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Working schedule will be arranged to
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sary,
Salary offered-$50per week.
Call Mr. Miller,, am. to 2 p.m.,
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FOR SALE
BARGAINS! Moving, must sell clean,
well-running Norge refrig., $30, Ken-
more auto, washer $35. NO 3-7982.
B19
G.E. UPRIGHT vacuum cleaner-nearly
new. Call NO 2-7206 before 8 P.M.
Ask for Mrs. Cruse. B18
FOR SALE - Columbia Stereophonic
Record Player. Reasonable. Call NO
3-0302. BO
RUGS, NEVER USED--9x12 $25; also
matching pair larger sizes. G. E. Vac.
$15. Call NO 2-9894. B10
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY on
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FOR RENT
APT. FOR graduate man, 2 room unit,
cooking, low rent. Near corner of
State and Packard St. Call NO 2-0521
or inquire 917 Mary St. C16
REDECORATED APARTMENTS
Close to campus modernly furnished
I or 2 bedrooms Girls preferred. Call
NO 3-7268. C15
APARTMENTS LIMITED. Call Karl D.
Malcolm, Jr., Realtor. NO 3-0511. C31
ONE RM. STUDIO for single woman;
in sorority area off Washtenaw. Well
furnished, with complete community
kitchen. NO 2-6987. 014
Campus Apts.
Furnished 2, 3. 4 person apts. for Fall.
$90-$180 with or without utilties.
Call NO 5-9405. C13
Summer Rates
Furnished apts. from $60 up. -NO
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NEW two bedroom apartment units now
being completed on South Forest for
Sept. occupancy. For appoint. to see,
call Karl D. Malcolm, Jr. Realtor
NO 3-0511. C2
STUDIO APARTMENTS
$108 and $111
September Occupancy
HURON TOWERS APTS.
2200 Fuller Road
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WANTED-Roommate(s), female, pre-
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8337 after 12:15 p.m. F27
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porters. 504 First National Bank Bldg.
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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Female to share expenses
and driving to Southern California.
For info. call NO 3-2783. G9
WANTED-Rider to New York City Aug.
20, 21, 22, Share expenses. NO 2-3728
after 6. G6
CALL NO '3-4156

NEW YORK A)--A sudden in-
flux of top-drawer performers in
sports other than college football
has invaded the training camps of
American and National Football
League teams this year.
The jury still is out as to
whether these non-football heroes
can make it.
The two biggest names are
Frank Budd, former Villanova
sprint star who shares the world
record of 9.2 seconds for the 100-
yard dash, and John (Hondo)
Havlicek, the Ohio State basket-
ball star.
Budd is with the Philadelphia
Eagles, trying to make it as a
flanker back after having been an
all-state halfback for Asbury Park
(N.J.) High School before going
to Villanova.
Havlicek, who turned down luc-
rative professional basketball and
basebs'l offers, was an all-state
quarterback at Bridgeport, Ohio,
High School. Like Budd, he was
picked No. 7 in the last NFL draft.
He is being groomed as a defensive
back 'or possibly a flanker back by
the Cleveland Browns.
Will these two make it? Budd's
own coaches are at odds over his
chances. They admit to his great
speed but point out it takes more
than speed to get the job done in
the NFL. He must be able to take
the punishment of getting hit and
must know how to cope with the
savvy of opposing defensive backs.
He has yet to pass that test.
Coach Paul Brown has promised
Havlicek a long, hard look, and
feels he is big enough and strong
enough to make the pros. But
again, can he acquire the exper-
ience and know-how soon enough
to survive final squad cuts?
Another Cager
The same question was posed re-
cently by Houston Oilers coach
Frank (Pop) Ivy, in referring to
John Crnokrak, who was an out-
standing basketball player the
past three years at Loyola of Chi-
cago but did not play football be-
cause his college had no team.
Crnokrak, who helped Loyola to
a berth in the National Invitation
Tournament in New York this past
March, is big enough for the pros
at 6-foot-4, 221 pounds. He played
high school football in Gary, Ind.
Now he's trying to make it as a
linebacker with the Oilers.
Two other basketball players are
trying to catch on with the Dallas
Cowboys of the NFL, and one,
Cornell Green of Utah State Uni-
versity, may have clinched a strat-
ing defensive halfback post. He is
6-4, 210 pounds.
The other player is Charley
Sells, who was also a hurdler and
high jumper at Washington State.
He is 6-7, 220, and is trying to
hook on as an end.

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The basketball influence also ing job in Michigan, owner-coach
spread to a one-day trial by Tom George Halas said yesterday.
Gola, former LaSalle College All Tunnicliff, 6 feet 1 and 230
America who played with the pounds, is a former University of
Philadelphia Warriors of the Na- Michigan player. His hometown is
tional Basketball Association. He Ferndale. He was Michigan's first
tried out briefly as a defensive string fullback last fall.
halfback with the Eagles, report- * * *
edly in an attempt to land a job U.S. Wins Matches
that will keep him from joining MOSCOW-Two United States
the Warriors' new franchise in
San Francisco. But he gave up af- t'eams won first round mixed dou-
bles matches with relative ease
Ter one day, yesterday in the Moscow Inter-
Track stars, some with college national Tennis Tournament on
football backgrounds, are almost the Lenin Outdoor Courts.
as prevalent as All-America backs. Donna Floyd of Arlington, Va.,
Already established in the NFL are combined with Frank Froehling of
1960 olympians Ray Norton, with Coral Gables, Fla., for a 6-3, 6-1
San Francisco, and Glenn Davis, verdict over the Russian pair of
with Detroit, and the Los Angeles Maria Kull and Yaak Farmas. Bil-
Rams' Ollie Matson, of the 1952 li enMfito ogBah
Olympic team. Calif., and Donald Dell of Bethes-
Other Thinclads da, Md., polished off Tamara Ish-
The 49ers yesterday signed Ted utina and Anatoly Chugunov, also
Woods, 1960 NCAA 400-yard dash of Russia, 6-2, 6-3.
champion and a member of the None of the Americans played
Olympic team. Also on the 49ers in singles yesterday.
is Jim Johnson, whose brother * * . *
Rafer, was Olympic - decathalon McKinley Wins
champion and who was also draft- NEWPORT, R.I. - Top-seeded
ed by the 49ers, but declined. Jim Chuck McKinley was extended to
starred in track and football at three sets by South Africa's Cliff
UCLA. Drysdale before winning his first
Jerry Tarr, America's top hur- round match 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 yester-
dler is trying to make it with the day in the Newport Casino Invita-
Denver Broncos, after starring at tional Lawn Tennis Tournament.
Oregon as halfback. All of the other entries listed
Then there is Charlie Frazier, on the tournament's seeded sheet
a split end with the Houston Oil- copped their day's matches.
ers. He was a member of the quar- Allen Fox, Los Angeles, Calif.,
tet that sent a world 400-meter breezed by Pedro Bueno of Bra-
relay record a U.S.-U.S.S.R. meet zil 6-3, 6-3. Bill Bond, La Jolla,
in 1961 in Moscow. Calif., served booming ace after
Saturday To See Football's
Premier Pro Doubleheader
CLEVELAND (A') - Other club
owners stay cool to the idea of test with the Chicago Bears drew
pro football's first doubleheader, 51,076.
but Art Modell, owner of the "The other owners want to see
Cleveland Browns, has a 45,000 how it works out," Modell said
ticket sale as evidence fans are when asked whether any other
hot for the twin bill coming up at club intended to try the double-
the Stadium Saturday. header.
"It's the largest advance sale for "If the concensus is that it's un-
any pre-season game," Modell wise and shouldn't be done, we'll
said, "and with a good break in yield to their experience and judg-
the weather and the customary ment and not do it anymore," he
sale at the gate, we'll draw 70,000 said.
for an exhibition game record But in the year that has elapsed
here." since he first broached theidea
Detroit plays Dallas in the 6:30 of playing two football games on
p.m. opener; and the Browns meet one night to give fans "an unus-
the Pittsburgh Steelers in the ual value," Modell has had a grow-
second game. ing enthusiasm and diminishing
The largest previous exhibition misgivings about this pet project
game attendance here was in 1950, of his.
when the Browns were going into "Fans want to see the rookies-
their first season in the National and here's the chance to size up
Football League. A pre-season con- those on four clubs," he said. "It's

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1963

MICHIGAN-

ENS IAN
your campus
yearbook

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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

W
71
67
66
61
58
58
57
55
53
45

L
45
52
53
58
60
61
61
62
66
73

Pct.
.613
.564
.552
.512
.491
.488
.485
.470
.446
.381

GB
5/
8% 2
11%/
14
14/
15
16/2
192
26

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

LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
79 41 .660 -
77 42 .647 12
72 46 .610 6
66 50 .569 11
65 53 .551 13
63 56 .529 15V2
55 66 .455 241/2
43 76 .361 35Y
41 74 .357 354
30 87 .256 472

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 13-5, Baltimore 10-4
Chicago 9, Cleveland 0
New York 5, Minnesota 2
Boston 2, Los Angeles 1
Kansas City 6, Washington 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Detroit
Chicago at Cleveland (2, twi)
New York at Minnesota (n)
Washington at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Los Angeles (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 9, Chicago 2
Philadelphia 3, New York 1 (15 inn.)
Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 1
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (inc.)
St. Louis at Houston (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at New York (2)
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)
St. Louis at Houston (n)

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