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THE MICM AN DAIIN

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First-Place
Yankees Top Athletics, 4-2;
C nball' Game

Teams

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By The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY - Harry Simp-
son hit a three-run homer 'in the
eighth inning last night to break
a 1-1 tie and insure the New York
Yankees a 4-2 victory over the
Kansas City Athletics.
Cardinals 5, Giants 1
NEW YORK - Sam Jones, a
towering rightha der, yielded just
two hits last night as the league-
leading St. Louis Cardinals turned
back the New York Giants, 5-1, in
a game that had to be held: up
while umpires warned the opposing
pitchers for throwing bean balls.
Dodgers 3, Redlegs 1
JERSEY CITY, N. J. - Gino
Cimili lined a 3-0 pitch for a two-
run triple that broke up a 1-1 tie
in the eighth inning last night as
the Brooklyn Dodgers took fourth
place from Cincinnati in the Na-
tional League race with a 3-1 vic-
tory over. the Redlegs.
Indians 8, Orioles 6
CLEVELAND - Gene Woodling
hit a two-run homer in the ninth
inning last night, breaking a tie
and giving the Cleveland Indians
an 8-6 victory over Baltimore's
Orioles.
Tigers 5, Red Sox 3
DETROIT - All - Star winner
Jim Bunning survived two con-
secutive home runs by Ted Wil-
liams last night and posted his
11th victory as the Detroit Tigers
defeated the Boston Red Sox, 5-3.
I-M SOFTBALL
Bacteriology 4, Pharmacology 0
Bump's Boys 15, Auto Lab 0
Med Sox 17, Tv 7
(replay of forfeit)

Braves 5, Pirates 4
PITTSBURGH - Relief pitcher
Don McMahon squelched a Pitts-
burgh Pirate ninth-inning rally
last night and the Milwaukee
Braves edged the Pirates, 5-4, and
moved into second place, still two
games back of the league-leading
St. Louis ,Cardinals.
Cubs 5, Phillies 2
PHILADELPHIA-Home runs by
Chicago's Jerry Kindall and Ernie
Banks sent Robin Roberts reeling
to his sixth straight defeat and
snapped the current Philadelphia
Phillies' win skein at fjve as the
Cubs scored a 5-2 victory last
night.

GENE WOODLING
.. .winning homer

Four Fined
For Fighting;
Feud Brews
BROOKLYN {.)-A bitter feud
was brewing between thb Cincin-
nati Redlegs and the Brooklyn
Dodgers as the result L of two
scraps Thursday night.
Brooklyn's Junior Gilliam and
Cincinnati's Raul Sanchez squared
off for the first of two fights
which rbrought players from both
teams running to either get into
a fight or attempt to make peace.
The second fight involved the
Dodgers' Charlie Neal and, the
Redlegs' Don Hoak, a former
Brooklyn player.
Fined $100 Each
President Warren C. Giles of the
National League fined Neal, Hoak,
Gilliam and Sanchez $100 each for
the brawl and said he would not
tolerate any more fighting on the
baseball diamond.-
When peace had been restored,
the four players ejected from the
game, and Duke Snider had hit
his second home run for a 4-5
Brooklyn victory there came the
charges and countercharges.
'Get That Neal'
"I'll get that Neal before the
series is over, either on or off the
field," said Hoak. "I was hit from
ambush, when I wasn't looking."
Neal said he entered the melee
to protect Gilliam, who collided
with Sanchez on the first baseline
as the Brooklyn second baseman's
attempted drag bunt popped foul.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L
New York 53 26
Chicago 49 30
Boston 43 38
Cleveland 40 40
Baltimore 39 40
Detroit 40 40
Kansas City 29 49
Washington 26 56

Pct
.671
.420
.531
.500
.494
.500
.372
,317

GB
4
11
134
14
13%
23%
28

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington at Chicago; rain
New York 4, Kansas City 2
Detroit 5, Boston 3?
Cleveland 8, Baltimore 6
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Washington at Chicago - Stobbs
(2-10) vs. Harshman (7-3).
New York at Kansas City - Stur-
divant (7-4) vs. Portocarrero (3-4).'
Baltimore at Cleveland - O'Dell
(1-2) vs. Mossi (6-2).
Boston at Detroit -- Brewer (9-8)
vs. Foytack (9-7).

NATIONAL LEAGUE,
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 47 32 .595 -
Milwaukee 46 35 .568 2
Philadelphia 44 35 .557 3
Brooklyn 43 36 .544 4
Cincinnati 44 38 .537 4V2
New York 37 44 .457 11
Pittsburgh 30 51 .370 18
Chicago 27 47 .365 17%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 5, New York 1
Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 1
Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 4
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Cincinnati at Brooklyn - Jeffcoat
(8-6) vs. Podres (6-3).
St. Louis at New York-Mizell (3-5)
vs. Barclay (4-6).
Chicago at Philadelphia - Drott
(8-7) vs. Hacker (4-2).,
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh-Burdette
(6-6) vs. Kline (2-11), or Swanson
(2-1).

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day. On Hill and Forest. Call Don
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TWO MEALS, $2 per day, five days a
week - Mon. - Fri. Call Bill Powell,
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USED CARS
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miles. In excellent condition. Call NO.
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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
EUROPEAN CARS
We service all foreign cars.
303 Ashley NO 5-580
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(Continued from Page 2)
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Music Education Lecture, auspices of
the School of Music. "A Demonstra-
tion of Choral Techniques." Maynard
Klein, director of University Choirs..
3:00 p.m., Mon., July 15, Aud. A, , An-
gell Hall.
Music Education Lecture, auspices of
the School of Music. "Essentials in
Elementary School String Teaching."
Esther Wyman, Detroit. 4:00 p.m., Mon.,
July 15, Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Dr. Charles Fisher, Department of
Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai Hospital, New
York City, will present a University
Lecture at 8:00 p.m., Tues., July 16, in
the Auditorium of Children's Psychia-
tric Hospital, on "Dreams, Images and
Perception:,a. Quantitative Study of
the Poetzl Phenomenon." Sponsored by
the Department of Psychiatry.
Films
French Film: "La Regle du Jeu" by
Jean Renoir. Aud. B, Angell Hall.
French film to be shown at 8:00 p.m.
Thurs., July 18. Admission free. Every-
one welcome.
Concerts
Student Recital by Martha Love,
clarinetist, 4:15 p.m. Sun., July 14, in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Master of Music, Aud.
A, Angell Hall; pupil of William Stub-
bins. Open to the general public.
The Baroque Trio, N4elson Hlauen-
stein, flute, Florian Mueller, oboe, and
Marilyn Mason, harpsichord, will per-
form at 8:30 p.m. Sun., July 14, in the
Rackham Lecture Haill Trio Sonata in
D minor by Loeillet, Suite in G for
Oboe and Harpsichord by Fischer, Trio
Sonata in D by Graun, Sonata in D,
for Flute and Harpsichord by Vinci;
First Suite in C by Marin Marais, trans-
cribed and edited by Clyde Thompson

of the School of Music faculty; open
to the general public without charge.
Academic-Notices
School of Business Administration:
Students from other Schools and Col-
leges intending to apply for admission.
to the fall semester should secure ap-
plication forms in Room 150, School of
Business Administration. Applications
should be completed and returned be-
fore Sept. 1.
Mathematics Colloquium: Prof. Ed-
win Hewitt wil ilecture on "Harmonic
Analysis and Synthesis in Certain
Semi-groups," on Tues., July 16 at 4:10
p.m. in Room 3011, Angell Hall,
Social half hour in Room 3212, A.H.
preceding session. y
La Sociedad Hispanica of the Depart-
ment of Romance Languages will hold
its weekly summer meeting on Tues.,
July 16, at. 7:15 p.m., East Conference
Room, Rackham Bldg. Prof. Enrique
Anderson-Imbert, writer and critic, will
speak in Spanish on "Lengua y Litera-
tura." There will be a period for ques-
tions and general discussion. All those
interested are invited.
Placement Notices
The following school will be at the
Bureau of Appointments on Thurs.,
July 18 to interview teachers for Sep-
tember.I
Detroit, Michigan (Detroit Public
School) '- All fields.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
m i n i s t r a t i o n Building, Normandy
3-1511, Ext. 489.

The following vacancy is listed with
the Bureau of Appointments for the
1957-58 school year. They will not be
here to interview at this time.
Abadan, Iran - The recently organ-
ized Abadan Institute of Technology
located in Abadan, Iran (Persia) is in
need of a Professor of Mathematics
and Physics, preferably with the Ph.D.
degree.
For additional information contact
tlfe Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Personnel Requests:
Chrysler Corp., Defense Engrg. Div.,
Detroit, Mich., is interested in finding
experienced men with backgrounds in
Mech. E. in suspension and steering,
Aero. E. for aircraft and missile design,
and Optical Mech. E.
Tecumseh Herald, Tecumseh, Mich.,
has an opening for a man with some
experience and training in Journalism
to work as Editor.
Maccabees Life Insurance Society,
Detroit, Mich., needs a man in BusAd.,
Journalism, English or related fields
for Sales Promotion Worm in editing
the monthly publication.
Stecher-Traung Lithograph Corp.,
Rochester, New York, offers opportuni-
ties to men in LS&A, Econ. and Acctg.
for the Sales and Acctg. Depts., and
to men in Mech, and Chem. E. for
Plant Engrg, and Project Engrg.
Winthrop Labs., Myerstown, Pa., has
an opening for an Analytical Chemist
in the Quality Control Dept.
Aeroquip Corp., Jackson, Mich., needs
men in all fields for Sales and Cus-
tomer Service.
Hyde Windlass Co., Bath, Maine, has
openings for men in BusAd., Acctg.
for General Business and Cost Acctg.,
and for men in Mech. E. for Design
and Admin. Bngrg.

National Cash Register Co., Kalama-
zoo, Mich., has an immediate opening
for Acctg. Machine Salesmen. Prefer
an Acctg. knowledge but it is not ne-
cessary.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
_ Organization
Notices
Cercle Francais: Bastille Day celebra-
tion for all French students, faculty
and local French colony will be held
Sunday, July 14 at a private residence.
Persons speaking French and desirous
of joining the group should call the
French Dept., ext. 406 or Prof. O'Neill,
ext. 2181.
Congregational and Disciples Student
Guild: Picnic Outing at Bishop Lake,
July 14th at 5:00 p.m. Meet at the
Guild House.
Hillel: All day picnic, July 14th. For
information and reservations call NO
3-4129.
Lutheran Student Association: Reg-
ular Sunday evening meeting, July 14
at 6:00 p.m., Student Center. Supper
meeting followed by program at 7:00
p.m., Hill and S. Forest. Speaker:
Prof. Paul G. Kauper "Church and
State."
Lutheran Student Fellowship, Gam-
ma Delta, Supper and program at 6:00
at Lutheran Student Center, 1511
Washtenaw. Panel Discussion of "Billy
Graham's Approach to Christian Evan-
gelism."
Pi Lambda Theta: Invitational Tea,
Monday, July 15, at 7:30 at home of
Dr. Irene Place, 4200 E. Huron River
Drive.j

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LAST SHOW AT MIDNIGHT
BURT LANCASTER in
"The Rainmaker" in color
and
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in "BRASS LEGEND"
Starts Sunday
"LITTLE HUT" and
"A KISS BEFORE DYING"

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Starts Sunday-
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