THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Aggies Double Georgia,
EVERYTHING BUT PENNANT: P
ROOMS FOR RENT
MALE STUDENT wanted to share two
room apartment. Call evenings 2-6348.
TOURIST HOME for Overnight Guests.
Bath, shower, reasonable rates, 518 E.
Williams St. Phone 3-8454. )12R
3RD FLOOR STUDIO NEAR CAMPUS-
Prefer two to four art or arch. men
students. Linens, use of dark room.
Student landlord. Ph. 2-8545, 6-7.
Available for parties, dances, etc.
Ph. 2-8315. )2P
STOPS NEXT TUESDAY.
HURRY UP. )46P
FURNISHED HOUSE available rent free
to responsible student couple for
Christmas holidays, plus optional op-
portunity to earn. Contact L. S. Wirt,
Phone 2-2887. )42P
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty Phone 8161 )IP
MON EY !
One Ensian salesman earned over $30
last year. The Michiganensian sells
itself, so why not come over to the
Student Publications Bldg., 420 May-
nard, and reap a profit? )45H
SOUTHERN SCHOLASTIC MFG. CO.--
Manufacturers Michigan University
standard. college ring, wants student
salesman. Keep your pocket full of
cash. Married couple preferred, but
not essential. Write Mr. June, 910
Cherry. St., Petersburg, Indiana. In-
terview at Ann Arbor. )47H
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Heavy horn-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case. P. Mackenzie.
Ph. 8468. )8L
FOUND - A gold watch. Black band.
Call director's office at Stockwell. )5L
LOST - Ladies, gold Hamilton wrist
watch. Substantial reward. Call 3-1511
Ext. 470 or 3-4363.
2 RIDERS to California, leave Dec. 19,
new car, going route 66, share ex-
penses. Dick Smith 2-1859. )52T
WANTED-Riders to Los Angeles, on
southern route, share driving, leaving
Dec. 26th. Ph. 2-0227. )51T
AVOID XMAS RUSH
2 people, share expenses and driving
to Tucson, Arizona. Leaving Ann Ar-
bor Dec. 21. '49 Chevy with radio.
Call Ted Tapping. Ph. 3-4707. )50T
RIDERS for Los Angeles wanted. Will
consider married couples. Ph. 3-4383.
OHIO STATE faculty member wants
someone to share driving to Los An-
geles, California. Leaving Columbus
Dec. 23. Address, Dr. Helen Rice,
School of Social Administration, Ohio
State University, Columbus 10, Ohio.
To drive new Fords to Los Angeles.
R. B. Armstrong. Ph; 2-4343, 520
FLY TO THE ROSE BOWL by North
American Airlines $165 (tax incl.) rd.
trip. Call 2-8265, 25-9083 after 5:30.
ROSE BOWL SPECIAL
Leave Dec. 28, return in time for
school. Complete club car and dining
car service, leg rest coaches, low cost
pullman, many optional features.
Tickets and information at Adm.
Bldg., 8-4:30. )38T
ARE YOU goin' to the Rose Bowl Game?
You can drive a Cadillac, Oldsmobile
or others. Free gas. Call WO 55768 or
come to 103 W. Vernor, Detroit. )34T
ALTERATIONS on women's garments.
Call 2-2678. )2A
Boston, Goodman Cop AL Bat Crowns
9 * *
WILL GIVE piano lessons-. School of .G__u___tiu ____________ )6L
Music senior. Phone 2-8242.. )2 DEC. 7-Horn rimmed glasses trimmed
MICHIGAN NIGHT at Frank Dailey 's Iwith gold, on South U. Russell Price,
MIHGNNGTa rn alys 2-4288.)4
Meadowbrook. Ralph Flanagan and' )4L
his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046 LOST-Nov. 28, Parker '51, wine and
for reservations and information. )40P silvery finish, women's pencil. Re-
WESTERNERS- ward 2Call Julia Niedelson, 2-2521
WETRESExt. 102. ) 3L
Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl ___________________
Special back to school Jan. 5 from FOUND - One Ensian Salesman (fe-
L. A., Salt Lake City, Omaha, and i male). Owner can payreward of
intermediate points. Further infor- $5.00 and pick her up any time next
mation and tickets at Adm. Bldg., week at 420 Maynard. Michigan
8-4:30 daily. )39P Ensian.
COMING HOLIDAY PARTIES FOR RENT
it costs so little to learn to have fun at
RAY HATCH DANCE STUDIOS TWO ROOM furnished apartment near
209 S. State Ph. 5083 )4P campus, share bath. Box 31. )25F
CHICAGO -(P)- William D.
(Billy) Goodman, the man about
the field for the Boston Red Sox,
yesterday officially was acclaim-
ed the American League's 1950
batting champion with a .354
The League's officially statistical
review of last season's hitting ac-
tivity also credited the Red Sox,
finishing third in the pennant
race, with the team batting title
on a .302 average.
THE 24-YEAR-OLD Goodman,
a left-handed hitter who weighs
a shade over 160 pounds, has toil-
ed for the Red Sox at every posi-
tion except on the mound and be-
hind the plate. He played 45
games in the outfield.
The change of defensive scen-
ery had little effect on the bat-
ting eye of the slim native of
Concord, N.C., who sprayed 150
hits in 424 trips to the plate to
finish 14 points ahead of De-
troit's George Kell, the 1949
champion, who .posted .340. Kell,
however, went to bat 641 times,
217 more than Goodmen.
Goodman batted .298 in 1949,'
compared with the .3429 mark
with which Kell edged Boston's
Ted Williams (.3427) for the
crown. Williams, injured in mid-
season, this time wound up with
ROUNDING OUT the top ten
hitters were Dom Di Maggio, Bos-
ton, .328; Larry Doby, Cleveland,
SPOTSa T S
Night Editor: BOB VOKAC
. .. arrived too late
.326; Al Zarilla, Boston. 325; Phil
Rizzuto, New York, .324; Hoot Ev-
ers, Detroit, .323; Larry Berra,
New York, .322; Walt Dropo, Bos-
ton, .322; and Henry Bauer, New
The esteemed .300 circle this
year was graced by no fewer
than 17 players who went to bat
400 or more times. Last year,
there were only 12. Joe Di Mag-
gio, the Yankee Clipper, just
made it this year with .301.
Boston's .302 team mark was
considerably below the league re-
cord of .316 by the 1921 Detroit
Tigers, but topped by 20 points
the runner-up average of .282
batted jointly by the pennant-
t'( C ( 1 r.
thing except the pennant, also
had specialized leaders in Dom
DiMaggio, who led in runs with
131, and stolen bases with 15,
and tied in triples at 11 each
with team-mate Bobby Doerr
and Detroit's Evers; and Dropo,
the total bases champion at 326..
The home-run crown went to
Cleveland's "freshman" third-
sacker, Al Rosen, who belted 37
* * *
DETROIT'S KELL picked up
just about all the other specialized
laurels, leading in hits, 218; two-
baggers, 56; and in times at bat,
641. Kell and Rizzuto were the
only American leaguers to bag at
least 200 hits, the Yankee short-
stop hitting that mark on the
The New York shortstop star,
little Phil Rizzuto, whose finest
season saw him named most
valuable player, made 19 sacri-
fice hits to lead that depart-
He and Kell were the only
players in the league to reach the
2-- hit total, Phil hitting that
figure on the head. Evers of De-
troit was caught stealing the most
THE LEAGUE home-run total,
of 973 was 90 more than the pre-,
vious league record of 883, set in
1940, and 204 more than the hom-
er total of 1949.
Second to Boston in the team
batting department were Detroit
and New York with club averages
The, Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial rospon si-
bility. Publication in it isconstruc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day, preceding publication (1 a.-
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 65
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to stu-
dents from 4 to 6 o'clock on Wed.,
School of Education faculty
meeting: Mon., Dec. 11, 4:15 p.m.,
University Elementary School .Li-
Members of the University Sen-
ate: Meeting, Mon., Dec. 18, 4:10
p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall.
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-OP)-
Bob Smith, Texas A&M's' great
fullback, ran the opening kickoff
back 100 dazzling yards for a
touchdown yesterday to start the
Aggies on their way to a smash-
ig 40-20 victory over Georgia in
the first Presidential Cup football
Just to show that it was no
fluke, Smith followed this up with
an 81-yard run for another score.
Repeatedly he broke off tackle, or
bulled up the middle to provide
the Aggies with first downs and
set up touchdowns.
GREAT AS SMITH was, he got
ample competition for the lime-
light from his teammate, Bill Tid-
well, a scampering Aggie halfback
who slashed for six, five, and 36
yards respectively on three touch-
George never had a chance to
get started. When the gun went
off to end the first half, the
scoreboard read Aggies 40-Geo-
Late in the third period, when
the Aggie bench was in, Georgia
finally found the range. In the
third period Zippy Morocco, a
168-pounder plunged over from
the two-yard -line to give Georgia
their first taste of blood.
In the last period, Morocco tot-
ed a punt back 65 yards in a beau-
tiful exhibition of broken field
inteview schedule is posted out-
side Room 225, W. Engineering
Bldg. Students of Aeronautical
Engineering, Electrical Engineer-
ing and Electronics will be inter-
viewed on Wed., Dec. 13, Room 3,
Lobby of E. Engineering Bldg. In-
terview schedule is posted on the
Aeronautical bulletin board oppo-
s i t e Room 1079. Application
blanks may be obtained in the
Mechanical and Aeronautical En-
gineering Departments and should
be completed and returned to
these departments before the in-
Women Interested in Becoming
Regular Army Officers:
Captain Juanita Biddle, Head-
quarters, 5th Army, will talk to
all interested women at 4 p.m.,
Room 231, Angel Hall, Mon., Dec.
11. They start their base training'
at 2nd Lieutenants and must be
between the ages of 21 and 27. On
Tues., Dec. 12, she will interview
individuals. All those interested
contact the Bureau of Appoint-
ments for interviews. This applies
to both February and June grad-
Over 50 different styles. Hallers Jewel-
ers, 717 N. University Ave, near Hill
LAZY \DAY PLEATWAY PAJAMAS -
Plain broadcloth trunks, Jersey tops.
Assorted patterns, $5.00.
Fold-away picnic tables,
5 pound folding tray tables.
Morrill's, 314 S. State St.
- COUSINS --
ON STATE STREET
PLASTIC ZIPPER SWEATER CASES.
HOLDS SIX SWEATERS. ONLY $1.49
winning New York Yankees
the second-finishing Tigers.
FOR THE SECOND straight
season, the important runs-bat-
ted-in crown was shared by two
Red Sox sluggers. This time Vern
Stephens and Walt Dropo belted
across 144 runs each. In 1949, the
title was shared by Stephens and
Williams at 159 apiece.
The Red Sox, who won every-
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UNIV. OF MICH.
GILBERT and SULLIVAN SOC.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Dec. 14, 15, 16
TICKETS AT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
ROOMS FOR MEN-Single and double. H
Two blocks from Ad. Bldg. Call 2-8787 IA MARR
after 5:30. )63R A
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Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
VIRGIL THOMSON, Composer and Critic, -says in The 'New York
Herald Tribune "A historical document . . . a first class execution of
the decade. This is what Verdi's 'Rigoletto' looks like when performed
by the best contemporary artists."
Attention: Engineering, Mathe-
matics & Physics Students: Dr. E.
T. Welmers of Bell Aircraft Cor-
poration, Buffalo, New York will
interview senior and graduate
students receiving degrees in Feb-
ruary. Students of Mechanical
Engineering, Physics and Mathe-
matics will be interviewed on
Tues., Dec. 12 in the Mechanical
Engineering Department and the
Feature shown at
1:10 - 3:10 - 5:15
7:25 - 9:30
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University Community Center,
Willow Run Village:
Sun., Dec. 10, Villag3 Church
10:45 a.m., Church and Sunday
School. 4 p.m., Discussion Group.
Mon., Dec. 11, 8 p.m., Work
Night-decoration for Christmas
Dance; Nursery Board Meeting.
Tues.. Dec. 12, 8 p.m., Wives'
Club Meeting-The Singing Senti-
Wed., Dec 13, 4 p.m., Rehearsal
for Christmas Play (Sunday-
School). 8 p.m., Home Fashion
Show Committee; Ceramics Class.
Thurs., Dec. 14, 8 p.m., Ceramics
Class; Choir Practice; Refresh-
ment Committee Meeting; Work
Night-Decorations for Christmas
Sat., Dec. 16, 2:30 p.m., Dress
Rehearsal for ,Children's Christ-
mas Play. 8:30 p.m.,f Children's
Christmas Party. 9 p.n., "Dance
in Winter Wonderland" at the
North Community Center.
Engineering Freshmen: Please
reserve the hour from 5 to 6 on
Wed., Dec. 13, for interview with
your Mentor. He will have your
ten-week grades for you at that
Faculty Concert: Benning Dex-
ter, Pianist, will play the second
of three Monday evening faculty
recitals at 8:30, December 11, in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. His
program will include compositions
by Bach, Brahms, Beethoven,
Stravinsky, Ravel, Rachmaninoff,
and Chopin, and will be open to
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in the city