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THE MICHIGAN DAILY wE

D AUIE
LOST AND FOUND FOR RENT __
LOST-Argus G-3 in brown leather case. MODERN, QUIET unfurnished apart-
MICHIGAN DAILY About June 12 within the Arboretum. ment near Stadium. Suitable for one
Phone 23-24-1 Reward. Box 222. )1 or two adultss.Ph. 617 after 5:30. )2
HOUR: 1 o 5 .M.2-ROOM SUITES-Living and sleeping
HOURS: 1 toDVE5TP.M. Gseparate. Spacious, cross-ventilation
linen, cleaning included. Newly re-
LSSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE decorated. $5 weekly if two men, $8
RATESsingly. One block from Rackham,
1034 East Huron, Ph. 2-8754. )1
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ROOMS
FOR RENT

SPACIOUS COOL ROOMS for Summer
session, four blocks from campus.
Semi-private baths with showers.
Cooking, laundry privileges, inner-
springs._415_Lawrence. )13
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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TWO VERY LARGE ROOMS-Double
beds in each, private bath and en-
trance. Phone 6803. ) 11
ROOM WITH BOARD-Also board with-
out room. 2 meals per day, home
cooking. 1319 Hill. )2
BOARD FOR LESS than $7.00 per week.
Rooming vacancies also available.
Apply at Robt. Owen Co-op House.
1017 Oakland. Ph. 7211. )

DETROIT -(P)- Young Teddy
cray posted his second triumph
in three days as the Detroit Tig-
ers roared from behind to cut
down the Chicago White Sox, 9
to 3, last night. The victory stret-
ched Detroit's American League
lead to four and a half games over
New York which lost last night.
PHILLIES 3, BRAVES 2
BOSTON-()- The Philadel-
phia Phillies used two of their
three hits for all their runs last
night to whip Boston's Braves,
3-2, and let themselves into first
g3lace in the National League. The
Brooklyn Dodgers, who were de-
feated by the New York Giants,
droppedsinto third place behind
St. Louis.
One of the three Philadelphia
blows was Dick Sisler's two-run
homer which just slipped into the
right field bullpen for the winning
margin in the seventh inning.
* * *
ST. LOUIS 3-4, CHICAGO 2-1
CHICAGO-(A)-The St. Louis
Cardinals snapped out of their
slump here and swept a double
header with the Chicago Cubs, 3
to 2 and 4 to 1, before a huge
week-day crowd of 38,832 paid.
The Cardinals, who had lost
eight of their previous 10 games,
were blessed with brilliant pitch-
ing. Howie Pollet scattered eight
hits in the opener. Another
southpaw veteran, Max Lanier,

tossed a five-hitter in tl
cap. It was the sevent]
of r each of them.
BROWNS 4, INDIAN
ST. LOUIS-(i)-Home
Dick Kokos and Don1
spoiled Bobby Feller's bii
200th victory of his maj
career as the St. Louis
nosed out the Cleveland
4 to 3, last night.
REDS 8, PIRATE,
PITTSBURGH-(P)-T
cinnati Reds poured it on
less Pittsburgh Pirates,
night before an apathet
of 13,500. Herm Wehm
credit for his fifth win
year although he gave
Ewell Blackwell in the
Grady Hatton had a1
homer for the Reds in th
* *.K *
GIANTS 10, DODGE
BROOKLYN -(W)- T
York Giants dumped Bro
to third place in the ti

LeadAs
L tional League race last nightde-
Vi~ feating the Dodgers, 10-3. Larry
Jansen's consecutive scoreless in-
s ning streak was stopped at 30,
a but the Giant righthander went
on to win his eighth game, his
first over the Dodgers in two sea-
he night- sons.
h victory * *
SENATORS 4, YANKEES 3
NS 3 NEW YORK-(IP)--Mickey Ver-
Sruns by non's home run with two mates
e rnsby a aboard in the top of the 12th
Lenhaidt inning gave the Washington Sen-
or league ators a 4-3 triumph over the New
roleagu York Yankees last night. Pinch
Browns hitter Johnny Mize's single with
Indians, the bases loaded gave the Yankees
two runs in their half of the 12th
S 3 but relief pitcher Mickey Harris
game-ending double play with
he Cin- runners on first and third.
the hap-
8-3, last
ic crowd RED SOX 7, ATHLETICS 5
ieier got PHILADELPHIA - (P) - The
way tohe Boston Red Sox put together two
seventh singles, two walks and a hit bats-
swo run man to push across two runs in
twourun. the 11th inning and defeat theI
e fourth. Philadelphia Athletics 7-5 last
night. Ted Williams' 22nd home
RS 3 run helped the Bostonians score
he New their fifth straight victory since
oklyn in- Steve O'Neill took over the man-
ght Na- agership.

WIMBLEDON, England-(P)-,
The ever changing Wimbledon;
trend swung to poker-faced Billy{
Talbert yesterday as the No. 1'
choice to win the men's singles
in the all-England lawn tennis
championships.
The 31-year-old crewcut cam-
paigner from New York, loafing
into the third round, showed thet
nearest thing to perfect all court'
form that these world famous
courts have seen since Jack Kra-

mer blasted into the professional
ranks.
Talbert glided past Marcel Coen
of Egypt, 6-1, 6-3, 6-0, in com-
mand of every possible phase of
the match.He showed every po-
tentiality that makes a Wimble-
don champion.
Talbert's success highlighted an
action-filled day which saw the
men's ranks cut to a workable 32
and also included the first and
second part of the second round
of the women's singles.

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SURPLUS

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PERSONAL

WANTED - Men to eat in fraternity
house this summer. 1319 Cambridge
Rd. Rates very reasonable. Ph. 2-8312.
) 14
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, at
308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or
2-9848. )13
PSYCH OR SOC. MAJOR WANTED as
reader. 85c per hr. Call 7463. )12
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State
____ Phone 8161 )1P
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
did not burn down. You can still get
your special rates by calling 2-8242. )2
KIDDIE KARE-Reliable baby sitters.
Ph. 3-1121. )10B
TRANSPORTATION
CO-ED DESIRES DAILY RIDE from
Northwest Detroit, near Plymouth
Road, Webster 3-7043. )
HELP WANTED _
STUDENT TO WORK part time for
meals. Ph. 3-8420.,)1

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

* * *

Detroit
New York
Cleveland
Boston
Washington
Chicago
St. Louis
Philadelphia

W
42
39
36
37
29
27
21
22

L
19
25
27
30
34
36
40
42

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.688
.609
.572
.552
.460
.429
.344
.333

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W
delphia 35
ouis 36
klyn 34
on 32
York 30
ago 29
burgh 22
nnati 20

LEAGUE
L Pct.
24 .593
25 .590
24 .586
28 .534
29 .509
29 .500
39 .361
40 .333

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BUSINESS
SERVICES

WANT SINGING LESSONS?- C onserva-
tory trained singer recently of U. of
M. staff available for private instruc-
tion. Leslie Eitzen, Ypsi 792W. )13
WASHING-Finish work and ironing
also. Rough dry and wet washing.
Free pick up and delivery. Ph. 2-9020.
)1B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE-109 E. Wash-
ington. Custom Clothes and Altera-
tions. )3B
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
offers special rates to STUDENTS and
FACULTY members for TIMET LIFE
and other magazines. Phone 2-8242.
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
Office Equipment Service Company,
215 E. Liberty. ) 4
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales & Service
MORRILLS-314 S. State St. )4B

lBosox Players
Soar to Top
In All-Star .Poll
CHICAGO-UP)-Shortstop Vern
Stephens and catcher Birdie Teb-
betts of the Boston Red Sox today
soared to top positions in the na-
tional all-star poll to decide the
starting lineups selected by the
fans for the 17th annual game
at Chicago's Comiskey Park July
11. t
The Boston stars swept past
two New York favorites, Phil Riz-
zuto and Larry Berra of the Yan-
kees. Stephens leads Rizzuto by
7,372 votes on totals of 499,886 to
492,514. Tebbetts has an advan-
tage of 10,512 votes over Berra.
Tebbett's total is 452,736.
Voting ini the cliain of 287 new2'
papers and radio stations Neill end
at midnight Saturday. Final re-
turns will be published Monday.
George Kell, Detroit third base-
man, continues as the individual
leader in the poll with 642,704.
Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dod-
gers, is second with 628,394; Ted
Williams, Boston Red Sox, third
with 616,904; and Stan Musial, St.
Louis Cardinals, fourth with 613,-
497,

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Chicago Gets Niarhos
DETROIT-(IP)-The Chicago
White Sox acquired Gus Niarhos,
New York Yankee catcher, for
the waiver price of $10,000.
To make room for Niarhos on
the roster under the major league
player-limit, the Sox will assign
catcher Eddie Malone at once to
the Kansas City club of the
American Association.
Niarhos came to the Yanks at
the start of the 1948 season. He
is 28 and bats, throws right hand-
ed and in 32 games batted .279 for
the Yanks last year.
WELCOME
Ladies' and Children's
Ihair-styling
a specialty
Courteous, experienced hair
stylists to please you.
7 Hair-cutters-No Waiting
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty off State
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CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
Conveniently Located
222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-9116
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O SOUVENIRS - GIFTS
TRADITIONAL MUGS
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
CUPS - TROPHIES
^ L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 S. University
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Summer Hours, ten till five;
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Cotton and Nylon Cord Suits . . . $25.50
Cotton and Nylon Cord Jackets . . . $20.00

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