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A New Year
ICHIGAN'S 1958 OPENER is over. The Wolverines were able to
squeeze by Southern California to the delight of the 77,005 home
ans.- At times Michigan looked good, at times quite poor. The question
d whether or not the Wolverines will be able to hold their own in
Sig Ten play won't be in any way determined until after the game
vith arch-rival Michigan State next Saturday at East Lansingi'
rhe opener was a thriller with the game not being decided until
he closing minutes of the fourth quarter. The powerful spurts of
hort yardage gained by fullback John Herrnstein, and the poised
recision passing of quarterback Stan Noskin gave Michigan rooters
u' glimpse of an exciting offense. The Trojans also proved to be a
,ame opponent, clawing back to score 12 points in the final quarter
fter being outclassed for most of the afternoon. The 66-yd. gallop
y USC's Rex Johnston was the best single play of the afternoon.
Many Michigan fans were also glad to be back just to see, the
arching band perform again. At halftime, the band was ably assisted
12,600 high school bandsmen representing 193 bands.
he Pointgetter . . .
ONE PLAYER were to be singled out for his performance yesterday,
it would certainly have to be Captain Herrnstein. Herrnstein, who
s slowed down last year by a knee injury, played like he did his
homore year when he shared scoring honors with Terry Barr. The
crashing fullback gained 144 yards
in 23 carries and scored two touch-
downs. His play on defense was
also brilliant as he made more
than his share of tackles from the
left linebackers spot.
. Michigan coach Bennie Ooster-
baan and Southern Cal coach Don
3 Clark' both praised Herrnstein's
play after the game. Qosterbaan
remarked that "Herrnstein looked
great on the field." Clark reflect-
- ing his team's loss after the game
said, "Herrnstein was probably
more responsible for Michigan's
victory'than any other player. He's
an excellent ballplayer and looked
real good against us." Clark then
compared Michigan's 16-6 victory
over ,USC on the coast last year
JOHN HERRNSTEIN and yesterday's.24-19 win. "Herrn-
"running harder" stein looks solid now. He's running
much harder than last year."'
Clark was also impressed by the size of Michigan's line, labelling
the biggest line that we'll play against this year." Clark and ooster-
an also praised the play of tailback Brad Myers. "We knew that
ers would be rough, because he played a good game against us last
ar," Clark said. Oosterbaan remarked that "this was Brad's first
e that he has played the tailback position in a game. He did a
e job." -
HE ONE PLAY that was directly responsible for Michigan's victory,
or perhaps it should be said, Southern California's loss, happened
4 the try 'or extra point. Under the new rule which was passed by
e NCAA last year, Southern Cal could either have kicked the extra
int for a 20-20 tie or hav tried running it which would have given
SC a one point lead. An illegal substitution and an illegal procedure
enalty pushed the Trojans 12 yards from the goal and the subsequent
s play fell short of paydirt. "We decided to go all o'ut for the two
ts because the team wanted a victory, not a tie," Clark said after
A slight misunderstanding occurred after the first penalty call
USC's try-for-extra-point. "Usually the official waves a player onto
e field," Clark explained. "He apparently didn't see our man and
nalized us for it."
Michigan will have a lot of work to do before next Saturday's
e with Michigan State. While the offense did look quite good
ouighout the game, the defense-espec allythe pass defense--
ged. Of course there are bound to be flaws in an opening game,
t when a team has as formidable an opponent as MSU on the follow-
week's schedulie, mistakes will have to be quickly corrected.
he Big Question .. .
HEWOLVERINES were extremely lucky in one respect. There were
no injuries with the exception of the split finger which Bob Ptacek
ceived on his left hand. It should be healed by game time, Saturday.
f course the question mark concerning Herrnstein isn't ,completely
ased. There are still eight games remaining. If Herrnstein plays like
e did yesterday, Michigan's chances will be gdod. If not, Michigan's
otball horizon may be quite cloudy.
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Old 'style wide lapel single-breasted
coat into a new style narrow lapel
model. $11. Write to Michaels Tailor-
ing Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Miciigan, for free details or phone
WO 3-5778. )P1
fMI WOU01 SOIDEST AUIQMOSItf MAKMS
The World's Finest Automobile
specially trained mechanics
for this special line of cars.
in Ann Arbor
for Mercedes-Benz and
Local Delivery Available
617 Detroit Street
Telephone: NO 3-3309
$29.95 and up
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs. Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin.
Estey, Thomas) New and Used.
508 E, William NO 3-3223
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES
Figure 5 average words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-32411
GAS REFRIGERATOR. $35. Wool
blankets 2 for $7. Drapes and hot
plates. Book shelves, stand and books.
315 Ferris at Hamilton, Ypsi. )B22
BIANCHI Bicycle, man's, new cond.
ww, gen., S-A shift. Best offer. NO
ROOM for grad student. Graduate
fraternity. Reasonable. NO 3-2600.
2 ROOM SUITE for men with attached
clothes closet. ? block from cam-
pus. $9 per person. Also double room,
$7 per person. NO 3-7242. )C58
WANTED RIDE-Mon. thru Fri.; must
arrive Mich. Union 7:40 A.M. from
North Campus. Call NO 3-3831, Eve.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Small white notebook between
N. State & U. Hospital on Catherine,
N. Ingells, or Lawrence Tuesday.
Dick Wass, NO 5-2154. )A9
FOUND: LADIES Elgin watch near Uni-
versity Museum. Call NO 3-1511, ext.
ROOM AND BOARD
ATTENTION! Diplomat gentlemen of
discriminating taste, why be satis-
fied with banal bourgeois existence.
Expand your horizons! Strengthen
your prejudices! You may do this in
at least ten different languages. Nel-
son International House has drasti-
cally reduced rates this fall. Only a
five minute walk from campus plus
excellent facilities for boarders (both
men and women), Those interested
please contact Kumble or Nancy at
NO 3-8506 or NO 3-8507 or visit us at
915 Oakland. House open for inspec-
tion the rest of the week. )E9
BOARDERS - Like hearty meals pre-
pared by a chef? Come, try our meals.
Call NO 3-3474. Ask for steward. )El1
WANTED---Boarders. Excellent rates.
Call steward, NO 3-8581. )E10
BOARDERS WANTED-Male students.
Eat good food at reasonable prices.
Call house .manager NO 2-8312, 1319
Cambridge Rd. )E2
BOARDERS WANTED at Tappan Inter-
national House. 724 Tappan. NO 5-
BOARDERS WANTED - Good meals,
Prof. Frat., near campus. Call stew-
ard, NO 3-2600. )E5
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED -Piano in good condition.
Write: Michigan Daily, B.O. K2.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and acces-
sories. Waranteed & guaranteed.
See us for- the best price on new'
& used tires. Road service -
mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
end you get it!'
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )S1
WE SERVICE ALL
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
MOUTON COAT. Size 12, like new. ROOM for male students, % blockJ
$20.00. Call NO 3-6416. )B20 from campus. Cooking privileges. 417
________________________ L. Liberty. NO 5-788. )C52
BIRCH, kneehole desk and chair, blond
Baumritter. $65. Call NO 2-2824.
30 FT.-'57 GENERAL. Combination
livingroom - kitchen area and bed-
room. Excellent condition. Call HA
314 5 State
GOOD MORNING! For this morning's
breakfast, we have bagels, onion rolls,
lox, cream, cheese,, and assorted dan-
ish pastry. And for later in the week
..smoked whitefish, gefulite fish,
kosher soups, pastrami and corn beef.
RALPH'S FOOD MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
CARPETS - RUGS
SAVE on Carpet Remnants--
many sizes and colors.
207 E. Washington St.
205 N. Main St.
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning at
also fine tailoring, suits pressed and
119 East Ann Street
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
WANTED: Two men to share apart-
ment. 3rd floor-share kitchen and
bath. Call NO 3-6919. )C23
CAMBRIDGE RD.--1430. Huge double
for men, private bath, shower, 2
sinks, large closets, linens, beautiful
FURNISHED HOME, 4 bedrooms, 2nd
floor. Living, dining, kitchen, den on
1st floor. Tastefully furnished in-
cluding automatic washing machine,
ideal for family, group of boys or
girls. 1023 Church St.
Unfurnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room and kitchen - dining.
Nicely decorated. 1111 S. Forest.
Phone NO 3-1447 or 3-5098 to see.
SINGLE room near all sport areas.
Clean and quiet. $10 per week. Stop
by 402 Benjamin or call NO 2-8372.
SINGLE room for male student. No
smoking. Call -NO 8-7508. )C56
LARGE carpeted room with kitchen,
fireplace, automatic laundry, parking
day or evening. NO 3-9464. )C51
SINGLE ROOM for man. Near Campus.
NO 8-8681 after 5:00 P.M. 1011 E.
University. ) C49
SOUTH UNIVERSITY- 2 offices. 1-
panelled, acoustical ceiling, tiny, $15.
2-lab or workshop type, $15. NO
8-6456 or NO 3-0171. (C47
FOR RENT-% of a large double and
one single in a quiet house and
neighborhood. Linens furnished.
Southeast section. Call NO 2-1465.
STUDENT ROOMS, double available,.
x2 block from campus. Call NO
2-0936. ) C30
WANTED-Male' roommate to 'share 3
room apartment. 106 E. Kingsley. NO
3-7343. ) C38
2 BEDROOM HOUSE. Available imme-
diately, unfurnished. Ideal for stu-
dent couple. Gas heat, utilities sepa-
rate. HUnter 2-6014. )C21
LARGE Single Room for Man. Three
Blocks from Campus. Across from
Wine's Field. near all sports areas.
Linen furnished. Call NO 2-8372.
1022 VAUGHN-Warm, pleasant single
room in quiet apartment -near cam-
pus for mature graduate girl. Snack
privileges, $10 weekly. NO 2-5443
after 6 PM. )18
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large- lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7191
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK. Modern furnished
apartments. 514 S. Forest. NO 2-1443.
On the way - R.C.3 - October 2.
Do You Know?
Judy Justice..........NO 2-3159
Ray Stencith ............NO 2-8312
THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
special student - faculty rates to
TIME, LIFE, and other magazines.
Phone NO 2-3061. )F23
FRENCH tutoring by native French
woman. Phone NO 5-75,6. )F18
BABY SITTER-Afternoons. Must have
transportation. Call NO 3-3827 morn-
ings or afternoons. )F13
STUDENT WIVES (earn while hubby
learns). Christmas gifts, toys, and
housewares available from local party
plan warehouse. Call NO 3-5446 for
ANN ARBOR NURSERY SCHOOL for
a year olds. Ann Arbor's oldest co-
operative nursery. 1415 Miller. NO
3-8660 for information. )F12
TEACHER of SINGING and SPEAKING.
Class or private lessons. Mrs. Ken-
neth N. Westerman, 715 Granger, NO
FOR SALE: 1955 Volkswagen. Phone NO
2-1953. 2-4 p.m. )N9
1954 JAGUAR XK-120 Roadster. Good
condition. Call NO 3-2179. )N5
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES at
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. )NI
1956 VOLKSWAGEN, excellent condi-
tion with radio and heater. $1,275.
Call Monroe Henry NO 2-0794. (
USED FOREIGN CARS
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
1951 MG-TD, new tires, brake system,
oil seals, exhaust and many other
new items. Classic beauty. Call NO
'48 STUDEBAKER. Good mechanical
condition. Best offer. NO 8-8761.
'58 ISETTA, larger 4 passenger Ivory.
Absolutely new. Call NO 2-8921.
OVERSEAS AUTO SALES
GRID PICKS SCORES
ICHIGAN 20, Southern Cal. 19
CLA 18, Illinois 14
owa 17, Texas Christian 0
fhio State 23, Southern Methodist 20
orthwestern 29, Washington 28
Washington 24, Minnesota 21
Purdue 28, Nebraska 20
Oklahoma 47, West 'irginia 14
Colorado 13, Kansas State 3
Michigan State 32, California 12
Army 45, South Carolina 8
Cornell 13, Colgate 0
Navy 14, William and Mary 0
Penn State 43, Pennsylvania 0
Pittsburgh 17, Holy Cross 0
Auburn 13, Tennessee 0
lississippi State 14, Florida 7
lemson 26, North Carolina 21
irginia 15, Duke 12
Ice 30, Stanford 7
rtmouth 20, Lafayette 6
rown 22, Columbia 0
racuse 24, Boston College 14
utgers 28, Princeton 0
ale 8, Connecticut 6
ffalo 6, Harvard 3
ryland 21, N. C. State 6
ake Forest 13, Virginia Tech 6
nderbilt 21, Georgia 14
ississippi 27, Kentucky I
tre Dame 18, Indiana 0
ichita 16, Cincinnati 16
ntral Michigan 19, Hillsdale 13
stern Mich. 13, Illinois State N. 0
ami (Ohio 34, Western Michigan 20
ylor 14, Hardin-Simmons 7
Isa 27, Arkansas 14
uston 39, Texas A&M 7
issouri 14, Idaho 10
yoming 14, Montana 10