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Farrel Gets 11th Win on 12th Attempt

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FOR RENT
SECRETARY WANTS roommate to
share furnished apt. near campus.
Call X 3416. After 5, 662-3763. 059
SMALL APT. or efficiency needed for
months of Sept. and Oct. Please con-
tact Boris Kozolchyk at 662-7934 or
x2609 at the Law School. 048
FEMALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Very
modern. comfortable apt. Reasonable.
Close to campus. Call after 5, 663-
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2 BDRM. FURN. APT. Convenient to
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$160/mo. lease. Call 663-4435. C56
CLOSE TO State Theatre-Furnished
apt. for men. Also room. 662-7274. C40
FURNISHED 2-bdrm. Sept. to June
sublet. Washer and dryer, balcony,
carport. $135 plus utilities. 1.5 miles
from campus. 663-7493. C55
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to share large - house near campus.
Must like dogs and women. Freudians
and Pavlovians need not. apply. $75
mo. 662-9642. C52
GEDDES
Eight room house near Women's
Pool, furnished, 3 or 4 bedrooms,
separate study area. Ideal for 6 or
more students or nurses.
Campus Management
337 E. Huron, Open days, Eves. 7-9
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Also one, two and three bedroom
modern, furnished apartments in
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TRANSPORTATION
TEACHER leaves for Calif. mid-August,
desires female college rider. Contact
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By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - Houston's
Dick Farrel won his 11th game on
the 12th attempt last night as the
Colts defeated the National League
leading Philadelphia Phillies 2-1.
Farrell, who has lost six straight
since becoming the first 10-game
winner in the majors on June 14,
finally nailed his 11th victory
when Jim Owens relieved in the
ninth and put down the Phillies'
final threat.
Californian
Leads Gir
Five Event
NEW YORK (A"P)-Mrs. Pat Win-
slow, the favorite frqm San Mateo,
Calif., won two of 'three penta-
thlon events yesterday and grab-
bed the first day lead in the U.S.
Women's Olympic track and field
trials at Randall's Island.
Mrs. Winslow, who previously
had bettered the Olympic quali-
fying standard of 4,500 points in
a national meet at San Mateo,
compiled 2,686 points in the high
jump, shot put and 80-meter
hurdles.
The performance, which gave
her a lead of 151 points over Sally
Griffith, San Jose, Calif., made
her a virtual shoo-in for the No.
1 spot since today's final events,
the broad jump and the 200 meter
run, are her best.
None of the other eight compet-
itors appeared likely to surpass
the standard of 4,500 points for
the event that has been added to
the Olympic program just this
year.
Mrs. Winslow won the high
jump at 5 feet-i inch, the shot put
at 43%' and finished fourth in
the 80-meter hurdles in 12.1. Miss
Griffith won that event in 11.5.
In addition to the final two
events in the pentathlon, today's
program includes trials in all in-
dividual track and field events,
with finals in all such events set
for tomorrow.

Wes Covington, who collected
two of the Phillies' four hits off
Farrell, doubled with one out, and
Hal Woodeshick replaced Farrell.
Pinch hitter Gus Triandos then
bounced a single up the middle,
scoring Covington.
That brought in Owens, who
got out of the jam by getting
Tony Taylor to ground into a
doubleplay.
The victory brought Farrel's
record to 11-7.
The Colts scored both their runs
in the fourth inning off -Chris
Short.
Short, who had won three in a
row and seven of his last nine,
took the loss for a. 10-6 record.
*~ * *
KANSAS CITY -Elston How-
ard's wrong-field home run in
the eighth inning turned into the
winning run yesterday as the New
York Yankees salvaged the third
and final game of their series with
the pesky Kansas City Athletics
.5-3.
Ralph Terry started for New
York and gained his third straight
victory despite some trouble from
his old nemesis - the home run
ball. Nellie Mathews connected
against the lanky Yankee right-
hander in the fifth and Rocky
Colavito got his 27th, a two-run
shot, in the eighth.
Roger Marris' fifth inning
homer and a clutch, two-run triple
by Tommy Tresh in the seventh
had staked New York to a 3-1 lead.
Bullfighter
Camino Hurt
MALAGA, Spain UP) - P a c o
Camino, the leading Spanish
matador who was featured in
Sports Illustrated this week, was
gored and seriously injured in a
bullfight yesterday.
He suffered a six-inch wound in
the abdomen while performing
with the muleta, or red cape,
against his first bull.
Camino was treated in the bull-
ring's infirmary and then taken
to a hospital.

Howard's homer over the right
field fence in the eighth proved
to be the winner, however, when
Colavito hit his homer in the
home half of the inning.
New York's other run came when
Clete Boyer doubled, stole third
and scored on a single by Tony
Kubek in the eighth.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Rich Rollins' seventh-inning fly
ball, lost in the sun by right fielder
Lee Thomas, dropped in for a tri-
ple and drove home the winning
run yesterday in Minnesota's 6-5
victory over the Boston Red Box.
Harmon Killebrew's 39th homer
of the season, a two-run shot in
the third, gave the Twins a 5-4
lead that held until the seventh
when a walk to Carl Yastrzemsk
and singles by Dick Stuart and
Bob Tillman tied it.
The Red Sox opened with four
runs in the first inning, the first
on a homer by Felix Mantilla. A
walk, an error, a single by Stuart
and a sacrifice fly by Tillman
brought in three more runs.
Minnesota countered with three
runs in its half of the inning, two
on Jimmie Hall's bases loaded
single and the other on a single
by Bob Allison.
ST. LOUIS - Bill White and
Dick Groat each drove in two runs
and powered the St. Louis Card-
inals to a 5-3yvictory over the
Chicago Cubs yesterday.
Bob Gibson worked out of num-
erous early jams and posted his
ninth victory against as many
losses. It was his first triumph
since July 19.
The Cardinals collected only
four hits off loser Dick Ellsworth,
but they bunched them in two
scoring innings.
An error by Andre Rodgers set
up Groat's run-scoring single in
the first inning and Groat also
scored on a double by Ken Boyer.
White doubled home two more
runs in the third after Groat dou-
bled and Boyer was walked inten-
tionally.
PITTSBURGH --Bill Mazeroski
drove in three runs with a double
and single, leading the Pittsburgh
Pirates to a 4-1 victory over te
Los Angeles Dodgers last night.
Bob Friend went all the way for
the victory, his 10th against 11
defeats, as he scattered nine hits,
struck out seven and did not walk
a man.
Mazeroski 'knocked in the first
two Pittsburgh runs with a single
off Dodger starter Larry Miller
in the third after Manny Mota
had bunted safely and Don Clen-
denon had doubled.
Howie Reed, who relieved Miller,
was tagged for consecutive triples
by Mota and Clendenon that
knocked in another run in the
fifth and Mazeroski followed with
a run-producing double.
.* * *
CINCINNATI-Deron Johnson
and Frank Robinson each slam-
med a triple, double and single,
leading a 15-hit attack that car-
ried the Cincinnati Reds to a
9-3 victory over .Milwaukee last
night.-
The Reds got the job done with
four-run uprisings in the first
and seventh innings.,w
Vada Pinson started things in
the first with a two-run homer,
and after Robinson doubled, John-

son doubled him home and sec
himself on Leo Cardenas' sing
The Reds scored again in
third on Robinson's walk and
gles by Johnson and Steve Bo
Hank Aaron cut the deficit
hitting a three-run homer -
18th - for Milwaukee in the si
but the Reds came back v
their second spree.
Milwaukee started the im
with reliever Warren Spahn on
mound and Pinson promptly t
out a bunt. Robinson walked
then Johnson sliced a triple
right. The Reds picked up
more runs on three singles
fore Spahn ended the inning.
Joey Jay gave up five hits
fore being lifted for a pinch
ter in the seventh and got
victory for a 7-8 record. The
feat was charged to Hank Fis
9-7.
* * *
CHICAGO-Al Kaline trigg
a two-run fifth inning upri:
with a double and hit a
homer in the seventh inning, p
ering the Detroit Tigers to a
victory over the Chicago W
Sox last night.
The Tigers scored their f
two runs in the third on sin
by pitcher Mickey Lolich and
Bruton, Al Weis' error on Jf
Lumpe's grounder that let Lo
score and Gates Brown's groun
Kaline led off the fifth wit
double and scored on a single
Brown. A single by Norm C
and Dick McAuliffe's grounder
Brown home.
Lolich, 11-7, was touched
eight hits in the seven inn!
he worked, but did not allow ai
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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

64
66
64
58
53
54
52
49
42
42

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40
42
43
54
55
57
57
59
66
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310 N. STATE

For male grad students. Furnished.
One 2-room apt. Also 1single and
2 double bedrooms with kitchen priv-
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ROOMS FOR GIRLS -- Singles and
doubles, very close to campus, equip-
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dryer. Call 663-2189. C4
1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 MAN APTS. available
for Fall occupancy. Some modern,
air-conditioned. Short-term lease. Call

Mira Reinj ures Passing
Arm in EveningDrill

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 6, Boston 5
New York 5, Kansas City3'
Detroit 5, Chicago 2
only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicago
Minnesota at Cleveland (2-tn)
Baltimore at New York (n)
Kansas City at Detroit (n)
Washington at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

663-0511 or 663-7926.

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2-BDRM. APTS.

Modern, furnished, air-conditioned
apts. Starting at,$185. Also avail-
able, a few at $165. Contact

CHICAGO UP) - George Mira,
star passing quarterback from
Miami of Florida, reinjured his
passing arm, and his action may
be limited in the College All-Star
football game in Soldier Field to-
night.
Mira has been bothered by a
muscle strain in his throwing arm
for several weeks and reported "a
little pull" while throwing passes
in a drill Wednesday night.
The first few days of this week,
Mira was able to throw in his cus-
tomary accurate style and was ex-
pected to be a major factor in the
All-Star attackagainst the chain-
pion Chicago Bears of the National
Football League.
All-Star Coach Otto Graham
confirmed that Mira "pulled that
muscle a little bit again."
"He stopped throwing the mo-
ment he felt a little pull to avoid

making the injury worse," said
Graham. "I'm not a doctor, but
the injury doesn't seem dangerous.
I certainly hope he can throw by
kickoff time tonight."
Graham said he understood the
San Francisco 49ers, to whom
Mira belongs, would have the star
quarterback's injury examined to-
day.
"Any decision the club makes is
all right with me," said Graham.
"He is their property and I can
understand their concern about
endangering Mira's pro chances."
Graham already has named
Southern California's Pete Beat-
hard at starting quarterback
against the Bears. The third All-
Star quarterback is Jack Concan-
non of Boston College, also ex-
pected to see considerable action.

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

W
62
62
60
57
56
55
53.
50
47
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43 .590 -
46 .574 1%
49 .550 4
48 .543 5
51 .523 T
52 .514 8
53 .500 94
55 .476 12
64 .423 i1
75 .312 30

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663-0511 days

663-7926 eves.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 5, Chicago 3
Cincinnati 9, Milwaukee 3
Philadelphia 2, Houston 1
Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 1
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2-tn)
New York at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at St. Louis (n)
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (n)-
San Francisco at Cincinnati (n)

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ENTERTAINMENT
)anny Perlongo
at the Piano
Every Tues.-Thurs.
and Sat. Night
122 W. WASHINGTON

054
932 DEWEY
For male graduates. 2 apts., 1 down
with 4 rooms, and 1 up with 3 rooms.
All furnished. 663-1460. Available
Aug. 10. C51
CAMPUS-AUG. 20
Several remodeled one or two bed-
room furnished apts. available for
Fall occupancy. NO S-0234. 029

WESTERN GOLF OPEN
Golfers Smash Tam O'Shanter Course

U"

B-.

CHICAGO (P)-Billy Casper, a
210-pounder, and Chi Chi Rod-
riquez, 120, knocked seven strokesl
off Tam O'Shanter's standard1
with 64's yesterday to lead a first
round par-smashing frolic in the
Western Golf Open.J
Casper, 33, followed by hisi
beaming 7-year-old son, fashioned
a 31-33 against the par 36-35-71.1
Tam layout that measures 6,686
yards.
Chi Chi, the puckish 28-year-
old Puerto Rican, carrying on his
usual flow of jabber with the
gallery, had a string of five
straight birdies in scoring 30 on,
the front side and came back in 34.
Only One Bogey,
The long - driving Rodriguez,
ninth on the money list with

3075 PACKARD

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$35,610 in official PGA earnings,
had only. one bogey-a five on
No. 10 when he hit a fairway trap.
He missed matching the course
front nine record of 29 when he
failed to drop a three-foot eagle
putt on the ninth. He closed with
a birdie 3 on the 18th by cupping
a six-footer.
The 64s were only one stroke
off the competitive course record.
Casper, fourth leading money
winner with $62,926, was bothered
only by a buzzing movie camera
on the first hole and itching from
a mild case of hives as he opened.
his bid for top money of about
$11,000 in the 72-hole tourney.
Distracted
Casper stopped his second shot
on No. 1 when distracted by an
amateur movie-making fan. He
banged the club into his bag,
stepped back, then took it out
again. The approach shot caught
a trap and he ended up with a
bogey 5.
"I shook this start off pretty
well," said Casper. "I got an eagle
three on the second hole with a
drive, a four-wood 10 feet from
the cup and the'putt. And then to
completely satisfy myself I birdie
deuced the third by dropping a
30 foot putt."
After a bogey on No. 10, Casper
highlighted his back nine with
three birdies, two of them with
30-foot putts.
Rodriguez' string of five birdies,
one' short of the PGA best this
year, came on successive putts of
6, 20, 17, 12 and 17 feet. On the
501-yard 15th he again missed an

Veech of Menomonee Falls, Wis.;
Pete Fleming of Hot Springs,
Ark., and Australian Bruce Devlin.
More than two dozen broke par.
British Open champion Tony
Lema was bracketed at 70 with at
least eight others while the 69
crowd included Larry Mowry,
Dave Hill, Bill Collins, Frank
Stranahan, Skee Riegel and Jay
Herbert.
Finding the going a little rough
was Jack Nicklaus. He was lost in
the stampede with a 72.
The field of 153 will be trimmed
to the low 75 and ties after today's
round and to the low 60 and ties
after 54 holes tomorrow.

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