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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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M' Loses To Western, 6-31

For Direct ClassAiied Ad Service, Ih.764. 0 7
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

By BUD WILKINSON
Sports Editor
The Michigan baseball team
dropped its second nonconference
game in two days yesterday as
Western Michigan jolted Michi-
gan, 6-3, in Ann Arbor.
Coach Moby Benedict continued
to search for a third Big Ten
starter using three junior pitchers
who have seen little action so far
this year.
Southpaw Joe Kerr, who held
Detroit hitless in his 2%/ inning
stint on Monday, was also the most
effective of the Wolverine pitchers
yesterday.
Pitching the last 21/3 innings
against the Broncos, one of the
top ten teams in the country,
Kerr scattered four hits and gave
up no runs.
Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 19 7 .731 G
Pittsburgh 14 9 .609 31.
Houston 15 11 .577 4
Los Angeles 14 12 .538 5
Philadelphia 11 10 .514 5%/
New York 9 10 .474 61,
Atlanta 13 15 .464 7
Cincinnati 10 14 .417 8
St. Louis 9 14 .391 8 Y2
Chicago 6 18 .250 12
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 8, Chicago 0
San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 1 (15 inn)
Los Angeles 6, Philadelphia 1
New York 7, Houston 4
Cincinnati 8-8, Atlanta 2-0
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago
Houstonat New York (n)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (n)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at Atlanta (n)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 16 4 .800 --
Cleveland 15 5 .750 1
Detroit 14 9 .609 31 -
California 13 10 .656 414
Chicago 11 9 .550 5
Minnesota 9 10 .474 61A-
Washington 8 13 .381 84
Kansas City 7 15 .318 10
New York 7 16 .304 10'
Boston 7 16 .304 10! ;
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Baltimore 3, Chicago 2 (12 inn)
Kansas City 3, Boston 2 (10 inn)
Detroit 3, Cleveland 2
Washington 4, California 1
New York at Minnesota (ppd, rain)
TO0DAY'S GAMIES
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
New York at Minnesota (n)
Boston at Kansas City (n)
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
Washington at California (n)

Western took the lead early in'
the game, scoring once in the
second inning and crossing the
plate with three more runs in the
fourth.
Western's first run came on a
double by catcher Bruce Bales, an
error and a sacrifice fly to left
field by Art Marcell.
The three Bronco runs in the
second were scored on three singles
and two Wolverine errors.
Michigan was held scoreless un-
til the 'seventh inning although in
both the third and fifth innings
the diamondmen loaded the bases
with one out but failed to score.
In the third Michigan's threat
ended with a strikeout and a
ground out to first, and in the
fifth frame relief pitcher Jim
Johnson halted the Wolverines by
striking out two.
I-M Softball,
Co-Rec Begin
For Summer
The summer intramural pro-
gram swings into action next
Tuesday with league softball
games.
All games will begin at 6 p.m.
during the summer, and team en-
tries are needed. Individuals may
also enter and teams will be made
up from those signing up individ-
ually. Entries may be made by
phoning the Intramural Sports
Building.
Beginning tonight and continu-
ing throughout the summer on
Wednesday nights is the co-rec-
reation program.
From 7:30 to 10 p.m. on Wed-
nesday's both men and women
students may participate in swim-
ming, gymnastics, p a d d 1 e b a l 1,
squash and, after tonight, in vol.
leyball and badminton at the
Sports Building.
Also on tap for the summer will
be individual tournaments in pad-
dleball, handball and squash, and
interested students are invited to
sign up now.
The Intramural Building will
be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
Monday through Friday during theI
summer.

In the seventh Michigan scored
all three of its runs on two hits.
Shortstop Bob Gilhooley started
the inning with a walk and ad-
vanced to second on Dick Schry-
er's single to left field.
Both runners moved up when
Chan Simonds was given a base
on balls and Gilhooley came in
with Michigan's first run on a
passed ball.
After Andy Fisher struck out, Al
Bara slammed a triple to center
field-the only extra-base hit of
the afternoon for the Wolverines
-and drove in Schryer and
Simonds.
Schryer was the big hitter for
Michigan, getting three safties in
four times at bat, but it was not
enough to stop the Broncos.
Western's final two runs came
in the seventh on a double and
two singles off Wolverine reliever
Bill Zepp.
WESTERN MICHIGAN
AB RIH
Locanto 2b 5 1 1
Cuyler cf 2 0 0
Lautzenhiser if 3 0 0
Koselke lb 5 1 3
Staron lb 5 2 2
Bales e 4 2 3
Mackie lf-ef 5 0 2
Marcell 3b 2 0 1
Roberts ss 3 0 0
Hallip 3 0 0
Johnson p 2 0 1
Totals 39 6 13
MICHIGAN
AB R H
Gilhooley ss 4 1 0
Sizemore c 4 0 1
Schryer cf 4 1 3
Simonds lb 3 1 2
Fisher if 4 0 0
a-Nelson 1 0 0
Bara rf 4 01
Sygar 2b 3 0 0
Wakabayashi 3b 2 0 0
Lyijynen p 2 0 0
Zepp p 1 0 0
Kerr p 1 0 0
Totals 33 3 7
W. MICHIGAN 013 000 200-6
MICHIGAN 000 000 300-3
E - Marcell, Roberts, Gilhooley,
Schryer, Fisher, Wakabayashi. PO-
A-Michigan 27-13, Western 27-8.
LOB-Western 14, Michigan 11. DP
-Michigan. RBI-Koselke, Mackie 2,
Marcell, Roberts, Johnson, Bara 2.
2B-Bales 2, Koselke, Mackie, Size-
more. 3B-Bara. SB--Mackie. SF -
Roberts, Marcell.
PITCHING SUMMARY
IP H R-ER BB SO
Lyi.jynen (L, 0-2) 4 6 4-3 2 2
Zepp 21j3 2-2 2 1
Ke r 2'. 4 0-0 0 1
Hall 4"-'j 4 0-0 2 3
Johnson (W) 41: 3 3-3 4 6
HBP-Schryer (by Hall) Locanto
(by Kerr). PB-Bales.

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HELP WANTED
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PART TIME-FULL TIME
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Expanding this area. Ambitious men to
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earnings plus bonus and scholarships,
car required. For appointment call
Mr. Petterson, 764-7460 SAB. H46
YARD WORK, $1.25 hr. Transportation
needed. NO 5-5201. H37
APT. 2 rm., bath, kitchenette, garage.
In exchange for maintenance work.
Grad students only. NO 3-2588. H42
SALESMAN to start June 1st. Profes-
sional opportunity, married 22-30.
Bacheros degree. Phone 453-4030 for
interview. H41
CHILD CARE, supervise 4 children ages
5 to 9. AM or afternoons. Now until
Sept. Crest and Liberty. $1.25, prefer
experience. Call 663-1875 after 8 p.m.
H34
$1 PER HOUR Mon. and Wed., and/or
Tues. and Thurs. 9:45-11 :15 a.m. Care
for 3 yr. old. Near campus. 668-8442
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WANTED-Student to assist in physical
care of professor in wheel chair.
Tasks incl. getting him into car. Stu-
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to 9 a.m. 12:15 pm t.o 1 pm. daily

HELP WANTED
Male & Female Help Wanted
OPENINGSFOR CHILD CARE
WORKERS
AT
PLYMOUTH STATE HOME &
TRAINING SCHOOL
Child Care Workers A, 21 yrs., a
minimum of 56 semester hours com-
pleted and currently enrolled in a
college or university. Salary ranges
from $4906-$5533 depending on edu-
cation.
Child Care Worker B, 19 yrs., a mini-
mum of 28 semester hours completed
and currently enrolled in a college or
university. Salary $4363 per annum.
To work with young retarded and an
excellent opportunity to combine
work and practical field experience
for those interested in careers in
milieu treatment, Education, Social
Work, Speech Therapy, and related
fields. For further information, con-
tact Personnel Office, Plymouth State
Home, 453-1500, Mon. thru Fri., 8-4:30.
H421
COMPANION to girls 10 and 13 whil
parents abroad. Aug. 3 to 26. Swim
club, min. housework. 662-5840. H30
PART TIME
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
just a part time jobfor the right
person. If you're 20, have use of a
car, and are bondable write William
D. Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
Arbor, Mich.
FOR SALE
VOSS port, typewriter, unused. Grad.
present. Will sacrifice, $80. Bob, 665-
0729. B35
BUCL HELMET, white, new, unused.
Will sacrifice, $35. Call Bob, 665-0729.
B36

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F10
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HAPPY SUMMER to Everyone In Love
F48
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Do something creative. Join The Mich-
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2 NURSES want 3rd female roommate
Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. F44
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It doesn't matter.
RALPH'S WANTS YOU!
RALPH'S MARKET
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
709 Packard
SUMMER SUBLET
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY - 3 girls to
share 4 bdrm. flat. 10 min. from cam-
pus. Spring and/or summer. $27.50
nio. per person. 761-7508. U24

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Reward for information regard-
ing a brown female long hair stripped
cat lost May 5, in the Forest-Forest
Ct. area. She's needed desperately to
nurse her new born kittens. 663-4162.
A25
LOST-2 boxes April 26 at S. Quad. Any
information call Ann, 764-4944, Re-
ward. A24
LOST-Rug 10x10 and large shield, on
S. Division on Thursday. 668-8442.
A23
FOR RENT
ONE ROOM for single woman. Kitchen
facilities. Rent $50. NO 2-6987. C8
FOR RENT-Immed. Occupancy-Fur-
nished 2 bdrm. apt. Ideal for 2-3
students or married couple. Off street
parking, attic storage facilities. Resi-
dential area: 405 Snyder (across from
Stadium). MUST SACRIFICE FOR
$110/mo. Call 663-7764 after 6 p.m. C7
PRIVATE ROOM, bath and entralnce in
four man house. $45. 662-8186.r C6
SINGLE ROOM with kitchen privileges
for man on campus. NO 2-7395. C4
BUSINESS SERVICES
HAIR REMOVAL
Done by electrolysis. Information avail-
able through U. Hospital Derm. Clinic,
764-5146. J191
IN DECKS
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
~KITS
Invaluable for writing course papers
or theses, reviewing for exams, doing
research projects in the arts, sciences
or humanities.
Call Geo. Gitzendanner, 761-3607,
after 6 p.m. or write 536 S. Forest,
19A, for free demonstration. J18
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO NEW YORK May 12 or
13. Riders wanted. Call Randy, 761-
6070. G25
AIRPORT
LIMOUSINES
for information call
663-8300
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union

WANTED TO RENT
FURN. GARDEN apt. or house to sublet
for summer (June 25-Aug. 25) for
parents of two children. Write Box
51, 420 Maynard St., A.A. L50
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house or
apartment in district with good grade
school. Desire occupancy about June
15th. Prof. and family with Ann
Arbor references. Please write full
details to William Cherniak, 710 E.
Hacienda Drive Yuma, Arizona.
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STOR E
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.50
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98

LEVI JACKETS
"White"-$6.98
Tlue Denim-$5.99

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LEVI'S Supersim's-$4.98,-
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"White"-$5.98
TURTLENECKS--$1 .69
(15 Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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except Sun, Wed., 12:15 p.m. to 3:15-_________- -
p.m. Room and board in exchange CANOE, 18 ft. Grumman, 2 new pad-I
NO 2-1585 after 5. H35 dies, 2 float-pillows, carrier. $200.
761-4713. B22'
SOMEONE for LAWN WORK. Exper-
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H3 to London, May 20/Aug. 15. 764-9010.
H3_ B33
FULL OR PART TIME al ann ~~- ~~ ^ ~~~--~~
furnished, work any hours availaie MUSICAL MDSE.,
Call NO 2-6274. H31 RADIS _DPAIRCS

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BABYSITTER WANTED by fac. wife
Mon. thru Fri. afternoons. Four chil-
~din in school one 4 yr. old, at home.
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publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday 11ive iniformnation about their program Lansing, Mlich. (Waverly Schs'.) - $ frYn o-mtiv e: our 10.Mond hru Thr
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UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE INC. WANT ROOMMATE to share mod. apt.
518 William (Maynard House) with law student for summer. Call'
MUSIC-Domestic and Foreign 662-1058 or 764-9454, ask for Ron. U25
Music books and all accessories -_-_---_-- --- --
NO 2-5579 FURN. 1 BDRM. APT, 1 block from
X i campus. Avail. on June 1st. 665-2115.
U26
BA1NJOS, GUiITAFS, AND BONG;OS
BSUMMER FUN INCLUDES-Distinctive
A-1 New and Used Instruments apt. in house with cupola, screened
Rental Purchase Plana porch. septagonally round living room,
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR For 1 or 2, near S.U. and Church.
119 W. Washington 662-1281. U21
UE d CARS MALE GRAD roomma te wanted. Own
bdrin., swimming pool; near campus;
air-cond. Reasonable. Call Tom, 722-
FOR SAL E-.450. '60 Triumph TR3 9210 days. evenings 663-3283. U14
Hardtop (detachable). Must be sold - e _e__ng ____3-_2 __.
this week. Triced to Go. Contact ON CAMPUS-2-man suite, furnished,
Mark Glenden, 663-9519. N35 Summer rates, $65 per month, utili-
,4 D m .d - ties incl. Mr. Kerr, 663-2108. U9
VW, '64. RED, 16,000 miles, radio, white-_________

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ich. N33

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 POSITION OPENINGS:
Hational Center for Health Statistics,
r Dept. of Health, Ed. & Welfare - A
Day Calendar bookl is in the Bureau describing a
Programmed Learning for Business Junior Professional Training Program
Workshop-"Training ystems": Michi- for beginning-level statisticians, social
UnUnion, 8:30 anm t science analysts. All grads regardless of
an nmajor must have 6 hours of statistics
and three of mathematics, be eligible'
General notiees on Federal Service Entrance Exam.
Central Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich. -
Doctoral Examination for Gene Doyle Immediate opening for management.
Amman, Forestry; thesis: "A Study of Trainee leading to branch mgr. or asst
the Native Predators of the Balsarn mgr. Degree Bus. Ad., Econ., Acctg.,
Wooly Aphid, Chermes piceae Ratz. 24-30 yrs., no exper. required.
(Homoptera: Chermidae), in North Car- Shamie Publications, Detroit-Three
lina," W ed., May 11, 1503 Nat. Res. sit i e n inl i c. &,Oio fT r
Bldg., at 2:30 p.m. Chairman, F. B. positions open in Mich. & Ohio for
Knight, sales representative for regional food'
industry newspaper. Deal with adv.
Doctoral Examination for Walter agencies and food manufacturers in;
Ray Moberly II, Zoology; thesis: "The mktg., adv., and sales depts. Lib. Arts,
Physiological Correlates of Activity in or Journ., recent grad, no exper. re-
the Common Iguana, Iguana iguana" quired.
Wed., May 11, 211 Nat. Set. Bldg., at 10 YMCA of Toledo, Ohio-Opening this
'a.m. Chairman, W. R. Dawson. Sept. for young woman. Women's and
g sirls' program directorship.
Pla eCity of Newton, Mass., Newton Centre,
Mass.-Senior Planner in Planning De-
ANNOUNCEMENT: partment. Will conduct studies, and
Attention June and August Graduates: supervise drafting and graphic presen-
Seniors and graduates with minimum of tateons. 4 yrs. professional exper.,or
12-15 semester hours at U. of Mich masters degree and two yrs. exper.
are eligible to register for placement City of Greenville, Greenville, Mich.
services. Come in and browse through --Openings for Assistant City Engineer
current positions in variety of fields and City Assessor.
directories of schools, employers, gov- Local Firm-Editorial Assistant for
ernment opnortunities and company Research Mathematical Biologist. Will
literature. Hours: 8:30-12 and 1:30-4:30. take care of academic supervisors re-
Peace Corps: Staff positions open for search projects, primary responsibility
men and women, in Washington and for publication of technical journal,
overseas. Some positions require tech- editing, and Information gathering,
nical skills in fields of health, psy- and acctg. for journal. English or jour-
chology, agriculture, education, and ad- nalism major with some mathematical
ministration. More importantly, a ma- background.
ture person with inagination and flex- * *
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TU ES., MTAY 17-
Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
P.S.-Elem., Elem. Span., Lib.; Se.-
Econ., Engl., Ind. Arts, Coop. Coord.,
Wrestling Coach.
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (No. 8) -
Fields not stated.
Milford, Mich.-Elem.-K-6, Lib., Phys.
Ed.; J.H.-Span., Soc. St., Sci., Math.
Engl., Art, Vocal, Girls PE, Couns.-
Boys, Sp. Corr., Visit. Tch., Diag.; H.S.
-Bus. Ed., Soc. St., Engl./Journ., Fr,
Latin, Math.
Berkley, Mich.-Elem.--Spec. Ed., Sp.
Corr., Diag., Visit. Tch., Perc. Dev.;
J.H.-Soc St., Math, Engl, Gen. Sci.;
H.S.-Sp./Drama, Engl., Math. Chem.
Washington, D.C. (Job Corps) - Rec.,
PE, Couns., Ind. Arts.
WED., MAY 18-
Ortonville, Mich.-Elem.; Ind. Arts,
Soc. St., Head Baseball, Asst. Football,
Asst. Basketball, Asst. Track.
THURS., MAY 19-
Imlay iCty, Mich.-Elem.-, Later;
J.H.-Math, Sci., Engl.; H.S.-Engl./Fr..
Comm./Short.
Roseville ,Mich.-Elem.; J.H.-Engl.,
Math, Girls PE, Engl./Latin, Couns.,
Gen. Sc ., Ind. Arts; H.S.-Engl., Biol,,
Voc. Music, Art, Home Ec., Couns. -
Woman, Type A, Type B.
WED. MAY 25-
Fraser, Mich.-Elem., Lib.; J.H. -
Math/Sci.; H.S.-Auto. Mech., Sci., Eng-
lish-Dept. Head Sp. Corr., Visit. Tch.,
Type A.
TIURS. MAY 26-
Flint, Mich. (Carman S.D.)-Elem.;
J.H.-Engl., Lib., Sp. Corr., Ed. Ment.
Hdcp. Visit. Tch., Read. Cons. Dist. Ed.
VCj,, . ,
Coord.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, Educa-
tion Division, 3200 SAB. For appoint-
ments ONLY contact Miss Collins, 764-
7462.

1961 MGA Conv. Jim Langworthy, 801
ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER Catherine. 761-3987. N32

JOBS AVAILABLE

BIKES AND SCOOTERS

A great opportunity for a gre.sive HONDA C-100, only 416 miles. Stored
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