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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By CHARLIE TOWLE
Playing like they were- following
a well planned script, Michigan's
varsity overwhelmed the freshman
squad 138-71 last night at Yost
Field House.
High scorer for the varsity was
center Bill Buntin with 33 points.
Craig Dill led the freshmen with
a total of 26 points.
The game started off fairly
evenly, after the varsity had
warmed up the crowd of around
4,000 fans by making ten dunk
shots in a row in the pre-game
drill. Dill made the first basket of
the new basketball season, and
by the 2:12 mark of the first
quarter the freshmen and varsity
game was only 20-20. Then the
varsity got off their heels and by
half time had run the score to 64-
32.
Elongated
The game was played in 12
minute quarters instead of the
regulation 20 minute halfs ac-
counting, somewhat, for the high
score of the contest. However, even
cutting the game off at the 40
minute time Michigan's varsity
would have scored 108 points. The
varsity shot at nearly 50 per cent
from the floor, far better than last
year's shooting percentage of only
36 per cent.
Other high scorers for the var-
sity in the annual warmup were
Cazzie Russell with 27 points, Oli-
ver Darden with 19 points and
George Pomey with 13 points. Den-
nis Banke was the second leading
scorer for the freshmen with 16
points.
Dave Strack expressed satisfac-
tion in the job his varsity did and
also way pleased with the showing
of the freshmen. He also was hap-
py with the farmly enthusiastic
crowd, all of which went to make
up a happy evening for Mr. Strack.
Experience Needed
Strack said the main idea of
the game was to "give the young
guys a chance to play before a
crowd." To do this he sent in
fresh players every six to eight
minutes. Although he said he
won't "platoon" the squad as much
as he did last night he still "wants
to play the young players as much
as possible in the early games."
As far as outstanding players
in this first game of the new sea-
son, Strack singled out Russell and
Buntin as the best. "Buntin had
a slow start, because of trouble
with technicalities like traveling,
but he played real good in the sec-
ond. half," he said. Russell who
was playing guard on offense and
forward on defense part of the
time to take advantage of his 6'5"
height made ten layups before he
sunk his first outside shot of the
game.
One of the most ignomious highs
of the game was registered by Ray
Kurlak of the freshman squad,
who managed to squeeze eight

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Michigan will be practicing at Muncie, Ind, scheduled for
Thanksgiving Day morning and Saturday.4
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the second half of the game, limp-
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a trip to the locker room he re-
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THE BIG 'O'-Michigan's version, anyway, is 6'7" forward Ollie
Darden, who has yet to win a starting spot but scored 19 points
for the varsity last night. Watching Darden's layup are fresh-
men Ray Kerlach (left), Craig Dill (42) and sophomore Cazzie
Russell (33).

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CAZZIE HITS-Cazzie Russell, Michigan's 65" sophomore guard from Chicago Carver, scored 27
points in the varsity's 137-71 victory over the freshmen last night. Here Russell (33) shoots over
6'10" freshman center Craig Dill (42), while center Billy Buntin (22), who hit 33 points for the var-
sity, cuts toward the basket. At the left is frosh guard Odell Hancox (32); at the right is soph-
omore foxward Ollie Darden.

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National Program for Grad School
Selection: Application blanks are avail-
able for. the Grad Record Exam tests
to be held during 1964. They may be
picked up in Room 122 Rackham Bldg.
The administration of the test will be
on Sat., Jan. 18, and applications must
be received in Princeton, N.J., by Jan.
3, 1964.
National Teacher Exams: Application
blanks are available for the National'
Teacher Exams test to be held in 1964.
They may be picked up in Room 122
Rackham Bldg. Administration of the
test will be on Sat., Feb. 15, 1964 and
applications must be received in Prince-
ton, N.J., by Jan. 31.
Academic Calendar: In answer to
questions raised about the Academic
Calendar, it should be noted that the
last day of classes for the fall semester
is Thurs., Dec. 12. Fri., Dec. 13, and
Sat., Dec. 14, are designated as study
days. No classes are scheduled for these
days.
Events
Hockey-U-M vs. Queens, Mich. Coli-
seum, 8 p.m., Nov. 29 & 30.
School of Music Doctoral Recital -
Robert Jones, organ: Till Aud., 8:30
p.m., Dec. 1.
Placement
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
Detroit Civil Service Commission-Ap-1
plications avail, at Summer Placement.I

Applicants will be interviewed on Dec. 6
for the following jobs: Park Mainten-
ance Ass't., Playleaders, Camp Counse-
lors, Public Service Attendants, Swim-
ming positions with W.S.I., Student
Engnr. grades 1 & 2, Student Technical
Ass't. (Bus. Ad., Social Science, Gen-
eral Sci.) & student Medical Ass't. All
applicants must be at least 18 yrs. old,
citizens of the U.S. & residents of De-
troit, Mich. Detroit residence waived
for Student Engnr. grade No. 2.
Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, Ill. -
Will conduct personal interviews for
positions on its 1964 College Board at
the Oakbrook Center on Dec. 26, 27, 30,
& 31 and Jan. 2 & 3. Appointments are
necessary & may be obtained by writing
Mr. E. Beaudette, Employment Office,
Oakbrook store. Applicants must be
Chicago area residents; fr. & soph.
pref.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of
Appointments--Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for appts. with the
following:
TUES., DEC. 3-
Cleco Air Tools, Houston, Texas -
(p.m. only)-Men, Dec. grads. Seeking
Liberal Arts, Bus. Ad. or Engrg. ma-
jors, for positions as Sales Trainees.
Location: Mich.
WED., DEC. 4-
Gerber Products Co., Fremont, Mich
-Men (women for research only), Dec.
& May grads. Seeking Liberal Arts,
Bus. Ad., Chem., Bacti., Biology & re-
lated areas. Positions: Admin. Trainees,
Production Trainees, Mktg. Trainees,
Res. & Dev. Location: Fremont.
THURS., DEC. 5-
Michigan Civil Service Commission,
Lansing, Mich.-Men & women. Seeking
students interested in working for the

Mich. Civil Service. Trainee programs
in many areas including Admin. An-
alyst, Buyer, Econ. Res., Highway Plan-
ning, Institution Mgmt., Insurance Ex-
aminer, Personnel Technician, Correc-
tions Psychologist & many others.
U.S. Information Agency-A. Carter
will be on campus Dec. 5 & 6 to fur-
nish information to interested students
concerning the Foreign Service exami-
nations to be held in March & Dec.,
1964. Majors in Econ., Poli. Set., For.
Lang., Hist., Anthro., Journ., Speech,
Philo., & Gen. Lib. Arts are sought. Lo-
cations might be any one of 106 coun-
tries. Further information & brochures
at Bureau of Appointments.
FRI., DEC. 6-
Columbia Univ., Grad. Sch, of Busi-
ness, New York, N.Y.-Men & women.
Dec. & May grads. Seeking students
with a degree in any field of study
including Bus. Ad. & Engineering. Posi-
tions: Study Program for MBA & PhD
in Bus. Ad.
TUES., DEC. 10-
Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston,
Texas-Men & women, Dec. & May
grads. General Liberal Arts majors-esp.
Econ., Poll. Set., & Public Admin. Posi-
tions: Management Intern Program.
WED., DEC. 11-
National Security Agency, Washing-
ton, D.C.-Men & women. Seeking ma-
jors in Math & Engrg. who are interest-
ed in the NSA. These people are not
subject to the Entrance Exam & may
make an appointment for an interview.
Non-tech. students-only those who
passed the Oct. qualifying exam are
eligible to interview. Students who pass

the Dec. 7 exam will be interviewed on
Feb. 6.
Harvard Univ., Grad. Sch. of Bus. Ad.,
Boston, Mass.-Men & women. Dec., May
& Aug. grads. Seeking degree in any
area of study including engrg. Positions:
the interviewer would like to talk with
students planning managerial careers
who might be considering grad. study
in prep. for their work.
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