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DUSTER, 1973. 769-5383 eves., week-
ends. High mileage. 08N918
'71 CAPRI, stick, radials, FM radio,
$600.668-7470 or 665-0724. 03N924
'72 DELTA 88-New tires-transmis-
sion and muffler. Good body. 764-1827.
TRIUMPH 650-1969, $500.761-0749.
DODGE DART 1970 Slant 6 automatic.
Power steering, sharp condition. $975.
TEXAS A&M-I need two tickets to-
gether in sections 21-25. Call Mike,
WANTED--Two tickets (3 if possible)
for Wisconsin game. Will pay good
price. 662-1929 (Peggy). 76Q917
NEEDED DESPERATELY - Two
Texas A&M football tickets. Section
29 preferable. Call 995-5476. 47Q921
WANTED-Four tickets to Navy game.
Call Diane, 763-0070, after 5 p.m. call
WANTED-Season tickets, 2 or 4 to-
gether, Sections 22-23-24, above Row
.30. $150/PR. Call collect after 6:00,
KIlL VVIWANTED to snare 3-
bedroom house with 2 females. Near
campus. No smokers or pets. 663-5927.
BA RGAIN CORNER
ASSORTED bedroom and dining room
furniture, clothing, jewelry, books and
camping gear yard sale at 506 Packard
Sun. 9-sundown. - 38W918
CLUB YARD SALE. 1605 Miller, Ann
Arbor. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat., Sept. 17.
Great bargains. 43W917
YARD SALE-Skiing equipment, bar
stools, T,V,, and much more. Sunday,
10-5, 2655 Bellwood. 27W917
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MAR-
KET, Sunday, Sept. 18, 5055 Saline-
Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 of 1-94, over
225 dealers, everything guaranteed for
authenticity FEATURING: A-11
FRENCH pes. cottage chair, pr. coun-
try chairs, ELM doughbox c1800, farm
table; A-34-35 CHERRY corner cupbd.;
A-15 pair PENN. pine benches w/fine
cutouts; sm. walnut bucket bench,
QUEEN ANNE & other fine footstools;
WINDSOR CHAIRS: B-7 STONE-
WARE, QUILTS; B-10 & B-34 TOOLS;
B-16 QUEEN ANNE brass candlestick
c1710; B-17 ANNUNZIATO, N.Y.C.
HEPPLEWHITE table, sgnd. hand dec.
chairs, QUILTS; B-23 4/shelf bucket
bench, old red, STONEWARE; B-33
THE ARTHUR'S, EPSOM, N.H.C.-3
comp, tchild's teaset MULBERRY, col-
lection sgnd. METTLACH stems, sgnd.
TIFFANY, HANDEL, PAIRPOINT
lamps; C-12 CHINESE EXPORT, CAN-
TON, 19c TOBY; C-7 rare REDWARE
CANDLEMOLD (24) in wood frame,
PINE wall cupbd. & desk, CHERRY
DESK, TABLE & chest, OIL on TIN
"City of Detroit" side wheeler; C-22
JEWELRY & STERLING SILVER; D-
23 PRINTS-Rockwell, Fisher, Par-
rish, Gibson, also mats to fit most
prints; D-25 CLOCK wooden works,
Hotchkiss, Mass., SWISS MUSIC BOX,
1888, cylinder; D-32 COLLECTION
MINATURE LAMPS, rare pcs DEL-
DARE; E-28 rare spiral CANDLE-
STICK; E-29 TURKISH RUGS; E-33
PINE CUPBD., orig. H hinges; RED-
WARE, SPONGEWARE, BENNING-
TON (one sgnd.); F-6 CHILDREN's
items books, dishes, toys, COVER-
LETS; f-20 unusual sec-bookcase w/
curved glass, oak; F-34 LAMPS-CRAN-
BERRY hobnail- hanging, Aladdin,
GWTW, bracket, kerosene. Much, Much
more, 5a.m.-4 p.m. 24W918
GIANT RUMMAGE SALE - 6 house-
holds. Books, men's and women's
clothing, electric oven and lots more.
Sat. and Sun., Sept. 17 and 18. Every-
thing must go! 819 S. State St. at
known as Harlan
Huckleby, turns the corner
en route to another gain.
Last week, against
Illinois, Huckleby picked
up 128 yards to spearhead
the Wolverine attack.
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Daily Photo by CHRISTINA SCHNEIDER
TOP TEAMS CLASH TODAY:
Cornhuskers seek 10 snare Beacr
DESPERATELY NEED temporary
home for altered. male tabby cat. All
expenses paid. Roommate allergic. 663-
FREE CATS - Ruvert. Morriss and
Stuffy need new lodgings due to owners
allergy. Adaptable, live with children
and bulldogs. Call 761-5759. 05T921
PEUGEOT 10-speed, 23", $100. Eve-
nings 434-4821; days 971-7900, Donna.
1973 HONDA 350- Black w/Windjam-
mer, excellent condition: Best offer.
665-9281. 04Z9 2
FEMALE NEEDED to share one-bed-
room apt. near Church and South Univ.
$110/month plus utilities. No smokers.
Call 995-2556 or 668-7761 evenings, per-
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED in spa-
cious 2 bedroom apartment to be shared
with two socially active and politically
interested people. We also like to party.
Five minute walk from Union!!! Please
call us at 662-5482. 35Y920
ONE FEMALE NEEDED as soon as
possible to share double room 3 bed-
room apt. 3rd ifloor old house. Close to
campus, beautiful decor, slanted ceil-
ings, skylight, furnished. Call 668-8101
after 5 p.m. 77Y917
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share Glen-
coe Apt. Own room with private bath.
$150.00 per month. Male grad student
preferred. 434-9216. 38Y917
FEMALE NEEDED. Own room in 5
bedroom, completely reconstructed
house. 2 baths, large kitchen and new
appliances. 8 month lease. Utilities
paid. Stop by 934 S. State (corner of
State & Hoover). 88Y917
FEMALE. Single room in house. Vege-
tarian, non-smoking upperclassman
preferred. 665-0833. 87Y918
ONE OR TWO FEMALES to share fan-
tastic two bedroom apt. 1224 Wash-
tenaw, Apt. 6. 668-8452. $185 own room,
$120 to share. 46Y916
GIBSON EXPLORER GUITAR-Like
new. Call Dan, 761-9431. cX927
GUITAR CLASSES - Private lessons,
Classical guitars, music. Guitar Gal-
lery, 236 Nichols Arcade, 662-5888.
GUITARS-Martin classical, Conn 12-
string, Yamaha FG 110. All with cases
and in excellent condition. Call 761-
TEACHERS NEEDED for Fall sched-
ules immediately. Apollo Music Center,
769-1400. . cX929
GRESTCH TENNESSEIAN GUITAR-
Good shape. Apollo Music Center, 323
S. Main. cX928
AMPAG V-4 complete, 6 months old,
$850. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400.
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS on
strings, sticks, books, reeds, and acces-
sories, lessons available. See Don at
Apollo Music Center, 323S. Main. cX918
NEW YORK (AP) - Bear Bryant
can't weasel out of this one. The date
is set and the invitations have been
sent out. Alabama will play Nebras-
ka Saturday for the 1975 Sugar Bowl
After a 10-1 season in 1975, Ala-
bama had a choice of bowl games
and picked the Sugar Bowl-provided
its opponent would be Penn State and
not Nebraska. Bryant's Crimson
Tide had not won its last eight bowl
games and the Bear felt Penn State
was more likely to stop the streak
THUS, PENN STATE was the
Bear's date on New Year's Eve that
Women interested in playing inner-
tube waterpolo should enter a team by
Monday, September 19th at the In-
tramural Building at State Street and
Hoover. An'intr-oductory clinic will be
held that same day at 7:00 p.m. in the
IM pool. Attual play begins Thursday,
September 22nd at the Im pool.
Physical Activity Instruction for
Faculty and Staff (PAIFS) if offering
three classes for Fall Term '77:
Registration of classes will be Sep-
tember 6-16. For more information call
Rochelle Bast at 764-7415. These classes
are also open to students.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Chicago [NL] 5, New York 2
Baltimore 6, Boston 1
New York 5. Detroit 4
year, and the Nittany Lions were
willing, losing 13-6.
It may have been a compliment of
sorts to duck Nebraska, but big-time
football fans in Lincoln, Neb., didn't
see it that way - especially when the
Cornhuskers then played in the
less-than-major Fiesta Bowl against
Arizona State and lost 17-14.
SO CALL -THIS the Sugar and
Cornflakes Bowl in Lincoln, with
Nebraska gaining sweet revenge ...
Nebraska 20, No. 4 Alabama 14.
No. 2 Southern California at Ore-
gon State: Oregon State Coach Craig
Fertig, a former top assistant at
USC, may have learned his lessons
well, but he still doesn't have the
horses ... Southern Cal 40, Oregon
No. 3 Notre Dame vs. Mississippi
at Jackson: Notre Dame's offense
didn't show much against Pitts-
burgh, but it will warm up in the deep
South...Notre Dame 27, Mississippi 7.
Utah at No. 5 Oklahoma: Next
week the Sooners face Ohio State for
the first time ever. This week they
face Utah for the first time ever.
They certainly have no fear for this
week's unknown ... Oklahoma 36,
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y
Beach Boys and Hawks in Love
No.7 Texas A&M at Virginia Tech:
The only similarity Virginia Tech has
with the Aggies' next-week opponent,
Texas Tech, is half a name ... Texas
A&M 30, Virginia Tech 7.
New Mexico at No. 8 Texas Tech:
New Mexico just returned from Ha-
waii. The fun's over ... Texas Tech 21,
New Mexico 7.
No. 9 Houston at No. 10 Penn State:
When you play Monday Night Foot-
ball in college, your next game is
Saturday, not Sunday. That isn't
enough time to prepare for Professor
Joe Paterno and Penn State in their
own classroom ... Penn State 17.
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By The Associated Press
The Beach Boys, the world famous rockgroup have of-
fered to do a concert at the Omni and not charge; for their
services . . . if the Atlanta Hawks will give S'tan Love a
One member of the group, Mike Love, is brother of Stan
Love, a journeyman forward center who has played in the
National Basketball Association with the Los Angeles
Lakers and Hawks. He has been inactive for two years.
The Beach Boys say they will perform in the Omni, the
home arena of the Hawks and give all proceeds to the
club-if the Hawks give Stan Love a tryout.
Their reasoning is that the Hawks may be able to use
Love, a 6-foot-9 strong forward after losing Leonard
"Truck" Robinson to the New Orleans Jazz, and trading
Bill Willoughby to Buffalo.
A representative of the Beach Boys is scheduled to meet
with Atlanta General Manager Mike Storen to discuss a
poslsible deal. Storen said Thursday nothing has been
worked out yet.
The Cleveland Barons of the National Hockey League
signed Michigan star Kris Manery to a multi-year con-
Manery, whose older brother bandy is a defenseman for
the Los Angeles Kings, scored 111 goals and had 97 assists
in a 163-game career at Michigan.
The 6-foot, 185-pounder from Leamington, Ont., can
play center or right wing, but Barons Coach Jack Evans
said he will try the 23-year-old at center.
* * *
American League President Lee Macphail took under
advisement yesterday a request by the Baltimore Orioles
to set aside their Thursday night forfeit loss to the Toronto
"I have no decision at this time," MacPhail said after
meeting for more than an hour with representatives of-the
Orioles. "I want to sleep on it, but I will have an announ-
cement to make before Saturday."
Weaver asked that a tarpaulin covering Toronto's
bullpen mound in left field, just outside the foul line, be
removed. Bricks holding down the tarp were removed but
the umpires said they had no authority to have the tarp
The Oriole manager contended the tarp created a
hazardous playing condition, noting that Baltimore left
fielder Andres Mora had slipped in the same arena the
night before when the tarp was not present.
The umpires suggested that the,Orioles could play the
game under protest, but Weaverwdeclined and a forfeit
resulted in the bottom of the fifth inning with the Orioles
MacPhail said he wanted to have additional conver-
sations with the umpires involved. Marty Springstead and
the remainder of his crew are in Detroit for the series
between the Tigers and New York Yankees. k r
MacPhail, who is in Baltimore for the weekend series
between the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox, met
behind closed doors with Weaver and Baltimore General
Manager Hank Peters.
Also attending the meeting at various times were
Baltimore players Mark' Belanger and Doug DeCinces
and coach Brooks Robinson. Belanger is the team's player
"The Orioles have taken no formal position," MacPhail
said, "but they feel, I guess, that the umpire's decision
was unjust and improper and that I set aside the for-
Weaver was -given an ovation by the Baltimore fans
when he approached home plate to present the Baltimore
line-up prior to Friday's game. He tipped his hat and
waved to the fans.
The first 200 victories were the hardest, said Tom
"It wasn't easy-I made it tough on myself because I
was wild and high mst of the night," the Cincinnati right-
hander said Thursday night after reaching the milestone
with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Perhaps Seaver's 200th major league victory wasn't his
most artistic, but it did provide him with a new stature.
Only four other active major leaguers have reached that
cherished level-Ferguson Jenkins, Gaylord Perry, Jim
Kaat and Catfish Hunter.
And Seaver doesn't plan to stop there.
"If I stay healthy the next five years, I can win 300
with this club," Seaver insists. "My health is important to
me. My legs and arm have to stay strong.
"I haven't been getting as many strikeouts this year.
I've been getting two strikes on a lot of guys, but I haven't
been popping the ball."
The triumph was the 18th in 24 decisions for Seaver this
season and his 11th since joining Cincinnati from the New
York Mets on June 15. He had hoped to reach the 200-
victory mark before the season but didn't especially dwell
on it before the game.
"I didn't really think about 200 until the ninth inning, af-
ter I got past Rick Monday. Then it dawned on me,"
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