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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Rookie Mike Kil-
kenny checked California on three
hits for his first complete game in
the major leagues in pitching
the Detroit Tigers to a 7-1 vic-
tory over the Angels last night.
The left-hander, 2-2, whose
wife gave birth to a son only
hours before game time, was hurt
only by Bubba Morton's home run
in the fifth.
The Tigers had a 5-0 lead at
that point. They got three in the
first against Andy Messersmith,
10-8, on a walk, singles by Tom
Tresh, Jim Northrup and Norm

Cash and Tom Matchick's sacri-
fice fly. Kilkenny and Tresh
stroked run-scoring singles in the
fifth.
In the seventh, Tresh hit his
ninth homer off the upper deck
in right-center field and Willie
Horton, who singled, scored from
first when Matchcick doubled.
* *
Reds ruined
MONTREAL-Coco Laboy drove
in three runs and pitcher Steve
Renko helped his own cause with
his first major league home run
as the Montreal Expos stunned

Against
A little bit of...
..midwAugust speculation
By ERIC SIEGEL
Along about the middle of August, baseball news tends to be
shoved aside by the latest dispatch from the various gridiron
camps scattered around the country.
The reason for this annual late-summer phenomenon is
simple. Football news is fresh and different. Baseball news is old
and tired. The All-Star game is over. The whole world knows
Reggie Jackson is ahead of Babe Ruth's and Roger Maris'
record-setting home run paces. And Dave McNally lost his
chance to tie the major league record for consecutive wins; so
what? '
In desperation, baseball writers are forced to engage in a bit
of diamond speculation to preserve their hallowed spots on page
one of the sports section. This speculation usually takes the form
of a "Who's Going to Win the Pennant" prognosis.
But for the writer covering the American League action, this
veritable wellspring of speculation is dry. It seems fairly obvious
by now that the Baltimore Orioles will sweep the Eastern Divi-
sion crown and the Minnesota Twins finally seem to have shook
loose from the pesky Oakland Athletics in the West. And it is a
little premature to begin predicting who will win the best-of-five
showdown between these two powerhouses.
THERE IS, HOWEVER, another race of sorts going on in
the American League and, things being what they are, a little
speculation as to "Who's Going to be the American League's
Manager of the Year" does not seem too far out of line.
The prime contenders for this honor are Earl Weaver, Billy
Martin and Ted Williams. As players, their personalities and
abilities could not have been more varied.
Weaver was always a "plugger" but his talent on the ball
field was limited and he never set foot on a major league
diamond until the Orioles made him a coach under Hank Bauer.
Martin was quite a bit more outspoken than Weaver (and
just about every one else, for that matter) and was also a few
steps above Weaver in playing ability. Billy the Kid was the
starting second baseman on many of the fine Yankee teams of
the '50's, but after the dust had settled and the blood had dried,
the controversial frieband emerged as nothing more than a
mediocre major-leaguer who rode the tailwinds of the bats of
Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Moose Skowren, etc.
A RECAP OF WILLIAMS' career is an unnecessary as an
attempt to attach superlatives to his ability. Suffice it to say that
the Splendid Splinter--a scientific, aloof, and dedicated per-
fectionist--was one of the greatest hitters of all time.
As managers, however, Weaver, Martin and Williams are
quite similar in that each has worked a minor miracle with his
team. Baltimore's warm-weather Earl the Pearl has the Birds
hovering like vultures around the .700 mark; the Twins, under
the tutelage of monsieur Martin, are as exciting as they are
good; and Williams has the Senators within striking distance
of a .500 season for the first time in their 10 year expansion
history.
Of the three, Weaver's work could be judged the least im-
pressive. Sure, he's getting the best results. But after all, it may
be argued, he's got the best material.
Indeed, Weaver does have the best material. Three of the
League's top ten hitters wear Oriole uniforms, the pitching
has been brilliant and the defense is solid.
STILL, WEAVER MUST be given credit for making the
best of a good situation. And good material notwithstanding,
the Birds have shown some substantial improvement under
Weaver. When Weaver took the reigns from Bauer halfway
through the '68 season, the Birds were in third place. They
finished last season in second place, a dozen games off the top.
Now they're talking about a victory celebration in Baltimore in
mid-September.
If the improvement of the Orioles under Weaver has been
substantial, then the improvement of the Twins underMartin
has been fantastic. The Twins, who finished seventh last year
under Cal Ermer, are a completely different team with Martin
at the helm.
Martin has his club scrapping. and hustling and running
the bases like the old Gas House Gang of the '30's. With Martin
calling the signals, the Twins have stolen home eight times
this season and even hefty Harmon Killebrew has swiped four
bases.
Of course, Martin, like Weaver, has a good team of horses
in his stable. Rod Carew is leading the League with a .350 plus
average, Tony Oliva is only a dozen points lower, and the thiev-
ing Killebrew, out for two months with an injured back last year,
is racking up rbi's like a trucker racks up miles.
BUT MARTIN IS MAKING sure the hits are parlayed into

runs and seeing that the runs win ball games. In addition, he
has helped clear the air of a lot of the dissension that plagued
the Twins in the past.
Williams, unlike his two competitors for League honors,
hasn't led his charges into first place. The Nats, in fact, may not
even finish in the first division. But for a team that is used to
scraping the cellar, the Senators' improvement is nothing less
than outstanding.
Most of the improvement in the Senators can be seen at the
plate, and most of the credit for that improvement belongs to
Williams.
During spring training, Williams suggested that Frank How-
ard wait for his pitch and try to make more contact with the

Cincinnati 8-3 in the first game
of a double-header last night.
Renko, 2-4, gave up six hits,
struck out eight and walked three.
He hit his home run over the
fence in right center field off Cin-
cinnati starter Tony Cloninger in
the second to give Montreal a 3-0
lead.
Laboy put the Expos ahead 2-0
in the first with a single, driving
in Rusty Staub, who singled, and
Mack Jones, who drew a walk.
Laboy also got an RBI in the third
when second baseman Chico Ruiz
fumbled his grounder, driving in
Staub, who had doubled. Staub
also hit a home run, his 20th, in
the seventh and the Expos added
a run in the eighth,
The victory snapped a six-game
losing streak for the Expos and a
five-game winning streak for the
Reds. Alex Johnson hit a two-run
homer for the Reds.
Royals romp
WASHINGTON - Kansas City
took the lead on successive squeeze
bunts and then Ellis Rodriguez
singled in his second run for the
decisive tally as the Royals beat
Washington 6-3 last night.
Trailing 2-0, the Royals scored
three runs in the second inning.
to go ahead to stay. Rodriguez
singled in the first run and two
more came in on bunts by Jackie.
Hernandez and winner Wally
Bunker, 7-9.
Rodriguez then singled in a run
in the third for a 4-2 lead. Ed
Kirkpatrick added his sixth homer
in the fifth, off Jim Hannan, who
relieved Joe Coleman, 9-9, for a
5-3 spread, and Jerry, Adair sin-
gled in an insurance run in the

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769-1048. 29C68
WANTED - Grad couple or 2 grad
females to share 3-bdrm. off-campus
house and lands with 3rd year med
student. Prefer quiet, well-traveled,
down to earth Zen Buddist types.
$65/mo. Call Bob eves., 971-7782. 30C77
3RD GRAD GIRL want'ed for 2 bdrm.
apt. Aug. 23 occupancy. 1 block from
campus. Call 769-3094, 31067
NEED 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES for
Fall-Winter. 2 bdrm, 2 baths, air
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bldg. Call after 5 p.m. 769-2250. Ctc
DO YOU HAVE an apt. for the year?
Still need a roommate? Male student
can help. Call Paul, 662-8498 after 6
p.m. 21 C67
2 GRAD GIRLS need 3rd to share 3
bdrm bath apt. Cali 971-7613. 20 C64
U PLAZA. 608 Monroe. Deluxe 4-man
units 1 block from campus. $62.50/
man,
ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800
24 Ctc
ONE-BEDROOM recently remodeled
furnished apartment. wall-to-wall
carpeting, parking, between St. Jo-
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$180 includes heat and water, 662-
7787. 26 Ctc
EFFICIENCY APTS for rent. Men only.
$125-$150. 804 Monroe. 2 doors from
Dominicks. 23 C67

FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE for 5 girls. 4
bdrms. Call 761-1952 from 5-7 p.m.
32069
LOOKING for one male to live with in
four-man apt.? Contact Ross Richard-
son at 425-0717 in Livonia, Mich. 32070
MALE ROOMMATE avail. Wants to
share 2-3 man, 2 b'drm. apt. near
Law school. Cali 1-LO 3-7877 evenings.
34C66
RENTING Summer and Fall-1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments. 663-
6448. 36Ctc
Campus and
Hospital Location
721 E. Kingsley 4-man apts.
Furnished, air conditioning, bal-
conies, sound conditioned. Recrea-
tion room, private storage bins,
off street parking and many other
goodies. Call for appointment 663-
9373 evenings and weekends 665-
0063 or 769-4324. 27 C70
WANTED-1 male roommate for 5 man
apartment near campus. Own bed-
room. Grad preferred. Call 761-4089,
ask for Pete or Larry. 19Ctc
2 BDRM. APT.-Fall rentals. Modern,
furnished, air cond. From $230. 663-
6448. 99Ctc
GRAD GIRL seeking roommates w/ or
w/out apt. for fall, Call 761-7793, 10-
12 a.m. - 33065
ROOMMATE-2 bdrm., 2 man. Fantas-
tic, unique, cheap. 769-3342 diligently.
13C65

FOR RENT
DO YOU HAVE an apt. for the year,
still need a roommate? Call Lisa, 1-
682-3839 after 5 p.m. 35068
21 YR. OLD EE needs roommate at 1115-
White. $82.50. Own room. 764-50131
after 7. 17C68
NEED 2ND GRAD male to complete
modern, furn., 2 bdrm. apt. near
Hospital. Cali 769-2426 eves. 11C65
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man apt.. 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 280tc
FALL ROOMS for men students only,
Nicely furnished and carpeted w/ and
w/out cooking. $50-75/mo. 1346 GeddesI
near Observatory. Information at 761-
2943 after 4 p.m. 76Ctc
SUMMIT HOUSE
1, 2. 3 bdrm apts., newly furnished, 1
moderately priced. Include balcon-
ies, air cond., parking. Call 761-5471
or 761-8055. 22 Ctc
SUMMER RENTALS
ALBERT TERRACE-1700 Geddes
Single or bilevel 2 bdrm.3apts. Luxuri-
ously furnished-$40-$53/man.
Air cond.
11a 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
BI-LEVELS FOR FALL
Large 4 man, 2 bdrms. Separate study
or formal dining room. 761-6916. 52Ctc
Campus-Fall-Hospital r

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

NEED A ROOMMATE for fall? I des- LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER for prof. with
perately need a place to live, loca- 2 grade school children in beauti-
tion no problem. Call Bill, 761-2631. ful house. Flexible hours, pleasant
45F67 family. Call 761-5919 or 764-4457, 38H70
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
there is more to a diamond than ORTHOGONALITY is dedicated to ex-
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209 cellence of design and quality. If you
S. University. 663-7151. 7 are young, attractive, outgoing and
- -- Interested in design, you may qualify
INTELLIGENT, sensitive, nice-looking, for a part time sales position at our
intense, understanding, interesting, store.
unusual male ex-grad who loves Bach, Call 662-2600
has a strong instinct to help people, ;9x70
believes in truthfulness, and isn't ---_---- ..._
hung up on identity and independ- TYPIST WANTED. Approx. 250 pages.
ence seeks att'active somewhat sim-, No rush. Call David, 662-1058 week-
ilar girl. 769-1605. 46F67 days after 11 p.m. 40H66

FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER seeks
ANY kind of photo work. Call Rich-
ard Lee, 764-6675, 764-0553, 764-0561.
Ftc
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
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Cali John
Evans at 769-0868"for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
CLONARA Nursery School. and Kinder-
garten. A summerhill-type experience
for 3 ,4, 5 yr., olds. 1265 and 1289
Jewett, Ann Arbor, Mich. Call 65-
7415. J7F64
MODELS WANTED for Fall-$8 an hour
after tests. Commercial Photography.
The Medium's Mouth
665-7286
Ftc
Xerox copies
Chem -Fosct

'WAN'TED -- Undergrad male to assist
prof. in wheelchair in return for
room and board. Call 761-9034 after
5 p.m. 41H67
MALES WANTED for psych. experi-
ment. Approx. 1 hr. $1.50. 764-8360,
9-4 p.m. 42H65
PART TIME ANIMAL Caretaker for
weekdays and weekends for rest of
summer and fall. Call 764-0438 be-
tween 9 and 5. 351170
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 com~puter
company, please call or write Stuart
J. Baggaley, Personnel Mgr., Informa-
tion 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. 14Htc
MALE HELP Wanted for week of Aug.
19-31. Apt, cleaning. Phone Mr. Fralick
at 761-8312 betw. 8-5. 15Htc
BUSINESS SERVICES

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GRAD STUDENT male needed for 4
man 2 bdrm. apt. on Cambridge near
S. Forest. 761-9364. 22 Ctc
FOR FALL: attractive furn apt.-suit-
able for 3 man. NO 2-0480 after 5 p.m.
28 067
FOU R-MAN
APARTMENT

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n

HOSPITALS, ' block
bdrm. modern furi.,
$230. 663-6448.

from either, 2
air cond., from
100Ctc

FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block from 521 WALNUT
either. 2 bdrm. apts. starting at Extra large beautifully furnished 2
$230. 663-6448. 37Ctc bdrm.-4 or 5 man. Mod., air cond.,
- - - - -- dishwasher, soudproofed. Information
MODERN ONE. BDRM., air conditioned at 761-2943 after 4 p.m. 79Ctc!
apt. for fall. Two minutes from cen-
tral campus. Call 663-0220 for further
information. 3Ctc

daily
sportsI
NIGHT EDITOR:I
JIM FORRESTER
seventh after Mike Fiore doubled.
Bunker needed help in the sev-
enth from Moe Drakowsky for the
victory.
Washington took a 2-0 lead in
the first on Lee Maye's fifth
homer and 1,000th major league
hit and a run-scoring single by
Bernie Allen. Allen doubled in the
fourth and scored on Ed Stroud's
single.1
Athletics edged
BALTIMORE - Paul Blair4
singled home the winning run in
the ninth inning, giving the Balti-
more Orioles a 4-3 victory over
Oakland last night as the A's
wasted Reggie Jackson's tying
42nd homer in the top of the in-
ning.
With one out, pinch-hitter Curt
Motton walked and Don Buford
beat out a bunt. Rollie Fingers re-
lieved Paul Lindblad, 7-3, and'
Blair promptly singled, giving the
Orioles their seventh victory in
eight games.
Jackson's two-run blast with
none out in the ninth inning tied
the game 3-3. It carried over the
right centerfield fence and came
off winner Pete Richert, 6-3, who
relived starter Tom Phoebus after
Jose Tartabull walked. It was
Jackson's first homer in his last
56 plate appearances and 39 at
bats in 12 games.
The Orioles had taken a 2-1
lead in the sixth when Merv Ret-
tenmund rapped a tie-breaking
double and scored on a single by
Clay Dalrymple.
Major League
Standings

$200 per month includes:
* campus location
* modern furnishings
* wall-to-wall carpeting
*parking and disposals
*storage lockers
* heat and water
Air-conditioning and dishwasher
optional
Campus Management, Inc.
335 E. Huron St.
Ann'Arbor 662-7787
9 to-9-or 761-1498 (6-9 p.m.)
250 tc
2 BDRM. MOD. furn., air cond. Fall
rentals from $230. 663-6448. 64Ctc
FEMALE roommates desperately needed
-campus-hospitals. 663-9077 after 11
a.m. 95 C60
4-Man
$50 per person and up
761-8055

I t s. u v 1 %,,1

736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man
Large, modern, furnished, free parking.
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry.I
storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest5
on security deposit. TV and dish-
washer rental available.
Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982 I
39Ctc I

84Ctc

COUPLES

WANTED-3 men to go in on huge apt.
with Bob. Call Betsy, 662-6597. 36067
TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
018
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
TRADEW I N D APTS.
Located near the stadium and
events bldg.

FALL
S1969
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
Cali 761-7600
or 769-0227
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
C31
FOR SALE
MUST PART with WARDROBE - Col-
lection of casual'campus clothes, size
13-14, all hardly ever worn, must go.
All last year's styles. 905 Oakland,
No. 3. 663-7974. 43B67
FENDER ELEC. GUITAR, $100; Yamaha
YL-1 motorcycle, $150; sofa bed and
chair set, $55; dbl. bed, $40; sgl. bed,
$25. Must sell, getting married. 971-
3416. 44B66
MAYTAG Automatic Washer. Must sell.
$50. 665-8034. 42 B70
FOR SALE: Back issues of Playboy.
Years 1964-1968. Complete and in
mint condition. Call 761-4769 after
5:00 p.m. 41 B64

1217 S. University
BLOOD DONC
URGENTLY NEE
$7.50 Rh positive, $10 an
negative. Mon., Tues., eT
9-4; Wed., I-7. 18-21 year
parent's permission.
Michigan Community Bloo
404 W. Michigan, Ypsil
' 483-1894
THE ANN ARB
BLUES FESTIV/
NEEDS YOUR HE
iF
IF YOU HAVE TAPES OF
THE PERFORMANCES, E
LY OTIS RUSH, FREDDf
B.B. KING, MAGIC SAM,
WALKER, LUTHER ALLIS,
IOR WELLS ETC.
PLEASE CONTACT JO]
763-3268 during the da
769-0594 at night
IT is of extreme import&
we secure as much of th
on tape as possible.
WANTED TO RE
WANTED TO RENT-1 bed
or large room for fall. P
term or no lease. Call 769-
2460.
WANTED TO Bt

TYPING of Manuscripts, Theses, Papers.
769-0560 etc Expertly done at home on IBM
5 Ftc Selectric Typewriter. 761-3139. 10J55
EXPERIENCED tSECRETARY desires
RI work in her home. Thesis, technical
E DED typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
EDED 5Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
nd $12 RhJ'
ru Fri:, XEROX COPIES
rs old dneedfXER X C PE
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THE-
.'d Center SES Perfect copies now only 7a on
ilanti overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited erasures and yet be as-
sured of copies that even loop better
than the original from the news Xerox
OR 2400. ve supply 20 weight copy paper
AL ree. Documents stored in office safe
Ifor coinplete safety on request. In-
E LP mediate service during business hours
9c per page. Discount Photocopy Ser-
ANY OF vice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
:SPECIAL- 8JTC
Y KING,
ON UNE SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLETS
HN AT Cfthe in and check our listings at:
ay or 737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8063 U25
ante that LOST AND FOUND
e festival ,
LOST KITTEN. U parking lot-hospital.
43F64 White front and face, grey tiger head,
back and tail. M marking on fore-
ENT head. Reward. 429-5500. 28 A67
droom apt. LOST, stolen, or strayed-Dark brown
'refer short Burmese cat with yellow eyes. Last
4713 or 769- seen wearing white flee collar 5 p.m.
Ltc Thurs. outside Ralph's Market. Please
------ help us find our cat. Reward. Call Ed
UY or Kate at 761-7130 or 764-4272. 27A64

4

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 Oto
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished f
3-5 man. Featuring:
" dishwasher
" 11 baths
" balcony

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e'
"
eS

3-4 man apts.
Huge bi-levels.
Balconies
Central air-cond.
Covered parking
Luxuriously furnished
Free bus service to campus

WANTED TO BUY-Maple wood kitch- LOST-KITTEN: Black and white, 11
enette set with 4 or 6 chairs. Table weeks old-ivicinity of E. Univ. and
must be round with table leaf and Oakland. Call 665-7456. Ate
set should be in good condition.-971----
3450. K TRANSPORTATION

4,

" sound conditioningC
S storage and laundry facilities C o1 969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG
* off street parking 665-8330 or 7618055 Slightly used in modern cabinet. Does
See resident manager in Apt. A-7 1- _21 Ct everything without attachments. 5 yr.
5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761- - parts and labor guarantee. Pay $5.93
1717" f HOSPITAL down and 9 payments of $5.93/mo.
1717, HOSPITAL with no interest.

CHARTER RE1JA.LT'Y
665-8825

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1967 HONDA 90. Stepthrough, low mile-
age, good cond. $175. Call 761-4365.
38Z70
'67 HONDA 450. Ex. cond. Only 3500
miles. 663-6272. 39Z70
1955 BSA 500. Slightly bruised. Still
runs good. 662-8341. 36Z67
MUST SELL 1966 Yamaha 250 cc
Scrambler. Collision damage, but an
excellent buy. Best offer over $140.
769-1874. 37Z69
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 S. First, AA

290tc

AREA $59.30 INCLUDING TAX
2 Bedroom Furnished Apts.a
Some bi-levels include dishwashers, air call Capt re d M 9am.-9
conditioning, parking. 8 or 12 month p.m. for free home demonstration.
lease. 761-8055. 54tc No obligations. If toll, call Collect.
1-729-4611

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

711 ARCH

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Detroit 65 49 .570
Boston 61 54 .530
Washington 60 58 .508
New York 58 57 .504
Cleteland 49 69 .415

GB
14
19
21/
22
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Western Division
Minnesota 68 47 .591 --
Oakland 66 47 .584 1
Seattle 47 66 .416 20
Kansas City 46 68 .404 21
California 44 67 .396 22
Chicago ' 44 71 .383 24
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 10, Boston 5
Detroit 7, California 1
Kansas City 6, Washington 3
Baltimore 4, Oakland 3
New York 10, Minnesota 3
Cleveland 6, Seattle 5
Today's Games
Minnesota at New York
Seattle at Cleveland, night
Boston vs. Chicago at Milwaukee,
night
California at Detroit, night
Kansas City at Washington, night
Oakland at Baltimore, night
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pot GB
xChicago 71 43 .623 -
xSt. Louis 64 51 .557 71
New York 62 50 .554 8
Pittsburgh 58 55 .513 12
Philadelphia 44 68 .393 26
Montreal 37 79 .319 35
Western Division
Cincinnati 62 47 .569 -

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Fall
Apartments
1, 21 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.
Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
ditioning, balcony, garbage disposal,
dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
ties. Come to our rental office at 737
Packard.
7614055
# 6Ctc
FALL
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air
conditioning and dishwasher. Some
are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825

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
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 769-2800
88 Ctc
THE PARK LANE
Luxurious, 1 bdrm apts.F
for 3-4 people $50/person
9 bi-level
0 air conditioning1
j *0dishwashers
* parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055

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
USED CARS
1963 OLDS F-85. Air cond., power steer-
ing. $300. Call Ruth Williamson, 769-1
5515. 35N69
1963 FORD Galaxy 500, V8, good trans-
portation. $300, Call 434-2891 after
9 p.m. 761-9407. 36N68

1969 DUCATI 250.~Must sell $450. Phone
665-3886. 35 Z69
1966 X6 HUSSLER-SUZUKI. 482-4026.
34 Z66
"THE RIGHT CHOICE"
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
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
DOWNTOWN HONDA
310 E. Washington
665-8637
13Zte
SUZUKI 100 cc still under warranty.
Call Fred, 769-1393.,. 9 Ztc
PETSAND SUPPLIES
ADORABLE KITTENS, free to happy
homes. Call 1-697-9202 collect. 12T66
FREE 8 wk. old Gr. Shep.-min. Collie
puppy. Very soft and cuddily. Call
665-6949 only if you're a warm human
being. 13T67
FREE KITTENS-3 black and 1 gray.
Call 439-2610 for freedelivery. 14T66
WANTED: home with understanding
person for pregnant neurotic cat.
Call 769-2404. 9 T67

Triumph
BMW

Yamaha
Tawasaki
ZTC

1 WAY TICKET TO LONDON. $150.
Leaving Aug. 25. Call 663-1445. 40 056
S.F. NEED 3 RIDERS. Leaving Wed.
afternoon. Call Mike, 761-9830. 41 G64
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
SONY TC-200 Tape Recorder. $125. Call
665-6844. 10 X66
TANDBERG model 74 stereo tape re-
corder and accessories. $225 or best
offer. Call 665-7539 late at night.
9 X67
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs. Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001.
10-7 p.m. X
BARGAIN CORNER
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
LEVI'S STA PREST:
"White" Levis . . .$6.98
(5 Colors)
Nuvo Hopsack . . .$8.00
"Stitches"... ..$698

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FORD GALAXY 500, 1963. New tires
and battery, 2 extra snow tires. $300.
Call 761-3516 evenings. 37N68
1961 FORD FALCON. Radio, runs well,
20 mpg. Call 761-5857. $50. 38N65
1962 TRIUMPH TR-4. New top. Must
sell. Call 665-0072 after 6. 39N70
VOLVO, 1963, 112S. Good condition.
$400. Call 434-1774. 40N67
1968 MUSTANG CONY. 390, 17,000 mi.,
power, automatic, AM-FM stereo ra-
dio. Call Marc 665-5671 or 763-3241.
29 N61

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