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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2.1965

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Five-Game Streaks End

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phoe 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

By The Associated Press
The St. Louis Cardinals pulled
out of a five-game tailspin and
checked San Francisco's winning
string at five yesterday, edging
the Giants 2-1 behind the five-
hit pitching of left-hander Ray
Sadecki.
Sadecki stymied the Gialits ex-
cept for Willie McCovey's 12th
home run and picked up his sec-
ond victory ITn six decisions. Two
of Bill White's three hits off San
Francisco ace Juan Marichal, 7-5,
started scoring innings for the
Cardinals.
White singled in the fourth in-
ning, raced all the way to third
when right fielder Jesus Alou
booted the ball and scored on a
ground out. In the sixth, White
singled and was forced at second
by Ken Boyer, who mover ,up on
an infield outand scored on Dick
Groat's single.
Jim Hickman's second home run
of the game spearheaded a six-
run rally in the fifth inning, lift-
ing the New York Mets past the
Chicago Cubs 10-5. The Mets bat-
tered Cub pitching for 15 hits,
three each by Joe Christopher,
Chuck Hiller and Roy McMillan.
Larry Bearnath was the win-
ner in relief of Warren Spahn,
touched for 10 singles in 3% in-
nings.
George Brunet scattered seven
hits as the Los Angeles Angels
trimmed Boston 4-1 in the only
American League game scheduled.
Rookie Jose Cardenale and Julio
Gotay hit key doubles for the An-
gels, and Cardenale stole home.

Can Yankees Make It
Six Titles in a Row?

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Owner going to Europe. Call 865-2443.
N19

By JOE REICHLER
Associated Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK-Will the New
York Yankees be able to come
from behind and win the Ameri-
can League pennant again?
They almost always do. At least,
they have in the past. The Yan-
kees haven't lost a pennant since;
1959. In each of the last five
years, they had to come from be-

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was in 1963 when they were tiednHuron. C28 own bdrm., washer, dryer, piano,
with the Cleveland Indians for --------------__ nicely furn. near campus and Hosp.
first place. The Yankees went on NO 5-9675. U36
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games off the pace, never were - - conditioned, modern, two-bedroom
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MICKEY MANTLE

xaxees were in f1th place, 4%
games behind Chicago. They went'
on to win their fifth straight flag,
one game over the White Sox.
1960 Worst
The Yankees' worst Junk 1 posi-t
tion in the last six years was in
1960 when they bided their time
in fourth place, six games behind
the league leading Baltimore Ori-
oles. At the end, it was the Yan-
kees by eight games over the run-
ner-up Orioles.
The next year, the Yankees
found themselves in third place,{
trailing the front-running Detroit
Tigers by four games. They de-:
feated the Tigers by eight games,
that year.
In 1962, the Yankees were in
second place, only a game behind
the Cleveland Indians. New York
won by five games, with Cleve-
land finishing sixth and Min-j
nesota second.
Made It Up
While the present 912 deficit
may appear insurmountable, the
fact is that the Yankees made up
more than that in three of the
past five years, since ."June 1.
They made up 14, games in 1960,
12 in 1961, 6 in 1962, 10/2 in
1963 and 51/2 in 1964.
It must be pointed out that,j
with the exception of 1963, the
Yankees were at full strength for

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Gotay reached base on an error"
in the third inning, scoring on D
Cardenale's double and an infield Url s
out. Cardenal then stole home for
the second time this year. A walk,
singles by Paul Schaal and Bob i
Rodgers and Gotay's double add-
ed two more runs in the seventh. " ,n
The Pittsburgh Pirates put their ; C a s in

Do
[han
500

11-game winning streak on the
line against visiting Philadelphia,
and Houston entertained Milwau-
kee in National League games.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Minnesota
Chicago
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Los Angeles
Boston
New York
Washington
Kansas City

W
27
27
25
25
21
25
21
19
20
10

L
15
16
19
21
20
24
22
26
28
29

Pee.
.643
.628
.569
.543
.512
.510
.488
.422
.417
.256

GB
14
3,
4
51
61,
91.
10
15?/

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 4, Boston 1
Only game scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (t-n)
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Minnesota (n)
Washington at Los Angeles (2,t-n)

INDIANAPOLIS (P)-The bag-
pipes played long and loudly for
Scot Jimmy Clark's record-smash-
ing big Indianapolis 500-mile auto
race triumph in a safe, sane but
mechanically fatal Memorial Day
motor classic.
It was the first victory by a
foreigner since the 1916 race was
won by Italy's Dario Resta.
However, paens also sounded
for the greatest showing by rookie
drivers, who won five of the first;
nine places in Monday's metholical
grind which bowled out ailing ma-
chines like ten-pins.
Less Durable
The new breed of rear-engine
speedsters, 27 in all against four
one-time Offenhauser roadsters
and two ill-fated Novis, was far
less durable than the new breed
of drivers.
Twenty-two cars were knocked'
out of the race, most of them be-
fore it was half finished, leaving
only 11 running when Clark won
with a record average of 150.686
m.p.m., about five miles ahead of
runner-up Parnelli Jones of Tor-
rance, Calif., the 1963 champion.
Nine of 17 ,rear-engine Fords
and nine of 10 rear engine Offys
limped off the track. Two of the
four Of fy roadsters. finished, but'
neither Novi did.
Third Place
Third was Italian-born rookie
Mario Andretti, now from Na-
zareth, Pa., who as well as Clark
and Jones shattered the former
record of 147.3 m.p.h. set by 1964
winner A. J. Foyt of Housten, Tex.
Luckless Foyt, Monday's pole
driver and also 1961 champion,
virtually handed the race to Clark
when the transmission failed on
his mod ified Lotus-Ford after{
battling the Scot closely for 290
miles.

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662-7787 eves. & Sun. 603-9064
C22
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FOR FALL: Married. 2, 3, or 4 personI
apts. from $95 to $240. Campus loca-
tion, new and used buildings. Cheap
suimer sublets also avail.-

2ND SESSION, for 2, 3 or 4, new air
2cnd apt Bagain summer rates.
Call 668 8't23, 665 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. U5
PERSONAL
SIN A NEW INTERPRETATION!
Do you understand what sin is? Do;
you really know what the word
means? Do you think it's a meaning-
ful concept today? We'll be discuss-
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to'iight at 7:30 in Room 3C of the
Union. Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship. F36
SPRING-SUMMER FUN!
Join the University Activities Center
summer committee. Come to Student
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Another important factor has A - F
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Howard is still disabled, Mantle apt Pano, garage. Near campus.
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Whitey has become strictly a $150 mo Call NO 5-4740 or see 1523
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

IdtkMax Shulman
for Kellogg's.
(By the author of Dobie Gillis,
Rally Round the Flag, Boys, etc.)

Los Angeles
San Francisco
Cincinnati
St. Louis
x-Milwaukee
x-Housion
x-Philadelphia
x-Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
x-Late game

W
29
26
24
24
21
23
20
20
20
18

L
17
21
20
21
19
25
24
24
25
29

Pet.
.630
.553
.545
.533
.525
.479
.455
.455
.444
.383

GB
31/
4
414
5
7
8
8
11z

not included.

The Yankees have scored three
or fewer runs in 17 of their 45
games. And seven of the other
nine clubs have hit more home
runs.
Will the Yankees come back?
They've got four months to show
whether they can do it again.
Astros, Angels
Complete Swap
HOUSTON P) -- Veteran out-
fielder Al Spangler was traded by
the Houston Astros yesterday to
the Los Angeles Angeles for right-
handed pitcher Don Lee in a
straight player deal.

TV Lounge, Air conditioned
Complete Snack Kitchen
Call 8-9593
Cl
418 E. WASHINGTON
On Campus-Half Block from Frieze
WASH INGTON
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livery. Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
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with compatible backgrounds, inter-
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MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 10, Chicago 5
St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (inc)
Milwaukee at Houston (inc)
Only gamesascheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago
Houston at Cincinnati (n)
Philadetphia at Pittsburgh (n)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (n)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)

SEL IT NOW-The '65 Yamaha with
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122 E. Washington

Have you ever met a kid who
didn't hate his own' name? Of
course you haven't. Take a typi-
6i1 case-me.
When I was an infant and my
parents kept saying "Max".tone,
I didn't pay too much attention.
I thought it was just another one
of the expressions they were al-
ways throwing at me, like "Heel!"
and "Fetch!' and "Down, sir!"
Then, suddenly on my first birth-
day came the horrifying realiza-
tion that I was Max-Max was
me-me Max--Maxforever! "Oh,
calumny!" I shrieked at my par-
ents. "Oh, foul!" I howled, belt-
ing the cat with my pacifier.
"Max! Oh, what a crummy trick
to play on a helpless baby!"
Cussing mightily, I stomped to
my room and took an oath that
as soon as I was allowed to cross
the street, I would head for the
nearest judge and get my name
changed to something more suit-
able-Trigger, for instance.
Well, today I think more kindly
of my parents, for I am a parent
myself and I know what a dia-
bolical 'ob it is to find names for
kids. Then my wife and I were
waiting for our first baby, it was
nothing unusual for us to spend
ten, twelve, even fourteen hours
sifting and discarding the Wil-
lams and Marys and Johns and
Janes and Toms and Dicks and-
Harriets and every other name
in the book.
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"Dear," I said to my wife at
the end of one fruitless all-night
session, "let's do this scientifi-
cally. What, exactly, are we look-
ing for in a name?"
"Something different," she re-
plied. "If it's a boy, for example,
what would be a really unusual
name for him?"'
"Margaret?" I said hopefully.
"Yes, unusual," admitted my
wife, "but not exactly what I had
in mind. The important thing for a
boy is a name that connotes
strength and majesty and
courage."
"Simba?" I suggested.
"Tell you what," said my wife,
"let's drop boys for a mirute and
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our children. They complain bit-
terly about their names of course,
all three of them, but let me tell
you that my wife and I can say
with clear conscience that we
searched long and diligently, ex-
ploring every possibility, before
we decided to call them Flopsy,
Mopsy, and Cottontail.
* * *
You know what's even harder
than finding a name for a new
baby? Here's what: finding a
name for a new breakfast cereal.
Take, for instance, what hap
pened a few years ago in the
boardroom of the Kellogg Com-
pany in Battle Creek, M\ichigan.
"Gentlemen,' said the chairman
of the board to all the executives,
"our laboratories have just per-
fected a new cereal which is 45%
high-quality protein, 99% fat
free, and contains defatted wheat
germ plus 10 vitamins and miner-
als. A one-ounce serving of this
cereal-only one ounce, mark
you-provides more nourishment
than many a full meal. You can
eat the cereal as it comes; you can
sprinkle it on other cereals, or add
it to casseroles, salads, desserts,
or practically anything.... Now,
gentlemen, I have called you here
to help me think of a name for
this new cereal. So concentrate!"
The executives furrowed their
costly brows and pondered
deeply, silently.
"Concentrate, gentlemen, con-
centrate," urged the chairman
of the board as the minutes
ticked by.
Then, all of a sudden, the chair-
man leaped to his feet. "Eureka!"
"Eureka!" he cried. "That's it!"
The executives all crowded
around and pumped his hand.
"You've done it again, Boss!"
they cried. "What a name for a
cereal-Kellogg's Eureka!"
"No, no, no!" said the chair-
man crossly. "Kellogg's Con-
centrate!"
And Kello--'s Concentrate is
what they called it. And you will
find it in a little gold box at your
grocer's. And you will be glad

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