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PERSONAL
BIC PENS for 13c?
Room 1528 S.A.B.
28F20
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-no
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. FA
CIGARETTES for 30c a pack?
Room 1528 S.A.B.
29F20
HELP!° My bike was stolen. Will pay
$20 for any male 26-incher that
moves. Call Diamond Bob, 769-1296.
P17
'62 VW in excellent condition. $475. Call
663-3985. 26F16
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-
there is more to a diamond than,
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. F
FIELD TRIP to 'USSR (three weeks,
two hours undergraduate credit op-
tional) is being offered by the Uni-
versity's Dearborn Campus, July 4-25.
The group, limited to fifteen per-
sons,k 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,
;xt. 243. 10F17
fBruce,
Ever so happy to get your letters dear-
I'll write this week. Perhaps we'll get
our timing straight yet! Keep watch-
ing the personals for more news }.
BLS F15

FOR SALE

HARMON-KARDEN Citation II power
amp., 120 watts, Garrard lab 80
changer. Call 1-545-5562 after 6 p.m.
19B17
LONG WEDDING GOWN, train, veil,
new-April 1969. Best offer. Call 761-
0473 evenings. 18B17
OSCILLOSCOPE. Signal generators and
power supplies. $150 for lot. Call 971-
1335. 9B17
ONE DYNA-JET Engine (pulse-jet for
models). Book and mounting-clips in-
cluded, $20.00. One Zuckerman clavi-
chord kit, complete. Aged spruce
sound-board material included in
deal. Original price $100.00-will sell
for $75. Call 769-2951 after 6 p.m.
16B15
YAMAHA 305, 1966. 1600 miles. $325 or
best offer, Call 662-6295 after 5. 17B17
CHEAP WINDOW FANS, couch,- dress-
er, bookcase, ironing, extra long bed,
kitchen table and chairs. 665-0867.
13B14
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Saturday-White on white cameo
in gold ring setting. Reward. 663-
5568. 4A19
FOUND-1 pipe in vicinity of Diag. Call
761-8512. A16
LOST - Gold plated AVAION watch.
Reward. Call 761-6569. Lost along
South U. or State, on 5/21. 5A17
FOUND-Part German Shepherd male
puppy, Wed. evening near S. Quad on
Madison. No tags. Call 769-5528. All
HELP! LOST in E. Packard area -
Brownish-grey tom cat; long-haired;
wearing collar and tag; named Kosh-
ka. Please call 761-0151, 761-2746. Re-
ward. 3A16

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD for student in fall
in exchange for babysitting. Private
room and bath. Call 971-6750. 2E17
ROOM & BOARD in private home.
Your "home away from home." 1
single, 1 to share suite. Graduates
(males) preferred. Call Mrs. Mills, 668-
9085. 1E16
USED CARS
'58 FORD, reliable, eco. transportation,
radio, snow tires, seat belts. Best
offer. 764-4129 after 6 p.m. 24N17
'62 F-85 CUTLASS, V-8, automatic,
41,000 miles, radio, best offer. Call
761-6367 after 5 p.m. 25N16
'63 TRIUMPH TR-4. Good condition,
new top, good tires, body solid-no
rust, fine mechanical shape. $900 or
best offer. Tom, 761-3812. NA
'62 VW in excellent condition. $475. Call
663-3985. 23N16
'64 AUSTIN-HEALEY. 4900 miles. New
top, tonneau, must sell. 769-0688.
21N17
'57 DODGE Station Wagon, V8, auto-
matic, power steering, radio, snow
tires. 761-7831. 18N16
'64 CORVAIR MONZA. Beautiful cond.
$550 or best offer. Call Bill, 769-1147
after 5 p.m. 20N16
159 FORD Station Wagon. Clean, -reli-
able. $75. Call 663-9885. 15N12
'33 PLYMOUTH coupe, very good cond.,
Chevy powered with rumble seat.
Must sell. $600. Call 434-1320. 16N16
OPEN 24 HOURS! Whistle Stop, 611 S.
Forest. Good Food. 14F17
SUMMER SUBLET
4 MAN Furnished Apt. $45 each. July
and August. 761-5584 after 5 p.m.
29U18
APT. TO SUBLET-Furnished, 5 min.
by gar from campus, reasonable. Call
761-9754. 30U17
ROOM WITH KITCHEN. 410 E. Jeffer-
son. 769-5332. 31U17
JULY-AUG. - 2 bdrm. apt, in Arbor
Forest. Near campus. A/C. Call 761-
6978. 32U16

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TALL, FUNLOVING, grad girl seek FOUND-6 wk. old black male kitten in
male counterpart. Call 769-5645. 25F1 Law Quad. Call 662-0050. A9

EARLY BIRD Special. 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
' -Eggs, bacon, toast and coffee, 69c.
Whistle Stop, 611 S. Forest. 16F17
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
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, c/o The
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. 20F16
IF you have a PIANO it probably needs
tuning. Expert tuner and 'technician
for drinnels-U-M student. Discount
with this ad. Call Kim, 769-5651. 19F16
WHY NOT HAVE a sandwich delivered.
35c/ delivery charge. Orders $3.50 and
V 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
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMehigan Daily, 764-0562 or at home,
769-3566. P17
PHOTO SUPPLIES
FOR SALE-4x5 Graphic View camera.
Good condition, no lens. Call 769-0055.
3D17
AUTO-NIKKOR 200 mm 14 lens includ-
ing case, $165; Nikkor 21mm t4 lens
including viewfinder, $110; BRAUN
. EF 306 NiCad electronic flash, $150.
All equipment in beautiful condition.
Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-0561,
764-0553._ D16
AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras
Pentrax H3V F2.0, Case ........ $95
Pentrax H3V F1.8, Meter .... $125
Pentrax Spotomatic with Case $175
Nikon "F" F2.0, Auto, only .... $175
Canon 78 F1.8 <Leica type) .... $150
\400mm Takumar F5.6, case .... $165
Visoflex LL1 Prism latest .... $110
CENTURY CAMERA
(At our new location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd.
LI 9-6355
Take 94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile Road--thee East to
Woodward and North
(Michigan Bank, Security and biner
Charges accepted)
D17
BARGAIN. CORNER

LOST-Yellow mutt, smale male, short
ears, pink nose, chain collar, rabies
tag, very friendly. Reward. Phone 662-,
7992 or 764-8377. Al
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1969 HONDA CL-175-1,000 miles, must
sell. $550. Call 662-1200 during day.
18Z17

1966 YAMAHA 305, 2 buco helmets ic. FREE AIR COND. In spacious 4 girl apt.
$325. 665-4779. 141 Need 1 or 2 for July-Aug. Call Kay,
769-0118. 26U17

the
news to day1
by The Associated Press and College Press Service
THE U.S. COMMAND yesterday revealed it was conducting
twa new offensive drives in the northern provinces of South
Vietnam.
The Command said it has deliberately withheld news regarding
the two drives, one 18-days-old and the other 11-days-old, for security
reasons.
The twin offensive is designed to ease pressure on the key pro-
vincial capital of Tam Ky. So far, the U.S. command reports, 142
North Vietnamese have been killed.
WHITE HOUSE SOURCES stated flatly yesterday the
United States has not escalated the Vietnam War since President
Nixon took office.
Spokesmen attributed the recent increases in American,casualties
to a build-up of enemy operations.
"The number of battalion-sized American operations has not in-
creased since last November. It has been substantially constant,"
spokesmen said.
THOMAS BRADLEY, a black city councilman, and Sam
Yorty, three-time mayor of Los Angeles, both predicted victory
in tonight's election,
A Los Angeles Times poll shows Bradley leading by 53 to 36 per
cent. However, the Field Poll, released over the weekend, showed
Yorty trailing by only 43 to 38 per cent.
DEFENSE SECRETARY Melvin Laird urged Canada yester-
day to slow down plans for pulling the bulk of its forces out of
Western Europe, according to informed sources.
Laird is reportedly fearful a Canadian move would prompt other
members of the Atlantic Alliance to cut down their strength.
Laird and Canadian Defense Minister Leo Cadieux conferred
for an hour at the Brussels headquarters of NATO. After the meeting
it waseannounced only that Cadieux "outlined in general terms the
Canadian plan for an adjustment of Canadian forces in Germany."
* * *4 *
STUDENT LEADERS at four universities in Colombia have
called for a 24-hour strike to protest today's visit of Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller.
Rockefeller is beginning the second stage of his Latin fact-
finding mission.
The four student councils that called the strike govern ap-
proximately 22,000 students. A student communique declared, "The
servants of Rockefeller are murdering workers and students in Hon-
duras and Argentina." -
* * * *
ALBERT COLEMAN, chairman of the Parvin-Dohrmann
Company, criticized a Securities and Exchange Commission in-
vestigation and told his stockholders it wasn't justified yesterday.
The Parvin-Dohrmann Company has been linked to Supreme
Court Justice William 0. Douglas and Nevada gambling interests.
Rep. John R. Rarick (D-La), and Rep. James A. Haley (D-Fla),
have called for Douglas' resignation because of his links to the Parvin-
Dohrmann Company.
*4 * * -*'
A SENATE JUDICIARY SUBCOMMITTEE lined up 6 to 5
yesterday in favor of'a constitutional amendment providing for
election of presidential electors by districts.
The 11-member subcommittee rejected 8 to 3 a motion to approve
another proposal dividing each state's electoral vote in proportion
to the candidates' popular vote.I
Sen. Birch Bayh (D-Ind), the subcommittee chairman said after
all the votes were taken the subcommittee voted 9-0 to send the
district plan amendment along to the full Judiciary Committee
without recommendation.
Bayh looked on the subcommittee's action as a step forward
since the issue now is before the full Judiciary Committee. Last year
the subcommittee Was so divided that it was unable to act at all.
ARMY SGT. MICHAEL C. SANDERS lost in U.S. District
Court yesterday a move to block his impending assignment to
Vietnam.
Sanders, who has been attached to the honor guard in Arlington
National Cemetery, told reporters last week he had been ordered to
Vietnam after he was critical of the Vietnam war in a newspaper
interview.
Army officials denied that the interview had anything to do with'
Sanders' assignment. And Federal Judge Gerhard Gesell, after hear-
ing arguments, dismissed a motion for a preliminary injunction which
would have stayed the transfer of Sanders.
Philip Hirschkopf, Sanders' attorney, told reporters he plans
further moves in the case but had not yet decided whatto do.
SEPTEMBER 16-28

Court delays_,ruing
on'.death sentlence
WASHINGTON (A --The Su-"-' -w--
preme Court served notice
yesterday that the Warren
court will pass into history
without ruling in a major test
of the power of juries to con-
demn men to death.
A spare one-senltence order by
the obviously divided court took
the celebrated case of William L.
Maxwell, a Negro facing death for,
rape in Arkansas, out of the hands
of the Warren court and passed
it on to the court to be headed by
Judge Warren E. Burger, assuming '
his confirmation by the Senate.
The announcement gave no in-
dication of the Supreme Court's
reasoning. It simply said Max-
well's appeal will be heard for a
second time, Oct. 13-the first day .
or argument in the next term.
Maxwell, 28, pleaded innocent
of the forcible rape of a white'
woman in Hot Springs. Last
March, his lawyers, headed by
Anthony G. Amsterdam, a profes-
sor at the "University of Pennsyl-
vania, urged the justices to sharp-
ly limit the discretion of juries to
impose the death penalty.
,The heart of their appeal is that
legal guidelines should be estab-
lished to help ufrors decide when .
to condemn a man to death and
when to recommend mercy.
Legislatures have been slow to -Associated Press
act in this regard and the Max-
well case gave the high court an He also 11 S
opportunity to take the lead.
That next court presumably Louie Bender, a 24-year-old MSU junior, tells MSU Acting
headed by Burger will include an- President Walter Adams of his plans to arm campus police with
other new justice, still to be cap guns. Bender yesterday announced his candidacy for the
named, to sit in place of Abe For- permanent job, vacant since John Hannah left for Washington.
tas, who resigned under pressure --__-
this month and who had generally
taken a liberal position in criminal CAMPUS OUTBREAK:
law cases.
In a draft ruling, the court de-
cided 8 to 0 that the exemption
given a sole surviving son con-, DBlacks D U with
tinues after the death of his moth-
er and the dissolution of the fam-
ily.
Justice Thurgood Marshall's Seattle policemen
opinion reasoned that Congress in-
tended "to avoid extinguishing the
male line" and to limit "the sacri- SEATTLE WA-One policeman was shot, nine others were
fice that one family must make in injured and at least seven persons were arrested yesterday in
the service of the country." a disturbance that spread from a Seattle Community College
The decision means acquittal for, cam
Jack McKart, 26, of Chicago, who campus to the city's predomihantly black central area.
had been sentenced to three years Police used tear gas repeately on a crowd of youths,
in prison for refusing to submit mostly black, that grew from about 100 to more than 3.00 as
to induction. McKart's father was it moved from the Edison South Building of Seattle Com-
killed in World War II and he was munity College into the central area,
the sole surviving son. When his The disturbance, most serious of three that have broken
mother died he was reclassified
I-A. out in less than a week, started, at the college building yes-

1965 HONDA 90. Good condition. Bob,
761-3634. 15Z17
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
1968 HONDA 306 Scrambler, 2,000 miles.
Call 971-6557. 17Ztc
650 MATCHLESS-$400 or best offer.
Honda 50-$90 or best offer. Call 761-
7906 after 4. 13216
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO SUBLET-2 bdrm. furn.
apt., near campus, June 1-Aug.
$120/mo. Call 971-1686 after 6 p.m.
WANTED-2 bdrm. furn. apt. for 1 or
2 mo. starting June 15. Call 764-0186
weekdays before 5 or 761-5061 eve-
nings and weekends. 7Ltc
PHIL'A. C UPLE desires to trade apart-
ments with Univ. of Michigan couple
(preferably M.D.) from June 15' to
Aug. 31st. High rise efficiency (large)
furnished, with separate study and
bath.sConvenient to all facilities and
Univ. hospitals. Contact W. W.
Holden, 1801 John F. Kennedy Blvd.,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103. 8L15
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to Northern New
Jersey or New York City Thurs., May
29. leaving 5 p.m. Prefer round trip.
CaliliLen after 10 p.m. at 663-4542.
7015

THREE MEN NEED a fourth roommate
for summer sublet. Call 769-3874. 8Utc
ONE GIRL NEEDED to sublet for July
and Aug. Option for fall. Inexpensive,
modern 4 man. Call 761-8784. U16
SUMMER SUBLET
Furnished and unfurnished,' air condi-
tioned, 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
AIR COND. APT. July-Aug. Call 663-
8120. 13U8
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
U25
WANTED TO BUY
TWO TICKETS wanted June 27 charter
to Europe. Call 761-7061 and ask for
Midge. X17
FOR RENT
COUPLE - Furnished entire 1st floor.
609 Hill. June 1st. $150. Call NO 2-0368
or NO 3-6522. 4Ctc
SUBLET July-Aug. - Swimming pool.
Rent negotiable. Call 1-775-1177. 5018
BEDROOM, kitchen priv., near campus,
$15/wk. 769-2406 after 5 p.m. 3C17

Mack-le kidnapper
gets life, sentence

I NEED A TICKET to Europe desper MALE UNDERGRAD desires roommate
ately, Call 761-7718. for modern 2 bedroom apartment in

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALE-GE stereo, good cond., $50.
Call 761-7079. 8X19
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions. 209 S. State, 665-8001. X
MUST SELL MARTIN 12 string guitar
with hard shell case. Like new, $310.
' Call 662-7895 after 5 p.m. 7X15
HELP WANTED
CRYSTAL OPTICS Research Inc.-Hir-
ing one experienced mechanical tech-
nician and one experienced optical
technibian. Call 663-2481. Hours can
be arranged. 9H14
COEDS!
Need money? Have two hours free a
week? Earn $ without leaving your
room or apit. Call Barbara, 769-6396,
9 a.m. to noon. 36H17
WANTED - Male college freshmen and
sophomores to Work as Counselors at'
a summer special education camp.
Earn $45 per week for six weeks and
three term hours of college credit In
Education of Exceptional Children.
For more information call or write
to the Montcalm Area Intermediate
School District, P.O. Box 367, Stanton,
Michigan 48888. 34H81
TEACHERS, Librarians, .Counselors -
Fine college, secondary, elementary
positions. Varied locations. Cline
Teachers Agency, Box 607, E. Lansing,
Mich. 48823. 35H18
SOFTBALL PITCHER. Need a fast pitch
softball pitcher for Ann Arbor city B
league..College student team. Call
662-7935. 33H15

fal. 761-9752 between 10 a.m. and 5

p.m.

50015

521 WALNUT ST.
Large, 2 Bedrooms
Fall Rentals-668-6906
Ctilc
ONE GIRL NEEDND to complete 4 man
for fall. 761-8784. C16
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL -- Reduced. Very
attractive paneled, carpeted, furnish-
ed rooms for men or women. House
refrigerator and phone. Leases thru
June, August, or longer. $8-$1 7week.
Call 663-5666, 662-7992. or 971-6270. C4

DECATUR, Ga. (P) -Bearded,
enigmatic Gary Steven Krist was
convicted Monday night and given
a; life sentence for the bizarre
$500,000' kidnaping of coed Bar-
bara Jane Mackle, who was buried
alive for four days last December.
It was a victory for Krist's two
court-appointed lawyers who had
fought for his life in the seven-day
trial. Dist. Atty. Richard Bell had
asked for the death penalty.
Krist, 24, a convicted car thief
and prison escapee, had predicted
the death penalty before the case
went to the jury.
Talking with reporters while
waiting for the jury, Krist was

asked what would be the proper
punishment for a man convicted
of kidnaping for ranson.
"Bury the guy in a box for about
three months and see how he likes
it," he said.
"I'd be happy to take three
months in the box in the cold, cold
ground rather than the death sen-
tence.'..
Bell himself read the verdict of
the 12-man jury as Krist stood
between his lawyers. When asked
if he lad anything to say before
sentence was passed, Krist whis-
pered to his attorney, James R.
Venable.
"The defendant wants to thank
the jury," Venable said.

410 OBSERVATORY
Fall Occupancy

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

terday morning when demon-
strators tried to enter a class-
room building to protest re-
jection of a Black Student
Unior demand that a black
man be appointed "immedi-
ately" to the board of trustees
at the.14,000-student school.
Neil McReynolds, press secretary
I for Gov. Dan Evans, said in
Olympia that the governor was
trying to arrange a meeting at 1
p.r. today in Seattle with A. Frank
Williams, president of the BSU at
Seattle C.C., with the college trus-
tees and other interested'parties.
Youths hurled bottles and bricks
at riot - equipped police, then
marched en masse to another col-
lege building six blocks away after
officers repulsed their attempt to
enter the building.
Later, the demonstrators march-
ed into the nearby central area
where junior high and high school
students swelled their number to
more than 300.
-.---- 'OUPI0N - - --
: THOMPSON'S
PIZZA
71-0001
w ~On$1.00OF
*e
On a large one item (or more)
pizza.Onec per pizza.
Pickk Up Only
21 1 E. Ann St.--Next to
Sthe Armory
I r
Expires Aug. 1
One a ..r e one -m m re)

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

:National General Pictures~
resenls
The B-6ling Brtei

YARD WORK. Call 663-2256.

26H15I

S-T-R-E-T-C-H.

..$6.98

AVAILABLE for. SUMMER occupancy,
4 man apt., 2 blocks frombusiness
school, 3 blocks from law school.
(Ayailable immediately). Please call
769-2608. 17Utc
EXPENSE PAID VACATION. Couple or
two men. Help run small lake resort.
Mid-June-late Aug. 761-7577. 31H16
AVIATION LINEMAN _ Two positions.
One 5 p.m.-8 p.m. six days weekly.
Other all day Saturday and Sunday.
Long term employment. Aviation
background or interest. Phone Bill
Warwin Twining Aviation, NO 3-
9321. 23H1
HISTO-TECHNOLOGISTS
CYTO-TECHNOLOCIISTS

Campus Management, Inc.
335 E.'Huron 662-7787
Ctc
FALL RENTALS
1111 S. STATE
401E. 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
C39
FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished Apts.
121 E. Hoover 665-8330
511 E. Hoover 665-9627
711 Arch 663-5284
914 S. 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
27Ctcr

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SHOWS AT 1, 3, 5,
7:05 & 9:10

Chromosomes determine the way we
look....we love ... we hate . . '

Program Information: 662-6264

Direced b y
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"White" Levis ....
(5 Colors)

Technicolor:
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.$4.98,

T'V ,RENTALS
11919 NOON

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