T'lE MICHIGAN DAILY
Press Box Facilities Indicate
MSU is Keeping Up with Michigan
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;EPING UP WITH the Joneses can be expensive, as any econo-
nist will tell you, but when the two principles are the University
Aichigan and Michigan State University and money is no prob-
the merry chase can go on and on.
State unveiled a brand new pressbox and stadium additions
erday as the Spartan gridders trounced Indiana. The new addl-
s, which up the Spartan Stadium capacity to 76,000 and the
ber of sports writers that can be accommodated to 200-plus,
built at a cost of an estimated million and a half dollars.
State's press facilities now rival the extravagant set-up that
higan put into service last fall. The three deck press structure
on the facing of the second stadium deck on the west side of
uplete with Snack Bar ...
The three decks of the press arrangement break down this way:
top deck is for radio,and official game movie photographers.
teen radio stations can be accommodated. The middle deck is
the working press and is complete with snack bar. The press
eramen and television crews work on the lower deck.
About the only differenlce between the 'advantages offered to the
s at the two places is that in Ann Arbor refreshments are served
right in your seat. At East Lansing you have to walk to either
of the press box to get served. And who's going to complain about
They say the cement never sets on the MSU campus andi indica-
s are that this trend will continue. With such marvelous fa-
es available to the press at Spartan Stadium, little wonder that
reporter couldn't stay away when he was unable to attend the
e at Los Angeles.
JOTTINGS IN THE MARGIN: If any vain Michigan partisans
any wild ideas about looking past the Michigan State game two
:s hence, they should put these to the winds at once . . . Duffy
gherty's squad is 'loaded i " this fall . . . they have a pair of
d quarterbacks in Panitcr d Ninowski . . . Kowalczqk is run-
as he did two years ago and the Spartans introduced a sopho-
halfback named Dean Look who "looks" like a real future star.
Using its fourth, fifth and sixth stringers late in the game, the
tans reeled off penalty after penalty in the second half and broke
Lue's old'"record for the most yardage ever assessed a Big Ten
a .155 yards was stepped off by the officials . . . this, plus 96
s against Indiana, made ?eferee Don Hamilton the top ground
er-of the day.
The new substitutions rule, where each player entering the
e- must report to the officials, delayedthe game excessively in
ast half and to top it all off, poor Bob Hicks, the Hoosiers' coach-
harge, sent an illegal sub into the game with only 6:17 left and
st his downtrodden crew another 15 yards on top of everything
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD, $82.50 per month.
Lunch--80. Dinner 1.30. Cali John
Kuieck, NO 2-1838., )E7
WANTED - Hungry students, to eat
good food at reasonable rates. 1319
Cambridge. Ph. 28312; ask for John
HELP WANTED-Part time help-shoe
salesman - male - experience es-
sential. 619 E. Liberty. Mast's Shoes.
WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone
NO 8-9382. )H5
S T IM U L A'T IN G sitter - companion
sought for physically handicapped
boy, 18 months old, for Sat. after-
noons and one other week-day after-
noon. Phone NO 2-5237 after 6. )H20,
IMMEDIATE 'opening for three half-
time teaching positions in small
local children's institute. Prefer ex-
perience in special education' and
understanding of disturbed children."
For appointment call NO 2-3209 be-
tween 8 q .m. and $ p.m. Monday
thru Friday. )H21
HELP WANTED-Male and female can-
vassers needed for Ann Arbor City
Directory. 4 hours per day or more
between 8 and 5. Good handwriters.
Apply at 3053E. Ann. )H22
UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEE is eager to
pay $5 per month for ride daily to
campus from Pittsfield. "Call NO 5-
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
ONE HITTER-Johnny Klippstein, a major pitching disappoint-
.ment to Cincinnati all seasonu, nearly gained baseball fame today
when he hurled a one-hitter against National League champion
Milwaukee. Bob Hazle's eighth inning single was the lone hit as
the Redlegs won, 6-0.
IKlipstein Holds Braves-;
Yanks Wn; Tigers Lose
By The Associated P ess
MILWAUKEE - B o b (Hurri-
cane) Hazle looped a lazy fly ball
single into short right field with
two out in the eighth inning today
to deprive Johnny Klippstein of a
no-hitter as the Cincinnati Red-
legs shut out the Milwaukee
Klippstein, who has completed
only two of his 17 previous starts
this season permitted only one
other man to reach base as he
befuddled the National League
champions with an assortment of
curves, fast balls and sliders.
place finish in
FIRST TIME IN THE U.S.A.
ENGLISH LA KS"
The 29 - yr. - old righthander
-- struck out five and permitted only
- five balls to be hit out of the in-
field, besides Hazle's single, on
which right fielder Wally Post
made a desperate but unsuccessful
attempt for a shoe-string catch.
It was Klippstein's eighth triumph
against 11 setbacks and his first
Don Hoak led the Redlegs' 10-
hit attack against loser Warren
Spahn 'and Ernie Johnson, driving
in four runs with three singles.
The defeat was the 11th for the
21-game winning Spahn and his
first to Cincinnati this year.
The victory was only the fourth
for Cincinnati in 21 meetings with
Milwaukee this year with the sea-
son's finale scheduled tomorrow. A
crowd of 24,478 watched the game,
swellng the Braves home attend-
ance to 2,170,404, a National
Excusivel y ours
-State Streef on the Campus;
C *i *
Pittsburgh 1, New York0'
NEW YORK-Frank Thomas'
22nd home run of the season gave
Pittsburgh a 1-0 victory ove. the
New York Giants yesterday as the
Pirates struggled to avoid a last
Only 2,768 turned out for the
next-to-last game at the Polo
Grounds which the Giants will
leave forever Sunday. They will
play in San Francisco in 1958.
*i * *
BOSTON-The New York Yan-
kees, tuning up for the World
Series with all the zip they showed
while battling for the American
League pennant, blanked the Bos-
ton Red Sox, 2-0, yesterday on
Harry Simpson's homer.
Simpson's blast into the Red
Sox bullpen in right center was
only the secondof three hits given
up by Dave Sisler starting and
losing Boston pitcher who went
the first seven innings.
Simpson's blast, his 13th of the!
season and seventh as a Yankee,
also scored Joe Collins xvho had
drawn one of two walks given by
the bespectacled Sisler.
Tom Sturdivant pitched the first
seven innings and ' was credited
with his 16th victory. He has lost
* * di
Kansas City 5, Detroit 3
DETROIT- Gus Zernial's 27th
homer of the season in the 13th
inning yesterday gave the Kansas
19A0 LIOgaTA c-g a soiej1t4y &STJ
the Detroit Tigers.
Zernial's homer off relief pitch-
er Paul Foytack scored Milt Graff,
who had singled.
The Tigers rallied with three
runs in the eighth inning to tie
up the game 3-3 and force the
game into extra innings.
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Fred Hutchin-
son, the manager who steered -the
St. Louis Cardinals to second place
in the National League and kept
his team in contention for the
pennant until almost the last
minute, was signed to a one-year
General Manager Frank Lane in
announcing the agreement did not
disclose the terms but said Hutch-
inson received an incre i over his
1957 salary. Hutchinson said he is
"completely satisfied" with the
Standing Room Only
MILWAUKEE - The Milwau-
kee Braves announced Saturday
that standing room tickets for the
third and fourth games of the
World Series would go on sale at
County Stadium ticket office at
noon Friday, Oct. 4.
The tickets are for the games of
Oct. 5 and 6.
Price will be $4 each, with a
limit of two to each purchaser.
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4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 overoge words to o line.'
Classified deodline> 3 P.M. daily.
Phone NO 2-3241
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
plies, Hamsters, Parakeets, etc.
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
507 W. Cross, Ypsi HU 3-3695
(Open daily except Thursday)
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and supplies. AKC
Beagles. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
LEARNING TO FLY is an educational
experience -- and is fun. For infor-
mation on CAA approved school us-
ing modern,radio-equipped aircraft,
call NO 2-5843 after 5:30. Pilots Club
memberships available. )J18
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriter repaired at a
TYPEWRITER STORE. Morrill's' 314
S. State. )J13
RAPID, 'RELIABLE, and 'reasonable
service on bicycles, scooters, motor-
cycles and bicycles. England's Sport-
ing Goods. 120 W. Huron at Ashley
(rear of Marathon Station) NO 5-
$284. Open evenings 'til 9:00. )J17
Shoes repaired and shined
While- you wait service
iro East Ann St.
' NO ,8x696@6
Open 8 till B Sat. 8 till 10
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
- FLOOR SANDERS,
Complete decoratiig supplies
HU ME ' S
206 W. Washington NO 8-7373
Opposite the carport ) J9
Specialties - 24 hour service
News Letters - Stationery
Fraternities - Sororities
Invites - Programs
Posters - Tickets
ROACH PRINTING - Ph. NO 8-8132
415 Detroit (opposite Farmer's Market)
WILIS PACKING CO.
Huron River Branch
Freezer Lockers for Rent
331 E. William, Ann Arbor
Call Huron River plant for
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 A.M.
-$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
12, nearly new. Reasonable.
Rent A Car
Aygg 514 E. Waphington St.
Phone NO 3-4156
'52 PONTIAC-four door sedan, Hydra-
matic . Four new tires. Very clean.'
$445. NO 2-8141. )N21
'48 De SOTO. Four door. Radio and
heater. Good condition. $185. 1900
Dexter Ave. NO 8-6087. )N20
1946 CHEVROLET tudor coupe. Excel-
lent condition; radio. and heater.
Reasonably priced. Phone NO 3-3307
after 6:00 p.m. )N19
'47 OLDS, 2 tone green, 2 door, 6
cylinder, automatic transmission, ra-
dia and heater, turn signals. $125.
Call NO 2-2870 after 5 p~m. )N18
'52 NASH STATESMAN. Bed. Good con-
dition. NO 8-6284. )N16
'51 FORD four-door with overdrive. Ex-
cellent condition throughout. Stu-
dent needs money. Best offer. NO 2-
1940 BUICK SPECIAL, good condition.
Phone NO 2-2346. )N10
'49 STUDEBAKER Commander with
overdrive, radio, and heater. $150.
M. Watts. NO 3-4145, room 201. )N22
YOU CAN ORDER SUBSCRIPTIONS
at special rates TODAY by phoning,
Student Periodical, NO 2-3061. )F3
MORRILL SUPPORT ',
'Audio Supply Lal
(across from Stati
Dressmaking and Alterations
Phone NO 2-9541
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
shigle breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, ,$25. Overcoats $18. Write to
Michaels'Tailoring Co., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
tails or phone WOodward 3-5776. )P21
' LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Main apparatus of watch in
vicinity of Burns Park. Call RWM,
1211, Willard 3-2014. )A8
LOST-Wallet, black cowhide with I.D.
papers. Reward. Contact Paul Mischa-
koff. 404 Williams House, W.Q. NO
2-4401. ) AS
IF YOU ARE interested in Hi-Fi equip-
ment why not speak to a student in-
stdad of a salesman? All equipment
at ,wholesale prices. Call NO 5-6644
and ask for Tan. ' )B26
SPENCER MICROSCOPE for sale. Call
NO 2-1666. )B25
CLARINET for sale or exchange for
typewriter. Phone NO 3-8775. )B27
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
9x12 COTTON RUGS
Smith's Floor Covering-
207,E. Washington NO 3-5536
ALUMINUM ROOM DIVIDERS, 93x48
for $25. 62x48 for $20. 851 Tappan,
FOR SALE-Matching lamp and coffee
table' and 'green lounge chair. NO
BARGAINS-Cheapest "washer, woman"
In towtn - 15c .a shirt. References,
Call the laundress, NO 3-3384. )F13
DON'T MISS this chance-tryout, for
the "w~ily" Business or Editorial
Staffs. Business'-'Mon., Sept. 30 at
7:15, Editorial - Tues., Oct. 1 at 7:15.
Student Publications Building, 420
f4 S. State
INTERLOCHEN PIANO SALE.
Acrosonic spinets "used -.m
months at National Musi
Many styles and finishes
at reduced prices. Used upri
spinets. Maddy Music, 508
U1am, NO 3-3223.
- for Avis Rent a Car
DISTINCT STYLING in >abrc
fur. Fur accessories.
'.516 East Liberty
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
TEA HOUSE of the
21 sq. single lens refle
A Masterpiece of versati
"Everything Is Interchang
320 S. State NC
CAR SERVICE, ACCES
'51 MERC. Club Coupe, '54 Fc
top, '53 Chev. Hardtop, '
Palmer Ford Sales
Chelsea, Mich. GR
C-TED STANDARD SERI
Friendly service is our busin
las tires, batteries and acc
Warranteed & gauranteed. Se
the best price on new & usi
Road service - mechanic o
"You expect more from SI
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Foi
WE SERVICE ALL
303 Ashley NO
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT S
2007 South StateN
Bumping and Paintinj
Television sales and serv
30 years of experience
300 South Thayer NC
htI-Fl BARGAIN, complete wi
kit form, includes coaxial
folded horn inclosure, integ
watt amp. and pre-amp.,
changer with nagnetic carts
diamond itylus, price $129
complete line of transisto:
beginning at $38.95. ANN AF
FI STUDIO, 1217-1317 South
Fri., Sat., Su
September 27, 28,
504 First National Bldg.
DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
Golden's Service Station- 601 Packard
CLEAN CPOKED AND DE-VEINED
Oct. 3.-4- 5
LARGE SINGLE ROOM for male stu-
dent close to campus. Includes kitch-
en, lounge (with TV), and parking
facilities. NO 2-8525 between 12 and
1 and also 4 thru 6. )026
ROOM for one or two men in dormi-
tory. B'ni B'rith Hillel Foundation.
Phone 3-4129 or write to 1429 Hill
St. giving present address and phone.
WANTED: Third male to share modern
six room cottage at Little Silver
Lake. 20 minute drive. Own bedroom.
$30 a month. NO 3-1561, 4505 Alice
ONE GIRL to share modern five room
apt. with three other girls. 309 Pack-
ard or call NO 3-0333 afternoons and
SUNNY ROOM, newly furnished. One
block' from campus. NO 2-1443. 514
S. Forest. )C15
FOR RENT-Pleasant apartment, rare
find, awaits second man. Dr. Roger
Milkman, NO 3-1511, ext. 3080 or write
in care of Dept. of Zoology. )C2
WANTED-One girl to share new,
modern five room apartment with
Pat Brophy, Martha Smith; 1336 Ged-
des. Carpeting, air conditioning, dish
washer, garbage disposal. NO 2-4610.*
4TTENTION STUDENTS -- TRAILER
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pool now
forming, excellent water and road.
20 minutes east of Ann Arbor. Mich-
igan at Hagerty Rd. Canton Mobile
Village, Wayne,, Michigan. )CZ
SWINGING apartment for rent. Two
roommates wanted to share large, un-
restricted apt. with one other person.
$38 per month. Contact after 5:00
P.M. 215% E. Washington, Apt. 3.
WANTED -Two roommates to share
spacious apartment with two men.
Call NO 2-1535. )C30
BOX OFFICE OPENS MON. SEPT. 30
Season tickets also
208 E. Washington
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Chicago 90 63 .588 S
Boston 81 72 .529 17
Detroit 77 76 .503 21
Baltimore 75 76 .497 22
Cleveland 75 77 .493 22Y2
Kansas City 59 93 .388 38%
Washington 55 98 .359 43
New York 2, Boston 0
Baltimore 9, Washington 1
Cleveland 4, Chicago I
Kansas City 5, Detroit 3
New York at Boston
Baltimore at Washington
Kansas City at Detroit
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