Sport: Who Won, Oct. 9, 1950

¶ In St. Louis, Cardinal Outfielder Stan Musial, his fourth National League batting championship (.346); in Boston, the Red Sox's Billy ("One-Man Bench") Goodman, the American League championship (.354).

¶ In South Bend, Ind., Notre Dame, by a bare 14-7 margin, over North Carolina, to run its unbeaten streak to 39 and, for once, justify Coach Frank Leahy's lachrymose prediction that "one touchdown may well decide the outcome."

¶ In Ann Arbor, Mich., underrated Michigan State over Michigan, 14-7, for the first time in 13 years.

¶ In Norman, Okla., the University of Oklahoma...

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