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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
White Sox Blank Tigers, 5-0

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Tommy Agee's three
run double in the sixth inning
and a pair of key hits by Tom
McCraw lifted the Chicago White
Sox to a 5-0 victory over the De-
troit Tigers last night.
John Buzhardt scattered seven
hits and recorded his fifth vic-
tory against six losses while Earl
Wilson took the defeat, his ninth
in 18 decisions. Four of Buz-
hardt's victories have been shut-
outs.
Tom McCraw, who had three
hits for the Sox, tripled in the
second inning and scored on Agee's
fly to left. Don Buford walked in
the fourth, stole second for his
27th theft of the season and came
across on McCraw's two-out dou-
ble.
In the sixth, Wilson walked
Wayne Causey and Buford with
one out. The runners moved up
when McCraw was purposely walk-
ed, filling the bases. Agee then
drilled the first pitch off the left
field wall driving in all three
runners.
Birds Smash Indians
BALTIMORE-Three home runs,
including Frank Robinson's 30th
of the season, lifted the Baltimore
Orioles to a 7-1 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night.
Dave McNally, who won his 10tH
game of the season, opened the
seventh with his third straight
single. After Boog Powell walked,
Robinson rocked reliever Dick
Radatz for a three-run homer.
Court Rules in
Braves' Favor

Rookie Larry Haney and veteran
Luis Aparicio also homered for
the Orioles.
Haney, playing his first major
league game after being recalled
from Rochester to bolster Balti-
more's injury-riddled catching
staff, hit a two-run homer of f
loser John O'Donoghue in the
fifth to break a 1-1 tie.
Aparicio hit his sixth homer
opening the game and Del Cran-
dall socked his fourth as the lead-
off batter for Cleveland in the
third.
McNally pitched a six-hitter,
striking out eight.
* * *
Nats Dump Angels
WASHINGTON-Fred Valentine
continued his blistering pace
against California pitching last
night with a grand slam homer
and run-scoring double in Wash-
ington's 7-5 victory over the An-
gels.
The Senators outfielder now has
25 hits in 48 times at bat and has
knocked in 20 runs against the
Angels this season.
He unloaded his 10th homer off
rookie Clyde Wright in the third
inning after Ed Brinkman and
Ken McMullen beat out bunts and
Bob Saverine was safe on a field-
er's choice. In the sixth, his bloop
double scored Ken McMullen, who
had singled.
Barry Moore, who pitched a
three-hitter against Kansas City
last Saturday in his first major
league start, left with a 7-3 lead
after six innings. The temperature
was 88 degrees.
The Senators scored a pair in
the first on a triple by Brinkman,
who stroked four hits, Saverine's
single and McMullen's double.

The victory gave Pittsburgh the
league lead by two percentage
points over the Giants.
Donn Clendenon, who had hom-
ered earlier, opened the Pirate
ninth with a bunt single and
continuedto second when Dav-
enport threw wildly past first.
Then Jim Pagliaroni sacrificed
and was safe when Davenport
bobbled the ball.
Mazeroski followed with his sin-
gle to drive in the winning run.
The Giants had tied it 3-3, with
two runsinthe fifth after Gene
Alley had put the Pirates ahead,
3-1, against starter Bob Bolin
with a two-run homer in the top
of the fifth after Matty Alou hit
a two-out double play.
Clendenon had brought the Pi-
rates their first run with a bases
empty homer in the second, his
17th of the season.
Cards Nip Braves
ATLANTA-Pitcher Ray Wash-
burn hammered a two-run homer
and a double and won his fifth
straight game as St. Louis ripped
Atlanta, 9-7 last night.
It was the ninth victory for the
Cardinals in 10 games.
Washburn's homer was followed
by Curt Flood's bases-empty shot
in a five-run Cardinal fourth as
St. Louis exploded for nine extra
base hits.
Orlando Cepeda ripped two
doubles and a single and Charliej
Smith drove in three runs with a
triple, a sacrifice fly and an in-
field out.
Home runs by Felipe Alou and
Mack Jones helped the Braves
cut St. Louis' early lead and At-
lanta finally knocked Washburn
out in the seventh. Hal Woode-
schick and Nelson Briles finished
up.
The defeat spoiled a comeback
bid for Joey Jay, Atlanta right-
hander who has been troubled
with an arm ailment and was
making his first start in 20 days.
The loss ran his record to 6-5.
Washburn's mark now is 9-4.

MICHIGAN DAILY
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Call Classified between 1 :00 to 2:30 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone 764-0557

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Part-time garage attendant,
no exp. needed, must be able to work
through next fall. For appt., NO 2-
5840. H39
THERE ARE still a few openings for
qualified teachers in the religious
school of Beth Israel Congregation,
1429 Hill St., A.A, Anyone interested
please contact Charles Rosenblatt,
Religious School director, 665-2717.
"40
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
MALE UNDERGRADUATES
One or two openings in personality
research-20 hours work total, at
$2.50/hour. No special background re-
quired.
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.)
764-8522
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-
sequentlv this codid be more than

FOR RENT
HALF A HOUSE on Catherine
662-7961 after 5 p.m.

St. Call
C51

BIKES AND SCOOTERS

921 S. DIVISION, 2 bdrm. new apt, for
Fall. 662-7961 after 5. C50
BEAUTIFUL 4- or 5-man modern, apt.
available for Fall. Air-conditioned. See
it at 1000 Oakland. For information,
callDan or Jim, 761-3785. C44

HONDA F90 1966, with insurance, exc.
cond. Must sell. No. 350. Call 482-7103.
Z2
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. ZOl
FOR SALE-1964 Yamaha 80. Only 2100
miles. Excellent condition. Call 761-
7179, Z47

PERSONAL
MALE GRAD wants to share 2-man lux.
apt. for- Fail. Call Louis, 761-1396,
2-5 p.m. F34

SECOND VERSE .
Somewhere even at Ralph's
Strange things lie
But to Ralph or to we-e
It's the same as apple pie.
RALPH'S

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SIAMESE CATS-$15 or best offer. Call
761-7811. F13
APARTMENTS FOR FALL

University
Towers
Apartments
FALL RENTALS
ON CAMPUS
From $60 per person
per month
FEATURES INCLUDE:
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
Luxury Lobby
Color TVs
Billiard Room
Air Conditioning
Many other extras
MODEL APT. OPEN
536 S. Forest
10-6, Every Day
761-3565--NO 5-4480
209 NORTH INGALLS
Newly furnished, completely, remodel-
ed 2 bedroom apartments with wall-
to-wall carpeting, modern kitchens,
and a location between Rackham and
St. Joseph's Hospital. $180 per month.
One bedrooms also available from
$135.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
Days: 662-7787 Evenings: 761-4018
C46

FOR RENT
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
NEW AND OLD BUILDINGS
Efficiencies, 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments
Patrick J. Pulte Inc.
WEEKDAYS-NO 5-9405
SATURDAYS 9-5-NO 2-5244
FALL '66
NEW, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-4 persons.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
Office: 545 Church St.
761-7600
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1964 Volkswagen. Spotless.
Has everything. $1250. Call after 5.
668-7107. B37
TRANSPORtTATION
RIDER WANTED to share driving and
expenses to Seattle. Leaving after
Aug. 19. Call Detroit 875-8481. 031
BARGAIN CORNER

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KAWASAKI
LOW PRICES
New 85cc trail or road, only $310 full
price-incl. tax, title, lic., while they
last.
RICH BELL'S
23257 Woodward, 548-4488
Ferndale, north of Detroit
1965 HONDA C100. Helmet. 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468. Z42
HONDA C-100. Only 416 miles. Stored
all winter, NO 3-9623. Z24

All sizes. locations, types. Call 761- jut a part1time job for the right
5538 between 7 and 8:30. 13 person. If you're 20, have use of a car
and are bondable write William D.
FOR reSALE-Beautifulnampie. Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
acres on top of mtn. near Keane, N.H. Arbho, 37Mich.nw ven
Wonderful for nature and camping. Arbor, Mich. _
Access by road. Lake at base of mtn.
Call 482-3016. F12 BLOOD DONORS
HAVE 4 MAN APT. Need 2 girls for URGENTLY NEEDED
Fall. TU 1-4971 or TU 1-6981. F8
_ T 47 TU - .$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10 and $12 for
IF YOUR HOME is for rent or sublet, Rh negative. Hours: Moh. thru Thurs.
please CALL 761-1490. We need a 3 9-4: Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
bedroom, unfurnished home, by Aug. parent's permission. 483-1894.
AS THE BALMY breezes of summer YPSILANTI
drift in, thoughts just naturally turn Detroit Blood Service
to the out of doors-get all picnic -__r___B__d___v___
supplies at SALESMAN to start now. Professional
TV RNTAS -owet stden raes. opportunity, married, 22-30, Bachelor's
TVa RENTALS uLowest student rates. degree.Phone 453-4030 for interview.
Call Hi Fi Studio, 663-7242. 121 W.___- ___________
Washington St. Free Delivery. F7 COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
EVER PLAY JACKS WHILE WORKING? ning work at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes as pin
WE DO. Come in and see for yourself. jumper. Apply in the evening. H33
Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
ber. The Michigan Daily. F18 ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
RENT Your TV from NEJAC JOBS AVAILABLE
Zenith 19-in. all channel portables for A great opportunIty for aggressive
only $10 per month. FREE service and colege students to eirn a high in-
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F come distributing material to college

I

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

By The Associated Press Joe Adcock hit his 11th home
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin's run off Moore and Bob Rodgers
Supreme Court called Milwaukee his fifth off reliever Casey Cox.
out yesterday on its bid to stay The Angels scored two runs in,
in baseball, and awarded the vag- the eighth on three singles and
abond Braves to Atlanta. Rhe doghth bnftre Rnle
In a dramatic 4-3 decision, the Rodgers double before Ron Kline,
black-robed justices ruled that the third pitcher of the innng,
baseball is a monopoly, and leav- checked the rally.
ing the city without a major
league franchise clearly harmed Reds Smash Cubs
its economy, but "the state is CINCINNATI - Pete Rose, Va-
powerless to deal with it." da Pinson and Tommy Helms led
In modern times, franchise a 15-hit Cincinnati attack with
shifts always have been from ci- three hits each as the Reds bat-
ties with two teams. tered three Chicago pitchers for
The court returned the case to an 11-2 victory over the Cubs.
Circuit Judge Elmer W. Roller of Helms and Pinson each had two
Milwaukee, who had found the singles and a double while Rose
National League and its members ripped off two singles and a hom-
violated Wisconsin's antitrust laws er.
by approving the Braves' move, Jim O'Toole went the distance,
and ordered him to dismiss the gaining his third victory. He scat-
suit. . tered seven Chicago hits.
The decision, however, actually The Reds jumped on Robin Rob-
is only another step In a series erts early. Tommy Harper, lead-
that long has seemed destined to ing off, tripled and came home
be decided ultimately by the Unit- on Rose's single. Helms' two-run
ed States Supreme Court. single followed hits by Rose and
Wisconsin Atty. Gen. Bronson Pinson in the third.
C. La Follette, who initiated the Leo Cardenas and Rose homer-
state suit, said he would ask the ed for two more runs in the
nation's highest tribunal within 30 fourth. It was Cardenas' 13th
days to consider a review, homer of the season and No. 9
And a federal antitrust action, for Rose.
filed in U.S. District Court ear- Cardenas drove in two more
lier last year by Milwaukee, is runs with a fifth inning single.
working its way up. a crowded cal- Ron Santo accounted for both
endar, although it still may be a Chicago runs with a sixth inning
year away from trial. homer.
Rep. Emanuel Celler D-NY), .
one of many to comment on yes-
terday's decision, mentioned fed- Pirates Win
eral action specifically. SAN FRANCISCO-Two ninth-
"Basegall is not a state monop- inning errors by third baseman
oly, but a federal monopoly, and Jim Davenport and Bill Mazer-
a federal antitrust suit is long oski's run-scoring single lifted
overdue," he told a reporter in Pittsburgh back into first place
Washington. "Baseball now is in in the National League yester-
violation of the federal antitrust day as the Pirates downed San
laws." Francisco, 5-3.

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Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W 1 Pet. GB
Baltitriore 67 34 .663 -
Detroit 53 44 .546 12
Cleveland 5:3 46 .535 13
California 52 48 .520 141!"
Minnesota .0 50 .500 1f;
Chicag°o 17 5?2.475 19
New York 46 52".469 19'
Kansas City 43 55 .439 22.
Washington 45 59).433 2
Boston 43 59 .472 2 4V
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Minnesota 3
Kansas City 14. Boston 2
Baltimore 7, Cleveland 1
Washington 7, Californa 5
Chicago 5, Detroit 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Kansas City at Boston
Only games scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. G8
Pittsburgh 59 40 .596 -
San Francisco 60 41 .594 -
x-Los Angeles 57 40 .588 1
x-Philadelphia 52 47 .525 7
St. Louis 51 47 .520 7?
Houston 48 51 .485 11
Cincinnati 46 52 .469 121,4
New York 45 54 .455 14
Atlanta 45 54 .455 14
Chicago 31 68 .313 28
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 5, San Francisco 3
Cincinnati 11, Chicago 2
St. Louis 9, Atlanta 7
New York 3, Houston 2
Philadelphia 1, Los Angeles 1 (9 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Atlanta (n)
Chicago at Cincinnati (n)
Only games scheduled

BRIDGESTONE-COTTON
50 to 250 cc.
Service on Most Makes
HONDA PARTS AND SERVICE
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
NO 2-3979
BULTACO
Immediate Delivery
100cc Trails
250cc Batadors
250cc TT, '66%2 Scramblers
175cc Camparas
175cc Merciures
RICH BELL'S
We carry complete parts
23257 Woodward, 548-4488
Ferndale, north of Detroit

WASHINGTON
MANOR
418 E. Washington
Furnished luxury one bdrm.-$177. Only
two available. NO 8-6906. C45
APARTMENTS FOR FALL
4 to 6 man, newly furnished with
screened porch. 761-5690 or 1-864-3852.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Excellent singles
and doubles, available now in all-
graduate house. 3 blocks from cam-
pus. Phone 663-5930 anytime. C361

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

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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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
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH _
YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 224 S.
First. Phone 662-7409. Z
RENT A CYCLE
From $3.25 an hour.
University Motorcycle Sales
211 E. Ann
NO 2-3979
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.
665-9281
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE. INC.
512 William (Maynard Street)
NO 2-5579
SLINGERLAND Drums, Bass, Tom,
Snare, High Hat and Ride Cymbals.
$200 (will accept more if offered).
663-4877, ask for Rob; call late. X25
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SUMMER SUBLET
FURNISHED ROOMS for Summer only.
NO 8-6906. Ul
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-One gold watch on S. University
and N. Forest. Reward 761-6240. A45
LOST-Small male Beagle, with white
tipped tail. Reward. Call 662-5769 or
665-2604. A44

ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
encagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151
WANTED - Man to share~apt. Fall-
Wmter term. $57.50 monthly. Call
Battle Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark
FOR FALL
921 S. Division
Modern 2 Bedroom Apt.
Call 662-7961
I OR 2 GIRLS needed for 3 man, 3
bdrm. apt. for fall. 8 mo. lease, Rent
853.mo. Call 665-0719, C49
WANTED - Male roommate to share
turn. 2 man apt. for fall. Call 761-
2473 evenings. F15
GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
OPPORTUNITY
To train a new kind of specialist-
in the teaching of science, math,
reading, etc., to children under age
six, especially disadvantaged. Excel-
lent career opportunities at leadership
and planning levels, as interest in
quality preschool education mounts.
Funds recently received for limited
number of $2,500 fellowships begin-
ning fall '66, providing a year of aca-
demic study and active participation
in an exciting research and develop-
ment program. Able, aggressive, and
independent students invited to ap-
ply, regardless of undergraduate ma-
jor Write to Dr. Carl Bereiter, In-
stitute for Research on Exceptional
Children, University of Illinois, Ur-
bana, Illinois 61802. F38
COINS-FOREIGN AND U.S. Old or
modern, any number, cash, free ap-
praisal. Call 761-7169, after 6 p.m. F14
ONE MAN NEEDED for 4-man, mod.,
two story, suave apt, one block from
campus - for fall. Write to Steve
Loewenthal, 1680 Clavey, Highland
Park, Ill. (Roommate got married).
I Fill
FRIENDLY KITTENS for sale! 6-8 wks.
old; housebroken; 3 all-black, 2 tigers;
medium and long-hairs. Call Andy:
764-8377 (1-5) or come to 114 N. Divi-
sion after 6 p.m. F12

WANTED TO RENT
ANN ARBOR APARTMENT AGENCY
Free listing of your apartment in
booklet to be distributed weekly be-
ginning Aug. 17. Call 761-6865 be-
tween 10 and 6. NO FEES. L12i
WANTED FOR FALL - West of and
preferably close to campus, with bed-
rnom, living room, kitchen and bath.
Willing to pay what the place isl
worth, maybe more,
Contact Thomas R. Cop] at 662-1
8183 or 764-0552. L9
WANTED TO RENT
3 BEDROOM HOME-Wanted to rent or
sublet; unfurnished, by Aug. 1. Phil-
lips executive family. CALL 761-1490.
USED CARS
1965 YAMAHA 80; 1200 miles, including
helmet. Phone 761-1696. N30
1961 RENAULT CARAVELLE Convert.
2 tops, low mileage; ver. eco. unique
transportation. Phone 663-6802 after
5 p.m. N31
1963 TRIUMPH HERALD 1200; 4 seater
sports convert. $795. Excel. mech.
cond. 665-0882. N32
'57 CHEVY. Owner leaving for Ireland.
Car believer in and ornament to The
Great Society. Ring 761-4354 Thurs.
evening or Friday forenoon. N29
Sunbeam Alphine 861-New top and
tonneau cover. Well taken care of.
Must sell. Leaving USA. Call 662 1332
evenings. N26
'56 VW AM-FM Nadio-Excel cond.
only 56,000 ml. 761 2721. N27
BUSINESS SERVICES
OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE

NOW LEASING FOR FALL
22 Blocks from Campus
New Building

campuses all over the United States.
Comt ine summer travel with large
pro fits, 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,

Air-conditioned, carpeted, fully fur-
nisned ni-levels with 1Ilarg'e bedroomn
and study. Paved and covered park-
ing,
SPECIAL TERMS FOR
MARRIED COUPLES
731 Packard
Call 663-8866
afternoons and evenings

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GOLF DRIVING RANGE
18-Hole Miniature Golf
Hours:
Sun.-Thurs. 11 A.M.-10 P.M.
Fri. & Sat. 10 A.M.-1 1 P.M.
TEE & SKI
2455 S. State

LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees--$4.49
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
~White"-$5.98
TURTLENECKS--$1.69
(15 Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri._Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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 LIMITED
663-0511

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Preview - "Michelangelo: The Medici Willman, Education; thesis: "Selected
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School of Music Degree Recital -1
Lanny Austin, saxophonist: Recital
Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
Dept. of Psychology: Outreach Sym-
posium-The presentation of a revolu-
tionary approach to teaching Introduc-
tory Psychology which was attempted
last year. The Outreach program sup-
plemented classroom learning with ex-
periences in the community and tried
to make psychology more relevant to
the world in which we live. The gen-
eral approach could be used in other
courses. Faculty and students from all
departments are welcome, Thurs., July
28. 7:30-9:30 p m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre (3rd floor).
Goneral Notices
Seniors: College of L.S. & A., and
Schools of Education, Music, and Busi-
ness Administration: Tentative lists
of seniors for August graduation have
been posted on the bulletin board in
the first floor lobby, Administration
Bldg. Any changes therefrom should be
requested of the Recorder at Office.
of Registration and Records, Window
No. A, 1513 Administration Bldg.
Astronomy Dept. Visitors' Night: Fri.,
July 29, 9 p.m., Aud. D, Angell Hall.
Dr. Richard L. Sears will speak on
'Weighing the Stars." After the lec-
ture the Student Observatory on the
fifth floor of Angell Hall will be open
for inspection and for telescopic ob-
servations of the Moon and the Double
Star Alpha Herculis. Children welcomed,

POSITION OPENINGS:
State of Michigan Dept. of Social
Services - Most positions in Wayne
County. New grads are invited for train-
ing programs in public assistance and
child welfare work. Applications and
exam information at Bureau of Ap-
pointments.
Wisconsin Civil Service, Univ. of
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.-Data Proc-
essing Specialist I, Magnetic Systems
Programmer. Graduation and three
years of experience in systems analy-
sis or data processing with some super-
visory or consultative capacity. Appli-
cations should be received by Aug. 3.
Dept. of the Army, U.S. Army Elec-
tronics Command, iFort Monmouth, N.J.
-Openings for Electronic Engineers
and other scientific fields graduates for
managing the research, dev. procure-
ment and production of all army elec-
tronic communication, surveillance,
navigation and intelligence equipment.
National Jewish Welfare Board-An-
nounces foundation grant covering 40
two-year grants over the next five
years for graduate professional social
work education of Jewish Community
Center and YM-YWHA workers. For stu-
dents from the Greater New York area
admitted to accredited graduate schools
of social work. Applications accepted
by JWB's Personnel Services in fall of
1966, for matriculation in fall of 1967.
*

HELP WANTED
EDP SYSTEMS ANALYST
An expanding Data Processing program
at Albion College offers an excellent
opportunity for an imaginative and
creative person to develop a College
Information System designed around
a 1401-1311 disk system. Responsibili-
ties will include Isntallation Manage-
ment, systems and procedures design,
and programming. Compensation to
be based on individual's experience
and ability. Liberal fringe benefits
including family-tuition allowance.
Write: Mr. Werner N. Snow
Albion College
Albion, Michigan 49224

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761-3993
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; litho-
graphy; varityping and composition.
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ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.

Cdl 764-0558
Summer,
STUDENT
DIRIE CTORY
50C
On Sale Monday

PERSONAL
THIRD GIRL NEEDED for Fall
Winter to share new lux. apt.
campus. 761-3729 after 5.

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Winter to share new luxury apt. Near
campus. 761-3729, after 5. F49
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For further information
764-7460, General Division,
Appointments, 3200 SAB. .

please call CHINESE STUDENT WANTED to help
Bureau of undergrad learn beginning Chinese.
Phone Marc 662-8555. F33

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