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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Split Decision Gives Victory
To Charles in Ten-Rounder

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CHICAGO P) -Veteran Ezzard
} Charles, although knocked down
in the second round, came back
strongly for a split 10-round de-
cision over disappointed Paul An-
drews in Chicago Stadium -last
night.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Andrews, a light heavyweight
from Buffalo, N. Y., trying to
campaign in the, heavyweight class
was rocked by a long Charles right
in the first round.
But in the second Paul shot a
short left, then a sharp, short right
that caught the former heavy-
weight king flush on the chin and
sent him to the canvas on his
haunches.
Charles, 34, got up at the-eight-
count and weathered Andrews' fu-
rious left hooks and right upper-
cuts.

Kramer Cut
ByUSL TA
NEW YORK (P) - The U.S.
Lawn Tennis Assn. said Wednes-
day the junior Davis Cup develop-
ment program would be contin-
ued although its originator, Jack
Kramer, has been discreetly fired.
The USLTA didn't say the lat-
ter. Kramer did.
"I was told I no longer was

Football Players
CHICAGO (P} - Coach Tracy
Borah of Northeastern College
in Sterling, Colo., apparently
has given up recruiting athletes.
Borah is new advertising.
For the last five days he has
had the following signed plea
in the personal columns of the
Chicago Tribune:
"Wanted -- Football players
who want to obtain an educa-
tion in Colorado at a fully ac-
credited junior college."
Borah, a former Colorado A
& M football star who began
coaching at Northeastern last
year, says he has no answers
yet but pointed out there hasn't
been much time since the first
ad ran Saturday.

By Nashua in Workout

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Wanted -

connected with the
the one time king of
said with a tinge of
"The action was not
afficially. I think they
keep it quiet."

World Record Beaten

program,"
the courts
bitterness.
announced
wanted to

CLASSIFIEDS

CHICAGO ()P -- Nashua tuned
up yesterday for Saturday's $155,-
000 Arlington Classic with a five-
furlong workout which was two-
fifths of a second under the world
record for that distance.
Nashua's 56 3-5-second clocking
in a morning romp over five-
eighths of a mile at Arlington Park
was bad news to some half a dozen
rivals who may have the temerity
to tackle the superb runner in the
rich one-mile feature.
And jockey Eddie Arcaro, who
breezed Nashua yesterday and will
ride him Saturday, didn't make
them feel any better with the
comment that the Nasrullah colt
has surpassed his Kentucky Derby

form and is "getting better all the
time."
Arcaro said he would have tried
to slow down Nashua if he knew
the horse was running as fast as
he was in the workout.

W
New York ..55
Cleveland . .50
Chicago ... .47
Boston .....48
Detroit ....41
Kansas City 36
Washington 27
Baltimore ..23

L
29
34
33
36
40
46
54
55

Pct.
.655
.595
.588
.571
.506
.439
.333
.295

GB
5
6
7
121/
18
261/
29

Campanella's .335 Leads NL;
AL Batters Topped by Kaline

Schwaben Inn
TAVERN
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
We serve all kinds of Beer,
Wine, Sandwiches. Also all
kinds of amusement machines
for recreation.
Weserve beer in steins and
pitchers. New furniture has
been added.
John Maier, Proprietor.
Salie Mill Theatre
U.S. 112 in Saline

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- TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (night)
-Byrne (7-2) vs. Lemon
(12-6).
Boston at Detroit (2, twi-night)
-Susce (3-3) -Ind Delock
6(-4) vs. Lary (7-10)
and Maas (5-5).
Washington at Chicago (2,
twi-night) - Schmits
(5-5) and Pascual (2-7)
vs. Donovan (10-2) and
Johnson (2-0).
Baltimore at Kansas City (2,
twi-night - Wilson (6-
9) and Palica (2-7) vs.
Ceccarelli (2-5) and Dit-
k mar (5-5).
*a - -*

NEW YORK (M)-Roy Campa-
nella, after a 13-day layoff, found
his .335 batting average tops in
the National League.
The Brooklyn catcher, sidelined
with a knee injury, forged ahead
of league leader Richie Ashburn
of Philadelphia, who slipped 17
points last week to .327.
Kaline 45 Points Ahead
In the American League, De-
troit's brilliant outfielder Al Ka-
line held a 45-point margin over
runnerup Nellie Fox of Chicago.
Kaline could not be budged despite
a five-point loss during the week
to .371. Fox dropped from .335 to
.326.
Ashburn, in his worst slump of
the season, has collected only 5
hits in 34 at bats to tumble from
.352 to .327. Milwaukee's Hank
Aaron is in third place with .322.
Duke Snider of Brooklyn leads
in runs batted in with 89.
Cincinnati's T e d Kluszewski
EXHIBITION BASEBALL

leads in the National League home
run derby with 29.
21 Homers for Mantle
The Yankees' Mickey Mantle
leads the American with 21, two
ahead of Kaline. Jackie Jensen of
Boston took over the league lead
in RBI's from Kaline with 71. Ka-
line trails with 67.
Jim Konstanty of New York was
still tops in American League
pitching percentages with a 6-0
record for 1.000. Cleveland's Herb
Score added 11 strikeouts to hold
his league leading mark at 137.
Don Newcombe of Brooklyn re-
mained the pacesetter in the sen-
ior circuit with 14-1 and a .933
percentage. Sam Jones of Chi-
cago maintained his strikeout lead
with 114.
I-M SOFTBALL SCORES
Willow Run Huskies 8, Old
Dad's 1
Psychology 'A' 8, Chemistry 'A' 3
University Hospital 14, Bob's
Boys 9
Chemistry 'B' 14, Psychology
'B' 2

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NATIONAL
W
Brooklyn ...58
Milwaukee .48
Chicago ....45
New York ..42
St. Louis 38,
Cincinnati .37
Phildlphia. .37
Pittsburgh .30
TODAY'S

LEAGUE
L Pet. GB
26 .690 -
37 .554 111/
40 .529 131/
41 .506 15 /
42 .475 18
43 .463 19
47 .440 21
57 .345 \ 291/
GAMES

a romantic comedy by
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
& Donald Windham
JULY 12-24
Tues., Wed~, Thurs., Sun., $1.65
Fri., Sat., $2.20, Closed Mon.
PHONE SALINE 31
erection i nModern Goolin:
Today and Friday

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .66 1.47 2.15
3 .77 1.95 3.2,3
4 .99 2.46 4.30
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phon e NO 2-3241
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-small blue pencil purse con-
taining keys, N. Univ. and Forest, NO
3-1531. Ext. 253. )4A
PERSONAL
SPECIAL RATES-on TIME magazine.
12 wks. for $1, 26 for $2. Call NO 3-
8146. )1F
ABSOLUTELY lowest prices available to
students for Time, Life, Sat. Eve.
Post, etc., from Student Periodical.
NO 2-3061. )3F
FOR SALE
SIAMESE-Seal pointe kittens with pa-
pers. Stud service. Call Peterson's NO
2-9020. )4B
I'M QUITTING photography. Selling 16
magazines Kodachrome 16 mm movie
film $4.75 each or $70 for the lot. Save
$2.20 on one and $41.20 on lot. R. J.
Swanson, 1332 Sheehan. NO 3-5958 aft-
er 5 P.M. )8B
EQUITY IN -40-foot housetrailer. 2-bed-
room, full bath and kitchen; wall-to-
wall carpeting, etc. Must sell before
Sept. 1. Call Ypsi 5421J. )10B
OFFICE EQUPMENT for eye, ear, nose
and throat doctors, including: chair,
table, instrument cabinet, desk, ther-
opeutic machine, instruments, white
gowns, seven (7) volumes of "Opera-
tion and Surgery" by Bickham, fifteen
(15) volumes of the encyclopedia Med-
ical Surgery and Specialty," and other
books. Telephone Ivanhoe 2-9440, Vol-
unteers of America, 3271, River St..
Lansing, Michigan. )11B
REMINGTON portable typewriter, lit-
tle used; two autos, $25; set MacGreg-
or irons. Call T. Leithauser, NO 2-6671.
)12B
ROYAL portable typewriter. A-1 condi-
tion. Reasonable. Phone NO 2-5407.
)13B
5x3 DESK, swivel chair, icebox, table.
527 Church, 5 to 7 P.M. only, basement
apartment. ) 14B
SHORT SLEEVE Skip-Dents sport shirts.
$1.39, 2 for $2.50. Sanforized, assorted
colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. washington.
) 15B
HELP WANTED
WANTED--part-time sales clerk; male.
For men's furnishings and shoe store.
Experience preferred. Sam's Store, 122
E. Washington. )8H
ROOMS FOR RENT
SUITE ROOM for rent. 2 or 3 male stu-
dents. Cooking privileges. Linen fur-
nished. Half block from campus. $6.00
each. 417 E. Liberty. )14D

BUSINESS SERVICES
HI-F1
Components and Service
Audiophile, net prices
TELEFUN KEN
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. ) JW
WASHINGS - and ironings separately.
Specializing in cotton dresses. Free
pick-up and delivery. Phone NO2-
9020. )}
BABY SITTER, day or evening. Soo per
hour. NO 2-9020. )8J
TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
sonable rates, prompt service. 830 S.
Main. NO 8-7590. )10j
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
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. )51
1951 PACKARD. "200" Sedes. New mo-
tor, new tires, sharp. The big lot
across from the downtown. carport.
Huron Motor Sales, 222 W. Wasbing-
ton, NO 2-4588. )4*
CHEVROLET BEL AIRE-1953 4 door.
Must sell, will sacrifice. Calla Doh At
NO 2-5614. Leave number If not in.
'47 CADILLAO -- sedan. Radio, heater,
hydra-matic. Royal Master whitewall
tires., Perfect condition throughout.
You get a better deal at Fitzger'ald-
Jordan, Inc., 607 Detroit St. NO 8-8141.
)12N.
MODEL 4-1929 2-door sedan. Call NO 2-
7020.

St. Louis at Brooklyn (night)
--Jackson (4-5) vs. Podres
(7-5).
Chicago at New York (night)
-Rush (5-5) vs. Gomez
(6-4).
Milwaukee at Philadelphia
(night) - Buhl (6-7) vs.
Roberts (13-7) or Weh.-
meier (6-6).
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
(night) - Collum (7-3)
' ~vs. Shukout (7-9).

Cincinnati
(AL) 4.
II

(NL) 5, Detroit

M"-3

Chtetna quild

For RESULTS

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Fountain Pent
Greeting Cards
Stationery
Office Supplies
Typewriters
Steel Desks,
Chairs, Files

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Presents
For those who commit them, and, thosa
who tid they don't, here, in all
their fatal fascinatioare
OTHE
SEVEN
DEADLY
SINS "
MICNELE MORGAN ' GERARD PNILIPE VIVIANE ROMANCE
FRANK VILLARD FRANCOISE ROSAY NOn-.NOEL ISA MIRANDA
An Arthur Davis Presentation * Released by Arian Pictures

JMNGANOIUENNAE .
A POMfl-DE IAURMISt.
Also Cartoon - Sport - News
Mats 50c Eves. 8Cc
SATURDAY
"MARTY"

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CINEMASCOPt
COtOR BY wLUXE
VIrec*d by BILLY WILDER
starring
MARILYN MONROE ad TOM EWELL
,.EVELYN KEYES-SONNY TUFTS.ROBERT STRAUSS.OSCAR HOMOLKA MARGUERrIt CHAPMAN.-VICTOR MOORE . ROXANNE
Screen, Playby BILLY WILOER and GEORGE AXELROD Ad * iug Gly 8tu. r.,llg..b
Rotasyed by 10th Century Fx

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

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Saturday & Sunday:

"The Frogmen"

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EXTRA,
IGLOO FOR TWO"*
in CinemaScope

Shows at l - 3 - 5 - 7 - 9 P.M.
Matinees 65c
Eves. and Sun. 90c

314 S. State

Ph. NO 8-7177

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JULY CLEARANCE

20%0

to

50% off

* REGULAR and LIGHTWEIGHT SUITS
* SPORT COATS, SLACKS, and BLAZERS

Including many of

our ;fine imports.

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SUITS and SPORTCOATS
$60.00 . . . . reduced to $48.0

Special
Group
Belts,
T-Shirts,
and Socks
50% off

FURNISHINGS
SPORTSHIRTS - INDIA MADRAS
EGYPTIAN COTTONS and VOILLES

and your opponent is hotter, keep cool in a Van Boven polo shirt. Made
from the finest cotton yarns and knitted in a full style, it is a shirt
that washes easily and requires only an occasional ironing. A pair of
Haspel Baby Cord all cotton slacks is a perfect compliment for the shirt.

LADI ES'

BERMUDA SHORTS

MADRAS SHIRTS

Regular Price $3.50 and

$2.50

Shirts from $3.95

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