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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1956

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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Gagmier

Departs

for

Olympics

Today

Gymna ic Star Represents Canada;
To Miss First Meets of 'M' Season

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Five Teams In Race For SEC Title;
Georgia Tech, Tennessee Hold Lead

By AL WINKELSTEIN
competition last year, Gagnier
Michigan's Ed Gagnier, Cana- scored approximately 40 per cent
da's sole representative in the of the gym squad's points in dual
men's division of the Olympic meets. He won the conference title
gymnastic competition, will leave in the parallel bars and long horse,
for the Games in Melbourne today. and was runner-up in the all
A big send-off for the Wolver- around in the Big Ten meet.
me junior has been planned by He climaxed the season by plac-
his home town, Windsor, Ont. In ing second in the all around and
addition to Gagnier, Windsor is _________________
providing both the Canadian rep- Juniors interested in being
resentative to the women's divi- hockey managers please contact
sion and the team's coach. me at NO 3-0521, Extension 324.
L.unp Widrcrnh w

ever he has been working out with
the Michigan squad to get into
shape for the competition.
To Miss Meets
Gagnier will miss the Wolver-
ines first two meets of the season,
but he is expected to be back for
the second semester competition,
which includes most of the dual
meets against Big Ten teams.
However, he will assist Coach
Newt Loken in the annual gym-
nastic clinic which will be held at
Sarasota, Fla., during the Christ-
mas vacation.
Althoughthe Games officially
open on November 22, the gym-
nastic competition is not sched-
uled to begin until the last four
days of competition, Dec. 4-7,

By BRUCE BENNETT
With four weeks of football re-
maining, the Southeastern Confer-
ence title is still as much "up-in-
the-air" as it was four weeks ago.
Much will hang in the balance
of the Georgia Tech-Tennessee
battle at Atlanta, Ga., this Satur-
day. Both are undefeated in the
conference so far, Tech having
four wins and Tennessee three.
But these two teams are not,
by any stretch of the imagination,

ED GAGNIER PAIGE COTHERN
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Gagnier plans to leave Windsor Hockey Manager
on Monday night and will fly to
Vancouver, where he will join up in the parallel bars, and fourth
with the rest of Canada's Olym- in the high bar in the NCAA meet.
pice teams. The group is scheduled Because of the Games, the slen-
to arrive in Melbourne on Novem- der Canadian was forced to take
ber 16. a leave of absence from school
In his first season of varsity during the first semester.' How-

WIN FREE MOVIE TICKETS:
Grid Picks Contest Invites All To Enter

the only ones In the battle for the
SEC championship. Still in the
running are .Florida, Tulane and
Mississippi, making this conference
race one of the most hectic on the
college scene.
Favorite Now
Georgia Tech must rule as the
favorite at this point, providing
it can get by Tennessee this Sat-
urday. Coach Bobby Dodd's Engi-
neers have an advantage in that
they play eight conference games,
at least one more than each of
its other prime rivals.
Tech could, therefore, afford to
flose to either Alabama, Florida or
Georgia and still wind up on top.
Tennessee, on the other hand,
must win its four remaining games
to stay in contention. After Tech,
the Vols must face Mississippi,
Kentucky and Vanderbilt on suc-
cessive Saturdays--a stiff assign-
ment for a team with title hopes.
To stay in the race, the three
other teams-Mississippi, Tulane
and Florida-must win all their
remaining games. "Ole Miss" and
Tulane are hampered by the fact
that they play only six league
games and already have one loss to
show for their efforts.
Produce Backs
One sidelight that this race has
produced is an outstanding array

of backs seen in any one section,
Georgia Tech has an "All Ameri-
can backfield," consisting of Wade
Mitchell, Johnny Menger, George
Volkert and Paul Rotenberry.
Among the other are Johnny
Majors and Carl Smith of Tennes-
see, Paige Cothern of Mississippi,
Gene Newton of Tulane and Jackie
Simpson of Florida.
In the Atlantic Coast Confer-
ence, the three year domination of
Maryland and Duke is about to be
broken. Unheralded Clemson needs
only a win against Maryland or
Virginia to assure this.
Orange Bowl Close
Meanwhile, Coach Frank How-
ard's Tigers must stave off a last
ditch attempt by South Carolina
to go to the Orange Bowl-a bid
that goes to the ACC champ like
the Rose Bowl does in the Big
Ten.
South Carolina's only league loss
was to Clemson, 7-0, two weeks
ago. Should the Tigers remain un-
defeated the problem will be solved
nicely. But a Clemson loss could
push South Carolina into the lime-
light, since they play two more
games in the league than does
Clemson.
NHL SCORE
Montreal 4, Toronto 3
Boston 4, New York 2

ORANZTINNOTICES
Modern Dance Club, There will not ' Sigma Alpha Eta, meeting, discussion Roger Williams Fellowship, Ypsi work
be a meeting today. of speech therapy techniques, 7:15 p.m., party, 7 p.m., Friday, Guild House.
Hillel, beginning Hebrew class, 7 p.m., Speech Clinic. Congregational and Disciples Student
Hillel. Political Issues Club, organization Guild, drama interest group, meeting,
Christian Science Organization, meet- !meeting, 8 p.m. room 3L, Union, speak- 8:30 p.m., Friday, Guild House.
ing, 7:30 p.m., Upper Room, Lane Hall. er: Prof. M. Janowitz. Acolytes Philosophy Club, meeting, 8
Riding Club, crop and saddle tryouts, Michigan Crib Society, meeting, 8 p.m., Friday, East Conference Room,
7 p.m., WAB. p.m., 3S Union, speaker: Prof. Burke Rackham, speaker: Robert Olson, "A
Lutheran Students Association, ves- Shartel, "Legal Problems of Artificial Naturalistic Interpretation of Con-
per service, 9:30 p.m., chapel. I1Insemination." science".
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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You still have time to enter thisj
week's Grid Pick contest.
This week's winner will receive
two free tickets to either the State
Theater, which will feature "Be-
tween Heaven and Hell," or to
the Michigan Theater, which will
show "23 Steps to Baker Street."
For your convenience, there will
be official entry blanks at the
main desk on the second floor of
The Daily. However, if you prefer,
just mail your entry to "Grid
Picks," Student Publications Build-
ing, 420 Maynard.
Deliver to Daily
If you want to deliver your
entry, just drop it off at the main
desk of The Daily in the Grid Pick
box.
Please print your name, address
and telephone number on your
entry and don't forget to include
your forecast of the score of the
Michigan-Illinois game as this will
Pre-Mledical Society
MEETING
TONIGHT at 7:30
Aud. B.

be the deciding factor in case of a!
tie.
All entries must reach the Sports
Desk no later than noon tomorrow.
Don't delay-get your selections
in early.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN
2. Alabama at Tulane
3. California at Southern Cal.
4. Clemson at Maryland
5. Harvard at Princeton
6. Indiana at Ohio State
7. Iowa at Minnesota
8. Navy at Duke
9. Northwestern at Wisconsin
10. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
11. Oklahoma at Iowa State

12. Oregon State at Stanford
13. Pennsylvania at Yale
14. Purdue at Michigan State
15. Rice at Arkansas
16. Tennessee at Georgia Tech
17. Texas at Baylor
18. Texas A&M at SMU
19. UCLA at Washington
20. Vanderbilt at Kentucky
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(Continued from Page 4)
Applied Mathematics Seminar: (Math
347) Thurs., Nov. 8 at 4:00 p.m. in Room
247, West Eng. Building. Robert Wasser-
man will speak on "A Formulation and
Solution of the Fluid Flow Equations."
Refreshments at 3:30 in Room 247, West
Engineering Bldg.
Psychology Colloquium. Dr. David
McClelland, Harvard University, will
speak on "Role of Achievement Motiva-
tion in Economic Development." Fri.,
Nov. 9, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Events Today
Two Color Films produced by Audio-
Visual Center will have first public
campus showing Thurs., Nov. 8 at
8:00 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall. They
} are "A Decade of Achievement" and
"Children With Cleft Palates". Second
showing at 9:00 p.m. if there is an over-
flow crowd at 8:00 p.m.
Coming Events
Current ideas and information on
week-end work camps will be presented
to any interested persons at a coffee
houre, Fri., Nov. 9, at Lane Hall, 4:15
to 5:30 p.m.
Placement TNotices
The following school will be at the
Bureau of Appointments, on Nov. 13 to
interview for teachers.
Grand Rapids, Michigan-All Ele-
mentary grades; Speech Correction;
Girls Elementary Physical Education.
For additional information contactI
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Opportunity for Further Education:I
Katharine Gibbs School, New York,
New York, is offering 1957 Secretarial
Training Scholarships which includej
full tuition at one of four schools and

a cash grant. The scholarships are
open to college or university senior
women interested in business. Appli-
cations and information are available
at the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., ext. 371. Schools are in
Boston, New York, Providence, and
Montclair, N. J. There are three train-
ling courses: one year, two year, and a
special course for college women.
Personnel Requests:
Easton Recreation Board, Easton, Pa.,
is looking for a man with a degree in
Recreation and some experience in this
field for the position of Recreation Di-
rector to work with a large summer
staff in schools and for the city und-
er the superintendent of schools and
the city recreation board.
City of Birmingham, Michigan, needs
a man with a background in BusAd or
Acctg. to work as Assistant to the Fi-
nance Director in Acctg. and Office Su-
pervision work.
Johnson & Son, Inc.,' Racine, Wie.,
has an opening for a man with a de-
gree in Agriculture and several years
of experience for the Technical Serv-
ice Dept.Although the company is the
manufacturer of Johnson's Wax Pro-
ducts for household use, it is also the
maker of protective wax coatings fro
use on fruits and vegetables, and is
currently investigating bactericides
and fungicides for citrus, potatoes and
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direct testing of new or improved pro-
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Phys. Ed. or allied fields and having
a Red Cross Instructor's Certificate.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
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