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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1962

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BRITISH OPEN GOLF:
Palmer Jumps to Two-Stroke Lead

TROON, Scot. (M)-Arnold Pal-
mer, bursting with confidence, shot
into a two-stroke lead with a
record-tying 69 over the Old Troon
Course yesterday and led five
Americans into the 36-hole show-
down of the British Open Golf
Championship.
The defending champion from
Latrobe, Pa., nailed an eagle 3 on
the treacherous 11th hole, the
graveyard of champions, and went
on to take the halfway lead in the
tournament with a 36-hole score
of 140.
Breathing down his neck was his
old adversary from Australia, Kel
Nagle, with a second straight 71
for 142. It was Nagle who beat
out Palmer by a stroke for the
100th-anniversary championship at
St. Andrews two years ago.
Moving ahead with Palmer into
today's exhausting final two
rounds were fellow Yanks Phil
Rodgers, Don Essig, Sam Snead
and Jack Nicklaus.

Young Nicklaus, the 22-year-old
U. S. Open champion who is hav-
ing trouble adjusting to the dif-
ferent British conditions, rallied
with a 72 after Wednesday's
morale-shattering 80 and slipped
under the wire with 152.
Snead, still a title threat at 50,
also got past the big cutoff knife
safely with a 73 for 149.

Rodgers, the 24-year-old ex-
Marine from La Jolla, Calif., got
hot with a 2-under-par 70 and
was tied for third place at 145
with Bob Charles of New Zealand
and Jimmy Martin of England.
Essig, the 23-year-old former
Public Links Champion from In-
dianapolis, turned in a steady 72
for 148.

SPORTS SHORTS:
McKinley, Douglas Open
Davis Cup Play Today

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featuring
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FRIDAY, July 13 9-12 P.M.
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By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-Chuck McKinley
of St. Ann, Mo., and Fancois God-
bout of Waterloo, Quebec, will
meet in the opening singles match
of the U. S.-Canada Davis Cup
Tennis competition today.
Inta surprise, Jon Douglas of
Santa Monica, Calif., was selected
to play the second singles for the
U. S. against Don Fontana of
Toronto, captain of the Canadian
team.
The doubles teams for Satur-
day's match will be named to-
morrow.
For Sunday's final singles, Mc-
Kinley will face Fontana in the
opener, with Douglas meeting God-
bout in the second.
The naming of Douglas came as
it slight surprise. Frank Froehling
of Coral Gables, Fla., had been
expected to play the second singles
match because of his fine record
in recent months. However, Froeh-
ling came to Cleveland early this
week with a sore throat and has
been unable to shake the illness.
* * *
Fight in Making
VIENNA -- Two former world
champions, heavyweight Ingemar
Johansson of Sweden, and light
heavyweight Archie Moore of San
Diego, probably will meet in Ti-
juana, Mexico, Oct. 15 it was dis-
closed by the Swede's advisor.
Edwin Ahlquist, the Swedish
promoter and Johansson's advisor,
said the fight was in the works.
He made the disclosure when he
said promoter George Parnassus of
Los Angeles came here to object
to a proposed Johansson fight in
Vienna before the Moore bout.
Upsets Occur
ST. LOUIS - The upsetters
were upset in the second round of
the Trans-Mississippi Golf Tourn-
ament yesterday at Old Warson
Country Club, as Ben Lane Jr. of
Amarillo, Tex., and Jim Jamieson
of Moline, Ill., were beaten.
Lane, who had eliminated de-
fending champion Herb Durham
of Dallas Wednesday was trimmed
by Allan Schmidt of St. Louis,
4 and 3.
Jamieson, conqueror of Dudley
Wysong, rallied from four holes
down after 11 played to send his
match into an extra hole, but lost
to Chuck Fish of Hutchinson,
Kan., on the 19th, when he three-
putted.

Medalist Richard S. Norville of
Oklahoma City is rapidly becom-
ing the favorite to win the title
in this 59th annual tourney. He
took a solid 3 and 2 triumph over
Sid Salomon III of St. Louis.
Sikes Wins Again
BUFFALO - Dick Sikes, the 22-
year-old Arkansas Collegian seek-
ing his second straight U. S. Pub-
lic Links Golf Championship,
marched into the quarter-finals
after a pressure victory over a
challenging Californian yesterday.
Sikes, a 140-pound bundle of
taut muscle, rose to the occasion
over Sheridan Park's 6,697-yard,
par 35-36-71 course, beating John
Joseph 19, the Hayward, Calif.,
darkhorse, 1-up.
NEWPORT, R.I.-Nefertiti had
spinnaker trouble for the second
straight day but came back for a
victory over Columbia in the
America's Cup observation trials
yesterday.
Trailing by 54 seconds as she
rounded the second mark of the
23-mile triangular course, Nefer-
titi had her favorite point of sail,
a reach for the final leg. She
sailed through Columbia's lee and
won by one minute and 23 sec-
onds.
This was Nefertiti's eighth vic-
tory in the series against two de-
feats. She leads in the series
scheduled to be finished Saturday.

Tigers Lose
To Chicago;
IndiansWi
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Joe Cunningham's
homer in the sixth inning backed
up Juan Pizarro's two-hit pitch-
ing last, night and escorted the
Chicago White Sox to a 3-2 vic-
tory over the Detroit Tigers.
Pizarro, getting his fourth
straight triumph for an 8-7 record,
struck out seven and walked two.
Luis Aparicio tripled in the sec-
ond and scored when Camilo Car-
reon grounded out. The Sox got
their decisive third run in the
eighth, knocking out starter Don
Mossi. Jim Landis doubled and
Nellie Fox singled him home. Mos-
si absorbed his 10th setback. He
has seven victories.
A double by Steve Boros and
third baseman Al Smith's two
errors-a bobble of Chico Fernan-
dez' grounder and a wild throw
to first-produced a Tiger run in
the second. They got another in
the fourth when Rocky Colavito
walked and eventually scored on
Boros' second straight double.
BALTIMORE - Willie Tasby's
two-run single and Chuck Esse-
gian's three-run homer, both in
ninth-inning pinch hitting roles,
powered the Cleveland Indians to
a 6-4 victory over the Baltimore'
Orioles last night.
Tasby's single, on an 0-2 pitch'
from relief pitcher Billy Hoeft,
wiped out a 3-1 lead which Bal-
timore had fashioned with a pairj
of unearned runs in the eighth.
Essegian then socked his 14th
homer into the left field bleachers
for the final three runs. Prior to
tonight, Essegian's only run batted
in since May 25 came on a June
24 homer.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS-Outfielder Jim
King smashed a pair of two-run
home runs, the second breaking a
4-4 tie, as Washington won a
homer duel from Minnesota 7-4 in
10 innings last night.
King's second blow came with
Chuck Cottier, who had singled for
his third hit of the game, aboard.
The blasts were King's sixth and
seventh homers of the year.

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MEN'S WEAR: SUMMER SPECIALS-
Blue cord pants $2.99; Bermudas and
swim suits 1.99 and up. Short sleeve
sport shirts 1.25 up. Wash and wear
pants 3.95 up. Briefs, shorts, T-shirts
69c. Canvas casuals, oxfords, 2.95. 3.95.
Many other BIG BUYS. SAM'S STORE,
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HAVE A PICNIC!
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Cold Pop
Fresh Fruit
Hot Barbequed Chickens
Hot Barbequed Ribs
at
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709 Packard
Open every night 'til 12 J8
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY :on
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with this ad. Campus Radio & TV.
325 E. Hoover. X4
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GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE
We specialize in
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STUDENT SPECIALS DAILY
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You must be hypnotizeable. 1, 2, to
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Marjorie Freston 665-4381 from 10 p.m.
to 12 midnight week days. F17
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TRAVEL WEST
after summer school? Male student
would like passengers on auto tour
of Yellowstone.Seattle, San Francisco,
and other places. Share driving and
expenses. Call Jerry atNO 5-7892.
TRAVEL WEST AFTER SUMMER SES-1
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would like partner on auto tour of
Yellowstone, Glacier, Seattle, S. Fran-
cisco, Grand Canyon. Camping and
hiking. Silare expenses. Call Alex
Henkin, NO 3-9693 or UM Ext. 2163.
F15

REAL ESTATE

SETTING UP YOUR OWN PRACTICE?
WANT A TOP LOCATION? I own a
modern building with 3500 square feet
of usablespaceand all utilities. Ideal
for Doctors, Dentists, or a combined
medical clinic. It is located close to
the Sunrise Shopping Center east of
Ypsilanti and would service the large
Willow Run and Eastern Ypsilanti
Township area with a population
density of at least ten thousand
people. There are no Doctors or Den-
tists with offices in the area and the
people have to drive 4tYpsilanti
now. I will give the right people a
wonderful deal, either to lease or to
buy. For further information call
PETER SAVAGE, HU 3-4427; If no
answer, call HU 2-2207. Ri
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
NEED A BIKE!
If your soles are wearing thin on the
hot summer sidewalks, stop in at
BEAVER'S BIKE
AND HARDWARE
Ask about Beaver's
BIKE RENTAL
(by the week or month)
Your bike failing?
Beaver can restore it to good health.

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TIRE SALE CONTINUES ...
Get our price before you buy! Life-
time guarantee. No money down.
Up to one year to pay. Specializing
in brake service and motor tune-
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Main at Catherine NO 8-7717
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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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FURNISHED-3 rooms and bath. Near
campus. Couple preferred. NO 5-7215.
C27
SUMMER-Close to State Theatre. 3'
furnished rooms and private bath.
$60 a month. Call NO 2-7274. C28
ROOMS-Single or double -- business,
professional men, or grad. students.
Clean and modern. NO 2-4738. C25
APT. ON HILL ST. for 1 or 2 students
for fall-all furnished and utilities
paid. Call NO 8-9538 or 2-3512. C10
VERY NICE ROOMS and bath on Gran-
ger for 1 or 2 graduate students.
Breakfast privileges. Garage available.
Call NO 2-3932. C26
Summer Rates
Furnished apts. from $60 up. NO
5-9405. C20
NEW twt; 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

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1800. Acetate
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 5, Boston 4
Cleveland 6, Baltimore 4
Chicago 3, Detroit 2
Washington 7, Minnesota 4
New York at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Washington at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Kansas City (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 8, Chicago 4
San Francisco 5, Philadelphia 3
Los Angeles 3, New York 0
Pittsburgh 6, Houston 4
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 6
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at New York (n.)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (n)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (n)
Cincinnati at Chicago

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TAKE-OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE
Open 24 hours Closed Tuesday
221 N. Main St. Opposite the Post Office
Phone NO 8-9550 or NO 3-3857

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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
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Tuesday: Gourmet Night with French Cuisine

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