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THEE ''ETWO W AYS that a tam can go down to defeat. It
can biher ie hum- '_d like Michigan was in the Northwestern
game, or it can go down fighting and have nothing at all to be
ashamed of, like Michig:n did yesterday in the Iowa game. For three
periods, two evenly-matce d teams battled on very equal terms on
the turf of Michigan Stadium. At the end of the third quarter Iowa
led, 21-14. The outcome of the game was very much in doubt at that
point. A justifiably-rated Iowa team could not get rolling. Except for
two dazzling runs of over 70 yards by flashy Iowa halfbacks, and a
Michigan fumble on its own four-yard line, Michigan could very easily
have held the lead.
Outstanding football teams, however, can be contained for just
so long. The Hawkeyes didn't win a game against Michigan in 34
years, but the fourth quarter of yesterday's game made it evident
that Iowa was not going to accept another loss this year. With an
undefeated record closer to realization, and with the aroma of roses
stronger than ever, the Hawkeyes put decisive pressure on the Wol-
verines in the final stanza and captured a well-earned victory.
There were many thrilling moments in yesterday's contest, but
perhaps the most exciting thing to watch was the tricky and slippery
running of Iowa's fleet halfbacks.
Particularly sparkling were two
backs who didn't even start for
the visitors. Bob Jeter and Willie
Fleming constantly brought the
crowd to its feet with their elusive
jaunts. For Iowa supporters, the
best news about these two men
is that they will both be back
again next year. Jeter is a junior
and Fleming is just a sophomore.
Fleming is only 5' 9" and weighs
175 pounds. Before yesterday's
game the speedy sophomore was
publicized as one of those players
from the surrounding area who
was wooed into going to Iowa.
Fleming is a resident of Detroit.
These two halfbacks registered
four of the five touchdowns that
Iowa scored. Abundant Hawkeye
backfield talent was fully evident.
Ray Jauch, who is also just a
junior, and currently one of the
Conference leaders in total yard-
age gained, electrified the crowd
WILLIE FLEMING early in the second quarter when
" , * sparkling he traveled 74 yards for Iowa's
No Dejection . ..
ICHIGAN'S LOCKER ROOM after the game was not a picture of
utter dejection. Certainly the team was not happy about losing
another game, putting its record under .500. But the Wolverines put
up a whale of a battle. Iowa was rated no lower than the second best
team in the country, but this prestige meant little or nothing to
Michigan, Oosterbaan was in one corner of the dressing room, en-
circled by a large army of reporters. While taking nothing away from
the great Iowa victory, he was proud of his team. "We gave them a
whale of a battle. Their running attack, which we knew was very
good, proved to be too much for us."
In another corner of the steam-filled dressing room stood another
man who was really no stranger in a Michigan locker room. He had
been in this very same room many times before in his career, both as
a player and as a' coach. As a player he gained most of his press
notices throwing blocks for a teammate named Tom Harmon. He has
gained even more prestige, however, as one of the leading coaches in
Iowa's history. Forest Evashevski led his Rose Bowl bound Hawkeyes
to iWhat the likable coach claimed his most sbtisfying victory. As his
team jubilantly carried him off the field on their shoulders, Eva-
shevski clutched the game ball to his chest. This was one win he had
wanted for a long time. It was his sixth attempt for a victory over his
Alma Mater. Many times in the past he had seemingly had the Michi-
gan game in his pocket, but the Wolverines sneaked in and stole it
away. When Michigan came back from a 14-point deficit to tie yester-
day's game, it appeared for a short time that the same fate was in
Whot plan on .having.lox, b1agf',
onion rolls, cream cheese, or a
sorted danish pastry for breakfast
this weekend? We~ll be open all day
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
EDDIE'S PAINT STORE
White Paint .........$1.98 Per Gal.
Colors .............,.$2.48 Per Gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
Doctoral Student-School of Music
Walter Baker NO 2-4747
FINISHED WORK-Specialize in cot-
ton blouses. Ironings separately. Free
pickup and delivery. Siamese stud
service. Also Siamese cat for sale.
NO 2-9020. )J29
Complete line of Beauty work
605 E. Williams
Phone NO 8-7066
POTATOES-U.S. No. 1 $3.00 - 100 lbs.
Also Cabbage $1.00 Bu.-Tomatoes--
Apples $2.50 Bu. - Onion#. Indian
Squash. Gourds. Pumpkins for Hal-
loween. DeMarco Produce. NO 2-7747.
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
CARPETS - RUGS
LINOLEUM - TILE
SAVE on Carpet Remnants-
many sizes and colors.
207 E. Washington St.
205 N. Main St.
TWO furnished apartments-reasonable
walking distance to campus. Call NO
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES
There are available for immediate
occupancy-Efficiency One and Two
Bedroom Apartments at both Uni-
versity Terrace and Northw ood
Apartments. To be eligible you
must be a Married Student or full
time Faculty Member who is not
already assigned to either Univer-
sity Terrace or Northwood Apart-
ments. For information Please con-
tact Mr. Melhuish. 1056 Administra-
tion Bldg. or Call NO 3-1511 ext.
3311 or ext. 2194. )C91
ROOM FOR MALE-Large single room,
carpeted, new bed, near all sports,
across from Wines Field. Linen fur-
nished. Room cleaned weekly. To rent
immediately at $8.50. 402 Benjamin,
NO 2-8372. )C90
BROOKSIDE and Pontiac 3 room apt.
in new home. Separate entrance. Rea-
sonable rent. Ideal Yfor I or 2 grad.
students. Girls only. Furnished. Avail-
able at once. Call after 5 P.M. NO
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK. Modern furnished
apartments. 514 S. Forest. NO 2-1443.
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7199
'58 TRIUMPH. Radio and Heater.,11,000
ml. Excellent condition. Call HU
3-5861 after 7 P.M. Must sell before
Nov. 15. )B61
1958 CHEVROLET Impala convertible,
all white. W-3 engine, 4-barrel car-
buerator, straight stick transmission.
Call NO 3-5378 after 4 o'clock. )B59
1955 CREE MOBILE HOME on lot 8,
Orchard Grove. Completely modern.
Twin beds. Aluminum exterior, full
awning over patio. Excellent condi-
tion; immediate possession. Reason-
able. Contact W. A. Earl, 1028 Ad-
ministration Bldg., U of M, ext. 2834.
V.M. TAPE RECORDER and portable
typewriter - Spanish keyboard. NO
3-6520. ) B56
PIANOS - ORGANS
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER 0 SOHMER KIMBALL
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington, NO 3-3109
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords -- $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
Figure 5 average words to a line,
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
.._ _ __
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES at
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. )N1
USED FOREIGN CARS
We service all make foreign cars.
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Key ring with about 20 keys in
vicinity of St. Joseph's Hospital. NO
LOST-Diamond Hamilton Wrist Watch
on Oct. 16. Reward. Phone NO 2-1356.
I want to be in the "in-group".
Shut up and wait till Hillelzapoppin!
Do You Know?
Lynne Chevlin..........NO 3-1561
Don Partridge ........ .NO 8-6788
THE OLD PHILOSOPHER . . .
I drink to your health when we're to-
I drink to your health when I'm alone
I drink to your health so often
I've darn near ruined my own. )F-
ESTABLISHED combo needs steady
drummer. Call NO 8-6207 or NO 2-8840.
RUSSIA-3 week tour next summer.
Call NO 3-3883 after 6. )F56
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY used man's English
bike. NO 2-4722. )K6
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WHITE'S 4UTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
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
and you get itI"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-$168 )S]
on Speakers and
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
MAN OR WOMAN
this area, to service and
Responsible person, from
collect from new type cig-
arette dispenser. Route
established by Company.
No selling. Age not essen-
tial. Car, references and
$987 to $1975 cash re-
quired. 3 to 5 hours week-
ly net up to $275 month-
ly. Possibility full time
work. For local interview
give full particulars,
phone. Write: Cigarettes,
P.O. Box 146, Minneapo-
lis 40, Minn.
PERSONNEL TECHNICIANS -$4800
yearly during training period. To fill
future vacancies in Lansing only.
Must receive degree not later than
March, 1959. Application must be
submitted before November 19. Write
for application for examination to
Slike my job. Here's why."
store for Evy. Iowa, however, had
gan's Jinx and Evashevski could
Maize and Blue.
the manpower to overcome Michi-
at last say that he defeated the
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M.I.T. L hCOuC LAOnATORY
has openings for a
limited number of en-
gineers, physicists and
mathematicians in orig.
inal rese arch and
M.I.T. LINCOO. LABORATORY
is on electronics research
and development center
established by M.I.T. in
WILL BE ON CAMPUS
PLACEMENT OFFICE NOW
Research and Development
GRID PICKS SCORES Michigan Civil
Iowa 37, Michigan 14
Northwestern 21, Ohio State 0
Wisconsin 9, Michigan State 7 WANTED: Carri
Purdue 31, Illinois 8 of Michigan;
IndIana 6, Minnesota 4 3-4215.
TCU 22, Baylor 0
Georgia Tech 10, Duke 8 POSITION as R
North Carolina 21, Tennessee 7 for older Gra
Oklahoma 23, Colorado 7 in city for 2
Syracuse 16, Pittsburgh 13 tenance and
SMU 26, Texas 10 band's gradua
Clemson 14, Wake Forest 12 ton, NO 3-50
Penn 19, Harvard 6$- -
Kansas 20, Kansas State 12
Notre Dame 40, at Navy 20
Auburn 6. Florida 5
Alabama 12, Georgia 0
Army 68, Colgate 6
Arkansas 21, Texas A &M 8
Oregon State 14, California $ G R
Western Mich. 21, Ohio Univ. 14
Butler 28, Evansville 14
Rochester 20, DePauw 6
Marnuette 14, Detroit 14
Wyoming 25, Utah 20
Washintgon State 38, UCLA 20
Southern California 29, Stanford 6
Brigham Young 13, Utah State 6
Air Force 33, Oklahoma State 29 F
Dartmouth 22, Yale 14
Princeton 28, Brown 1S
Cornell 25, Columbia 0
Boston Coll. 25. Coll. of Pacific 12
Maryland 10, South Carolina 6 Bri
VMI 33, Virginia 0
Ketucky 33, Mississippi State 12
Louisiana State 14, Mississippi 0
1 Service, Lansing 13.
er for morning delivery
Daily. Call Steve, HU
Resident House Parents
d. couple who will be
or more years. Main-
salary. Time for bus-
te work. Call Mr. Clif-
OF YOUR HAIR
* NO WAITING
* 12 HAIRSTYLISTS
"Headquarters for Collegians"
Near Michigan Theatre
"8:30 a.m. I'm at my desk applying a new method for over-
coming interference on Pittsburgh's mobile radio channels. It
involves operating inactive channels on reduced power."
AD SOCIAL HOUR
314 EAST LIBERTY
ridgy, November 7
No Admission Charge
"1:30 p.m. After lunch, I take a company car out to the
transmitter tower site. Here I check wiring and explain our
plan to one of our mobile radio maintenance men."
ing C.DQ. --
FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO.
216 W. William Street Ann Arbor, Michigan
Telephone NO 8-8014