By MIKE .GILLMAN
For the second consecutive day
Michigan Coach Bump Elloitt sent
his charges through their paces
in a marathon practice session.
Trying hard to polish up the
offense for Saturday's big game
here with Michigan State, the-
Wolverines yesterday practiced
well into the dinner hour. Elliott
c finally called a halt to the pro-
ceedings when the sun was setting
on the rim of Michigan Stadium.
For well over an hour the first
three strings had run through
their offensive patterns against a
reserve unit, and as the practice
drew to a close, ball handling be-
The starting backfield looks toy
be Stan Noskin at . quarterback,
Tony Rio at fullback and Brad
Myers and Darrel Harper at the
Yesterday's practice saw Will
Hildebrand running with the first
line. Hildebrand has taken over
the right tackle post from junior
Don Deskins. The husky junior'
fron Chillicothe, Ohio, w- 'ion-
ored last spring as the n im-
proved, player in spring training
with the Morton Trophy.
The biggest news to come out of
East Lansing yesterday was the
word that Spartan quarterback
Dean Look would see little if any
action in the annual classic. It is
possible that Look will be called in
for some kicking chores, but that
would be theiextent of his duties.
His replacement will probably be.
Tom Wilson of Lapeer, a junior,
who last spring was voted the
most valuable player in MSU's an-
nual Varsity-Old Timers game. He
is the third member of his family
to play football at State.
There is also a chance that Jim
Chesney of Bay City will see sig-
nal-calling action for the Spar-
tans. If so, he will be playing
.against former prep teammate
John Halstead. In Uigh school,
however, Halstead was on the
receiving end of Chesney's passes,
rather than trying to break them
i Michigan practice sessions man-
.age to draw an illustrious grad or
'itwo virtually every day and yester-
iday was no exception. In attend-
Dance was Stan Wells, who lettered
'under Fielding. Yost in 1909-11,
and gained All-American honrs.
Wells would like to see the
'present-day Wolverines do as well
,against State as did the teams of
The Wolverines won both MSU
contests of his playing days, 6-3
in 1910 and 15-3 in 1911, the fifth
and sixth meetings of the two
schools. Saturday will be the 52nd
game in the history-laden series.
FOR SALE: 1956 NSU motorcycle, 250
c.c., good condition, $250. Cali NO
TWO BOX SEAT tickets for Michigan,
MSU game. Call NO 3-1841 and ask
for Rolfe Worden. B27
FOUR Alumni tickets to Michigan, MSU
game. Call NO 5-7003, evenings.
DISPOSING of part of my large librarlr
at private sale. There are books of
special interest to student teachers on
many subjects. Showings 617 Packard
St. from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. every day
except Sunday. B21
1956 TRAILER. 44x8', 2 bedroom. $500
down, take over payments. Call
South Lyons, GE 7-7192. B25
TAPE RECORDERS: 2-speed, 2-hour
$110; Revere, $45. NO 2-3472, Eves.
PORTABLE . MONITOR washing ma-
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CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION. 1959 BMW
250CC motorcycle for sale. Perfect
condition. Call Bart at NO 2-3241 or
NO 5-6968. B22
3 MEN'S SUITS, size 37-38, short. Call
NO 8-6253. B23
EVERGREENS: Michael Lee, an em-
ployee of chem. stores raises junipers,
yews, arborvitae, etc., as a hobby,
and'sells them at wholesale or less,
$2.50 to $5.00. Call NO 8-8574. B9
FOR SALE: Lambretta Motor Scooter.
1958, buddy seat, spare tire, wind-
shield. Call NO 2-4401, Rm. 11, after
6:30 P.M. B20
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
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. B9.
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO 5-5145 days.
Make Grinnell's your headquarte
for RCA, Magnavox, Zenith, Webc
and radio, T.V. and stereo.
323 S. Main
PIANOS--ORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano &s Organ Co,
213 N. Washington NO 3-3169
Grinnell's 80th anniversary specials
--See the four speaker portable
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
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and 9:00 and 11 :30 Saturday -Phone NO 2-4786
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... may miss big game
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so hurry and get your entry in for the. opportunity to win two free
tickets to the Michigan Theatre, now showing "The Devil's Disciple."
The contest closes at midnight Friday, and all mail to Grid
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postmarked before then.
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1. MSU at MICHIG
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Army at Illinois,
Indiana at Minnesota
Northwestern at Iowa
Notre Dame at Purdue
Marquette at Wisconsin
Colorado at Oklahoma
Boston U. at Kansas,
Oregon State at Nebraska
Clemson at Georgia Tech
Rice at Duke
Georgia at South Carolina
N. Carolina St. at N. Carolina
TCU at Arkansas
Navy at SMU
California at Texas
UCLA at Pitt
Washington State at Oregon
Dartmouth at Penn
Maryland at Syracuse
By BOB SCHMITZ
and JOHN KOLESAR
An 18-game I-M schedule yes-
terday was highlighted by the
successful debut of last year's
Fraternity Class "A'l champions,
Chi Phi; and the unsuccessful
opener for the def ending Indepen-
dent League Titlists, Fredrick
Bruce Conybeare's deadly pass-
ing arm paced Chi Phi to a first
round 24-6 victory over Tau Delta
Conybeare hit his ends for three
touchdowns and points after
Carol Gerbel snatched the first
toss into the end zone and was
on the receiving end again for the
extra points. Conybeare added to
the margin by hitting Terry Zieg-
ler for two more six-pointers.
In the only overtime struggle,
Delta Upsilon tipped Zeta Psi 12-6.
The victors copped the tight con-
test on a touchdown pass to right
end Wolf Schunter. A touchdown
pass from Don Mast to Don Ce-
bulski in the. second half evened
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the count in regulation play afterI
Arnie Morawa, the left end, had
snared a TD pass in the opening
Alpha Tau Omega s o u n d ly
whipped Triangle 22-6 in after-
noon action. Don Pauline led the
team with eight points on a touch-
down and a two-pointer after the
touchdown. Joe Tockwood, Jim
Foley and Ron Zimmer teamed up
to account for the remaining 14,
Delta Tau Delta rolled past Al-!
pha Sigma Phi by a count of 20-0.
Driving fullback Noel MacIntosh
paced the attack with two touch-
Beta Theta Pi rolled up the
most lop-sided victory in action'
yesterday with a 30-0 victory over
Sigma Phi. Paul Sangster, Jon
Hall, Ric Balgoozen and Warren
Peacock each tallied one touch-
down. Sangster, Hall and Peacock
also added to the scoring column
with extra pointers.
The results of the other after-
noon contest follow: In Class "A":
Sigma Nu 16, Delta Chi 0; Psi Up-
silon 8, Theta Chi 2; and in twoI
contests won by forfeit: Kappa
Alpha Psi 2, Alpha Phi Alpha 0;
Phi Epsilon Pi 2, Alpha Sigma Phi
In the Independent League, ac-
tion was highlighted by the loss
of the defending champions, Fred-
erick House, to Hard Core, 6-0.
Another hard-fought game took!
place when the Hawaiians toppedJ
the Newmans by a score of 6-0.1
This game, which was played on
tied at the halif, 0-0. The score
remained deadlocked until the
water-soaked Wines Field was
second half when the Hawaiians
intercepted a pass and two plays
later drove over the goal line for
In other Independent League
games, the Zips were crushed by
CMS, 20-0, Dan Clifford, Pete
Clason and George Fink all scam-
pered across the goal for CMS.
The Canadiens nipped the Bean-
towners, 8-6. Another close game
was played by the Evans Scholars
and Forestry, the Evans Scholars
winning 8-0 in a real thriller.
ROOM AND BOARD
UPPER CLASSMEN or grads, linens
furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
near Forest, NO 2-6422. El
BEFORE YOU BUY a class ring, look
at the official Michigan ring. Burr
Patterson and Auld Co., 1209 South
University, NO 8-8887. Fil
TEACHER of singing and speaking;
class or private lessons. Carol F.
Westerman. NO 8-6584. FF1
Excellent CAREER Opportunity
Married or engaged male graduating
seniors or grad students, any field,
Write Box 1, Michigan Daily. Y1
WANTED: Part-time male or female
telephone operators. Arthur Murray's.
NO 2-5539. H27
FOREIGN CAR SALESMEN
own car-familiarity with sports or
foreign cars preferable--some retail
sales experience. Write %,.Michigan
Daily, Box 3. )H25
WANTED: Part & full time saleswomen
at the Eliz. Dillon Shop on Forest off
S. Univ. H23
HELP WANTED-Sales Representatives
in Men's Dorms. Must be a member of
respective house in dorm. Contact
Chuck, NO 2-3241 1-5F.M. H19
BABY SITTER NEEDED for onedfour
year old, Monday and Wednesday
afternoons 12:45-3:15 p.m. during fall
semester. Call NO 5-5585 anytime.
CERTIFIED. TEACHER to work with
kindergarten age children. Hrs. 11:30"
to 5:30 p.m. Call NO 8-7282. After
Ssix call NO 2-3617. H18
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
WANTED: Exchange baby-sitting; half-
day each spouse. We prefer mornings.
Call NO 2-9385. F35
FRATERNITY RUSHEES: Get into the
Fraternity of your choice. Guaranteed
Plan: Bring first copy of Gargoyle
with you during rush. This impresses
the insides out of rush chairmen.
Buy GARG today for a quarter.
MICHIGRAS CENTRAL COMMITTEEl
Attention Sophs, Juniors, Seniors
Thurs.. Oct. 1, 7:30 Union Ball-
room. Petitions Available; Due Oct.
NEED A CHEAP MURAL? Gargoyle of-
fers 4 page fold-out panoramic cine-
mascopic tableau replete with clev-
erly disguised obscenities. On sale
tomorrow. Paper your bathroom walls
with it. P31
TEPS ARE TOPS. F29
FOR RENT: Available Oct. 10. - Fur-
nished apartments for 3 girls, garbage
disposal and large closets. 818 Church
LARGE, attractive rooms for weekend
guests. 1002 Hutchins Ave. Call Mrs.
Harold Andrus at NO 8-7493 or NO
FURNISHED Apartments for 2, 3 or 4.
S. Division near William. NO 8-6059.
2 SENIOR ARCHITECTS desire room-
mate, 2 blocks from campus. Call NO
ATTRACTIVE double or single room
for' men. Across from South Quad.
Linens furnished. 514 Monroe or call
NO 3-3814. C65
SOUTH FOREST-Large 6-room fur-
nished apt. $105 including utilities,
NO 3-2800. 067
GEDDES-FOREST AREA-2-room fur-
nished apt. 1st floor. $75. NO 3-2800.
APT. FURNISHED. 3 rooms. All utilities
furnished. Private entrance with bath.
2 blocks from the Law Quad. $80. For
boys. NO 8-6408. C68
DOUBLES ONLY. Linens furnished.
Only % block from Law Qua at 804
S. State (at Hill). C64
WANTED: Girl to share apartment. $35
monthly including utilities. 32 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 wall 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 quiet house.
Large closets - linens furnished. NO
FURNISHED ROOM in quiet home,
semi-private bath and phone. 1208
Prospect St. Phone 2-0648 evenings.
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
812 PAULINE, 3 rooms and bath, gas
heat, Oct. 1. $75. Clean and attrac-
tive. NO 3-6415 or Pontiac, FE 2-6681.
FOUR ROOM, two bedroom apartment.
$125. All utilities included. Private
entrance, NO 2-7531. C14
One block. Modern apartments. 514
S. Forest. Also rooms. NO 2-1443. C25
Space and garage. 514 S. Forest.
NO 2-1443. 026
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.
REWEAVING-2Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade..
NO 2-4647. Ji
TYPING: Theses, term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
Headquarters for garden repair
Muehlig & Lanphear
311 S. Main St.
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
AT SANFORDS.. .
119 East Ann Street,
Open Til 8 P. M. -
Also Sundays & Holidays
(Opposite court house since.1927)'
WASHINGS and/or ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9920. AA1
New coffee pot?
Dishes of all kinds-
all this and more too at Ralph's
Kitchen Hardware Department.
709 Packard NO 2-3175
MORRILL'S, 314 South State Street
is the dealer to see for world famous
Olympia, portable typewriters. They
invite you to come in and try one
314 S. State St. NO 3-2481
Got the Lawrence Welk fever?
Come in and take lessons in our
private studio. 120 bass accordion
for only $10 per month. All pay-
ments apply onx purchase.
323 S. Main NO 8-7312
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c: shorts 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. WI
4 bedroom (or 3 with study) ranch,
near schools. Air-conditioned, wall-
to-wall carpeting, drapes. Gas heat.
Land contract or 4 ,S15.H.A. Fi-
nancing. NO 3-0774 after 6 P.M.
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
PETS AND SUPPLIES
WANT THE FUN of having a Siamese
cat without the expense? Take my
beautiful 9 months old male for one
year-I'l pay all expenses. Call NO
3-7835 between 6 and 8 p.m. T1
Complete line of HiFi components
including hits; complete service on
radio, phonographs and Hill equip-
HI FI STUDIO
1317 South University
1 block east atCampus Theatre
Phone NO 8-79+
ORGANS and PIANOS BY
WURLITZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS
Makers, restorers, and dealers of
rare violins and bows.
Saes - Service - Rentals
508 E. Williams NO 3.3395
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and acesaor-
les. Warranted & guaranteed. Be
us for the best price on new &
used tires. Road service-mechanie
"You expect more from Standard
and you. get iti"
1220 S. University at Forest
Protect your tarti
. Fall Changeover
Complete Tune-up Service Available
601 Packard NO 8-9429
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
MGA, '56. Wire wheels, Motorola, strong
Arnolt heater. Driven regularly, good
condition. Call Detroit, TUxedo 51801.
Grosse Pointe Farm .N14
1928 MODEL A SEDAN. Good campus
transportation. Load it up. and head
for the game. Cheap! NO 3-0364.
RENAULT DAUPHINE '57, Black. Ex-
cellent condition. GL 3-1072. )B18
1953 VOLKSWAGEN. Export Sedan --
Strato-Silver (Silver-blue), $710. Call
NO 2-9748 after 5 P.M. N12
1958 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE: 7,500 mt.,
new condition, $1,600. NO 3-2329 after
5 P.M. N10
LOST AND FOUND '
LOST: Black Clutch Bag, Friday night,
vicinity of Division & Williams. Re-
ward. Call Univ. Ext. 446 before 5
P.M., or NO 3-3$95. Ask for Miss Sher-
LOST AT STADIUM. Black Framed
Glasses -held together with paper-
clip. Reward. Call NO 3-2391 after 6.
Parts and Service for almost
Get off the campus beat - come
down to Grinnell's and save $1.00
on all classical records, including
London, RCA, Decca, Columbia, etc.
323 '. Main
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS: Time on your
hands? Petition for 19609_J-Hop, 2534
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