THE MICHIIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1966
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
A Race Hits Feverish Pitch;
Tigers Only 10 Games Back
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Plhoe 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Don Wert's
seventh-inning home run follow-
ing an error by Fred Valentine on
Earl Wilson's fly ball to center
broke upa tight ball game last
night as the Detroit Tigers de-
feated the Washington Senators
Norm Cash and OrlandorMcFar-
lane homered in the Tigers' five-
run eighth and Willie Horton and
Wilson added triples.
Wilson and Frank Kreutzer were
tied 1-1 in matching three-hitters
with two out in the Detroit sev-
enth when Wilson flied to center
and Valentine dropped the ball.
Wert's fifth homer made it 3-1.
The Tigers tore into Casey Cox
and Dick Lines in the eighth. Cash
led off with his 17th homer, Al
Kaline singled, Horton tripled, and
after Mickey Stanley grounded
out, McFarlane hit his fifth homer.
Wilson tripled and Wert doubled
off Lines for another run,
Yanks Flog Birds j
NEW YORK-Joe Pepitone and1
Roger Maris walloped two-run
homers and rookie Fritz Peterson
pitched a six-hitter as the NewI
York Yankees nipped Baltimore
4-1 last night.3
Boog Powell gave the Orioles
an early lead when he whacked
his 25th homer into the upperj
deck in right field leading off in
the fourth inning.
Jim Palmer, trying for his 13th
victory, protected the lead until1
the sixth. Bobby Richardson, lead-
ing off, singled over second. After
Jake Gibbs forced Richardson at
second, Pepitone hit his 26th
homer, giving New York the lead.
Cards Slay Phils
ST. LOUIS-Larry Jaster per-
mitted just two singles through
the first eight innings but needed
ninth-inning help from Nelson
Briles as St. Louis downed Phila-
delphia 3-2 last night.
Jaster had a 3-0 lead going intot
the ninth, but Johnny Briggs tag-
ged his first pitch for a home run.
After Cookie Rojas and Johnny
Callison singled, Briles came on
and got slugger Rich Allen to hit
into a double play, Rojas scoring.
Briles ended the inning by strik-
ing out Tony Taylor.
Lou Brock slammed a 425-foot
homer off Jim Bunning after Jas-
ter singled in the third. The Card-
inals got their third run on con-
secutive doubles by Orland Ce-
peda and Mike Shannon in the
Astros Mangle Cubs
CHICAGO - A double by Ron
Davis broke up a wild battle of
home runs yesterday as the Hous-
ton Astros came from behind with
a five-run flurry in the top of
the ninth for a 8-5 victory over
the Chicago Cubs. The victory
broke Houston's nine-game losing
Davis' two-bagger scored Bob
Lillis, who had doubled, with the
winning run after catcher John
Bateman's second home run had
tied the game at 5-5.
. The Cubs unloaded four homers,
two by rookie catcher Randy
Hundley and one each by Ron
Santo and Adolfo Phillips. Hous-
ton countered with three, the two
by Bateman and one by Rusty
Reds Edge Giants
CINCINNATI - Vada Pinson
singled home relief pitcher Sammy
Ellis with the tie-breaking run in
the seventh inning, boosting Cin-
cinnati to a 3-2 victory over San
Francisco last night.
With the game tied 2-2 and one
out in the seventh, Ellis singled,
went to second when Bob Bolin
walked Tommy Harper and scored
one out later as Pinson singled to
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2 OR 3 MAN APTS. for Fall. Mod.,
furn., air-cond. One bdrm., spacious
living room, kit. $185/mo. 736 Pack-
ard, Apt. 106, 663-3794. C
"APARTMENT LOCATING SERVICE"-
Ann Arbor Apartment Directory. Lists
virtually all available living accom-
modations in the Ann Arbor area and
includes a map. Revised current edi-
tions prepared weekly. On sale at
Follett's, Slater's, Wahr's, and Mar-
shall's Book Stores. Also available at
1217 w. University (Ann Arbor Apart-
ment Agency). C6
331 CATHERINE, two apts., each has 3
bdrms. First or second floor. Call
Call Classified between 1:00 to 2:30
FOR RENT HELP WANTED
Now accepting aiplications fdr capable
young men and women to work in
- FALL '66 ~our shoe satlon. RFRE
NEW, completely fuxrnish~ed, close-in orso aln
apartmennts. Available for 2-4 percomi
DAHLMANN APARTMENT S Flexible schedule available for stu-
dents. Contact Mrs. Kujawa, Per-
Office, 545 Church St.
RALPH'S HAS kindly informed us not
to wear our bands of black as he will
be opening again on Aug. 25.
HI HANDSOME! Do I miss you? Fairly.
WANTED TO BUY-10-20 gallon ac-
quarium, pump, heater, etc. 665-7121.
FOR SALE - BOOKS: Literature, the-
ology, history, other. Moving 8/15.
Must sell. Call 665-4617. F40
SPACIOUS, well-furnished, 3-man apt.
523 Hill. 2 girl grad students looking
for a third. Rent $50 a mo. utilities
included. Phone 662-8592. F39
NEED COMPANION to help share driv-
ing and gas expenses for trip to
California, Aug. 22-663-2723. F38
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19-in. all channel portables for
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
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, Ill. (Roommate got married).
TRAILER - Strong, ideal for moving,
heavy duty, Army made. Size: 4 by 7
by 31 high. Rebuilt and repainted.
$125. Call 663-3618 after 5. B15
HARLEY 1959-3 wheel cycle, good cond.
New rubber, paint, large luggage cor-
p a'tment. Best offer, Call- 663-9119.
rFOR SALE-1964 VolkswagnSptes
MALE GRAD student desires ROOM-
MATE to share modern, furnished, Has everything $1250. Call after 5
air-cond. apt. Near hospitals-Call 668-7107 B37
mornings or weekends, 663-8210. F37
FREE RIDE TO Ames or Des Moines.
Need a rider to accompany my wife RIDERS WANTED to Chicago. Leaving
when she drives to Ames about Aug. Fri., Aug. 12. Call Laurie, 665-7962.
17. Call 764-0597, after five call NO5- T5
RIDER WANTED to Denver, Aug. 11.
INTRIGUING DOCUMENTARY: "The Call 663-8376. T6
F.B.I. Security Affair". Marshall's - C
Overbeck's. F35 RIDERS WANTED to NYC, around Aug.a
. SAD NEWS for all members of the Ann 21. Call 761-5372. G35
Arbor summer community: Ralph's
has closed for summer vacation! F LOST AND FOUND
HI HANDSOME! Hope you had as good LOST - U of M CLASS RING (1967
a time last weekend as I. Thank you, initialed RL . Reard. 665-7121, 746
muchly! F7 iA46
ENSIAN 1941-Old grad retired from the BIKES AND SCOOTERS
wars wan ts to buy. Call 764-9852, 5-6
1p.cr write E, Pintek, Betsy Bar- 50 cc BSA Engine completely rebuilt.
bour. F24 Call 662-0905. $525. Z32I
WANTED TO BUY-10-20 gallon acquar- HONDA 50, 1965, elect. starter. Call1
ium, pump, heater, etc. 665-7121. F33 665-2397. Z31
1 GIRL LOOKING for 2 or 3 other girls HONDA S90, 1965. Excellent cond. 662-
with an apt. who need a roommate 4276. $285, helmet and jacket. Z39
for both fall and winter, 761-7797. F29,
-----_1966 YAMAHA 125, 1300 miles. Call 761-
IF YOU HAVE a lux. apt. Woman grad 7735 Z30
student '63, will pay 575 plus to share --.--- - -
418 E. Washington
Furnished luxury one bdrms. Air-cond,'
sound proofed, study hall, suitable
for 3 students. $177. NO 8-6906. C45
BEAUTIFUL 4- or 5-man mode apt.
available for Fall. Air-conditioned. See
it at 1000 Oakland. For information,
call Dan or Jim, 761-3785. C44
ALPHA KAPPA PSI-Prof, Bus. Frat.,
has a few apt openings in its new
lux. furn. building now being com-
pleted at 406 Packard. Call Mr. Roy,
665-9884; Mr. Stanley, 662-5662, or
Mr. Dexner, 761-4647. C1
STILL A FEW APTS. available. for
LARGE APARTMENT for 4 and 5 stu-
dents. Avail, for fall occupancy. Air-
cond., covered parking. Finest fur-
nishings are but a few of the desir-
able features of our bldg.
LIBERTY LAND CO.
Has new apts. available for Aug. 25.
2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 man units all are furn-
ished, carpeted, and air-cond. Laundry
and storage fac. in each building.
Edinburgh Apts., 912 Brown
Warich Apts., 4415 First
Hampton Apts., 323 Packard
Winsor Apts., 315 S. Division
Whitehall Apts., 507 Hill
Call Jim Boyer now for appts.j
209 NORTH INGALLS
Newly furnished, completely remodel-
ed 2 bedroom apartments with wall-
to-wall carpeting, modern kitchens.
and a location between Rackham and
St. Joseph's Hospital. $180 per month.
One bedrooms also available from
1958 FAIRLANE. Excellent cond. Runs
very well. Must sell. $220 or best offer.
Call 761-1907, ask for Wolfgang or
come to 907 Lincoln. N40
TRIUMPH TIGER CUB, 1965, 220 miles.
200 cc.; helmet and insurance incl.
$550. Must sell. NO 3-4312. N39
'65 VW STAND. mint cond. Still has
warranty. Sacrifice-going to Europe.
Call evenings, 668-6007. N42
FOR SALE - 1963 VW, sunroof. Call
FORD GERMAIN 1963 Station Wagon.
Radio, luggage rack. Exe. cond. $750.00
cash or $52/mo. taae over payments.
Call 761-2861 N38
'59 TRIUMPH TR-3
Wire wheels, torreau cover, etc. Soling-
er, 764-3446 or 662-4635. N36
From $60 per person
per r onth
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
Many other extras
MODEL APT. OPEN
536 S. Forest
10-6, Every Day
FREE ICED TEA
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10 and $12 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs.
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. 483-1894.
Detroit Blood Service
ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
A great opportunity for aggressive
college students to earn a high in-
come distributing material-to college
campuses all over the United States.
Combine summer travel with large
pr'ifits. or work part-time on your
own campus. Fall jobs are also avail-
able. Contact: Collegiate-Dept. D, 27
East 22 St., New York, N.Y. 10010.
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS,
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE, INC.
512 William (Maynard Street)
SLINGERLAND Drums, Bass, Tom,
Snare, High Hat and Ride Cymbals.
$200 (will accept more if offered).
663-4877, ask for Rob; call late. X25
- SALESMAN to start now. Professional
opportunity, married, 22-30, Bachelor's
degree. Phone 453-4030 for interview.
WANTED-Part-time garage attendant,
no exp. needed, must be able to vork
through next fall. For appt., NO 8-
Multi-Million Dollar Company hiring
for part time sales work. Earnings in
excess of $3.00 per hour. This is not
pots-knives-books or any of that door
to door nonsense. This company is
expanding all across the nation, con-
sequently this could be more than
dust a part time job for the right
person.T f you're 20, have use of a car,
and are bondable write William D.
Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
W L Pet.
Baltimore 71 40 .640
Detroit 61 50 .550
Cleveland 60 52 .536
Calif ornia 58 53 .523
Chicago 56 55 .505
Minnesota 57 56 .504
New York 5t 61 .455
Kansas City 50 62 .446
Washington 51 66 .436
Boston 48 68 .414
Cleveland 5, Boston 0
New oYrk 4, Baltinore 1
Detroit 8, Washington 3
Chicago 2, Kansas City 1
California 2,AsInnesota 0
Cleveland at Boston
Baltimore at New York
Detroit at Washington (n)
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Minnesota at California (11)
FEE, FIE, FOE, FUM:
Midwest Colleges Sign
Prep Basketball Giants,
WV L P'ct. GB
Pittsburgh 65 46 .586 -
San Francico 66 49 .574 1
Los Angles 63 47 .573 1l
Philadelphia 60 52 .536 5 fz
St. Louis 58 53 .523 7
Cincinnati 58 55 .513 8
Atlanta 53 59 .473 121
Houston 50 61 .450 15
New York 49 62 .4411 16
Chicago 36 4 .3,?7 28r7
Houston 8, Chicago 5
Pittsburgh 2, New York 1
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2
Atlanta 2, Los Angeles 1
Los Angeles at Atlanta (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (n)
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
Houston at Chicago
By The Associated Press
In the basketball-rich Midwest,
5-foot-11 players are a dime a
dozen since the modern collegiate!
accent is on height.
Except when little fellows like
5-11 Dale Kelley of Galesburg,
Ill., add 5-9 Greg Carney of Chi-
cago come along, that is.
Kelley, a high school All-Ameri-
can who makes up for his lack of
height with a pair of pogo-like
legs, is among the top prep recruits
signed by various Midwest schools.
He was grabbed by Northwestern,
Kelley, who averaged nearly 30
points, "can stick his elbow over
the rim at the top of his jump,"
Northwestern recruiters claim.
Carney, a mighty mite who pos-
sesses an uncanny eye for the
basket and equal adeptness at
passing, signed with Wichita.
Bradley Gets Rohlman I
Bradley has signed 6-3 Bill Rohl-
man of Streator, Ill., who averag-
ed 26 points, last season.
Miami of Ohio signed 6-4 Larry
Mazola of Detroit. Larry Smith,
ledo. The Rockets also got 6-2
Jim Miller of Xenia, Ohio.
The top scorer in Wisconsin, 6-3
Jeff Sewell of Grafton, signed
with Marquette, which also landed
6-5 Ron Rahn of Milwaukee and
6-5 Joe Thomas of Canton, Ga.
Talented 6-9 Jim Ard of Thorn-
ton, Ill., and 6-2 Bob Schwallie
of Cincinnati have signed Uni-
versity of Cincinnati grants.
Ohio State plucked 6-6 Dave#
Sorensen from its own backyard,
Findley, Ohio. Purdue signed 7-0
Chuck Bavis of Garrett, Ind.,
beating out about 80 schools seek-
ing the big boy's services.
Hoosiers Take Two
Indiana landed 6-5 Mike Niles
of Warsaw, Ind., and 6-2 Joe
Cooke of Toledo, Ohio.
Minnesota is counting on an-
other Mikan from Minneapolis-
6-6 Larry Mikan--to help boost
its 1966-67 frosh hopes. The Goph-
ers have also signed 6-5 John
Beyers of Luverne, Mich., and- 6-6
Pat Fitzsimmons of Effingham,
Wisconsin has signed the 6-8
Memphis, Tenn., s t a r Albert
Henry, who averaged 20 points and
18 rebounds last season.
with 3 grad students. Call VE 6-3033.
SUMMER PLACE Recreation Area --
Riding stable open weekends, swim-
ming and picnic area. Available for
private parties or groups. Call 432-
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151.
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
number of $2,500 fellowships begin-
ning fall '66, providing a year of aca-
demic study and active participation
in an exciting research and develop-
nient 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
3 LIVELY MALE roommates looking for
4th in fall. Mod. air-ond, apt. 610 S.
Forest. 761-3753. F25
1965 YAMAHA 80; 1200 miles, including : -
helmet. Phone 761-1696. Z30 Days: 662-7787 Evenings: 761-4018
FOR SALE--1964 Yamaha 00. Only 2100
miles. Excellentcondition. Call 761- ROOMS FOR RENT-Excellent singles
7179. Z47 and doubles, available now in all-
graduate house. 3 buocks from cam-
1965 HONDA C100. Helmet. 650 miles. pus. Phone 663-5930 anytime. C36
excellent, NO 5-9468. Z42
HONDA C-100. Only 416 miles. Stored
all winter. NO 3-9623. Z24 93 Ma n s
a 6-2 guard who scored 49 points
in one game last season for his
Flint, Mich., team, decided on To-
Aff.. . .
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50 to 250 cc.
Service on Most Makes
HONDA PARTS AND SERVICE
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann
We carry complete parts
23257 Woodward, 548-4488
Ferndale, north of Detroit
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-
YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 2241
First. Phone 662-7409.
RENT A CYCLE
From $3.25 an hour.
University Motorcycle Sales
211 E. Ann
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
2% Blocks from Campur
Air-conditioned, carpeted, fully fur-
nished bi-levels with 1 large bedroomP
and study. Paved and covered park-
SPECIAL TERMS FOR
afternoons and evenings
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
NEW AND OLD BUILDINGS
Efficiencies, 2 Bedroom
612 S. Forest No, G
Patrick J. Pute Inc.
One or two openings in personality
research-20 hours work total, at
$2.50/hour. No special background re-
All applicants will receive $1.50 for
completing brief, required applica-
tion, (This information will be used
for an unrelated study, now under-
phone Miss Taylor (9 a.m.-4 p.m.)
CLERK-Young lady over 18. For 2
nights per week. Must have good
references. $1.50/hr. Village Apothe-
cary. 1112 S. University. Call for ap-
pointment NO 3-5533. H
MALE, OVER 18, to stock and deliver.
Mon.-Sat., 3-6. Must have good ref-
erences. $1.5/hr. Village Apothecary.
1112 S. University. Call for appt.
MEN-Earn $2.50 as a psych, study sub-
ject. Easy, painless, 40 mins, a day
on two successive days. For appt, call
764-0430 weekdays before 5. H47
EDP SYSTEMS ANALYST
An expanding Data Processing program
at Albion College offers an excellent
opportunity for an imaginative and'
creative person to develop a College
Information Systemddesigned around
a 1401-1311 disk system. Responsibili-
ties will include Isntallation Manage-
ment, systems and procedures design,
and programming. Compensation to
be based on individual's experience
and ability. Liberal fringe benefits
including family-tuition allowance.
Write: Mr. Werner N. Snow
Albion, Michigan 49224
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-I New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White" and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs ironing
S-T-R-E-T-C-H L EVI'S
Braves Diseharge Bragan,
Name Hitchcock Manager
man apt. 1111 S. State No. 6. Call 665-
9692 after 6. F18
THIRD GIRL NEEDED for Fall andj
By The Associated Press
ATLANTA -- Bobby Bragan's
stormy career with the Braves
came to an end yesterday when he
was fired as Atlanta manager and
replaced by Billy Hitchcock.
The change, long expected, was
made in an attempt to get the
Braves out of the second division
in the National League, General
Manager John McHale said.
"We owe it to the fans of At-
lanta to finish just as high as we
can,", McHale said. "We waited
this long, hoping Bobby could get
the club moving. All the evidence
pointed.to the fact that he
Hitchcock, who managed the
Baltimore Orioles in the American
League in 1962 and 1963, took over
with the Braves in seventh place,
121/2 games out of the lead.
The 50-year-old baseball veteran
had been considered Bragan's
probable successor ever since he
was hired as an Atlanta coach last
"I don't plan to make any startl-
ing changes," Hitchcock said. "I
just found out I was the manager
when I was awakened at 7:40 this
Hitchcock~ said he hopes to bol-
ster the Braves' struggling pitch-
ing staff by "putting confidence
in my pitchers, and giving them
Pitching problems plagued Bra-
gan all season, and he has been
the target of Atlanta fans' boos
for weeks. He also was unpopular
with Milwaukee fans last season
before the Braves left Wisconsin
and moved to Dixie.
Bragan, also fired as manager
of the Pittsburgh Pirates and the
Cleveland Indians, was in his
fourth season with the Braves.
They finished sixth in 1963, fifth
in 1964 and fifth again last year
despite what is considered one of
baseball's hardest-hitting teams.
"Nobody likes to be fired, but
this was no surprise," said the
48-year-old Bragan. "Nobody ever
treated me any better than the
Braves, although our experience in
Milwaukee and Atlanta was a
Winter to share new luxury apt. Near
Michigan State found fertile re- campus. 761-3729, after 5. F49
cruiting within the state, grabbing V
three high school All-Americans aRENALS I L wes663-7242nt rates.
from its own area in 6-5 Ron Washington St. Free Delivery. F7
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Gibbons. .WE DO. Come in and see for yourself.
In-Staters Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
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with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
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Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E, Washington
Michigan also recruited heavily
in Michigan, netting a group of
state stars headed by 6-7 All-
American Rudy Tomjanovich of
Hamtrack and Rich Bloodworth of
Iowa had a successful recr'uiting
year, with 6-10 Joe Bergman of
Clinton, Iowa, the biggest catch.
Bergman averaged 32 points last
Kansas State landed 7-1 Ray
Lavender of St. Louis. All-America
prepper 6-7 Rich Bradshaw of
Chicago heads the list of Kansas
WANTED - Man to share apt. Fall-
Winter term. $57.50 monthly. Call
Battle Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark.
discount records, inc.,
1235 S. UNIVERSITY-300 S. STATE
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Missouri's future hopes
Bragan, who had a one-year brightened when the Tigers got
contract, will remain on the 6-4 All-American prepper Mike
Braves' payroll the rest of the Wist of Bloomfield. Dayton got a
year. He said he did not think he prize catch in 6-8 George Janky
would have any trouble getting of Chicago, a prep All-American
another baseball job. sought by dozens of schools.
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