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TH E MICHIGAN ]DAILY

THURSDAY, JUNE 2,1966

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WAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Tigers Tromp Twins, 9-4

For Direct Classified Ad Service, PhIiome 764-057
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.

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By The Associated Press
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS -
Jerry Lumpe lined a tie-break-
ing, two-run single and Al Ka-
line drove in four runs with two
hits as Detroit rallied to defeat
Minnesota 9-4 last night.
Former National Leaguer John-
ny Podres won his second game in
three decisions by blanking the
Twins on one single for 3'/3 in-
nings in relief of starter Dave
Wickersham.'
Lumpe's hit broke a 3-3 tie
in the sixth inning and Kaline
drove in another run with a check-
swing single to center. The left-
hand hitting Lumpe was the first
batter to face the southpaw Jim
Merritt, who relieved Twins' start-
er Dave Boswell. He lined an 0-2
pitch for his hit.
Dick McAuliffe's second triple
of the night ignited the Tigers'
three-run rally that wrapped it
up in the ninth. Kaline's grounder
delivered one run and Bill Free-
han's single brought two more
home.
KC Drops Cleveland
KANSAS CITY - Kansas City1
bombed Cleveland pitching for
13 hits including home runs by
Ken Harrelson and Ed Charles,
and handed the American League
leading Indians an 8-3 defeat last
night.
The A's went ahead to stay in
the sixth breaking a 3-3 tie on
Dick Green's single and Joe Nos-
sek's single. During the inning,
starter and winner Rollie Shel-
don left for a pinch hitter, and
Jack Aker took over.
Then in the seventh, Kansas
City sewed it up with a four-run
rally off Tom Kelley, who replaced
starter John O'Donoghue in the
sixth.
The A's made five hits in the
rally, including Charles' inside-
the-park homer and a triple by
Danny Cater.
Four N.Y. Errors
CHICAGO-The Chicago White
Sox capitalized on four New York
errors and Tommy Agee's base
running for a 6-2 victory over
the Yankees last night.
Juan Pizarro, who had a five-
hit shutout until the ninth, lost
his bid for a shutout on Mickey
Mantle's homer in the ninth and
eventually needed Eddie Fisher's
relief help before recording his
fourth victory against one defeat.
Tha White Sox smro a aid o

Koufax Wins Ninth
ST. LOUIS-Willie Davis' triple1
and an error by Bob Tolan pro-
duced the game's only run, lifting
Sandy Koufax and the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 1-0 victory over the1
St. Louis Cardinals last night. t
The error in the seventh inning
broke up a pitching duel between
Koufax and Al Jackson and gave7
the Dodger left-hander his sixth,
straight victory and a 9-1 record.
He allowed seven hits.
Davis became the first Dodger
to get past first base when he
lined a smash into the corner that
bounded off the wall past Tolan,
who slipped trying to field the
ball. The rookie outfielder then
threw badly to second baseman
Julian Javier and Davis came all
the way around, easily beating
Javier's relay.
* * *
Phillies Win Two
PHILADELPHIA - Rich Allenk
drove in four runs-three with a
447-foot home run-as the Phila-
delphia Phillies rallied for a 7-4
victory and a sweep of a twi-night;
doubleheader with the Chicago
Cubs last night.
The Phillies took the first game

4-3 with the help of a game sav-
ing relay from Tony Gonzalez to
Dick Groat to catcher Bob Uecker
that nailed Lee Thomas trying to
score on Jim Stewart's double.
With the Phillies trailing 4-1 in
the fifth inning of the night cap,
Cookie Rojas and Dick Groat
singled with one out and Allen
drilled a home run into an equip-
ment enclosure in the deepest part
of center field.
*i * *
Alou Beats Mets
NEW YORK-Matty Alou drove
in one run and scored another as
the Pittsburgh Pirates downed the
New York Mets 3-1 last night.
Alou opened the fourth inning
with the first Pirate hit off loser
Dennis Ribant. He moved to sec-
ond on an infield out and scored
on a single by Roberto Clemente.
In the fifth, Bob Bailey singled,
went to second on a sacrifice and
came around on Alou's second hit
of the game.
Dick Stuart's third home run of
the second ruined Don Cardwell's
shutout bid in the fifth and sliced
the Pirate lead in half. But Pitts-
burgh added an insurance run in
the eighth.

PERSONAL
MOTHER WON'T let me go to Europe.
Sacrifice price on June 28-Aug. 23
Europe charter ticket. Call John days,
764-7200. F44
The HUNT-JOIN NOW. Next hunt be-
gins June 6. F45
CHILDREN'S CONCERT SATURDAY-
Hear Walter Blackwell, Chuck Craw-
ford, Pat Reynolds, Charlie Weaver.
11 am. and 2 p.m. Slausson Jr. High
Aud. Children 50c. Adults $1. F42

KITTY-Are you there? Send me
address-Wass.
LEONARD:
Of course we still love you .
Bud Pratt Fan Club
Local Chapter 313
WE HAVE to try harder, we're
Number 1.

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RALPH'S MARKET
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
709 Packard
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151
F
EVER PLAY JACKS WHILE WORKING?
WE DO. Come in and see for yourself.
Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
be. 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 or
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 roommate
for Fall. Modern, furnished apart-
ment on Walnut. Call 663-5475. F28
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portables for
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F

SUMMER SUBLET I
SUMMER SUBLET 2nd Session, 2 bdrm.
Furn., air-cond., top floor, nice view.
$160/mo, 668-6844. U9
NEED ONE GIRL ROOMMATE for spa-
cious 2-man apt., Summer session.
Fantastically low rent, close to cam-
pus. Call 761-6338. U10
WANTED - 1 roommate for 2nd half
summer session, Centrally located,
Call Mark Roth after 5 p.m., 761-
3871. U11
NEED THREE people to fill out five-
man apt. for IIIB. Dishwasher, stereo,
TV, 1% baths, 3 bdrm., 3 air condi-
tioners. Price is $40 per man. Call
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
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.
US
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
NOW AAILABLE
Summer Apt. 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.
11,2 biks. from campus. Call Madison
Management. 663-5584. U42
GIRL TO SHARE 2 bdrm Island Dr.
apt., air-cond., pool, parking, fac.,
etc. $70 per mo. 663-9181 after 5. U3
FOR SAL E
FLIGHT TO EUROPE June 14; 1 ticket.-
$353.00. 663-5718. B47,

HELP WANTED
MANAGER for coffee house in campus
area. Part-time. 662-4466 for inter-
view appointment. H8
MALE HELP-Summer Jobs-Riviters,
Assemblers, General Labor. Highest
starting rates, Apply at: Dunnage
Eng. Co. H3
PART OR FULL TIME help needed.
Service station. Cali NO 8-9586. H20
SUMMER help wanted-Electronic tech-
nician-analyst. Grad or undergrad,
full or part-time. Red board test
analyze. Attenuators, operational am-
plifiers. 429-4390 or 429-7073 or write
Box 152 in Saline. H9
YARD WORK - Own transportation
needed, $1.25/hr. NO 5-5201.s t 7
3 MEN WANTED for immed. employ-
ment. Outside work, devilery, swim-
ming pool maintenance and con-
struction. Time and after 40 hrs.
ave. 60 hr. week. Part and full time.
665-3433. 1H5
10 MEN WANTED for summer employ-
ment. Delivery, stock, and mainten-
ance on pools and pool equipment.
40 hr. wk. Time and half. Report to
22t83 Telegraph, Southfield, Mich. H6
$1 FOR 1 HR. Register Voters. Call 663-
0553. H24
SALESMAN to start June 1st. Profes.
sional opportunity, married 22-30.
Bacheros degree, Phone 453-4030 for
interview. B41
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
Position avail, for computer program-
mer to work on FORTRAN, UMAP,
and IBM 360 coding and data man-
agement. AB degree and 1 yr. exp.;
math 473 or equiv. exp. Full or half
time Call 764-2115 to make appt. for
interview. H21
COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
ning work at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes as pin
jumper. Apply in the evening. H33
PART TIME
Multi-Million Dollar Company hiring
for part time sales work. Earnings in
excess of $3.00 per hour. This is not
pots-knives-books or any of that door
to door nonsense. This company is
expanding all across the nation, con'
sequently this could be more than
just a part time job for the right
person. If you're 20, have use of a
car, and are bondable write William
D. Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
Arbor, Mich.
FULL OR PART TIME, all training
furnished, work any hours available.
Call NO 2-6274. H31

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Classified deadline, 2:30 daily.
Phone 764-0557
FOR RENT
815 PACKARD-Men's rooms for rent,
with or without kitchen privileges,
also garage. 665-0146. C20
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

761-3993

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Cleveland 28 15 .651 --
x-Baltimore 25 17 .595 21
Detroit 24 18 .571 3ir4
x-California 23 20 .535 5
Chicago 20 21 .488 7
Minnesota 20 22 .476 7%
Washington 21 24 .467 8
New York 18 24 .429 9Y2
Boston 18 27 .400 11
Kansas City 16 25 .390 11
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 6-0, Boston 3-5
Kansas City 8, Cleveland 3
Chicago 6, New York 2
uetroit 9, Minnesota 4
Baltimore at California (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota
Baltimore at California
Cleveland at Kansas City
New York at Chicago
Washington at Boston
SPORTS SHORTS:

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
San Francisco 31 16 .660
Los Angeles 28 18 .609
Pittsburgh 25 20 .556
Houston 26 21 .553
Philadelphia 24 20 .545
St. Louis 20 22 .476
Cincinnati 19 22 .463
Atlanta 20 28 .417
New York 15 23 .395
Chicago 13 31 .295
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4-7, Chicago 3-4
Los Angeles 1, St. Louis 0
Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
Houston 2, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 4, Atlanta 3
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Atlanta
Los Angeles at St. Louis
Houston at Cincinnati
Chicago at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at New York

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USED CARS
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them likte
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
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OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE
240 Nickels Arcade
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THE RIGHT PEP
IBM Computer AND pe
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Call 662-4867, write 216 S
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- 21" TUbe: $25. 663-4877 (Rob). Call
T I F IC late. B48
ERVICE INEXPENSIVE FURNITURE-Must sell
. State -Sofa bed. 2 chairs, triple dresser.
erview Double chest, odds and ends. Call
F 662-0879 weekdays after 5 p.m., week-
__ _ ends all day. B46

NOW LEASING FOR FALL
SOME SUMMER SUBLETS
AVAILABLE
New and old buildings,
all sizes and prices.
Patrick J. Pulte
NO 5-9405
C21
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. C18
GARAGE - two blks. S. of EQ. $8 mo.
NO 8-6665. After 6 p.m. C14
1 FEMALE GRAD. student seeks room-
mate for Fall semester. Call Maddie,
761-0637. C17
608 MONROE-Large apt, for 2-3-4 and
5 students. Avail. for fall occupancy
Air-cond., 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
663-0511
- -- C12
1335 GEDDES
Luxury 2-bedroom apt. with new fur-
nishings, wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, off-street parking: for fall.
Also other modern furnished 1, 2 and
3-man apts. in campus and hospital
locations, immediate and fall.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 days 761-4018 eves. & Sun
Cl-6
USED-CARS
1962 TRIUMPH TR4. Mint condition,
red, Michelin'x tires, radio, toneau,
service history avail. After 6 p.m..
482-2699. N2
FOR SALE-'59 Ford, 6-stick. Call 437-
1266, after 6. Nl
1961 OLDS. '98 Holiday Sedan. Four-
way power, factory air-cond., many
extras, good cond., no rust. NO 8-
8180 after 5. N3

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LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.50
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BLOOD QONORS
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Clay Evades Questions
About Military Career

By The Associated Press

111 ~W U J'atiad i NEW YORK-A tired and sub-
nig and thn stole another in the dued Cassius Clay returned by
fifth on Agee's base running. pae frm Cairoyesterday and
* * *denied that he had said he was
I coming home "to beat the draft."
Bosox, Senators Split "I didn't say anything like that,"
BOSTON-Boston's Bob Sad- said Clay on his arrival at Ken-
owski and Jose Santiago collab- nedy Airport, when asked about
orated on a three-hitter, pitching a story from Cairo May 25 quoting
the Red Sox to a 5-0 victory and him to that effect. "That's just
a split of a twi-night doublehead- some mad, angry reporter trying
er with the Washington Senators to get something started.
last night. "It would be ignorant to make
The Senators took the opener a statement like that. It would be
6-3 as Dick Bosman picked up his foolish to say anything like that."
first major league victory with re- The heavyweight champion how-
lief help from Ron Kline.e eclyegt ampion-
Sadowski allowed only an in- ever, declined to answer questions
field hit by Don Lock in the sec- on his draft status and whether
ond and a line single to right he was a conscientious objector.
center by Eddie Brinkman in the Clay is appealing his reclassifi-
third. He retired the next 18 bat- cation to 1-A which makes him
ters in order before tiring and subject to military call-up.
giving way to Santiago in the The undefeated boxer from
eighth. Louisville, Ky., visited the United

The plan to discontinue the $2
daily payments by individual
players was studied by the owners
at the major league meeting here,
May 3.
At the same meeting, the own-
ers told the players that it would
be illegal to take $150,000 annually1
from the pension fund to operateI
a players' office in New Yolk,
Marvin Miller of Pittsburgh, a
former official in the United Steel-
workers' Union, was elected to
head u the office during the off-
season.
Although Eckert's office would'
not comment, it is believed the
players will use their discontinued
pension payments to support the
office. With 500 major league
players each contributing $300,
the required $150,000 would be
available.
NEW YORK-The 15 coaches
of the National Football League
met yesterday to discuss inter-
pretation of rules, exchange of
game films, procedure for pre-
game warmups and registering of
injuries.
Mark Duncan, head of NFL of-
ficials, conducted the meeting.
Another session will be held today.
There were five new head
coaches present-Charley Winner
of St. Louis, Otto Graham of
Washington, Norb Hecker of At-
lanta, Bill Austin of Pittsburgh
and George Allen of Los Angeles,

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1965 HONDA C100, Helmet, 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468, Z42j
1965 DUCATI Diana, 3100 miles. Call
NO 5-6115, Tom. Z44T
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1965 HONDA 305 cc. Dream. Exe. cond.
1200 miles. $530. Call 761-3576. Z43
HONDA C-l00, only 416 miles, StoredI
all winter. NO 3-9623. Z24
1965 YAMAHA - Brand ew, never
driven. 80cc. 662-3651. Z26I
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
AuThori ed dealer for TRIUMPH -
SY AMA HA - BMIW - GILERA, 224 S
First. Phone 662-7409. Z
BLUE HONDA 150. Call evenings, NO
5-4258. 23
11965 HONDA 3U, exe.cond., under 3,000
miles, Call after 6, 761-3575. 2291
WE TRY HARDER. We have to, We're,
3 miles from town. Our campus cus-
tomers go to great lengths to get out-
here for sales, parts, and service
There must be a reason for it. HONDA
of Ann Arbor. Z27
World's FASTEST
Street 250:
The X-6 HUS'TLER
with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
means the most in RELIABILITY.
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at
SUZUKI Cycle Center
4040 Washtenow
761-2650

DROPPED on either Hill or Tappan St.
KODAK INSTAMATIC CAMERA. If
found call 668-8466, Reward, A33
LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
band. In a library during finals. Call
Bud, 764-0562, A30
LOST-Reward for information regard-
ir.g a bro n female lor:g hair stripped
catlt MAay 5, intie Forest-Forest
('.1 rea he'!s need(ed desperately to3
nurse her new born kittens. 063-4182.
A25
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SLINGERI AND Dri m 13B s totu,
snre hghha nud ride cymbals.
$200 twill accept more if offered).
663-46',, ask for Rob: call late. X251
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
518 William (Maynard House)

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Detroit Blood Service
404 W. Michigan

ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMERI
JOBS AVAILABLE
A great opportunity for aggressive
college students to earn a high in-
come distributing material to college
campuses all over the United States.
Comnbine summer travel with large
profit., or work part-time on your,
wn capus. Fall obs are also avail-
.:ble. conitact: Collegiate-Dept. D, 27
East 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
WANTED TO RENT
2 NURSES want 3rd female roommate
Phone 665-5022 aft sr 4 p.m. F44
TRANSPORTATION
FREE RIDE to California, end of June,
if you are a good driver, 665-3881. G26
WANTED TO BUY

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FOR SALE-I1964 Volskwagen. Spot less
Has Leverythin. ^.1250. Call after s $6 for Rh positive; $7, $10, and $12 for
668-7107. B37 Rh negative. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs.
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18 .21 years old need
LOST AND FOUND parent's permission. 483-1894.

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X24 WANTED - USED TAPE RECORDER.
-- - -- ------- ------- Call 663-4495. K50
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments Read and Use
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
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* * *
Two Willies HR
ATLANTA - Willie Mays and
Willie McCovey belted consecutive
. home runs in the first inning,
triggering San Francisco's 4-3
victory over Atlanta last night.
Mays' 12th homer of the year
was an inside-the-park blast
which skipped off the glove of
straining Henry Aaron and bounc-
ed against the center field fence,
It was the 517th of Mays' careerj
and pushed him within four of
Ted Williams, who ranks third on
the all-time list.
Jim Davenport was on base
with a walk when Mays connected.'
McCovey then slammed his 10th
homer of the season over the
center field fence.

Arab Republic after he stopped
Britain's Henry Cooper in the
sixth round of a title fight at
London May 21.
Asked about his patriotism and
whether he was proud to be an
American, Clay replied: "I'm not
saying anything about that. That's
a tough question."
* * -
NEW YORK-Baseball Commis-
sioner William D. Eckert has call-
ed a meeting here June 6 to advise
players of the owners' proposal
for discontinuing the individual
contributions to their pension
plan.
The commissioner's office said
yesterday that Eckert had sum-
moned the executive council, the
baseball pension committee and
the 20 player representatives.

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Outdoor Band Concert

FRIDAY, JUNE 3..

9-12 P.M.

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

NOW OPEN
THE GOLDEN FALCON
Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
314 S. Fourth Avenue
Serving Lunches, Dinners and Late Snacks
Live Music-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights

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"Foreign Car spoken here"
MIDAS has
MUFFLERS and PIPES

If you do you'll get right over to Ann Arbor Bank to open your
Specialcheck checking account. Why? Because it's the most eco-
nomical checking account available for you if you write just a
few checks a month. With Specialcheck account you just pay 10c
for each check you write and that's all! There's no service charge
or minimum balance required, and no charge in advance for
check-books. See Ann Arbor Bank about your Specialcheck check-
ing account.

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