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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TU

Parker of Lions

pits in Surprise Move

Miss Berg
Captures
Tam Golf
CHICAGO (R)-Patty Berg, the
39-yr.-old perennial front-finish-
er, shot a cool one-over par 77
yesterday to defeat Fay Crocker
by two strokes in a playoff for
the "World" golf championship at
Tam O'Shanter.
Miss Berg, winning the "World"
crown for women pros for the
fourth time after taking the All-
American sideshow of the Tam
meet last week for the fifth time,
collected top swag of $6,000.
Miss Crocker, 37-yr.-old former
U. S. Women's Open champion
who comes from Montevideo, Uru-
guay, settled for $2,000.
The payoff, richest in women's
golf, boosted Patty into the money
winning lead of the Ladies Pro-
fessional Golf Assn., with a total
of $15,768 for the year. Miss
Crocker took second place with
$10,796.
Joustled from number one to
number three in the reshuffling
of the money winners was Mickey
Wright with $9,963.
Patty went into a two-stroke
lead on the fifth hole and never
was behind, although Miss Crock-,
er rammed in a 35-ft. putt on the
8th hole for a birdie. But the
rough and a dubbed shot cost her
a double bogey 7 on the ninth for
a five-over-par 41 at the turn.
Miss Berg was out in 38 and
relentlessly opened a six - stroke
gap on the nextthree holes.
She three-putted the 17th and
overshot the 18th green, finishing
with 39. Miss Crocker parred for
38.

DICK DONOVAN LEW BURDETTE
. . . 10 complete games . .. nine full routes
Milwaukee's Good Showing
Credited to Steady Pitching

NEW YORK W ) - One of the
major reasons the Milwaukee
Braves have grabbed a 5%12-game:
lead in the National League pen-
nant race is the ability of their
pitchers to go the distance con-
sistently.
The Braves' mound staff leads
the senior circuit in complete
games, figures complied by The
Associated Press disclosed yester-
day. Topped by Warren Spahn
and Bob Buhl, the staff has
turned in 43 route-going perform-
ances.
11 Games Each
Spahn and Bob Buhl each have
11 complete games. Lew Burdette
has nine, Gene Conley six, Juan
Pizarro three and Bob Trowbridge
one. Ray Crone had a pair before
he was traded to the New York
Giants.
The Chicago White Sox, led by
their big three of Billy Pierce, Jim
Wilson and Dick Donovan, head
the American League, also with
43 complete games. Pierce has
gone all the way 13 times, Wilson
11 times and Donovan 10.

The Philadelphia Phillies are11ams aN other r cnedr
runners-up to the Braves in the Roy Sievers of Washington, failed,
National League. The Phils have to connect for the circuit. This
41 with Jack Sanford their top gave Mantle the lead with 31
man with 12. Robin Roberts has round trippers. Willianms and Siev-
11 and Curt Simmons eight. ers each have 30.
The Brooklyn Dodgers are third Sievers, however, continues to
with 33 complete games followed set the pace in runs batted in with
by St. Louis with 32, the New 81. Mantle has 80.,
York Giants and Pittsburgh with In the "National League, Hank
29 apiece, Cincinnati with 26 and Aaron of Milwaukee regained the
the Chicago Cubs with only 17. batting lead after relinquishing it
Pierce, Tom Brewer of the Bos- early last week to Stan Musial of
ton Red Sox and Ruben Gomez of the St. Louis Cards.
the Giants share the individual Aaron climbed to .338 while
lead with 13 distance jobs. Musial tailed off a single point
Champ Opens''Training
SEATTLE ()-Floyd Patterson,
the world's professional heavy- transcontinetal journey looking
weight champion, came to Seattle fit and about ready to go if pro-
yesterday to collect $250,000 for moter Jack Hurley can fill Sicks
climbing into the same boxing Stadium' the night of Aug. 22, as
ring with the world's amateur is expected.
champion, Pete Rademacher. Asked if he were taking the sec-
The 22 - yr. - old c h a m p i o n ond defense of his title seriously,
stepped from the train after his Patterson replied:

Major League Standings

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Passer, Michigan - SHS Math; Low-
er Elementary.
Walled Lake, Michigan -- 7th and
8th grade General Science.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.
Summer Placement: -
The S. S. Aquarama wants a Waitress
21 years or over, a porter, a cabin boy,
and two counter girls. It also needs
a security officer who should be over
21 years of age. Finish the season from
nowuntil September 15th. For Infor-
mation call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3-1511, ext. 3371.
Personnel Requests:
D i c t a p h o n e Corporation, Detroit,
Michigan, has a need for a Dictaphone
Salesman, age 26-35. Must have not less
than two years of high-class selling ex-
perience or experience as an executive
or Junior Executive in charge of at
least 5 people and earning a minimum
of $450 per month. A car is essential.
They are also interested in recent col-
lege graduates with little or no ex-
perience for a sales career. Must be at
least 26 years of age with military serv-
lee completed. Candidates will -be in-
terviewed in the Detroit office Mon-
day, August 12, through Wednesday,
August 14.
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michi-
gan, needs a research assistant for the
Biochemistry Department of the Edsel
B. Ford Institute for Medical Research.
This job requires a B.S. or M.S. in
Chemistry with some knowledge of
enzyme chemistry desired.
Corning Glass Works, B r a d f o r d,
Pennsylvania, has openings for a Me-
chanical Design Engineer, an Electri-
cal Design Engineer,and a Product De-
velopment Engineer.
Please call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments for further information.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York '72 38 .655 -
Chicago 66 43 .606 5/
Boston 60 50 .545 12
Detroit 53 56 .486 18
Baltimore 53 56 .486 18%
Cleveland 53 58 .477 19/
Washington 42 70 .375 31
Kansas City 41 69 .373 31
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago at Cleveland (N)-Pierce
(15-8) vs. Narleski (9-1).
Baltimore at Washington (N) --
Johnson (9-7) vs. Kemmerer (6-7).
New York at Boston (N) - Sturdi-
vant (9-6) vs. Sullivan (10-6).
Detroit at Kansas City (2-day and
piight) -- Foytack (12-10) and Maas
(8-8) vs. Portocarrero (3-6) and Gor-
man (2-7).

Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

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68
62
62
61
59
50
36
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62
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Pet.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Brooklyn at New York (N) - Mag-
lie (5-5) vs. Gomez (12-9).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) --
Friend (7-15) vs. Simmons (11-7).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)-Bur-
dette (10-7) vs. Lawrence (11-9) or
Nuxhall (6-5).
St. Louis at Chicago - Wehmeier
(55) or Mizell (4-7) vs. Rush (2-12).

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LAST
WEEK
OF OUR

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SALE

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YEAR

A clean sweep of, our entire summer stock,
plus many garments for late Fall.
Don't miss t"hese
DRESSES of every kind for day and evening wear.
Originally were $14.95 to $39.95. Now in groups
from $7.00 to $19.98. Sizes 7-15, 10-44, 1212 to
241/2, Tall 10 to 20. (Extra special group $5.00.)

Group of strapless and with
strap bras. Long cinch-
waist and short. Also
stretch girdles. $2.98 and
$3.98. Originally $8.95.
Nylon and, cotton slips.
Sizes 32 - 44. Originally
$3.95 to $5.95. Now $2.98
and $3.98. Cotton bfunch
coats $3.98.
Costume Jewelry Rhine-
stone necklaces - pins,
earrings, bracelets, cos-
tume and Zircon set rings.
All summer handbags --
also some leather and.

Rayon - Acetate and Silk
Suits. Dusters and rain or
shine coats $10.00.
Nylon Blouses. Originally
$5.95 to $10.95. Sizes 32-
44 at 1/4 to 1/2.
All summer hats. Original-
ly $5.95 to $14.95. Also
some fall felts and velvets
Now $1.00 to $5.00.
ODDS AND ENDS in Head-
bands, Flowers, Hats,
Gloves, Jewelry ... 49c to
$1.49.

FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO.

Ann-Arbor, Michigan

beaded evening
Now at 'z.

bags -

Clearance Special in Sepa-
rates and Sports Wear.
Blouses, skirts, jackets,
shorts and sweaters at 2
and less, at Campus Togs.

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