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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

T.E WI.IGN AIYTUSDY

ick Stays on Job Through '65;
L. Ailows Angels To Move

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4781
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

ICAGO ()) -- Commissioner
Frick has been asked to con-
in office through the 1965
.d Series while a committee
ares a report on the functions
is job "in the light of chang-
imes."
til the committee, composed
rick and the two league presi-
s, reports at the December
ball meetings nobody is
orized to screen any candi-
s for position.
ius, the major league execu-
council in effect shut off
ulation by owners about a suc-
r until it decides on a course
otion.
other action Detroit Tiger
ball club president John
er, chairman of the majors'
'ision committee, said plans
been approved for a Monday
t baseball spectacular on Na-
al TV in 1965. One game would
elevised each Monday night

with the proceeds divided equally
among the 20 clubs.
"All the 20 clubs have signed
their rights to the television com-
mittee," said Fetzer. ".We have not
met with any networks yet. With-
in 30 days he will meet with spon-
sors, advertisers and network
executives."
Fetzer said one of the main
problems was schedule-making to
provide an attractive Monday
night game each week without dis-
rupting the regular baseball sched-
ule.
The American League ended its
session by approving the move of
the Los Angeles Angels to Ana-
heim, Calif., beginning in 1966.
The action was a formality,
since Angel President Bob Rey-
nolds last Saturday signed a 35-
year lease to have the club play
its games in a new stadium to be
built in Anaheim.
Agrees
Frick, 69, announced last Wed-
nesday he would not run for re-

election and would step down from
his $75,000-a-year job when his
successor is named. He readily
agreed to stay on until his term
expires Sept. 20, 1965. At the sug-
gestion of the council he agreed to
extend that term through the
1965 World Series.
Among those who have been
mentioned in speculation for his
replacement are Joe Cronin, presi-
dent of the American League;
Judge Robert Cannon of Milwau-
kee, legal counsel of the players
association; Sen. Kenneth Keat-
ing, (R-NY); former vice-president
Richard Nixon, and Supreme
Court Justice Byron (Whizzer)
White.
There has been some feeling for
a return to the Judge Landis type
of commissioner, stern judicial
figure who would act as a supreme
court of baseball.
Changing Times
The council's proposal on set-
ting up a committee called for a
report on the function of the of-
fice of the commissioner in the
light of changing times.'
The late Judge Landis, the first
commissioner, served from 1920
to 1944 and died in office. A. B.
(Happy) Chandler, his successor
was told he would not be re-
elected when he asked for clarifi-
cation of his status near the end
of his term.

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By The Associated Press
OSLO, Norway-Mike Larrabee
Ventura, Calif., set a Bislet
adium record of 45.4 seconds
. 400 meters and equalled the
rld's best time this year for
at distance last night.
Larrabee's time, opening a two-
y international track and field
eet, matched- that made by an-
her American, Jay Luck of Yale
d Watertown, Mass., earlier this
ar. The old Bislet Stadium rec-
: was 45.6, set by American
enn Davis in .1957.
* * *
Pension Plan
'HICAGO-The National League
cepted an umpire pension plan
terday which had been ver-
ly agreed upon at a meeting
New York July 6.
The agreement between the um-
es and the National League
:ecutive Committee calls for $250
year foreach active year of
rvice until Jan. 1, 1964, and
00 a year after that date.
Another change in the plan re-
ires umpires to pay a flat $350
axly into the fund. Previously,
ey paid five per cent of their
nual salary.
Ligament Strain
NEW YORK-The ailment that
s curtailed the pitching assign-
ents of New York Yankee south-
w Whitey Ford was diagnosed
sterday as a ligament strain of
e right hip joint.
ream physican, Dr. Sidney Gay-
r, said that Ford also was suf-
ing from a chronic inflamma-
n of the area plus a slight
lcium deposit. He emphasized,
wever, that the calcium deposit
im
i\

was no cause for immediate con-
cern.
Gaynor added that Ford will
receive X-ray treatments for the
next three' or four days. A club
spokesman said it was hoped the
Yankee ace would be able to work
against the leading Orioles in
Baltimore this weekend.

The r executive council consists
of National League President War-
ren Giles, New York Yankee Pres-
ident Dan Topping, Cronin, Frick
and O'Malley.
Bob Carpenter, president of the
Philadelphia Phillies, and Fetzer
attended as alternates.

FOR RENT
CAMPUS-Graduate Students Room in
private home. Olivia Ave. 665-2425.
C60
SECRETARY WANTS roommate to
share furnished apt. near campus.
Call X 3416. After 5, 662-3763. C59
ROOMMATE WANTED-To share mod-
ern apt, at Huron Arms with one
other girl. Phone 663-5372. 061
FURNISHED
ROOMS
For men students, near campus.
Lobby with TV and snack facilities.
668-9593. C6
FOR GRADUATE or senior male-a
quiet, pleasant single room in a pri-
vate home near bus line. Immediate
occupancy. 668-6551. C62
FEMALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Very
modern comfortable apt. Reasonable.
Close to campus. Call after 5, 663-
6664. C58
SECRETARY looking for non-smoking
roommate in furn. apt. near campus.
Call Univ. x2011. C64
2 BDRM. FURN. APT. Convenient to
campus. Ideal for 2 or 3 people.
$160/mo. lease. Call 663-4435. C56
3RD GIRL NEEDED for large 2-floor
apt. $53/mo. Call 663-1244 or 663-
1561, x222. C63
CLOSE TO State Theatre-Furnished
apt. for men. Also room. 662-7274. C40
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
662-7787
310 N. STATE
For male grad students. Furnished.
One 2-room apt. Also 1 single and
2 double bedrooms with kitchen priv-
ileges. Phone 663-1460. C50
1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 MAN APTS. available
for Fall occupancy. Some modern,
air-conditioned. Call 663-0511 or 663-
7926. C41
2-BDRM. APTS.
Modern, furnished, air-conditioned
apts. Starting at $185. Also avail-
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663-0511 days 663-7926 eves.
054
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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 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

FOR RENT
FURNISHED 2-bdrm. Sept. to June
sublet. Washer and dryer, balcony,
carport. $135 plus utilities. 1.5 miles
from campus. 663-7493. 055{
ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
EXCLUSIVE CAMPUS LOCATION
721 S. FOREST
Fall occupancy-1 and 2 bedroom fur.
nished and unfurnished apartmentzs.
Free parking. Apply manager, 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. only. C10
410 05SERVATORY
Nearly new, modern, furnished two-
bedroom apartment. Ceramic tile
bath, disposal, student desks, cov-
ered parking.
Also one, two and three bedroom
modern, furnished apartments in
other campus and hospital loca-
tions.
Campus Management
337 E. Huron, Open days, eves. 7-9
662-7787
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Whenever you need the services of
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USED CARS
'58 VW SUNROOF. Radio, seatbelts,
new tires. $600. Call 665-8127 or 663-
1511, x2110 (days). N38
'63 SUNBEAM Alpine - Wire wheels,
tonneau cover. Very low mileage. Ex-
cellent condition. 665-5223. N37
'62 FALCON Wagon, auto, shift, radio,
rack, white walls, deluxe tires, 13,540'
miles. Excellent condition. Reason-
able. Call 665-5223. N36
NSU Sport Coupe-'61 engine, '60 body.
40 mpg. 70 mph. $350. Call 449-8252.
N22
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
N32
TRANSPORTATION
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. G
NOTICE I
For Airport Limousine Service call 663-
8300. To Metropolitan $4.00. To Willow
Run $2.50. Metro round trip $7.00. 01

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1964 VESPA G.S. Cost $550. For $450,
will include windshield and helmet
with face shield. Call 665-5027 after 6.,
?.12
'64 HONDA 90 for sale. $325. Call 665-
6425. Z1O
YOU meet the nicest people. on a
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Triumph, 'amaha, BMW
Scooter Repairs
224 S. First St. 662-7409
FOR SALE
1959 VAN DYKE 40x10 mobile home, 2
bdrms., front kitchen. Complete as
on lot. Lot 58, Woodside Park, 6564
E. Michigan, Saline, Mich. B14
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriter,
good cond. Best offer. 663-7541, Ext.
1204. Bl
BRAND NEW FURNITURE-3 double
beds, 3 boudoir chairs, 3 upholstered
chairs, coffee and step tables, used
Englander hide-a-bed. Call 449-2844
for' details; transportation available.
B13
TAPE RECORDER, $75. Camp stove,
$10. 668-7333.B B
LOST-AND FOUND'
LOST -- Eternamatic wristwatch. Re-
ward. Call 663-1511, x444 or x566. A13

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By The Associated Press

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ST. LOUIS-MikeuShannonrand
Lou Brock threw 'out San Fran-
cisco runners at the plate, pro-
tecting St. Louis' 2-1 victory over
the Giants last'night.
The Cardinals scored single
runs in the first and second in-
nings off Ron Herbel for a 2-0
lead. Then, in the fifth, the Giants
made their first threat.
Tom Haller led off with a, single,
and two outs later, Harvey Kuenn
singled him to second. Hal Lanier
then popped a single to right but
Haller was out at home on a rifle
throw from Shannon to catcher
Tim, McCarver.
Jim Ray Hart pulled the Giants
to within one run in the seventh
and the Giants mounted another
threat in the eighth when Orlando
Cepeda and Hart singled with two
out. Haller then singled to left
field, but Cepeda, trying to score
second on the hit, was out onj
Brock's peg to McCarver.
CINCINNATI-Mel Queen strok-
ed three hits and Steve Boros
drove in three runs in support of

Bob Purkey's four-hit pitching as
the Cincinnati Reds whipped the
Los Angeles Dodgers 7-2 last night.
A double by Pete Rose, singles
by Queen and Vada Pinson and a
double by Frank Robinson pro-
duced three runs. Bob Reed, who
replaced Moeller, forced in an-
other run by issuing a bases-
loaded walk to Boros.
Major. League
Stadings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 69 43 .616 -
Chicago 67 44 .604 11
New York 65 43 .602 2
LosAngeles , 59 56 .513 1114
Detroit 58 57 .504 1212
Minnesota 54 59 .478 15Y2
Boston 53 60 .469 16/
Cleveland 53 60 .469 161/
Washington 44 72 .379 27
Kansas City 42 70 .375 27
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Los Angeles (n)
Washington at Kansis City (n)
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Baltimore (n)
Chicago at New York (2-dn)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 65 43 .602 -
San Francisco 64 48 .571 3
Cincinnati 62 51 .549 5'2
Pittsburgh 59 50 .541 62
St. Louis 59 52 .532 712
Milwaukee 56 54 .509 10
Los Angeles 55 55 .500 11
Chicago 52 57 .477 13Y2
Houston 48 66 .421 20
New York 34 78 .304 33
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS-
St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1
Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 2
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
Philadelphia at Chicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
Houston at Milwaukee (n)
San Francisco at St. Louis (n)

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