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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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L Race Tighte

Two;
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CLASSIFIED

ADVERTISING

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ROY SIEVERS VIC WERTZ
... All-Star substitute ... selected by tans
SPORT SHORTS:
Eight Yankees Included
On AL All-Sta r Roster

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Casey Stengel, who
finds winning pennants a lot easi-
er than All-Star games, yesterday
announced the 1957 American
League All-Star squad, which in-
cludes eight members of his own
New York Yankees.
The starting lineup will find
New York's Yogi Berra and Mick-,
ey Mantle at catcher and center
field, respectively, Cleveland's Vic
Wertz at first base, Chicago's Nel-
lie Fox- at second, Baltimore's
George Kell at third, Detroit's
Harvey Kuenn at shortstop, Bos-
ton's Ted Williams in left field
and Detroit's Al Kaline in right
field.
The pitching staff will consist
} of Billy Pierce of Chicago, Bobby
Shantz and Bob Grim of New
York, Early Wynn and Don Mossi
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of Cleveland, Jim Bunning of De-
troit and Billy Loes of Baltimore.
Pierce, Shantz and Mossi are left-
handers.
Elston Howard of New York and
Gus Triandos of Baltimore will be
available to help Berra with the
catching while the infield reserves
include Joe De Maestri of Kansas
City, Frank Malzone of Boston
and Gil McDougald, Bobby Rich-
ardson and Bill Skowron of New
York.
Backing up the starting outfield
will be Roy Sievers of Washing-
ton, Minnie Minoso of Chicago
and Charley Maxwell of Detroit.
* * *
U. S. Hopes Ended
WIMBLEDON, England - Am-
erica's last hopes for the men's
singles title, Vic Seixas and Her-'
bie Flam, were snuffed out in the
quarter finals yesterday in the
most disastrous Wimbledon ten-
nis performance by Uncle Sam's
boys since the war.

ITigers Win,
5-2;" Cards
Beat Braves
By The Associated Press
DETROIT -- Al Kaline's sixth
inning home run touched off a
three-run Detroit rally that broke
a 2-2 tie and carried the Tigers
to a 5-2 triumph over the Chicago
White Sox - dropping the Sox
two games behind New York-
last night.
* . .
Yankees 3, Orioles 2
BALTIMORE-- Mickey Mantle
hit a bases- empty homer - his
22nd - in the 10th inning last
night as the New York Yankees
slapped down the surging Balti-
more Orioles, 3-2.
* *
Cardinals 9, Braves 5
ST. LOUIS - Milwaukee's de-
fense collapsed last night to al-
low four unearned runs$ and St.
Louis defeated the league-leaders,
9-5, to. leave the Braves a half-
game ahead of Cincinnati in the
National League.
The Cards trail by a game-and-
a-half.
* * *
Cubs 6, Redlegs 0
CHICAGO-Rookie Dick Drott,
celebrating his 213t birthday yes-
terday, blanked Cincinnati on four
scattered singles in pitching the
Chicago Cubs to a 6-0 victory over
the Redlegs.
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Athletics 10, Indians 3
CLEVELAND-The Kansas City.
Athletics snapped an 11-game los-
ing streak last night by wallop-
ing the Cleveland Indians, 10-3.
Dodgers 3, Giants 0
NEW YORK - Brooklyn's Don
Drysdale snapped a month-long
slump with a five-hitter last night
for a 3-0 victory over the New
York Giants.
* * *
Senators 5, Red Sox 4
BOSTON-The lowly ashing-
ton Senators shattered a Boston
bid for the American League's
third place, 5-4, last night when
Bob Usher drew a seventh-inning,
bases-loaded walk.
* * *
Phillies 5, Pirates 4
PITTSBURGH -- The Philadel-
phia Phillies, held to but three
hits over the first seven frames,
ralled for five runs in the eighth
last night to snap a five-game los-
ing streak with a 5-4 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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WASHINGS - Also ironing separately.
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
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EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
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)H8
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)E3
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For information call Al Szemborski,
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)E1
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED-To San Francisco,
leaving on' or about July 5 Call NO
2-2328 after 7 p.m., or weekends. )G3
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We carry a complete line of HI FTI
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Audio Supply
Laboratories
334 Nickels Arcade
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(Above Bay's Jewelry)
)XI
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An amazing inventory of Hi Fl
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catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier, AM-FM tuner,
and speaker enclosure kits in sev-
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HI FI SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are
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service all equipment we sell, and
to advise you on the selection of
components,
1217 & 1317 So. University
NO 2-9595

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$

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Organization
Notices
Cercle Francais: Weekly meeting at
Michigan League Tuesday evening, July
2,,.8:00 p.m. French music by Robert
and Lydia Courte. All persons inter-
ested welcome.
Deutscher Verein: Kaffestunde, Tues-
day, July 2, 3:305:00, South Cafeteria,
Union. Next evening meeting Thursday,
July 11.
Lutheran Student Association: Dis-
cussion group, Tuesday, July 2, 7:00
p.m., Student Center, (Hill at Forest).
"The Teachings of the Christian Faith."
- - -
.Michigan Square Dancers: Evening of
square and couple dances, all are wel-
come, Tuesday, July 2, 7:30 to 10:30
Lane Hall.

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U. of M. Summer Session Presents
BHAS "iKAR and SASHA
in Authentic India Dances
Hill Auditorium 8 P.M. Friday, July 19
Mail Check for your Tickets NOW, toI
U. of M. Summer Session, 3510 Admin. Bldg. I
Name1
Street Address
City State Number of Tickets
I Return with check or money order before July 19. I
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FEATURE
VALUES'

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TODAY and TOMORROW

35 SUITS
Sizes 7 -15, 10 -20,
1/2-2/2, tall 12-
18. The fabrics, silky
acetate, dacron, silks
and rayons.
25 S]RING
COATS
COATS, duster coats
and rain or shine
coats.

$18

100 BETTER
DRESSES
Many originally were
35.00 to 39.95. Pure
silk and solids, prints,
linens, better cottons,
evening and cocktail
and bridesmaid's
dresses. Sizes from
tiny 7's to tall 20's.
Shorter 121/-24/.

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"ONE SUMMER
OF HAPPINESS"

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DIAL
NO 2-3136

'A PICTURE OF BREATH-TAKING BEAUTY,
LOVE AND LUST, HONOR AND DEGRADATION,
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT! FASCINATING!"
-N.Y. Daily News

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75 BETTER Group of
DRESSESCLOSEOUT
DRESSES DRESSES
all kinds and sizes.
$10.00 .$5.00
cottons, rayons, nylons.
BEAUTIFUL HATS Group Girdles,
L 2 i.00to 5.O I Short and Lona Bras. Handbaas

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