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OCTOBER15.1959,

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'tit 11:30 A.M.

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Vendetta

W STER'S INTERNATIONAL says the following about vendetta:
"a feud for blood revenge ... the obligation of the nearest rela-
tives of a. dead or injured man to vengeance on the offender ... is
regarded as especially sacred, but sometimes the feud is harmonized
by mediators and an oath taken to forego vengeance."
Smooth-talking mediators may have been credited with keeping
the innards from spilling from a few hot-blooded Corsicans back in
the days of Dumas.
But even "The Great Pacifier" Henry Clay, the supreme soother
of frayed feelings, would find Michigan's combat-ready men of the
gridiron too irrational a group to heed calm advice. At least during
this week.
October 17 is a red-letter day on the Wolverines' calendar, red
being symbolic of the Michigan blood shed in Northwestern's Dyche
Stadium just about a year ago. On that battle field occurred one of
the gory massacres in all Maize and Blue football history, a 55-24'
} ambush._
And now the next in kin of that fallen band are ready to carry
forth their vendetta. There will be no harmonizing here.
Fielding H. Yost had a mighty club that was once upset by
Pennsylvania. He'tore into the dressing room raging and uttered a
Wolverine classic: "Who are they to defeat.a Michigan team!"
Well, Michigan teams had been beaten before and they've been
beaten since. But never had a Big Ten outfit scarred the Wolverines
as thoroughly as last year's Wildcats. These are scars that haven't
healed, and won't heal 'til vengeance is done.
Hollywood Setting ...
IT WOULD BE a great tale for the boys at .Movieland, USA, if
Michigan accomplished its goal. And the revenge motive would
even have to tape a back seat in dramatic appeal. For the Wolverines
collide with the number two team in the nation.
On the surface, they stand as much chance as that melting sphere
of snow in you-know-where. They have only one victory in their pos-
session, and that against winless Oregon State. Northwestern, of
course, is unbeaten, with triumphs over Oklahoma, Iowa and Minne-
sota.
But wait! Last minute developments are indicating that all is
not lost for the Wolverines, at least not until the game is played and
finished.
First comes news that Ron Burton, sensational halfback who
needs only 10 more points to establish a new NU record, will probably
join quarterback Dick Thorton on the sidelines. Burton has a sprained
ankle, Thornton a broken one.
Next, reserve signal caller' Bob Eickhoff is victim of a bruised
right'shoulder and has missed three straight days of practice. Eickhoff
was the 'Cats' hero last week in the 6-0 trimming of the. Gophers.
Third, Bump Elliott's employment of the.-three platoon system
makes depth, a Michigan strong point. Such was not the case last
year when the Wolverines were forced to go with a third-string quar-
terback after the first two were injured.
There's no doubt that this mass substitution works wonders late
in the game. Michigan has outscored all three of its opponents in the
second half. Thus; if the Wolverines can play Northwestern even the
first 30 minutes, it should be an interesting final half indeed.
Fourth, the pressure is on the visitors, not Michigan. They have
a national ranking, Big 10 title and Rose Bowl bid hanging on every
block, every pass,- every snap of the ball. Michigan is fighting for
nothing except victory itself and revenge.
Which leads to the fifth Michigan asset: 'hey're UP for this one.
Last week's win helped immensely.
Pound for -pound the Wolverine is supposedly one of the most
vicious animals around, Any animal that has tasted blood once is a
killer forever.

PHILADELPHIA-Austin Gun-
sel, a soft-spoken, conservative
former FBI agent, yesterday was
appointed acting commissioner of
the National Football League un-
til the organization's annual
meeting in late January.
The 50-year-old father of two
accepted the "tremendous respon-
sibility" with a promise to strive
to continue the success the NFL
enjoyed during the 13-year tenure
of the late Commissioner Bert
Bell.
Gunsel's appointmentata
meeting of the league's 12 club-
owners came a few hours after
Bell's funeral. He was voted in un-
animously on a motion by George
Halas, owner-coach of the Chi-
cago Bears.
No other names were offered for
the commissioner's post. The own-
ers, who apparently had agreed
on a course of -action at informal
meetings since Monday, wasted
little time in officially naming
Gunsel to the post.

The big unanswered question,
of course, was what will the league
do. about a permanent successor.
What chance does Gunsel, brought
into the league seven years ago by
Bell as its chief investigative offi-
cer, have to keep the post?
Gunsel asserted that he would
carry out the policies Bell set "un-,
til my successor is named at the
January meeting." He wasn't sure
he wanted the job permanently
even if the owners offered it to
him.
The effect of the interim ap-
pointment, however, would appear
to make him a strong candidate
for election at the league meeting.
He was Bell's confidante, knows
the league's problems, and, more
important, has no club allegiance.
Men sure to be considered for
the job include Edwin P. Ander-
son, president of the Detroit
Lions; Don Kellett, general man-
ager at Baltimore, and various
prominent outsiders.

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PERSONAL
STEW, A watched pot never boils.
Al, Ken, Morley (F??)
THE BLUE GROTTO Dance Hall will
open this Friday night at 9 o'clock. A
Rocking. and a Swinging pad far col-
lege students. Records and Band. $1.00
per person. Place: 4 miles outside of
Ann Arbor city limits on Pontiac
Trail (just across the railroad tracks).
F69
Students of Michigan: LET'S KEEP TO-
GETHER -- and avoid the COLD!2
F56
SUPPORT YOUR SGC - vote at the
elections Nov. 3 and 4. F55
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & 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!"
1220 S. ,University at Forest
NO 8-9168
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Winter Lubrication
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Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
S2
USED CARS
'54 FORD 2 door, 6. Overdrive, heater,
seat covers. NO 3-6465. N24
MGA-'56. Red wire wheels, Motorola
heater. $1,450. Call TUxedo 5-1801
Collect. N22;
1953 STUDEBAKER, V8, hardtop, stand-
ard transmission (floor )shift) 'with
overdrive. New paint, nice rubber.
Radio, heater. NO 3-7133 after 5.
N18
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Academic Notices
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Dr.
R. Schaetz will speak on "Non-linear
Steady Non-isotropic Threedimension-
al Compressible Flows,"- Thurs., Oct.
15, 1959, at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 246 W.
Engrg. Refreshments will be served at
3:30 p.m. In Rm. 274 W. Engrg.
American Society for Public Admin.,
Social Seminar: The first social seminar
given by the University chapter of the
A.S.P.A. during the 1959-60 year w111 be
presented on Thurs., Oct. 15 at 8:00
pm, in the E.Conf. Rrn of the Rack
ham Bldg. The speaker will be Mr.
George Bean, City Manager of the city
of San Diego, California. His subject
will be - A Manager Looks at Urban
Problems." Coffee hour to follow The
public is welcome.
New University of Michigan Graduate
Screening Examinations in French and
German: All graduate students desir-
ing to fulfill their foreign language re-
quirement by passing the written ex-
amination given by Prof. Lewis (for-
merly given by Prof. Hootkns) must
first pas an objective screening exam-
ination. The objective examinations
will be given four times each semester
(i.e., Sept., Oct, Nov., Dec., Feb., March,
April, May) and once during the Sum-
mer Session, in July. Students Who
fail the objective examination may re-
peat it but not at consecutive admin-
istrations of the test (e.g., Sept. and
Oct.) except when the two administra-
tions are separated by more than 35
days (e.g., Dec. and Feb.) '
The next administration of the ob-
jective examinations in French2and
German will be on Tues., Oct. 20 in
Aud. C, Angell Hall at 3:05 to 5:05 p.m.
A student planning to take either ex-
amination at that time is requested to
phone the Evaluation and Examina-
tions Division (Ext. 3096) and give this
office his name an dtle language ex-
amination he plans to take. Registra-
tion for the examinations will be ac-
cepted until 1:30 .p.m. Oct. 20. Within
24 hours after the examinations the
names of students who have passed will
be posted on the Bulletin Board out-
side the office of Prof. Lewis, the Ex-
aminar in Foreign Languages, Rm. 3028
Rackham Bldg.
Students desiring to fulfill the Grad-
uate School's requirement in French
and German are alerted to an alternate
path. A grade of B or better in French
12 and German 12 will satisfy the for-
eign language requirement. A grade of
B or better in French 11 and German
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11 is the equivalent of having passed
the objective screening examination.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Oct.
16, 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Dr. H.
Zanstra, visiting Netherlands Profes-
sor, will speak on "Non Euclidean Geo-
metries in Connection with Homogen-
eous Models of the Universe."
Economics Lecture: Prof. Robert H.
Strotz of. the Northwestern' University
Dept. of Economics will discuss "The
Role fo Stereotypes in Welfare Econ-
omics" at 8 p.m. Thurs., Oct..15 in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics:
will meet cn Thur., Oct. 15 at 4 p.m.
in Rm. 3201 Angell Hall. Prof. C. C.
Craig will speak on "Some Nonpara-
metric Tests."
Placement Notices
Interviews:
The following interviews will be held
at the School of Engineering, 128H W.
Engineering Bldg., Ext. 2182 or 2021.
Oct. 16:
Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago,
Ill. B.S.: E.E., M.E., Feb. graduates only.
On-the-job training program. U.S. citi-
zenship required.
Gibbs & Cox, Inc., Hull, Elec. & Mach.
Divisions, N.Y., N.Y. B:S.: C.E., E.E.,
M.E., Nav. & Marine. M.S.: Nav. and
Marine. Feb. and June graduates. Citi-
zenship required. Design, Research and
Development.
Heyden Newport Chemical Corp., New
Port Industries Co., Pensacola, Fla. B.S.:
Ch.E. M.S.: Ch.E. Feb. and June grad-
uates. Male, U.S. citizen. Design and
production.
The Magnavox Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
and Urbana, Ill. B.S.: E.E. and E. Phys-
ics. M.S.: EE. Feb. graduates only.
Must be male, U.S. citizen. Design. Re-
search and Development, and Produc-
tion.
The Mitre Corp., Boston and Ala-
bama. All degrees in Elec. Engineering.
Feb. grads and advanced degree can-
didates. Also all degrees in Math. M.S.
and Ph.D. in Physics. Citizenship re-
quired. Design, Research and Develop-
ment.
Monsanto Chemical Co., Entire Co.,
St. Louis, Mo. See notice of Oct. 15.
North American Aviation (six divi-
sions) see notice of Oct. 15.
Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical, Pitts-
burgh, Pa. All degrees in Ch.E. B.S.:
Met. Feb. and June grads. Also summer
employment. Male, U.S. citizen. Design,
Research and Development and Pro-
duction. t
Princeton University, -Project Mat-
terhorn, Princeton, N. J. B.S.: E.E. and
M.E. M.S.: E.E. and M.E. All degrees in
Physics. Research and Development.
Summer Placement Service
It seems ridiculous to be looking for
summer jobs in October, but requests
are coming into the office already. The
Summer Placement Service will start
Dec. 1 at 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Rm.
D-528 of the Student Activities Bldg.
The meetings are held from 1-5 p.m.
on Tues. and Thurs. and from 8:30 to 12
on Friday. There will be a general
meeting on Nov. 25. Watch The Daily.
Student Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
avalable to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Rm. 1020
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Monday through Friday, 1:30
p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Employers desirous of
hiring students for part-time work
should contact Jim Stempson, Student
Interviewer, at NO 3-1511, Ext. 2939.
MALE
1 Line U.M, football field (8 hrs./wk.
a.m.)
2 Direct Shoe Sales
2 Full Time Lab Assistants
1 Dark Room Operator (late afternoon
and evenings)
16 Production Men - Chemical Plant
(weekends)
2 Orderlies - Health Service (3:30-
9:00 p.m., Tues., Wed. and Sat.)
6 Hang Storm Windows
6 Assorted Yardwork
1 Full time temporary Animal Man
(U. Hospital)
1 Experienced Painter (Inside and
Outside of House)
1 Somewhat experienced service sta-
tion attendant (eves., weekends) "
1 Part time English teacher, grad. stu-
dent (9-11 a.m., Mon.-Fri.)
FEMALE
1 Waitress-Drug Store (2 eves./week)
1 Waitress-Hotel (11-2 p.m.)
1 Full time Lab Assistant
10 Baby Sitters
4 Housework

FOR RENT
MALE GRAD STUDENTS-Newly dec-
orated home near St. Joseph's Hospi-
tal available in December. Write. Box
4, 420 Maynard. 082
SINGLE ROOM-For graduate male stu-
dent. Conecting kitchen. Quiet place
for studies. Campus-hospital location.
NO 2-3090. 083
DOUBLE ROOM-For working man or
student. Linens furnished. One block
from St. Joseph Hospital. NO 5-7452.
C84
OUR LARGE Recreation Room facing
Huron River isemie from campus is
for rent to a young refined married
couple. Phone after 6 P.M. or before
9:30 A.M. NO 3-5126. C81
GRAD WOMEN wanted to share inex-
pensive large Apt. 1 block from Rack-
ham. Call NO 5-7958 after 5. C80
AVAILABLE NOW: Single or double
for boys. Furnished, with linens. Prefer
graduates. Call NO 8-6294, 423 Benja-
min. C79
TWO-ROOM suite with private bath,
wall to wall carpeting, suitable for
I or 2 persons. Also want roommate.
518 S. Division. C76
ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
five-room apartment, close to campus,
very reasonable rent. Call NO 3-8056
after 1 p.m. F
SOUTH FOREST-Large 6-room fur-
nished apt. $105 including utilities.
NO 3-2800. C67
DOUBLES ONLY. Linens furnished.
Only % block from Law Quad at 804
S. State (at Hill). C64
CAMPUS ROOMS, large quiet singles,
doubles, linens furnished. Reason-
able. NO 3-4747. t2
812 PAULINE, 3 rooms and bath, gas
heat, Oct. 1. $75. Clean and attrac-
tive. NO 3-6415 or Pontiac, FE 2-6681.
C5
ON CAMPUS
One block. Modern apartments. 514
S. Forest. Also rooms. NO 2-1443. 025
PARKING
Space and garage. 514 S. Forest.
NO 2-1443. C26
LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
FURNISHED campus apts. for 3-4 single
students. Pvt. bath. $105-$150 per
month. 344 S. Division St., NO 3-8134.
C30
FOR SALE
MONKEY, 7 months old, small and eco-
nomical, $25. NO 3-6210. B43
RENAULT DOLPHINE, 1958, red with
sun roof, $1,275. Call NO 3-4435.
B42
USED 9-12 gray-tan fiber rug. Call NO
3-9654 after 6 p.m. B40
PRACTICALLY NEW sportcoat costing
$40. Will sell for $25. Call NQ 3-8965.
B41
'59 BMW MOTORCYCLE, $750 new, 5
months old, now $400. Call NO 3-2313.
B9
SPANISH WINESKINS
Ideal for football refreshment.
NO 2-3179 1015 E. Huron
B33
FOR SALE: Short formal, sizes ,9 and
10. Worn once. Half price. Call NO
5-5807 evenings. B38
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO 5-5145 days.
B
LOST AND FOUND
LOST- navy blue purse, size 8x10
containing wallet, glasses, checkbook.
Reward. Call Beverly Ford, NO 3-0575.
A19
LOST-Brown wallet around first of
week, Box . A18
LOST: Man's Lord Elgin watch with
blue band. Name engraved on back.
Reward. Call 3-1511 Ex. 3321. A16
WILL THE PERSON who mistakenly re-
moved a blue jacket from IM field
Oct. 9, please call NO 5-7013. A15
FOUND: Ladies''Bulova watch. Call 419
Lloyd, West Quad. )A13
LOST: Black wallet, vicinity of E. Jef-
ferson and Thompson, Sunday morn.
Reward. NO 2-0738. 'All

BUSINESS PERSONAL
MALEDONITIC? The only hope, then,
is a monster-capitalist type thick
malt at Lumbards, 122$ S. Univ.
FF26,
BEFORE YOU BUY a class ring, look
at the official Michigan ring. Burr
Patterson and Auld Co., 1209 South
University, NO 8-8887. PH1
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts. 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. W1
ROOM AND BOARD
UPPER CLASSMEN or grads, linens
furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
near Forest, NO 2-6422. El
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
Need that extra radio?
Special on Olympic electric radio
5 Tube, AM
$14.88
GRI NNELL'S

323 S. Main

NO 8-7312
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Authentic HiFi Stereo
Components, Consoles, Portables
Pilot - Magnavox --
Stromberg Carlson
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer St. Phone NO 2-2500
x
PIANOS-aORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
X1
Grinnell's 80th anniversary specials
-See the four speaker portable
stereo. Regularly $89.95, Now $69.95.

1 60 SAAB
It's Available NOW at

303 S. Ashley
Headquarters for
Sales and Service

323 S. Main

NO 8-7312
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'57 DKW
An engineering dream, with
sliding roof and real econ-
omy.
$1045
'57 TR-3
Triumph roadster with hard
and soft top. A real beauty
all around.
$1895
'57 Karman-Ghia
Coupe, has all the beauty
and economy anyone could
want. This is a nice one.
$1695
OVERSEAS
AUTO SALES.

Get off the campus beat -- come
down to GrinneIl's and save $1.00
on all classical records, including
London, RCA, Decca, Columbia, etc.
GRINNELL'S

323 S. Main

NO 8-7312
X9

Complete liner of HiP'i components
including kits; complete service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
ments.

HELP WANTED
STUDENT HELP WANTED - Full
part time. Apply in person at tY
Golden Bitterfly Coffee (Shop. 12
S. University 'between 9-li a.m. an
2-4 p.m. H
MALE STUDENT to help fraternity coc
at mealtimes. Cal NO 3-8517 aft
5:00 p.m. g H
BABY-SITTER WANTED: Mon., Wed
Fri. 9-2. 1121 Maiden Lane Ct. Apt. 1(
NO 3-3568. H
WANTED: Male students to introdu
new home product during spare hou
mornings or afternoons. Opportuni
for good earnings. See Mr. Field, 9
E. University Ave. between 6:00 ax
8:00 evenings. H
YOUNG LADY for cosmetic clerk,
days a week; some retail experien
preferred, Apply in person to Mr. Hc
lowell at The Quarry, 320 S. State.
H;
WANTED: Part-time male or fema
telephone operators. Arthur Murray
NO 2-5539. H
WANTED-Experienced Arthur Murry
teachers, full or part time. NO 2-553
1311 S. University. H

BUSINESS SERVICES
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647.J5
TYPING WANTED: NO 8-8551. J36
Are you lost in the crowd?
Is that your trouble buble?
Be an Individualist and be out of it!
Join the other outs at Ralph's.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
(Just two doors from the Blue Front)
J732
RELAX!
You can't 'Work all the time! MOR-
RILL'S, 314 South State, has a
fine selection of Bicycle, Congress,
and Kem' playing cards.
MORRiLL'S
314 S. State St. NO 3-2481
J20
Fall Cleanup Time
Leaf rakes from $1.09 up
Lawn sweepers
Lawn carts
Whitney's grass seed
Triple X fertilizer
Fertilizer spreaders, etc.
Muehlig and Lanphear
311 S. Main 743
ONE-DAY SERVICE
AT SANFORDS...
Shoe Repairing
Hat Cleaning
Tailoring
Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
Open Til 8 P.'M. --
Also Sundays & Holidays
(Opposite court house since 1927)
NO 8-6966
J72
WASHINGS and/or ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9020. AAI
NEW CARS
When it
Comes to Cars
You Can't Beat the New

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ORGANS and PIANOS BY,
WURLITZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS
Makers, restorers, and dealers of
rare violins and bows.
Sales - Service - Rentals
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. Williams NO 3-3395
X6

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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED

331 S. 4th Ave.

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BIKES and SCOOTERS

The Quality remains
long after the Price
has been forgotten.

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A large number of men are required to serve in a preliminary standardiza-
tion of methods for selecting men with executive attributes. The test
period is two hours and the pay is $2.50. Any man interested in par-
ticipating in the program should send a postal card to Dr. P. O'Connor,
6623 Haven Hall," indicating his name, address and phone number, and
the two hour periods he will be available this semester. (e.g. Mon. 1-3,
Tues. 10-12, etc.). Alternatively he may call her at NO 3-1511, ext.'2651, or
NO 5-3174. Appointments will be made to suit the convenience of par-'
ticipants. AA17

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