THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1962
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Major League Standings
Yankees Continue To Win;
Minnesota Tops Cleveland
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WV L Pct. GB
62 32 .660 -
60 34 .640 2
57 35 .620 4
50 41 .550 101/2
48 40 .447 11
45 46 4.496 15Y2
41 51 :444 20
34 55 .381 25%~
35 58 .376 26]'
24 63 .276 341,
New York 1, Boston 0'
Washington 1, Chicago 0
Minnesota 7, Cleveland 2
Baltimore at Kansas City (inc.)
Detroit at Los Angeles (inc.)
New York at Boston
Washington at Chicago (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota
Detroit at, Los Angeles (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Philadelphia 3, Houston 0 (2nd inc.)
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (inc.)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (inc.)
Chicago at St. Louis (inc.)
(Only games scheduled)
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (n)
Pittsburgh at New York (2)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
Philadelphia at Houston (n)
By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Ralph Terry's four-
hitter and rookie Tom Thresh's
clutch single in the eighth inning
produced New York's fifth straight
victory last night, a 1-0 decision
over the Boston Red Sox.
Thresh delivered a sharp single
to right field with two men out to
score Hector Lopez from second
base. Lopez and Clete Boyer had'
singled off loser Gene Conley in
the eighth after the Sox pitcher
had allowed only two singles in the
first seven frames.
Terry, running his record to
12-8, struck out nine and walked
mon Killebrew, emerging from vir-
tually a season-long hitting slump,
smashed his fifth home run in six
games and his 22nd of the season
and Camilo Pascual pitched his
14th victory as Minnesota bounced
Cleveland, 72, last night.
The Idaho slugger drove in four
runs, one on a sacrifice fly and
three more with his homer, a long
drive which cleared the left center
field fence at the 390 foot mark.
Killebrew, still batting only .241,
has hit in six straight games and
driven across 17 runs during the
spree, giving him 63 RBI for the
... surprise win
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By The Associated Press
PARIS - Bob Charles, one of
the few southpaw golfers ever to
hit the big time circuit, swept into
the lead of the French Open
Championship yesterday with a 7-
Charles, a New Zealander, had a
69 for 134 at the halfway point.
The final two rounds will be
played today at the 6,400-yard,
par 72 Saint Germain course.
Peter Thomson of Australia, a
four-time winner of the British
Open, was in second place with
69-67-136. Sebastian Miguel of
Spain and Alan Murray of Aus-
tralia were tied for third at 137.
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Tom Bet-
tis, one of the National Football
League's top defensive players un-
til a 1960 injury gave the spectacu-
lar Ray Nitschke a chance to
break into the Green Bay lineup,
was traded to Pittsburgh yester-
Carol Jo Skala, Sutherlin, Ore.,
and Natasha Fife, Wichita, led
32 players into the second round of
the 32nd Annual Women's Trans-
Mississippi Golf Tournament
Mrs. Skala defeated Patty
Dailey, San Antonio, Tex., 3 and
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CHICAGO )P) - Mike Belkin,
who just turned 17, became the
first giant killer of the National
Clay Court Tennis Tournament
yesterday by upsetting Whitney
Reed, the United States No. 1
ranking player, in the first round.
Belkin, a Miami Beach High
School senior and winner of the
Orange Bowl Junior Crown last
winter, used a two-handed back
hand shot to whip through Reed
6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and stun the River
Forest Tennis Club crowd.
In another surprise, Michigan's
Ray Senkowski knocked out fifth
seeded Don Dell 6-2, 6-3. Dell,
rated No. 5 nationally, was de-
feated in the finals of the clay
court meet last year by Bernard
Bartzen. Bartzen is not back to
defend his championship.
Senkowski will be a senior this
fall, and will captain the Michigan
team next spring. He has led the
Wolverines to -two straight Big
Ten titles, winning the Conference
singles title in 1961 and placing
second this past spring. On both
occasions he has shared the Big
,'en doubles title.
MACKINAC ISLAND ()P)-Skip-
pered by 76-year-old Clare Jacobs
of Detroit, the 45-foot sloop Fal-
con II was declared the class A
and overall winner of the slowest
Lake Huron-Mackinac race since
The Detroit Yacht Club entry
was the second of 105 starters to
finish the 235-mile course, in the
38th annual running which start-
The Falcon's elapsed time was
54 hours, 41 minutes and 14 sec-
onds, second to the Gypsy, but the
winner on the basis of corrected
The Gypsy crossed the Island
finish line after 54 hours, 22 min-
utes and 53 seconds of searching
for a respectable wind but its cor-
rected time put it one hour, two
minutes and two seconds behind
the 49 hours, 55 minutes and one
second mark of the Falcon.
The class B honors were taken
by Meteor III. With many vessels
yet to cross the finish line, race
officials were unable to post final
winner for thedracing class and
classes C, D, and E.
NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. ( P) -
"I'm ready - I feel great," Arnold
Palmer said yesterday and then
acknowledged this is his one big
concern going into the weekend's
PGA Golf Championship.
His worry is he hasn't any
"I'm not tired from my British
trip and I don't feel at all let
down," added the game's glamor
figure from Latrobe, Pa. "I don't
have any aches or pains. I'm putt-
ing okay again. This is a good
"I just can't find anything to
complain about-and I'm not sure
that's a good sign or not."
Palmer is a man who thrives on
adversity. Just before the U.S.
Open last month at Oakmont, Pa.,
he split a finger on his left hand
in a freak accident and then he
proceeded to tie for the title, los-
ing to Jack Nicklaus in a playoff.
At Troon, Scotland, last week he
was plagued with a nagging back
ache. All he did was sweep to the
British Open Championship with
the greatest four rounds of golf
ever shot in the 102-year-old tour-
Six players withdrew from this,
the 44th PGA and another was
added, making a field of 172 for
tomorrow's opening teeoff.
The Professional Golfers Asso-
ciation, announcing the pullouts,
said there would be no substitu-
However, Bruce Crampton of
Australia was a late qualifier as
winner of the Motor City Open
last Sunday. He was given the spot
previously allotted to Ben Hogan,
who pulled out earlier.
Wants Third Crown
Palmer's bid for a sweep of ma-
jor professional titles (Masters,
U.S. and British Opens and the
PGA) was foiled by Nicklaus in
the open at Oakmnont.
Although the PGA field consists
of the game's leading players, in-
cluding 13 past PGA champions!
and nine former U.S. winners,
Palmer's' shadow dominates the
scene this week at the Aronimink
He's the one player all contest-
ants fear. He's the one man the
galleries, which are expected to
reach record proportions, want to
Aronimink is a long (7,045
yards) course which plays a par
35-35-70. Everyone agrees it's a
It is long, with no tricks or
gimmicks. The greens are hard.
The man who can drive long and
hit a shorter iron to them has a
big advantage - that's Palmer.
Defending Champion Jerry Bar-
ber of Los Angeles, the 137-pound
mite who won the title last year,
is one dissenter.
Win With Putter
"There are a lot of guys who can
get hot with a putter and win it,"
Jerry Barber says he himself
has two chances of successfully
defending his PGA Championship
--"slim and none."
The 46-year-old Barber, oldest
and smallest golfer ever to win
the PGA title, refused to say why
he thought so little of his chances.
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PETS AND SUPPLIES
PLEASE! Home needed for housebroken,
lovely - temperament, long-hair, 10-
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FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY on
radios. phonos, tape recorders and TVs
with this ad. Campus Radio & TV.
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SETTING UP YOUR OWN PRACTICE?
WANT A TOP LOCATION? I own a
modern building with 3500 square feet
of usable space and 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 to Ypsilanti
now. I will give the right people a
'wonderful deal, either to lease or to
buy. For further information call
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answer, call HU 2-2207. RI.
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Phone 665-8184. 11
Variety is the SPICE OF
709 PACKARD-OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT
MEN'S WEAR: SUMMER SPECIALS-
Blue cord pants $2.99; Bermudas ajA
swim suits 1.99 and up. Short sleeve
sport shirts 1.25 up. Wash and -xear
pants 3.95 up. Briefs, shorts. I-shirts
69c. Canvas casuals, oxfords, 2.95. 3.1-5.
Many other BIG BUYS. SAM'S SrORE,
122 E. Washington St. W2
'56 OLDS. 2-door sedan, clean and good
tires. Call HU 2-5760 ext. 312 N-8
:1954 FORD-Good transportation. $60
Call NO 3-9109 N5
1961 SAAB-Fully equipped. 13,000 miles.
Best offer. NO 2-2763. N3
'61 FALCON, 2-door delux. Low mileage.
Standard shift. Like new, Call Norm
Univ. ext. 2113. N-9
WANTED-Student commercial artist.
Write Box 3, 420 Maynard, c/o Michi-
gan Daily. H13
RIGHT HANDED Amer. born males
under 25 to be a subject for psych.
experiments. 1.25 an hr. Contact Miss
Budor, room 3435 Mason Hall. H-4
Part time nelp-17 hours per week.
Summer school student preferred.
Working schedule will be arranged to
fit class and study schedule if neces-
Salary offered-$50 per week.
Call Mr. Miller, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m
$75, 3 ROOMS, bath, garage. Unfurn-
ished except stove and refrigerator.
Available Aug. 7th. NO 2-4684 C-29
FURNISHED-3 rooms and bath. Near
campus. Couple preferred. NO 5-7215.
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. 025
4-ROOM and bath apt. for rent on
Walnut St. $1400 for full yr. To see
call GE 7-7523. C-30
Furnished apts. from $60 up. NO
NEW twa 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. 02
Call NO 3-4156
Special weekend rates from 5 p.m.
Friday till 9 a.m. Monday . . .
$15.00 plus 9c a mile. Rates
include gas, oil, insurance.
DR. LIVINGSTON I PRESUME-- oops,
my name is Mary.
514 E. WASHINGTON ST.
RUGS, NEVER USED-9x12 $25; also
matching pair larger sizes. G. E. Vac.
$15. Call NO 2-9894. B-10
LEAVING TOWN! Must sell all house-
hold furnishings at once. Bowling
ball, leather golf shoes 8%D, ladies
ice skates. 1430 White St, B-9
DIAMONDS-At wholesale prices from
our mines to you. Buy direct and
save. Robert Haack Diamond Import-
ers. 504 First National Bldg. NO 3-0653.
ZEE-The cards are being shuffled and
CRAW-More and more I'm getting to
like you less and less. The not so
THE DR. LIVINGSTON, I presume
seminar announces a meeting to
be held shortly-some time in the
middle of the night... also bad
puns and good beer.
URGENT! Subjects needed for simple,
painless, psychological experiment.
You must beyhypnotizeable. 1, 2, to
3 hr. .session. $1.25 an hour. Call
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 at NO 5-7892.
TRAVEL WEST AFTER SUMMER SES-
SION. Young Eng. Faculty member
would like partner on auto tour of
Yellowstone, Glacier, Seattle, S. Fran-
cisco, Grand Canyon. Camping and
hiking. Share expenses. Call Alex
Henkin, NO 3-9693 or UM Ext. 2163.
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Summer Session '62
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