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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, Y 8, 1964

PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JULY 8.1964

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Call Classified between 1:00 and 2:30 Mon
Phone NO 2-4786

. thru Fri.

ROOM AND BOARD
ROARIT)NG FOR MEN-Friends Center
Inin'l. Co-op, 1416 Hill St. Summer
$10. 4 hrs. work required. Call 3-3856
or 2-9890 El
LOST AND FOUND
$25 REWARD for recovery of lost man-
uscript. Topic: Bowen, Welty, and
.Croce, Collingwood. Approximately
200 pages on legal bond. Call Daily,
2-3241. A2
LOST:
SIMMER flATLY STAFF MEMBER
Can be easily identified by
rapturnus look and swinging gait.
reward: An interesting summer
Please Return to
420 Maynard Street
PIJOTO SUPPLIES
,MEGA ENLARGER - Autofocus B3
with 2 Kodak Ektar lenses, neg. car-'
Tiers, easel, condensers. $160. D. Lam-
bert, 548 S. State. D
'FED GRAPHIC - W/Holders, Nikor
tank rollback, pack adpt., aces., case.
85, NO 3-1163. D
PERSONAL
;ERE ARE EXACTLY 142 MORE
SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRIST-
MAS. The smart shopper remembers
those who mean a lot to him with a
gift that means something. Why don't
you remember your loved ones with a
Gift Subscription to THE MICHIGAN
DAILY? For the rest of the summer
only $1.50 ($2.00 mailed). F

We sell Liquor, Beer & Wine
THE VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 So. University
Ann Arbor Open 9 to 9

FOR SALE
USED FURNITURE - Couches, refrig.,
desk, chairs, tables and many other
household items. NO 8-6494 or NO 3-
3395. B3
HELP WANTED
GIRLS NEED judo instruction. Phone
665-9761, X211. H6
20-25 YR. OLD GIRL to live with handi-
capped college student. $50/week. MA
6-5298 or 665-0547. H4
SALES POSITION
AVAILABLE
High starting salary plus commis-
sions, in an industry with a future.
Training program and fringe bene-
fits.
Write C. B. Gould, P. O. Box 127,
Flint, Michigan.
WKES AND SCOOTERS
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NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALES
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Scooter Repairs
224 S. First St. 662-7409
CAR SErVICE, ACCESSORIES
ANNOUNCING
Whit's Truck Rental
202 W. Washington St.
Ann Arbor
Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans
USED CARS
'63 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE Impala 327
cu. in. Standard shift. Aqua with
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speakers and heater. NO 3-0338 after
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1963 MG-B, 10,000 miles, blue, wire
wheels, great condition, warranty still
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'61 OR '56 RAMBLER Classic, 4 door
sedans. Both excel. cond. Best offer.
Call Debora at Univ. X 86-461 or
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SPORTS CAR SALE
1960 Alpha-Romeo '2000 Road.
1960 TR-3 Roadster, BRG, nice
1961 Austin-Healey Sprite, Red
1960 MG-A '1600 Roads;er, Blue
1960 Karnmann Ghia Coupe, Black
1962 Renault Dauphine, 4-speed
1963 Jaguar 3.8 Sedan, Auto.
All Cars Guaranteed
FINANCING AVAILABLE
OVERSEAS IMPORTED CARS, INC.
331 S. Fourth Ave.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
N7

FOR RENT
CAMPUS APTS.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
2, 3, & 4 man apts., modern, fur-
nished, featuring split level design.
Call NO 3-8866. C22
GRADUATE WANTED to share moderns
apartment with 3 giils this fall. 404
N. Thayer. 665-4342. C18
NEAR CAMPUS - Furnished for 3-5.
Grad students preferred. Call 663-
0337. C21
GIRL WANTS ROOMMATE to share
campus apt. for fall. NO 2-7075 after
5. C19
ROOM FOR RENT for female, $15.50
per week. 725 S. Division. Use of all
facilities-i.e kitchen, washer-dryer.
Call NO 2-2875. C20
TWO BDRM. APARTMENTS
FOR FALL
Large, luxurious, modern
some air-conditioned
start at $185
APARTMENTS LIMITED
530 S. Forest
663-0511
C24
FURNISHED
ROOMS
For men students, near campus.
Lobby with TV and snack facilities.
$6 and $8. 8-9593. C6
GIRL WANTED to share-Large modern
furnished apt, for summer. Only $40
per mo. Call NO 8-8161. C23
FLIRNISIJED 4-bedroom house, Parkard
near Wells. Two baths. Male grad
students preferred. $220/month, avail-
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EXCLIJSIVE CAMPUS LOCATION
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end of July 24. Will share driving and
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NOTICE I
For Airport Limousine Service call 663-
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Run $2,50. Metro round trip $7.00. G1

NEW YORK (P) -- "He's beat
us enough. I figured he owed me
something."
That was Manager Walter Al-
ston's reaction to the three-run
homer that Johnny Callison of
the league-leading Philadephia
Phillies hit in the ninth inning of
yesterday's All-Star Game for a
7-4 National League victory.
Alston chose Callison as an ex-
tra man beyond the vote of the
players, coaches and managers be-
cause of the outfielder's hitting
against his Los Angeles Dodgers.
Callison may not hit everybody
like he hits us," said Alston. "But
I know one thing. He wears us
out."
By an odd coincidence the
homer beat Al Lopez, the Ameri-
can League manager who used to
be Callison's boss with the Chicago
White Sox.
No Grudge
Callison wasn't harboring any
grudge against Lopez for the trade
that sent him to the Phils in 1959.
"You hit .170 and they don't
keep you too long," he observed.
It took the National League 31
years to catch up with the Ameri-
can, which led 12-4 after the 1949
All-Star Game. Finally, they have
squared the series at 17-17-1.
Dick Radatz, the monster of the
Boston Red Sox bullpen who
threw the home run ball to Cal-
lison said, "I thought maybe he
was a low ball hitter so I thought
I'd try him high."
The pitch came in waist high
and Callison slammed it over the
right field wall.
Going to the bottom of the
ninth, Radatz had been in com-
plete control of the Nationals,
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 48 28 .632 -
Chicago 44 30 .595 3
New York 45 31 .592 3
Minnesota 43 37 .538 7
Detroit 38 39 .49411/
Boston 38 41 .481 11%2
LostAngeles 37 44 .457 132
Cleveland 34 42 .447 14.
Kansas City 31 47 .397 18
Washington 32 51 .386 19/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League All-Stars 7, Amen-
can League All-Stars 4
TODAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled

striking out four men in two per-
fect innings of relief work.
Cepeda Breaks Ice
Willie Mays of the San Fran-
cisco Giants worked the 6-foot-5
fast-baller for a walk and stole
second. Orlando Cepeda, another
Giant, who had gone hitless in 20
previous All-Star trips, blooped a
single into short right.
When Joe Pepitone of the New
York Yankees picked up the ball
in short right and threw wildly
to the plate, Mays scored the tying
run. Pepitone's throw bounced
high over Elston Howard's head for
an error.
Radatz got Ken Boyer of St.
Louis on an infield pop and then
walked Johnny Edwards of Cin-
cinnati intentionally. Once again
the big boy bore down and poured
a third strike past pinch hitter
Hank Aaron of Milwaukee. Many
in the crowd of 50,850 at Shea
Stadium booed when Aaron was
sent up to hit for Ron Hunt, the
New York Mets' favorite.
Orange Seats
Callison, who came into the
game as a pinch hitter in the
fifth, then slammed Radatz' first
pitch over the right field wall
into the orange seats in the lower
stands.
It was an exciting seesaw game,
with the American opening up
with a run in the first, only to
have the National grab the lead
in the fourth on home runs by
Billy Williams of Chicago and
Boyer off John Wyatt, the Kansas
City relief specialist. The National
widened the lead to 3-1 in the
fifth on a single by Roberto Cle-
mente of Pittsburgh and a double
by Dick Groat of the Cardinals.
A two-run triple by Brooks
Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles,
following singles by Mickey Mantle
of the Yanks and Harmon Kille-
brew of Minnesota, tied the score
at 3-3 in the sixth.
Rocky Delivers
Rocky Colavito, an 11th-hour
sub for- the injured Al Kaline,
came through with a double in
the seventh inning afterHoward
was hit by a Dick Farrell pitch.
Jim Fregosi of Los Angeles, who
scored the first run of the game,
drove in Howard with a sacrifice
fly to Mays.
With Radatz, fourth American
League pitcher, humming that fast
ball past the National Leaguers,
the 4-3 lead looked safe going into
the ninth.
Then it happened. A walk to
Mays and a sixth stolen base for
an All-Star record by the incom-
parable Willie and the tying run
was on second. Cepeda's blooper
hit to right which right fielder
Colavito, Bobby Richardson and
Pepitone all hesitated momentar-
SOFTBALL SCORES
Dents 13, Bio-Chemistry 4
Adams 1, U. Hospital 0 (forfeit)

ily on, and which was finally pick-
ed up by first baseman Pepitone
who threw wildly to teammate
Howard standing at home allow-
ing Mays to score.
It was a tough break for the
Yankee first baseman, whose error
on a thrown ball helped the Los
Angeles Dodgers make it four
straight over New York last Oc-
tober in the World Series.
Marichal Winner
Juan Marichal of the Giants,
fifth National League Pitcher who
retired the Americans in order in
the ninth, was the winner and'
Radatz was the loser.
Alston said it was amazing how
enthusiastic the players were in
this All-Star Game, the proceeds
Havliceh Has
Knee Surgery
BOSTON (P)---John Havlicek of
the Boston Celtics was reported in
good condition after undergoing'
surgery for torn cartilege in his
right knee yesterday at Massa-
chusetts Memorial Hospital.

from which go into the player pen-
sion fund.
The Americans had opened up
with a lead in the first on a
single by Fregosi, a passed ball
by Joe Torre of Milwaukee and
the first of three singles by Kille-
brew. Dean Chance of the Los
Angeles Angels left after three
innings with a 1-0 lead.
Wyatt quickly lost it on the,
homers by Williams and Boyer.
Al Lopez, manager of the Amer-
ican League, said the game re-
minded him "too much" of the
game in Milwaukee in 1955-
which he also managed and lost.
No Blame
Lopez said Richardson was play-
ing close to second base and no-
body had a chance to get Cepeda's
base hit in .the ninth. He said
Pepitone's throw was good but it
made a bad hop.
"The key to the game was the
walk to Mays in the ninth," said
Lopez. "He went to 2-2 on him,
then 3-2 and finally lost him. I
liked the way Radatz came back
and pitched so well to Aaron."
Radatz said he threw a high fast
ball to Callison in the ninth be-

cause the Phillie outfielder hit a
long fly off him on a low pitch
in the seventh.
After Don Drysdale of the Dod-
gers opened for the National, Jim
Bunning, the Phils' perfect game
pitcher, Chris Short of the Phils,
Dick Farrell of Houston and Mari-
chal followed in order.
The Americans opened with
Chance and then came in with
Wyatt, Camilo Pascual of Min-
nesota and Radatz.
The Nationals used 20 of their
25 players and the Americans used
only 17.

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Ann Arbor-NO 3-0507

-Associated Press
NATIONAL LEAGUE HEROES Willie Mays (left) of San Francisco, winning pitcher Juan Mari-
cahl (center) of San Francisco, and Johnny Callison of Philadelphia get together in the dressing
room after Callison's three-run ninth inning homer off Boston's Dick Raditz gave the National League
a 7-4 victory in yesterday's All-Star game at the New York Met's Shea Stadium. Mays earlier in the
ninth tied the score when he walked, stole second and scored on a throwing error by the Yankee's Joe
Pepitone.

RETEIVE SUMMER School boredom
(among other things), join the GAR-
GOYLE staff and spend many fun
filled days. No talent necessary (we
don't want the rest of the staff to
feel inferior). Apply at the Student
Publications Building, or call NO 3-
7604. F
MISCELLANEOUS
ON A HOT DAY STAY COOL!
cold watermelons
cold pop
fresh fruit

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Philadelphia 47 28 .627
San Francisco 47 31 .603
Cincinnati 42 35 .545
Pittsburgh 40 35 .535
Los Angeles 38 39 .494
St. Louis 39 40 .494
Milwaukee 38 40 .487
Chicago 36 38 .486
Houston 37 43 .463
New York 23 58 .284
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago (2)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (n)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (n)
only games scheduled

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10
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Havlicek suffered the injury in
State Department tour of Africa
few weeks ago,

Havlicek is expected to be re-
leased from the hospital about
Monday. He will return to Boston
from his Ohio home in two weeks
when doctors will examine the
knee to determine the success of
the operation.

RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
always open till midnight

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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, ANT) BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUl['SA MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
Meet the Right People
l'he 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.mn,
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
BARGAIN CORNER

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SALE!

SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"WHITE LEVI'S-'
SLIM FITS
4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black, brown, loden,
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SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington{

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VOL Dealer
Sales, Service & Parts
HERB ESTES
AUTOMART
319 W. Huron
665-3688

TIGER BASEBALL!
DAY GAMES
ON
XWAVIpG 1050.

July Clearance of broken assortments of Spring
and Summer merchandise. Every item is from
regular stock and strictly Redwood &Ross
authentically styled and guaranteed quality.
SUITS
Dacron polyester and Wor-
Group I steds, plaids, plains, natural 490(
shoulder, wonderful values!

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Smart co-eds do all their banking at Ann Arbor Bank.
Three conveniently located campus offices eliminate all
that unnecessary running around. Why not do your
banking at Ann Arbor Bank? You'll have more time to
just sit and relax . . . sit and relax . . . sit and relax

Rossline premium quality Dac-
Group 11 ron polyester and worsteds,
custom grade.
Dacron polyester and cotton
Group III poplins and other wash 'n
wear fabrics.

5900
3900

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India Madras, Seersucker and
Dacron polyester cotton blends,
ideal for summer.

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