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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, April 11, 1973

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SUBLET
2 GIRLS need one to share luxury apt,
Own room, May-August or July-Au-
gust. Rent negotiable. 769-6276, dU53
OWN ROOM in beautiful four bedroom
house. Yard. Female. May-August. $50.
Barbara. 769-2673. 46U152
WOMEN: spring-summer rooms in sor-
ority. Suite system. Singles and dou-
bles. Security and k'itchen privileges.
Call 662-0006 or 663-5331. 48U152
2 WOMEN NEEDED for air-conditioned
tr-level apartment on Central Cam-
pus. Own rooms May-August, with
rent negotiable. Please call Karyn at
769-6557. 89U152
LARGE one-bedroom modern luxury
apt. nr. campus. Only $100-half price,,,
For 1 or 2 persons. 769-1245. dU152
FURNISHED modern 1-bedroom.Dish-
washer, air conditioning. Corner Hill
and Division. $120.'mo. 761-6364.
54U155
13IG HOUSE for sublet. Call 665-7295.
55U152
MAY-AUGUST: 2-bdrm., A C, carpeted,
modern, off campus near US-23 and
Washtenaw. 971-7827. 57U,55
LIVE CHEAPLY, healthfully this sum-
mer. Sublet in Natural Foods Co-op.
Double room and a half. Laura, 764-
6925. - 75U155
NEED GIRL to chare large 2-Bdrm, 2-
Bath apt. May-Aug, A C, pool, patio.
662-5973. 19U155,

SUBLET
MODERN. air-cond 1-bdrin. apt. I
block from ampus. 2 people needed
for suminer or 1 for spring. Call 665-
8176. 6817153
MODERN EFFICIENCY, separate bed-
room. Air cond. Gredi location Free
laundry. $100. 769-9033. 88U154
JULY-AUGUST sublet for o 4ingle or
couplle. 2-room aplartment one block
from Racikhamt living-bedroom and
kit chen . A C, parking, furn., fall
option $110. 761-9647 early a.m., meal
uies. d151
HOUSE: Rooms or complete. 4 bdrms,
I attic, dishwasher, 2 car garage,
large porch. Close to campus. 761-
6921. dU l51
fWO ROOMS available in a modern
three bedroom apt. available sepa-
rately or together for May-Aug. for
1-4 people. Apt. includes laundry fa-
cilities, parking, garbage disposal, air-
conditioning, and fireplace. Rent ne-
gotiable. Call Joel or Mike, 769-0636.
dU 151
ONE BEDROOM APT. Spring Summer.
Rent negotiable. 769-2549. 08U52
ONE OR TWO PEOPLE needed 1to fill
4-woman apartment close to campus.
Modern, air-conditioning-.price nego-
tiable. Ask for Lois or Pam. 769-0616.
28U154
ONE BEDROOM'--$125, modern, good lo-
cation, good landlord. 761-0659, eve-
nings 93U,1

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SUBLET
MAY-AUGUST 4-man bilevel with dish-
washer and air conditioning. $160.00
a month. 662-9330. 08U15
DESPERATE' 2 - bedroom spacious
apartment for summer sublet. Nego-
ticble. Hill ad Oakland. Call 662-
0090. 831157
BRIGHT. FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt.
La:rge kitchen, ivingrom., 6 blocks
from campus. May-Ag. $110. 662-5169
eves 94U152
2 BEDROOMS May-August a 3rd June-
Aug. in bilevel apt. i house. Furn.,
cirpeted. a -ca-great house-3 blocks
from campus. $60 mo. 761-1783.
98U153
S1PACIOUS 3-man apt., May-August. 2
minutes from campus, porch, a c,
sunnv. 1336 Geddes No. 5, 761-2913.
96U153
MOD. 2-BDRM., swimming pool-sauna.
stl mon. $110. 434-3395. 7313151
2 MAN-2 BDRM. APT. July-Aug. Park-
ing. Great view. Best offer. 665-2187.
75U151
OWN ROOM in house. 1326 Geddes.
Maty-Aug. Parking. Dishwasher. Best
offer 665-2187. 74U151
SUBLET' I or 2 men for May-Aug.,
overlooking Oakland from a beaui-
ful modern apt. 30 seconcls to Law,
Bim Ad ., and A&D. 761-1227 80U154
CHOICE LOCATIONS
at Reasonable Rates
One and Two Bedrooms
ANN ARBOR TRUST CO.
100 S. Main 769-2800
cUt
wIAY-AUG.: 2 BDRM. CAMPUS APT.,
A C, IN OLDER HOUSE. HIGHLY
REASONABLE. 668-7774 or 1-646-0406
COLLECT 501152
PARADISE FOUND. 2 single rooms in
old house near campus. Kitchen, liv-
ing room. May-Sept., July-Sept. Call
663-1095. Ed or Dale. 32U154
IAY-AUGUST SUBLET. one male for
2-bedroom apt. $45 mo. 769-699. Tap-
pan near hill 42U152
SUBLET1: May-Aug. I bdrmn., 2-person,
air cond., dishwasher, disposal, carpet,
laundry ,parking. $50 person or best
offer. 663-7013. 47U152
FEMALE NEEDED for huge old-fashion-
ed apt. Sublet with 3 other women.
850 mo. 764-1611. 5613152
GORGEOUS, spacious quiet 4-room
apt. on campus. Furnished, $180.
Avail. May 15-Dec. 662-2366. 513153
SPRING SUMMER, large, beautiful, 3-
bedroomn apt., garage, quiet neighbor-
mood. double beds suiroon. 761 -7128.
8013151
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SUBLET
MALE TO SHARE APT. May-Aug
ate bedroom, air conditioning,
lent N. Campus location. Rent.
Call Bob. 662-2944,
SUBLET APT., 1-person, utilitie
close to campus. 662-2844.
SUMIMER SUBLET: 4-man furn
luxury apartmoent. Extremely cl
campuis.$40 in. Hill and ©a
Europa 11 665-0715. Not to be
MAY to AUGUST near Hill, 9
Forest. Modern 2-bedroom, 4-
Real nice. Reasonable at $160
668-6906.
MODERN, Furnished, 2-bdrm., 4-
apt. May-August. Great loca
quiet. Laundry, A/C, parking.
vacancies. Cheap. 665-2605. !
ONE FEMALE for two bedroom
room. Call 763-6251.
2-MAN, 2-bedroom modern sut
sublet near A&P and Farmer'
ket. Available May 1st. $170 an
Call 662-2246 persistently.
SPRING and/or SUMMER: mode
man bi-level; furnished, air
tioned, etc. Close to campus an
Call 769-0212.
MODERN TWO-MAN
POOL
Air-Conditioning
Free Underground Parking
Good Location
665-2770
1-BDRM. APT., close to campus
parking. Call Barb 764-0330 day
7349 nites.
1315 PACKARD, 2 rooms for male
share a bath and kitchen with
er. May-Aug. 665-4736.
MAY-AUG. Modern, furn., studi
eiency. Packard-State, A/C, p
-d dividable into 2-bdrm. Mu
to appreciate. 663-9079.
3-BDRM modern apt. Dishwash
parking, 2-bath, A/C, May-Au
4583.
AN OFFER you can't refuse: S
Summer, spacious 3-bdrm. ap
dern conveniences, ideal locatio
tails, 769-4711.f
MARRIED HOUSING, Northwo
May-Aug., two bedroom, tow
furnished, $125, incl. util. 663-
QUIET 1-bdrm. sublet, fall op
State and Packard area. Pets,c
landlord, 663-3688 eves. I
SUBLET: large furn. studio; kitc
bathroom; in old house. Porc
campus. Rent includes utilities
July, rent negot. Entire sumr
possibility. 663-9575.f
MALE TO SHARE 2-bdrm. apt.7
June-Aug., A/C, on campus. 764
4 BEDROOM HOUSE, May-Aug,
negotiable. Near Arb and ca
Garage. 663-7016.
CAMPUS: large, clean, furnish
1 or 2 girls. 761-1932.
I BEDROOM, clean, modern aI
alt cond. Available April 15-A
Call 662-6197.
MODERN two-bedroom, May-Au
sublet. Dishwasher, A/C, disposa
cony. Great location. Reasona
665-9898.
SUMMER SUBLET
We have many campus 1- and
room apartments available f
summer. Beautifully furnishe
conditioned, large balconies. F
formation, call 668-6906.
MODERN APARTMENTS

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Dr. Godu
improves

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By CLARKE COGSDILL

win explains.

They took some cadavers and in-

11 s. Dr. William C. Godwin of the It was not until 1962 that t w o serted probes into the brain, and
man. School of Dentistry is w h a t could significant breakthroughs w e r e then fitted mouthguards to some
)/mo. be called the "archetypical den- made: one legalistic, one techni- of the cadavers and subjected
cU151 tist." Quiet, reserved, selecting his cal. That year, the National H i g h all of them to blows on the chin.
woman words with an 'almost exaggerated School Alliance passed a rule that This definitely showed that the
tion, precision, he is not exactly the sort all high school football players had mouthguard can absorb energy,
94115e of man one would pick out of a to wear "intra-oral protective de- enough to prevent or reduce the
crowd -- and that's unfortunate. vices," while, almost simultaneous- severity of this type of concus-
n. own Dr. Godwin happens to be one of ly, Dr. Godwin made a break- sion.
30U151 the world's leading specialists in through in simplifying mouthguard "It can even help on certain
mmer the development of "intraoral pro- production techniques and cutting cervical (neck) injuries. A while
s Mar- tective devices," "mouthpieces" in the cost. back a pretty well-known pro foot-
month. the vernacular, for athletes a n d Godwin's contribution was t h at r m .
45U153.bull star had some pai in h i s
other people who participate in of inventing a method of vacuum-
ern 4-5 sports. He has spent more t h a n ing a sheet of polycinylacetate shoulder. After he tried the mouth-
-condi- twenty years working on this pro- ("Sta-Gard") over a standard den-
id Arb jet, not simply in creating an ef- tal impression, using an ingenious
4513137 <: ::< >::{:>ec: ::>;::::;.
Fective, economical mouthguard, shower head-vacuum pump meth-
but also in selling it to an often- od which anyone who has ever had
skeptical athletic community. a science lab would readily apprec-
"I started working on this back Eate. Using this process, a com-
g around '51-'52," he reminisced in plete ready-to-go mouthgard can
a recent Daily interview. "I was be formed upon the dental impres-
getting a lot of athletes with brok- sion in about seven minutes, at a
38U152 en teeth, and I've been basically a cost of about three dollars.
. A/C, dentist for the Athletic Department But Godwin is also convinced
s, 769- since then, that the NHSA rule was crucial in
73U154 "The first device we had was a popularizing his new mouthguard
grads, mouthguard for hockey players. design. "About 80 per cent of
1 oth- The process to make them took the football players wear them," ~
75U152 about 4 days, cost about $40 . . . it he notes, "mainly because they
o effi- was pretty good but very difficult had to when they were kids and
arking, to make; it took too much techni- they're used to them. But n o t
unst seecal help. basketball. We know we've had
"We did no statistical studies on some oral injuries from basket-
her, them - couldn't get anyone to lis- ball which they (the mouth-
9663 ten." .guards) could have stopped. If
Dr. Godwin's office bulletin basketball players were forced to
Spring- board seatures several gruesome wear them, I suppose the situa-
t. Mo- "before" photos of youngsters, tion would be the same as foot-
in. de- aotLtl
691315 about Little League age, show- ball."
69 155 I
-ing the immediate efects of mouth Some time ago Dr Godwin did
od-V. injuries suffered during compe-
nhouse tion. "They're difficult to e- a study on 287 eight to twelve-year-
7327. olds, to verify the effectiveness of
87U154 cover from, and expensive," God- h , , r n

g wrd, his pain went away. I can't
exclai-' that one."
Dr. Godwin is. firmly convinced
that everyone who participates in
athletics owes it to him/her self
to invest the necessary three dollars
for which the Dental School will
custom-tailor a mouthgtiard. "This
is one of the forms of preventive
dentistry where we know what will
happen - there's just no question
abo'it it now. These mouthguards
will stop most injuries, and in the
other cases will provide enough
protection to give the patient a
good chance for recovery.

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mou thguard
etic safety

tion,
decent
71U152
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h. On
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63U151
MIay or
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64U155
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ampms.
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56U144
2-bed-
or the
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For in-
cute

0Billbord
The Michigan lacrosse "A"
team battles the Fighting Irish
of Notre Dame today in a key
game for the Blue stickmen.
Michigan will have to beat the
Irish to have a shot at winning
the Midwest championship. They
will not have an easy time of it,
since Notre Dame comes into
town undefeated. Game time is
7:00 on the Tartan Turf of Ferry
Field.

1115 g uurharUS unuer game con-
ditions. "The major problem was
acceptance," he recalls: "We had
exactly one injury, and that was a
kid who did not wear one.
As often happens, a medical ad-
vance was accompanied by some
side-effects: in this case, bene-
ficial. For example, Godwin's
mouthguard had the unanticipated
consequence of preventing some
types of concussion, especially from
blows to the chin.
"Notre Dame had a couple of
'concussion prone' athletes a few
years ago," Godwin explained,
"and they decided to run a study.

WH AT'S A
STEAK e4?

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ATINTON

.........

-University Photo
MICHIGAN'S OWN DR. William C. Godwin demonstrates the
methods used in the manufacture of -mouthguards. The plastic
dropped over the teeth mold will be vacuum-formed into a tooth
saver for some young athlete.
TIGERS.FREEZE:
Snow, rain and cold
chop diamond slate
By The Associated Press and, in the National League,
Weather, playing havoc with I Chicago at Pittsburgh, Cincin-
major league baseball's schedule, nati at Atlanta, and St. Louis'
knocked out six of yesterday's 11 home opener against the New
games. York Mets.
Chicago's American League Surviving the wave of rain and
home opener against the World cold Tuesday night were five night
Champion but winless Oakland games - Texas at Kansas City
A's, was postponed, as were the and Minnesota at California in the
Baltimore-at-Detroit and Bos- American League and Montreal at
ton-at-Milwaukee home openers Philadelphia, San Diego at San
SFrancisco and Los Angeles at
- ----.--..--- -IIHoustons' Astrodome.

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Today's very
probable pitchers
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore (Palmer 0-0) at Detroit
(Fryman 0-0), 1:30 p.m.
Cleveland (Perry 1-0) at New York
(Stottlemyre 0-1), 2 p.m.
Texas (Stanhouse 0-0) at Kansas City
(Busby 0-1), night.
Oakland (Blue 0-0) at Chicago (Wood
1-0), night.
Minnesota (Hands 1-0) at California
(Ryan 1-0), night.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago (Jenins 0-0) at Pittsburgh
(Moose 0-0), night.
New York (Koosman 0-0) at St.
Louis (Cleveland Q-0), night.
Atlanta (Gentry 0-0) at San Diego
(Kirby 1-0), night.
Cincinnati (Gullet 0-1) at Los An-
geles (Sutton 0-1), night.
Houston (Forsch 1-0) at San Fran-
cisco.
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