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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

*THURSDAY', JULY 2L1966~

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Orioles Wallop

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Tigers Again

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By The Associated Press

defeated the Cleveland Indians 6-31

BALTIMORE - Boog Powell's last night behind the two-hit
two-run homer climaxed a three- pitching of Joe Horlen.
run rally in the fifth inning that A wild throw by Rocky Colavito
sent American League leading allowed the White Sox to score
Baltimore to a 10-7 victory over their first run in the second. Ken
Detroit last night and extended Berry singled and took second

and the Mets were leading 2-1 go- a twi-night doubleheader yester-
ing into the ninth with Fisher day.
working on a three-hitter. The Red Sox won the opener
But the Giants tied it when 6-1 on Darrel Brandon's two-hit-
Fisher, who struck out nine, walk- ter.

ed Willie Mays, made a wild pitch,
walked Willie McCovey intention-

the Orioles' margin to 1012 games when Colavito tried to nail him ally and gave a single to Jim Hart.
over the second-place Tigers. on an overrun at first. Adair flied He escaped the jam by striking out
The Orioles trailed 7-5 going to Colavito, and Berry dashed all Cap Peterson and Len Gabrielson,
into the fifth, but Frank Robin- the way home after the catch leaving McCovey at second base.
son doubled and scored on a sin- when Colavito threw wild past * * *
gle by Brooks Robinson, and third. Reds Win Pair
Powell followed with his 22nd Adair drove in two more runs
homer, a blast over the center field with his double in the fourth and CHICAGO-Jim O'Toole pitch-
fence that drove starter Denny scored when Fred Whitfield muf- ed a five-hitter as Cincinnati beat
McLain from the mound. fed J. C. Martin's grounder. the Chicago Cubs 5-1 in the second
The Orioles' belting of McLain Buford's seventh inning homer, game completing a sweep of a
added to the Tigers' pitching prob- scoring Horlen, who had walked, doubleheader yesterday. The Reds
lems. Detroit has lost 14 of its last made it 6-1. rallied for four runs in the ninth
20 games, the last five in a row.,x, inning to win the first game 5-4.
And in those five losses, Tiger,. The second game was called
pitchers have given up 53 runs. esEg (itS after seven innings because of
Powell and Brooks Robinson SAN FRANCISCO-Ron Swo- darkness.
each drove in two runs and scored b Jim Coker drove in two runs
three while Jim Northrup paced odsleadof he N i hea10th with a bases-loaded double in the
the Tigers with a homer and a 3-2 vi grvethee nrnciscseventh, wrapping up the second
doube, nocingin wo unsand3- victory over the San Francisco
double, knocking in two runs and Giantsyesterdaygame for the Reds. Don Pavletich
scoring three. Swoboda connected against re- had homered in the fourth, snap-
* liever Bill Henry after the Giants ping a 1-1 tie and the Reds had
Sox Club Indians rallied to tie the score in the ninth picked up another run in the fifth
against winner Jack Fisher, and on Leo Cardenas single, a walk to
CLEVELAND - Don Buford hit saved Juan Marichal from his first O'Tole and Dick Simpson's single.
a two-run homer and Jerry Adair loss ever against the Mets. The Reds overcame a 4-1 deficit
-- _ _: - ..... to win the opener.

Norm Siebern singled with one
out in the 10th and moved to sec-
ond on Bobby Knoop's hit. Then
Rodgers, batting for Rojas, sin-
gled through the middle and pinch
runner Marcelino Lopez dashed
home with the winning run.
Brandon's two-hitter in the
opener, evened his record at 3-3.
He went the distance for the third
time since he became a starting
pitcher early this month.
Don Demeter had a double and
two singles and drove in a pair of
runs in leading Boston's 10-hit
attack.

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and a location between Rackham and
St. Joseph's Hospital. $180 per month,
One bedrooms also available from
$135.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
Days: 662-7787 Evenings: 761-4018
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over. 449-2215. Z25
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GIRLS NEED one more girl to share' WANTED-Part-time garage attendant,
2 bdnm., air-cond. apt, for fall and no exp. needed, must be able to work
winter term. Close to, campus. Call through next fall. For_ appt., NO 2-
after 6, 761-3747 or 9-3, 764-0554 (ask 5840. . H39
for Susie). F10

ONE MAN NEEDED for 4-man, mod..
two story, suave apt, one block from
campus - for fall. Write to Steve
Loewenthal, 1680 Clavey, Highland
Park, I11. (Roommate got married).
Fll
GIRL ROOMMATE needed for Fall. 2;
bdrm., mod., furn., 2 man. Off Pack-
ard. Call 665-3200 after 6. F6
FRIENDLY KITTENS for sale! 6-8 wks.
old; housebroken; 3 all-black, 2 tigers;
medium and long-hairs. Call Andy:
764-8377 (1-5) or come to 114 N. Divi-
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RUMMAGE SALE
Friday, July 29
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at 223 E. Ann
Armory
Please leave your discards at Armory
between 2-4 on Thursday, July 28.1
F13
PETER PIPER picked a peck of pickled
peppers and you can find them all
at .
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night 'til midnight
HAVE 4 MAN APT. Need 2 girls for
Fall. TU 1-4971 or TU 1-6981. F8
5TH GIRL NEEDED to share large
house near campus. Call Donna, 483-
3554. F5
TWO GIRLS looking for 2 more girls
that have an apt. for fall. Call 761-
3738. F91
IF YOUR HOME is for rent or sublet.
please CALL 761-1490. We need a 3
bedroom, unfurnished home, by Aug.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Baltimore 63 32 .663
Detroit 50 40 .556
California 50. 43 .538
Cleveland 49 42 .538
Minnesota 46 48 .489
Chicago 44 49 .473
New York 42 49 .462
Kansas City 41 50 .451
Washington 40 56 .417
Boston 40 56 .417

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drove in two more runs with a Marichal had given up homers
double as the Chicago White Sox to Al Luplow and Roy McMillan
RESEARCH FOR OLYMPICS:
Penn State TrackTnen
Train at High A ltitudes
By The Associated Press to a Penn State field laboratory
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.-Penn in Nunea where they trained, and
State's distance runners are trying underwent a battery of tests.
the Colorado mountains for sizeQ. u
this week in the interest of science When the athletes arrived with
and the 1968 Olympic Games to be the research team at Nunea, they
held in Mexico City.
TheylinedcsCity. ru felt exhausted. One runner said,
They joined a select group of "We couldn't have run a mile if
collegiate trackmen in Colorado we wanted to. It was just im-
for a month of intensive training. possible."
They will. spend two weeks at They also suffered from a loss
Adams State College in Alamosa,ik le te
Cobo., at nearly the same altitude in appetite, drank less water and
found themselves sleeping at least,
as in Mexico City. Then they will 10 hours a night.
train for a week at Leadville and P
"Performance by the athletes
return to Alamoso. was poor by their stateside stan-
Several of the Penn State run- dards," the Penn State report con-
ners went to Peru last summer to tinued. "At first, the runners could
train high in the Andes to deter- only run four short laps of the
mine the effect of height on an track before becoming totally

Yanhs Blank A's
NEW YORK - Mel Stottlemyre
pitched a six-hitter as the New
York Yankees whitewashed Kan-
sas City 4-0 last night.
The victory, New York's fifth in
a row, enabled the Yankees to
break their seventh place tie v.,4th
$ the Athletics.
Horace Clarke gave Stottlemyre
all the runs he needed when he
whacked a third inning homer
with Clete Boyer on base.
The Yankees got their third run
in the sixth when Bobby Richard-
son led off with a double and came
around on Joe Pepitone's single.
Tom Tresh's 10th home run of
the year wound up the scoring in
the eighth.
Angels, Bosox Split
BOSTON-Bob Rodgers' pinch
single in the 10th inning delivered
the only run of the game and
Dean Chance, Minny Rojas and
Jack Sanford combined to pitch
a two-hitter as California edged
Boston 1-0 in the second game of

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 6-0, California 1-1 (2nd 10 inn)3
New York 4, Kansas City 0
Chicago 6, Cleveland 3
Minnesota 3, Washington 1
Baitimore 10, Detroit 7
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
Minnesota at Washington (n)
Dietroit at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at New York
California at Boston

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Cincinnati 5-5, Chicago 4-2 (2nd, 7
inn, darkness)
New York 3, San Francisco 2 (10 inn)
St. Louis 6. Atlanta 3
Philadelphia 13, Houston 9
Pittsburgh 8. Los Angeles 5
TODAY'S GAMES.
Cincinnati at Chicago
'hiladelphia at Houston (n)
New York at San Francisco
Atlanta at St. Louis (n)
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athlete, especially a trackman.
7,349 Feet High,
Since Mexico City has an ele-
vation of 7,349 feet, American
Olympic officials are interested
in how U.S. athletes should train.
The Russians also are keeping
the forthcoming Olympics in mind.
They have scheduled their track
stars to train in the Ural Moun-
tains.
The problem with running at
an elevation, in a word, is hypoxia,
a deficiency of oxygen in the
tissues of the body, which causes
shortness of breath and exhaus-
tion.
During their stay in Peru, the
Penn State runners were taken
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exhausted."
Gradual Improvement
jThen the runners gradually be-
came conditioned to running at.
that height and their performance
improved.
On returning to University Park,
however, they found they could
run much better than they could
before.
"One runner experienced the
best cross-country season of his
career and earned his first var-
sity lettel." the univeslty sai-d.
The Penn State researchers
passed on their findings to the
Olympic Committee.
The university said American
athletes should "train for a period
of three to four weeks at an ele-
vation similar to Mexico City in
preparation for the Games."
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Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
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THERE ARE still a few openings for
qualified teachers in the religious
school of Beth Israel Congregation,
1429 Hill St, A.A. Anyone interested
please contact Charles Rosenblatt,
Religious School director, 665-2717.
H40
STOCKMAN - Small engin. and-parts.
Resp. for checking in, recording, dis-
pensing to shop ad selling at retail.
Automotive exp helpful. Full time.
Phone 665-8637. H38
WANTED - Men students for Psych.
exp. One hour/$2. Tues., Wed. or
Thurs. 7:30. Call Rob, 764-6323, 10-2
p.m. H35
PART-TIME JOB-Waitress. THANO'S
PLACE (Romanoff). Hours to be
arranged. 300 S. Thayer, - H36
RESEARCH PROJECT needs undergrad
Ivolunteers to read and evaluate
articles. 1 hour of time for $1.50 at
convenient location. Call 764-9496 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays. H37
MALE UNDERGRADUATES
One or two openings in personality
research --20 hours work total, at
$2.50,hour. No special background re-
quired.
All applicants will receive $1.50 for
completing brief, required application.
(This information will be used for
an unrelated study, now underway.
phone Miss Taylor (9a .m.-4 p.m.)
764-8522
H34
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
Position avail. for computer program-
mer to work on FORTRAN, UMAP,
and IBM 360 coding and data man-
agement. AS degree and 1 years exp.;
math 473 or equiv. exp. Full or half
time. Call 764-2115 to make appt. for
interview. H21
PART TIME
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for part time sales work. Earning in
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pots-knives-books or any of that door
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person. If you're 20, have use of a car,
and are bondable write WilliamD.
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Arbor, Mich.
SALESMAN to start now. Professional
opportunity, married, 22-30, Bachelor's
degree. Phone 453-4030 for interview.
COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
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ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
JOBS AVAILABLE
A great opportunity for aggressive
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come distributing material to college
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Combine summer travel with large
profits, or work part-time on your
own campus. Fall jobs are also avail-
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East 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
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Band: Rehearsal Hall, School of Music,
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Audio-Visual Education Center Film
Preview-"Mystery of Stonehenge ':
Multipurpose Room, Undergracduate Li-
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National Band Conductors Conference
Marching Band Films -- Recital Hall,
School of Music, 4 p.m.
Dept. of Speech University Players
Performance - Harold Pinter's "The
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Theatre, 8 p.m.
National Band Conductors Coiference
Concert--University Sunier Session
Band, William D. Revelli, conductor:
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Doctoral Examination for [onald ,Jer-
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Investigation 0f Two Dimienslons of
Hints in Individual Problem Solving."
Thurs., July1, aA 3 p.m., om3410
Mason Hall. Chairman, N. R,. F. Mauer.
Doctoral Examination for Orlando Le-
Roy Taylor, Speech; thesis: "Aphasic
Free Word Associations," Thurs,, July
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Jerry It. Ehimain will swak on 'Plane-
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Osertory on the fIfth floor of An-
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Moon and another object to be an-
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be ar Ompaiit by adults.
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cleveland state hlospital, Cleveland,
Ohio - Social Worker with little or no
e xIerience. Critical shortage in thist
are makes hew gi ads welcome.
Jewish vocational Service, Detroit,
Mih. -fducationial and Vocational
Counselor to carry caseload of groups
eligible =or VA benefits as well as serv-{
ives of the JVS. Full time preferred but,
part time may be arranged. 30 credit?
hours of graduate training beyond the
MA level in counseling, psychology, or
related field.
Georgia Rehabilitation Center, Warmi
Springs, Ga-Openings for 1. Counselor.
2. Social Worker. 3. Phychologist, and
4. Adiustment and Orientation In-
strt'ctor. 1. Masters, three yrs. exper.
M or h", 25-45 yrs. old. 2. Grad of
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PhD, 1two yr. field exper. with individ-
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special training in this field, for the
visually hiandlicapped, Braille teaching
skilld(lriale.
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other neurological disorders. Phys. Ther.
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11 YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 224 S' delvery, Phone 662-5671. F
First. Phone 662-7409. Z delivery._Phone_662-5671._F
'66ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
.AI . . -I r- A ----. Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151.

NEW, conmpletely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-4 persois.
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
Office: 545 Church St.
761-7600
C28
University
a Y
Towers
Apartments
FALL & SUMMER RENTALS
ON CAMPUS
From $60 per person
per month
FEATURES INCLUDE:
! HEATED SWIMMING POOL
! Luxury Lobby
I, Color TVs
E Billiard Room
Air Conditioning
Many other extras
MODEL APT. OPEN
536 S. Forest
j 10-6, Every Day
I ~761-3565-NO 5-4480
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
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Wvorld's -f t5 It

Street 250:
The X-6 HUSTLER

with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
means the most in RELIABILITY.
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at
SUZUKI Cycle Center
4040 Washtenow
761 -2650
L31
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI-Fl STEREO FM receiver, 75 watt,
1 year old at % price: $170. Ten
Have 764-7516, days only. X26
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
512 William (Maynard Street)
NO 2-5579
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SLINGERLAND Drums, Bass, Tom,
Snare, High Hat and Ride Cymbals.
$200 (will accept more if offered).
663-4877, ask for Rob; call late. X25
FOR SALE

WANTED - Man to share apt. Fall-
Winter term. $57.50 monthly. Call
Battle Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark.
GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
OPPORTUNITY
To train a new kind of specialist-
in the teaching of science, math,
reading, etc., to children under age
six, especially disadvantaged. Excel-
lent career opportunities at leadership
and planning .levels, as interest in
quality preschool education mounts.
Funds recently received for limited
numtber of $2,500 fellowships begin-
ning fall '66, providing a year of aca-
demic study and active participation
in an exciting research and develop-
ment program. Able, aggressive, and
independent students invited to ap-
ply, regardless of undergraduate ma-
jor. Write to Dr. Carl Bereiter, In-
stitute for Research on Exceptional
Children, University of Illinois, Ur-
bana, Illinois 61802. F38
USED CARS
SUNBEAM Alpine '61, wire wheels, ton-
neau, good cond. $800. Call 662-1322,
evenings. N25
1960 FALCON, 6 cyl., standard, new
brakes and tires. $300. 665-6758. N27
1960 SAAB-$250 or best offer. Call
482-6271. N
1965 JAG XKE. 4.2 liter, conv., Met.
Blue.' Excel, cond. New Michelin X
tires, new Blaupumkt radio. Call NO
8-6767 after 5 p.m. N24
TRIUMPH TR4-1963, overdrive, radio,
heater, luggage rack, Toneau, in good
running cond. Price $1250. 665-4617.
WANTED TO RENT
LIST YOUR APT. FREE - Ann Arbor
Apartment Agency, 1217 S. University,
761-6865. L11
3 BEDROOM HOME--Wanted to rent or
sublet; unfurnished, by Aug. 1. Phil-
lips executive family. CALL 761-1490.
WANTED FOR FALL - West of and
preferably close to campus, with bed-
room, living room, kitchen and bath.
Willing to pay what the place is
worth, maybe more.
Contact Thomas R. Copi at 662-
8183 or 764-0552. L9

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SSI F 01 F'IIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered stundent or-
ganizations only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Monte
Carlo Night, Thurs., July 21, 8 p.m.,
1429 Hill St
Clristian Science Organization, Tes-{
tinony meeting, Thurs., July 21, 7:30f
p.m., 3545 SAB.
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction, open to everyone,
Fri., July 22, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym.

OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE
240 Nickels Arcade
INDECKS

GOLF CLUBS-Full set Wilson clubs-
7 irons, 3 woods; used less than 8
times. Will bargain. Call 662-8196
after 6 p.m. B10
FOR SALE-1964 Volkswagen. Spotless,
Has everything. $1250. Call after 5.
668-7107. B37

INFORMATION RETRIEVAL I
KITS
Invaluable for writing courses papers
or theses, reviewing for exams, doing
research prolects in the arts, sciences
or humanities.
Call Geo. Gitzendanner, 761-3607
after 6 p.m. or write 536 S. Forest,
19A, for free demonstration.
J20

SUMMER SUBLET

FURNISHED ROOMS for Summer only.
NO 8-6906. U1
1 GIRL WANTED for rest of summer
to share lovely 4-room apartment
with one other. Shady street, 3 blocks
from campus, rent negotiable. 308 E.
Jefferson. Come see or call 665-2379.
U50

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