FOOTBALL IS CREEPING into everything these days. Spring prac-
.tice has gotten an extra emphasis this year, since Bump Elliott is;
in his first stint as coach. Now the question of the Rose Bowl has
caused increased speculation.throughout the Big Ten.
On the home scene this speculation has crept into Student Gov-
The result has been perhaps surprising, but also rather pleasing.
SGC is going to conduct a student referendum on two questions:
1) whether the Big Ten should go to a post-season game, 2) whether
the Big Ten should go to the Rose Bowl.
This is a new approach, and a very good one. The,.Conference has
been battling over whether the school faculties, or the athletic boards
have the, right to- cast the deciding vote. No decision has yet been'
made. Six of the.10 schools, the last beiig Minnesota just a day ago,
have apparently voted no. But arguments have ensued about many
of these negative votes, and nothing final will be known until the
Big Ten Meetings here May 23.
SOC's approach is intelligent. Who has a better right to express
opinion on the position of athletics in the educational vista than the
student? The place of athletics on the college campuses of America
has often been questioned, but the student has seldom been given the
chance to answer. If schools are for the benefit of the student, then
he is the logical one to make such decisions.
This is perhaps the basis on which students attempt to have stu
dent government. And at Michigan the experiment has been a fight all
the way. Judging from previous events, there is no reason to believe
student opinion will carry any weight in this instance either.
But despite this drawback, there is-still no reason for not holding
a referendum. The whole thing could be quite interesting,
Michigan golf coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer will get a better look at
the caliber of his golf squad when
the Wolverines meet Illinois and
Iowa here today.
Play starts at 8#a.m. this morn-
ing and the second fight begins
about 12:30. Katzenmeyer's team
begins a three-game home stretch
this morning that will lead up to:
the May 22-23 Conference matches
at the University Course.
A FEW MEMBERS of the Council expressed the opinion that the,'
whole idea was quite trivial and would be a waste of time and
money. But if SGC is to represent the student body on this issue, it is
not a waste of time. There is no reason to believe that the Council.
represents student opinion on this sort of 'question, since it is, some-
thing that has never been discussed in a campus election, and is not
directly a part of the campus community. Thus; a referendum must-
be held if SGC is to take 'any action on the question.
People who feel few students will vote in this election' are unduly.
pessimistic. Although there may be no assurance that the outcome,
will carry any weight with anyone, this, will be an easy election to
vote in. Rather than the usually complicated ballots, it will take brt'
a simple X or two.
The worth of. such an election can also be questioned, since the'
opinion has been ekprested that only those people .interested in the;
question will vote-all affirmative. It has .also been, pointed out that.
from the student's point of view, there is no reason to vote against a
post-season game-it may mean an inexpensive trip to some sunny
spot some future winter.
" But: if this is. what the student. wants, why not give it to him?
He'll head for the vacationlands anyway, so let him have a team to,
cheer for, too. Then everyone will be happy and, the school will get,
some extra publicity.
... But It Could have Effect
THE BASIC QUESTION that one must come back to is this: will
the result of this referendum mean anything? The Athletic De-
partment has already made up its, mind, since the Board in C'ntfol
voted for the Rose Bowl. The Faculty Senate is meeting on May, 16 to
discuss the question. The important thing to remember is that Michi-
gan's position isn't definite-not until the vote is cast at the Big Ten
b. Thus it is possible that a student referendum could influence the
faculty directly, and even the Board in Control if any further dis-
cussion Is necessary. Of course, this is unlikely in the latter 'case and
only a possibility in the former. Nevertheless, if student government-
or even direction-is to be a reality it must constantly be attempted.
Further, this at. least gives the student representatives on the'
Board in- Control something to represent. This is perhaps what is
needed in.this questionable area of representation.
In the final analysis it is good to see SGC take an interest, in
this. matter. It is something that faculties and athletic boards are
squabbling over, and the insertion of student opinion can certainly do
no harm. It can, perhaps, do some good. At worst people: can, just,
turn their backs-the voice of the, student body cannot be completely
erased even if it is ignored.
A powerful University of Michi-
gan track team meets Western
Michigan and Marquette today at
Kalamazoo in a triangular meet.
Michigan, due to their over-all
strength, including Penn Relay
champions broad jumper Les Bird
and pole-vaulter Eeles Landstrom,
is expected to easily .over-power
their weaker opponents.
Withheld from the meet will be
ace sprinter Tom Robinson who is
still- bothered by the muscle spasm
that he contacted last week-end
at the Penn Relays.
The Western Michigan team,
headed by miler Art - Eversole and:
half-miler, John Wugazer, should
provide the most trouble forCoach-
Don Canham's thinclads.
Canham, warhing his boys
again overconfidence; told them,
"The meet this week-end with
Western Michigan and Marquette
is a tough one. X .think you, all
know that we could lose this one."
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (A) - The
starting gate snaps open today in
the most unpredictable Kentucky
Derby in the memory of old tim-
ers, with 18 thoroughbreds. sched-
ulejI to perform in the 14 mile
If all show up for the 85th
running, it will be the second rich-
est Derby with a purse of $105,000.,
The. winner would net $120,000,
second only to the $123,450 earned
by Needles in 1956.
The weather man predicted a
fast track, mostly sunny skies, and
a temperature of 84 degrees by
post time, 4:30 p.m., EST.
"I've been rather disappointed
in the team so far," said the coachs
who watched .his team get badly
defeated by three other Big Ten
powers at Columbus, O., last Satur-
day. "I still think that we have the
potential to be in that Big Ten
"We're going to? find out in
three home meets what we really
have. But we better start soon-
or school will be out!"
Michigan should pick up from
lgst week's' defeats to Ohio State,
Purdue and Indiana. The Wol-
verines will regain the services -of
Larry. Markman and Dick .Young-
berg, who' helped Michigan to a
dual victory over Detroit two weeks
Katzenmeyer named Michigan's
lineup in the following order: Ray
Lovell, Joe Brisson, Chuck Black-
ett, Pat'Keefe, Markman and
John Liechty leads the visiting
entrants into today's matches, He
was runnerup for Iowa in the Big
Ten meet last year and was named
second team All America.
Iowa was fifth and Illinois sev-
enth in the 1958 Conference tests.
To Keep Title
INDIANAPOLIS .OP) - Heavy-
weight champion Floyd Patterson,
fighting in quick savage bursts of
body punches, chopped down Brit-
ain's Brian London and knockedi
him out with a left hook to the
head in .51 seconds of the 11th
round of a title fight last night.
London was on the deck for a
five-count when the bell sounded
ending the 10th after absorbing a
heavy right hand punch to the
head from the champion.
Sensing that the end was near
in this "tuneup" for his June 25,
bout with Sweden's Ingermar
Johansson, the champ came out
for the kill in the 11th.
Patterson, making the fourth
defense of his world boxing title,
stormed after the lantern-jawed.
challenger flailing away with his
searing left hook. As burly Brian
staggered back, dazed and be-
wildered, Patterson threw a left
hook to that jut jaw.
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Don't forget that the 1959 MICHIGAN-
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IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
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We service all makes and models
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WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
10 MAY FESTIVAL Tickets. Saturday
night. $3.50 each. NO 2-3256. B59
EVERGREENS - Wholesale to Univ.
employees by a Univ. employee.
Spreading Junipres 2-3 ft. $3289
Pyramidal Arborvitae.6-8 ft. $4.89
Also yews, pine, spruce, hemlock, etc.
Uall M: Lee at NO 8-8574. B47
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Black and white top. Padded dash.,
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Phone Pinckney UP 8 3-445
USED CARS: For Sale, 1950 DeSoto
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MERCEDES BENZ '52, 220, motor re-
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NO 5-7433. N70
6 passenger stationwagon
radio, heater, Hydramatic
FOR SUMMER: Large nicely fuinished
house, 4 bedrooms, automatic washer,
dryer. Garage. very reasonable. NO
FOR SUMMER: Furnished apt. for 2;
bedroom, private bath, living rm.,.
dinette, kitchen, screened balcony.
'Five minute walk to campus. NO
UNFURNISHED living rm., bedrm. and
kitchen; private- bath and entrance.
$85 a month. Call NO 2-3057. 0154
NEW 4 man air conditioned apt., 1 block
from campus Call after 5, NO 3-9521.,
6 RM. HOUSE for rent--completly new
carpets, drapery, stove & refrigerator
clean, dry basement & attached 2 'car
garage. Large landscaped lot with
kiddy swings, slides, etc., 3 blocks
: from school, NO 3-8677. 0156
SUBLET-2 bedrooms, furnished house
for summer. Northwest residential
area. NO 3-7054. 0157
FOR SUMMER: Large nicely furnished
house, 4 bederooms, automatic wash-
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NO 3-7687. 0150
FOR SUMMER. Full House. Will hold
6-8 comfortably. Furnished with cook-
ing facilities. Can rent as group or
individually. Rent' $25 a month pe
man. Located 3 blocks fromoCampus
at 422 Hamilton. Call NO 2-3819.
INEXPENSIEv summer rooms at Trigon
Fraternity. Quiet study atmosphere.
NO 3-5806.- 0152
Five: room apt;.,.furnished, com-
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Call after 5 PM. NO 3-7002. C151
NEW 4 and 5 room furnished apts. avail-
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modern, kitchen with dishwasher.
Parking, near cmpus and hospital.
Call NO 5-7857 or NO 3-8628. 0144
FOR SUMMER: Full house, 6 rooms
plus full basement. Completely fur-
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reasonable. Call Tom, NO 3-7541, Ext.
305. . C140
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-;9 47., ) ) 3
2 RMS. FOR RENT. You -take your
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Breakfast and privileges. NO 2-127
or NO 2-7282 0114
303 S. DIVISION. 2nd floor apartment.
Very well decorated. Bachelor apart-
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Professor. Available by April 15th.
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Phone NO 35797, ask for Mrs.' Kelly.
LARGE ROOM in our house for rent.
Quiet Gentleman. Living and bedroom
furniture. Garage Included. Phone
ElI 3-11., C110
FOUR GRAD' MEN, 3'.bedrooms, fur-
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residential area. Available in June.
NO' 2-739. ,0139
3 ROOM PRIVATE bath available June
1st, 2-2-room private bath, 1-2-room
with' bath to sublet for summer
Campus location. Phne NO 2-611 or
COMPLETELY furnished 3 room house
overlooking Whitmore Lake. Enjoy
the beauty and fun of the lake for
the remainder of 'the school year,
boat ;included. $70.00 a month with
utilities. Call HI 9-4732. 0133
NURSE wanted for boys camp June 25-
Aug. 23. Would consider husband &
wife .if husband can qualify as coun-
selor. WATERFRONT counselor also
needed. Please write giving. back-
ground and previous experience. Camp
Flying Bagel, 1251 Weber Dr., Lansing,
MECHANICALLY minded person with
knowledge of biological sciencesto
operate heart-lung apparatus. Per-
manent position. Advancement. Salary
commensurate with qualifications.
Call ext. 687, University Hospital for
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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ice Commission, 626 City County
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BOOKKEEPER - Woman for approxi-
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Resort. Wages plus room and board
NO 2-9353. H33
REGISTERED NURSES. All' ;positions
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between 9 -& 4. 400 Russell, Saline.
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Celebrate Music Festival Time.
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RARE Violins & String Instrume
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SOCIALITES: the famous PAUL
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Employers Mutuals of Wausau, Wau-
sau, Wis. Graduates: June, Aug. Men
and women with a degree 'in Liberal
Arts or -Business Administration, BS
in Mathematics, or LLB for Insurance
-Home Office, Claims, Underwriting,
Wed., May 13:
The Wurzburg Co., Grand Rapids,
Mich. Graduates: June, Aug. Men and-
women with a' degree in Liberal Arts
or Business Administration for Retail-
ing as a Career. Men and women with
any degree interested in going into. the
New York Life Insurance Co., Dear-
born, Mich. Graduates: June,. Aug.. Men
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Adm4nistration for Agency Trainee.
Thurs., May 14:
Peerless Cement Co., Detroit, Mich.
Graduates: June, Aug. Men with BA
or MA in Economics, BBA or MBA for
Business Research Position.
State of Conn. +Civil Service. Sr. High-
way Laboratory ,Aide, Correction Officer
Trainee (Reformatory), Motor Vehicle
Title Review. Officer, Motor Vehicle
Title Examiner, and Sr. Motor Vehicle
United States Food and Drug-Admin.,
Detroit, Mich. Bacteriologist. Involves
law enforcement work. Would consider
a new or recent graduate.
Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital, Sagi-
naw, Mich. Graduate dietician..
U. S. Atomic Energy Commission in
New York City. Mech. Engrg., Statis-
tician, and Mech. Engrg. Trainee.
John Wiley and- Sons, Inc., publish-
ers in New York City, Northwest,
Northeast, and Canada. College Repre-
sentatives. Involves selling text books
to professors, and also asking them to
publish with the company. Man with a.
B.A. Age 25 and up.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Sun., May 3:
Camp Sequoia, Rock Hill, N. Y. Mr.
Edwin Shapiro will interview men and'
women students for counselors' posi-
tions in Arts and Crafts, Music and
Tennis. Also position for Ham Radio=
Operator and a Nurse. Special interest
in members of Michigan athletic teams.
Interviews at the Michigan Union.
Tues., May 5:
John Hancock Insurance Co., Sagi-
naw, Mich. Mr. Albert Ware will inter-'
view men interested in insurance sales
Information about the following may
be found at the Summer Placement Of-
Camp Watervliet, Mich. Girl to teach
English riding, jumping, direct the drill
team and sponsor the campers' horse
Camp Algonquin, Upper Mich. Mr.
Herb Twining has positions for sailing,
riding, and swimming counselors.
Wavus Camps, Jefferson, Maine. Men
as cabin counselors and ability in ten-
nis, nature, handicraft and waterfront
Especially 'man with sailing skill.
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