SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959
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Tennessee To Face Georgia
Tech in Bateof Defenses
By TOM WITECKI
Several of the nation's top-
ranked teams will meet head-on
this afternoon as college football
presents one of its most exciting
The top game will pit third-
rated Georgia Tech against ninth-
ranked Tennessee before a ca-
pacity crowd of 47,000 at Knox-
ville. Defense is expected to key-
note this battle between two of
the Southland's best.
Bobby Dodd's Engineers have
yielded ground grudgingly in regis-
By The Associated Press
DALLAS-Don Meredith passed
for two touchdowns, Glynn Greg-
ory' sprinted 57 yards, to set up the
third and a steel-tongued pass de-
fense kept Missouri at bay last
night as Southern Methodist won
the intersectional game 23-2.
BOSTON-Gene Prebola caught
a touchdown pass with 44 seconds
left in the game for Boston Uni-
versity's 7-0 upset football vic-
tory over West Virginia last night.
NEW ORLEANS - Sophomore
halfback Terry Terrebonne's 49-
yard touchdown run in the sec-
ond quarter lit a fire under a cold
Tulane offense as the green wave
rolled past heavy-footed Detroit
25-0 last night.
* * *0
WASHINGTON - Quarterback
Dick Young picked Wichita's at-
tack off the ground last night,
itching and running his team to
three second period touchdowns
and a 21-0 victory over George
tering three tough victories over
Kentucky, Southern Methodist
and Clemson. Tennessee proved
its defensive ability when it pulled
one of the season's biggest upsets
two weeks ago, shutting out pow-
erful Auburn, 3-0.
Over in Dallas, another sell-
out crowd will be on hand in the
Cotton Bowl, to see whether the
pride of the Lone Star State, un-
beaten Texas, can put a halt to
that powerful neighbor to the
Texas, rated fourth in the na-
tion, has displayed blinding speed
in shutting out its first three op-
ponents. Since Bud Wilkinson's
Sooners are known for their over-
all squad speed, it should be a real
In the East, unbeaten Penn
State faces a tough test against
the Cadets from West Point.
Army, although upset by Illinois
last week, has a powerful squad
led by seniors Joe Caldwell and
The East's other top-ranked
team, unbeaten Syracuse, will also,
have its hands full this afternoon,
when it meets Navy. The Midship-
men will pit the passing of Joe
Tranchini and the running of Joe
Bellino against Syracuse's skin-
flint defense, which statistic-wise
is the best in the nation.
A key game in deciding this
year's Ivy League champion will
be this afternoon's contest be-
tween Pennsylvania and Prince-
First-ranked .Louisiana State
and fifth-rated Mississippi State
are not expected to have too much
trouble with their o p p o n e n ts
which are Miami and Vanderbilt,
Another, unbeaten team, Wash-
ington State should have a busy
afternoon combating a tough
Stanford squad. Th West Coast's
other big power, sixth-ranked
Southern California, has no game
wheduled this weekend.
Make Grinnell's your headquarters
for RCA, Magnavox, Zenith, Webcor,
and radio, T.V. and stereo.
323 S. Main NO 8-7312
PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
Grinnell's 80th anniversary specials
--See- the four speaker portable
stereo. Regularly $89.95. Now $69.95.
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday -- Phone NO 2-4786
323 S. Main
Get off the campus beat -- come
down to Grinnell's and save $1.00
on all classical records, including
London, RCA, Decca, Columbia, etc.
FULLBACK DUO-Blanche Martin of Michigan State and Bob Jarus of Purdue will be key players'
this afternoon when their squads face Iowa and Wisconsin, respectively, in crucial Big Ten contests.
Iowa Hopes To Rebound Against MSU;
Northwestern Favored over Minnesota
323 S. Main
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Has Michigan State developed
into a powerhouse again? Have
the Golden Gophers of Minnesota
finally found a winning combina-
tion? Can Wisconsin continue on
the road to the Rose Bowl in the
face of Purdue's challenge..
These and other questions will
be answered as the Big Ten swings
into its third week of competition.
At Iowa City, the Spartans of
Michigan State provide the oppo-
sition for the Hawkeyes of Iowa.
It's a big game for both teams
with the Hawks probably enjoying
a psychological advantage because
it's homecoming at Iowa.
On the other hand, the Spar-
tans, led by fullback Blanche Mar-
tin, were up for the game here
last weekend and may have diffi-
culty reaching that high peak two
Saturdays in a row.
Must Reach Peak.
The other surprise team of last
week, Minnesota, travels to Evan-
ston to take on Northwestern's
Wildcats. The Cats, fresh from
their 14-10 squeaker over Iowa,
have lost one of their claws in
star quarterback Dick Thornton.
Thornton broke his ankle in the
opening minutes of last week's'
game and will be lost to the team
for at least six weeks.
Minnesota, a 24-14 upset winner
over Indiana last week, uncovered
a pair of lightning fast sophomores
in quarterback Sanford Stephens
and halfback Tom King. This pair
led the Gophers to all of their
points iu the first three quarters.
The game. that could possibly
decide the Rose Bowl representa-
tive will be played today in Ross-
Ade Stadium at "Lafayette, Indi-
ana. There Purdue's powerful
Boilermakers play host to the
Badgers of Wisconsin.
Purdue's seventh ranked squad,
held to a tie in its, opener, three
weeks ago by UCLA, bounced back
last week to crush Notre Dame
28-7. Bob Jarus has been the
Boilermakers leading ground gain-
Wisconsin, on the other hand, is
at full strength following the 44-6
pasting they handed Marquette'
last week. The Boilermakers, how-
ever, still remember the 31-6 de-
feat Wisconsin handed them last
year to cost them the Rose Bowl
bid. They are determined not to
let that happen again this year.
Another Close One
Over at Columbus, the Ohio
State football machine will at-
tempt to get rolling again at the
expense of Illinois, a 20-14 winner
over Army last Saturday.
In the only non-conference
game played outside of Ann Arbor
today, ,Indiana will start over
again as they host Marquette.
New Continental League
Rejects Honolulu's Bid
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Honolulu's bid
for a berth in the ' still unborn
Continental League was rejected
Representatives of the Hawaiian
capital were told, however, that
their application for a franchise
would be given serious considera-
tion if the projected eight-team
third major league expands to ten
or more teams.
Bill Shea, organizer of the con-
tinental, didn't give any reason
for the turn-down but it undoubt-
edly involved the distance and ex-
The Continental, which expects
to begin operating in 1961, pres-
ently has five charter members -_
New York, Minneapolis-St. Paul,
Root, and Lou Klein and retention
"At the present time we defi-
nitely have chosen five founding
cities and we have room for only
three more," said Shea.
"We have applications from
Montreal, Atlanta, Dallas-Fort
Worth and Buffalo.
Complete line of HiMi omponents
including kits: complete service on
radio, phonographs and HWIi equip-
HI FI STUDIO
1317 South University
1 block east at Campus Theatre
Phone NO 8-7942
ORGANS and PIANOS BY
WURLITZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS
Makers, restorers, and dealers of
rare violins and bows.
Sales - Service - Rentals
508 E. Williams NO 3-3395
2 HOMECOMING box seat tickets for
sale. Call Rhona, NO 3-9341. E51
'59 BMW MOTORCYCLE, $750 new, 5
months old, now $400. Call NO 3-2313.
Ideal for football refreshment.
NO 2-3179 1015 E. Huron
FOR SALE: Short formal, sizes 9 and
10. Worn once. Half price. Call NO
5-5807 evenings. B38
BEAT ANN ARBOR RENT-1956 Rich-
ardson mobile home, 41 ft., 2 bedroom.
Now parked. Bob Adams, NO 2-5517.
DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books on
every subject among thousands of
books collected for 65 years. Showings
at 617 Packard St. from 11 A.M. to
4 P.M. every day except Sunday. Rea-
sonable prices. B30
FOR SALE: One iron bunk bed, one
inner spring mattress. Call NO 5-5130
or NO 2-2877. B31
FOR SALE: 1956 NSU motorcycle, 250
cc., good condition, $250. Call NO
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO 5-5145 days.
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. J5
TYPING: Theses, term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
N R H A HOUSEWARE FESTIVAL
New items in:
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 S. Main St.
119 East Ann Street
Open Til 8 P. M. -
Also Sundays & Holidays
(Opposite cou&t house since 1927)
WASHINGS and/or ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9020. AA
Got the Lawrence Welk fever?
Come in and take lessons in our
private studio. 120 bass accordion
for only $10 per month. All pay-
ments apply on purchase.
323 S. Main NO 8-7312
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
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-mechanic
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
AVAILABLE NOW: Single or double
for boys. Fuinished, with linens. Prefer
graduates. Call NO 8-6294, 423 Benja-
AVAILABLE Oct. 10th, large well-f ur-
fished apt, for 3 or 4 girls. Air-
conditioned, garbage disposal, large
closets. 818 Church St. C78
TWO-ROOM suite with private bath,
wall to wall carpeting, suitable for
1 or 2 persons. Also want roommate.
518 S. Division. C76
LARGE, attractive rooms for weekend
guests. 1002 Hutchins Ave. Call Mrs.
Harold Andrus at NO 8-7493 or NO
SOUTH FOREST-Large 6-room fur-
nished apt. $105 including utilities.
NO 3-2800. C67
DOUBLES ONLY. Linens furnished.
Only ,% block from Law'Quad at 804
S. State (at Hill). C64
CAMPUS ROOMS, large quiet singles,
doubles, linens furnished. Reason-
able. NO 3-4747. C2
812 PAULINE, 3 rooms and bath, gas
heat, Oct. 1. $75. Clean and attrac-
tive. NO 3-6415 or Pontiac, FE 2-6681.
One block. Modern apartments. 514
S. Forest. Also rooms. NO 2-1443. C25
Space and garage. 514 S. Forest.
NO 2-1443. C26
LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
FURNISHED campus apts. for 3-4 single
students. Pvt. bath. $105-$150 per
month. 344 S. Division St., NO 3-8134.
1949 CHEVY convertible, good running
condition. $90. NO 2-4639. N20
54 CHEVROLET two-door "210." Stand-
ard shift, radio and heater. Very
clean. Call NO 2-8630 after six. N19
1953 STUDEBAKER, V8, hardtop stand-
ard transmission (floor shift) with
overdrivel New paint, nice rubber.
Radio, heater. NO 3-7133 after 5.
RENAULT DAUPHINE '57, Black. Ex-
cellent condition. GL 3-1072. )B18
combined in these
dependable used cars,
'52 MG "TD"
New top, tires, a good heat-
er, runs like a top. Only-
An engineering dream, with
sliding roof and real econ-
Triumph roadster with hard
and soft top. A real beauty
Coupe, has all the beauty
and economy anyone could
want. This is a nice one.
THE OLD PHILOSOPHER: The fact
that silence is golden may explain
why there is so little of it. F52
IT'S A PERSONAL OPINION that the
battle of the sexes will never be won
-there's too much fraternization
with the enemy. F53
HAVE A BLAST! Be a polls worker at
S.G.C. elections Nov. 3 or 4. F49
PART TIME JOB - Male, $2 an hour.
Call 3-7249. H35
PART TIME work available. Your time
is your own for an outside sale job.
Stop in at Morrills, 314 S. State.
YOUNG LADY for cosmetic clerk, 2
days a week; some retail experience
preferred. Apply in person to Mr. Hol-
loiyell at The Quarry, 320 S. State.
WANTED: Part-time male or female
telephone operators. Arthur Murray's.
NO 2-5539. 1127
HELP WANTED--Sales Representatives
in Men's Dorms. Must be a member of
respective house in dorm. Contact
Chuck, NO 2-3241 1-5 P.M. H19
CERTIFIED TEACHER to work with
kindergarten age children. Hrs. 11:30
to 5:30 p.m. Call NO 8-7282. After
six call NO 2-3617. H18
WANTED-Experienced Arthur Murray
teachers, full or part time. NO 2-5539.
1311 S. University. Hi0
Phone NO 2-4786
for Classified Advertising
"Accountants"-at Lumbard's, you real-
1225 S. University NO 2-0743
Why wait in line at the Arb?
No parking problems at Ralph's and
you can keep cool with Donuts and
709 Packard NO 2-3175
PLAN AHEAD. Knit your gift list. Be-
gins Tuesday, Oct. 13: 6 week course
at the League under expert instruc-
tion. 7-9.P.M. Only $3.00. FF20
"THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS" - Is the
world really worth saving? Visit LUM-
BARDS for the only answer to this
question. 1225 S. University. FF13
GERMAN & FRENCH tutor, coaching
doctoral candidates, references avail-
able. Call NO 3-2975. FF44
ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
five-room apartment, close to campus,
very reasonable rent. Call NO 3-8058
after 1 p.m. F
BEFORE YOU BUY a class ring, look
at the official Michigan ring. Burr
Patterson a"d Auld Co., 1209 South
University, NO 8-8887. F11
SINGING AND SPEAKING; class or pri-
vate lessons. Carol F. Westerman, NO
ROOM AND BOARD
UPPER CLASSMEN or grads, linens
furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
near Forest, NO 2-6422. El
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO--They laughed when
the Los Angeles Dodgers sneaked
into first place in April.
After their seventh-place fin-
ish in 1958 this was a huge joke.
Who could take this club seriously?
Nobody is laughing this October
day for the Dodgers rule the base-
ball world after beating the fa-
vored Chicago White Sox in a six-
game World Series..
This is not a great, ball club.
HANDOFF-Army's Joe Caldwell hands off
Anderson in practice drills before today's big
beaten Penn State.
to teammate Bob
game against un-
mm~AL - - - - -MR
In the winning fashion of Arrow knit skirts-you
sport championship style. The flattering collar
features the buttondown in front and center back.
Built-in comfort, enduring fit in 100% cotton knit.
Interesting patterns in long or short sleeves.
Nobody would Mlaim that. But an
alert team with a fine manager,
who made the most of his scraps
of material. A little patch work
here, a kid back from the minors
there and always somebody with
a hot bat and a hot arm.
For long stretches in early sea-
son it was Don Drysdale, blazing
along at a fantastic pace. It
seemed the sidearm pitcher was
almost unbeatable. He was so good
that Manager Fred Haney started
him for the National League in
both All-Star games, a unique
horor. When Drysdale went sour
in August and September, others
filled in the gap.
Sandy Koufax set a National
League'record and tied Bob Fel-
ler's major league mark by strik-
ing out 18 San Grancisco Giants
From the farm system at Spo-
kane came Roger Craig to win five
in a row down the stretch, just
missing the earned run title be-
cause he was 1'/3 innings short of
the required 154 innings..
But the big move was the ac-
quisition of Larry Sherry from
the St. PAul farm, July 2. The 6-
foot-2 right-hander pitched one
complete game but mostly he
sparkled on relief. In 14 trips from
the bullpen, he allowed only threet
runs in 361/2 innings. That made
his earned run average as a relief
man a fantastic 0.74. He won five
in relief and he saved three more
in a 7-2 record.r
. / Yours for Pennies!
Summing up the World Series
in two shiny words' it has to be
Larry Sherry. The Los Angeles
high school grad pitched t h e
Dodgers into the pennant with 7%
innings of brilliant work after
Danny McDevitt faltered in the
first playoff game with Milwaukee.
He worked in all four of the Dodg-
ers' winning games in the Series,
winning two and saving two.
Gil Iodges, who won the fourth
game with a homer, finished as
the leading Dodger at .391. He was
tied with the Sox' Ted Kluszewski
for the Series batting champion-
ship. Neal's 10rhits in 27 trips gave
him a .370 mark.
When the 1960 season rolls
around some of the old time-Dodg-
ers may be gone. Hodges definite-
ly will not be one to go. And if
there is any sentiment left, Carl
Furillo also will still be a Dodger
for his scratch single combined
with an error won the playoffs,
and his single past Aparicio won
the third Series game.
CHICAGO ) - New Chicago
Cub Manager Charley Grimm
yesterday announced appointments
of ex-Cub pitching star Charley
Root and Lou Klein and retention
of Elvin Tappe on his coaching
Grimm, recently named to suc-
ceed "resigned" Bob Scheffing as
Cub field boss, selected Root, 60,
and Klein, 41, to replace Freddie
Fitzsimmons and George Myatt,
who were dismissed as Scheffing
A third coach fired from the
Scheffing regime, Rogers Horns-
by, was not replaced.
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