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R&XWE M1IGA %IDAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1955

Bosox Sweep Twin Bill
With Final Inning Spree

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PIRATES 7, PHILLIES 5
PHILADELPHIA-Four 10th in-
ning singles, coupled with a field-
er's choice, broke up a tie as the
Pittsburgh Pirates whipped the
Philadelphia Phillies 7-5.
TIGERS 5, WHITE SOX 4
CHICAGO - The Detroit Ti-
gers blew a four-run lead but snap-
ped back in the 10th inning to
whip the second place Chicago
White Sox, 5-4, before a crowd of
37,567.
Catcher Frank House's single
with two out in the tenth inning
scored Earl Torgeson from second
base with the winning run as the
White Sox went reeling to their
third straight loss.
CUBS 7, BRAVES 3
MILWAUKEE-The second place
Chicago Cubs bumped off their
closest threat, the Milwaukee
Braves, 7-3, on two home runs
apiece by Ernie Branks and Jim
King.
INDIANS 7, ATHLETICS 5
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland
Indians tallied a whopping six
runs in the second inning as they
managed to outlast rebounding
Kansas City for a 7-5 triumph.
The Indians thereby drew a
game nearer to the second place
White Sox who dropped their en-
counter with Detroit.
U.S. Women
Sweep Net
Tournament
WIMBLEDON, England ()-
Four American girls-Doris Hart,
Louise Brough, Beverly Baker
Fleitz and Darlene Hard -- won
straight set victories in singles
quarterfinal matches yesterday to
insure that the United States will
provide a 12th straight woman
champion when the -tennis title is
decided Saturday.
When four players from one
country win four quarterfinals
without the loss of a set and after
the loss of only 18 games that
country can be judged absolutely
supreme.
In a late afternoon match,
America's Davis Cup doubles pair,
Vic Seixas and Tony Trabert, de-}
feated a pair of young Los Angeles
players, Bob Perry and Gil Shea,
8-6, 6-1, 6-1.
MEajor League
rStandings I
AMERICAN LEAGUE

MICHIGAN DAILY-
Phon e NO 2-3241
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1DAY 3DAYS 6DAYS
2 .66 1.47 2.15
3 .77 1.95 3.23
4 .99 2.46 4.30
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Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
1:00 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. )1A
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
ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE APT. FOR MEN near campus.
Private entrance and bath. Call 3-2374
any time. )1C(
CAMPUS-furnished 1and 2 bedroom
apartments for summer only. Private
baths. $80-$125. NO 3-8454. )6D
$5.00 ROOMS for men. Pleasant neigh-
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

HELP WANTED
GIRL FOR PART TIME housework and
babysitting in exchange for room and
board. Close to campus. Start now or
in the Fall. Phone NO 2-2009. )5H
ELECTRONIC ENGINEER - by local
expanding electronic manufacturing
concern. Ideal working conditions and
future for right man. State qualifica-
tions. Voker Corporation, Dexter,
Mich. )6H
USED CARS
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 W. Washington, NO 2-4588. )6N
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
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BACK-YARD EX P R E S S --_Home miniature railroad
is given whirl in Wade Atkinson's yard in Cincinnati. It has 40
feet of track and hand car for one or two children to ride. Hand
crank turns chain drive connected to rear wheels.

O N E- MA NL 'C O P T E R- Lewis McCarthy Jr., of Mt.
Vernon, N. Y., checks new one-man DH-4 Hell-Vector which
operates on principal of guidance by operator's shifting of weight.

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SINGLE ROOM for man. NO 8-9565 or4
NO 3-0913. )13D
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHINGS - and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery. Phone NO 2-
9020. )2J
HI-Fl
Components and Service
Audiophile, net prices
TELEFUNKEN
Hi-Fi, 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
PROFESSIONAL TYPING-campus 10-
cation. NO 8-7391. )5J
DICTION AND PHONETIC Training for;
singing and speaking. Professional)
with Doctor of Science degree. NO
3-1531, Ext. 296. )1J
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE STUDENTS im-
prove your pronunciation. Small class
being organized. Phone NO 3-5547 for
information. )7J
BABY SITTER, day or evening. 50c per
hour. NO 2-9020. )8J

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C 0 L L E C T O R -- Meylert Armstrong, of Greenwich, Conn.,
examines whalebone cane handles from his collection of sorim-
shaw-nautical art of ornamenting ivory and whale's teeth.

S U P E R - A N C H 0 R - A 60,000-pound anchor,, second
cast in Boston for supercarrier USS Forrestal, is loaded on rail-
road car in' New York for shipment to Newport News, V&.

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Cleveland .....42
Detroit ........36
Boston ....... .38
Kansas City ...27
Washington ...24
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TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Chicago-Hoeft (7-3)
vs. Byrd (5-2).
Kansas C i t y at Cleveland
(night) - Shantz (3-6) vs.
Feller (2-3).
Boston at Washington (night)
-Brewer (5-7) vs. Pascual
(2-5).
Baltimore at New York (2)-
Palica (2-7) and Rogovin (1-
7) vs. Turley (9-6) and Kucks
(5-3).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Chicago........40 32 .555 121/,
Milwaukee .....37 32 .536 14
Cincinnati .....32 34 .484 17
New York .....33 37 .471 18
St. Louis ...,...30 37 .447 20
Philadelphia ..31 39 .442 20%,
Pittsburgh.....23 48 .323 29
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn (night)
-Gomez (4-3) vs. Newcombe
(13-1) or Labine (6-0).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
(night)-Littlefield (2-5) vs.
Negray (1-0).
Chicago at Milwaukee (night)
- Pollet . (3-0) vs. Nichols
(5-4).
Cincinnati at St. Louis (night)
-Minarcin (4-3) vs. Poholski
(1-3).

Ends
Tonight -
A BLAZING LOVE STORY
OF THE TORRID "TWENTIES"!
DORIS JAMES
DAY CAGNEY ~
in M-G-M's
STEREOPHONIC so'D
in COLOR and CINEMASCOPE
Co-Starring Cameron MITCHELL wtR ETH TULLY

NEW VENTURE--Dr.
Roger Bannister, first man to
run a mile in less than four
minutes, takes beginner's ski
lesson near Interlaken, Switz-
erland, during holiday

W I N T E R , T I E - U P - snow and ice cover long row of gondolas along Venice's Grand
Canal after heavy snowfall blanketed the Adriatic showplace. At right is part of Piazza San Marc

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Thurs: GREER GARSON in
"strange Lady In Town"
Plus Sneak Preview at 9 P.M.

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TONIGHT at 8
Dept. of Speech Presents
JEAN ANOUILH'S FRENCH COMEDY

RING ROUND THE MOON

Adapted by Christopher Fry

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