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OCTOBR 26.195

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

'' Minnesota Vie for Jug Today
Bowl Contention at Stake;
Injuries Plague Both Teams T

I,

BENNIE OOSTERBAAN
...wary of Gophers
Air Force
Droprs Tilt
To Scholars
Yesterday was no day for a
rushing ground game at South
Ferry Field as nose-nipping weath-
'er froze the water - logged field
harder than Dexter Cider.
AFROTC didn't fare as well in
the air as the Evans Scholars pass-
ed for two to pick up their third
consecutive win by a 12-7 count.
Ray Homicz and Val Spangler
were on the receiving ends.
Tepreviously unscored upon
Zips lost their first game in three
outings, 7-6, to the Actuaries.
Clark Baird blotted their record
with a run around left end.
The Commuters were also top-
pled from the undefeated ranks
by powerful 1207. Don Muir paced
his team to a 39-0 victory with
four T.D. passes.
The Beantowners sporting a 2-0
record were edged in overtime, 1-0,
by Bacteriology.
In one of the few protested
games played off, Tau Delta Phi
downed Phi Kappa Tau 13-0.
Other scores were Hawaiians 13,
Double A's 2; Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,
Alpha Sigma Phi 0; Phi Sigma
Kappa' 12, Phi Epsilon Pi 0; So-
ciology 12, Pill Pushers 8; Ghosts
14, Chemistry 0; Sama 8, Owens
r Co-op 0.
GRID PICKS SCORE
Miami 48, Kansas 6
DIAL NO 8-6416
.. ENDS TONIGHT ---

(Continued from Page 1)
services of John Herrnstein, their
top fullback, who is still nursing
a chronic instep injury. Herrnstein
did not make the trip here.
Two other Wolverines are not in
tip-top. shape, but are with the
team and probably will see limited
service.
Shatusky May Play
Right halfback Mike Shatusky
has a painful back injury which
confined him to the hospital most
of the week. But the rugged ex-GI
may play anyway.
Husky centerman Gene Snider
has leg and side injuries that may
hold him out of action. Brad Myers
will start in place of Shatusky and
Jerry Goebel has assumed the
number one center position.
Minnesota isn't much better off.
Quarterback Dick Larson, who al-
ternates at the signal calling post
with the inimitable Bobby Cox, is
definitely-out of the contest with
at pulled achilles tendon.
.His replacement will be Jimmy
Reese, ex of Fordham, who switch-
ed to Minnesota when Fordham
dropped football a few years back.
He has seen little game action
behind Cox and Larson and, as a
re§ult, is unproven.
Other Gopher cripples who may
or may not play are first stringers
Bob Blakely, Frank Youso and
Mike Svendsen.
Fast Fullback
Blakely, Minnesota's fastest full-
back, has a sprained knee. Youso,
a tackle, has been in bed with
bronchitis this week and center
Svendsen has a severely bruised
hip.
Michigan has polished its offen-
sive this week, featuring the pass-
ing game. Should the weather per-
mit, Oosterbaan's crew make be
expected to take to the air, a place
where the Gopher's have proven
vulnerable this fall.
Today's Lineups
MICHIGAN Pos. MINN.
Prahst LE Gehring
Orwig LT Sixta
Faul LG Burkholder
Goebel C Jukichi
Nyren R G Rasmussen
Davies R T Herbold
W. Johnson RE Jelacic
Van Pelt Q B Cox
PaceL H Lindblom
Myers, RH Schultz
Byers F B Borstad

Michigan will open with the
same lineup that started a week
ago against Northwestern, except{
that Jfm Van Pelt will be at quar-I
terback. Stan Noskin, who startedI
against the Wildcats, will see
plenty of action, however, especi-
ally if the Wolverines employ the
forward pass to a considerable de-
gree.
Jim Byers will be rewarded for
his fine performance last week with
a starting Job at fullback. The line
will remain intact.
Minnesota's chief threat, aside
from Cox, will be Rich Borstad,
who will operate from fullback..
Borstad is third behind Blakely
and Cox on the team in rushing
with a net of 129 yards.
NBA SCORE
Syracuse 103, Philadelphia 85

JERRY GOEBEL
... Snider's replacement

Big Ten Teams Near
Halfway Mark in Season

By SI COLEMAN
With recent upsets still fresh in
the minds of everyone, the Big
Ten footballrace nears the half-
way mark today.
Most of the top action involves
the title hopefuls with two un-
beaten contenders and five one-
defeated clubs involved in three
of the four conference games.
Barring any repetition of last
week's upset theme, one game is
fairly easy to predict.
Defending Champs
Iowa, the defending champs in
the Big Ten, invades Evanston,
Ill., taking with them an unde-
feated record to face winless
Northwestern. The Hawkeyes are
heavily favored.
The loop's other undefeated
team, Ohio State, (2-0) travels to
Madison to engage the surprise
team of the season, Wisconsin.
Three pre-season favorites are
at the crisis in their title bids. No
two-game loser has ever won the
Big Ten championship in the 60-
year history of the Conference, and
these three teams are bound to
be thinking of this today.
One of last week's teams that
pulled a stunning upset is Illinois,
winner in a 34-13 contest against
Minnesota. The Ilini will be out to
duplicate their feat against Michi-
gan State, the number one team
in the country before its 20-13 up-
set by Purdue.

Both teams have each lost 'one
game and another defeat would
eliminate them as far as any con-
ference title or Rose Bowl hopes
are concerned.
Michigan and Minnesota strug-
gle for the Little Brown Jug asj
well as Conference survival at
Minneapolis in the Gopher Home-
coming game.
Non-Conference Games
There are two Big Ten teams
that will play non-conference op-
ponents. Purdue (1-2) takes on
Miami of Ohio at Lafayette.
The Boilermaker's football
forces were materially bolstered'
Thursday by the return to action
of six key players who have been
handicapped by flu and injuries.
Despondent Indiana (0-3) final-
ly meets some team in its own
class. Villanova invades Blooming-
ton as a one touchdown favorite.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L T Pt .

BUSINESS SERVICES
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
)J2
IMPORTED CANDY
AND
GROCERIES
CLEAN COOKED AN DE-VEINED
SHRIMP,
FOR COCKTAILS
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J26
PRINTING
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)
)J7
NO 8-9429 )J15
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)
)J
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service;
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888. )J30
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 plant for
information-HU 2-1685
Home Freezer Meats & Vegetables
J
TYPING service of superior quality
offered by experienced manuscript
typist. Call 21038 evenings or week-
ends. )J29
DON'T BE CAUGHT BY
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
FALL CHANGEOVER
NOW
Golden's Service Station 601 Packard
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to New Jersey or New
York City Thanksgiving, round trip.
Call Marcy, 497 Jordan, NO 3-1561,
Ext. 489. )G1
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent a Car
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
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 3-4156
)G3
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO RENT furnished or un-
furnished 3 to 4 bedroom house, near
grade school, occupancy by Nov. 15,
permanent resident, local references,
NO 3-0454. )K4
PHOTO SUPPLIES /
Beautiful first-line
projection screens.
RADIANT SCREENS
priced from $10.95
THE QUARRY
320 South State NO 3-1991
)D11
LOST AND FOUND
DARK RIMMED GLASSES in brown
leather case. Lost near W. Engineer-
ing. Return to 435 W. Engineering.
)A45
LOST-Brown wallet. Contents impor-
tant. Reward. Call NO 2-2539. )A29

LOST: One pair prescription eye-glass-
es, dark frames and case. Please con-
tact Joel Fischman. NO 3-0521, Ext.
390. )A43
LOST-=A pair of glasses in vicinity of
Rackham. Brown frames and case.
Reward. Call NO 5-7179 before 1 P.M.
Ask for Barbara. )A41
LOST: WRISTWATCH in Union lounge.
Call NO 3-5271. )A42
PETS AND SUPPLIES

LINES
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PERSONAL
FLU cancelledour Minnesota plans so
we'll be here to handle your orders
to magazines at lower rates. Student
Periodical Agency. NO 2-3061. )F61
Dear Playboy,
Take your playmate to playboys'
prance.
Ribald
)F58
Special two drawer files for students.
$23.75
MORR I LLS
314 S. State
)F56
DISTINCT STYLING in fabric and
fur. Fur accessories.
MARGARET SHOP
516 East Liberty )F5
ATTENTION golfers! Play golf at scenic
Municipal Go]f 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
)F39
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
'52 Merc. 4-door
'54 Ford 2-door
'55 Ford 2-door
No Money Down
PALMER FORD SALES
Chelsea, Mich. GR 5-3271
)S11
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
)S2
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business. At-
las tires, batteries and accessories.
Warranteed & guaranteed. See us for
the best price on new & used tires.
Road service - mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )83
New Atlas Tires

HELP WANTED
Responsible person to carry The Mich-
igan Daily; must have car. Morning
delivery; good pay. Call Jack Stroh,
NO 2-9645 or 2-3241. )H38
UTOPIA
4 part time college students wanted
to sell non-competitive item. Ex-
perience not necessary. Call our
Jackson office for interview. State
4-0568 collect. )H36
EVENING WORK
Part Time Work
Young Men 18-35
If you are free to work each even-
ing from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., we have
a job for you in the Ann Arbor
area. Will not conflict with your
regular job or schoolwork. Oppor-
tunity to earn up to $150 a week.
College Men Acceptable.
No experience necessary but you
must be businesslike in appearance
and 'enjoy meeting people.
For interview apply Mr. Edwards
at Allenel Hotel at either of the
following times:
7 P.M.' SHARP FRIDAY, OCT. 25th
or
11 A.M. SHARP SATURDAY, OCT. 26th
SALARY $3p 'a WEEK TO START
)H37
UNUSUAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
foi college men with a car. Call be-
tween 2:00 and 6:00, Monday after-
noon at the Union, room 3Y. )H40
WAN'TED: A paid reader for a blind
student. For information call NO 8-
8156. )H39
HELP WANTED: Student for House
Manager of Law Fraternity. Free
room plus hourly wage. S. Fauci at
2-5614. )H35
WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone
NO 8-9382. )H5
ALTERATIONS

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

I DAY
.80
.96
1.12

3 DAYS
2.00
2. 40
2.80

6 DAYS
2.96
3.55
4.14

Figure 5 average words to a line.
d~adline, 3 P.M. daily. 11 :00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS,_REPAIRS
USED TV SETS
NEW and USED
TAPE RECORDERS
AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES
We carry a good selection of several
brands of prerecorded, stereophonie
tapes.
HI Fl STUD/C
1217 & 1317 So. University
(One block east
of new Campus Theatre)
NO 8-7942
)1
HI-FIDELITY
TEST RECORDS
59 cents each
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
RARE VIOLINS
BOWS AND ACCESSORIES
All repairs promptly serviced
by two competent repairmen.

MA DDY
508 S. William

MUSIC
NO 3-3'

HI-FI EQUIPMENT deals. Student
agent-Below net prices. Phone NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. )X8
FOR RENT
CLEAN, COMFORTABLE, single room
in quiet, private home. Near campus.
$12 per week. Male stu~dent. NO p3-
5788. )C52
IDEAL FOR FOUR students thru sum-
mer session. Two bedroom apartment
unfurnished. Includes stove, refriger-
ator, heat and water. Available Nov. 1
and lease thru August 31, 1958.
$142.50 per month. Coin operated
laundry facilities and swimming pool.
1500 Pauline Blvd. See caretaker.
)C51
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house, Whit-
more Lake. Call evenings NO 2-7531
(children welcome). )C50
ATTENTION 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. )01
ATTRACTIVE DOUBLE
Newly furnished and decorated. Close
to campus. Men students call NO
2-3541. )C45
REAL ESTATE
HOME in Burns Park area. Base price
$33,500. Terms. NO 2-0738. * .)R1
MISCELLANEOUS
GROUP bicycle insurance! Available to
University of Michigan students,
facultyrand staff. Complete all risks
protection at lowest cost. Airway
Underwriters, Inc., NO 2-7521. )M7
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AGGIES AIM FOR COTTON BOWL:
Oklahoma Figures To Remain on Top
ft _______________ __________________

FEDERICO F EIINI'S

By STEVE SALZMAN
Oklahoma, the top rated college
football team in the nation, will
have no trouble today, while facing
the University of Colorado.
A review of the past few con-
tests between the two clubs will
indicate that statistic-wise, the
Buffalo Herd has been the Sooners
toughest opposition in three out of
the past four years.
But people who observe football
professionally know that there is
more to the game than the figures
show. Therefore, the Sooners'have
been rated a four touchdown fa-
vorite.
The Texas Aggies, shooting for

A°Dtlli' .EN, Rl' ,IN;M 1T.';

Premieres SUNDAY
a "A MASTERPIEC
1 OF COMEDY!" A
- Wm. K. Zinser, Herald Tribune
y ALASTAIR SIM
REEN
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the Southwest Conference title and
the Cotton Bowl, take on twice-
beaten, but still rough, Baylor.
The Aggies, the number two team
in the country, should have no
trouble, in disposing of the Bears.
ND Tackles Army
Seventh ranked Notre Dame,
refreshed by a week off after beat-
ing Army, tackles the big Pitt
team which lost to Army last
Saturday. That victory gave the
Cadets the number nine rating,
and they're -not risking is seriously
by going south to play Virginia.
With Army away, the East's top
game brings together tied but un-
beaten Syracuse and twice beaten
Penn State. Syracuse has to win
this to remain a contender against
Army for the unofficial Eastern
championship.
In a game which might decide
the Atlantic Coast Conference
race, fourth rated Duke meets un-
beaten but tied North Carolina
State. However, even if 'the Wolf-
pack should beat Duke, it cannot
go into the Orange Bowl, because
of NCAA penalties.
Auburn Favored
In other major games across the
nation, fifth ranked Auburn is
rated a heavy favorite over Hous-
Surprising Louisiana State,
ranked tenth, plays Florida at
ton.

Gainesville. After five night games,
the Tigers may find daylight a
bit strange.
Oregon State will very likely
atone for its defeat against much-
beaten Washington, and Virginia
Tech will take it out on Florida
State.
.Press Picks

High in quality, low in price. 670x15,
$16.95; 710x15, $18.95; 760x15, $20.95
(exchange). No money down - easy
terms.
Hickey's Service Station
30 N. Main cor. Catherine NO 8-7717
S8
FOR SALE
TYPEWRITER, Rempington Rand Quiet-
writer. Good condition, $40. Call NO
3-6682. )B56
FOR SALE: Remington-noiseless port-
able typewriter. Excellent condition.
$45. Phone NO 2-0849. )B54
CLEARANCE SALE
Rugs. Assorted colors and sizes.
50% OFF
Open Monday evening
SMITH FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
)B55
'56 WHIZZER motor bike. Good condi-
tion. NO 2-2808. )B53
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)B11
USED CARS
GERMAN HENKEL: Small, easy to park.
65 to ,90 miles per gallon. $900. Call
NO 3-1458 or 2-9286. )N48
FOR SALE: '49 Packard Sedan. Radio,
heater, and overdrive. Call NO 3-0020
after 5 on week days. )N46
WANTED
We pay top dollars fbr goodused cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N35

1958 VolVo here 1-UJA\IV1 U I .L
EUROPEAN CARS (formerly Boyd's)
303 Ashley NO 5-5800 Phone in every room
)V3 2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
TONIGHT at 7 and 9 P.M.
SUNDAY at 8P.M.
"THE LADY VANISHES
with
MICHAEL REDGRAVE
MARGARET LOCKWOOD
PAUL LUKAS
also "INTERPLAY" -a short
A RCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
50 cents
MASONIC A CC-

SEWING AND ALTERATIONS done at
home. Reasonable prices. Mrs. Fry,
Hickory 9-2129. Whitmore Lake. )P3
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new I single-breasted model. $15.
Double- reasted tuxedos converted to
single 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. )P2
DRESSMAKER
Dressmaking and Alterations
Phone NO 2-9541 )PI
NfW CARS

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Last Feature at 11 :40 P.M.
N 2
Dial NO 2-3136

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"SUPERIOR ACTING!"
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TONIGHT ,.. .
UNION'S
Maize & Blue Note Dance
TWO FLOOR SHOWS
" JIM SERVIS ORCHESTRA
$1.50 per couple
UNION BALLROOM 9:00 P.M.
Freshmen admitted FREE
with Coupon Book

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Tropical fish, aquariums, and
supplies, monkeys, hamsters, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
(open daily except Thursday)
}T5
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
aries. Cages and supplies. AKC
beagles. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
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