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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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by TOM WEINBERG
Sports Editor

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. Saturday

Boxing Got
What It Deserved
What's right is right. What's wrong is wrong.
The conclusion I drew from watching the world championship
fiasco Tuesday night is just about that simple.
Boxing is corrupt and changes are sorely nee'ded, but it's ironic
that this particular fight ended the way it did and that this one might
have been the straw that broke the gangsters back. Acually, it's almost
ashame.
A shame because boxing, if operated under the proper jurisdic-
tion and supervision, with the right management and participants, has
a place as a healthy diversion to the public. As minister-to-be Bob
Timberlake never said, but was quoted as saying, "There's nothing
wrong with good clean violence." Maybe in our society, there's no way
to have good clean violence, but that's another issue.
What remains is that there not only was no violence Tuesday
night in Lewiston, Maine, but that the whole mess reeked of filth.
t Again, ironically, if the fight had been fixed, it probably would
have been in favor of Liston, to set up a profitable rubber match. But
#he ineptness of referee Jersey Joe Walcott coupled with the ineffi-
ciency and inexperience of the Maine Boxing Commission's officials
created enough chaos that Muhammed Ali (ne Clay) managed to
ooze away with another suspicious victory. This one, piled on top of
the abortion that the dregs of humanity staged in Miami Beach 15
months ago, after skirting around enough taxlaws and court rulings
to make a few quick million possible, might spell the beginning of a
new era in boxing.
It just doesn't logically figure that anybody would be stupid
enough to fix a fight to end the way this one did-on no punch at all
in the first round.
So, what happened?
Personality Mismatch
Obviously the answer lies in the whole condition of boxing today,
but digressing to the fight itself, there's a fairly simple explanation.
Sonny Liston not only is a bad human being, but when he's matched
against Clay, the Bear's personality can't withstand. I don't think
Liston would have much of a chance of beating Clay under normal
conditions, but that's safe to say because, with those two individuals
so enmeshed ini the corruption that permeates from professional box-
ing, conditions could never be normal.
Despite this, I still think Clay always would have the psychologi-
cal edge and for Liston to win he would have to overcome it with a
Tulverizing punch that would 4e out of character.
The Big Bear has been psyched out by Clay ever since a bunch
of legitimate Louisville businessmen bit off more than they could
chew and began promoting the boxing skill of the young Olympian.
On Tuesday, Liston was psyched out before he ever entered the ring.
The phony fisticuffs at the afternoon weigh-in was just a planned
demonstration of Clay's upper hand put on for the benefit of the
evening editions. When the fighters entered the ring, Liston once
more showed that he was a beaten man. Clay was in control when he
sneered at the monster during the instruction period and it became
unmistakenly clear after less than a minute of action that Clay had
goaded the giant into prancing and dancing, rather than following
the persistent pursuit pattern that his months of training keyed him
for.
What the dreg in. Clay's corner, Angelo Dundee, has said all
along, that his boy had a certain whammy over Liston, he wasn't far
from wrong. Just as he did in the first fight, Liston convinced him-
self that he was beaten, only instead. of leading him to his corner
stool as it did the first time, it led him to the canvas.
That's the reason why he went down (assuming that it wasn't an
outright fix).But why Liston lost the fight is another issue. Liston,
for all his sins over the years, really was, victimized this time.
The referee should have the final say in a fight, even if he's
wrong (i.e., Dempsey and the long count). But Jersey Joe didn't do
the job, Liston really never knew the fight was over. When he went
down and his half-witted opponent was too busy gloating to go to
the neutral corner, and when Jersey Joe didn't count, what was the
Bear to think other than that the fight was still going?
So, poor Sonny was victimized. Poor little millionaire gangster
Sonny.
Poetic Justice
In the aggregate, of course, it's only just that Sonny be victimized.
Not for the superficial reason that Sonny's a bad man and he got
what he deserved. Clay's worse, if that's possible.
It goes much deeper than that. Boxing on the professional level
-and maybe it's inherent in the nature of the sport and our society-
is a rotten business. If it weren't, there would be no reason why a
championship fight like this wasn't permitted in Chicago, New York
or Boston. And there wouldn't have been all the confusion with the
referee and the ring officials if professional boxing were conducted
in an alra of legality and decency. It's because the fight game, from
the managers, promoters and fighters on down, is corrupt that an
ignorant and inept referee like Jersey Joe would have any chance of
being selected and that the fight was shunted off to a neutral corner
of the country in a youth center hockey rink.
Yes sir, right is right and wrong is wrong. The miserable show-
ing Tuesday night is nothing less than professional boxing deserves.
Ironically, as usually happens to wrong people and things, they got
what they deserved for the wrong reasons.

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month. Call NO 5-7451. Y1
HOMES FOR SALE by owners, listed
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C32
SINGLE APT. Furn., good location,
utilities incl. Inquire 9-5 at 416E.
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ATTENTION
SINGLE & DOUBLE ROOMS for men,
summer and/or fall, right on campus.
Call NO 3-5930. C31
APT., 3 RM., private bath, unfurn.,
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3 BDRM. FURN. House, small back yard.
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offer. 662-7384. C24

SUMMER SUBLET
2 BDRMS., unfurn., mod. apt. $125.
801 Miller. Call 665-9591 after 5. U33
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apt., June 12 or thereabouts to Aug.,
good location, 4 rms., 1 or 2 man apt..
1 bdrm., porch. TV, big sacrifice.
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daily and anytime weekends. U32
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ARTIST'S STUDIO, $25 month for sum-
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MAYNARD HOUSE ON CAMPUS, air-
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521 WALNUT-Large 2 rm. studio, furn.,
summer, $65/mo.; fall $75/mo. Also
single furn, rooms for rent. Call NO
8-6906. U25
ONE ROOMMATE OPENING in air-
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FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for IIIB.
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weekdays. 663-2085. U28
FURNISHED APT. for two avail, for
July and Aug. Reasonable rent. Very
close to campus. Call 662-4044 after
noon. U24.

K HELP WANTED
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.
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JOIN THE DAILY-See Judy Warren
at Student Publications Bldg.,r420
Maynard St.
DENTAL HYGIENIST WANTED, Garden
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JOBS-Professional, technical, clerical,
restaurant, etc. Full and part-time.
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BLOOD DONORS
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igan, Ypsilanti. Mich. H29
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Decca stereo record player,
very good cond. $45. Call Kahn eve-
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FOR SALE-Older model Admiral con-
sole 21" TV, UHF. AM-FM, record
player, very cheap. Call 662-2493. B8
1965nMAGNAVOX stereo withtrecords
and 1965 Magnavox TV with UHF
tuner. Both $200 or $110 each. Call
NO 2-9302 btwn. 5 and 7 p.m. B9
FOR SALE - 1965 Austin-Healey 3000
MKIII. All extras. 10,000 miles. $3300
or best offer, will sell immediately.
Call 665-2378 between 5:30-6:00. B5

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'63 HONDA CUB 50. excellent condition.
Call 665-3280. Z7
1964 LAMBRETTA, excellent condition.
Call 668-8213 after 5:00. Z6
BMW 250 cc. 1959, 34,000 miles. $400.
Call Jeff days 764-9300 or dinner
time 663-4086. Z4
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NEW CARS AND SERVICE
506 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti
HU 2-2175
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USED CARS
1964 CHEVY I auto. trans., 4 dr.
sedan with radio, white tires. $1595.
Call 761-2733 or 662-9414. N18
1962 VWV BUS. 9 passenger. 21,000 miles,
excel. cnd.Call 665-3359., NI7
SUNBEAM 1960 convertible. $700. Call
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3 CAR Family selling 2 cars, both excel
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TRIUMPH TR-4, 1964 roadster. Clean.
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windshield washer. Green, black
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ALPHA-1963 Sprint Speciale. One own-
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Morgan Road. N1
MGB '6 . Blue Roadster, wire wheels,
luggace rack, radio. 665-5620. N8
'59 OLDS. 4 door station wagon. Call
NO 3-3547. N2

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TENNIS LESSONS-Grad student with
instruction experience. 663-7211. F30
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NEED A TUTOR for statistics (Soc.,
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RENT YOUR TV from NEJAO
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GARAGE WANTED - To rent, near
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TRANSPORTATION
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early Sat. morning. Call Scott, 662-
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leaving June 1. Call Earl, 663-4495. 07

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815 E. ANN
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110 N. THAYER'
2, 3, & 4 man, modern furnished
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carpeting, etc. Less than one block
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Campus Management
662-7787 eves. & Sun. 663-9064
022
Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: Married, 2, 3, or 4 person
apts. from $95 to $240. Campus loca-
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-summer sublets also avail.
PATRICK J. PULTE. INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
after 5 p.m., NO 3-1121
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AVAILABLE AUG. 15 & FOR SUMMER
SUBLET-Large 3 or 4 person apts.
Also large furn. rooms. NO 2-2197 or
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ATTRACTIVE, 2 bdrm., large furn.
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Heat, water included. Grad women
students, married couples preferred.
$150 mo. Call NO 5-4740 or see 1523
S. Univ. C5
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fireplace, newly decorated. Hill-
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$220 mo. Call NO 3-6528. C3
ROOMS FOR MEN
$20 per month
TV Lounge, Air conditioned
Complete Snack Kitchen
Call 8-9593
Cl,
418 E. WASHINGTON
On Campus-Half Block from Frieze
WASHINGTON
MANOR
NOW LEASING
FOR FALL, 1965
Apts. for 2 and 3 Men
ONE BEDROOM & STUDIO APART-
MENTS, LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED,
AIR - CONDITIONED, BALCONIES,
SOUND-PROOF CONSTRUCTION.

WANTED-One roommate (female) toI
move into cool, interesting type
apartment located across the street
from East Quad, Call NO 2-8257 after
6:30 pm. and ask for Barb, Doree or
Rosalie. People who don't like kittens
need not apply. U22j
WASHTENAW-SOUTH U.
3 bedroom apts. avail. June 1
4 mei-$25-each
3 men-$30 each
2 men-$35 each
Cal] Ron, 761-2795
U21
SUMMER ONLY-Near campus, 5 room,
furn. for 3 or 4. 453-6006. U15
REDUCED FOR THE SUMMER
Furnished and unfurnished for 1-4
people. Call 663-7268. U7
2ND SESSION, for 2, 3 or 4, new air
cond. apt. Bargain summer rates.
Call 668-8723,B665-8330 or 665-2689.U3
4 PEOPLE to sublease apt. May 5 to
Sept, 1. Furn and air cond. Call
HU 3-6100, ext. 3960. US
ROOM AND BOARD
CO-OPS are a good place to eat this
summer. Bfiard $11 per wk. Room
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RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd., 'Ypsilanti, Mich.
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Ecumenical Campus Staff
presents
FRIDAY, May 28 ... Dinner at Presbyterian
Campus Center, 1432 Washtenaw
Phone NO 2-3580 for dinner reservations
After dinner, come with us to see THE HERO
in Trueblood Auditorium, Frieze Bldg.
Discussion afterwards at the Baptist
Student Center, 502 E. Huron
SUNDAY, May 30 ... Protestant Dialogue, 7:00 P.M.
at Lutheran Student Center, Hill & Forest Streets
"Meaning of Sacraments to Modern Protestants"
Above programs are sponsored by the following groups:
Baptist, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian,
United Church of Christ, Disciples, and E.U.B.

BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
owned articles.
Autos, motorcycles, bikes, T V.,
Hi-Fi's, furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574. 9 a.m. to 9 pim.

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Clay Dismisses
Fix Possibility
CHICOPEE, Mass. (P)-Accord-
ing to heavyweight champion
Cassius Clay, Sonny Liston "is too
dull and too slow to be a fixer in
a fight."
With that, Clay dismissed com-
plaints that the Clay-Liston title
bout at Lewiston, Maine, Tuesday
night was fixed.
"Besides," he told a press con-
ference yesterday at his pre-fight
training camp, "if the fight had
been fixed, Liston would have
waited more than one round to
make it look good."
I'm Wrong'
The talkative Clay wailed, "I'm
wrong regardless of what actually
happened."
He said he hit Liston "flush
with all of my 206 pounds and
they hated to give me credit." He
said, "Television can't show how
solid a punch is thrown..:.'
The champion, who heads for
his Louisville home today, already
is promoting his next bout al-
though no arrangements for a
bout have been announced.
OnUnnent

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB

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211-213 N. Main St. 668-9753
Specializing in GERMAN FOOD,
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PARKING ON ASHLEY ST.
Hours: Daily I11 A.M.-2 A.M. Closed Mondays

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Cafeteria Open 7 Days
Sun.-Thurs. 1:30 A.M.-8:00 P.M.
Friday and Saturday until 8:30 P.M.

FOR APPOINTMENT
CALL NO 8-6906

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 2, Minnesota 0
Kansas City at Baltimore (ppd., rain)
Washington 9, Los Angeles 6
Detroit 4, New York 1
only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago (n)j
Cleveland at Detroit (n)
Kansas City at Boston (n)
Los Angeles at Baltimore (2, t-n)
Minnesota at Washington (2, t-n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
x-Los Angeles 25 15 .625 -
Cincinnati 23 16 .590 11r
St. Louis 23 17 .575 2
x-Milwaukee 19 16 .543 3/
San Francisco 22 20 .524 4
Chicago 19 21 .475 6
Houston 20 24 .455 7
Philadelphia 18 22 .450 7
New York 16 25 .390 91,
Pittsburgh 15 24 .385 9Y.
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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PART TIME
To do first class
FINISH INKING OF
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
at your home.
Must have own instruments
and board for 18"
by 24" tracings.
Phone 662-5585

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