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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 31, 1974

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NEW YORK (MP-Catfish Hun- 'kins also won 25 games for
ter, ace of the world champion Texas.
Oakland A's pitching staff, was Hunter's 2.49 earned run
named winner of the American average led the American
Leaglie Cy Young Award yes- League and he completed 23
terday. of his 41 starts, throwing six
Hunter totaled 90 points in shutouts. He was the winning
voting by a 24-member panel pitcher in the A's pennant
of the Baseball Writers Asso- clinching victory over Balti-
ciation of America, and easily more, came out of the bullpen
defeated Ferguson Jenkins of to save the first game of the
the Texas Rangers, who fin- World Series and also was the
ished with 75. winning pitcher in Game
The A's ace was the only Three of the Series against the
pitcher named on each of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
24 ballots and received 12 first- The veteran right-hander has
place votes to 10 for Jenkins. won 88 games in the past four
Hunter enjoyed his winningest seasons, and in 10 big league
major league season with a 25-12 seasons, hesandin101-bigleague
record for the A's in 1974. Itseasons, he has a 161-113 record
was his fourth consecutive 20- for the A's, in Kansas City and
victory season for Oakland. Jen- Oakland.
Gridde Picks
See the picture at the left. See the fearless Libel defensive
back leap to snag the pass. Who is it? Why, Canada's own Dave
Wihak, of course. Whose pass is he catching? Why, one of the
enemy's of course. That is how the Libels score points. By
catching other people's passes. Not their own. Wihak did it
three times against the cross-campus rival Datum Technics. He
scored one touchdown. Aging George Hastings ran one back for a
score, too. Except George made a big mistake later. He had the
nerve to catch one of his own team's passes. From quarterback
Fielding H. Whatsisname. For a touchdown. Poor George.
What's the point? Simplicity, of course. Like, short sentences.
For example-You can win a pizza. By picking the winners in the
games. The games listed below. Bring or mail them to us. The
Daily sports staff. By midnight Friday. Understand?

Photo by Datum Technic
Defense - A Libel Trademark

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TECH HI-FI

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TRICKS? Then
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Action Begins: Thurs., Oct. 31:1
Fri., Nov. 1: 1
Sat., Nov. 2:

1 a.m.-10 p.m.
la.m.-10 p.m.
11 a.m.-6 p.m.

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ALL WEEKEND HALLOWEEN TREATS! HiFi Specials!

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COMPONENT List SALE
KLH-31 SPEAKERS $100 pr. $ 70.00 pr.
KLH-32 SPEAKERS 110 pr. 80.00 Pr.
CONCORD CR-100 RECEIVER DEMO. 100.00
SONY SUPERSCOPE Q420 QUAD AMP 200 100.00
SONY SUPERSCOPE A-240 AMP 100 59.95
GLENBURN 2130 TURNTABLE W/BASECOVER
AND SHURE CARTRIDGE 96 50.00
OHM C SPEAKERS 350 280.00 or.
OHM D SPEAKERS 240 180.00
NIKKO 4020 RECEIVER 200 150.00
TDC IVA SPEAKERS 180 120.00
PILOT 210 AMPS 25/25 RMS 200 170.00
INTEGRAL PRE-AMP 10-M 300 240.00
EPI DEMO 202 SPEAKERS 440 pr. 300.00 pr.
SANSUI 210 RECEIVER 160 125.00
SANSUI 350 A RECEIVER 240 180.00
INFINITY AXT-2000 DEMO SPEAKERS 600 or. 450.00 or
ESS HEIL AMT-1 DEMO SPEAKERS 500 pr. 375.00 Pr.
ALTEC 887E SPEAKERS 200 pr. 125.00 pr.
EPI MICROTOWER DEMO SPEAKERS 110 pr. 80:00 pr.
GRADO C-D-4 CARTRIDGE 35 15.00
EMPIRE 66EX CARTRIDGE 35 15.00
BRAUN 710 SPEAKERS 500 or. 400.00 pr.
MARANTZ 66 SPEAKERS 278 pr. 180.00 pr.
RECTILINEAR III SPEAKERS 600 Dr. 450.00 pr.
AR-3A DEMO SPEAKERS 570 pr. 370.00 pr.
AR-2AX DEMO SPEAKERS 300 pr. 220.00 pr.
KLH 33 DEMO SPEAKERS 200 or. 140.00 pr.
TDC 6A SPEAKERS 240 or. 160.00 pr.
KLH 6 DEMO SPEAKERS 280 or. 220.00 pr.
MICROSTATIC FRM-1 DEMO
& USED SPEAKERS 330 pr. 230.00 pr.
RTR HRP 12 SPEAKERS 500 STOP IN
NIKKO FRM 1200 TUNER DEMO. 260 200.00
SANSUI QR500 RECEIVER DEMO. 235 150.00
PHILIPS GA212 TURNTABLE DEMO. 200 140.00
YAMAHA CT700 TUNER 250 180.00
EV 4X DECORDER 85 35.00
CAR TAPE PLAYERS WILL BE SOLD NEAR COST
EPI 90 SPEAKERS .. 200 150.00
SANSUI QR 6500 DEMO.
4-CHANNEL RECEIVERA770 350.00
PHASELINEAR 400 DEMO. AMPLIFIER 500 400.00
CAMBRIDGE AUDIO 1500 RECEIVER 190 125.00
INQUIRE FOR OUR SPECIAL
TURNTABLE SALE

MORE TREATS
15 TOP FLIGHT ALBUMS Will
Be Given Away Courtesy of
NU-SOUNDS
DISCOUNT RECORDS
100 N. Fourth Ave. - 769-2538 - Ann Arbor
LP's ALWAYS ON SALE
All LP's req. $6.98 Now $5.49 All LP's req. $5.98 Now $4.79
All 81tracks req. $7.98 Now $6.79
DURING THE REMOTE RADIO BROADCAST
FRIDAY NIGHT
FREE CIDER
ALL WEEKEND AT
TECH HI-FI THURS.-SAT.
GIANT TAPE BLOWOUT!
OUT THE DOOR - BASF 0 MAXELL
ADVENT * OPEN REEL " 8 TRACK " CASSETTE
LIVE RADIO BROADCAST
ON LOCATION WITH UM'S OWN
WRCN
FRIDAY NITE 6.10 P.M., NOV. 1
FREE HEADPHONES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY EVERY HALF-HOUR
DURING THE REMOTE BROADCAST
FRIDAY 6-10 P.M., NOV. 1
FREE Get High Fidelity
PAPERS at Your Request

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Elect RON STRAUSS
County Commissioner, District 14
"My Democratic opponent - Kathy Fojtik --
supported the move to use Government Rev-
enue money to get us out of debt. Thus sub-
tracting its use for state required programs of.
Health, Welfare, Jobs, Housing, Courts, En-
vironment, Roads, Transportation, and other
needs. Instead it was given to those programs
-not required by our state-which caused our
debt. We need our Revenue Sharing Money;
we don't need those non-required programs.
We do need Ron Strauss on Nov. 5."
Brouqht to you by the Democrats for Strauss
Paid for by the People for Strauss

Wanted:
TEMPORARY
PARENTS
HOMES FOR
TEENAGERS
1 day to 2 weeks
ANY ADULT (S)
CONSIDERED
CALL
Ozone House
769-6540

SINCE '72, AFFIRMATIVE
ACTION PROGRAM
Actions Speak .. .
FOJTIK
Nov. 5-Democrat--Dist. 14
Pd. Pol. Adv.

1. MICHIGAN at Indiana
(pick score)
2. Illinois at Ohio State
3. Iowa at Purdue

4. Michigan State at
Wisconsin
S. Northwestern at Minnesota
6. Mississippi St. at Alabama
7. Arkansas at Texas A&M
8. Auburn at Florida
9. Boston College at
West Virgina
10. East Carolina at Citadel
11. Georgia Tech at Duke
12. Houston at Georgia
13. Penn at- Harvard
14. Kentucky at Tulane
15. LSU at Mississippi
16. Maryland at Penn St.
17. Navy at Notre Dame
18. No. Illinois at Toledo
19. Texas at SMU
20. DAILY LIBELS at
Wake Forest

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25%
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10%

PLUS TRUCKLOADS OF
UNADVERTISED SPECIALS!

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14th DISTRICT

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