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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786 .
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

PAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
New Atlas Tire Sale
Four-670x15, $58.75; four-150x14,
$69.95. Terms (Plus tax and your
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This put him a stroke better
than Palmer, who skyrocketed to
a 75 for 142. Experimenting and
playing loosely, the U.S. Masters
and Open Champion had two 6's
and one 7 on his card which he
climaxed with a birdie three on
the closing hole.
"The round didn't bother me,"
Palmer said. "I am still looking
over the course. It's tomorrow
that counts."
The strong-backed professional
from Latrobe, Pa., is co-favorite
for the title with Player and Peter
Thomson of Australia, a four-
time winner. Thomson shot a 72
for 141 today, four-putting the
11th green. This tied Sarazen.
Weather Changes
Historic St. Andrews, ravaged
with a rash of scores in the 60's in
Monday's perfect calm, redeemed
her honor by a swift change of
weather. Scores and hopes were
put to route on a wholesale scale.
Bone-chilling winds and driving
rains blew in from the North Sea.
Only two other American play-
ers survived the cut off at 147 or
better which reduced the field to
74, lowest since World War II.
They were Bill Johnson, 36-
year-old touring pro from Provo,
Utah at 146 and Jack Isaacs of
the Langley Field Air Force Base

Sarazen, 58, was like a school-
boy after rushing around the new
course in 72 although he took
three from the edge of three
greens.
"I've never driven the ball better
in my life," the stocky squire said.
"I don't know how to explain it.
Maybe it's just because I'm in-
spired at being here."
Sarazen was 22 when he played
in his first of 13 British Opens
in 1923. He won in 1932 and de-
fended the next year at St. An-
drews, where he missed by a shot
after taking an eight on the 14th.
Sarazen opened with a birdie
yesterday, almost holing out on
the first green where the ball
stopped 14 inches from the cup.
After his short game sent him
over par on the third, fourth and
10th, Gene rallied with a birdie
on the par five 12th and another
on the 14th where he sank an
eight-footer.
Player, 23, said a change in
putting technique was responsible
for his good scoring the last two
days. "I scored well although I
never once got excited about it,
because it's a qualifying round,"
he said.
He had a birdie putts of five,
ten and 30 feet and barely missed
a two-footer when a clumb of
grass impeded the line.

RESERVES-Tiger pitcher Frank Lary and Chicago Infielder
Nellie Fox were named along with 19 other American League
players as reserve members of their league's All-Star team yester-
day by manager Al Lopez.
Lopez Names :22
To0 Aid A qa

BOSTON (AP)-American Leaguev
President Joe Cronin announced
thhe 22 players selected by man-
ager Al Lopez to complete the
1960 AL All-Star squad yesterday.
The eight starters were chosen
previously by a poll among all
players, managers and choaches
in the league.
Lopez named pitchers Gary Bell
and Dick Stigman of Cleveland:
Jim Coates and Whitey Ford of
New York; Bud Daley, Kansas
City; Chuck Estrada, Baltimore;
Frank Lary, Detroit; Bill Mon-
bouquette, Boston; Camilo Pas-
cual, Washington; and Gerry
Staley and Early Wynn of Chi-
cago.
Catchers Elston Howard, Yan-
kees, and Sherm Lollar, White
Sox were selected to back up
starter Yogi Berra, also of the
Yankees.

Reserve infielders are Luis Apa-
ricio and Nelson Fox of the White
Sox; Vic Power, Indians and
Brooks Robinson and Jim Gentile
of the Orioles.
Ted Williams of the Red Sox
was named to a reserve outfield
role along with Al Kaline, Tigers;
Harvey Kuenn, Indians, and Al
Smith, White Sox.
This will be Williams' 16th ap-
pearance in the mid-summer clas-
sic. Other veterans of the squad
are Berra and Fox, who will be
playing their 13th and 10th All-
Star games respectively.
Rookies Estrada, Stigman, Gen-
tile and Hansen are among nine
players making their first appear-
ance in the classic. Other first-
timers are Bell, Coates, Lary, Mon-
bouquette, and Robinson.
Staley will be making his first
appearance for the American
League. He was on the National
League squad in 1952 and 1953.

PERSONAL
ARE YOU curious to find out who is
suffering (or partying?) through the
Summer Session? Look in the Sum-
mer Student Directory. F30
GOOD BOOKS: Disposing of my large
library at private sale. Rare oppor-
tunity for students to build up a
library of good books for little money.
Hundreds of books, 100 years old or
more. Call from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
daily except Sunday. 617 Packard
(near State St.) F13
EMPLOYER WANTED
To hire creative, energetic grad.
Research, report writing, etc.
NO 3-7756, evenings. F24
WANTED: MALE SUBJECTS
For psychological experiment
$1.25 an hour
Cali Extension 2616
Ask for Mrs. Collins.
P28
GREAT SAVINGS-all Magazine subs.
1 yr.: Time-$3.87, Newsweek-$3.50,
Life & Spts. Illustrated-$4.00. Special
Student Rates. NO 2-3061. F18
MUGS :
How's the East? A.A. is jumping and
'the M.D. is as usual , . . b.u.
F32
HAVE YOU been looking for someone
and been unable to find her? You will
find her in the Summer Student
Directory, a bargain at 50c. F31
USED CARS
AN ECONOMICAL barrel of fun. Red
Isetta cony. R&H. Low mileage. Ex-
cellent condition. NO 3-0302. N6
1948 PONTIAC. Great trans. R. & H.
Highest offer takes it. NO 2-3061. N3
CLEAN '54 Volkswagon. Sunroof. New
WSW tires, safety belts, radio. NO
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EXCELLENT CONDITION. 1954 Buick
Special. 2 door, 4 nylon tires. Orig-
inal owner. Phone NO 2-4194. N8
1956 JAGUAR, wire wheels, R.&H. Will-
ing to sacrifice. Call J. Price, NO 2-
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BUSINESS SERVICES
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade,
NO 2-4647. J4
WHEN THE URGE for a Midnight
snack strikes, Don't fight itl
Dash down to
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7131

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
Expert Service on

RECORD PLAYERS
TAPE RECORDERS
HI-Fl COMPONENTS

FOREIGN CAR
SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
NYE MOTOR SALES
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
S4
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & guaranteed. See
us for the best price on new &
used tires. Road service-mechanic
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it"
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
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Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
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BARGAIN CORNER
MEN'S short-sleeve sport shirt $1.25.
Skip-dents & seer-suckers sanforized
wash & wear, asstd. colors.
Sam's Store 122 E. Washington
W1
FOR RENT
FURN. 1st floor apt., 3 rms., bath, pri-
vate entrance, and laundry facilities.
All utilities paid, $110 per month.
Phone NO 3-0292. C26
FURN. APT. 3 blocks from State The-
atre. $60 per month. Call NO 2-7274.
C25

1804 CooIey

MUSIC CENTER

$16,500
By owner, three yr. old, thr
bedroom ranch. Slate ent
large living room, dining are
tile bath. Aluminum storri
screens, gutters. Shrubs a
flowers. Lot 53x170x101x1
on quiet dead end street o

FOR RENT
FURN. 3 room apt. with tile bath.
a month. 2 blocks from camp
Available Sept. 1. Phone NO 2-0
SINGLE ROOM for gentleman in b
Southeast residential section.
8-6171.
CAMPUS: 2 bedrm. furnished, near L
School. Deluxe with air 'condition
TV outlets, all new furnishings. T
beds with hotel deluxe innerspi
and mattress. Off-street parking I
vided. No vacancies at present,
Sept. assignments now being tak
NO 2-7787 days, NO 2-4351 evening
RECREATION ROOM for rent fac
Huron River. 1;2 miles from camp
To young, 'refined married coi
only. Phone after 6 P.M. or before
A.M., NO 3-5126.
GOOD STUDENT apartments close
campus at 344 S. Division. Phone1
Pray. F. A. Sergeant Co. Realt
NO 2-3259.C
REAL ESTATE
STOP and SEE

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300 S. Thayer

NO 2-25001

Complete line of Hi Fi components
including kits; complete servic on
radios, phonographs and
Hi Fi equipments.

HI FI STUDIO
1317 South University
1 block east at Campus Theatre

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block from Wines and
sythe schools. 1804 Co
Ave. NO 3-6551

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SEE IT TODAY ! !

PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
AnnArbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
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'WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED':
M a oesn' EXpect All-Star Position

CHICAGO oP) -- Stan Musial,
who has appeared in more All-
Star baseball games (16) than any
other player, says he won't be
disappointed if he doesn't make it
this time.
The all-time great St. Louis
Cardinal outfielder - infielder was
absent from the 16 players named
in the National League voting re-
f sults for the All-Star engagements
in Kansas City July 11 and New
York July 13. Walt Alston of the
Los Angeles Dodgers, who will
manage the National Leaguers,
will name the remaining members
of his 30-man squad Thursday.
"I've had no indication what-
soever that Alston will name me
in the group," Musial said yester-
day. "I won't be disappointed if
he doesn't. In fact I would be sur-
prised if he did.
"I haven't played too much this
season. And besides that, the
younger fellows should get the
'~ chance. I've been in plenty of
them, and, after all, I'm 39 years
old you know."
Musial, who has been in every
All-Star game since 1943 and has

hit more homers (5) in them than
any other player, was reminded
that he is playing better at the
moment than he was last year
when he was an All-Star choice of
Milwaukee's Fred Haney.
"I guess I am, but that doesn't
mean I will be named," he said.
"I was benched for a month. But
d uring that time I kept in real
{ood condition. I worked out every
day. Maybe I needed the time to
get back some sharpness. Im
meeting the ball well now."

Musial, who has a major league,
career batting average of .337,
had his poorest season in 1959,
slumping to .255 with only 44
runs batted in in 115 games.
After his term on the bench,
which ended two weeks ago, Mu-
sial has been playing well in left
field and again is plaguing oppos-
ing pitchers.
"Bob Nieman was hitting the
cover off the ball before he was
hurt a couple of weeks ago in Cin-
cinnati," said Cardinal skipper
Solly Hemus. "I had to leave him
in left field, and I didn't want to
put Musial at first with Bill White
doing a good job there. Nieman
is over his leg muscle injury now,
but I can't put him back in there
with Stan walloping the ball the
way he is."

A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X3
Pianos
MIRROR STYLE CONSOLE -
Used, perfect condition .$189
USED UPRIGHTS-From ..$49
STEINWAY CONSOLE - Like
new. Special ............$995
GRAND PIANOS-From ...$295
NEW GRINNELL-Holly spinet
... ....... ..........$479
Organs
HAMMOND-Extra voice. Only
........................,.$905
PORTABLE CHORD ORGAN
.. . . . . . .. . . . . . . $79
Grinnell's
323 S. Main St.
X7
Phone NO 2-4786
for Classified Advertising

Paintings - Drawings -Prints
from the
four corners of the world
____COME IN AND BROWSE
FORSYTHE' GALLERY
0 201 Nickels Arcade - Over the Post Office
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SUMMER WEDDINGS

307 South State Street

SHERM LOLLAR
.backs up Berra

Open every night 'til midnight.

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JULYSHOE SALE,

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DRASTIC DISCOUNTS on men's &
women's shoes. Many styles suitable
for year 'round wear.

DRESS SHOES

Reg. to 14.99
JACQUELINES
FIANCEE'S
Reg. to 9.99
CONNIES
BERNARDO'S

890
6 90

SAVE $ $ $

FOR WOMEN

Entire Stock Spring and
Summer Dress Styles

FOR MEN

k. " All heel heights, sizes 4to 10
AAAA to B
CONNIES
Reg. to 8.99 PARIS FASHIONS
Flats and Sports 4J0
WONDERFUL SELECTION!
OUTSTANDING VALUES!
" All from Regular stock!
' 306 SOUTH STATE
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$790,

and $9

FLORSHEIMS

$1680.$180
Reg. to $23.95
(All Summer Shoes-Discontinued Styles.)

Reg. to $12.95
Black Patent -Black, Blue,
Red, Bone, White Calf
Spectators, Pastels
Hi & Mid Heels - Pumps, Sandals

500 PAIRS

$990i_$1190_ $1390
Vents, Nylons-Sport Oxfords,
Loafers, Slip-ons
by Weyenberg, Mansfield

CASUAL - SPORT Styles
$390 _ $490 to $690
Wedge & Barefoot Sandals -
Flats - Loafers - Sport Ties

CREPE SOLE CASUALS

$690

WASHABLE CASUALS

$#3qq..$q90#mm$A90

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