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July 30, 1958 - Image 3

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TlE MICHIGAN DAILY
Giants Take Over NL Lead;r
Chisox Rally To Nip Senators 4:: Z

night and Russ Nixon drove in
three runs with a homer and single
as the Cleveland Indians defeated
the Orioles 9-4.
Billy Harrell opened the Cleve-
land first inning with a home
run off Milt Pappas. Following a
one-out single by Gary Geiger,
who had three hits, Nixon slam-
med his homer to give the Tribe
a quick 3-0 lead.
Bell posted his fifth victory in
nine decisions. Pappas was charged
.with his fourth loss against seven
triumphs.

dJusST'5S THESE
IN THATCAVE, AND A
CUTE LITTLE CREATURE
WILL KISS YOU.
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FOR RENT
APARTMENT near campus, modern
equipment, private bath, Call during
Day, NO 8-6725 or Night NO 2-4337.
)C422
FULL HOUSE with basement, in de-
lightful village of Dixboro, out Plym-
outh Rd., 7 min. from N. Campus.
From Aug. thru June $100 per month.
Can be seen until Friday at 6 P.M.
NO 3-9523. )C421
ATTRACTIVE furnished apartment for
couple, private bath, on campus. NO
3-5201. )C420
SINGLE or Double Room-Two blocks
fromEcampus on quiet shady street,
cross-ventilation in each room. Also
available for fall. Phone NO 3-4685.
)C401
ONE BLOCK from campus -- newly
decorated apartments. 514 So. Forest.
NO 2-1443;. )C404
PETS AND SUPPLIES
Tropical fish, pets, and supplies
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUMS
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
)T30
WANTED TO RENT
FURNISHED APARTMENT or small
house for married couple, not over
one mile from campus. Write Mr.
Carroll, 98 Northledge, Snyder 26, N.Y.
)L13
USED CARS
GOING TO HOLLAND-must sell '55
Volkswagen. Excellent condition. $1050.
NO 3-1654. )N180
1956 VOLKSWAGEN, sun roof, excellent
condition. Must sell, owner leaving
country. Best offer. NO 2-8210. )N178
1957 CHEVROLET
Convertible, Powerglide, V-8,
blue with white top, R&H.
$1995
1955 CHEVROLET
210 series, 6 cyl. standard.
Nice car.
$950
1953 OLDSMOBILE
2-door, Super 88, full power.
$650
1957 FORD
6 cyl. standard, two tone,
Radio & heater.
$1395
1953 FORD
V-8 standard. Nice second car.
$395
1952 NASH WAGON
Good condition.
$345
JIM WHITE, Inc.
Cor. W. Huron and First Sts.
Inside Display Lot NO 3-3321
)N179

STRONG AS EVER-Big Californian Parry O'Brian lets the shot,
top left, fly during competition in U.S.-Soviet Union track and field
meet In Moscow July 28. Parry, of Los Angeles, won the event with
a, heave of 62'9.56". Parry is the Olympic champion and world
holder for the event.

Johnson holds the accepted
world's record in the decathlon at
7,985 points, but this was sur-
passed this spring by Kuznetsov
with 8,013. Kuznetsov however,
was no match for the big Ameri-
can when the two finally met in
the Lenin Stadium.
Johnson is the same type as the
American decathlon champions of
the remote and immediate past--
big, strong, fast, standing over 6
feet and weighing 200 pounds.
Others of the same general
build who formerly held the world
record and were Olympic cham-
pions were the immortal Jim

Thorpe, as well as
and Milt Campbell.

Bob Mathias

Starting
TODAY

DIAL NO 8-6416

Week Nights
at
7 and 9

Through Friday at 8 P.M.
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Dept. of Speech Presents
PHILLIP BARRY'S BUBBLING COMEDY
"The Philadelphia Story"
$1.50 $1.10 75c

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