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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 21. 1957

'NEVER CUT AND DRIED':

DAILY CASSIFIED ADS

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By ROSE PERLBERG
"Others may prefer the black or
white, but I'll stick to the middle
ground in the world of sports,
where one thing is never cut and
dried, never just a score ..:'
So ex-Sports Editor David Grey,
'57, explains the title of his col-
umn,'The Greyline. But more than
mere explaination, it forms the
basis for the philosophy that
marks Dave's outlook on sports.'
Last month, the tall, athletic-
looking New Yorker finished his
term as one of the most effective
editors-to hold the reins of Michi-
gan sports coverage in recent
years.
Brought Out Potential
Quiet, reserved yet persistent, he
had the talent to organize, the
ability to bring out the fullest
potential in his staff and at the
same time command their respect.
Usually his keen interest in1
sports didn't show through the
calm exterior. But his associate
editor, Steve Heilpern, remembers,
"several football games when
Michigan came up from behind
to win and Dave went crazy with
the rest of us."
Co-workers were especially im-
pressed with Dave's analytical
mind. Never satisfied with just
writing a story, he has to dig and
find out what's behind it.
Knows Sports.
Heilpern compares Dave's rela-
tionship to sports with "a ship's
Organization
Notices
The Congregational and Disciples
Student Guild, Mid-week Tea, May. 21,
4:30-6:00 p.m., Guild House.
* * *
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
Student - faculty Tea at Canterbury
House, May 21, 4:00-6:00.
* * *
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
Breakfast at Canterbury House follow-
ing the 7:00 a.m. celebration of Holy
Communion at the Church, May 22.

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
DAVE GREY
. . . ex-Daily Sports Editor
captain to an ice-berg. He knows
what's going on underneath as
well as on top."
Dave runs a big hand through
close-cropped sandy hair as he
enlarges on his "sports philoso-
phy:"
"I always look for the why's
behind each game,'" he says earn-
estly. "Try to analyze psychologi-
cal and social pressures of compe-
tition." 4
The search for depth had, him
daily trodding the proverbial path
between sports desk and the ath-
letic plant. After more than a year
of what he calls a "friendly-busi-
ness relationship" with players
and coaches, Dave can sit back
and sum up impressions of large-
scale athletics.
Builds Character
Michigan, he claims, is unique
in this respect. Compared to those
in other schools, Dave says, the
Michigan athlete isn't under near-
ly as much pressure. Coaches con-
centrate just as much on charac-
ter building as game winning.

"You see the difference," he
continues with a little frown,
"when you go to an 'away game'
with the football team. There's so
much emphasis on athletics in
some playces that players are vir-
tual machines and what's worse
they often don't know how to take
it if they lose."
What's most important in sports
reporting? "Accnracy," declares
the journalism major without
hesitation.
Demands Accuracy
Known by his staff as a "bug for
accuracy," Dave continually stres-
sed the fact that sports reporting
includes rfiore names, terms, sta-
tistics and just plain facts than
almost any other field.
he also tried to show them by
self-example that no matter how
strong a Michigan fan you are,
you are first a reporter "Dave was
as pro-Michigan as the rest of us,
but when he found something to
blame he didn't hesitate," a night
editor says with admiration.
Next to accuracy, Dave holds
participation in sports the key to
good writing. "If you understand
what you're writing you'll do a
better job," he tells neophyte re-
porters.
Active In Sports
Active himself, Dave played
football, baseball and soccer for
New York City's Horace Mann
High School before a back injury
forced him to follow less energetic
aports lines.
His most exciting sAify? Dave
mentally sifts through a handful,
pins it down to last year's Ohio
State game.
"I'd talked to the players and
coaches before the game," he says,
eyes shining at the recollection,
"and I could just sense that we
would win. It was more than a
thi'iil when we did."
Day Had Two Sides
Dave's day had two sides. When
the world of sports and printing
ink dissolved into prolonged argu-
ment (he's a "diehard Democrat"),
when opened collar was secured
with a loud tie, when the nick-
name "Tonk," which several Daily
co-workes had coined for him,
changed to "lumbus," Dave was
home in Phi Gamma Delta frater-
nity.
As for the future, Dave hasn't
made any long-term plans,- but
he's sure of one thing-he'd like
to live in the midwest, "I was set
to stay out here when I was a
freshman," he declares.
New York? He shrugs. shakes
his head and laughs: "Not for me.
Too hectic and cramped. Here
things are more natural, more
friendly and not so hurried. You
can get outside and do things."
Trys Edit Writing
Next year he starts working for
The Ann Arbor News. No, not in
the sports department. He'll be
trying his hand at editorial writ-
ing.
"Sports is too limited," explains
Dave with characteristic candor.
"I want to go beyond it."
If he continues to probe beyond
the surface "score," he should cer-
tainly succeed.
Honor Society
Selects Heads
National convention of Sigma
Rho Tau, engineering honor soci-
ety, was held Saturday at the
University.
Don Patterson, '57E, and Mich-
ael Miller, '58E, acted as cp-
chairmen of the convention.
Larry Selwitz, '59E, was elected
president at the final business
meeting, and Duane Fitzgerald,
'57E, was elected secretary-treas-
urer.

Fitzgerald and Brian Moriarty,
'57E, took first places in the con-
vention's racontour story telling
and impromtu speech contests.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Sleeping room, private
bath, newly redecorated. Six blocks
from campus. Call NO 8-6071. )C204
FOR HONEYMOONERS-Nice secluded
modern cottage available by June 22
for one or two weeks. UppervPenin-
sula. Also cottage sleeping five peo-
ple. Write for folder. L. Epper, Mc-
Millan, Mich. z )C196
TWO SINGLE rooms in same house.
Near campus. For summer school.
Two ladies. Write Miss Mary Hussey,
512 West Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
Tel. 7-5243. )C197
FOR RENT. 3 room furnished apart-
ment; modern; available June 10th;
laundry facilities; preferably 2 pro-
fessional women or couple only. Near
campus, NO 3-4325. )C198.
FOR SUMMER. Reasonable three-rooms
and bath near IM Building. Partly
furnished. NO 3-0521, ext. 829 for 2 or
3. )C199
FURNISHED APARTMENT for smmer
rent, 2 rooms, kitchen and bath. $65.
Call NO 2-0021 evenings. )C200
ACROSS FROM Ferry Field. Apart-
ments for one or two persons; pri-
vate baths; furnished and unfur-
nished; summer or longer. Inquire
1315 S. State after 5:30. )C201
AVAILABLE June 15 to Aug. 15 - 3
room furnished apartment with bath.
Near campus. Preferably married cou-
ple. Call NO 3-0435 after 5:30. }C202
SUMMER apartment, 3 rooms and
bathroom furnished. Very reasonable.
Call Dick Gould, NO 3-3307. )C203
ROOMS-Double and suite, male gradu-
ate student (summer and fal), half
block from campus. Cooking priv-
ileges. 417 E. Liberty. )C191
FURNISHED APARTMENT for 3 or 4
men. Excellent location. Reasonable.
Call NO 2-2556 during the day, Mr.
Lighthammer. )C193
TO RENT-Summer, 2 rooms and bath
nicely furnished near campus. $60 in-
cluding utilities. NO 8-7933. )C194
CLEAN, QUIET, AND AIRY 5 room fur-
nished apartment near campus, sum-
mer session FOR ADULTS. Also studio
room, newly decorated, private en-
trnce. Call NO 2-8361. )C195
ROOM FOR summer student (male) in
a private home, 1i blocks west of
Packard Road, 2 blocks from City
limits. Car necessary. Call NO 2-6115
after 5 p.m. $6.50 per week. )C178
5 ROOM, 4 person summer apt. 1 block
from Engine Arch. Call NO 3-6332.
)C170
APARTMENTS
FURNISHED for 4 adults. S. State.
Utilities paid. Available on June
8 and June 11 to Sept. 15. HU 2-2757.
)C158
ROOMERS in fraternity for summer.
Phone NO 3-5806 anytime. )C-152
ROOMS FOR MALE STUDENTS, 5
Double at $6.50/wk. available now.
Also rooms for summer session. NO 2-
6094 after 5 P.M. 1021 Hill St. 2 doors
from East Quad. )C132
FOR FALL and summer-modern apart-
ments 1 block from campus. NO 2-
1443. )C99
NEW furnished efficiency apt., walk-
ing distance, for summer rental. Wil-
liam Dawson, NO 2-2076. )C185
1ST FLOOR apt. at 810 Church St.
Furnished for three. Summer rental
to Sept. 15, $135. Private entrance and
bath. NO 2-7969. )C186
FOR SUMMER - A 2 bedroom apt.
Modern, completely furnished, with
swimming pool. NO 3-4187, p.m. Mike
Freeman. )C188
FOR JUNE 15 to Sept: 15; three large
rooms, plus bath, kitchen. Completely
furnished, air conditioned, and 5
minutes from campus. $100 per
month. Phone NO 3-6392. )C190
ROOM AND BOARD
A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE
for summer men. Competitive
rates! Clean rooms. Good food. 1319
Hill. Howard Wentz. NO 2-6422. )E22
ROOM AND BOARD for summer. Very
reasonable. Room $6 per week. Board
3 meals daily, $2.30, 5 days per week.
For information call Al Szemborski,
NO 2-8312, 6-7 p.m. Alpha Chi Sigma.
)E24
A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE
For next year. Upper classmen or.
grads. Reserve now. Good food,
clean rooms. 1319 Hill. Howard
Wentz. NO 2-6422. )E23
SUMMER students wanted to room at
Kappa Sigma, 806 Hill St. For in-
formation call Stan Sabik or Larry
Howard at NO 8-8612. )E25

1 DAY 3 DAYS
.75 1.87
.90 2.25
1.04 2.60
Figure 5 average words to a Iine
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.
Phone NO 2-3241

6 DAYS
2.78
3.33
3.85
M. Saturday

USED CARS
1956 OLDS 98 Holiday Hardtop, 15,000
miles, 8' months old, excellent con-
dition. Call HU 3-1519 after-1 p.m.
'53 FORD convertible. Fordomatic, ra-
dio, heater,- excellent condition. Call
NO 3-6790 after 8 P.M. )N152
1950 FORD V-8, two door. Terrific run-
ning condition. 5 new tires with less
than 1,000 miles on them. Must sell!
$150. Call NO 3-3163. )N153
ALTERATIONS
Dressmaking
Tailoring, restyling. Will do fitting in
your home or mine. Experienced,
minimum charges. NO 5-6370.
Pick-up and Delivery ,
)P3
DRESSMAKER
Alterations, Restyling
334 S. State St. NO 3-6812
)P4
DRESSMAKER
Mending - Alterations Ph. NO 2-9541.
)P1
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single-breasted, $18; or new silk
shawl collar, $25. Write to Michaels
Tailoring Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776. )P2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST K & E Slide rule. Name J. Eckle
on case. Call NO 5-6607. )A156
REWARD for information leading to
whereabouts of gold ring. Lost 3/18 in
library. Call 3-0521, ext. 672. If no ans.
leave message. )A120
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Riders to Sacramento, Calif.
Share costs. Leaving Monday of June
7. Call NO 2-9792 between 5 and 6.
)G62
WANTED-Riders to Spokane, Wash-
ington. June 8. Bob Barrow, NO
2-7252. )G63
BEAUTY SHOPS
VOGUE BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Service
300 S., Thayer . . . NO 8-8384
' )Y7
PHILLIPS BEAUTY SALON
Phillips for Hair Styles
1315 S. University . . NO 8-7156
)Y5
FLORENCE'S BEAUTY STUDIO
Complete Beauty Service
Hutzel Bldg., 106 E. Liberty-NO 2-0897
)Y3
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
EXPERT FOREIGN and Sports Car
Service. Nye Motor Sales, Inc., 514 E.
Washington. NO 3-4858. )S60
FOREIGN CARS SERVICED
All Makes
European Cars

PERSONAL
DON'T MISS-+-Thurs., May 23 ICE
CREAM SOCIAL. Benefit for the
blind. Phi Psi lawn at Hill and Wash-
tenaw. )F240
THE BATTLE of the budget- can be
solved! Save over 50% on magazines
by subscribing through Student Pe-
riodical, NO 2-3061. Last chance for
June graduates! Stock up now!
)F241
EDDIE WHITE, formerly of Lee's
Barbers, now at- Varsity Barber. 617
E. William at State. )F239
JEWELS OF LASTING VALUE
exclusive in Ann Arbor
$2 to $20,
MARGARET SHOP
Greene's Cleaners' Building
)F235
ALL COLORS - baby parakeets and
breeders. Canaries. Baby cockatiel
cages. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403. )T3

HELP WANTED
WANTED: Phone operator. Full or part
time. Good speaking voice. Call for
interviews. NO 2-5539 Arthur Mur-
ray Studio. 1311 S. U. )H139
NEXT FALL wanted accredited nursery
school teacher 3 mornings a week.
Call NO 2-6188. )H138
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
MALE camp counselors for Ann Arbor
Y.M.C.A. General cabin ocunselors,
waterfront program director, and trip
director. Call Mr. Cole, NO 2-6564.
) H141
WATER SPORT FANS-Men, Women
SELL LIFE GUARD FLOATS
If you live in a water recreation area.
See display ad Wed., May 22 for
details. It is fun to demonstrate and
sell this remarkable new water sports
device. Interviews in Student Union,
Rooin 32, 1 to 7 p.m., May 22.
)H140
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
BAG IT-DON'T DRAG IT
Fine selection of gadget bags
from $1.49 up-many specials.
THE QUARRY, INC.
320 S. State St. NO 3-1991
More than just a camera shop
)D85
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
plies, Hamsters, Parakeets, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
. (open daily except Thursday)
)T17

WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: GOOD furnished two-bed-
room apartment or small house close
to campus. Ex-teaching fellow and
wife returning for summer session.
Period desired: June 16 through Aug.
4. Please write to William Cherniak,
345 South Main Street, Jamestown,
N.Y. )L17
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Wedding gown. Exquisite
original creation-satin eggshell, long
scalloped train, hand-beaded embroi-
dery. Size 10 to 12. $100. Call NO 3-
8483 4 to 8 P.M. )B349
DIAMOND RINGS. Complete selection.
Best price anywhere. Direct from fac-
tory at 55% off list. No risk-money-
back guarantee. NO 2-2684. )B237
41-FOOT 1955 Roycraft Trailer. 2 bed-
rooms. HU 3-0208. )B348
PIANO FOR SALE, Upright. Fine con-
dition. Bench. $65. NO 2-5418. )B344
DELICATE LADIES' ring; original de
sign-10 diamonds encircling cul-
tured pearl. $110. Phone NO5-1183.
)B341
FOR SALE: 6 month-old Cold-Spot 4
cubic foot freezer. Sell at sacrifice.
Call NO 3-2277 after 6 P.M. )B340
SPRING & SUMMER FORMALS il
pastel colors. Excellent condition,
Some worn only once. Sizes 9-10.
Phone NO 5-5817 evenings. )B333
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25,
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup.
plies.

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SAM'S STORE
Phone NO 3-8611
122 East Washington

)B205

USED CARS USED CARS
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THE
BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Office 214 E. Washington - NO 3-0800
Models Open Daily 10-8 )R1"
BUSINESS SERVICES
Fountain Pens and Pencils
Sales and Service
:Factory Men To Serve You

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314 S. State
NO 3-2541
NO 3-2481

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RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickles Arcade.
PJ2
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and SERVICZ;
pick up and delivery. Mosley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888. )J65

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504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107
PASTEL MINK--NEW SKINS
Direct from an EMBA Ranch.
MARGARET SHOP - 516 . LIBERTT
J50
WASHINGS - Also irning separately,
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
livery. Phone NO 2-9020. )J23
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE,
RADIOS, REPAIRS

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303 Ashley

NO 5-5800
)S68

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For the Best in
Tires. Batteries, and Service
"HOB" GAINSLEY
SERVICE
So. University & Forest
}849

508 E. William
NO 3-3223
)XI

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NO 8-6416

GOLDEN'S SERVICE
featuring STANDARD Products
601 Packard - NO 8-94298
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incl. HelI-arc and spat welding.
Expr'tl dev., design. Facilities for
model making id pilot production.
NOrmandy 2-5585.

334 Nickels Arcade
(above Bay's Jewelry)
NO 2-7767 NO 2-9425
)X32
Record 'Sale
Overstock 12" LP's
$3.98 and $4.98 values, only $2.98.
Major labels represented
LIBERTY MUSIC SHOPS
205 E. Liberty Phone NO 2-0675
211 S. State Phone NO 8-9013
)X33

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$1.50 and up per roll.
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