Here are the steps that are recommended that you follow to obtain such a paper/article:
The essence of interlibrary loan is that the MSU Library has a reciprocal agreement with other libraries — our library gets copies of papers held by other libraries for free providing our library returns the favor. The usual situation is that the ILL staff will be able to obtain your requested paper for free from another library, and it will take about 10 days for you to get it. If none of the libraries in the ILL system has the paper, the ILL staff can turn to several non-free sources to attempt to obtain the article. If the ILL staff gets the article from a non-free source, it will usually cost $10-$20, although you are asked to specify a "max cost" when placing the request to allow for higher amounts. To pay for the paper, you will need to give a Banner number, which means you can charge the item to a research contract. To a request material through ILL, use the online ILLiad system.