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gDAY NOVEMBER 16, 158 THE MICHIGAN DAILi

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OSU Spills Iowa, 38-28;
Army Whips Villanova;
Minnesota, Takes MSU

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First Loss
By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY - Ohio State's
Buckeyes, led by bounding Bob
White and dashing Don Clark,
carved a 38-28 scar in Iowa's Big
Ten football crown yesterday in a'
spectacular offensive duel.
White spearheaded a 61-yard
Ohio scoring drive midway in the
last quarter that broke a 2 8-28 tie.'
Th~e OSUJ fullback carried the ball
on 11 of 14 plays in the drive, and
scored the touchdown from the
one. Dave Kilgore later added a
field goal to kill Iowa's remaining
hopes.
White also notched two'other
touchdowns, while Clark ran 251
and 37 yards for scores. Iowa
quarterback Randy Duncan was
magnificent -in defeat, completing
23 of 33 passes for 249 yards.
* * *
Minnesota 39, MSU 12
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
ended its marathon 10-game los-
ing string yesterday by crushing
futile Michigan State, 39-12, to
plunge the once-mighty Spartans
into last place in the Big Ten.
Fumbles or interceptions led
directly to three Minnesota touch-
downs. Two more interceptions
stifled Michigan State touchdown
threats in the first half while there
was still hope for the Spartans. In
all, Michigan State lost the ball
four times on fumbles and six
times by interceptions.
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Purdue 23, Northwestern ,
EVANSTON, Ill. - Purdue's
powerfully-balanced Boilermakers
Junked Northwestern's hopes for
a lofty Big Ten finish by blasting
the once smooth-working Wild-
cats, 23-6, yesterday.
Two of Purdue's touchdowns re-
sulted from recovered fumbles
while the Boilermakers played the
entire first half in Northwestern
territory in running up a 21-0
halftime lead.
Northwestern's only score came
with eight seconds remaining when
Chip Holcomb hit Ray Purdin with
a 65-yard scoring pass.
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Wisconsin 31, Illinois 12
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Versatile
Wisconsin quarterback Dale Hack-t
bart befuddled Illinois with his
passing in a 31-12 victory yester-
day which tightened the second
place Big Ten grip of the Badgers.
Hackbart ran to one touchdown,
passed to another, and his accur-
ate arm set up a third.

Cadets Led
To Victory

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... "magnificent in defeat"
College aScores
GRID PICKS SCORES
Indiana 8, Michigan 6
Minnesota 39, Michigan State 12
Ohio State 38, Iowa 28
Purdue 23, Northwestern 6
Wisconsin 31, Illinois 12
Arkansas 13, Southern Methodist 6
Notre Dame 34, N. Carolina 24
Oklahoma 39, Missouri 0
Texas A&M 28, Rice 21
Tennessee 18, Mississippi 16
Texas Christian 22, Texas 8
Vanderbilt 12, Tulane 0
Princeton 50, Yale 14
UCLA 7, Oregon 3
Penn State 32, Holy Cross 0
Kansas State 14, Iowa State 6
Auburn 21, Georgia 6
South Carolina 28, Virginia 14
Alabama 17, Georgia Tech 8
Duke 29, Wake Forest 0
OTHER SCORES
EAST
Syracuse 47, Colgate 0
Penn 42, Columbia 0
Brown 29, Harvard 22
Navy 28, George Washington 8
Army 26, Villanova 0
Boston College 18, Boston U. 13
Dartmouth 32, Cornell 15
Quantico 13, Rutgers 12
MIDWEST
Nebraska 14, Pittsburgh 6
Oklahoma State 6, Kansas 3
Cincinnati 15, Marquette 0
SOUTH
LSU 7, Mississippi State 6
West Virginia 56, Wm. & Mary 6
Clemson 13, North Carolink St. S
Florida 51, Arkansas State 7
FAR WEST
Colorado 7, Utah 0
California 12, Washington 7
Air Force 21, Wyoming 6
Oregon State 21, Stanford 7

WEST POINT, N.Y.-Pete Daw-
kins, at his brilliant best, wound
up his playing career in Army's
Michie Stadium yesterday by scor-
ing three touchdowns and pacing
the unbeaten Cadets to a 26-0
victory over stubborn Villanova.
It was the last home game for
the Army football captain and
mainly because of his efforts thex
Cadets will go up against Navy
two weeks from now undefeated
for the first time in eight years. In
1950 Army had won eight straight
before losing to Navy.
Air Force 21, Wyoming 6
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.-
Unbeaten Air Force fanned the
flames of its post-season bowl
hopes yesterday with a 21-6 foot-
ball victory over Wyoming.
Wyoming, leaders of the Skyline
Conference, snagged the first
touchdown on a 35-yard scoring
pass but couldn't match the fire
and precision of the Falcons over
the long haul.
Air Force, winner of seven
straight after being tied by Iowa,I
is under consideration for the
Cotton Bowl and the Gator Bowl.
* * *
Notre Dame 34, N. Carolina 24
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Junior
halfback Jim Crotty of Seattle
today led an inspired 70-yard scor-
ing drive in the third period that
pushed Notre Dame to a 34-24
football victory over North Caro-
lina's aerial circus.
In handing the Tar Heels their
first loss in seven games this
season and their ninth straight
setback in the series, the Irish
piled up a 21-6.lead early in the
second quarter then blew it in the
third.
* * *
Auburn 21, Georgia 6
COLUMBUS, Ga. - Rangy
Richard Wood pegged a perfect
44-yard scoring pass to Bobby
Lauder yesterday and fourth-
ranked Auburn powered on to a
21-6 Southeastern Conference
football victory over Georgia.
For the mighty Tigers, it was
their 22nd game without defeat.
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USED CARS
FOR SALE
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES at
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. )N1
'56 VW Sedan...............$1395
'58 Volvo Demonstrator ......$2195
'57 TR-3 Triumph..........$2195
MICHIGAN
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N31
FOR SALE
RACCOON COAT: good condition. For
sale cheap. NO 3-7110 after 10:30 p.m.
)B72
1954 ALMA TRAILER, 29 ft. Exc. cond.
1 bdrm; full bath; automatic hota
water; awning with screening. Call
HA 6-9882. )B70
DUO-THERM space heater, barrels, tub-
ing. etc. Gopd condition, reasonable.
Call NO 5-5145 mornings. )N4
MUST SACRIFICE: bedroom suite,
kitchen table and chairs, end tables
and a studio couch. NO 3-7793. )B67
1955 CREE MOBILE TOME 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.
)B57
PIANOS -ORGANS
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER SOHMER e KIMBALL
Dealer
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington, NO 3-3109
) B54
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts 69c. military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
)B2,

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TCU 22, Texas 8 TRANSPORTATION
FORT WORTH, Tex. - Fiery ROOM FOR male student. Clean. Hot
Hunter Enis awoke the slumbering and cold water. 2 blocks from cam-
giant of Texas Christian for a pus. $40 a month, Call after 5 p.m.
second haX rally that beat Texas 1302 Washtenaw Terrace. )Gill
22-8 today and put the Horned W ANTED RIDE-Mon. thru Fri.; must
Frogs alone atop the Southwest arrive Mich. Union 7:40 A.M. from
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BUSINESS SERVICES
HELLO THERE!! Why not plan on
having lox, bagels, cream cheese, on-
ion rolls, or assorted danish pastry
for breakfast this weekend? We'll be
open all day Sunday. too.
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
) J99
RITZ
BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty work
605 E. Williams
Phone NO 8-7066
)J2
SMITH'S
Ann Arbor's
First Carpet Store
Feoturing:
Karastan
Mohawk
Needletuft
CARPET STORE
207 E. Washington St.
-LINOLEUM STORE-
205 N. Main St.
..)JSi.
EDDIE'S PAINT STORE
WhitePaint.........$1.98 Per Gal.
Colors...............$2.48 Per Gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
)J77
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
GOOD MORNING! For this morning's
breakfast we have lox, bagels, cream
cheese, onion rolls, and assorted dan-
ish pastry. And for later in the week
-smoked whitefish, -gefilte fish,
kisher soups, pastrami and corn beef.
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J102
FOX MOTEL

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HI F1 STUDIO
An amazing inventory of HI-FI
components available to you at
catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier, AM - FM
tuner and speaker enclosure
kits in several brands.
1217 and 1317 S. University
NO 8-7942
)X5
SPEAKERS & INCLOSURES complete.
$19.95 to $860. Complete stock grill
cloth and hi-fi components.
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
)X14
GUITAR LESSONS: Guitars. Qualified
instructor. Call Maddy Music for de-
tails. NO 3-3395. 508 E. William. )X12

RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs. Pianos (Badwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Badwin,
Estey. Thomas) New and Used.
Terms M M

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
NEW TIRE SALE
4 - 670x15................,$59.95
4 a- 710 x 15.................$71.95
4 --7 -0x15..............$79.95
Plus tax and recappable.
Other size tires also on sale.
HICKEY'ยง SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main anid Catherine NO 8-7717
)S8
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Fainting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)84
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 it l"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168. )S1
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington'
Phone NO 3-4858
) S7
FOR RENT
HAVE ROOM for 2 riders to California
for Thanksgiving. Leaving Sunday.
Share expenses and driving. George
Tryon. Call after 6:00 pm. 315 Ferris
corner S. Hamilton, Ypsilanti. Near
Bus Station. )G1
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-There are
available for imnediate occupancy
efficiency, one and two bedroom
apts. at both University Terrace and
Northwood Apts. To be eligible you
must be a married student or full
time faculty member who is not al-
ready assigned to 'dither Univ. Terrac~e
or Northwood Apts. For information
please contact Mr. Melhuish, 1056
Ad. Building or call NO 3-1511, ext.
3311 or 2914. )C109

FOR RENT
SIX ROOM HOUSE, unfurnished, n
Law School. available flecember 8tI]
$90.00 per month. Call after 7 PM. N1
8-6415e, rris Realtor. )1
TWO ROOM SUITE for men. Rent B
double or single. $7 and $10 a wee
Linens. One block to Union, Phon
NO 8-6757. )C1(
ROOMMATE WANTED to share vex
nice new 3 man apartment. Good c
cation! Study conditions, reasonab
rent. Call John Neily or Frank Whe
lan at NO 3-7130 after 5 P.M.
HOUSE FOR RENT: Whitmore La]
East Shore Drive. 2 bedroom Rane
Home. Automatic oil heat, cloth
washer. Electric stove. Large Ic
Phone Ann Arbor 2-6612 after 5 P.1
IO
ROOM TO RENT: Pleasant single e
half of large doible room in quie
private home. Reasonable. 1803 H
St. )CI
ROOMMATE WANTED to share apar
zent. Would prefer someone 21
over. 512 W. Hoover, Mary Barbe
NO 3-6629. )C
TWO furnished apartments--reasonat
walking distance to campus. Call N
3-4402. 524 W. Liberty. )C
ROOM FOR MALE-Large single roor
carpeted, new bed, near all spor
across from Wines Field. Linen fu
nished. Room cleaned weekly. To rex
immediately at $8.50. 402 Benjami
NO 2-8372. )C
TRAILER SPACE,
AVAILABLE
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor,
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
ant surroundings.
STARLIGHT TRAILER COUR
10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7199
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK. Modern furnish
apartments. 514 8. Forest. NO 2-144
p
FOR RENT-Apartment-4 rooms ar
bath. 338 Maynard. Call NO 8-97
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MADDY MUSIC
508 E. WilliamI
ALTERATION

NO 3-3223
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A terations, Dressmaking
Expertly done. Reasonable. NO 3-2389.
)P7

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IN NFL ACTION TODAY:
Bears Battle Colts for Division Lead'

By AL SINAI
Revenge is the keyword today
as the Chicago Bears host the
Western Division's leading team,
Baltimore.
Chicago, which trails the Colts
by only one game, is out to avenge
four losses inflicted by Baltimore
in their last five clashes. This
includes a 51-38 shellacking suf-
fered by the Bears early this sea-j
son.
Baltimore coach Weeb Ewbank
plans to use George Shaw at
quarterback for the third consecu-
tive week in place of the injured
John tUnitas. Shaw has thrown
six touchdown passes since he has
been in the lineup.
Leading Offense
The Colt's league leading offense
will be led by backs Alan Ameche
and Lenny Moore, and, of course,
end Ray Berry. as Baltimore has
gained more total yardage and
scored more points, 225, than any
other NFL team this season.
The team that broke Baltimore's
unbeaten string, New York. will be
in Pittsburgh today for a game

losses as they take on Washington
in the nation's capital.
LeBaron Out
Cleveland could have a distinct
advantage as the Redskins star
quarterback, Eddie LeBaron, may
miss today's game because of the
flu. LeBaron tops the league in
average gain per pass with 9.92
yards in 94 attempts.
Jimmy Brown will make another,
attempt to break Steve Van Bur-
en's rushing mark of 1,146 yards.
He needs but 135 yards to equal
this record. The Lions last Sunday
were the first club this year to hold
him to under 100 yds.
Lions Host 49ers
Detroit will meet the San Fran-
cisco 49ers at Briggs Stadium in
an attempt to win their third
game of the season. The Lions
helped to tighten the NFL race by
routing Cleveland, 30-10, last week,
and have improved with each
game.
Elsewhere in the league, Los
Angeles meets Green Bay, and the
Chicago Cardinals take on the
Philadelphia Eagles.
The Rams are back in the run-
ning for the Western Division title
with a 4-3 record, and hold an
18-6 advantage in their series with
the Packers, while the Cardinals
and the Eagles fought to a 21-21
tie earlier in the season.

PERSONAL
PLANNED PARENTHOOD Clinic. Ad-
vice by physician on birth control-
medical aid for couples who want
children but have been unable to
have them. Professional Counsel on
marriage problems. Physician, nurse,
family counselor in charge. Clinic
Hours: Tues. & Thurs.-7:30 p.m. to
9:00 p.m. 122 N. Fourth Ave. Phone
NO 2-9282. )F120
THE OLD PHILOSOPHER-Hate no
one; hate their vices, not themselves.
)F-..
DEAR WORKERS:
Thanks for manning a bucket de-
spite the rain. Junior
)F155
MEN-Are your girls deserting you be-
cause you're not aesthetic? R. Bun-
thorne. poet, gives lessons in aes-
theticism. Nov. 20, 21, 22 at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. )F156
HAVE A custom made dress for the
holidays this year. Shirls Sewing
Shop. 3016 Packard Road. NO 8-7143.
Evenings Call NO 3-7341. )F159
TO THE girls at 902 Baldwin-A Great
Big Thanks. Irv
)F158
HITCH UP the surrey, Pa, "Oklahoma'"
tickets go on sale tomorrow-Union.
)F157
CAMPUS CLOSEUP
Do you know?
Norman M. Larson ......NO 2-7701
Ruth Brinkmann........NO 3-2559
ARE THOSE GRADES discouraging?
Try the Union Tutorial File for the
best in tutors. )F126
MUSKEGON - THANKSGIVING
CHARTER BUS
Leave 3:30 4.00

JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP 3
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations foT Men and Women
Pressing While You Wait
1185' E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Conlin & Wetherbee Clothing
Store) )P6
TIM'S AND CHRISTINES' TAILOR
SHOP, formerly operated by Hector
Philp. Alterations for men, women
and children. New zippers and repair-
ing. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. NO 3-6228.
213? S. Main. Above drug store. )P5
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,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WO 3-5776. )P1
HELP WANTED
POSITION as Rtesident House Parents
for older Grad. couple who will be
in city for 2 or more years. Main-
tenance and salary. Tine for hus-
band's graduate work. Call Mr. Clif-
ton. NO 3-5011. )Hl6

The MICHIGAN UNION and the I.S.A
present
PETE SEEGE R
and
SONNY TERRY
Thursday, Nov. 20 8:00 P M
Hi Auditorium
Tickets on sale at the
UNION MAIN DESK-ALL DAY
and
STUDENT OFFICES-2-5 P.M.
$1.00
r. st'i"cr ec(IsIvLcly ow FolkwIay)s Records

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Room Phones
Free TV
2805 E. Michigan

HU 2-2204

ZEKE BRATKOWSKI
* .. big game for Bears
with the Steelers, in an attempt to
maintain at least a tie for first
place with Cleveland in the East-
ern Division.
Paul Brown and company will
try to come back after two straight

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ONE-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORDS...
Shoe Repairing
Hat Cleaning
Tailoring
Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966 )J32
POTATOES-U.S ,No.1 D 3.00-100 lbs.
Bananas-15c lb. Demarco Produce.
NO 2-7747 )J95
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RUSSIA-3 week tour next summer.
Call NO 3-3883 after 6. )F56

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The QUARRY invites YOU to see
RESEARCH MICROSCOPES and
MICRO-PHOTO INSTRUMENTS
which will be displayed and demonstrated at our store, 318 South
State Street, November 18 and 19 from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Complete lines of LEITZ Inc., BOLEX, and HASSELBLAD
are featured. We urge you to attend if you have problems or
interests regarding micro equipment.

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FEINER GLASS & PAINT CO.

216 W. William Street

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Telephone NO 8-8014 11

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