s8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Marksman Shatters Michigan Defense
(Continued from Page 1)
victory over Southern Methodist.
On 'avy's second series from
1 scrimmage, the Middies drove
down to Michigan's 11 yard-line
but lost the ball via a fumble re-
covered by Wolverine halfback
With Frosty Evashevski calling
the signals, the Wolverines drove
to the Navy 36 before surrender-
4 ing the ball. The Middies then
drove to the Michigan 43 before
punting. Unable to move the ball,
Michigan called in sophomore
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES
Frank Stagg to punt. Stagg's punt
went only 15 yards giving Navy
a first down on Michigan's 33
Four plays later Navy was lead-
ing 6-0. The key play was the
Middies first from scrimmage, a
15 yard pass from Staubach to
end Jim Campbell. Staubach rolled
around left end for the score. Fred
Marlin kicked the extra point.
The Midshipmen tallied their
second in the closing seconds of
the first half. Taking the ball on
their own 20, Staubach set up the
score by calling five straight run-
ning plays. With six seconds re-
maining, Staubach hit halfback
Johnny Sai on the Michigan 25
and the fleet halfback scampered
all the way for a 54 yard, pass-
and-run combination. Marlin's
conversion attempt was wide and
the Middies held a 13-0 halftime
A pass interception by Navy
halfback Ed Orr gave the Middies
their third score. Evashevski's pass
intended for end Jim Conley was
picked off by Orr on the Michigan
24 yard-line. Orr returned it to
the Michigan five.
Three plays later fullback Pat
Donnelly hit left guard from the
one-foot-line and hit pay dirt.
Marlin's kick was true and the
Middies led 20-0.
It was time for Michigan to take
the initiative and coach Bump El-
liott put Chandler in at quarter-
back. Finding ends Craig Kirby
and Henderson in the open,
Chandler directed the Wolverines
from the Michigan 40 to the Navy
On second down with nine yards
to go, Chandler hit Henderson
with a bomb in the end zone for
the first Michigan score. Quarter-
back Bob Timberlake kicked the
The Midshipman, driven by the
infallible Staubach, came right
back to put the game completely
on ice. Navy started on their own
20 and moved the 80 yards in nine
plays. In this series Staubach
passed three times and ran twice:
Two passes, one to end Gary Kell-
ner and the other to end Neil
Henderson, moved the Middies
from their own 37 to the Michigan
The Middie superman then ran
for 10 yards. The touchdown pass
could have been one of the most
sensational ever seen in Michigan
Stadium. Staubach dropped back
to pass but saw no one open.,
Michigan, putting a big rush
on Staubach drove him back to at
least the 25 yard-line. Then with
at least two Wolverine tacklers
hanging on, Staubach sidearmed
a bullet to Henderson on the one
and the end scored. The conver-
sion attempt was fumbled.
Michigan scored its second and
last touchdown in the closing sec-
onds of the game. Again hitting
Henderson and Kirby, Chandler
moved Michigan 83 yards in eight
plays. With one second left,
Chandler hit Henderson in the
end zone. A two-point conversion
attempt ended in an incompleted
pass and the game ended 26-13.
The Middies outgained Michigan
in total offense 391 to 228, and,
the men from Annapolis had 18
first downs as compared with
Staubach didn't have a favorite
target. He had eight of them.
Donnelly picked off three passes
while four Middies had two each
and three had one each. Sai -who
caught only one pass, the TD
bomb in the closing seconds of the
first half, had the most receiving
The Annapolis signalcaller ac-
tually picked up 94 yards rushing
but lost 24 for a net of 70. Still
he was far and away the leading
rusher on the gridiron yesterday.
Michigan's Henderson with six
receptions for 103 yards was the
leading receiver. Kirby, playing in
his first game, caught four arials
for 41 yards.
Michigan was bothered through-
out the game with injuries. Tackle
Bill Yearby and guard and cap-
tain Joe O'Donnell were both side-
lined with head injuries. Both are
expected to be in action next
week aaginst Michigan State.
Halfback Dick Rindfuss, 'Michi-
gan's leading rusher for the sec-
ond straight week with-33 yards
was sidelined in the third period'
with a knee injury. He'is expected
to play next week.
THE NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS
The New Christy Minstrels
The New Christy Minstrels
O.K., I'll go alreadyl! Oct. 12 - Hill F50
WANT TO WORK abroad? With eco-
nomics or business background, you
are eligible to spend 2-6 months at a
foreign job. Come to Mass Meeting of
A.I.E.S.G.C., Tues., Oct. 8, 7:15 at
Bus. Ad. Bldg. F
GARAGE FOR RENT on White Street
off Packard. $10 a month. Ask for
Barb or Gloria, Senior Edit Office,
Daily, 23241, or 53516. Ft
"COLOGNES; FOR THE MALE ANI-
MAL" available at the Village Apo-
thecary, 1112 S. University Ave. F
1 DAY 3 DAYS
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Phone NO 2-4786
GO GO GO - BUY'
Furniture, bookcases, books, chests,
desks; Appliances; Antiques; Musical
instruments. Bought, sold. DARWINS,
2930 S. State. NO 8-7744. F11
First Downs 16.
Total No. of Rushes 39
Net Yards-Rushing 84
Forward Passes Att. 14
Intercepted by 1
Yds. Interceptions Ret. 7
Total Plays (Rushes and
Punts, Number 7
Average Distance 31
Kickoffs, returned by 4
Yards Kicks Returned 16
Fumbles, Number "2
Ball lost by 1.
Penal ties, Number 2
Yards penalized 10
TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE-End John Henderson (81) hauls in
Bob Chandler's 20 yard pass in the end zone for Michigan's final,
tally yesterday. John Sai (48) and a hidden Navy back covered on
the play; but this time they are unsuccessful,
I 665-9655 665-9655 ;
, IF BUSY IF BUSY
_ 665-380 1308 SO. UNIVERSITY 665-38,0
I l Varieties of Pizza in 3 Sizes
- FREE FAST DELIVERY ON ANY SIZE PIZZA - u
12" 14" 16" A
Plain Cheese Pizza... .. ...1.20 1.63 2.12
' Cheese and One Item 1.44 1.92 2.40 :
I Visit Our Snack Bar
for a large variety of moderately priced
sandwiches--seating for 65
Free delivery on sandwich and drink
orders ($2.00 minimum) '
S Delivery starts j
Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-1 a.ni. 5 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
* Fri.-Sat. Ii a.m.-2 a.m. no on Sunday
=I= = = = = = = = *= = = = = = = = = = 4
GO GO GO - Buy What
300 S. Thayer
Serving German Food
NOW BEING considered- for publi-
cation in the campus inter-arts mag-
azine, GENERATION. All material
submitted will be carefully read,
criticized, and returned if not used.
Manuscripts may be left at the main
office, Student Publications Bldg.
First issue in October.
GO GO GO - Buy Glee Club Records
in Fishbowl this week. F3
SUSAN, How've ya been, Susan? P31
LOST YOUR purpose Find it at the
University Reformed Church Service,
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. F46
FURNITURE for Sale. Call 30175. F5
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds I" 1209 S. University. 663-
Att. Comp. Yds.
16 14 237
By The Associated Press
DALLAS, Tex.-A savage de- the 39.
fense set up the opportunities
and the passing of Danny Thomas ,Duke
and the kicking of John Richey
carried through yesterday as
Southern Methodist knocked Air RICHIV
Force Academy from football's Duke thr
unbeaten ranks' 10-0. came fi
It was a jarring upset. touchdow
A blocked kick led to Richey's for a 30.
26-yard field goal in the 'first Blue Deo
period. A fumble recovery set SMU a fourth
on. the way to a touchdown in the- Conferer
second period with Thomas pass- A 60-yi
ing for 49 yards in sparking a sophomo
68-yard touchdown drive. The Stan Cr
SMU pass defense and ball-hawk- Devils fr
ing linemen held Air Force at put ther,
Terry Isaacson, the Air Force After
star, was a threat all the way but Devils ac
it was, his pass that Tommy kinson's
Caughran intercepted in the sec-ad ansp
ond period and scatted back 70 down ip
yards to wipe out the most serious halfback
threat of a score made by the Fly
Penn State Romps, touchdo
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.-Penn classyc
State's unbeaten Nittany Lions Mazurek
cashed in on two fumble recoveries rugged
and a pass interception for three 35-15 in
touchdowns to beat Rice 28-7 in ball gamy
an intersectional football battle. It was
Four different backs-Tom Ur- '-all ag
banik, Garry Klingensmith, Ed tion--a
Stuckrath and Don Kunit-ac- that the;
counted for the scoring as the triumphs
Lions unleashed their best ground Four
attac this season. ross for
Rice fumbles set up the first sophomo:
and third Penn State tallies, but tress sce
it was Doi Caum's interception of tillating
a Walt McReynolds pass deep in and peri
Nittany Lion territory in the third. yard pas,
quarter that turned the tide. Lucas
With the swore knotted 7-7, back anc
Caum snared the ball on the State gineerin
in advance for four week periods.
raced back 25 yards to
RCA-VICTOR clock-radio for sale. AM,f
almost new, works very well. White
with gold numerals. 5-9761, Ext. 104.
HI-FI COMPONENTS used; best offer.I
Call a.m. 663-1531, Ext. 7526 or p.m.
FOR SALE-Microscope "Zeiss' mono-I
cularbinocular, excellent cond. Ph.
542-6431, Detroit. ~ B9
HOUSE-Three bedrooms, $14,000, terms
to suit. Lakewood, 115 Highlake, city,
gas heat, full basement, fenced back-
yard, wooded lot, near elementary
school, lake, shopping center, bus line.
Almn. storm screens - screen porch,
tool shed; electric stove, dishwasher.
NO 5-5839. B15
GARAGE and open parking available
near intersection of Wilmont, Forest
and Geddes. Also next to Harris Hall.
Call NO 2-7787. C14
3 BDRM. APT., fireproof, laundry fa-
cilities, garage. In SW Ann Arbor. NO-
3 ROOMS AND BATH near campus. Off-
street parking. NO 5-7215 or 2-25451
after 6. C12
GIRL ROOMMATE Wanted to sharei
furn'd. apt. near campus. Call NO
4-7112 after 5:00.. C10
ROOMATE(S) WANTED, professional or
student, to share 3 bdrm. house. Sin-
gle bdrm. available. Call 5-2170 or
come to 809 E. University between 5
and 8 p.m. C9
ROOMMATE WANTED - 2-man apt.
$3250/mo. Center campus. 2-7759 after
4 p.m. C
Block from LawQuad. $4.50 per mag
NO 3-7268. 045
GRAD STUDENT (1 or 21, to share new,
modern apt. 3 blocks from campus.
453-3287. - 012
Modern apts. available NOW and for
second semester. 1, 2 and 3 persons.
Call 3-8866. C11
ROOM FOR RENT-Clean, pleasant;
garage included. ;Male student pre-
ferred. 223 Buena Vista. NO 2-7692.
LOOKING FOR GIRL ROOMMATE for
new, spacious apartment near cam-
pus, Excellent facilities. Phone NO
5-2167 after 6 p.mn. if interested. Cl
BEL-AIR APTS.-1 and 2 bedrooms. All
new. Danish modern furniture. Air-
conditioning, balconies, wall to wall
carpeting. Campus location. 2-5780.
Eves. 2-5140. C24
HOUSE FOAi SALE-2 Bedrm, $9500, 3
lots, Roc face cement block garage.
Whitmore Lake Sub. Call 30175. F4
Ralph's Market is OPEN Now!
Try some bagels and lox or coffeecake.
You'll find Ralph at
Open every Sunday morning.-_-
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD for twomen stu-
dents in private home, Spanish
speaking preferred. Call 668-6612 or
RIDE WANTED-Teacher needs week-
day ride to Dearborn, Expressway,
near Telegraph Rd. Share expenses.
Call 665-9867. 08
WANTED-Ride to Miami of Ohio in.
Oxford, Ohio, the weekend of Oct. 25.
Call Judy at 3-7541, Ext. 761. 07
RIDERS WANTED to Detroit Mon.-Fri.
Call 5-2170. 09
WANT RIDE Tuesday and Thursday
from Ypsi to campus and arrive by 9
a.m., to leave at 6 p.m. Will share
expenses. Call 483-4452. 01
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1958 VESPA-In good running cond.
$125. Call Andy, 66-28573 after 4 on
1957 LAMBRETTA, almost assembly line
condition. All extras included. 5100
actual miles. Call Bob Rodes, 5-2501.
HONDA 305cc - Less than 4000 miles.
Fine condition\ Call 662-6700. Z24
1960 CUSHMAN SCOOTER-New paint
'ob. Call 662-7880. Z22
FOR SALE-1962 Honda 305 Super Hawk.
Call 2-0050. Reasonable. Zil
FOR SALE-Bella Motor Scooter, like
new. One of the finest made. Must
see to appreciate. 665-3291. Z12,
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
1906 Packard Road
CYCLES & SCOOTERS-BMW-r5o-'59,
all white, extras. Harley tricycle, great
for campus and winter; carries 4,
giant luggage compartment. Vespas,
Cushmans and Lambrettas. NO 3-1714.
963 Sunbeam Alpine: Engine and
trans. just rebuilt; a very competi-
tive race car.
Call Bill Wooding -- NO 3-4213. 62
1960 FIAT-In good condition, less than
10,000 miles. Phone NO 2-2625. N50
1960 PORSCHE-1600 coupe, absolutely
like new. 5 new tires. NO 2-0280, eve-
1929 HUDSON super 6, 4 door sedan.
Call 449-7051. N48
1958 DODGE Convertible. Beautiful
cond. Full power. Must sell. Call 663-
9883 after 5:15 p.m. N1
1959 VW KARMAN GHIA. Good cond.
$895. NO 2-8584 after 5:30 p.m. N47
1962 FALCON, stick, heat, music, deluxe
trim. Clean and sharp. Student must
sell. 665-280. N145
1963 BUICK LE SABLE-4-door hard-
top, power brakes and steering, many
extras. Excellent condition, low mile-
age, private owner. HU 2-0405. N37
1964 models on display now. ALSO: 1960
AIfa '2000 roadster; sharp, 28,000 miles,
1959 Alfa Giulietta Spider, black,
radio, nice, $1495. 1958 Alfa Super
Spider, red, engine overhauled, nice,
Overseas Imported Cars Inc.
331 S. 4th. 662-2541
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-3-mo.-old gray and white tiger-
s65 4lkitten. If found, please call
LOST-Keys in vicinity of Frieze or s.
State. Call 3-1561, Ext. 1275. A14
Tuesday and Thursday 6:00
Friday at 5:30
t . 663-4129
GET YOUR "Activities Booklet" NOW-
Student Offices-Michigan Union. Fl
HAIRCUT, Mon. thru Thurs., 347 May-
nard, near Arcade. $1.50 Fri. and-Sat.
RONI, HOW 've ya' BEEN? F45
COALESCENCE needs COORDINATION.
YOU can be my PATRONESS. NO 8-
"CRESCENDO" is more than- a perfume
... it is a mood . . . as personal as
your signature, as indeed it becomes
the moment you wear it.
The Village Apothecary
1112 So. University Ave.
DO YOU PLAY the Ukelele? Call 8-
8141 between 4 and 8. F28
DIG the MET-TET P48
STUDENT WIVES or Housewives -
Pleasant part-time work. Excellent
pay." No experience, no investment.
Must have car and phone. NO 3-
0633, 6-8 P.M. or weekends. H42
VOTE for Walter-Gottlieb for SOC. P44
GRADUATE DELEGATE positions still
open for the Conference on the Uni-
versity. Petitions available at SGC
office in SAB. Undergraduate slots
all filled. F34
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call C. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 300 S. Thayer, NO
"PRETEXT" is a perfume of illusion
. a true companion for Cinderella
The Village Apothecary
1112 So. University Ave.
MANUSCRIPT typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing, offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
recognized, small enough to give attention to individual growth and advancement
and at the same time part of a larger organization offering many benefits, such
as diverse research projects appealing to particular interests, freedom to exchange
ideas and results, and recurring opportunities for higher positions either here or
To specialize in a chosen field and to build scientific status for yourself
To grow professionally through your work and study, stimulating semi-
nars, and advanced lecture courses by visiting professors and other,
To advance vertically in the same line of work as fast and as far as your
ability will take you
To present papers before national and international scientific meetings
To enjoy the advantages of freedom to publish
IF these are your goals, then join us and advance your career in
challenging basic and applied research on the derivaties, reactions, structure,.-and
general physical and chemical properties of organic chemical raw materials.
Sign up for interview with our representative on
October 23, 1963
At your Placement Office
AIRFLIGHT to MEXICO
Dec. 21 thru Dec. 31
1 Round trip for Det Metro
1 All meals
1 All transport in Mexico
1 Trip to Acapulco
1 1st class hotel accommodations
AIR FLIGHT only $199
665-5182 3-7541 Ext.250
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
salad, potatoes, bread and butter
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
ANN ARBOR PIANO SCHOOL-Classics,
Jazz, Theory, taught by pro. pianist.
308 Catherine, Ann Arbor. 662-3735.
AVON REP, now on N. Campus. Will
service dorms. Xmas gift specials.
Call 665-7490. J13
WILL DO TYPING at home. Have taken
University qualifying tests. Have dis-
sertation experience. 25c a page, Sc a'
copy. Marilyn McGuire, 663-5328, J14
HARPSICHORD instruction by graduate
of Yale School of Music. Instrument
available for practice. 8-8309. J10
4 CA iA'C CT"DrF I