THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966
PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4,1966
Sweep Swim Meet
Maritime Administration, Washing-
ton, D.C.-Will interview on campus,
128 West Engineering Bldg., Feb. 20-
21 for summer positions. Looking for
Engineering Technicians, Mathematics
Assistant, Accounting Technicians.
The National Park Service, Philadel-
phia.-Planning and Service Center, De-
sign and Construction recruiting stu-
r.timir d f Psr 21
By KIM KENDALL
Mascara and brush are in the
locker room. Now she's just a typ-
ical Jock-limbering nerves and'
muscles, waiting, fighting. It's not
a Marti Walker original, but a
shapless, tank suit. Not Gayle's
hamster, but her butterfly. Not a
calculus test, but a 2:08.9. All
for the Maize and Blue . .. and an
over-used coffee, pot.
Michigan's feminine f i n n e r s
spalshed into victory yesterday
afternon in Matt Mann pool, win-
ning *the Women's Intercollegiate
Swimming and Diving Champion-
ship Meet by a towering tally of
93 points, leaving Kent State a
distant second place with a score
"The competition is getting bet-
ter and better," exclaimed Miss
Jo Phillips, coach of the victors.
"This year's, meet was the best
competition our swimmers have
Girls Meet Challenge
Perhaps it was the challenge
that inspired the Women Wolver-
ines as they piled up four firsts,
five seconds, three thirds, and two
new records in the 16-event com-
petition. At the end of the pre-
liminaries, Michigan had placed
into the finals of all but four of
the events, thus ranking them
with Bowling Green, Ohio. State,
Kent State, and Michigan State
as heavy contenders for the title.
Wayne State had a chance with
Olympic swimmer Cindy Goyette;
Westchester had Sue Gantner;
Central had Jo Ann Scarborough;
and North Carolina had Sue
Rossiquie. But Michigan had
Ginny Duenkle. And she was
more than enough.
A gold medalist at the 1964
Olympics, Ginny brought Mich-
igan a win in the 100-yard back-
stroke, and second in the 200-yard
freestyle, only four-tenths of a
second from the top spot.
Only Kansas State marred
what would have otherwise been
a relay monopoly, winning in the
200-yard event, as Michigan swept
up the 200-yard freestyle, 400-.
yard freestyle and 100-yard med-
ley relays. A record of 4:19.2 was
set in the 400-yard relay by Mich-
igan's Lynn Allison, Ellen Wei-
(continuea rom age z) scauvuvuu u
dents majoring in Architecture, Land-
-Medicine-Room 2033 (behind Den- scape Architecture and Engineering.
tistry). RmCivil and Highway Engineering. Must
-Natural Resources-Room 2023 (west file Announcement 401, final filing
end). date is Jan. 9, 1967.
-Social Work-Room 2023 (behind * * *
Natural Resources). Details and applications at Summer
-Flint College-Room 2023 (east end, Placement Service, 212 SAB.
behind Social Work). -
ii 1TarrhintnU 1~ili UUI JAit mD 1 45 n D O I
land, Kathy Van Buskirk, and
As one Michigan swimmer put
it, "We practice about three or
four times a week, for a couple
of hours each time. It's hard
work, but it's worth it-winning
this meet and. the trophy,"
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
* s* *
Guild House, Monday noon luncheon,j
"Bull Session," Dec. 5, 12-1 p.m., Guild
House, 802 Monroe.
* * *
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, Dec. 4, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
services, the Rev. Mossman guest
preacher, 11:15 a.m. Bible class--con-
* * *
OFFSET, University news and liter-
ary review, general meeting, Dec. 4,
2 p.m., Room 2521 SAB. Public, pros-
pective staff and contributors are wel-
- * * *
Sociedad °Hispanica, Tertulia-Span-
ish conversation in an Hispanic at-
mosphere, Mon., Dec. 5, 3050 Frieze
* * *
B'nai B'rith Hiliel, Hillel Deli House,
Dec. 4, 5:30 p.m., 1429 Hill. Prof. Ed-
ward Stasheff, Dept. of Speech, pre-
sents an illustrated talk: "Antennas
and Antiquities." Call 663-4129 for res-
31aenino itl uataxu: :4 pm. EDUCATION DIVISION:
John E, Milholland, chief marshal; The following schools will interview
Robert B. Harris, assistant chief mar- at the Bureau:
shal; Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr.. acting MON., DEC. 5-
assistant chief marshal. Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Crestwood
Schs.)-Elem , Elem. PE, Elem. Lib.,
Plta rt i nit Northville, Mich. (Wayne County
Training Sch.)-Spec. Ed., Ment. Hdcp
ANNOUNCEMENTS: and or Emot. Dist.dT
The December Peace Corps Test - Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Typ. Schs.)
ThegDenebr MonCrpD est ~~Elem., Vocal, Sec.--Bus. Ed., Sp. Corr.,
Will. ven on Mon, Dec, at 3 Visit. Toh., Diag., Perc. Hdcp.
Vis. at the downtown Postoffice, Matin: . ~ ichPereastdchia. S.
-t Catherine Sts. The regular second Elem At, Vocal, PE ,H )Ar
Saturday of the month test will not EngI.. Id. Arts Lib. Voc./Inst.. Type
be given. Bring completed applications A, Biol.. Cons. Health.
to testing center, available at Bureau 'Oak Park, II.-H.S. Engl., Hist., Span/;
of Appointments. Fr.. Art, Couns.
Commuity Career Opportunity Con- TUES., DEC. 6-
ferences-During the holiday vacation Westland, Mich. (Nankin-Mills Schs,)
Community Career Opportunity Con- -Elem., Art.
ferences are planned for employers to East Detroit, Mich.-Elem., Type A,
meet . students who graduated from Resource Art or Music or PE, J.H. SS,
local high schools and are attending Visit. Tch.
colleges elsewhere or in the area and Lake Orion, Mich.-Call office for!
are interested in opportunities in the fields.
Iarea. To pre-register write the local La Grange Park, Il.--Kdg., 5th grade.
Ch,--mbers of Commerce. Conferences Elem, Cons.-MA & exp., Guild-MA &
will be announced in the DOB from exp.
now until the holidays. Watch for your Kalamazoo, Mich.-Elem., Sec.-Sci.,
area. Math, Engl., Vocal, Inst.. Art, Girls
Operation Native Son, Peoria, I1. - PE, Couns.-Man, Ed. Ment. Hdcp.,
Dec. 28 & 29. Hotel Pere Marquette. 23 Train. Ment. Hdcp., Emot. Dist., Phys.
large companies participating. Hdcp. Diag., Soc. Worker, Speech Ther.
Opportunity Native Son, Grand Rap- WED., DEC. 7-
ids, Mich.-Dec. 28. Grand Rapids Civic St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview
Auditorium, 25 employers present. Schs.)-Elem., Lib., Engl., SS, Sci.,
Operation Native Sons and Daugh- i Hard of Hearing.
ters, Adrian, Mich.-Restricted to 67-68 Hanover, Mich. (Hanover - HortonI
grads of Lenawee County. Dec. 28, Siena Schs)-Elem., Inst. Music, Chem./Phys.
Heights College. Bridgeport, Mich.-Elem., J.H. Set.
Operation Native Son and Daughter, San Jose, Calif.-All Fields.
Dayton, Ohio-Dec. 28 & 29. Statler-Hil- Mason, Mich.-Elem., Swim Coach,j
ton Inn. Interview sched. arranged on Wrestling Coach, Draft.
Dec. 27. 75 well known companies in- THURS., DEC. 8-
terviewing: Taylor, Mich.-Elem., Sec.-SS, Home
Ec, Girls PE, Visit. Tch.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: Grosse Ile, Mich.-Elem., Band, J.H.-
212 SAB- Boys PE/Gen. Sci., Vocal/Gen.
Working for Uncle Sam: You must } Royal Oak, Mich.-Elen., lem. Span.,
take the Office and Science Examina- Deaf, Type A, J.H.--Block Time .(Engl./
tion. Filing date for Jan. 7 examina- SS), Girls PE, Sec.-Amer. Hist., Type
tion is Dec. 9, and the final filing date A, Engl., Ind. Arts.
is Jan. 9, for the final examination of FRI., DEC. 9-
Feb. 4 Bay City, Mich. (Bangor Twp. Schs.)
Farm Management Supervisor Trainee -Elem., J.H.-Sci., Lib., Math, H.S. -
Program: Closing application date Feb. Guid., Math.
28, 1967. Saginaw, Mich. (Carrollton Schs.) -
Government Trainee Program: For Elem., JH.-Girls PE, Engl./Sci.
Cartography, Chemistry, Engineering,. Mt. Clemens, Mich.-Elem., Art, Elem./
Mathematics. Oceanography, Physics. J.H.-Boys PE, Girls PE, J.H. Vocal,
Closing date for applications March 2, Sp. Ther., Visit. Tch.
1967. Port Huron, Mich.-Elem., Math, Phys-
National Music Camp, Interlochen, ics, Gen. Sol., Shop, Draft., Elec., Ind.
Mich. - Will interview here Dec. 7. Arts, Bus Ed./Dist. Ed., Spec. Ed.,
Looking for counselors. , Guid., Elem., Art, Elen. Music, Diag.
Camp Onota, Mass.-Boys camp will* *
interview here on Dec, 6 and 8 from For additional information and ap-
10 to 1. Looking for general counse- pointments contact Miss Collins, Bureau'
tors, specialists in tennis, swimming of Appointments, Education Division.
SWSI). drama, music and sailing. 3200 SAB,,764-7459.
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