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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 196?

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

W
41
38
40
42
38
35
36
35
33
24

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30
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32
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35
35
37
40
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.514
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Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New York

W
49
49
43
42
38
36
34
31
28
19

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31
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49
51

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.636
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.535
.486
.466
.437
.364
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4%
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26%

Women Win
At Wimbledon
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (.P)-Two
more of America's male ranks,
Whitney Reed and Dennis Ral-
ston, went down yesterday in the
All-England Tennis Champion-
ships.
Reed bowed to defending cham-
pion Rod Layer of Australia, while
Ralston lost to Aussie Martin Mul-
ligan. This double lost left the
United States with only Frank
Froehling in men's singles.
In women's singles, 'however,
Darlene Hard, Mrs. Karen Hantze
and Billie Jean Moffitt moved
forward to salvage some American
prestige.

Michigan Baseball Squad
Downs Hickam Flyers, 8-5

Special To The Daily

kILIDAY, JUNE 29, 1962
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 19, Boston 7
New York 4, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 10, Washington 7
Baltimore 6, Chicago 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Boston (n)
Los Angeles at New York (n)
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
Minnesota at Washington (n)
Clevelan dat Chicago (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 2
New York at Los Angeles (n)
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Milwaukee (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
Cincinnati at Houston (ni)
Philadelphia at San Francisco

THE NEWEST
MOST BEAUTIFUL
PORTABLE
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These days a typewriter is
a must for every college
student. Act now and you
can rent or buy a new port-
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think! Come in now.
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314 South State

THE NEWMAN CLUB
331 Thompson
Presents

"Keep A-Head
of your Hair"
We specialize in
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" CREW-CUTS
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* PRINCETONS
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THE DASCOLA BARBERS
near Michigan Theatre

DAVE ROEBUCK
... winning pitcher

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A DancE
FRI DAY,
June 29
8:30 P.M.

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STEIN &GOETZ
SPORTING GOODS
"Your Friendly Dealer"
SUMMER SPORTS EQUIPMENT
TENNIS -GOLF- SWIMMING
BADMINTON - PICNIC GAMES
206 E. WASHINGTON..
Downtown Ann Arbor

HONOLULU-Michigan's base-
ball squad scored its second
straight victory over a service
team here Wednesday evening as
it downed the Hickam Flyers of
Hickam Air Force Base, 8-5.
Pitcher Dave Roebuck notched
the victory as he gave up but six
hits. He was tagged for a two-
run homer by Cliff Hughes in the
third inning, and allowed two
more in the sixth and a final run
in the eighth.
Michigan jumped into an early
lead, scoring all eight runs in
the first .five inings. Dick Honig,
who tripled in the first, scored
on a single by Ron Tate. The
second run came as Dave Camp-
bell homered in the next inning.
After single runs in the third
and fourth innings, Michigan iced
the game with a four-run burst
in the fifth, featured by Joe
Merullo's double and Harvey
Chapman's single, both driving in
two runs.
Michigan will play seven more
games with service teams before
returning from Hawaii. Their rec-
ord at present is 36-15 for the
season.
SPORTS SHORTS:
Hawkins
LeadsOpen
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Lean Fred Hawkins
of El Paso, Tex., a tournament
veteran but seldom a winner,
slammed a 3-under-par 68 yester-
day to steal the first round thun-
der from Jack Nicklaus and Arnold
Palmer in the $50,000 Western
Golf Open.
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C.-Blonde
Ruth Jessen, golf professional for
six of her 25 years, matched par
on each nine yesterday to shoot
72 and take a three stroke lead
over defending champion Mickey
Wright after the first round of
the United States Women's Open
Tournament.
BUFFALO, N. Y. - The football
season opens a little early this
year with the All-America Game
tonight at War Memorial Stadium
between ex-college stars of East
and West.
Network (NBC) television will
beam the contest over 176 sta-
tions at 8:30 p.m. (EST), with the
Buffalo area blacked out.
DETROIT -Hall of Famer
Mickey Cochrane, a competitor
of the TY Cobb mold and per-
haps the greatest catcher in base-
ball history, died yesterday after
a long illness at the age of 59.

Many were originally 19.95 and 25.00
also group includes RAIN 'N SHINE coats
plus any 3.98 sale items
Raincoats- Hats- Bags- Bras- Blouses
100 BETTER DRESSES

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Xtra Specials
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The places where good food, hospitality, and

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are a specialty

in Ann Arbor.

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Freshly Remodeled - New Management
Beer, Wine, Liquor and Cocktails
Specializing in Delicious Pizza Pie Sandwiches
Phone NO 2-9575 122 W. Washington,
Thompson's Restaurant
FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD
will be served daily from
12 noon to 2 P.M. and 5 P.M. to 2 A.M.

Sizes 7 to 15,

Sizes in Both Dress Groups
petite and tall 10 to 18, average 8 to 44,
Shorter 1212 to 2412

ON FOREST
off corner of S. University
opposite Campus Theatre
CUSTOMER PARKING
AT REAR OF SHOP

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NO 3-2401

341 S. Main

FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED
LUNCHES- DINNERS--COCKTAILS
Open daily 11:30 A.M. Saturday 5:00
Sundays 3:00
Monday thru Friday:
Lunch: Salads, Cold and Hot Sandwiches
Businessmen's Buffet
$1.45
Dinner: From $2.50
American and International
Cuisine
Tuesday: Gourmet Night with French Cuisine
Wednesday: SMORGASBORD
over 100 foods, featuring
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ART DEVANEY
and his
CONTINENTAL RHYTHMS
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS

-- Closed Mondays -
118 West Liberty St.

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from 5 P.M. to 2 A.M.

RODGERS & HART'S GREAT MUSICAL COMEDY

TAKE-OUT SERVICE, AVAILABLE
Open 24 hours Closed Tuesday
221 N. Main St. Opposite the Post Office
Phone NO 8-9550 or NO3-3y857
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* Try our triple-decker club sandwiches,
barbecued foods and other specialties from
a complete menu.
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QUEEN AND THE REBELS
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OPERA DOUBLE BILL: PUCCINI'S "GLANNI SCHICCHI"
*PERGOLESI'S "LA SERVA PADRONA"

Paul
Tompkins

All15 shows:
Any 4 shows:
Musical or opera:

$6.00, 4.00
$5.00*, 3.50*
$1.75*, 1 .25*

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