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DHICAGO (-) - The Cleveland
owns may be 12-point favorites,
they'll know they're in a foot-
1 game against the College All-
ars at Soldier Field Friday night.
Pro efficiency has meant more
d more in this great grid spec-
le in recent years and un-
.btedly Paul Brown's National
otball League champions will
Ld the smoother, harder-striking
m once again.
ret the current crop of All-
ars, coached by an all-pro staff,
rhaps has made.one of the most
ensive preparations in the 22-
mne series and has the talent to
ring a surprise.
All-Star Coach Curly Lambeau
d his assistants especially have
:centrated on defense, working
a theory that to cope with
rival behemoths, you have to have
Line Coaches Hunk Anderson
and Steve Owen can field an all-
star defensive unit which would
outweigh the Brown's best unit,
six pounds to a man.
As for offense, Notre Dame's
Ralph Guglielmi probably will be
the chief collegiate trigger-man,
but Oregon's George Shaw, Cali-
fornia's Paul Larson and Ohio!
State's Dave Leggett also are
splendid passing quarterbacks.
The All-Star backs have speed
in Dick Moegle of Rice, Joe Heap
of Notre Dame, Marquette's Ron
Drzewiecki, and Baylor's L. G.'
Dupre and power in the likes of'
Wisconsin's Alan Ameche, Mary-
land's Dick Bielski and Toledo's
The game will be televised na-
tionally 7:30 p.m. CST-ABC.
Nags to Riches
CARACAS, Venezuela (P)-
A taxicab driver and a grocery-
man parlayed $4 into $298,060
by picking six straight winners
at the Hipodromo Nacional
Race Track Sunday.
Their Joint effort was the
only one of nearly 300,000 which
had a perfect score.
The windfall came to Jesus
Villamizar, the hack driver, and
Jesus Martinez, the grocer, who
said they had been .betting to-
gether every Sunday for years.
For Net PIay
BOSTON AP)--America's hopes
of retaining the Davis Cup bright-
ened yesterday with the announce-
ment that Tony Trabert - side-
lined with a back and shoulder
ailment - will be ready for tennis
competition next week.
The U.S. team captain, Billy
Talbert, told reporters at a news
conference that the brilliant 24-
year-old Trabert has been given a
medical go-ahead to defend his
National Doubles Championship
with Vic Seixas at Longwood.
The climax of Trabert's troubles
came July 31 when he was forced
to default in the finals at South-
ampton, N. Y.
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Home runs by
Billy Klaus and Grady Hatton
powered Boston to a 4-1 victory
over New York in the frantic
American League race last night,
boosting the persistent Red Sox
to within four percentage points
of the Yankees, who fell to third
WHITE SOX 4, ATHLETICS 1
KANSAS CITY-Southpaw Bil-
ly Pierce fired a two-hitter as the
American League-leading Chica-
go White Sox defeated the Kan-
sas City Athletics 4-1.
Pierce went into the ninth on a
one-hit shutout but then gave up
a bases-empty home run to cen-
terfielder Bill Wilson with two out.
DODGERS 3, GIANTS 2
BROOKLYN - Veteran reliefer
Mary Grissom forced in a run
with two out and the bases load-
ed in the 10th inning to enable
the Brooklyn Dodgers to edge the
New York Giants 3-2.
INDIANS 4, TIGERS 2
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland
Indians bunched two walks with
singles by George Strickland and
Al Smith and a double by Gene
Yanks Downed by Boston;
Drop to Third in Standings
Woodling to score four runs off
Ned Garver in the second inning
and beat the Detroit Tigers 4-2.
CUBS 4, REDLEGS 3
CHICAGO - An unearned run
in the sixth inning carried the
Chicago Cubs to their sixth
straight victory as they defeated
Cincinnati 4-3 for their fifth one-
run payoff in the past six starts.
ORIOLES 1-3, SENATORS 0-6
BALTIMORE - Roy Sievers
blasted two homers, good for four
runs as Washington downed Balti-
more 6-3 to take the second game
of a twi-night doubleheader after
Cal Abrams' double gave Baltimore
a 1-0 shutout victory behind Bill
Wight'sfour-hit pitching in the
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11:00 A.M. Saturday
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weeks $2, 35 weeks $4. TIME 12 weeks
$1, 26 weeks $2. Offer good only
through August. Call NO 3-8146. )1F
LAST OPPORTUNITY for summer
school students to obtain student dis-
counts to LIFE, TIME, Newsweek,
Fortune, Sat. Eve. Post, and others.
Call Student Periodical Agency, NO
SHORT SLEEVE Skip-Dents sport shirts.
$1.39, 2 for $2.50. Sanforized, assorted
colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
HI-FI PHONO-Knight 20 watt ampli-
fier, Web-Cor record changer, in mod-
ern birch cabinet, 6-5" and GE 12"
speaker. $175. NO 3-0228. )24B
ROOMS FOR RENT
FREE ROOM RENT-to male students
in exchange for work. NO 3-8454. )21D
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOM FOR MALE STUDENTS-Linens
furnished, cooking privileges. Half
block from campus. 417 E. Liberty.
Components and Service
Audiophone, net prices
Hi-Fl, AM-FM shortwave radios
Service on all makes of
radios and phonographs
Ann Arbor Radio & TV
1217 S. University Phone NO 8-7942
1% blocks east of East Eng. )6J
WASHINGS-- and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery. Phone NO 2-
BABY SITTER, day or evening, 50c per
hour. NO 2-9020. )8J
1935 FORD-New engine, top mechani-
cal shape. For sale cheap. Call NO 3-
8154 evenings. )B
1952 CHEVROLET 4-door--black, white-
wall tires, and heater. 18,000 actual
miles, real nice. The big lot across
from the downtown carport. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington.
NO 2-4588. )26N
1953 VOLKSWAGON - Synchro-mesh
transmission. Good condition. $895.
1953 HUDSON HORNET--Radio, heater,
and hydramatic. This and 40 other
cars to choose from. The big lot
across from the downtown carport.
Huron Motor Sales, 222 W. Washing-
ton. NO 2-4588. )25N
VERY WELL PAYING RESTAURANT
-with living quarters, near Ann Ar-
bor. Ross Real Estate, NO 2-7736 or
NO 2-8137 evenings. )4R
RIDERS WANTED-to NY.-N.J area.
Leaving Saturday morning. Call NO
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DRIVING TO BOSTON August 13th
P.M. Will take two riders. Phone Dan
NO 2-9542. )100
WANTED---Driver to Los Angeles for
1950 Studebaker. Call Professor Sel-
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Major League Standings
BRAVES 6, CARDINALS 2
MILWAUKEE - Warren Spahn
won his 10th game as Milwaukee
handed the hapless St. Louis Car-
dinals their 11th loss in the last
12 games, 6-2.
PHILLIES 9, PIRATES 1
PHILADELPHIA - Bobby Mor-
gan banged home four runs with
a homer, triple and single as the
Philadelphia Phillies clung to their
fourth-place spot in the National
League on the strength of a 9-1
coast over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
few York ...65
iansas City .46
New York ..59
Cincinnati . .52
St. Louis ....46
Family of Archers Sweeps
Seven Firsts in Tournament
Chicago at Kansas City (night)
-Byrd (6-5) vs. Kellner (7-7)
Detroit at Cleveland (night)-
Hoeft (11-5) vs. Garcia (8-10)
Washington at Baltimore
(night) - Porterfield (9-14)
vs. Brown (1-1)
Boston at New York -Sullivan
(14-9) vs. Larsen (3-1)
14ew York at Brooklyn (night)
Monzant ' (1-5) vs. Erskine
St. Louis at Milwaukee (night)
-Poholsky (5-6) vs. Bursette
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
(night) - Friend vs. Rogovin
Cincinnati at Chicago (2) -
Gross (0-0) and Fowler (7-7)
vs. Minner (8-5) and Hacker
211 S. State
205 E. Liberty
OXFORD, Ohio (A)-The Modlin
family of Evansville, Ind., can
take a bow for its bow-and-arrow
Mom, pop, and the three child-
ren registered seven firsts, two
seconds and a third and fourth
in the National Archery Assn.
Sets World Record
Son Larry, 16, set a new world
record of 553 yards with a 50
pound bow in the junior boys
He also grabbed firsts in the 35
pound bow and unlimited bow
Dad Wins Two
Dad Cecil, who mixes baby food
at an Evansville plant and makes
bows for the entire family at
home, won the men's flight shoot
in the unlimited division with 614
yards and 1 foot. He was tops
with a 50 pound bow and third
with 80 pounds.
Mom Eunice shot her arrow 392
yards and 2 feet for the title in
Sectionr modern 6ooznc"
the women's flight with a 50
pound bow. She was fourth in the
unlimited division and second with
Brother Lonnie, 10, placed sec-
ond in intermediate boys competi-
Sister Bertha Lou, 14, won the
intermediate girls flight for a 267
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NEW BATHING SUITS SOLD
SEASON BATHINGTICKETS AVAILABLE
BATHING BEAUTY CONTEST
Saturday, August 20, - 4 P.M.
GROOMES BEA(H, WHITMORE LAKE
Beer & Wine
for the Finest in Recorded Music
°ANN ARBOR'S MOST-ISTENED-TO ORCHESTRAW
Del Rio Restaurant
122 West Washington
Hours 4-12 -Closed Tuesday, TeL, NO 2-9575
DANCING TUES., FRI., AND SAT.
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"WE'Ra NO ANGELS"
"It's one of the great pictures of this or any year"
HERE! That famous
funny feud between the
Captain and the crew-
that frantic shore leave-
those lonesome nurses
-all the lusty, gusty,
must see"greatness of
ON FILM IS
AS FUNNY AS
- FE Magazine
University of Michigan Oratorical Association
1955-56 LECTURE COURSE
7 GREAT ATTRACTIONS
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