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Saturday, June 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

1

Regents approve Hawkins

7

synthetic grass

signs with'
Ph .-

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00

By LEE KIRK
It's official. Tartan Turf now{
has Regental approval and will be
installed in time for next fall's
games.
The action came as no surprise
to anyone. '
Athletic Director Don Canham
first unveiled his plans for instal-
lation of Tartan Turf at a mid-
May meeting of the Intramural
Advisory Board. At the meeting,
the board agreed to paX $300,000
for installation of Tartan turf on
apractice area on Ferry F i e 1 d
while the Athletic Department
would pay approximately $250,000
for the turf in the stadium.
Canham has called synthetic
turf "the wave of the future." Sev-
eral schools have already installed
artificial carpets on their playing
fields and many more are plan-
ning to have them dpwn by fall.
Olsconsm lhad it last year, and
Michigan State will join Michigan
in installing it for next fall. Ten-
nessee, Alabama and Washington
have all used synthetic turf and
have been satisfied with the re-
sults-.
Canham feels that Tartan Turf
is far superior to the other two
synthetic turfs now marketed. He
feels that the color is superior and
that the surface'is more resilient.
Tartan Turf will also be instal-
DRAFT CONTROVERS'
J0.J0 WhitJ
ST. LOUIS (P) - The draft
board of basketball star Jo Jo
White is asking that his enlist-
ment in a Iarine Corps Reserve
unit In Connecticut be voided on
the grounds the enlistment w a s
fraudulent.
Arthur Kreisman, chairman of
Selective Service Board 110', in
St. Louis, said yesterday that
White technically still was under
an: induction notice and thereby
not eligible to enlist in a Reserve
unit or the National Guard.
White, a former star at St.
Louis' McKinley High school, was
a standout player at Kansas Uni-
versity last season Land has been
signed by the Boston Celtics of
the National Basketball Associa-
tiofi.
White left Thursday with his
Reserve unit for Parris Island,
S.C., for basic training and could
not be reached for comment.
But NBA Commisioner Walter
Kennedy issued a statement in
New York saying hae felt the mat-
Estep rolls in
net tourney
By BILL DINNER
Special To The Daily
PRINCETON, N. J. -R i c e's
diminutive Mike Estep proceeded
on his winning ways as he r6uted
Southern California's Marcello
Lara yesterday in the best of five
match, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2, in the semi-
finals of the National Collegiate
Tennis Tournament.
Estep combined amazing accur-
acy and consistently placed lobs to
frustrate Lara..
Samuel Grammalda, Rice's ten-

led on a soon-to-be-lighted prac- o enI
tice field. The football team will
use it for practices during the late LOS ANGELES (P - Connie.
afternoon and club sport and in- Hawkins has jumped f r o m the
tramural groups will be allowed American Basketball Association
to use it the rest of the time. and signed with the Phoenix Suns
Most prominent among the of the rival National League,i
many advantages of various syn- dropping in the process his $6
thetic turf is the significant re- million lawsuit against the NBA.
duction in injuries that accomp- This was announced yesterday.
any its use. Serious knee and ank- following an unpublished closed
le injuries, the scourge of all foot- meeting of NBA directors.
ball and rugby players, have prac- NBA Commissioner Walter Ken-,
ticallydisappeared when artificial nedy said in a statement he has
grass is used, approved a contract under which
Maintenance ceases to be any Hawkins will play for Phoenix be-
problem. Tartan Turf can stand ginning this fall.
all kinds of weather and a field Richard Bloch, owner of t h e
can be cleaned with a large vac- Suns, said at his home in Beverly
uum cleaner in a half hour. ,,'_ _
With regular grass, relaying and
repairing worn stadium sod used
to cost the University around $20,- d i ly ,
000 a year even though the field
was only used ten times annually. 4
The artificial carpet will prove
a boon not only to the football
team, but to club sport and intra-
muralgroups as well. Their teams NIGHT EDITOR
have long, had to play on Wines PI ET
Field, which in recent years has, PHIL HERTZ
looked like a shell-scarred battle-
field. Hills, "it's official. Hawkins will
Although the cost of the turf is play with the Suns next year.,,
somewhat prohibitive, Canha Hawkins, a center-forward re-
hopes that in the future the Uni- portedly signed a contract in six
versity will be able to install Tar- figures on a multi-year basis.'
tan Turf on other playing areas. The $6 Inillion lawsuit against
the NBA dates back to his college
Y: career in 1961 with Iowa. He was
barred by the NBA for allegedly
plicated introducing a ambler to a fellow
G l / licateplayer. ;
' The loss of Hawkins to the NBA
was a blow to the ABA, already
ter "has blown out of propor- hurt when Lew Alcindor of UCLA
tion." signed with Milwaukee of the
"About two weeks ago," Ken- NBA.-
nedy said, "White was notified "If we lost Connie, we'd ,be in
that the Selective Service office trouble," an ABA official s a i d
in Washington had advised h i s Thursday night before the loss be-
St. Louis draft board that they came official. He listed Hawkins
had approved his request for a with Rick Barry of Oakland and
deferment. Mel Daniels of the Indiana Pacers
White advised the Marine Re- as the league's top three attrac-
serve unit in Hartford, Conn., of io.wkins played out his option
this. The Marine unit verified that with the Mnnesot Pipers 1 a s t
White was eligible to enlist in the season. The Pipers a 1 s o are in
Marine Oorps in a 'telephone con- trouble. President.- Bill Erickson
versation between a Marine Corps said the team lost $300,000. The
sergeant and a representative of possible switch to Pittsburgh now
White's local draft board in St. in the works might collapse with
Louis." Hawkins unavailable.
Kreisman said the draft board Kennedy, it was disclosed yes-
had no record of such a call. He terday, summoned the NBA direc-
said such a call would have been tors to meet in closed session
put into sWhite's file, and that no Thursday at the Forum, home of
woman on the board's staff re- the Los Angeles basketball Lakers.
called taking a call of that nature. Hawkins played a year with the
Kreisman said White never was old Pittsburgh team and the past
a resident of Connecticut and that two with Minnesota.
his enlistment in a Hartford Ma- 'Hawkins got a boost yesterday*
rine Reserve unit "was done for' from Alcindor. Speaking in Mil-
the sole purpose of evading the wukee,,the three-time All-Ameri-
orders of this board." can said, "I've seen the best in the
NBA but I've never seen anyone'
In a copyright story yesteray better than Hawkins.
morning, the St. Louis Globe- "I've seen him play against NBA
Democrat said Gen. Lewis B. Her- players in pick-up games and em-
shey, National Selective Service barass them."
director, ordere4 White's induc- ABA Commissioner George Mi-,
tion delayed indefinitely in May kan made a last-minute but fu-I
after Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton, D- tile effort to hang on to Hawkins.
Mo., and Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, He wired Connie, "The ABA will
D-Conn., intervened. What r o 1 e beat any offer for your services by
Eagleton and Ribicoff played In any NBA team or the NBA itself."
the matter was not spelled out. "The negotiations have been
A Ribicoff aide told The As- very tense, very exciting," the 28-
sociated Press the senator had no year-old, 6-foot-8 forward said.
personal knowledge of the White "I'm glad the seven years have
case, that the matter was for- gone by.
warded routinely to selective ser- "It's been like seven years in
vice with a request to review the a fantasy land," he said, ;referrng
facts. The aide said none of the to the years spent after the gamb-1
senator's staff knew White had ling scandal and playing for the
been able to get into the Hartford Harlem Globetrotters and Minne-'
Marine Reserve unit. sota Pipers.

(Continued from Page3)
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-gray and white tiger stripped
male kitten near Tappan and Hill.
Call 668-9835, ask for Debby. 12 A34
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- wk. old black male kitten in
Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9
FOR SALE
6 MONTHS OLD Westinghouse portable
dishwasher, avacado green, quiet, can
1 be permanently installed. $175; 665-
929' eves. 32 B32
EAST ANN ARBOR, brick and frame,
low maintenance, 3 bdrm, large study/
family room. 764-6351 or 971-2272.
33 B34
GRkAT SALE! Bed, dresser, desk, stereo.
Must be sold immediately, leaving
town. Do call Russ after 5:00 p.m.
at 761-3525. B32
THE HOBBY HOUSE
810 Brown
Oicn weekends only:
Sat. 10-5; Sun. 1-5
Antiques, odds and ends
Gifts
25 Btc
M .1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine, slightly used, sews
on buttons, makes buttonholes,
overcasts, fancy stitches. No at-
tachments needed. 5 year parts and
service guarantee. Total price $53.20
or payments of $5.80/mo. Call Capi-
tol Credit Manager 'til 9 p.m. If,
toll, call 'collect 1-563-8200.
22 B3$
1969 ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine slightly used, blind
hems dresses, darns, appliques,, sews
on buttons, monograms, no attach -
ments needed to make buttonholes.
Full price $34.70 or terms of $4.73/
mo. Call Capitol Credit Manager
'til 9 p.m. If toll, call collect 1-563-
8200. 23 B35
RELAX-A-CISOR. Barely used. Value
at $360; selling for $150 or best offer.
769-6761. 28 B32.
34" x 60" STEEL DESK with swivel
chair $45, car top carrier (clamshell)
$35. 761-7235. 29 B32
GUITAR: $90 new. Best offer. 761-5741.
30 B32
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56F34

Kristen
and
Eric
Welcome to the Big 'U'
HAVE A HAPPY SUMMER?
-Daddy

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.,
9-4; Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission.
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
F
ALPINE RIDING STABLES. Horses
rented, bought, and sold. 2525 W.
Seven Mile Rd., Whitmore Lake. Rid-
ing weekends only. 449-2950. 62 Ftc
GIVING chocolate cat; selling tv, pho-
nograph, 35 mm Yashica. 764-5407;
663-9035. 63 P34
SEE THE .Indian color movie "Teesari
Manzeel" (no Englishmsub titles!)
Saturday,"21st June, at 7:30 p.m. Ad-
mission members of ISA: $1.50. Non-
members: $1.75. Angell Hall Aud. A.
60 P31
ARE YOU A COUPLE looking for a
cheap, unhasseled place to live to-
gether? 665-6353. $33 ea. or sgl. $40.
57 F32
NICE, QUIET female grad, little time
for social life, very lonely. r Becky,
write Box 53, Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard. 59 F33
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-noi
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. FA
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMehigan Daily, 764-0562 or at home.
769-3566. F17
COUPLE SEEKS other couple to swing
with. Write Box 69. 31F25
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
here is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. PF

URGENT I ! ! Anyone on the second
floor of the UGLI between the hours
of 10 and 12 p.m. on June 17 (Tues-
day) please call Mike Wilson at 764-
6714 or call collect In Detroit 345-8695,
ALSO ! ! I Someone found my math
book near the library and turned it
in there. PLEASE CALL ME. I HAVE
BEEN CHARGED WITH A FELONY
AND NEED WITNESSES. F38
MARY ANN-Happy 23rd! Have an orgy,
especially since you won't be a Ro-
man much longer.-Carol. P32
Wanted: SWEDISH SPEAKING person
to converse with 2 beginners this
week, in exchange for groovy dinners.
Marge, 769-0154 (days 764-2512).
64 P32
HELP WANTED
PERSONNEL ASSISTANT-SECRETARY
Varied, interesting work in person-
nel office. Double as secretary and,
personnel assistant; preliminary in-
terviewing and test administration.
Desire college graduate with some
work in psychology and acceptable,
clerical skills.
Steady employment, permanent po-
sition, pleasant surroundings.
Write giving full details of educa-
tion and experience.
Personnel Director
Detroit FrePress
321 W. Lafayette
Detroit 48231
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER'
60 H34
UNDERGRAD MALE to assist professor
(in wheel chair) in return for room
and board. 761-9034 after 5. 56 H30
GIRLS WANTED to sell cosmetics.
Work own hours. Fun, rewarding. 761-
4974, 7-9 p.m. 55 H34
COLLEG7 MEN - Looking for summer
work? Call 662-9726. 10Htc
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING in my home 40c page. Call

AT CENTURY
The Best in
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Pentrax H3V F1.8, Meter ... $125
Pentrax H3V P2.0, Case ........$95
Pentrax Spotomatic with Case $175
Nikon "F" F2.0, Auto, only .. $175
Canon 78 F1.8 (Leica type) .... $150
400mm Takumar F5.6. case .... $165
Visoflex LL1 Prism latest .... $110
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4254 N. Woodward, Royal oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner
Charges accepted)
Take 94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile Road-the: East to
Woodward and North;
DO2
USED CARS
'57 CHEVY. straight six, rebuilt engine
and trans.,treliable transportation.
$200. 769-3994. 59 N33
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 pp. 55 N34
'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
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Ride to West Coast, leaving
June 29-July 6. Call 769-0131 or 761-
1058. Please leave message. 16 G34
FOR SALE: Charter ticket, London-De-
troit. Aug. 25. Dave. 662-1687. 15 027
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE PUPPIES & KITTENS. Call early
evening. 665-2800. EE T35
MUSICAL MDS :,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessorie new and
used. Lessons, repairs. 209 S. State.
665-8003, 10 a~m.-7 p.m. X
MAGNAVOX portable' stereo system
with FM tuner. Fine sound-$45 nego-
tiable. Call 761-3689 mornings or late
evenings. 12 X32
SUMMER SUBLET
SUBLET: 4th girl peeded. Campus-Hos-
pital area. 663-7674. 85 U33
BARGAIN-mod. apt. for one, Share
June-Aug. 665-2866. 86 U34

SUMMER SUBLET
FEMALE ROOM in house with every-
thing. Living room, kitchen, good
company, cheap, no lease, now-Aug.
761-2914. 87 U34
1 OR 2 MEN needed to share mod. 2
bdrm. apt, own bdrm. and bathrm.
Air cond., furn., park, avail. June 26.
663-3925. 88 U33
2 GIRLS~NEEDED to share 2 bedroom.
4 man apt. w/a.c.. dishwasher, park-
ing. 721 S. Forest. Rent neg. 761-
0590. 80 U34
NEED 2 GIRLS for Judy-Aug., each
own bdrm. in comfortable 2 story
house, w2/in 5amin. from Ed. School.
Call 662-5971 after 5 p.m. 81 U32
WANTED: fem. rmmate July-Aug. Own
room. 662-8683. 82 U34
ITH 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
SUBLET ON CAMPUS. $95. Call before
8 p.m. 665-0595. 79 U33
YOUR. OWN LARGE, AIRY ROOM!
Share appealing housewy 2 women.
,July 1-Aug. 31. Large backyard. Call
Nancy, 761-3280 or 663-4086. U34
SUBLET-1 girl needed IIIB air cond,
Share room. 665-6949. U33
LARGE. FURN. .1 bdrm. apt. June 15-
Sept. 1. Very near campus. 769-4931
or 763-2225. U20
JUNE-AUG. SUBLET-1 or2 girls for
modern air conditioned bi-level. Call
761-5531 after 6 p.m. 27U17
SUMMER SUBLET
Furnished and' unfurnished, air condi-
tioned. 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
FEMALE NEEDED. air-cond, mod, bi-
level w/dishwasher. Close to campus.
July & Aug. Cheap. 769-3250. 77 U35
SUBLET 'til Aug. 17. Price negotiable.
One, two, or three people. CallI 1-
342-5767. , 78 U35
LUXURY LIVING for summer. Walk to
campus. Air-cond., fur ., carport, en.
closed patio, 2 bdrm. 761-1523 eve-
nings. 63 Utc
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5.p.m. 761-8063. IU25
MOD. AIR-COND. 2 or 4 man, patio.
$45 ea. July-Aug. 761-5584. 48C32

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11\ J34

The real blues.
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tonight 9 p.m.

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Bob Goldenthal and Marge Himel
sing the blues.
65 P32
BRUCE
Here I am again, after a long week.
What a messed up city. Will be
glad to go home soon. And remem-
ber, it is sometimes the man who
opens the door who is the last to
enter the room. Love, bls. F33

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nis coach was in a state of fits,
as the five-foot-eight-inch star
would execute perfect backhanded S o five
drop shots from the baseline and, O R PS I e
in one case, a startling forehanded
drop from behind the base. At
pthattimeGrammaldasexclaimed,110 hec
"Oh, my God, he tried out new
shots at a national champion- By The Associated Press
shipn" DETROIT - Brant Alyea's
Joining Estep in today's finals pinch three-run homer capped a
will be the Trojans' Joaquin Loyo- five-run explosion in the 10th in-
Mayo, who downed Miami's se- ning that carried Washington past
cond seeded Pat Cramer, 5-7, 6-4, 'Detroit 7-2 last night.
6-2, 6-0. Cramer, who resided in Alyea connected off John Hill-
South Africa, and who towered er after the Senators snapped a
over his opponent was unable to
withstand the blistering heat and 2-2 tie on Hank Allen's bases-
wilted before the persistent Loyo- loaded grounder.
Mayo. Allen, also a pinch hitter,
Lqyo-Mayo , joined with team- grounded to .second baseman Dick
mate Lara to dispose of UCLA's McAuliffe with one out. McAu-
last hopes for a title in defeating liffe's throw to Mickey Stanley got
Harron Rahim and Jeff Borowiak, one out at second as Lee Maye
3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. 'scored, but when Stanley threw
The other USC team of B o b wildly past sfirst Mike Epstein also
Lutz and Steve Lutz also made the scored.
doubles final as they disposed of The Senators tied it 2-2 in the
Trinity's Dan O'Bryant and Pan- sixth when Frank Howard hit his
cho Walthall, 6-4, 9-7, 6-2. 20th homer, Ken McMullen sing-
USC clinched their fourth led and Bernie Allen doubled.
'straight NCAA title and seventh Stanley homered for the Tigers
In the last eight years Thursday. in the third and they scored again
Michigan finished sixteenth with in the fifth on Al Kaline's run-
eight points. 'scoring single.
MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS

'-run uprising
pates Detroit

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Orioles, Indians split
CLEVELAND - Brooks Rob-
inson's two-run homer and Paul
Blair's solo shot in the eighth in-
ning powered Baltimore to a 5-1
victory over ) Cleveland and a
doubleheader split last night.
Duke Sims and Luis Tiant each
slammed two-run homers, while
Tiant scattered eight hits to lead
the Indians to a 7-2 victory in the
opener.
Blair led off the eighth of the
nightcap with his 14th homer.
Boog Powell singled, knocking
starter Steve Hargan from t h e
mound, and Robinson tagged re-
liever Gary Kroll for his 12th
homer -- a blast over the 395-foot
sign in left center.
Don Buford scored in the first
inning of the second game after
leading off with a single, advanc-
ing to third on Frank Robinson's
single and reaching home on
Brooks Robinson's sacrifice.
His sixth homer of the season
in the fifth made it 2-0.
Tiant's first homer capped a
five-run Indian scoring burst in
the fourth inning of the opener.,
It was Tiant's fourth victory in
12 starts.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH AND WESLEY
FOUNDATION
At State and Huron Streets
Church-662-4536
Wesley--668-6881I
Hoover Rupert, Minister
Bartlett 'Beavin, Campus Minister
Interim Associate, William B. Lutz
9:00 and 11:15 a.m.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: "It's How, You Translate It,"
Rev. Hoover Rupert.
ST. AIDAN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1679 Broadway (at Baits Dr.-N. Campus)
Sunday-Trinity Ill
9:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist with musical set-
ting Folk Mass by Ian Mitchell.
Tuesday--Feast of St. John the Baptist
8:00 p.m.---Holy Eucharist
Thursday--
8:00 p.m.-Wdrks of Charles Williams Study
Group to discuss The Shadows of Ecstacy
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
(LCMS)
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred Scheips, Pastor
SUNDAYr
9:30-Service, Sermon, "Radiant with Hope"
10:45-Study of Book of AMOS
6:00-Supper-Program

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1001 East Huron
Phone 662-3153
Minister: Calvin S. Malefyt
10:30 a.m.--"Accepting Acceptance."
7:00 p.m.-"The Challenge Facing the Cath-
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LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
A.L.C. -L.C.A.
Hill St. at S. Forest Ave.
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
SUNDAY
10:30 a.m.--Holly Communion Guest preach-
er: The Rev. Fred Holtfreter
3:00 p m.-Picnic
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
W. Stadium at Edgewood
Across from Ann Arbor High
John M. Hamilton, Minister
SUNDAY
10:00 am.-Bible School.
11:00 a.m.-Regular Worship.
6:00 p.m.-Evening Worship.
WEDNESDAY
7:30 p.m.-Bible Study.
Transportation furnished for all services-Call
NO 2-2756.
NORTHSIDE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
1679 Broadway (at Baits Drive)
Rev. William S. Baker, Pastor-663-2969
Only 3 minute walk from Bursley Hall
9:00 a.m.-Morning Worship. (Unconven-
tional building shared with St. Aidan's
Episcopal).

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST .
1833 Washtenaw Ave.
SUNDAY
10:30 a.m.-Worship Services, Sunday School
(2-20 years).
WEDNESDAY
8:00 a.m.-Testimony Meeting.
Infants room available Sunday and Wednesday.
Public Reading Room, 306 E. Liberty St. -
Mon., 10-9; Tues.-Sat., 10-5. Closed Sun-
days and Holidays.
"The Bible Speaks to You," Radio WAAM,
1600, Sunday, 8:45 a.m.
For transportation call 663-7321.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 662-4466
Services at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.-Preaching:
The Rev. Robert E. Sanders.
ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
306 N. Division
8:00 a.m.-Holy Communion
9:00 a.m.-Holy Communion and Sermon.
11:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:00 p.m.-Evening Prayer.
CAMPUS CHAPEL
1236 Washtenaw Ave.
Rev. Leonard Verduin
10 a.m.-"Christ and the GenerationGap.
6 p.m.-"Revolution Isn't New"

WEDNESDAY
8:30p.m.--Discussion'Group
10:00 p.m.-Midweek Service,
nion

Holy Commu-

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Baltimore
Boston

East Division
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division,
W LP
41 23 .
34 27 .

Chicago
New York

Ct.
641
557

BETHLEHEM UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
423 S. Fourth Ave.
Telephone 665-6149

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PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST
Southern Baptist Convention
1131 Church St.

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