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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Newman Fourth on Tramp;
'M' Has Chance for Fourth

Michigan's Gibson Sets Vault Record:
Hayes Jones Double Winner at Denison

Special to The Daily

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}wM BERKLEY, Calif.-Ed Cole, co-
captain of Michigan's gymnastics
-. .. ':.::.":: i ":v.1 team, last night took first place
on the trampoline in the NCAA
championships.
> Cole's teammate, Frank New-
.:> -4man finished fourth in the same
,..:; event.
:fWith three events to go Penn
State- had a decisive edge over de-
fending champion Illinois for the
team title. Final results are in-
complete because of the three-hour
time discrepancy between Berkley
and Ann Arbor.
-....Michigan, although it sent only
four men to the national meet,
.. was in fifth place and had an ex-
cellent chance to finish fourth'in
DAA CHAM#ION -Ed Cole, Michigan senior gymnastics co- the final standings.
ptain, won his first NCAA title on the trampoline in the The Wolverines' other two com-
tionals held last night at Berkley, Cal. His teammate, Frank petitors, Bill Skinner and Jimmy
wman, finished fourth in the event. Brown, were expected to finish

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high in the tumbling event. In
Friday night's qualifications, Skin-
ner placed second and Brown 10th.
Michigan had to overtake Iowa
in order to finish fourth and
needed good performances from
Skinner and Brown. Iowa had no
one entered in tumbling but Bill
Buck, this year's Big Ten parallel
bars champion, was expected to
give the Hawkeyes added points
in this event.
The only other event not com-
pleted was the flying rings.
Cole finally succeeded in cap-
turing the one title that had
eluded him after three outstanding
years of competition at Michigan.
He' won the Big Ten crown each
year but had never been able to
take the big one.f
Cole headed a quartet of Big,
Ten stars in the first four trampo-
line finishes. Runner-up was
Iowa's Larry Snider with Ohio
State's Ed Grompf third and New-
man fourth.
Armando Vega of Penn State
dethroned Illinois' Abe Gtrossfeld
in the all-around, the latter set-
tling for t hird.
Other winners were California's
Art Shurlock on side horse; Michi-
gan State's Stan Tarsis on the
high bar, and Penn State's Don
Littleworth on the rope climb.
Detroit Gets
Doby in Deal
By The Associated Press
LAKELAND, Fla. - The Detroit
Tigers last night traded outfielder
Tito Francona to the Cleveland
Indians in a straight swap for
veteran slugger Larry Doby.
The deal brings more long ball
power to the Detroit club which is
long on pitching but woefully in-
adequate in run production.
Pro Scores
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Chicago (N) 9, Boston 8 (10 innings)
Detroit 6, Milwaukee 2
St. Louis 7, Chicago (A) s
Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2
Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 1
Washintgon 5, Kansas City 1
Cleveland 7, San Francisco 5
NHL
New York 5, Detroit
Boston 4, Montreal 3
Torgnto 5, Chicago 1
NBA PLAYOFFS
Eastern Division
Syracuse 120, Boston 118
(Best of seven series tied 1-1)
Western Division
St. Louis 124, Minneapolis 90
(St. Louis leads best of seven series'
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Hayes Jones of Eastern Mich-
igan once again starred in the
annual Livingston Relays at Deni-
son University, Granville, Ohio,
taking two firsts and anchoring
a relay team! to victory and a new
meet record.
The small number of Michigan
performers entered in the meet
showed very well as six of them
placed high in their events.
Captain Mamon Gibson took
the only Wolverine first place
however, as he captured the pole
vault an dset a new meet record
in the process. He cleared 14-ft.,
2 -in. to break the old mark of
13-ft., 9 1/8-in. set by Tom May-
ville of Central Michigan in 1954.
Dick Cephas took a second and
a fourth in the 55-yd. low hurdles
and the high Jump respectively.
Dallas Shoesmith of Western
Michigan captured the lows in

JOHN GREGG
... solid second

Michigan Baseball Team
Boasts Strong Pitching

:06.8 with Cephas close at his
heels.
The high jump was a hotly con-
tested affair with five men finish-
ing within two inches of. each
other. There was a three-way tie
for first at 6-ft. 4-in. with Cepas
coming in fourth at 6-ft. 2-in.
Another M' contestant, John
Gregg placed second in the 55-yd.
dash to the irrepressible Jones.
The winner's time was a fast
:05.9. .
In the shot put, an event in
which the Wolverines have been
noticeably weak all season, Michi-
gan's Joel Boyden and Ermin
Crownley took second and third
respectively, and showed definite
signs of improvement. Boyden's
heave was 50-ft. /2-in. while
Crownley put the shot 49-ft.
/-In.
In addition to his win over
Gregg, Jones tied one record, his
own, in winning the, 55 .iyd. high
hurdles in -06.7. He successfully
defended his title for the second
time in capturing this race for the
third straight year. This feat en-
abled him to retire the trophy
emblematic of victory in this
event.
Jones' best race however, was
his anchor leg in the sprint re-
lay, (eight laps around the track).
His Eastern Michigan team broke
the existing rark of 2:07.7, set
incidentally, by Eastern and

Jones last year, covering the dis-
tance in 2:07.6.
Western Michigan's Art Ever-
sole and Dave Edgerley led their
squad to victories in the distance
medley relay . and the two-mile
relay.
1 Wolverine Lou Williams took a
fifth in the broad jump with a
leap of 22-ft. 5 -in., with the
winning jump being 23-ft. 11-in.

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By TOM WITECKI
A large, youthful staff of hurlers
containingonly, one senior but
several lettermen looks as if it will'
make pitching one of Michigan's'
stronger points during the rapidly
approaching 1959 baseball season.
Juniors Al Koch and Nick Lia-
konis head a-staff of 15 which has
been working out at Yost F4eld-
house since mid-January in order,
to get in shape for the spring.
Koch, a right-hander, and Lia-
konis, a ,southpaw, each posted a
2-1 record in their sophomore sea-
sons in the Big Ten, and with the
added year of experience are ex-'
pected to form the core of the
Wolverine staff.
Only Senior
Bob Stabrylla, the squad's only
senior, who had a 1-0 mark in
Conference play last year plus
several fine relief performances
near the end of the season, is an-
other serious contender for a
starting berth.
Gordon Rinckey, whom former
baseball Coach Ray Fisher de-
scribed as having "the best arm
of the team" last year will be try-
ing to lick the sore-arm jinx that
kept him out of action most of the
1958 season.
'Getting in Shape'
Lund, a former major leaguer,
is a firm believer in conditioning
and has had his crew of hurlers
running for nearly two months in
order to "get in shape." At first
laps around the dirt track at Yost
were the order of the day, but in
recent weeks sprints, have been
added to strengthenthat all im-
portant part of a pitchers phy-
sique, his legs.
The annual junket this year will
lead to Tallahassee, Fla., where
the Wolverines will participate in
the fourth annual Florida State
University invitational tourney.
The schedule for the tourney
has the Michigan team scheduled

for seven games in eight days,
thus giving Lund plenty of oppor-
tunities to watch all his hurlers in
action and get some idea of who
will be on the mound comes April

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(Continued from Page 5) 22, 8:30. p.m., in partial fulfillment of For any > additional information and
the requirements for the degree of Mas- appointments, contact the Bureau of
ter of Music. Assisted by Sandra Mills, Appointments,.3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
sistance in meeting costs of the pro- pianist, and by Elnore Crampton, vio- 3-1511, Ext. 89.
gram. lin, Sheila McKenzie. violin,' Elizabeth
Defeated a motion to addthe name Topper, viola, Marjorie Ramsey, cello,
of Mike Fishman to the list of candi- and Lawrence Hurst, contrabass. Summer Placement:
dates certified by the Credentials and , Tues., March 24:
Rules Committee to be seated as Choral Union Concert: Andre Tchi- Camp Birch Knoll for Girls. Girls for
Council members. kowsky, pianist. Mon., March 23, 8:30 counselors at camp in Phelps, Wise.
Tabled a motion that the ballots be p.m., Hill Aud. Tickets on sale in Bur- Positions for married couples.
recounted to determine the candidate ton Tower, University Musical Society Thurs., March 26:
who is to fill the vacancy due to this offices and before concert at box office. Jackson County Girl Scouts. College
action. girls, camp counselors and specialists
In view of advice relating to the . N cat a girl's camp.
procedure for filling the vacancy, the Academ ic . ticeS The Summer Placement Bureau to
motion to fill the Council vacancy by open every Tues., and Thurs. from 1:00
a recount of ballots was withdrawn. Women students who have completed to 5:00 and Fri., from 8:30 to 12 noon
Defeated a motion to reconsider the physical education requirement may in D528 of the iS.A.B.
action taken on March 20 relating to register electively for classes on Mon., The Summer Placement Service sug-
inclusion of the name of Mike Fish- Tues., and Wed., March 23, 24 and 25, gests that you set aside time during
man in the list of candidates to be 8:00 to 11:45 a.m., main floor in Bar- Spring vacation to interview companies
seated on the Council. bour Gymnasium. These classes begin in syour home town who hire college
Adopted motion providing that the immediately after spring vacation. students for the summer.
Council vacancy be filled by the new
CtPlacementNoticesOn motion seated the six candidates Personnel Requests:
recomened b th CrdentalsandThe State of Conn. Correction Of..
recommended by the Credentials and Begining with Mon., March 23, the ficer Trainee and Maintenance Fore-
Rules committee: John Feldkamp, Jo following schools will be at the Bureau man (Closing date March -25) also for
Hardee, David Kessel, Roger Season- of Appointments to interview prospec- Medical Stenographer, Senior Physi-
wein, Philip Zook for one year terms, tive teachers for the 1959-60 school year. clan-Pediatric and Penal Classification
and John Quinn for one-half year Mon., March 23: xOficer (closing dates April 1).
term. Jackson, Mich. - Chem.; Eng. (HSOls
and Jr. Coil.); Girls PS; Libr. (Jr. Coll. Executive Manpower Corp., New York
and Elem.); Math; Office Practice City. Staff Consultant, Chief Indus,
Lectures Psych/Soc. (Jr. Col.); Ungraded; vocal Egrg. Staff Consultant - letos
University Lecture in Journalism: Music;Ele t. ElementaryCo. Spec., Staff Con.-Computs. nde
James S. Pope, executive editor of the t C tor Se, Staf Con.o-le-
Scec Pyis Ce.;WmnsP;tcinLouisville (Ky.) Courrier-Journal. Tues., V.P. in 'Charge of Finance, and Man-
March 24, 3 p.m. in the Rackham Am-French; German; Spanish; English
phihetr. A PefcetoJounais."(Must have experience for Eng.) ager - Systems and Procedures. Re-
pe."eJ alism." < uPark Forest, c. -- SS/Eg.) Math; quirements and descriptions on file at
2 lMaio3letrr,8nMrhScience; Boys and Girls PE; Arts/ the Bureau.
23. p.m. ackha A hitheatre. "MyCrafts; Home Ec.; Ind. Arts; Vocal Mu- Lifson, Wilson and Ferguson, Dallas,
Discovery of America." Under the aus- sic; Guidance; Speech Corr.; Social Texas. People with Masters or Ph.D. in
pices of the Slavic Dept. and the Rus- Worker; Remedial; Director of Audio-, Bus. Ad, Econ., Indus. Psych., Indus.
sian Club. Visual; Art Consultant; Elem. Vocal; Engrg. Exp. is not necessary.
_______u_.Instr. Music. Flexonics Corp., Maywood, Ill. has
- Tues., March 24: need of a Manager of Marketing Admin-
C.Con ets Battle Creek, Mich. istration. 28-35 yrs. M.B.A. and five yrs.
Kalamazoo, Mich. - Elem.; English; marketing background. Indus. field
The Stanley Quartet, Gilbert Ross, PE; Educational Counselor; Physically sales exp. helpful.
violin, Gustave Rosseels, violin, Robert Handicapped; plus other secondary Glader Corp., Chicago, Ill. needs-
Courte, viola, and Oliver Edel, violon- fields. , Chief Acct. (32-35 yrs., for Chicago and
cello. Second of two spring concerts St. Clair Shores, Mich. (South Lake New York City), Data Processing Man-
in Rackham Lecture Hall. -Tues., March Schools) - Elementary; Speech Corr.; ager for Calif. Know electronic data
24, 8:30 p.m. Elem. Art; Elem. Vocal Music. processing equipment - preferable ;the
Wayne County, Mich. - Elementary; IBM 650-700 series. IBM Tab. Sup., and
The Univ. of Mich, Symphony Band, Spec. Educ. Management Consultants.
William D. Revelli, conductor. Concert, Wed., March 25: City of: New York. Applications being
Hill Aud., Sun., March 22, 4:15 p.m. Cleveland Heights, Ohio - Elemen- accepted for work in the following
Compositions by Handel, Hindemith, tary; Eng.; Math; SS; Gen. Sci.; Chem.; fields: Acct., Architecture, Bridge Op-
Creston and Schuman. Open to the gen- Physics; Biology; Fine Arts; Ind. Arts; erators, Civil and Mech. Engrs., Sta-
eral public without charge. Home Bc. tistician, Sup. of School Custodian,
Fremont, Mich. - Elementary; Elem. Engrg. Draftsmen., Cler., Climber and
Recital Postponed: A recital by Mu- Art; Math; Head football coach; Geog.; Pruner, Consultants, Dental Hygienist,
sic Education Students announced for Eng./Spanish; Homemaking/Vocational. other Engrg. positions and in a num-
Mon., March 23, postponed until Fri., Midland, Mich. - Elementary; HS ber of other fields.
April 10. English; JHS: Science; Language Arts/ For further information concerning
Geog.; Vocal Music. any of the above positions, contact the
Student Recital: Paul Topper, vio- Mt. Prospect, Ill. - Elementary; Jun- Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
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