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Farley, Bartsch Score in AAU

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

Anaheim, Calif., 537.90 points ini
the three-meter diving and Bill1
Craig, Verduga Hill, S.C., 1:10.2 in
the 100-meter breaststroke.
Both marked major upsets, as1
the defending champions in both
events failed to come close to
repeats. In the breaststroke, world
record-holder Chet Jastremski of
Indiana missed qualifying for the,
eight-man finals, while in the
diving, "Ohio State's Lou Vitucci1
came in fourth.,
No Excuses
Jastremski, who had earned rec-
ognition as the world's best swim-

mer, was bothered by shin splints
but offered no alibi.
-Farley's performance came as
one of the biggest successes of l.:s
brief career. He had qualified sec-
ond to Schollander, 4:26.0 to
4:24.7, and ahead of four Indiana
freestylers and Roy Saari, the
California youngster who two years
ago had set three American rec-
ords in this meet.
In the finals, Schollander, who
has. a world record pending at
200 meters, led by 10 feet over
Farley the halfway mark and won
going away by 25 feet. His time

mark of 4:17.2 set last year
Australia's Murray Rose.
Beats Saari

by

Farley in finishing second won
a two-foot touchout over Saari,
who had beaten him in the Pan-
American Games in April.
For Bartsch, the tie for second
was a bit of a disappointment. He
had qualified nearly two seconds
ahead of the field in 2:13.4 in the
afternoon's preliminaries but could
manage only 2:15.6 in the finals.
Bartsch had beaten both Stock
and Graef in the spring indoor
meet and had gone on to win the
Pan-Am title.

was half-a-second

off the meetI

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Craig Halts Loss Skein at 18

By The Associqted Press

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NEW YORK- Jim Hickman
crashed a full-count, 'two-out
grand slam home run for the New
York Mets in the ninth inning
last night as dour Roger Craig
swerted out a 7-3 victory qver the
Chicago Cubs, breaking his per-
sonal 18-game losing string that
had matched the longest in a sea-
son in -National Leagpe history.
It was Craig's first victory since
April 29. His record is now'3-20.
Craig, wearing a big No. 13 on
his uniform instead of his usual
38, sat alongside manager Casey
Stengel, who gestured wildly with
crossed fingers attempting to put
the hex on Chicago relief pitcher
Lindy McDaniel on the 3-2 pitch
to Hickman) Hickman hit a fly
ball down the left field line that
caught the overhang for a home
run.
* *
Orioles Wallop Nats
WASHINGTON - Russ Snyder
batted in three runs with a bases-
loaded walk and an eighth inning
triple, leading t h e Baltimore
Orioles. to a 7-1 victory over the
Washington Senators last night.
Dave McNally, who departed
after Senators' reliever Ed Roe-
buck singled to lead off the sev-
enth inning, was the winner with
Dick Hall's relief help.
** *
Marichal Wins 18th
PHILADELPHIA - Juan Mar-
ichal posted his 18th victory and
fourth shutout last night as the
San Francisco Giants defeated the
Philadelphia Phillies, 4-0, with
the aid of three runs batted in by
Orlando Cepeda.

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Marichal limited the Phillies to
seven hits, while tying Sandy
Koufax of the Los Angeles Dod-
gers for the most victories in the
majors. Marichal has lost five.
* * *
Gilliam Boots Game
CINCINNATI - Two errors by
Junior Gilliam opened the gates
for six Cincinnati runs in the
sixth inning last night and the
Reds went on to an 8-4 victory
over the National League leading
Los Angeles Dodgers.
The usually sure-handed Gil-
liam, playing third, booted two
KNAFELC QUITS:
Law Retires
For Season
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH-Veteran Vernon
Law's baseball journey-a rocky
one the last few years-was halt-
ed yesterday by retirement, but he
said it might not be the end of
his pitching career.
The hero of the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates' 1960 World Series triumph
over the New York Yankees, who
injured his arm following a "freak
accident" that year, placed him-
self on the voluntary disabled list.
Knafele Through
GREEN BAY-Gary Knafelc, a
nine-year veteran of the Green
Bay Packers, announced yesterday
that he is retiring from profes-
sional football.

ground balls - one a potential
double play ball - to let in five
unearned runs in the big Red sixth
that snapped a 1-1 tie and put it
out of reach.
Drabowsky Scalps Tribe
CLEVELAND - Moe Drabowsky
stifled Cleveland on three hits
last night and the Kansas City
Athletics scored in each inning in
which they managed to get a hit,
for a 5-1 victory over the Indians.
Braves Beat Cards
M'",WAUKEE - Denis Menke's
three-run homer triggered Mil-
waukee to six runs in the first
three innings and the Braves hung
on for a 6-3 victory over the St.
Louis Cardinals last night.
* * *
Homers Help Perry
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Don Mincher, Zoilo Versalles and
Rich Rollins cracked home runs
in, support of Jim Perry's pitch-
ing and the Minnesota Twins
handed the Boston Red Sox their
seventh straight defeat, 5-3, last
night.
* * *
Houston Trips Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH-Howie Goss slid
home under. Bill Mazeroski's high
throw, scoring the tie-breaking
run as Houston edged Pittsburgh,
7-6, in a 15-inning marathon open-
ing a twi-night doubleheader last
night.
Bouton Stops Angels
LOS ANGELES - Right-hander
Jim Bouton, extending a string of
fine Yankee pitching perform-
ances, stopped the Los Angeles
Angels on five hits last night as
New York scored a 1-0 victory be-
fore a. crowd, of 30,826.
* * *
Tigers, White Sox Split
CHICAGO-The Detroit Tigers
had two men thrown out at the
plate in the 10th inning, but Bub-
ba Phillips drove in the decisive
runs with a two-out single for a
3-1 victory over the Chicago
White Sox in the second game
of a twi-night doubleheader yes-
terday.
The second-place White Sox
won the opener 2-1, as EddieeFish-
er beat Hank Aguirre.

FOR RENT
4-ROOM, 2 BDRMS. Furnished Apt.
Close to campus and downtown. Clean
and modern. Garage, automatic wash-
er, TV antenna, sunporch. $135/mo.
Ph. 3-5532 after 6 p.m. C45
MODERN AIR Conditioned two bdrm.
Remodeled 3 room apt. on Campus.
Two bdrm. modern apt. close to hosp.
All apartments have disposals, heat
and water paid by landlord, off-street
parking. Office open until 9 p.m.
662-7787 663-9064
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
310 NORTH STATE
2 rm. apt. Also 2 double and 1 single
bedrooms, furnished kitchen facili-
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rated. Also 3 garages. Telephone 3-
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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
MADISON AVE. APT.
2 bdrm. furn'd. apt., central air condi-
tioning, special hi-fi and TV outlets.
3-6357. C39
CAMPUS APTS.
Remodeled and newly furn'd. for
3 or 4 persons. Some including elec-
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" 1100 sq. ft. of floor space
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" Private balconiesand courts
e Fully carpeted
" Completely furnished in Danish
Modern
" Beautifully landscaped
" Ideal for 3, 4 or 5 persons
Finest location, 3 blocks from campus
in.. .
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Ready for your inspection now-drive
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1000 Oakland Avenue
FOR RENT at 11315 E. Shore Drive,
Whitemore Lake - Furnished home
with 3 bdrms. Write or call:ed
Mr. John Gritinas
19343 Dwyer
Detroit 34, Mich.
Phone FO 6-0712 at all times. l
Will be at Whitmore Lake Aug.- 24
LOOKING FOR APT.? Campus loca-
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C20l
Campus-2 Blocks
Several spacious one bedroom or 2 bed-
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NEW 2 BDRM. APTS. for fall-Furn'd.,
carpeted, balconies. For 3 or 4. Call
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APARTMENTS
2200 Fuller Road
One, two and' three bedroom apts. Mod-
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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

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FOR MALE Graduate student desiring
pleasant room in quiet neighborhood.
1515 Brooklyn. Phone 8-8040. C44
GRADUATE, BUSINESS or professional.
Rooms in quiet home. Call NO 2-4738.
C36'
FOXCROFT
APARTMENTS
South State near Hill. Designed and
furnished for 4, 5, or 6 student
occupants. 2 bedrooms each.

FOR RENT
NEEDED-One girl to share apt. with 3
others. 3 bdrm. Excellent location.
1 block from campus. Phone Judy at
NO 2-9819 after 5 p.m. C47
DOUBLE AVAIL. Aug. 15. Furn'd. One
block from campus. $100/mo. 621 S.
Forest. C42
DESPERATE BOY avail. to be room-
mate for in apt. Call collect GR 6-
2759. C48
GIRL WANTED to share apt. for fall.
Call 5-4828. C41

RM. FURNISHED APT. Close to cam-
pus and downtown. Clean and .mod-
ern. Off-street parking. Automatic
washer, TV antenna, utilities except
elec. $70 mo. Ph. 3-5532 after 6 p.m.
C46

"
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Most spacious available
Separate dining room
Air conditioning
Heat furnished
Extra storgae space

Call Kelly Newton, 3-2260, eves.

2-0110
013

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
032
REAL ESTATE
$550 DOWN on 3 bdrm. home--Moving
to Stanford Sat. Drive by 1212 Morn-
ingside or call owner at 2-5866. R3
MUST SELL -- Leaving state. 3 bdrm.
ranch with basement and screened
porch. 13,000 ft. lot, Ann Arbor. 665-
3203. R2
FOR SALE
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriter w.
carrying case and 1 4-drawer steel file
cabinet. Both in excellent cond. Ph.
HE 2-4831 or 3-1531, Ex. 73794 B19
$1200 COMPONENT music system for
.approx. $850. Call Jerry, 8-6375. B17
MOBILE HOME-1960 model, 10x50tft.,
side aisle, front kitchen, awning. Call
HU 2-4312. ! B18
VW LUGGAGE Rack, tarpaulin, $20. Call
NO 5-5162 evenings. B16
FOR SALE--Antaque four-poster bed.
Call HU 3-5973.
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TRANSPORTATION
PASSENGERS WANTED to Mexico,
leaving Aug. 17. Call 3-3129. G
Drive Yourself ...
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes
MOVING VANS
Whit's Rent-A-Truck
HU 2-4434
50 Encorse Road, Ypsilanti, Mich.
01
USED CARS
'58 VW, Sun roof, $400. Call 5-6371. N16
'52 CHEVY, very good condition, no
rust. Call 5-8701 N14
'59 SIMCA ARONDE. Only 22,500 miles.
Excel. cond, Must sell by Wed. $400.
Ph. 5-5951. N7
'62 CORVAIR Monsa, Black, 4 sp. Very
good condition. Ph. Dave at 5-4111,
Ext. 233. N11
'58 FORD Wagon, 6 cylinder, standard
trans. $500. 2-2695. N12
'57 V-W. Low mileage. R. & H. Reason-
able. 213 Glen. N8
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA of Ann Arbor
1906 Packard Road
665-9281
Z2
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI. Fl, 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 Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
X1
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PICKUP & DELIVERY
SERVICE & REPAIRS
THE MUSIC CENTER
NO 5-8607
NO 2-1335
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$5.95
304 S. THAYER ST.
1304 S. UNIVERSITY
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PERSONAL
DEAR WORRYING Big Brother Cy,
I refuse to answer on the grounds
that it might tend to incriminate
Jon.

ELMER R. FOOTE, a fisherman off the
coast of Boston, lost his wedding band
over the side of his boat while at
sea. Ten years later, to the day, he
was cleaving the heads off of sea
bass at Newport News when he struck
something solid."-It was his thumb.
F48
WANTED-Riders to Dallas, Texas, leav-
ing Ann Arbor Aug. 18. Write Eugene
Friedman, 303 E. Madison, Ann Arbor.
F48
WANTED-Someone to drive '63 Ram-
bler to Houston or Brownsville, Texas,
within the next week. Call Mrs.
Castle at 5-0798. F44
DEAR CHRIS,
Having trouble getting, around yes-
terday morning? Big Brother Cy is
worried about you. You and Jon must
have been quite a rollicking, follick-
ing pair; sorry I missed the grand
occasion. By the way what was the
occasion? Cy F51
ATTENTION ALL DAILY STAFF-The
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Aug. 26. Please be here on that date
as a 30-40 page paper must be put out
by Friday of that week. If you can-
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week, please write and let us know.
F41
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
AN INTERESTING bit of news came
across the AP wires today . .. Santa
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Please use this number on your let-
ters to Mr., Claus for faster and more
efficient mailing. F52
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BABYSITTER, 5 days a week, 7:30-4:30
starting Sept. 2. Call 5-4357. Hll
WAITRESSES NEEDED - Pay good;
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Apply in person Mon.-Wed. 3-5.
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Butts Denies Selling Out
Georgia to Bryant in Fix

ATLANTA OP) - Former Geor-
gia Coach Wallace Butts, pledg-
ing loyalty to the university where
he was football boss for 21 years,
testified in. Federal Court yester-
day he never betrayed team secrets
to an opposing coach.
He denied any knowledge, of al-
leged gambling activities by two
friends and insisted repeatedly he
was innocent' of a magazine's
charge that he helped rig a foot-
ball game.
The stocky, graying Butts, who
has been suffering from high
blood pressure, took the stand to

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climax the first week of testi-
mony in his $10 million libel suit
against Curtis Publishing Co.
He sued because an article in
the Curtis-owned, Saturday Eve-
ning Post charged that he and
Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Ala-
bama rigged the 1962 Georgia-
Alabama game.
No Plans Discussed
"Have you in any conversation
with Coach Bryant over the tele-
phone or in person ever discussed
with him what the University of
Georgia planned to do in a game
with the University of Alabama?"
he was asked.
"No," replied Butts.
"Is there any doubt in your mind
about it?"
"Absolutely not."
Butts said he did not recall spe-
cific telephone conversations with
Bryant but had talked many
times with the Alabama coach
about football, particularly new
rules interpretations last fall.
Inspects Notes
He thumbed through notes
which an Atlanta insurance sales-
man, George P. Burnett, has tes-
tified he made while listening to
Butts give information on Geor-
gia's team to Bryant last Sept. 13,
nine days before the controversial
game.
"Did you at any time ... before
that game give Coach Bryant any
of the information contained in
those seven pages of notes?"
I "No sir. Absolutely not. I
haven't talked with him about any
football plans since I retired as
head coach."
Butts resigned as coach at the.
end of the 1960 season but re-
mained as athletic director at
Georgia until last Feb. 28.
"Were you or were you not fa-
miliar with the University of Geor-
gia game plan?"
"No."
"Did you know what formations
Georgia had planned to use?"
"No. And I would like to add
that I was amazed and surprised
that they didn't do some of the
things they do well...."

New York
Chicago
Minnesota
Baltimore
Cleveland
Boston
Los Angeles
Kansas City
Detroit
Washington

AMERICAN1

LEAGUE
WV L Pct. GB
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64 49 .567 8z
63 50 .558 92
64 53 .547 10%
56 60 .483 18
54 58 .482 18
54 64 .458 20Y
51 61 .455 21
50 61 .450 212
41 73 .360 32

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 5, Cleveland 1
Baltimore 7, Washington 1
Minnesota 5, Boston 3
Chicago 2-1, Detroit 1-3
New York 1, Los Angeles 0
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Detroit at Chicago
Boston at Minnesota
Baltimore at Washington (n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles
San Francisco
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
x-Pittsburgh
x-Houston
New York

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68
64
63
63
59
60
59
56
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70
77

Pct. GB
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.527 8Y2
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.391 24
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BETHLEHEM UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
423 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. Ernest Klaudt, Pastor
Rev. A. C. Bizer, Associate Pastor
9:30 and 10:45 a.m. Worship Service.
9:30 and 10:45 a.m. Church School.
7:00 p.m. Student Guild

Multi-plant Division engaged in the engineering, manufacture, and
sale of commercial and industrial heating, air conditioning, air mov-
ing, air pollution control, and heat transfer equipment has immediate
opportunity for:
APPLICATION ENGINEERS,
Assignments as part of headquarters support of field sales activity and
possible alternate sales assignments. These engineers will be engaged
in preparing specidl technical, design, and price information with
respect to engineered application of air moving, air conditioning, and
heat transfer equipment.
INDUSTRIAL SALES TRAINEDES
Career opportunities in sales of industrial and commercial heating, air

s-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 8, Cincinnati 4
New York 7, Chicago 3
San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0
Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 3
Houston 7, Pittsburgh 6 (2nd, Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Houston at Pittsburgh
Chicago at New York

(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
James H. Pragman, Vicar
Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m. with Holy Com-
munion. Vicar Pragman will preach on
"Christ: The Hero of Faith."
Sunday Supper-Program at 6 p.m., featuring
a discussion of Lutheran confirmation prac-
tices, led by Pastor Scheips.
Wednesday at 9 p.m., Dr. Hans Kueng's book,
"That the World May Believe," will be re-
viewed by Mr. David Sigsbee. A devotional
service at 10 p.m., led by Pastor Scheips,
will conclude the evening.
ST. MARY'S STUDENT CHAPEL
William and Thompson Streets
Rev. John F. Bradley, Chaplain
Rev. John J. Fauser, Assistant
RELIGIOUS SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses at 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 12:00
and 12:30.
Daily Masses at 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 and 12:00.
NO 2-3580

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
AND WESLEY FOUNDATION
State and Huron Streets. Tel. 668-6881
Dr.-Hoover Rupert, Minister
Rev. M. Jean Robe and
Rev. C. J. Stoneburner, Campus Ministers

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