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LY, JULY 2,1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOR SALI
FOR SALE OR RENT-Fraternity or
Sorority house. Will house 35 people.
East of campus. Ph. 2-0567. A. L.
IMcDonald, Broker. )13
SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS, 2 for
$3.00; Nay "T" Shirts-A5c; wash pants
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Phillies Beat Brooks, 6-4;
CardsEdge Pirates, 5-4
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LOST & FOUND
LOST-Gold trimmed Waterman pen.
L. Brooks, 515 Church, Ph. 6609. )42
LOST - On Friday in Williams St.
Laundromat-Gold ring with Chinese
letters. Extremely anxious to have it
returned. Reward. Ph. Jose Bornn,
Music School. ) 2
FOR RENT
SUITES FOR COUPLES-Airy, cooking
privileges soon. 325 E. Jefferson.. ) 5R
GRADUATE STUDENT with apt. near
campus wants roommate. Perman-
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FURNISHED ROOM for couple. Laun-
dry and kitchen privileges. Utilities
furnished. $45 monthly. 1221 Pros-
pect. Phone 2-3810. )6R
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to learn need apply. Glencoe Hills
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ROOMS
FOR RENT

UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-2 rooms
until Sept. 1, near campus,.reason-
able. CallJim Wright, 2-9431. )18F
TWIN BED STUDY ROOM for men.
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entrance. Ph. 2-0519 after 6. )16F
ATTRACTIVEh ROM-Private lavatory
and toilet, for professional or busi-
ness man. Private home in .Washte-
naw area. Ph. 2-3868. )15F
SINGLE FOR MEN - Near 'cd npus.
Shower, use of refrigerator, $4 per
week. Ph. 5750. )14F
THREE DOUBLE ROOMS for Fall. .Very
close to campus $4, $4.50, $5.50 'per
week. 412 Camden Court, Phone 7673.
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ROOM and BOARD
WOMEN STUDENTS - PERSONNEL -
Meals served Mon. thru. Fri., 119 Park
Terrace on Felch Park near Rackham.
Call 2-1017 8-noon or 4-6 p.m:. ') 3X
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308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or
2-9848. )13
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
Phone 8161 )1P
KIDDIE KARE-Reliable baby sitters.
Ph. 3-1121. 4)10B
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
did not burn down. You can still get
your special rates by calling 2-8242. )2
BUSINESS
SERVICES
ALLCOLORED BABY PARAKEETS and
Canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
562 Seventh, Ph. 5330. )2B
WASHING-Finish work and ironing
also. Rough dry and wet washing.
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ington. Custom Clothes and Altera-
tions. )3B
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offers special rates to STUDENTS and
FACULTY members for TIME, LIFE
and other magazines. Phone 2-8242.
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Sales & Service
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MICHIGAN
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
invites you to attend
MEETINGS EVERY SUNDAY
4:30 P.M., Lane Hall
BIBLE STUDY ... WEDNESDAYS
7:30 P.M., Lane Hall
AN INTER-VARSITY CHAPTER

PHILADELPHIA - (P) - The
league-leading Philadelphia Phil-
lies made it two straight over
Brooklyn yesterday, defeating the
floundering Flock, 6-4.
Late inning homers by Mike Go-
Hat and Willie Jones and another
neat bit of relief pitching by Jim
Konstanty were the deciding fac-
tors.
Konstanty made his 30th ap-
pearance of the season in the
seventh inning and stopped the
Dodgers on one hit the rest of the
way.
ROOKIE Bob Miller started for
Philadelphia and gained credit for
his seventh victory without a loss.
Miller left in the seventh with a
run in, runners on first and third=
and two out. Konstanty got Roy
Campanella to fly out to end the
rally. The Dodgers nicked Kon-
stanty for an unearned run in the
eighth when Gran Hamner threw
wild with a man on second.
Miller drove in the Phils' first
two runs when he singled, with
the bases lotded in the second
inning. The Dodgers scored once
in the fifth and sixth innings to
tie the score but the Phils quick-
ly broke the stalemate in their
half of the sixth, scoring twice.
Starter and loser Clarence Pod-
bielan dug his own grave by walk-
ing Ed Waitkus to begin the sixth.
Del Ennis crashed a run-scoring
double and after Jones flied out,
Dick Sisler singled Ennis home to
make it 4-2, Philadelphia.
Goliat led off the Phils seventh
with his seventh home run. Before
the inning ended Podbielan was
yanked in favor of Joe Hatten who
struck out Ennis with runners on
first and third to end the inning.
Jones opened the Philly eighth
by socking Hatten's first pitch into
the upper left field stands. The
blow was Jones' 13th home run
and it completed the day's scoring.
CARDS 5, PIRATES 4
ST. LOUIS-(AP)-The St. Louis
Cardinals edged the wobbly Pitts-
burgh Pirates 5-4 last night and
thus remained in a virtual tie for
first place, just two percentage
points behind the leading Phila-
delphia Phils. Howard Pollet
struck out nine in gaining the
victory, but needed help in the
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ninth when Johnny Hopp poled
a three-run triple.
GIANTS 4, BRAVES 2
NEW YORK-(P)-The New
York Giants came from behind to
nip the Boston Braves, 4-2, yester-
day with winner Clint Hartung
driving in what proved to be the
winning run with a seventh in-
ning homer.
Hartung, who has yet to pitch
a complete nine inning game, was
lifted in favor of ace Larry Jan-
sen in the eighth inning after
Walker Cooper doubled with one
out. Jansen retired all five batters
he faced, two on strikes and the
other three on infield grounders.
REDS 5, CUBS 3
CINCINNATI-(P)-A dramatic
two-run homer in the tenth by
Dixie Howell, his first of the sea-
son, salvaged a tremendous two-
hit ball game by Ewell Blackwell
of the Cincinnati Reds to give
them a 5-3 victory over the Chi-
cago Cubs -last night. Blackie
struck out 14, walked five and hit
two batters in racking up his sixth
win.
Late AP
,Bulletins

Koceski Honored
Michigan's Leo Koceski was
named to the third squad of the
All-American college baseball
squad picked by the Association
of College Baseball Coaches yes-
terday.
Koceski, who this season
made one of the most sensa-
tional catches ever seen at Fer-x
ry Field, was one of five Big
Ten players to be honored on
the list of selections released
yesterday by John H. Kobs,
secretary-treasurer of the
coaches' organization.

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White Sox, Senators Win

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Wampler of Purdue, a year-round
golfer, .outsteadied football play-
ing Bob McCall of Colgate yester-
day to win the NCAA links crown,
2 and 1.
Taking full command in the
last half : of their 36-hole title
match, the 26-year-old Wampler
displayed the polish and season-
ing of a champion.
McCALL, who plays the game
only from May through August,
by contrast started rsing putts
and other opportunities during the
final 18 holes to stay even or pull
out front.
CLEVELAND - Virgil Trucks,
the Tigers' first line pitcher who
hasn't been in a game since early
in May, went back to Detroit yes-
terday for a visit to Ford Hospi-
tal. He is to have his aching right
arm examined.
CHICAGO - Balloting in the
All-Star Baseball Poll approached
the 3,000,000 mark last night as
the voting drew to its conclusion.
Ballot boxes in the chain of 287
newspapers and radio stations
were sealed at midnight.
* * *
LONDON - A Princeton-Cor-
nell team defeated Oxford-Cam-
bridge in an international track
meet today with more to spare
than was apparent from the final
score of 7 to 6.

Yanks Land
Five in Finals
At Wimbledont
WIMBLEDON-(P)-The Amer-
icans cut the heart of the Aus-.
tralian challenge at Wimbledon
yesterday, landing five players in
the final eight of the men's sin-
gles in the All-England Lawn.
Tennis Championships.
Young Vic Seixas of Philadel-
phia led the star-spangled parade!
into the quarterfinals as he oust-
ed Jack Bromwich, two-handed
Aussia veteran, with astonishing
decisiveness, 6-1, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3.
* * *
WITH SEIXAS came Billy Tal-
bert of New York, who beat Aus-
tralia's Adrian Quist, 6-3, 6-3, 16-
2; Gardner Mulloy of Miami, who
eliminated Billy Sidwell of Aus-
tralia, 6-4, 6-3, 7-5; Art Larsen of
San Leandro, Calif., and Budge
Patty of Los Angeles.
Larsen and Patty took care of
the last two European conten-
ders, Jean-Claude Molinari of
France, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1, and Hans
Van Swol of The Netherlands,
8-6, 6-4, 8-6.
Only Fred Kovaleski of DetToit
dropped out. He lost to top-seeded
Frank Sedgman of Australia in
straight set, but he wasn't dis-
graced. Both men played well.
However, Sedgman, now recover-
ed from an ailing wrist, held com-
mand with an almost perfect net
game to win 6-3, 6-3, 6-4.
Locke Picked
To WinAgain
TROON, Scotland-(P)-Bobby
Locke, the putting master from.
South Africa, was picked last
night to win the British Open
Golf Championship for the sec-
ond year in a row.
Locke won last year in a play-
off with Irishman Harry Brad-
shaw.
*5 * *
THE TOURNAMENT begins
Monday morning with the first
of two days of qualifying play.
Seven Americans are after
Locke's ownership of the cup.
There is also a first prize of
$840 and an incidental income
of $25,000 to $50,000 in endorse-
ments of golf clubs and the like.
F r a n k Stranahan, muscular
amateur from TOoledo, Ohio, who
won the British Amateur Cham-
pionship last May for the second
time in three years, is rated by
Britain's bookmakers as the no.
1 contender from the United
States.
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CLEVELAND-(t)-The Cleve-
land Indians hit three home runs
to Detroit's two to beat the league
leaders, 7-4, yesterday and vault
over New York into second place.
Cleevland's win, coupled with
a loss to Boston byNew York,
shoved the Tribe three percen-
tage points ahead of the Yanks,
.597 to .594. Both the Yanks and
Cleveland are four games behind
Detroit.
AL ROSEN smacked his 22nd
four bagger in the first inning with
two on base, and his 23rd in the
third with one on. Both were off
the pitching of Hal White, who
gave up six hits and six runs in
the two and two-thirds innings
he worked.
Jim Hegan homered in the
eighth with none on.
Detroit's round trip blows were
by Hoot Evers in the fourth and
Johnny Groth in the eigth. There
were none on in each case.
Saul Rogovin held the Tribe
scoreless in the four and one-third
innings he pitched before being re-
lieved for a pinch hitter. Paul
Calvert, who finished the game,
gave up Hegan's smash.
* * *
JUST AS THEY did last night
when they lifted the opener of a
four game series with the Ben-
gals, the Tribe today scored heavi-
ly in the opening innings.
In the first, Luke Easter walk-
ed and Larry Doby singled be-
fore Rosen came to the plate.
In the second, Jim Hegan tripled
and scored on Dale Mitchell's fly
out.
DOBY DOUBLED in the third
before Rosen got his second big
blow.
Detroit scored twice in the
seventh, when Don Kolloway
and Gerry Priddy singled and
George Kell doubled. Kell batted
in Kolloway and Priddy went to
the plate on the same play when
Dale Mitchell fumbled.

H~Kathias Still Tops
TULARE, Calif. - OP) - De-
cathlon star Bob Mathias is still
the national champion and
holder of a new world record
for the sport.
Tulare's hometown pride won
the 32nd annual national jieet
for the third straight time and
broke the 14-year-old scoring
record held by Glenn Morris of
Colorado.

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four
got
two

was the seventh win against
losses for Early Wynn, who
help' from Al Benton after
outs in the eighth'.
* * *

place, with the Cleveland In-
dians moving into the runner-up
berth, three percentage points
ahead of the realing Yanks.
Boston settled the Yanks
hash in the first two innings,
scoring four runs in each frame.
Two walks and a single set the
stage for Dropo's grand slam jolt
in the first off lefty Tommy Byrne.
The same situation arose in the
second as Byrne walked three hit-
ters to load the sacks but this
time Dropo lined a single to left
to score two runs and rout Byrne
in favor of Ed Ford, just up from
Kansas City. Bobby Doerr greet-
ed Ford with a two-run single.
WHITE SOX 4, BROWNS 1
CHICAGO-()-The Chicago
White Sox used a 4-1 victory over
the St. Louis Browns to move into
a tentative tie with Washington
for fifth place in American League
standings yesterday.
Billy Pierce stopped the Browns
on four hits but lost a shutout
when catcher Less Moss hit his

RED SOX 13, YANKEES 4
BOSTON-(IP)-The Boston Red
Sox massacred the New York Yan-
kees, 13-4, yesterday with Walt
(The Whale) Dropo playing the
leading role.
Dropo- drove in seven runs on
a grand slam homer, single and
long fly ball to boost his RBI out-
put to 76 and his home run count
to 18.
* * *
THE SETBACK dumped the
Yanks out of second into third

first 1950 home run with two out
in the ninth.
THE SOX won their third
straight victory, second over St.
Louis.
Chicago scored 'three of four
runs of starter Stubby Overmire,
who suffered his sixth loss, in
the sixth.
Hank Majeski doubled for two,
and Marvin Rickert singled for
the third in the White Soxers'
five-hit harvest against Overmire.
The last White Sox run came
across in the seventh when short-
stop Chico Carrasquel opened with
a double, and scored on Phil Ma-
si's single.
** *. *
SENATORS 3, ATHLETICS 2
WASHINGTON- (R) -Wash-
ington capitalized on splendid re-
lief pitching by Jim Pearce and
Mickey Harris to edge Bobby
Shantz and the Philadelphia Ath-
letics, 3-2, last night on four hits.
A wild rookie, Bob Ross, started
for the Senators but was replaced
in the second inning after the A's
scored a run off him in the first
inning and another in the second.

HALLER'S
JEWELERS
North University
Near Hill Auditorium

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Major League Standings
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Louis. 21

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28 .594
31 .569
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37 .448
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29 .547
31 .508.
31 .500
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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston - Rey-
nolds (6-6) vs. Kinder (6-7).
Detroit at Cleveland (2) -
Gray (9-2) and Houtteman (10-
5) vs. Lemon (10-4) and Feller
(7-6).
St. Louis at Chicago (2) -
Dorish (3-5) and Widmar (3-
5) vs. Scarborough (7-7) and
Gumpert (2-4).
Philadelphia at Washington
- Hooper (7-5) vs. Kuzava (3-
5).

Brooklyn at Phialadelphia (2)
- Bankhead (5-4) and Branca
(2-3) vs. Meyer (2-7) and Sin-
mons (9-5).
Boston at New York (2) -
Sain (10-5) and Chipman (3-0)
vs. Jones (6-7) and Koslo (0-1).
Chicago at Cincinnati -Du-
biel (2-3) vs. Wehmeier (5-8)
or Ramsdell (3-7).
Pittsburgh at St. Louis -Mc-
Donald (3-2) or Law (0-2) vs.
Munger (3-5) or Martin (2-1).

OPENS WEDNESDAY
Department of Speech presents
7The, C','nt 14 qeeh
by Emlyn Williams
A N.Y. Drama Critics Circle Award Winner
Wed.-Sat., July 5-8 8 P.M.
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