOR. Barely used. Value SEE THE Indian color movie "Teesari
at$360; selling for $150 or best offer. Manzeel" (no English sub titles!)
769-6761. 28 B32 Saturday, 21st June, at 7:30 p.m. Ad-
110 LB SET BARBELLS $15, 34" x 6Q"' mission members of ISA: $1.50. Non-
steel desk with swivel chair $45, 26" members: $1.75. Angell Hall Aud. A.
car top carrier (clamshell) $35, '67 60 F31
Honda. 761-7235 29 B32
[P)LOYERAR YOU A COUPLE looking for a
GUITAR: $90 new. Best offer. 761-5741 cheap, unhasseled place to live to-
60 H34 30 B32 gether? 665-6353. $33 ea. or sgl. $40.
-- _ _ .___- 57 F32

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daily
spIGorts
NIGHT EDITOR,
pair. WTu~ um r

- 40 Ctc,
FIREPLACE, dishwasher, ceramic tile
bath and separate shower, family size
kitchen, carpeting, free parking in
r hospital area. 4-man occupancy avail-
able for fall.

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HIL HERTZ
Michigan's last hopes for a
title faded as the doubles combo
of Marcus and Fishbach lost a
trying match to seventh seeded
Bob McKinley and Richard Stock-
ton of Trinity University (Texas),
4-6, 6-2, 4-6.
After switching services in the
opening set, both teams held un-
til the tenth game when McKin-
ley smashed three backhand vol-
leys to break Fishbach's service
and steal the set.
The Wolverines came back
strong in the second as they broke
service twice and held on to win.
The third set was an exact dupli-
cate of the first except that it was
Marcus' serve that was' broken in
the tenth game..
Fishbach's little brother aptly
summed up their performance'
when he noted, "I've never seen
Pete throw his racket so much."
Estep's upset, however, was not
the only one of the, day as Trin-
ity's unknown Dan O'Bryant and
Pancho Walthall turned the trick
by smothering UCLA's top-seeded
Roy Barth and Steve Tidhall, 6-3,1
6-1, 6-1.

Campus Management. Inc. j
335 E. Huron 662-7787
38 Ctc
3RD GIRL NEEDED fall-winter terms,
2 bdrm apt. Inquire after 5. 761-0826.
35 C31
FALL

AVAIL. NOW, 2 private rooms for rent.
2 blks. from Union. $50 and $70 mo.
Must be thru Aug. or longer. 500 S.
Fifth Ave. Call 761-4166. 56 C31
ROOM w/kitchen privileges near cam-
pus, $10/wk. 769-2406. 57 C34
MAN
Available Fall1
761-7600

1, 2, 3 bedroom .apartments with air
conditioning and dishwasher. Somel
are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825:
23Ctc
FEMALE GRAD seeking roommate. Near
campus; pool, fireplace. Own room.
662-771~7. 53 C35

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments

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MOD. AIR-COND. 2 or 4 man, patio.
$45 ea. July-Aug. 761-5584. 48C32
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'150 SUZUKI 1966 3,000 mi., ex cond.,
$200. 665-3337 evenings. 38 Z35
1966 HONDA S-65, 2000 mi. Helmet in-
cluded. Reasonable. 665-0488 after 6
p.m. 33Z31
MOTOR SCOOTER-(Vespa via Se'ars)
exc, cond. $160. Call 663-1359 after 6
p.m. .r34Z33
'64 YAMAHA 80. 7,000 mi. $100 or best
offer. Call 662-5354 after, 6 p.m.
35Z32
1969 DUCATI, 250 cc, Monza, 2100 mi.
$500 or best offer. 769-0821. 36Z33
TRIUMPH, 1967 500 cc. TIOOR, *excel-
lent cond. 761-2963, 761-8282. 31 Z29
1966 NORTON SCRAMBLER, 750 cc,
good condition, nobby tires. NO 3-
5092 after 6. Z31
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 S. First, AA
Triumph Yamaha
BMW Tawasaki
ZTC
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500

WANTED: Creative male student eligi-
ble for financial aid, interested inaWAnTEDpTg mREcTr
art and sports program run accord- - -- - ----
ing to "free school" principles for FACULTY COUPLE needs / house or
Willow Run Junior High students, large apt, for 1 year, no children or
Call 763-3549 or come to room 2547 pets. Write B. McInnis, 6320 Magno-
SAB. 57H31 Ila St., New Orleans, La. 70118. Call
-- --- - - 504-877-0862. 19 L34
UNDERGRAD MALE to assist professor -- ---- -------- -
(in wheel chair) in return for room NEED DESPERATELY 3-man apt. for
and board. 761-9034 after 5. 56 H30 fall. Old house preferred. Unfurn.
-- ----- -- -- ----- OK. Call Larry, 665-9315. 20 L34{
GIRLS WANTED to sell cosnfetics, ---- ------ -
Work own hours. Fun, rewarding. 761- FRIEND'S Intern'l Center Co-op now
4974, 7-9 p.m. 55 H34 accepting women boarders for sum-
--------- mer IIIB. Also rooms for women and
COLLEGE MEN - Looking for summer meals for men. 1416 Hill St. 662-6083
work? Call' 662-9726. 1OHtc 4 E35
COLLEGE STUDENTS GRAD STUDENT interested in sharing
We have several summer jobs avail-. I bdrm apt. with someone who can
able for college and university Stu-- cook. Call 761-6978 or 1-215-473-2293.
dents. For information call Corn- 18 L34
pany Student Placement Manager, YOU CAN'T take Keego out of Foxman,
861-1883 in Detroit. H34 but you can help take Foxman out

DAVID awarded $150 vacation pay plus
costs against Peter Wyman of Centi-
core. 58 P31
NICE, OUIETi female grad, little time
for social life, very lonely. Becky.
write Box 53, Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard. 59 F33
DIAL POETRY, 761-2697. 56F34
'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
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds , of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMchigan Daily, 764-0562 or at home,
769-3566. P17
COUPLE SEEKS other couple to swing.
with Write Box 69. 31F25
Subscribe to
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Foxcroft, 815 S. State
Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
University Plaza, 608 Monroe
Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
Oak Terrace 909 OaQ kn d

a a erc, a uiana
BARGAIN CORNER 9 Athena, 508 S. Division
Ann Arbqr Trust Co.
Property Management Divisio
Sa m / SStore 06 S. "Main 769-2800
LEVI'S Galore For SUMMER SUBLET
Gals and Guys! 2 GIRLS NEEDED to share 2 bed
4 man apt. w/a.c., dishwasher,

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BUSINESS SERVICES

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Keego. Wanted for remainder of
nmer, sublet modern one bedroom
Call 1-682-2810 betw. 5-10,p.m.
17 1,31

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serving U of M since 1963
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

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room.
park-

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TYPING in my home 40c page. Callj
971-0242. 11 J34'-
TYPING OF DISSERTATIONS, theses,
papers, etc. Expertly done at home on
IBM Selectric typewriter. 761-3139.
10 J31
PROFESSIONAL TYPIST, reasonable
rates, rapid service. Cali 434-1121.
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Button Fly ...... $5.98
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims ......$6.00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees.......$6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals....$6.00

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 47 17 .734 -
Boston 38 24 .613 8
Detroit 34 25 .576 101%2
New York 32 35 .478 16%/
Washington 31 35 .470 17
Cleveland 22 37 .373 22i/2
West Division
Oakland 33 26 .559 -
Minnesota 34 27 .557 -
Seattle 27. 34 .443 7
Chicago 26 33 .441 7
Kansas City 25 37 .403 9V2
California 20 39 .339 13
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 2, Washington 0
Boston 3, Cleveland 0
New York 5, Detroit 3
Minnesota 8, California 1
Chicago 13, Seattle 10
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Minnesota at Oakland, night
Chicago at California, 2, twi-night
Kansas City at Seattle, 2, twi-night
Washington at Detroit, night
Baltimore at Cleveland, 2, twi-night
New York at Boston, night

Chicago
New Yorl
Pittsburg
St. Louis
Philadelp
Montreal

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East DivfMon
W L Y
40 23
k 33 27
;h 34 30
31 32
hia 24 35
16 44

West Division
Atlanta 37 25
Los Angeles 36 26
Cincinnati 32 26
San Francisco 34 28.
Houston 31 36
San Diego 26 42

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LEVI'S STA PREST:'
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(5 Colors)
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"Stitches".....

..$6.98
..$8.00
.$6.98
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ing. 721 S. Forest. Rent neg. 761-
0590. 80 134
DEED 2 GIRLS for July-Aug., each
own bdrm. in comfortable 2 story
house, w/in 5 mn. from Ed. School.
Call 662-5971 after 5 p.m. 81 U32
WANTED: fem. rmmate July-Aug. Own
room. 662-8683. 82 U34
4TH GIRL to share pleasant house near
campus. Own room. Avail immed. Call
761-9049. 82 U34
2 ROOM summer sublet, close to cam-
pus. $90/mo. 764-6115 or 663-4323.
84 U34
3 ROOMS furnished with TV, air-condi-
tioning, large yard. 665-0541. 55 C31
SUBLET ON CAMPUS. $95. Call before
8 p.m. 665-0595. 79 U33
YOUR OWN LARGE, AIRY ROOM!
Share appealing house w. 2 women,
July 1-Aug. 31. Large backyard. Call
Nancy, 761-3280 or 663-4086. U34
SUMMER SUBLET, charming furnished
1-2 man apt., 2 blocks from campus.
769-3384. Avail. June 26. 73 U31
1 GIRL NEEDED for a large 2-man
June 28-Aug 25 Own room. Close to

MAGNAVOX portable stereo system
with FM tuner.Fine sound-$45 nego-
tiable. Cali 761-3689 mornings or late
evenings. 12 X32
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions. 209 S. State, 665-8001. X
A DOLLAR A WATT: Heathkit 20 watt
mono amp and pre-amp $20. Also
Univ. 12" spkr. in enclosure $25;
Webcor 3 spd tape rec. w/mike and
empty reel $35. 1 pr. earphones w/
junct. box $5. Call after 6 p.m. 665-
6803. 11 X34
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: blue wallet on South U. Tues.
night. Need identification. Please
bring to 711 Arch, Apt. 204 or send
COD to NYC address. 10 A32
LOST: Cat, large, black and white. Male
with black nose, white paws. 761-
9078. 11 A32
LOST-small spaniel puppy, white with
light brown markings. Reward. Call
769-0029. A25
FOUND--6 wk. old black male kitten in
Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9

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SES. Perfect copies now only 7c. on
overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited erasures and yet be as-
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2400. We supply 20 weight copy paper
free. Documents. stored in office safe
for complete safety on request. Im-
mediate service during business hours
9c per page.' Discount Photocopy Ser-
vice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
8JTC
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette. 97,-2463. 48Jtc

FRIDAY, JUNE 20 6:30
INTERNATIONAL DINNER DICUSSION
"japanese and U.S. Relations:
Okinawa and the Security Treaty"
DR. AKIRA KUBOTA,
Research Associate, Institute for Social Research
" Filipino Dinner-6:30 ($1.00)
" Program-7:30
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER, 921 Church

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Reservations: 662-5529

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Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 5, Montreal 3
New York 6, Philadelphia 5
Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 7
Houston 4, San Diego 2
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
St. Louis at New York, night
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night
Montreal at Chicago
San Francisco at Atlanta, night
San Diego at Houston, night
Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night

BELL BOTTOM LEVI'S
NOW IN STOCK
CPO SH I RTS
Solids and Plaids
$7,95
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Over 7000 Pairs of
Levis IN STOCK
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
State of Main: Insurance Actuary, ex-
per Probation-Parole Officer, exper and
psych/soc. area degree.
City of Reading, Pa.: Bureau of Re-
creation -- supervisor of playgrounds
and Teen centers, prefer young men for
youth work in playgound summer and
winter.
St. John's Episcopal Hospital, Brook-
lyn, N.Y.: Medical Social Worker, MSW.
Maumee Valley Historical Society, To-
tedo, Ohio: Director of Society which
includes Wolcott House Museum. Form-
al museum trng. desired.

City of Minneapolis: Administrative
Analysis: degree in bus., psych. or en-
grg. area.
State of Michigan: Economic Analyst,
degree in econ., stat, or math, BA 0-3
yrs. exper or adv. degrees with less
exper.
Presbyterian - St. Luke's Hospital,
Chicago, Ill.: BA lib. arts for U n i t
mgr., respon. for non-med. admin. of
patient care in a unit.'
Alumni Assoc., Western Field Of-
fice, U. of M., San Francisco, Calif.:
Administrative Assistant, good clerical
skills, and public relations orientation,
pref. Mich. grad.
Cty of .Phoenix, Arizona: Civil En-
gineer.
Bristol Laboratories, nationwide
openings: Sales representatives for MD,
hospitals, pharmacies and labs, lib. arts
degree, good if sci: bckrnd, some sales
exper good, not necess.

campus. 665-6976. 74 U31 TRANSPORTATION
GIRL'S ROOM w/access to kitchen, FOR SALE: Charter ticket, London-De-
laundry facilities. On Catherine. 761- troit. Aug. 25. Dave. 662-1687. 15 027
7235. 75 U32 PP
SUMMER SUBLET: 2 bedroom, near
campus, with air conditionermand FREE KITTEN. 663-2256. 10 T31
dishwasher for summer half-term at -__________________
$120 per mo. Call 665-2673 or 761-5816. FREE PUPPIES & KITTENS. Call early
71 U34 evening. 665-2800, EE T35
MIKE and JOE
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Invite
You and Your Date to (asa Nova
for
PIZZA, ITALIAN

OY, did. we havea
picnic last Sunday!
So, by POPULAR DEMAND,
-WE'RE HAVING ANOTHER ONE-
THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 22

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Now Is "Often Seen"
Every year thousands of visitors to this
operating coal mine at St. Boniface, Pa.
ride nearly half a mile into the earth on
a safer electricpowered car to see where

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