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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Oars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington

ANNOUNCING
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202 W. Washington St.
Ann Arbor
Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans

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USED CARS

NO I"l1
.r A 'rt Iimmwine Service call 663-
840. Tn Metropoliton $4.00. To Willow
Run $2 '0. Metra round trip $7.00. G1
ECON-O CAR
, NT A COMPACT CAR
$3.99
per 12 hr. period plus
pennies per mile
ECON-O-CARI
of ANN ARBOR

REMEMBER the name JEANNE-
You may be glad you did!
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(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-
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bhe 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.,
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INTRODUCTION SERVIOE

RENT-A-CAR
$8 For 24 Hours
Plus 8c per mile
All rates include gas, oil
and necessary insurance
SPECIAL
Week-End Rate
From Friday Noon
Until Monday Noon
$3.50 Per Day
Plus 8c per mile
RENT-a-CAR
Call NO 3-4156
514 E. Washington St.

VW-One owner, garaged, 23,000 real
miles. Ex. cond. $950. NO 2-0683. N12
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condition, $1695. NO 3-8670. N13
1963 MG-B, 10,000 miles, blue, wire
wheels, great condition, warranty still
effective. $2150. Call 663-0423. N11
1960 MG-A white convertible, NO 5-
3373. Best offer accepted. N10
'61 OR '56 RAMBLER Classic, 4 door
sedans. Both excel. cond. Best offer.
Call Debora at Univ. X 86-461 or
HA 6-8171. N9
MERCURY station wagon, 1957, in ex-
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considered. NO 3-9478.N8
FOR RENT
CAMPUS APTS.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL
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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland --
Tony Lema stuck his beloved
wedge back in the bag and said
goodbye to it today.
The 30-year-old American pro
went in the second round of the
72 hole British Open Golf Cham-
pionship two shots off the pace.
But his 73 yesterday behind 71's
shot by Christy O'Connor of Ire-
land and Jean Garaialde of
France, made everybody around
the par 72, 6,926-yard Old Course
stand up and take notice.
It was done in a 62-mile an
hour wind which destroyed most
of the 120 competitors, includ-
ing Jack Nicklaus, the favorite,
who fought to get a 76.
Lema, having seen the Old
Course only once and that was the
day before, shifted his entire game
en route. One of the greatest
wedge players in the game, Lema
decided the seaside wind was too
horrible to contemplate for a fly-
ing wedge shot aimed at the pin.
S"I took a really big chance," he
said. "I put the wedge back in
the bag and said goodbye. In-
stead, I took a seven iron and ran
the ball to the hole."
This was a lesson it took Bobby
Jones something like five pears to
learn.
Lema learned it in one blustery
morning.
"I play wedges to the pin all
the timer" he said. "But here I
had to take another look at that
way of playing a shot. It does not
work. So I started hitting seven
irons with a pitch and run. Sev-
eral times I hit my wedge and
hit it well, but it was not the
shot to play, so I had to drop it."
VIENNA - The International
Lawn Tennis Federation again
turned down yesterday proposals
to open amateur tennis tourna-
ments to professional players.
Two British proposals, backed
by France and other countries, for
admission of professionals to ama-
teur events in general and to the
1965 and 1966 Wimbledon tourn-
aments on an experimental bas-
is, were defeated by a majority
of the federation's annual con-
gress led by the United States
and Australia.
The Congress also threatened
sanctions against countries refus-
ing to play others for political rea-
sons.
At this year's Wimbledon tour-
nament Russian and Hungarian
players pulled out of matches with
South Africans as a protest against
South Africa's apartheid policies.
The federation also decided to
ask the International Olympic
Committee to restore tennis to
the Olympic program and to seek
admission in time for the 1968
Games at Mexico City.
* * *
WASHINGTON-The Washing-
ton Redskins obtained defensive
back Tommy Neck yesterday from
the Chicago Bears for an undis-
closed draft choice.
Neck, who was captain of Loui-
siana State University's famed
Chinese Bandit defensive unit in
1961, saw part-time duty with the
Bears in 1962 but was out all
last season with an injury. He is
5-foot-11 and 190 pounds.
* * *
CINCINNATI-The president of
Crosley Broadcasting Corp. said

yesterday his firm is interested in
buying the Cincinnati Royals of
the National Basketball Associa-
tion.
John Murphy, Crosley president,
said he had conveyed his firm's
interest to Ambrose Lindhorst, a
local attorney representing con-
cessionaire Lou Jacobs of Buffa-
10 who has a controlling interest
in the team.
NEW YORK-Harvard's bid for
its first Olympic rowing berth and
California's ambitions for a fourth
chance appeared headed for a Sat-
urday showdown after the first
trial heats yesterday at the Or-
chard Beach lagoon.
Both Harvard and California
maintained their unbeaten status
by winning handily. They qualified
for Friday's semifinals.
However a strong entry from
the Vesper Boat Club of Philadel-
phia also appeared a sturdy chal-
lenger to both college eights and
the revamped Yale crew also
fought its way into the semis.

The four crews will be joined
by four more after today's repe-
ahage or second chance heats. Only
the winners of each of the four
repechages will go to the eight-
crew semis.
* * *
NEWPORT, R.I. - American
Eagle, unbeaten in eight yacht
races, goes after its second vic-
tory today in the observation
trials for America's Cup defense
candidates.
American Eagle, one of two new
12-meter yachts built for the de-
fense, was scheduled to take on
Easterner in the second day of the
trials on Rhode Island Sound.
Eagle scored an easy victory
Thursday over Columbia, skippered
by Walter Podolak of Newport
Beach, Calif. Constellation defeat-
ed Easterner in the other race.
INTRAMURAL SCORES
Education 5, Econoinics 4
AFIT 6, Gashers 4
Engineering Mech. 3, Psychology 0
Misfits 1, Conger House 0

Giants, Cubs Split;
Pirates Defeat Reds

341 E. Huron

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Willie Mays slam-
med a three-run homer as the
San Francisco Giants ended their,
longest losing streak of the sea-1
son at four games by belting the
Chicago Cubs 7-2 in the second
game of a doubleheader called
after seven innings because of
darkness.
Major League
Standings
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Chicago
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GIRL WANTED to share-Large modern
furnished apt. for summer. Only $40
per mo. Call NO 8-8161. C23
FURNISHED 4-bedroom house, Parkard
near Wells. Two baths. Male grad
students preferred. $220/month, avail-
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EXCLUSIVE CAMPUS LOCATION
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YESTERDAY'SRESULTS
No games scheduledG E
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Cleveland (2, t-n)
New York at Washington (n)
Minnesota at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Detroit (n)
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 47 28 .627 -
San Francisco 48 32 .600 1%
Cincinnati 42 36 .539 6 z
Pittsburgh 41 35 .539 6q
Los Angeles 38 39 .494 10
St. Louis 39 40 .494 10
Chicago 37 39 .487 10%
Milwaukee 38 40 .487 102
Houston 37 43 .463 12Y
New York 23 58 .284 33
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2-2, San Francisco 0-7 (2nd
game 7 inn., darkness)
Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 1
St. Louis at Philadelphia (rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago
Gbincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
St. Louis at New York (n)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (n)
Los Angeles at Houston (n)

The Cubs won the opener 2-0 on
Bob Buhl's four-hit pitching be-
fore the largest crowd of the
season at Wrigley Field-30,156.
The split kept the second-place
Giants 1/2 games back of the
National League leading Philadel-
phia Phillies, whose game with St.
Louis was rained out.
Mays' homer in the second in-
ning of the nightcap gave him a
league-leading total of 24 homers
and 58 runs batted in.
Overcast skies hastened dusk in
lightless Wrigley Field, but not
before the Giants struck for five
runs and six hits in the first
two innings against Ernie Broglio.
Ron Herbel, now 7-4, got the vic-
tory. Broglio is 3-9.
In the opener, Buhl benefited
from a 10-hit Cub attack that in-
cluded a homer, double and single
by Billy Williams, who had been
in a prolonged slump. The Cubs
first run off Bob Hendley came
across in the first on Joe Amal-
fitano's double, a sacrifice and
Ron Santo's single.
PITTSBURGH-Home runs by
Manny Mota and Willie Stargell
triggered a Pittsburgh offensive
barrage that carried the Pirates to
a 9-1 walloping of Cincinnati last
night.
While the Pirates were lashing
12 hits, Bob Veale and Al Mc-
Bean held the Reds to four.
Mota started the scoring by hit-
ting his fourth homer, with a man
on in the first inning off Jim
Maloney.
Stargell's shot, his 12th, also was
off Maloney, with two men on in
the sixth.
The Reds loaded the bases on a
single and walk with two out in
the second inning but Veale struck
out Maloney to end the threat.
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