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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PhiIs Split

RAIN HALTS BALL GAMES:
Bucs, Hard Rocks Win In I-M Cage Play

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A's Sell Third-Sacker Dillinger

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With the full schedule of intra-
mural softball games rained out,
basketball received the spotlight
in yesterday's I-M program.
Softball contest interrupted by
yesterday's rain will be reschedul-
ed later in the season.
* * *
PACED by Jack Weller, who led
the afternoon's scorers with 17

points, the Hard Rocks downed-the
Fletcher Flashes, 53-36. Bob Peck-
hann counted 11 points for the
Flashes in a losing cause.
In the only other game; the
Buchaneers stopped the All-
Stars, 42-34. Jack Jones led the
Bucs with 11points, while the
All-Stars' Bill Wilson had seven
for the losers.

The Foul Balls and Berrien
Bombers were awarded 1-0 forfeit
triumphs when their respective
opponents, the Sportsmen and the
No Names, failed to appear.
League officials announced the
withdrawal of the No Names from
the loop, and are presently search-
ing for a replacement to finish the
season.

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Slugger Goes
To Pittsburgh
In CashDeal
Philadelphia - (R) - The Phila-
delphia Athletics last night an-
nounced the outright sale of third
baseman Bob Dillinger to the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
Dillinger, purchased from the
St. Louis Browns for $100,000 at
the winter major league meeting,
will report to the Pirates immed-
iately.
ay. * * *
THE PRICE was not disclosed
but it is believed the Pirates hand-
ed over $100,000 for the third
sacker.
Dillinger,.one of the eight active
players in the American League
with a life time batting mark over
.300, lived up to his reputation as
a slugger while with the Athletics
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LOST &
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Tigers Still 3 in Front
As Yankees Take Two

FOR SALE
GAS STOVE, maple bedroom set, bunk
beds, dressers, student tables, chairs,
child's chestrobe, davenports, coffee
and lamp tables. 1316 Hill St.. )28
1948 HARLEY DAVIDSON 61-Excellent
condition. Reasonable. Verne. Ken-
beds, 548 S. State, 9400. )29
U.S. NAVY "T" SHIRTS-45c. Sanf.
wash pants $2.99, seersuckers, strips,
plaids. Short sleeve sport shirts $1.59,
2 for $3.00. Open 'til 6 p.m. Sams
Store, 122 E. Washington. )55
1000 78rpm records in new condition.
All makes, many unusual items, most-
ly below 50% off list prices. Alsoa
few LP's and 45's. 928 Forest, 3rd
floor apt. Tel. 2-9185. )26
GOLF CLUBS-Joe Kirkwoodmatched
set. 5 irons, 2 woods. Never used.
$29.95. Ph. 2-8692. )23
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istered. Canaries and Parakeets. 562
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PERSONAL

BLOOD DONORS NEEDED. University
Hospital Blood Bank is acceptingBnew
registrations for professional Blood
Donors limited to males of over 21
years of age. Report to the Blood
Bank between 9 and 11 a.m., Mon.
thru Friday, or call 2-2521, Ext. 225.
17p
KIDDIE KARE-Reliable baby sitters.
Ph. 3-1121. )10B
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
209 S. State *
Phone 8161 )1P
BUSINESS SERVICES_
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE-109 E. Wash-
ington. Custom Clothes and Altera-
tions. )3B
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
Is authorized to give special rates to
students and faculty members for
TIME, LIFE, FORTUNE, ARCHITEC-
TURAL FORUM, etc. Ph. 2-8242. )2
WASHING-Finish work and ironing
also. Rough dry and wet washing.
Free pick up and delivery. Ph. 2-9020.
) lB
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, at
308 S. State. Legal, Masters, Doctors
dissertations, etc. Call 2-2615 or
2-9848. )13
ACCURATE TYPING-Prompt service.
Ph. 2-9437. )16B
HAVE YOUR typewriter repaired by the
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215 E. Liberty. )4
TYPEWRITERS AND FOUNTAIN PENS
Sales & Service
MORRILLS-314 S. State St. )4B

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NEW YORK-(P)-Johnny Mize
continued his great batting surge
yesterday as the New York Yan-
kees swept a double header from
the St. Louis Browns, 16-1 and
4-3.
The veteran first baseman
smashed out five hits in six tries,
his homer off Ned Garver deciding
the nightcap in the eighth inning.
IN THE OPENER, Ed Lopat,
chunky Yankee southpaw, fired a.
no hitter for seven innings.
He lost it in the eighth when
his first pitch, a very slow screw
ball, was knocked into the left
field stands for a homer by Roy
Sievers.
Sherm Lollar pinch-singled in
the ninth for the only other safety
off Lopat, who gained his 12th
victory.
DETROIT 9, BOSTON 5
BOSTON - (R) - The top-place
Detroit Tigers nipped two threat-
ening rallies in the bud yesterday
while pulling out a 9-5 victory
over the Boston Red Sox for right-
hander Dizzy Trout.
Each team used three pitchers
and each totaled 12 hits. Vic
Wertz socked his 15th homer of
the season against Bosox starter
Willard Nixon and Bobby Doerr
caused Trout's departure in the
eighth with a two-run circuit drive.
They now have won six and lost

Let's Eat
at
FISH &
CHIPS
Tonight!

two with four games left before
returning to Briggs Stadium next
Tuesday.
S * * *
CLEVELAND 4, ATHLETICS 0
PHILADELPHIA - (AP) - Joe
Gordon's 10th home run of the
season, with one mate aboard,
helped in Cleveland's 4-0 victory
over Philadelphia last night as
Bob Feller picked up his second
shutout win over the Athletics
with a four-hit pitching job.
Thevictory was No. 201 of. Fel-
ler's career.
* * *
WASHINGTON - RA) - Sam
Dente's infield single with two out
in the tenth inning scored Irv
Noren from third base and lifted
Washington to a 5-4 victory over
Chicago here last night.
ChRay Scarborough, fifth White
Sox pitcher, was dealt his second
defeat in two nights by his former
teammates.

Braves Lose;
Brooks, Reds
Rained Out
St. Louis-(AP)-Using a baseball
bat the way it was intended, the
St. Louis Cardinals trounced the
New York Giants twice in a day-
night doubleheader yesterday and
took over first place in the Na-
tional League race.
The Redbirds won the nighter
10 to 3 after swamping the Giants
in the afternoon game, 18 to 4.
* * *
BIG SIX-RUN attacks in the
second inning of each game did
the trick.
In the night game Enos
Slaughter opened the second
frame with a double. Another
double by Eddie Miller, a triple
by Del Rice and singles by
Glenn Nelson and Slaughter, up
for his second time in the in-
ning, provided the runs.
The Birds added two runs in
the fourth on singles by Nelson
and Stan Musial and a double by
Red Schoendienst.
Musial stretched his consecu-
tive hitting streak to 23 games
by hitting in both affairs.
PHILLIES 3-2, PITTSBURGH 2-4
PITTSBURGH-0)-The Phila-
delphia Phillies stumbled a bit in
their National League pennant
drive yesterday by splitting a twin'
bill with the last place Pittsburgh
Pirates.
Granny Hamner's two-run hom-
er, in the 11th inning of the open-
er, gave the Phillies a 3-2 win;
but the Bucs rallied in the night-
cap to walk off with a 4-2 decision
behind the five-hit pitching of
rookie righthander Bill MacDon-
ald.
CHICAGO 11, BOSTON 3
CHICAGO-(P)-Roy Smalley
and Johnny Klippstein paced the
Chicago Cubs to an 11 to 3 victory
over the Boston Braves yesterday
- and the Braves dropped out of
first place as a result.
Smalley hit his 15th homer of
the season, doubled and singled,
and scored three runs. Klippstein
won his first 1950 victory with an
11-hit performance and hit his
first homer of the year.
Of the 11 hits off Klippstein,
two were homers by Roy Harts-
field and Tommy Holmes.

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Major League Standings

AL ROSEN
... still ahead

LOST-On Friday, June 30 in Williams
St. Laundromat-Gold ring with Chi-
nese letters. Extremely anxious to
have it returned. Reward. Ph. Jose
Bornn, Music Schopl. )2

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

FOR SALE

Golden Brown
French Fried Shrimp
Complete Fountain Service
LIBERTY
91be and Ch
301 E. Liberty

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Cleveland 51
Boston 47
Washington 39
Chicago 36
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1937 DODGE BUS. COUPE. Perfect
condition. Only thing wrong is up-
holstery. $85. Ph. 3CH-6731. )30
MOTORCYCLE-1948 Indian 74 Chief.
Phone 21014. t )31
HARLEY 125--Excellent condition, ex-
tras. Must sell immediately. Leaving
for California. Bargain. Call 2-3734.
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Short Sleeve
SPORT SHIRTS

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE
and
THE CHESS CLUB
present
HENRY FONDA

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"Young Mr. Lincoln

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THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
PRESENTS

"The Time of Your Li

by WILLIAM SAROYAN
Wednesday-Saturday at 8 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)
Box Office open 10-8 and Nights of performance.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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$145

$395

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TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Boston-Houtteman
(11-7) vs. Masterson (4-4).
Chicago at Washington -
(night)-Cain (6-7) or Hol-
combe (2-5) vs. Marrero (4-5).
Cleveland at Philadelphia -
(night)-Gromek (6-4) vs. Kell-
ner (6-9).
Lions Sign Backs
DETROIT-(,P)-T h e Detroit
Lions yesterday announced the
signing of Wally Triplett and
Chick Maggloli, a pair of hold-
over backs.
The Lions now have 42 players
under contract.

HENRY H.
STEVENS, Inc.
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Fri. and Sat., July 21,22
7:30 and 9:30 P.M.

ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIU
Advance Sale: Wed.-Fri., 1-4:30 Adm. Bldg.
Wed.-Fri., 1-6 Union
GENERAL ADMISSION . . . 50c

1273 Broadway
Flint, Michigan
686

Coopers
SWIM TRUNKS
3.95
SUMMER SLACKS
6.95 up
STRAW HATS
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KuOHN'S
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TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -
Miller (8-1) vs. Chambers (8-9).
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (2-
twi-night) - Newcombe (8-5)
and Van Cuyk (1-0) vs. Raffens-
berger (8-10) or Ramsdell (5-7)
and Blackwell (7-9).
New York at St. Louis -
(night)-Koslo (8-8) vs. Munger
(4-6).
Boston at Chicago-Bickford
(10-6) vs. Lade (5-3).
Pirate King Resigns
PITTSBURGH-(P-Frank E.
McKinney, Indianapolis banker
turned diamond magnate, yester-
day resigned as president of the
Pittsburgh Pirates.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Rhone river. Games and songs. All
those interested in hearing and
speaking French are cordially in-
vited.
Coming Events
Visitors' Night, Department of
Astronomy-Friday, July 21, 8:30
to 10 p.m., Angell Hall. The Stu-
dent Observatory, fifth floor, will
be open for observation of the

Moon. If the sky is not clear, the
visitors' night will be canceled.
Children must be accompanied by
adults.
Mathematics Movie: The movie
"The Origin of Mathematics" will
be shown at 10 on Friday, July 21,
in 3017 A.H. for students in Math-
ematics 184 and any others inter-
ested.
Russian Circle Meeting, Monday,
July 24th, 7 o'clock at the Interna-
tional Center. Program: Movies,
singing refreshments. All who are
interested are welcome.
The subject of the University
Museums' program for,Friday eve-
ning, July 21, will be "Some In-
dian Cultures of North and South
America." Short moving pictures
entitled "Peru Highlands of the

Andes," and "Source of the Ama-
zon" will be shown in Kellogg Au-
ditorium at 7:30 p.m. Related ex-
hibits will be on display at the
Museums' Building from 7 to 9
p.m.
The 'Inter Arts Union presents
its Summer Student Arts Festival:
Program will feature: "Designs in
Brass" by Leslie Bassett, directed
by Prof. Wm. D. Revelli; Four
Songs by Robert Cogan; Leslie Eit-
zen, soprano, Digby Bell, accom-
panist, lyrics by Wlm. Blake, Ste-
phen Spender, James Joyce, Tho-
mas Campion; poetry reading by
John Sargent; Quintet in C Minor
for Piano and Strings by Dean
Neurenberger; Panel Discussion on
Student Poetry, Prof. Frank Hunt-
ley, moderator. Friday, July 21, 8
p.m. Rackham Assembly Hall. The
public is invited.

Phone Flint
Collect 4-1

For Lower Interstate Rates. We own, operate and schedule
our own fleet of vans for direct service without transfer.

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SONGS OF MENDELSSOHN & FRANZ
Elizabeth Schumann, Soprano ........
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BEETHOVEN: SERENADE IN D-MAJOR
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RAVEL: RHAPSODIE ESPAGNOLE
KODALY: HARY JANOS ...............
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