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20, 1959

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Wolverines Switch Strategy
In Preparation for Gophers

*CLREFIIE5S

By HAL APPLEBAUM
After a week of futile prepara-
tion for the light and mobile
Wildcats of Northwestern, Michi-
gan had to reverse its tactics yes-
terday as the Wolverines under-
went their first drills preparatory
for battle with the large and slow
Gophers of Minnesota at Minne-
apolis Saturday.
Northwestern, as Michigan fans
can attest, is noted for its light-
ning-like attack and breakaway
potential, while the lead-footed
Gophers depend on a 220-lb. de-
fensive line to contain their oppo-
nents.
In their last three games the
Minnesota forward wall, which
Coach Murray Warmath calls his
greatest, has limited Indiana,
Northwestern and Illinois to five
touchdowns.
However, six of the Minnesota
starting linemen showed up for
practice yesterday with injuries,
although most, if not all, are ex-
pected to see action.

Offensively, though, the Goph-
ers have not been able to keep
pace as they have scored only
four times in the three games,
with three of these tallies coming
against Indiana in their lone vic-
tory.
Minnesota uses an offensive at-
tack somewhat similar to that of
Northwestern with the quarter-
back option being their bread and
butter play the Gophers run al-
most exclusively from the split
and winged T formations.
Michigan spent the entire hour
long practice session yesterday
defensing the plays of the Goph-
ers, as ru nby the fifth string
Dr. W. A. Coxon, team physi-
cian, said that the squad should
be in nearly top physical shape
for its Little Brown Jug encounter
with the Gophers.
Jon Schopf, starting tackle, who
missed the Northwestern game
was reported to be progressing
well and should be ready for ac-
tion this week.
"It takes two weeks for a
sprained ankle to heal and Schopf

DID YOU KNOW?

should have had enough tine to
be ready to go," Coxon stated.
"Wilbert Franklin's knee should
also have healed sufficiently to al-
low him to play."
Bob Johnson's sore hand has
improved rapidly and he, too,
shouldbe in peak condition for,
the game.
Taylr W1n
By BOB SCHMITZ
Allen Rumsey's sensational sec-
ond half double pass play netted
the West Quad team a6-0 victory
over Hayden, and overall superi-
ority gave Taylor a 36-6 triumph
over Chicago in I-M football ac-
tion yesterday as both squads re-
mained undefeated.
After a scoreless first half, Rum-
sey quarterback Terry Davidson
initiated a pass pattern that went
to right end, John Lohrfrink, and
then to Clark Kretzschmer for a
51-yard touchdown play.
With quarterback Jim Ludwig
paving the way, Taylor coasted to
its fourth win without a setback
by whipping Chicago. Ends, Dan
Molhoek and Ken Reichle each
tallied two of the five touchdowns.
Once beaten Gomberg pulled the;
surprise of the day by solidly
trouncing previously u n b e a t e n
Hinsdale, 36-17.
In "B" league action Kelsey re-
mained unbeaten and was guar-
anteed a playoff berth as they
breezed past Hayden 26-0.
stout Kelsey' defense.
Allen Rumsey's 'B' team also
stayed unbeaten with a 6-0 win
over Michigan.
Following is a recap of the re-
mainder of yesterday's residence
halls action: Huber smashed
Adams by a 20-10 margin in an
'A' tilt. Other 'A' games saw Kel-
sey slaughter Anderson, 38-0; Van
Tyne blank. Williams, 22-0; Win-
chell edge Michigan, 8-0; Lloyd
trip Cooley, 6-0; and Wenley win
by forfeit over Reeves.
In, 'B' contests,Adams defeated
Taylor, 18-6; Hinsdale was shut
out 6-0 by Wenley; Van Tyne
trounced Cooley, 14-0; Lloyd was
victorious over Gomberg, 6-0;
Greene held Winchell in check for
an 8-0 triumph; Williams regis-
tered an 8-0 win over Chicago;
and Reeves "B" team also forfeit-
ed to Strauss.

USED CARS
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miles, radio and heater. $1850. NO 8-
9738 after 5 P.M. N31
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N30
51 MG, new motor, excellent condi-
tion. Call NO 2-0972 after 6 P.M. N29
JAGUAR XK 120. The finest in sports
cars. Perfect condition. Must sell.
$1175. 100 Michigan Hse., W.Q. N29
'52 PLYMOUTH 4 dr.,heater, radio, low
mileage.$175. NO 3-1857 after 5. N27
RENAULT DAUPHINE '57, Black. Ex-
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IN HOT PURSUIT-Bob Johnson (89), Michigan end, appears to
be ready to move in on Northwestern scatback Ray Purdin (46)
in last Saturday's thriller. Purdin broke the Wolverines back when
he romped 85 yards for a last-period touchdown with the 'Cats
ahead only 14-7. Johnson suffered a bruised hand injury in the
game but will be ready for action Saturday.
LGRID 'SELECTIONSI
Ron England "hunched" his way through last week's Grid Picks
contest to easily win the two free passes to the Michigan Theatre, now
showing "The Diary of Anne Frank."
England, '60BAd, said that he just had a few hunches about the
games, on which he posted a 15-5 record. There were numerous upsets,
especially in the topsy turvy Big Ten, which threw many contestants
far off the pace.
Today, as before, marks the beginning of a new contest with ev-
eryone having a fresh start at the theatre tickets. Mail your clipped
entries to Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor,
or come to The Daily and fill out a ready-made blank.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1:00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Ann Arbor Bank has a complete Foreign Ex-
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This means that full informationand facili-
ties for monetary exchanges with any country
are available. Oh yes, and also letters of credit,
money orders and Travelers' Checks.
Whatever your banking problem, you'll find
convenient, friendly service at the two near-
campus Ann Arbor Bank offices.
Stop in soon.
We'll be happy to see you.

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MICH. at Minnesota (Score)
Indiana at Michigan St.
Penn St. vs. Illinois at Cleve.
Northwestern a Notre Dame
Ohio State at Wisconsin
Iowa at Purdue
Kansas at Oklahoma
Nebraska at Misouri
Dartmouth at Harvard
Navy at Pennsylvania

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Cornell at Princeton
LSU at Florida
Arkansas at Mississippi
West Virginia at Syracuse
Baylor at Texas A & M
TCU at Pittsburgh
Washington at Oregon
N. Carolina at Wake Forest
Vanderbilt at Virginia
Duke at North Carolina St.

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Tennis Tryouts
Bill Murphy, Wolverine ten-
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freshman and varsity tryouts
will be held this week at the
I-M Sports Building from 1-
3:00 p.m. daily.

MUEHLIG and LANPHEAR
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Engineering and Science Majors:
Step right into the SPACE AGE with
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..........-- - - -------+-- -. . -- --g- .... ------
Space age divigion of Ford Motor Company has unique CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
opportunities for exceptional engineering and science gradu- October 26 and 27"
ates at new research and engineering center in Newport - Talk to the-Aeronutronic Staff Representative about your interests
Beach, Southern California. and specialties when he's here on campus. Register now with your,
school engineering placement bureau for an interview.
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HERE IS WHY OPPORTUNITIES AT AERONUTRONIC
ARE SO UNIQUE FOR YOUNG MEN-This is the first time for thespace age. Rapid and accelerating growth of Aeronu-
in history that ground floor opportunities, together with such tronic, the dynamic new division of Ford Motor Company, is
outstanding benefits, are open with one of the largest and creating unequalled opportunities for young men who have
most respected business enterprises in theworld-Ford Motor chosen to specialize in one of the vital and challenging areas
Company. Aeronutronic, itself a young and growing organi- of space sciences, tactical weapon systems, missile range
zation, has definite need for young men with new ideas and a systems, advanced electronics and communications, data
fresh approach to share in research and development work processing and computer technology.
Here are some straight answers to questions you may have about Aeronutronic:
Who is AERONUTRONIC was established in 1956 by What kind of Research, design, engineering and development
Aeronutronic? Ford Motor Company to- engage in research, assignments positions are open to exceptional graduates in
- i development and manufacture of advanced canexpect? fields of space sciences, tactical weapon sys-
systems and products for military and com- tems, advanced electronics and communications,
mercial purposes. and computer and data processing technology.
(Specific openings are described in new career
What are its Aeronutronic consists of five main technical opportunities booklet offered below.)
major areas of groups: Advanced Research Operations; Space
reserchTechnoloy Operations; Tactical Weapon Sys-
research ,tems Opeations; Computer Operations; and Do they have Aeronutronic is a business-oriented organiza-
Range Systems Operations. competent tion, headed up by Ford Motor Company Vice-
leadership, .President, Gerald J. Lynch, and other business,
What business More than 40 government and commercial l scientific and production managers experi-
does Aero- programs are currently in work-programs enced in the application of sound management
nutronic have? like SHILLELAGH, the Army's new surface- principles.
to-surface missile; FLIDEN, for the Federal
Aviation Agency; and Range Planning Study Where does By the end of June, 1958, as an example,
for NASA's Project Mercury." Aeronutronic Aeronutronic moved from 132nd to 48th place
What kind of Ford Motor Company resources provide the stand in R & D among prime sources for government R & D
backing does finest facilities and financial support for car- work? contracts.
rying out complete research, development and
Aeronutro manufacturing operations-plus additional Where is Aeronutronic's new facility is located on a 200-
unlimited production support when needed. Aeronutronic acre site overlooking the harbor and -Pacific
Ocean'atWhat kind of Ultra-modern $22 million Engineering and located? aat Newport Beach in Southern Califor-
nia, the West's most ideal area for living,
facilities . Research Center is now under construction working and raising a family.
do they have? and already partially occiied. When com-
pleted in 1962, the new comp ex will have over
eight major structures totalling over one mil- What other Ford Motor Company employee benefits are
lion square feet. benefits can considered the finest in the industry--Ford
savings programs, exceptional insurance and
Is individual Yes. Aeronutronic looks for and recognizes the I expect? hospitalization plans, paid vacations and sick
capability capabilities and potentials of its people. Match- leave, regular salary increases, and many other
ing the capabilities of men with the job to be benefits equal to or better than the industry
done is a continuing goal at Aeronutronic.standard.
If you are one of these forward-looking engineers or scientists talk with the Aeronutronic representative about your interests
who is serious about the future and a good start toward it, you and specialties when he's at your campus. Or, for more infor-

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rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. J1
TYPING WANTED: NO 8-8551. J36
We have the soap Mother used to
wash your mouth out with - and
New Pink Dial tool
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
J40
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
J2
WASHI'GS and/or ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9020. AAI
PERSONAL
CINEMA GUILD announces that peti-
tions for movie sponsorship now are
available at S.A.B. Interviewing Sat.,
Oct. 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. F65
DEAR TEX,
You are building a great team. Con-
tinue to nail those prospects. Thou-
sands of people are counting con-
struction. F69
HILLELZAPOPPIN'; Independent Skit
7:00 tonight at Hillel. F76
THERE ARE keynote speeches andkey-
notes in Fashion, too . . Watchfor
Fashion Keynotes in The Miigan
Daily Fashion supplement Sunday,
November 1st. F72
GETA, Here's to the happiest birthday
ever, Sandy.4 Fl
SUPPORT YOUR SGC -- Vote at the
elections Nov. 3 and 4. P55
SHARON: Happy 21st birthday. See you
at the Bell tomorrow night. Sam. )F66
BABE AND BARBARA Miller proudly
announce the arrival of a bouncy
baby telephone . .. NO 3-3916. Friends
may call at 702 Oakland, Apt. 5. )F67
HAVE A BLAST! Be a polls worker at
S.G.C. elections Nov. 3 or 4. P49
ATTENTION: recognized student -organ-
izations currently registered with of-
fice of student affairs. You .are, eli-
gible for consideration as movie
sponsors. Cinema Guild will be inter-
viewing Saturday, October 24, from
9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Pick up your petition
Oct. 19-23 S.A.B. P62
SUPPORT YOUR SGC - Vote at the
elections Nov. 3 and 4. F55
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HALF of two-family, 5 rooms, stove,
refrigerator, basement, garage. Newly
decorated. On busline. NO 3-4035 or
3-7851. C90
FURNISHED: 2 bedroom home, avail-
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GARAGE FOR RENT. Reasonable. Two
blocks north of Rackham on State.
Call NO 5-5803. C89
I NEED A ROOMMATE. Male student,
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3-room apartment with graduate stu-
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Quiet,- modern, no lease required.
NO 3-9464 after 10:30 P.M. or before
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CLEAN, FURNISHED, newly decorated
six-room house, near Mich. Unio.
Three bedrooms with large closet. Gas
heat. New appliances. $135.00 a month
with lease. Call NO 5-390. C88
SINGLE ROOM. Linens furnished. Tele-
phone extension. $7 a week, 5 min-
ute walk to Mich. Union. Call NO 2-
1807. C87
MALE GRAD STUDENTS--Newly dec-
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DOUBLE ROOM-For working man or
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C84
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ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
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very reasonable rent. Call NO 3-8056
after 1 p.m. F
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Only % block from Law Quad at 804
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AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-3 rooms,
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ON CAMPUS
One block. Modern apartments. 514
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PARKING
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LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. HU
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FURNISHED campus apts. for 3-4 single
students. Pvt, bath. $105-$150 per
month. 344 S. Division St.. NO 3-8134.
C30
BIKES and SCOOTERS
WANT TO GO
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It's possible on a motor scooter
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For information call NO 8-6927
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BUSINESS PERSONAL
LOOKING, FOR SOMETHING? Any-
thing?One'usually finds it-along
with several other surprises-at Lum-
bards, 1225 S. Univ. FF27

FOR SALE
MAYTAG fully automatic washer. $55.00.
Call NO 3-6570 after 5:00 P.M. B46
EVERGREENS: Michael Lee, an em-
ployee of chem stores, raises juni-
pers, yews, arborvitae, etc., as a hobby,
and sells them t wholesale or less,
$2.50 to $5.00. Call NO 8-8574. B9
DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books of
special interest to student teachers on
many subjects. Showings 617 Packard
St. from 12 A.M. to 5 P.M. every day
except Sunday. B21
STUDENTS-I will give you a 25% dis-
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writer, backed by Ann Arbor's most
reputable office supply company. For
demonstration, call Ralph Frederick,
3-3839, 5-9 evenings. - 344
PRACTICALLY NEW sportcoat costing
$40. Will sell for $25. Call NO 3-8965.
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t 83
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,"You expect more from Standard
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3220 S. University at Forest
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WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
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82
NEW ATLAS TIRES
"Gripsafe" in- sets of 4; 4--07x15,
$58.75; 750x14, $74.95; (plus recap-
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service.
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Cor. Main & CatherineDNO 8-7717
84
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RADIOS, REPAIRS
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PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
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LOST: Tan jacket on third floor
Undergrad Library. Reward. NO
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FOUND: Ladies' Bulova watch. Call 419
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BARGAINCORNER
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NEW CARS
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Come in and See for Yourself . . ,
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SALES and SERVICE
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ROOM AND BOARD
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furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
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Get off the campus beat -- come
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