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-THE MLHCHIGN -DAILY

PAGE THRfEE

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Leads

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NATIONAL'S

NEWHOUSER:

Omission of Heintzelma n
On All Stars Irks Phils

NEW YORK-(P)--An alleged
"snubbing" of pitcher Ken Heint-
zelman brought the Major League
All-Star game to its annual boil
yesterday just five days in ad-
vance of the playing date.
The 33-year-old Philadelphia
Phillies southpaw has won 10
games and lost only three, and
seems headed for his finest big
league season. But when Boston
Manager Billy Southworth an-
nounced his National League line-
up Ken was not listed.
Roars from the Phillies dugout
at what the players called a
"snub" of one of the league's top
pitchers were audible all the way
to St. Louis. About the mildest
came from Manager Eddie Saw-
yer:
"It's an injustice," he snorted.
Here's the way the Phillies man-
ager summed up the situation:
* * *
"HOW COULD ANY baseball
man pick Branca or Newcombe or
Blackwell over Hentzelman? Bran-

ca has won 10 games but finished
only seven and Blackwell has
pitched only a few innings all year.
Newcombe hasn't been in the
league more than a month or so.
"If Heintzelman's 10-3 record,
which includes nine complete
games, isn't enough to warrant
being selected for an All Star
game I'll have to learn what
pitchers are supposed to do."
And Sawyer made another
point: Heintzelman's age. Ken has
been in the big leagues since 1937,
playing with Pittsburgh before
joining the Phils last year.
* * *
"HE'S NOT LIABLE to have
many more chances at being se-
lected," said Eddie. "I should think.
he'd be picked on that basis alone,
but leaving sentiment out of it I
think Ken belongs on any All Star
team this year."
Heintzelman himself wasn't
yelping nearly so loud as some of
his friends. But he admitted, "I'm
darned disappointed."

Famous Country Fried
Chicken, Hot Biscuits,
T-Bone Steaks
Black's Country Club
304 S. Main, Chelsea, Mich.
Phone 2-4641 for party reservations.

Ial' Hurler
Is Released
For Loafing
WASHINGTON -- (P) - Owner
Clark Griffith of the Washington
Senators gave pitcher Mickey
Haefner his walking papers last
night after the veteran left hand-
er was knocked out of the box in
the first inning against the Bos-
ton Red Sox.
In the first frame, Haefner
walked five and allowed one hit
for five runs. The Red Sox went
on to win, 8-3, in a game called at
the end of six innings to permit
Boston to catch a train.
* * *
GRIFFITH told reporters::
"Mickey Hoefner has pitched
his last game for the Washing-
ton baseball club. He will eith-
er be sold, traded or released
outright. I am asking waivers
on him tonight."
When questioned in the club-
house, Haefner apparently took
his dismissal in stride. "This isn't
the first time a pitcher ever made
a fielding mistake, is it?" he asked.
* * *
"IF MR. GRIFFITH doesn't
want me I'm not going to squawk.
"I don't want to be disrespect-
ful to Mr. Griffith but nobody
can ever say I dogged it."
Haefner added, "I never dogged
it in my life."
Although the 36-year-old left
hander would not say, he indicat-
ed that he felt sure he would be
able to get another job somewhere
in the majors.
Sportsmen Lead
Intramural Cagyers
Intramural basketball wound up
its first week of play yesterday
with the Hard Rocks leaving little
doubt that they will be the team
to beat for the I-M championship.
The Hard Rocks, led by Russ
DeVette, Hope College basketball
mentor, swamped the Bums, 73-
36 yesterday afterrrolling over the
Sportsmen earlier in the week,
72-25.
DE VETTE SCORED 28 points
against the Bums to walk off with
high-scoring honors for the week
while Wilbur Byrd hooped 20
points for the Sportsmen yester-
day to take second place in the
scoring race. *
Byrd's 20 markers helped the
Sportsmen to a 38-32 win over
the All-Stars and the Bums took
a 26-11 decision over Michigan
Co-op in the only other game
this week.
Play wlil continue next week
with all future games being sched-
uled for Monday and Wednesday
at 4 and 5 p.m.
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Sold,
Bought,
Repaired,
Rented
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
G. I. Requisitions Accepted
O. D. MORILL
314 South State St.

BOB LEMON
. . . wins ninth
Snead Fires
Hot 63, Leads
Reading Open
nPEADING, Pa. - (A') Sammy
Snead had one of his real good
rounds of golf yesterday, but the
best it earned for him was a one-
stroke lead in the $15,000 Reading
Open Tournament.
Sammy fired a seven-under-
par course record 63 over the
neatly-trimmed 6,001 yard Read-
ing Country Club links. But it
turned out to be just one of
those days when you can't
make a nickel.
Two players who hadn't figured
to give him much competition,
Lawson Little and George Low,
Jr., came in one and two strokes,
respectively, behind Snead and in
all 22 of the starting field of 152
surpassed par figures of 34-36-
70.

PHILADELPHIA - Allie Rey-
nolds recorded his ninth win of
the year as the New York Yankees
increased their American League'
lead to five full games in handing
Philadelphia a 6-2 defeat last'
night before 36,140 fans.
BOSTON - Lefty Joe Hatten
rode through a threatening ninth-
inning storm to hurl the top-
place Brooklyn Dodgers to a 5-2
win over the Boston Braves last
night before a 32,650 crowd. The
Dodgers actually clinched matters
by blasting starter Warren Spahn
for three runs on as many hits and
two bases on balls in the opening
frame. * * *
WASHINGTON - The Boston
Red Sox, aided by 13 walks, de-
feated Washington 8-3, last night
in a game called at the end of
six innings to permit Boston to
catch a train.
Boston capitalized on Mickey
Haefner's first inning wildness to
score five runs. He walked five
and fumbled pitcher Chuck Stobbs;
tap. That performance, coupled
with Vern Stephens' double and
Dom DiMaggio's single, shot the
Red Sox into a commanding lead.
* * *
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati
Reds calmed down somewhat yes-
terday but had enough steam to
push over the winning marker in
the ninth inning and defeat the
Chicago Cubs 7-6 in the finale of
a two-game set.
* * *
NEW YORK - Pitcher Dave
Koslo hit the first two home runs
of his major league career, driv-
ing in five runs, as the New York
Giants walloped the Philadelphia
Phillies, 11-3, last night. It was

Peynolds Halts Athletics;
1 ums Drop Boston, 5-2
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CLASSES
8 A.M. - 8 P.M. (Monday thru Friday)
8 A.M. - 12 Noon (Saturday)

Koslo's ninth victory over the
Phils who never have beaten him.
ST. LOUIS-Teeing off on Red
Embree for six runs in the first
inning, the Detroit Tigers coasted
to a 9 to 2 victory over the St.
Louis Browns last night, termin-
ating a five-game losing streak.
Rookie Lou Kretlow limited the
Browns to eight scattered hits.
PITTSBURGH-Ernie Bonham
and rookie Dino Restelli ganged
up on the St. Louis Cardinals yes-
terday to give the Pittsburgh Pir-
ates a 2-0 victory, their eighth win
in nine games.
Bonham held the Cards to six
hits and hurled the third shutout
of the season for the Bucs.
Restelli smacked one of Jerry
Staley's pitches against the left-

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Activities will include swim-
ming, badminton, tennis, tram-
polining, basketball, ping pong,
etc.

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center field bull pen for a double
in the sixth inning, sending Clyde
McCullough and Pete Castiglione
over with the only runs of the
game.
* * *
CHICAGO-The Cleveland In-
dians hung an 8-2 kayo on the
Chicago White Sox yesterday with
only Joe Gordon failing to share
in the 17-hit attack.
This potent punching and Bob
Lemon's nine-hit pitching pro-
duced Cleveland's first victory in
Chicago after four straight losses,
before a turnout of 5,186 persons.

WHY SLAVE
on hot wash days?'

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Do your entire laundry in
half an hour at our store.
Wash, rinse and damp-dry
clothes automatically in Wes-
tinghouse Laundromat auto-
matic washers.
Dryers available
to dry clothes
completely

'C_ IFREDS ,/

FOR
SALE

Me? "The Eternal Husband"???

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1943 INDIAN MOTORCYCLE- Excellent
economy, top condition, many extras,
cheap. N. Manfredi, 1715 Darby, Wil-
low Run Village. )67
SMITH CORONA PORTABLE - 1 year
old. Priced new $92.00. Sell at $75.00.
Ph. Lamb 4156 day, 8688 eve. )66
1937 STUDEBA KER 4-door sedan, very
clean, new heater, engine recently
overhauled. Ph. 2-8335 after 5:30. )65
FOR SALE-Man's white formal coat,
white suit worn once. Call 9824. )57
FORD-1937 2-door $175.00 or any rea-
sonable offer. 1589 Springfield, Willow
Village. Ph. Ypsi 4276R13. )59
MOTOR SCOOTER-$75--Custom built..
good running condition. Phone 2-
6500, ask for Don. )55
1941 FORD SEDAN-New motor, radio,
heater. Highest bidder. Evenings 1683
Darien Ct., Willow Village. )51
GIRL'S blue Schwinn built thin tired
bike with metal basket. Good run-
ning condition. Call 2-3159. )53
1941 DODGE COUPE-Dependable, clean
inside and out, new tires, seat cover
and battery, engine overhauled re-
cently, needs no repair. Ideal for
long summer trips. Can be seen at
international center or phone Somaya
7879. ) 60
BIOLOGY TEACHERS! The micro-
scope you need. B&L 3-obj., medical,
mech. stage. New. Lowest price. 2-
4271. )47
. 0 Official Michigan Rings
® Michigan mugs and
., souvenirs
" Medals, Cups and Trophies
r O Fraternity Jewelry
Hours 12:30 to 5:30, Mon.-Fri.
L. G. Balfour Co. ,.
1319 S. niversity Ph. 9533
ahmh-h! --
swift, soothing relief with
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FOR SALE
BEST VACATION BUYS
U.S. Navy T-shirts 49c; all wool swim
trunks $1.94; Surplus sun glasses
$1.94; Short sleeved sport shirts $1.69;
Ventilated oxfords $3.66; Wash slacks
$2.99. Open 'til 6:30. Sam's Store, 12~
E Washington. )63
ROOM AND BOARD
WANTED-8 more young men to eat
lunch and dinner at Fraternity House.
Call Mrs. Barrett, 4887. )56
FOR RENT
DOUBLE & SINGLE ROOMS-Married
couple or working man, close to cam-
pus and Union, reasonable rent,
shower, continuous hot water. Call
509 S. Division St., near Jefferson. )45
LOST
and
FOUND
LOST-Sun glasses July 5 Speech Clinic
or League. Ph. 2-6581, Rm. 1545. )61
$20.00 REWARD
for black Steamer Trunk lost on June
17. Yellow Cab baggage tag attached.
Ph. 4244. )62

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SPECIAL STUDENT RATE on the
magazine 28 million Americans read
weekly. LIFE at only $4.75 a year, new
or renewal. If you are one of the 65%
of the students who read LIFE, sub-
scribe now by phoning 6007. Student
Periodical Agency. )64

510 E. Williams

Phone 5540

WE BIND THESES, term papers and
dissertations in a variety of styles and
colors.
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976 )1
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2
ROOMS FOR RENT
STUDENT in public health has large
room to share-cooking, laundry and
entertaining privileges. Ph. 2-2826.
)52
HELP WANTED
MALE or FEMALE-College Grad or
some college training. Retail sales
and office work. Guaranteed salary
plus commissions. Permanent posi-
tion wit hfuture. 1319 So. Univ., Ph.
9533 afternoons. )50

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Counteract the Weather
With Light and Airy
B3ALLEuT MUSIC
on
RCA YVietor Receords
CHOPIN: Les Sylphides
Boston "Pops" Orchestra under Fiedler
DM 1119 ..............................$4.75
COPLAND: Appalachian Spring
Boston Orchestra under Koussevitzky
DM 1046 ..............................$5.00
DELIBES: Excerpts From Coppelia and Sylvia
Indianapolis Orchestra under Sevitzky
DM 1305..............................$7.25

BUSINESS
SERVICES
TYPEWRITING SERVICE
Student reports, theses, dissertations.
Phone 6197. )28

REMORVAL
WE'RE MOVING TO A NEW LOCATION on August 1st and we wish to start with
new stock so our present merchandise must be sold before we move! We've cut
prices to the bone so come in and take advantage of these savings.
SAVINGS of 20% to 50%

Costs just 25c a load
AIR CONDITIONED
/Auh n mat
HALF-HOUR LAUNDRY

Read, and Use Daily Classified Ads
REDUCED PRICES!
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS '4
Cottons - Rayons
"skip-Dents"
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only $1.69
* COOL COMFORT:
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* SHORT SLEEVES
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Choose from : Plaids
Whites - Brown - Blue
Gray - Green - Tan
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large
CAMP MOCCASINS
Special Selling.............. .
U.S. NAVY Surplus
"T" SHIRTS
First Quality
49c

HANDEL-BEECHAM:

The Great Elopement

MEN'S SUITS
$50 Suits ...... $37.50
$65 Suits ......$48.78
$37.50 Summer Suits
............$30
Alterations at Cost
COOPER'S SOX
Reg. 50c and
65c pair ...........39c
Reg. 75c pair .......59c

MEN'S SHIRTS

One Lot Formerly
Priced at $2.65
One Lot Formerly
Priced at
$2.95 and $3.50

$169
$195

TOPCOATS
25,) off
$50 Gabardines $37.50
$35 Herringbone
Tweeds ......$23.34
Buy for Next Fall!

London Philharmonic under Beecham
DM 1093...............................$4.75
KHATCHATURIAN: Gayne Suite
Chicago Orchestra under Rodzinski
DM 1212 ..............................$3.50
NIGHTS AT THE BALLET
Symphony Orchestra under Goehr
DC 30 ................................$5.00
OFFENBACH: Gaite Parisienne
Boston "Pops" Orchestra under Fiedler
DM 1147 ..............................$6.00
STRAUSS: Le Beau Danube
London Philharmonic under Dorati
DM 414..............................$4.75
These are but a few suggestions for your hot weather
listening. Whatever your taste in lighter music-Strauss
Waltzes, Ballet, Musical Comedy, Operetta-you will find
the music you want on RCA Victor Records at the

ALL $8.95 AIR-O-MAGIC
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AT ONE LOW PRICE

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