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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fr dnv Augusit' 8.1969

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WOMEN'S RIGHTS:

Congressman demands
investigation of baseball

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

I

WASHINGTON (P) - A New
York congressman said yesterday
he would urge an investigation of
organized baseball in the wake of
the sport's refusal to make Bernice
Gera its first woman umpire.
"Due to the conduct of baseball
in this matter, which tends to be
illegal," said Rep. Mario Biaggi, a
Democrat, "there might be other
areas that also are illegal."
Biaggi said Mrs. Gera, a 38-
year-old Jackson Heights, N.Y.,
housewife, was denied an umpire's
job in the Class A New -York-
Pennsylvania League solely on the
basis of her sex.
He said refusal by Phillip Piton,
head of the minor leagues, to ap-
prove Mrs. Gera's contract, was
"devious, dilatory and cruel."
Biaggi, who said he is represent-
ing Mrs. Gera as a "friend, con-
gressman and attorney without
Woman ,gets
into. Yale
press box
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (A) - A
woman sportswriter will report on,
the Aug. 17 professional football
exhibition from the previously
male-only press box at Yale Bowl.
,n attorney for, Elinor Kaine
announced yesterday that the Su-
perior Court suit filed by the
woman, aimed at gaining admis-
sion to the press box for the New
York Giants-New York Jets game,
ended in an out-of-court agree-
ment by all parties that she be
admitted.
The out-of-court settlement had
been announced Wednesday, but
whether or not Miss Kaine would
be allowed into the press box was
not made public until after attor-
ney Allan R. Johnson of Bridge-
port, Conn., met with court rep-
resentatives to report the agree-
meet yesterday..
Miss Kaine writes a syndicated
column called Football and the
Single Girl. She filed her suit
July 28, seeking $25,000 damages
and a court injunction to allow
her to cover the game under the
s a m e circumstances as male
sportswriters.
Defendants in the suit were
Yale University, the Giants and
Jets football teams and Bill
Guthrie, New Haven Journal-
Courier sports editor, who handled
press arrangements for the game.a
Johnson said the 196'? graduate
of Smith College was told a month
ago she could not be admitted be-
cause a male-only tradition had
been- established in the press box,
and because there are open rest
room facilities there.
She said in the suit that denial
of a press box seat to a woman
sportswriter would be a violation
of the equal opportunity aspects
of federalu'and state civil rights
laws, and a violation of the fed-
eral constitution's 14th amend-
ment guarantee of "equal protec-
tion of the law."

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTER
fee, filed a complaint Wednesday
on her behalf with the Nqw York
commission on human rights in an
effort to get organized baseball to
honor the woman's contract or pay
damages.
Last year Mrs. Gera filed a
complaint with the state commis-
sion after the New York-Penn
League refused to give her a con-
tract..
After negotiation, however, the
league relented, signed her to a
contract and assigned her to work
a game Aug. 1 in Auburn, N.Y.
Before she left last week, Piton
sent her a telegram saying he had
disapproved her contract.

"I love baseball so much that
I wouldn't want to do anything to
hurt it," Mrs. Gera said at a news
conference with Biaggi. "But I am
a certified umpire and I want to
be a part of the sport."
Rep. Martha W. Griffiths (D-
Mich), who sponsored an amend-
ment to bar sex discrimination
under the equal opportunities act,
said she believed the action was
a blatant violation of the law.
"The only reason she was not
allowed to become an umpire,"
Mrs. Griffiths said, "was because
she is a woman. It's really foolish."
Biaggi said he would ask for a
Congressional investigation of or-
ganized baseball whether or not
Mrs. Gera wins her battle.
"Baseball is no longer the sport
we all knew it was," he said.
"Baseball has been reduced to a
fiscal asset like any other business.
"Conglomerates have b o u g h t
teams. Gambling interest have be-
come involved. It is no longer ac-
ceptable to the public as it was
when it was in its pure form."

PERSONAL
WANTED-Thrill-seeking female singer
for established jug band. Must have
fantastic voice or other outstanding
features. Call 769-3047 or 665-9276.
42F63
WANTED-WITNESSES to Accident
Anyone who witnessed the motorcycle-
car accident on South University in
front of the Lawyers' Club on Thurs-
day, July 24th at 9 a.m., PLEASE call
Ken at 665-6350 or 971-3787. Call any-
time-and leave a message. Any help
or information leading to witnesses
will also be appreciated. Ftc
NEED A CYCLE for last 2 weeks of
Aug. Prefer a 650 Triumph or B.S.A.
Call 665-3886. Rent neg. 38F64
GURDJIEFF .enthusiast wanted to
share enthusiasm and knowledge with
novice. Call Don, 761-7834. 39F63
THE ANN ARBOR
BLUES FESTIVAL
NEEDS YOUR HELP
IF YOU HAVE TAPES OF ANY OF
THE PERFORMANCES, ES'ECIAL-
LY OTIS RUSH, FREDDY KING,
B.B. KING, MAGIC SAM, T-BONE
WALKER, LUTHER ALLISON, JUN-
IOR WELLS ETC.
PLEASE CONTACT JOHN AT
763-3268 during the day or
769-0594 at night.
IT is of extreme importance that
we secure as much of the festival
on tape as possible.
43F64
CLONARA Nursery School and Kinder-
garten. A summerhill-type experience
for 3 ,4, 5 yr. olds. 1265 and 1289
Jewett, Ann Arbor, Mich. Call 665-
7415. 37F64
FONDLE IS COMING!
36F63
MODELS WANTED for Fall-$8 an hour
after tests. Commercial Photography.
The Medium's Mouth
665-7286
-_ /Ftc
BOE NEFF says farewell to Ann Arbor;
Friday night, 715 Church, No. 3;
BYO. F61
ALPINE RIDING STABLES. Horses
rented, bought, and sold. 2525 W.
Seven Mile Rd., Whitmore Lake. Rid-
ing weekends only. 449-2950. 62 Ftc
FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER seeks
interesting, and legitimate! ploto
work. Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-
0553, 764-0561. Ftc
Xerox copies
Cheap-Fast
1217 S. University 769-0560
5 Ftc
BLOOD DONORS I
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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-KITTEN: Black and white, 11
weeks old-ivicinity of E. Univ. and
Oakland. Call 665-7456. Ate
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.
26A62
FOR SALE E
DESK, BOOKCASES, pole lamp, steam-
er trunk. 662-1684. 40B61
The Hobby Horse
810 Brown
Open weekends only:
Sat. 10-5; Sun. 1-5
Antiques and odds and ends
This weekend all books % price
39Btc
DOUBLE BED complete with springs.
Call 769-9830 after 5 p.m. 38B64
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.
COLLIER Encyclopedia. year books,
Junior classics, animal books, with-
walnut bookcase, $150.
WALNUT END Table with formica top,
$20.

FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for rent. 428 Cross St.
663-3886. 12C63
ROOMMATE-2 bdrm., 2 man. Fantas-
tic, unique, cheap. 769-3342 diligently.
13C65
ROOMMATES NEEDED to complete 4-5
man apt. for fall. Contact Nel or
Carlos at 1700 Geddes, Apt. B-10. Ph,
665-8769. 7C63
FIRST YEAR TEACHER desires female
roommates in 3-4 man. 665-2774 after
5. 8C62
MALE GRAD student w/car. 13 hrs./
wk. household chores exchange apt.
and garage. 663-2588. 9C67
HOSPITALS, 1 block from either, 2
bdr. modern furn., air cond., from
$230. 663-6448, looct
FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block from
either. 2 bdrm. apts, starting at
$230. 663-6448. 37Cc
MODERN ONE. BDRM., air conditioned
apt. for fall. Two minutes from cen-
tral campus. Call 663-0220 for further
information, 3tc
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 Cte
SUMMER RENTALS
ALBERT TERRACE-1700 Geddes
Single or bilevel 2 bdrm. apts. Luxuri-
ously furnished-$40-$53/man.
Air cond.
1% 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
TRADEWIND APTS.
Located near the stadium and
events bldg.
9 3-4 man apts.
# Huge bi-levels.
* Balconies
0 Central air-cond.
0 Covered parking
* Luxuriously furnished
* Free bus service to campus
Call now
665-8330 or 761-8055
21lCtc
HOSPITAL
AREA
2 Bedroom Furnished Apts.
Some bi-levels include dishwashers, air
conditioning, parking. 8 or 12 month
lease. 761-8055. 54Ctc
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man
Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, baldonies Interest
on security deposit. TV and dish-
washer rental available.

FOR RENT
2 FEMALE GRADS wanted to share apt.
Call 769-4599. 14C65
FALL SEMESTER. Beautiful furn, apt.
Also single room w.kitchen privileges.
Male students only. NO 2-0480 after
6 p.m. 10C69
NEED 2ND GRAD male to complete
modern, furn., 2 bdrm, apt, near
Hospital. Call 769-2426 eves. 11C65
NEED 1 OR 2 FEMALE roommates for
fall for Ann St. apt. Call '761-1783.
563
FIRST YEAR TEACHER needs a room-!
mate to share large furn, apt. at
Tower Plaza. $120/mo. Must be over
21. Call Jan Schneck, 1-814-723-7181.
97062
FURNISHED APT. forrent on Hill St.
Air conditioned. All utilities paid.
Phone NO 8-9538, 6061
4TH GIRL NEEDED for fall apt. Great
location, modern, cheap. Call 761-4052.
2C62
THREE GIRLS needed to complete 4-
man South Univ. $72.50/mo. 761-6852
after 5 p.m. 98062
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 Ellen at 312-679-0605.
Ctc
1111 S.STATE STREET
The greatest value in AA,
Air conditioned, modern, garbage
disposals. Large, spacious, loads of
storage. 2, 3 or 4 man. Privately .
owned-References- Ask our ten-
ants. Rental agent on premises. Sat-
urdayand Sunday. 11 to 3:30. Call
1-353-7389, 1-864-3852. 9O0tc
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy--4
man apt.. 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 2BCtc
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
Near Medical Center
and North Campus,
Under Cover Parking
2 Bed'oom - Well Furnished
Up to 4 Personsy
All Conveniences
1035 Wall St.
1-864-3852
69Ctc
2 BDRM. APTS.
For 3. Modern, air cond. bldg. Bel
Air Apts. 815 S. Main. Call
ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-280
88 Cte
COU PLES
GRAD students and student fami-
lies like the iquiet 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
BI-LEVELS FOR FALL
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms. Separate study
or formal dining room. 761-6916. 52Ctc

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LINES 1 day
2 100
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
375
4:15
4 55
4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
17.35
21.10

3 dos
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 doys
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 dovs
3 65
4 85
5 90
6 90
7 85
8,85
9 75
10.65
11.35
i1135
21.75
31.15
40.95
51.15.

6 dovs
4.20
5.65
6.90
8.05
9.25
10.40
11.45
12.60
13.30
13.30
25.40
36.65
48.30
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
1.10
at the

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 11/,, 2,/2, 3'/!, etc. inch size
overage of the lower and higher inch' rate.

e will be billed

FOR RENT
WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL, Riders want-
ed. Call 761-4166. 41 C64
WANTED-Grad roommate. Good deal,
low cost.665-0824. 1062
2 BDRM. APT.-Fall rentals. Modern,
furnished, air cond. From $230. 663-
6448. 99Cto
2 BDRM. MOD. furn., air cond. Fall
rentals from $230. 663-6448. 64Ctc1
RENTING Summer and' Fall-1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments. 6163-
6448. 36Ctc
3RD GRAD GIRL wanted for two
bdrm. apt. Fall occupancy. Call 769-
3094. 96061
SUBLET-Until August 31-Studio in
Huron Towers, with option for' fall.
Call 769-3235 or CH 1-0701 collect.
74Ctc
FEMALE roommates desperately needed
-campus-hospitals. 663-9077 after 11
a.m. 95 C60
4,Man
$50 per person and up
761-8055 "
84Ctc

HELP WANTED
PART TIME ANIMAL Caretaker for
weekdays and weekends for rest of
summer and fall. Call 764-0438 be-
tween 9 and 5. 35H70
FULL OR PART TIME-Great oppor-
tun~ity in young firmh expanding
locally. Call 662-9156. 36H63
HELP WANTED to distribute flyers
during Registration. Call Mr. Lasser,
761-3103. 8-10 a.m. 14Htc
ON CAMPUS HOTEL interviewing for
imediate and fall openings as desk
clerks and porters. F'or application
call 769-3010. 33H68
WANTED - Male undergrad to assist
professor (in wheel chair) in ,return
for room and board. Call 761-9034
af4ter 5 p.m. 311162
POSITIONS AVAILABLE for real time
systems programmers experienced in
programming small computers (Var-
ian, Dec, Orta, General) or industrial
application of small computers (in-
cluding IBM 1800). For further infor-
mation about these challenging posi-
tions with a fast growing computer
company, please call or write Stuart
J. Baggaley, Personnel Mgr., Inform-
tio Control Systems Inc., 109 E.
Madison, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Call 761-6146 or 761-1600. 30H67
STUDENT MALE earn $ during remain-
der of summer and fall, car necessary.
Call 662-9726. 29 Htc
HELP WANTED to distribute flyers
during Registration. Call Mr. Lasser.
761-3103, 8-10 a.m, 14Itc
MALE HEILP~ Wanted ,for week of Aug.
19-31. Apt, cleaning. Phone Mr. Fralick
at 761-8312 betw. 8-5. 15Htc
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
MUST SACRIFICE $980 Bultaco 250 cc.
Enduro Scrambler, $475. Call 761-
6245 10-4 p.m. or 761-2368, 769-5510
other times. 30 Z60
'67 SUZUKI 120-Ex. cond., 2 helmets.
$230. 761-5015. . 32Z65
HONDA C1-350 - Perfect, 2500 miles,
$500. Hodiaka, immaculate, $250. Call
668-8030 after 5 p.m. Must see to
believe. .33Z63
MF/N'S BICYCLE, Ex. cond. 761-1125.
31Z61
"THE RIGHT CHOICE"
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1983
9Ztc

FALL

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

1335 South University
6 865-8825

23Ct

SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8963 U25
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE GRAD wants apt, to share
for fall. Call 769-4599. 7L65
WANTED TO RENT--I bedroom apt.
or large room, for fall. Prefer short
term or po lease. Cal1 769-4713 or 769-
2460. Ltc
PHOTO SUPPLIES;
GOSSEN'S latest unavailabie on the
U.S. market yet "exposure meter-
Polysix Electronic $50. Also powerful
Braun EP 300 electronic flash $1&0.
Call Richard Lee, 764-6755,'764-0553.
Dtc

-Associated Press
Baseball's top fan
Herbert Khaury, better known to the world as singer Tiny Tim,
wears the cap of his favorite team-the Dodgers. Tiny Tim has
been a Dodger fan since the days of Brooklyn and Ebbits Field.
This year the National Baseball Congress has named him "Fan
of the Year, and he'll be honored August 12 in Topeka, Kansas.

DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
665-8637

13Ztc

NO CONTROL OF PLAYERS
Skinner quits Philly's Phis

Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982
390tc

PHILADELPHIA ()-A g im-
faced Bob Skinner, his voice
trembling, announced his resigna-
tion yesterday as manager of the
National L e a g u e Philadelphia
Phillies because of what ,he called
"'lack of- support from the front
office."
John Quinn, general manager,
said coach George Myatt had been
offered the managerial post for
the remainder of the season.
Myatt, reached at Reading, Pa.,
where the Phils went to play an
exhibition with their Eastern
League farm club, quickly accepted'
the post.
Quinn said Skinner's action
caught the club by suprise.
" All he told us was that under
the present conditions, he did not
feel like continuing on the Job,"
Quinn said.
The 37-year-old Skinner, who
has not been able to turn the Phil-
lies around from their losing ways,
ended 14 months as field manager.
"The straw that broke the
camel's back was the handling of'
Rich Allen," he said.

Allen, the Phillies temperament-
al star slugger, has openly rebuffed
Skinner and carried all his dis-
agrements, including suspensions
and fines, to owner Bob Carpenter.
Skinner told a hastily summoned
news conference there is no way
in my opinion that a manager can
win in Philadelphia without hav-
ing complete control of all players,
without exception."
Skinner, who played for 12 years
with Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and
St. Louis in the National League
before retiring as a player in 1966,
came to the Phillies from San
Diego where he had piloted that
team to the Pacific Coast League
pennant in 1967.
In his 14 months with the Phil-
lies, Skinner saw the club lose 123
games while winning 93. The Phils
are currently mired in fifth place
in the six-team eastern division,
242 games out of first place.
"I feel we've done a great job,"
Skinner said. "But I have too
much pride. I am a winner and I
want to be with a winner, and
you can't win this way.

"Allen has been a big factor in
our losing and there is very defi-
nitely disharmony on the club."
Carpenter said he regretted
Skinner's action, and denied that
he ever interfered with the op-
eration of the team on the field.
He acknowledge, however, that he
had stepped in frequently to try
to cool down Allen's rebellious
moments.
"Whatever I did in the Allen
case, I did for the benefit of the
Philadelphia ball club," Carpenter
said.
Allen was suspended for nearly
a month after he missed two ball
games in New York. Skinner said
that fines that he had imposed for
that absence were canceled by
Carpenter.
The owner said he couldn't recall
exactly what happened and then
sought to cut off all further com-
ment on Allen "because this is
Skinner's day."
"I am terribly sorry he (Skinner)
feels like this," Carpenter said.
"But if he feels this way, he did
the correct thing. When you don't
like what your bosses do, you
should resign. That's the only fair
thing to do."
Skinner said he had immediate
plans except -to return to his fam-
ily in Californa. Carpenter said
that as far as Allen is concerned-
and there have been rumors that
the club planned to trade him
after this season-"I will not make
any commitment at this time, but
he's going to have to abide by all
the rules and regulations."

TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month
761-1945

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
26 Ctc
THE PARK LANE
Luxurious, 1 bcrm apts.
for 3-4 people $50/person
* bi-level
9 air conditioning
0 dishwashers
9 parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055
23 Ctc

CENTURY CAMERA
(At our new location)
# 4254N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Take 94 to Southfield Expr, North to
13 Mile Road-then east to Woodward
and North

AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras
WE BUY, SELL, TRADE
Everything Photographic
DARKROOM SUPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPER

SUZUKI 100 cc still under warranty,
Call Fred, 769-1393. 9 Ztc
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
Triumph Yamaha
BMW TawasakZ
ZTC
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE,
EPIPHONE acoustic guitar. Frontier
model. Hard shell case. Call 769-1388
after 5 p.m. 6X61
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instrumepts, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
TRANSPORTATION
RIDER WANTED to NYC-Ann Arbor
late Aug. Share expenses and driving.
1-212-859-4835. 39G63
RIDERS WANTED to Ruffalo, Albany,
or Boston areas. Share driving., LeavB
Aug. 18 or 19. 761-0673. 37Gtc

4

Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables

ARBOR FOREST APTS.
721 S. Forest

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(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner
Charges accepted)

Call after 6 p.m.-663-8659

35B63I

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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
Dall Capitol Credit Manager, 9 a.m.-9
p.m. for free home demonstration,
No obligations. If toll, call Collect.
1-729-4611
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,
$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

BARGAIN CORNER

Air conditioned, 2 br furnished
apts. Carpeted, drapes, colored ap-
pliances, disposal, dishwasher avail-
able, Security inter-cam 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

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

USED CARS
'60 MGA-Must sell, excellent condi-
tIon. 769-1316. 33N64
MGB '66. Brit. racing green. Spent its
life in Calif.-no rsut, exi cond. $1350.
Jerry Johnston, 9-4:30, 764-856; after
9 p.m., 455-0495. 30N61
'58 CHEVY hardtop. Runs well. $75.
769-3216 or 764-2377. 31N65
FIAT 124 Spider. Ex, cond. Call 763-
0134. 32N65
'66 TRIUMPH TR 4A-Radio, new ra-
dials. Call Pete, 764-5200 days. 28N64
1968 MUSTANG conv. 390, power, auto-
matic, AM-FM stereo radio, Call Marc,
665-5671 or 763-3241. 29N61
'60 OLDS Convertible. Runs well. $125,
761-5843. 13N52
1968 FIAT-850 Coupe. Drafted-forced
to sell. 663-5284. 14Ntc
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING of Manuscripts, Theses, Papers
etc Expertly done at home on IBM
Selectric Typewriter. 761-3139. 10J55
EXPERIENCED SEURETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette. 971-2463. 48Jtc

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