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KC WINS IN 11, 9-6
SPRING TERM SUBLET. Large single room in
cooperative house. Alan, 9944238. 63U420
WY have an extensive list of low-priced sublets for
spring and su~mmer. 1, 2, and 3 bedroom furnished'
apartments located on and off campus. For best
selection call now. 668-6906 or 663-3641. 52U420
SPRUNG-SUMMER SUBLET. 2 bedroom, bi-evel,
all hiodern conveniences. State and Hill. 99-0361.
GOOD SUBLET STILL OPEN!
RIo6i for 2 non-smoking females in large apart-
ment. near campus, Farmers' Market, downtown.
Fivefurnished rooms, off street parking, bi-level.
Negotiable. Call 663-0158. dU420
EXCELLENT LOCATION-Furnished room on
Hill St. near E. University. Sublet May through
August: Rent very negotiable. Call 763-2751 evenings.
SUBLET-State and Huron. P. at one bedroom in
two bedroom apt. Prime apyArtment in recently
remodeled building. Mark, 763-3297 or 995-0409, pref-
erably after 6p.m. 55U420
SEPT. 994.8064. 44U420
3 BEDROOM HOUSE for Spring and Summer
Sublet. $90 per person, negotiable. Fully furnished,
nice neighborhood and back yard. 996-0028. 46U420
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET-On campus location.
Two bedroom apt. Price negotiable. Call 995-9409.
ROOM FOR ONE MALE. Own bedroom of a 3
bedroom apt. Share kitchen, bath, living room.
5/18-8/30. $100 per month. Call Dan, 995-5107. 59U420
SUBLET-3 BEDROOM, free parking, best offer,
1000 Oakland, 6634437, call M-F anytime. 60U420
2-BEDROOM SUBLET. May thru Aug. Furnished,
acrosi from CCRB, balcony, has everything. $180/
mo. 769-0416.1336 Geddes, Apt. 4. 58U420
S/S SUBLET-Modern 2 bedroom apartment close
to campus. Fail option. Call 994-8062. 21U418
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET. Fantastic 2-bedroom
bilevel campus apt. Air conditioning, balcony. Rea-
sonable. 996-2448. 64U420
SUMMER SUBLET-2 bedrooms, great location,
air conditioned, free parking. Call 996-2357. 45U420
SUMMER SUBLET May-Aug.
Sunny, Modern, 2-bedroom bi-level apt. Dishwasher,
A/C, parking, laundry, Near campus, CCRB, U.
Hospital. 995-3750. 56U420
3 bdrms., 2V2 baths, dishwasher, air cond., garbage
disposal, fully carpeted, balcony, parking space,1
min to CCRB, 5 min. to Med. center & central cam-
Pus. Call 996-9451
SPRIING/SUMMER SUBLET-1 bedroom in 2 bed-
roon apt. available on South State St. A/C, right
across from Campus Corner. $100.00. Spacious for
2 people. Only $50.00 each if 2 people rent it. Call
SUMMER SUBLET-Great location next to CCRB.
Modein 2 bdrm. apartment, dishwasher, parking
space; air conditioner, Maize and Blue apartment.
Rentpegotiable. 995-9244. dU420
SUBIET THIS APARTMENT-8 min. from campus,
furnished, laundry, parking, May-Aug., air cond.,
new ,arpet, and morel Cheap for summer. 307
Packard, No. 3. Call 662-9152 evenings. dU420
SU5IMER SUBLET-2 bedroom, A/C, furnished
apartnent. 2 min. from Medical Center, 6 min.
from .Central Campus. Call 668-0313 persistently.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-2 of 3 bedrooms.
Furnished Island Drive Apt. Pool, AC. Best offer.
Near'Medical Campus. 994-9067 after 11p.m. 62U420
SUMMIER SUBLET-ROOM available for one-two
females in Albert Terrace. Great location, beautiful
bi-level apartment. Price negotiable. Phone 995-
Tigers drophm opener
By TOM SHAHEEN__
Special to the Daily
HUGE 2-BEDROOM Bi-level with balcony. 2-4
persons. Close to campus. 996-9683. 54U420
$325/MO. FOR WHOLE HOUSE; 5 bedroom;
furnished; May 20-Aug.; no fall option; 1331 Geddes,
SUBLET-2 ROOM EFFICIENCY. One block from
Union. $130 per month. 994-5991. 61U420
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Two bedrom, fur-
nished apt. Great location. A/C, parking. Rent
negotiable. 994-4355. 12U420
LARGE ROOMS for Summer Sublet. N. State off of
Catherine, parking, price negotiable. Ask for Len
or Les, 995-9309. 74U420
SUBLET-CHEAP, May-August. Male / bedroom
in modern two bedroom bilevel apartment across
from CCRB. Phone: 996-9630. 26U420
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-2-bedroom, a/c,
new furniture. LOW price, 4200/month. EMER-
GENCY! 665-6801. dU420
Central location. Sublet 1-6 bedrooms, cheap rent.
SUBLET 5-BEDROOM HOUSE, with washer/
dryer, dishwasher, large porch, big backyard, quiet
neighborhood. 3 blocks from campus. Phone 994-0813.
Available May-Sept. Own room in large 2-bedroom
apt. Utilities included, Study, parking. Near main
campus. Furnished/unfurnished. John, 995-9503 or
M-F, 4-6994-5556. 30U420
May-Aug. Sublet-Female roommate needed for 2
bedroom apt. Balcony, walkin closet, large kitchen,
good location. Call Liz evenings and late afternoons.
6-BEDROOM APT., possible fall option, furnished
i ,cALL util., central campus. 662-3458 anytime,
or 665-3440. 93U420
SUBLET-May thru August with Fall option. 2
Bedroom, 2 bathroom, near campus. Reasonable
rent, air conditioned. Call Lonnie at 764-7197 or
LARGE 2-BEDROOM, fall option, a/c, pool, tennis,
dishwasher, Village Green, unfurn. 665-6528. 09U420
2 HUGE bedrooms, A/C. Rent negotiable. May-
Aug. Call persistently 996-5576. 08U420
SUBLET MY ROOM on campus. Will give discount
off rental price. 665-4099 persistently. 83U420
BEAUTIFUL, SUNNY, furnished 2 bedroom apart-
ment. In old building, large porch. Rick, 994-3412.
ELM STREET SUBLET-$75/month per person.
3 person apartment. 10 seconds from CCRB. Call
662-7417 or 764-0560, ask for Dan. HURRY! dU420
FEMALE needed for SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET.
OWN bedroom, excellent location, laundry, 2 baths,
friendly, cooperative house. Call 668-8743. 15U420
BIG KISS given to first subletter (optional!)-
Room for 6 in beautiful house. Big front porch,
free parking, and very close to campus, behind
CCRB. Even CHEAP! 996-9636. dU420
SUBLET THIS APARTMENT-8 min. from
campus, furnished, laundry, parking, May-Aug., air
cond., new carpet, and more! Cheap for summer.
307 Packard, No. 3. Call 662-9152 evenings. dU420
WEIRD SUBLET-May 18-Aug.: 25 (law students
graduate late). Large 2-bedroom apt. w/dishwasher,
A/C, laundry facilities, parking. 420 Hill, west of
Packard. Good deal. 996-5710. dU420
PETS AND SUPPLIES
NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good watch-
dogs, good with kids. $50. Call 483-5973 after 10 a.m.
DETROIT-Neither the beautiful
spring weather nor the excitement
generated by a home opener could
comfort 50,687 Detroit fans, as their
Tigers dropped an 11-inning, 9-6
decision to the Kansas City Royals at
Tiger Stadium, extending Detroit's
losing streak to seven games.
With the score tied 6-6 in the top of the
11th inning, Royals' centerfielder Willie
Wilson tripled down the right field foul
line off reliever Aurelio Lopez. Lopez
struck out the next batter, and handed
George Brett an. intentional pass to set
up a possible force play at second.
WILLIE AIKENS then delivered a
sacrifice fly, scoring Wilson,' whi h
proved to be the winning run for firt-
year manager Jim Frey's team.
Kansas City added two more runs in the
inning to ice the victory.
Lopez- 'Senor Smoke"-suffered his
second defeat of the young season,
while Kansas City submariner Dan
Quisenberry notched his first victory in
as many decisions.
Detroit missed a golden opportunity
going into the top half of the ninth, as
the Bengals led 6-4. Wilson's bases-
loaded single just out of the reach of
Tiger first baseman Jason Thompson,
brought the Royals to within one.
Sparky Anderson replaced Pat
Underwood with veteran righthander
WITH RUNNERS on first and third,
the Tiger reliever faced Frank White,
White almost allowed the Tigers to turn
a double play, but barely beat the throw
at first, scoring John Wathan and
allowing the Royals to tie the game.
The Tigers gave their faithful a big
thrill in the first inning, scoring four
times and sending Kansas City starting
pitcher Paul Splittorff to an early
Steve Kemp's sacrifice fly drove in
Lynn Jones from third, enabling the
Tigers to jump out to an early 1-0 lead.
Lance Parrish singled, Thompson
doubled to score him and John
Wockenfuss' single drove home
Thompson to make it 3-0. Tom
Brookens' run scoring single capped
the Detroit barrage, spotting starter
Philadelphia 96, Boston 93
Kansas City 9, Detroit 6 (11 inn.)
Texas 6, Boston 5
Milwaukee 3, New York 2
Baltimore 5, Chicago 2
Philadelphia 5, Montreal 7
Atlanta 3, Cincinnati 0
Pittsburgh 12, St. Louis 10
"I'M INNOCENT," pleads second base umpire Dave Phillips as Kansas City
manager Jim Frey makes his point during the first inning of yesterday's
Royals-Tigers baseball game. Joining the discussion are Pete LaCock, left,
and Willie Wilson.
Dave Rozema an early four-run lead.
ROZEMA LOOKEI impressive
through the first four ihnings, setting
down all 12 batters he faced.'In the fifth,
however, the Royals shelled him for
four runs, prompting Sparky Anderson
to send in relief ace John Hiller. The 37-
year-old southpaw held the Royals in
check until Anderson replaced him with
Underwood in the top of the eighth
In the Tiger eighth, Alan Trammell
was the hero, driving in Parrish and
Champ Summers with his bases-loaded
single, breaking the deadlock and
giving the Tigers a 6-4 lead.
Detroit, sporting the American
League's worst record at 1-7, will seek
to end its seven-game losing streak
today, as they face these same Kansas
City Royals at 2:15 p.m. at Tiger
7:00 & 10:00
If you saw it on T.V., don't kid yourself-the only way to see
this film is on the big screen, the way Patton would have
wanted you to! GEORGE C. SCOTT has'the title role of old
blood and guts. With KARL MALDEN.
Sunday: Leni Riefenstahl's
OLYMPIA PART I
Monday: MEET JOHN DOE,
LaCock if ........
Brokns 3b ......... 4 0
Stegmn cf......... 1 0
Gibson cf.......... 4 0
Trammi ss ........ 5 0
Total .............. 45 6
Kansas City ,..................000
DP-Kansas City 1, Detroit 1. LOB-Kansas City
10, Detroit 9. 2B-McRae, Thompson. 3B-Wills,
,F-Quirk, Aikens, Kemp.
Quisnbrry W, 1-0 .......... 3
Rozema ................ 4%
Underwood, 'P............. 1%
Billingbam ......,......... 1%
Lopez L, 0-2 .............. 1
WP-Hiller. T-3:34. A-50,687
H R ER BB sO
At Old A & D Aud.
'M' batsmen take to road
If you have Used Books,
to Sell- Read ThisI
As the Semester end approaches - bringing with it a period of heavy
book selling by students - ULRICH'S would like to review with you their
BUY- BACK POLICY.
Used books fall into several categories, each of which - because of the
law of supply and demand - has its own price tag. Let's explore these
various categories for your guidance.
CLASS I. CLOTHBOUND
A textbook of current copyright - used on our campus - and which the
Teaching Department involved has approved for re- use in upcoming
semesters- has the highest market value. If ULRICH'S needs copies
of this book wp will offer a minimum of 50% off the list price for copies
in good physical condition. When we have sufficient stock of a title
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which will be explained later in this article. (THIS IS ONE REASON
FOR SELLING ALL YOUR USED BOOKS AT ONCE!)
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Paperback are classified in two groups: A. Text Paperbacks; B. Trade
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B. Trade Paperbacks would draw an approximate offer of 25% of the
list price when in excellent condition.
Some of the above Class I or Class I books will be offered which have
torn bindings, loose pages, large amounts of highlighting and under-
lining, orother physical defects. These will be priced down according
to the estimated cost of repair or saleability.
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By DREW SHARP
Michigan's baseball team will have
a battle on its hands this weekend when
it visits Minnesota today and Wisconsin,
on Sunday in a pair of doubleheaders.
Both teams were pre-season picks to
capture the Big Ten title.
The Gophers are only 8-8 thus far, but
CLASS OF '80
As you graduate and
embark on your long-await-
ed nursing career, you owe
it to yourself to find out
about the opportunities
that are available for you at
Hurley Medical Center.
Hurley is a medical center
offering much more than
just general care for it's
patients. Besides the basic
services one would expect,
Hurley serves the area with
many highly specialized
programs. Orientation for
new employees is a
minimum of 6 weeks. The
length of the program is
determined by the adapt-
ability of the individual.
Hurley offers competitive
wages and an excellent
benefit package. For more
Wolverine coach Bud Middaugh is still
very concerned about them.
oThe Gophers' top hitter is outfielder
Tom Steinbach, who boasts a .412x
average. The leading RBI man is
second baseman Gary Jost with 14. Fir-
st baseman Phil Johnson tops the team
in round-trippers with five.
The pitching staff is anchored by lef-
thander Ed Roch, who sports a 3-1
record and a 3.86 ERA. Roch will
probably start the first game of the
Wisconsin's 4-12 record is quite
deceiving, according to Middaugh.
"Wisconsin was second in the Big Ten
last year and they have all of their
pitchers of last season returning, so you
know that they are tough," he said.
The key hitter for the Badgers is
designted hitter James Barwick, who is
batting at a .367 clip. Providing the
Badger muscle is centerfielder Frank
Shellenback, who leads the team in
homers and runs batted in with five and
As for the Wolverines, junior pitcher
Mark Clinton, a standout in recent
outings, will get the call for the opening
Minnesota game. Steve Ontiveros will
probably earn the nod in the nightcap.
Scott Dawson and Scott Elam will
receive the starting assignments for the
The first annual Burns Park Run will
be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. Offering
one, three and six mile races, the cour-
se will wind through the historic
residential areas surrounding Burns
Park, which is located on Wells Street
in Ann Arbor. Entries are still being ac-
cepted at Tortoise and Hare Running
Center, Stein & Goetz Sporting Goods,
Athletes Shop and Playmakers. For
further details, call 769-9510 or 769-8349.
If you need a good
job with a solid future,
why not try the United
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There's real oppor-
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and you can earn your
commission by com-
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Ar Force Officer
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Each semester various professors decide to change text for a given
course. These decisions on change of textbooks are made in echelons
of THINKING AND AUTHORITY far above the level of your local book retailers, AND ULRICH'S
HAS NO PART IN THE DECISION. (Quite often we have MANY copies of the old title of which
you have only ONE.)
However, ULRICH'S does enter the picture by having connections with over 600 other bookstores
throughout the country. We advertise these discontinued books and sell many of them at schools
where they are still being used. ULRICH'S does this as a service to you and pays you the BEST
POSSIBLE price when you sell them to us with your currently used books.
Authors and publishers frequently bring out new editions. When we "get caught" with an old
edition, let's accept the fact that it has no value on the wholesale market, and put it on the shelf
as a reference book or sell it cheap for a bargain reference book.
You will find that you come out best in the long run when you sell ALL your books to ULRICH'S.
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