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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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by Jim Benagh, Sports Editor

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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 'till 11:30A.M.
REAL ESTATE II.LOST AND FOUND WANTED TO BUY

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A Star Is Born

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It was supposed to be Bump Elliott's day ... but Bennie McRae,
a cross-breed between a Willie Fleming and a Jimmy Pace, decided to
steal the show.
It actually wasn't too difficult for Bennie to do, because Bump's
charges just did not have it in the scoring column. But the big gleams
in the eyes of partisan fans were for the way Bennie did it..
Up until game time, people had all sorts of comparisons of Bennie
and Pace, Michigan's only All-American back in over a decade. The.
equipment people at Yost Field House even gave Pace's jersey, num-
ber 43, to McRae. (However, the latter doesn't fill to the jersey to
the same degree as Pace. McRae weighs 168 compared to his prede-
cessor's 196.)
Both of these 'left halfbacks came from the South-Pace from
Little Rock, Ark., and McRae from Newport News, Va. That meant
they had to go North if they wanted to play on a team where they
could get recognition, due to the stubborn segregation rules of their
respective states.
Both Pace and McRae entered their sophomore years with a
reputation--fast and great runners. And both were second stringers.
Pace was behind Terry Barr and McRae behind Darrell Harper, last
year's regular.
Now the distinction begins: Thousands of people chanted "WeI
want Pace, we want Pace!" in vain during that 1955 season as Barr
was fumbling six times in the first two games. However, Pace re-;
mained with the second stringers, occasionally showing flashes of
hope-most of which were wiped out by penalties.
But McRae's debut was different. Two exciting touchdowns and
55 yards in 13 carries were coupled with the domination of the
day's cheers and the respect of surprised opponents.
"He's going to be a great one," said Missouri's Mel West, a pretty
good halfback himself (West was the day's leading ground gainer
with 72 yards on 11 carries). "We heard about Bennie through the
grapevine, but didn't realize how good he was because he's not a
starter."
Maybe a Starter ...
Something may be done about the starting assignment for the
little speedster, although Elliott won't commit himself.
"We are not sure whether we'll move McRae into the starting
team yet," said Elliott cautiously. But backfield coach Hank Fonde
did everything but admit it outright when aproached with the same |
question. Harper gained only 26 yards on eight runs.
Both agreed that McRae has a long way to go on defense and.
blocking-and the game indicated that. But Bennie has a reputation
of being a hustler.
As a youngster, he realized his great natural speed when he.
found out he could outrun all the neighborhood kids. But Bennie
had goals beyond Newport News. So he strung out a couple of rows
of old car tires in a nearby vacant lot and began working on his
balance and shifting ability.
The work paid off-He became ai. all-state gridder and Virginia's
leading prep ground gainer. The tra'ck coach harnessed his speed and
Bennie added laurels with state championships in the hurdles and
440. Like Pace, he plans to join the thinclads when winter comes.
With a big game already in his scrapbook, the "new Jim Pace"
is already ahead of schedule of the "old one." And if he irons. out his
defensive and blocking faults, there's a possibility that McRae may
even stay ahead of that schedule.
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HERB ADDERLY
... leads MSU

Spar tans
Beaten.
By Goal
By DAVE LYON
Associate Sports Editor
EAST LANSING - Michigan
&State donated a victory to Texas
A&M's football team yesterday,
9-7, before 49,507 raincoat-clad
spectators on a damp, dismal band
day at Spartan Stadium.
State's double wing-T offense
decisively outgained the Aggies,
325 to 177 yards, but the team
from Texas coupled four recovered
Michigan State fumbles and con-
servative football into its upset
victory.
Texas A&M built up a 9-0 half-
time lead by cashing in on Spar-
tan fumbles. Reserve Spartan
quarterback Larry Bielat gave one
away to Aggie guard Larry Smith
late in the first period on the
MSU's 31.
A Spartan personal foul then
put the ball on the 16. Seven
plays later, :Aggie quarterback
Charlie Milstead sneaked one yard
for the touchdown. He missed the
point after.
Early in the second period, Ag-
gie Bill Godwin grabbed Spartan
halfback Blanche Martin's bobble
on the State 20-yard line. The
Spartan defense stiffened, but
Randy Sims salvaged three points
,with a 21-yard field goal.
This boot provided the winning
margin. Art Brandstatter missed
38-yard and 17-yard field goals in
the first half and State could
manage only one touchdown dur-
ing the rest of the game. Three
times during the first two quarters
the Aggies stopped MSU inside the
visitors' 20-yard line.
State's only score came in the
third quarter on the 14th play of
a 66-yard drive. Martin slashed
one yard for the TD and Brand-
'statter kicked the point.
That drive was directed by quar-
terback Tom Wilson, substituting
for the injured Dean Look. A 17-
yard pass completion to Fred Ar-
banas and speedster Herb Adder-
ly's shifty, powerful running high-
lighted the touchdown drive.
Wilson completed eight of six-
teen tosses for 131 yards, but
State's attack, which repeatedly
bogged down within sight of the
goal line, was hampered by the
absence of the versatile Look, who
did not even dress yesterday.
Look, who jammed his shoulder
last week in a scrimmage, prob-
ably will not be available for Sat-
urday's big game with Michigan at
Ann Arbor. His injury is only be-
ginning to show signs of healing.
Milstead, one of the Southwest
Conference's best players, pro-
tected his team's first-half lead
well. He led the Aggie rushing
attack with 56 yards in 14 at-
tempts. Despite Milstead's play-it-
safe offense, MSU twice had to
stop the Aggies inside the Spartan
ten-yard line to keep the visitors
from expanding their margin.

NEAR CAMPUS - 3 bedroom house
within walking distance of University
campus, garage, oil heat. Phone NO
3-5098 after 5 P.M. to see. R2
BUSINESS PERSONAL
TEACHER of singing and speaking;
class or private lessons. Carol P.
Westerman. NO 8-8584. PF1
CAR SERVICE,. ACCESSORIES
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
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us for the best price on new &
used, tires. Road service-mechanic
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard'
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NO 8-9168
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601 Packard NO 8-9429
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WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
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FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
HELP WANTED-Male
Excellent CAREER Opportunity
Married or engaged male graduat-
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field. Write Box 1, Michigan Daily.
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HELP WANTED
GIRL TYPISTS: Spanish English cor-
respondents afternoons. Local export
firm. NO .2-3197. )H26
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY desires
student to serve as part time porter in
exchange for board. Call NO 3-2600
after 5:00. (H1000
FOREIGN CAR SALESMEN
Part-time-commission-must have
own car-familiarity with sports or
foreign cars preferable-some retail
sales experience. Write % Michigan
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MALE STUDENT needed to pick up 2
school children, my car, hours 2-4.
Phone NO 8-7076. H24

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and 9:00 and 11 :30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

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PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
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213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
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We carry a complete stock of Dia-
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parts for domestic and foreign ra-
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MUSIC CENTER

FOR SALE
RENAULT DAUPHINE '57, Black. Ex-
cellent condition. GL 3-1072. )B18
HOUSE TRAILER for sale. Must sacri-
fice. $300 down. Take over $60 pay-
ments per month on $1100. NO 3-0994.
B17
LET ME HELP YOU furnish that apart-
ment, 17" TV, excellent picture, $125.
Also ironing board, iron, fry pan,
carving set, steak knife set, bread-
box, canister set, 3 portable radios,
tape= recorder and record player. See
at 1043 Ferdon or call NO 2-3617 aft-
er 6 P.M. B16
WOMAN'S 26" Eng. bike, baskets, light,
good condition. NO 2-6291 after 5:30.
B15
PORTABLE Monitor washing machine.
Cabinet style. Perfect condition. $40.
NO 3-9670. B13
EVERGREENS: Michael Lee, an em-
ployee of chem stores, raises juni-
pers, yews, arborvitae, etc., as a hobby,
and sells them at wholesale or less,
$2.50 to $5.00. Call NO 8-8574.r 9
FOR SALE: Good tan camel's hair
coat. Size 12, $25.00. NO 3-6343. Bli
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO'5-5145 days.
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almost plays itself. It's easy, it's
fun. Only $39.95 at
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Welcome back and welcome here
new and old.students. Make Grin-
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list-with only a few exceptions.

GRI NNELL'S
323 S. Main

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WANTED: Part & full time saleswomen
at the Eliz. Dillon Shop on Forest off
S. Univ. H23
TYPIST, experienced, approx. 4 hours
daily, Monday thru Friday. Steady
employment. Involves preparation and
layout of movie scripts. Must be ac-
curate, campus location. Write box
2, Michigan Daily. H22
NEED EXTRA DOUGH? We need sev-
eral live wire student (male and fe-
male) for part time selling. Call at
Morrill's at 314 S. State. H21
MALE students with cars needed for
Sun. newspaper delivery. For full in-
formation call NO 3-7541 Ext. 835
after 5 P.M. H20
HELP WANTED-Sales Representatives
in Men's Dorms. Must be a member of
respective house in dorm. Contact
Chuck, NO 2-3241 1-5 P.M. H19
BABY SITTER NEEDED for one four
year old, Monday and Wednesday
afternoons 12:45-3:15 p.m. during fall
semester. Call NO 5-5585 anytime.
H1s
FEMALE: Mature person for general
office work. Some typing. Permanent
position. 40 hour week. University
Microfilm Inc., 313 N. 1st Street. H17
CERTIFIED TEACHER to work with
kindergarten age children. Hrs. 11:30
to 5:30 p.m. Call NO 8-7282. After
six call NO 2-3617. H18
APPLICATIONS now being taken for
Michigan Daily paper boy, morning
delivery, $14 per week. No collecting.
Cali Steve, NO 2-5400. H15
WANTED: Part time or full time sales-
man with the John Hancock (Mutual)
Life Insurance Co. Call. NO 2-2321
Tues. and Wed. from 12-3. H6
WANTED-Experienced Arthur Murray
teachers, full or part time. NO 2-5539.
1311 S. University. H10
Phone No 2-4786
for Michigan Daily
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BRAND NEW LAMBRETTA 125 deluxe,
blue and grey, twin seats and spare,
$425. Also like new All-state Moped,
baskets, top condition. $125. See at
1043 Ferdon or call NO 2-3617 after
6 P.M. Nil
1958 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE: 7,500 mi.,,
new condition, $1,600. NO 3-2329 after
5 P.M. N10
1949 DE SOTO coupe, $73. Call NO
5-6469 after 5 P.M. N9
1957 AUSTIN HEALEY. Excellent con-
dition. $2,150. Call FE 8-1902 or FE
3-9528. N6
1956 PORSCHE, perfect condition, hard
top, sharp. Privately owned, priced
right. NO 3-1372. N4
'56 DELRAY, power glide, 2 door. leath-
er upholstery, heater, newly painted.
Excellent condition, $675. GE 7-5913.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
Headquarters for all Household Goods
Waste paper baskets
Dust Mops
Ironing Boards
Cooking Ware
And many other items
MUEHLIG & LAN PHEAR
311 S. Main St.
)J4
TYPING IN MY HOME-Reasonable
rates. Geraldine M. Koeller, 111 Wor-
din. NO 3-9585. )J13
IF YOUR TYPEWRITER needs cleaning
or adjusting, bring it in to MOR-
MILL'S, 314 South State St. At MOR-
RILL'S typewriters are our business.
MORR ILL'S
314 S. State St. NO 3-2481
).J22
FOR TODAY'S breakfast why not buy
some lox, cream cheese, bagels, onion
rolls, or ,assorted Danish pastry? Plan
ahead also . . . iater in the week
we'll have smoked whitefish, gefitle
fish, kosher soups, pastrami, and
corned beef. Shop at Ralph's for these
delicious foods.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard N02-3175
MAYNARD & SEEGER
WELDERS and
BLACKSMITHING
109 S. Ashley
NO 8-7403
J3
From pencils to typewriters -If
you write, we have it!
MORR ILL'S
314 South State St. NO 3-2481
"Giving Morrill support to students
for over 50 years."
J28
ORGANS and PIANOS BY
BALDWIN - LOWREY - ESTEY
THOMAS - IVERS & POND
H. F. MILLER
Makers, restorers and dealers of
rare violins and bows.
Sales-Service-Rentals
MADDY MUSIC
508 E1. William NO 3-3395
J12
MEDIUM-SIZE semi-private stable has
vacancy for one boarder. Outside
Hunter Course and 2 jumping rings.
Private and semi-private instruction
in equitation, jumping and dres-
sage. Indoor polo Sun. afternoon.
Jerry Everett, 3551 N. Maple, NO
2-8026. J17

FOR RENT
ROOMMATE NEEDED or two-man com-
fortably furnished house. NO 8-8693.
)C63
ONE SINGLE ROOM for men. One
block to Union. NO 8-6757, 509 S.
Division. C63
WANTED: Girl to share apartment. $35
monthly including utilities. % block
from campus. Call NO 3-7242. ask for
Nellie or Carloss at NO 8-7942. C63
TWO BLOCKS from campus, unfur-
nished 3 rooms and bath. New wall
to wail carpeting, refrigerator, stove,
heat and water furnished. This is
perfect for faculty member or teach-
ing fellow who appreciates clean.
and quiet. $115 per month. 905 Oak-
land Ave. C61
GIRL'S large single room on campus,
kitchen privileges, automatic laundry,
T.V., parking. Call NO 5-5523. C60
ROOMS FOR RENT in a quie~t house.
Large closets- linens furnished. NO
5-5428. C57
MODERN 4 bedroom house, unfur-
nished. Garage. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. 3-4728.' C58
FURNISHED ROOM in quiet home,
semi-private bath and. phone. 1208
Prospect. St. Phone 2-0648 evenings.
C55
ON CAMPUS
Singles, doubles. Linens furnished.
Only ?z block from Law Quad. at
804 S. State. (at Hill). C54
APT. PROVIDING country living with
complete privacy and freedom from
traffic commotion in a relatively new
home. On one of the lakes in the
Huron River chain and possessing
many recreational facilities. Suitable
for one or two-child under 2 yrs. ac-
ceptable. Chance to work for part or
all rent. $50 per month including heat.
Phone HA 6-3102. C39
CAMPUS ROOMS, large quiet singles,
doubles, linens furnished. Reason-
able. NO 3-4747. C2
FURNISHED student rooms: Male - 2
singles at $10, 1 double $14-linen.
near Packard and Hill. NO 2-8372. C3

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heat, Oct. 1. $75. Clean and attrac-
tive. NO 3-6415 or Pontiac, FE 2-6681.
C5
FOUR ROOM, two bedroom apartment.
$125. All utilities included. Private
entrance. NO 2-7531. C14
ON CAMPUS
One block. Modern apartments. 514
S. Forest. Also rooms: NO 2-1443. C25
PARKING
Space and garage. 514 ,S. Forest.
NO 2-1443. C26
FREE MONTH-Lovely three rooms and
bath. Lease, $90. NO 2-5279. 10C
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

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