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POR T-WHYS
Go West ...?
5 A LONG WAY to California--and getting longer all the time.
[ichigan football teams haven't seen the blue waters of the
fic-at least not around New Year's Day-since 1951. And things
pretty doubtful about any such holiday excursions for the next
seasons.
For one thing, the main prerequisite for a team ticket to the Rose
I is a Big Ten championship-and Michigan hasn't made the grade
e the fall of 1950. There were a number of years when the Wolver-
looked like they might have the horses (some people still think
did, but the jockey wasn't sitting the saddle right). Something
ys happened-another upset victory for the hungry Indians at
mpaign, a big day for Howard "Hopalong" Cassidy, or any' num-
of other astounding things. Last fall, of course, they all happened
nice.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'till 1130A.M.
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PAT KEEFE
... misses trip

Now Michigan has a new head football coach who is spending some
rather harried days watching his first Michigan spring practice from
the ,top and few people would want to trade jobs with Chalmers
"Bump" Elliott. Here's a man in a position where he must please the
most win-happy bunch of football fans in the nation-students and
alumni alike who have been treated to nothing but winning- teams
(with the exception of a few very recent years) and often to nothing
but championship teams for the past 50 or so years.

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Already the experts are making predictions-generally ones that
at Elliott in a deeper and deeper hole..At a gathering earlier this
ring sportscaster Bob Ufer, one of Michigan's greatest-trackmen of
few years back, said with conviction that the Wolverines would be
iek on top of the Big Ten in three years. Possible, but Elliott would
ther the fans wouldn't expect such rapid work.

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Some New Complications....

BUT EVEN IF MICHIGAN should win the Conference title this fall,
a trip to California is not a guaranteed prize. Other complications
have arisen, since this is the year when the present Rose Bowl pacti
runs out, and if' the agreement is -to be continued the Conference
officials must decide next month. The situation is further complicated
by the re-arrangement of the Pacific Coast teams. The former Pacific
Coast Conference fell apart last year, and has been replaced by the
smaller Western Athletic Association. It is with this group that the
Rose Bowl Committee is attempting to arrange a bowl: pact.
And things are beginning to look like the Rose Bowl may be on a
chopping block when the Big Ten officials meet in Ann Arbor on May
22-23. Five schools have announced they intend to vote against the
game,, while only two have indicated an affirmative ballot, with three
so far uncertain. Michigan Athletic Director H. 0. "Fritz", Crisler
points out, however, that none of these votes are in any way pledged,
and he says that many of the schools that have indicated a negatiye
vote are still in the process of argument. "There is no way of telling
how the schools will vote until the meetings," Crisler said.
There has been much talk-begun by . ar article in one of the
Detroit newspapers-about bargaining among the schools;for votes on
this issue. The article stated that Iowa was ready to sell its Rose Bowl
vote-which is yet unannounced-if:the other schools would remove
the "need" clause from the present Western Conference aid program,
for athletes. Officials'at Iowa haven't made any such offers publicly,
however, and Michigan's Public Relations Director Bennie Oosterbaan.
feelsthat such action won't take place.'
"This is not the way that the Big Ten does business," he stated.
"Each issue is decided on its own merits, and I can't believe that an
institution of Iowa's calibre would make any such offer."
The Big Ten at Work . ..
THE BIG QUESTION 'is, of course, why the sudden disapproval of
the Rose Bowl by so many Big Ten schools? There have been many
arguments against post-season games in the past few years, and it is
apparently some of these that have influenced Big Ten officials. The
two main reasons that such contests have been labeled unsound are,
1) that there is a great loss of school time, on the part of the team
members and the many students who travel to see the game, and
2) that it is generally a commercial development which favors certain'
schools that are lucky enough to be selected.
Crisler points', out that these two arguments are. not of great
importance in the Big Ten bowl setups of the past. In the Rose Bowl
agreemnent,the teams are limited to 16 practice sessions, and so have
seldom missed much school. As far as the commercial arrangement,
the Big Ten has always split its share 12 ways-one for each member
school, an extra one for the team involved, and the last for the Con-
ference office.
Another influence on some Big Ten schools is the fact that the
Western Athletic Association appears to be fairly weak. None of the
Pacific Coast- schools has produced a strong team for a few years, and
the troubles they have had do not indicate any quick improvement.
Many observers have wondered if it wouldn't be wiser to drop the Rose
Bowl and perhaps pi *ip 'another offer. This has been approved by
many students at the various Conference schools, who would be able
to make the trip to New Orleans or Miami a lot easier than Pasadena.
But the issue on the docket for next month is just the Rose Bowl-
and the talk seems to indicate that the action taken will be no more
trips to California, or anywhere else for the present. Whether this is a
move for de-emphasis in the Big Ten football program, or even whethert
it is the right move or not, can't be answered yet. Some people yelled1
sour grapes" when the votes began to come out, but it must be noted
that three of the five schools so far indicating negative votes have,
been to the coast for New Year's Day at least once during the present'
contract. -
What conclusions can be drawn? Apparently nothing of any sure-a
ness. It's just another instance of the Big Ten-one of the nation'sd
most careful but'also most successful Conferences-taking another
issue completely apart before reaching a decision. And few criticsl
have ever shown that this process doesn't work out well in the end.

At Crucial
Meet Today
By DAVE ANDREWS
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS - The Wolverine
golf team starts its Big Ten sea-
son here this afternoon in a quad-
rangular meet involving defend-
ing Conference champion Purdue,
Indiana and host Ohio State.
But Coach Bert Katzenmeyer's
team will be playing under a se-
vere handicap. Left in Ann Arbor
were senior letterman Pat Keefe
and sparkling sophomore Joe
Brisson, because both had exams
scheduled which they could not
make up.
Brisson led the "M" squad in
it's last meet with a 73. Keefe is
one of the three senior lettermen
returning to this year's team. Both
had been counted on to score well
here today. ,
However, the golfers who did
make the trip looked sharp in
Thursday's practice rounds and
are prepared to play- the tough
Ohio State University course.
Katzenmeyer still hasn't decid-
ed which order he would play his
men. With both Brisson and Keefe
out, he was forced to devise a new
playing order and to the moment
he still is not sure who will play
where.
Making the trip were lettermen
Chuck Blackett and Larry Leach,
juniors Larry Markman, and
sophomore 'surprise Dick Young-
berg.
Youngberg fired a sharp 74 in
last week's meet against Univer-
sity of Detroit and he hs been
improving steadily since the
southern trip. Katzenmeyer is
counting on him for another good
round this afternoon.
The Wolves will need top per-
formances from everyone If they
want to win today. Purdue is
probably the best team in the
Conefrence if Judged by early rec-
ords. The Boilermakers are led by
All Americans' Joe Konsek and
Gene Francis.
Indiana, who finished second in
the conference last year is also
tough as it has seven lettermen
returning. The Buckeyes from
Ohio should also score well this
afternoon because of the home
course advantage.
Wolverines
SceueTilt
With Falcolis
Michigan has signed a contract
to meet the Air Force Academy's
Falcons in football here in 1964.
It will mark the first time the
teams will meet.
The game filled the schedule
for that year, which is: Sept. 26,
Air Force; Oct. 3, Navy; Oct. 10,
at Michigan State; Oct. 17, Pur-
due; Oct. 24, Minnesota; Oct. 31,
Northwestern; Nov. 7, Illinois;
Nov. 14, at Iowa; Nov. 21, at Ohio
State.

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BIKES and SCOOTERS
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Call on Thurs. & Fri., 4-5:30. NO
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
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Wonderful new Dacron and Cotton
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COTTONS from $10.95
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NICE RM. for gentleman in quiet home
n.w. side near bus. Garage. Phone NO
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LARGE, CLEAN ROOMS for men, 1
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any day. C128
FOUR GRAD MEN, 3 bedrooms, fur-
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residential area. Available in June.
NO 2-7395. 0139
3 ROOM PRIVATE bath available June
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8-8253. C138
COMPLETELY furnished 3 room house
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FOR SUMMER-3 room apt. 3 blocks
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NO 3-7948 evenings. C130
NEW FURNISHED APT. Available for
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Call NO 5-7857. 0123

IF INTERESTED in full or part time
rposition selling organs see Mr. Kane
or. Mr. Hand at Grinnels, 323 S. Main.
NO 2-5668. Must be able to play organ
or piano. H30
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST II-$5667-
$6387 (Effective June 29, 1959).,Pres-
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not over 40. A.S.C.P. registered, 3
years experience. Promotional oppor-
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RADIOS, REPAIRS
Your favorite records.
45 RPMS-regularly 98c, now 17c each.
RCA, Columbia, Decca, Capitol and
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Also your favorite 12" L.P.
RCA, Capitol, Columbia Decca and
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Limited quantity at $1.98..
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RADIO-PHONO-TV
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1953 FORD
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$295

Try RALPH'S MARKET for
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2. Your Passover food, including,
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119 East Ann Street
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'58 VOLKSWAGEN-Black, red uphol-
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FOR SALE CAR '59 S.A.A.B. Gray, like
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HILLMAN 1958 Four-door wagon heat-
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USED CARS: For Sale, 1950 DeSoto
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Call John Logan, NO 2-3779. 7-10
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1955 TRIUMPH. Good condition. NO 2-
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Symbols in Zoroastrianism," Mon., Ap-
ril 27, 4:15 p.m., Angell Hall, Aud. A.
Concerts
Student Recital: Mary Laury McLos-
key, soparno, in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Music on Mon., April 27,
8:30 p.m. Aud. Ar, Angell Hall.
Student Recital: David Whitwell,
French horn, Sat., April 25, 8:30 p.m.
Aud, A, Angell Hall.
Academic Notices
Engrg. Mech. Seminar, Mon., April
27, 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 353, W. Engrg.
Bldg. Prof. Jesse Ormondroyd, Dept.
of Engineering Mechanics, ",Some Hy-
drodynamic Problems in Ship Design."
Coffee at 3:30 p.m. Rm. 201, W. Engrg.
Bldg.

ministration for Management Training
Program.
Wed., April 29:
Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kansas City,
Mo. Graduates: June, Aug. Men with a
degree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration for Sales Training Pro-
gram.
California State Personnel Board,
Dept. of 'Mental, Hygiene, Corrections
and Youth Authority, Sacramento,
Calif. Men andi women with a Ph.D. In
Clinical Psychology (MA may be ac-
cepted) for Clinical Psychologists..
Thurs., April 30:
Warner-Chilcott Laboratories, Div. of
Warner Lambert, Morris Plains, N. J.
Location of work: Grand Rapids, De-
troit, Mich. Graduates: June, Aug. Men
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
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Medical Sales.
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for teaching. Should have Math. major
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Engrs. District offices: Detroit, Atlan-
ta, Dallas, and St. Louis. Experienced.
Will also consider architects if they
:have good structural engrg. back-
ground.
U. S. Civil Service Commission exam-
inations for: Operations Research Ana-
lyst, Actuary, Museum Aid, Accountant
and Auditor, Engrg., Teletypist. In-
structors in Guided Missiles, Radio,
Wire, Radar, Photography: closing date
is April 30. This is for Hdq. at Fort
Monmouth, N. J.
Dept. of Missionary Personnel, United
Presbyterian Church. Spring listing for
Medical Personnel, Parish workers, and
other openings on file at the Bureau.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
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