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GE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 29,1962

QE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. APRIL 29.1962

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
wiry of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 354 Administration Building
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
publication.

SUNDAY, APRIL 29

The Greenhouses of the University of
Michigan Botanical Gardens will be
open to the faculty, students and their
friends on Sun., April 29 from 3:00 to
5:00 p.m.
Events Monday
Reading with commentary by Denise
Levertov, young American poet, on
Mon., April 30, in Angell Hall Aud. A
at 4:10 p.m. All interested persons are
invited to attend.
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar, "Use of Logic
Structure Tables" by Peter Roosen-
Runge and Dr. W. Kincaid at 4:00 p.m.
on Mon., April 30, Computing Center,
Seminar Room.
Communication Sciences Colloquium:
Prof. Alex Bavelas, Stanford University,
will speak on "A Simple Arithmetic for
Adding Shapes" on Mon., April 30 at
4:15 pm. in Aud. C.
Political Science Graduate Round
Table: Mon., April 30, 3:00 p.m. Room
3B, Michigan Union. Dr. Harold Swayze,
Department of Political Science, on
"Politics and Literature - Soviet Rus-
sia."
Doctoral Examination for Loren Earl
Pennington, History; thesis: "The Ori-
gins of English Promotional Literature
for America, 1553-1625," Mon., April 30,
3609 Haven Hall, at 11:00 a.m. Chair-
man, Howard H. Peckham.

Doctoral Examination for James Ar-
thur Ford, Metallurgical Engineering;
thesis: "The Kinetics of 950 "F Isother-
mal Temper Embrittlement of 3140,
4140, and 4340 Sterns," Mon., April 30,
4219 E. Engin. Bldg., at 3:30 p.m.,
Chairman, C. A. Siebert.
Doctoral Examination for Yuzuru
Takeshita, Sociology; thesis: "Socio-
economic Correlates of Urban Fertility
in Japan," Mon., April 30, 5606 Haven
Hall, at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, Ronald
Freedman.
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Duane Strom, Education; thesis: "A
Comparison of Behavioral Norm Prop-
erties between Teachers and Senior
High School Students," Mon., April 30,
E. Council Room, Rackham Bldg., at
2:00 p.m. Chairman, A. F. Zander.
Events Tuesday
Doctoral Examination for David Law-
rence Margules, Psychology; thesis:
"Motivational Producing Properties of
the Feeding System of the Rat Hypo-
thalamus," Tues., May 1, 7615 Haven
Hall, at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, James
Olds.
Doctoral Examination for Paul Rob-
ert Lehman, Music; thesis: "The Har-
monic Structure of the Tone of the
Bassoon," Tues., May 1, 110 Lane Hall,
at 4:15 p.m., Chairman, A. P. Britton.

General Notices
The Student chapter of the American
Guild of Organists will meet Monday,
April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the basement
of Lane Hall. There will be an elec-
tion of new officers and a discussion
on AGO examination requirements..
Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and
Schools of Business Administration,
Education, Music, and Public Health.
Tentative lists of seniors for June grad-
uation have been posted on the bulletin
board in the first floor lobby, Admin.
Bldg. Any changes therefrom should
be requested of the Recorder at Office
of Registration and Records, window
A, 1513 Admin Bldg.

Placement
Placement Interviews: Bureau of Ap-
pointments: Seniors and grad. students,
please call Ext. 3544 for interview ap-
pointments with the following:
Fri., May 4
U.S. Department of Labor, Washing-
ton, D.C. - Men and women; BA or MA
Econ., Math, Public Admin. and Polt.
Set. for positions as Labor Economist,
Analytical Stat., Claims Examiner,
Mgmt. Intern, Budget Examiner, Ad-
min. Analyst, Labor-Mgmt. Report Ana-
lyst, Electrical Computing, Office Mgmt.
and many others. Locations throughout
U.S.
Tues., May 8
Dentists Supply Co. of New York --
Men; any degree for positions in Mar-
keting as Sales Reps. to sell to dealers
only but will also call on dentists. Lo-
cations throughout U.S.
Wed., May 9
Household Finance Corp. - Men; de-
gree in any area to become manager
of Branch Finance Office. Accelerated
Mgmt. Trng. Prog. in Chicago area with
eventual re-location to any part of U.S.
May 8-il
U.S. Navy - Naval Officers Procure-
ment Team from Det. and Naviator
Team from Naval Air Station, Grosse
Ile, Mich. will interview potential offi-
cer candidates Tues. through Fri., in the
Fishbowl in Mason Hall. Will furnish
material on all Navy Officer Programs.
Beginning the week of April 30, the
following schools will be at the Bureau
to interview candidates for the 1962-
1963 school year.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
ALBION, MICH.-Elem., Elem. Art,
Cons., Sp. Ther., Ind. Arts, Comm., alg/
Geom. Vocal/Strings, Jr. HS & HS SS.
CLARKSTON, MICH.-Elem.; Math.,
Engl., Sci., Home Ec., Girl's PE, Engl.,
Couns.
MONROE, MICH. (Custer Sch. Dist.)
--Elem.; Elem. Vocal, Elem. PR.
NEW BOSTON, MICH. - Elem.: HS
Math (Alg/Geom.), Chem/Phyg., Engl.,
Girl's PE, Home Ec., Ind. Arts; Kdg.;
Jr. HiS.
STOCKBRIDGE, MICH. - Elem.;
Speech, Drama/Engl., Math, Span/Engl.,
Engl.
TRENTON, MICHR;-2nd grade.
THURSDAY, MAY 3
CORUNNA, Mich.-Voc. Ag., Comm.,
Sci/Math, SS, Boy's PE, Engl., Head
West, Bskt. Coach,
CLEVELAND, O.-(Beechwood Bch.)-
Elem., Secondary.
SOUTHGATE, MICH.-Elem.; Secon-
dary, Jr. HS Ment. Handi.
SAGINAW, MICH.-(Saginaw Twsp.)
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
USIA - Several openings for one yr.
Management Trng. Prog. starting Aug-
ust '62 in Wash., D.C. Trainees will
learn internal mgmt. and will be as-
signed to agency hqrs. staff at grade
GS-9. One or two may be assigned
overseas; others may apply later. Will
consider any graduate interested in
mgmt. but majors in Bus. Ad., Public
Ad., Poll, Sci., and Econ. preferred. Mr.
Deckard of USIA will be on campus
in about 10 days to interview interested
students as follows:
1. Those who have passed the Federal
Service Entrance Exam (FSEE) and as-
signed a GS-7 rating.
2. Those who have passed the Mgmt.
Intern exam and orals in Apr.
3. Anyone planning to take FSEE in
May whose grades are B average min.
or in upper i4 of class.
4. Men with MA degree or with BA
plus one yr. exper.
Please call Bureau of Appointments
immed., Ext. 3544. Must sign for Inter-
views by Tues., May 1.
Attn-: Foreign Students - U.S. Army
Language School, Calif. seeking lang.
teachers for Albanian, Bulg., Czech,
French, Korean, Persian, Polish, Ro-
man., Russian, Serbe-Croat., Thai, Viet-

namese. Must be native-born speaker
of the lang. Need not be U.S. citizen.
Men pref. with college courses in land,
Linguistics, or educ. plus 2 yrs. exper.
in teaching; writing, admin., or mili-
tary. (Applications and instructions
avail, at Bureau of Appts., 3200 SAB.)
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, April 29,
2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St. Ea
trance.
s , ,
Wesleyan Foundation, Student Cab-
inet Luncheon, April 30, 12 Noon, Pine
Room.
s e
VOICE Political Party, Executive Com-
mittee meeting, Monday, 5:00 p.m., third
floor SAB.
Major League
Standings'
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Cleveland 9 4 .692 -
New York 8 5 .615 1
Chicago 9 7 .563 11/
Detroit 7 6 .538 2
Kansas City 9 8 .529 2
Baltimore 7 7 .500 2/z
Boston 7 7 .500 2 _
Los Angeles 7 8 .467 3
Minnesota 7 9 .438 3 /z
Washington 2 11 .154 7
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 7, Detroit 6
New York 10, Washington 3
Cleveland 8, Minnesota 7
Chicago 7, Boston 6 (10 innings)
Baltimore at Kansas City, (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Detroit
Baltimore at Kansas City
Boston at Chicago (2)
Minnesota at Cleveland (2)
New York at Washington (2)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

By TOM WEBBER
While everyone else was avail-
ing themselves of the splendid sun-
shine yesterday, football coach
Bump Elliott ran his charges
through a two-and-a-half hour
scrimmage at the stadium.
Two and one-half hours under
blazing sunshine has never pro-
duced impressive performances
and yesterday was no exception-
the result being an uninspiring six
touchdown to one victory for the
Blue squad.
The outcome was not unexpect-
ed, since the first three units
comprised the Blue team, but El-
liott was disappointed in the
team's showing. "We didn't pro-
gress much from last week's
scrimmage," he said.
Fumbilitis
Elliott was particularly disap-
pointed, in fact "disgusted," as
he put it, with the faulty ball-
handling of the varsity. ''he Blues
lost no less than four fumbles.
"We can't be giving the ball away
like that," he mourned, In addi-
tion the Blue team also gave up
the ball three times on intercep-
tions.
Elliott excused the offensive
sluggishness some by pointing out
.that they had worked much hard-
er on defense during the past week
than during the first week of prac-
tice.
Three Impress
All was not lost however, for
there were three very impressive
performances among the sophi,-
mores-to-be. Halfback Dick Rind-
fuss and quarterback Bob Timber-
lake for the Blue, and fullback
Mel Anthpny for the Whites gave
good accounts of themselves.
Rindfuss, who has been running
with the second unit; carried the
ball nine times for 47 yds., includ-
ing a five-yd. burst for a touch-
down. He also took a flat pass 62
yds. to set up another score.
Runs and Throws
Timberlake, a big 210-lb. signal
caller displayed both running and
passing excellence while Angmneer-
ing four of the touchdown drives.
He showed an affinity fpr the
roll-out, carrying the ball nine
times for a total of 76 yds. and
completing three of four passes for
another 35 yds.
The one brignt spot for the
White squad was Anthony, a 190-
pounder from Cincinnati. He car-
ried 12 times foi: 54 yds. and was
the only consistent ground gainer
for his side all afternoon. "We
feel he's progressing quite well,"
Elliott said.
Dave Glinka, the two-year vet-
eran quarterback of the WoIver-

ines, started the game and ran a
backfield of Jim Ward, Bill Las-
key and Bruce McLenna. Glinka
loosened up his arm early with a
48-yd. scoring tess to Captain Bob
Brown. He also started Rindfuss's
62-yd. effort, but otherwise had
two interceptions in his six at-
tempts.
Two other quarterback candi-
d tes, Bob Chandler and Frosty
Evashevsai, did not participate in
the sessioa. Chandaer has been
quite sick this wint ei and prob-
ably will not, see tnv action this
spring. EvashevsKi had some back
trouble last week. but should be
ready to go in next Saturday's
scrimmage.
Mas Power
McLenna, trying to fill the void
at fullbac& this ytar, gained 35
yds. in six attempts and scored a
touchdown. "He has the power,
but he's stih got to improve," El-
liott said. "Ile has to learn how
to use his bi :cks ".
The' Wolverines showed a new
offensive weapon late'I in the
scrimmage. Tom Prichard, a quar-
terback being tried out at half-
back, twice threw a pass after re-
ceiving a pitchout and completed
one for 18 yds. "It gives the of-

Blues hip whites as Gridders
Hold Unimpressive Scrimmage,

Stlandings

fense an added threat," Elliott
said. "We'll use it when he's in
the ball game."
Prichard scored a touchdown on
a two-yd. plunge and gained 36
yds. in eight other carries.
In the line, Elliott singled out
sophomore center Jim Green as
the best performer.
The scrimmage was good in that
it marked another day that the
Wolverines escaped without seri-
ous injury.
Not a bad accomplishment con-
sidering last fall's conglomeration
of misfortune.
'PurdueWi ns
Special To The Daily
Playing in their second meet of
the still young season, Michigan's
golf team finished third in the
quadrangular tournament held
yesterday at Illinois. The Wolver-
ines won one match while drop-
ping two.
Purdue, co-winner of last week's
tournament at Ohio State, swept
the field once again by downing
Ohio State, 18/2-17%; Michigan,
241.l11/2; and Illinois 29-7. The
Buckeyes turned in a surprising
performance after last week's last
place finish and wound up second
with two victories and ohe defeat.
Illinois ended in the cellar, drop-
ping all three matches.
Besides losing to Purdue, the
Wolverines dropped a lopsided
match to Ohio State, 261-7/2.
Michigan's only victory came on a
20/2-151/2 score over the host Il-
lini.
Unimpressive
Captain Bill Newcomb was med-
alist for the team with an 80-76--
156 total. Experience seemed to be
the keyword as returning letter-
men Tom Pendlebury and Chuck
Newton posted 8-1-76-157, and 80-
78-158 totals respectively.
Sophomore Gary Mouw put to-
gether rounds of 83 and 78 for a
161 while Tom Ahern, who just
joined the squad this week, shot
80 and 82 for 162. The biggest dis-
appointment of the day was the
performance of sophomore Dave
Cameron, who held medalist hon-
ors last week for Michigan. Camer-
on could only muster an 82-90-
172.
Michigan's next golf match will
be Saturday, May 5, against
Northwestern and the University
of Detroit at Ann Arbor.

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

W L Pct.
10 3 .769
11 4 .733
12 5 .706
12 6 .667
6 7 .462
7 9 .438
6 8 .429
7 10 .412
4 13 .235
2 12 .143
RESULTS

GB
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4I/4
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MICHIGAN 5 1 .8
Illinois 5 1 .8
Ohio State 4 2 .6
Wisconsin 3 3 .5(
Northwestern 2 3 4
Indiana 2 3 .4
Michigan State 1 2 .3
Purdue 1 5 .1
Iowa 0 1 .0(
Minnesota 0 2 .0
Big Ten Baseball Results
Illinois 3-2, Indiana 1-3
Ohio State 8-5, Purdue 0-2
Wisconsin 4-3, Northwestern 3-2
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New York 8, Philadelphia 6
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4
San Francisco 11, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 1
Milwaukee at Houston, night
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Houston
Philadelphia at New York (2)
Cincinnati ataSt. Louis (2)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (2)
Chicago at San Francisco (2)
Tie
wesIn PBArFinals
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (P) - Dick
Agee of San Jose, Calif., rolled
225 to beat Ray Bluth of St.
Louis, Mo., in the finals of Pro-
fessional Bowlers Association Las
Vegas Open Tournament.

Cool, clean Old Spice After Shave Lotion always
gets you off to a fast, smooth start. Feels just as
good between shaves as it does after shaving.
Rates A-OK with dates.

- AFTER SHAVE
LOTION

At RelaysQ
DES MOINES, Iowa P) - Flori-
da A&M's strapping sophomore
speedster, Bob Hayes, won the
100-yard dash as expected, but in
a disappointing :09.5 seconds at
the 53rd Drake Relays yesterday:
The weather, chill 50-degree
temperatures under a dismal sky,
apparently wasn't to the liking of
Hayes, a football halfback who
earlier this spring was timed in
:09.2. Friday the 180-pound swiftie
matched the Drake record with a
:09.4 qualifying time.

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