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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FI V E

;.EMIhGN AL

PAGE iivx

COURT ROYALTY CONVENES:
'Racketeers' Plan Invasion of Campus;
Betz,_Moran To Perform in Tennis Match

Racquets To Resound

"Racketeers" will invade Ann of the matches. She must move
Arbor tonight-two of them are on to the next city in the tour a

reminine
Local police officers need not
sound an alarm, however, since
these "racketeers" are part of the
M Club sponsored Bobby Riggs
Tennis Tour-Gertrude (Gorgeous
Gussie) Moran and Pauline Betz
_.Addie.
RIGGS' WIFE, iay, only wom-
an in the country doing advance
publicity work in sports, was in
Ann Arbor last week to discuss the
two famous professional tennis
players with local news agencies.
Mrs. Riggs' unusual occupa-
tion which she began this year
has already taken her 50,000
miles across the country to 123
cities. She averages 2,000 miles
a week, she said, and usually
participates in three or four
radio programs and one televi-
sion show each day.
Strangest of all, however, is the
fact that she has never seen any
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week before the players arrive to
make arrangements for their ap-
pearance.
"ALL I SEE are arenas, advance
men, and hotels," she declared,
adding that most of her driving
is done at night, while the days
are taken up with her work.
The tour of the United States
will last until the beginning of
May when it will go abroad.
Reported as the highest paid
feminine stars in the history of
sports, Misses Moran and Betz are
expected to stage a colorful and
skillful match.
-* * ~
ALTHOUGH Miss Betz, wife of
sports columnist Robert Addie, is
favored to win most of the tilts,
Miss Moran's supporters insist
that she will prove she is a cham-
pion athlete as well as a glamorous
and spectacular figure.,
Living examples that beauty
and athletics can mix, tall, pic-
turesque "Gussie" and slim,
quick-moving, strawberry blonde
Miss Betz appeared together in
1946 in the national champion-
ships at Forest Hills.
Although Miss Betz won in three
sets, "Gussie" was the only player

in the entire tournament to take a
set from her.
* * '1'
RANKED AMONG the top ten
tennis stars for eight successive
years, Miss Betz has won the
United States Women's Singles
Championship four times, the Na-
tional Indoor Championship four
times, and the National Clay-
Court Champioship twice. She was
also Wimbledon queen in 1946.
Turning professional in 1947,
Miss Betz has been away from
the regular competition of ama-
teur tennis for four years. She
does not consider this a handi-
cap, however, since she has par-
ticipated in enough tennis and
other athletics since then to
keep in condition.
"Gussie," the beauty from Santa
Monica, Calif., is most famous for
her smile, pretty face, statuesque
figure, and best known of all for
her lace panties.
* *' *
NOT RIDING along on her good
looks alone, however, "Gussie" has
also displayed her skill in tennis.
In 1947 she teamed with Mary
Arnold Prentiss to win the Na-
tional Women's Clay Court Dou-
bles.

Anderson Men
Present Dance
Anderson House of East Quad
will hold a dance Saturday at the
Fresh Air Camp on Patterson
Lake.
At 6:30 p.m. four University
buses will leave the Quad with
about 100 couples on board. Attired
in blue jeans, or similar attire,
those attending will dance totrec-
ords until midnight, when the
buses will return to Ann Arbor.
Every dance from the tango to
the square dance will be on the
agenda as the couples dance by
the light of fire in the huge stone
fireplace.
Beverly Olzinsky will sing dur-
ing intermission, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Dick Chess, social chairman, and
Gil McMahon, assistant resident
adviser, are in charge of the affair.
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TENNIS EXHIBITION SCHEDULED-Pauline Betz Addie will
play in the tennis match scheduled for tonight at Yost Field
House and sponsored by the M Club. "Pancho" Seguro, Jack
Kramer and "Gussie" Moran will also appear in the exhibition
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WEAKER SEX UNDERESTIMATED:
Feminine Frolics Support Claim of Ability
In Attracting News, Attention, Public Eye

Grad students-Graduate Stu-
dent Council is sponsoring a mixer
for all graduate students from
8:30 p.m. to midnight Friday in
the Rackham Assembly Hall.
Joey Adams and his quartet will
provide music for dancing.
There will also be cards avail-
able for bridge and canasta en-
thusialts.
Refreshments will be served.
WAA-The last meeting of the
season for the hockey club will be
held at 5 p.m. today at WAB.
There wil be a hockey game and
a party after the meeting.
The club manager requests that
all members who have not yet paid
their dues bring them to this
meeting.

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Articles appearing in recent
newspapers and magazines give
ample proof that one should never
underestimate the power of a
woman-particularly her power to
make the news.
For instance, a Burbank, Cali-
fornia woman, discovered recently
that her eight-year old marriage
was not legal.
* * -
WHAT DID she do? She filed
suit against her husband for
$5,000 for services as a bookkeeper,
secretary, and housekeeper and
soon found her name in print.
A Wellsburg, West Virginia
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babies she had been keeping as
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situation which she experienced rived in London behind schedule
lately. Upon hiring a new maid, to play in, the film "No High-
Miss Hopkins informed her of her way." She took time to call a
duties concerning a dinner party press conference to say, "I am
she was having. forty-four, not forty-seven."
H FA C I tt The Ladies Home Journal re-
HER FINAL CAUTION to the ported the incident of a man re-
maid was, "Don't spill anything. marking to his son, "In a demo-
The: maid replied, "Don't worry, cracy such as ours, Clinton, I am
I've worked for other Hollywood free to vote for any candidate your
stars, and I don't gossip." mother and I like."
Jean Simmons, British movie No, the power of a woman
actress, made the news after should never be underestimated.
witnessing her first American
football game when she re-
marked that she disliked cheer
leaders.
"Goodness knows we scream our
guts out at soccer matches, but not
at somebody else's direction."
* * *
IN JONESBORO, Arkansas,
Theater Manager Earl Young re-
ceived an anonymous letter from
a woman, reading, "Enclosed you

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
Twenty-one major supplies of of-
fice equipment will exhibit their
most recent products. In contrast
to the new products, the use of
the ancient adding device, the aba-
cus, will be demonstrated by Mr.
Eaton Suh, of Seoul, Korea, at 3:30
and 8 p.m. both days. All School
of Business Administration stu-
dents invited.
Theory of Literature Club: Or-
ganizational meeting, 7 p.m.,
Thurs., 2208 Angell Hall. Topic:
Poetry of Allen Tate. All so in-
clined may attend.
Women of the University Facul-
ty: Weekly tea, Club room, League,
4-6 p.m.
Student Science Society: Meet-

ing, 7:30 p.m., 1400 Chemistry
Bldg. Program on luminescence.
All those interested are welcome.
Michigan Crib, society for pre-
legal students: 8 p.m., Hussey
Room, League. Speaker: Prof. R.
A. Smith, Secretary of the Law
School. "Labor Law." All new, old
and prospective students invited.
Y o u n g Democrats: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Union. Speaker: Prof.
Dawson. Regular business meeting.
Open House for Student Legisla-
ture Candidates: 5-6 p.m., Alpha
Delta Pi; 6:30-7:15 p.m., Jordan
Hall.
(Continued on Page 6)

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