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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN D.4 TLY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 18,1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DaILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965

NEW COMMISSIONER:
Eckert Replaces Frick

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By The Associated Press to name the new commissioner at
William D. Eckert, a 56-year- 'the Florida meetings but obvious-
WldetireiamD. cea5erar-ly the screening committee, head-
old retired Air Force general and ed by John Fetzer, president of the
Washington business executive, be- etro terpfountsoman
Caine baseball's fourth commis- Detroit Tigers, found its man ;
canerbastebal's Iur cingom quicker than had been anticipated.
sloner yesterday, succeeding Ford They had been searching for
Frick who is retiring. Frick's successor for more than a
The club owners, acting on the year because Frick, soon to be 71,
unanimous recommendation of a said some time ago he would notj
screening committee, also select- serve a third term.
ed Lee MacPhail, president of the * *
Baltimore Orioles, as an admin-
istrator in the commissioner's of- Black Hawks Wmin
fice. It is a new position in the NEW YORK-Stan Mikita and
new cabinet-type of baseball gov- Bobby Hull scored two goals
ernment. apiece and Mikita added two as-
Experience Pays Off sists as the Chicago Black Hawks
Eckert, a former high school moved into a first-place Nation-
first baseman at Madison, Ind., al Hockey League tie with idle
agreed to a seven-year contract Montreal by ripping the New York'
at $65,00 a year plus expenses. Rangers 5-3 last night.
MacPhail, 48-year-old son of Hull, who took over the league
the story Larry MacPhail of years scoring lead with his 13th and
ago, will get $40,000 annually on 14th goals of the season, was over-
a three year contract. shadowed by Mikita's outstanding
"I would like to schedule a fast performance.
tour to meet with the president Scintillating
of the American and National The veteran Chicago center, who
Leagues, and as many owners- as has won the NHL scoring title
possible throughdut the nation in each of the last two seasons,1
before the December league meet- was simply scintillating in spark-
ings in Miami," said Eckert. ing a three-goal Chicago rally in
Named Early the first period which erased an
The owners had been expected early Ranger lead.
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(Continued from Page 6) Begin by Jan. 1966 for 12 mos. 2. visit- pointments, 3200 SAB. Huntsville, Ala.-Announces Summer
k 'four points gave him 17 Diing Professor in nuclear chem. for Univ. Employment 'for Sophs., Jrs. & Srs, and
MikitsDoctoral Exam ation for Alexanderin Rangoon, Burma. 6 mos, duration, SUMMFR PLACEMENT SERVICE: Faculty. Application accepted through
for the season, three behind Hull Thom Cringan, Conservation; thesis: begin June 1966. Also expert in appli- 212 SABl- Dec. 31.
and one back of Montreal's Bobby "Some Factors in Selecting Units for cation of radioisotopes in agriculture Marshall Field & Co., Oakbrook, ill.
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Chairman, L. E. Craine. Major Company, Detroit-Six months write Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johiison, Per-- -
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CN I AIT C i t iJapanese-Language Film: (W hit pref Ph candidate with bk Oakbrook, Ill. Must be sophs. or Jun- The following schools have vacancies
CINCINNATI--The Cincinnati I personnel or guid. & counseling. Should iors and residents of Chicago area. for now and/or next semester:
Royals which Has a Cupola), and a short The International Student Informa- Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (E. Hills Jr.
Royals thrashed Philadelphia 131- hStreetctwhichitHasieCupola).r
documentary film will be shown in:rng tion Service, Biussels-Mr. Efratas will High Sch.) - Drafting Metal Shop:
115 last night despite 46 points by Rackham Lecture Hall at 7:30 p.m. on State of Michigan, Lansing-1. Arch. be on campus Dec. 9 & 10 to explain Woods and plastics/general shop.
Wilt Chamberlain, who took over Fri., Nov. 19. Engr. Degree in Arch., Arch. or Civil jobs in Europe & how to get one. He Caro, Mich.-Engl., Bus. Education.
second place in the all-time Na- Engrg, 3 yrs. exper. Higher rating for will be in 212 SAB until 3:30 p.m. Marshall, Mich.-Journalsm, Art.
U. of M. Omega Chapter of Phi Del- additional exper. Nov. 29 application and Aud. D, Angell Hall from 4-5 p.m. Mt. Prospect, Ill. (Dist. No. 57) -
tional Basketball Association scor- ta Kappa will hold their Fall, 1965 Ini- deadline. 2. Civil Rights Exec. BA any each day. Psychologist, Social Worker, Kdg.
ing parade. tiation Banquet in the N. Campus field, additional credit for MA in Soc. NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, Romeo, Mich.-Type A-Mentally Re-
It was the Royals' seventh con- Commons, Thurs., Nov. 18, at 6:30 p.m. Sciences, 2 yrs. exper. in civil rights.
Banquet speaker will be Dr. Samuel 3. Accountant Examiner, 2 yrs. college
secutive victory. Brownell, supt. of schools, Detroit, plus 8 hrs. acetg.; or 2 yr. acctg. course
The defeat ended the 76ers' Mich. Late requests for reservations in bus, college; or 3 yrs. auditing or
five-game winning streak and should call Tom McDole, treasurer, in acctg. exper.
knocked them out of first 'place the School of Education. Nuclear-Chicago Corp., Des Plaines,
(in he NA Eater Divsion 1.-Analyst-Staff Accountant. Recent
in the NBA Eastern Division. French and German Screening Exami- grad, degree in acctg. 0-3 yrs. exper.
Cold nations: The Grad School's examina- Bkgd. in cost acctg.' helpful. Assist in
The 76ers were cold in the first tions in French and German for Doc- budget prep. and analysis.
quarter while Oscar Robertson tora cand ingdat ec.s, be administered Smiley Lumber Co., Inc., Denver, Ind.
-quateron Tes.eveingDec 7,from7 t 10-Sales-Operations Mgrs. for bldg, bus.
and Adrien Smith combined to p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall. All Dere prtexper i sales agricu
give the Royals a 29-18 lead at students planning to take one of these ture or basic-wood structure knowledge
the end of the quarter. Chamber- examinations Inust register for it, e- required.
thefore Sat., Nov. 26. at the Reception
lain and Hal Greer began hitting Desk of the Grad School Office in the Atlantic Refining Co., Phila., Pa. -
in the second period, and the Rackham Bldg. Physical Chemist. PhD plus 2-5 yrs.
score was tied at 45-45, but the Doctoral candidates mustepass the catalytic exper. R. & D. in area of
objective screening exam before tak-.fe elce.o rmtc te
Royals pulled ahead again. ing the written test in French or hydrogen deficient hydrocarbons.
Philadelphia never got closer German, unless they have received a American Standard, Dearborn, Mich.
than six points in the second half grade of B or better in French 111 -Accountant. Bus. Ad. degree, acctg.
or German 111. Those who fail the major pref. 2-4 yrs. exper. Age 22-28.fA
after trailing 58-52 at the Inte screening exam may take it again when Responsible for general acctg. of mfg.
mission. The Royals' biggest lead the test is administered on Feb. 22. plant including ledger acctg., ,state-
was 19 points. For further information call the Re- ment prep. & payroll.
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I UWiCtIy .an '1urns to Books
By STEVE FICK . University of Minnesota. There, he to work once more under Crisler-
ran track and cross country and and Etter says he jumped at t
Some people c ge enough. started covering track for the stu- opportunity.
baseball ames in his spare time, dent newspaper while a sopho- He had seen several years
the off-duty mechanic who tinkers more. One thing led to another, top-notch football under Bern
lovingly with his own car after and after a few summers' exper- Bierman at Minnesota, and th
loingly ith his, n cr aer- ience on other newspapers, he took return to direct contact with t
bial busman who spends his holi- a job with the University's News spectacle of Big Ten football w
,Service after gaining a degree in ra happy one, especially with ti
day riding on another man's trol- journalism. Michigan teams of the 1940
leys "I had a great job offer from which won 24 in a row at o
Les Etter is one of them. a newspaper out in Southern Cali- point (1946-49).
Etter, who has been publicity fornia just about the time I was
director for the University's ath- graduating," Etter recalls. "I could Organizer
letic department for 21 years-as have made $50 a week, which in Etter found working with st
such he writes press releases every those days-the early depression tistics a challenging job, too-
week for a mailing list of over 600 ,i cm SC.. ,o had ever bothedo ker

Faculty Recommendations for Wood- 75760, General} £fv., Bu
- row Wilson Fellowships: Members of ___________________
the faculty are reminded that the
deadline for recommendations for ONIZATION
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship applicants RGA N Z I
-i Sat., Nov. 20. Letters postmarked N
he be sent to Prof, Otto Graf, Dept. of NOTICES
German, 1079 Frieze Bldg.
of NSF Cooperative Fellows now in the--- -
tie first year of 2-year tenures have been USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
ie mailed forms to request confirma- NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
he ceived withina week, inform Associate recognized and registered student orga-
as Dean Miller, Room 118 Rackham Bldg. nizations only. Forms are available in
he I Room 1011 SAB.
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news sources. spread nationwide- I --was as mucI as exptieea re-
a porters were getting.
has taken to writing books "as a "I wanted to take it, but a
hobby. First Book friend convinced me it was just
Firstc tona case of the grass being greener
His first creation, entitled on the other side of the fence,
"Morning Glory Quarterback," hit so I didn't. I didn't regret it a
the bookstores just about a week bit when I found - out later that
ago. The book, published by Bobbs- the town the paper was in had
Merrill, Inc., is a football story temperatures of 112 degrees on
pitched toward an audience of 12 and off throh the summer

them in order before he got here,
though years of hard work on his
part have resulted in files whichI
are now relatively complete, at
least for the years after 1935.
"When I came here, people said
Willie Heston had scored 93
touchdowns in his career, which
was in the early 1900's," said Et-
ter. "I looked back through our

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day evenin gtestimony meeting, Thurs.,
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to 15-year-olds.
Although Etter says the book
is not meant as even a fictionaliz-
ed record of his experiences with
various football teams, little de-
tails in it reflect his years.of af-
filiation, with Michigan sports.
The book's hero, Rick Kirby, at-
tends "Midwestern" University,
and appears on the cover in a
blue and maize uniform.
Etter, whose other duties in-
clude preparing all thedprograms
for University sporting events, ar-
ranging seating accommodations
for the press at football and bas-
ketball.games, lining up interviews
with Bump Elliott for out-of-
town newsmen, and keeping an
exhaustive file of statistics on1
varsity gaies, also wrote short
stories for pulp magazines until
about 1950.
Creative Switch
"Then the three magazines I'
had been selling to all folded with-
in a few months," said Etter.
"When television came in, the
whole pulp-magazine industry suf-
fered badly." Etter gave up writ-
ing for a while and switched to
oil painting, which, like writing
short stories and later books, gives
him "creative satisfaction,"
"The secrete of relaxation," he
says, "is to find a hobby that dif-
fers from your work. Writing books
and stories, and painting, are dif-
ferent from writing news releases;
they are much more creative ac-
tivities. That's why they give me
release, the way other men find
release in golfing or hunting."
Morning Glory Reporter
Etter's interest in both sports,
and writing, of one sort or anoth-
er, go back to his days at the
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Crisler Goes East old newspapers and could only
While at Minnesota, Etter work- find about 60 or so ... finally, by
ed under Fritz Crisler for a few checking through newspapers from
years before Crisler left for Prince- the towns Michigan played in, we
ton and then Michigan. Next he established that he had actually
spent a few years on newspapers scored 76."
in Minneapolis and Duluth, with
the Associated Press, and with an - Idealist
advertising agency. Etter did not start writing his
He also briefly considered writ- first book until two years ago.
ing short stories for a living, after though he confesses that "Like all
the first two he submitted were newspapermen, I was always talk-j
accepted--and on the same day ing, or thinking at least, about
too-but the next eight or nine he 'The book I'm going to write'."
wrote were all rejected unmerci- Etter has written another book,
fully, so he decided this was not "Bullpen Hero,' 'also aimed at the
what he wanted, either. 12 to 15-year-old market, which
Finally, in 1944, the call came Bobbs-Merrill will publish early
for him to come to Michigan- next year.

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