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TUESDAY, JUNE '26, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAIjE ~

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Yanks
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Two successful
squeeze bunts brought in the only
runs and supported Whitey Ford's
masterful two-hit pitching yester-
day as the New York Yankees
blanked the Detroit Tigers, 2-0.
The swift moving game was
played in two hours and 24 min-
utes and was in marked contrast
with Sunday's seven-hour, 22-in-
ning marathon the Yankees also
won by two runs.
Ford had to be lifted with one
out in the ninth when he suffered
a shoulder injury and was replaced
by Marshall Bridges. Bridges al-
lowed one hit before retiring the
Tigers.
Phil Linz' bunt past the mound
broke up a scoreless duel between
Ford and Don Mossi in the fifth
inning. It scored Jack Reed from
third base.
Bill Skowron's squeeze bunt
scored Hector Lopez from third
with the second Yankee run in the
sixth.
* * *
O'Dell Downs Reds
SAN FRANCISCO-Billy O'Dell
pitched San Francisco's third
straight low-hit complete-game

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victory yesterday stopping Cin-
cinnati, 3 to 1.
* * *
Cards Beat Cubs
CHICAGO-Relief Pitcher Lindy
McDaniel, making his third ap-
pearance in four days, extended his

scoreless streak to 23 and one-
third innings yesterday as he saved
the St. Louis Cardinals' and start-
er Ray Washburn's 6-4 conquest
of the Chicago Cubs.
Phillies Whip Colts
PHILADELPHIA-Tony Taylor's
single in the ninth inning with
one out scored Bob Wine from

ts WinI
second base and gave the Phila-
delphia Phillies a 4-3 victory over
the Houston Colts last night.
* * *
Pirates Rip Mets
PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh
Pirates exploded last night with 15
hits and 13 runs to submerge the
New York Mets, 13-3.

SPORTS SHORTS:
McKinley Wmins in Wimbledon Tennis

Major League Standings

CHARLIE MAXWELL
... traded to Chicago

AMERICAN
Cleveland
Minnesota
New York
Los Angeles
Baltimore
Chicago
Detroit
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
40 28 .568 -
41 32 .562 1 Y
36 29 .554 212
38 31 .551 2Y2
35 35 .500 6
36 36 .500 6
33 34 A93 61{2
32 38 .451 9
32 40 .444 10
24 44 .353 16

NjATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Houston
Philadelphia
Chicago
New York

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white Sox
Get Maxwell
DETROIT (P)-The Detroit Ti-
gers yesterday traded utility out-
fielder Charlie Maxwell to the Chi-
cago White Sox for young first
baseman-outfielder Bob Farley.
The Tigers had owned Maxwell
for eight years, and he played reg-
ularly for a number of those years,
until the Detroit club acquired
Rocky Colavito and Billy Bruton
in recent years. Maxwell, 35 years
old, is ten years older than the
man he was traded for.

By The Associated Press
WIMBLEDON, England-Chuck
McKinley, the 21-year-old husky
Davis Cup player, led seven Ameri-
cans into the second round of the
76th Wimbledon Lawn Tennis
Championships here yesterday.
McKinley, of St. Anne, Mo., de-
lighted a crowd of about 300
crowded around court 13-one out
in the wilderness-with his en-
thusiasm and verve in beating
Owen French, 20-year-old Austral-
ian, 6-1, 6-2, 6-1.
McKinley was the only American
seeded among the top eight. He
was seeded fifth.
Russia, Bulgaria Lead
TOLEDO-Russia and Bulgaria
took the lead yesterday as three
days of Greco-Roman wrestling
began at the world championships.
Russians won all five of their
afternoon matches-three by pins
-while the Bulgarians had four
victories and drew a bye. No other
nation had more than one winner.
Rudy Williams of Detroit was
the only U.S. winner in a phase of
the sport that has attracted rela-
tively little interest in this coun-
try.
AFL Tries Change
BOSTON - Clubowners of the
American Football League voted
yesterday for a pre-season tryout
of a sudden death overtime period
in the event a game ends in a
tie.
Teams will use the rule for all
1962 pre-season exhibitions, but
not in league games. A spokesman
said the rule, if successful, might

be installed at a future date "but
definitely not this fall."
In the sudden death overtime
period, the team that scores first,
breaking a tie, wins the game.
Cage Star Switches Sports
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Former
Ohio State basketball star John
Havlicek has decided to play pro-
fessional football.
He signed with the Cleveland
Brown, turning down basketball
offers from the Boston Celtics and
the Cleveland Pipers, and also a
number of rumored professional
baseball offers. Havlicek was the
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only,
Organizations planning to be active for
the summer session should register by
July 3, 1962. Forms available, 3011 Stu-
dent Activities Bldg.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Swim & Pic-
nic, July 1, 1:45 p.m., Rackham Bldg.,
Huron St. Entrance.
* * *
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Meeting, In-
struction, Dancing, June 28, 7:30 p.m.,j
1429 Hill.

number one draft choice of the
Celtics.
The All-American cager was an
all-state football quarterback as
a high school senior, but hasn't
played any college football.
Illini Star Signs
DETROIT--Illinois' fine sopho-
more pitcher Tom Fletcher has
forsaken college baseball to sign
a $50,000 bonus with the Detroit
Tigers.
Fletcher led all Big Ten Con-
ference pitchers with a brilliant
0.38 earned run average this
spring as he was a major factor
in the Illini's Conference cham-
pionship. He beat Michigan, 1-0,
in the only meeting of the teams.
* * s
Former 'M' Matman
TOLEDO, Ohio-Former Michi-
gan wrestlers Mike Rodriquez and
Dennis Fitzgerald were both elim-
inted from the 1962 World Wrest-
ling Championships here last
week.
Both former Michigan mat cap-
tains, Rodriquez was beaten by
Tobe Sweygardt of Oregon State,
and Fitzgerald by Jim Ferguson, a
former Michigan State star. Rod-
riquez was a 1961 champion in the
world meet.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, Detroit 0
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Minnesota at New York (n)
Cleveland at Detroit (2, twi-night)
Los Angeles at Boston (n)
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at Washington (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 1
St. Louis 6, Chicago 4
Philadelphia 4, Houston 3
Pittsburgh 13, New York 3
Milwaukee at Los Angeles, inc.
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (n)
Cincinnati at San Francisco (n)
St. Louis at Chicago
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
Houston at Philadelphia (2, twi-night).

WHITEY FORD
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July 11-14: "Five Finger Exercise" by
Peter Shaffer.
July 18-21:."Queen & the Rebel" by
Ugo Betti.
Aug. 1-4: "Under Milk Wood" by Dy-
lan Thomas.
Aug. 8-10: Opera double bill: Puccini's
"Gianni Schicchi" and Pergolesi's "La
Serva Padrona."
Season Tickets: All 5 shows-$6.00*,
$4.00*; Any 4 shows-$5.00*, $3.50*.
Individual Shows: "The Boys from
Syracuse" and Opera double-bill-
$1.75*, $1.25*; All others-$1.50*, $1.00*.
*-Each Fri. or Sat. ticket 25c addi-
tional.
All performances 8:00 p.m. First four
-Trueblood Aud., Frieze Bldg. Opera
double bill-Hill Aud. Box office open
today 10-5; rest of week 10-8.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the dates indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center; Mrs. Clif-
ford R. Miller.
Andon L. Amaraich, District Public
Defender, Truk District, Truk District
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands,
June 25-28.
Escort officer-Kaleb Udul.
Jan Tauc, Czechoslovakia Academy of
Science, Prague, Czechoslovakia, June
25-26.
Chun-sang Lee, Official Legal Dele-
gate to the current Republic of Korea
-Japanese xiegotiations. Seoul, Korea,
June 27-30.
Events Tuesday
Degree Recital: Martha Varnell, clar-
inetist, will present a recital on Tues.,
June 26, 8:30 p.m., Lane Hall Aud., in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree Master of Music. Miss
Varnell will be accompanied by David
Wilson, pianist, and assisted by Enid
Dubbe, cellist. Compositions she will
perform are by Brahms, Debussy, and
Beethoven. Open to the public.
Lecture: On "The Michigan Consti-
tutional Convention," James K. Pol-
lock, Murfin Prof. of Political Science,
will discuss "The Background of the
Convention" on Tues., June 26 at 4:15
p.m. in Aud. A.
Events Wednesday
Faculty Recital: Millard Cates, tenor,
will present a recital on Wed., June 27,
8:30 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall. He
will be accompanied by Eugene Bossart,

pianist, and assisted by Edith Perrow,
violin; Penelope Lint, violin; Susan
Schneider, viola; and Enid Dubbe, cel-
lo. Compositions he will sing are by
Stradella, Vetter-Drumsgaard, Mozart,
Schumann, Faure, and Vaughan Wil-
liams. Open to the general public with-
out charge.
Summer Session Lecture Series: Jesse
Owens, Illinois Youth Commission, will
speak on "The Problems of American
Youth" Wed., June 27 at 4:15 p.m. in
Aud. A.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
Dwight Spencer and Associates, Chi-
cago, Ill.-Position as Report Analyst
for Woman grad in Bus. Ad. Good fig-
ure aptitude & liking for Math. Orga-
nization specializes in market testing
of products for 1g. mfgrs. Will work
with tabulation analysis of data from
these market tests.
Berkley Advance, Berkley, Mich. -
Weekly newspaper needs Editor. Prefer
male but will consider female. BA
Journalism pref. Must have exper. as
editor-at least on college paper or in
summer job. Age range open.
Wolverine Oil Corp., Lansing, Mich.-
Construction Supt. BS Civil Engrg. Ex-
per, In commercial bldg. field-at least
3 yrs. Sales or business exper. or trng.
helpful. Age 25-40. Will join 5 man
staff. Will be responsible for bldg. lay-
out, design, construction supervision,
surveying & site development.
H. L. Hunt, Dallas, Texas-Positions
for Stenographers. Type 80 wds. per
min., take dictation at 120. Prefer 1 or 2
yrs. exper. Positions located throughout
Texas & various other states.
Manufacturing Firm in Jackson, Mich.
-Engineer 'for Product Cost & Price
Estimating. IE or MBA. Age-up to 30.
Desire to broaden bkgd. in finance,
mfg., & sales. Infrequent travel. Fre-
quent contact with dealers. Excellent
future oppor. outside of Engrg.
Mfg. of Containers in Saline, Mich.-
Private Secretary. Degree not essential
-2 qrs. or so OK, Good typist & aver-
age shorthand. Exper. pref. Age 21-34.
Will meet people,
Aluminum Extrusions, Inc., Charlotte,
Mich.-Credit Manager. Pref, major in
Bus. Ad., Acc't., Econ., Bus. Law, etc.
At least 5 yrs. indust. exper. in credit
& finance or equiv. Age 25-35. Also po-
sition for Sales Trainee. Prefer Engrg.
degree but not essential. Must have
Mech. drawing trng. Prefer drafting rm.
exper. Age 21-28. Prefer married & in-
active Reserve.
Reynolds Metals Co., Richmond, Va.
-Metallurgical Research 'Div. seeking
pref. PhD to work in field of thermal
oxide films on aluminum. This is a
basic research project in. the Chem.
section of the Div.
B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, 0.-Sales
Correspondent Trainee. Age 22-30 with
college degree. No exper.,,but must pos-
sess a sales personality & have strong
desire for export sales work.

Township of Fenton, Mich. - Need
recent grads who are interested and
qualified to do appraisal work for as-
sessing purposes.
Wisconsin Civil Service-Architect-
Degree in Arch. plus 3 yrs. of arch.
exper. Open to non-residents. Apply by
July 25.
Please call General Div., Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for
further information.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 22002SAB Monday thru
Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Hodges, at
NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
1-To do yardwork through the sum-
mer. Must have your own equip-
ment. All day Saturday.
3-Engineering students to do apart-
ment maintenance in exchange for
rooms with private bath. (Quiet
studious boys.) No cooking, drinking
or parties. Must be available for 2
or 3 years, summer and winter.
-Several yard job openings.
1-Meat clerk. Would prefer someone
with experience. 4 or 5 days per
week, from 4:00, p.m. or 5:00 p.m.
until 9 p.m.
1-Who can play the piano well, and
possibly do some entertaining. Must
have transportation. 3 evenings per
week. Approximately 4 hours per,
evening.
FEMALE
1-To clean apartments. The hours will
be flexible.
2-Experienced typists. Half-time or
full-time temporary for two weeks
to one month.
-Several students to sell summer and/
or fall - winter - spring University
Players season tickets on a com-
mission basis. One week duration of
job.
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