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August 06, 1958 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tribe Drops Tigers;
Braves Top_'Pirates

defeats. It was the 16th victory of'
his career over the Pirates who
have beaten him only three times.
Cards 13, Dodgers 3
ST. LOUIS. - The St. Louis
Cardinals emerged from their hit-
less depths yesterday and bombed
the Los Angeles Dodgers 13-3 for
the Cardinals' best hit and run
total of the season for a single
game.
Wally Moon delivered his third
home run and three other hits and
drove. in three runs, as did Del
Ennis.
Billy Muffett, recently recalled
from Omaha and loser of his last
two starts, held Los 'Angeles to
seven 'hits, while the Cardinals
made merry against four Dodger
hurlers.
Reds 6, Phils 5
CINCINNATI - Frankie Robi-
inson swung at a 1-2 pitch and
rammed a' two-run double into
center field that gave Cincinnati's
Redlegs a come-from-behind 6-5
victory over Philadelphia'sPhillies
in the ninth inning last night. It
scrambled the efforts of reliever
Dick Farrell to save a Phils' lead.
Cubs 10, Giants 9
CHICAGO-Ernie Banks' l0th-
inning single chased home an un-
earned run. at the expense of
Johnny Antonielli and gave ,the
ChicagoCubs a 10-9 victory over
the San Francisco Giants yester-
day, in a hectic, 3 '/2-hour battle,
HVajocIr Leag "ue
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGtA*
W .L Pct. GB
New York 68' 36 .654 -
Boston - 51 51 .500 16
Chicago 51 52 .495 16Ya
Detriot 50' 52 .490 17
Cleveland 51 54 .486 17
Baltimore , 47 53 .470 19
Kansas, City 47, 53 .470 19
Washington 45 59 .433 23
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland, "at Detroit -Woode-
schick (3-1) vs. Lary (10-10).
New York at Baltimore (N)-Dit.
mar :(7-2) vs. Harshma~n (8-9).
Chicago at K~ansas City (N) -
Pierce (10-8) vs. Davis (0-2).
Washington at Boston -- Ramnos
(10-9) vs. Brewer (5-10).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 58 43 .574 -
San Francisco 55 48 .534 4
Pittsburgh 52 49 .515 6
Chicago 51 54, .486 9p
Cincinnati 49 52 .485 9
Philadelphia 47 51 .480 91
St. Louis, 47 54 .465 1t
Los Angeles 47 55 .461 114
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) -
Law (8-10) vs." Willey (5-3).
San Francisco at St. Louis (N)-
Worthington (8-5) vs. Mabe (0-3).
Los Angeles at Chicago-Williams
(1-7) vs. Briggs (4-1).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)-
Roberts. (10-9) vs. Haddix (7-5).

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1953 VOLKSWAGEN: new tires, up to P.
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1957-RENAU3LT DALPrnNE. Excellen t
condition. $1,450. See Donald Hope be-
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)N132
GOING TO HOLLAND-must sell 255RN
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NO 3-1654. )N1$0-
1955 FORD
Hardtop, 1 owner, 2-tone
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Real nice. R
$1,195
1950 Oldsmobile
4-door sedan, V-8, R& H.
No rust. California cart
$395
1956 FORD67
Hardtop, V-8, automatic,
power brake, power steering, A'
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$1,495
1950 DODGE
Club coupe, i owner.
Ideal transportation.
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Cor. W. Huron and First Sts.
Inside Display Lot NO 3-3321
)N183
_TRANSPORTATION
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NO 3-1310 after 6 P.M. )G63
Rent A Ca~r
514 E. Washington St.,
NO 3-4156
CARS RENTED by hour,
day, or week
WEEKEND SPECIAL RATE
from Friday 5 P.M. till
Monday 9 A.M.
$10.00 plus $.08 per mile
Gas. oil and Insurance included
)056

IrM FREE!~
Attend a Concert by
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NoThursday-Aug. 7
NoTransportation Charge No Admission Charge
SPONSORED BY HILLEL FOUNDATION
If interested Phone NO 3-4129

I

HENRY H.
STEVENS, Inc.

Phon Colec Flint 6, Michigan Bil
Flint C~ar 4-1686 Manager
Fr rFree Estimates Lit. '40
Interstate Rates Every Friday
'We own, Operate, schedule and dispatch our own fleet of vans
for better direct service without transfer.

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