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1957

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

cKay's

Triumph in Singles

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Lives Tennis Team NCAA Title

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Upsets
trnmalva

Finale

Michigan Nips Tulane
By A Point for Crown
(Continued from Page 1)
usual game against MacKay, who
was in top form.
MacKay had a tough time Sat-
urday in his semi-final match
against Holmberg, finally taking
the Tulane star, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3.
Giammalva whipped Iowa's Art
Andrews in his semi, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2,
6-4.
In the doubles semi-final, Mac-
Kay and Potter downed Giam-
malva and Dick Keeton of Texas,
4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 Saturday.
At the end of quarter-final ac-
tion, Michigan as a team was
deadlocked with Tulane in points,
each with seven. Tulane was top-
seeded.
MacKay had a fairly easy time
Friday in disposing of his quarter-
final foe, Miami's fifth-rated David
Harum, by scores of 6-2, 6-3, 8-6.
Potter was eliminated in singles
play on Thursday by Notre Dame's
C. Maxwell Brown, 6-2, 6-2, and
Michigan's Jon Erickson also bow-
ed on Thursday to John Powless
of Murray State.
Another Michigan entry, Mark
Jaffe, lost out on Tuesday to Larry
Smith of Los Angeles State, 6-4,
6-3.
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DICK POTTER SAMMY GIAMMALVA
... second in doubles ... upset by MacKay
SPOR T SHORTS:
Federal Judge Orders
Boxing's IBC Dissolved

Ballplayers
Stand Up
For Owners'
WASHINGTON UP) --Three of!
baseball's top performers lined up
with the club owners yesterday
against any great tinkering with
the rules governing playert and
contracts.
Their defense of organized base-
ball's makeup and of the right to
win as "part of our American way
of life," evoked pleased expres-
sions from some members of the
House Antitrust subcommittee.
Journeyman Criticizes
A less favorable picture of base-
ball was drawn by a journeyman
player, most of whose career was
spent bouncing around the minor
leagues. Club owners, he declared,
"are brutal the way they handle
players."
These contrasting views of life*
on the playing field were given in
testimony bearing chiefly on base-
ball's reserve clause-a key con-
tract provision which binds a
player to the club that first signs
him.
The subcommittee, headed by
Rep. Celler (D-N.Y.), is probing
possible monopoly and antitrust
aspects of baseball's organization.
Major Leaguers Defend
A stout defense of the way base-
ball is run came from Jerry Cole-
man, infielder fof' the world cham-
pion New York Yankees; Eddie
Yost, veteran third sacker for the
Washington Senators, and Robin
Roberts, star pitcher for the Phil-'
adelphia Phillies.
All three were of the opinion
that the reserve clause has bene-I
fitted the game, although Roberts
appeared to be more sympathetic
to the plight of minor-league
players held down by club controls.

WANTED TO RENT.
FURNISHED HOUSE, family of four,
convenient to University and grade
schools, September first through
June. Write details. Dr. Newton E.
Howe, vermont Department of Health,
Burlington, Vermont. )L1
FOR SALE
18" STOVE, porcelain finish, 4 burn-
ers, oven, broiler, $20. Call NO 2-5734.
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SHORT SLEEVE sport shirts. $1.75, 2
for $3.00. Washable. Assorted cclors.
SAM'S STORE
Phone, NO 3-8611
122 East Washington
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TWO ROOMS, price low, graduate girl.
Call 2-0521, 917 Mary. )C1
MALE STUDENTS-Rooms near cam-
pus. Reasonable. 1011 E. University.
NO 2-5180. )C2
HELP WANTED
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN. Work ac-
cording to own schedule. Food in-
come potential, besides work you'll
be sure to enjoy if you like meeting
people. For intereview call NO 3-1733
between 9 and 5. Evenings between
7 and 9. NO 5-5077. )Hl
MEAL JOBS available for summer stu-
dents, Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity,
Contact Al Szemborski, evenings. NO
2-8312. )H2
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for young
man with Business Adninistration
and Accounting background. Ann
Arbor Employers' Personnel Service.
504 First National Building, NO
5-6107. )H3
PERSONAL
IT doesn't matter where you're
from
IT doesn't matter what you've
done
IF-you're enrolled this summer, you
are entitled to student discount rates
to Time (50% off), Life (25% off),
News week (50% off). etc. Merely
phone Student Periodical Agency,
NO 2-3061. )F1

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .75 1.87 2.78
3 .90 2.25 3.33
4 1.04 2.60 3.85
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
Phone NO 2-3241
USED CARS
1950 FORD stationwagon. NO 2-8832
between 5-8 p.m. )N1
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HIFI
We carry a complete line of HI FT
components, some of which are
Bozak speakers, Viking tape record-
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Audio Supply
Laboratories
334 Nickels Arcade
NO 2-7767 NO<2-9425
(Above Bay's Jewelry)
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HI F1 STUDIO
An amazing inventory of Hi Fl
components available to you at
catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier, AM-FM tuner.
and speaker enclosure kits In sev-
eral brands.
HI FI SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are
fully competant and equipped to
service all equipment we sell, and
to advise you on the selection of
components.

PHOTO SUPPLIES
Gossen light meters - 20%
discount entire line.
THE QUARRY, Inc.
320 S. State St. NO 3-1991
More than Just a Camera Shop
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ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD for summer. Very
reasonable, Room $6 per week. Board
3 meals daily.n$2.30. 5 days per week.
For information call Al Szemborski,
NO 2-8312, 6-7 p.m. Alpha Chi Sigma.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHINGS -- Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
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RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
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mechanical stage, lamp, and two
oculars. Call NO 2-3241. )M1

C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business, At-
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Warranteed & guaranteed. See us for
the best price on new & used tires.
Road service - mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED--A round trip lift to Chicago
or Aurora over July 4th. Respite: can
drive, will pay. Call Howard Sobel,
913 E. Huron, NO 3-6071. )OK1
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent a Car
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 AM.
$10 plus 4.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished,
12, nearly new. Reasonable.
Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 3-4154

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-A federal judge
yesterday ordered dissolution of
the International Boxing Club that
has dominated pro boxing in
recent years and ruled that Jim
Norris and his partner, Arthur
Wirtz, must sell their stock in
Madison Square Garden.
} The sweeping decree, read by
Judge Sylvester.J. Ryan to a tense,
quiet courtroom, was designed, he
said, to reopen professional title
contests to "legitimate and heal-
thy competition."
In addition to ruling that the
IBC of New York and Illinois be
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.Orioles Ilank ligers;
Dodgers, Phillies Win

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Hal "Skinny"
Brown stopped the Detroit Tigers
on five hits last night as the Balti-
more Orioles whipped the skidding
STigers, 6-0, and dropped them into
a fourth-place tie with the Boston
Red Sox.
The Orioles collected 12 hits, in-
cluding a two-run homer by Billy
Goodman.
^ It was Brown's first start since
June 2 and gave him his second
I win of the year against three loss-
es. Duke Maas, now 7-5, took the
loss.
Bill Goodman's two-run homer
in the fourth would have been
enougn to give the Birds theft
third victory in this four-game
series, but the Orioles had on their
hittrig clothes, banging out 12
safeties.
* * *
Dodgers 10, Cardinals 3
ST. LOUIS - Oarl Erskine in
his first start of the year achieved
a victory as Brooklyn dumped the
Maor League
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league-leading St. Louis Cardinals
last night, 10-3, on a six-run rally
in the seventh inning.
Duke Snider with two home
runs and slump-shackled Carl Fu-
rillo with a key pinch hit double
and a home run shared six RBIs.
Erskine showed well in his ini-
tial start, allowing two runs and
just four hits in six innings.
The two runs came in the first
inning on three hits, two of which
were of the infield variety.
After that, Erskine retired 15
men in the next five innings help-
ed along by a double play in the
third frame,
* * *
Phillies 10, Braves 4
MILWAUKEE -- Stan Lopata,
Ed Bouchee and Rip Repulski
crashed home runs last night as
the National League's fourth-place
Philadelphia Phillies defeated the
Milwaukee Braves, 10-4, in a
makeup game.
The defeat was the fifth in 12
decisions for Milwaukee veteran
Warren Spahn who was lifted for
a pinch batter in the sixth Dave
Jolly and Juan Pizarro finished up.
Philadelphia lefthander Harvey
Haddix claimed the victory, his
sixth against four defeats, but he
ran into a jam in the eighth and
Jim Hearn took over.
The Braves also lost the services
of their new second baseman, Red
Schoendienst, who wrenched his
back when he slipped and fell on
the dugout steps. There was no
information immediately on how
long he might be out of the lineup.
Reliefer Dave Jolly went out with
injuries when he was hit on the
leg by a ball off Hamner's bat in
the eighth.

dissolved, Judge Ryan directed
Norris and Wirtz to resign as
Madison Squaye Garden officers
and directors within 30 days after
July 1 and to get rid of all Garden
stock within five years
First reaction from Norris, presi-
dent of the IBC and a director of
the Garden and Chicago Stadium
and both IBC corporations, was to
await the advice of his lawyers. He
said he did not know whether he
would appeal.
Richardson Bows
WIMBLEDON, England-Ameri-
can tennis fortunes hit a hard
rock bottom yesterday in the cold,
wind and rain of Wimbledon when
the number one U.S. amateur
player lost in the opening round
of the unofficial "world" cham-
pionships to an unseeded Chilean.
Hamilton Richardson, once con-
sidered the lad who would help
America bridge the lean years
until the youngsters developed,
was knocked quickly out of the
71st Wimbledon Championships by
Luis Ayala, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-4.
Everything didn't go badly for
Americans, however. Sixth-seeded
Vic Seixas of Philadelphia and
Budge Patty of Los Angeles and
Paris, the 1950 champion who
doesn't rate a seeding, won by lop-
sided scores. Two other Americans
-- Hugh Stewart and Myron
Franks, both of Los Angeles--also
reached the second round and only
two of the lesser lights were elimi-
dfated.
Wins Featherweight Title
PARIS - Hogan Kid Bassey of
Nigeria yesterday won the world
featherweight championship with
a surprising 10th-round knockout
of favored Cherif Hamia of
France.
The 25-yr.-old, 5'3" Bassey be-
came the first Nigerian ever to
capture a world boxing title. He
succeeds Sandy Saddler of New
York who retired last Jan. 22 be-
cause of an eye injury.
Bauer Cleared
NEW YORK-New York Yankee
outfielder Hank Bauer was cleared
yesterday by a grand jury of a
charge he slugged a night club
patron during a midnight melee.
Bauer's attorney, Sidney O.
Friedman, announced immediate-
ly that the ballplayer will sue the
man who caused his arrest, for
"compensatory and punitive dam-
ages," and is also considering ac-
tion for "malicious prosecution."

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Baltimore 6, Detroit 0
Only game scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMESN'
Cleveland at New York (N)-Mossf
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Chicago at Boston (N) - Keegan
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Only games scheduled.

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Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) - Mc-
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New York at Cincinnati (N) -
Crone (4-1) vs. Lawrence (7-49.
Pittsburgh at Chicago - Friend
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