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AY, JUNE 29~ 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A~Y, JUNE 29, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Heavy Cincinnati All-Star Vote

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Redleg Stars Removed

HANK AARON
... assured All-Star spot
SPORT SHORTS
WIMBLEDON, England --The
United States sent its seeded trio
of Althea Gibson, Louise Brough
and Darlene Hard into the wo-
men's quarterfinals yesterday but
lost one of its four remaining
male hopes in the Wimbledon
Tennis Championhips.
Mike Green of Miami, Fla., 20-
yr.-old promising Davis Cup pros-
pect, . fell before second-seeded
Ashley Cooper, young Australian
champion, 6-2, 6-3, 9-7.
Miss Bauer Takes Lead
MAMARONECK, N.Y. - Tiny
blonde Alice Bauer ran away and
hid from her kid sister Marlene
at Winged Foot yesterday, and
shook off all but one of her pur-
suers, Betsy Rawls, in the Wo-
men's National Open Golf Cham-
pionship.
With a 36-hole score of 72-73-
145, one under par, Alice held a
three-stroke lead over her near-
est -rval in the big field and was
eight strokes ahead of sister Mar-
lene Bauer Hagge, who had been
tied with her for the lead after
the first round.
* * *
Robinson to Meet Basilio
NEW YORK -- Middleweight
champion Sugar Ray Robinson
agreed yesterday to defend his
title against welterweight titlist
Carmen Basilio in a New York
baseball park at a date in Sept-
ember to be announced later.
Only the middleweight title will
be at stake in the 15-round battle
of champions.
The International Boxing Club,
which will promote the fight, has
been ordered to break up its New
York and Illinois organizations by
the federal court. But the recent
court action is not expected to
interfere with the battle, which
was already in the process of ne-
gotiation.

Prom rans'
CINCINNATI (M - Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick yester-
day removed three Cincinnati
Redleg players from possible selec-
tion for the National League All-
Star team which will play the
American Leaguers in St. Louis
July 9.
An avalanche of votes from the
Cincinnati area indicated. that
eight Cincinnati Redlegs would be
on the National League roster.
The action means that Stan Mu-
sial, St. Louis Cardinal first base-
man; Willie Mays, New York Giant
outfielder, and Hank Aaron, Mil-
waukee outfielder, probably are
certain of starting places in the
National League lineup.
Removed from consideration are
Cincinnati Redlegs outfielders Gus
Bell and Wally Post, and first
baseman George Crowe.
In a teletype message to War-
ren C. Giles, National League pres-
ident, Frick said he felt justified
in removing the players. Giles had
suggested such a move, and it was
concurred in by President Will
Harridge of the American League.
The commissioner pointed out
that while the National League
recognized the rules providing for
the selection of All-Star players,
it felt that the "over-balance of
Cincinnati ballots had resulted in
the selection of a team which
Ex-A mateur
Champus Tied
DETROIT (P)-A pair of form-
er National Amateur champions
-Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex.,
and Gene Littler of Singing Hills,
Calif., - deadlocked yesterday for
the -halfway lead in the $25,000
Western Open Golf Tournament.
Maxwell and Littler recorded
their second straight sub-par
rounds over the rain-soaked 6,892-
yd. Plum Hollow course and each
wound up with a 136 total-six
strokes under par - after 36
holes.
The field was cut to the low 50
and ties for the final 36 holes of
this 54th Western Open that of-
fers a top prize of $5,000.
Sensational putting was the dif-
ference for the co-leaders. Littler,
the 26-yr.-old who was National
Amateur champion in 1953, had a
67 yesterday, holing four tremen-
dous putts ranging from 20 to 35
feet. Maxwell, the 1951 amateur
titlist, had several one-putt
greens as he fired a one-under-
par 70 to go with his first-round
66.
First-round leader Dow Finster-
wald was one over par yesterday
and was tied with four others at
one stroke off the pace.

teectton
would not be typical of the league
and which would not meet apt-
proval of fans the country over
who are interested in and support
the All-Star game."
The Cincinnati Times-Star and
its radio and television affiliates-
WKRC and WKRC-TV-dumped
nearly 500,000 votes into the com-
missioner's lap last night a few
hours before the midnight dead-
line on the annual voting. The
votes put eight Redlegs far in
front of other players.

RAY MOORE
... ties record

ORIOLES TIE MARK:
MilWaukee Takes Lead;
Chisox, Yanks Both in

By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE--The Milwaukee
Braves hauled back into first place
in the National League last night
as Warren Spahn belted a homer
and came up with a great pitching
performance for a 4-2 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Spahn allowed only five hits
and held the Pirates hitless until
the fifth when Ramon Mejias
singled to center. The Pirates
didn't get another hit until the
seventh when they collected two
more and pushed over one run.
They added one more iun in the
ninth,
* * *
Yankees 5. Athleties 4
NEW YORK -- Enos Slaughter
lined a two-out pitch single to
break an eighth-inning tie for a
5-4 New York victory last night as
the Yankees defeated the Kansas
City Athletics.
It was the Yankees' eight vic-
tory without a defeat against Kan-
sas City this season and left the
New Yorkers with a share of the
American League lead.
* * *
Orioles 6 Indians 0
BALTIMORE-Ray Moore yield-
ed only three hits to the Cleveland
Indians last night while beating
them 6-0 for the fourth straight
shutout by a Baltimore Oriole
pitcher to tie the American League
record.
All power in Memorial Stadium
failed with one out in the Cleve-
land ninth and the five-minute
suspension until the lights came
back on heightened the tension for
13,945 fans.
* * *
White Sox 4, Senators 3
WASHINGTON - Dick Dono-
van's pop fly single to left field
with one out in the ninth inning
scored Jim Landis from second
base to give the Chicago White
Sox ar d Donovan a 4-3 victory
over Washington last night.
Larry Doby batted in Chicago's
other runs in the fifth inning with
a three-run double.
* * *
Giants 4, Cardinals 2
ST. LOUIS-The red hot New
York Giants stopped the St. Louis
Cardinals last night, 4-2, ending

the Cards' eight-day roost atop the
dizzy National League pennant
race.
Milwaukee's Braves beat Pitts-
burgh 4-2, shoving the Redbirds
into second place by a half game.
Rookie Curt Barclay needed help
from 39-yr.-old Mary Grissom in
the seventh but ruined a bid of
Larry Jackson of the Cards to
become the league's first 10-game
winner this season.
Redlegs 7, Phillies 1
* CINCINNATI-Home runs swat-
ted by first-sacker George Crowe,
pitcher Hal Jeffcoat and outfielder
Gus Bell accounted for all but one
of the runs last night as Cincin-
nati's Redlegs overpowered Phila-
c elphia's Phillies, 7-1.
Jeffcoat limited the Phils to four
hits.
Red Sox 9, Tigers 2
BOSTON-Billy Klaus cracked;
out fourhits including a pair of
homers and Tom Brewer tossed a
seven-hitter last night that car-
ried Boston past Detroit, 9-2, and
into the American League's 'first
division.
Baxter, Wettlaufer
Lead NCAA Golf
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.,
ti)-Favored Rex Baxter, Jr., of
Houston University, a cool mas-
ter of every golfing weapon, and
surprising Ward Wettlaufer of
Hamilton College at Clinton, N.Y.,
blistered par yesterday to be-
come finalists in the 60th an-
nual NCAA Golf Tournament.

FOR RENT
PLEASANT SINGLE room for rent in
private home. Call NO 3-8490. )C12
ONE OR TWO men students to share 4
room campus apt. for summer, Call
NO 3-0773 after 5 P.M. )C10
WANTED-Two men to share apart-
ment for summer. $60, room and
boayd. Call NO 2-3846. )C11
COOL CAMPUS apartments, some
rooms. 514 S. Forest. Call NO 2-1443.1
)C9
MALE LOOKING for two others to
share apartment available till Sept.
15. If there are 3 students wishing to
live together I will consider sub-
letting. New ,apartment, two bed-
rooms, well furnished. Call Bob Wea-
ver, NO 2-2556 or NO 2-5432. )C6
CAMPUS ROOMS - Bargain summer
rents, men students, clean, neat,
furnished singles & two-room suites.
Perfect location. Call NO 8-6205. )C8
NEED a fourth person for summer for
a beautiful four room apartment near
campus. Call NO 3-2277. )C3
NEWLY FURNISHED three room apart-
ment. Near campus, private kitchen
and bath. Inquire 716 S. Division or
call after 5, NO 2-7160, )C5
VACANCY FOR one girl to share with
two girls five room apartment-(two
bedrooms, living room, study room,
kitchen, TV,). One block from cam-
pus. $95 for entire summer. If inter-
ested, contact Mrs. Domm, NO 2-1290
or Gerry Laube, NO 3-8843 or NO 3-
0975. )C13
CHARMING NEW 4 room duplex on
wooded hillside, contemporary style
near north campus, suitable for fac-
ulty. 1571 Jones Drive, just off Plym-
outh Road in Woodstream Sub. Sum-
mer bargain for long term renter, NO
5-6773. )C14
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHINGS - Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
livery. Phone NO 2-9020. )Ji
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade,
GOLF LESSONS-Private instruction,
$3.00 per lesson. All points of the
game taught. -Call NO 8-9052 be-
tween 5 and P.M. daily. )J4
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
TIRE SALE
Prices slashed
Big trade-in for used tires
Fully Guaranteed
GOLDEN'S SERVICE
featuring STANDARD Products
601 Packard - NO 8-9429
)S2
C-TED STANDARD SERVJOE
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!'
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )Si

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3 .90 2.25 3.33
4 1,04 2.60' 3.85
Figure 5 average words to a line.
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Phone NO 2-3241
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI F1
We carry a complete line of HI FI
components, some of which are
Bozak speakers, Viking tape -record-
ers, and Rel-O-Kut turntables.
Audio Supply
Laboratories
334 Nickels Arcade
NO 2-7767 NO 2-9425
(Above Bay's Jewelry)
)XI
HI F1 STUDIO
An amazing inventory of HI F1
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.
1217 & 1317 So. University
NO 2-9595
)x2
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. )LI

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. )GK1
RIDERS WANTED-Leaving Wed, af-
ternoon Julyv 3--returning Sun., July
7. Driving to Northeastern Pennsyl-
vania via Pennsylvania Turnpike,
Pittsburgh, Harrisburg Scranton or
via. Canada, Buffalo, Rochester, and
Binghamton. Call NO 3-6755. )G5
RIDERS WANTED-To San Francisco,
leaving on or about July 5 Call NO
2-2323 after 7 p.m., or weekends. )G3
WANTED-RIDER to Denver, share
driving, Sunday, June 30. Call NO 3-
3080. )G4
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent a Car
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 A.M.
$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
12, nearly new. Reasonable.
Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 3-4156
)G2
HELP WANTED
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107
)H8
COOKS HELP--11:15-12:15 A.M. Mon.-
Fri. Five hours work plus $10 in ex-
change for meals. Call Nelson Inter-
national House, NO 3-8506. . )H4
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN. Work ac-
cording to own schedule. Good 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
KfrCHEN HELP for board, Call Mr.
Wentz NO 2-6422, 1319 Hill. )H5
PHOTO SUPPLIES
Exposure Meter Value
THE "META R"
with Booster Cell & Cases
Reg. $14.95 NOW $9.95
THE QUARRY INC.
320 So. State St. NO 3-1991
)D3

PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
plies, Hlamnsters, Parakeets, etc. New
shipment of tropical plants just ar-
rived.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty N03-0224
(Open daily except Thursday)
)T1
FOR SALE
SHORT SLEEVE sport' shirts. $1.75, 2
for $3.00. Washable. Assorted colors.
SAM'S STORE
Phone NO 3-8(ill
122 East WashingiLon
)B2
USED CARS
1937 OLDS for sale. A-1 condition in-
side & out. Call NO 2-7640. )N2
PERSONAL
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS at stu-
dent discount rates. Student Periodi-
cal. NO 2-3061. )F2
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ROOM AND BOARD
TWO MEALS, $2 per day, five days a
week--Mon. - Fri. Call Stuart Powell,
at Phi Kappa Tau. corner Hill and
Tappan. NO 3-8531. )E2
BOARDERS WA NTE.D-Goed food and
cosmopolitn 11atmcphere at $15 per
week plus two hours work. Call Nel-
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)E3
GOOD FOOD-Cool, quiet rooms. Rea-
sonable prices. Call Mr. Wentz, NO 2-
6422 or stop at 1319 Hill. )E4
ROOM AND BOARD for summer. Very
reasonable. Room $6 per week. Board
3 meals daily, $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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Joan Collins Harry

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 41 25 .621
New York 41 25 .621 -
Cleveland 36 30 .545 5
Boston 36 33 .522 6%
Detroit 35 33 .515 7
Baltimore 32 34 .485 9
Kansas City 25 41 .379 16
Washington 23 48 .324 10x4
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 0
Chicago 4, Washington 3
New York 5, Kansas City 4
Boston 9, Detroit 2
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago at Washington - Harsh-
man (5-3) vs. Hyde (2-3).
Kansas City at New York - Kell-
ner (2-4) vs. .Shantz (9-1).
Cleveland at Baltimore (2-twi-
night) - Mossi (5-1) and Narleski
(5-1) vs. O'Dell (1-1) and Brown (2-3)
Detroit at Boston - Lary (4-8) vs.
Sisler (5-4).

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Milwaukee
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Brooklyn
New York
Pittsburgh
Chicago

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39 29
37 28
39 30
36 30
35 31
33 35
25 43
21 39

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Late Show Starts at 12:00 P.M.
ALLAN LADD in BIG LAND
in Color
and
Robert Ryan & Aldo Ray
in MEN IN WAR
Starts Sunday
TOWARD THE UNKNOWN
and-CRIME OF PASSION

ENDS TONIGHT
GUY MADISON
in REPRISAL
in Color
and
JEFF CHANDLER
in DRANGO
Late Show Starts at 12 P.M.
Starts Sunday
BOY ONsA DOLPHIN
and - 5 STEPS TO DANGER

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BUGS BUNNY
b _ in
"iker's Peek"
Next Attraction
"Something Of Value"
Robert Ruork s
Story of the Mau Mau

Coming "JOE BUTTERFLY"

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 1
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 2
New York 4, St. Louis 1
Brooklyn at Chicago, rain
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
New York at St. Louis - Crone
(4-2) vs. Jones (4-3).
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee - Swan-
son (1-1) vs. Burdette (5-5) or Phil-
lips (3-2).
Brooklyn at Chicago - Maglie (2-1)
or Erskine (1-0) vs. Rush (1-6).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati-- Rob-
erts (6-9) vs. Acker (8-3).

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ENDS
TODAY
Shows from 1 P.M.
"Quite justly
was honored at
the Film Festival
at Edinburgh
this year."
-N.Y. Herald-
Tribune.

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"A worth-while
excursion."
-N.Y. Times

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After it is washed, drying this suit in an
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traces of wrinkles,'
The press is retained so well that touching
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The complete cycle of wash, dry, ready-to-
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Tropical in weight, the Exemplar has the
much sought after year 'round look, in addi-
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IN THE HANDS OF AN
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COMING SUNDAY
THEY WERE PEOPLE
OF THE EARTH...
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