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THE MCRIGAN DAILY

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A BLAZING LOVE STORY
OF THE TORRID "TWENTIES"!
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Trabert, Patty Win Net Quarterfinals;
To Meet in Semifinal Clash Tomorrow

ROOMS FOR RENT HELP WANTED
MICHIGAN DAILY MEAL JOB-1319 Hill. 2 waiters, 2
Phone NO 2-3241 LARGE APT. FOR MEN near campus. washers, pots and pans. Phon
Private entrance and bath. Call13-2374 Wentz, 2-6422.
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"We wash your duds in separate tubs."

WIMBLEDON, England /P) -
Budge Patty and Tony Trabert-
a pair of crafty Americans hitting
all the shots in tennis-won quar-
terfinal matches at Wimbledon
yesterday with Patty proving he
may be the man to fill America's
Davis Cup needs.
Bosox First
Sacker Dies
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ()- The
brilliant athletic career of Harry
Agganis was ended abruptly yes-
terday as the Boston Red Sox first
baseman and former Boston Uni-
versity great died at the age of 25.
Agganis, a rugged 6-2, 200-
pounder, succumbed at Sancta
Maria Hospital while apparently
recovering from a chest ailment
which sidelined him for the first
time exactly six weeks ago.
Returned to Lineup
Agganis was hospitalized for
more than a week in May, but re-
turned to the lineup and played in
two games June 1 and 2. He was
stricken again and reentered the
hospital June 5.
News of the death of the "Gol-
den Greek" came as a shock to
the entire sports world.

Patty upset Lew Hoad, a stand-
by on the last two Australian
Davis Cup teams, with one of the
finest, steadiest three-set victor-
les seen in the 69th Wimbledon1
championships.
Patty, formerly of Los Angeles
but now a resident of Paris, won
6-4. 6-4, 6-4.
Trabert Downs Drobny
While he was whipping Hoad,
Trabert was licking Jaroslav
Drobny, the defending champion,
8-6, 6-1, 6-4.
These two victories assured the
U.S. a representative in Friday's
men's finals. The two Yanks clash
in the semifinals tomorrow with
the survivor meeting the winner
of the match between Ken Rose-
wall of Australia, who remai-s
the prime favorite for the crown,
and Kurt Nielsen of Denmark.
Rosewell put out towering Sven
Davidson of Sweden 6-4, 6-1, 6-2.
With Vic Seixas' ailing shoul-
der a questionable proposition,
non-playing Davis Cup captain
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Cleveland 2, Cincinnati 1
Pittsburgh 8, Boston 2
New York (A) 4, New York (N) 1
York Piedmont 13, Baltimore
(A) 1
Toronto (IL) 7, Chicago (A) 3

Bill Talbert of New York has been
on a semi-scouting trip here forI
two weeks looking for a possible
Davis Cup player to fill in for
Seixas.
Talbert said Patty had prom-
ised to "seriously consider re-
turning home" to try and win a
place on the Davis Cup team.
Major League
Standings
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Classified deadline, 3 P.M. doily.
11:00 A. M. Saturday
LOST AND FOUND
WALLET-Lost Friday night or Satur-
day, on S. State or Monroe. Papers val-
uable to owner. Reward. R. Woodruff,
NO 3-4493. )2A
LOST-Red shoulder strap purse Tues-
day morning in Mason Hall. If found
call NO 2-7670 for reward. )lA
PERSONAL
SPECIAL RATES-on TIME magazine.
12 wks. for $1, 26 for $2. Call NO 3-
8146. )1F
FOR SALE
'54 CUSHMAN EAGLE Mtr. Sctr. with
access, only 500 mi., like new, bargain
price. 3740 Dixboro Rd. )1B
SIAMESE-Seal pointe kittens with pa-
pers. Stud service. Call Peterson's NO
2-9020. )4B
SHORT SLEEVE seersucker sports shirts.
No ironing. $1.89, 2 for $3.50. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )6B
GIRL'S ENGLISH BICYCLE in good
condition. Price $25. Call NO 2-3047.
)7B

CAMPUS-furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for summer only. Private
baths. $80-$125. NO 3-8454. )6D
STUDY AND SWIM at Whitmore. Share
Summer Cottage on Lakefront with
two Graduate students. $10 per week.
Call HI 9-5135 evenings. )3D
$5.00 ROOMS for men. Pleasant 1neigh-
borhood. 1001 S. Forest. NO 2-7639. )2D
MALE STUDENTS-Single and double
rooms. Very near campus. $5 weekly.
Phone NO 2-9446. )11D
SUMMER RATES on rooms for men.
Campus area, Phone NO 2-9733. )10D
SINGLE ROOM for man. NO 8-9565 or
NO 3-0913. )13D
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHINGS -- and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery. Phone NO 2-
9020. )2J
PRACTICAL ENGLISH tutoring for for-
eign students. Reasonable rates. NO
2-1590. )4J
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USED CARS
1939 CHRYSLER in good condition.
Good transportation. $75. Call NO 3-
3005. ) 3N
1951 AUSTIN 4 door sedan, good condi-
tion, 30 miles per gallon, easy to park.
Call NO 3-2613 or Univ. ext. 434. )7N
1952 CHEVROLET hardtop. Bittersweet
and beige color, radio and heater. One
owner. The big lot across from the
downtown carport. Huron Motor Sales,
222 WV. Washington, NO 2-4588. )S6N
1949 DODGE convertible, radio and
heater, runs perfect. The big lot
across from the downtown carport.
Huron Motor Sales. 222 W. Washing-
ton, NO 2-4588. )5N
1951 PACKARD. "200" Series. New mo-
tor, new tires, sharp. The big lot
across from the downtown carport.
Huron Motor Sales, 222 W. Washing-
ton, NO 2-4588. )4N
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD-Men only, $2.00 per day. Re-
bates on missed meals. Contact Jim
Burnett, NO 2-9431. 1000 Oakland. )2M

G:IRL FOR PAR '1m ouseworx ana
babysitting in exchange for room and
board. Close to campus. Start now or
in the Fall. Phone NO 2-2009. )5H

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 6-4, Washington 4-12
Cleveland 5-0, New York 0-2
Boston 5-8, Chicago 2-2
Kansas City 1-5, Baltimore 0-2
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago (night) --
Maas (5-4) vs. Donovan (9-2).
Kansas City at Cleveland-Cec-
carelli (2-4) vs. Garcia (3-9).
Boston at Washington (2) -
Sullivan (9-6) and Delock (5-
4) vs. Stobbs (1-7) and Por-
terfield (7-10).
Only games scheduled.
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Components and Service
Audiophile, net prices
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Hi-Fi, AM-FM shortwave radios
Service on all makes of
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Ann Arbor Radio & TV
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Milwaukee 4, Brooklyn 0
St. Louis 9-7, New York 2-2
Pittsburgh 5-1, Chicago 4-2
Cincinnati 16-5, Philadelphia
5-0
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn (night)
-Maglie (8-3) vs. Spooner
(1-1).
P i t t s b u r g b at Philadelphia
(night - Surkont (6-7) vs.
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Chicago at Milwaukee (night)
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DICTION AND PHONETIC Training for
singing and speaking. Professional
with Doctor of Science degree. NO
3-1531, Ext. 296. )lJ
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE STUDENTS im-
prove your pronunciation. Small class
being organized. Phone NO 3-5547 for
information. )7J

MORRILL'S
314 S. State St. Ph NO 8.7177
Open Saturdays until 1:00 p.m.
FOUNTAIN PENS REPAIRED

WANTED TO BUY-
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FOR TWO WEEKS
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sun.: $1.65. Fri., Sat.: $2.20. Closed Mon. Sea-
son tickets: Summer student: $4.50. Indiv.: $6.00. Family: $11.60.
Contributing: $20.00. Curtain: 8:30 p.m. Reservations Phone Saline
31. Also Bob Marshall's Book Store, S. State St., or write or visit
theatre, U.S. 112, Saline. (All dates subject to change.)

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