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LOST AND FOUND PERSONAL
LOST - Eternamatic wristwatch. Re- A BELATED HAPPY BIRTHDAY
ward. Call 663-1511, x444 or x566. A13 TO AUDREY
TRANSPORTATION DEAR BEET, how'd you like to come
to Amherst this fall? It would be
great. . . It would be my pleasure,
NOTICE! and yours too. See you soon.
For Airport Limousine Service call 663- Pete F
8300. To Metropolitan $4.00. To Willow
Run $2,50. Metro round trip $7.00. 01 GENERATION MAGAZINE
reminds its friends and moneyed
supporters of its first event of the
year: a poetry reading at the Pretzel
ECON--C A RBell in konor (?) of its editor's
ECUN-O-CA " ,, J' R Nativity. August 28 - NO CRITICS
ALLOWED UNDER PAIN OF RAZZ-
RENT A COMPACT CAR BERRIES.
--John Barton Wolgamot F
WITHHOLD CREDITS are being placed
$on unpaid bills at The Michigan
Daily. Therefore, if you owe us money,
per 12 hr. period plus send remittance as soon as possible,
to 420 Maynard St.
pennies per mile Thank You F
ECON-C-CAR THANKS are in order for Syd, Ruth,
Audrie, Mr. Mattson, Cy, Kermit,
of ANN ARBOR Brad, Don, Lauren and Ken for their
infinite patience, assistance, and con-
341 E..Huron NO 3-2033 tinual good humor this summer.
i.THANKS TOO are in order for Pete
who made my summer infinitely
' CAlung Syd___
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
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514 E. Washington
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Move Truck Rental System
202 W. Washington St.
$8 For 24 Hours
Plus 8c per mire
All rates include gas, oil
and necessary insurance
From Friday Noon
Until Monday Noon
$3.50 Per Day
Plus 8c per mile
Call NO 3-4156
514 E. Washington St.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1964 VESPA G.S. Cost $550. For $450,
will include windshield and helmet
with face shield. Call 665-5027 after 6.
YOU meet the nicest people on a
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Ann Arbor. 1906 Packard Rd. 665-
NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALES
Triumph, lamaha, BMW
224 S. First St. 662-7409
MOBILE HOME-1960tDetroiter, 10x55,
2 bdrm. 662-3976 after 6. B16
1959 VAN DYKE 40x10 mobile home, 2
bdrms., front kitchen. Complete as
on lot. Lot 58, Woodside Park, 6564
E. Michigan, Saline, Mich. B14
MODERN COUCH and chair. Good buy
for students. 662-6088. B15
SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriter,
good cond. Best offer. 663-7541, Ext.
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.
Must have car
CAMPUS-Graduate Students Room in
private home. Olivia Ave. 665-2425.
SECRETARY WANTS roommate to
share furnished apt. near campus.
Call X 3416. After 5, 662-3763. C59
COLUMBUS, Ohio (A) - Gary
Bradds, Ohio State's All-America
center, denied last night that he
has signed a contract with the
Baltimore Bullets of the National
Speculation over the chance of
a signing arose when it was learn
ed Bradds had resigned a teaching
job he accepted last Saturday,
Bradds said last night that he
had resigned .the job but denied
signing with the Bullets, which
had selected him as their No. 1
Bradds said he resigned the
physical education instructor's post
at Ferguson Junior High School
in Greene County ,"because I
wasn't sure what I was going to
do and I didn't want to hold them
school officials up."
Hit by Ball
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (P) -
Detroit relief pitcher Fred Glad-
ding was hit on the head by a
flyball as he ran in the outfield
before last night's game between
the Tigers and Minnesota Twins.
The ball, hit by Bill Bruton,'
struck .Gladding on the forehead
and bounced over the fence. He
was hospitalized overnight but a
preliminary examination indicat-
ed no serious injury to the pitch-
CHICAGO (R) - The m
leagues ini joint meeting appro
yesterday cutting in the fi
place teams in for a share of
World Series money pool.
The fifth-place clubs will si
equally 2 per cent off the toi
the pool, effective this year.
cording to the receipts of
1963 World Series, this Wo
amount to approximately $300
each of the players on the fif
place teams and would cut
off the series check of each of
players of the top eight teams.
The major league executives
so discussed the possibility o
free agent draft. But the ma
did not reach a vote or any c
elusion and indications were I
the 20 clubs would rather am
the present first-year draft :
than go into the 'free agent se1
which would be similar to t
employed by professional footba
Commissioner Ford Fricks
there was no discussion on
possibility of shifting any fr
chises at the meeting beca
"franchise transfers are stric
a matter to be taken up by
The National and Ameri
Leagues also approved a resc
tion by baseball's Executive CoL
cil that Frick remain as cc
missioner through the 1965 Wo
ROOMMATE WANTED-To share mod-
TAPE RECORDER, $75, Camp stove, ern apt. at Huron Arms with one
$10. 668-7333. B other girl. Phone 663-5372. 061
Whenever you need the services of,
a DRUG STORE, remember
THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 So. University
Open 9 to 9
Make Repairs, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. STATE
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGUOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
The each o t
the market-it's the
newest idea in low-
cost, high-fun trans-
Worth its weight
in pleasure and eas-
ier to ride than a
Honda of Ann Arbor
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Grad. students inquire about penny
master and our offset process. Pro-
fessional Service Associates, 665-8184.
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medical, legal, technical conferences,
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Meet the Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established, techniques of personality
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introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a i.,
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Block, brown, loden,
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FOR GRADUATE or senior male-a
quiet, pleasant single room in a pri-
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occupancy. 668-6551. s62
FEMALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Very
modern comfortable apt. Reasonable.
Close to campus. Call after 5, 663-
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. 056
3RD GIRL NEEDED for large2-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
All sizes and prices
Excellent locations on Campus,
fall rental. Furnished. New and
remodeled. Two, three and four
RENT NOW FOR FALL!
Make your reservations now
by calling ...
PATRICK J. PULTE, Inc.
Property Management & Development
Eight room house near Women's
Pool, furnished, 3 or 4 bedrooms,
separate study area. Ideal for 6 or,
more students or nurses.
337 E. Huron, Open days, Eves. 7-9
Modern, furnished, air-conditioned
apts. Starting at $185. Also avail-
able, a few at $165. Contact
663-0511 days 663-7926 eves.
For male graduates. 2 apts., 1 down
with 4 rooms, and 1 up with 3 rooms.
All furnished. 663-1460. Available
Aug. 10. 051
Several remodeled one or two bed-
room furnished apts. available for
Fall occupancy. 665-0234 after 5. C29
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
ward, Pizarro. Heroes.
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319 W. Huron
every 15 Minutes
if you still
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hope, you may still
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It comes out on
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AVAILABLE FOR FALL
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ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS
EXCLUSIVE CAMPUS LOCATION
721 S. FOREST
Fall occupancy-I and 2 bedroom fur.
nished and unfurnished apartment.
Free parking. Apply manager, 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. only. 0210
Nearly new, modern, furnished two-
bedroom apartment. Ceramic tile
bath, disposal, student desks,- cov-
Also .,one, two and three bedroom
modern, furnished apartments in
other campus and hospital loca-
337 E. Huron, Open days, eves. 7-9
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Pitcher Juan Pi-
zarro hit a three-run homer and
won his 15th game of the season
last night as the Chicago White
Sox whacked the New York Yan-
The victory completed a sweep
of the day-night doubleheader for
Chicago which won the day game
6-4 behind Pete Ward's 17th home
Ward, who had six hits in the
doubleheader, and Pizarro were
the key stars of the sweep, vault-
ing the White Sox 2% games in
front of the staggering, third-
place Yankees, who lost their fifth
game in the last six starts against
the Orioles and White Sox. The
victories were Chicago's first this
season after 10 losses to New
Pizarro, who has lost six games:
fired a five-hitter and became the
winningest pitcher in the Ameri-
can League. His three-run homer
capped a five-run White Sox up-
rising in the sixth inning that
wrapped up the night game.
* * *
CHICAGO - JohnnY Callison'E
grand slam homer in the sixth in-
ning and three doubles by Frank
Thomas powered the National
League-leading Philadelphia Phil-
lies to a 13-5 victory over the
Chicago Cubs yesterday.
Callison's slam, the first for the.
Phillies this year, capped a five-
run rally which was touched off
by Gus Triandos' fourth homer
and overcame a 5-4 Chicago lead.
Thomas, acquired from the New
York Mets last week, doubled
home two runs in the second and
another in the third, giving the
Phils a 3-0 lead.
* * *
BALTIMORE - Boog Powell's
30th homer, a two-run opposite
field blast in the seventh, broke
a 6-6 tie and powered the Ameri-
can League leading Baltimore Ori-
oles to an 8-7 victory over the
Boston Red Sox last night.
The come-from-behind triumph
enabled the Orioles to maintain
a one-game adge over the Chicago
White Sox, who swept a day-
night doubleheader from New
York. The Yankees are 3% games
off the pace.
Powell's homer, on a two-out,
1-2 pitch from ace Boston reliever
Dick Radatz, was the third two-
run homer of the game for the
Rookie Sam Bowens connected
in the fourth to put Baltimore
ahead 3-2 and Brooks Robinson
slugged one in the sixth as the
Orioles tied the score 6-6.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Rookie Tony Oliva slammed an
0-2 pitch for his 26th homer in
the seventh inning helping the
Vinnesota Twins to a 5-3 vic-
tory over the Detroit Tigers last
The victory snapped a seven--
game winning streak by the Ti-
gers. Hank Aguirre who had check-
ed the Twins on five hits until
Oliva's solo homer lost it.
* * -
MILWAUKEE - Hank Aaron
drove in five runs with his 19th
and 20th home runs, leading the
Milwaukee Braves to an uphill 9-
6 victory over Houston last night
after the Colts had knocked out
Warren Spahn for the 14th time
in his last 15 starts.
Spahn, making his first start
since July 26, was lifted after
Walt Bond's two-run homer in the
fifth gave the Colts a 5-3 lead.
The Braves southpaw great, whg
had been working in relief re-
cently, saw his earned run aver-
age balloon to 5.50.
* * *
KANSAS CITY-Jim King and
Don Lock smashed home runs and
Claude Osteen posted his 11th vic-
tory last night as the Washing-
ton Senators handed the Kansas
City Athletics their sixth straight
slammed a homer, triple and dou-
ble and Deron Johnson chipped in
with a homer, powering the Cin
cinnati Reds to a 4-2 victory ove
the Los Angeles Dodgers last night.
With the heavy hitting support
by Robinson and Johnson, Joey
Jay brought his record to 8-8 by
checking the Dodgers on seven
hits. Jay struck out 13.
The Dodgers took the lead in the
second inning when singles by
John Roseboro, Nate Oliver and
Maury Wills produced two runs.
Robinson hit his 21st homer in
the Reds' half of the inning and
tripled off the center field wall in
the fourth. Johnson followed that
with his 16th homer.
* * *
PITTSBURGH, - Fank Elliot
drove in two runs with a home
run and a single as the New York
Mets beat Pittsburgh right-hander
Bob Friend for the first time in
their three-year history 3-2 last
The game was called by rain
after 7% innings.
Friend had never lost a game
to the Mets and owned a 12-0
career mark and 4-0 season mark
against them until the defeat,
which gave him a season record
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Two-run homers by
Orlando Cepeda and Willie Mays
carried the San Francisco Giants
to a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals last night.
Harvey Kuenn, who led off all
three San Francisco scoring in-
nings with doubles and scored each
time, opened the game with a
two-bagger off loser Curt Sim-
Kuenn came home on Hal Lan-
ier's single and Cepeda followed
with an opposite field homer, his
20th, to the right field roof.
2 0th, to the right field roof,
Major League Standings
W L Pet.
Philadelphia 66 43 .606
San Francisco 65 48 .576
Cin~einiti Al 1 _55
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