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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August 2, 1969

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LOSE NONETHELESS:

All-stars terrify Jets

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

CHICAGO OP)-A harassed and '
booed Joe Namath kept the New . .
York Jets ahead, but quarterback
Greg Cook of Cincinnati and fleet
halfback Altie Taylor rallied the
collegians to a 17-point third s
quarter before the Super Bowl
champs scored a 26-24 victory in
the 36th Colltge All-Star football NIGHT EDITOR:
game last night.
A packed crowd of 74,208 inJ
Soldier Field saw the Jets, making
the American Football League's soccer-type place kicker from New
first All-Star game appearance, Mexico State trimmed New York's
huff and puff to a pair of touch- lead to 16-10 with a 28-yard field
down runs by Matt Snell of 35 and goal, the collegians lagged 23-10
3 yards and four field goals by on Snell's 35-yard scoring sweep
Jim Turner. around end. But the All-Stars kept
Cook flipped a pair of touch- up the pressure with a lightning
downs in the 17-point quarter and scoring strike from their 25.
hit Jerry Levias of Southern Cook hit the streaking, Taylor
Methodist on a 19-yard scoring on a 44-yard bomb to the Jet 12
pass with 16 seconds left in the and on the next play, Cook arched
game to throw a big scare in the a touchdown pass in the end zone
Jets, favored by 13 points. . corner to Southern California's
The All-Stars spurted to life in 242-pound end and Gerella's con-
the third period, after lagging 16- version left the All-Stars trailing
0 ignited 'by a 78-yard kickoff re- only 23-17.
turn by Taylor to the Jets' 19. Turner's fourth field goal, an
After Roy, Gerela, a booming 18-yard boot midway in the fourth
AgaoIqstr
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period seemed to wraup a 26-17
decision for the Jets, who had
stunned the National Football
League champion Baltimore Colts
16-7 in the Super Bowl game.
But Cook wasn't finished. Hes
connected on a 59-yard pass to
Levias again with the 19-yard pass
that made it 26-24 finally for the,
hard-pressed Jets.
Although the All-Star attack,
bogged down completely in the
first half, the collegiate defense
was superb, especially against the,
Jets' running game.
Led by Bob Babich of Miami of
Ohio, Bill Bergey of Arkansas
State, Fred Dryer of San Diego
State and Terry Brown of Okla-I
homa State, the All-Stars stopped:
big Snell twice and Bill Mathis
once on vain smashes from the
one-yard line.
The goal line stand came at the
start of the second quarter when
the Jets had marched 73 yards
and apparently were headed for1

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FOR RENT
MALE ROOMMATE needed to
luxury apt. Located in Ypsi.
Grad preferred. Call 483-7740
6 p.m.
4-Man
$50 per person and up
761-8055
FALL ROOMS for men students
Nicely furnished and carpeted w
w/out cooking. $50-75/mo. 1346 G
near Observatory. Information a

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share STUDENT MALE earn $ during remain-
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after Call 662-9726. 29 Htc
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during Registration, Call Mr. Lasser.
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LEFT-HANDERS
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quantitative neurological testing. Call
84Ctc 764-0298 for appt. 22Htc
only.:HOUSEKEEPER (19-25) for professor'sr
Sand faily. $60 wk. Room and board.
Geddes! 971-2167. Fluent English not neces-
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19-31. Apt. cleaning. Phone Mr Fralick

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Additional costs per day after six days.'
Ads that are 1t1/A, 2%. 31, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

their
ner's
had

first touchdown after
43 and 16 yard field;
given the Jets a 6-0

Tur-
goals
first

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quarter score.

Waking up from...
... the comic book mentality
By ERIC SIEGEL
BOOK REVIEW: All These Mornings by Shirley Povich. Pren-
tice Hall, hard cover, $5,95, 244 pages.
Sportswriters, especially when they try to cram their ver-
biage between a pair of hard covers donated by the likes of Mc-
Graw-Hill, Prentice-Hall, etc., quite often seem determined to
make their material palatable {pnly to those readers whose in-
telligence quotient does not run into double figures.
The "For Children Only" sections of the public libraries
are infested with such easy-to-remember titles as The Willie
Mays Story, The Mickey Mantle Story, The Joe Diamaggio Story
and so on, all of which manage to combine enough ill-conceived
sports legends, obscure yearly statistics and outright sensation-
alism to fill about 200 pages.
The same capacity, for dullness, imitation and obscurity is
also demonstrated by those who write sports fiction. Titles such
as All Star Hurler, First String Quarterback and Hard Nosed
Hoopster - Along with the material that follows - seem de-
,igned to appeal to the unprurient and unsophisticated tastes
of those beset by a personal brain drain
OF COURSE, not all sportswriters are bad novelists or bad
biographers, just as not all football players use Gillette stainless
steel blades or all members of the Cinncinnatti Royals treat
themselves with Desenex foot powder. In fact, out of the morass
of mediocrity that is the rule in book length pieces about sports
have arisen some pretty fair pieces of literature. There is Doug-
lass Wallop's classic The Year The Yankees Lost the Pennant
(which became even more classical as the Broadway musical
"Damn Yankees"); George Plimptn's venerable Paper Tiger;
and Jerry Kramer's best-selling Instant Replay.
In to this small and slowly expanding literary hall of fame
(for sportswriters, only) steps a new book that is too new to be
either classic, venerable or best-selling, but one that is well
worth reading: Shirley Povich's All These Mornings.
The triumph of All These Mornings lies partly in the infus-
ion of what a football coach might call "spirit" into the writing
of the author. In a profession in which the hackneyed is quite
often the commonplace, Povich, who has recorded his impres-
sions of the sports world for the last forty years as a columnist
for the Washington Post, displays a refreshing creativity
throughout his book.
YET, DESPITE THE literary ability of this Liberace of the
blue-ribboned keyboard who weaves a symphony of sports mem-
ories with sprightly comments such as "They don't shoot bas-
kets anymore, they stuff them, like taxidermists," the r e a 1
achievement of All These Mornings is not the way Povich writes
sports, but the way he views them.
Povich, through thirteen chapters of anecdotes and personal
memories and a reproduction of half a dozen of the hundreds of
columns he has written over the years, treats sports not just as
games or contests, but as a part of a period and a slice of an era.
With this view, All These Mornings becomes more than a
book for the home town chauvinist with the comic book men-
tality. It becomes a story not only about sports, but a story about
people, life, journalism and Shirley Povich from 1920-1968.
Beginning with his own Cinderella story about how he first
landed a job with the Post by caddying for its publisher, Povich
recalls his early days in journalism with the sentivity and humor
that characterize his entire book. "Nobody had quite explained
to me what a copyboy's status on a newspaper was," Povich re-
calls, "but my first pay envelope seemed to indicate I was hold-
ing down one of the less remunerative positions in journalism."
FROM THIS INAUSPICIOUS beginning, Povich threads his
way through the roaring twenties,. the thrills of covering the
Senators when they were winning the pennant in 1924, and the
not so lucrative years as a sportswriter during the depression
when the 'Post was Washington's last place newspaper.
But altough Povich spans a 48 year period with his nar-
rative, his book does not evoke that stuffy sense of chronology
that pervades so much of sports literature. Povich's journey into
the world of real literature is a relaxed one. He is not a traveler
with a preplanned itinerary, but a wanderer through time and
space who stops where he sees fit.
From ringside at the Jack-Dempsey-Gene Tunney fight to
the World Series game where Babe Ruth supposedly "called his
shot"; from the press box at. the Redskins-Eagles game when
Pearl Harbor was bombed to the Pacific during World War II,
where he served as a war correspondent; from the breaking of
the "color line" in sports to Ted Williams' ability to hurl "spittle"
at the fans and sportswriters, Povich retells some of the old
stories and relates some new ones.

It was the first time since the The greatest value in AA For 3. Modern, air cond. bldg. Belj
series' inception in 1934 that the Air conditioned, modern, garbage Air Apts. 815 5. MaIn. Call
National Football League's cham- disposals. Large, spacious, loads of ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
p storage. 2, 3 or 4 man. Privately -
pion was not the opposition of the oae. 2,n3so r tely Property Management Dijvision
inowned-References - Ask our ten- 106 S. Main tl 769-2800i
cream of the collegiate crop. The ants. Rental agent on premises. Sat- 88 Ctc
NFL yielded the All-Star stage to urday and Sunday. 11 to 3:30. Call
the American Football League 1-353-7289, 1-864-3852. 90 Ctc HISTORY GRAD (male) seeks 2nd man
finally after compiling a one-sided FEMALE roommates desperately needed t share 2 bdrmn apt., 5 mn, from
24-9-2 record against the Stars. -campus-hospitals. 663-9077 after 11 library, pool, air cond., tv. $110/mo.
It also marked the first time a.m. 95 C60 a ___ _9-42. _9_C 9
- . ... ... 2 MAN APT. in State House. Furn. air
that a pro star-the controversial GRAD STUDENT-male, needed for - 2cond.. parking. Call days, 665-9104,
and talented Namath, of course- moan, 2-bdrm, apt. don Cambridge near = ihs7176.87 060
stole the spotlight from star col- S. Forest. Call 761-9364. 94 C57 nights61-6_ __
legians carrying big campus repu- OFFICE SPACE for rent, 1-4 rooms.6LA GE9 after 5. 331 atherine 8305
tations into the charity classic Choice location, newly remodeled 6
sponsored by the Chicago Tribune. bldg. block from 2 parkng lots. 2 GIRLS NEEDED to complete gigantic
Fair weather with 70-degree r- 93 C58 4-man. State-Packard area. $60/mo.
temperatures prevailed. . -._- _ 769-3047. 50053
SINGLE ROOM for rent for gentleman. ; -
There was no question that the 428 Cross St. 663-3886. 92 058 RENTING Summer and Fall-1 and 2
biggest gate, from a money stand- -d- -- bdroom furnished apartments.663-
point, was lured mainly by Na- HOSPITAL
math, who has been in the head- AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
lines almost constantly since his AREA man apt.. 2 blocks from business
unerring passing destroyed the 2 Bedroom Furnished Apts. school." 3 blocks from law school. Call
Baltimore Colts of the NFL, 16-7, Some bi-levels include dishwashers, air 769-2608 28ttc
in a shocking Super Bowl upset conditioning, parking. 8 or 12 month
last January. lease 761-8055.54Ctc SHORE VIEW APTS.
Fan curiosity was whetted even = 736 Packard Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
more when Namath flamboyantly 731 Packard furnished and unfurnished apart-
announced his football retirement ments.
under pressure by Commissioner 316 E. Madison Unfurnished apts start at $155.00.
Pete Rozelle to sell his New York Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
pub, but then recanted two weeks Iarge modern, furnished. free parking. posal and air conditioning. Fully
ago and agreed to dispose of the sundeck, air conditioned, laundry. carpeted and draped. Storage area.
place. said to be frequented by storage, central antenna, vacuums, washing facilities, parking and
gamblers. garbage disposal, balconies. Interest sim o. All utilities inlud-
on security deposit. TV andI dish- ed accept electricity. Rental office
Theoddsmakers etabbed te J et washer rental available. at 414 Kellogg, Apt. 101. For ap-
Ia 13-point favorite, a come-down p ointment call 761-2227 or 761-3998.
from the advantage of around Ambassador Company C11
three touchdowns annually ac- 736 Packard 761-7982 A
corded the NFL champs against 39Ctc T ADEW I N D APTS.
the collegians. --- Located near the stadium and
I - _--- - events bldg.

Campus-Fall-Hospital
521 WALNUT
Extra large beautifully furnished 2
bdrm.-4 or 5 man. Mod., air cond.,
dishwasher, soudproofed. Information
at 761-2943 after 4 p.m. 79tc
SUBLET-Until August 31-Studio in
Huron Towers, with option for fall.
Call 769-3235 or CH 1-0701 collect.
74Ctc
COUPLES
GRAD students and student fami-
lies like the quiet 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
FIRST YEAR TEACHER looking for
Fgirl(s) to share apartment for fall.
Call 769-3132. 86059
BI-LEVELS FOR FALL
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms. Separate study
or formal dining room. 761-6916. 520tc
THE PARK LANE
Luxurious, 1 bdrm apts.
for 3-4 people $50 person
0 bi-level
9 air conditioning
* dishwashers
* parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055
23 Cte
SUMMER RENTALS
ALBERT TERRACE-1700 Geddes
Single or bilevel 2 bdrm. apts. Luxuri-
ously furnished -$40-$53/man.
Air cond.
1 2baths
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
2 BDRM. MOD. furn., air cond. Fall
rentals from $230. 663-6448. 64Ctc
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
August Occupancy
Furnished two-bedroom apt. with
wall-to-wall carpeting, disposal,
parking. $200 per month includes
heat and water, air-conditioner
optional.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.-
335 E. Huron 662-7787
26Ctc
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:
" dishwasher
" P,'2 baths
" balcony
" sound conditioning
" storage and laundry facilities
" off street parking

at 761-8312 betw. 8-5. 15Htc
WANTED-Director for Civic Theater.
3 play season. 1st show opening Oct.
15. Must be dynamic, dependable and
highly qualified. Salary open. Write
Aaron Acker, 314 East Mansion, Mar-'
shall. Mich. 49068. 25H57
DAY CARE WANTED Mon.-Fri.. 9-5,
for 16 mo. old boy. Preferably in
home w/other small children. 663-
1695. 16H50E
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING of Manuscripts, Theses, Papers,
etc Expertly done at home on IBM
Selectric Typewriter. 761-3139. 10J55
EXPERIENC'ED SEC'RETARY desires
work in her home Thesis, technical,
typing, stuffing. etc. IBM electric
Call Jeanette.. 971-2463. 48Jtc
IMAGES from the Medium%, Mouth
Commercial Photographers
THE MEDIUM'S MOUTH
665-7286
JX55
XEROX COPIES

JEFFREY IS COMING!
34F63
TP-Your strength is the breathless
strength of the rock-born pine, which
fears a death in every stalking
storm, yet lives in triumph, twisted
into beauty. 35F57
THIS IS NO JOKE! Save $75-$500 the
day you buy her diamond unless you
don't care how excessive the cost,
Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
, 663-7151.
THIRTY LITTLE
DAYS 'TIL BB DAY!!
F57
ALPINE RIDING STABLES. Horses
rented, bought, and sold. 2525 W.
Seven Mile Rd., Whitmore Lake. Rid-
ing weekends only. 449-2950. 62 Ftc
TRAVEL TO EUROPE at our expense.
Campus rep's needed to organize
groups. InstitutedofCultural Edu-
cation, Box 2037, Livonia, Mich. 48151,
31F57
ANN ARBOR Swingers, write Box 70,
c/o Michigan Daily, First ad. 30F57
FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER seeks
interesting, and legitimate! photo
work. Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-
0553. 764-0561. Ftc
Xerox copies
Cheap-Fast
1217 S. University 769-0560
5 Ftc

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 Photocopy Ser-
vice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
8JTC

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
USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
FOR SALE

*

Try Daily

1969 HONDA 350 cc Scrambler. 1500
Ca miles. Warranty. Perfect condition.
C s ie s 761-9344 around 5. 20B58

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
MUST SACRIFICE $980 Bultaco 250 cc.
Enduro Scrambler, $475. Call 761-
6345 10-4 p.m. or 761-2368, 769-5510
other times. 30 Z60
1969 YAMAHA 250 street scrambler. 4
months old. Perfect condition. About
$550. Call 761-7598 or 665-5273. Leave
name and number.
29 Z57

THE HOBBY HORSE
810 BROWN
OPEN WEEKENDS ONLY:
SAT, 10-5; SUN. 1-5
Clothes from 30's and 40's. Chairs,
tables, clock, Jars, bottles, stained
glass, pictures, frames, books.
33 Btc

1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
1966 ALLSTATE 175cc. Exceptional buy, Slghtly used in modern cabinet. Does
$200. Call Larry. 764-4280 or 663-12Z everything without attachments. 5 yr.
2757 parts and labor guarantee. Pay $5.93
SUZUKI '66, 250cc. Looks brand new, down and 9 payments of $5.93/mo.
$375. Yamaha '67, 50cc, only 80 miles, with no interest.
$175. Call 665-4679 or 483-1041. 26Z57 $59.30 INCLUDING TAX
1969 SUZUKI 200cc Scrambler. 350 miles. ang
Must sell. 482-8221, 28Z57 p.m. for free home demonstration,
No obligations. If toll, call Collect.
"THE RIGHT CHOICE" 1 -729-4611

lo ooks with
trepidation
WASHINGTON W) - Sen. Mike
Mansfield (D-Mont) took the
Senate floor yesterday to boast of
Dave McNally, the Baltimore,
Orioles' premier pitcher -and a
Billings, Mont., product.j
"Dave McNally is feeling no.
pressure, he is feeling no pain, but
in his own words, he is feeling
very lucky," Mansfield said.
McNally has won 15 games this
season, lost none. That ties an
American League record for con-
secutive victories. Furthermore,
Mansfield noted, McNally is 17-0
over the past two seasons.
"We're following every game
with trepidation," Mansfield said.

FALL

1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air
conditioning and dishwasher. Some
are bi-level with '12 baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty

1335 South, niversity
665-8825
SUMMIT HOUSE

23Ctc.

* 3-4 man apts.
" Huge bi-levels.
" Balconies
" Central air-cond.
" Covered parking
*Luxuriously furnished
" Free bus service to campus
Call now
665-8330 or 761-8055
21 Ctc
FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block from
either. 2 bdrm. apts, starting at
$230. 663-6448. 37Ctc
2 GIRLS NEEDED to share rather nice
furn. Huron Towtrs apt. $67.50/mo.
Days call 665-7766, ext. 8175 and ask
for Marcia. Eves., 665-9619. 75C58
, 711 ARCH
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! From $55/person. 663-5284
or 761-8055.

HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
665-8637
13Ztc
SUZUKI 100 cc still under warranty.
CallY Fred, 769-13C3. 9 Z c
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 S. First. AA

21Btc
FOR SALE - 1967 Triumph TT, 650 cc.
road lights. -Only 2,000 miles. Call NO
3-0338. B70
1969 ZIG-ZAG
Cabinet model, sews on buttons, makes
buttonholes, overcasts and face
stitches, blind hems dresses etc. All
without attachments. 5 yr. parts and
!labor guarantee.

1, 2, 3 bdrm apts., newly furnished,
moderately priced. Include balcon-
ies, air cond., parking. Call 761-5471
or 761-8055. 22 Ctc
ARBOR FOREST APTS.
721 S. Forest
Air conditioned, 2 br furnished
apts. Carpeted, drapes, colored ap-
pliances, disposal, dishwasher avail-
able, Security inter-coin 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

Triumph
BMW

See resident manager in Apt, A-7 1-
5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-
CHARTER REALTY

Yamaha
Tawasaki
ZTC

WANTED TO RENT

I 665-0O ?5

20 Ctc LOST AND FOUND
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS LOST-4 mo. old male long haired1
fromkitten. White paws,belly, chest
from lower face. Black pads on back
$200 $10 reward. Call 761-0514.
761-8055 USED CARS

29C'tc UNDERGRAD GIRL needs room for
-- - Fall. Close to campus. Call Joanie,
761-8469. , 4 L58
---SUMMER SUBLET
black
, and 1 BDRM. FURN. APT. f or 1 mo. fronm
Sfeet, Aug1-31, A/CT, dishwasher. Call 764-
25A57 6285; after 5:00, 761-5831. 19 U57
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:

MAJOR LEAGUE Fa
STANDINGS
Apartments

40 Ctc

TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month

- 737 Packard i
MERCEDES BENZ 190 SL. Ex. cond.
1-5 pm 761-8063 U25
Must sell immediately. $1375 or best_______
o 6ffer by Mon. Call Joe, 7 95after
6. 27N57 TRANSPORTATION
'65 VW Sunroof, clean. $750. Ex. run- SEEK SOMEONE to drive my '67 VW
ning cond. Phone Prof. Brown, 764- bug to Berkeley, California, late
9484 days, 963-9198 eves. 24N53 August or early September. Call 971-

$36.80 TAX INCLUDED
Will take $3.68 down and 9 payments
of $3.68 with no interest, Call Capitol
Credit Manager, 9 a~m.-9 p.m. If
toll, call Collect.
1-729-4611
22Btc
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new and
used Lessons, repairs, 209 S. State.
665=8001, 10 a.m.-7 p.mr, x
BASS SPEAKER Units-15" heavy duty,
handle 100 watts, 8 ohms impedance.
Brand new in original cartons. Ideal
for bass guitar or hi-fl woofer. 'We
have a few surplus for sale while they
last at $25.00 each.
Berry Electronics, Inc.
761-1051 5X56
BARGAINCORNER
Sam's Store
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 ........$6.00

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB
xBaltimore 72 31 .699 -
Detroit 57 45 .559 141>
xBoston 57 46 .553 15
xWashington 54 54 .500 20U-,
xNew York 49 56 .467 24
Cleveland 43 63 .406 3014
Western Division
xMinnesota 64 40 .615 -
xOakland 58 41 .586 3?.
xSeattle 43 59 .422 20
Kansas City 43 61 .413 21
xCalifornia 40 61 .396 227.
Chicago 41 64 .390 23?1
x-lategames not included
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore at Minnesota, inc.
Boston at Oakland, inc.
Kansas City 6, Cleveland 0
New York at Seattle, inc.
Washington at California, inc.
Detroit 8, Chicago 0
Today's Games
Boston at Oakland
Washington at California, night
Cleveland at Kansas City, night
. Baltimore at Minnesota
Chicago at Detroit
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
IW L Pct. GB
Chicago 65 41 .613 -
New York 56 44 .560 6
St. Louis 56 49 .533 , 8 'Q
Pittbsurgh 53 51 .510 11
Philadelphia 42 61 .408 21
Montreal 33 71 .317 31

1, 2, 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.
Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
ditioning, balcony, garbage disp(nsal.I
dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
ties. Come to our rental office at 737
Packard.
761-8055
6Ctc

761
Free same day d
New 19"
Near Med
Under Co
2 Bedroom -'
Up to4
All Con
1035 V
1-86

-145.60 OLDS Convertible. Runs well. $125.1
elivery and service 761-5843. 13N52
'portables
C1rb!PORSCHE, '59 coupe, disabled engine.
I 761-1686. 26N58
ica I Center '67 FIAT 850 Spider, 25,000 miles, 40
mpg, 90 mph, Michelin X tires, radio,
ver Parking luggage rack. $400. Take over pay-
ments. Call 761-6225 9 pm.-12 mid-
Well Furnished night. 18N60
4 Persons 1959 PONTIAC Starfire. 44,000 miles.
Fair cond. $150. Call 761-6225 9 p.m.-
iveniences12 midnight. 19N60
WVa ii St. 1960 CHEVY WAGON, 41,000 miles. $150.1
Call, 761-6225 9 p.m.-12 midnight.
;A flfl5 20N60

FALL
1969
We ore 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

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69Ctc

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments
* Foxcroft, 815 S. State
9 Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
0 University Plaza, 608 Monroe
* Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
* Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
* Athena, 508 S. Division
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800

1968 FIAT-850 Coupe. Drafted-forced
to sell. 663-5284. 14Ntc
PHOTO SUPPLIES
GOSSEN'S latest unavailable on thea
U.S. market yet exposure meter-
Polysix Electronic $50. Also powerful
Braun EF 300 electronic flash $150.
Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-0553.
Dtc
AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE

6843 or 763-2118. 34G55
TICKETS Available-London to Detroit.
Aug. 22-25. 665-8489 33Gtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
KITTENS-FREE to nice people, Make
excellent cats. 761-4417. 4T61
GERMAN SHEPHERD pups. 4 mo. AKC
registered, shots. Black and cream.
Sired by grandson of Rin TIN Tin IV
who starred in adventure of Rin Tin
Tin. Appleton, Wisconsin, 414-733-
2713. Champion bloodliness. 5T59
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