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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 23, 1969

Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FIELD MIRY

All-star clash

postponed

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

4

WASHINGTON UP) - Baseball's
40th All-Star game was postponed
until this afternoon when heavy
thundershowers drenched Robert
F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium
last night.
Game time today is 12:45 p.m.
It was the first postponement
in the history of the All-Star ser-
ies although one game in 1952 in
Philadelphia had been shortened
to five innings because of rain and
a 1961 game in Boston was wash-
ed out as a 1-1 tie after nine
innings.
The postponement also prevent-
ed President Nixon, named the
game's No. 1 fan, from attending
the game as he took off last night
for the moon astronauts' splash-
down in the Pacific tomorrow.
The gates had been open for
hours and the early birds of an
expected crowd of 45,000 were on
hand, huddling under the project-
ing upper deck.
Heavy rain soaked the outfield
and formed puddles on the tar-
paulin covering the infield while
sharp lightning flashes lighted the
sky ,and thunder rumbled. It was
a weird setting with the fans sit-
ting in the darkness brightened
only by the flashes of lightning.
The washout was a bitter blow
for the baseball brass who had
opened a gala centennial celebra-
tion Monday 'night with a spectac-
ular dinner honoring the all-time
all-stars. -
The 1969 All-Stars had been
guests of President Nixon and a
White House ceremony yesterday
afternoon but the rain started to
pour down before they had left the
grounds for the ball park They
already had received the word
that there would be no batting or
fielding practice.
The rugged early customers
cheered when the electric score-
board in right field lit up with
the message: "Good evening. Wel-
come to the 40th All-Star game.",
C o m m iss i o n e r Bowie Kuhn
waited until 8:27 p.m., 12 min-
utes after the scheduled starting
time, to announce that the game
had been postponed because of
the unplayable condition of the
field.
The weather forecast for to-
day called for cloudy, warm and
humid with a chance of scattered
thundershowers in the afternoon
and evening. The Weather Bul-

Others caught buses back to the
Capitol Building.
dailw "The tent may collapse at any
minute, you people had better get
out of here," one of the authorities
warned.
Joe DiMaggio, the former New
York Yankee star who Monday
NIGHT EDITOR: night was proclaimed the greatest
JIM FORRESTER living baseball player, was among
those caught in the deluge.
Prominent senators and repre-
reau forecast a 50 per cent chance sentatives were .among those who
of rain this afternoon. had to run for shelter.
The game was called after a Small revulets of water coursed
long discussion and personal in- the tent, with the guests earlier
spection of the field by Charles 'orged themselves on hamburgers,
Segar, representing Kuhn; Am- barbecue and drinks, both soft
erican League President Joseph and hard, while a combo called
Cronin; Washington S e n a t or s "Your Father's Mustache" played
owner Bob Short, Senator treas- Dixie tunes.
urer Joseph Burke and grounds- A few remained under the tent
keeper Joseph Mooney. dewrnind leve
The dugouts were filled with despite warnings to leave.
water as were the parking lots odays startg pitchers will be
athaseretearkidng -lots the same pitchers who were slated
and the outfield was laden with to take the mound Tuesday night,
Denny McLain of the Detroit
"What do you think Bob?" Tigers and Steve Carlton of the
asked Cronin. St. Louis Cardinals.
Short replied: "I think it's McLain was a 31-game winner
awful wet." in 1968 and is 14-5 this season.
"I think it's unplayable," Cro- Carlton has won 12 and lost five.

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ARBOR FOREST APTS.
721 S. Forest
Air conditioned, 2 br furnished
apts. Carpeted, drapes, colored ap-
pliances, disposal, dishwasher avail-
able, Security inter-com door sys-
tem. Ample parking.
Business office-347 Maynard
9 to 5 call 663-6052 or 769-3137.
Eve's 663-6052 or 449-2907
25 Ctc
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man apt.. 2 blocks from business
school. 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 28Ctc
TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
c18
3 Bedrooms
and
FIREPLACE

1969 INDIAN Super Scout. Must see.
750 cc. 769-1882. 21Z531 NEED FOR FALL-1 man. 1 bdrm. or
efficiency-older bldg. preferred. Con-
1966 HONDA CB160. w rebuilt engine, tact Richard: 761-3211, F55
769-0055 after 6 p.m. 22Z51....

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LEAD GUITARIST and/or lead singer
BMW R-69, 1960, entire bike completely; needed to join established rock band.
rebuilt. Ex. cond. 663-8029. 16Z47 769-3624, 761-7606. or 663-5812 eve-
nings. 21F3
1987 HONDA 65. 1575 miles. All winters i .2F
In garage. Call Kathy, 761-2194 before FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER seeks
2 p.m. 1Z42 interesting, and legitimate! photo
1968 DUCATI 350 scrambler. 1000 miles, work. Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-
includes helmet. $625. 761-3084. 20Z51 053,764-0561. Ftc
'67 305 SUPER HAWK. 5700 miles. Buco ANYONE WHO WANTS to share a
saddlebags, 2 helmets, good condition. house or apt. In N.J. or N.Y.C. in
Call after 6, 662-6114. 19Z50 Sept. call 769-5235. 22F51
TWO FULL Buco helmets and face LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
mask. Call Dave at 769-3184. Z47 1there is more to a diamond than
TH H H *' meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209
"THE RIGHT CHOICE" S. University. 663-7151. F

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Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 11A, 21, 31/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

FOR RENT

HAVE
but
male
void.

YOU RENTED an apartment,
still need a roommate? This
student may be able to fill the
Call Paul, 662-8498 after 6 p.m.
61C53

nin said.
Several thousand VIPs, includ-
ing congressmen, government dig-
nitaries and press personnel were
stranded under a huge tent at
which a pregame barbecue was
staged by Washington sponsors.
Three thousand were on the in-
vitation list, but the number far
exceeded that.
As the rain poured down and
lightning flashed, the tent became
dangerous. Police shepherded
many of the celebrants into the
nearby D.C. Armory.

When rain cut off the 1952 game
at Philadelphia in what was then
known as Shibe Park, now Connie
Mack Stadium, the National
League held a 3-2 edge on home
runs by Jackie Robinson and Hank
Bauer. After a long wait, that
game finally was called off.
In 1961, the second of two games
played that year was called after
nine innings in a heavy rain at
Fenway Park in Boston.
In contrast with Tuesday's ill-
fated affair, the 1968 game was
played in the Astrodome at Hous-
ton where it never rains.

CAMPUS - HOSPITALS Efficiency. Pri-
vate bath and entrance. $115/mo.
663-9131 after 6 p.m. 62058
UNDERGRAD GIRL looking for 1 or 2
girls, with great apt. on campus for
fall. Up to $100/mo. Call collect. 851-
1068 or 69. 600tc
ROOMMATE in 2 man apt. Fall. Large.
Modern. Close. Airy. Call Mike, 761-
0422. 63C52
2 BDRM. MOD. furn., air cond. Fall
rentals from $230. 663-6448. 64Ctc
MALE grad seeks hip roommate(s) and
2 bdrm. apt, or old house for fall. Call
Call Alan, 663-5011 before 3 p.m. or
769-4315 after 3 p.m. 65C50

FOR RENT
FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block fromj
either. 2 bdrm. apts. starting at
$230. 663-6448. 37Ctc
MALE GRAD seeks hipmate(s) in 2'
bdrm. apt. or old house for fall. Call
Alan, 663-5011 before 3 p.m. or 769-1
4315 after 3 p.m. 62049
924 OAKLAND. Private room for girl'
only, grad. Fall. $65. Call NO 8-6906.
34 Ctc
Campus-O -Hospitol
Extra large 2 bdrm.-- man. Modern,
furnished, dishwasher, parking.
For information call NO 8-6906
57Ctc
OFF STREET PARKING. $1.50/wk.
Church St. Please call 668-6665 from
5-10 p.m. 35049
RENTING Summer and Fal-1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments. 663-{

HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
BSA. '66 Mark 2. 650~cc. Must sell Im-
mediately. UN 4-4098. 18Z48
TRIUMPH-250cc - Candy apple red-;
1969. Brand new, 400 miles. LeavingI
town soon. Must sell. Great bargain.
Call 761-3689 mornings or evenings
or 662-7896. 15251
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington

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Yes, that's right. Live in the Sum- 66-83
mit Hruse this fall. Cal761-85513Ztc
or 761-5471. 39 Ctc SUZUKI 100 cc still under warranty.
----_-___-Call Fred, 769-1393. 9 Ztc
2 BE DROOM A PA RTMENTS
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
frOm 224 S. First. AA
Triumph Yamaha
$200 BMW Tawasaki

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761-8055

LOST AND FOUND

40 Ctc

ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
Now renting for Fall

LOST - Three month old male cat.
Black with light grey stripe and
white markings, paws, nose, and
stomach. And silver chain on neck.
Packard-S. Division area. 761-3458.
21A54

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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONAL LEAGUE

CAMPUS-HOSPITALS - Efficiency,
vate bath and entrance. $115/mo.f
9131 after 6 p.m. 61
WANTED - Female roommate for
to be third in 8 room apartm
Own room. Air conditioning,v
close to campus. About $65 per mo
Call 761-8483 after 5:30. 58

00.-3 644
7 64836Ctc Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels LOST-Blale No collar
mFully carpeted and frnshed Area of Packard and Vaughn. Call
fall. 668-7064 after 5. Reward. 20A53
ent FALL R ENTALS - 1 bathse FOUND-3 mo. old kitten. Black with
very 1 balcony some gray. Longish hair. Found out-
3051 11 S. State " sound conditioning side ISR, Mon. a.m. Call 764-8356
2, 3, & 4 MAN A storage and laundry facilities days, 663-5295 eves. -A52
" off street parking
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con- LOST - Siamese de-clawed neutered,
ditioned, privately owned-References See resident manager in Apt. A-7 1- shepherds crook tail. Name Kahuna.
. Ask our tenants. 5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761- Call 663-8123. 17A54
1717.

pri-

JOAN IS COMING!
19F63
Forty Days and Forty
Nights 'til BB Day!
F49
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality, at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0868 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
Xerox copies
Cheap-Fast
1217 S. University 769-0560
5 Ftc
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri,,
9-4; Wed.. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission.
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED for week of Aug. 19-31.
Apt. cleaning. Phone Mr. Fralick at
761-8312 betw. 8-5. 15Htc
DAY CARE WANTED mon.-Fri. 9-5 for
6 mo. old boy. Preferably in home
w/other small children. 663-1695.
16H50
BOYS WANTED for meal jobs at
sorority house. Starting Mon.-dinner
at 5:30. 1205 Hill. 668-7100. 8H49
COLLEGE ME$ - Earn $50-75/wk. in
your spare time. Car necessary. Divi-
sion of Alcoa. An equal opportunity
employer. Call Bob, 769-0130. SHtc
COMMISSIONS PLUS
I'm in a fast growing business and
need salesladies, 18-55, with car, small'
investment, generous commissions. If
you have leadership ability and
would like to earn extra money, Call
NO 5-4042 for interview. 17H51
HELP WANTED to distribute flyers
during Registratiin. Call Mr. Lasser,
761-3103, 8-10 a.m. 14Htc
INTERESTED IN GIVING CAMPUS
TOURS? Prospective University of
Michigan students and their families
are eager to be shown about the cam-
pus. If you have a spare hour a week
to volunteer please call Betty van den
Bosch at the Alumni Association, 764-
0384 from 8:00 to 5:00 or Linda Clancy,
761-4994 evenings .0H46
BUSINESS SERVICES

Eastern Division

Eastern Division

Baltimore
Boston
Detroit
Washington
New York
Cleveland

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54 42
52 41
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Western Division
Minnesota 59 37 .615
Oakland 53 39 .576
Kansas City 41 55 .427
Seattle 40 55 .421
Chicago " 40 56 .417
California 36 58 .383

Chicago
New York
St. Louis
Pittsburg)
Philadeip]
Montreal
Atlanta
Los Ange
San Fran
Cincinnat
Houston
San Diegc

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60 37 .619
53 39 .576
49 48 .505
h 47 48 .495
hia 39 55 .415
31 65 .323
Western Division
56 42 .571
les 53 41 .564
cisco 54 42 .563
i 48 41 .539
48 48 .500
0 33 65 .337

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THE PARK LANE
Luxurious, 1 bdrm apts.
*bi-level
air conditioning
dishwashers
parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055

665-8825

Call 1-864-3852
or 1-353-7389

29Ctc1

One & Two Bedrooms Available CHARTER REALTY

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23 Ctc
3

C391

HOSPITAL
AREA

GIRLS NEEDED for fall. 2 bdrm.,
modern. air cond., balcony; near cam-
pus and hospital. Evenings, 761-4950.
56048

Jackie Robinson siaps majors

2 Bedroom Furnished Apts.
Some bi-levels include dishwashers, air GRAD in Industrial Engineering needs
conditioning, parking. 8 or 12 month someone to share 2 bdrm. apt. for fall.
lease. 761-8055. 54Ctc 761-8913 or U Towers, 6-B. 44046

with charges of discri

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WASHINGTON (P) - Hall of
Famers Jackie Robinson and Bob
Feller clashed yesterday over Rob-
inson's charge that the baseball
establishment, ignores the black
athlete when his playing days are
over.
Robinson, appearing at a news
conference with Feller and other
former greats honored the pre-
vious night, said baseball "has
made great strides over the years,
but baseball ownership has not
moved ahead with it."

The statement was an obvious
reference to the fact that there
are no Negro managers or high-
ranking club officials in the major
leagues.
"I think it's a tragedy in view
of the contributions black athletes
have made to baseball," said for-
mer Brooklyn star Robinson, the
first Negro to play in the big
leagues.
"I can understand what Jackie
Robinson is saying but I think he's
wrong," countered Feller, who was

LABOR IN SPORT:
Baseball players ask for
immediate negotiations
WASHINGTON (P) - Major authority to negotiate in goodj
league baseball players have urged faith and conclude an agreement
club owners to conduct upcoming subject to ratification of the clubs
negotiations expeditiously and ef- and players.
ficiently to produce a mutually "The parties should set as their
satisfactory agreement. mutual goal the conclusion of an
The executive board of the Ma- agreement prior to the end of the
jor League Baseball Players Asso- 1969 championship season, and
ciation, in a statement of policy should make every good-faith ef-
adopted at a day-long meeting fort to achieve that goal," the
Monday, said it will ask the own- statement said.
ers to change the basic agreement The Association said the nego-
negotiated two years ago. tiations, during the past two win-
The statement said the first ters, "produced honorable and
agreement represented significant equitable agreement, but the
progress but was not practicable means employed in arriving at
to modernize completely condi- that result were all too frustrat-
tions, practices and player-man-| ing and devisive."
agement relationships. The Association said the nego-
"It is now appropriate that fur-| tiations were complicated on the
ther progress and modernization owners' side "because manage-
be effectuated by the parties," the, ment negotiators lacked authority
statement said. "It is also appro- to make decisions at the negotiat-
priate that, in the forthcoming ing table."
negotiations the parties take cog- "They were complicated on the
nizance of the steep rise in living players side by reason of a need to
costs since the negotiation of the communicate with the players
present agreement and the erosion during the off season, a slow
of the players' monetary allow- arduous task," the statement said.
ances caused by such inflation." "euatttin hoth in-
We~. suggest tha mA bothU n-

honored Monday night as the
games' greatest living right-hand-
ed pitcher. "I don't think anyone
owes anyone anything."
"Professional baseball has done
as much for the colored players
as they have done for baseball.s
"I think baseball has done more
for underprivileged people, for
minority groups, than anything
else. And I think the club owners
deserve a great deal of credit.
"Ability alone is what should
count-in the front office, too. I
think there will be a Negro with
that ability."
"I can see that Bob Feller
hasn't grown any from 1947 to
today," Robinson shot back. "He
still has his head in the sand
when it comes to race relations.
But I don't want to get in a has-
sle with'him today."
At the awards dinner, Willie
Mays, the only Negro honored-
he was named to the team of
greatest living players-said Rob-
inson had provided the inspiration
for himself and other black play-I
ers.
Robinson, however, said he was
disappointed that the late Branch
Rickey, who broke Baseball's color
line by bringing Robinson up to
the Dodgers in 1947, failed to re-
ceive any recognition during the
ceremonies.
"Had I failed as a player, Mr.
Rickey would have found some-
one else I'm sure," Robinson said.
"The credit belongs to Mr. Rickey.
but there was not one mention of
him and it bothered me a little."
Is s # % m#- I _ _ _ _ _ _

318 E. WILLIAM
One bedroom furnished, August oc-
cupancy, wall-to-wall carpeting,
parking. $160 per month includes
heat and water.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
27 Ctc
SINGLE ROOM for rent. Summer and.
fall. 663-3886. 59049
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
August OccupancyI
Furnished two-bedroom apt. withi
wall-to-wall carpeting, disposal,
parking. $200 per month includes
heat and water, air-conditioner
optional.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
26 Cic
TRADEWIND APTS.
Located near the stadium and
events bldg.

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
Coll 761 -7600

CLOSE TO CAMPUS - 1 bdrm. apts.,
$165. 1 efficiency, $125. 2 bdrm., $185.
Call 769-3639. 66051
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
1.nfurnished apts. start at $155.00.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditioning. Fully
carpeted andrdraped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed accept electricity. Rental office
at 414 Kellogg, Apt. 101. For ap-
pointment call 761-2227 or 761-3998.
011
COUPLES
Grad students and student families
like the quiet 1 and 2 bdrm. furn.
apts. at Sans, Souci Apts. Main St.
near Stadium. Large apts, nicely
furnished, air cond., storage, laun-
dry and parking. Call 662-2952.
25 Ctc
Fall

LOST-Black male kitten near Hill and
Forest. 665-0333. 17A45
LOST ONE PAIR black-rimmed glasses
on June 17 during the disturbance
while owner was being arrested be-
tween 9 and 10 o'clock in front of the
Village Apothecary on S. University.
Any person having information or the
glasses please call 769-2130. 17A55
FOR SALE
SIDE BOARD, 2 china cabinets, couch.
2 book cases, dresser, flush door table,
chairs, girl's bike, many other items.
NO 2-9621. 13B51
PORTABLE PANASONIC tape recorder.
Original price $44.10. Call 761-9629
after 5. 14B50
SWELL SALE-Single bed, box springs;
desk. Phone 769-5336 and leave num-
ber (and name, if you want). B55
4 LOTS, BY OWNER. Natural woods.
Rare native wildflowers. Picturesque
seclusion within city. Fieldstone bldg.
662-6892. 9849
HEATHKIT STEREO - brand new -
speakers, amp, turntable included.
Also Sony tape recorder model 104.
Call 663-5011. B44
1969 ZIG ZAG
Sewing machine. Must be sold.
Built in controls to make button
holes, overcast, and blind hem
stitches.
Total price $43.20
Tax included or pay 10 mopthly
interest free payments of $4.32.
No carrying charges. Call Capitol
Credit Manager 'til 9 p.m.
729-4610
4 Btc
1969 SINGER
Zig Zab sewing machine, slightly
used, sews on buttons, makes but-
tonholes, overcasts, makes fancy
stitches. No attachments needed.
5 yr. parts and service guarantee.
Total price $63.80 Tax Inc.
Or pay 10 monthly interest free
payments of $6.38. No carrying
charges. Call Capitol Credit Man-
ager 'til 9 p.m.
729-4610
3 Btc
SUMMER SUBLET
IMMEDIATE ,OCCUPANCY. Summer
sublet. 663-6448. l7Utc
A GOOD LIFE for 11 mo., share spa*
cious fturn. apt. 'il Sept. 1. Very
reasonable. Call 769-5503. 16U5(
SUMMER SUBLETS
j Come in and check our listings at:
"W7 n.,.tac.ao

DAHLMANN APARTMENTS Apartments
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2-3-4 man apts.
Huge bi-levels.
Balconies
Central air-cond.
Covered parking
Luxuriously furnished
'Free bus service to cam
Call now
665-8330 or 761-8055

736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1. 2. 3. and 4 Man

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Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry,
npus storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest
on security deposit.. TV and dish-
21 Ctc washer rental available.

SUMMER RENTALS
ALBERT TERRACE-1700 Geddes
Single or bilevel 2 bdrm. apts. Luxuri- -
ously furnished-$40-$53/man.
Air cond.
I'll baths
Dishwasher
Balcony or patio
See resident manager in Apt. A7, 1-5:30
p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-1717.
Charter Realty
665-8825
43Ctc
711 ARCH
1,
4-5-6 man apts. The newest bldg.
on campus. Includes all new fur- ;
nishings, balconies, air-cond., dish-
washers, and parking. Reserve your
apt. now! 663-5284 or 761-8055.
20 Ctc
jBI-LEVELS FOR FALL
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms. Separate study

Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982
39Ctc

IL, 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.
Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
ditinning, balcony, garbage disposal.
dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
ties. Come to our rental office at 737
Packard.
761-8055
6Ctc
NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments
+ Foxcroft, 815 S. Statear
: Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
0 University Plaza, 608 Monroe
* Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
0 Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
*Athena, 508 S. Division
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800

EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing. stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
IMAGES from the Medium's Mouth
Commercial Photographers
THE MEDIUM'S MOUTH
665-7286
J55
XEROX COPIES
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THE-
SES Perfect copies now only 7c on
overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited erasures and yet be as-
sured of copies that even look better
than the original from the new Xerox
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 Fhotocopy Ser-
vice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
8JTC
BARGAIN CORNER
1- 1
SmsStore

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SUMMIT HOUSE
1, 2. 3 bdrm apts., newly furnished.
moderately priced. Include balcon-
ies, air cond., parking. Call 761-5471
or 761-8055. 22 Ctc

FALL

2, 3 bedroom apartments with air "
ennditioning and dishwasher. Some
are bi-level with 1; baths. Excellenti
campus locations.

1. 1Y1Q111 CVO l+VVV

C2
USED CARS --

73? Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8363
ONE GIRL for apt. on Geddes.
Aug. Own room. Cheap 761-3858.

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July-I
3U40

LEVI'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
LEVI DENIMS:
Button Fly . .... $5.98
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims .....$6.00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees ... ..$6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals $600

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Charter Realty

TRIUMPH '68 250. 6 cyl., 11 mo. old.
Soft yellow, Michelin tire. Wire
wheels. Better than new cond. $2475.
Call Livonia, 427-1656. 15N49

1335 South University
665-8825

vwia aarvua ,
'66 MG Midget, red, wire wheels. Radio,!
-I.. fl.ernIar"LI ' n l I11 f +A**...

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The Association said among the
subjects on which it will make
specific proposals for improve-
ment are:
Minimum salary, expense and
moving allowances, length of the
season and related scheduling
rules, impartial arbitration of
grievances, termination pay, and
World Series and play-off com-
pensation.
Tn ardditin the Asnritionn said

stances, agreements reached could
and should have been arrived at
months earlier. We suggest that
the procedures insisted upon by
the owners for the last two nego-l
tiations could not, by their very'
nature, produce an agreement'
without an open conflict.
"We propose, in the interest of
both parties, to correct the pro-
cedures this year."

Sports Staff
KASHMIR
RESTAURANT
f Beautiful India and Pakistani fj

or formal dining room. 761-6916. 52Ctc 123V .e luggage rack. CalI 761-2332 alter 6
p.m. 16N53
'65 VOLVO 4 dr. Ex. cond. 6 radial!
tires. Must sell. 662-0073. 17N51
1968 FIAT-850 Coupe. Drafted-forced 1
to sell. 663-5284. 14Ntc
'60 OLDS Convertible. Runs well. $125.-
761-5843. 13N52
1965 SUPER HAWK. $300,' well taken I W, '64 Sedan. 26,500 miles, good con-
care of miles. Will sell to highest dition. $750. 663-6368. 20N51
offer by Nov. 1. Andy-761-5930. Z2 1965 2-DOOR PLYMOUTH V-8, power
steering, power brakes, new set of
tires. Well maintained. $750.00. Call;
Andy, 761-9092 or 764-0552, ex. 24.

TRANSPORTATION
LONDON-DETROIT
Return flight. U. Charter. Aug. 26. Make
offer-. 668-6584. 32051
ASPEN, Colorado - Riders Wanted.
Leave August 1 in 1968 Volvo Call
665-7286 between 5 and 7 G55
RIDERS WANTED to Phila. or points
East. Leaving Sun. morn., July 27.
Share expenses. Call 761-3689 or 662-
7896 morns or eves. 31054
PHOTO SUPPLIES
FOR SALE - Complete darkroom. En-
larger, essel dryer, safe-lamp, timer.
8x10 trays,11x14 trays, developing
tank. $130. Call Jim, 665-7557morns.
r 5D52

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(5 Colors)
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"Stitches"'......
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.$8.00
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$4.98

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