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laney
(A)-The Milwau-
ived here !onday
eries and Manager
imediately got into
reporter.
stepped fromk the
er, a newsman ask-
hought the Braves
p" in the series.
," Haney replied
the hell's the mat-
hat kind of a ques-
o get into our club

YOGI BERRA
. battery mate

WHITEY FORDT
starting pitcher

t he
iues-

KICKERS STAR:
Cleveland and Green Bay
Highlight NFL- Openers

a lot of guts to make
that," Haney shot

tthe
Yan-

are favored bec
we'll get more

The National Football League
opened its season Sunday with re-
sults that left the experts gasping.
. Lou 'the toe' Groza booted the
Cleveland Browns past the world
champion New York Giants, 6-3,
while -the Green Bay Packers were
upsetting the Chicago Bears, last
year's Western Division leaders,
21-17.
Baltimore's "hungry" 'Colts
played inspired football against
the Detroit Pions, upsetting them,
34-14 ,
The Pittsburgh Steelers gave
the Eastern Division a clear warn-
ing that they may spell trouble.
as the Steelers rolled, over the
Washington Redskins, 28-7.
In other games the Chicago
Cardinals surprised the San Fran-

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GreenB
Los Ang
Chicago
Detroit
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WESTERN DIVISION
W L T7
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Bay 1 0 0
geles 1 0 0
Bears 0 1 0
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cisco Forty-Niners, 20-10 and the
Los Angeles Rams beat the Phila-
delphia Eagles, 17-13.,
Groza and Ben Agajanian, the
toeless three-point specialist for
the New York Giants, traded sec-
ond period field goals., But -with
only 21 seconds left in the game
the golden-toed Groza kicked a
47-yd. field goal into the wind to
give the Browns their initial vic-
tory of the 1957 campaign.
Babe Parilli passed the Pack-
ers to ai upset win over the Bears.
Parilli fired a six-yard TD pasA
to Gary Knafelc in the fourth
quarter to.. climax Green Bay's
uphill .drive. Parilli had previous-
ly heaved a TD pass to Bill How-
ton.
The league debut of George,
Wilson as coach of the Detroit
Lions was ruined by the pin-point
passing of Baltimore quarterback
John Unitas. The lanky quarter-
back riddled. the Lions' defense
all afternoon as he tossed a total
of four touchdown .passes.,
Former Detroit Lion coach,
Buddy Parker, making his East-
ern Division start, showed the,
Washington Redskins why the
Lions had dominated the Western
Division, as his 'Pittsburgh steel-
ers routed-the Redskins. Earl Mor-
rall, one-time MSU All-American
quarterback, passed for three'
touchdowns: for the Steelers and
directed .a fourth.
. The Chicago Cardinals showed.
a very potent running attack in
their win over the San Francisco
Forty-Niners. Fullback Joe Child-
ress powered his way through the
49er line for a second qu Irter 39-
yd. touchdown run and a lead
that the Cardinals never relin-
quished.
Explosive running of two rookie
halfbacks, Billy Barnes and Tom-
my McDonald, featured the Phil-
adelphia Eagles attack in their
game with the Los Angeles Rams.
However, this was -more than off-
set by the brilliant quarterback.
ing of veteran Norm Van Brock-
UIn who guided his team to two
touchdowns in the second quarter
and field goal in the closing min-
utes of th game.
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New York
To Open
With Ford
NEW YORK (R)--Whitey, Ford
will face the veteran Warren
Spahn in a battle of lefthanded
pitchers when the World Series
opens tomorrow at Yankee Sta-
dium with the New York Yankees
f a v 6 r e d over. the Milwaukee
Braves.
The status -of both Mickey Man-
tle and Bill Skowron of the Yanks
remained doubtful after a workout
yesterday at the stadium. The best
guess is that both will start against
Spahn, however.
Mantle said his left leg still
bothered him, especially when he
had to throw his full weight on
it. Batting righthanded, as he
would against Spahn, the switch-
er expected no serious difficulty.
He may be handicapped in the
outfield where he needs all his
speed in the stadium's spacious-
center field.
Los Angeles
Undecided
About 'Bums'
LOS ANGELES (A') - The Los
Angeles City Council, battling
over a contract which would
bring the Brooklyn Dodgers here
yesterday voted down an amend-
ment which" backers %aid would
scuttle the plan.
The amendment would have re-
quired the Dodgers to stay in Los
Angeles for 20 years. It was re-
jected 11-3.'
Chances for virtualapproval of
the contract' yesterday vanished
early in the long, hectic sessipn.
when councilman John C. Hol-
land, leader of the opposition to
the contract - said he would vote
against it.
Holland's view not to allow a'
unanimous tally means that the
ordinance must be tabled for a,
week -- at which time it would
come up for action again, with
10 votes needed to pass it.

HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED-Part time help--shoe
salesman - male - experience es-
sential. 619 E. Liberty. Mast's Shoes,
)H14
WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone
NO 8-9382. )H5
S T I M U L A T I.N G sitter - companion
sought for physically handicapped
boy, 18 months old, for Sat. after-
noons 'and one other week-dlay after-
noon. Phone NO 2-5237 after 6. )H20
IMMEDIATE opening for three half-
time teaching positions in small
local children's institute. Prefer ex-
perience in special education and
understanding of disturbed children.
For appointment call NO 2-3209 be-
tween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday.
thru Friday. )H21
HELP WANTED-Male and female can-
vassers needed for Ann Arbor City
Directory. 4 hours per day or more
between 8 and 5. Good handwriters.
Apply at 305 E. Ann. )H22
USED CARS
'52 PONTIAC-four door sedan, Hydra-
tc . Four new tires. Very clean.
Best offer. NO 2-8141. )N21
1946 CHEVROLET tudor coupe. Excel-
lent condition; radio and heater.
Reasonably priced. Phone NO 3-3307
after 6:00 p.m. )N19
'52 NASH STATESMAN. Bed. Good con-
dition. NO 8-6284. )N16
'49 STUDEBAKER Commander with
overdrive, radio, and heater. $150.
M. Watts. NO 3-4145, room 201. )N22
MOTOR SCOOTER-1956. Allstate 4 h.p.
(Sears "better" ) $200. Call NO 3-3439.
)N23
'55 CHEVY convertible, cylinder, for
sale. Radio and heater, automatic
transmission, white sidewalls and
n6W top. Call NO ,8-6198 ox write Box
2301, University Post Office. )N24
MISCELLANEOUS,
FOX ME
(formerly Boyd's)
Phone in every room
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
FOR RENT
ONE GIRL to share modern five room
apt. with three other girls. 309 Pack-
ard or call NO 3-0333 afternoons and
evenings. )C17
SUNNY ROOM, newly furnished. One
block; from campus, NO 2-1443: 514
S. Forest. )C15
WANTED-One girl to share new,
modern five room apartment with
Pat Brophy, Martha Smith; 1336 Ged-
des. Carpeting, air conditioning, dish
washer, garbage disposal. NO 2-4610.
)C10
AT..ENTION STUDENTS - TRAILER
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pool now
forming, excellent water and road.
20 minutes-east of Ann Arbor. Mich-
igan at A agefty Rd. Canton Mobile
Village, Wayne, Michigan. )Cl
WVANTED - Two roommates to share
spacious apartment with two men.
Call NO 2-1535. )C30
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD, $82.50 per month.
Lunch-80. Dinner 1.30. Call John
Kuieck, NO 2-1838. )E7
WANTED - Hungry students, to eat
good food at reasonable rates. 1319
Cambridge, Ph. 28312; ask for John
Ruiz. )E1

LINES
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3
4
Classified

Figure 5 average words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

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PHOTO SUPPLIES
K EYSTON E MOVIE CAMERA
Built in exposure meter
1.9 Lens -- Newdst member of
the Keystone family. Only $89.95
at#
THE QUARRY
320 State NO 3-1991
)D3
All major manufacture
representatives will be
in our store for
"CAMERAMA"
October 10, 12:00 to 9:00 P.M.
THE QUARRY
320 . State NO 3-1991.
)D?
PERSONAL
DISTINCT STYLING in fabric and
fur. Fur accessories.
MARGARET SHOP.
516 East Liberty )F5
WE'RE distressed! Where are those
liberal, sensitive, intelligent students
of yesteryear who enjoyed reading
THE REPORTER at 'our special rate
of $3.50? Student Periodical, 2-3061.
)F15

11

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MAGNAVOX and
RCA VICTOR
Television sales and service.
30 years of experience.
MUSIC CENTER
300 South Thayer NO 2-2500.
)X7
HI-Fl BARGAIN, complete system in
kit form, includes coaxial speaker,
folded horn inclosure, integrated 12
watt amp, and pre-amp., garvard
changer with magnetic cartridge and'
diamond stylus, price $129.25. Also
complete line of transistor radios
beginning at $38.95. ANN ARBOR HI
FI STUDIO, 1217-1317 South Univer-
sity.. ) X6
ALTERATIONS

MICHIGAN PAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

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DRESSMAKER
Dressmaking and Alterations
Phone NO 2-9541

)P1

TO B. RAE: Congratulations on
ONCE ,A YEAR DAYI J.S., F.S.,
S.N., I.H., Z.W.. B.T.'

your
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EASTERN DIVISION
Cardinals 1 0 0
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'gh 1 0 0
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phia 0 1 0
ton 0 1 0

I DAY
.80
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3 DAYS
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2.80

6 DAYS
2.96
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WHO KILLED Cock Robing Witnesses
wanted: write or wire B.RS. P.O.
Box 305, Lawyer's Club. )F20
FOR SALE
IF YOU ARE interested in Hi-Fi equip-
ment why not speak to a student in-
stead of .a salesman? All equipment,
at wholesale prices. Call NO 5-6644
and ask for Tan. )B26
SPENCER MICROSCOPE for sale. Call
NO 2-1666. )B25
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington,
)B11
SPECIAL
9x12 COTTON RUGS
ALL COLORS
$29.95
Smith's Floor Covering
207 E. Washington NO 3-5538
}$7
ALUMINUM ROOM DIVIDERS, 93x48
for $25. 62x48 for $20. 851 Tappan,
mornings. )B1
FOR SALE-Matching lamp and coffee.
table and green lounge chair. NO
8-6580. . )B28
GIRL'S English. Humber bicycle. NO
3-6072 after 6 p.m. ,)B29
LOST AND FOUND

CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25. Overcoats $18. Write to
Michaels Tailoring Co., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
tails or phone WOodward 3-5776. )P2
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariuns and sup-
plies, Hamsters, Parakeets, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 Eat Liberty NO 3-0224
507 W. Cross, Ypsi HU 3-3695
(Open daily except Thursday)
)T2
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and supplies. AKC
beagles: 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
)T1
Su-bscribe

BUSINESS SERVICI
LEARNING TO FLY is- an ed+
experience- and it's fun. F<
mation' on CAA approved scJ
ing modern, radio-equipped
call NO 2-5843 after 5:30. Pil
memberships available.
RAPID, RELIABLE, and rei
service on bicycles, sooter ,
cycles and bicycles.: England'
ing Goods. 120 W. Huron at
(rear of Marathon Station)
5284. Open evenings 'tl 9:0
Shoes repaired aed shin
Fine Tailoring
SANFORD'S
While you wait service
119 East Ann St.
' o8-69
Open a till s Sat. a
30 years in same Iocato
(opposite court house)
4
PRINTING
Specialties - 24 hour ser
Nevis Letters - StatIons
. Fraternities - Soro te
Invites - Programs
Posters -- =Tikets
ROACH PRINTING - Ph. NC
415 Detroit (opposite Farmer's
WILLIS PACKING CO.
Huron Rver Branch
Freezer Lockers for Ren
331 E William, Ann Ar
Call Huron River plant
iformation-HU 2-108
Home Freezer Meats & Vegel
ANN A RBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSON
504' irst National Bldg.
NO 5-107
DON'T BE CAUGHT B1
C6LD WEATHER. GET Y(
FALL CHANGEOVER
NOW
Golden's Service Station 601
IMPORTED CANDY
AND
GROCERIES
CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VI
SHRI P
FOR COCKTAILS!.
WASHINGTON FISH MAR]
208 E. Washington NO
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, mc
rewoven. Let us save your
Weave-Ba Shop, 224 Nickels
CAR SERVICE, ACCESS
'51 MERC. Club Coupe, '54 For
top. 53 Chev. Hardtop, ':
Hardtop.
Palmer Ford Bales
Chelsea, Mich. GE
Cd-TED 'STANDARD 'SERV
Friendly service is our businE
las tires, batteries a,,nd acce
Warranteed & gauranteed. See
the best price on new & utse
Road service -mechanic o
"You expect more from Se
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Fo
WE SERVICE ALL'
FOREIGN CARS
EUROPEAN ARS
303 Ashley , NO
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SO
2007 South State N
Bumping aid Painting
EXPERT FOREIGN and Spa
Service Nye Motor Sales, Inc
Washington. NO 3-4858.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE -- New home' on I
Ave., near campus, 2 bedrooi
amic tile bath, modern kite]
heat, large lot. House never o
Terms. Call owner, 8-6847. -

AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Detroit
Baltimore
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Xansas City
Washington

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r work and play. Write or phore for o free
lenses or drop in for a .free demonstration.

NATIONAL

Milwaukee
St. Louis .
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

LEAQUE
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95 59 .617
87 67 .565
84 70 .545
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77 77 .500
69 85 .448
62 92 .403
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LOST-Main apparatus of watch in
vicinity of Burns Park. Call RWM-
1211, Willard 3-2014. )A6
LOST--Glasses, black frames. Vicinity
of 918 Packard and Delta Drug. NO.
2-7430 or 2-9523 after 7:30 p.m. )All
LOST - White rimmed sun glasses.
Please call L I n d a Goodman, NO
2-3225. )A12
LOST - Aqua Scutum raincoat. Call
Dave Cooper, Lawyer's Club, 3-4145.
)AMS
WOULD the person who picked up a
tan Aquaron raincoat with glasses in
the pocket from the ledge outside the
Bus. Ad. library, please call Charles
Hurwitz, NO '3-4211. )A14

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