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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,. MAY U 16

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PHOTO CHANGES RESULTS:

'M' Ties for
Michigan has been awarded one
more point in the Big Ten track
and field championships of last
weekend in Bloomington and ad
vanced into a third place tie with
Minnesota.
Blowups of the official photo
graphs of the finish of the 100-
yard dash authenticated a rever-
sal of the fifth and sixth places
as originally awarded.
Hubert Bryant of Minnesota,
Jim Garrett of Michigan State
and Randy Weddle of Indiana had
all been clocked in a time of :09.8
in the dash and had been judged
the third, fourth and fifth fin-
ishers, respectively.
Dave Cooper of Michigan had M
been clocked at :09.9 and was
awarded the sixth spot. Points are
distributed on a five-four-three-
two-one basis and Cooper did not
receive any points.N
However, an examination of the
enlarged photographs revealed
that Cooper actually finished
fifth and Weddle placed sixth. . .
The reversal of points does not
change Indiana's seventh place
finish in the team standings but
does move Michigan into a third
place tie with Minnesota at 33 W
points.
No other places were reversed
In the 100, which Denny Kohl of
Iowa won in a time of :09.6. Dick.
Simonsen of Minnesota was sec-
and in the race.-
Hold Tryouts
UH ere for U.S. s a
Mat Squads MICHIGAN'
1 yard dash a
Approximately 50 candidates for weekend. C
the United States freestyle and later exami
Greco-Roman wrestling squads be- fifth, giving
gin three weeks of training here
in Ann Arbor this week for the
1966 World's Amateur Wrestling
Championships in Toledo, June T er
16-22.
The training period will run ro* f
through June 12 at the Sports Uriol
Building with Bill Smith of the
San Francisco Olympic Club
coaching the freestyle team and By The A
Dale Thomas of Oregon State DETROIT-
University directing the Greco- four hits for
Roman squad. victory as Ce
The two teams will be selected trolh2 e lasti
through challenge matches, with Detroit cam
from five to eight contestants in win the opene
each weight who have been chos-
en primarily on their showings in tie-breaking s
national collegiate and AAU tour- Tiant. 4-2,
naments by a committee of coach- southpaw Ha]
es and officials. second game.
Pick Fehrs and Porter
Among those chosen to comr- Maj 1O
pete for team berths are twoJ
Michigan wrestlers-Bob Fehrs in Sta
the 125.5-pound class and Dave
Porter at heavyweight. AMEI
Porter, who will be unable to
try out for the team because of a D
recent operation on his elbow for Baltimore
a bone chip, has been chosen the California
.Minnesota
Outstanding Sophomore Wrestler Chicago
of the year by Amateur Wrestling Washington
News. New York
Boston
Porter was given the award fol- Kansas City
lowing an undefeated season which YESTERL
was climaxed by his winning both Ietroit 7-0, Cle
the Big Ten and NCAA titles. He foston ui, Mini
won 17 straight matches, eight of washington 2,]
them by falls. He is Michigan's Calimornia 4 ,N
altimore , C'
ninth NCAA winner, the first as ToDA
a sophomore. Baltimore at C
In three years of high school Cleveland at l
competition at Lansing Sexton, KasasrCiay at N
Porter won 78 straight matches Minnesota at B
and three state titles. N ATIW
Football, Too
Porter was also an all-state San Francisco
football player and entered Mich- Losn
igan on a football scholarship. He Philadelphia
failed to win a football letter last Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
fall but is a top candidate for a Atlanta

middle guard post on the Wolver- New York
ine defensive unit this fall. St. Louis
Fehrs, a junior last year, has Chicago
also claimed his share of NCAA t 8, A
Cincintnati 8, At
honors, finishing second in the Houston 5, New
tourney at 123 pounds the last Chicago -, St L
two years.San rancisco 5
two yarsLos Angeles 3, P
Other wrestlers trying out for sAOIA
team berths who are familiar to Atianta at Cinc
Wolverine fans include Don Behm Chicago at St. L
New York at Ho
and Dick Cook of Michigan State PPIladelphia at
and Dave Reinbolt of Ohio State. Pittsburgh at S

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ported kill.
THE HUNT F37
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also. Call Sue at 761-7725 after 5 p.m.
F31
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Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
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USED CARS

FOR SALE-Corvette 1964, 2 tops, fuel
injection, 4-speed, positraction, AM-
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540 Walnut. N45
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$1900, take over payments. Pit Stop
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4 MAN APT, avail. for Sum. session. conditioned and sound proofed
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-- - 13 GIRLS need 1 to share luxury apt.-
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HAPPY SUMMER to Everyone In Lovej
F42
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Do something creative. Join The Mich-
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HELP WANTED - female kind lady to Summer $60, Fall $85. NO 8-6906. U34
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665-2482. H48 attractively decorated and furn. Some
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BLOOD DONORS to $10 a week. 665-0925 or 662-7992.
URGENTLY NEEDED

19655 HONDA CS-90, less than 800 miles,
excellent cond. 761-1146, 5-7 p.m.
Reasonable price. Z40
'65 HONDA 50, elect, starter, 600 miles.
Like new. 663-4019 after 5. Z41
WE TRY HARDER. We have to. We're
3 miles from town. Our campus cus-
toiners go to great lengths to get out
here ifr sales, parts, and service.
There must be a reason for it. HONDA
of Ann Arbor. Z27
HONDA C-100. only 416 miles. Stored
all winter. NO 3-9623. Z24
1965 YAMAHA - Brand new, never
driven. 80cc. 662-3651. Z26

BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FI TS-$4.50
"Whitt," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
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--Daily-Thomas R. Copi
S DAVE COOPER runs in the near lane in the 100-
at the Big Ten track and field championships last
doper was awarded sixth place after the race but
nation of the finish photos showed that he finished
Michigan one more point and a third-place tie.
Is Split with Cleveland
e- Down Whte Sox

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Associated Press
Luis Tiant scattered
his fourth shutout
veland blanked De-
night and gained a
split with the Tigers.
ne from behind to
r 7-6 on Don Wert's
ngle in the eighth.
outpitched Detroit
,k Aguirre in the
The Indians scored
r League
11 "I S
CAN LEAGUE
W1'LjPu1. G
210 .607--
20 14 .58 3i'
19 17 .528 5"
16 16 .500 6'
15 18 .455 8
16 20 .444 8?i
15 20 .429 9
14 21 .400 10
12 22 .353 11 2

an unearned run in the fifth in-
ning with the help of Aguirre'si
throwing error and wrapped it up
in the eighth when Leon Wagner
homered off reliever Fred Glad-
ding.

Daily Classified

Joe Azcue' ssin _ie. Aguirre s -
poor throw on Tiant's sacrifice LOST AND FOUND
bunt and a single by Chuck Hinton
snapped a scoreless tie in the LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
fifth. band. In a library during finals. Call
Bud, 764-05362 A30
Wert's two-out single in the
eihhSpored OyTer wit th de- LST-Re ferdfor ifrainrgr-
hthsylerw hede-Lir.g a brown female long hair stripped
ciding run in the first game, which cat lo<t May 5, In the Forest-Forest
was dominated by home runs, Ct. area. She's needed desperately to'
nurse her neovborn kittens,.t063.4162.J
Cleveland routed starter Joe rtA2J
Sparma with a four-run first in- ------- ---- -
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informa tionz call Ann, 764-4944. iRe-;
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shot.-- - -- - -
Norm Cash knocked in three WANTED TO RENT
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Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. F44

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Call NO 2-6274. H31
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A great opportunity for aggressive
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Combine summer travel with large
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Own campzs. Fall jobs are also avail-
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COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
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for information call
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FOR RENT

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COME TO

Still a few apts. avail. for summer.
APARTMENTS LIMITED
663-0501
C12
418 E. WASHINGTON, Block from
Campus-Mod. 1 bdrm. beautifully
turn., air-cond., balcony. Suitable for
3 students, $180-Fall. NO 8-6906, Clo,

SUZUKI Cycle Center
just East of Arborland
761 -2650

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DAY'S RESULTS
veland 6-2
nesota 2
Kansas City 1
w York 2
icago 4
IV's GAMES
hicago (n)
troit (n)
Washington (n)
ew York (n)
3oston (n)
AAL LEAGUE,

Sox Lose Again
CHICAGO - Brooks Robinson
smacked a homer and drove across
three runs, and Boog Powell singl-
ed in the clincher Tuesday night
as the Baltimore Orioles beat Chi-
cago's slumping White Sox 6-4.

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DAY'S RESULTS
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Lapis 0
, Pittsburgh 2
Philadelphta 2
%Y'S GA;MES
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Louis (n)
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Los Angeles (n)
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