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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1969

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Tigers, Orioles Win; Indians Lose

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Willie Horton tri-
pled in the seventh inning and
scored the tie-breaking run on
Bill Freehan's sacrifice fly as the
Detroit Tigers edged Boston 2-1
last night behind the three-hit
pitching of Mickey Lolich and two
relievers.
Lolich, who yielded a second
inning homer to Tony Conigliaro,
picked up his sixth victory in
nine decisions with relief help
from Larry Sherry and Johnny
Podres.
Lolich tripled leading off the
third inning and scored the ty-
ing run on Dick McAuliffe's sac-
rifice fly.
Conigliaro tried to make a shoe-
string catch of Lolich's sinking
liner, but it skipped past him and

singled across a run with the kees to a 7-2 victory over the1
bases loaded in the 12th inning, Cleveland Indians last night.
climaxing a three-run rally that Both homers came in the fifth
gave Baltimore a 6-5 victory over inning, with Richardson's break-
Washington last night. ing a 2-2 tie. An infield single
The Orioles' rally wiped out a by Roger Maris was sandwiched
5-3 lead the Senators had taken between the two blasts.
in the top of the 12th on Ken Mc- The victory, the first for the
Mullen's two-run single. Yankees in six games with the
With one out in the bottom Indians this season, went to Fritz
half, Russ Snyder walked and Peterson 4-4. The 24-year-old left-
scored on Andy Etchebarren's tri- hander went the distance, giving
ple. Pinch hitter Woodie Held up five hits and striking out nine.
then tied the game with a single. * *
Luis Aparacio followed with an- Bunning Wins Eighth
other single, and the runners mov-
ed to second and third when Ed PHILADELPHIA-Jim Bunning
Brinkman bobbled the throw. Boog checked Cincinnati on three hits
Powell was walked intentionally, for his eighth straight victory as
loading the bases, before Robin- Philadelphia defeated the Reds
son singled for the winning run. 5-1 last night.

double, an error and Sandy Val-
despino's sacrifice fly.
The Twins loaded the bases in
the fourth on Don Mincher's dou-
ble and two walks before Kaat
singled for a 4-1 margin.
Braves Blast Mets
NEW YORK-Joe Torre's three-
run homer climaxed a seven-run
explosion in the fifth inning that
powered the Atlanta Braves to an
11-6 victory over the New York
Mets last night.
The victory was the fourthf
straight for the Braves after a
seven-game losing streak.
Atlanta spotted the Mets five
runs in the first three innings be-
fore roaring from behind in the
fifth.
Rico Carty led off the inning
with a single, and rookie Felix
Millan followed with a double, his
first of three hits. Pinch hitter
Mike de la Hoz then singled for
one run and, after a walk filled
the bases, Woody Woodward sin-

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PERSONAL
DEAR LONE RANGER,
Summer Weekend is Fri. and Sat.
We're having a big UPRISING. NEED
YOU!!

Tonto

F61

SCHOLARS SUMMER SUBLET
on campus SUMMER SUBLET-Start June 28, for
ONE MAN-TWO MAN-COUPLES married couple or grad student. New
Tastefully furnished new apartments bldg. at 1302 S. Main. ear4U761-2383
with concrete walls and ceilings after 4_U4_
to insure quite and privacy. SUMMER SUBLET-Spacious 3 rm. apt.,
Phone: 662-7961 afternoons & evenings summer semester. Reasonable. 665-
024 8181. UT5

rolled to the barrier at
foot mark.
* * *
Orioles Win in
BALTIMORE-Frank
NMajor
NATIONAL LEAGUI

the 325- ' Bunning, who has lost only
Yanks Top Indians once, was aided by Bill White's
two-run inside-the-park homer in
12th CLEVELAND - Home runs by the first inning and Cookie Ro-
Bobby Richardson and Joe Pepi- jas' blast into the left field stands
Robinson tone powered the New York Yan- in the seventh.
The big right-hander struck out
Lea(u Sta d os14 and waked "one.
" gIt was the Phils' eighth victory
in the last nine games and 11th
E AMERICAN LEAGUE in the last 13.
~ ~ 1 I T Dr GB t~

2 FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED FOR
FALL to share mod. 4-man apt, at
S.U. and Washtenaw. Call Sydney,
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 342-4659. C22

MODERN 2 BDRM. APTS.
Leasing for Fall and Summer Sublets
Call 662-7961, afternoons
and evenings.

C.2s1

San Francisco 33 20 .623 - Cleveland 30
Los Angeles 32 20 .615 % Baltimore 311
Pittsburgh 30 20 .600 1' Detroit 291
Philadelphia 29 21 .580 24 eChicago 25
Houston 28 24 .538 4% California 25F
Cincinnati 21 26 .447 9 Minnesota 22
Atlanta 24 30 .444 9? New York 22
St. Louis 21 27 .438 9z Washington 23
New York 17 27 .386 11Y Kansas City 18t
Chicago -5 35 .300 16: Boston 19

18 .625
19 .620 ~-
19 .604 1
23 .521 5
26 .490 61
25 .468 7'
25 .468 7
29 .442 9
29 .383 11%
31 .380 12

gled in another.
Dick Selma relieved starter RobF
Gardner and yielded a two-runFALL 66
single to Hank Aaron before Torre NEW, completely furnished, close-in
capped the uprising with his 14th apartments. Available for 2-4 persons.
homer, a shot over the left field DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
wall. Office 545 Church St.
761-7600

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 8, Chicago 6
Pittsburgh 9, St. Louis 1
Atlanta 11, New York 6
Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati I
Houston 10, San Francisco 9
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Houston (n)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
Atlanta at New York (n)
Los Angeles at Chicago

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Cleveland 2
Baltimore 6, Washington 5 (12 inn)
Detroit 2, Boston I
Minnesota 6, Kansas City 1
California 3, Chicago 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at California (n)
Kansas City at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Detroit (n)
New York at Cleveland (n)
Washington at Baltimore (2, t-n)

Twins Whip A's
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Jim Kaat, shelled for seven hits in
the first four innings, held Kansas
City to one hit in the last five as
the Minnesota Twins whipped the
Athletics 6-1 last night.
The Minnesota- left-hander, now
6-4, yielded a third-inning homer
by Ed Charles but stymied the A's
thereafter while driving in two
runs himself with a fourth-inning
single.
Minnesota moved in front 2-1
:n the third inning on Bernie
Allen's single, Zoilo Versalles'

C28

ITORNUNG CONTROVERSY:
Rumors Fly in Football Clash

Pirates Stomp Cards
PITTSBURGH - Roberto Cle-
mente triggered an eight-run
eighth-inning rally with a single
and climaxed it with a three-run
homer as the Pittsburgh Pirates
whipped St. Louis 9-1 for their
sixth straight victory last night.
Clemente's single was the first'
of five straight for the Pirates.
The next two, by Willie Stargell
and Jerry Lynch, broke a 1-1
deadlock, and another by Jim Pag-
liaroni brought Don Dennis in for
Bob Gibson.
Before Clemente ended the rally
with his homer into the right field
stands, Donn Clendenon drove in
a run with a single, pitcher Don
Cardwell with a bases-loaded walk
and Bob Bailey with a ground out.
Cardwell stopped the Cardinals
on four hits, allowing only a first-
inning run on Orlando Cepeda's
sacrifice fly.
Tigers Draft
'M's Gilliooley

NOW LEASING FOR FALL
SOME SUMMER SUBLETS
AVAILABLE
New and old buildings,
all sizes and prices.
Potrick 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
1 FEMALE GRAD, student seeks room-
mate for Fall semester. Call Maddle,
761-0637. 017
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
C121

SUBLET-4 bdrm. home, 849 E. Univ.
Avail, until Fall. Furnished. 761-3928.
U2
SUMMER SUBLET-HURON TOWERS
studio apt. Call after 11 p.m., 662-
0293. Ul
AIR-CONDITIONED apartment avail-
able for one or two men June 23-
Aug. 23. Color TV,swimming pool'
available. $40 per month sacrifice.
Call 761-3576, ask for Clarence or
Alan, or call 764-0552, ask for Clar-
ence. U
SUMMER SUBLET for Summer Session.
SWIMMING POOL, covered parking,
party room. $39/mo. 1001 E. Univer-
sity, No. 2A. Call 665-3883 or 665-7276,
U12
521 WALNUT - Large furnished room
for male. Summer $35. NO 8-6906. U14
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
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 0100, Helmet, 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468. Z42
3 RM, FURN. APT. 726 Oakland. Call
Mrs. Bella Collins, 665-8392, or call
Jim Collins, 663-2644. U43
NOW A /AILABLE
Summer Apt. Modern, air-cond. Very
cheap. Need one man. Call 665-5970
NOW!! ! U50
GIRL TO SHARE 2 bdrm Island Dr.
apt, air-cond., pool, parking, fac.,
etc. $70 per mo. 663-9181 after 5. U3
HELP WANTED
MALE HELP-Summer Jobs-Riviters,
Assemblers, General Labor. Highest
starting rates. Apply at: Dunnage
Eng. Co. Brighton, Mich. H3
WANTED-Male grad student with car.
Apt. with garage in exchange for
maintenance work. NO 3-2588. H10
MANAGER for coffee house in campus
area. Part-time.n662-4466 for inter-
view appointment, H8
$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, H41
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER

Lucy

WANTED-Man to share apt. Fall-Win-
ter term. $57.50 monthly. Call Battle
Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark. F5
MOTHER won't let me go to Europe.
Sacrifice price on June 28-Aug. 23
Europe Chaiter Flight ticket, Call
John, 764-7200, days. . F4
HI HANDSOME-I can't think of any-
thing to say . . . rather unbeievable:
a silent version, oh well. F
FEMALE FIGURE MODEL, $5 per hour.
Reply P.O. Box 2012. F48
ROSES are Red,
Hearses are Black,
Fan Club 313
Please come back. F50
KITTENS LOOKING for good home.
Males and females, housebroken, very
friendly. Call 665-6260. F47
TV RENTALS - Lowest student rates.
Call Hi Fi Studio, 663-7242. 121 W.
Washington St. Free Delivery. F7
RALPH'S WE LOVE YOU!!!
The Ralph's Fan Club
RALPH'S MARKET
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
709 Packard
DEAR CHARLIE BROWN,
I guess you know by now that
Summer Weekend is June 10-11. I've
got my bow and arrow, HOW ABOUT
YOU?

KITTY-Are you there? Send me your
address-Wass. F46
AIR-CONDITIONED apartment avail-
able for one or two men June 23-
Aug. 23, Color TV, swimming pool
available. $40 per month sacrifice.
Call 761-3576, ask for Clarence or
Alan, or call 764-0552, ask for Clar-
ence. F4
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check iti Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151
F
ROSES are Red,
Violets are Blue,
Fan Club 313
Who the hell are you? F1
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. P18
HI HANDSOME! Are you all set to
spend a weekend in the sun? F7
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. P14
WANTED-A ride to Grand Rapids on
the weekend of the 10th! Call Sara
at 665-7260. F7
TIME ON YOUR HANDS?
Do something creative. Join The Mich-
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LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
band. In a library during finals. Call
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LOST-Reward for information regard-
irg a brown female long hair stripped
cat lost May 5, in the Forest-Forest
Ct. area She's needed desperately to
nurse her new born kittens, d63-4162.
A25
FORSALE
FOR SALE-Twin size roll-away bed.
Spring mattress. Brand new. 761-1924
after 6 p.m. Bi
SAIL BOATS-NEW SCORPIONS, 13 ft.
and 9 inches long. $503 complete.
761-4802. B3
HOU81EHOLD GOODS, must sell, Re-
,°frigerator, $25. Furniture, mattress,
odds and ends. Call 663-7832. B1
TICKET FOR SALE-Student Charter
flight to Europe, Detroit-London-De-
troit, June 26-Aug. 23. Call Ozzie,
322-3220 or LO 1-0741, Ozzie. B2
21" TUbe: $25. 663-4877 (Rob). Call
late. B48
INEXPENSIVE FURNITURE-Must sell
-Sofa bed, 2 chairs, triple dresser.,
Double cnest, odds and ends. Call
662-0879 weekdays after 5 p.m., week-
ends all day. B46
FOR SALE-1964 Volskwagen. Spotless.
Has everything. $1250. Call after' 5,
668-7107, B37
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BANJOS. GUITARb, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SLINGERLAND Drums, Bass, tom,
snare, high hat and ride cymbals.
$200 (will accept more if -offered).
663-4877, ask for Rob; call late. X25
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
518 William (Maynard House)
NO 2-5578
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to NYC Friday, June
10, a.m. NO 3-5012 or 764-7846. 029
2 PEOPLE WANT RIDE to Chicago for
Friday, June 10. Call Larry at 665-
6314.G28
2 NURSES want 3rd female roommate
Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. P44
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.50
"White," and 5 Colors
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By The Associated Press #
DALLAS, Tex. - The Dallas'
Times Herald said yesterday that
Sonny Werblin, owner of the New
York Jets of the American Foot-
ball League, has Paul Hornung's
contract for 1967 in his pocket.
The paper, quoting an unnamed
AFL spokesman on Hornung's
contract, said the Green Bay
Packer halfback, one of the great'
stars of the National Football
League, was paid a bonus of $150,-
000 to play out his option in 1966
and then sign with the Jets for
three years.-
In New York Werblin denied
any dealings with Hornung.
Lombardi Comments
"He's got to be a fool to print'
a story like that," commented
Vince Lombardi, coach and gen-
eral manager of the Packers.
Lombardi made the comment
prior to a dinner of the National
1,000 Yard Club at Menasha, Wis.
Hornung was not immediately
available for comment.
At the same dinner, John Henry
Johnson, veteran Pittsburgh Stel-
ler fullback, and John David Crow,
another veteran back of the San
Francisco 49ers, both said they had
been contacted by AFL clubs but
didn't name them. Both said they
had not yet signed for 1966.
Meanwhile in California, Paul
towe of the San Diego Chargers,
the all-time rushing leader in the
AFL, said he had been contacted
by the rival NFL, but declined to
identify the team.
AFL Demands
Additionally, the Times Herald
continued, AFL negotiators are
going all the way in demands for
settlement of the dispute with the
NFL over signing of veterans.
A timetable asked by the AFL
in return for full and everlasting
peace is as follows:
Common draft in 1966.
NFL-AFL All-Star game in
January, 1967.
Championship game matching
the league's two winners at the
end of the 1967 season.
Full merger of a 28-team circuit
in 1968, to be composed of two
14-team leagues of seven-team
divisions each, mixing in the AFL
members on a geographical and
indiscriminate basis.
Four New Teams?
To get the 28-team line-up, four
new teams would be granted
franchises in the new combined
National Football League. Three
of these teams would be in New
Orleans, Cincinnati and Seattle,
the Times Herald said.
Hornung's name is added to a
list which now includes Pete Go-
galak, Roman Gabriel of Los An-
geles, quarterback John Brodie of
the San Francisco 49ers.
An AFL official told the news-,
paper that one other NFL quarter-
back of top rank is negotiating
with an AFL team.
NFL Against Merger

giving up its 47-year-old identity,
or allowing the nine existing AFL
teams to come within that identity
on a basis of parity.
The newspaper reported nego-
tiations are proceeding on an al-
most hourly basis with Lamar
Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs,
Ralph Wilson of Buffalo, William
Sullivan of Boston and president
of the league representing the
AFL, and Tex Schramm of the
Dallas Cowboys, George Halas of
the Chicago Bears, and Commis-
sioner Pete Rozelle, representing
the NFL.
Rozelle Denies Agreement
Rozelle confirmed that talks had
been going on between the leagues'
owners this year, but denied an
agreement.
"If an agreement had been
reached in these discussions, it
would have been announced,"
Rozelle said. "I have no announce-
ment to make at this time."
On another front, the Washing-
ton Star said yesterday that a bill
sponsored by Sen. Philip Hart (D-

Mich) freeing pro football as well
as baseball from certain aspects
of antitrust legislation, may be
the key to a common draft be-
tween the circuits.
"That may be the answer"
wrote Lewis F. Atchison, quoting a
source close to the leagues. "There
are so many angles to this thing,
including what the Justice Depart-
ment thinks, that nobody wants
to discuss it publicly, but the

owners are talking about it." By The Associated Pressj
NEW YORK - Bob Gilhooley,
Oilers Sign Ladd captain of the 1966 Michigan base-
HOUSTON--The Houston Oilers ball team, was drafted by De-
announced yesterday defensive troit for its Syracuse Triple A
tackle Ernie Laddhas signedafarm team in the major league
1966 contract wi tthe American free-agent draft yesterday.
FootballnLeaguei team AEach team was allowed one pick,
each Triple A team got one, Dou-
Ladd, an all-AFL player who ble A teams were allowed two, and
became a free agent May 1, 1966, Class A teams had unlimited
after playing out his option with choice.
the San Diego Chargers, was in- Gilhooley played shortstop and
volved in a previous trade between outfield in his three years at Mich-
the Oilers and the Chargers, but igan and was voted most valu-
the trade was nullified early this able player by his teammates this
year by former commissioner Joe year. Gilhooley batted .292 in his
Foss. final season as a Wolverine.

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Luxury 2-bedroom apt. with new fur-
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Also other modern furnished 1, 2 and
3-man apts. in campus and hospital
locations, immediate and fall.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
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Foreign Visitors
The following are the foreign visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
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Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center. 764-2148.
Dr. Kotso Nathaniels, mayor of Lome,
Togo, Africa, June 11-15.
Norman MacKenzie, University of
Sussex, England, June, 12-14.
Dr. Saad Gadalla, Ford Foundation
fellow from Egypt, May 31- June 24.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Federal Service Entrance Examination
-Due to the large number of posi-
tions still open in the Ill., Ind., Ken-
tucky, Mich., Ohio, and Wis. area the
FSEE will remain open for applications
until Aug. 31, 1966. Opportunities cover
wide range of fields. Use application
found at the Bureau of Appointments
or on back page of the FSEE announce-
ment. Send it to U.S. Civil Service
Commission, Main Post Office Bldg.,
Chicago, Il., 60607. Test dates for all
cities in this area will be determined

after sufficient applications are re-'
ceived. Applicants will be notified of
time and place of exams.
-INTERVIEW: THURS., JUNE 9-
Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
-School of Business Administration.
Dr. S. A. Zeff will interview prospec-
tive students; especially interested in
Engineers Science and L.S.&A. grads
for work toward MBA and PhD de-
grees. Make appointments at Bureau
of Appointments, 764-7460.
POSITION OPENINGS:
IIT Research Institute, Chicago, 111.
-Recent graduate for position in tech-
nical personnel field. Recruitment of
technicians, service and administra-
tive personnel, Some personnel exper-
ience preferred, 2-years total.
Ekco Containers, Inc., Wheeling, Ill.
-Position in industrial design, three
dimensional phases of package designa
and related graphics. Degree in In-
dustrial Design required, 1-2 years ex-
per, preferred, but new grads consid-
ered,
Carver Community Center, Peoria, Ill.
-Executive Director for promotion of
recreational, educational and civic ac-
tivities for the community, all ages
and levels. BA in social sciences or
experience equivalent in administrative
community program.
Northeast Michigan Child Guidance
Clinic, Alpena, Mich.-Clinical Psychol-
ogist for clinic serving parents and
children for projectives, consultation
and treatment. Opportunity for pri-
vate practice and teaching; includes
administrative responsibilities, and liai-
son with agencies. PhD or MA plus
two years clinical experience.
Wrigley-Packer Supermarkets, Detroit,
Mich.-Recent male grad for person-
niel trainee position. Work in all facets
of personnel relations, industrial re-
lations, and marketing. Bus. Ad. de-
gree, no exper.

Local Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich. -
Recreational Therapist to work with
adult and adolescent psychiatric pa-
tients. Female, degree in psychology,
active physically, some knowl. of sports
or recreation, 6 mos. in psychiatric ac-
tivities setting preferred, immediate
opening.
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
Teacher Placement Interview - On
Thurs., June 9 and Fri., June 10,
Edward Haskins from the International
School of Bangkok will interview can-
didates for Foreign Language Depart-
ment Head and Math Department
Head. Master's and experience required.
For additional information and ap-
pointment contact Miss Collins, Bureau
of Appointments. Education Division,
3200 SAB, 764-7462.
ORGAN IZATION
' NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
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B'nai W'rith Hillel Foundation, Sab-
bath service. Address: "Prof. Mordecai
M. Kaplan; An Appraisal," Fri., June
10, 7:15 p.m., Present Chapel, 1429 Hill
St.
University Lutheran Chapel, Midweek
devotion, Wed., June 8, 10 p.m., 1511
Washtenaw.

NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH
YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 224
First. Phone 662-7409.

S.
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umper. 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 i,
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

GIRL GRADUATE student looking for
own room in apt. or house with
others. Starting late Aug. Call Judy,
663-9246, L3
2 MEN WANT III B sublet. Any apt.,
any location, lowish price. All details
to Fred Shadko, 18313 Woodingham,
Detroit 21. L4
WANTED - CHEAP, a parking space
close to Church and S. Univ. for fall
and winter terms. Write Liz Rhein,
24200 Radclift, Oak Park, Mich, L2

LEVI'S Supersim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White"-$5.98
TURTLENECKS-$1.69
(15 Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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 HUSTLER
with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warrar.ty,
means the most in RELIABILITY.
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10, and $12 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs.
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. 483-1894.
YPSILANTI
Detroit Blood Service
404 W. Michigan

PAID PSYCHOLOGICAL
SUBJECTS WANTED
at Mental Health Research Institute
Call Miss Heck at 764-2583
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

SUZUKI Cycle Center
4040 Washtenaw
761-2650
Z31

ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
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.
Combine summer travel with large
profits, or work part-time on your
own campus. Fall jobs are also avail-
able. Contact: Collegiate-Dept. D, 27
East 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.

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Friday, June 10, 7:15 P.M.
Address:
Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan: An Appraisal"
(Honoring his 85th Birthday)
By Dr. Jacobs

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