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THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y'

'WEDNESDAY, JULY S, 1959

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Win All-Star

Classic

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PITTSBURGH OP) - Willie.
Mays' 438-foot triple to the ivy-
covered right-center field wall in
the eighth inning gave the fa-
vored National League a 5-4 vic-
tory over the Americai. League
yesterday in the 26th All-Star
Game.
Roy Face, Pittsburgh's unbeat-
en relief ace who hasn't lost since
May 30, 1958, was knocked out of
the box in the top half of the
eighth by Gus Triandos' two-outc
double that pushed the Americans1
ahead briefly 4-3. But Johnny An-
tonelli of San Francisco savedI
face and grabbed the victory by'
throwing only six pitches.
A lead-off, pinch single by Ken
Boyer of St. Louis, a sacrifice by

Pittsburgh's Dick Groat and a
run-scoring single by Milwaukee's
Hank Aaron preceded the smash.
by Mays of the San Francisco
Giants. The two runs came off'
veteran Whitey Ford Hof the New.
York Yankees who had started
the eighth.
Quiet Until Sixth
A quiet, orderly affair in the
first six innings while Vice-Presi-
dent Nixon and a capacity crowd
basked in the warm sunshine, this
game erupted into a frenzied
battle of pinch hitters and pinch
runners down the stretch.
Casey Stengel, the presiding
genius of the New York Yankees,
shuffled his talent so generously

AT SWITZERLAND MEET:
German Dash Runner
Sets world Records

Z U R I C H, Switzerland ( P) --
Martin Lauer of West Germany
last night bettered the world rec-
ord for the 110-meter hurdles and
then was clocked. in the fastest
time ever for the 200-meter
hurdles around a turn.
The German's time was 13.2
seconds for 110 meters and 22.5
for the 200. His clocking for the
shorter race clipped two-tenths of
a second off the listed world mark
of :13.4 held jointly by Jack Da-
vis of Glendale; Calif., and Milt
Campbell of Plainfield, N. J.
The world record for;the 200 on
a straightaway is 22.1 seconds set
by American Elias Gilbert of Win-
Champ Makes
Swedish Movie
STOCKHOLM (M - Heavy-
weight Champion Ingemar Jo-
hansson will play a bit part in the
film "The Man in the Middle," a
spokesman for the Swedish film
company Freja said yesterday.
The film stars Anthony Steele,
and Johansson's scene will be shot
Thursday. Ingemar Inakes- an un-
expected entry while Steele, as an
American newspaper man visiting
Stockholm, is conversing with a
Swede who has seen" the. cham-
pionship fight and is bragging
about it.

ston-Salem at Raleigh, N. C., May
17, 1958.
American Charlie Tidwell's time
of :22.7 is listed in the record
books as the fastest for the 200
meter hurdles around a turn.
Lauer ran the 200 about an
hour after his record-breaking
run in the 100. It was announced
at the international meet that his,
200 also broke a world record but
this was disputed later. Some offi-
cials said a new ruling by the In-
ternational Amateur Athletic Fed-
eration required hurdles records
to be set on a curved track.
In New York, however, Dan
Ferris, honorary secretary of the
American Amateur Athletic Union
(AAU), said world records for the
200 meter hurdles may be made
either on a straightaway or on a
curved track.
In both races Willie May of
Blue Island, IV.,, finished second
to Lauer. May was timed in :13.6
and :22.9. Lauer grabbed .the lead
early in each race and pulled
away steadily.
Lauer recently established a
European record of :13.5 for the
110 meter hurdles.
The 110 was run under excel-
lent conditions shortly before sun-
set on a fast track. There was a
light following wind of 1.9 meters
per second, a tenth of a second
within the permissible limit.
In other races Bill Woodhouse
of Abilene Christian of Texas cap-
tured the 100 meter dash in 10.4
seconds and Ernie Cunliffe of
Stanford finished fourth in the
800 meter run. The 800 was won
by Germany's Paul Schmidt in
1:47.7.

that six different men appeared
in the seventh position in the bat-
ting order, originally inhabited' by
Washington's Harmon Killebrew.
One of them,* Pete Runnels of
Boston, was taken out for anoth-
er pinch hitter, Roy Sievers of
Washington, before he ever got to
the plate.
But in the end it was Mays'
long drive off Ford that wrapped
up the National victory, closing
the American League's series lead
to 15-11.
Smash to Wall
Willie's smash sailed over the
head of Detroit's Harvey Kuenn
in right center. The ball bounced
against the scenic wall near the
438-foot mark while Aaron
dashed home with the winning
run. The San Francisco center-
fielder reached third-and stayed
there.
A paid attendance of 35,277 -
full capacity - was announced
although only 34,763 showed up
at Forbes Field on this perfect
afternoon for baseball. They
watched Los Angeles' Don Drys-
dale throw three perfect innings
at the Americans and saw Lew
Burdette of Milwaukee give up
only one run - a homer by Al
Kaline of Detroit in the fourth-
during his three-inning stint.
Wynn Steady
After Chicago's Early Wynn,
the American starter, yielded a
first-inning homer to Milwaukee's
Ed Mathews, he settled down and
allowed no more scoring during
his three-inning workout. Ryne
Duren, the Yanks' fireballing re-
lief man, whirled through three
shutout innings, fanning four,
leaving with the score tied at 1-1
after six innings..
Drysdale's pitching was a thing
of beauty. He wentto three balls
on only one batter, and struck
him out, the handsome 22-year-
old righthander struck out four
while retiring his nine men in
succession.
The homer that Mathews hit
sailed over the screen into the
lower right field stands.
Kaline Homers
Kaline, who hadn't played in a
week after undergoing corrective+
surgery for a fractured cheek-
bone, had expected to play only
three innings. But he stayed'
around long enough to smash a
fourth inning 3-2 pitch through
the branches of a tree, just out-
side the wall in left field about.
390 feet away.
The Nationals broke the tie by
ripping into Jim Bunning of De-
troit for two runs in the seventh.;
After Ernie Banks of Chicago col-3
lected his second double, a blast
off the screen around a light1
tower near the scoreboard in left,:
Bunning retired the next two
batters.

RIVAL MANAGERS IN ALL-STAR GAME-Casey Stengel, left,
manager of the New York Yankees, and Fred Haney of the
Milwaukee Braves were all smiles at a news conference yesterday
as they announced their batting orders for the All-Star baseball
game. Stengel led the American League team and Haney the
National League.
Bantamweight Title Contest
Pits Becerra Against Halimni

FOR RENT,
FOR RENT first semester only-Pro-
fessor's attractive 2 bedroom home.
Professional or grad student couple
or women wanted. Everything fur-
nished including gas. Near Ann Arbor
High School. Price discussed at inter-
view. Call NO 3-8473 afternoons. C25
3 ROOM large apartment to share with
one person. One block from campus.
$40 a month. Call after 5 P.M., NO
3-7393. C24
ROOMS FOR RENT for girls. % block
from campus. 1218 Washtenaw. NO
8-7942 for arrangements. C12
CAMPUS clean, 4 room furnished
apartment, $70. NO 3-4322. C
3 BEDROOM furnished apt. for 4 girls
or 4 boys. Includes silver and dishes.
Tastefully decorated by interior dec-
orator. Convenient Liberty St. loca-
tion. $160 per month, including heat
and water. Phone NO 3-5098 evenings.
C19
ROOMS FOR MEN: Quiet. Campus area.
Linens furnished. Low rent. NO 3-4747.
C15
SINGLE ROOM, private bath, linens,
near campus and hospital. NO 5-5605.
C13
ONE BLOCK from campus, modern apts.
514 So. Forest. NO 2-1443. Cl
FURNISHED:yCampus apts., 1 or 2
bdrms. Boys, girls, families. Single
beds. Summer rates and fall rates.
344 S. Division. Also caretaker apt.
Cii
FOR SALE
FOR RENT OR SALE: Zimmer house
trailer, over two hundred square feet
of floor space, Servel refrig., gas
stove, gas heater and bathroom fa-
ciities. Needs handy-man to put into
A-1 condition. Only $450. Will ar-
range terms. Call GE 8-8391. B7
CHESS SETS: 2 hand-carved Austrian
(figurines). One English ivory. One
German plastic (figurines). Call after
7, HUnter 2-4056. B6
LARGE COLLECTION of classical mu-
sic: piano, opera scores and organ.
Wide selection of Bach and Mozart.
Also Conn flute, $50. Call after 7,
Hunter 2-4056. B5
FOR SALE: % ton quiet, automatic
room air conditioner. Used 3 months.
Call NO 3-0047 after 5. B8
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
Complete line of HiFi components
including kits; complete service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
ments.
HI Fl STUDIO
1317 South University
1 block east at Campus Theatre
Phone NO 8-7942
X2
LEARN TO PLAY Hammond Spinet or-
gan. $15 per month, includes lesson
in our studio. Rent a Spinet piano
of your own choice-$10 per month.
GRI NNELL'S
323 S. Main NO 2-5667
xl

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .80 2.00 2.96
3 .96 2.40 3.55
4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786
BUSINESS PERSONAL
CAMPUS: 23 apartments, 2 houses,
modern, profitable. NO 2-1443. FF2
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARDERS WANTED: Good food at
reasonable prices. Short walk from
campus. Call Hse. Mgr. at NO 2-8312.
E2
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
Have a
Foreign Car?
Is it running smoothly?
If not .bring it to
MichiganEuropean Car Corp.
We service Foreign Cars.
Michigan European Car
Corporation
313 S. Ashley
S5
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & guaranteed. See
us for the best price on new &
used tires. Road service-mechanjc
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
52
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
61
BARGAIN CORNER
MEN'S SKIP-dent short-sleeve sport
shirts. $1.39, 2 for $2.50. Wash 'n Wear,
sanforized, assorted colors. Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. W1
USED CARS
1953 STUDEBAKER, 6 cylinder with
overdrive. $200. See between 5-6 P.M.
at 510 Lawrence, apt. 6. N15
'56 OLDS cony., all power, white walls,
leather seats, new top, sharp. $1,395.
NO 2-1443. N5
PERSONAL
WANT TO rent, swap or exchange 9
room house in Flint, three blocks
from U. of M. campus for comparable
accommodations in Ann Arbor. Call
NO 8-8712. F13
LESSONS in singing and speaking,
Carol F. Westerman, NO 8-6584. F9

LOS ANGELES (P) - Fellow
countrymen of young Jose Becer-
ra of Mexico swarmed into town
yesterday to pull for their latest
idol to win the World Bantam-
weight Championship.
Miller Loses
In Tourney

Values to $29.95
at
THE DILLON
SHOPS

But the titleholder, Alphonse
Halimi of France, remained the
general choice to retain the crown
in the 15-round nationally tele-
vised fight tonight.
It goes on in Los Angeles' new
six million dollar Memorial Sports
Arena at 7 p.m., Pacific Daylight
Time. TV coverage will be blacked
out for a radius of some 300 miles.
There will be no radio broadcast.
The latest word from the bet-
ting fraternity was 8-5 on Halimi,
with some money going at 2-1.
In any event, this clash of the
top two 118-pounders in the world
shapes up as a fight well worth
seeing.
Neither is the waltzing, clinch-
ing type and both can belt with
either hand.
Matchmaker George Parnassus,
who made the fight, indicated yes-
terday that his previous estimate
of a gate close to $150,000 might
be bettered if tickets keep moving
today as they have the last few
days..
This will be Halimi's second de-
fense of the title he won April 1,
1957, when he outpointed Mario
D'Agata of Italy in 15 rounds in
Paris.
The 27-year-old native of
French Algeria made his first de-
fense here at Wrigley Field when
he closed strong to win a 15-round
decision over another Mexican
hero, Raul (Raton) Macias.

BUSINESS SERVICES
JULY SALE
ofa
Rain and Shine Coats,
and Dusters
at $7.00, $10.00, $14.98.

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TYPING, all kinds done professionally,
reasonable rates, will call for and
deliver. NO 5-6713. J14
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
J'8
CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
Most frames replaced
while you wait.
Broken lenses duplicated.
FAST service on all repairs.
240 NICKELS ARCADE
NO 2-9116 NO 8-6019
J6
TYPING : Thesis, Term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. 1,8-7,590.
J11
TRANSPORTATION
WOULD LIKE female rider to' Texas
during first week of August. Cal
NO 2-7386 after 6 P.M. 06
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.

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3 BIG GROUPS
6.80
8.80
10.80
Values to 19.95

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Salesman's Samples are the best buy
in the store because they are hand-
lasted and handstained to plese the
most c ritical merchant. Many styles
to chcoose from -Cordovans, grains,
polished calf and kid. Sport and dress
shoes.

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