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Saturday, June 29, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For Direcit Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12-2:30

FOR THE RECORD
Gibson faces Drysdale in classic duel

FOR RENT'

FOR RENT

342

E. MADISON
Fall Occupancy,

Campus-i

Block

Entire furnished first floor of house
with spacious kitchen, 2 bedrooms,
living room, and bath. $220 per mon.
includes heat and water,
Other 1- and 2-bedrooms with excel-
lent campus and hospital locations.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.,
337 East Huron
Days: 662-7787 Eves.: 761-1498
C24
CARRIAGE HOUSE, 1224 Washtenaw,
for fall, three bedrooms, 1% baths,
dishwasher, bi-level, air-conditioned.
5 persons. Call 665-0154. C25
1700 Geddes
For Fall
4-m'nx, bi-level with dishwasher, 11,
f baths, 2 air-conditioners, very large
rooms, all masonry construction a5-
sures privacy, beautifully furnished
and 19cated on the right side of the
campus. Call 665-8825.

418 E. Washington
near Frieze & Angell Hall
Clean modern building, beautiful
furniture, balcony, air-conditioning,
sound-proof, laundry. storage,
large study hail.
1 Bedroom & Efficiency
For information and appointments call
NO 8-6906 or 761-2943
C24
318 E. WILLIAM, Fall occupancy. Com-
pletely redecorated 1 bedroom apt.
with new furnishings, drapes, wall to
wall carpeting. Includes separate
Skitchen- and back porch. $160/mo.
plus electricity. Days: 662-7787. Eves.:
761-1498. 034
410 OBSERVATORY. Fall occupancy.
Modern 4 man 2 bedroom apt. with
wall to wall carpeting throughout,
new furnishings, air-cond., covered
parking, modern kitchen and laun-
dry facilities. Days: 62-7787. Eves:
761-1498. . C33

SUMMER SUBLET
ESMERLEDA, meet me at the Whistle
Stop at 12:30 for a tasty 69c roast
beef sandwich. Oscar. 038
OPENING for 1 male in a Burns Park
apt, for July and Aug. Call 769-2044.
U32
SUMMER HALF. Terrific air-cond. apt.
Very cheap. Call 769-5525. U8
GIRL ROOMMATE for elegant 2 bdrm.
apt. on corner ofr1323 Cambridge
and Olivia. Call 764-3111, 761-1830 or
weekend 882-1047. U35
ONE MAN needed for III B to share
bi-level, air-cond. penthouse with 4
others. Share double bedroom. 1021
A Vaughn. $40/mo. Call Evan Cohen,
761-6683. U21
1 MAN NEEDED for 4 man. III-B, $45/
mo. will bargain. On campus. 769-
5825. U6
NEED 1 GIRL III-B sublet Own room.
$45. 668-7877. V14
1 GIRL NEEDED for Aug. sublet. 3 man
3 bdrm. apt. $45. 769-1235. U15
1 MAN WANTED for modern apt.
Have own bdrm. 2 air-cond., 2 bal-
conies, stereo, TV. Cheap! 761-8418.
U24
GREAT 2' MAN! By Frieze, parking.
Available nowE663-5863. 4U24
1 OR 2 MEN NEEDED to share 4 man.
TV, balcony. own bdrm. I block from
campus. Cheap, 769-1608. U24

The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
PERSONAL
MASSAGE. By appointment. Private
and community sauna rooms. Ann
Arbor Gymkhana. 662-9200. F
WHERE IS the Whistle Stop? It's hard
to find 'cuz it's so small (we prefer
to say cozy) across the street from
the Ann Arbor parking structure at
611 S. Forest. Free 15c coke, orange,
or Fresca when you present this ad
with the purchase of I of our great
sandwiches. See you there! F43
A NURSE and two physical therapy
students needs a fourth roommate
for the fall. Modern. apartment, close
to hospitals and campus. Call 665-
0889 for information. FD
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only 8c
per copy during business hours, or
only 6c per copy on overnight serv-
ice. S. Univ. right next to U. Towers.
769-0560. P18

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LOS ANGELES OP)-Barring the unforeseen,
pitcher Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals,
aiming at the major league record of six straight
shutouts, will try to get it in Dodger Stadium
Monday night against the man who holds the
record, Don Drysdale.I
Arthur E. "Red Patterson, Dodger vice pres-
ident, confirmed the date and the match-up
Thursday after conferring by telephone with Bob
Harlan, the Cardinals' publicity director.
"It's set," said Patterson, adding that Man-
ager Walter Alston, speaking from San Fran-
cisco, agreed on the date which gives both
Drysdale and Gibson an extra day of rest.
Both National League hurlers had tough
games Wednesday. Gibson blanked the Pitts-
burgh Pirates on four hits, 3-0, in St. Louis.
Drysdale, pitching a no-hitter for 22/3 innings,
defeated the San Francisco Giants, 2-1.
Drysdale is now 10-4 for the season, Gibson,
9-5.
Drysdale broke the five-game shutout record
set in 1904 by Doc Harris of the Chicago White
Sox, and Gibson equalled it Wednesday.

Drysdale's record was set at Dodger Stadium
June 5 against Pittsburgh, 5-0. The string gave
Big D 54 straight scoreless innings.
Gibson is now in sight of Drysdale's big
league record of 582/3 scoreless innings. On June
8 against Philadelphia Don went past Walter
Johnson's mark of 56. The streak ended with two
out in the fifth at Dodger Stadium when Howie
Bedell, a pinch hitter, drove in Tony Taylor
with a sacrifice fly.
Gibson now has pitched either 47 or 48
straight scoreless innings. The Cardinals claim
it is 48, Commissioner William Eckert says it is
47. The disagreement goes back to the start of
Gibby's streak. In the first inning Gibson gave
up a home run. He then retired the next three
batters.
St. Louis argues Gibson should be given credit
for those three outs or one more inning, since
Drysdale's string extended into two-thirds of an
inning.
Baseball's records committee will be the final
Judge on the matter, according to Patt'erson.

BM GIUSON-

Charter Realty
1335 S. University

C23

FALL RENTALS, efficiencies, 2 bedroom
units. Call NO 2-7730. C21
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT needs room-
mate(s) with or without apt. for
fall. Call Sandy, 769-0630 after 6.
C22
MEDICAL CENTER
ST. JOE'S
FRIEZE BUILDING
2 bedroom apts. for fall. New build-
ings. From $200. Call Summit Asso-
ciates 761-8055. C19
FURNISHED ROOMS. Very convenient.
Call 761-0135. C17
WANTED: Insane roommate(s) with or
without a place for next fall. Contact
Mercy at 764-0552 or 761-2348. CB
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campus, with all the
luxuries. Call Summit Associates at
761-8055. C18
A NURSE and two physical therapy
students needs a fourth roommate'
for the fall. Modern apartment, close
to hospitals and campus. Call 665-
0889 for information. CD
SINGLE FOR MAN. Clean, quiet, linens
furnished, no cooking. 723 Packard
near State. C48
GWENIVERE, meet me at the Whistle
" Stop at 11 a.m. for coffee and donuts.
Oscar. CiS
FOUR-MAN, air-conditioned, furnished
apt. for fall between campus and U
Hospital, covered parking. NO 2-
7787, after 7 p.m. 761-1498. C3
HARITON HOUSE
721-723 E. Kingsley. Offers for fall.
Hospital and campus location, Air-
conditioned, balconies, sound condi-
tioned, recreation room, private stor-
age, laundry room, carpeting, private
parking. Let's just say they are
SPACIOUS, QUIET, AND ELEGANT.
Four man apartment $62 per man.
$248 per apartment. Call days 663-
9373, eves. 6-10 p.m. only 665-0063.
C41
GRAD GIRL. % house. Furnished. Own
room, bath, no utilities. July 1. $60/
mo. 668-8907 after 9 p.m. only, 012
S.O.S. Girl needed to fill 3-man apt.
for fall. Cheap. Call 665-2225. C16

THE BEST
CAMPUS
APTS.,
FALL 1968
NEW, FURNISHED,
AIR COND., CLOSE IN
STUDENT APARTMENTS
DAH LMANN
APARTMENTS'

Office:

545 thurch

761-7600 days

GARAGE FOR RENT. 723 Packard near
State. C13
SINGLE ROOMT FOR MAN. Clean, quiet.
linens furnished. NO cooking. 723
Packard near State. C14

1016 OAKLAND

1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 2-5 people.
Fully furnished, air-conditioned, bal-
conies, parking, close to campus.
Rents start at $80 per person. For
this and other fine campus apts. call
Summit Associates, 761-8055. C25
SUBLET I-B--Modern. air-cond., 2-
man. Cloes to campus, soundproof.
Call 769-4066. U15
CAMPUS APTS., Ambassador Co., 761-
7982 1-5 daily. C15
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED COLLEGE students to
do exterior and interior house paint-
ing. Reasonable rates. Call 665-8322.
J12
FAST, accurate typing. Call 769-3119 SB
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 6c on over-
night service. Use correct-a-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox 2400 duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service only 6c per page
t(stored in office safe for complete
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
Bc per page. S. Univ. right next to
U. Towers. 769-0560. JJ

HAVE YOUR own room in 4 bdrm.
house. $40/mo. Call Nemo, 769-1247.
123
MODERN 2-MAN, air-cond., parking,
close, cheap. 769-3827. U20
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED to N.Y.C., via N.Y.
thruway. Call 662-7032. GE
LOS ANGELES-Riders needed. Leav-
ing about July 11. Call John, 769-
1306. 028
WANT RDERS to and from Newport
Jazz Festival. July 4 weekend. Call
764-5747. 029
HELP WANTED
WARM, CREATIVE, intelligent, sitter/
companion wanted for warm, crea-
tive, intelligent kids, aged 7, 9, and
12. Mornings, afternoons or both, one
to four days/week, $1.10/hr. Prof.
Ezekiel, NO 5-5449. H15
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for col-
lege men. Above average earnngs
Part-time work available to you dur-
ing college term. Car ne. Call 761-
8014, 761-8015. H13
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for col-
lege women. Above average earnings.
Part-time work available to you dur-
ing college term. Call 761-8418, 10:15-
11:15. H14
MUSIC STUDENTS: Listen and earn!
Paid auditory experiments. Call 763-
1143. 11
COLLEGE GIRL to accompany profes-
sor's family to Europe as babysitter.
Aug.1968-July 1969. 665-0886 eves. H12
FREE DINNERS to student girl who
loves to cook my dinners. For details
call Mrs. Mole at NO 29541 between
10 a.m. and 7 p.m. H111
NEED MONEY?
Be a sales representative for a socio-
politico-satirical new poster line.
Ideal for individuals and trganiza-
tions. Write for- complete poster
profit kit: GROSS NATIONAL PRO-
DUCT, Box 427, Wayzata, Mn. 55391.
H8
FREE ROOM in exchange for some
babysitting, mostly eves. Private
room, bath and entrance, In cooly
air-cond. home. Phone 663-3958.H 32
NURSE, R.N. or LP.N. for about 2
hours each morning to assist partial-
ly disabled gentleman. Prepare self
for day. Box 162, c/o Michigan Daily.
H6
/ USED CARS
1966 V.W. square back. Excellent cond.,
very low mileage. Call 971-5129. N49
'64 ALPHA RED SPIDER. Leaving for
California, Must sell, best offer. 8-5
call 764-9494, after 5:30 call 761-5887,
Veronica. N48
1967 MORGAN. Excellent condition.
Best offer. 665-4844. N46
RAMBLER station wagon. 1962. Very
dependable, 1 owner, low mileage.
663-7428. / N43
TRIUMPH 1959. Good shape. $800. 663-
8316, N42
MGTD. reconditioned body and engine.
'53, $1400 or best offer. Bloomfield
Hills, 642-9147. N41t
1963 MOB. Good cond. $950. 663-8134.
N37
PETS AND SUPPLIES_
MEOW! Homes needed for 3 kittens.
Fluffy, mainly white, playful, 7 wks.
old, housebroken. 761-0614. T3'
MISCELLANEOUS
...._. ...HO NEY CHILE, m eet m e at the
Whistle Stop. I don't think I can eat
but I'll buy you an 89c hot pastrami1
sandwich. Oscar. M49
FEMALE College student desires typ-
ing. key punch, coding or clerical
work. Full or part time. 665-8022 8-9
a.m. and after 5. M48
LEARN TO SAIL. Enroll now for les-
sons in beginning or advanced tech-
niques. Phone 761-1208 evenings. M2
ROOM AND BOARD
PHI ALPHA KAPPA, 1010 E. Ann near
medical complex is now serving meals
5 days' a wk, through Aug. 22. Board-
ers desired. Lunches 90c, dinners $1.65.
If interested please call Dick Hui-
bregtse 761-5491. E
PERSONAL
GIRL(S) TO COOK sumptuous repast
once or twice/wk wanted by 4 male
grads of invincible incompetence in
culinary arts. Good dinner with good
conversation aretheir rewards. Call1
663-8376 around 6. _ 451

ST,~iNGE ALMOS~lT all aem diaonds, ,come'

BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. -Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.,
9-4; Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission.
483-1894
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blood Center'.
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES: he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
instead, and save hours and hours
of copying by hand. Only 8c per
page. S. Univ. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. F17
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
FOR SALE
1957 LAMBRETTA, 125 cc, not run-
ning, $25. KLH FM portable stereo,
$225. Portable 2-speed tape recorder,
$43. 769-0449. B37
1-WAY RETURN TICKET UAC flight
from Paris Aug. 12. 761-7739. B36
58-62 CORVETTE hardtop. $150. Call
761-4138. B35
RECORDS
PROCEEDS TO ACLU
b0c to $1.00
CANTERBURY HOUSE
SATURDAY, JUNE 29
GET A TAILOR-MADE DASHIKI! Fab-
rics from Nigeria, Many styles and
fabieis to choose from. Call Donni
761-3928 after 6 p.m. B34
ROYAL 'PORTABLE Typewriter. Like
new.A$50. Call 662-6295 between 4 and
6 p.m. weekdays. B29
TRIXIE, meet me at the Whistle Stop
at 2 p.m. for a delicious corned beef
sandwich. Oscar. B30
ELECTRIC GUITAR (beginners), new.
Only $27.00 with books. Call 971-3450.
A COMPLETE STEREO system far
lower than Ann Arbor prices. EV-
1244 amplifier, Dual 1015 Changer,
speakers with t Bozak and Electro-
Voice components. Less than six
months old. Call Keith at 761-1303
after five. BE
AKO NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND pups,
beautifully marked. excellent with
children and for hunting. Call HU
3-5973 after Noon.

Secrecy
DETROIT (P) - Representa-
tives of owners and players of the
National Football League met
under a shroud of secrecy at a
country club near Detroit yes-
terday in efforts to settle player
complaints and head off a possible
strike.
John Gordy, of the Detroit
Lions, head of the NFL Players
Association, was closeted with
top brass of league clubs at. the
Pine Lake Country Club just out-
side Keego Harbor, Mich.
"I thought this was supposed
to be a well-kept secret," Vince
Lombardi, general manager of
the Green Bay Packers, said in
amazement when a newsman ar-
rived at the club.
Lombardi and Gordy said nei-
ther would make any comment
on the negotiations but Gordy
-said he might issue a statement
after meeting with the owners'
representatives this morning.
At the rootrofthe dispute was
the players' request for a mini-
mum salary similiar to those in
baseball's major leagues. Play-
ers, who now get a $10-a-day al-
lowance for training, including
days on which they play exhibi-
tion games, reportedly are asking
$500 a man for exhibition games.
A source close to Gordy said
earlier yesterday that the Lions'
guard did not want to disclose
the location of the meetings be-
cause he felt negotiations would
proceed more smoothly without
publicity.
The source said Gordy told
him he was optimistic that the
players could iron out their diffi-
culties with the owners and that
the players appeared to be in a
more conciliatory mood than the
owners.
The Associated Press learned
Thursday night that all 640 NFL
players had been contacted via
telephone and that a vast ma-
jority of them had voted to au-
thorize a strike.
In Denver, Pete Rozelle, com-
missioner of professional foot-
ball, played down the possibility
of a strike.
"In the final analysis," Ro-
zelle said, "both the owners and
the players are responsible peo-
ple who will get together."
Rozelle said he had not "be-
come involved in negotiations to
this point. I know the players of
the National League were being
jBlack demands
vetoed by Iowa
State off icials
AMES, Iowa ) - The Iowa
State University Athletic council
said yesterday an exhaustive in-
vestigation has exonerated coach-
es of allegations of racial dis-
crimination from Negro athletes.
In a letter answering charges
of the black student organiza-
tion, the faculty-student council
said it will consent to just two of
the athletes' eight demands.
The athletes have threatened
to boycott sports at the Big
Eight school unless all their de-
mands are met by Aug. 1
"The council wants to make
clear its desire that all black
athletes remain at Iowa State
and continue their education,"
the statement said. "We will zeal-
ously guard their rights and make
every effort to insure their suc-
cess both as students and as ath-
letes."
The council said it found no
basis for most of the Negroes'
grievances,
But the council did agree to
two demands-that the Negro

athletes be referred to as blacks
or Afro-Americans and that a
Negro counselor be hired to work
with black students.
The council rejected a demand'
that a Negro coach be hired in
each major sport at Iowa State.

dail
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN
contacted about the issues, but I
have no contact on the matter,"
William Clay Ford, owner of
the Lions, said reports of a strike
were "strictly a rumor,"
"There is nothing to substanti-
ate it," Ford said, adding that
he had spoken with Gordy Thurs-
day night and the player had not'

mentioned the . possibility of a
strike.
"I know for a fact the players
have not been polled," Ford said.
One Lions' player, who asked
that hit name not be used, said
the players had been polled.
Ford said yesterday's meeting
was a regularly scheduled gath-
ering between the players' asso-
ciation and the owners' negotia-
ting committee.
The committee appointed by
the NFL owners to negotiate with
the players consists of Lombardi.
Wellington Mara Jr., president
of the New York Giants; Rankin
Smith, president of the Atlanta
Falcons; Jim Finks, general
manager of the Minnesota Vik-
ings, and George Halas Jr., presi-
dent and general manager of the
Chicago Bears.,

PETE: ROZELLE

SAN FRANCISCO (1P)-Limiting
athletic scholarships to one year
as a possible means of disciplining
college athletes was recommended
Thursday by the Collegiate Com-
missioners Association.
The group, commissioners of the
11 major college athletic confer-
ences, wound up a four-day meet-
ing and issued a statement saying
it made the recommendation to
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association by divided vote.
Bill Reed, Big Ten commission-
er and outgoing president of the
SHORTS:

group, said conferences vary in
their awarding of scholarships,
some dgiving them for four years
and some for one.
"This is a delicate issue," he
said. "Scholarships shouldn't be
taken away because an athlete
doesn't produce up to expecta-
tions."
But, he said, the commissioners
agreed on the need for "a device
for maintaining the interest and
cooperation of the athlete."
It recommended the number of
colleges any high school athlete.

ABA Pipers plan. move,
Archer leads at Cleveland

Chcg.Bas .ET ROZL
Directors propose scholarship limits;
see battle over frosh cOmpetitiOn

surrounds NFL talks

could visit be limited as well as
the number of contracts he could
have with colleges while his sport
is in season.
The Association also announced
it was divided on the recent NCAA
ruling that freshmen be allowed
to compete in all varsity sports
except football and basketball,
Four conferences will move to re-
peal the rule at the next NCAA
convention.
Asked if there was any onnec-
tion between the recommendation
and the growing revolt of Negro
athletes on campuses, Reed said
the question had come up but he
noted there had been moves to
limit scholarships in the past.
"This isr not a subject on which
you can generalize," Reed said of
the revolt. "But it is without
question one of the most impor-
tant matters in athletic adminis-
tration."
In other action, the association
announced that beginning with
the 1969 football season "absolute
uniformity in the mechanics of
officiating" would be enforced by
the various conferences.
The group also urged the NCAA
to coordinate with the National
Federation of State High School
Athletic Associations as a means
for reducing the recruiting pres-
sure by colleges on high school
athletes.

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FALL APTS.
FOR 2-8 PEOPLE
1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)
CALL
Summit
Associates

DON'T TSK IT .

761-8055

042

FALL RENTAL
STATE STREET MANOR
1111 S. State St.
(Across from Yost Field House)
Modern, furnished, 3 - 4 man, air-
conditioned, newly furnished, bal-
conies, ample parking, garbage dis-
posals, LOW RENT, owner operated.
CALL 761-5692 or 1-864-3852
C18
BARGAIN CORNER

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Transcription - Medical, technical,
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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Instruments and accessories, new and
used. Lessons, repairs, 209 S. State.
665-8001, 10 a.m.-7 pm.m X
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1959 TRIUMPH TR3. 662-7067. Z40
HONDA 890, 3,000 mi., excellent cond.
Phone 761-7143. Z39
'67 HONDA 90. Step-through w/super
90 engine. Like new, Only 460 miles.
Must sell' immediately. Best offer
gets it. Call 769-1729 persistently.
Z46
ALFREDA, meet me at the Whistle
Stop at 4 for a 50c Hebrew National
hot dog, Oscar. Z37
HONDA S90,9Excellent cond. $200. Call
Steve, 761-6409. Z27
HONDA 65 cc, recently tuned. $110.
Phone 769-0839. ZC
SPECIAL
MONTESA 250 SPORTS. 100 m.p.h.
$517.88
Honda of Ann Arbor 3000 Packard at
971-4500 Platt
i Z35
1966 HONDA CB10. Excellent cond.
3500 miles. Best offer around $300.
769-0927 or 1-646-3947, Z35
HONDA C.B. 160, 1966. Must sell. Best
offer takes it away. Call 769-0927. Z19
PLEASE CHECK
YOUR AD'
The Michigan Daily makes
every effort to avoid errors
in advertisements. Each ad
is carefully checked and
proofread. But when you

By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh Pipers, champions of the Ameri-
can Baseball Association, announced yesterday they were moving to
Minneapolis-St. Paul next season.
In moving to Minneapolis-St. Paul, the Pipers go into an area
that was vacated by the ABA only about six weeks ago when the
Minnesota Muskies moved to Miami.
CLEVELAND-George Archer shot a blistering six-under-par 65
yesterday, and took command of the $110,000 Cleveland Open Golf
Tournament with a 36-hole total of 135.
The rangy Californian, at 6'6" the tallest player on the circuit,
held a one-stroke advantage over Tommy Aaron at the halfway mark.
Archer registered six birdies in a brilliant exhibition on the
6,742-yard Lakewood Country Club layout. He shot a 70 Thursday.
Archer, who says "I'd like to be the best putter on the tour,"
needed only 27 putts and one-putted nine holes. He is third on
the list of money winners with
$86,638 and ha stournament vic-
tories at Pensacola and New Or-
leans.
HAMILTON, Bermuda -Seven
yachts withdrew, 142 had finished,
two were within sight of ┬░land
and the last were still somewhere
in the Atlantic late yesterday of-
ternoon in the wind-up of thee
Newport to Bermuda yacht race.
Ted Hood, a noted sailmaker
from Marblehead, Mass., and his
52-foot yawl Robin won the event
Thursday, taking over-all and
Class C honors with an elapsed
time of 3 days, 20 hours, 14 min-
utes and 3 seconds, for a corrected
time of 3:06:04:19.
DETROIT - Continued rough
waters yesterday forced cancella-
ALEXANDER METIREVELI tion of all qualifying runs for
Sunday's 60th annual Gold Cup hydroplane race and boat owners
and drivers decided all 15 boats could take part.
Strong westerly winds which tossed up whitecaps on the Detroit
River course ended the qualifying runs yesterday morning after
only one craft had ventured out. Coast Guard officials said the
rough water was expected to continue through today.

Major League
Standings

Detroit
Minneso
Oakland
Cievelan
Baltimo
Californi
Boston
New Yo
Chicago

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W LPct.
47 26 .644
ota 38 33 .535
d 37 34 .521
nd, 39 36 .520
re 36 34 .514
ia 36 36 .500
34 35 .493
ark 31 38 .449
30 39 .435

GB3
9
101/2
11
14
15

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Yesterday's Results
Oakland 3, New York 2
Minnesota 5, Baltimore 2
California 4-1, Washington 3-0,
2nd game 11 innings
Detroit 5, Chicago 4, 2nd game rain
Cleveland at Boston, rain
Today's Games
California at Washington
Cleveland at Boston
Minnesota at Baltimore, night
Chicago at Detroit, night
Oakland at New York 2, twi-night
Tomorrow's Game
Chicago at Detroit
Oakland at New York
Cleveland at Boston
California at Washington
NA'TIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pct. GE
St. Louis 46 28 .622 -
xSan Francisco 39 35 .527 7
xAtlanta 38 34 .528 7
xLos Angeles 38 37 .505 S8
xCincinnati 35 36 .493 9 ,
Philadelphia 33 34 .493 9Y2
New York 35 37 .486 9 %z
New York 35 37 .486 10
Pittsburgh 34 36 .486 10
Chicago 31 41 .4314
Houston t 31 42 .425 14!
xLate game not included.,

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