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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cubs club Astros, 5-2
Mets split pair with Reds

For Direct Classified Ad Service. Phone 764-o557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00

PERSONAL

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By The Associated Press
HOUSTON -- Bill Hands and
Phil Regan tamed the Houston
Astros on seven hits and the Chi-
cago Cubs padded their East divi-
sion lead with a 5-2 victory last
night.
Hands, 13-8, yielded six hits in
6% innings for his fourth straight
victory and eighth in nine deci-
sions. Regan rescued him with two
on and two out in the seventh for
his 13th save. He was touched for
Norm Miller's third homer in the
eighth.;
The victory raised the Cubs'
lead to 7% games over the New
York Mets, who split a double-
header at Cincinnati.
Successive doubles by Randy
Hundley and Jim , Hickman and
Hands' run-scoring single got the
Cubs away to a 2-0 lead in the
second inning against Denny Le-
master, 8-11.
Another run scored in the third
when Billy Williams and Ron
Santo singled and Ernie Banks
hit into a double play.
Hundley singled and c a m e
around on Don Young's double
and a wild pitch by' reliever Dooley
Womack in the sixth and Williams
singled and Banks doubled for the
final run in the seventh as the
Cubs' won their sixth straight.
Marty Martinez singled in a
Houston run in the sixth.
* * *
CINCINNATI - New York ex-
ploded for eight runs in the third
inning and Nolan Ryan put a
clamp on Cincinnati's power hit-
ters with a seven-hitter as the
Mets crushed the Reds 10-1 in
the nightcap of their twi-night
doubleheader yesterday.
The Reds grabbed the opener.
MAJOR LEAGUEr
STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 74 34 .685
Detroit 59 47 .557 14%
Boston 58 50 .537 16
Washington 56 56 .500 20
New York 53 56, .486 21%
Cleveland 46 165 .414 29%
Western Division
Minnesota 67 42 .615 -
Oakland 62 43 .590 3%
Seattle 44 62 .415 22
Kansas City 44 63 .411 22y2
Chicago 43 65 .398 24
California 41 64 .390 24%
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 4, Minnesota 3, 13 innings
Chicago 11, Washington 4
New York 3, California 2
Baltimore 7, Kansas City 5,
10 innings
Oakland 8, Cleveland 3, 1st
Cleveland 10, Oakland 4, 2nd
Seattle 9, Boston 2
Today's Games
Washington at Chicago, night
Minnesota at Detroit, night
Oakland at Cleveland, night
Seattle at Boston,. night
Kansas City at Baltimore, night
California at New York

daily
sportsI
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTER
on homers by Pete Rose, Bobby
Tolan and Tony Perez and Gary
Nolan's first victory since April 12.
The split dropped the Reds into
second place in the National
League West, one percentage point
and one-half game behind San
Francisco, which took two from
Philadelphia.
* * *
Royals rubbed out
BALTIMORE - Brooks Robin-
son walloped his 17th homer of
the season with one on in the
10th inning, sending the Balti-
more Orioles to a 7-5 victory over
the Kansas City/ Royals last night.
Frank Robinson had opened the
10th against Galen Cisco, 1-1, with
a single, his fourth hit of the
game. After Boog Powell struck
out, Brooks connected.
A home run by Buck Martinez
gave Kansas City a 5-4 lead in the
top of the eighth, but Frank Rob-
inson's 28th homer tied it 5-5 in
the bottom of the inning.
The Royals pulled into a 4-4
deadlock in the seventh with two
runs, the first on Jackie Hernan-
dez' homer. When the next hitter
walked, Dick Hall relieved starter
Jim Hardin and yielded singles
by Paul Schaal and Joe Keough
for another run.
Clay Dalrymple's sacrifice fly
scored the first Baltimore run in
the second. Paul 'Blair hit his 23rd
homer following Joe Foy's error

for two runs in the third and
Frank Robinson tripled and scored
on Boog Powell's sacrifice fly.
Foy and starter Roger Nelson
singled in runs for Kansas City
in the second.
Expos swept
MONTREAL - Orlando Cepeda
crashed a three-run homer in the
seventh inning to give the Atlanta
Braves a 4-3 victory over Mon-
treal and a sweep of their twi-
night doubleheader yesterday.
The Braves won the opener 1-0
and snapped a five-game losing
s t r e a k on Gary Sutherland's
throwing error with two out in the
ninth.
Cepeda's 17th homer-of the sea-
son off reliever Mike .Wegener
wiped out a 3-1 lead the Expos
had grabbed in the sixth on a
triple by Sutherland, Ron Fairly's
single and Mack Jones' 20th
homer,
Wegener, 4-9, had just come in
to pitch when Hank Aaron reach-
ed safely on Coco Laboy's error
and Rico Carty, who homered in
the second for Atlanta's first run,
outlegged an infield hit.. Cepeda
then unloaded his homer into the
left field bleachers.
Jim Britton and Gary Waslew-
ski were locked in a scoreless duel
through eight innings of the
opener. Tony Gonzalez opened the
ninth with a single, only the
fourth hit off Waslewski. Aaron
flied out but Carty walked. Ce-
peda then, bounced to shortstop
Bobby Wine, who flipped to
Sutherland, forcing pinch runner
Mike Lum. But Sutherland's relay
sailed past first, allowing Gonzalez
to score.
Britton, 6-2, hurled a six-hitter
and retired Bob Bailey on an in-
field pop with two men on base
for the final out.

JOAN IS COMING!
19F63
CLONARA Nursery School and Kinder-
garten. A summerhill-type experience
for 3 t4, 5 yr. olds: 1265 and 1289
Jewett, Ann Arbor, Mich. Gail 665-
7415. 37F641
- Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0868 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
WHERE. MARGINAL PRICES BUY
QUALITY DIAMONDS! Austin Dia-
monds, 1209 S. ,University. 663-4151,
F
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
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING of Manuscripts, Theses, Papers,
etc .Expertly done at home on IBM
Selectric Typewriter. 761-3139. 10J55
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
XEROX COPIES
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THE-
SES. Perfect copies now only 7c on
overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited eraures and yet be as-
sured of copies that even look better
thatn the original from the new Xerox
240@, 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
WANTED TO RENT
MARRIED COUPLE desperately seeks
furnished apt. near campus, for fal,
To $150. Call 769-5680 after 4 p.m.
6L60
GRAD MALE WANTS to share a 2
bdrm. apt. with another, $100-120.
Call 3-5 p.m. 764-4008. 5L59!

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

FOR RENT HELP WANTED
FURNISHED APT. for rent on Hill St. STUDENT TO WORK as temporary
Air conditioned. All utilities paid. laborer for brick laying Afternoons
Phone NO 8-9538. 6C61 and Sats. $2.75 hr. Call 665-7346. 32H62
2 BDRM. APT.-Fall rentals. Modern, ON CAMPUS HOTEL interviewing for
furnished, air cond. From $230. 663- immei, te and fall openings as desk
648a99C rksandnort, .F o nLi

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LINES 1 day
2 1.00
3 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 2.20
9 2.40
10 2.60
INCHES
1 2,60
2 4.90
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 10.70

2 days
1.60
2.15
2.60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
4.55
4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
17.35
21.10

3 days
2.35
3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6:65
7.15
7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31.40

4 days
3.00
4.05
4.05
4.65
6.35
7.20
7.90
9.70
10.30
10.30
17.85
25.50
33.45
41.40

5 days 6 days
3.65 4.20
4.85 5.65
5.90 6.90
6.90 8.05
7.85 9.25
8.85 10.40
9.75 11.45
10.65 12.60
11.35 13.30
11.35 13.30
21. . 25.40
31.15 36.65
40.95 48.30
51.15 60.50

add.
.60
. 80
.95
1.15
1.30
1.45
1.55
1.70
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.30

2 BDRM. MOD. furn, air cond. Fall
rentals from $230. 663-6448. 64Ctc
RENTING Summer and Fall-1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments.3663-
6448. 36C tc

I rties ra pcatt n
call 769-3010.(},33H(38
BABYSITTER NEEDED for professor.
Weekdays 8:30-4:30 for 2 pre-school
boys. Student wife with own young
child welcome. Own traansportation
preferred. Call 663-3520 before Aug. 9
or after Aun 17

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 11/,, 21, 312, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher inch rate.

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FOR RENT

FOR RENT

3RD GRAD GIRL wanted for two .
bdrm. apt. Fall occupancy. Call 769 WANTED - Male undergrad to assist
3094. 96C61 professor (in wheel chair) in return
Aefor room and board. Call 761-9034
MODERN APARTMENTS for rent. Fully after 5 pmtn 31H62
furnished. 1 bdrm. $180; 2 bdrm. $240. at__,__
406 Packard. 769-1394 after 5:00. 82C63 POSITIONS AVAILABLE for real time
systems programmers experienced in
1 1l 1 S. STATE STREET programming small computers (Var-
The greatest value in AA an, Dec,Orta, General) or industrial
Thjraet au nA application of small computers (in-
Air conditioned, modern, garbage cluding IBM 1800). For further infor-
disposals. Large, spacious, loads of mation about these challenging post-
storage. , 3 or 4 man. Privately tions with a fast growing computer
owned-References-Ask our ten- company, please call or write Stuart
ants. Rental agent on premises. Sat- J. Baggaley, Personnel Mgr., Informa-
urday and Sunday. 11 to 3:30. Call tion Control Systems Inc., 109 E.
1-355-7389, 1-864-3852. 90Ctc Madison, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Call 761-6146 or 761-'1600. 30H67
FEMALE roommates desperately needed
-campus-hospitals. 663-9077 after 11 STUDENT MALE earn $ during remain-
a.m. 95 C601 der of summer and fall, car necessary.
- Call 662-9726 29 Htc
HELP WANTED to distribute flyers
4 .. during Registration. Call Mr. Lasser,
761-3103,8-10 a.m. 14Htc

4-

WANTED-Grad roommate. Good deal,
low cost. 665-0824. 1C62
4TH GIRL NEEDED for fall apt. Great
location, modern, cheap, Call 761-4052.
2C62
MODERN ONE. BDRM., air conditioned
apt, for fall. Two minutes from cen-
tral campus. Call 663-0220 for further
information. 3Ctc
HOSPITALS, 1 block from either, 2
bdrm. modern furn., air cond., from
$230. 663-6448. 100Ctc
FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block from
either. 2 bdrm. apts. starting at
$230. 663-6448. 37Ctc
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.
20 Ctc
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from
$200
761-8055
40 Ctc
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
TRADEW IN D APTS.
Located near the stadium and
events bldg.
* 3-4 man apts.
* Huge bi-levels.
* Balconies
* Central air-cond.
* Covered parking
* Luxuriously furnished
* Free bus service to campus

GIRL NEEDED to share large house
near campus. Own room. Available
immediately. Call 761-9049. 4C62
NEED 1 OR 2 FEMALE roommates for
fall for Ann St. apt. Call 761-1783.
5C63
FIRST YEAR TEACHER needs a, room-
mate to share large furn. apt. at
Tower Plaza. $120/io. Must be over
21. Call Jan Schneck, 1-814-723-7181.1
97C62
THREE GIRLS needed to complete 4-
man South Univ. $72.50/mo. 761-6852
after 5 p.m. 98C62
NEED 5TH GIRL ror apartment for fall.
Apartment is huge: 3 bedrooms, 2
FULL baths, dishwasher, disposal,
etc. 8 month lease. S. University at
Washtenaw. If interested, call Sue at
312-675-7723 or Mllen at 312-679-0605.
Ctc.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4A
man apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 28Ctc
FALL ROOMS for men students only.
Nicely furnished and carpeted w/ and
w/out cooking. $50-75/mo. 1346 Geddes
near Observatory. Information at 761-
2943 after 4 p.m. 76Ctc
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. 79Ctc
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
girl(s) to share apartment for fall.
Call 769-3132. 86C59

$50 perperson and up
761-8055
84Ctc
Near Medical Center
and North Campus
Under Cover Parking
2 Bedroom - Well Furnished
Up to 4 Persons
All Conveniences
1035 Wall St.
1-864-3852
69Ctc

MALE HELP Wanted for week of Aug.
19-31. Apt. cleaning. Phone Mr. Fralick
at 761-8312 betw 8-5 15Htc
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-SPINET PIANO
Wanted responsible party to take over
low monthly payments on a spinet
piano. Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby-
ville, Indiana 46176. 37B60
FOR SALE-Complete 6 yr. collection
of PLAYBOY - Perfect cond. Best
offer takes it. 769-2539. 36B61
MAGNAVOX stereo, walnut cabinet
with AM-FM radio, $125.

309

2 BDRM. APTS.
For 3. Modern, air cond. bldg. Bel I
Air Apts. 815 S. Main. Call
ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800
88 Ctc
HISTORY GRAD (male) seeks 2nd man
to share 2 bdrm. apt., 5 min. from
library, pool, air cond., tv. $110/mo.
Call 769-4422. 89 C59
FAI L1L

COLLIER Encyclopedia, year books,
Junior classigs, animal books, with
walnut boqkcase, $150.
WALNUT END Table with formica top,
$20.
Call after 6 p.m.-663-8659 35B63
TYPEWRITER -Types like handwrit-
ing. Cheap. Call 761-1227 after 5 p.m.
34860
1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
Slightly used in modern cabinet. Does
everything without attachments. 5 yr.
parts and labor guarantee. Pay $5.93
down and 9 payments of $5.93/mo,
with no interest.

$59.30 INCLUDING TAX
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air
conditioning and dishwasher. Some Call Capitol Credit Manager, 9 a.m.-9
are bi-level with 12 baths. Excellent p.m. for free home demonstration.
campus locations. No obligations. If toll, call Collect.
_1-729-4611

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FALL RENTALS
2 bedroom
apartment
2-3-4 Man
McKinley Associates
663-6448

Call now
665-8330 or 761-8055
HOSPITAL
AREA
2 Bedroom Furnished Ap
Some bi-levels include dishwas
conditioning, parking. 8 or 1
lease. 761-8055.
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man

21 Ctc
___ BI-LEVELS FOR FALL
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms. Separate study
or formal dining room. 761-6916. 52Ctc
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
hers, air August Occupancy
12 month Furnished two-bedroom apt. with
54Ctc wal-to-wall carpeting, disposal,
parking. $200 per month includes
heat and water, air-conditioner
optional._
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC. GOS
335 E. Huron 662-7787 U.S.
Poly

1335 South University
665-8825

Charter Realty

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SUMMER SUBLETS
me in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 69 41 .627 -
New York 59 46 .562 7%
xSt. Louis 58 50 .537 10
xPittsburgh 54 52 .509 13,
Philadelphia 43 64 .402 24%
Montreal 35 75 .318 34
Western Division
San Francisco 61 48 .560 -
Cincinnati 57 45 .559 %
Atlanta 62 50 .554
xLos Angeles 57 49 .538 2%
Houston 57 52 .523 4
xSan Diego 34 74 .315 261/
x-late game not included
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 5, Houston 2
Cincinnati 8, New York 5, 1st
New York 10, Cincinnati 1, 2nd
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, inc.
St. Louis at San Diego, inc.
Atlanta 1, Montreal 0, 1st
Atlanta 4, Montreal 3, 2nd
San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 2, 1st
San Francisco 5, Philadelphia 3, 2nd
Today's Games
Atlanta at Montreal, night
San Francisco at Philadelphia, night
New York at Cincinnati, night
Chicago at Houston, night
St. Louis at San Diego, night
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, night

PHOTO SUPPLIES
EN'S latest unavailable on the
market yet exposure meter-
ysix Electronic $50. Also powerful
un EF 300 electronic flash $150.
Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-0553.1
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-Associated Press
BILL TOOMEY, OLYMPIC decathlon champion, breaks the tape
in the 100-meter dash of the decathlon event of the West Ger-
man-U.S. track and field meet yesterday in Augsburg, Germany.
He defeated Kurt Bendlin (center) and Gunthar Grube with a
10.5 second clocking.

BAD TRIPS WITH AAU:
Athletes protest travel arrangements

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KWIK nKL EEN
20%0
Off All
(4 or More Garmets)
D RY
CLEANING
When returned
in Kwik and Kleen's
Bulk
CIANING
SALE
BAG
Bags distributed
starting this week
with Dry Cleaning
33c
SHIRTS

Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982

0 bi-level
0 air conditioning
0 dishwashers
0 parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055

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26 Ctc
Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuums, THE PARK LANE
garbage disposal, balconies. InterestL
on security deposit. TV anq dish- Luxurious, 1 bdrm apts.
washer rental available. for 3-4 people $50/person

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Brau
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TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
ARBOR FOREST APTS.
721 S. Forest
Air conditioned, 2 br furnishe
apts. Carpeted, drapes, colored ap
pliances, disposal, dishwasher avai
able, Security inter-com door sy
tem. Ample parking.
Business office-347 Maynard
9 to 5 call 663-6052 or 769-3137.
Eve's 663-6052 or 449-2907
25 C'

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RADIOS, REPAIRS

ALBERT TERRACE-1700 Geddes MUSICAL MDSE.,
Single or bilevel 2 bdrm. apts. Luxuri- _ I
ously furnished-$40-$53/man. EPIPHONE acoustic guitar. Frontier
Air cond. model. Hard shell case. Call 769-1388
e 11 baths after 5- p.m. 6X61
Dishwasher --
Balcony or patio HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
See resident manager in Apt. A7, 1-5:30 Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-1717. sories, David lessons-repairs, Gibson,
Charter Realty Harmony. 209 S. State, 665-9001.
665-8825 10-7 p.m.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Light brown shepherd-collie
puppy. White chest and paws. An-
swers to "Taro." Wells-Packard vicin-
ity. Call Mark at 761-3525 or 662-3055.
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AUGSBURG, Germany ) -
Members of the U.S. men's track
and field team last night dropped
a threat to boycott next week's
meet against Britain after re-
solving what they considered ma-
jor grievances against the Ama-
teur Athletic Union.
But the disgruntled team mem-
bers demonstrated continuing dis-
satisfaction with the AAU's organ-
ization of the current European
tour by taping over the AAU in-
signia on their warm-up suits.
They said they were particularly
upset by theteam's hotel accom-
modations in Augsburg, where
they took the lead over West
German national team last night
In the first of a two-day meet.
John Cole, top discus thrower
on the team, told a newsman the
decision to compete in London
was reched after the AAU spon-
sors agreed to let Bob Beamon,
the world record holding broad

mon and Power cases," Cole said
speaking for most of the team's
43 members. Some 35 were count-
ed at a gripe session earlier where
the boycott threat was drawn up.
"Olan Cassel, AAU secretary,
told me the AAU had been plan-
ning to send Beamon home any-
way," Cole added.
Beamon watched last, night's
contest from the sidelines after
U.S. Head Coach Alex Francis
scratched him from the line-up.
Beamon, Francis said, was suf-
fering from the after-effects of
dental surgery and has personal
problems.
Neal Steinhauer, team co-cap-I
tain, said tape will remain on
uniforms tonight in "silent protest
against unsatisfactory treatment
on the trip."
Steinhauer added that Ameri-
can men and women track and
field athletes will discuss the
grievances further during their
meet in London. He also said the

2lBtc
FOR SALE - 1967 Triumph TT, 650 cc,
road lights. Only 2,000 miles. Call NO
3-0338. B70
---- - - - ------
1969 Z IG-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.
$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
PETS AND SUPPLIES
NEEDED-A good home for 1 yr. old
spayed female cat. Call 764-1284 or
761-5040. 6T61
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
TRANSPORTATION
RIDER WANTED to Spokane, Washing-
ton, in drive away. Call 663-0653
after 7 p.m. 38G60
RIDERS WANTED to Buffalo, Albany,
or Boston areas. Share driving. Leave
Aug. 18 or 19. 761-0673. 37GtC
BARGAIN CORNER

ticized what she termed "bad and
inadequate" food served American
team members in Augsburg. She
said she was speaking for three-
quarters of the American women's
team.
At their earlier meeting, the
athletes also had asked for a voice!
in the selection of team coaches;
a raise of the $2 daily allowance
to $10 and a complete redefinition
of the word amateur.
Dan Ferris, the AAU's repre-
sentative to the International
Amateur Athletic Federation, said
he believed the athletes statement
was "stimulated by people at home
fighting the AAU."
The former AAU secretary also
said that "I believe the meeting
today was an outgrowth of dis-
satisfaction with the hotel ac-
commodations in Stuttgart."
Ferris said some athletes resent-'
ed the housing conditions in both
Stuttgart and Augsburg "and this
rolled up into a big snowball."

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