THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
GIRL ROOMMATE needed for Fall. 2
bdrm., mod., furn., 2 man. Off Pack-
ard. Call 665-3200 after 6. F6
HAVE 4 MAN APT. Need 2 girls for
Fall. TU 1-4971 or TU 1-6981, F8
HI HANDSOME! Just a little ad to say
"hi:" Ju HI! F7
5TH GIRL NEEDED to share large
house near campus. Call Donna, 483-
IF YOUR HOME is for rent or sublet,
please CALL 761-1490. We need a 3
bedroom, unfurnished home, by Aug.
2 MALE undergrads seek 3rd student
to share apt. in Fall. Call Leonard
Rosen, 663-6358. F4
DANCE-Sat. nite at the Y, 350 S. Fifth
St.. AA. Live music, refreshments
9-12. Single people 25 years and up.
AS THE BALMY breezes of summer
drift in, thoughts just naturally turn
to the out of doors-get all picnic
STOCKMAN - Small engin. and parts.
Resp. for checking in, recording, dis-
pensing to shop ad selling at retail,
Automotive exp. helpful. Full time.
Phone 665-8637. H38
WANTED - Men students for Psych.
exp. One hour/$2. Tues., Wed. or
Thurs. 7:30. Call Rob, 764-6323, 10-2
PART-TIME JOB-Waitress. THANO'S
PLACE (Romanoff). Hours to be
arranged. 300 S. Thayer. H36
RESEARCH PROJECT needs undergrad
volunteers to read and evaluate
articles. 1 hour of time for $1.50 at
convenient location. Call 764-9496 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays. H37
One or two openings in personality
research-20 hours work total, at
$2.50/hour. No special background re-
All applicants will receive $1.50 for
completing brief, required application.
(This information will be used for
an unrelated study, now underway.)
phone Miss Taylor (9a .m.-4 p.m.)
APARTMENTS FOR FALL
4 to 6 man, newly furnished with
screened porch. 7*1-5691 or 1-884-3852.
FALL - For 2, 3, 4, or 5. Mod. furn.,
air-cond., balconies, quiet. Call 665-
BEAUTIFUL 4- or 5-man modern apt.
available for Fall. Air-conditioned. See
it at 1000 Oakland. For information,
call Dan or Jiro, 761-3785. C44
418 E. Washington
Furnished luxury one bdrm.-$177. Only
two available. NO 8-6906. C45
2 &3 Mans
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
21,s Blocks from Campus
Air-conditioned, carpeted, fully fur-
nished bi-levels with 1 large bedroom
and study. Paved and covered park-
SPECIAL TERMS FOR
afternoons and evenings
ROOMS FOR RENT--Excellent singles
and doubles, available now in all-
graduate house. 3 blocks from cam-
pus. Phone 663-5930 anytime. C36
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SAVE $8 to $10
On all new HONDAs during HONDA of
Ann Arbor's Summer Sales Festival.
Buy or order new at the home of the
nicest people since 1963, 3000 Packard
Rd., 665-9281. Zo1
FOR SALE-1964 Honda 90, mech. exc.,
moderate mileage. Extras. Best offer.
Call John, 761-3811, after 6. Z24
305 SCRAMBLER, 1966, 800 miles. Beau-
tiful cond. Never driven over 50 mph.
Must sell fast! Best offer. Ask for
Denny at 665-3433. Z26
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1966 MONTESSA 175cc, perf. cond. Less
than 1,000 miles. Best offer of $500 or
over. 449-2215. Z25
FOR SALE-1964 Yamaha 80. Only 2100
miles. Excellent condition. Call 761-
YAMAHA 125, '65. 4100 miles. Elec. start.
663-3878 or 764-0318, Z22
HI-FI STEREO FM receiver, 75 watt,
1 year old at %? price: $170. Ten
Have, 764-7516, days only. X26
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stockI
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
512 William (Maynard Street)
BANJOS, GUITARS, 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
Invaluable for writing cours- naoers
By The Associated Press
drove in five runs with a pair of
homers as the Baltimore Orioles
clubbed Detroit 13-3 last night
and stretched their American,
League lead over the second-place
Tigers to 91/2 games.
Robinson hit a three-run homer
in the opening inning as Detroit
starter Earl Wilson, bothered with
a sore elbow, made a hasty exit
without retiring a batter.
Robinson's second homer, which
extended his league lead to 25,
came in the fourth off Dave Wick-
ersbam following a single by win-
ning pitcher Eddie Watt.
Watt, a rookie reliever making
only his~ second start, further
helped his own cause in the sixth
when he and Curt Blefary smack-
ed solo homers off Johnny Podres.
Baltimore's devastating 18-hit
attack included two-run singles
by Brooks Robinson and Russ
Snyder in the fifth as the Orioles
scored five unearned runs follow-
ing an error by Norm Cash.
Watt struck out seven while
bringing his record to 7-1. He
allowed eight hits, three by Jim
Northrup. Willie Horton drove in
three runs with an eighth inning
homer, a single and a sacrifice fly.
* * * o
THE place for the "IN" crowd, but
you're welcome even if you are a little
New 85cc trail or road, only $310 full
price-incl. tax, title, lic., while they
23257 Woodward, 548-4488
Ferndale, north of Detroit
1965 HONDA 0100. Helmet. 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468. Z42
HONDA C-100. Only 416 miles. Stored
all winter. NO 3-9623. Z24
50 to 250 cc.
Service on Most Makes
HONDA PARTS AND SERVICE
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
Open every night 'til midnight
TV RENTALS - Lowest student rates.
Call Hi F Studio, 663-7242. 121 W.
Washington St. Free Delivery. F7
NEED EXTRA MONEY?
Full or Part Time Work
-be your own boss, too
$25.00-$50.00-and more per month is
possible, working part time. Not a
door-to-door proposition, no phone
soliciting, no quota to meet, no age
limit, nO "franchise fee," no training
period. Come to the Ann Arbor
YMCA-YWCA Tuesday, July 19, 8:00
p.m., to get the full story. Ask for
Mr. Campbell or Mr. Hoey. F2
Position avail. for computer program-
mer to work on FORTRAN, UMAP,
and IBM 360 coding and data man-
agement. AB degree and 1 years exp.:
math 473 or equiv. exp. Full or half
time. Call 764-2115 to make appt. for
and Howard each had three hits,
with Howard driving in two runs.
* * *
White Sox Win
CLEVELAND - Pinch-hitter
Smoky Burgess' sacrifice fly in
the ninth inning last night lifted
the Chicago White Sox past Cleve-
Don Buford walked to open the
ninth and moved to third on
Tommy Agee's single. Burgess then
hit for relief pitcher Hoyt Wil-
helm and hit a fly to rightfield,
Buford scoring after the catch.
The White Sox tied it at 4-4 in
the seventh when, with the bases
loaded and two out, John O'Don-
oghue relieved Jack Kralick with
a 1-0 count on Tom McCraw and
walked him, forcing in a run.
Cleveland jumped off to . a
three-run lead in the first when
Chuck Hinton hit his sixth home
run with a man on and Fred
Whitfield clouted his 14th.
* * *
Reds Outlast Cubs
CHICAGO - Don Pavletich's
18th inning homer broke up the
longest game in the majors this
year and gave the Cincinnati Reds
a 3-2 victory over the Chicago
Pavletich smashed his eighth
homer of the season with two out
in the 18th after the teams had
played eight scoreless innings. The
shot came off Ferguson Jenkins,
the Cubs' third pitcher.
Chicago left 18 men on base,
threatening repeatedly in the
extra innings. Joe Nuxhall, Cin-
cinnati's third pitcher, who work-
ed the last three innings, was
SCincinnati had tied the game
with two out in the ninth when
Gordy Coleman's double scored
Astros Crush Phils
HOUSTON-Pitcher Dick Far-
rell walloped a three-run homer,
and hurled the Houston Astros to
an 8-2 victory over Philadelphia
last night in the first game played
over a surface completely covered
with artificial grass.
Astroturf, the grass substitute
which covered the infield in the
Houston Astrodome for the first
half of the season, was extended
to the outfield with no apparent
effect on the play.
Farrell, who also had two sin-
gles, hammered his homer in the
sixth inning after Bill Health had
singled and Bob Aspromonte had
reached first on Dick Groat's
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
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19-in, all channel portables for
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamonad, 1209 S. University. 663-7151.
WANTED - Man to share apt. Fall-
Winter term. $57.50 monthly. Call
Battle Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark.
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 timne 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
SALESMAN to start now. Professional
opportunity, married, 22-30, Bachelor's
degree. Phone 453-4030 for interview.
COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
ning work at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes as pin
jumper. Apply in the evening. H33
ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
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.
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.
250cc TT, '66 Scramblers
We carry complete parts
23257 Woodward, 548-4488
Ferndale, north of Detroit
WANTED-Used bicycles--3 speed only.
Also junk motorcycles. Will pick up
motorcycles only. Cal 662-6986. After
7 p~m. cal 761-0749.
STUDENT BIKE SHOP
1135 E. Huron
or theses, reviewing for exams, doing WASHINGTON - Jim Perry
research projects in the arts, sciences pitched a two-hitter and drove in
or humanities. two runs as the Minnesota Twins
Call Geo. Gitzendanner, 761-3607 whipped the Washington Senators
after 6 p.m. or write 536 S. Forest, 4-0 last night and completed a
19A, for free demonstration.
J20 sweep of a twi-night doubleheader.
Jim Kaat won his 13th in the
FOR SALE opener with Harmon Killebrew's
GOLF CLUBS-Full set Wilson clubs- single driving in the winning run
7 irons, 3 woods; used less than 8 in a 5-4 victory.
times. Will bargain. Call 662-8196 Frank Howard lined a one-hop-
after 6 p.m. B10 per back to Perry in the fourth
FOR SALE-1964 Volkswagen. Spotless, inning and the ball shot off the
Has everything. $1250. Call after 5. pitcher's glove towards third base
668-7107. B37 for the Senators' first hit. Don
BARGAIN CORNER I Blasingame's bunt single in the
The Phillies had grabbed a two-
run lead in the third when Jim
Bunning doubled, Tony TayIor
tripled and Johnny Callison sin-
gled-all with two out,
Houston went ahead with four"
runs in the fourth, three of them
on Jim Wynn's 15th homer.
* * *
Cards Nip Braves
ST. LOUIS - Charlie Smith
singled home Bob Tolan in the
12th inning, giving the St. Louis
Cardinals a 10-9 victory over the
Atlanta Braves last night.
Tolan went into run for Orlando
Cepeda, who doubled to open the
inning. Then, after Mike Shannan
sacrificed Tolan to third, Smth.
delivered his hit.
Joe Torre socked a grand-slam
in the first inning off starter
Tracey Stallard, and then hit
solo homer, his 24th of the season,
to break a 7-7 tie in the seventh
inning. The Braves also scored"
another run in the inning.
The Cards knotted the score
the first time< with a .seven-runs
outburst against starter Tony
Cloninger and reliever Clay Car-
roll in the sixth inning. Then, in
the seventh, Smith homered after
Mike Shannon singled off Chi Chi'
Olivo to make it 9-9.
Tim McCarver featured the big
inning with his sixth homer and
a run-producing single. our of
the runs were unearned as a
result of Eddie Mathews' error.
By The Associated Press
AKRON, Ohio - The PGA's
golden anniversary tournament
begins tomorrow with the game's
top stars harboring various rea-.
sons for wanting to win the final
major championship of 1966.
Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer,
Gary Player, Billy Casper and
Doug Sanders are among those
who have an ax to grind In the
72-hole battle across the vast field,
of the Firestone Country Club
which measures 7,180 yards and
carries a challenging par of 35-
Nicklaus is gunning for a three-
quarter slam. If he tacks the PGA
to his Master's and British Open
victories, he'll become the first
player to win three major titles
since Ben Hogan won the Masters,
the British, the U.S. Open and
then didn't compete in the 1953
Palmer is still somewhat shock-
ed from his big blowup loss to
Casper in this year's Open and a
triumph this week would gilt
Arnie's somewhat tarnished image.
Player, the 1965 golfer of the
year, has virtually done nothing
this year in the way of winning.
The diminutive South African was
one of the first pros to appear at.
Firestone and has been practicing
diligently since last Friday in an
effort to shape up his game.
Casper has been the steadiest
golfer on tour this year, and "Buf
falo Bill" could all but wrap up
1966 honors by stringing the PGA
title to his recent U.S. Open and
Western Open triumphs.
Sanders usually is in the run-
ning, but the quick-witted sport
with the flashy outfits never has
won a major championship, al-
though he came close in the Brit-
ish Open when he finished two
strokes behind Nicklaus.
761-4018 eves. & Sun.
To train a new kind of specialist- URGENTLY NEEDED
In the teaching of science, math,
reading, etc., to children under age $6 for Rh positive; $7, $10 and $12 for
six, especially disadvantaged. Excel- Rh negative. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs.
lent career opportunities at leadership 9-4: Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
and planning levels, as interest in parent's permission. 483-1894.
quality preschool education mounts., PIA T
Funds recently received for limited YPSILANTI
number of $2,500 fellowships begin- Detroit Blood Service
ning fall '66, providing a year of aca-
demic study and active participation USED CARS
in an exciting research and develop-I
ment program. Able, aggressive, and1
independent students invited to ap- 1963 AAB-$250 or best offer. Cal
ply, regardless of undergraduate ma- 482-6271. N
jor. Write to Dr. Carl Bereiter, In-
stitute for Research on Exceptional 1965 JAG XKE. 4.2 liter, conv., Met.
Children, University of Illinois, Ur- Blue. Excel, cond. New Michelin X
bana, Illinois 61802. F38 tires, new Blaupumkt radio. Call NO
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
desirable features of our bldg.
Still a few apts. available for summer.
APARTMENTS FOR FALL-Luxury 2
bdrm. apts.,rair-cond., disposal,.park-1
ing. Well furn. Opp. Field House, Call
761-5690. If no answer call 1-864-3582.
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
NEW AND OLD BUILDINGS
Efficiencies, 1 & 2 Bedroom
Patrick J. Pulte Inc.
SATURDAYS 9-5-NO 2-5244
NEW, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-4 persons.
Office: 545 Church St.
RENT A CYCLE
From $3.25 an hour.
University Motorcycle Sales
211 E. Ann
TIRES-All types and sizes-Road, Race,
Srambles, Trials. Tachometers for
HONDA, Yamaha, Suzuki, Bridge-
stone, BSA, BMW.
HONDA of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard Rd.
NICHOLSON M='C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH -
YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 224 S.
First. Phone 662-7409. 7
VISIT OUR Western Store - Boots,
Clothes, Hats, Lee Jeans, Saddles &
Tack, Schneder Western Supply, 2635
Saline Road, 1 mile from U of M
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White" and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
ninth was Washington's only other
Tovar Drives in Two
Perry singled following Cesar
Tovar's double in the fifth. Both
Tovar and Perry drove in runs
with sacrifice flies in the seventh
following Don Mincher's single
and Phil Ortega's throwing error
on an attempted sacrifice.
Tovar's squeeze bunt produced
another run in the ninth.
Killebrew's two-out single in the
Major League Standings
eighth inning scored Tovar with
the winning run in the opener.
Tovar forced Zoilo Versalles, who
had walked, and took second on
an infield out.
Kaat weathered the Senators'
13-hit attack, confining the scor-
ing to two innings. Ken McMullen
The X-6 HUSTLER
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Tues., 7-12-S.U. & Church-
Black rim glasses. 482-5507. Al
8-6767 after 5 p.m. N24
TRIUMPH TR4-1963, overdrive, radio,
heater, luggage rack, Toneau, in good
running cond. Price $1250. 665-4617.
SUMMER STUDENTS? FACULTY?
We get compliments galore from visitors who check
our infinite variety of recorded entertainment. For
the best record collection in your hometown, choose
from the nationally famous Liberty Music Shop
417 E. Liberty NO 2-0675
FALL & SUMMER RENTALS
From $60 per person
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
Many other extras
MODEL APT. OPEN
536 S. Forest
10-6, Every Day
FURNISHED ROOMS for Summer only.
NO 8-6906. Ul
1 GIRL WANTED for rest of summer
to share lovely 4-room apartment
with one other. Shady street, 3 blocks
from campus, rent negotiable. 308 E.
Jefferson. Come see or call 665-2379.
WANTED TO RENT
INDIVIDUAL WISHES to rent mod. ef-
ficiency or 1 bldm. apt. for rest of
summer. Call or leave message for
Mike, after 8 p.m., NO 2-3219. L10
3 BEDROOM HOME-Wanted to rent or
sublet; unfurnished, by Aug. 1. Phil-
lips executive family. CALL 761-1490.
WANTED FOR FALL - West of and
preferably close to campus, with bed-
room, living room, kitchen and bath.
Willing to pay what the place is
worth, maybe more.
Contact Thomas R. Copi at 662-
8183 or 764-0552. L9
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STATEMENT OF CONDIION JUNE 30,1966
Cash and Due from Banks
U.S. Government and Federal Agency
Securities, Less Reserve
Public Housing Authority and Municipal Bonds
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Loans and Discounts, Less Reserve
Real Estate Mortgage Loans
Bank Premises and Equipment
with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
means the most in RELIABILITY.
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at
SUZUKI Cycle Center
Minnesota 5-4, Washington 4-0
Chicago 5, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 13, Dietroit 3
Kansas City at New York (rain)
Caliornia at Boston (rain)
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
Minnesota at Washington (n)
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at New York (n)
California at Boston (n)
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2 (18 Inn)
Houston 8, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 10, Atlanta 9 (12 inn)
Only games scheduled
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Phladelphia at Houston (n)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (n)
New York at San Francisco
Atlanta at St. Louis (n)
Time Deposits ,
Reserve for Unearned Interest
Reserve for Interest and Taxes
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