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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'By RUDE DIFAZIO
With the comment, "too ,any
mistakes," Coach Bennie C ster-
baan dismissed Saturday's game
with Michigan State and began to
prepare his Michigan Wolverines
for this weekend's encounter with
Northwestern.
After a light- workout yesterday
afternoon he took his team into
the projection room to view the
films of last Saturday's game with
the accent on correcting some of
those mistakes before the Wildcats
cor to town'
..The biggest concern of Ooster-
baan besides Northwestern is, the
physical condition of the Wolver-
ines.
Fullback John Herrnstein may
be out of the lineup indefinitely
with a recurring foot injury. The
injury has been X-rayed and shows
no broken bones, but it has forced

Herrnstein to use crutches to move
around
There will be an attempt to
make a.special shoe with a cush-
ioned instep for the big fullback
but it is not yet known if it will
supply enough relief so that he will
be able. to play.
The Wolverines went without
their .frst two quarterbacks. Jim
Van Pelt was resting a charlie
horse. Stan Noskin was in Health
Service with a touch of the flu.
Flu was also what kept Brad
Myers out of Saturday's game, and
although he was released from
Health Service yesterday, he will
still have to take it easy for the
rest of the week.
Center Gene Snider was also
absent from practice. He is still
nursing a leg injury he received in
the second quarter of Saturday's
game.

FOR SALE
8 ROOMS OF FURNITURE: Desks, chest
of drawers, beds, dining-sets, tables,
chairs, and davenports. Private home
owned. 601 Miller. Call NO 5-6923.
)B44
Large size throw rugs-choice of col-
ors. Values up to $15 now at $4.95
while they last. Open Mon. evening.
Smith Floor Covering
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39e; shorts, 69c, military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. washington.
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for the finest in movies
priced from only $89.95
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By CARL RISEMAN
Three weeks of the National
Football . League campaign have
passed and two teams still hold
unblemished records.
The city of Baltimore has its
division title hopes soaring as the
Baltimore Colts won for the third
straight week Sunday, beating the
Green -Bay Packers, 45-17.
Three TD's
A blitz-like attack led by Alan'
(the horse) Ameche who scored
three touchdowns, and the pin-
point passing of John Unitas:paced
the Baltimore attack.
If the Cleveland Browns magni-
ficent defense continues to hold,
the Browns will be a shoo-in for
the Eastern Division title. On Sun-
day the Browns won, 24-7, over the
winless Philadelphia Eagles, to
preserve the Browns amazing rec-
ord of allowing only seven points
a-game
Chicago's once-mighty Bears,
picked by pre-season pollsters'to
rule 'the Western Division, seem-
ingly are headed for a perfect sea-

son, right at the bottom of the
NFL. The Bears lost number three
on Sunday, this time to the San
Francisco' Forty-Niners, 21-17.
The defending World Champion
New York Giants look like they
are clicking at last. They beat the
Washington Redskins, 24-20.
With Charley Conerly directing
the team, the Giants were able to
dominate play and their attack
included Ben Agajanian's 50-yd.
field goal,.a tremendous boot that
was the.longest field goal ever
kicked by a 'Giant and the longest
ever kicked in Washington's Grif-
fith stadium. However, the boot

fell six yards short of the NFL
record.
Lions Win Opener
At Briggs Stadium playing be-
fore a capacity crowd of 55,914,
the Detroit. Lions opened their
home season by beating the Los
Angeles Rams, 10-7. The real of-
fensive weapon for the Lions were.
its defensive halfbacks who inter-
cepted six passes, one of which led
to a touchdown.
Pittsburgh's "new look" Steelers
defeated the Chicago Cardinals,
29-20. Former MSU halfback Billy
Wells sprinted 96 yards on a kick-
off return to score the Steelers'
second touchdown.

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NFL STANDINGS
EASTERN CONFERENCE
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hngtona 1 2 0,
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Baltimore
Detroit
San Francisco
Green Bay
Los Angeles
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By DAVE LYON
Five residence halls "A" touch
football teams retained unbeaten
records after yesterday's I-M ac-
tion at South Ferry and Wines
fields.
Huber raised its record to 3-0 by'
overpowering previously undefeat-
ed kelsey, 26-7. Ron Willis ran for
one score and passed to Tom
Southwell, Ron Pilo, and Ron Ber-
nas for' the other Huber touch-
downs. Bruce Baldwin tallied for
Kelsey.
Taylor Victorious
Barry Marshall scored once and
threw two touchdown heaves to
Bill Orwig as Taylor hiked its
record to 3-0 with a 19-7 triumph
over Michigan.
Reeves upended previously-un-
beaten Williams, 13-0, as Ted
Green gathered in two of John
Krause's passes for scores. Rick
Staelen pitched two touchdown
passes as Scott stayed undefeated,
downing Hayden, 13-6. Strauss,
also -unbeaten, was not scheduled
yesterday.
All other "A" games yesterday
were shutouts. Greene blanked
Hinsdale, 6-0, 'when George Carr
threw a TD strike to Al Geise with

2:45 left in the game. Allen-Rum-
sey stopped Winchell, 7-0, BoV
Carlson running ,10 yards for the
score. -
Virtually the entire Gomberg
"A" team was down with the flu,
so yesterday's Wenley-Gomberg
game was postponed to a later
date.
Lone Score
Eric Epps registered the lone
score in Chicago's 6-0. triumph.
over Anderson, and Adamn% forced
Van Tyne into overtime before
losing, 1-0.
Battles between undefeated
teams featured "B" football play.
Strauss toppled Williams from the
unbeaten ranks, 19-0, in a game
filled with intercepted passes. Jerry
Vogel returned a wayward Wil-
liams aerial for a touchdown, and
Hugh Weller scored twice.
Steve Jakus passed long to Steve
Kerho for the only score in Gom-
berg's 6-0 decision over previously
unbeaten Adams. Other "B" scores:
Reeves 26, Huber 7; Van Tyne 12,
Hinsdale 6; Hayden 6, Michigan
0; Taylor 6, Cooley 0; Anderson 8,
Winchell 6; Kelsey 12, Scott 0; and
Greene over Lloyd, forfeit.

CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18, or new silk- shawl
collar, $25. Overcoats $18. Write to
Mchaels Tailoring Co, 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit. Michigan. for free' de-
tails or phone WOodw rd 3-5776. 1P2
BUSINESS SERVICES
PRINTING
Specialties - 24,r hour service
News Letters4 Stationery
Fraternities - Sororities
Invites - Programs .
Posters - Tickets
ROACH PRINTING - Ph. NO 8-8132
415 Detroit (opposite Farmer's Market)
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DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
FALL CHANGEOVER
NOW
Golden's Service Station 601 Packard
NO 8-9429 i)J15
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. "Let us, save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
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Shoes repaired and shined
Fine Tailoring
SANFORD'S
While you wait- service
119 East Ann St.
NO 8-6966
Open 8 till 8 Sat. 8 till 10,
30 -years in same location
(opposite court house)
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ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107
)J12
WILLIS PACKING CO..
Huron River Branch
Freezer Lockers for Rent
331 E. William, Ann Arbor
Call Huron River plarnt for
infdrmation-HU 2-1685
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables r

PETSAND SUPPLIES-
MONKEYS, alligators, tropical fish,
aquarium, and supplies. New Ines-
pensive piston pump. Hamsters, kitty-
litter, wild bird seed, etc.
UNI:SITY AQUARIUM
328 East iberty NO 3-0224
(open daily except Thursday)
)T3
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and supplies. AKO
Beagles. 305. W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
)T1
* PERSONAL
MANY THANKS for "Sunday Soiree."
We had a ball ! l 1 )F46
EVEN THE RUSSIANS can't afford to
offer magazines like Time, Life, and
Sports Illustrated to their students
and faculty at 8c each. Student Peri-
odical, NO 2-3061. )F44
GROUP Personal property insurance
for U of M students, faculty and
staff. Protects against fire, burglary,
water damage, smoke damage, wind,
theft and other hazards.' Liberal cov-
erage-lowest rates. Airway Under-
writers, Inc., NO 2-7521. )F27
DISTINCT STYLING in fabric and
fur. Fur accessories.
MARGARET SHOP.
516 East Liberty )F5
ATTENTION golfersi Play golf at scenic
Municipal Golf Course. 18 holes.
Open through November. Reasonable.
rates. Pro shop full of bargains.'
Municipal Golf Course, 1519 Fuller
Road, NO 8-9230. )F38
FALL IS FALLING'
The leaves are turning
The weather is gay
If a great time you're yearning
It's Campbell's Bakery without delay.
CAMPBELL BAKERY
219 N. Main - NO 8-9880
Order Now - We' Deliver
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MUSICAL MDSE.
RADIOS, REPAIRS
RARE VIOL INS
BOWS ANb ACCESSORIES
All repairs promptly serviced
by two competent repairmen.

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PHOTO SUPPLIES
ZEISS-IKON CONTESSA: 35 mm Tessa
2.8 Syncro-compur lens. Never used.
$87. Kodak Retina II in perfect con-
dition, $79. Both cameras have leath-,
er carrying cases. Cal NO 3-1634 aft-
er 5 P.M. )D12
USED CARS
'57 CHEVROLET. Del Ray, six cylinder,
standard transmission, radio, heater,
low mileage, NO 3-5438. )N41
'50 CABS DE SOTO-delue 4 door --
automatic transmission - radio =-
heater - one owner. 1430 White after
6:00 P.M. )N3t
WANTED
We pay top 'dollars for good used cars
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N38
'50 CHEVY,. 2 door, radio and heater,
clean. $135. Call NO 2-3593 after 5 p.m.
)N39
'52 NASHSTATESMAN. Bed.Good con-
dition. NO 8,-6284. )X56

LOST AND FOUND -
OPAL RING set in diamonds, reward,
finger call NO 3-3987. )A33
FOUND: Silver cigarette lighter with
fish design. Found in front of ad-
ministration building. Call NO 3-0521
ext. 328. )A32
LOST-Brown wallet. Contents impor-
tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29
MISCELLANEOUS

MADDY
508 s. William

MUSIC
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* NEW ENGL/SH-BUILT FORD

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AM-FM RADIOS
Telefunkin, Magnavox, Zenith. -
Granco.-$44.95 and up
MUSIC CENTER
300 s. Thayer NO 2-2500
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ROOM AND BOAR
WANTED - Hungry students
good food at reasonable rat
Cambridge, Ph. 28312; ask I
Ruis.
HELP WANTED
WANTED - Cab drivers, full
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. An
Yellow and Checker Cab Co
NO 8-9382.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESS
EXPERT FOREIGN and Spo
Service Nye Motor Sales, inc.
Washington. NO 3-4858.
C-TED STANDARD SERV
Friendly service is our busini
las tires, batteries and acce
Warranteed & gauranteed. See
the best price on new & use
Road service - mechanio0
"You expect more from Sta
and you get it"
1220 S. University at For
NO 8-9168
WE SERVICE ALL
FOREIGN CARS
EUROPEAN CARS
303 Ashley NO
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT 5
0t17 South State N
Bumping and Painting
New Atlas Tires
High in quality, low in price
$16.95; 710x15, $18.95; 760x19
(exchange). No money dow
terms.
Hickey's Service Stat
30 N. Main cor. Catherine N
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: three tuxedos a
tails, size small to medium.
NO 5-6923.
APARTMENT for two male s
Cooking privileges. Near cam
3-1650.
WANTED: Occupant for singl
near campus. 1011 E. Univers
NO 8-8681 after 5 P.M.
SUNNY ROOM, newly furnish
block from campus. NO 2-1
S. Forest.
ATTENTION STUDENTS - T
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pe
forming, excellent water an
20 minutes east of-Ann Arbo
igan at Hagerty Rd. Canton
Village, " Wayne, Michigan.

A Ford Product
' Up To 35 Miles Per Gallon
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Room Inside for th'e Entire Family
Smart Styling ;
AdvanceI Integral Body Frame Design

An amazing inventory of Hi F1
components available to you at
catalogue -price.
K ITS
We stopk ,amplifier,AM-FM tuner,,
and speaker enclosure kits in sev-
eral brands.
HI Fi SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are
fully competent and equipped to
service ail equipment we sell, and
to advise you on the selection of
components.
1217& 1317 So. University
(one block East of
new Campus Theatre)
NO 8-7942
)X9

COMPLETE ONE-STOP
QUALITY SERVICE
Free Pick-Up and Delivery

Lincoln-Mercury- English Ford
3345 Washtenow Rd.
Phone NO 3-4197 - Open 8:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.

HI-FI EQUIPMENT deals. Student,
agent--Below net prices. Phone NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. }X8__

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over every known area of science, to produce answers
Io immediate questions, solutions for long-range
problems. Technical Operations, Incorporated, of
Burlington, Massachusetts, now engaged in such re-
search in cooperation with the Continental Army
Command at Fort Monroe, Virginia, and at Monterey,
California, is' looking for the right scientists and
engineers in all fields...

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broadening contact with many varied scientific dis-
ciplines, good living conditions, salary policies that
mean growth and recognition, all usual benefits, and
creative freedom to think, in a growing research and
development organization.
See Our Representatives:
K. S. ANDERSON; at the Placement, Office, College
of Engineering, 347 West Engineering Building, Oc-
tober 16 ... at the Bureau of Appointments, 352$
Administration Building, October 17.
Write to: K. S.,ANDERSSON

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