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C-4 THE STATE JOURNAL fri.. Jan. 4, 1 980 Steelers, Buccaneers favored By HAL BOCK AP Sports Writer TAMPA, Fla. They 'are football's own small miracle, a team of unknowns, rarely exposed on national television, hidden away in the closet.-Now they are about to complete a giant-sized step up in class. Would you believe the Tampa Bay Bucs in the Super Bowl? Nan, no way, you say. The Bucs are losers. Twenty-six times in a row over two dreary seasons. How could the Bucs be in the Super Bowl? THE PICKS: TAMPA BAY 21, LOS ANGELES 13: The Rams are here on a pass a 50-yard, nothing-to-lose heave by Ferragamo in the dying minutes against Dallas. The Bucs are here on a solid 60-minute wipeout of a pretty good Philadelphia team. Keep that in mind. Also remember that he Bucs beat LA convincingly here early in the season, when LA was a whole lot healthier than it is now. So play a hunch and take this underdog. Remember what happened to the favorites last week. PITTSBURGH 27, HOUSTON 7: The Steelers are awesome. Plain and simple. They won't let Houston's secondary sit back there waiting for passes the way San Diego did. The Oilers won last week on emotion and perfect execution. The Steelers, however, force mistakes and then take advantage of them. ' - I fr v J A couple of Heisman Trophy winners, Charles White of the University of Southern California and Billy Sims of Oklahoma, will be rivals in the Hula Bowl football game Saturday Sims, White hope to have fun HONOLULU (AP)-Will it be a pitched battle between Heisman Trophy winners? This year's winner, Southern California running back Charles White, doesn't see it that way. In fact, "I haven't even thought about it as a Heisman battle. I've thought about it as having a lot of fun," said the Rose Bowl hero after arriving here to join the West All-Stars for Saturday's 34th annual Hula Bowl football classic. Also here for "fun" is Oklahoma running back Billy Sims, who won the Heisman in 1978 and was runnerup to White in this season's voting. Sims is kind of amused that the Hula Bowl selection committee considers Oklahoma an East school, yet picked Texas coach Fred Akers to guide the West team. "I KNEW they wouldn't want to have both of us on the same side. It'll make it more interesting this way," said Sims. Interesting or not, Sims is here for more than just the game. "As a whole, the Hula Bowl will be more of a vacation trip for me," he said. "It's a rewarding trip. Basically, I'm just concerned with the sightseeing." Akers, however, expects it'll be more than just fun for the players once the nationally-televised contest gets under way. Arizona State removes Miller from athletic post TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Fred Miller, 46, fired after eight years of promoting and building Arizona State University's athletic program, says he has no regrets but has one fear. "The only thing I fear is that there may be some other people who might get caught up in this thing," Miller said at a news conference six hours after he was relieved as athletic director by university president John Schwada. Miller declined to name possible future victims of a scandal that emerged Oct. 13 with the- removal of Frank Kush as football coach after 22 years. aIN NO WAY do I modify or rescind the justification for that action," Miller said, sticking to charges that Kush punched a former punter Kevin Rutledge and pressured assistant coaches to cover it up. Kush, who has denied the charges, was not available for comment The coach and the university have been sued by Rutledge for $1 million, and Kush sued Miller and the university for $10 million but settled out of court for $200,000 and was seeking a job in professional football. Miller named Bob Owens, a former Kush assistant, as interim coach and recommended that he be given the job permanently, but a faculty athletic committee ordered a nationwide search for a head coach. Owens said be was unsure whether to apply for the post. , "Bob Owens said to me: Do you know what I'm guilty of saying yes to you to be interim head coach'," Miller said. "I continue to have a tremendous amount of respect for Bob Owens and the football squad. These individuals deserve much better than they have received." An internal investigation of charges against Kush revealed that eight play ers claimed credit for an extension course taught in California while they were practicing football in Arizona. Under Hacific-10 Conference pressure, the team forfeited all but one victory and wound up the 1979 season 1-11. THE NATIONAL Collegiate Athletic Association continues to investigate financial relationships of Kush, Miller and community booster groups. The Sun Angel Foundationwhich financed $10 million worth of stadium expansion at Arizona State and pro-. vided about $1 million annually to the school, called for Miller's head when when Kush was fired. The group also threatened to cut off financial support. BUT HARRY Rosenzweig, wealthy Republican political leader and president of the Sun Angels, said Thursday: "The Sun Angel Foundation regrets the dismissal of Dr. Fred Miller. The Sun Angel Foundation has always been supportive of Arizona State University academic and athletic programs and we will continue to support them enthusiastically." Miller said Schwada favored removing Kush but "did not agree with my request for an immediate and full hearing into the Kush matter." Schwada also refused Miller's request for a hearing into his own firing, Miller said. "There are some things that have not surfaced about this affair, and they may never surface without a hearing," Miller said. Schwada gave no reason for his dismissal, Miller said. "I guess at one point I was a good athletic director. After the Kush suspension, I guess that was no longer the case." Tracy Austin perplexed despite her victories LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Little Tracy Austin is a little perplexed. . The 17-year-old mighty mite of women's tennis doesn't quite understand why she hasn't gained more respect for her accomplishments, and why she encounters negative spectator reactions. A crowd of 9,100 in Capital Centre was clearly for top-seeded Chris Everett Lloyd Thursday night, sticking with the erstwhile queen of tennis even while she was being overwhelmed by third-seeded Austin, 6-1, 6-3. Second-seeded Martina Navratilova also remained unbeaten in the double elimination $250,000 tour champion-' ship, advancing with Austin to Satur-' day's semifinals by beating fourth-seeded Evonne Goolagong, 6-3, 6-2. IN TODAY'S matches, involving players with 1-1 records, Goolagong will face Wendy Turnbull and Lloyd takes on Regina Marsikova. Tumbull eliminated fellow Australian Diane Fromholtz, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, at a Thursday afternoon program attended by only 1,572 fans. Marsikova, a Czech--oslovakian, advanced when veteran' Australian Kerry Reid defaulted because of recurring elbow tendinitis. "I was surprised a little bit by the crowd," Austin said, "especially when a double faulted and they clapped. That was kind of bad and it hurt." "It doesn't really upset me. . .I'm not going to start crying, or anything," she said, "but I can't get used to it all the way." "I guess it's because Chris dominated the game for so long that a lot of people still say Chris is No. 1," said Austin, who has beaten Lloyd in five of their last seven head-to-head matches. "I guess I'll have to keep doing it over andf over." Austin conceded she may actually have been motivated when, after Lloyd put away a backhanded placement to pull even at 15-15 while serving with the second set tied at 3-3, a voice broke the silence with: "Yeh, THAT was Chrissie Everett." WHATEVER THE reason, Austin swept the next four points to break Lloyd's service for the third time m the set, and lost only two points in the . final two games to close out the match. "Maybe it worked to my advantage," Austin said of the easily heard comment, "but I'd still rather have everyone for me." Lloyd, while contending she was not "match tough," noted Austin has gained increasing confidence with each success against her and wondered about her own frame of mind. "I'm feeling the pressure more than the young players are," Lloyd said. Asked if she could cope with that new-found factor, she saidr "I wish I had the answer." "TKioTr'ro rnmwHtnrs nnrl thpv're o-nina to X . V. iui.ijhlu. j J - O O compete, but they'll have fun too," Akers said. While White and Sims probably guarantee some good ground action, Akers says all-star games for which there is little time to practice generally tend to be wide open affairs. "I EXPECT it to be the kind of game with a ?reat deal of passing," said Akers, who has White's rojan teammate Paul McDonald and Arizona State's Mark Malone on tap as signal-callers. East head coach Bo Schembechler of Michigan has Minnesota's Mark Carlson and Tenessee's James Streater for the quaterbacking chores. This year's Hula Bowl features 13 All-America players. Besides. White on the West offense squad are Nebraska's tight end Junior Miller, tackle Greg Kolenda of Arkansas and USC guard Brad Budde. On the West defense, the Ail-Americans are tackle Steve McMichael of Texas, back Mark Haynes of Colorado and back Johnnie Johnson of Texas. All-America players with Sims on the East offense are Outland Trophy winner Jim Richter, a center from North Carolina State, and guard Ken Fritz of Ohio State. On the defense, they are tackle Jim Stuckey of Clemson, and linebackers George Cumby of Oklahoma and Ron Simpkins of Michigan. Sports briefs HAVE Sf-1E LTO THIS WINTER LEARN 7 SKD JOIN THE STATE JOURNAL 1 7TH ANNUAL SKI SCHOOL LANSING SKI CI US omnst CImms art 10 mtfcs baainning Jan. 2 tor BEGINNERS AND INTERMEDIATE SKIERS. CHECK COUPON FOR TIME AND DATES. AGES 6 AND UP. , .. An '(.SO fat is charged it Lansing Ski Club atch tima you take a tosaon. Equipment rental it available at M OO which includes skis, boots and poles. In addition, there is a one time Associate Membership Fee of 16.00 per parson which may be applied toward full membership during the neit 12 months. NOTE: Skiers art permitted to ski before end-or after their lessons. However the ski area wrH be doted 6:004:30 each evening. Monday through Friday, an ai area chaniift ticket can be purchased at daily rates until 6:00 p.m. Ski conditions phone 332-0600. MT.MIOHTON OFFERS. CLASSES ARE 11 WEEKS. BEGINNERS. INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED SKIERS. AGES 6 AND UP. CHECK COUPON FOR TIME AND DATES. A 110 SO fee is charged at Mr Brighton EACH TIME YOU TAKE A LESSON. The fee provides a skier rental of skis, boots and poles and use of all stapes. K you provide your own equipment the lesson cost is 15.50. Chairlift-SI .OO. Babysitting service wiK be available for mothers (children ages two thru six) interested in learning to ski but only during the Daytime Classes at Ml Brighton. NOTE: Ml. Brighton nil be open from 10 a m te 4:30 p m. and 6 to 11 p.m. on dass days. Skiers wiH be permitted to ski before and-or after daeses. HOWEVER. CLASSES WILL NOT BE OF-FEREO AFTER 1 P M. DURING THE DAY AND 8:30 P.M. AT NIGHT. Skiing conditions phone 313-227-1461. CAMNONSBUtO OfFMSt CLASSES ARE 10 WEEKS BEGINNING DEC. 10 OR FOR 8 WEEKS BEGINNING JANUARY 7. BEGINNERS. INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED SKIERS. AGES 6 AND UP. CHECK COUPON FOR TIME AND DATES. A tS 50 fee is charged at Cannonsburg for each time you take a lesson if you provide your own equipment. The fee is 4.00 titra for rental of skit, boots and poles. Ski conditions phone 1 81(4744711. TO ENROLL Com plat the coupon for Unting Ski Club. Mt. Brighton or Cannonsburg listing all skiers' names and mail with (tl.00 Registration Fee) for EACH SKIER. Please SIGN COUPON and include a self-addressed stamped envelope. You pay all skiing fees at the ski school. MAIL TOj SKI SCHOOL c-o THE STATE JOURNAL 1 20 E. Lenawee Street Lansing, Michigan 48919 Maps, tickets and other information will be sent to those enrolled. SPONSORED BY: W ThrStalc Journal OtSEIOCL I NA LANSING SKI CLUB NAME ADDRESS CITY. (LIST ALL NAMES OF SKIERS) ZIP . PHONE. I ENCLOSE tl.00 ONLY FOR EACH SKIER. CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE STATE JOURNAL I would like to enroll in the ski school starting: Time Mon. Tw. Wed. Thurs. Fri. 4:30 . 7:00 : . . 8:00 I i Ttrrw Sat. Sun. 1:00 2:00 rrr Ski Times 00 Not Avajabie 8 00 I I I Straub sets hot pace ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - Bill Straub of Lincoln, Neb., winning five matches with a 235 average, took over the fourth round lead Thursday in the $85,000 Alameda Open Professional Bowlers Association tournament. Straub, who rolled the tournament's eighth 300 game during the round, ended the day with 6206 pins, 43 ahead of second-place Warren Nelson of Downey, Calif. Nelson had vaulted into the lead in the third round with a perfect game of his own. Palmer Fallgren of Sacramento, Calif, was third after four rounds with 6154 pins, followed by Mark Roth of North Arlington, N.J. in fourth with 6054. U-M loses grid aide MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Dennis Brown, an assistant at Michigan for the past seven years, has joined the West Virginia football coaching staff, the school announced. Brown quarterbacked the Wolverines in the late 1960s, leading the Big Ten in offense in 1967-68. He spent 1970 as a graduate assistant, then coached freshmen at Dartmouth before returning to Michigan a year later. For the past three years, Brown has coached the outside linebackers. Brown was the final assistant coach to be hired by the Mountaineer's new coach, Don Nehlen, himself a former Michigan assistant. U.S. Olympic icers tie INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Steve Cristoff scored two goals Thursday night as the U.S. Olympic hockey team battled to a 2-2 overtime deadlock with the Indianapolis Checkers of the Central Hockey League. Indianapolis goalie Richard Brodeur had to stop 45 shots to record the tie, which gives the Checkers a point in the league standings. Alex McKendry's power play goal, his 16th score of the season, tied the game at 1-1 at 9:04 of the second period. Ivan Vautour gave the Checkers a 2-1 edge less than three minutes later. Cristoff, who scored his first goal at 17:38 of the opening period, tied the game again at 1:12 remaining in regulation time beating Brodeur after the Olympic squad pulled its goalie to put another offensive player on the ice. Announcements - MIA-04. 014 Bingo 1 AT LAHSMW SKI CUM THCTf IS A OWf TWf ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP FH Of SS.OO WHICH MAY t APPLIED TO A FOU MEMBERSHIP If THE SKIER WANTS TO JOIN THE CUW PAID AT THE CLUt. I undereund The State Journal assumes no rasponelMlrty ha the event o injury wtuto attaming the Ski School. Please Sign Coupon SIGNATURE C an tor elf peraoiw under IB yews of ogoj MAIL I LANK TO: SKI SCHOOL. THE STATE JOURNAL. 120 E. Ler -ee. Lenakep, Ml 481t. nmi Include a san-saarssssn tie pea im. fit MT. BRIGHTON NAME ADDRESS CITY. (LIST ALL NAMES OF SKIERS) RS .ZIP. .PHONE . ENCLOSE 00 ONLY FOR EACH SKIER. CHECKS PAYABLE TO: THE STATE JOURNAL I would like to enroll in the ski school starting: NIGHT CLASSES (6 to 8:30 p.m.) DAYTIME CLASSES (10 a.m. to 1:00 put.) Thursday. Dee. 13-11 weeks O Tuesday. Dec. 1 1 -1 1 weeks Friday. Dec. 14-11 weeks Thursday. Dec. 13 -11 weeks I understand The Slate Journal eaeumea no rasaaaeibilrry in (he want of injury while attending the Ski School, fieaaa Sign Coupee - - - Plee Sign Coupon - SIGNATURE I fPmrwnt or Gusrdisn musr vgn for atf person under 18 peers at apej MAIL BLANK TO: SKI SCHOOL, THE STATE JOURNAL. 120 E. Lenawee. Lensinn, Ml 48S1S. Ptseei Include a sett aaJiaaaaa stamped envelope J CANNONSBURG MAMF . (LIST ALL NAMES OF SKIERS) ADDRESS CITY .ZIP. .PHONE. . CUM AM M Ettm CMJH CaVfCa iMTC OiVilf C ff) Tlff.CTiTF JOWJImIL I Chtcfc rtm 4W. (toy far fceeeom. CI Mm bugm Pc 10 for 12 wwefct iwd Ju 7 tor 8 m. Yl Mon. - . Tuee Wed. Thurs. - Fri. I - Sat. c- .,, I I I I I '12 sneaks beginning week of Dec 10 8 weeks beginning smv of Jen. 7 the Laming steee Journal ane i Skied before Never skied before l w-nd the Lanina State journal and me Lewnonepum an area am not leeuunsM-a tor eny lnurtee sustained by the participant end the! I muet be at tenet 6 yeera old. Pteeea Sign Coupon Times not available SIGNATURE . . - ; T MAIL BLANK TO: (Warns or Suawten amstafae for a-peiaone under It yeersafage SKI SCHOOL THE STATE JOURNAL. Lanang. Ml S1 8. 003 Funerol Directors BERL FIELD Funeral Home. Dimondale. Ml. Ph. 646-0515. We treat every family as if thev were our own. DIGNIFIED Palmer-Bush Co. personal service assured reverent respectful attention for every family. Well within your budget. ' Complete funeral service, 520 E. Mt. Hope. Ph. 484-5349. ESTES LEADLEY Fu-neral homes, Lansing-Holt, invite inspection of their fu-nerol costs. Ph. 482-1651. GORSLINE Runciman Co. Serving all faiths in this community since 1925. JESSEN FUNERAL HOME Dedicated to personal family service. Call 321- 2211. JEWETT FUNERAL HOME 605 S. Jefferson, Mason. Ph. 676-9711. LAVEY'S A reputation for finer professional care since 1918. 484-6329. RILEY FUNERAL HOME Service with sincerity. Ph. 372-6009. 005 In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM BOOKLET Verses and cards of thanks suggestions mailed at no charge. Phone The State Journal, Classified Deportment, 487-4711. 006 Monuments & Lots DEEPDALE Memorial Gardens. Section 11. 10 burial lots overlooking Grand River. Sell in 2's or more. $200 each. 332-3449 after 5. 014 Bingo ALSAC Chapter, Fri. P.M. Bingo. Doors open 5 p.m. Waverly Plaza. ALSAC Executive Board, Mon. A.M. Doors open 9 A.M. Westland Hall. A.M. TUESDAY Doors open 9 a.m. Westland Hall, 3800 W Saginaw. YWCA. A SUNDAY BINGO 2010 N. Larch, United Cerebral Palsy, early Bird 4:00. BINGO Every Monday, VFW 6132. 3104 W. St. Joe. Doors open 5: 15 p.m. BTnGO" Every Wed. night, 6-10 p.m.. Eagle Lodge, 4700 N. Grand River. BINGO Wednesdays. 938 Waverly Plaza. Doors open 5 p.m. Eaton Co. Democratic Party. FRiDAY Early Birds at 6:40, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Alton Rd., across from East Lansing Pork. FRIDAYS At 5024 S. Cedar at Jolly Rd. For Ingham County Democratic E xecutive Board. FRIDAYS 2010 N. Larch. Proceeds to C.W.Otto stu-dents. Open 5: 00. MONDAY BINGO Easter Seal Society. Democratic Holl. 5024 S. Cedar, Lons-ing. Doors open at 5. v MONDAYS Open 5:30. 2010 N. Larch. El Renaci- mientOj NEW BINGO Every Thurs. Doors open at 5 P.M.The Golden Nuggett. Frondor. Council For Prevention Child Abuse & Neglect. NEW FRIDAY BINGO Safety Council. Golden Nugget, Frondor. Doors open at 5. SATURDAYS Sponsored by T.A.B.s for Easter Seals. Doors open at 5, Golden Nugget, Frondor. SUNDAY AFTERNOON Easter Seal Adult Recreation Group, Westland Hall at Saginaw & Waverly, east side entrance. Doors open at 12 noon. SUNDAY Lansing Elks Lodge 196, 3535 Moores River Dr. Eorly birds at 3:30 p.m. SUNDAYS 4:45 p.m., Lansing Branch of Cystic Fibrosis, Woverly Plaza. THURSDAY Greater Lansing Association for Retarded Citizens, Democratic Hall, 5024 S. Cedar. Lansing. Doors open at 5. THURSDAY Lansing Elks Lodge 196, 3535 Moores River Dr. Early Birds ot 6:30 p.m. . TUESDAYS At 5024 S. Cedar ot Jolly Rd. Ingham County Democratic Party. doors open ot 5. ADVERTISE THE GOOD LIFE THE GOOD WAY. Fill rental apartments with Classified Ads. Dial 487-4711. Put it in print Sell your items in Classified r I letXt oouriial TUESDAYS 6:45, Ingham Co. Conservation Club, N. Canal & Old River Trail. TUESDAYS 938 S. Woverly in Waverly Plaza. Doors open 5. Bretton Woods Lions Club. WEDNESDAY Moose Lodge 2631 Eaton Rapids Rd.(S. Logon) Open 5:30. WED. Retirees Senior Volunteer Program. 11:15-3:00. YWCA. 217 Townsend. 022 Mail in Boxes CONFIDENTIAL The State Journal will not disclose the name of the holder of any State Journal box number advertised in Classified. However, readers answering box number ads and desiring to protect their identity con follow this procedure: address your reply to the box number and attach to it a note listing the name of persons or firms you do NOT want your reply to reach. If the advertiser is anyone you've mentioned, we'll destroy your letter. Address vour letter to: The State Journal 120 E. Lenawee Lansing, Ml 48919 024 Lost & Found FOUND Small, solid black male cot, by Paddock Farms, Okemos. 349-3775. LOST Black Collie, white feet & white neck, vicinity MainOlds Ave., reward, 482-5543. 351-4680. LOST Dec. 29, Lansing, gold chain cross, 2 medallions, reward. 323-4187. LOSt Dog, Jan. 1, Laingsburg, 8 mos., medium female black, beige markings, Sarah, 2 collars. Reword. 651-6280 after 6. LOST Husky-German Shepherd, light brown & blonde male, answers to name of Fluffy. Needs medication. Ionia-Ottawa area. Reword. 484-4674. LOST Ladies double diamond white gold dinner ring, probably East Lansing. Reward. 332-4373. LOST Male dog, vicinity of Carey & Saginaw Sts. Yellow medium sized Poodle-Terrier mix. Reward. 339-9192 ofter 5 p.m. LOST Male shorthaired grey cat with white markings in VanAtta Rd. 8, Grand River area. 349-2011 or 374-2692. LOST Quentin Park area, family pet, blue gray Schnauzer, reward if found. Ph. 485-2686. LOST Vicinity of Plains & Hawley Rd. Black medium sized dog, white on chest 8 paws. Answers to name Marvin Coll 694-7532. REWARD Lost 12-29, LCC area, black 8, ton, female, Doberman. Ph. 372- 8321 or 372-0166. SIBERIAN HUSKY Gray & black, female, 45 lbs. last seen North side Lansing, no collar, S25 reward. Please call 669-5692 or482-3596. J50 REWARD For "return of male Golden Retriever, last seen 122679 in vicinity of ChadwickWacousta Rds. Family pet, no questions asked. 626-6190. 028 Personals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write P.O.Box 14091 or ph. 482-0624, 24 hrs. BUSINESS "PARTNER WANTED New small company, little or no capi-tol-iust business expertise 8. ambition. Write Box 3, Potterville, Mi. 48876. CONGRATULATIONS TO CAROL SMALL Top salesperson in Nov. & Dec. at Doug Boshears Ford in Williamston from her mom. DONATIONS Of household items, clothing, etc. Free pickup. Good Samaritans, 487-2088; LADY 50 Would like to meet some nice gentleman. I nterest marriage. 482-0481 . MALE 35-45? Free of debt? Like to dance? Like teenage boys? Sportsman? Write Box 3, Potterville, Ml 48876. ESCAPE WITH ME Single executive age 35 yrs., seeks daring lady age 18-40 who on ocassion enioys romantic vacations, the taste of champagne, meeting new people, walking in the warm rain, exciting times, worm fuzzies, tender moments, & comparing fan-ticies. Call Marty (616) 429-4647 or write P.O. Box 661, St. Joe, Mi. 49085. 030 Business Personals A BATCH OF NEW LOW RATES For owners of newer homes. Coil Bubolz, your independent agent 332- 8671. A COMPUTER DATING SERVICE Who will provide you with many compatible dates. Call Scientific Matchmakers and start en- ioying life. 393-7000. ADULT SINGLES Still looking for that certain someone? We can help you. Write: Starlite Club, P.O. Box 27186, Lansing 48909. Membership Free. CALL FOR NEW BUSINESS & INVESTMENT GUIDE HDI Realtors, Member of Partridge & Assoc, 349-3310. FRIDAY NIGHT All the perch you can eat, $2.75. Don's Restaurant, corner M-78 8. 1-96. LOVE TO TRAVEL? Why not travel free by putting together groups of your friends or associates for exciting trips which we arrange for you? Coll Mr. Atherton ot Red Carpet Travel 800-292-7874. Cfassirfed Advititlng Ii:?CLlf.1ATI0il To PLACE your ad call 487-4711. 8 A.M. to 5 P M. Monday thru Friday. 8 A.M.-1 1 A M. on Saturday. 1 2 3-7 LINES DAY DAY DAYS 3 6 84 '10.80 '11.55 4 ' 9.12 '14.40 '15.40 5 '11.40 '18.00 '19.25 6 '13.68 '21.60 '23.10 SPECIAL RATES "Person to person'' mum m LINES DAYS DOLLARS Each additional line only $1 Person -to-Person Went Ads ere limited to private individuals. Price each item in your ad - none over $500 .60 per agate line .60 per agate line .60 per agate line Rummage Sales In Memoriam Lost and Found POLICY Advertising is sold by the "agate line " Reference to "words" is for estimating purposes only Count 4 average words (6 letters, figures or spaces per word) per line. Mm- I imum size ad is 3 lines ,

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