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re Blanks Detroit, 3-0
a 7-1 victory over the Chicago were taking a twin bill from the two walks and two White Sox er- -
Cubs, only to lead now is over the Phillies, 6-4 and 6-0, to move to rors. The game was called at the
St. Louis Cardinals instead of the the runnerup spot. San Francisco end of the eighth because of rain. -
Milwaukee Braves. and Cincinnati were rained out. Chuck Estrada pitched a four-
The Braves and Cardinals traded The Yankees broke a tight game hitter in a pelting rain as the
places as Milwaukee dropped to wide open in the eighth inning Orioles blanked the Tigers. Brooks
r third place in losing to Los An- when they scored three times on Robinson's three-run home run in _
geles, 3-2, while the Cardinals one hit-Bill Skowron's double- the fourth accounted for all the o

SHADOW OF A DOUBT-Lenny Green of the Washington
Senators leaps high against centerfield wall to snare a long ball
hit by Kansas City Athletic Norm Sieburn in the first game of a
twi-night doubleheader yesterday. Sieburn later homered, but the
A's lost in the 12th inning, 3-1.

while sponsor of the event, is a
nonprofit organization designed to
reward the achievements and en-
liven the lives of American youth.
University of Michigan students
expected to attend include Ilene
Aaron, Norman Block, Henry
Brewster, Marilynn Brodsky, David
Eason, Phyllis Gold, Lawrence
Jacobs, Mel Kalt, Harriet Katcher,
Lewis Kleinsmith, Jerold D. E.
Lax, Mike Olinick, Judy Oppen-
heim, Elizabeth Oseff, Lenore
Oseff, Gary Pacernick, Pola Sil-
verman, Carol Stone, Carol Stur-
man, and Arnold Weingarden.
Other participants hail from
Wayne State Unviersity, Monteith
College, and Michigan State Uni-
versity-Oakland.
"An event like this one is always
a great honor for our organiza-
tion," Brewster, MiLar secretary
said. "We believe it will offer the
utmost in entertainment for the
students."

HENRY H.
STEVENS, Inc.
LONG t i-

GOOD L
hen Important People come to town
.. highlight their visit with luncheon or dinner at the
Corner House -where food, service and surroundings
meet your every wish. Tuesday through Saturday, 11:30
to 2:00 and 5:00 to 7:00. Sunday: Dinner, 12:00 to

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