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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 3UNE 24, 195w

T WIMBLEDON:
American Netters Win

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WIMBLEDON, England W) -
United States Davis Cup members
Barry MacKay and Alex Olmedo
won their first round doubles
match yesterday in the Wimble-
Swede To Lose,
WritersSay
. NEW YORK VP) - Only six of
69 boxing writers participating in
an Associated Press pre-fight poll
predicted Ingemar J o h a n s s o n
would upset heavyweight cham-
pion Floyd Patterson inktomor-
row's title, fight at Yankee Sta-
dium.
Of seven Swedish writers who
came over to cover their fellow
countryman's most important
bout, three picked him to stop
Patterson. Four thought he would
lose. Of the four, one expected
him to be stopped in the ninth
round.
The others thought it would go
the 15 rounds.
11 NI PON II II

don Tennis Tournament, defeat-
ing the team of Istvan Gulyas and
J. Javorsky, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
The day was marked by the
opening rounds of the women's
division, in which Sally Moore of
Bakersfield, Calif., who was twice
within a point of defeat, pulled a
spectacular come-back victory.
Miss Moore, seventh-seeded in
the women's division, staged an
uphill battle in winning a second
round match from Fay Muller of
Australia 5-7, 8-6, 6-4. The 19-
year-old Californian trailed 2-5 in
the second set after losing the
first.
U.S. Favorites Win
The two U. S. favorites, Mrs.
Beverly Baker Fleitz of Long
Beach, Calif., and Darlene Hard
of Montebello, Calif., won first
round matches as did Karol Fa-
geros of Miami, Fla.; Mimi Arnold'
of Redwood City, Calif., and Joan
Johnson,ra 29-year-old school
teacher from Wyandotte, Mich.
Mrs. Fleitz, seeded No. 3, got off
to a shaky start but steadied for
a 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 triumph over Renee
Schuurman of South Africa. Miss
Hard, runnerup to Althea Gibson
here in 1957, and seeded No. 4
breezed past Una Hultkrantz of
Sweden 6-1, 6-0.
Miss Fageros, a blond stunner
who often plays in glistening gold
panties, defeated Mrs. C. T. Clark
of Britain 6-3, 7-5. Miss Arnold,
who stands five-feet-one, trounced
Jane Fulton of Britain 6-1, 6-1.
Miss Johnson, a 29-year-old
school marm who saved money
for the Wimbledon adventure, up-
set Anne Shilcock, veteran British
Wightman Cup Player, 6-1, 3-6,
6-2.
U.S. Women Lose
Two U. S. women lost their'
opening matches. Linda Vail of
Oakland, Calif.,,fell before Deidre
Catt of Britain 6-3, 6-1. Carmen
Lampe of Forest Hills, N. Y., lost'

to Italy's attractive Silvana Laz-
zarino 8-6, 5-7, 8-6. The latter
was one of the best matches of
the day.
The ladies held the center of
the stage on this .second day of
the famed tennis competition,
played in muggy weather under
threatening skies.
Spin Shots Tricky
Miss Moore, Wimbledon Junior
Champion last year, had trouble
with Miss Muller's tricky spin
shots in the early going and found
herself one set down and trailing
2-5 in the second.
At this point, on her own serv-
ice, Miss Moore had set point
against her at 30-40. She pulled
off a daring placement to deuce
the game and then began the
tough uphill battle to victory.

-Daily-Peter Anderson
SAILING ALONG-Sailiur club members use these fast, sleek
Jet 14's both for competition and Just plain sailing. The boats
are new and any beginner can easily operate them with a little
practice. The club will hold an open meeting for new members
Thursday night.

FOR NEW MEMBERS:
Sailing Club Holds Summer Meeting

By PETER ANDERSON
Summer Sports Editor

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Extra Fine
Tennis Rackets
from Pakistan
REASONABLE
INDIA ART
SHOP
330 Maynard Street

A'meeting of those interested in
joining the University Sailing Club
will be held tomorrow night at
7:30 p.m. in rooms 3R and 3S of
the Michigan Union.
At the meeting sailing club mem-
bers will explain the activities of
the club and show movies depict-
ing club events. Following the
movies, refreshments will be
served.
Membership in the club is open
to any student or employee of the
University. Previous sailing ex-
perience is unnecessary, and most
new members learn to sail after
joining the club. The club has a
fleet of seven boats. The boats,
Jet 14's were purchcased new last
year and are in fine shape.
Encourage Women
The club encourages women
students and employees to join.
Of the present sailing club mem-
bers almost half are women, show-
ing that members of the fair sex
enjoy sailing too.
The club has its headquarters
located at Base Lake which is 18
miles northwest of Ann Arbor.
Facilities at the lake site include a
dock, swimming raft, and boat
house.
Summer Activities
During the summer the club
plans to sponsor several activities.
Included in these are weekend
moonlight sails and picnics. In ad-
dition swimming facilities are

available and a beach is provided.
For those unaccustomed to sail-
ing and nautical terms a "shore
school" is held each week.
This summer the club plans to
hold an invitational regatta. It will
be held sometime in late July or
early August. Teams from Wiscon-
sin. Ohio State, Michigan, Wayne
and possibly other schools will be
invited to attend.
Fourth in National
In national competition held
June 17-19, the club garnered
fourth place with Harvard plac-
ing first; Boston, second; and
Princeton third. The only other
Big Ten team to place was the In-
diana squad which placed sixth.
The team also represented the
Midwest in the Regatta for the
Lipton Cup held June 15 and 16
in which they were beaten 5-1 by
a strong New England squad.
This is the third straight year the
team has represented the Midwest.

Next Fall the club will compete
in more than ten regattas, some of
which will be held as far away as
Annapolis.
Dropo Traded
To Baltimore
CINCINNATI UP) -- The Cin-
cinnati Reds traded Walt Dropo,
big, 35-year-old first baseman to
the Baltimore Orioles for Whitey
Lockman yesterday.
Dropo spent most of his base-
ball career in the American
League and equalled a major
league record when he made 12
consecutive hits for Detroit in
1952. So far this season he has
made four hits in 15 times at bat.
Lockman, veteran of National
League competition, has a .224
batting average on 15 hits.

BARGAIN CORNER
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Wash 'n Wear, sanforized, assorted
colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. W1
BUSINESS SERVICES
New coffee pot?
Can openers?
Dishes of all kinds--
all this and more too at Ralph's
Kitchen Hardware Department.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
Don't Miss
Those Wonderful
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"BUYS"
at the Dillon Shops
beginning today
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Most frames replaced
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USED CARS
1954 BUICK Special Hardtop, xecellent
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1958 VOLKSWAGON, light gray, ex-
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Good condition, extras, reasonable.
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and 9:00 and 11 :30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

HELP WANTED
LIFE GUARD: weekends. Call UPtown
8-9715, Mrs. Markowitz or Mr. Bolton.
H3
PERSONAL
ROOMMATE WANTED: To share spa-
cious 5 room apartment, with swim-
min pool. $90 from now 'till Sept. 1.
NO 5-7356. Flo
RENT parking spaces right on campus.
For the summer session. Ask for
Monte Nagler at NO 2-3241 daytimes
or phone NO 8-6377 evenings. F2
BUSINESS PERSONAL
MERRY ELLEN SCHOOL at 1706 Pauline
Blvd., Ann Arbor, invites you to en-
roll your emotionally disturbed, slow-
learning, or retarded child. Visit
school while still in session. Closing
July 1st. Telephone NO 3-3879. FF1
REAL ESTATE
TWENTY-THREE modern apartments,
one block from campus, profitable.
NO 2-1443. R2
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM and/or Board, excellent meals at
Tappan International House. Call Mrs.
Griffee at NO 5-5703. El
TRANSPORTATION
Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St.
NO 3-4156
Fords and Other Fine 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
G1
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WANTED TO RENT: Two bedroom
house or downstairs apartment, neigh-
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children. Twelve month lease. Send
details to William Connors, Ohio Wes-
leyan University, Delaware, Ohio.
L2

FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT for girls, % block
from campus. 1218 Washtenaw. NO
8-7942 for arrangements . C12
FURNISHED : Campus apts., 1 or 2
bdrms.Boys, girls, families. Single
beds. Summer rates and fall rates.
344 S. Division. Also caretaker apt.
C11
COOL COMFORT-Everything you want
in an Ann Arbor apaartment.
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HURRY - Call NO 2-3036 after 5
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after 5 P.M. or Pontiac FE 2-6681.
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DISTANCE {
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Netter Erickson Wins
In NCAA Tournament

ONE BLOCK from campus, modern apts.
514 So. Forest. NO 2-1443. Cl
ON CAMPUS: A nice two room, fur.
nished, all utilities, private bath,
additional services. $80; with garage,
$88.50. NO 8-7234. C2
SUMMER AND FALL: % block from
U. High, 2 blocks from campus, re-
frigerator available, free off street
parking, weekly cleaning, storage
space. Student Management, Singles
-$10; doubles-$7.50; 2 room suite
(3 or 4) $6.50. 701 S. Forest, NO 2-9301.
C3
AT 1011 E. UNIVERSITY, student rooms.
For men at summer rates. Singles and
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Free Estimates

Michigan netter Jon Erickson
advanced to the fourth round of
the NCAA Tennis Tournament
yesterday as the result of his win
over Bill Heinbecker of Notre
Dame, 6-4, 2-6, 6-0.
In doubles competition Erickson
teamed up with Gerry Dubie to
win by default from Jim Fedigan
and Bob Mooty of Trinity College.
In other action the Michigan
team of Larry Zaitzeff and Wayne

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Major League
Standings

Peacock were beaten by a Stan-
ford duo, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1.
Zaitzeff lost to Don Ralph of
North Dakota 4-6, 6-2, 0-6.
In perhaps the toughest third
round match at Northwestern
University's courts, Bob Nichols of
Georgia Tech rallied from a 3-6
first-set thumping to defeat Stan-
ford's Jim Jeffries, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Second-seeded Don Dell of Yale
vanquished an old Ivy League ri-
val, Harvard's Bob Bowditch, 6-1,
6-1, while third-seeded Ron
Holmberg of Tulane whipped Har-
ry Doyle of Washington, 6-2, 6-1.
Other seeded victors included
Jerry Moss of Miami (Fla.), No. 4
over Richard Keeton, Texas, 6-2,
6-1; Crawford Henry, Tulane, No.
5 over Jack Kennedy, New Mexico,
6-2, 6-1; Ned Neely, Georgia Tech,
No. 6, over Bob Hill, San Jose
State, 6-2, 6-1; Jon Erickson,
Michigan, No. 7, over Bill Hem-
becker, Notre Dame, 6-4, 5-7, 6-1;
and Notre Dame's Max Brown,
No. 8, over Yale's John Clark, 6-0,
6-2.
Although today;s fourth round
will not bring any test between
seeded players, a standout match
could be the meeting of two Big
Ten stars, conference champion
Erickson of Michigan and Iowa's
Art Andrews.

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Typewriter RENTALS
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SPECIAL RATES TO SUMMER STUDENTS
Dealer for A. B. Dick Mimeographs and Supplies
MOUJLLS

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
leveland 35 27 .565 -
hicago 34 30 .531 2
altimore 34 31 .523 21
etroit 34 31 .523 2
ew York 33 31 .516 3
ansas City 28 34 .452 7
Vashington 29 36 .446 71
oston 28 35 .444 71;
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Detroit (N)
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Washington at Chicago
Baltimore at Cleveland
New York at Kansas City
Boston at Detroit

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Bumping and Painting
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LEARN TO PLAY Hammond Spinet or-
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

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38
38
37
36
33
30
30
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L Pct.
28 .576
30 .559
33 .529
33 .522
33 .500
35 .462
36 .455
39 .391
GAMES

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YESTERDAY'S

Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N)
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N)
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Chicago at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at Los Angeles

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WELCOME
DASCOLA BARBERS
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Elizabeth and Philip-
the Royal Sports Fans
Sports and competition are a British royal
tradition. Read about the Queen's racing
stables, Prince Philip's yachting and polo
in this week's special Royal Tour issue
of the Star Weekly. Look for the BLUE
COVER.

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NOT THE LIGHTEST TOUCH of an iron do
any of these Cotton and Dacron blends and
cool cottons need ... for they are made to
hang, up and drip dry! This makes them a
pleasure and a delight for any girl on a
summer visit with a tight date schedule or
on the campus-And they are just as ideal
for the business woman.
AT LEFT is two-piece drip-n'dry
matching cotton separates.
THE BLOUSE: $3.95
SKIRT: $6.95
BERMUDAS: $5.95

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