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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 22, 1969

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For Direct Classified Ad 'service, Phone 764-O 5i7
Monday through Friday, 10:00-1:00
For iret ClssiiedAd Srvie, hone764055

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FOR RENT
WANTED-1 Female for 4-man. Fall
winter term, Angle, 665-6976. 47014
ONE GIRL NEEDED to complete 4 man
for fall. 761-8784. 016
WANTED-Female to share semi-fur-
nished 2 bdrm. apt, Island Drive Apts.
Close to campus and hospitals. 663-
9181 after 5 p.m. 42C14
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL - Reduced. Very
attractive paneled, carpeted, furnish-
ed rooms for men or women. Howse
refrigerator and phone. Leases thru
June, August, or longer. $8-$11 week.
Call 663-5666, 662-7992. or 971-6270. 04
410 OBSERVATORY
Fall Occupancy

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FOR RENT

ATTENT ION z
FACULTY & STAFF
presenting
CLIFFS ON THE POINT
Lakeshore Apartments
12 minutes from campus
See these Award-Winning Apartments
which are truly a carefree year around
vacation home located on a 5 mile
long lake.
Featuring:
0 Fireplaces
9 Large balconies with storage
* Fully carpeted and draped1
*Central heat and cooling
O Reserved Carport
* Swimming Pool
j 2 and 3 Bedroom units,
up to 1650 sq. ft.
* Boat Docking
* Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
483-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti
C30
FALL RENTALS
721 S. Forest
101 N. Ingalls
905 Oakland
Modern 2 bedroom apartments-rent in-
cludes heat, water, and parking.
Of.Q sit~ t. '.47, .an fat r

FOR RENT ROOM AND BOARD
FALL-FOUR-MAN, 12 months, $260; 8 ROOM & BOARD in private home.
mos., $330. Close to campus. After 5, Your "home away from home." 1
662-6156. 31014 single, 1 to share suite, Graduates
--- - _ " (males) preferred. Call Mrs. Mills, 668-
' 9085. 1E16
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Apartments
1, 2, 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.
761-8055
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BUSINESS SERVICES
FLOWER CHILD babysitting service_
Mon.-Fri., 8-5. Call 663-4555 after 6
p.m. 3J12
STENCILS, THESIS, and term papers
typed in my home. 769-5441. J1
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 48Jtc
PERSONAL
FOR SALE - Diamond Engagement
Ring. EDUCATION at its best. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
F
I WILL BUY your ticket to Europe. Call
Fred, 662-2282. 21F12

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Modern four-man
Furnished
Air-conditioned
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Covered parking
$240 per mo. includes heat
and water

Albert Terrace
1700 Geddles
Now renting for Fall
Extra large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:

Campus Management, Inc.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
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FALL RENTALS
1111 5. STATE
401 E. MADISON
1035 WALL STREET
near Medical Center'
2, 3, & 4 MAN
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con-
ditioned, privately owned-References
._Ask our tenants.
One & Two Bedrooms Available
Call 1-864-3852'
or 1-353-7389

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dishwasher
1 baths
balcony
sound conditioning
storage and laundry facilities
off street parking ,

tYes !!
IFC Sing
Records
Are HERE
Song chairmen call 761-7306
for information.

vzice at ;s aynar '
Call days 663-6052 or 769-1258
49Ctc
COMPLETE HOUSE, 5 min. walk from
campus. 3.bdrms., spacious attic. Will
negotiate. 663-6528. 38014
GROUND FLOOR duplex for rent. $165,
2 bdrms,, avail. Sept. 8. 668-8507.
46014
DON'T BE

Stop by and see resident manager in
Apt. A-7 1-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or
phone 761-1717, Charter Realty.
29Ctc
5MAN
Available Fall

18F12'
PERSONABLE male grad, age 23, would
like to meet warm, intelligent, at-
tractive girl with a sense of humor.
Send particulars to Box 1,000, co The
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. 20F16
IF you have a PIANO it probably needs
tuning. Expert tuner and technician
for Grinnels-U-M student. Discount
with this ad. Call Kim, 769-5651. 19F16

OF THE FIFTH
Jim Forrester
And the Maroon
pound the turf again
CHICAGO-The board of trustees agreed to a return of
varsity football at the University of Chicago after a lapse of
30 years,
Now this might not strike too many people as interesting
and they are probably right. The Maroon are not exactly storm-
ing back onto the grid scene. Next fall's eleven will be nothing
more than a glorified club playing a tiny time schedule of five
small college junior varsity teams and one varsity contingent
from Lake Forest.
The club has been in existence and playing its pick-up
schedule since 1956 with plenty of that "old college try" and
"23 skidoo" spirit. But this spring the members finally tired of
getting knocked around and no one caring so they organized
a petition drive and got 1300 signatures as reinforcement for
their plea to the trustees to become a varsity sport.
The board responded but few on the Windy City campus
will likely care about the team this fall any more than they did
'last. The student newspaper, the Maroon, didn't know a thing
about the decision until I called asking for details.
This is all a bit (but.<not much) of a shame. Chicago has one
of the greatest stock piles of grid lore of any school in the nation,
the three decades of suspended play notwithstanding.
Coaching great Amos Alonzo Stagg produced some of the
game's finest teams in the first decades of the century at Chi-
cago. Over-all, from 1892-1932, Stagg's squads compiled a 229
won, 108 loss and 27 tied record, most of the losses coming in
his final decade of service at Chicago when the school was de-
emphasizing sports.
Stagg was a great football theorist and innovator, intro-
ducing many of the sport's basic plays and techniques. Chicago
teams showed the world its first T-formation, fake hand-off,
flanker, cross-blocking and double-delayed pass.
Such grid greats as Walter Eckersall, Tiny Maxwell, Nels
Norgren and Michigan's own former football coach and retired
athletic director Fritz Crisler received their initial tutlage in the
game from Stagg at Chicago.
Small time football, though, does not make for too many
ledgends and placing the present club next to the teams of old is
an absurd anomaly. Thus the ghosts of Stagg and Eckersall and
the live electricity of alumnus Crisler may well force the Maroon
into the big time before certain future embarrassment on the
gridiron becomes pain in the present, and turn the Big Ten into
the Big Eleven.
Now this will be a difficult trick to turn considering how
schools climb over each other to obtain the best of the talent,
coming from the high schools. Obviously Chicago will need spme
help.
One good idea would be to hire Fritz Crisler as head coach.
His exploits in bringing Minnesota, Princeton and Michigan
back from varying states of grid oblivion are ledgendary. A true
test of his abilities, indeed, wouldsbe to return to the City with
the Big Shoulders. But it is doubtful that Crisler will come out
of retirement. Besides, the job hasn't beens of'ered and likely
never will.
But the forces of fate are working in other ways to' draw
Chicago back into the big time and the Intercollegiate Con-
ference. Almost every school in the conference is feeling costs
squeeze diminishing profits. As an out every member is looking
to the big money-maker, football, to pull them out of the hole._
By having a rcontending team in the Chicago area, including the
prospect of a natural rivalry with Northwestern, Chicago could
become the saviour of the Big Ten.
Thus the conference must expand,
The only practical way to do this, of course, is to hold an
expansion draft. Each school would protect, say, 40 players,
with the rest of the squad being up for grabs. The Maroon
would be limited to five players from ech school.
All this in the true nature of present day collegiate athletics.
If Amos Alonzo Stagg were alive today he would probably

run in the gruelling Belmont
Stakes June 7, the last jewel of
the Triple Crown for 3-year-olds.
The Belmont, at a testing 1/2
miles, is the final leg in the Triple
Crown and no colt has been able
to sweep the Derby, Preakness and
Belmont in the 21 years since
Citation did it in 1948.
Previously, both Frank McMa-
hon and Johnny Longden said the
colt would skip the Belmont and
would be shipped back to Califor-
nia. Then the planned flight of
Majestic Prince to California was
canceled.
"We were going, to ship him to
California because he had lost
some weight," said McMahon.
"There's nothing wrong with
him in any other way. He did look
like he had gone down hill some
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTER

Majestic Prince

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may run in Belmont
NEW YORK {P - The turf but he usually cones back fast."
world was stirred by reports yes- The Prince, left Pimlico early
terday that Majestic Prince, the yesterday heade d for New York.
winner of the Kentucky Derby The strapping red colt arrived late
and the Preakness, will try for in the afternoon at Belmont Park
racing's TripleCrown after all. and was led to his stall amid a
If all goes well, the unbeaten, throng of reporters and photog-
$3 million-valued blueblood will raphers.

Van 13red a
Iloff signs
DETROIT A'-Bill van Breda
Kolff signed a two-year contract
as coach of the Detroit Pistons
of the National Basketball Asso-
ciation yesterday, just two days
after he had resigned as coach of
the Los Angeles Lakers.
He succeeds Paul Seymour, who
took over from Donnis Butcher 60
days before the end of the 1968-
69 season where the Pistons, per-
renial also rans, finished sixth in
the Eastern Division.
Van Breda Kolff conceded the
Pistons have problems, saying they
are "a good scoring team, but
we've got to work on the other
end-defense." He also said they
could use "a big, good forward."
Known' as "Butch" in the trade,
the 46-year-old van Breda Kolff
was given a two-year contract at
an estimated $35,000 annually and
became the eighth in a parade of
Piston coaches over the last 12
years.

As,

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FALL RENTALS

2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished Apts.

121
511,

E. Hoover
E. Hoover

665-8330
665-9627

711 Arch 663-5284
914 . State 769-4759
915 S. Division 761-5471
Many of these units include air cond.,
balconies, dishwashers, laundry fa-
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve your apt. for fall
27Ctc

BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $147.50.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditioning. Fully
carpeted and draped. 'Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity. Immediate
occupancy. Phone 761-3998 or 665-
0057. Offices 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. ' C11
CAMPUS-I BLOCK
41.8 E. Washington
Modern-Furnished-Large 1 Bedroom
apts. for 2 and-3 students.
Fall Rentals NO 8-6906
15tc
TV RENTALSN
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
C18
ROOMMATE WANTED-Girl to share
apt. 320 S. Division. Call 663-0398.
22021
DUPLEX-Suplet or rent, 1g. living
room, 1g. bedroom, utility room and
garage. $150/mo. Call Mr. Paup, 663-
4231 or Mary Kirk, 761-7626. 45014
LARGE 2 BIRM., furnished apt. Close
to campus, immediate occupancy to
Aug. Reasonable. Call 662-8701 or 668-
6906. 35014
MALE GRAD SEEKS second to share"
apt. for next year. Own room. Call
769-4410. 36014
SINGLE ROOMS-$8-$10/week. Univer-
sity of Michigan, students only. Now
thru Aug. 26. Elizabeth St. NO 2-1271.
1703
COMFORTABLE ROOM in house near
campus, available May 18 for summer
and/or fall. Call 769-2406, evenings
after 5. 33C13
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"..........$6.98

LEFT OUT !
Get in one of the
few remaining,
1-2-3 Bedroom units
available at,...
Arbor
Manor
townhouses
For as little as
$103.00
per month
Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor area
Phone 484-'1210

761 -7600
FALL
1969

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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"
CallI761-7600
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
031
SUMMER SUBLET'
ONE GIRL NEEDED to sublet for July
and Aug. Option for fall. Inexpensive,
modern 4 man. Call 761-8784. U16
NEED GIRL,to sublet July-Aug. in 4
man. $40/mo. 761-5217. 22U13
SUMMER SUBLET
Cl Furnished and unfurnished, air condi-
- tioned, 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
JUNE-AUG. SUBLET-1 or 2 girls for
' modern air conditioned bi-level. Call
761-5531 after 6 p.m. 27U14

WHY NOT HAVE a sandwich delivered.
35c delivery charge. Orders $3.50 and
over free delivery. Whistle Stop, 662-
'2270. 15F17
BUT WE don't own light green ban-
danas, and one of us was out of town!
FC
Creative Photography Y
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0868 or 761-3690 after 6
p.m. for appointment to see portfolio.
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EXPERT TYPING of all kinds of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMchigan Daily, 764-0562 or at home,
769-3566. F17
EARLY BIRD Special. 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Eggs, bacon, toast and coffee, 69c.
Whistle Stop, 611 5.Forest. 16F17
FIELD TRIP to USSR (three weeks,
two hours undergraduate chedit op-
tional) is being offered by the Uni-
versity's Dearborn Campus, July 4-25.
The group, limited to fifteen per-
sons, will visit places of interest in
Russia, the Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia,
the Caucasus, and on the Black Sea.
They will also meet with representa-
tives of government and student so-
cieties. For further information con-
tact: Prof. Dennis Papazian, U-M
Dearborn Campus, 4901 Evergreen Rd.,
Dearborn, Mich. 48128. Call 271-2300,
ext. 243. 10F17
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Elecertical-acoustical instruments, re-
pairs, lessons. 209 S. State, 665-8001,
10 a.m.-7 p.m. X
TWO SPEAKERS, large, in 6 cubic foot
enclosures. $20-25, each. RCA console
TV, not working, $5. Speaker alone
worth that. Many records, jazzand
folk: $.50-1.00. 916 Church. NO 3-4086
after,6 p.m. X13
A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO far sale. We
bought this precision instrument but
never moved it from the lady's base-
ment. Take over payments-$25 total.
Call 761-0273, 761-9092, or 764-0552.
Ask for Andy. X14
UNUSED SONY 250 Tape Deck. B ught
for language course I didn't take.
Plus 18 blank tapes. $100. Ph. 769-
3386. 4X13

Major League Standings
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DRIVING TO ALASKA
Riders Wanted
Leave June 12, return July 15
Call Bob, 769-3480, 609 Hill St,
17F12

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet.
Baltimore 28 13 .683
Boston 23 13 .639
Detroit i8 16 .529
Washington 20 21 .488
New York 19 21 .475
Cleveland 8 24 .250
West Division
Oakland 21 14 .600
Minnesota 20 14 .588
Chicago 15 16 .484
Kansas City 17 20 .459
Seattle 16 20 .444
California 11 24 .314

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Philadelphia
Montreal

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West Division
Atlanta 24 11 .686
Los Angeles 22 14 .611
San Francisco 21 16 .568
Cincinnati 17 19 .472
Houston 17 24 .415
San Diego 16 ' 25 .390
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1
Houston 3, Montreal 2
New York 5, Atlanta 0
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 5
Pittsburgh 11, San Diego 1
San Francisco 4, St. Louis 3

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7%
10
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.324 11%

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Yesterday's Results
Detroit at Chicago, postponed
Boston 8, California 3, 2nd
Kansas City 4, Cleveland 0
New York 6, Oakland 5, 11 innings
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3
Seattle 6, Washington 2
Today's Games
Detroit vs. Chicago at Milwaukee.
night
Kansas City at Cleveland, night
Minnesota at Baltimore, night
Seattle at Washington, night
California at Boston
Only games scheduled

Today's Games
St. Louis at San Francisco
New York at Atlanta, night
Montreal at Houston, night
Pittsburgh at San Diego, night
Chicago at Los Angeles, night
Only games scheduled
MEN:
try a new hairstyle
desig9ned to your!
personality..
OPEN 3 NIGHTS
Mon.-Thurs.-Fri. 10 to 9
Tues.-Wed.-Sat. 9 to 6
DASCOLA BARBERS
at Maple Village-Campus

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet.
Chicago 25 14 .641,
Pittsburgh 19 18 .514
New York 18 18 .500
St. Louis 17 20 .459

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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, balconies. Interest
on security deposit, TV and dish-
washer rental available.
Ambassador Company

736 Packard

761-7982

FREE AIR COND. in spacious 4 girl apt.
Need 1 or 2 for July-Aug. Call Kay,
769-0118. 26U17
ROOM FOR GIRL in large house $40,
now. 663-3675. 24U13
SMASHING four-man apt, needs 1 man.
Call John, 662-5740. 25U15
AIR2COND. APT. July-Aug. Call 663-
8120. 13U8
EFFICIENCY SUBLET in the Maynard
House, 400 Maynard. Available now-
Aug. 20. Rent negotiable. 764-2395 or
761-6615. 23U12
CRYSTAL OPTICS Research Inc.-Hir-
ing one experienced electro-mechani-
cal technician and one experienced
optical technician. Call 663-2481. 9H14
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8063
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Friday May )3630 PD-m-

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

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INTERNATIONAL PHENOMENON"
a panel of international students
representing Europe, the USA, Latin America
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
921 Church St.

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1335 South University,
665-8825

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MALE GRAD WANTED to share 1
bdrm. apt. for fall and/or now. Call
769-5238., 44C14
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
man apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. 28Ctc
Immediate Occupancy
One Bedroom
$145/mo. $50 damage deposit, carpet-
ing, drapes, appliances, carport, all
utilities except electricity. Married or
grad, only. 971-8488. 37Ttc

THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate
for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. SUte
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TIGER KITTEN. Free to good home.
Will deliver. 663-7297 after 5 p.m. 4T12
WOW!
A three-piece Treasure Chest
chickens~ dinner, plus french fries,
for only 79! Larger take-home
orders also. Try a box soon!! 1
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@MIL1NG ®PEEDY EVICE
West of ArborlandI

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NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments

Daily Class ifieds
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MEDITATION
is an Art-one that YOU can
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have the proper atmosphere,
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you in the Art of Meditation.
Gain the inestirmable benefits
Peace, Tranquility, Inner§
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(an be yours so easily.
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Meditation Robe (made espe-
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indicate S, M, L ... $25.00
"Meditation," a 33 3/ rpm §
LP Phono disc (instructions
§ by Dr. Rampa himself) 4.95
Meditating Figure......5.00
Rampa Meditation Incense
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Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
University Plaza, 608 Monroe
Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
Athena, 508 S. Division

Please make reservations: 662-552

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Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division

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106 S. Main

769-2800
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Wide - stride - it through summer in western
pocketed flairs by Levi Straus that take it wall-
pqpered-tapered from the hips to the knees,
then flair to full 20" bell bottoms. Cool and
carefree no-iron hopsack in ;navy or white,
sizes 30 to 38 in assorted inseams, at $9.
IN OUR MEN'S SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT

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