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PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'THU"DAY' JUNE 3. 1965

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By The Associated Press
Brilliant relief pitching by Min-'
nesota's Jim Perry and Baltimore's
Dick Hall paced the Twins and
Orioles to American League vic-
tories on 'last night's rain-cur-
tailed baseball schedule.
Perry replaced Minnesota start-
er Jim Grant in the second, in-
ning and allowed only one hit
until the eighth. while Harmon
Killebrew and Jimmie Hall hom-
ered for the Twins in a 6-3 vic-
toryover Boston.
Hall rescued southpaw Steve
Barber with a two-hit, four-inning
stint as the Orioles topped Kan-
sas City 6-4 on Curt Blefary'sI
two-run double and Norm Sie-
bern's two-run homer.
Ron Perranoski saved Don
Drysdale's ninth victory-high for
Ma for League
Standinlgls
AMERICAN LEAGUE,
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Minnesota 28 15 .651 -
Chicago 27 16 .628 1
Detroit 25 19 .568 3 f~
Baltimore 26 21 .553 4
Cleveland 21 20 .512 6
x-Lo Angeles 25 25 .500 6r!
Boston 21 23 .477 7 f2
x-Washington 21 28 .429 10
New York 19 26 .422 10
Kansas City 10 30 .250 1614
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Kansas City 4
Minnesota 6, Boston 3
Washington 13, Los Angeles 0 (1st)
Detroit at New York (ppd, rain)
Chicago at Cleveland (ppd, rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Minnesota
Only game scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE

the majors-with three scoreless
relief innings while John Rose-
boro and Wally Moon homered in
the Los Angeles' 4-1 triumph at
St. Louis.

By The Associated Press
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-Michigan
and Purdue were among the 36
five-man teams accepted for play
in the 68th National Intercol-
legiate NCAA Golf Tournament

Small of San Jose State will de-
fend his NCAA crown.
The NCAA field:
District 1: Rhode Island and
Yale. Individuals-Stanley Hiliski,
Connecticut; Pasquale Dipadua,

District 5: Oklahoma State
Houston, North Texas State,
Wichita State, Oklahoma. Indi-
viduals-Hale Irwin, Colorado;.
Ron Schmedemann, Kansas State;
Dick Pierce, St. Louis; Mike Nor-
man. Tulsa: George McManis,
Cincinnati.
District 6: Texas, Texas Chris-
tian, New Mexico State. Individ-
uals-Four to be named.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

Rain cut short the Houston- here June 21-25.1Providence.
Cincinnati game after six innings, The entries, announced yester- District 2: Penn State and
the Reds winning 5-2 on homers day by NCAA golf chairman Bob Pennsylvania. Individuals-Mike
)y Gordie Coleman and John Ed- Kepler of Ohio State, also in- Sanger and Charles McDowell,
wards and a three-run double by lude 32 individuals, making the Princeton; T. R. Jones and Wil-
Tommy Harper. Five other con- total number of players entered liam Cobb, Navy; Kim Chappel,
tests were washed out complete- 212.-Cornell; William Joyner, Army.
ly. Kepler said 10 additional play- Corsll ilia Jor ary.
Washington rocked the Los An- ers will be qualified in the small Ditrict 3: Fiorida, Noith Caro-
geles Angels 13-0 in the first game college tourney prior to the NCAA line, Georgia, Virginia Tech, Ten-
f a twi-night doubleheader be- and six more individuals will be nessee and Florida State.LIndi-
hid Phil Ortega's five-hit pitch- selected. viduals-B. R. McLendon, Louisi-
ana State; Jay Sigel, Wake
ng and the power hitting of Frank The Wolverines were chosen on Forest; Trip O'Donnell, Duke: Bob
Howard and Joe Cunningham. the basis of their runner-up per- Pipkin North Carolina State;
Cunningham singled, doubled and formance in the Big Ten cham- John Laney, Alabama: Russell
hit a three-run homer, driving in pionship held in Lafayette, Ind., Glover, Memphis State; Denny
five runs. Howard delivered four May 21-22. The Hoosiers beat Rouse, Miami; Doug McKeever,
with two homers and a double. Michigan to the title, 1,472-1,486. Davidson.
The Senators led 2-1 after three The University of Houston is District 4: Purdue, Michigan,
innings in the nightcap, defending team champion. Terry Indiana, Notre Dame. Individuals
-David Gumlia, Minnesota; Alex
Antonio, Ohio State; Tom Chap-
man, Iowa; Ken Benson, Michigan
FghtoverA m t State; Bob Littler Jr., Ohio Uni-
versity; John Hogden, Wisconsin;
' ( - A ^ Richard Shephard, Marshall.

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District 7: Arizona State, Brig-14 1.00
ham Young, New Mexico. Individ-
uals-Bruce Summerhays, Utah; Figure 5 averagea
Don Waller, Montana State; Coll C'assified between 1 :00
Jamie Gough, Air Force: Bruce
Seligman. Arizona. Phone 769
Distr'ct 8: San Jose State,
Washington, UCLA, San Diego _
State, California State at Los SUMMER SUBLET
Angeles. Southern California,
Stanford, Seattle, Fresno State. SPACIOUS 22 rm. apt. on campus. F
Individuals-Jim Wiechers, Santa French windows, ample closet & stor-
Clara; John Hedlund, Oregon. ae space, reasonable rent, call 665- -
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NEW YORK (I)-The war be-
tween the National Collegiate
Athletic Association and the
Amateur Athletic Union over con
trol of amateur athletics in the
United States is going full blast
again today. The big loser could
be the track team the United
States yill send against the 'Rus-
sians at Kiev July 31.
The end of an uneasy truce be-
tween the organizations Tuesday
when Everett D. Barnes, president
of the NCAA, warned its members
to boycott the National AAU
Championships at San Diego June
26-27.
Barnes declared in a special
memorandum from Hamilton,
N.Y., where he is director of ath-

letics at Colgate University, that
participation of college-eligible
athletes in the AAU Champion-
ships would place the student's
institution in violation of the j
NCAA by-laws and subject to en-
forcement procedures.
Barnes emphasized that there
would be a violation "whether or
not the student represents his in-
stitution, a club or competes un-
attached."
This places in jeopardy the
prospect of a strong U.S. team be-I
ing selected for the dual meeet
with the Soviet Union. The first
two finishers in each event at the
AAU Championships traditionally
have been named as the U.S. team..

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ARTIST'S STUDIO, $25 month for sum-
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ONE ROOMMATE OPENING in air-
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apartment near campus. Has own
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now. Call 662-6934. U23
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for IIIB.
5-man, Forvm Apt. Call after -5:00
weekdays, 663-2085. U28
WANTED-One roommate (female) to
move into cool, interesting type
apartment located across the street
from East Quad. Call NO 2-8257 after
6:30 p.m. and ask for Barbs Doree or
Rosalie. People who don't like kittens
need not apply. U22

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OR RENT FOR FALL-New, 1 and 2
bdrm. furn. apts. Call 665-8330 after 6
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baths, close to playground in Patten-
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ATTENTION
INGLE & DOUBLE ROOMS for men,
summer and/or fall, right on campus.
Call NO 3-5930. C31
PT., 3 RM., private bath, unfurn.,
$85 mo., East Univ. NO 2-4684. C27

HELP WANTED
PART TIME
12-20 Hours Per Week
National corp. will train men to deliver
advertising gifts and, display work,
sales division. Salary guaranteed 40-60
per week. Car needed. Full time open-
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FIGURE MODEL
Outdoor photo study. Experience not
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MALE VOLUNTEERS wanted for sum-
mer workeamps. Tennessee, Chicago,
Cleveland, and N.Y. state. 3 weeks to
all summer; physical labor and/or
social work. International Voluntary
Service, 1116 E. 54th Place, Chicago,
Ill. 60615. H28
SOME HOUSEHOLD help and babysit-
ting in exchange for room and board,
pleasant home, walking distance from
campus. Call NO 2-5831. H21
BABY SITTER wanted for Wed. & Fri.
nights 'from 7-11, must have own
trans. Call 665-7516. H27
FULL TIME openings for recreation
aide (male), attendants and nurses
aides. Call personnel director, NO
3-8571, ext. 267. H26
BABYSITTING, month of July, family
with 4 children, ages 3 to 8, looking
for mature student, perhaps elem. ed.
major, to accompany them to Lake
Michigan cottage, other help in
household, good salary. 668-7312. H23
JOTN THE DAILY-See Judy Warren
at Student Publications Bldg., 420
Maynard St.
JOBS-Professional, technical, clerical,
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Listed with The Clearing House, 662-
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Scholarship offered! Call 761-2779
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BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
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9-4 Fri., 1-7. 18-21 yrs. old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS
TRIUMPH 500 cc. 1956, excellent con-
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days, 663-4086 nights. Z8
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 5, Houston 2 (called 6
inn, rain)
New York at Chicago (ppd, cold)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (ppd)
Philadephia at Pittsburgh (ppd)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
Houston at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (n)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)
Only games scheduled
U WA

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815 E. ANN
1 & 2 man furnished apts. available
immediately and for fall. One block
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418 E. WASHINGTON
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