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Page Six

"THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 19, 1968

Page Six THE MICHiGAN I~A1LY Wednesday, June 19, 1968

Fishbach,

Marcus

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left

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NCAA' s

By PHIL BROWN
sports Editor
Special To The Daily
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The'
National Collegiate Tennis Cham-
pionships wore through a second
grueling day here yesterday with
few upsets being recorded.
Two rounds of singles were
played, cutting the number of re-
maining players to 16; 32 dou-
bles teams remain after yester-
day's second round of competi-
tion.
The biggest surprise of the day
was the elimination of two South-
ern Cal singles entrants - Tom
Leonard and Steve Avoyer. Leon-
ard was ousted by Greg Hilley of,
Florida in the third round, while
Avoyer defaulted to Armstead
Neely of Florida because of shoul-
der soreness.
These losses may still not be
enough to halt the Trojan jug-
gernaut, however. USC swept into
a tie for the team lead on the
strength of singles wins by Stan
Smith and Bob Lutz and successes
by both Trojan doubles pairs.,
This is not to say ,however, that
the road ahead will be a smooth
one for Southern Cal. UCLA has
three men still eligible for to-

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
FREDERICK LaBOUR
Michigan suffered some pain-
ful defeats in yesterday's com-
petition (with the fate of the
draw largely at fault) but two
Wolverines are still in the run-
ning for doubles' honors.
Only Pete Fishbach and Brian
Marcus are left to represent Mich-
igan, and they go against Mike
Estep and Zan Guerry of Rice
today.
The second Wolverine doubles
team of Dick Dell and Jon Hain-
line succumbed to USC's Avoyer
and Leonard in the second period.
Dell, who unseated Oklahoma's
Terry Snow Monday, gained the
fourth round easily by dumping

Bobby Heald of South Carolina,
6-3, 6-2.
The moment of victory was
short-lived, however. Dell ran in-
to Ed Grubb of UCLA and played
into a lengthy two-set match.
Dell battled valiantly before
falling 11-9 in the first set, blow-
ing his match point on an easy
missed overhit. Grubb was sharp
in winning the second set, 6-4.
Fishbach ran into an even
tougher opponent-fourth seeded
Roy Barth of UCLA-and wound
up on the short end of a one-
sided (6-0, 6-2) match.
Mhigan coach Bill Murphy
had kind words for both the tour-,
nament and the facilities.
"The only problem here is the
number of people entered," he
noted. "It takes too long to get
everybody through.
"But this is certainly the finest
tennis plant I've ever seen," he
continued. "There's not a school
in the country that has anything]
to compare with it."
Trinity, a tennis-happy little
school, with an enrollment of
21,000 dedicated Sunday the new
George W. Delavan tennis sta-
dium, an eight court unit that
seats 1,000 in shaded comfort.
The stadium replaces the exist-
ing four court varsity plant, a 600
set facility, built in the late
1950's.
The pace will relax here start-

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Tigers blitz on and on and on

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Earl Wilson con-
tinued his mastery over his former
Boston teammates last night but
needed ninth-inning help from
Pat Dobson to preserve Detroit's
2-1 victory over the Red Sox.
It was the 12th win in 15 games
for the American League-leading
Tigers.
Wilson walked Carl Yastrzemski
to open the ninth, wild pitched
him to second and threw one ball
to Ken Barrelson before Dobson
came on.
Barrelson then singled, scoring
Yastrzemski, and Reggie Smith
singled Harrelson to third. But
Harrelson was out at the plate on
Rico Petrocelli's tap to Dobson
and pinch hitters Dalton Jones
and Jerry Adair struck out.
Wilson, 5-4, beat his old team
for the seventh time in eight de-
cisions since coming to Detroit in
a mid-1966 deal.
* * *
ATLANTA - Mack Jones turn-
ed on his former Atlanta team-
mates by crashing a two-run
homer in the ninth inning last

night that gave the Cincinnati
Reds a 7-5 victory over the Braves.
Jones, traded from the Braves
to the Reds last winter, broke a
5-5 tie by connecting off Claude
Raymond after the Atlanta re-
liever walked pitcher Ted Aber-
nathy with one out in the ninth.
The victory snapped a three-
game losing string for the Reds
and ended Atlanta's winning
skein at three games.

PETE FISHBACH

day's fifth round singles play,
and in an excellent position to
challenge their cross town rivals.
The Bruins and Rice are tied
with the Trojans at 17 points,
while Trinity, Miami, and Florida
are together at 14.

DICK DELL
ihg with today's competition. The
size of the tournament's fieldA-
nearly 300 - has necessitated
running preliminary matches con-
stantly from 8 a.m. until sun-
down.
A lightened schedule has al-
ready shown defectors, giving
many of the competitors their
first chance to' tour San An-
tonio's "Hemisfair '68," a Texas
version of what a world's fair
ought to be.

Major League
StandingsU.
AMERi:ICAN LEAGUE
W6L Pct, GB

ST. LOUIS - Bobby Tolan
smashed his first home run of the
season and Nelson Brles scattered
eight hits, leading the St. Louis
Cardnals to a 1-0 victory over the
Chicago Cubs last night.
Tolan's blast off Bill Hands
leading off the fifth was all Briles
neded to win his eighth game of
the year against five setbacks for
the National League leading Car-
dinals.
Chicago twice had potential ral-
lies killed by double plays which,
in both cases, involved Johnny
Edwards, the. Cardinals' catcher.
CLAY-THROWING
and
SMALL SCULPTURE
(2 courses)
Jure 21-July 12
1-3 P.M. Mon., Wed., Fri.
or 6 :30-8 :30P.M
0 lessons $70:00
including lab fee
Clay and. Small

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Detroit
xBaltimn
Clevelan
Minneso
xOaklan
Boston
xNew Y
xcalifor
Chicago
Washin
x-Late

42 22 .656 -
lore 32 .29 .525 S
nd 34 31 .523 8
rta 33 31 .516 9
nd 31 31 .500 91/
29 30 .492 101/2
York 29 33 .468 111/
rnia 29 33 .468 111/2
27 33 .450 12
gton 24 37 .393 16/2
game not included

MORNING VIEW:
WMU hies two black coaching aids

"and after me, the turtles and the elephants"

By The Associated Press
0 KALAMAZOO, Mich.-Three
riew athletic assistants including
the first fulltime Negro coaches
in the school's history were rec-
ommended yesterday for assign-
ment at Western Michigan Uni-
versity this fall.5
Recommendation of assistant-
ships for Charles Comer, 30, in
football, Fred Decker in baseball
and Fletcer Lewis, 32, in track will
be submitted formally by Dr. Jo-
seph T. Hoy, athletic director to
the board of trustees on Friday
for approval.
Comer and Lewis are Negroes.
The effective date of the ap-,
pointments is Aug. 19.
Negrot athletes at Western Mich-
igan last month demanded and
were granted a meeting with
school officials to discuss charges
of discrimination by the athletic
staff.
* * *
S KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-Darris
McCord, 35, defensive end for the
Detroit Lions, said yesterday he is
retiring after 13 seasons in the
National Football League.a

0 NEW YORK-The Houston
Astros fired nanager Grady Hat-
ton yesterday and immediately
replaced him with batting coach
Barry Walker.
Hatton is the second National
League manager to be fired in the
past four days. The Philadelphia
Phillies let Gene Mauch go last
Saturday and named Bob Skinner
to replace him.
Ottawa scene
of 'M' triumphs
Two Michigan gymnasts were
among the qualifiers in the First
Canadian Olympic Trials held
Sunday in Ottawa. They are Sid
Jensen who placed second, and
Fred Rodney Jr. who placed
tenth.
First place was copped by Gil.
Larosse, Michigan gymnastics
captain in 1963.
The trials consists of a total
of three rounds with the remain-
ing two being held later this
summer.

Hatton was in his third season
as the Astro manager.
* * *
* FINK, Tex.-Officials of the
Fink Invitation Golf Tournament
looked for more finks yesterday to
make a foursome.
The tournament this weekend,
launching National Fink Week,
registered its first authentic Fink
Monday.
David Fink, 22, of Houston who
has never played golf, said he will
join the field of non-Finks at
Tanglewood Hills Country Club
near this North Texas community.
"Im hoping to find enough
Finks for a foursome," said Fink,
a sports writer for the Houston
Post.
"Having never played golf, I
may be the finkiest Fink of the
tournament," he said. "All my
golf has been miniature golf and
the scores usually run about nine-
over-par."
* * *
* KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. -
The miniskirt has been officially
adopted by the Ladies Profes-
sional Golf Assocation,

Yesterday's Results
Detroit 2, Boston 1
Cleveland 4, Chicago I
Minnesota 9, Washington 8
New York at Califernia, inc.
Bialtimore at Oakland, inc.
Today's Games
New York at California,, night
Baltimore at Oakland, night
Washington at Minnesota, night
Cleveland at Chicago, night
Boston at Detroit, night
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
St. Louis 39 25 .609 --
Atlanta 33 30 .524 5 J
Philadelphia 30 28 .517 6
Los Angeles 34 32 .515 6
San Francisco 34 32 .515 6
Chicago 30 32 .484 8
Cincinnati 30 32 .484 8
Pittsburgh 29 31 A83 8
New York 29 33 .468 9
Houston 25 38 .397 13;2
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 5'
St. Louis 1, Chicago 0-
Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles 2,
10 innings
Houston 3-6, New York 2-5
UPhiladelphia 10-9, San Francisco 2-1
Today's Games
Houston at New York, night
Chicago at St. Louis, night'
Cincinnati at Atlanta, night
San Francisco at Philadelphia, night
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
SUNDAY NIGHT
FILM SERIES
John Ford's
"THE INFORMER"
- (1935)
based on a novel of the
Irish Rebellion of 1922
9 P.M. Sunday, June 23
Canterbury House--75c

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Sculpture

C,

June 20-July 11
6:30-8:30 P.M. Tues.
and Thurs.
8 lessons $55.00
irklcuding lab fee
Drawing 4nd
Sketching Nature.
Beginning Tues., June 25
1 -3 P.M. Tues. and Thurs.
6 lessons $30.00
Contact HAMRIET SHAW,
7950 Teahen Rd.,
Brighton, Mich. or
doll AC 9-6534 between 3 and 5

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-Associated Press
You'd like to think that this man is really standing on his hand on a pier in Chicago, wouldn't
you? You could accept him as some sort of eccentric and let it go at that, right? Bah. People
like you are afraid of the truth, but I'm not, I'm not. I'm not afraid to see life as it really is,
to accept my own frailties as being of human quality. I can see it all much more clearly now. 'This
man is holding up the world.

TRIPLEYOUR
READING"
EFFICIENCY

(Continued from Page 2)
Ferdinand Roten Galleries, Inc. Bal-
timore, Md. - Subs. of Crowell Collier
and Macmillan, Inc. Dealers in original
graphic arts seeks area sales represen-
tative, for expansion in opening new
branch galleries and in fine art book
publishing. Cover by car limited area
from late Sept.-June. Car furnished.t
Men with art history backrnds, not high
pressure sales typej ob, closely allied
with education, oppor. for advancement
in many directions.
National Transportation Safety Board,
Wash. D. C. - Positions of safety en-
gineers, and directors of boards in areasM
of air, highway, and rail transporta-
tion, and accident prevention, most re-
quire degrees and some experience.

City of Detroit Civil Service - Sr.
Asst. Arch. Engr., design. Sr. 'Asst.
Chem. Engr., indust, waste. Sr. Asst.
Civil Engr., design. Sr.. Asst. Civil Engr.,
Fld. Sr. Asst. Elect. Engr., design. Sr.
Asst. Mechan. Engr., design and safe-
ty. Sr. Asst. Safety Engr Sr. best. San-
itary Engr., Health Inspection. Sr. Asst.
Structural Engr., design. File before
June 28. Examination through July 31,
State of Utah Merit System Council--
Juvenile Court State Representative,
Law degree, admission before Sup, tC.
of Utah, plus MSW and 5 yrs. pro-
fessional social work, in socio-legal
ateas. Public Health Engineer, MS
Sanit. or Pub. Health engineering, or
CE or ChE with approp. course work,
and 2 yrs. exper. Caseworker, Probation

and Parole Officer, Disability Claims
Examiner, Probation Officer, Rehabil-
ntation Counselor, req. BA/BS degree
and 3 yrs. in Soc. Wk., Psych., Soc..
Ouidance, Couns., or rel. fads. Case-
worker, Case Supervisor, Child Welfare
Worker, Medical Social worker, Psychia-
tric Social worker, req. BA level plus
3 yrs. in soc. wk., or MSW.
Wisconsin Civil Service - Microbiol-
ogist, State Lab. of Hygiene, TB labs.
Degree in microbiol. or rel. fld. with
min. 15 hrs. in this area, and 1 year
lab exper.
State of Michigan -- Data Processing
Supervisors at 3 levels, file before July
15. These require one to three years
exper., with credit for college and
courses in math., stat., and/or acctg.

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of a national sales force dealing in heavy mechanical products. This does
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SALARY BENEFITS, AND OPPORTUNITIES
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ing applicant, there is no limit on salary. The benefits, including profit
sharing, retirement, etc., are equal to and better than those offered by any
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