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vr-vr vt 1 THE STATE JOURNAL C-8 Sot, June 1, 1968 Weiskopf Bows Out With an 83 Aaron Grabs Lead at Atlanta held the dubious record of shooting the lowest score in the first round and the highest in the second. "I'm embarrassed," said Weiskopf after a disastrous 83 put him out of the $115,000 tournament despite his opening 68, which had given him the first-round lead. Aaron rolled into the lead with a 70 for a 36-hote total of 139, two strokes better than runnerup Bob Lunn. Jack Nicklaus was third at 142 and a handful of veterans were deadlocked at 144. ATLANTA (AP) Affluent Tom Weiskopf is learning how to live with adversity on the golf course while unlucky 'Tommy Aaron is starting to enjoy the game.

Aaron, 31-year-old Georgian 'who is still looking for his first tournament title in nine sea- sons on the tour, was two shots in front of the field going into today's third round of the At-; lanta Classic. Weiskopf, who at 25 has already won 185,000 this year, was out of the tournament and gained last, month at the Masters, when be marked down a higher score on the 71st hole for Roberto de Vicenzo than the Argentine actually shot De Vicenzo signed the incorrect card and was dropped from a tie for the Masters title to second place behind Bob cut at the Atlanta Classic also claimed Goalby, who had a36-holetotalof 152. "I felt bad about it," Aaron said, "but I wasn't going to quit the tour over it" Since that fiasco, Aaron said, he has been playing steady The cutoff mark of 149, which trimmed the field to the low '70 scorers and ties, was the highest of the year on the tour. Only Aaron has beeri able to do much against the Atlanta Country Club course, which winds through the hilly Georgia forests. "This is the first time I've led a tournament this year," Aaron said, "but I've played better the past five weeks than at any other stretch in my career." Aaron said he has not been bothered by the notoriety he golf and he added that he has been helped at Atlanta; by Georgians' pulling for him to snap out of his winless streak.

"Nobody has come up to me and said anything about the Aaron said. "Why should they?" While Aaron was enjoying the game, Weiskopf was bewildered by his 11-over-par round in which he had four double-bogeys and four bogeys. "Ldid the best I the former Ohio State standout said, "but I hit a lot of bad shots. I'm embarrassed and I'm disappointed. A lot of things are bothering me." Weiskopf declined to elaborate, but he is awaiting classification by his draft board after passing his Army physical.

"It was a bad day but it was only one day in my life," said Weiskopf who once had a reputation for a hot temper but was calm after the disastrous round. 4 Stolen Base Decides Title t't Ovid-Elsie Second at Fowlerville Sag Pllltrrce abrkM American League 4 0 0 0 Davis rf Hum ZB 4 110 4 0 0 0 49-70-139 70-71141 49-73142 72-71143 72-71143 49-74143 7447143 49-74143 73-70-143 4 12 1 Oakland Tommy Aaron Bob Lunn Jack Nicklaus OeWItt Weaver R. H. Sikes. Chris Blocker Allan Henning Don January Dick Mayer Gary, Player Kel Nagle Paul Bondesen Eldrldoa MIlM 3 00 1 3 110 ah hi abrhbl abrkM brkM 4 0 0 0 Campnrs ss 5 0 10 SOI Tover 3b 7 0 10 APerlcIO 7 0 11 FOWLERVILLE A daring steal of home in the sixth inning 10 0 0 ill Divanprt 3b Miy cf McCovey lb Oliver pr Hart If Marshall rf Dietz -Lanier ss Cllne ph McCrmck 4 0 10 McCraw lb 4 0 10 Versalles it 4 0 10 Parker lb 3 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 0 0 0 0 Colavlto rf 4 0 10 Fairly rf 3 010 Bailey 3b 4 0 10 Falrev If 3 0 10 Popov kh 2b 1 0 0 0 Torborg 3 0 0 0 Drysdale 1 ft 10 11 0 0 0 oreoioro id 4 0 0 0 5 0 00 0000 10 0 0 by Jim Ureche enabled Swartz 1 1 a Prlddv 1000 3 0 10 3 0 10 2000 3 0 00 0 000 4 0 0 0 Creek to nip Ovw-Elsie, 3-2, in Carew 2b Miller Ollva rf KHIeVew lb Allison If Uhlaendr cf ZJmmrmn Quillci or Look the title game of the rowiervuie 4 0 0 0 MeNertny 0 12 1 Oivls It 0 0 2 0 Vou rf 3 0 10 Joseohson 0 0 0 0 McMahon mi School 3b reoosl is Hlnton cf Mlnchar lb Reichardt Hallrf Rodger Knoop 2b Satriano 2b Ellis Krkptrck ph Rolas Morton ph Wrioht ago 111 2 0 0 0 Of 1 4 0 0 0 Donaidsn 2b Site Bando 3b 4 0 0 0 Robinson If 5 0 2 0 Jackson rf 4 110 Pegllaroni 4 113 Cater lb 3 000 Gosgercf 2 0 0 0 Hershbrgr If 2 0 0 0 Dobson 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 73-70-143 72-71143 72-72144 1 49-75144 74-70144 70,74144 7074144 74-70-144 69.75-144 74-71145 af-71 145 73-72145 Totals 34 0(0Total PERSISTENT TOMMY Still looking for his first victory In eight years on the pro tour.

Tommy Aaron Friday moved into the lead in the $115,000 Atlanta Golf Classic by a two-stroke margin. Here, he explodes out of a trap and into position for a par. (UPI Telephoto) Prep Baseball tourney here Fri George Boutell Lee Trevino Monty Kaser Rocky Thompson Bert Yancey Chuck Courtney 00 4 0 2 0 40 10 22373 iooto 101a 3 San Frenctsce Ml 3 0 2 0 Keriwrthy 3b 4 I 4 0 0 0 0 day. Ureche's heroics broke a 2-2 2 0 10 Barry cf Rarrv Hernendi St gim a a a cmim 2b nostra pn 30 10 2 0 0 0 Kermit zarley Bob Murohv 1 0 0 0 Alomar 2b -Marshall. Bailey, Drysdale.

DP-San Francisco 1. LOB-San Francisco Los Angeles t. 3B-Colevlta. Parker 2. SB- 0000 0 0 0 0 Peter Perranock a Jim Grant Totals 33J3Totals 30050 Kul Bh 1 0 0 0 Locker a Ron Cerrudo 72-75145 71-74-145 75-70145 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 wavn, pamar.

b-erysaate- s-Bover. rarb Jerry McGee deadlock which had prevailed since the third inning, enabling 20-game winner Jim Pertler to beat Dave Dubois in a powerful pitching duel. Ces Garcia drove Oakland California Grand Rapids JC 75-70-145 Worthngtn 0 0 0 0 Wood Clark 2b 2 0 0 0 Causey ph Merrirt 1 0 0 0 Wllhelm Roseboro ph 0 0 0 0 Snyder If Mccormick 44 07322 0 Drysdale 4-3 a 0 0 2 7 Forward Pass Seeks 2 0 00 DP California I. LOB California 5. Doug senders Tony Jacklln Bob McCalllster Gay Brewer Bruce Devlin nr-mcirmicK.

I -i cr. Baseballers Win 70-09145 73-72145 72-73-145 72-73145 70-75145 Oakland 4. 2b Donaldson. HR Rodgtrsj Rollins 3b 4 0 0 0 fot.it mill M2.M2 Totals both Ovid-Elsie runs home with George Archer abrkM abrkM in. so nersnnerger.

a mmcner. IP rerbksa ElliS 1 4 0 0 3) aoss One out when winning run Minnesota 000 000 100 Scored at n- GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Kessinger ss Beckert lb a first inning single. Dubois had pitched five in 4 0 0 0 Davis cf 3 110 Menke 2b 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 4 00 0 Roias 2 1 0 0 0 0 Wright 5-1 2 0 0 0 1 0 Chieaea I 0 Staub lb Triple Crown Today ago 001 MO ooo 01 1 2, Alomar. DP Minneso-7.

LOB Minnesota 13. Williams if Santo 3b Banks lb nings of hitless ball Thursday, in I nomas rf in Jill a 7 II 4 4 id. Hernandez ta 1. Chleaoo 0 wvnn 4 12 Villanova I A 0.4I3. 91 Ovid-Elsie's 9-0 semi-final vic Aperlcio, Chicago 13.

2B-Uhlender, (AP) Defending champion Ba- cone College of Muskegon and Ferrum College of Virginia were eliminated Friday from the 1 Aspromnt 3b 4 0 0 0 Bafanun 9BI9 Johnson rf Hundley Hickman cf (4). Merrill. Ken worthy. HR Allison tory over HasletL 0 0 0 Brand 10 0O National League NEW YORK (AP) Forward! ness. He also won the Derby williamston captured tourney ip ft I 0 Jenkins Torres si 2 0 10 I Causey, Alomar.

Merrirt Perranoskl Near.W4A a a 1111 Dtarkar a lean Mangier pn with Middleground. 0 0 0 1 nirnmni ahrbal Pass went after a Belmont Stakes victory today in a bid to krkM The trainer defied tradition by consolation honors, edging Hasten, 6-5 in eight innings. Jack Mellen produced thewinning run National Junior College Baseball Tournament 4 110 Roles 2b oral a lOiaiS 71 I 71 CMcagg 00100101 putting apprentice iockevs on 2 2 31-3 6 1- 3 2- 3 Rose rf Ruiz 2b Pimm rf 4111 Brlgg cf 1 3 7 0 become racing's ninth Triple usieo lzMta I DPhlcaai I lOirhlrMA A uim Bacone lost to Glendale, when he singled home Phil Ever Track Title PHILADELPHIA AP) Vil ft! 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Ryan 4 2 2 1 Gonzeta 4 0 1 Cannon iiez if Worth ington Miller 0-1 Peters Locker wood Wilheim Prkkfy McMahon 1-0 Patera faced 1 Crown winner and first since Ci Bold Venture and Middleground for their Derby victories. Ira Hanford rode Bold Venture and 10-2, and Ferrum fell before 3 ett, who had doubled, with two tation in 1948. JB-Manka, Wynn.

SB-Thomas. spftrarbft Jenkins 3-5 7 1 3 3 4 4 A. Johnsn If Whitfield lb McCoM Culver Perez 3b Bench out in the bottom of the eighth. The Calumet Farm colt win lanova virtually wrapped up its 4 0 11 Taylor 3b 4 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 pelrvmple 0 0 0 3010 fufhertnd Ph 1 1 0 F-Iil? In 7th. Bill Boland was on Middle- Grand Rapids, 5-1, in the losers' bracket of the double-elimination tourney.

Earlier tournament highlights Dlerker S-7 9 4 HBP-by Merrltt (AAcCraw), by Miller ninui 1C4A track and field ner of the Kentucky Derby after ground. WP-Jankin. A-21JJB2. leerryi. I y.es.

Cardenas SS Nolan D. Jhnsn oh championship in 12 years Fri included a 14 strikeout performance by Ed Youatt of Haslett in Dancer's Image was disquali ill! Pane ss 1II0L Jacksn If Hirsch is slowing down, you iiV.a Farrell May lb i St. Li Bradr If abrkM can prove it by the record. abrkM a 5-0 first round upset of Howell, day, qualifying 11 individual performers and a pair of relay fied ana of the Freakness a romp, headed up a field of nine Baltimore -Blair cf Blefary rf Motion If 24 11 1 fatal 4 0 10 4 10 0 the recently concluded Aque and a 9-0, no-hit victory over Totals eols agio t-oy 3b 4 0 0 0 Jones 2b 4 0 10 Vstrimsk If 1 3-year-olds in the teams for today finals at 3 00 0 Williamston by Jim Cole of Cbidmatl silo Bosch cf 5 13 1 Jones If 4 0 10 Swoboda rf 4 0 10 Grote 2 010 Charles 3b 4 0 11 Goosse lb 4 0 0 0 Llnz 2h 3 0 10 Harrelson rf 3 0 10 duct meeting he sent 60 horses postward and 24 of them came Powell lb lb 3 000 Franklin Field. 010002 200-0 010 210 010-4 ed, l'o-imte Belmont.

4 4 0 0 Flood cf Maris rf Cepeda lb McCarver Shennno 3b Javier 2b Manvill ss Swartz Creek. B. Rorisn in 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 Missing from the field for the We're just in it now for sec 3b 400 0 2b 0 000 im 4 00 0 PLAY FOOSBALL a th HOUSE OF ROYALTY iVtemorial Wogkond 2120 S. Cedar Sponsored By Year Football Dealer Midst ate Dbtrfeotlng Ca. Phone 4(2-224 Johnson I E-Whltfleld.

White. Pena. DP-PhlUdet- back winners. smim cr Scott lb Petrocelll ss Howard 3 0 Burara Wednesday Results Belmont Park classic was Dane in ond place," said Jim Kehoe, phla. 3.

LOB-ClnclnnaN a. Philadelphia. 3. B-Beneh J. Sutherland.

3B-A. Johnson. 4 0 0 0 Weiss ss iooo 10 2 0 10 10 Etchebrrn And, as an aide put it, "Mr. 3 2 aster 200 4 0 10 seaver Belanger ss HR-Cailison (S), Whtti (3). SB-Brlggs.

S- 3 0 10 Bell 2 0 0 0 oh in eucnek Burhak er's Image, which was retired from racing by owner Peter RUIZ. Hirsch does not run horses claiming races." Totals coach of the Maryland team which had been given a chance to dethrone Jumbo Elliott's 3201 Totals 21020, 1000 Ip era so Swartz Creek I. Fowlerville 0 Ovid-Elsie 7, Perry I Haslett 5. Howell 0 Thursday Results Williamston 2. Dexter 1 Ovid-Elsie t.

Haslett 0 Swartz Creek t. Williamston 0 Harom F. Rbnsn ph Drabwsky Totals Baltimore 1 3 3 3 3 4 Fuller last Tuesday. 00 00 .300 3 0 Nolan 1-0 Mccool 002 090000 2 Totals Ml St. Lean Maw Yark 1112 Trainer Max Hirsch.

who has powerful Villanovans. 102 000 Ola 2 LOB-St. Louis 10. Culver L. Jackson Farrell 2-2 New York 38- been sending horses out of 1.

LOB Boston Morton. DP Boston 5 2-3 1 21-3 2 1 0 Brock. SB-McCarvar. Rain Idles 2 0 11 0 0 11 CONSOLATION GAME a. Baltimore 5.

HR Harrelson IV). Tasrrzemski (). a neti. Barns 1 and 2 at Belmont since 1905, was in charge of two of the Jester 3-2 9 2 0 0 0 7 12 101 00-5 001 MB 115 II Haslett Williamstea Seaver 2-5 BBBBBB Raise Your Average MBeM OPEN BOWLING DAY OB NIGHT AT METRO BOWL Logan Jolly TU 2-8226 2 2 3 7 Maryland suffered when defending javelin champion Wayne Donelon finished fifth in the event won by Villanova's Jim Shillow with a toss of 234 feet, 6 inches. The Atlantic I 2 I i A-41A7S.

wr-seaver. Belmont hopefuls Mrs. Adele Jim Armstrong. Ed Youett C) and Mag- PUtsaorgk abrkM 1 1 Hardin 0-2 Orabowsky Bell 4-1 brkM 110 2 0 0 10 Rand's Call Me Prince and Rob lie. Smith (4).

Jerry Neigh and Chuck Meers. 0 m. aiou ct 4 00 0 4 100 3 112 a Paoan 3b 200 hits Hatlett pete Raonael z. rick ert J. Kleberg's Draft Card.

2 Stargell If Gopher Nine MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) A steady rain forced the can Cecil 3. Williamston Phil Everett 2 (dou Cleveland abrkM 4 0 0 0 Brown ss Post time for the lV4-miIe Clemente rf Clendenn lb ble). Jack Meilen, Tim Cogswell Neign brkM 2 10 1 3 111 F. AkW cf Jackson ss.

H. Aaron rf Francona If Lum rf Johnson lb Beyer 3b Mlllan 2b Tillman classic was approximately 5:30 Concluded from Page C-l Coast Conference champions also lost valuable points in the long jump when Villanova's 4 0 0 1 Mava If 4 110 Harper If (double). Al Guiack, ciuiey, mean z. CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 1112 p.m., EDT, with national televi Mezeroax zb Alley ss May Tavlor WoUllpiTaftWI Unseref Stroud If Howard lb McMulln 3b Allen 2b Valentine rf Hansen ss Casanova Ortega HlooTns 0 cardinal cf 0 Horton lb Ovld-Eltle M0 MX) (2 1 cellation Friday of a showdown 4000 3 0 00 iooo 3010 100 0 Joo 1010 0000 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 sion coverage by CBS from 5 Vince Bizzarro surprised with a swartz creak 02 aoi 3 1 Niekro 4120 5:45 p.m. Azcue Alvls 3b Davalllla rf Dave Duhola and L.

D. Jones i Jim Per. between the University of Minnesota and Southern Illinois Uni 4011 3 000 4 120 3 13 1 3 100 fourth place, ahead of Maryland's Rich Clrner. 3 0 10 McBean Hiller ph Moose Jimenez ph Face Automotive Rust Proofing Steam Cleaning W. A.

HANDY CO. tier and Fred Delehantv. hi is: ovio-Eisie one a 7, ces rjarcia, Dubois, Winens. Swartz Creek Neumann Hirsch, at 87 the dean of American trainers, has saddled three Kentucky Derby winners start in Sunday's doubleheader. McLain (8-1) will probably go, and possibly John Hiller (2-1) against New York's Steve Bar Since Villanova's real nil puiier zo 1 000 Tientp 1111 a a Peterson Ph Z1Z3Z Tetlls ii a taws Letavis, pertier, urecne.

Baldwin strength is in the running versity, rated as co-favorites to win the National Collegiate Athletic Association District IV SSS01 Total ON 310 031 0 000 02 00O-2 Tatais Atlanta Plttsburgtl and four Belmont winners. 31! HI 000 NO 020-31 lis an Mx a Ph. IV 94171 MOS W. Saginaw ber (1-4 at Syracuse) and Fritz -McBean. Pagan.

StergeJL DP-Atlanta 2. Kleberg's Assault, who Hirsch baseball title. Some Twosome ttsbursn l. LOB-Atiema s. pnTsourgn z.

Peterson (2-2). events, Maryland apparently blew its chances for an upset by losing these important field event points to the loaded Wild 6 -Howard, way. DP-cleveiena 1. LOB-Wishington 5, Cleveland 4. IB-Howard.

considers the greatest horse he 2B-F. Alou, Mlllan. HR-Stargell (I). S- The game was rescheduled for Tiger ace Earl Wilson is still Niexro. f-Aaron z.

I sr ever trained, won the Triple ATLANTA. Ga. (AP) Evan mner, tasenovi, Peterson. zB-oavamio HRS-Mave (1). Horton (o).

Harper (4), SF-Fuller. Brown. S-Tlant. SB-Hortan. Saturday.

Both teams advanced to the Crown in 1946. nursing a bruised foot, which is one of those "day-to-day inju cats. gelist Billy Graham and televi ip rerbbse Niekro 5-3 3c2 2 3 7 McBean L5-4 4 1 4 3 0 2 Moose 2 1 0 0 0 2 Face 121100 sion star Dean Martin attracted The opening day program was second round of the double-elimi ries," according to Smith. his other Belmont winners were Vito in 1928, Middleground I Bowl In Cool Comfort Ortega 4-4 3 5 5 5 1 Hlgglns .4 3 3 2 1 Baldwin 1 2 0 0 0 top crowds Tuesday during a on the dull side. Only two re Willie Horton.

whose 14th HBP-Bv McBean (Mlllan). wp-Mcsean A-7J01. 0 4' nation tournament Thursday when Southern defeated Ohio, 6- in 1950 and High Gun in 1954. nam 7-4 3 practice round for the second cords were broken. Roland Mer- home run won Friday's game, He might have made the Bel annual Atlanta Classic Golf 3, and Minnesota beat Valpa- said he was "Just trying to get ntt, Maryland's spnnter, ran 9.4 in the 100-yard dash, better mont winner's circle in 1959 but Tournament.

for misfortune. Black Hills was rasio, 6-4, in 11 innings. Ohio and Valparaiso were also Neither will play in the tour on base" when he parked the ball in the left field stands. He has hit safely in 24 of the 28 ing the mark of 9.5. Villanova's Erv Hall ran 13.9 in the 120-high third and moving up deter nament which starts Thursday, but both will take part in minedly with about five-six scheduled to play Saturday and, the winner of that game will then City of Lansing NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE SOUTHSID6 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AREA hurdles, breaking the 14.1 IC4A games since returning to the teenths of a mile to go when he Wednesday's pro-amateur tune- play the winner of the Southern lineup April 20, following the col mar he snared with tnree oth ers.

fell and had to be destroyed. up. Illinois-Minnesota game late in lision with Ray oyler. Hirsch, born July 30, 1880, on the day. The finals in the District ranch near Fredericksburg, IV tournament will be played ang an arnars ms may do pjnejfesrao yoor ennmneai ss lafrevy cainni ea became a jockey at 14 and following resetgtiea iligtsO by tha city council el the dry Lansing, Mlch- i am Detroit has now won 11 games Sunday.

May. r. 21, 19! rode until he was 20, when he by one run. buy Friday game is became a trainer. Ill PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT the first of these which wasn't clinched in the Tigers final turn He saddled his first winner in Bv PuMIe Sarvto aad MWiwan Giants Leader 'WW 1902 at New Orleans and he FQflQE at bat.

RESOLVED, by the City CeajncH af the City of Lansing: That the special asasasmenf rU for storm and sanitary hasn't stopped. Ernie Koy. former University All a part af sevmsio wpjar Riga scnoei and sanitary sewers contract ps 7M5S Hirsch first won the Kentucky of Texas athlete, led the New Derby in 1936 with Bold Ven The Tigers jhave reached their York Giants in rushing last sea SANITARY ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. HI ture, which also won the Preak season hign-water mark of 12 son with 704 yards on 146 car CBVBMTW ALLOW. 1 VO.

4f ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 111. PS NO. I407S Sanitary. PROPERTY BENE- Take Silk (Barrow) 13.40 5.10 3.10 games over the .500 mark at 28 ries for a 4.8 average.

sitedi an iMiaa trontuia an whim a.va. tram ana of eaussma sowar ilhs Hazel Park FRIDAY'S RESULTS Old Sober Sides (Baldwin) 4.40 3.20 51-45 Oatta Oranda Sgb.l la Benfen Blvd. (Lata 17-51 Delta Or ando Sab.1 ex- IS or a .638 percentage 68! sany lee inoimes) a.uo all pgMic streets and alloys a amer lanos aaomao net oener "eo. PIBST CLM 1VJ1I ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. Ill, PS NO.

4724 SaaHary. PROPERTY BEN EIGHTH 3 YO A UP 4V. I points higher than Boston's win ning mark last season. HASS an Samantha St. tram Alaha St.

west fa PITED: All land Livlana (Holmes) 1.00 4.20 2.50 Trusfv Eva (VanHockl 1.00 3.20 Plv the Green (Balrd) 4.20 3.00 front ina Pleasant Ridge Sab. No. 1 axceatlnt an agMie streets 4 Lets 45 ft 47 af Tabbit (Camnbell) 11.10 5.20 Atlanta Ties, But Keeps Lead Rigsan (Snyder) 2.40 alleys I Charming Alibi (Holmes) 2.80 SECOND CLM 1 A 4 YO MDNS. 4tt I Ltcal Notici ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. Ill, PS NO.

07123 nailery. PROPERTY BENE NINTH CLM 4 YO A UP 1 Fall Pride (Whlted) 11.00 5.20 4.20 On A Staoa (Snyder) 7.40 4.20 FITED: All land treating an S. Cedar St. fW. steal from 473 S.

Me Gemini (Walt) 19.00 1.60 5.40 STATE OF MICHIGAN Circuit Court south to Jut A Man excepting eu buhk streets ana alleys DQ-Reigning court (Nicnoisoni v-ou! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS itsawonoer (wniieoi 3. to Esscay (Cava) 7.00 ROWAN ALAN NYE, Plaintiff i DAILY DOUBLE 3-2 PAID 537.00 thelma Nye. DerenoenT. TWIN DOUBLE (0-7-1M)-4AID Sl.027.40 ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. Ill, PS NO.

07110 Sanitary. PROPERTY BENE; The Atlanta Chiefs still lead the North American Soccer AMENDED URUEK IU AHOWEK Ftla No. 7I51.S pitedi All lanes iremwa mm TSIIBn CLM 1YO. 1 nt acre private araaarty from 4700 Interceptor wwaaaifaj aU agMic street kefawttaa. S.

Coder aateeriy Mua Late On Aortl 25. 1941. an action was filed Northville Downs League's Atlantic Division to Papadero (VanHoek) 11.40 5.40 3.M Tla Go Go (Santege) 5.40 3.60 Mr. Flops (Whited) 3.00 by Rowan Alan Nye, Plaintiff, against Thelma Nye, Defendant, In this Court to attPMMPMT ROLL NO. in.

PS NO. IfeM SaaHary. PROPERTY BENE' PBIDAY'S RESULTS obtain a ludgment of eosoiufe divorce. It Is hereby ordered that the Defendant. day after playing a scoreless tie Friday night with the New York FIRST Cond Para 2:11 1-5 CAUBTM ALLOW YO.

4 PITEOi All lands fronting an Vincent Court tram Legaa SI. fa east aad of Enjoy tha Finest in Stock Car Racing at Spartan Speedway SATURDAY Open Class Slock Competition Thelitis Nva. shall ancwer or take such Hkkorv Encore (Buter) 2.60 2.40 an puaiK trraar ana Queen Sandra (Barrow) 5.60 3.40 2.40 Motor Miss (Snyder) 4.40 3.00 Generals at Yankee Stadium other action as may be permitted by law Some Doll (McGirty) 6.20 3.40 Garry Barry (Taylor) 2.60 on or oerora August itea. t-aiiure Big Moum sam itaxcori i.au The Chiefs, unbeaten in seven CDmonr wiin mis oroer win mull in aceaeuiBur boil kin 111. pt NO.

Tim SaaHarv. PROPERTY RENE- SECOND Clm 3-S BIBTM CLM 1 YO A UP 4Vf games, have 67 points, four fudgmel fondant oy oereuir against sucn utter the relief demanded In the FITEDi AH lands frermnf aa esemsnr craning aiaro a Baai.eiiei piep 2.401 Gold Bond (Quick) 72.60 17.20 Lady Beth (Knapp) 26.80 1.40 4.20 Tigers Tune (Whlted) 3J0 2.40 more than the New Yorkers. complaint filed In this Court. 3.S0 2.40 jimmy uino Kjuoreaui af Biueaeu or. re Biioiiaiiioiio ra aw mmJ at leys and ether lands deemed net benefited JACK.

W. WARREN Richard McGregor (Merrlman) King tvt oooj rirrult Judo A crowd of 6,225 watched the Chiefs and Generals in their de (VTSi ALLOW 3YO A UP 4 I DAILY DOUBLE (7-5) Plld 5144.21 ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 111. PS NO. TeOJS SeBttary.

PROPERTY BEN PITBDi Isaliaji-eek Hill Part III, BlvebeU Dr from tallp le E. af Saaratsi yeiv or vroer; may ivea A True copy C. Ross Hllllard Mlnoma's Bea (Whited) 90 4.60 3.00 Demolition fensive battle. THIRD Cond Paea-lilS ingnem uunry tiern maize Blue inwmesr -w Tennessee Tom (McDowell) 2.60 1.20 Two games are on tap today Rahart b. Biewend, 4.20 2.20 4.00 2.40 2.20 Tar Duke (Hall) The Cruiser (McGarty) Twilight Express (Webster) Plaintiff's Attomev Croon Ave.

from Bhjetoell DaMla Dr. Dam la or. from lenreia Crocus excepting an public streets A alleys. 4 ether lands doomed pal bttWftttafa STORM SEWER ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 112 iftacuilVT BOLL NO.

PS MO. 1711 Stan. PROPERTY BENE' in the nasl Boston at bam OPTIONAL TWIN DOUBLE (-7)-PAID Derby 117 W. Wesley Street siaTa more and Detroit at washing- Jackson. Michigan 4201 Business Address.

FOURTH Cam) Pace 1-5 Tracy's Pride (Snook) 9.20 5.40 3.40 ton. Ensign Adios (Gaterl) 22.40 10.80 PiTEDi All lands frgnthM aa easement aerate pram aroesrty from eTio THE TRACK THE STARS CALL HOME lennon uey inail) a.zu S. Cedar St. tsrurty te Mad Lake Drain excepting at) public i alleys and ether lanos peomoa not aeneiiieo. FIFTH Ml Hnd Pace 2:07 A First Met HR Good Time Minnie (Hall) 11.00 5.20 3.40 ancuriiT ROLL NO.

in. PS NO. 4550 Sterm. PROPERTY BENE' bodov i-reeman imoss) 3.BU z.su Volcanic Rose (Banfield) 4.40 PITEDi AH tends fronting aa Vincent Cavrt from Legaa St. te east end of street exosptlng an public streets and eileys ami ether land desmed Rat INVITATION FOR BIDS ADVERTISEMENT Tha Beard gf Eeecatioo gf th East Lamina Public Schools Intends to add Locker aad Cabinet at th Oerney School and ta accomplish remodeling in th East wing at the Bailey School.

Plan and SpocHkottens hev keen preoered by Miyette-Webb Architects, 70 Abbott Read, East Lansing, Michigan. Sealed bids will be received antil p.m. ESDT an Monday, Jone 10, lfsg, at the arflc af Mayette-Webe Archhects, inc 700 Abbott Road, Er Lamina, Mkhiaen, 4023, at which time and place aU proposals will bo pgoiidy opined Manager Gil Hodees of the Adults S2.M Children (6 through IS) 50c US-127 Between Holt Mason New York Mets hit- the first home run in Met history. It SIXTH Cond Pace 2:04 Briar Lea Andy (Moss) Starlight Express (Want!) ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 102, PS NO.

7 PROPERTY 34.20 11.40 4.00 9.20 3.80 2.60 FITED. Sautlibraok HI Part III Bluebell Dr. from Tulip ra E. at came aeainst Larry Jackson imppewe rire iiayiory races Ave. from Bluebell DaMla Dr.

A Dahlia Dr. from I unrest SEVENTH Cond Pace I. IK 1.S m. at crgca excepting bh bbbik arreer a. aney a.

arnar lanos aseinaa when he was' pitching for the Cardinals in the Mets first game nwl, mrm IhHhI tmm ami riMMlatt al the nrotect Bl Had A King (Hall) 5.50 3.80 3.50 Jimmy K. Chief (Mcllmurray) 4.40 4.40 Chief Andrew (Sears) .1.00 on April 11. 1962 in St. Louis. ASSESSMENT ROLL NO.

112, PS NO. 57027 Sterm. PROPERTY BENE OENERAL PROPOSAL tar General Trade Including mechanical and (Metrical, bat net htctaaTnt Cabinets, at th Donley School. There aa additive Attentate te tha General Prspsul ta add remsdtling ttork, including all trade at tha BaUev Schaal. ie4444444e4 444444J FITED! All Mad fronting aa rennsyivanie Ave.

(ceti skni tram av EIGHTH Prefd Tret 3-S al, te Konoen exceonng an pudik STreer ana CABINET PROPOSAL far tarnish in and Installing Cabin! at tha El Dor-(Snook) 23.40 tM 2.80 El Oarno (Miles) 4.20 3.40 Dan W. Oilier (Harmon) 3.00 ABtfMPHT ROLL NO. 112. PS NO. 7M55 Sterm.

PROPERTY BENE' C325KHD G3 PITEDt AM lean Irontiaa aa 1 element craning Beard af Edpcarlaa area NINTH Cond 3-5 arty tram outlet at Bieeeen Dr. te anersectien at ore a airy excapnng Baird-s Adios (Merrlman) 5.00 3.80 3.00 an agMic streets and Mieys ang amer lanos annua Bar Beaeti dona's Faith (Buter) 5.40 4.40 Midnight Johnnie (Putnam) 3.40 i hen Md are a toilews: TENTH Chn Hand Pace 3:04 Betsy T. Adios (Webster) 4.40 3.50 2.8U Duchess Lady (Foster) 3.60 2.M Bucky Dal (Reynolds) i.00 Copies af the Bidding Dicgmial may be obtained by tha prospective i bidden tram th Architect by making a deposit af S10 tar each complete set iKhjdint an work roeeirod far the prelect. Each General Trades Bidder tar General Proposal wffl be allowed two (2) comptele sets. Sidders'ter Cabinet Proposals wHI be al lowed partial sets at IK.

All depeerts wtH be refunded te actaat baJdert If the Bidding DacatMnt ere returned in goad coed men with la lo days attar tha opening of bids, otherwise Ammonal eagles af Bidding Decgrnents may be ebtemed by gaalriylng btdders by ardorlng capias throagti th Archttect and paying casts of raarodectlen. mailing, gr deTrvery charges etc Casts far such additiMMi capias wHI not be Ceptetor Bidding Decements may be obtained far bidding purpeses by rnaterial sapplieTs and so controctort by eroering copies throeg a Arehitect aad paying cast gf rep rode ct ion, mailing, or delivery charges ate. Cast far such addrlbaal capies will not be refunded. Bidding Decements win be en file for review by bidden at the Arehitect's eft (oil P. w.

Dodoe Corporation offices In LensiOrtreit, Flint aad Grand Rapids; BW? Exchange offices la Lansing, Detrert, JBand Rapids, Kala-nueeTand So maw; and at Scan Ptxetronix Inc- 354 Nino He Read, War-Ma. UirliUH Pre). No. Assessment I nf section A Assessable te Total Pre. Roll No.

City Com 'bet ion Prep. Owners Cost PS 7055 101 SaaHary 177 11054140 Stubs 0.00 17,177.4 7770 TOTAL SANITARY S35.20L00 S77Vjl.l I11M92.20 PS 75151 12 Storm SH042I.34 S41.5S0.04 bOPEN returned by the Ctty Assessor be received ami placed en file, and the Crty Cleft be directea ta puansn a nenc mereof ay pgaiicanon at day a accoroance win section za-u, at tnapier za at i '5 gf f3rEniaBca. Rack prapatil man be accempanied by bid aKarRylii aBj nontnotless IBM I th base bid, payable ta Board af EeecatW East Lantln PaMic Resolved farther, that the City CeeacH wHI meet of tho Council Ream an Monday, the 17th day at Jane, Ife at 7:30 a'cleck B-m. far the perpaae af rejewo seta assessment rati. EVERY Scheets.

CartHiod chock, caehyi check, money oraer or aw gang ixanwa ay SgccattM bidder win be ragalrod ta fernish satHlact Laaer end Material and, pgrftrmyc Bends acceptable te tha Owner. IJJurwnj he shall tarnish rr ere available anal gaxBeapgriE th Chy af NIGHT 1 Issraby LaniRV share af said protect. The cwsar reserves tha right ta waive any Irregularities ra bidding and te RAYMOND W. BURGESS City CflfojWtr refect any eh aids erther la whalo ar pari which la bl iadgmcM will be Thale'lSetiee that ah proposals sotmrttod shaft be eftecrlve tor not IS Smnln. noj Md mav be withdrawn THEO PULTON Low Summer Rate Joe Joseph PRO-BOWL 2122 N.

Logan St trts ay gea may av ttnnorown amr hhiuimi vp tm tmm Uatina, Michigan May zt, IMS e-7 if CHy Caark Ml.

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