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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

MEET POLES NOW:

U.S. Trackmen Eye Rebound

CILASSIFIEDS

WARSAW WP) - The United
States and Poland open a two-day
track and field meet today in
the ultra-modern 100,000 - seat
Tenth Anniversary Stadium.
The U.S. team is striving to re-
bound from its narrow victory
over the Soviet Union last week-
end. The Poles want to make a'
better showing than they did in
Chicago last year.
The score in Chicago was 131-81
for the .20 events. The U.S. won
all three previous meetings.
Crowds of 50,000 and more are
expected in the stadium.
If the weather holds it will be
very warm for Warsaw, over 90
degrees.
The U.S. won 15 of the 20 events
last year and is expected to take
14 this time.
The four top races on the open-
ing day are expected to be the
100 meters, 400, high hurdles and
1,500.
In the 100, Robert Hayes, who
holds the world record at 100
yards, might snap the meters
mark any time out. John Moon

replaces John Gilbert, third at
Moscow, as the American second
man.
Ulis Williams in the 400 will
tangle with Andrzej Badenski, one
of Poland's hopefuls.
Jones Gets Another Chance
Hayes Jones, beaten in Moscow,
aims for revenge in the 110 high
hurdles, and Dyrol Burleson and
Tom O'Hara will renew their
blistering 1,500 meter battle. Bur-

leson won at Moscow, in 3:41-
about a 3:58 mile-with O'Hara
three yards back.
Al Hall will carry the American
colors in the hammer, in the ab-
sence of Moscow winner Harold
Connolly.
The U.S. should have no trouble
in the pole vault, although world
record claimant John Pennel may
be below form. He aggravated an
old back injury in training.

Deadline for Seating Priority
Approaches. for Grid Season

Prospective season ticket pur-
chasers for Michigan's seven home
football games this fall were re-
minded yesterday of the approach-
ing Aug. 1 deadline for priority
seating by Wolverine Athletic Di-
rector H. O. (Fritz) Crisler.
The priority deadline was ad-
vanced this year from Aug. 10 to
Aug. 1 in conformity with the

University's new year-round class-
room schedule which means that
classes begin this year on Sept. 3.
Crisler said that last year many
purchasers were able to improve
their seat locations by getting their
orders in before the deadline.
Michigan opens its home card
against Southern Methodist Sept.
28.

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Burdette Outduels Spahn, 3-I

By The Associated Press v
MILWAUKEE-St. Louis right-
hander Lew Burdette edged Mil-
waukee southpaw Warren Spahn
in a pitching duel between long-
time roommates yesterday as the
Cardinals defeated the Braves, 3-1.
The 36-year-old Burdette, who
won 179 games for the Braves be-
fore he was traded to St. Louis
last Junea15, was in top form
against his former mates. He al-
lowed only five hits, struck out
two and didn't walk a batter.
McBride Three-Hits Yanks
NEW YORK-Ken McBride, the
Los Angeles Angels' Yankee-killer,

stopped the league-leaders' win-
ning streak at six yesterday by
hurling a masterful, three-hit, 5-0
victory over the New Yorkers.
KC Edges Monbouquette
BOSTON-Kansas City cashed
in on a percentage baseball diet
of thread-needle singles, a squeeze
bunt and sharp double plays to
defeat Boston, 2-0 yesterday and
register its longest winning streak
of the season.
Outhit 6-3 by the Red Sox, the
Athletics made it nine triumphs
in their last 11 starts with timely
plays as reliefer Bill Fischer took
the decision over Boston ace Bill
Monbouquette. Monbo faced only
30 and retired the last 20 in a
row, but to no avail.
* * *
Reds Win in Ninth
CHICAGO-Catcher John Ed-
wards' ninth-inning sacrifice fly
scored pinch-runner Marty Keough
with the winning run as the Cin-
cinnati Reds took a 3-2 decision
over the Chicago Cubs yesterday.
Al Worthington, the Reds' last
of three pitchers in the ninth,
struck out Ernie Banks to end

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the game with the bases full of
Cubs-the result of three singles.
Kirkland Homers
CLEVELAND-Willie Kirkland's
three-run homer in the eighth
inning gave the Cleveland In-
dians a 3-2 victory over the Min-
nesota' Twins yesterday.
Jim Perry had tamed his for-
mer Cleveland teammateshon six
hits anid appeared to be headed for
a shutout when he was removed
after walking the first man to
face him in the eighth.
* *' *
Fox Nears Milestone
DETROIT-Nellie Fox drove in
three runs with two singles as the
Chicago White Sox withstood the
Detroit Tigers' late-inning come-
back for a ,4-3 victory yesterday.
Fox, in his 17th season at 34,
climbed within two of the 2,500-
hit milestone reached by only 39
players in major league his-
tory. His 2,498 hits are the most of
any active American Leaguer.
Roberts Beats Nats
BALTIMORE - Robin Roberts,
with relief help in the ninth and
solid hitting support from John
Orsino and Boog Powell, pitched
the Baltimore Orioles to a 4-2 vic-
tory over Washington last night.
Roberts, now 8-9 for the season,
gained credit for his 252nd major
league victory though he weaken-
ed in the late innings.
Another Record for Mets
SAN.FRANCISCO-Willie Mays
crashed a three-run homer, a
double and single yesterday as the
San Francisco Giants bombed New
York, 8-6, for the Mets' 19th
straight road game loss-equaling
a modern major league record for
futility.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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20 MINUTES from campus, year round
log cabin, 2 bdrm. screened porch,
fireplace, picture window views hill-
side and river. Approx. 3 acred fenced
wooded lot. Fruit trees, etc. Lake priv-
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Mrs. Burnsten, University extension.
200 N. Campus. B13
FOR SALE-Antique four-poster bed.
Call HU 3-5973.
REAL ESTATE
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One block from Haisley School. Large
lot, 10 large shade trees. Excellent
three bedroom home, study in full
basement, dishwasher. By owner. NO
3-0719. R
PERSONAL
UNIVERSITY Friends of SNCC - Are
having a party Friday nite at 8 p.m.
at 1010 Monroe. Friends invited. F34
UNIVERSITY STUDENT can baby-sit
evenings, week-days or week-ends,
and during the day or Saturday or
Sunday. Experienced. =Dependable.
Phone 5-8130. F32
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Shady Arbor Sunbathers Association,
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shown an interest in joining the Asso-
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will please call him directlyat 5-4111,
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WANTED-Ride to Grosse Pointe Thurs-
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Gloria Bowles, NO 2-7554. P29
DEAR CH,
I read in the U of M General In-
formation Handbook about the tra-
dition of not stepping on the "M."
My philosophy teacher says tradi-
tions such as this are nothing but
habit or superstition and have no
scientific validity.
Ever so humbly.
Charlton W. Wimble III
Dear Charlie,
Keep repeating that to yourself
before your first bluebook.
Ch F33
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Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
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Phone NO 2-4786
FOR RENT
2 BDRM. HOUSE for rent, all utilities.
AC 9-6794. C28
FALL VACANCIES
APARTMENTS on campus from $95.
Duplex, unfurnished, on campus, $120.
Call for locations and descriptions.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT

Mr. John Gritinas
19343 Dwyer
Detroit 34,Mich.
Phone FO6-0712 at all
Will be at Whitmore.
to Sept. 7.

LOOKING FOR APT.? Campus loca-
tions for fall. Wide selection of new
and redecorated bldgs. Call 3-0511
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Apts. Ltd., 530 S. Forest.
C20
ATTRACTIVE-Furnished, 4-rooms and
bath. 2nd floor of duplex. Clean and
reasonable. Phone NO 2-2625. O
Campus-2 BIocks
Several spacious studio, one bedrm., or
2 bedrm. furnished apts, Available
Aug. 20 and after. NO.3-7268. C24
NEW 2 BDRM. APTS. for fall-Furn'd.,
carpeted, balconies. For 3 or 4. Call
663-0511 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. APT'S. LTD.,
530 S. Forest. 019
GIRL TO SHARE campus-Two bed-
room, nicely furnished. 721 1. Forest.
Call NO 2-9188. 02
HURON TOWERS APARTMENTS
2200 FULLER ROAD
One, two and three bedroom apts. Mod-
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conditioning, swimming pool, parking
and many other fine features. Low per
person cost for 'multiple occupants.
Call NO 3-0800ror stop by our rental
office, on premises, to see model apts.
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APARTMENTS
South State near Hill. Designed and
furnished for 4, 5, or 6 student
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C29

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with 3 bdrms. Write or call:

times.
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Pace Out Week
With Concussion
FAIRFIELD, Conn. {1')-Former
Michigan star Jim Pace was one
of three' newcomer backs of the
New York footbal Giants who
were sidelined in a workout yes-
terday.
Pace, a college All-America who
played with the San Francisco
49ers, suffered a deep concussion
and injured neck vertebrae. He will
be out about a week.
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Separate dining room
Air conditioning
Heat furnished
Extra storgae. spae

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Coll
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CAMPUS A PTS.
REDUCED
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Remodeled and completely furn'd. for
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available for fall. Single student only.
NO 5-9405.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 5, New York 0
Cleveland 3, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 2, Boston 0
Chicago 4, Detroit 3
Baltimore 4, Washington 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit (n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
Chicago at Baltimore (ni)
Minnesota at New York (n)
Los Angeles at Boston (n)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2
St. Louis 3, Milwaukee I
San Francisco 8, New York 6
Philadelphia at Houston (Inc)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (n)
New York at Houston (n)
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n)
Pittsburgh at San Francisco (n)

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665-9281
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Michigan's campus becomes
Accessible with a

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Plus 5c per mile
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