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'ilm MICHIGAN IDAILY

WEDNESDAY. JULY 21. 1985

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Braves Win Eighth-Straight Game

DAILY OFFI'

CIAL BULLETIN

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By The Associated Press
The Milwaukee Braves won
their eighth straight game yester-
day, exploding for seven runs in
the seventh inning and 'crushing
the New York Mets 7-1.
Hank Aaron's three-rtln homer
capped Milwaukee's big inning
and sent the Mets reeling to their
10th straight loss. A two-run dou-
ble by Rico Carty and Felipe
Alou's single good for two RBI,
Major League
Standings

were the other key hits for the
Braves.
Bob Shaw pitched seven innings
of no-hit ball for San Francisco
before Ron Santo's bloop single
leading off the eighth broke the
spell for Chicago. Shaw allowed
another hit in the ninth and ran
his record to 9-6 as the Giants
topped the Cubs 2-0.
St. Louis rocked Jim Bunning
for three home runs and defeated
the Philadelphia right-hander 4-

3. Tito Francona, Lou Brock and
Tim McCarver all homered with
McCarver's shot in the sixth prov-
ing decisive.
Bob Bailey walloped a grand
slam home run as Bob Veale sur-
vived a streak of wildness in the
first inning as Pittsburgh defeat-
ed Cincinnati 8-6. Veale walked
the first four batters he faced
as the Reds pushed across three
runs in the first.
Cincinnati starter Sammy Ellis

had a no-hitter going into
fifth when Bailey unloaded
first major league grand slam.

the
his

Pitcher Mel Stottlemyre won his
own game with an inside-the-
park grand slam homer as New 1
York ripped Boston 6-3. The Yan-
kee right-hander, who won his
10th game of the season, connect-
ed in the fifth following two walks
and an infield hit against Red
Sox starter Bill Monbouquette,
Tony Kubek also homered for New
York.
Bobby Knoop got four hits and

pitched a four-hitter as Detroitl
blanked Washington 2-0.
Two-run homers by Russ Sny-
der and Boog Powell lifted Balti-
more to a 6-1 victory over Cleve-
land. Dave McNally pitched the
six-hitter for the Orioles.
to Ask for
Franchise

(Continued from Page 3)
Doctoral Examination for Robert
George Asperger, Chemistry; thesis:
'Asymmetric Synthesis of Alanine Via
an Asymmetric Cobalt (III) Complex
Ion's Template Action," Wed., July 21,
3003 Chemistry Bldg., at 2 p.m. Chair-
man, C. F. Liu.
Doctoral Examination for Robert Rip-
ley Moore, Linguistics; thesis: "A Study
of Hindi Intonation," Wed., July 21,
2219 Angell Hall, at 10 a.m. Chairman,
O. L. Chavarria-Aguilar. .
Doctoral Examination for Donald Al-
ten Dewsbury, Psychology; thesis: "Some
Correlates of Electric Organ Discharge
Frequency in Three Species of Electric
Fishes," Thurs., July 22, 3419 Mason
Hall, at 3 p.m. Chairman, E. L. Walker.

search Chemist. Engrs.: EE, IE, ME. Owens-Illinois, Toledo, Ohio-Varl-
Physicist. Programmers. Locations: Illi- ous openings for Engrs.: Chem., Ceram-
nois or Iowa. ic, Mech., Research. With from 0-8 yrs.
St. Joseph Hospital, Ann Arbor - exper. Also: Annlytical Chemist-MS
Several openings for Clerk-Typists. No Chem. Chemist. Physicist-PhD. Physi-
exp. required; full-time positions. Also cal Chemists- PhD.
seeking Nurses' Aides. Smith, Kline & French Laboratories,
Ann ArbortNews-Part-time (morn- PhiladAphia -Administrative Mgmt.
ing~s) Jerson to do tape cutting & dis- Program-no exper. req. tvlgmt. Systems
tributing. To begin in fall. Analysts-1-4 yrs programming/systems
Roots-Connersville Blower, Conners- exper, Financial Mgmt. Trainee-Acc't.
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will consider recent grad without exper. 3-5 yrs. exper, Fluency in Span. &
Must have strong interest in production French. Sr. Biochemist-PhD Biochem.
area of mfg. & industrial plants. Sr. Medical Writer--BA Eng. with exper.
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-Seeking Mech. EngrS. with master's Prefer 2 yrs. exper. organic synthesis.
degree for Engrg. Research Div., & * * *
grads with engrg. bkgd. plus master's in For further information, please call
business for market planning. Also 764-1460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
seeking man for foreign div. pointments. 3200 SAB.

AMERICAN1

Minnesota
Baltimore
Cleveland
Chicago
Detroit
New York
Los Angeles
Washington
Boston
K(ansas City

LEAGUE
W L Pet.
56 34 .622
52 37 .584
52 37 .584
51 37 .580
48 39 .552
45 48 .484
43 49 .467
38 54 .413
33 55 .375
28 56 .333

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Boston 3
Los Angeles 9, Minnesota 1
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 1 (n)
Detroit 2, Washington 0 (n)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (tn)
Minnesota at Boston (tn)
Kansas City at Baltimore (tn)
Cleveland at Detroit (tn)
Los Angeles at Washington (n)

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Angeles Angels walloped Minneso- Milwaukee County Board of Sup-
ta 9-1. Marcellino Lopez breezed ervisors voted yesterday to apply ANNOUNCEMENTS:
to his 10th victory with a four- to both the American and Na- E. I. DuPont de Nemours, wilming-
hitter as the American League- tional leagues for a new baseball ton, Del.-will interview Fri., July 23
laigTwins lost their fifth gamefrnhsasptofhetaeg for editors & writers for general com-
leadingfranchise as part of the strategy pany publications. Non-tech. & non-
in the last seven. in pressing an antitrust suit advertising writing. General Lib. Arts &
Willie Horton walloped a two- against the Milwaukee Braves. Journalism backgrounds. Make appoint-
ments immned. Call 764-7460, Bureau of
run homer and Dave Wickersham The Braves will move to Atlanta Appointments.
~-- after this season, POSITION OPENINGS:
A FL To View i eaParsonsCorp.,Traverse City, Mich.
L1 ion of the applications by ,bothI -Confidential Secretary to work in
leagues, leaving the city without treasurers' office. Statistical typing,
prospects of a major league club rapid shorthand speed.
Mllim i O ffer would' strengthen the county's Deere & Co., Moline, Ill, - Seeking
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NATIONALJ

xLos Angeles
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
xllouston
Chicago
New York

LEAGUE
W L Pct.
56 38 .596
52 40 .565
49 40 .551
48 40 .545
47 43 .522
46 46 .500
47 47 .500
40 42 .455
42 51 .452
29 63 .315

WASHINGTON OUTFIELDER DON LOCK is caught in a run-
down between second and third base in the second inning of
Tuesday's game between the Senators and the Detroit Tigers.
Washington got enough men around the bases safely, however,
to win the game 8-0. Detroit came back to win last night 2-0.

lvzv xurt_ - ne American
Football League will screen fran-
chise applicants from Miami,
Fla., in a two-day session begin-
ning today, with indications that
the southern city will be voted in-
to the league for the 1966 season.
Sat., July 24 (9-4)
Sign up Wed
July 21 (1-4)
STUDENT OFFICES
2nd floor Union
Sponsored by UAC

BEER, Spaghetti,
Ravioli, Wine
and PIZZA
&,n 6 s O's Ya/ian Village
114 E. Washington

SUMMER
STUDENT DIRECTORY
ON SALE TODAY
at the Bookstores
and at the
Student Publications

Building

x-Late games not included
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3
Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 6
Milwaukee 7, New York 1
San Francisco 2, Chicago 0
Houston at Los Angeles, night
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Los Angles (n)
Cincinnati at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Chicago
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
St. Louis at Houston (n)

STEAK AND SHAKE
1 31 3 South University
1/z POUND CHARBROILED HAMBURGER STEAK
Salad, Potatoes, Bread and Butter ........$1.10
LIVER AND ONIONS
Salad, Potatoes, Bread ard Butter ........$1.00

50c

50c

Ci

97u VIRGINI/MNx
State Street on Campus RESTAURANT Phone NO 3-3441
SPECIAL DINNER-THUR., FRI., SAT.
BROILED PETITE

NEW YORK STRIP STEAK
Onion Ring Garnish, French Fried PUotatoes,$50
Tossed Garden Salad, Roll and Butter,
Hot Coffee.
SUMMER HOURS

OF YOUR HAIR!!

* NO WAITING
* 5 BARBERS

7 A.M.-8 P.M. Daily'

Closed Sundays

AIR-CONDITIONED
DASCOLA BARBERS
Near Michigan Theatre
SALES POSITIONS
OPEN
ANN ARBOR AREA
GUARANTEED SALARY
Plus Commission.
CONTACT MR. HALL
at 76T-1488,
extension 13,
10 A.M.-3 P.M. Daily

*1*
Even the pens work better at
ANN ARBOR BANK
3 CAMPUS OFFICES
* East Liberty Street Near Maynard
+ South University at East University
" Plymouth Road at Huron Parkway
fN And 4 More Offices Serving
ANN ARBOR/DEXTER
WHITMORE LAKE
...............5.

B EN SEMI-ANNUAL SAL
ALL ITEMS chosen for this sale are from our regular stock.
They represent excellent values andtare reduced for quick clearance.
SUITSCLOTHING
2%o 50% OFF 2Pts Top CoatsF
§ Icue ohSme n 20% to 50% off 20% to 50% OFF
ncludes both Surmmer and§
Winter weights. Special Group Specials Group
Sport Coats Rain Coats
20% 50% OFF Special Group
St oSpcSpecial Group
Includes both Summer and at Great Reductions Reduced
Winter weights.
FURNISHINGS
I-
LadesSaljSort Sirts'
Short and Long Sleeves Including Knits
This sale represents a fine se-
Group 1-6.50 to 7.95 lection of our specially designed 4.50 to 4.95 . . . 3.50
4.95 (3 for 14.50)r 5.50 to 5.95 . . 3.95
§ Shiirts - Shorts 6.50 to 6.95. ..4.95
Group 2-8.95 to 10.95 - 7.50 to 8.956.50
S cS r9.50 to 10.95 . 7.95
§,(3 for 17.50)
Raincoats &
Robes.. 25% to 50% o Tweed Coats Pajamas 25% off
§ Special Group Special Group
§ _BELTS
§ BELTS Bermuda Shorts IA.I##§
Special Group-Reduced BNeckwear
§ Special Group
§ Straw Hats .. 50% off 2.00.... .1.35
§ at Great Reductions 2.50...... 1.65
3.50 to 4.00 . . 2.65
~Hosierv 20% ofll * . -7 c t

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PUBLIC PICNIC
German Park
Pontiac Trail
Sat., July 24
5:30 P.M.
GERMAN FOOD
REFRESHMENTS
DANCING
Must Be 21

Want to see a funny play?
THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF
When's the fun begin?
8:00 P.M. July 21-24
Where's the nicest theatre in the state?
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