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THE !MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, lvlav 20, 1970

Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday1 May 20, 1970

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12:00-2:00

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, acces-
sories, David lessons-repairs, Gibson,
Harmony. 209 S. State. 665-8001. 10-7
p.m. X
RECORDS!
Oldies! 20,000 in Stock. Send 35c
for 2,000 listing catalog. Mail Or-
ders Filled. RECORD CENTER,
1895 W. 25th-Cleve., Ohio. Record
Tapes. 31X1

Evashevski, Nagel resign
athletic spots a t Iowa

FOR RENT

The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in housing. Questions
should be directed to Off-Campus

FOR RENT
SUM. RENTAL - Prof's. home. Fully
furn. 4 bdrm. 2 bath 2 study, dishw.,
washer and dryer, yard. June 5-Sept.
1. $225/mo. plus utilities. Call 761-
3394. 38014
FALL RENTALf
hrrmf~r ni v~ li nilh b

SUMMER SUBLET
OWN BDRM. in 1g. spacious house, 1g-
kitchen, liv. rm., din. rm., June 21-
Aug. $45/mo. 328 John. 662-4049. 10U15
SUMMER RENTAL
2 Bdrm. furn. unit or partial sublet
near law and business schools. Call
Professional Management Associates,.
769-4227. 11Ute
731 PACKARD. NO. 115 (near State).
Bi-level 1 BDRM., A/C, for June-Aug.
665-2229. 8U14

WANTED TO BUY
EUROPE - Wanted round trip ticket
leaving early July, returning late
August or early Sept. Bill, 761-1536
or 764-0552. DK15

I Housing, 764-7400. 2 2 drm. Turn. unit near law anao usi-
tness schools. Call Professional Man-
agement Associates, 769-4227. 39Ctc
2-BEDROOM APT. on North Campus
for sublet June 20-Dec. 31 for married 1 PERSON to share house w/ couple.
students only. $125 a month.' 665- $53 and 1/3 utilities. 665-0580. 40C13
4041 eves. 23C7
________- .._.__ _-BUSINESS MAN-Apt. for rent, down-
OFF. SPACE w/bathroom on campus, town. 8-5 763-2141, eves. 439-2639.
$125. Call 761-7764. 34C12 41C14
NYC SUBLET, Greenwich Village, good EFFICIENCY on campus. $100/mo. 662-
location, June 15-Sept. 8, $375 for 6591 or 761-7764. 33C12
entire summer, 4 rms., great bargain.
662-3761. 36C11'ROOM FOR MAN in nice southeast

WANTED--1 3-speed Man's Bike and 1 FOR SALE: Plectrum banjo, Weymann,
3-speed Woman's Bike, Call 761-8932 Phone 761-7839. 30X11
after 5:00. 28K11 12-STRING Gibson w/ hard case. 1 yr.
old. Both perf. cond. Guitar cost $345,
LOST AND FOUND case $81. Will sell both for best offer!
over $225. 761-8477. 33X13
LOT-uzy ra kttn Plas l

IOWA CITY (N--The board
in control of athletics at the
University of Iowa said yes-
terday it has accepted the
resignation of athletic direc-
tor Forest Evashevski and
relieved head football coach
Ray Nagel of his duties.

daily
NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL DINNER

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LOST-Fii_ z, gray kitten. Please call
i #:RriAd;9 rpx;--.Arri 9nAll

PERSONAL

OFFICE SPACE with bathroom. On
campus. $125 mo. 662-6591 or 76,1-7764.
32C12
OWN ROOM for woman grad. in big
attractively furnished apt. Rent ne-
got. 662-0348 mornings or eves. DC13
STUDIO APT. for rent, July-Aug. 769-
0876. 27Ctc
KING'S INN APT.. 939 Dewey-Units
available for fall occupancy, new
bldg., all mod. conveniences, many
units with 2 balconies. Call 761-6156
or 665-9866. 17014
711 ARCH
near State and Packard
Modern 2-bdrm. apts. for Fall
features include:
* dishwasher
* balcony
*air-cond.
and much more
Phone 761-7848 or 482-8867
26Ct c

area home, Call 663-8244 after 5 p.m.
or weekends. CX

1346 GEDDES, Near Observatory-Rooms _ +
for men only w/ or w 'o. cooking ___.-
$40-45/mo. Call 668-6906. 12Utc FOUND-Eyeglasses in blue, hard plas-1
tic case, on Tappan near Bus. Ad.
SUMMER MONTHS-3 girls for 1st floor Phone 434-1674. 21A13
apt. at 430 Packard. $180 mo. Parking - -~- ~-- -
in rear. NO 8-8433. 6U14 LOST-Adult female calico cat. Long
.. -- hair, green eyes. Near Mary-Hoover
TWO BEDROOM furnished - Campus St. Please call 761-2423. 22A13
location. Ideal for couple. Call 761- -----
2095 after 6:00 p.m. or on weekends. LOST - GERMAN SHEPHERD (mostly)
7UIE PUPPY, 3 mo. old, called BAM. Call
et, 769-7353 or 662-0582. REWARD. 23A11
2 BDRM. Unfurnished Apt. Sublet,
June 12 thru Aug. 761-6829. 9U4 LOST - Brown briefcase in University
ROOM FOR RENT, Oakland near Hill, and Fifth Ave. area. Contents ex-
$45/mo. Call 663-3153. 24C11 trenely important to owner. 761-6211
or 763-2349. 18A14

THE A
THE

IBBEY THE LODGE
CARRIAGE HOUSE
FORUM VISCOUNT

still the local favorites! Several select
apartments available for summer and
fall semesters in each of these modern

bu ildings. ___ _1_ ____"__
IMMEDIATE occupancy in spacious du- lx eros arekthn i-
C2ha rte rRea Ity plx: 2 bedrooms, large kitchen, liv-.
ing room and basement; own wash-
Fine Campus Apartments ing machine and dryer. Available thru
Aiicriict66 2ainiA A19528, DU14

1335 S. University 665-8825 'Agut GltD <, '' ""'.u'
lOCic FEMALE NEEDED to share 2-man bi-
52l WALNUT. modern, spacious, 2 level in house. Large partitioned bed-
bdrm., 3-man, dishwasher. 668-6906 room. Close to hospital and South U.
42Ctc 769-7551 eves. 5U11
VERY NICE PLACE, 730 s. State, Apt. SUMMER RENTALS
5. no phone, if not home leave a note. Choice Apts. at low rates. Ann Arbor
18C9 Trust Co. Phone 769-2800. 22C83

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FOUND-1 dangly pearl earring. May 1,t
Washington by Frieze Bldg. Call 662-
3763. 19A12
FOUND-German Shepherd pup. In-
quire at Middle Earth, 769-1488. DA11
LOST - Young male cat, white and
grayvery affectionate Please call
Peter. 769-0673 .17A12
ROOM AND BOARD
BLACK FEMALE student, come between
6-9 p.m. 2686 Arrow Wood Trail. 10E11
ROOMMATES WANTED
WANTED-Grad. or working girl with
or withqut apt. for fall. Can live off
campus. 761-8020. 27Y16

FEMALE GRAD seeks tennis partner.I
769-2837. 48F13I
I WILL DO light or heavy housekeep-
ing. Pay negotiable. 764-7622. DF
FREE University-Registration is still
open!! New courses have been added!
Register--Free U office-2nd floorl
Union-763-2130. 47F14
SOVIET UNION. Driving and Camping.
10 weeks, $1350. Includes air and all
expenses. A. Lipson, 2 Garden Terr.,
Cambridge, Mass. 02138 or call (col-,
lect) 617-547-1127. 40F36
COOK YOUR WAY TO HIS HEART.
Weekly classes in basic techniques
for impressive entrees, desserts. 665-
3369. 49F14
Meet the Union Barbers: JACK, JAY,
DAVE, HAROLD, and CHET. 8:30-
5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 42F14
FREE LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER avail-
able for Weddings, Conferences, Por-
traiture, Books, etc. except passport
pics! Call RICHARD LEE, 761-9452
before noon. 46Ftc
THE COMMITTEE of Responsibility, a
group interested in raising funds to
provide medical aid for war-injured
Vietnamese children will hold a meet-
ing Wednesday, May 20th at the
home'of Mrs. Ann Andrew, 6 Marshall
Court (off S. Division) at 8:00 p.m.
All interested persons are welcome!
Please telephone 663-7812 or 761-1931
for further information. 44F11

that an investigation was being tion of the department of inter-
conducted of alleged irregulari- collegate athletics and the foot-
ties in expense accounts of some ball program," said Sam Fahr,
coaching staff members. t board chairman, in a statement1
"Notwithstanding four months released Tuesday afternoon.
of concerted efforts by the board Fahr said the board has con-
and the president of the univer- sulted with Iowa Atty. Gen. Fich-
sity, it has proved impossible to ard Turner about the alleged ex-
provide satisfactory administ-ra- pense account irregularities.
Flood's charges start
reserve cas attee
NEW YORK (/P)-Curt Flood, Goldberg, former Supreme Court
obviously more nervous as a court Justice now a candidate for the
witness than as a St. Louis Car- Democratic nomination for gov-
dinal outfielder, testified yester- ernor of New York State.
day that he had brought his anti- The one-time $90,000-a-year
trus suit against baseball because outfielder had to be handed a
"I didn't think I should be traded baseball bubble gum card, to re-
and treated like a piece of prop- call his batting averages in spe-
erty." cific years.
That is the critical point of Flood; in challenging baseball's
Flood's case challenging baseball's reserve system, is attempting to
reserve system which began trial prove that the sport is a monopoly
in Federal Court here before Judge operating in restraint of trade.
Irving Ben Cooper, a battery of At issue is what is popularly
attorneys and several members of known as the reserve clause-
the baseball establishment. actually a set of rules that binds
Flood appeared tense as he the player to the team that signs
hunched forward on the witness him until he is traded, sold or re-
stand and was led through his leased with or without his knowl-
testilnony by attorney Arthur edge and-or approval.
:Major LeagueStandings

The actions follow months of
feuding within the athletic depart-
ment, and disclosure last week

Campus-1 Block-Fall
418 East Washington-Mod. 1 bdrm.
for 2 or 3 students,
668-6906
OWN BEDROOM in 3-man, 3 bdrrm.
summer sublet: avail. immed. thru
Aug. Kitchen, shower, parking, laun-
dry. Price: $50 and quite negotiable,
call 761-9184 persistently. 25C11
DELUXE Two Bedroom-Parking, quiet,
close to campus, 927 S. Forest Ave.
8 or 12 md. $290-350. After 5 p.m.,
662-6156. 16014
APTS.
LIMITED'
Fall Rentals
611 Church
663-0511
761-5440
Featuring Forest Terrace, 1001 S. Forest,
Mgr, in Apt. No. 211. Park Terrace.
848 Tappan, Mgr. in Apt. No. 10.
Many other 1, 2 and 3 bdrm. apts.
available on campus. 38082
SUMMIT
ASSOC IATES
ADVISES
RESERVE YOUR FALL
APARTMENT NOW.
AVOID THAT "APARTMENT

FURNISHED APARTMENTS
CAMPUS
MANAGEMENT
NOW SHOWING
FOR FALL
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL LOCATIONS
335 E. Huron 662-7787
15Ctc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE-Long-haired, snowball kittens
fat, litter-trained. 663-7745. 49T3
FREE KITTENS! Call 769-1238. 47T15
FREE, 5 friendly kittens. 426-2224. 48T12
FREE KITTENS, litter-trained. Call
665-2800 evenings. 46T12
TICKETS
2 ONE WAY TICKETS Det.-London
July 5 approx. $120, Cy, 769-4046.
2Q11
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1968 YAMAHA 180 cc., good condition.
$275 or best offer. 769-5713 5-8 p.m
39215
A STEAL-1969 Suzuki X-6 Hustler
250 cc speedbomb. $397 or offer. 769-
4488. 38214
HONDA CB 160, 1965
Good condition. 662-0560. 2

DELUXE Two Bedroom unit close to
campus. $150/mo. 927 S. Forest Ave.
After 5, 662-6156. 47U14
418 E. WASHINGTON
Modern 1 Bdrm., large, air-cond., avail.
May and June only. 668-6906. lUtc
3 BEDROOM Apartment-Summer se-
mester, air-cond., dishwasher, mod-
ern, huge living room. 525 Walnut,
No. 6 or 769-6582, CHEAP! 2U12
HUGE SINGLE ROOM in furnished 3-
man apt. near Markley Hall and en-
trance to arb. Back yard faces groovyi
graveyard. $50/mo. 1444 Washington
Hgts., Apt. 1. Ask for Harvard at
the Daily, 764-0552. U12

?;;;shevski, who lifted the Iowa
1a. ys to national football
,?ICiii,ence il the 1950s, said he
iha reqIuested activation of his
'esignation becausc "I can no
longer subject my family to em-
barrassment and obscene phone
calls which he said had become
common during recent months.
Fair said the board "is very
lnindful of the contributions made
by Mr. Evashevski to the athletic
plrograms hre. The state of Iowa
will not soon forget the many
successes an(d achie vements for
which he is responsible in his 18
years at the Universtiy of Iowa.
Fahr said that until a perma-
Ient athletic director is named,
Francis "Buzz" Graham, business
manager of athletics, will serve as
actilng director.
Evashevski told the board that
he lad asked to resign in the
summer of 1969, but had agreed
to wait until the end of 1970. He
now asked to resign by June 30,
1970.
"For 18 years I have conducted
programs which have been in ac-
cordance with Big Ten and NCAA
rules. Never have I been a party
to or tolerated any practice which
was contrary to university policy
or procedure."
Evashevski came to Iowa in
1952 and developed into one of
the university's winningest foot-
ball coaches. His, 1957 and 1959
teams were Rose Bowl champions
and he was named coach of the
year nine times.
He had an over-all coaching
record of 67 wins, 35 losses, and
six ties. and posted a 52-27-4 rec-
ord in 12 years as head coach of
Iowa before becoming athletic di-
r'eocor in 1960.
Evashevski, 52, is a native of
Detroit and played quarterback
at the Univelrsity of Michigan.
His only other head coaching
job was at the University of Utah
where he headed the football staff
for eight years and compiled a 42-
39-1 record.
Nagel's Utah team Won the
W e s t e r n Athletic Conference
championship in 1964 and went
on to win the Liberty Bowl.
Forty-three years old Monday,
Nagel is a former quarterback
from UCLA.
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TWO MEN NEEDED TO FILL 4-man, URGENTLY NEEDS, peace Democrats
2-bdrm. apt. for July-Aug. at $50/mo. living in Livingston county. 437-6484
Also need 3 men for fall at $80/mo. eves. 40F13
Call 663-8440 for details. 28Y14 _-_--
'-6-4--.UNION LANES now open 'til 1 a.m.
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted, July- Fri.-Sat., 12 mid. Sun/-Thurs. 43F141
Aug. $55-mo.. negot. 326 Thompson, EUROPE
No. 2. 663-5993. 29Y14

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BEAUTIFUL, air-cond. furnis
dio apart. w/dishwasher, ov
U of M campus, on 17th
Tower Plaza. Available Juni
Aug. Before 5:30 call 769-5
5:30 call 761-8304.
SUMME)
SUBLET
EXCELLENT LOCATIO
1, 2, 3 BDRM FURN. AP
AIR CONDITIONING
FALL OPTIONS
SUBLET RENTS NEC
CALL 761-8055
Visit 737 Packard
USED CARS
CHEVY Convertible, new top,
$500. 761-7764.
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, '64. $
0564 days; 761-5470 eves.
VW BUS, 1966. New engine
tee. 4 new Pirelli tires. Pe
e haus761-5758. 618 Lawrence
'67 MUSTANG - 8 cyl., sti
miles. GREAT SHAPE. 663-4

NEED 2 FEMALE roommates for sum-
iner half. rood. bi-level apt., $40.mo.
or negotiable. 761-5889. 26Y12
WORKING WOMAN desires female
student roommate to share apart-
ment. $65/mo. 769-5584. 25Y16

June 26/Aug. 6
ROUND TRIP2TO LONDON
$229
(a few seats left)
WE PROVIDE ALL STUDENT TRAVEL
SVRVICES. CALL OR STOP IN AT:
World Wide Charter
211 S. State St.
Dial "ON-A-TRIP" (662-8747)

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COMMUNE NEEDS Sixth. 310 N. State. 45F19
761-3684. 34Y131
- - --------- Creative Photography
FOR SALE WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at' student rates. Call John
GOING OUT OF COUNTRY SALE - Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
Great prices on: typewriter, Dremel see portfolio. F60
jigsaw, 214" drills, lamp, Savage 24
rifle (22'20 G.A.), Daisy co2 BB pistol( PAINTING - Student desires painting
books, albums, 2 Timex watches, jobs, inside and outside. Four years
many others. Call 769-5713 5-8 p.m. experience. Call 662-4736. FD
18B13
CHAIR tosrent.eLarge collapsable arms
INVEST IN 10 SCENIC WOODED and legs. Very warm, comfortable.
Acres at beautiful Whitefish-Bachta- Movable chin. Hello Rabbit. OD.
wana Bays Park. Access to Lake Su- 38F14
---i- V -- Clri nron. T_~75 n rk _- -"-

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Baltimore 25 10 .71
New York 20 17 .54
Boston 16 17 .48
Detroit 15 17 .46
Washington 15 20 .42
Cleveland 11 20 .35
West
Minnesota 24 10 .70
California 25 12 .67
Oakland 18 19 .48
Chicago 15 21 .41
Kansas City 13 23 .36
Milwaukee 12 23 .34
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 5, New York 1
Washington 3, Cleveland 1
Boston 5, Detroit 4
California 3, Chicago 0
Milwaukee 6, Oakland 3

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pro.Near Ski area, -1, I ocs
$1500. 3 yr. terms. P. Wallace, 1-356-
3023. 17B14
29U, 3 -..- --
MUST SELL nearly new Kalart-Victor
Victor 16mm sound movie projector.
Used less than 12 hours. Cost new
$650. will sell for $400. 662-8481. 14B11
new tires.
11N12 FOR SALE - FURNITURE. Call 665-
8202 15B9
$200. 764- - - - - - - --
12N13 HELP WANTED
wguaran- BUS. OPPORTUNITY. Set your own
rformance hrs. hi earn's 1st yr.; operate part or
y shocks. full time; start w/ absolete min. in-
8N141 vestment: men or women; age no
barrier; husb. and wife can work to-
ck, 35,000 get her; leisurely, dignified work; early
955, 9N14 retirement income possible. Inquire
. - at 761-6468 after 2 p.m. 14H13

LADY GODIVA wore a see-thru from
Wild Flower-the unique boutique.
516 E. William-above the bike shop.
11F4
ASTROLOGER (mature) seeks consult-
ancy with clinical psych. or psychia-
trist in either research or clinical
mapping. Replies confid. Box 27 or
769-5318. 32F11
YOU are our business-OUR only busi-
ness. Wild Flower-the unique bou-
tique. 516 E. William-above the bike
shop. 10F41
HIGH? . . . Just 20afeet above the
ground (171, feet above the yo-yo
rack in the bike shop). Wild Flowtr-
the unique boutique. 516 E. William.
9F4

HUNTINGSY BUSINESS SERVICES,
FEATURING ___- _ -- ______
Efficiencies; 1, 2, 3 bedroom WILL DO IRONING in my home. Call{
apartments after 6 p.m., 761-5386. 9J15
Air conditioning ~- --- ____ ___ _- __
Garbage disposals PROFESSIONAL TYPING. Quick and
Dishwashers inexpensive. Marcy, 769-4018 eves.,
Laundry facilities wkends. ' 10J16
Parking
WILL DO BABYSITTING. Evenings and
CALLO761-8055R STOP BY OUR weekends, excellent references. Call
RENTAL OFFICE AT 737 PACKARD Cathy at 769-3215 after 6 p.m. J14
9-5:30 daily _-- ____-. - ....~~ ~~
42Ctc THESES, PAPERS (incl. technical) typ-
AVAIL. FOR SMMER as-F -LLed. Experienced, professional; IBM
AVAIL. FOR SUMMEl't & FALL Selectric. Quick service. 663-6291. 42Jtc
I WILL DO light or heavy housekeep-
1700 Geddes ing. Pay negotiable. 764-7622. DJ
Beautifully decorated, large 2 bedroom, EXPERIENCED PAINTING-Interior and
bi-level apartments. Stop in daily
noon to 5:30 (Mon.-Fri.), 10 a.m. to 2 3Exterior, yardwork, oddjobs, free es-
p.m. Sat. or phone 761-1717 or 665- 98o hu j 71-
8825, , 1Ctc 9861. 8J 12
TYPING term papers, theses, etc. Rea-
sonable, neat. Office electric ma-
chine. Call Rich Shulik, 761-0770, 761-
CAMPUS 071. 5J9
NOW ON CAMPUS

'68 FIAT Sport Spyder. Excel.
763-0134.

cond.
2N11

RELIABLE VW, '66, red, sunroof, radio,
1 owner (UM faculty member), excel-
lent condition. $950. 761-7712. 6N14
1966 BUICK Special. New clutch, trans-
mission, tune-up, muffler. U-joints,
manual. $770/offer. 665-8322 evenings.
25N14

BOOKKEEPER
rienced, full
ing, working
ing. payroll,
payable, and
662-3123.

and Gal Friday-Expe-
time, duties: some typ-
with figures, bookkeep-
account receivable and
other interesting duties.
12H14

WINDOW WASHER Wanted on Satur-
days. Call 662-7054, 1810 Stadium
Place. 13H11

WA#rAVS
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Minnesota 5, Kansas City 4, 10 inn.
Todays Games
Oakland at Milwaukee, night
Minnesota at Kansas City, night
California at Chicago
Boston at Cleveland, night
Washington at New York, night
Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
made for students in schools having
opening dates other than May 6 and
July 1, 1970.
Placement Service
General Division
3200 S.A.B.
Interviews at Gen. Div., call 763-1363
for appts.
Fidelity Group, May 21, all day, any
degree area, extra-curricular college
yrs. pref., sales mgt. positions, any sales
exposure helpful, training extensive,
courses toward CLU.
Current Openings in S.E. Mich. Areas,
others nationwide:

Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 1
New York 7, Montreal 4
Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 0, 10 inn.
St. Louis 12, Houston 3
Atlanta at San Francisco, inc.
Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
New York at Montreal, night
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, night
St. Louis at Houston, night
Los Angeles at San Diego, night
Atlanta at San Francisco
Chrysler Motors Corp., Mi., admin.
trainee in district sales mgmt., 6 mo.
trng. degree, any area, new graduate.
Div. of Vocational Rehabil., M i c h.
Dept. of Educ., Ann Arbor, voc. rehab.
counselor for disabled, disadvantaged,
vocationally handicapped in Ypsi-Wash.
county areas; prefer male black ap-
plics., MA psych, soc., G&C, etc.; pre-
fer exper. in similar agencies.
Mich., Civ. Service, public welfare
trainees, state wide, exam announce-
ment. Other announcements for librar-
ians, fisheries biologist, med. social wk.
consultant, activities therapy supervis-
or.
West Coast Ofe. of U of M Alumni
Ofc., San Francisco, secretary/public
rel. position, prefer young person with
positive interest in U of M, fairly good
clerical skills, good contact skills.

KILLER ARMY TRUCK-DODGE 314
TON PICK-UP. $1350 CASH TO
SEND LITTLE OLD LADY OWNER
& 2 CRITTERS FAR AWAY FOR
SUMMER, PLEASE. 769-4623 PER-
SISTENTLY. 3N12
1968 MGB Roadster, excel. cond., radio,
wire wheels, tanneau. Best offer. Car
in AA. 493-2560. 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 50N15
TRANSPORTATION

NEW FURNISHED APARTMENTS'
FOR SUMMER AND FALL
DAH LMAN N
APARTMENTS
545 CHURCH ST.
761-7600
38Ctc
STUDIO ROOM FOR MAN with priv.
entrance and lavatory. Call 663-8244
after 5 p.m. and weekends. CV
EFFICIENCY APT. on canipus, no
utilities. $100. 761-7764. 35012
DOUBLE SIZE TOWNHOUSE, walk
downtown from lovely two bdrm. for
family. Many extra rms.. . photo-
graphic dkrm., family rm. w fireplace,
1g. study. All appliances and dish-
washer. $275 pays-central ac, heat.
water. 761-4008, 725 W. Huron. Avail.
now. 37Ctc

Campus MultiService
TYPING
PRINTING
'THESIS SERVICE
Fast, Dependable. Low-Priced
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
Summer hours: 10-4 Mlon.-Fri.
3J tc
UNIVERSITY
TYPING
SERVICE;
'Thesis Service
Papers
Dissertations
General Office and Secretarial Work
Pick-Up and Delivery
Available
Prompt Service
CALL 971-2446
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DRIVE our stick shift car to SAN
FRANCISCO. 761-4254. 15G13
RIDE WANTED. Michigan Union to
Howard Johnson's 6:30 am. Mon.-Fri.
Call Debbie, 761-6554. 16G13
INDIA Overland. $204, regular trips. 39
Lansdowne Gardens, London S.W. 8,
U.K. 50
MISCELLANEOUS
GIRL WANTED to travel in Europe
with-mo. of Sept. 665-6870. 29M9

ADOLESCENT G I R L - Desperately
needs liscenable foster parents. Short
or long term. Monthly allowance,
consultation service available if de-
sired. 665-6671. 9H16
CAMP COUNSELORS, male. Boy's camp.
Berkshiie Mts., Western Mass., needs
qualified personnel over 20 years in
any of the following areas: SAILING,
SCUBA, SMALL-CRAFTS, SWIM-
MING, WATER SKIING,. NATURE
AND PIONEERING, CAMP NEWS-
PAPER AND YEARBOOK, AND
BASKETBALL. Write: Camp Lenox,
37 Wood Valley Lane, Port Wash.,
N.Y. 11050, or call 516-627-6417. 1OH11
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED-2-man unfurnished or fur-
nished apt. starting anytime inAug-
Au-ust for 1-2 yrs.. on or off campus.
662-9738 after 6. LF
WANTED TO RENT-Professor, wife,
2 children, would like furnished
house or large apt. for 1 year begin-
ning Aug. or Sept. Write J. Becker,
19 Hobart Lane, Amherst, Mass. 01002.
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