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elated Press
- The board of
'leveland Indians
eeting yesterday
notice on Hank

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was n

eenberg's
selected

Change'
e board's action,
vas generally felt
nake a change at
endance has been
no,- one can say
laboration, Daley
feeling resulted
Greenberg in the,

Tops Other
M Sluggers
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Ted Williams of
the Boston Red Sox won his ninth
American League slugging cham-
pionship and Willie Mays of the
New York Giants his third Na-
tional League title in 1957..
Williams' .731 average was the
highest for the majors in 16 years.
Williams collected 307 total bases
in 420 times at bat, figures com-
piled by The Associated Press dis-
closed yesterday. Among the 39-
yr.'-old outfielder's 163 hits were
28 doubles, one triple and 38
homers.
Williams, who also won his cir-
cuit's batting crown, had the pre-
vious high slugging percentage--
.735 in 1941. The big league record
is .847 set by Babe Ruth in 1920.
Williams also finished on top in
the slugging competition in 1942,
1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 191 and,
1954.
Mays Slugs .626
Mays slugged .626, edging Stan
Musial of St. Louis and Hank
Aaron of Milwaukee. The Giants'
centerfielder had 366 total bases
in 585 trips. His extra base output
included 26 doubles, 20 triples and
35 homers.
Musial wound up with a' .612
percentage on 307 total bases in
5012 at bats while Aaron was third
at .600 with the most total bases
in either league, 369, in 615 official
trips. Aaron had 198 hits and 77;
were for extra-bases--27 doubles,
six triples and 44 circuit blows.
Slugging averages are computed
by adding the total bases on all
hits -one for a single, two for a
double, etc.--and dividing the ag-
gregate by the number of official
times at bat.
Mickey Mantle of the New York
Yankees, the American League
slugging champ in 1955 and 1956,
was second this time with a .665
mark. He had 28 two-baggers, six
triples and 34 homers among 173.
safeties.

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complete processing-bring in your
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) J27
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DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
FALL CHANGEOVER
NOW

All repairs promptly serviced
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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS,_REPAIRS
RARE VIOLINS
BOWS AND ACCESSORIES

TED WILLIAMS
.. . wins ninth crown

MADDY
508 S. Wiliain

MUSIC
NO 3-3223
)X11

e general manager by
. fans, who have blan'ed
rything from not being
t A good seat at the
failure to televise more

b president,
tion against
slugger was
Greenberg's
seems to be
eniberg, but
t they think 1

of

"keenly dis-
ard of direc-
ate my con-

SAN FRANCISCO (R)-The New
York Giants gave Bill Rigney a
two-year contract yesterday.-
'The enthusiastic, manager said
lie is willing to trade all but two
of his players to bring a better'
club to San Francisco.
Rigney said the two "untouch-.
ables" are centerfielder Willie
Mays and pitcher Johnny Anton-'
elli
President Horace Stoneham re-
fused to disclose terms of the newl
contract. H'e said both he and
Rigney were satisfied.
Rigney, 39, managed the Giants
the past two seasons and finished
sixth both years.

Golden's Service Station 601 Packard
NO 8-9429 )J15
IMPORTED C'ANDY
AND
GROCERI ES
CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VEINED
SHRIMP
FOR COCKTAILS
Washington Fish Market}
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)J26
Shoes repaired and shined
Fine Tailoring
SANFORU'S
While you wait service
119 East Ann St.
NO 8-6966,
'"'Open 8 till 8 Sat. 8 till 10
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J5
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107
)J12
WILLIS PACKING CO.
Huron River Branch
Freezer Lockers for Rent
331 Z. William, Ann Arbor
Call Huron River plant for
information--RU2-1685
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables
CONTACT LENS
Drop in for a, free lens trial any
time. No cost or obligation.

HI F ISTUDIO
. An amazing inventory of Hi Fi
componentsravailable to you at
catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier,AM-FM tuner,
and speaker enclosure kits in sev-
eral brands.
HI F SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are
fully competent and equipped to
service all equipment we sell, 'and
to advise you on the selection 'f a
components.t
1217 & 1317 So: University
(one block East, of
new CampusTheatre)
NO 8-7942:
)X9
HI-FI EQUIPMENT deals.PStudent
agent--Below r4et prices. Phone= NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. )XS
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MAGNAVOX, and COLUMBIA
HI-Fl RECORD PLAYERS
$29.95 and up - easy terms
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
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Phone NO 2-3241
MISCELLANEOUS
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(formerly Boyd's)
Phone in every room
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Red key case and red mitten
lost between Victor Vaughaf and
diag. Please contact Barbara Deutsch.
NO 2-5553. )A35'
LOST-Brown wallet. Contents impor-
tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29
LOST WALLET-Light blue lady bugk-
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Road service - mechanic on duty.
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NO 8-9168 . l3
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88
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Open through November. Reasonable
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WANTED-Ride to
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share expenses. c
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I of my record in
ing the past 10
.. "I haye gained
n baseball, but feel
in Cleveland is one
achievements."
tenure as general
h began in 1950, the
ed no lower than
is year, anld won the
ue pennant in 1954.
e finish this year
t since 1946.
dismissal, effective
on of his contract
%me two weeks after
erby Farrell as the
manager and named
former manager of
Pirates, to pilot the

f ,

ALTERATIONS

HELP WAN
WANTED-Store clerk,
perienced preferred.'G
ply in person only. S
E. Washington.
WANTED - Cab driver
time. Apply 113 S. Ash
Yellow and Checker
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PHOTO SUP
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'S

BY DON DRESCHER
The Detroit Lions, crushed by
Baltimore by a 34-14 score three
weeks ago, are only one-point
underdogs in the rematch of the
two teams this Sunday.
Part of the reason for the even-
ness of the odds, despite the three-

a

touchdown defeat earlier, can cer-
tainly be attributed to Lion full-
back John Henry Johnson who was1
injured at the time of the first
encounter. Johnson has since
proved to be a potent weapon in
the Detroit offense.
Shaky irOpener
The Lions forward wall, shaky
in the season opener, has since
stiffened and if it can give Detroits
two capable quarterbacks, Tobin
Rote and Bobby Layne, some room
to maneuver the picture may look
quite different Sunday.
Baltimore, meanwhile has been
rolling along quite well under the
direction of quarterback 'John
Unitas. The Colts field general is
the leading passer in the pro cir-
cuit. He has connected for eight
touchdown passes in the three
games the Colts have played to
date.
Two League Leaders'
The Colts have two other league
leaders in their array of stars. Jim
Mutscheller, former Notre Dame
end, tops the scoring department
with a total of 30 points, and rug-
ged halfback Lenny Moore has
been bucking the opposition to the
tune of 6.8 yards per carry.
With standouts like these and a
stiff line to boot, it's small wonder
the Colts have compiled a total of
100 points to date, twice the total
of the second highest team. And
at the same time the Baltimore
defense has yielded only 99 yards
for a scant 1.4 yds. per play.
Buddy Parker's Steelers are be-
ing given a shot in the arm this
season by the acquisition of for-
mer MSU quarterback, Earl Mor-
all, from the San Francisco Forty-
Niners. Out of 78 attempted passes,
Morall has completed 38, for ,a
sum of 621 yards.
Jack McClaren and Jug Girard,
former Detroit star, have been do-
ing most of the receiving. Girard
has also been doing a considerable
amount of the kicking for the
Pittsburghers.

(recently merged with
Better Vision Center)
240 Nickels Arcade - - .
NO 2-9116 NO 8-6019
Your occulist prescriptions filled .
)J24
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, rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
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! )J2
READY FOR Saturday's game, those
all-leather coats. Tweeds and poplind.
Topper length from $17.95. Car coats
from $14.95. Elizabeth Dillon Shop,
on Forest, around corner of South U.
opposite the Campus Theater. )in8
FOR RENT
APARTMENT for two male students.
Cooking privileges. Near campus. NO
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Newly furnished and decorated. Close
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USED CARS
'57 CHEVROLETDel Ray, six cylinder,
standard transmission, radio, heater,
low mileage, NO 3-5438. )N41
'50 CABS DE SOTO-deluxe 4 door.-
automatic transmission -- radio --
heater - one owner. 1430 White after
6:00 P.M. )N37
'52 NASH STATESMAN. Bed. Good con-
dition. NO 8-6284.. )N16
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)N35
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' )N43
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)N44
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Complete Hi-Fi System-
consisting of miraphon turntable
with GE cartridge, grommes ampli-
fier, Wharfdale speaker in RJ enclo-
sure. If interested call NO 2-5810.
)B45
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of drawers, beds, dining-sets, tables,
chairs, and davenports. Private home
owned. 601 Miller. Call NO. 5-6923.I
FOR SALE -- Three tuxedos and one
tails, size small to medium. Cheap.
'NO 5-)923. )C43
Large size thro* rugs-choice of coi-
ors. Values up to $15 now at $4.95
while they last. Open Mon. evening.
Smith Floor Covering
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
)B42
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Stote, 122 E. Washington.
it11
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yrs. old. Size 14-16, % length. Ex-
cellent condition. Worn about 8 times.
$150 or best offer. Call GA 4-2884.
Moving West. )B46
NEW 8 Transitor Radio. Cost $83; Sell
$50. NO 3-0521, Ex. 326. )B47

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