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958 TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F

Phils Drop Smith from Helm;
Sawyer Called To Fill Position

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PHILADELPHIA (P) - The
Philadelphia Phillies fired mana-
ger Mayo Smith yesterday and re-
placed him with Eddie Sawyer
who directed the club to the Na-
tional League pennant in 1950.
"We needed a change," said
general manager Ray Hamey in
announcing Smith's dismissal.
"It was sudden," said Smith,
"but that's baseball."
Glad to Be Back
"I'm glad to be back," com-
mented Sawyer.
Hamey's answer as to why the
Phillies were rehiring a man they
fired because he didn't win, was:
"Eddie had a good record while
* he was here."
That record was a third place
finish in 1949, a pennant in 1950,
fifth in 1951, and fourth in 1952,
when Sawyer was replaced in mid-
season by Steve O'Neill.

Hamey said he had been con-
sidering the move about a month.
He said, "no one thing tipped the
scale. I just thought we needed a
change."
Smith, who was signed by Ha-
mey in 1955, leaves the club in
sixth place, half a game out of
the cellar, two games from the
first division, and 8%1 behind the
front running San Francisco Gi-
ants, the opponent last night as
Sawyer takes over.
The Phillies, just prior to the
All-Star Game, won seven in a
row and vaulted to third place in
the topsy turvey National League
race. They were 21/2 games from
first place.
Nose Dive
But following the All-Star
break, the club nose dived into the
second division. Everything went

wrong. The hitters slumped. The
pitching went sour.
Smith said he got the word
about 1 p.m. (EDT) yesterday.
"Nobody feels good about being
fired," he said. "But that's the
way baseball is and that's the
risk you take. I'll go home to
Lake Worth, Fla. in a couple of
days. I have no definite plans, but
certainly hope to remain in base-
ball."

0(1 HAVEN'T HEARD~
MY LATEST WORD
--HUNGaE
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VERY WELL
WHAT'S HUNG'ERI'
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By Johnny Hart
KNOCK
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DON NEWCOMBE
... only two wins

Three Hurlers Expected
To Win TwentyGames
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NEW YORK ()-Twenty-game
winners are likely to be scarce this
season with only Bob Turley and
Whitey Ford of the New York
Yankees and Warren Spahn of
Milwaukee moving strongly toward
the prized goal.
Withonly a shade more than
two months remaining in the ma-
jor league baseball campaign, the
three pitchers are the only ones
with at least 12 victories. Turley
has won 14 games and Ford and
Spahn 12 each.
Neither Ford nor Turley has
ever won 20 games in one season
although Whitey came close in
1956 when he had 19 and dropped
a 1-0 decision to Baltimore in his
last start. Turley's high is 17 tri-
umphs.
Spahn, a 20-game. winner eight
times in 13 seasons, figures to be
the only pitcher to repeat from
among those who reached the
mark in 1957. The others, Billy
Pierce of Chicago and Jim Bun-
ning of Detroit, got off to slow
starts and began to pick up only
in the last six weeks.
Pierce has won nine games
while Bunning's no-hit job against
Boston Sunday was his eighth tri-
umph.
Pitchers with 11 victories are
rookie Ray Semproch of Philaiel-

phia, Bob Friend of Pittsburgh
and Bob Purkey of Cincinnati.
Those with 10 games won are
Johnny Podres of Los Angeles,
Johnny Antonelli of San Fran-
cisco, Ike Delock of Boston, who
has yet to lose, and Ray Narleski
of Cleveland.
The 1958 aggregate of 20-game
winners almost certainly will not
equal the total of nine hit two,
years ago. Among those in the
coveted category in 1956 were Bob
Lemon and Herb Score of Cleve-
land, currently on the disabled list,
and Don Newcombe of Cincinnati,
who has won only two games.
There has been at least one 20-
game winner in the National
League each year since 1931. The
American League had no such
pitcher in 1955.

FOR SALE
1954 FLEETWOOD, 34 ft., 1 bedroom.
Excellent condition. HU 2-6133. )B204
PORTABLE Zenith radio, AM and seven
short wave bands. Like new. $85. NO
2-7040 after 6 P.M. )B203
MEN'S short sleeve sport shirts $1.25.
Skip-dents and seersuckers. Assorted
Colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. )B188
3Q Ft. 4 Star General Trailer with full
length aluminum porch-$2000. Avail-
able on lot 1, Orchard Grove, Terms
can be arranged. For information
call NO 2-4881. ) B202
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS_
TRANSISTOR~RADIOS
$14.95 Up
REGENCY, PHILCO, RCA VICTOR,
ZENITH, MAGNAVOX, EMERSON
MUSIC CENTER
JUST WEST OF HILL AUDITORIUM
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
).X74
HI FI STUDIO
Highest quality diamond
needles. Special $9.95
Hear the famous Blue Spot
Hi Fi car radio. Fits all cars.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

LINES
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1 DAY
.80
.96
1.12

3 DAYS
2.00
2.40
2.80

6 DAYS
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Classified

Figure 5 average words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 1 1 :00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

BARGAIN

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
You expect more from Standard
And You get it.
Best Deal in Town-Atlas Tires,
Batteries, Accessories - Mechanic
on Duty for Complete Automotive
Servicing & Road Service.
"Service is our Business"
C-Ted Standard Service
1220 So. University at Forest
Tel. NO 8-9168
Open 7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily
)S26
TIRE SALE
Hot weather now - trade your old
tires in on new ones. Good trade in.
GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
601 Packard NO 8-9429
)S25
USED CARS
1953 PLYMOUTH, R&H, good tires, good
condition. $350. NO 5-7360 after 6 P.M.
)N175
ENJOY the sun in a 1956 Ford con-
vertible. Reasonable. Phone NO 3-8464.
)N174

FOR RENT
SINGLE or Double Room--Two blocks
from campus 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
TRANSPORTATION
Awti Rent A Car
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
)G56
Daily Classifieds
Bring .Results

BUSINESS SERVICES
ALREADY prepared for you! Try
our hot barbecued chickens, spare
ribs, pork roasts, and beef roasts.
Hot and ready to go. Come in or
call up and we'll reserve them.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
) J176
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shaies, venetian
blinds installed properly, Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J168
ROOM AND BOARD
Room and/or Board
Summer Rates
Good food
Good location
Linen furnished
1319 Hill, Mr. Wentz, NO 2-6422
)E29
ROOM for graduate girls. Single or
double. Cooking. 517 E. Ann, NO
2-2826. )E35
PERSONAL
CAMPUS CLOSE,-UPS
Do you know?
Marjorie Eubank ........NO 2-7729
Michael. Lyons..........NO 3-9009
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC -
Advice by physician on birth control.
Medical aid for couplos who want
children but who have been unable
to have them. Professional counsel
on marriage problems. Physician,
nurse, family counselor in charge.
Clinic hours, Tues., 7:30 P.M. to 9:30
P.M. 122 N. Fourth Ave. Phone NO 2-
9282. )F484
PETS AND SUPPLIES
Tropical fish, pets, and supplies.
Stop in'at our Ypsilanti store and
meet Syble Fields, the new ingr.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUMS
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
)T28
NEWCARS
1958 TRIUMPH estate wagon-$1995,
Michigan European Cars, 303 S. Ash-
ley. NO 5-5800. )V21

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Granco AM-FM clock radio
Special $59.95

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1317 So. University
NO 8-7942
)X72
Read the Classifieds
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BE PREPARED-Roy Harris, 25-year-old battler from Cut and
Shoot, Tex., who will meet Floyd Patterson in a heavyweight title
fight in Los Angeles, Aug. 18, officially opened his training camp at
Arrowhead Springs, Calif., July 20. He went through a light work-
out which included some licks at the punching bag. (AP Wire-
photo)

3r g lrttcLo COURSE
l !A11 regular Stock of

HALLER'S JEWELERS
MONEY RAISING CASH DIAMOND SALES

1/4 Ct. mounted, tax included . .. .
.36 marquise stone .. .................
.28 stone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
,20 stone . . . . . . . . . *....... . .".. ..
.23 stone .. . . .f.. . .... . . . . . . .

.. $125.00
. $185.00
.. $110.00
.. $ 95.00
$105.00

14K
18K
14K
14K
14K

mounting
white gold
white gold
white gold

Current Fiction
Non-Fiction
Children's Books
Stationery
Fountain pens
Paperbacks
Many other items
Overbeck
Bookstore
1216 South University
NO 3-4436

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Van Boven Bargain Day Specials

/ OFF RACK
Suits, Sport Coats, Slacks, Topcoats

Oddment Table
Sport Shirts, Hose, Pajamas, Dress Shirts, Etc

VERY LOW PRICES, LOOSE STONES-CASH ONLY

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You must come in and see to appreciate these money raising prices.
GENERAL CLEARANCE SALE OF WATCHES
717 N. University-Uptown near Hill Auditorium

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The items selected for the Bargain Days are limited in number
and are priced below our costs. We suggest that you shop early
to avail yourself of a maximum selection.

MUSIC CENTER
BARGAINS
(2 days only - while they last)
COLUMBIA
RECORD PLAYERS
Model 526-149.95.. NOW 109.95
Model514- 4495 NOW 9.95
Mode514 4495. NO 29.9
STROMBERG-CARLSON
RECORD PLAYERS
ModelPF530...129.95NOW 89.95
ModelPF535...139.95NOW 99.95
Philco Hi Fi Console, was 279.95
(Mahogany or Blonde) NOW 129.95
r Capehart Hi Fi Console
formerly 299.95... NOW 199.95

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WILKINSON LUGGAGE SHOP

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ANN
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BARGAIN
DAYS

30th ANNUAL
BARGAIN DAYS

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BE HERE EARLY!

DOORS OPEN AT 9:00 A.M.
Open today until 8:30

ENTIRE STOCK OF
SUMMER HANDBAGS
25% to 50% and More Off
Famous Grasshoppers
Discontinued Patterns
'/3 OFF
DRUMSIDE PLASTIC
TWO SUITER SET
24" 2 suiter-21" companion
. he big value of this event
reg. $22.50... NOW $16.50 for 2-pc. set

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our Chance to Save!

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say

"Thanks" for your pa-

uring the year. Their gratitude is shown
rge Savings you witness throughout town.

in ANN ARRfR and AVI

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