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Coast Teams Improving

they have had their powerful
teams, and each year the competi-
tion within the conference is
among the best in the country. In
addition, they manage to have
their individual stars who share
the college scene with the greats
in the Big Ten, the Southeast
Conference and the Pacific Coast
teams.
Pre-season All-America
Take this year, for instance.
North Carolina State's Roman
Gabriel is everybody's pick for
All-American quarterback. Last
year Norman Snead led the na-
tion in total offense from his,
quarterback slot.
Today four of the conference
teams play outsiders and two host'
the remaining two teams in the
league.
North Carolina State travels to
Tuscaloosa, Alabama to play the
third rated Crimson Tide.
Duke Faces Georgia Tech
The Bluedevils of Duke are also
on ,the road traveling to Atlanta to
take on mean- Georgia Tech.
Bobby Dodd's crew has lost one
game, but they play a rugged
type of football. Duke may have
its hands full. South Carolina and
Virginia are at home. The Game-
cocks host the LSU Tigers, while
VMI invades Virginia.
Conference action finds Wake
SForestat Clemson and North Caro-,

lina at Maryland. The Wake
Forest-Clemson game wll be a
squeaker, but undefeated Mary-
land may find the mark with
North Carolina, which hasn't
shown impressive form since its
opening game upset of arch-rival
North Carolina State.
Two Team Battle
Duke and Maryland are the
only remaining undefeated teams
in the conference, each owning
victories over conference teams,
so the race for the title seems to
be shaping up as a battle between
them.
Among other games to watch
this week are Arkansas at Baylor,
slated to be a bruising Southwest
Conference clash and Southern
California at Notre Dame. The
Irish are undefeated and the Tro-
jans are hot from their "almost"
victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Cadets at Penn State
Army travels to Penn State for
the big game in the East, while
Mississippi risks its undefeated
status against a tough team from
1 Houston.
In other crucial battles, Okla-
homa will try to Break Texas'
winning streak and Nebraska -will
travel to Syracuse, hoping to con-
tinue its luck against the Orange-
men, who still burn from their
loss to Maryland last week.

HUDLE THEM BENNIE -- Bennie McRae, Michigan's fleet
left halfback, leaps by the outstretched arm of an Army de-.
fender in last week's 38-8 victory. He gained over 90 yards
during the day and accounted for one of the Wolverine's touch-
downs.

MSU Gridders
Predict Victory

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following.
article was written especiaM for
The Daily by Jerry Fischer, Michi-
gan State News Sports Editor.)
By JERRY FISCHER
Sports Editor Michigan State News
EAST LANSING-The Michigan
State football team took a long
look at destiny Thursday, and
then expressed confidence that it'
will defeat arch-rival Michigan,
today.
The Spartans weren't bragging.
In fact, some of the playes were
downright bashful about a predic-
tion.
The return of quarterback Pete
Smith to the practice field brought
the Spartans to life. Smith was
back Wednesday from his home
in Ecorse where he attended his
father's funeral.
Smith's father died din the stands
last Saturday watching his son
quarterback the Spartans to a 31-
3 victory over Stanford.
Smith, along with team Captain
Rocky Ryan, was among the more
doubtful predictors of Saturday's,
outcome. Smith said: "It's the
same as any other game. We put
our pants on the same way. If we
all' put out, though, we'll win."
Ryan wouldn't venture any def-
inite opinion but said: "Our. team
spirit, as it has been ,is excellent.
But I'll wait until the final gun
goes off before I predict who
will win."
The other players were more.
confident than Smith and Ryan.
Here are a few of their comments.

Ernie Clark, defensive end -
"We know they are a good team,
but we're ready. I have no doubt
of victory. We should wip by two
touchdowns."
Ron Hatcher, fullback - "We
have worked hard all week pre-
paring ourselves physically as well
as mentally. We have the spirit
and if we go all out and execute.
our plays as we have been taught,
the chances of victory are nothing
but positive."
Dewey Lincoln, halfback-"We'll
*win it, by how ,much I don't,
'know', but we'll win."
Sherman Lewis, halfback--"It's
going to be touch and go. We'll
have to play better ball than in
our first two games. But I feel
we'll win."
George Saimes, fullback - (In
commenting that Michigan stu-
dents consider Michigan State a
cow school) "They forget we have
bulls up here as well as cows."
James Callinicos, team mina-
ger - "They'll be feeling blue
when we crush the Maize."
Duffy Daugherty,. coach-"This
-is one of the healthiest rivalries in
the country. Nowhere else can a
game attract so much interest.
Everyone wants to be the best in
the state."
The ever-present locker room
humorist added a final touch to
the comments. He said, "We'll hit
,'em so hard and so fast they,
won't be able to see it, but they'll
hear it."

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14
General Notices
Recital Cancelled: The Two Piano Re-
,ital of Eugene Bossart and Charles
Fisher originally scheduled for Sun.,
Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. in Hill Aud. has
been cancelled. The recital will now
take place on Sun., Oct. 22.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
Farmers Insurance Group, Detroit,
Mich.-Opening for Claims Representa-
tive. Eight weeks training program in
Claims Adjusting; followed by monthly
courses on part-time basis. Young man
with LLB - Veteran or draft-exempt
person given preference. No exper. re-
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Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis,
Ind.-WOMAN for opening as Scientific
Reference Librarian. Will search scien-"
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ed by company personnel & evaluate
& classify material for information
files. Must have 5th year Library Sci.
degree; scientific backfround desirable.
Abrams Instrument Corp., Lansing,
Mich.-Position for Mechanical Engnr.
with minimum of BSME & E to 3 yrs.
exper. in design of small mechanisms
for aircraft or missile environment.
Also. opening for Electronic Engnr. with
minimum of BSEE & I to 3 yrs. exper.
in semiconductor devices for aircraft
& missile environmental conditions de-
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Please contact General Div., Bureau
of Appts.. 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for fur-
ther information,,
The following schools have listedl
teaching vacancies as of September,
1961.
Detroit,. Mich. (South Redford Schs.)
-8th grade Engl./Hist.
Inkster, Mich.-Jr. RH Ind. Arts (Gen.
Shop).
Aonia, Mich. (Dept. of Corrections) -
Automotive,- Mechanics Teacher.
Northville, Micb.-Engl.
Des Plaines, II.-Jr. HS Soc. Stud.
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West Virginia PIp & Paper Co., All
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Service.
OCT. 17-8-
Scott Paper Co., Research Div. -
Chem.), Engrg. Res. & Dev.-(Mech.),
Staff Engrg. & Operations, Res. at
Hdqts. Res. & Engrg. Ctd., Phila., Pa.
& Tech. Control & Plant Engrg. at all
plants-Al Degrees: ChE & ME & in-
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Feb. & June graduates. Des., R. & D.,
Prod.
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Employment
tie following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
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Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
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Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
2-Room jobs, 1 for this semester only,
1 for the school year.
1-Commercial artist, 2-4 hours per'
MO.
2-Production help, making donuts.
Hours 9-12 noon or 4-8 p.m., 5-7
days per week.
1-Busboy, 12:00-2:00, five days per
week.
1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday and Satur-
day evenings.
4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
commission basis.
3-Salesmen to sell college sportswear
for men.
2--Psych. experiments.
-Several salesmen to sell magazines.
1-Engineering student, must be at
least a junior, background in ra-
dio-isotope.
2-3-Ambulance drivers & attendants,
experienced in first aid, Senior card
in Red Cross. Night hours avail-
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for 3 weeks. nossiblv longer.
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