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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1962

PAGE FOuR TUE MICUIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1962

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Major League.Standings

11

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

W
41
42
36
38
36
36
34
33
33
24

L
29
32
30
32
35
37
35
38
40
45

Pct.
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.562
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.551
.508
.493
.491
.451
.444
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1
3
5%
6
6%:
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16

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

W
48
47
42
41
38
35
33
31
27
19

L
27
27
31
31
31
37
39
40
48
50

Pct. GB
.640 -
.635 Y2
.569 5
.563 5'1/2
.551 7
.486 111i2
.443 131/2~
.449 15
.365 21
.279 26

Michigan Takes
Fisher Pitches Victory
Over. Japanese Players

World

Crown'

STATE LEGISLATORS:
Congratulate 'M' Team

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 5, New York 0
Detroit 6-1, Cleveland 0-3
Boston 2, Los Angeles 0
Baltimore 1, Chicago 0
Kansas City 2, Washington 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland atDDetroit
Minnesota at New York
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at Boston

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 5, New York 2
St. Louis 15, Chicago 3
Philadelphia 2-6, Houston 0-4
Cincinnati at San Francisco, inc.
Milwaukee at Los Angeles, inc.
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago (2)
Cincinnati at San Francisco
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
(Only games scheduled)

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(Continued from Page 1)
Dick Honig then singled in Fisher
for the game's deciding run.
Most Valuable Player
Fisher was selected as the tour-
ney's most valuable player, while
Jones' .467 batting average was
best for the M' team during the
series. Jones has been elected to
captain the team next year, suc-
ceeding senior Ed Hood.
Although college competition is
now over, theWolverines are look-
ing forward to eight or nine more
games. The remaining games will
be with United States armed serv-
ice teams stationed in Hawaii. The
first contest, held late last night
Eastern Standard Time, was with
the Subpac Raiders of the Hawaii
Interservice League.
The Michigan-Hosei series drew
a total of 13,840 spectators to the

five games. The final game was
watched by 3,581.
Although finishing second in the
Big Ten baseball standings, Mich-
igan has .now won Regional and
National collegiate crowns as well
as the International title. Al-
though this is the first time that
an international seriesnhas been
played, it has been planned as a
regular event in future years be-
tween the United States and Japa-
nese collegiate champions.

By RICK HARRAH
Special To The Daily
LANSING-The House yester-
day congratulated the Michigan
baseballteam "on the thrilling 15-
inning game that lasted past mid-
night at Omaha June 15" and
praised the Wolverines for their

5-4 defeat of
won them thel
championship.

i

FRITZ FISHER
. most valuable

Russians Lead
Mat Tourney
TOLEDO,O.(P)-Russia contin-
ued its runaway in the Greco-
Roman division of the World Ama-
teur Wrestling Championships
here last night.
With some weights wrestled
through the third round and others
still awaiting the second round,
the Russians had won 16 matches
in 16 tries, half of them by falls.
Rudy Williams of Detroit, a
171.5 pounder, bowed to Dimiter
Dobrev of Bulgaria and Dick Wil-
son of Toledo was defeated by Ig-
nazid Fabra of Italy at 114.5
pounds. Both Wilson and Williams.
remained in the tournament but
were in danger of being eliminated.
DAILY C
(Continued from Page 2)
chology, Ohio State University, will dis-
cuss "Considerations of the Implica-
tions for Classroom Teaching of Re-
search and Theory in the Psychology
of Learning" on Thurs., June 28 at 2
p.m. in Aud. A.
Linguistics Films: On Thurs., June 28
at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham Amphithe-
atre, films will be shown on 1) High-
speed motion pictures of the vocal
cords, and 2) articulation of English
speech sounds.
Placement
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AFL Apeals
Court Action
BOSTON ()-The two-year-old
American Football League voted
yesterday to appeal its $10 million
anti-trust suit against the older
and rival National Football League.
The vote was unanimous among
the league's executive committee,
meeting here to discuss the suit,
possible expansion and other mat-
ters.
Two of the eight members, own-
er Harry Wismer of the New York
Titans and General Manager Dick
Gallagher of the Buffalo Bills had
said previously they hoped the
court battle was over.

Santa Clara, which
1962 NCAA baseball

Wimbledon
Sees Upset
WIMBLEDON, Eng. OP)-Billie
Jean Moffitt, a tiny 18-year-old
from Long Beach, Calif., yesterday
knocked out top-seeded Margaret
Smith of Australia, 1-6, 6-3, 7-5, in
one of the biggest upsets in the
history of the Wimbledon Lawn
Tennis Championships.
Never before had a top-seed
been eliminated from the women's
singles on the opening, day - and
this is the 76th Wimbledon Cham-
pionship.
In men's play, Chuck McKinley
and Dennis Ralston of the United
States defeated Jose Gisbet and
J. M. Couder of Spain in doubles,
6-2, 6-4, 6-2.
Miss Moffitt, standing only 5
feet 6 inches, was dwarfed in just
about everything but fighting spir-
it by her tall Australian opponent.
Miss Smith is about 5 feet 10 in-
ches tall and packs a power game
to match her size.-
The fighting Californian led
eight other American girls into the
next stage of the championship.
Six other Americans were elimin-
ated, including Mimi Arnold of
Redwood City, Calif.
Yanks Sell Cerv
To Houston Club
NEW YORK (P)-The New York
Yankees sold Bob Cerv, 36-year-old
reserve outfielder, to the Houston
Colts of the National League for
the $20,000 waiver price last night.

In a resolution offered by Rep.
Gilbert Bursley (R-Ann Arbor),
they also commended the team on
winning the fifth and deciding
game of the Intercollegiate Inter-
national World Series against Ho-
sei University of Japan Monday at
Honolulu.
The resolution went on to note
that the team "demonstrated the
true spirit of which champions are
made," citing its 34 victories in 49
starts.
"Labeled the 'Comeback Kids,'
the 1962 Wolverine baseball team
became a 'one for one and all for
each other' team under the talent-
ed leadership of Coach Don Lund,
and, as such, brought Michigan its
second national basebal ltrophy."
The House resolved that the
Legislature should extend its
heartiest congratulations to the
team in view of their achieve-
ments,
Olympic Sprinter
Joins Pro Ranks
PHILADELPHIA ()--Forsaking
another shot at the Olympics for
"my first love, football," Frank
Budd, Villanova's great sprinter
signed to play for the Philadelphia
Eagles of the National Football
League yesterday.

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Organizations planning to be active for
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Employers desirous of hiring students
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