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______THE MICHIGAN DAILY

acKay Wins Again, but U.S.
imbledon Hopes Diminish
!BLEDON, England (UP)-
Jnited States tennis force thing but steady even in a 7-5, Mrs. Knode figured in the big-
tt to a mere corporal's guard 6-1, 6-4 triumph over Bill Kear- gest upset of the day when she
n yesterday in a rain short- ney, of Australia, was beaten by Christiane Mercelis
program that left Barry The best American performance of Belgium, 6-3, 7-5.
ay, of Dayton, O., and Mike was turned in by Mrs.- Margaret The United States, suffered still
of Miami Beach, Fla., the Osborn DuPont, former Wimble- another setback in a first round
survivors in America's don women's titlist from Wilm- men's doubles match when Quil-
ing hopes for the Wimble- ington, Del. She bowled over vier- lan and Gil Shea fell before Ivon
tle. +vous 19-yr.-old Joyce Fulton of Warwick and M. P. Hann, of
lanky, eighth-seeded Mac- Britain, 6-1, 6-0. Britain, 6-2, 6-4, 7-5.

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Key Hits Give Giants Win
Athletics Edge Senators

Giants came to town in second
place and only a game and a half
behind Milwaukee.
* * .,
Phillies 5, Cubs 4
PHILADELPHIA OP) - Chico
Fernandez' two-out triple in the
10th inning scored Harry Ander-
son last night to give the Phila-
delphia Phillies t 5-4 victory over
the Chicago Cubs. It was Fernan-
dez' second triple of the game.
Fernandez' belt to left ended
scoring frustrations for the Phils
who had seen threats in the sev-
enth and ninth innings snuffed
out by Don Elston, the third Cub
hurler who 'relieved Glen Hobbie
in 'the seventh.
The victory went to Dick Par-
rell, who ┬░elieved starter Ray
Semproch in the seventh.
i ajo r League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE*

RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
SEE the new
MUSIC CENTER
Hi Fi-Stereo Records and
Custom Hi Fi Players.
Save Money on records by
joining our Record Club.
MUSIC CENTER
300 So. Thayer NO 2-2500
)X69
SO. UNIVERSITY
HI-FI STUDIO
Largest selection of Hi-Fl
components in the area.
Service in Hi-Fi units,
phonogr'aphs, and TV.
1317 So. University
NO 8-7942
"Ann Arbor TV"
) X70
' FOR SALE
HULA CROSSES, call NO 2-2386 after
3 P.M. )B194
BOYS' 20-INCH BICYCLE. Like new,
$25. Call NO 2-4736.
WILL SELL to student only. 1953 35x8
Mobile Home. Low costs, privacy
make it ideal for student couple,
Exceptionally good condition. NO 3-
8275 for appointment. )B193
MEN'S short sleeve sport shirts $1.25.
Skip-dents and seersuckers. Assorted
Colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. )B188
ANYTHING and everything for the
golfer at Bob Applegate's Pro Golf
Shop, Municipal Golf Course. Extra
good buys on used sets. NO 8-9230.
)B190

FOR RENT
GIRL NEEDED. $37.50 per month to
share 5 room furnished apt. for
summer, 306 N. State. Call NO 3-
9526 after 5 P.M. >C408
WANTED: Student to share Furnished
Campus Apartment. Call NO 5-5931
any evening. 1C403
PRIVATE BEACH-3 rooms and bath,
Be comfortabletis sunmnir in this
extra nice apartment on Whitmore
Lake. Only 12 minutes from campss
Reasonable. By the week or moonth
until Aug. 1. Call HI 9-9531 after7
P.M. C4(?6
VERY LARGIE, VERY NICE, VERY
CHEAP. Room for man. Linens and
cleaning. 204 N. State, 3-5 P.M. )406
SINGLE or Double Room-Two blocks
from campus on quiet shady street,
cross-ventilation in each room. Also
available for fall, Phox'e NO 3-4685.
)C401
I'M STUCK! Have gorgeous 5 room fuRiy
AIR CONDITIONED, FULLY FUR-
NISHED Apartment 2 Blocks from
Campus. Need two fellows to share
this comfort with me. You'll really
love this place. Call Ted Cohn NO
2-3241 any week day before 5 P.M.
)C402
2 & 3 ROOM first floor apartments.
Well furnished, near campus and
downtown area. Private parking pro-
vided. Inquire 5-7 P.M. 322 E. Ann.
)C403
ONE BLOCK from campus - newly
decorated apartments. 514 So. Forest.
NO 2-1443. )C404
TRANSPORTATION
SUMMER STUDENT wishes ride to and
from- Detroit. NO 2-1965 or VE 6-
4127 . )G5-,
~ Rent A Cr
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
1G5e
_PETS ANDSUPPLIES
Tropical Fish and supplies,
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
)T26

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New York
Kansas ;City
V)ETROIT
Chicago
Cleveland-
Baltimore
Washington

W
40
32
32
30
31
28
28

L Pct.
22 .645
30 .516
31 .508
33 .476
35 .470
34 .452
35 .444

8
8%
l0%
11
12
2

CAN YOU STAY AWAKE ALL NIGHT ?

TODAI'S GAMES
Baltimore at DETROIT-Harsh-
man (5-6) vs. Hoeft (6-6).
New York at Chicago - Rucks
(5-3) vs. Donovan (3-7).
Washington at Kansas City (N.)
--Griggs (3-4) vs. Burnette (I-i).
Boston at Cleveland-Sisler (6-4)
vs.' Grant (6-4).
NATIONAL LEAGUE*

If so, earn $10.00 or more,
participating in a Psychological
experiment. Male subjects only;
must speak English fluently.

Milwaukee
St. Louis'
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh,
Chicago
Philadelphia
Los Angeles

W
35
32
34-
30
32
32
27
29

L Pct. GB
25 .583 -
29 .525 34
31 .523 312
30 .500 5
33 .492 5%.
34 .485 6
3 .450 8
36 .446 8%

)HFT2 j

Call NO 3-1531

Ext. 397

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TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Pittsburgh - Mc-
Daniel (3-7) vs. Law (7-4).
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
--Antonelli (6-5) vs. Nuxhall (3-3).
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)-
Podres (7-6) vs. Burdette (5-5).
Only games scheduled.
*(Does not include last night's
games).

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