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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1963

FOUR TUE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2,1963

rackmen Blast Germans

First Negro Named
To Davis Cup Team

HANOVER, Germany (P) - A
power-packed United States teams
completed the rout of the young
West German national track
squad here yesterday, 141-82, win-
ning all but three of the 21 events
on the two-day program.
It was the secondepost-war
meeting of the two teams, and
by far the most decisive Yankee
victory. The Americans won, 120-
91, at Stuttgart, Germany, in 1961.
The Americans, foaming mad
over their press reviews in Mos-
cow and Warsaw, won everything
but the 10,000 meters on the final
day, and all but. the hammer
throw and the 5,000 meters
Wednesday.
It was the third European meet
for the U.S. team, narrow victors
in Russia and runaway winners
in Poland. A meet next Saturday
and Monday in London winds up
the tour.
Hayes Doubles in 200
Bob Hayes, the Jacksonville,
Fla., sprinter who runs like an
angry bear, added the 200 meters
to the 100 he won Wednesday,
bulling the distance in :20.6.
The 'American 1,600-meter re-
lay team, aiming for a world
mark, fell a shade short with a
3:02.8 clocking, despite a :44.3
anchor leg by Henry Carr, the
greatest 400 relay leg ever run.
It was still the world's top 1,600
meter relay effort this year. Les-
ter Milburn of Houston, Tex.,
leading off, ran :46 flat, followed
by Arizona State's Ulis Williams
with :46.4. Rex Cawley of Pasa-

dena added a :46.1 effort, which
left Carr an impossible task-but
he almost did it.
The German team was without
its great record holders of recent
years, but the Americans also per-
formed without four men who won
events in Moscow and have since
left the team.
Five More Slams
The Americans, who scored five
one-two sweeps Wednesday and
rolled up a 63-32 point margin,
added five more sweeps in the 200
meters, 400 meter hurdles, 1,500
meters, shot put and triple jump.
Paul Drayton of Villanova trail-
ed Hayes to the line by about a
yard in the200 meters, and was
timed in :20.7.
Alfred Hebauf, the classy young
German sprinter who has seen
some of the most illustrious backs
in the world the last two days,
was third in :20.8, his best ever.
Hebauf alsotrailed Hayes in
the 100 Wednesday, and was the
victim of the fantastic anchor leg
uncorked by Hayes in the 400
meter relay. In that one, Hayes
took the baton five yards behind
Hebauf and blew right past him.
Cawley Wins Hurdles
Cawley nipped lanky Jim Allen
of Seattle at the tape in the hur-
dles. Both were timed in :50.1.
Morgan Groth of Oregon State
hung behind U.S. Marine Cary
Weisiger for most of the 1,500
meters and then overhauled his
teammate in the stretch in 3:42.4,
a shade under a four-minute mile
pace.

Another marine, Dave Davis,
held off Randy Matson of Pampa,
Tex., in the shot, although both
were below form. Davis won with
58' 81."
Ralph Boston of Los Angeles;
and Darrel Horn of Pilot Rock,
Ore., who finished one-two in the
broad jump Wednesday, landed in
the same spots in the triple jump.
Boston's winning leap was 51' 8%."
More U.S. Victories
In addition to the relay, the
Americans added victories in the
high jump, javelin, 3,000 meter
steeplechase and 10,000 meter
walk.
Paul Stuber of Eugene, Ore.,
took the high jump on fewer miss-
es at a sub-par 6' 7."
Frank Covelli of Lakewood,
Calif., got the javelin honors with
a specatcular toss of 264' 9%."
Pat Traynor, of Villanova, took
the.3,000 meter steeplechase in a'
photo-finish from Ludwig Mueller
of Germany, a great favorite with
the crowd of about 30,000 since
he beat the Russians in both the
5,000 and 10,000 meters five years
ago.
U.S. Wins Walk
Ronald Zinn of the U.S. Army
captured the, walk in the first
event of the day,a surprise that
proved the Americans were out to
take everything in the modern
stadium that was not nailed down.
That turned out to be the 10,000
meters, won by Peter Kubicki of
Germany in the swift time of
29:26.6, over Jim Keefe of Darby.

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. VP) --
Arthur Ashe, a 20-year-old UCLA
junior, became the first Negro
ever named to a U.S. Davis Cup
tennis team when he was picked
along with three other collegians
yesterday to face Mexico in the
American Zone semifinals at Los
Angeles Aug. 16-18.
Named along with Ashe were
Wimbledon champion Chuck Mc-
Kinley, 22, of San Antonio, Tex.;
Dennis Ralston, 20, of Bakers-
Report Liston
Set for Fight
PHILADELPHIA (R) - Heavy-
weight champion Sonny Liston re-
portedly has agreed to withdraw,
as the promoter of a proposed
fight with Cassius Clay and will
fight the poetry-quoting challeng-
er Sept. 30 in Philadelphia Sta-
dium.j
The Pennsylvania Athletic Com-
mission Wednesday rejected an
application from Intercontinental
Promotions, Inc., to stage the
fight because Liston is a 47 per
cent stockholder.
It was learned, prior to a news
conference called by Commission-
er Alfred M. Klein, that Liston
would withdraw from the promo-
tional setup and accept a larger
share of the purse.

field, Calif.; and Marty Riessen,
21, of Hinsdale, Ill., the Big Ten
champion from Northwestern.
It's one of the youngest squads
Uncle Sam ever sent into a Davis
Cup battle.
Selection of Ashe, a willowy
stylist who hails from Richmond,
Va., over such higher ranked
players as Frank Froehling, Ham
Richardson, Allen Fox, and Gene
Scott came as a big surprise.
The .Negro star is ranked 18th
nationally. McKinley is number
one, Riessen number nine and
Ralston unranked because of in-
sufficient data. Ralston was out
with a leg injury most of last year.
The Mexicans will use the same
two-man team of Rafael Osuna
and Antonio Palafox, winners of
the Wimbledon doubles crown
this year.

Pick 'Pack'
14 Points
Over Stars
CHICAGO (A) - The College
All-Stars and the favored Green
Bay Packers, two-time cham-
pions of the National Football
League, will clash in Soldier Field
tonight before a crowd of 75,000.
The game will be broadcast and
televised, starting at 8:45 p.m.
EST.
Green Bay, a 42-20 winner over
the 1962 All-Stars, is favored by
14% points. Reports of injuries to
linebacker Ray Nitschke and full-
back Jim Taylor caused a drop in
the odds.
Nitschke has a twisted back and
probably will miss the game en-
tirely. Coach Vince Lombardi in-
sists Taylor is in shape and will
start although reports persist he
has trouble with his knee and will
not see much action.

FOR SALE
$1200 COMPONENT music system for
approx. $850. Call Jerry, 8-6375. B17
MOBILE HOME-1960 model, 10x50 ft.,
side aisle, front kitchen, awning. Call
HU 2-4312. B18
vw LUGGAGE Rack, tarpaulin, $20. Call
NO 5-5162 evenings. B16
FOR SALS--Antique four-poster bed.
Call HlU 3-5973.
FOR RENT
GRADUATE, BUSINESS or professional.
quiet home. Call NO 2-4738. C36
CLOSE TO State Theatre-Furn'd, apt.
$85 and $110/mo. 603 E. Ann. C34
3-MAN APT. Completely furn'd. All
utilities paid. $50/man. 912 Mary. NO 3-
1237. C30
FALL VACANCIES
APARTMENTS on campus from $95.
Duplex. unfurnished, on campus, $120.
Call for locations and descriptions.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT

CLASSIFIEDS

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Simmons Edges Jay
As Cards Gain 3-2 Win

Days
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By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - George Altman's
fifth-inning home run settled a
pitching duel and gave Curt Sim-
mons and the St. Louis Cardinals
a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds in the rubber game of a
three-game series yesterday.
Joey Jay was the hard-luck
loser.
The Cards had to put down a
ninth-inning uprising before Sim-
mons could gain credit for his 10th
victory of the season.
* *,
Poor Man's Mantle
MILWAUKEE-Ellis Burton be-
came the fifth player in National
League history to hit home runs
batting right and lefthhanded in
the same gamef as the Chicago
Cubs bombed t h e Milwaukee
Braves, 10-2, last night.
Steve Boros and Jim Schaffer'
also hit homers while Larry Jack-
son scattered eight hits for his
12th victory.
The switch-hitting Burton, a
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Braves farm hand last year at
Toronto and Louisville, hit his
first home run off left-hander
Denny LeMaster in the first inning
and his second off right-hander
Ron Piche in the seventh.
'Actually the feat had been
achieved five times before-twice
by Jim Russell of Boston and
Brooklyn and once each by Augie
Galan of Chicago, Red Schoen-
dienst of St. Louis and Maury
Wills of Los Angeles.
Major League
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston at Baltimore (ppd)
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Minnesota at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at'Detroit (n)
Baltimore at New York (n)
Boston at Washington (2, t-n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

CAMPUS APTS.
Remodeled and completely fuln'd. for
3 or 4 persons. Some including elec-
tricity. $135-$185/mo. NO 5-9569.
FOR RENT at 11315 E. Shore Drive,
Whitemore Lake - Furnished home
with 3 bdrms. Write or call:
Mr. John Gritinas
19343 Dwyer
Detroit 34, Mich.
Phone F0 6-0712 at all times.
Will be at Whitmore Lake Aug. 24
to Sept. 7. C25
LOOKING FOR APT.? Campus loca-
tions for fall. Wide selection of new
and redecorated bidgs. Call 3-0511
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Apts. Ltd., 530 S. Forest.
C20
1000 OAKLAND
APARTMENTS
New, contemporary 1, 2, and 3 bedroom
apartments, furnished and unfurnish-
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and courts, lanudry room, off-street
parking. Finest location, 3 blocks from
QUIET RESIDENTIAL SETTING
campus in$I
From $130 up
Phone 453-3287
C35
STATE STREET
MANOR
Modern furnishings
Wall to wall carpeting
Air-conditioning
35 feet of closet space
Garbage disposal
Private balcony
Laundry facilities
Two bedroom $210-230/mo.
Ph. NO 5-9569
C32
Campus-2 Blocks
Several spacious one bedroom or 2 bed-
room 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
HURON TOWERS APARTMENTS
2200 FULLER ROAD
One, two and three bedroom apts. Mod-
erate rentals include large rooms, air
conditioning, swimming pool, parking
and many other fine features. Low per
person cost for multiple occupants.
Call NO 3-0800 or stop by our rental
office, on premises, to see model apts.
C4
FOXCROFT
APARTMENTS
South State near Hill. Designed and
furnished for 4, 5, or 6 student
occupants. 2 bedrooms each.
" Most spacious available
" Separate dining room
" Air conditioning
" Heat furnished
. Extra storgae space

605 Church

HELP WANTED
COLLEGE MEN to arrange for Hi-Fi
and stereo demonstrations for re-
mainder of summer. Call Livonia 425-
3560. H8
WANTED - GHOST WRITER. Con pact
Michigan Daily, Box 6. H7
LOS T AND FOUND
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620 Main Library Tues., 3 p.m.-Black
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REAL ESTATE
MUST SELL -- Leaving state. 3 bdrm.
ranch with basement and screened
porch. 13,000 ft. lot, Ann Arbor. 665-
3203. R2
CALIFORNIA BOUND
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
WANTED TO RENT
VISITING COUPLE desires apt, for
weekend of Aug. 9-11. Call 665-3409.
ti L4
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA of Ann Arbor
1x06 Packard Road
665-9281
Z2
A Bike is a Necessity
Michigan's campus becomes
Accessible with a
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Save your feet and enjoy
summer rides through the Arb.
We Have EVERYTHING in
bike accessories.
Beaver Bike Shop

NO 5-6607

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PERSONAL
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
WANTED-Ride to Grosse Pointe Thurs-
day afternoon after 2 pim. with re-
turn on Saturday morning. Call
Gloria Bowles, NO 2-7554. P29
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI. FI, TV. RADIO, and PHONO SER-
VICE. TV rentals, speaker reconing.
Free pick-up and deliversy service.
CAMPUS RADIO & TV, NO 5-6644,
325 E. Hoover. X
A-1 NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Play
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR

211-213 N.

Main St.
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PARKING ON ASHLEY ST.
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HONDA of Ann Arbor

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis. 3, Cincinnati 2
Chicago 10, Milwaukee 2
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Milwaukee (2, t-n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Los Angeles at Houston (n)
San Francisco at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n)

119 w Washington

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Excellent Food
American and Internationait Cuisine
Cocktails, Wines. Champagne
Art Devaney and His Trio
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

Good Haircuts

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Un-M BARBERS
near Kresge's

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1906 Packard Road
665-9281

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featuring
Maine Live Lobster,
and
Champagne Cocktails
We honor Diners Club, American Express,
Carte Blanche credit cards
3050 JACKSON AVE. NO 5-3636
THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT

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(if you love an intimate atmosphere, good food, and refreshing
beverages, The Rubaivat is what your looking for.)
A fabulous SMORGASBORD every Wed. night

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offers you a taste treat
of a traditional Italian dish
J PIZZA
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Enjoy the Finest
CANTONESE
FOOD
Take-out Orders Anytime
Open Daily
from 11 a.m.to 10 p.m..
Closed Monday-

STUDENTS!! FACULTY!!
SCHOOL'S OUT!
TIME FOR VACATION!
MAKE: AIR & SHIP
RESERVATIONS
VACATION PLANS
, 5TH RUS

Call Kelly Newton, 3-2260, eves.

2-0110
C13

Drive Yourself .
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes
MOVING VANS

Whit's Rent-A-Truck
HU 2-4434
50 Encorse Road, Ypsilanti, Mich.
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RENT-a-CAR
Call NO 3-4156
Special weekend rates from 5 p.m.
Friday till 9 am. Monday
$10.00 plus 8c a mile. Rates include
gas, oil, insurance.
514 E. WASHINGTON ST.
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TRANSPQRTATION

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SERVICE & REPAIRS
THE MUSIC CENTER
NO 5-8607
NO 2-1335
Guaranteed Diamond Needles
$5.95
304 S. THAYER ST.
1304 S. UNIVERSITY
USED CARS
'62 CORVAIR Monza, Black, 4 sp. Very
good condition. Ph. Dave at 5-4111,
Ext. 233, Nil
'58 FORD Wagon, 6 cylinder, standard
trans. $500. 2-2695. N12
'57 V-W. Low mileage. R. & H. Reason-
able. 213 Glen. N8
BUSINESS SERVICES
STUDENT AVAILABLE for typing. Call
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students with which to buy life in-
surance. 25-35 married, 2 yrs. college
credit. No experience preferred. Write
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Cold Pop1
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Hot Barbequed Chickens
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Open every night 'til 12 M4
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