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DAY, JULY

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TIGERS DROP TWIN BILL:
Bosox Win on Zauchin's Homer in 13th

1.

By -The Associated Press
BALTIMORE-Norm Zauchin's
homer in the 13th inning broke a
3-3 deadlock and gave Boston a
4-3 victory over Baltimore last
night after Red Sox reliefers Leo
Kiely and Ellis Kinder had held
the Orioles to one hit in the last
eight innings.
Zauchin's homer into the left
field seats, his,16th of the season,
with. one out in the top of the
13th inning, gave the Red Sox
their 20th victory in 25 games.
ATHLETICS 3, TIGERS 2
KANSAS CITY - Cloyd Boyer,
with the help of Tom Gorman,
shackled Detroit with six hits as
the Kansas City A's edged the Ti-
gers 3-2 in the first game of a
twi-night doubleheader.

ATHLETICS 7, TIGERS 5 r
KANSAS CITY - Vic .Power's
seventh inning lead off homer ig-
nited a seven-run rally that
brought Kansas City a 7-5 victory
over Detroit and gave the Ath-
letics a sweep of a twi-night dou-
bleheader.
The Tigers had pecked away for
five runs against Ray Herbert,
Art Cecarrelli and Johnny Sain
and led 5-2 as Power came to bat
in the eighth.
* * *
PIRATES 3, DODGERS 2
BROOKLYN - Dick Groat's
single scored two runs to give
Pittsburgh a slim lead in the sixth
inning and righthander Vern Law
made it stand up the rest of the
way as the Pirates knocked off the
National League leading Brooklyn
Dodgers 3-2.,
It was only the third Pitts-
burgh victory in 10 games with the
Dodgers this season.
INDIANS 1, WHITE SOX 0
CLEVELAND -- Larry Doby's
home run gave the Cleveland In-
dians a 1-0 victory over the Chi-
cago White Sox as righthander
Early Wynn posted his 11th vic-
tory and third straight shutout.
The victory moved the Indians
to within a half game of the sec-
ond-place White Sox, who have
now lost six straight.
* * *
REDLEGS 14, BRAVES 2
CINCINNATI - Big Ted Kluz-
zewski, who couldn't get a hit for
the Cincinnati Redlegs in the last
two games, homered with a man

aboard in the first inning to start
a scoring spree which sent the
Milwaukee Braves reeling to a
14-2 defeat.
The defeat pushed the Braves
into third place behind the Chi-
cago Cubs.
PHILLIES 9, GIANTS 3
PHILADELPHIA - A five-run
eighth inning-4opped by Mary
Blaylock's and Jim Greengrass'
two-run doubles-put the clincher
on Robin Roberts' 11th win of the
season as the Philadelphia Phil-
lies beat the New York Giants 9-3.
Gail Harris homered for the los-

Seasick
MIAMI, Fla. (Rl) - Delores
Kipple, 22 - year - old Miami
Beach water skiing champion,
set a water ski endurance rec-
ord last Sunday by riding the
waves from Miami to Nassau,
a 200-mile journey, on a single
ski.
Yesterday, returning to Mi-
ami in a 26-foot boat, Miss
Kipple became violently sea-
sick.

Trounces Dane in Straight
Sets for Net Championship

ers.
Roberts
tight-fisted

fanned 7 and was
with Giant hits.
* * *

SALINE MILL
THEATRE

"vThe.Fourposler"
Phone Saline 31

CUBS 11, CARDINALS 7
CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs
went on a home run binge, get-
ting four including Gene Baker's
first grand slammer, to beat the
St. Louis Cardinals a sixth straight
time, 11-7.
Rip Repulski got two of St.
Louis' three homers.
* * *
YANKEES 7, SENATORS 2
NEW YORK - Whitey Ford
hurled the league-leading New
York Yankees to a 7-2 victory over
the Washington Senators, cush-
ioned by a ten hit attack.
The win was Ford's tenth against.
three losses.

Marc iano,
Moore Bout
In Autumnt
NEW YORK (IP)-Rocky Mar-
cianowill defend his world heavy-
weight boxing title against Ar-
chie Moore, the 38-year-old light
heavy king, in a 15-round match,
Tuesday, Sept. 20 at New York's
Yankee Stadium.
Jin Norris, president of the In-
ternational Boxing Club, predicted
the bout would draw a gate of
$750,000 with an additional $250,-
000 to be taken in by theater
network television.
Announcing, the match at a
press conference, Norris said Mar-
ciano will get 40 per cent of the
net gate and Moore 20 per cent.
If Moore wins, there is an agree-
ment for a rematch within 90 or
120 days, probably February.

WIMBLEDON, England (2) ~
T o n y Trabert, a Cincinnatif
youngster playing before royalty
with his shirttail hanging out, de-
feated Kurt Nielsen yesterday for
the greatest title in tennis - the
Wimbledon Championship.
The 25-year-old A m e r i c a n
whipped the big Dane, 6-3, 7-5,
6-1 in 75 minutes.
Wins Every Set
By winning in such decisive
fashion, Trabert became the first
champion since 1938 to play
through the classic tournament
without losing a set. The prece-
dent was established by fellow
countryman Don Budge.
Only on service was Nielsen as
good as Trabert and even there
he was no better. Nielsen elected
to blast the ball in on services for
aces or forcing Trabert to make
weak returns.
Trabert Uses Spin
Trabert smartly put aside his
equally powerful service and
came up with a sharp twist on
the ball which destroyed Nielsen's
rhythm and had the big Dane
shifting his feet like a sailor on a
pitching deck.
Most of the crowd was for Niel-
sen-British crowds invariably are
for underdogs. But some of the
finest handclapping for the crew-
cut Yank came from the royal,
box.

There.. sat Princess Margaret,
the Duchess of Kent, former
Prime Minister Clement Attlee,
Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten
and Field Marshall Montgomery.
Trabert made few mistakes but
there was one he never corrected.
His tennis shirttail was hang-
ing out as he and Nielsen first
walked on the court to bow to
royalty. He poked at the vagrant
shirttail all during the match but
never got it all the way in.
Queen's Cup
Race Entered
By 29 Ships
MILWAUKEE, (P) - Twenty-
nine of the big sailing vessels on
Lake Michigan shoved off from
here last night in the start of the
15th annual Queen's Cup race to
Holland, Mich.
The yachts, from all portions of
Lake Michigan left the sponsor-
ing South Shore Yacht Club at
7:15 p.m. First boats are expected
to arrive at Holland, more than
80 miles east, early this morning.
The craft, entered in univer-
sal and cruising classes, range in
size from 35 to 60 feet.
Weather Uncertain
The boats were started across
the lake by a fresh southwest wind
but race off cials said weather
over the lake was such that any
conditions from dead calm to stiff
wind and rain could confront the
racers.
The Queen's Cup has been in
possession of the local yacht club
since 1938 when it was deeded to
the club by Walter Hull of De-
troit. It came to the United
States from England in 1853 when
it was won by a New York yachts-
man.

MICHIGAN DAILY
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Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
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 'Itues-
day morning in Mason Hall. If found
call NO 2-7670 for reward. )1A
LOST-man's yellow gold wedding ring,
near Palmer Field tennis courts. Re-
ward. Write Box 1 or call NO 2-6666
after 6 P.M. )3A
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

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
1951rPACKARD. "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
'53 BUICK-4 door sedan. Super, good
condition, 34,000 actual miles. One
owner. 3518 Edgewood, Pittsfield Vil-
lage. Call NO 2-6905 except Saturdays.
)8N
1940 OLDSMOBILE - one owner car,
coach, radio, heater, storm tires. NO
2-7619 evenings, weekends. }9N
'52 NASH, 4 door, overdrive, now selling
for Chevrolet and obligated to sell this
perfect automobile. See Eddie Goken-
bach, 712 Granger. Nash is in garage
and price will be right. )10N
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD-Men only, $2.00 per day. Re-
bates on missed meals. Contact Jim
Burnett, NO 2-9431. 1000 Oakland. )2M
For RESULTS

HELP WANTED
ELECTRONIC ENGINEER - by local
expanding electronic manufacturing
concern. Ideal working conditions and
future for right man, State qualifica-
tions. Voker Corporation, Dexter,
Mich. )6H
PART-TIME lunch room help. Inquire
812 Monroe between 7 A.M. and 11
A.M. )7H
USED CARS
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

Canadian Crew Upsets Russians in Regatta;
U of Pennsylvania_ Oarsmen Also Victorious

SHORT SLEEVE seersucker sport shirts.
No ironing. $1.69, 2 for $3.00. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )6B
FOR RENT
CAMPUS-furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for summer only. Private
baths. $80-$125. NO 3-8454. )6D
3 ROOM furnished apartment and pri-
vate bath available now. Very reason-
able rent, utilities included. Near cam-
pus. 318 E. Jefferson. NO 3-0233. )40
ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE APT. FOR MEN near campus.
Private entrance and bath Call 3-2374
any time. )1C
MALE STUDENTS-Single and double
rooms. Very near campus. $5 weekly.
Phone NO 2-9446. )11D
SINGLE ROOM for man. NO 8-9565 or
NO 3-0913. )13D

TONIGHT' AT 8
Department of Speech Presents
JEAN ANOUILH'S
RING ROUND THE MOON
Adapted by .Christopher Fry
$1.50 - $1.10 -75c
Box Office Open 10 A.M. -8 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
North End Michigan League

HENLEY - ON - THAMES, Eng-
land (A')-Russian rowers yester-
daylost the Grand Challenge Cup,
the Henley Royal Regatta's top
trophy, in an upset defeat by a vir-
tually unheralded Canadian crew.
Today the misfortune-dogged
Canadians,uwearing the colors of
the Vancouver Rowing Club, will
have it out in the final against the
92 Women Enter
Airplane Derby
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -
Ninety-two women fliers take off
today on their ninth and longest
today on their nint hand longest
Powder Puff Derby, a 2,800-mile
aerial chase from here to Spring-
field, Mass.
Fifty-two light planes, some
carrying copilots, are entered.
Takeoffs start at 8 a.m. with
daylight flying only. The pilots
must land at one of the designat-
ed fields at least one-half hour be-
fcre sunset. All planes must cross
the finish line by 5 p.m., July 6.

powerful University of Pennsylva-
nia eight.
Victory Best of Day
Although Penn won impressively
and rather unexpectedly, the Van-
couver club's victory over the Kras-
noe Znamia Club of Russia was the
sensation of the day on the Thames
River course.
The Vancouver crew has a no-
table record for upsets. It earned
the trip to Henley by beating the
Thames Rowing Club-the same
crew Pennsylvania conquered Fri-
day-to win the British Empire
Games Championship last year.
It is the first Canadian crew ever
to compete for the Grand Chal-
lenge Cup.
Dogged by Bad Luck
The Canadians were dogged by
bad luck on their arrival here.
First their racing shell was de-
layed by the London dock strike.
Then several of the oarsmen were
afflicted with skin infections.-
The victory, which cost the Rus-
sians possession of the senior Hen-
ley trophy, the 116-year-old cup
was no fluke.

The Vancouver club won by a
length and a quarter in the re-
spectable time of 7 minutes 11 sec-
onds for the mile and 550 yards.
Pennsylvania's heavy varsity won
from the Thames "A" crew in 7:20,
finishing two-thirds of a length in
front.

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SUITE ROOM for rent. 2 or 3 male
dents. Cooking privileges. Linen
nished. Half block from campus.:
each. 417 E. Liberty.

stu-
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$6.00
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Major League Standings

- TheFINEST in
SMeals and Snack
-= 1204 SOUTH UNIVERS

SITY
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New York ,. 51
Chicago .... 42
Cleveland . 43
Detroit .... 38
Boston .... 40'
Kansas City 30
Washington 21
Baltimore . 20
TODAY'S+

LEAGUE
L Pet.
24 .680
28 .600
30 .589
33 .535
35 .533
41 .423
47 .347
51 .282
GAMES

GB
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7
11
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Brooklyn ..
Chicago..
Milwaukee .
Cincinnati
New York . .
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburgh .

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20 .722
34 .547
33 .542
35 .485
39 .466
39 .458
38 .449
49 .329

GB
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28%

BUSINESS SERVICES
HI-Fl
Components and Service
Audiophile, net prices
TELEFUN KEN
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
WASHINGS - and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery. Phone NO 2-
9020. )2J
DICTION AND PHONETIC Training for
singing and speaking. Professional
with Doctor of Science degree. NO
3-1531, Ext. 296. )1J

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

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P.M. Closed Saturda

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Washington at New York (night)
-Porterfield (7-11) vs. Byrne
(5-2).
Chicago at Cleveland (night)-
Harshman (5-5) vs. Score
(7-5).
Boston at Baltimore (night)-
Susce (2-3) vs. Johnson (1-3)

TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn-Friend
(5-4) vs. Erskine (8-4).
New York at Philadelphia-
Maglie (8-4) vs. Simmons (4-4).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night)
-Nichols (5-4) vs. Collum
(6-2).
St. Louis at Chicago-Jackson
(3-4) vs. Minner (6-3).

ENDING TONIGHT
LATE SHOW 11 P.M.
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