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DAY, JANUARY 26,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

Cagers Squelch Michigan State

FOR SALE
USED SKIS, BOOTS, and POLES-7 ft.
wooden skis with steel edges and cable
safety bindings. Men's size 9 boots,
and aluminum poles. The whole deal
for $25. Call NO 3-0130 evenings. B25
COAT AND DRESSES, sizes 8-10. 3-5362.
NATURAL GREY Kidskin, full length
coat and detachable hood. Size 12.
Like new: $100. NO 2-0031. B42
CLASSICAL CUITAR, Gibson model C-
0. Like new. Call Univ. Ext. 2238, 7-
9 p.m. B18
FOR SALE-Microscope "Zeiss" mono-,
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph.
542-6431, Detroit. B9
ENGAGEMENT RING. Solitaire setting.
3/4 karat, appraised $600, sell $300.
Call NO 2-6193. B19
HI-FI SYSTEM, Garrard turntable,
Heathkit preamp, and amplifier, Jen-
sen speaker, bought for $200, sell for
$130. Call NO 2-6193. B20
AM-FM RADIO - EMUD (West Ger-
many) 3 speakers, polished blond
wood, new condition. Cost new' $97,
selling price $55. Call 3-7442 after 6
p.m. B24
III-FIl STEREO tape recorder. Concert
tone, professional 510 series-3 motors,
4 heads, every deluxe feature includ-
ing reverse-a-matic, self contained
stereo speakers, 6 months old-like
new. Cost $600. Sacrifice $500. May be
seen at Hi-Fi and TV Center, 1301 S.
University. B3
FOR RENT
CAMPUS-- One-bedroom apartment for
rent. Phone NO 3-0434. C26
TWO SLEEPING ROOMS, $7.50, with
kitchen privileges, $8.00. 5-7568. C24
ON CAMPUS-Lot parking-space avail-
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2 MAN APT. 2 rms. On campus. Call
665-9290. C51
r APT. AVAILABLE for 2 or 3, spring
semester. Apts. Ltd. Call 3-0511. C11
SUITE' OF ROOMS for men. Campus
area. NO 2-8796. C9
WANTED-Male roommate to share
apt, with two seniors. Close to cam-
pus. Reasonable. Call 2-6930, C18
FEMALE TEACHER wishes roommate
for furnished apartment. Call 665-
7015 after 5 p.m. C23
1 OR 2 ROOMMATES to share apt.
Two blocks from campus. Two fire-
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C27
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couple. Close to, campus and hos-
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FOR 3 TO 5 students - Furn. 6 rm.
house. Near campus and IM Bldg.
Attractive interior, Phone: 662-2906.
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three shots.j
State got the first two points of
the game, and from there the first;
part of the game was pretty much
a see-saw affair, marke- by a
tough State defense and random,
quick offense. The Spaitans led
by as much as six poinis once,
14-8, but Russell potted threej
straight baskets to help push
Michigan back into a 21-16 mar-
gin. The Wolverines ran up an
11-point lead midway in the first
half, but the well-rounded State
scor ng attack brought the score,
back to 40-38 at the intermission.
In the second half Michigan
Jumped in front by ten points,
60-50, only to see the still-kicking
Spartans score nine straight digits
to narrow the margin to 60-59.
Then wi#n the score 66-63, Mich-,
igan, Russell poured through a

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layup and then added three more'
points as Cantrell intercepted the
by cly two points at the half, MSU pass inbounds and fired to
40-38, the Michigan five left the the jazzy Cazzie for two more.
floor for the intermission hittingRuslwafoednthso,
holne on only one out of every Russell was fouled on the shot,
homeon nlyone ut f eerymade good the charity toss and

the Wolverines led 71-63 after
what both coaches referred to as
the turning point of the game. f
Wolverine center Bill Buntin
swished two layups, a foul shot,c
and a fancy hook to set the scoret
at 80-65 with five minutes to play,;
and the fans started leaving. t
"It was the most rugged gamez
we've been in this year," saidt
Strack after the game to a sur-
rounding myriad of reporters in
the happy Michigan lockerroom,;
"and we've been in quote a few." t
Anderson echoed the same. "ItI
was a tremendously hard-fought |
game," he commented. "I thought
the differtnce was tnat we force t
too many shots.
"The reason might be that oar
kids were roo worried about Mich-
igan's inanpower. The thought 3fj

it made our boys force those
shots."
Russell, who played the entire
40 minutes for the Wolverines, had
a field day with 34 points, leading
both teams. The sensational soph
hit home on 12 for 23 from the
floor and had a perfect 10 for 10
from the free throw line.
Buntin, who felt the full effect
of the wide-open, scrappy game
under the boards, still paced both
squads with 13 rebounds, two more
than his MSU counterpart Tho-
mann, who snatched ott 11. Bun-
tin didn't have any complaints
after the game-"Sure, I probably
got some :gad referee's calls, but
so did they. After all, we won, and
that's what counts in the end."
The All-Big Ten pivot man
tallied 25 points. State's Pete Gent,
who along with Thomann was
Buntin's chief harassment under
the boards, led the Michigan State
scoring with 23 points. Thomann
had 18.
Trigger 'Tough'
ItWnlar inta fnrw,. T a Lr Trip.-

Figure 5 avera
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USED CARS
'57 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF. Power
brakes, radio, heater, white walls.
Excellent body cond. NO 5-0141. N14
'62 MGA-Excellent condition, 30000 mi.,
$1800. Contact Mr. Oberly, BenFrank-
lin Store, Howell Shopping Center,
Howell, Michigan. N13
'63 VOLKEWAGEN, trusty traveler. Call
663-6115. N8
1956 FORD V-8 Wagon, full power. Also
1953 Plymouth, just completely over-
hauled. $125 each or best offer. Robert
Lang, 665-2609, 5-8 p.m. N12
BUICK SPECIAL CONVERTIBLE, 1962
-Sporty bucket seats, stick shift, like
new. $1850. 665-6811. Nil
1957 FORD--Excel. mech. cond. Body
and tires very good. $450. NO 2-1291
after 5:30 p.m. N4
'57 AUSTIN-HEALY 100-6. overdrive,
transistor radio, factory hardtop, new
clothtop. $1,100. Call NO 3-6327. N9
1961 VW SEDAN Sunroof mechanics,
body, and interior in excellent con-
dition. New whitewall tires. $1195.
663-9452. N7
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
SPORTS CAR ACCESSORIES
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281
ANNOUNCING
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Ann Arbor
202 W. Washington St.
Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS, All Makes.
Custom Order Service.
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281
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1906 Packard Road
665-9281
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wood-
land Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
1958 Cushman-$150
1959 Vespa-$110
1963 Vespa-$235
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First 662-7409
Z361

WEDDINGS, bar mitzvahs, T G's, frat
& sorority parties. Need folk music?
Call Rich Weiland 665-2404. F17
BOB, will I see you at the Phi Sig -
House Sunday? F41
'Twas spinach and the gemmy tobes did_
klein and gizzle
in the brook.I
SEE DICK GREGORY
Saturday, February 1, 8:30 p.m.
Hill Auditorium F14
SLIDE RULES-New and used, $5-$18.
NO 2-8312. F31
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY-NewlyI
remodeled house. Good food. 1319
Cambridge, off Forest. NO 2-8312. F5
WEINER SCHNITZEL with German
potato salad-$1.35. German meat pat-
ties--.30. ROMANOFF'S, 300 S. Thayer.

Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
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BARGAIN CORNER

Michigan Tankers
Purdue in Dual M

B2

SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"WHITE LEVI'S"
SLIM-FITS
4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black brown, loden,
"white," cactus, light blue
SAM'S STORE

- vevrrne Iurwaru S~y r-
goning tallied 16 points, which
doesn't show a good defensive per-
D o Vn formance that provided some key
pass interceptions and some well-
utilized Michigan muscle during
the fracas.

By JIM LASOVAGE
Michigan's tankers had no trou-
ble in downing Purdue yesterday
in a dual meet, 77-28, even though
swimmers Ed Bartsch and Bill
Farley, and diver Ed Boothman
were absent.
Bob Tanner captured two firsts
for Michigan in the 50- and 100-
yard freestyle events. In the 200-
yard individual medley, Rees Or-
land touched out teammate Lan-
ny Reppert by one tenth of a sec-
ond.
Diving

Purdue's 400-yardnfreestyle relay
jteam beat Michigan. In this, event
Stager used Geoff D'Atri, Bill
Spann, Dave Roadhouse, and Jeff
Moore, a motley combination
which usually doesn't swim free
style.
Including the relay events, Pur-
due took only two firsts and two
second places, as Michigan com-
pletely dominated the meet.
Steve Rabinovitch did not par-
ticipate in the meet because he
was dismissed from the squad for
disciplinary reasons for this meet

Strack contended that "we
didn't play any different than we
usually do. The only thing that
surprised us about Michigan State
was its second half zone. Forddy
was smart not to change his style
of play. He gave us another pres-
sure game."
Anderson commented that he
felt his players had found out that
they could play with the bg boys
from Michigan. "We feel we can
rebound with this team," he said,
obviously with thoughts of next
Saturday's r e t u r n engagement
with the Wolverines in Ann Arbor.
"If you'll look, we're leading the
conference in this department.
However, Michigan grabbed off
several critical rebounds which
held us to only one shot at a time."
Michigan fans that made the
trip to see the Wolverines play
yesterday received tickets that for
the most part filled a corner in
Jenison Field House where binocu-
lars were necessary standard
equipment but also for the most
part made enough noise to let peo-
ple know that the nation's nunber
two team had an ample following.

GIRLS-Get your apt. for next FALL
NOW. The SUMMIT HOUSE, 8-8723
or 5-8330. F3
WANTED-Humanists to confess their;
sins before Unitarian Priests Sunday,
7:30 p.m., 1917 Washtenaw. F51
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION-]
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151, F73
FURN. MOD. APT, for 4-Available 2nd
sem. No summer sub-lease. Good loc.,
1 block from bus. ad. and law. Call
NO 3-6237. F38
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call G. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 309 S. Thayer. NO 2-
1132. F18
HAVE YOU A PURPOSE for being here?
Find one at University Reformed7
Church Sunday at 10:30 a.m. or 7 p.m.
temporarily meeting in YMCA. F7
WANTED-Students and faculty mem-
bers knowledegable in cinema, art,
theatre, and music for review for
The Daily. If you are interested,
call Marjorie Brahms at 2-3241. F44-
ANYONE with any information as to
the whereabouts of Sigma Kappa
composite, please call 665-4481. F13
FOR DANCING-ENTERTAINMENT -
Doug-Brown and the Omens at Ed-
die's Lounge, 43711 Michigan Ave.,
halfway between Ypsilanti and Wayne
-15 minutes from Ann Arbor. Tues-
day thru Saturday. F531
Meet the Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial ' with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a m.
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC1
INTRODUCTION SERVICE

122 E. Washington Diver Bruce Brown gave an ex- land possibly longer.
-- -- --- cellent display of difficult dives Alumni Challengef
RADIO REPAIRS, to rack up a first for the Wolver- I After the meet, as an extra add-
MUSICAL MDSE. Ines off the 3-meter board. Team- ed attraction, the Wolverine swim-
~~~~~ ~~~mate Don Ewlng placed second mers challenged the freshmen to a
HI FI, TV, RADIO, and Phono service. behind him in this event. relay. Although the freshmen won
TV rentals, speaker reconing. Free Coach Gus Stager entered only by :00.6 seconds, Frank Legacki
pick-up and delivery service. Campus# one man for Michigan in the 500- turned in an unofficial 21 second
Radio and TV. NO 5-6644, 325 E.
Hoover. X2 yard freestyle race, Tom Dudley, performance for 50 yards of free-
- Instr --umebut Jeff Longstreth swam against style, showing his old form.
A-1 New and Used Instruments hilm for an exhibition. Dudley re- ITenx oeme o h
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS iv redit fo . 'y te The next home meet for the
Rental Purchase Plan ceived credit for a first ' the tankers is with Princeton, Febru-
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR event, but Longstreth beat him ary 1,
119 W. Washington by :03.1 seconds.
Two for Purdue
GUITARS, ETC. Harry Wickens got credit for
Make, Repair, Buy and Sell Purdue's only individual first in I

Private and Group Instruction the 200-yard freestyle, although
Hoots Daily

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Luxurious 2 bedroom apartments#
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area 2 blocks from campus. Phone
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SPENDING THE SUMMER IN A.A.?-
Then why not rent a modern, air-
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comfortably. Phone NO 5-2167 for
futher information. ' C53
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A few vacancies for men students.
Furnished, freshly decorated. TV and
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see after 2 pml Daily. 668-9593, 212
E. Huron St. C52
THE SUMMIT HOUSE
New 1, 2, & 3 bedroom furnished apart-
ments available Now for the fall.
The finest in campus living; wall to
wall carpeting, balconies, natural
brick fireplaces, patios, fully equip-
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The SUMMIT in campus living at a
reasonable price. Act now.
CALL 8-8723 or 5-8330

Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. STATE
NO 5-8001
MISCELLANEOUS
HUNGRY?
Ralph's Market Is OPEN Now!
Try some bagels and lox or coffeecake.
You'll find Ralph at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every Sunday morning
HELP WANTED
BABY SITTING: Tues, 10-12 A.M.,
Thurs., 11-12 A.M. and lunch. 662-
1862. J30
ADVERTISING AGENCY
needs top notch secretary. Diversified
interesting position with good salary
for experienced person. 5 day week.
Send resume to Box 8, Michigan
Daily. H28
DENTAL HYGENIST for 1 or 2 days
a week in Plymouth. Write Box 7,
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. H14

400-YD, MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (D'Atri, Bodolay, Road-
house, Damm); 2. Purdue. Time -
3:45.17.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Wickens
(P); 2. Walls (M); 3. Berry (M).
Time-1:50.44.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Tanner
(M); 2. Burns (M); 3. Donoghu:
(P). Time-:22.66
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
'1. Orland (M); 2. Reppert (M); 3.
Beese (P). Time-2:08.39.
DIVING-1. Brown (M); 2. Ewing
(M); 3. Whitney (P). Paints-294.30.
200-Xii. BUTTERFLY-I. Moore
(M); 2. Spann (M); 3. Gapsis (P),
Time-2 :01.75.
100-Y). FREESTYLE-I. Tanner
(M); 2. Damin (M); 3. Inpyn (P).
Time- :50.25.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. D'Atri
(M); 2. Orland (M); 3. Burke (P).
TJime--2:04.90.
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Dudley
(M); 2. Wickens (P); 3. Robison
(P). Time-5:12.6.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Bo-
dolay {M); 2. Reppert (M); 3. Scott
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Purdue (Inpyn, Disterdick, Patton,
Wickens); 2. Michigan. .Time -
3:31.94.

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RENT A TV THIS SEMESTER
NEW 19" G.E. PORTABLES
only $10.00 per month
FREE DELIVERY & SERVICE
TV set on display at Follett's Bookstore
C all NEJAC TV -5tal
phone: NO 2-5671

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Joint Judiciary Council
and
Committee on
Standards & Conduct
Announces that petitioning is open
until 12 o'clock noon on Monday, Jan. 27
Petitions may be picked up at
the Office of Student Affairs
and must be returned by noon Monday

B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
Announces a Series of 7 Lecture-Discussions
on
"THE JEWS AND JESUS"
I. Wed., Jan. 29, 8 p.m.
"PALESTINE IN THE LAST CENTURI ES
BEFORE CHRIST"
DR. LOUIS L. ORLIN, Asst. Prof., Ancient Near
East History and Literature. Instructor,
College Honors Course "The Nature of Religion"
This lecture deals with political and reliigious cross currents in post-Exillic Israel
and depicts the Jewish community at the threshold of primitive christianity,
I1. Wed., Feb. 5, 8 p.m.
"JESUS AND THE JEWS OF HIS TIME"
RABBI IRWIN GRONER, Asst. Rabbi, Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, Southfield, Michigan
Differences in beliefs and practices, including ideas about the
Messiah, of the Pharisees, Sadducees and Essenes.
111. & IV. Sunday, Feb. 16 and 23,7 p.m.
A DIALOGUE on
"JESUS THE MAN AND HIS TEACHINGS"
by
Dr. Max Kapustin, Director, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
and part-time faculty member, Wayne State University
and
Dr. George E. Mendenhall, Prof. of Near Eastern Studies, U-M
On Feb. 16-RABBI KAPUSTIN, "The Jewish Heritage of Jesus"
Areas of Agreement-Points of Departure
comment by Dr. Mendenhall
On Feb. 23-PROF. MENDENHALL, "The New Testament Sources in
the Perspective of the Old Testament"
The early Christian reinterpretation of the Old Testament tradition
comment by Dr. Kapustin
V. Wed., Feb. 26, 8 p.m.
"THE TRIAL AND DEATH OF JESUS"
DR. PAUL J. ALEXANDER, Prof. of History, U-M
Background of Jesus' execution. Role of Sanhedrin and Roman authorities.
VI. Wed., March 4, 8 p.m.
"THE EARLY YEARS OF THE CHURCH"
DR. GORDON BAHR, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Near Eastern
Languages and Literature, Wayne State University
Effects of influx of Gentiles on the young church
Paul's influence

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HAVE YOU LATELY CONSIDERED
YOUR BIKE'S HEALTH?
or have you selfishly forgotten about your trusty servant
while you are warm and dry?

Those students interested in working on the following
committees and boards of Student Government Coun-
cil should call NO 3-0553 before
Friday, January 31
Committee on Student Activities

VII. Wed., March 11, 8 p.m.

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