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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FEET IN PLAYOFF NEXT WEEK:
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Giants Edge Browns on Late Field Goal!

AT ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL GYM:
Globetrotters Show Cage Mas

By WAYNE MORTBEUG ~'next Sunday to vie for the right'
Pat Summerall literally booted to play the Baltimore Colts, West-
his way into the limelight as he ern Division titlists.
kicked a 49 yd. field goal with Score on First Play;
2:17 remaining in the game to Cleveland struck quickly by
give the New York Giants a dra- scoring the first time it had the
matic 13-10 victory over the Cleve- ball on a streaking 65 yd. dash
land Browns Sunday. by the National Football League's
The Giant victory, their second record breaking rusher, Jimmy"
over the Browns this year, made Brown, who gained 148 yds. for
a playoff game for the National the day to raise his season's total
Football League Eastern Division to 1,527.
title necessary since both teams After Summerall and Lou Groza
ended the regular season with traded field goals to give the
identical 9-3 records. The Browns Browns a 10-3 lead going into the
and Giants will meet in New York final period, the Giants on the

strength of a Frank Gifford to cago Bears in frigid eight degree
Bob Schnelker touchdown pass weather. While the Bears tied Los
tied the score at 10-10. Matters Angeles for second place in the
stood there until destiny pointed Western Division, the Lions finish-
its finger at Summerall. ed a disappointing fifth.
Colts Beaten Again The Los Angeles Rams drubbed
Meanwhile, the Western Divi- the hapless Green Bay Packers,
sion champions, the Baltimore 34-20, despite the heroics of Pack-
Colts dropped their second game er rookie Joe Francis. Billy Wade
in succession. The San Francisco sparked the Rams with his ac-
Forty-Niners and Y. A. Title were curate passes to Del Shofner and
the culprits as they defeated the Jon Arnett.
Colts 21-12. In a rather dull performance,
The Detroit Lions, the defend- the Washington Redskins easily
ing NFL champion, dropped a 21- downed the Philadelphia Eagles,
16 decision to the outplayed Chi- 20-0.

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amendments, Request for recognition:
Student Council for International Liv-
ing Activities requesting approval: Mil-
itary Ball, Odonto Ball.
Old Business: Tabled motions: (1)
Concerning reconsideration of May 3,
1949 regulation (Minutes, p. 66) (2) Bi-
lateral Exchange programs (Minutes, p.
68) (3) National Defense Education Act,
loyalty oaths required of students (69),
New business: Free University of Ber-
lin: motion.
Members and constituents time.
Announcements.
Adjournment.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Dept. of Psychiatry. "Alcoholism." Har-
old W. Lovell, M.D., Clinical Prof. of
Neurology, New York Medical College.
8:00 p.m., Tues., Dec. 16, Children's
Psychiatric Hospital Auditorium.
Academic Notices
Mathematics Colloquium: Will meet
Tues., Dec. 16, Rm. 3011, Angell Hall,
4:10 p.m. Prof. S. A. Amitsur, visiting
staff member, Univ. of Notre Dame,
will speak on "Polynomial Identities in
Rings and their Generalizations." Re-
freshments: 3:30 in 3212 Angell Hall
(Commons Room).
Applications for UM.R.T. Fellowships
to be awarded for the Spring semester,
1958-59, are now being accepted in the
office of the Graduate School. The sti-
ped Is $1,175 per semester. Application
forms are available from the Graduate
EUROPE
Dublin to Iron Curtain; Africa to
Sweden. You're accompanied-not
herded. College age only. Also short
trips. ,
EUROPE SUMMER TOURS
255 Sequoia (Box 4)-Pasadena, Cal.

School. Only applicants who have been
employed by the Institute for at least
one year on at least a half-time basis
are eligible. Applications and support-
ing material are due in the office of
the Graduate School not later than
4:00 p.m. Sat., Jan. 3, 1959.
Doctoral Examination for Chester
Newhall Channon, Music: thesis: "The
Contributions of Philip Cady Hayden
to Music Education in the United
States," Tues., Dec. 16, E. Council Rm.,
Rackham Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
A. P. Britton.
Doctoral Examination for Earl Dean
Bennett, Business Administration;
thesis: "Managerial Decision Making in
the Small Firm: A Consideration of
Some Problems and Approaches in a
Retail Setting," Tues., Dec. 16, 8th
Floor Conf. Rm., School of Business
Administration ,at 4:15 p.m. Chairman,
W. M. Hoad.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the dates indicated. Program arrange-
ments are being made by Ruth H.
Skentelbury, Center for Japanese Stu-
dies.
Mr. Yukata Kobayashi, Chief of In-
vestigation Section, Japan Information
Center of Science and Technology,
Japan, Dec. 15-16.
The following foreign visitor will be
on the campus this week. Program ar-
rangements are being made by Prof.
Stanley E. Seashore, Asst. to the Direc-
tor, Institute for Social Research.
Jacque Monat, University of Lyon,
France, Dec. 16-20.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
Appointments, for Feb., 1959. They will
not be here to interview.
Birmingham, Mich. - H.S. Physics;
English; J.H.S. Social Studies/English.
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - J.H.S. French/
Social Studies (or French/English.)

Owosso, Mich. -- Speech Correction
(Elementary).
Skokie, 1. (Cleveland School) -
Speech Correction.,
Urbana, Ill. - Elementary (K-6); H.S.
Physical Education/Home Economics.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Guam -- Teachers interested in edu-
cational work in the Territory of Guam
for the 1959-60 and 1960-61 school years
are invited to request application forms
and additional information by writing
immediately by regular air mail to the
Director of Education.
There are teaching and administra-
tive positions open at all levels for
qualified personnel.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and
valid teaching Certificate in subjects
or grades you wish to teach. Preference
is given to those with teaching experi-
ence. Higher level positions require ad-
ditional education and experience.
For any additional information and
the name of the person to write, con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the School of Engineer-
ing.
Dec. 17: U.S. Government Army Ord-
nance. Missile Command, Redstone Ar-
senal, Alabama, and White Sands Mis-
sile Range, New Mexico. B.S.: Aero.,
Civil, Elec., E. Math., E.M., E. Phys., Ind.
Mech., Meteor., and Science. M.S.: Aero.,
Civil, Elec., E.M., Ind., Mech. and Me-
teor. Ph.D.: Aero., Civil, Elec., E.M.,
Ind., and Mech. Must be U.S. citizen.
Type of work: .Res. and Dev.; Des.;
Testing.
Dec. 18: U.S. Government, Dept. of
Commerce, Maritime Administration,
Washington, D.C., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.:
Elec., Nay, and Marine. Must be U.S.
citizen. Type of work: Res. and Dev.;
Des.; Prod.; Constr.
For further information on the above
interviews, contact the School of Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg.
Ext. 2182.
Summer Placement Interviews:
The following camps will be inter-

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viewing at the Bureau of Appointments
on Tues., Dec. 16:
Mowgls, a New Hampshire camp for
boys, needs college students with
camping skills. Mr. Hakes will be inter-
ested in talking to boys with talents
in such fields as Riflery, Crewing, Pho-
tography. Tennis, Waterfront. This
camp also needs a married couple.
Camp Kehonka, a New Hampshire
camp for girls, needs cabin counselors.
Interest in children is a main consider-
ation in hiring counselors. The camp
also needs a cook and assistant cook.
For further information on summer
placement, contact Ward D. Peterson,
Director of Summer Placement. Mr.
Peterson has a list of camps, resorts,
and buisiness and industrial firms who
would like to have students interview
during the Christmas holidays. Job ap-
plications are in many states. Come
in before you leave for vacation. Sum-
mer Placement Office is open Tues. and
Thurs., from 1:00 to 5:00 and Fri
morning from 8:30 to 12 at the S.A.B.,
Rm. D-528.
Summer Personnel Request:
Prairie Trek Expedition, a New Mexi-
co camp, is interested in a man with
teaching or counseling experience to
be a group leader. The salary is ex-
cellent for the summer and includes
room and board.
Personnel Requests:
Standard Oil, Detroit, Mich., has im-
mediate openings in Grand Rapids and
Flint for men interested in Sales Train-
ing. These are immediate openings.
Wright Air Development Center,
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio,
has on file with the Bureau of Appoint-
ments a new salary scale and openings
for Engineers, Mathematician, Physicist,
Electronic Scientist, Metallurgist, and
Chemist.
Pillsbury Co., Minneapolis, Minn., has
opportunities available for Home Econ-
omists. Desire exp. or strong back-
ground in foods. Want girls who will
work for at least two yrs.
Merritt Harrison, A.J.A., Indianapolis,
Ind., is looking for a man around 30
yrs. who has some arch. exp. This man
should be an artist, but with ability in
applied mechanics.
Employers Mutual Fire Insurance Co.,
Wausau, Wisc., is looking for a Sales-
man for Detroit and outstate Mich. De-
sire an insurance major in their busi-
ness adm. training. Age: 25-37.
E.A. Butler & Assoc., Inc., Hartford,
Conn., is a management consultant
firm which is looking for personnel
with Ph.D.'s in Physics.
Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences,
Buffalo, N.Y., has a position open im-
mediately for an Astronomer. Candi-
date will have considerable freedom in
planning and executing programs.
Hugo F. vavrinek, Ontario, Calif., is
looking for young men who are in-
terested in a career in Public Account-
ing.
Tri-County Regional Planning Com-
mission, Akron, Ohio, is looking for the
following: Chief Planners, Associate
Planners, Sanitary Engineers, Master's
degree required for all positions.
Rome Cable Corporation, Rome, N.Y.,
is interested in two Electrical Engi-
neers to fill openings in Dales Engi-
neering and two Mechanical Engineers,
Consider returning veterans and other
recent graduates.
For further information on the above
personnel requests, contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin., Ext.

HOW LOW CAN YOU GET-Herman (Honey) Taylor, Harlem
Globetrotter dribbler par excellence, envelops his six-foot frame
around ball during his spectacular ball-handling solo. Hawaiian
50th Staters appear to have given up chase.

WILL HE LIVE?-Meadowlark Lemon, great Harlem Globetrotter
clown, lets crowd know he's in "great pain." But "recovery" was
said to take a remarkably short period of time-just long enough
for Meadowlark to get to the bench, switch basketballs and further
harass referees. His partner in crime is Tom (Tarzan) Spencer.

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TONIGHT and TOMORROW

DEPT. OF SPEECH and SCHOOL OF MUSIC

present

"COSt FAN TUTTE"
TRUEBLOOD AUDITORIUM-FRIEZE BLDG.
Box office now open 12-8 P.M.
1.50 1.10 75c

PEEK-A-BOO-Meadowlark Lemon coyly steals a glimpse at the
basket. But what he's going to do next is anyone's guess. And the
chances are his unidentified opponent in hot pursuit is the most
confused person of all in Ann Arbor High's gymnasium.
Trotter Trio Daily
Photo Feature
STORY
Persons who long have followed by Fred Katz
the zany antics of those irrepres- PHOTOS
sible "court magicians," the Har-
lem Globetrotters, might have by Pete Anderson
been saddened a few years back
with the departure of Goose Ta-
tum and Marquis Haynes.
But the three youthful gentle-
men featured on this page are fast
gaining just as many plaudits and
are putting on just as entertaining
a performance as their predeces-
sors.
On a chilly, rainy evening last
month the three quickly warmed /
up a packed Ann Arbor High
School gymnasium audience.
There was Tatum's heir to the
title of "King of Clowns," Mea-
dowlark Lemon. Herman (Honey) i
Taylor displayed the fanciest bit
of dribbling seen since, well-Mr.
Haynes himself. And of course
there was a seven-foot moustachi-
oed gent who can do two- things
exceptionally well - slamming a
basketball through a basket and
drawing a crowd. His name? Wilt
Chamberlain.

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WHAT, AGAIN!-Open-mouthed Hawaiian 50th Staters stare
helplessly in disbelief (although they've seen same show many
times) as Wilt Chamberlain prepares once more to pummel the
ball through the nets-this time the hard way-backwards.

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