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PAGE THREE

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Aussies Fall at Wimbledon Net

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DETROIT-(W)-The Detroit
Tigers take on the surging second
place Cleveland Indians tonight in
the first game of a three game
home stand.
Manager F r e d Hutchinson
brought his club home Sunday
following the completion of the
Bengals' first break-even road trip
in two years.
THE TIGERS completed the
eastern swing by splitting a dou-
ble header with the Washington
Senators. The win gave the Ben-,
gals a 7-7 record for the trip. In-
cluded were a 2-2 split with the
New York Yankees; a 2-1 edge
over the Philadelphia Athletics;
a 1-2 deficit with the Boston Red
Sox, and a 2-2 split with the Sen-
ators.
Tiger hurler Billy Hoeft and
infielder Harvey Kuenn paced
the Tigers on the road trip.
Hoeft mastered the Red Sox at

the start of the trip, started the
Yankees on their current seven
game skid; and stopped the Sen-
ators in the second game of Sun-
day's double-header.
* * *
KUENN PUSHED his batting
average to .314 on the trip. He
collected five hits in eight trips
to the plate in Sunday's double-
header against Washington.
The Tigers had an off day Mon-
day before the start of the Cleve-
land series.
* * *
CLEVELAND pushed to within
six games of the Yankees who a
short time ago held an 11 game
grip on first place with a weekend
sweep of three games in New
York.
Following the three game ser-
ies here, the Tigers move over to
Cleveland for the start of a 16
game road trip against the west-
ern division clubs.

MICKEY MANTLE
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CAMERAS FOR RENT
8 mm movie - 16 mm movie
35 mm stereo
Polaroid and Snapshot Cameras
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1116 So. University Phone 6972

Injured Leg
Muscle Fells
Yanks' Mantle
NEW YORK-(-Mickey Man-
tle, who pulled a leg muscle in
Sunday's game between the New
York Yankees and Cleveland In-
dians, may be out of action for
two or three days.
The young Yankee center-
fielder hurt the leg while try-
ing; to beat out an infield
grounder in the ninth inning.
"He pulled the muscle just as
he stepped on the bag," Yankee
trainer Gus Mauch, explained
Monday. "Sometimes those things
are nothing. Sometimes they can
keep a player out as long as two
weeks. We'll just have to wait
and see."

11o sewall Upset'
By Yank, Dane
WIMBLEDON, England - ()
- Australia, reigning power in
world tennis the past three years,
lost two of its stars in quarter-
final round matches of the Wim-
bledon tounament yesterday with
Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, engi-
neering one of the surprises.
Seixas' 5-7, 6-4, 1-6, 9-7 triumph
was over Aussie Lewis Hoad, who
had been playing some of the best
tennis on display this year.
KURT NIELSEN'S victory by
scores of 7-5, 4-6, 6-8, 6-0, 6-2
over Ken Rosewall, seeded No. 1
here and the Australians' big gun
in the coming Davis Cup cam-
paign, was a shocker.
Nielsen, 23-year old Dane, vir-
tually blew the overtrained
Rosewall off the No. 1 court in
the final two sets.
In the other quarterfinal round
matches Merwyn Rose, the. third
member of Australia's youthful
trio, eliminated Art Larsen of
San Leandro, Calif., and Jaroslav
Drobny of Egypt defeated Ed
Sven Davidson of Sweden, 7-5, 6-4,
6-0.
Tomorroy's semifinal round
pairings will pit Seixas against
Rose and Drobny against Nielsen.
The title will be decided Friday.
The defeats of Rosewall and
Hoad boosted U.S. Davis Cup hopes
greatly. For three years Australia
has held the cup, and it was the
general belief that it would con-
trol the huge international trophy
for sometime to come with its
army of youngsters.

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Phone 2-6422.
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LOST-Men's gold wrist watch (Sante
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LOST on or near campus. Family heir-
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I% inches wide. Flower and leaf de-
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FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords $6.98. Sox,
39c; Shorts, 69c; Military Supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
'53 VOLKSWAGEN - German peoples'
car, $150 below cost. '48 . English
Thames, small panel truck, $200 total.
Ph. European Products, 2-9780.
TROPICAL FISH at lowest prices in
town. Tanks, pumps. filters. See Lar-
ry Thomas at 813 E. Huron St., base-
ment rear in early afternoon.
4x5 SYNCH. PRESS CAMERA - Flash
gun, case, cut film holders, coupled
range finder. Also 4x5 Solar enlarger,
F4.5 lens. Both like new. Must sacri-
fice. Phone 2-3245.
REFRIGERATOR, electric stove, 8mm
movie camera, shotgun. All in excel-
lent condition. Ph. 2-3245.
MODERN table lamp. Call Univ. Ext.
2841, 9 to 5 weekdays.
BOLSEY B-2 35mm camera. Cirofiex
Reflex camera, accessories. Both like
new. Call Univ. Ext. 2841, 9 to 5.
1952 CHEVROLET - Light green two-
door, perfect condition. Very clean.
Radio and heater. Complete service
record available. Best offer. Ph. 2-3246.
M to F (9. to 5).
PARAKEETS $6 and $8. Canaries-fe
males and undetermined sex $1.95.
Singers $7.95 and up. Mrs. Ruffins,
562 S. Seventh.
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between Ypsi and Ann Arbor. No
children, 6 month lease. $67.50 per
month. Phone 2-9020.
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day or week for campus visitors. -
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food. On campus. 1319 Hill. Ph.
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beginners; repertoire and technique
for the advanced pianist. Ph. 2-3541.
HELP WANTED
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WASHING, Finished Work, and Hand
Ironing. Cotton dresses a specialty.
Ruff dry and wet washing. Also iron-
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HOME TYPING SERVICE-Reasonable
rates. Call Mrs. Conner, 2-7605.
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Phono needles - portable batteries.
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CHICAGO - (P) - There was
quite a shnffle in the All-Star
baseball lirneups yesterday as the
poll to sel(^t National and Amer-
ican League players headed into
its final four days.
There were five changes in the
National League leaders and two
in the American. In one shift,
Mickey Mantle, New York Yankee
centerfielder, regained his indivi-
dual leadership over Washington's
Mickey Vernon.
* * *
THE POLL, conducted by more!
than 200 newspapers and radio
stations, will determine the start-
ing lineups for the 20th annual
interleague game at Cincinnati,
July 14. Balloting opened June 12
and will close at midnight Friday.
In other changes, Boston's
Billy Goodman passed Nellie
Fox, Chicago White Sox second
baseman, and Phil Rizzuto of
the Yankees passed Chicago's
Chico Carrasquel for the starting
shortstop post in the American
League.

* * *
THREE BROOKLYN Dodgers--
first baseman Gil Hodges, short-
stop Peewee Reese and center-
fielder Duke Snider-fell into run-
nerup spots in three other Na-
tional League switches.-
Ted Kluszewski of the Cincin-
nati Redlegs, moved ahead of
Hodges; Philadelphia's Granny
Hamner passed Peewee Reese,
and Snider lost his top spot to
Richie Ashburn, also of the
Phils.
Final returns will be announced
next Monday.

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