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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TiUR

jegaeki Assaults
swim Standards

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By DICK MINTZ
Wolverine swim fans have
dopted Frank Legacki as their
atest fin hero, but to the guys in
igma Chi fraternity he's just an-.
ether pledge coming to last grips
ith initiation trials.
Much of his swimming success
erhaps can be explained by the
etermined attitude he takes in
arrying out his pledge duties.
He's a highly conscientious
vorker,' said one fraternity broth-
r. "Once he's made up his mind
o accomplish something he's sure
o do it."
Legacki has accomplished a

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great deal since he first started
swimming competitively as a
freshman in prep school; Un-
coached in his sophomore and
junior years at Philadelphia's
Father Judge High School, Le-
gackinevertheless showed a spec-
tacular rate of improvement. He
dropped his times from a best of
1:03 in the 100-yd. freestyle his
freshman year to 1:00 as a soph-
omore, :55.6 as a junior and .51.5
as a senior when he reaped All
America honors.
After beating national champion
Gary Morris in the century dis-
tance last week and anchoring
the 400-yd. medley-relay with an
unofficial :48.9 timing, Legacki
looms as the chief threat to the
100-yd. freestyleworld mark of
:48.9.
The soft-spoken sophomore
jestingly said, "At this rate, I
might be doing the 100 in 45 sec-
onds my senior year." Although
known as a gay wit at the Sigma
Chi house, this statement may
not just be playful speculation.
Legacki is also flirting with the
world record in the 100-yd. butter-
fly. Because the Wolverines are so
strong in - this event, Legacki
hasn't had much opportunity to
swim it in competition this year.
But he's already been clocked at
practice in the phenomenal time
of :54.1. The world mark is :54.5.
"I've never felt like this before,"
he said. "I have absolute control
over my body in the water and
feel 10 times stronger than I
ever have. Gus Stager is a great
coach and has really had me
working."
An education major, Legacki is
yet uncertain about his future
plans.

Firs -Ranked
Tarheels Nip
Cage Rival
By The Associated Press
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Top-
ranked North Carolina put down a
desperate rally by North Carolina
State in the last three and one-
half minutes and defeated the
sixth-ranked Wolfpack, 74-67, in
an Atlantic Coast Conference bas-
ketball game here last night.
The seemingly lethargic State
team came to life in these final
minutes and trimmed a 62-50 Tar-
heel lead down to 66-64 with about
1:40 remaining.
Tarheel sophomore York Larese
and junior Lee Schaffer, however,
quelled the rally as they compiled
10 points in a last minute surge
to ice the game.

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Army 93,V
QuanticoI
St. Mary's
Air. Force"

College Basketball Scores
ashington 87, Temple 69 Kentucky 83, Vanderbilt 71
Williams 77 Virginia 62, Maryland 50
Marines 83, Niagara 8 Boston University 84, Holy Cross 57
Maries 3, Nagaa ~ Fordham 66, Canisius 62t
91, San Francisco 53 W~est Virginia 90, Pittsburgh 69
77, Creighton 6,5 Syracuse 72, Cohwecticut 64

NBA Scores
New York 118, Cincinnati
Minneapolis 105, Detroit 95
NHL Score
Chicago 4, New York 2

PHYSICISTS

At Bendix Radio you will be
AHEAD when TOMORROW comes!

-Daily-Michael Rontal
NEW STAR-Frank Legacki (second from left) joins veterans
Cy Hopkins (left to right), John Smith and Tony Tashnick to
give Michigan what is hoped will be the world's fastest 400-yd.
medley relay team.

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DONLEY KEY TO PIVOT:
Perigo Finds New Scoring T hreat

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SOCIAL FRATERNITY "A"
Sigma Phi Epsilon 63, Zeta Beta
Tau 35
Chi Phi 32, Kappa Sigma 9
Phi Sigma Kappa 13, Phi Epsilon
Pi 12
Alpha Tau Omega 26, Lambda Chi
Alpha 23
Phi Gamma Delta 36, Alpha Sigma
Phi 16
Beta Theta P1 50, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon 2
Phi Sigma Delta 33, Zeta Psi 27
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 46, Theta X1 11
Alpha Epsilon P1 25, Phi Kappa
Psi 21
Phi Delta Theta 39, Delta Sigma
Phi 8
Delta Upsilon 40, P1 Lambda Phi 20
Sigma Alpha Mu 32, Sigma Chi 29
Phi Kappa Tau 22, Delta Chi 17
Chii Psi 28, Sigma Nu 16
Delta Tan Delta 40, Theta Chi 14
Alpha Delta Phi over Trigon, forfeit
PRO FRATERNITY
Alpha Chi Sigma 39, Law Club 21
Phi Rho Sigma 29, Meds 28

By MIKE GILLMAN
The'latest in basketball coach
Bill Perigo's long line of experi-
ments with the pivot position is
the bashful kid from Big Rapids,
Rich Donley.-
Perigo, in his year-long search
for someone to put scoring punch
into the center spot, has tried
Gordie Rogers and Lovell Farris,
and recently has begun to work
his big sophomore into the line-
up. Although' he had previously
seen only limited action, Donley
came through with two good per-
formances against Michigan State
and Iowa.
His baptism under Big Ten fire
came against State last Saturday
when both coaches substituted
freely late in the game. Both Don-
ley and fellow yearling, Gary

Kane, came through with good
showings, scoring eight and 10
points -respectively.
Was Weak Defensively
According to Perigo, "Rich.has
always been able to hkt, but he's
been weak on defense. So in the
Iowa game, when nobody was do-
ing too much on defense, I
thought we could at least use some
scoring."
Donley only contributed four
points from the floor, but effec-
tively slowed down Nolden Gen-
try, who had been sliding under
the boards for easy points before.
Now, in the backstretch of the
Conference schedule, the Wolver-
ines need every bit of reserve
strength they can muster, and
Perigo feels that 19-yr.-old Don-
ley can be of help. Perigo indi-

cated that: "He 'still needs a lot
of work, but he has matured a
great deal this season."
Donley Adopts Style
Aithough he played his high
school ball at Big Rapids before
the advent of 'the three-second
rule, he has learned to adapt his
style of play in the pivot to the
the ruling.
fait-moving game required by
Coach Perigo, as he looks for-
ward to next year, notes that
mucn of his height will be gone
(6'4" George Lee, 6'5" M. C. Bur-
ton and 6'6" Rogers) and plans to
utlize 6'5" Donley in the pivot
again and to jump renter.
But the lanky sophomore
shouldn't have to look as far
ahead as next season to see ac-
tion.

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Science for Librarians. 6. Men with M.S.
or Ph.D. in Physics for Physicists. 7.
Men with Ph.D. in Geheral Psychology
with some mathematics for Psycholo-
gist. 8. Men with M.A. or Ph.D. in
Mathematics Including some work in
electronics for Mathematicians. 9. Men
with degree or strong background in
one of the following languages: Per-
sian, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Vietnam-
ese, Scientific Russian, Bulgarian, Ru-
manian, or Hungarian for Translators.
10. Women with A.B. may have an op-
portunity to go overseas after 6-18
months in Washington, D.C. for Typists
and Stenographers. Minimum typing

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speed of 45, minimum shorthand of 80. Ypsilanti, Mich. B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.:
Preference is given to students in Elec.,Phys. and Math. Must be U.S.
the upper quarter of their class who are citizen.I
in good health and are willing to trav- Minnesota Mining and Mfg. Co., St.
el. For some positions veterans .are de- Paul, Minn. B. S.: Ch.E., Elec., E. Phys.,
sirable. For all positions citizenship is Ind., and Mech. M.S.: Ch.E., Elec. and
a requisite. Mech. Ph.D.: Ch.E., Must be male U.S.
The Rand Corporation, Santa Mont,- citizen. Also summer.
ca, Calif. Location of work: Santa Republic Aviation Corp. B.S.: Aero.,
Monica, Calif, Graduates: June. Citi- Civil, Elec., E. Math., E. Phys., Mat'ls,
zenship required. Men and women with Mech. and Met. MS.: Aero., Civil, Elec.,
B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in Mathematics for Instr., Mat'ls., Mech. and Met. Ph.D.:
Mathematicians to work with large Hi- Aero., Elec., Instr., Mech., and Met.
lysis Dept. has openings for people Must be U. S. citizen.
interested in scientific applications of Sperry Rand Corp., Ford Instrument
digital computers. Co., Long Island City, N. Y. Require-
Thurs., Feb. 26, 1959: ments not yet received. Please check
Central Intelligence Agency -- See with the Engrg. Placement Office.
above listing. U. S. Navy, Bureau of Ships, Wash.,
National Security Agency, Washing- D.C. B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.: Civil, Elec.,
ton, D.C. Location of work: Fort George Mech., and Naval and Marine. Must be
G. Meade, Md.; Washington Metropol- U.S. citizen. Also summer.
itan area. Graduates: June, Aug. Citi- U. S. Government, Federal Aviation
zenship required. Must have taken NSA Agency, various locations. B.S.: Civil
examination on Dec. 6, 1958. and Elec. (Electronic-communication
Whirlpool Corporation, St. Joseph, option). Must be U.S. citizen.
Mich. Location of work: St. Joseph, For further information or an in-
Mich. Graduates: June, Aug. Citizen- terview appointment, contact Engrg.
ship required. Men with Ph.D. in Phy- Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg., Ext.
sics or BioChemistry for Research Po- 2182.
sitions with Whirlpool Corporation.
Fri., Feb. 27, 1959: Summer Placement Interviews:
National Security Agency - See above Fri., Feb. 20:
listing. Mr. Sol Gittleman from Camp Ad-
Central Intelligence Agency -" See venture in New York State will be in-
above listing. - tervewing students for camp staff posi-
Feb. 26 and 27, 1959: tions.
Union Carbide Chemical Company,.
South Charleston, W. Va. Graduates: Personnel Requests:
June or Aug. Location of work -- S. Washington National Insurance Co.,
Charleston, W. Va. Men or women with Evanston, Ill., has opening for Editor
B.S. or M.S. in Library Science with of House Organ. Must be creative and
some experience very helpful for able to write and think up own articles.
Technical Librarian. Experience in Will be on sales promotion and pub-
Technical Library and/or science back- lications staff. Will also handle news-
ground. paper publicity in area. Must be handy
with camera or willing to learn. Pre-
Engineering Interviews: fer a woman with B.A. in Journalism.
Fri., Feb. 20, 1959: Would consider other degree if ex-
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, In. perienced in this field.
B.S. and M.S.: Civil, Elec., and Mech. Operations Research Ofc. of Johns
Must be male U. S. citizen. Hopkins Univ., Bethesda, Md., has
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp., openings for Operations Analysts in,
Plants and Sales Offices throughout the following fields: Physics, Math,
the U.S. B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Civil, Statistics, Elec. and Chem. Engrg. Man
Elec., E.M., and Metallurgical. Must be or woman, B.A., M.A. or Ph.D.
male U. S. citizen. Indiana University, Bloomington,
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.,. Inc.;, Ind., announces Graduate Internship
N.Y.C. B.S.: Aero., Ch.E., Civil, Elec., in Student Personnel. Offers oppor-
E. Math., E. M., E. Phys., Ind., Mat'ls., tunity for prof. exp. in guidance. Grad
and Mech. M.S.: Aero., Ch.E., Civil, study may be pursued with major in
Constr., Elec., E.M., Ind., Instr., Mat'ls., Personnel and Guidance, Education,
Mech., Met. and Nuc. Must be male Recreation, Sociology, and related
U. S. citizen. fields. Personnel responsibilities in
U. of M., Willow Run Laboratories, Women's Residence Halls plus maxi-

mum of 10 hrs. each semester. Mas-
ter's degree completed in 4 'semesters
with or without a thesis. Appointments
usually made between March 1 and
May 1.
For further information concerning
personnel requests, contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 4001 Admin., Ext.
3371.
The following schools will be at the
Bureau of Appointments ,to interview
prospective teachers for the 1959-60
school year.
Mon., Feb. 23:
Mt. Eden, Calif. -- Elementary; 7/8th
Core; Science; Math; Girls PE; Gener-
al Shop.
Pelham, N. Y. - Physics/Chem.;. HS
French; Bus. Ed. (chiefly typing); Guid-
ance (man); Asst. Librarian; Math;
Social Studies; JHS Gen. Science;
French/Spanish/Latin.
Tues., Feb. 24:
Battle Creek, Mich. (Lakeview School)
-Social Studies; English; Foreign Lan-
guage; Elementary.
El Monte, Calif. -- Elementary; 7/8th
self contained: Ind. Arts; Speech Cor-
rection; Literature.
Kern County, Bakersfield, Califor-
nia. - Elementary, H.S., and Jr. Coll.:
Agric.; Art; Bus. Ed.; Girls Counsel-
ing; English; Foreign Lang.; Home Ec.;
Ind. Arts; Music; Math; Girls PE; Sci-
ence; Social Studies; Special Educ.
Mentor, Ohio - Elementary; Girls PE;1
Home Ec.; Math; Ind. Arts; English;
Speech/Hearing; French; Latin; Busi-
ness.
Wed., Feb. 25:
Fraser, Mich. -- Elementary (K-6)
HS: Women's Counselor; Science; Ma-
chine Shop; Dr. Train.; JHS: Lang.

Arst/SS; Science/Math; Elem./HS Vo-
cal Music; Elem.: PE Consultant, Type
C Ment. R~etarded; Blind; JHS Type A
Mentally Ret.; Elem./HS Speech Corr.
Trenton, Mich. - Elementary; Elem.
Speech Corr.; 7/8th Eng.; Math; SS;
Elem. Libr.
Wilmette, 11. (Avoca School) -- Ele-
mentary; Elem. PE.
Thurs., Feb. 26:
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elementary;
English; Lang; Home Ec.; Math; Girls
PE; Soc. Stud.; Science; Remedial
Read.; Visit. Tchr.; School Psychologist.
Fri., Feb. 26:
Garden City, Mich. -- Elementary;
Visiting Teacher; Math; English; Speech
Correction; Business; Ind. Arts; Soc.
St.; Elem. Art.
For additional information and, ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 "Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
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SUMMER SCHOOL
Sponsored by the . University of
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University of California, and Gua-
dalajara, it will offer in Guadala-
j'ra, Mexico, June 29-August 7,
courses in art, folklore, geography,
history, language, and literature.
$233 covers tuition, board and
room. For more information please
write to Professor Juan B. Rael,
Box K, Stanford University, Calif.

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