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Yanks Beat Tribe, 5-2;
Cubs Drop Giants, 13-4I

THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

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Chisox Win;
Brooks Lose
STo Cards'
CLEVELAND (AP)-Mickey Man-
tle rapped two home runs Thurs-
day as the New York Yankees beat
Cleveland 5-2 and trimmed the In-
dians' league lead to a scanty 1%
games.
Mantle's 23rd homer, in the
eighth, tied him momentarily with
Cleveland's Larry Doby as the top
slugger in the league:Doby regain-
ed his lead by belting his 24th
round trip with one man on in the
eighth.
* * *

PREACHER ROE
.. thoroughly disgusted

CUBS 6,.GIANTS 4
NEW YORK (AP)-The lowly Chi-
cago Cubs scored a pair of runs in
they eighth inning to down the
league-leading New York Giants,
6-4, yesterday afternoon.
Cliff Banks and Ed Miskis hom-
ered in successive times at bat in
the eighth inning, breaking a 4-4
tie.
Banks accounted for three runs,
singling home Dee Fondy and'
Ralph Kiner 'in a three-run Chi-
cago uprising in the fourth. Baum-
holtz homered as the first man at
bat in the fifth.
The Cubs' reliefer, Jim Davis,
put down a New York rally in the
eighth, forcing Willie Mays to fly
out with the tieing run on base.
Pinch hitter .Bill Taylor and Al
Dark hit home runs for the Giants
in the fifth inning, in which the
Giants packaged all their runs.
Jim Hearn was the losing pitch-
er, replaced by Mary Grissom in
the eighth. The winner was Hal
Jeffcoat, who went in for Warren
Hacker in the sixth and who in
turn was relieved in, the eighth
by Davis after Al Dark had sing-
led and Hank Thompson had
drawn a walk.
The Giants maintained their
five-game lead over the Brooklyn
Dodgers 'who lost to the St. Louis
Cardinals 13-4.
* * *
ST. LOUIS 13, BROOKLYN 4
BROOKLYN (to)-The St. Louis
Cardinals, behind the six-hit
pitching of rookie Brooks Law-
rence, lambasted the Brooklyn
Dodgers, 13-4,yesterday afternoon.
Beaten 18 times in their last 19
games at Ebbets Field, the arous-
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Aug. 11-"Gone With the Wind"

ed Redbirds ganged up on starter
Preacher , Roe and other hapless
hurlers for 21 hits that totaled 33
bases.
Benefited by the Cards' biggest
batting display of the year, rookie
Brooks Lawrence coasted to his
seventh victory in 12 decisions.
The stocky Negro righthander
doled out only six hits. He was
scored on only in the first and
sixth innings. Duke Snider's 27th
homer following a walk to Pee Wee
Reese accounted for the first two
Dodger runs.
Preacher Roe, who hadn't bowed
to the Cards at Ebbets Field in
four years, took the defeat, his
fourth against three wins this sea-
son. He managed to keep the Cards
from scoring during the first two
innings but the roof fell in on him
in the third when singles by Alex
Grammas, Rip Repulski and Wal-
ly Moon followed by Miusial's
three-run homer produced four
runs.
Musial's second homer came in
the fourth off Erv Palica. This al-
so came with two mates aboard.
* * *
WHITE SOX 5, RED SOX 1
CHICAGO (M) - The Chicago
White Sox won their seventh
straight game Thursday, defeat-
ing the Boston Red Sox 5 to 1 and
moving to within ,five games of
league-leading Cleveland.
Great Milers Coast
In Preliminaries
VANCOUVER, B.C.(M - The
world's two greatest milers let
their rivals lead the way to the
wire yesterday in the preliminar-
ies ofrthe British Empire Games
mile run, John Landy of Australia
and Roger Bannister of England
being content just to qualify for
tomorrow's final.
Bannister place dthird in the
first heat, won by Murray Hal-
berg of New Zealand in 4:07.4
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MICKEY MANTLE
.. .numbers 22 and 23
SENATORS 4, TIGERS 1
IDETROIT (P-Bob Porterfield
lost his shutout with two out in
the ninth inning Thursday but
pitched six-hit ball to give the
Washington Senators a 4-1 vic-
tory over the Detroi 't gers and
a split of their four-game series.
SPORT SHORTS
by the Associated Press
BROOKLYN MP)-The Brooklyn
Dodgers have decided to wear
plastic helmets to protect them
while at bat.
They made the decision at a
meeting Wednesday night. The ac-
tion probably was prompted by
last week's beaning of Joe Adcock
of the Milwaukee Braves, who was
saved from serious injury by such
a headgear.
* * *
BRIZHAM, England, (P)-G. G.
Crisp went empty-handed for
hours Wednesday while two com-
panions on a fishing expedition
hauled in catches right and left.
As the party upped anchor to
row home, an 11-pound pollock
jumped at a fly, cleared the edge
of the boat and fell at Crisp's feet.
It was the day's biggest fish.
BROOKLYN ()-Preacher Roe
Brooklyn lefthander, threw his'
glove into the stands after being
removed from the mound in the
third inning Thursday and almost
didn't get it back.
Walking to the dugout in a huff,
Preacher threw his glove into thei
stands. Then he flipped his jacket
among the fans.
He got his jacket back imme-
diately but the fan who caught the
glove refused at first to relinquish
it. He was ejected from the ballj
park.
Later the fan, Don Reed of Ba-
bylon, N.Y., attending the game
with his 8-year-old son, gave up
the glove. He said he had hoped
to return it to Roe personally.
He was readmitted to the game
and his son was given a brand
new glove, autographed by Roe.
"The glove just had no more
luck in it," said Roe dourly.
"That's why I threw it, away."

MICHIGAN DAILY
Phone NO 23-24-1
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RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
11:00 A.M. Saturday
FOR SALE
HERB ESTES
1950 NASH 4-door Statesman
Super-this car makes into
a bed .. .................$545
1951 VANGUARD 4-door - a
small sports car-this car will.
give good economy,....$545
1947 DE SOTO Convertible $295
1949 KAISER, 4-door-reliable
transportation...........$245
1948 STUDEBAKER.......$295
1947 FORD Station Wagon $195
Plenty of "Cheapies"
from $50 to $200
YOUR FORD DEALER
503 E. Huron NO 2-3261
OPEN EVENINGS
)607B
SIAMESE KITTENS, with registered
papers. Phone NO 2-9020. )606B
1951 RED CONVERTIBLE NASH Ramb-
ler, radio, heater, practically new
top, low mileage, $725. Call Dr. Shaw,
NO 3-1531, Ext. 528. )605B
1949 MERCURY Station-wagon, radio,
heater, leather upholstering, fine
condition inside and out, mechani-
cally A-1, only $565. Fitzgerald-Jor-
dan, 607 Detroit, NO 8-8141. )602B
SMITH-CORONA skywriter typewriter,
Call NO 2-4591, 320 Strauss House.
)601B
MAN'S RALEIGH BICYCLE--old but
good condition. 3-speed, $20. Call NO
3-0811. 6-7:30 p.m. )600B
SALE! White T-shirts, 2 for $1; briefs
and undershirts, 3 for $1; short sleeve
sport shirts, $1; nylon short sleeve
sport shirts, $1.99; many other buys.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )599B

FOR SALE

1951 PLYMOUTH, radio, heater, 2-door,
low mileage, one owner, Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
)590B
1950 NASH, 2-door, hydramatic, runs
perfect, will finance, Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
)591B'
SUMMER STUDENT DIRECTORY on
sale at the Student Publications$
Bldg. and all the bookstores from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. this week. A limited
number for only 50c. }564B
1948 WILLYS-radio, heater, overdrive,
new rubber, real nice. Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
)572B
REO POWER LAWN MOWER. 18 inch
rotary type. Absolutely brand new
with warrantee card still to be made
out. Won as a prize. Sell $60. 832
South Main or NO-3-2512. )608B
FOR RENT
FOUR ROOM furnished apartment, no
children or pets, 1 block from bus
station, 309 Ferris, Phone Ypsi 24iM.
)97C
BY DAY OR WEEK-furnished 1 and 2
bedroom campus apartments. Rooms.
Families welcome. Campus Tourist
Homes. 518 E. Williams. NO 3-8454.
(near State). ,)92C
TWO ROOMS, double and single, near
Rackham. BARGAIN RENTS 'TIL
LABOR DAY. 120 N. Ingalls. )106D
2 LARGE second-floor rooms, furnish-
ed; desirable for students or working
couple, share bath. Call NO 2-1173 at
2216 Packard. ) 105D
ARE YOU STAYING IN TOWN until
September 15? Why not with us?
Rooms are only $20 for the entire
periodfromn now until Sept. 15. Free
bed linen; kitchen and many other
privileges. Come out and take a look
-it's cool. 1617 Washtenaw, NO 3-5806.
) 104D
ROOMS FOR RENT
AVAILABLE for summer and fall for
women students. Kitchen privileges,
2 baths, 1 block from campus, 417
E. Liberty. )103D
THREE LARGE ROOMS for male stu-
dents for summer. Single or double.
940 Greenwood. NO 8-9531. )97D
ROOM AND BOARD
WILL CARE for an elderly woman or
semi-invalid in my home. Board and
room and excellent care. Phone NO
2-3950. )25E

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE NEEDED to Miami, Fla. or vici-
nity after August 10, share expenses,
driving. Call NO 8-7301. 101G
WANTED RIDE to Syracuse, N.Y. Can
leave August 8 or 9. Out of town
until 10 p.m. August 6. Call NO 3-5973.
100G
PERSONAL
HAIR REMOVED - NEVER GROWS
BACK. Fron face and body by SHORT
WAVE METHOD. Ann Arbor physi-
cians' references. Lucia Gagalis, Vogue
Beauty Salon, Phone NO 8-8384. )121F
BUY A JAGUAR with the money saved
from suscribing at Student Periodi-
cal Agency, NO 2-3061. )130F
HELP WANTED
COPYWRITER WANTED, full time.
Male or female, experience desirable
but not necessary, for appointment,
Phone WPAG, NO 2-5517, ask for
Mr. Horst. )124H
SITUATION WANTED
HOUSEWORK or restaurant work,
mornings only. Exclusive sewing by
the hour. Experienced. Phone 140
3-3294. )5P
MAN would like permanent caretaker
or janitor's job-very dependable, has
own transportation. Wants to live
out. Call NO 2-9020. )3P
BUSINESS SERVICES

3 for $2.00
6 for $3.94

10 for $6.49
25 for $15.95

DANCE MUSIC
LET'S DANCE THE POLKA-Military Polka, Ev'rybody Laugh, etc.
SQUARE DANCES-Virginia Reel, Nelly Bly, etc.
12 FAMOUS SONGS AND WALTZES-Peg 0' My Heart, Sidewalks
of New York, Sweet Rosey O'Grady, etc.
IRISH BALLADS-I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen, Rose of Tra-
lee, etc.
LET'S DANCE THE POLKA-Clarinet Polka, Ohio Polka, Hurrah Polka,
etc.
LATIN RHYTHMS-Guaracha, Bolero Son, Son Montuno, etc.
NORO MORALES and His Orchestra-Walter Winchell Rhumba, Tea
for Two, etc.
DANCE PARTY-Changing Partners, Ebb Tide, Rags to Riches, etc.
ALL TIME POPULAR DANCE HITS-Percy Faith plays Begin the
Beguine, Black Magic, Dark Eyes, etc.
POLKA TIME-Beer Barrel Polka, Pennsylvania Polka, etc.
SOUTH AMERICAN TEMPOS-Mexican Hat Dance, La Cucaracha,
Linda, etc.
WALTZ TIME-Wabash Moon, Wonderful One, My Hero, etc.
TED STRAETER AND HIS ORCHESTRA-You Do Something To Me,
You Were Meant for Me, etc.

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TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS to New York City area want-
ed. Leaving Sat. August 14th. Call
NO 2-7880 weekdays after 5 p.m. )103G
UNIVERSITY employee wants ride to
and from Shady Knoll, Ypsilanti
starting August 9. Working hours
8 to 5, Monday thru Friday. Call
Mrs. Porter, NO 3-1511, ext. 2285.
{ )1020

GOLFERS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and
balls - 21 miles out
Washtenaw - right on
U.S. 23 for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10A.M. -11 P.M.

NO 8-6972

1116 S. University
)534B

ANN ARBOR'S MOST LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
DANCING FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS

1946 OLDSMOBILE, Club Coupe, radio
heater, hydramatic, one owner. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
2-4588. )549B
1952 CHEVROLET 4-door, with radio,
heater, white wall tires, black; just
right this, week, $595. Huron Motor
Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588.
)589B

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POPULAR and NOVELTY
UNCLE DON'S NURSERY SONGS-44 Children's songs
SPIRITUALS: THE HARMONAIRES-Deep River, Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot, etc.
81 THE TEN BEST KNOWN HYMNS-Rock of Ages, Abide With Me,
Nearer My God to Thee, etc.
E, AMERICA MARCHES FORWARD-Star Spangled Banner, King Jus-
I tice, etc.
- UNCLE DON'S MUSICAL STORIES AND GAMES
te UNCLE DON: A DAY AT THE CIRCUS, AN AIRPLANE TRIP
ei THE LORD'S PRAYER AND OTHER SPIRITUALS-In the Garden, The
II Rosary, etc.
id AN AIRPLANE TRIP WTH UNCLE DON
COWBOY SONGS-Jack 0' DiamondsDThe Old Pioneer, etc.
SONGS THAT NEVER GROW OLD-Coming Through the Rye, A Per-
eI fect Day, etc.
O SONGS OF DIXIELAND-Yellow Rose of Texas, Kathleen Mavourneen,
etc.
FAMOUS PIANO DUETS
THREE SUNS PLAY-Twilight Time, It's Dawn Again, Jealousy, etc.
4. THE IMMORTAL MUSIC OF GEORGE M. COHAN-Give My Regards
2 Ato Broadway, You're a Grand Old Flag, etc.
5 ALL TIME GREAT CHILDREN'S STORIES
SONGS OF THE COLLEGES-The Eyes of Texas, Maryland, My Mary-
land, etc.
VICTOR HERBERT'S ALL TIME HITS-Gypsy Love, Kiss Me Again, etc.
THE HYMNS WE LOVE BEST-Tell Me the Old Story, A Mighty
Fortress, etc.
JEROME KERN'S MUSIC FROM ROBERTA-You're Devastating, The
Touch of Your Hand, etc.
FOY WILLING AND THE RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE-Cool Water,
Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Buffalo Gals, etc.
ALL STAR SHOW-Jane Froman, Ames Brothers, Ella Logan, etc.
THE THREE SUNS FAVORITES-Girl of My Dreams, Who's Sorry
Now, etc.
SACRED ORGAN SELECTIONS-Lead Kindly Light, Holy, Holy, Holy,
etc.
"SOUTH PACIFIC" AND OTHER. RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN
H ITS-Some Enchanted Evening, Bali Ha'i, A Wonderful Guy, etc.
LANI McINTYRE AND HIS ALOHA ISLANDERS-Hawaiian War
Chant, I Found a Little Grass-Skirt, etc.
FRANK FROEBA OLD TIME PIANO-After You've Gone, 12th Street
Rag, etc.
ITALIAN-AMERICAN SONGS BY PHIL BRITO-Come Back to Sor-
rento, Oh Marie, 0 Sole Mio, etc.
HITS BY IRVING BERLIN-Always,.Blue Skies, Golden Wedding, etc.
SHOW BOAT AND OTHER HITS OF THE SOUTH-Bill, Can't Help
Lovin' Dat Man, Old Man River, etc.
LIGHT CLASSICS
STRAUSS WALTZES-Emperor Waltz, Blue Danube, etc.
VIENNESE WALTZES-Merry Widow Waltz, Vienna Beauties, etc.
LET'S ALL SING-Sweet Adeline, Auld Lang Syne, etc.
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SELECTIONS-lolanthe, Yoeman of the
Guard, etc.
STEPHEN FOSTER SONGS-My Old Kentucky Home, I Dream of
Jeannie, etc.
DIE FLEDERMAUS AND INVITATION TO THE WALTZ
EMERY DEUTSCH AND HIS VIOLIN-Danube Waves, Once Upon a
Time, etc.
TCHAIKOVSKY'S NUTCRACKER SUITE
BIZET'S L' ARLESIENNE SUITE AND THOMAS' MIGNON OVERTURE
EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK (MOZART) AND EGMONT OVERTURE
(BEETHOVEN)
WILLIAM TELL AND MOZART OPERA INTERLUDES
A VIENNESE SYMPHONY-Emperor Waltz, Blue Danube, etc.
OPERA HIGHLIGHTS-Bizet's Carmen, Mozart's Marriage of Figaro
BEETHOVEN SYMPHONIC HIGHLIGHTS-Third and Fifth Symphonies
MOZART PRAGUE SYMPHONY NO. 38
OPERA EXCERPTS-Barber of Sevill eand Lucia di Lammermoor
PIANO FAVORITES-Eric Silver plays Malaguena, Polonaise, etc.
MUSIC FOR ALL-A Night in Venice, Sabre Dance, Roman Carnival
BALLET MUSIC-Scheherazade
CONCERT MUSIC-Solveig's Song, Return of Peer Gynt, etc.
LEONORE OVERTURES 1 and 2 (Beethoven)
BEETHOVEN FIFTH SYMPHONY
MOZART SYMPHONY NO. 40
HAYDN "SURPRISE" SYMPHONY
PETER AND THE WOLF
BEST KNOWN SUITES-Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker, Grieg's Peer Gynt
DIE FLEDERMAUS ARIAS
BRAHMS HUNGARIAN DANCES AND WALTZES, SCHUMANN
CARNAVAL
OPERAHIGHLIGHTS-La Donna e Mobile, 0 Paradiso, Vesti la
Giubba, etc.
CHOPIN PIANO CONCERT-Eric Silver
MARIAN ANDERSON SINGS-, Mio Fernando, Air des Adieux, etc.
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN-Mikado, Gondoliers.
OVERTURES OF THE OPERAS-Madame Butterfly, Faust, etc.
OPERETTA GEMS-March of the Toys, Badinage, etc.
PIANO NOVELTIES-Eric Silver
STRAUSS' THE GYPSY BARON, etc.
JAN PEERCE-L'amour, Toujours, l'amour, Mattinata, Because, etc.
SONGS FROM THE DESERT SONG-Desert Song, One Alone, Ro-
mance, etc.
RAVEL'S BOLERO, BERLIOZ' ROMAN CARNIVAL
DANCE OF THE HOURS, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
AGH FROM THE STUDENT PRINCE
LA BOHEME-Arias
FRITZ KREISLER VIOLIN SOLOS-Caprise Viennois, Tambourin
Chinois, etc.
OPERA OVERTURES-Don Giovanni, La Traviata, Magic Flute, etc.
SYMPHONIC HIGHLIGHTS-Mozart's 40th Symphony, etc.
SONGS FROM OKLAHOMA
LISZT'S HUNGARIAN RHAPSODIES NO. 2 and 6
SONGS FROM ROSE MARIE
ROSAMUNDE BALLET (Schubert)
SONGS FROM CAROUSEL
STRAVINSKY'S THE FIRE BIRD SUITE
THE MOST FAMOUS MARCHES-The Stars and Stripes Forever,
Hands Across the Sea, etc.
GERSHWIN'S RHAPSODY IN BLUE
WAGNER'S LOHENGRIN-Arias
KABALEVSKY'S THE COMEDIANS, RUBINSTEIN'S KAMMENOI-
OSTROW
GERSHWIN'S AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
PIANO CLASSICS BY ERIC SILVER-Moonlight Sonata, Moment Mu-
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