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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

isox Win, Gut Margin

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Milwaukee
Holds First
Despite. Loss
By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Philadelphia's
Robin Roberts broke a faltering
string of seven straight losses and
hurled his first victory since June
6 yesterday as the Phils beat the
league-leading Milwaukee Braves,
5-3.
Roberts, who improved his rec-
ord for this disappointing season
to 7-13 with the decision, needed
help from Dick Farrell to get the
last man out. He. gave up nine,
hits in 8% innings.
One of them was Hank Aaron's
30th home run of the season, in
the fourth inning, and was the
29th home-run ball the great
righthander served this season.
Both marks are tops in the league
this season..
Warren Spahn, lifted for a
pinch-hitter in the fifth, was the
loser. His record is now 10-8.
Cardinals 3, Dodgers 2
ST. LOUIS - The 4t. Louis
Cardinals, behind a six-hitter by

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Amplifiers &
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Tuners
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DRIVING SPORTS car to Seattle, leav-
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driving and expenses. Contact Prof.
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after 8, 3022 Angel Hall, days. )G9
WANTED-Riders or carpool. Commute
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SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
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$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
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Recorders
Viking, Berlant. Bell
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AND BOWS
ALL ACCESSORIES, STRINGS,
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Turntables
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Radio, Zenith, FM & AM
Typewriter, Olympia, 1956
Vacuum cleaner, Hoover Constellation
Fan, Polar Cub

ART FOWLER
. w. .stops Pirates

VERY LOW PRICED!
Phone, NO 3-3156
or Inquire 1032 Church

leg-kicking Herm Wehmeier, made
I-M SOFTBALL it two straight over - old nemesis
Chemistry "B" 10, VRC 7 Don Newcombe with a 3-2 victory'
TV 19, Ghosts 18 over.Brooklyn last night, moving
them past the Dodgers into-{sec-
and place a half-game from the
Major Leagu'e top.
The Red Birds pushed over the
't iIswinning run in the last of the"
I eighth. Alvin Dark opened with a
single and reached third on Stan
AMERICAN LEAGUE Musial's single.
W L Pct. GSB rolniaae atrAs
New York 60 32 .652 - B'ooklyn matager Walter Als-
Cicago . 56 35 .615 32 ton then inserted his 'relief ace,
Boston 50 43 .538 10/ Clem Labine, but Wally Moon sent{
Cleveland 6i7 46 .505 1 a sacrifice fly to Sandy Amoros,
Detroit '46 46 .500 14
Baltimore 44 48 .478 16 scoring Dark.
,Kansas City 34 58 .370 26 Wehmeier, staging a comeback,
Washington 33. 62 .347 28%, pitched his first complete game
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS since opening day.
Washington 3, Cleveland 2 . * ,
Chicago 6, New York 2
Boston 5, Kansas City 3, Redlegs .9 Pirates 1
Baltimore 3, Detroit 0 CINCINNATI-Art Fowler, only
(la' innings) ' recently elevated to a starting
ChicagoaY'S HED2 i-night) pitcher role for this season, stop-
--Harshman (7-5) and Wilson (10-7) ped the Pittsburgh Pirates in all
vs. Brown (3-5) and Moore (6-7). but one inning last night as the
Detroit at New York (N) - Bun- Cincinnati Redlegs clubbed out a
ning (11-3) vs. Turley (5-2). 9-1 victory over the Pirates.
, Kansas City at Washington (N) - The 34-yr.-old righthander was
Portocarrero (3-4) vs. Ramos (6-9). hed4-y twodr u h mers
Cleveland at Boston (N) -- Mossi helped along by two-run homers
(7-4) vs. Nixon (7-5). by Ed Bailey and Gus Bell.
NATIONAL LEAGUE The Pirates didn't get to Fowler
W L Pct. GB for a run until the eighth, which
Milwaukee 54 40 .574 . gave Redleg hurlers a string of
St. Louis 52 39 .571 1 16 consecutive shutout innings-
Brooklyn 52 40 .565 2 the longest skein of that sort they
Philadelphia 51 42 .548 2 had accumulated this seaso.
New York 42 51 .452 111/.
Pittsburgh 35 59 .372 19 Giants 5, Cubsr2
Chicago, 31 58 .348 20W CHICAGO -- Mike McCormick,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS New York's 18-yr.-old, $65,000
Padelphia 5, ilwaukee lefthander, gained his first major
Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh Ilague victory yesterday as the
St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2 Giants defeated Chicago, 5-2, to
TODAY'S SCHEDULE salvage the finale of the three-
Philadelphia at Chicago - Hacker game series from the Cubs.
(5-2) vs. Rush (1-10).
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N) J Mc nMcormick needed help in the
Devitt (3-1) or Koufax (4-2) vs. Jeff- ninth. Veteran: Marvin Grissom'
coat (8-7). took over with two on and one
New York at Milwaukee (N) - Go. out, and collared Dale Long, a
Inez (11-8) vs. Burdettei (8-6).
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) - Pur- pinch-batter, and Bob Speake to
key (9-7) vs. L. McDaniel (8-6). end the game.

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for the Finest in Recorded Music
Closed at 1:00 P.M. Saturday During July 0 August
FINAL PERFORMANCE TONIGHT AT 8
Department of Speech Presents
Hayes' Broadway Suspense Thriller
"The Desperate Hours"
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$1.50 - $1.10-- 75c
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From 6 P.M. to 12 P.M.

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