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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Marichal Hurls 10th Win'

For DIret Classified Ad Service,."I'l"io"e 764-9057
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.

1

By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Unbeaten Juan
Marichal was in deep trouble in
the last two innings but the San
Francisco Giants', star right-
hander struggled through to his
10th straight victory last night, a
5-3 triumph over Cincinnati.
Leo Cardenas broke Marichal's
string of 30 scoreless innings with
a seventh-inning homer, and rap-'
ed a two-run homer in the ninth.
Marichal, who drove in two runs
with a double, went the distance
for the ninth time. He gave up
seven hits, struck out nine and
walked three.
The high-kicking right-hander
had to strike out John Edwards
to get out of a bases-loaded jam
in the fourth, struck out Art
Shamsky with two on in the
eighth and then give up the two-
run homer to Cardenas in the
ninth.
* * * ,
A's Bomb Tigers
KANSAS CITY-Danny Cater
and Mike Hershberger drove in
two runs apiece as the Kansas
City Athletics rapped 12 hits and
stunned the Detroit Tigers 7-1
last night.
Cater collected three hits andC
Hershberger two, pacing the A's
to their highest hit total of the
season, while Larry Stahl homered.
Fred Talbot posted his third
pitching victory against four loss-
es. The Kansas City right-hander
lost his shutout in the eighth
when Al Kaline singled in a run,
then was lifted in the ninth after
a leadoff double by Orlando Mc-
Farlane and a walk.
* * *
Birds Clobber Twins

second baseman, smacked a three-
run triple in the first inning and
Andy Etchebarren also drove in
three runs on a double and homer
as Baltimore blasted Minnesota
14-5 yesterday.
The Orioles rapped four Min-
nesota pitchers for 19 hits.
Johnson, who had five hits in
Monday's doubleheader, gave the
Orioles a 4-0 lead in the first
inning with his drive to center off
Minnesota starter and loser Ca-
milo Pascual. Etchebarren's two-
run double capped the six-run up-
rising.
* * *
Phis Top Mets
NEW YORK-Bill White's home
run in the fifth inning snapped a
4-4 tie and the Philadelphia Phil-
lies held off the New York Mets
6-4 last night behind the tight
relief pitching of Ray Herbert.
Herbert took over for starter
Chris Short in the third inning
and blanked the Mets on three
hits until the ninth, when he
needed help from Darold Knowles.
White led off the fifth against
reliever Larry Bearnarth with hisl
seventh homer, a liner over the
scoreboard in right field.
The Phils' first baseman added!
a run scoring single in the ninthl
for his third hit of the game.
* * *
Cards. Shut Out Astros!
ST. LOUIS-The St. Louis Card-
inals scored all their runs after
two were out in the fifth inning
and beat Houston 3-0 as Ray
Washburn and Hal Woodeshick

tired and was replaced by Woode-
shick after a two-out single by

Rusty Staub in the sixth. Woode-
shick allowed two hits the rest of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
the way, RATES
LINES I DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
CHICAGO-Tony Conigliaro's 3 .85 2.40 4.20
eighth homer of the season and 4 1.00 2.85 4.95
brilliant seven-hit shutout pitch- Figure 5 average words to a line.
ing by veteran southpaw Dick Classified deadline, 2:30 daily.
Stigman carried the Boston Red Phone 764-0557
Sox to a 1-0 victory over the Chi-
cago White Sox yesterday.
The triumph snapped Boston's HELP WANTED
three-game losing streak and was
the first of the season for Stigman MANAGER for coffee house in campus
Who truc outeigt' ad beted area. Part-time. 662-4466 for inter-
who struck out eight and bested view appointment. H8
Chicago's Joel Horlen in an out-
t n pitching duel. MALE HELP-Summer Jobs-Riviters,
standing Assemblers, General Labor, Highest
The White Sox went into the starting rates. Apply at: Dunnage
game with a string of three shut- Eng. Co. H3
outs and 30 scoreless-pitched in- PAU l e .
nings. Horlen extended this streak Service station. Call NO 8-9586. H20
to 31 before Conigliaro connected ------------ ------
with one out in the second. SUMMER help wanted-Electronic tech-
* * * nician-analyst. Grad or undergrad,
full or part-time. Red board test
Nats Down Yankees analyze. Attenuators, operationala
WASHINGTON - Paul Casa- Box 152 in Saline. H9
nova wrecked R a 1 p h Houk's YARD WORK - Own transportation
strategy with a three-run double needed. $1.25/hr. NO 5-5201. H7
and Pete Richert fired a four-hit- 3 MEN WANTED for immed, employ-
ter last night, leading the Wash- ment. Outside work, devilery, swim-
ington Senators to a 5-1 victory ming pool maintenanceand con-
over the New York Yankees. struction. Time and ? after 40 hrs.
ave. 60 hr. week, Part and full time.
The Senators broke a scorelss 665-3433. H5
tie with four runs in the fourth
inning, Casanova's double ash- 10 MEN WANTED for summer employ-
innig, Csanva sdoule esh~ment. Delivery, stock, and mainten-.
ing in the first three after Houk, ance on pools and pool equipment.
the Yankee manager, had ordered 40 hr. wk. Time and half. Report to
an intentional walk to Don Lock 22t83 Telegraph, Southfield, Mich. H6
that loaded the bases. $1 FOR 1 HR. Register Voters. Call 663-
The victory was Richert's first 0553. H24
over the Yanks, who beat himl SALESMAN to start June 1st. Profes.
four times last season, his first in sional opportunity, married 22-30.
the American League. Bacheros degree. Phone 453-4030 for
k * {interview. H41

PERSONAL
CHILDREN'S CONCERT SATURDAY-
Hear Walter Blackwell, Chuck Craw-
ford, Pat Reynolds, Charlie Weaver..
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Slausson Jr. High
Aud. Children 50c. Adults $1. F42
HAIR REMOVAL. Done by electrolysis.
Information available through U.
Hospital Derm. Clinic, 764-5140. F25

FOR RENT SUMMER SUBLET

815 PACKARD-Men's rooms for rent,
with or without kitchen privileges,
also garage. 665-0146. C20

LEONARD:
Of course we still love you . .
Bud Pratt Fan Club
Local Chapter 313F4

F43

SUSPENSE . . . Mystery , . . Question-
ing . . . footsteps . . . creeping doors
.Paper crackling~ . . , whispering.
For that Late Night Snack-Go to
RALPH'S MARKET
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
709 Packard
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check iti Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151p
F
EVER PLAY JACKS WHILE WORKING?
WE DO. Come in and see for yourself.
Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
ber. The Michigan Daily. F18
WE HELP put ourselves thru grad-
school running this ramshackle room-
ing house. Now here's your chance.
All you need is cash and derring do.
Call Bob Greenberg, 662-8559. F14
LARGE APARTMENT NEEDS one orE
two more girls. Close to campus.
Very cheap. 665-6329. F9
TIME ON YOUR HANDS?
Do something creative. Join The Mich-
igan Daily business, editorial or sports
staff. Few hours; lots of fun. F
THREE GIRLS desire fourth roommateC
for Fall. Modern, furnished apart-
ment on Walnut. Call 663-5475. F28

NOW LEASING FOR FALL
SOME SUMMER SUBLETS
AVAILABLE
New and old buildings,
all sizes and prices.
Patrick J. Pulte
NO 5-9405
C21
FALL '66
NEW, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-4 persons.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
Office 545 Church St.
761-7600
C28
2 GRAD GIRLS wanted to share 2 bdrm.
River House apt, for fall. Swimming
pool and air cond. $60 per mo. Call
665-4342 after 5. C19
HARITON HOUSE-Fall Rental-One of
the finest apt. houses in Ann Arbor
at a reasonable price. 1 block from
St. Joseph's Hospital on north side
of main campus. Air-cond., balcony,
sunken tub, sound barrier, fully fur-
nished. 1 and 2 bdrms. Call Huron
Valley Real Estate. Days, NO 3-9373:
Evenings, NO 5-0063. 018
GARAGE - two blks. S. of EQ. $8 mo.
NO 8-6665. After 6 p.m. 014
1 FEMALE GRAD, student seeks room-
mate for Fall semester. Call Maddie,
761-0637. C17

NEED THREE people to fill out five-
man apt. for IIIB. Dishwasher, stereo,
TV, 12 baths, 3 bdrm., 3 air condi-
tioners. Price is $40 per man. Callj
Dave at 663-6326. U4
SUBLET-2-man apt. near campus. July
and Aug. Call 662-3446. U7
4TH "GIRL WANTED to share 4 bdrm.
house. $45/mo. for summer. Call 665-
6912. U8
3 OR 4 MAN. Mod., air-cond., furn., 2
bdrm. apt. from June 18 to Aug. 20.
665-0834, noon or after 5. Reasonable.'
UeI
REDUCED-campus-hospt. area, studio
rms or suites for men or women. Very
attractively decorated and furn. Some
paneled. House, refrigerator and
phone. Leases thru June or Aug. $7
to $10 a week. 665-0925 or 662-7992.
U5
1965 HONDA C100, Helmet, 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468. Z42
SUMMER SUBLET - Large single apt.
Avail. July 2-Aug. 21. 764-0805. U1
3 RM. FURN. APT. 726 Oakland. Call
Mrs., Bella Collins, 665-8392, or call
Jim Collins, 663-2644. U43
3 GIRLS esire 4th roommate. Call
663-2006. U3
SummerNOW A',.'AILABLE
SummeApt. Modern, air-cond. Very
cheap. Need one man. Call 665-5970
NOW!!! U50
2ND SESSION-2-3-4 men, air-cond.,
on campus, fully furn., new apts. Call
665-8330, 665-2689 or 665-2451. U48
2 BRDM. FURN. APT. Availaole for
sublet June 26-Aug. 19. Free air-cond.
1 blks. from campus. Call Madison
Management. 663-5584. U42
FURN. APT, for rent. June-Aug. 1005
Packard. Call 483-0500, ext. 294 (8 to
4:30) or 663-0405 evenings. U45
GIRL TO SHARE 2 bdrm Island Dr.
apt., air-cond., pool, parking, fac.,
etc. $70 per mo. 663-9181 after 5. U3

USED CARS
1961 OLDS. '98 Holiday Sedan. Four-
way power, factory air-cond., many
extras, good cond., no rust. NO 8-
8180 after 5. N3
1960 80 H. Sprite from Texas. Perfect
body, good running. $600. 665-3783 or
349-1081. N4
1965 SUNBEAM Alpine Roadster-11,000.
$1900, take over payments. Pit Stop
Garage, 668-9829, Miller and Ashley.
N46
'54 MG and TD. Body excellent, engine
good. $750. O.N.O. Miller and Ashley.
668-9829. N47
1965 VW 1500S, 66 HP, sq. back sedan
(looks like reg. station wagon), going
to Europe. 668-6868. N43
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.50
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS--$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98

4

LEVI JACKETS
"White"-$6.98
Blue Denim-$6.98

combined for
Bob Tolan
St. Louis runs

a five-hit shutout.
singled in the first
and scored the third,

~I1l ,the 17O 7 frnm , fir,t 'nn r(i. -I

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ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS - Flood's bloop single to center. Cubs Nip Pirates COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
Dave Johnson, hot-hitting rookie Washburn, the winning pitcher, PITTSBURGH - The Chicago sition ail, for computer program-
PITTBURG -Th Chiago mer to work on FORTRAN, UMAP,,
Cubs took advantage of a wild and IBM 360 coding and data man-
streak by Pittsburgh southpaw agement. AB degree and 1 yr. exp.,
Bob Veale in the fifth inning last miath 473 or equiv. exp. Full or half
H iu.., V ictory _ -held up for anl2-1 victory over -

w an vuit sziRu r acrng

By The Associated Press
'INDIANAPOLIS - O f f i c i a l s

of only four cars that went the
distance, protested a one-lap pen-

wrapped up a few loose ends yes- alty, just about the distance he
terday in the gigantic snarl which trailed Clark across the finish line.'
was the Golden Anniversary 500- Chief Steward Harlan Fengler
mile auto race, confirming as ex- showed Johncock the U.S. Auto
pected that former world chain- Club rule that the first lap for
pion Graham Hill of London won any car returning to the track for
the rich Memorial Day event on a restart is not scored, whether;
Lotus car builder Colin Chap- it is in the lineup or in the pit for
Lotus arbuide r Con Chia-reirs. Johncock's car was one!
mdan and Ay eGranateli, ak of five repaired after the first lap
Studebaker Corp. executive, back- pileup that eliminated 11 others.
ers of 1965 winner Jimmy Clark
of Scotland, decided against a Mechanics of the five cars were
I not nermiffd to make re irsoi l

the Pirates.
He advanced to third on a wild
pitch, then Veale hit Adolfo Phil-
lips with a pitch before Joe Am-
alfitano scored Broglio with a
sacrifice fly. After Billy Williamsj
lined out, Phillips stole second
and Ron Santo singled him homel
with the winning run,
Dodgers Whip Braves
ATLANTA -- The Los Angeles
Dodgers knocked out Wade Blas-
ingame in a three-run burst in
the first inning and went on to'
whip Atlanta 6-2 last night for
their seventh victory in their last

COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
ning work at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes as pinj
jumper. Apply in the evening. E33
PT5:tTIME
Multi-Million DoUlar Company hiring
for p,.rt time sales work. Earnings in
excess of S O0 per hour. This is not
pots-knives-books or any of that door
to door nnes.This co(-mpany Ip
expanding aill ac0rsthe nation, con'
sequently this could be more than
jus a part ime job for the right,
person If you're 20. have use of ai
car, and are bondable write William
D. Nichols. 3372 Washteniw Ave., Ann
Arbor, Mich.

FULL OR PART
furnished. work
Call NO 2-6274.

TIME, all training
aux hours avallahle.
H31

RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portables for
only $10 per minth. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
DATING is more enjoyable with
THE RIGHT PERSON
IBM Computer AND personal
interviews .help us arrange
DATES YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
- Call 662-4867, write 216 S. State
for free brochure or interview
F
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 HONDA 305 cc. Dream. Exc. cond.
1200 miles. 5,30. Call 761-3576. Z43
HONDA C-100, only 416 miles. Stored
all winter, NO 3-0623. Z24
1965 YAMAHA - Brand new, never
driven. 80cc,.662-3651. Z26
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for IRIUMPH -
SYAMAHA - BMW -- GILERA. 224 S
First. Phone 662-7409. Z
BLUE HONDA 150. Call evenins, NO
5-4258, 28
1965 HONDA 50, exc. cond., inder 3,000
miles. Call after 6, 761-3575. Z29
WE TRY HARDER We have to. We're
3 mles from town. Our campus cs-
toiers go to gret lengths to get out
here for sales, parts, and service
There must be a reason for it. HONI)A
of Ann Arbor. Z27
World's FASTEST
Street 250:
The X-6 HUSTLER
with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
means the most In RELIABILITY,
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at
SUZUKI Cycle Center
4040 Washtenaw
761-2650

LEVI'S Supersim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees--$4.49

608 MONROE-Large apt. for 2-3-4 and
5 students. Avail for fall occupancy.
Air-condl., covered parking. Finest
furnishings are but a few of the de-
sirable features of our bldg.
Still a few apts. avail. for summer.
APARTMENTS LIMITED
663-0501
C12

TRANSPORTATION
FREE RIDE to California, end of June,
if you are a good driver, 665-3881. G26
LOST AND FOUND

S-T-
TU

R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White"-$5.98
)RTLENECKS-$1.69
(15 Colors)
en Mon. & Fri. Nights
AM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

662-778

87 days 761-4018 eves. & Sun.
C16

USED CARS

WANTED TO RENT 1962 TRIUMPH TR4. Mint condition
- - _____red, Michelin'x tires, radio, toneau.
NURSES want 3rd female roommate service history avail. After 6 p.m.,
Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. F44 482-2699. N2
FR AEFOR SALE-59 Ford, 6-stick. Call 437-
FOiSL 1266, after 6. NI

Read
Daily
Classifieds

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LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
1 335 GEDDES band. In a library during finals. Call Op
Luxury 2-bedroom apt, with new fur- Bud, 764-0562. A30
nishings, wall-to-wall carpeting, dis- LOST-Reward for information regard-s
posal, off-street parking: for fall, ing a brown female long hair stripped I
Also other modern furnished 1, 2 and cat lost May 5,in the Forest-Forest
3-man apts. in campus and hospital Ct. area. She's needed desperately to
locations, immediate and fall, nurse her new born kittens. 063-4162.j-
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT A25

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threatened protest after official e
final standings showed Clark lost replace damaged tires until after Clau Oee itch i-
by 41.2 Seconds.,h rsat.Teysthepes ,u nings for his sixth victor'y and
Clark's crew admitted they fail- ing the hour and 24 minutes it
smahedltook to cleanup the track.1
ed to catch Hill going by when the Dodgers. Phil Regan came on
Clark was in the pit after the sew- Britons Dominate in the seventh when Osteen dp-
ond of two spins. The British Grand Prix r'acer s veloped a blister on his pitching
Ward Quits Racing dominated the official standings. hand.
Rodger Ward, one of the great- Clark set a new one-lap record
est drivers in American auto rac- for the race, 159.179 miles an hour,
ing history, quit the sport dra- on the 18th lap just after he pass- aI tjor i League
matically last night. ed early leader Mario Andretti.n
The two-time winner of the In- The two-year-old mark he erased Standings
dianapolis 500-mile race, twice na- was 157.646 m.p.h. by the late NATIONAL 1.EAGCI
tional champion, told the tradi- Bobby Marshman of Pottstown, W L Pet. fB
tional speedway victory dinner: Pa. That gave an indication of San Francisco 30 16 .652 -
"I promised myself years ago how fast the race would have its Anerl 27 18 .54.0 >
that whenever auto racing stopped been except for 41 minutes of run- Houston 25 21 .543 5
being fun for me, I would quit.- ning under the yellow caution Philadelphia 22 24) .524 6
Yesnerdaywit wasn't fun "i st. Louis 20 21 .488 7z>
Yesterday,i tfun,"light because 'of wrecks and spilled jinlnat 19 21 AT7 8
One Protest jC oil.i192 .7
oil. Atlanta 20 27 .426 101
Only one protest was filed in the Jackie Stewart of Scotland, like New York 15 22 .405 101,
30 minutes allowed after the of- Hill a first-time starter, had the Chicago 13 29 .310 15
fidial finish was posted at 8 a.m. bes; average speed of the rac, YESTElI)AY'S RESULTS
yesterday. Gordon Johncock of 144.399, but went out with oil Caucago 2, Pittsburgh 1
Hastings, Mich., driver of the last pressure failure while leading with htlo'ii ,uNew York 4
125 miles to go. San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 3
Johncock, in addition to pro- Los Angeles 6, Atlanta2
testing his one-lap penalty, com- [uDAYTt' s(;AMES
plained that Clark's crew had fuel Sari Francisco at Atlanta (n)
AY hoses in the pit before Clark came Ilttusbiirg atCinw oa (n)
DAY to a complete stop as required by Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
S r li positiv; 7,0, and 12 for
Rh nceatve. Hours: Mon. Ibru Thurs
9-4 ri. 1-7 1, 21 yers old nerd
prent pci mison. 483-1894
YPSILANTI
Detroit Blood Ser vice
404 W. Michigan
ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
JOBS AVAILABLE
A great opportunity for agressuc
colrge students to earn a hih i-
coie distribulm igrinaterial to< ollege
camzpus~es all oer the United State..
Coimbine summer travel with large
profits, or work part-time on your
wn campus. Fall jobs are also avail-
able. Cmtact: Colleiate--Dept. D. 27
E' st 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
MUSICAL MDSE.,'
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SINGERLAND Drums ,Bass, torn,
snare, high hant and ride cy'mbal's.}
$200 (will aceept more if ofiered !
663-4877, ask for Ro; (;all late. X21
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
518 William ( Maynard House
NO 2-5578
X24
IBANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W, Washington
WHAT'S AN
ADLER J-4?
Keep watching
for answer

FLIGHT TO EUROPE June 14, 1 ticket.
$353.00. 663-5718. B47
21" TUbe: $25. 663-4877 (Rob). Call
late. B48
INEXPENSIVE FURNITURE-Must sell
-Sofa bed, 2 chairs, triple dresser.
Double chest, odds and ends. Call
662-0879 weekdays after 5 p.m., week-
ends all clay. B46
FOR SALE-1964 Volskwagen. Spotless.
Has everything. $1250. Call after 5,
668-7107. B37
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED - USED TAPE RECORDER.
Call 663-4495. K50

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PAID PSYCHOLOGICAL
SUBJECTS WANTED
at Mental Health Research institute
Call Miss Basis at 761-2114
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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GOLF DRIVING RANGE
18-Hole Miniature Golf
Hours:
Sun.-Thurs. 11 A.M.-]0 P.M,
Fri. & Sat. 10 A.M.- 11 P.M.
TEE & SKI
2455 5. State

the rules.
Later, Fengler imposed fines of
$00 each on cars 18 and 19, driven
by Clark and Al Unser of Albu-
querque, N.M., and severely re-
pr-imanded both crews for having
fuel hoses across the pit area be-
fore the cars stopped in the pits.
The action did not affect the
order of finish.

Chicago at Philadelphia (2, t-n)
AMERiCAN LEAGUE

x-Cleveland
Baltimore
D)et roil
x-California
Minnesota
Cii ica go
Washirngton
New York
Boston
Kansa, City
x-Late game

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Welcome Students
Open 6 Days a Week
U-M BARBERS
Near Kresge's
OR
DASCOLA BARBERS
Near the Michigan Theatre
-AIR CONDITIONED-

THlE GOSPEL OF MARK'
Reading and Discussion for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
" Interaet About Christianity
* Improve English Skill
Aiesday 8:15 Prescott Lounge East Qv
Averican discussants welcome
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 1, Chicago 1)
Baltimore 14, Minnesota 5
Washington 5, New York I
Kansas City 7, Detroit I
Cleveland 4, Caliltornia 4 (tie, 9 inn)
TOlDAY'S GAMEs
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
New York at Chicago (n)
Washington at Eoston (2, t-n)
Baltimore at California (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City (n)

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A Message for You

Volkswagens cost less
in Europe.
(So buy one from your authorized
dealer before you go.)
First take your pick. You can choose the VW Squareback, the
Fastback, the Station Wagon, or the ever faithful bug. Then we
take care of all the details: purchase, delivery, insurance, licens-
ing. All you do is pick up the VW of your choice in the city of
your choice. (Of the more than 50 different pickup cities in 12

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from Ann Arboir Bank
For complete student and faculty banking needs see Ann
Arbor Bank. Specialcheck checking accounts, travelers checks,
foreign exchange, letters of credit, and four campus offices
are just a few reasons why Ann Arbor bank should be your
bank. Stop in at any Ann Arbor Bank office and get acquaint-
ed with alert, accommodating banking.

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