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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI~

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and Miss House finished fourth MON
an unh
at 18:59.3 wood, F
The race was close only for the 67 in t
first eight laps of the 30-lap race the Pi
in the 50-meter Foothill College and toc
pool. Then the tiny Miss Caretto, the Ca
urged on by cries of "Go, Patty, pionshi
go," began opening the distance Gilbe
of her lead. newcom
By the 22nd lap, she was half a among
pool length ahead of Miss Fin- huge fi
neran. on the
The intermediate time after 400 gan to
meters was unofficially 4:52.9. He g
The metric mile was the only over B
race on the opening program of Ohio, w
the four day championships for lier wit
both men and women, a larg
Although a warm sun shone, the Nicklau
air temperature officially was Grou
given at only 66 degrees and the were B
water temperature at 74. Rex BE
Contestants in the 1,500 meter Collins,
race were seeded in heats accord- Rosbur
ing to their best times previously Geiberg
this season. So the top eight Arno
swimmers were listed in the fourth back a
heat.;
Final placings were on the basis '
of comparative times in the heats
and the top six all swam in the
finale.
Miss Caretto's previous best for En(
the 1,500 meters, a non-Olympic
event, was 18:45.6, recently in Los BUFF
Angeles when she just missed the nell of
18:44.0 world record set by Miss day to
House in the' AAU championships camp a
two years ago. noon p
The Southern California young- O'Do
ster will race her elders twice the A
more during the AAU champion- club's t
ships, in the 200 meter and 400 Monda
meter freestyles, the latter an Lou Sa
Olympic event. he wou
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Orioes' Five
By The Associated Press
drove
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL - dco
Baltimore tied a club record with yesterd
five homers and rookie Dave Skod
Vineyard got his second 'straight a trade
victory as the Orioles defeated thea .h
Minnesota Twins 7-4 yesterday. two ou
The five homers, two by Jackie Wicker
Brandt, tied the Baltimore record fifth ti
set against Los Angeles in 1961. was thi
Earl Robinson, Dick Brown and
Brooks Robinson hit the other PITT
homers for the Orioles, by Ver
* ~and ti.
CHICAGO -Bill White batted Virdon
across four runs yesterday as the Pittsbu
St. Louis - Cardinals became the a twi-
first National League team to win Housto
six straight games with a 5-2 vic- Vird
tory over the Chicago Cubs. also h
White collected his sixth and ningo :
seventh hits of the three-game the e
series and added a sacrifice fly. thenot
He delivered two runs with a two- to not
out bases-loaded single in the decisio
third inning, sent in another run Both
with a single that chased loser 11-5, g
Dick Ellsworth in the seventh and NEW
hit his sacrifice fly in the ninth.lne
Ray Sadetki posted his 12th line drI
victory but needed relief help ininlte
the ninth from Roger Craig. The in the
Card starter gave up only four Stengel
hits through the first eight 4.-

TREAL ()-Gibby Gilbert,
heralded pro from Holly-
Fla., shot a four-under-par
the gathering darkness at
inegrove Course yesterday
ok the first round lead in
nadian Open Golf Cham-
ps.
rt, only 23 and a relative
ner to the pro circuit, was
the last finishers in the
ield, completing his round
par 71 course as dusk be-
settle.
grabbed a one-stroke lead
ob Shave Jr., Willoughby,
who had finished much ear-
th a 68, two strokes up on
e group - including Jack
us-at 70.
ped with Big Jack at 70
Bob Verwey, South Africa;
axter, Amarillo, Tex.; Bill
, Grossingers, N.Y.; Bob
hg, Portland, Ore., and Al
ger, Carlton Oaks, Calif.
ld Palmer ;was four strokes1
end even par at 71.
s O'Donnell
ls Wa lkout
FALO, N Y (A)-Joe O'Don-
Michigan returned yester-
the Buffalo Bills' training
and was in action for after-
ractice.
nnell, who walked out of
merican 'Football League
training camp unexpectedlyl
y, had talked with Coach
aban Wednesday and said
ld return.

Palmer, the Masters champ, was
out one under and picked up two
more strokes, but missed on 18
inch putt and bogied the 14th,
and also bogied the last two holes.
Gilbert, who said he has yet to
earn a cent on the pro tour, is on
notice from the PGA that his
approved-tournament player stat-
us will be revoked. He said he will
apply for revision of his status.
Ashe Upsets
Hot Ralston
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (JP) -
Arthur Ashe, a UCLA student from
Richmond, Va., pulled off a major
upset yesterday, surprising trou-
bled Dennis Ralston 13-15, 6-1,
6-4 in the quarter-finals of the
Eastern Grass C o u r t Tennis
Championships.
Ashe, ranked sixth nationally,
will play defending champion
Gene Scott, St. James, N.Y., in the
semis. Scott, third-seeded, also
advanced.
In women's play, top-seeded
Billie Jean Moffitt, Long Beach,
Calif., and third-seeded Mrs.
Carole Caldwell Graebner, Santa
Monica, Calif., advanced to the
semis.
Miss Moffitt eliminated Mrs.
Pat Stewart Edrich, New York,
6-0, 6-2 and Mrs. Graebner de-
feated Judy Alvarez; Tampa, Fla.,
6-3, 6-3.

FOR RENT
MODERN, furnished Island Drive Ct.
apt. for female. Swim, pool, air-cond.
Immed. available. 663-1227. C45
FURNISHED
ROOMS
For men students, near campus.
Lobby with TV and snack facilities.
$6 and $8. 668-9593. C6
ROOMS FOR GIRLS -Singles and
doubles, very close to campus, equip-
ped kitchen, dining area, washer and
dryer. Call 663-2189. C46
GRADUATE WOMAN wants roommate
for furnished apt. 663-1561, x 286. C39
2 ROOMMATES wanted to share 4 girl
furnished apt. Fall. Call 665-8249
after 4. 034
WANT MALE grad student to share
2-man, 6-room apt. Separate bed-
rooms. 9 month lease. $50/month. 665-
2241. C47
FURNISHED APT -close to State
Theater. Call 662-7274. C401
ON CAMPUS-New 2-bdrm., $200 for
fall. Call 665-8330. C32
WHOLE FIRST FLOOR OF HOUSE-
Will accommodate 5 or 6 students,
furnished. Fireplacethat really works.
Also other apartments for fall,
Campus ManagementE

USED CARS
'60 ALPHA-ROMEO Blue Road. Convert.
E-xcellent condition, new tires. Trade
or sell. Call GL 3-6046. N34
1955 MORRIS Minor Station Wagon.
Motor completely rebuilt 50 miles ago.
also brakes-40 mpg-total mileage
31,115. Reason for sale: illness, $375
or best reasonable offer. 663-3478 be-
tween 7 and 9 p.m. N33
'59 VAUXHALL-Must sell. Top offer.
663-9887. N31
'60 KARMANN GHIA Coupe. New tires,
engine, clutch, Call 663-8654. N28
1962 CHEVY II Nova-Automatic, radio,
air conditioning. Call 662-2895 after
7 pm. N29
LEAVING TOWN-Must sell 1955 Olds
98 Holiday. Power steering, brakes,
windows, seat. Sound rubber. 15 mpg
and rides like a yacht. May be seen
on campus. $250. 426-4180. N27

SPORTS CAR SALE

1960 Alpha-Romeo '2000 Road.
1960 TR-3 Roadster, BRG, nice
1961 Austin-Healey Sprite, Red
1960 MG-A '1600 Roadster, Blue
1963 MG-B Roadster, sharp
1962 Austin-Healey '3000 Roadster
1963 Jaguar 3.8 Sedan, Auto.
All Cars Guaranteed
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Overseas Imported Cars, Inc.
331 S. Fourth Ave.
Ann Arbor, Michigan

662-7787 days

663-9064 eves.
C36

1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 MAN APTS. availableI

N32

for Fall occupancy. Some modern,

air-conditioned. Short-term lease. CallI

663-0511 or 663-7926.

C41

Homers Beat Twins.
in all the runs as the Ghi- Philadelphia's lead to 112 games
White Sox shutout Detroit over the second-place Giants.
ay, 2-0. *

rron, acquired recently in
with Washington; deliver-
game-winning triple with
t in the sixth inning. Dave
sham, who failed for the
me to gain his 13th victory,
e victim.
* '4 *
rSBURGH--Tight pitching
non Law and Don Schwall
he timely hitting of Bill
and Jerry Lynch led the
rgh Pirates to a sweep of
-night doubleheader with
n 1-0 and 8-3 last night.
on singled home Law, who
ad singled, in the sixth in-
f an opener and it was all
teran right-hander needed
ch his ninth victory in 17
ins.
Law and Bob Bruce, now
ave up five hits.
YORK -- Tommy Davis'
ive single to left field scored
Davis with the winning run
ninth inning as the Los
s Dodgers ruined Casey
['s 74th birthday by de-
the New York Mets 5-3
ght.
e Davis doubled with one
the ninth and after Ron
walked, Tommy tagged
Stallard for the single,
in the winning run.
Wakefield replaced Stallard
ter Nate Oliver's infield hit
the bases, a balk brought
he fifth Dodger run.
* * *
LADELPHIA - R o o k i e
Briggs slashed a two-run
with the bases loaded in
th inning last night, boost-
Lional League-leading Phil-
ia to a 4-3 victory over San
sco.
victory, the Phillies' second
three-game series, increased

WASHINGTON -- The Wash-
ington Senators spotted Cleveland
six runs in the first inning, then
roared back with their biggest
inning of the year--seven runs in
the sixth-and defeated the In-
dians 8-7 last night. ,
It completed a sweep of the
three-game series for Washington
and handed the Indians their
sixth straight loss.

Major League
Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York 61 37 .622
Baltimore 62 39 .614
Chicago 60 04 .600
Los Angeles 54 52 .509
Boston 51 52 .495
:Detroit 50 53 .485
Minnesota 49 53 .480
Cleveland 43 57 .430
Kansas City 39 62 .386
Washington 41 65 .386
YESTERDAY'S RES ULTS
Baltimore 7, Minnesota 4
Chicago 2, Detroit 0
Washington 8, Cleveland 7
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
Chicago at Washington (n)
New York at Minnesota (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

MODERN Air-Conditioned living quar-
ters w/kitchen in exchange for part-
time work. Some paid hours. Apply
Townand Country Boarding Kennels,
2295 S. State or call 663-7200. 042
ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
EXCLUSIVE CAMPUS LOCATION
721 S. FOREST
Fall occupancy-1 and 2 bedroom fur-
nished and unfurnished apartment,.
Free parking. Apply manager, 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. only. 010
CAMPUS-AUG. 20
Several remodeled one or two bed-
room furnished apts. available for
Fall occupancy. NO 5-0234. C29
CAMPUS APTS.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
2, 3, & 4 man apts., modern, fur-
nished, featuring split level design.
Call NO 3-8866. C22
PERSONAL
WANTED!!
Two good tickets to "A Thurber Car-
nival." Call 662-2117. F13
REPUBLICANS wishing to work for
Johnson-summer or fall-call 662-
8630, Paid Political Ad. F10
LANVIN
The best perfume Paris
has to offer.
Available at
THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 So. University
"THE MOST critical need of the Gar-
goyle this year will be for more per-
sonnel . .. the Garg begs you to join
the staff. There are several advant-
ages: 1) meet people; 2) make some
money; 3) see your name in print."
-Freshman Edition
Michigan Daily
AMFN, BROTHER!! To work on the
Garg this summer or fall . . . or
both . . . apply at the Student Pub-
lications Building or call 663-7604
PLEASE!!!
-Gargoyle Staff
Need help in selecting
the right WINE?
Come:
THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 5. University
Open 9 to 9

NSU Sport Coupe-'61 engi4e. '60 body.
40 mpg. 70 mph. $350. Call 449-8252.
N22
'62 BUICK Special Convert. V6, auto.
trans. $1650. 665-7410 after 5. N
1960 WHITE MG-A convert., $1,000,
First offer accepted. 482-0511 after 6.
N17
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING TT YOURSELf ?
Grad. students inquire abcut penny
master and our offset process. Pro-
fessional Service Associates, 665-8184.
j

665-8184

MANUSCRIPT typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical conferences,
mimeographing, offset,'
Quick, Accurate, Experienced
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BMW 600cc-Top offer. 663-9887. ,Z9
'64 HONDA 90 for sale. $325. Call 665-
6425. Z10
1958 LAMBRETTA-Clean, reasonable.
NO 2-0$79. Z7
YOU meet the nicest people on a
HONDA! Join the fun at HONDA of
Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
9281. T2

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 'lDAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 ..9- 3,45
3 .85 2.40 4.20
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classif ed deadline, 2:30 doily.
Phone NO 2-4786
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-RIDE to Milwaukee, Wis.,
or Chicago downtown weekend. of
Aug. 7 or anytimeafter Aug. 10, Call
662-4656. G
RIDE WANTED to N.Y.C. on August 13
and back to Ann Arbor on the 23.
Will share driving and expenses. Call
3-1561, X 545 after 5.
NOTICE!
For Airport Limousine Service call 663-
8300. To Metropolitan $4.00. To Willow
Run $2 50. Metro round trip $7.00. G1
FOR SALE
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriter,
good cond. Best offer. 665-7541, Ext.
1204. B11
TAPE RECORDER, $75. Camp stove,
$10. 668-7333.B
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PA 9L'S M.SICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Hamilton watch, white gold
with diamonds, stretch bracelet-
Wed. a.m., State & Liberty vicinity.
663-2080. A12
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
MOVE ONE WAY IN THE U.S.A.
Move Truck Rental System
202 W. Washington St.
Call 665-6875
S1
REAL ESTATE
3-BEDROOM RANCH-TYPE HOUSE, 1
block from Wines Elem., and Forsythe
Jr. High. Will sell for FHA valuation
or $16,900 (whichever is lower). Large
backyard, screened porch, full base-
ment, separate laundry room. 1311
Pomona Rd. 665-3203. House open for
inspection 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Aug. 1.
All invited. RI
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI'sGalore!
"WHITE LEVI'S'
SLIM FITS
4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black, brown, loden,
"white," cactus, light blue
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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NICHOLSON MOTORCYULE-SALES
Triumph, Yamaha, BMW
Scooter Repairs
224 S. First St. 662-7409

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innings.
DETROIT-Gary Peters pitched
a three-hitter and Bill Skowron
Zindell Oldsmobile Inc.
907 N. Main St.
Ann Arbor-NO 3-0507

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last nig
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W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 58 41 .586 -
San Francisco 58 44 .568 12
Pittsburgh 53 44 .547 4
Cincinnati 55 47 .5394 Y
St. Louis 53 48 .525 6
Milwaukee 52 48 .520 6/
Los Angeles 50 49 .505 8
Chicago 48 51 .485 10
Houston 45 58 .437 15
New York 30 72 .294 29
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 5, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 5, New York 3
Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3
Pittsburgh 8-3, Houston 1-0
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Chicago
Houston at New York (2, t-n)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (n)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)

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20% SALE
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ON EVERYTHING!
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330 Maynard (near Nickels Arcade)
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Authorized
TRIUMPH Dealer
Sales, Service & Parts
HERB ESTES
AUTOMART
319 W. Huron
665-3688

Meet the Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a m ,
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCWNTI FIC
INTRODUUTION SERVICE
MISCELLANEOUS
Good Heavens. It's Friday again.
Friday means weekend.
Weekend means parties.
Parties mean food.
Food means
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
open every night 'til 12

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