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THUJRSDAY, MAICH 18, 1950TI T-TAN AL'
Yank Homers Bury
Phils- Reds Edge
Boston; Tigers Idle
Athletics Trim Brooklyn, 4-1; A
Sox Walk to Win over Cards, 11-4 $ I ~

By- The Associated Press
-.CLEARWATER, Fla. -- The
World's Champion New York
Yankees pounded out 20 hits, in-
cluding two grand .slam homers, to
crush the Philadelphia Phillies,
*23-6, yesterday.
Rookie first baseman Joe Col-
lins hit the first four-bagger
with the bases full in the third
inning. Gerry Coleman connect-
ed for a round-tripper with the
"bases loaded In the fourth inn-
Russ Meyer, who came to Bill
Kozarek's relief in the third inn-
ing; was the victim of both blows.
IN LAKELAND, the Detroit Tig-
ers had an off-day on hei eSpring
spent a three-hour sessicn fielding
bunts.
.They return to action today
against the Philadelphia Phil-
Slies.
Manager Red Rolfe took time
-out to advocate repeal of the
March 1 opening of spring train-
ing.
* * *
THE CINCINATTI REDS un-
wound again with their newly
found power hitting to knock off
the Boston Braves, 7 to 6, in a
Aloosely played encounter at Tam-
pa, Fla. .
The Reds racked up four home
runs, three of them coming in
the< sixth when Johnny 'Wyro-
stek, Ted Kluszewski and rookie
Sam Meeks hit for the circuit.
Red Stalicup also got a homer
'for the Redlegs.
* * *
*ROOKIE BOB HOOPER retir-
OFFICIAL
* BULLETIN
(Contlnued from Page 2)
Bureau of Appointments: .
U.S. Civil Service Commission
announces examination for Jun-
ior engineer (topographic) and
J'unior engineer (mining) Grades
GS-5 and GS-7. Closing date Mar.
28. For further information calJ
at the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 AdmInistration Building-.
Summer Positions: U.S. Civil
Service Commission announces ex-
amination for Student Aid (train-
ee) GS-3 and GS-4 for undergrad-
ixate engineers for duty with the
Central Region, Topographic Di-
vision, U.S. Geological Survey,
U.S. Department of Interior. Clos-
Ing date Mar. 28. For further in-
fromation call at the Bureau of
Appointment~s, 3528 Administra-
tion Building.
Bureau of Appointments:
The Trico Products Corporation,
Buffalo, New York, is interested
In interviewing graduates in Engi-
neering and Accounting who live
in western New York during the
spring vacation period.
The National Supply Company
,of Pittsburgh Pa., announces
openings for Mechanical Engi-
neers, Petroleum Engineer, Busi-
- ess Administration students and
other allied fields. Candidates ap-
plying must be in the upper quart-
er of their class scholastically.
For further information on the
above announcements call at the

bright future

ed nine men in order and permit-
ted only one ball to be hit out
of the infield as the Philadelphia
Athletics defeated the Brooklyn
Dodgers, 4-1 at West Palm Beach,
Fla
It was the A's third straight
win of the Spring training sea-
son
* * *
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -St.
Louis Cardinal pitchers gave up 13
bases on balls as the Boston Red
Sox scored their fourth straight
victory, 11 to 4. It was the Cards,'
third reverse at- the hands of
American League opposition.

--Daily-Ralph Clark
COLORADO BOUND-Michigan's hockey team is pictured at the Willow Run Air Terminal yester-
day afternoon just before boarding the chartered DC-6 airliner taking them to Colorado Springs
and the NCAA 'championship playoffs. For the trip, the Wolverines shared the plane with the Bos-
ton University and Boston College squads, who had taken off earlier from the East coast.

R uppPicks
NEW YORK-(IP)-Are CCNY's
redhot sophomores the "team of
destiny" of the 13th National In-
vitation Basketball Tournament?
Coach Adolph Rupp of Kentuc-
ky, who saw his Wildcats mowed
down by the eager Beavers, says
they are. He picks them to take
the title.
COACH FORREST Anderson of
Bradley's top-seeded entry, who
has watched Nat Holman's young
speedsters win to impressv vic-
LATE SCORES
HOCKEY
Boston 4, New York 1
BASEBALL
Browns 11, White Sox 2
Cleveland 12, Oakland 11 . - -
CuIbs 5, Los Angeles 4

CCNY to Capture NIT

playing the best basketball we've
seen," he commented.
Holman himself says "We'll
see." He acknowledges City is
jglaying the best basketball of
the campaign.
The City College of New York
team that has captured the imag-
ination of the fans will learn part
of the answer tonight when it
meets Duquesne 's deliberate "iron
men" in the semi-finals.
* , ,*-
THE GAME WILL OPEN the
double-header program that also
will send Bradley against St. John's
of Brooklyn, another high-spirited
local power whose enthusiasm is
fanned by hometown acclaim.
Despite City',s smashing tri-
umphs over defending champion
San Francisco and Kentucky, the
bookmakers rated the Beavers

just even with the Pittsburgh
Dukes. Bradley's poised veter-
ans rate a four-point edge over
St. John's.
If Duquesne is to take some of
the dash from CCNY it must de-
Wings Win Title
DETROIT-(UP)-The Detroit
Red Wings sewed up their sec-
ond straight National Hockey
League Championship here to-
night by whipping Montreal,
4 to 1, before 12,978 fans.
vise some means of stopping Ed
Warner, the talented 6-2%/ Negro
star who greased the skids for
both San Francisco and Kentucky.

Fletcher Nips
Adms,_3-3
Leading all the way, Fletcher
Hall dropped defending champion
Adams House out of title conten-
tion last night with a 39-36 win
at the Intramural Building.
The Fletcherites meet Chicago
House for the championship next
Wednesday at the I-M Open
House. Chicago defeated Strauss
House, 28-19, Monday, to reach
the finals.
Al Rotsko, who set a scoring re-
cord last season, paced Fletcher
with 15 markers. Ken Sivier had
12 for the losers. The winners us-
ed the fast break all the way, while
Adams relied on height off the
backboards for their tallies.

Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg.
Bureau of Appointments:
A representative of the Scott
Paper Company of Erie, Pa., will
be at the Bureau of Appointments
on Tues., Mar. 21, to interview
June graduates for sales positions
in their company. They are inter-
ested in men who wish to make
sales a career. For further Infor-
mation and appointments for in-
terviews, call the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Ext. 371.
The General Electric Company
of Schenectady, N.Y., will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Tues., Mar. 21. Applicants
are limited to men in their early
to middle twenties, with a "B" or
better scholastic average who are
interested in an accounting train-
ing program. Because men from
this training program are expected
to be capable of rising to supervis-
ory management positions, candi-
dates who have demonstrated
leadership qualities through extra-
curricular activities are given first
consideration. For interviews call
at the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building.
Bureau of Appointments:
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an exam-
ination for Wildlife Management
Biologist and Fishery Management
Biologist, Grades GS-7, 9, 11 and
12. Aiso, an examination for Bio-
logist (Federal Aid Supervisor),
Grades GS-9, 11 and 12.
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First United States Civil Serv-
ice Region announces an exam-
ination for Research Psychologist,
Grades GS-7 and GS-9. Appli-
cants for both grades must have
completed a full 4-year course in
an accredited college which has
included or been supplemented by
at least one course in statistics and
one course in experimental or phy-
siological psychology.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg.
Summer Positions. Representa-
tive of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments will be in Rm. 3B, Union,
Thurs., Mar. 16, 9-12, 2:15-4, to
discuss and answer questions con-
cerning employment during the
summer months.
Camp Positions. Representative
of Camp Keewano Wohelo, (girls)
Ottawa Beach, Mich., will be at
the Bureau of Appointments on
Sat., Mar. 18, to interview women
interested in positions as general
counselor for younger girls unit;
campcraft, archery, and canoeing
instructors. For appointment call
at 3528 Administration Bldg., or
call extension 2614.
(Continued on Page 3)

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