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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 1,1957

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Canadiens Down Wings;'
Bruins Shut Out Hawks.

p/'(Ie . HELMAR DOLLWET

Seldoii Seen Kids Take
Fourth StraigIt Contest

DETROIT-With Maurice "the
Rocket" Richard supplying the
scoring punch and Jacques Plante
guarding the Montreal nets, the
Canadiens shutout the Detroit
Red Wings, 3-0, last night.
The veteran right winger tal-
lied a pair of goals for the Cana-
diens, who had to win this game in
order to stay in contention for
first place in the National Hockey
League.
The win put the "Flying1
Frenchmen" only four points be-
hind the league leading Wings
who have lost their last three
starts.

Plante's solid job of tending the
Canadien nets against the Red
Wing assault gave him the self
satisfaction of catching up to.
within two points of the Wing's
netrpinder Glen Hall in the Ve-
zina Trophy race.
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Boston Wins, 4-0
BOSTON - In the other NHL#
game the Bruins, who are making
a last ditched comeback for first
place, aided by a brilliant job of
netminding by rookie Don Sim-
mons, shut out the Chicago Black
Hawks, 4-0.

By ART ROSENBAUM Dollwet's performance againstj
When Michigan's ace distance Illinois last Saturday pointed out
runner from Germany, Helmar how well he has taught himself
Dollwet, talks about track his this lesson. He was entered insboth
whole body seems to swing into the one and two-mile runs against
action; his eyes light up, his Conference, Bob Dintelman and
speech becomes more rapid, and Karl Jonsson, runner-ups in their,
his hands are in constant motion. events in last year's Big Ten out-
"You have a lot of time to think door finals.
and worry when you run a dis- He responded to the challenge,
tance race. In running a long race, taking a second ,in the mile with
you have to detach yourself from a time of 4:15.7, his best time so

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By CARL RISEMAN
Phi Alpha Kappa and Nu Sigma
Nu easily downed their opponents
in professional fraternity basket-
ball last night at the I-M Build-
ing to remain unbeaten in their
respective leagues.
In the independent league, the
Seldom Seen Kids easily rolled
over Wesleyans, 67-28, for its
fourth straight win in league play
to clinch a first place playoff
berth.
Fourth Straight Win
Phi Alpha Kappa downed Phi,
Rho Sigma, 45-27, behind the
sh rnchnntin n n dnc nri

Club, and Alpha Chi Sigma were
victorious.
Phi Alpha Delta downed Phi
Chi, 40-36. Jim Leavengood paced
the victors with 13 markers. The
win enabled Phi Alpha Delta to
tie Phi Chi for second in its league.
Build Up Early Lead
Psi Omega defeated Phi Epsi-
lon Kappa, 39-19. With a 21-4
lead at the half, Psi Omega coasted
to an easy victory. Joe Schneider
was high point man, contributing
14 to the victors' cause.
The Law Club trounced Delta

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MAURICE RICHARD
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BASKETBALL SCORES
College
Oklahoma A&M 63, Drake 47
Canisius 85, Holy Cross 76
Duquesne 86, Brandeis 73
Professional
New York 122, Boston 121
(overtime)

the environment and surround-
ings."
Must Master Emotions
To Helmar, track is more than
physical competition, it is striving
for an idea-the complete mastery
of the emotions. If this lesson is
learned, he believes it will serve
you not only on the cinders but
also in the future when similar
problems and challenges come
along.

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far. He then came back to win the
two-mile after being bottled up byr '
the leaders with merely 150 yds.
left to the finish.
Good Prospect for Honors
On the basis of last Saturday's
performance, Dollwet must now be
counted as a good prospect for top ;
honors in the Conference indoor,
meet at Ohio State starting today.
It was an accident on a Euro- HELMAR DOLLWET
pean soccer field that started the mile and two-mile
chain of events that eventually .
brought him to Michigan. During and last year he began running
the soccer game, there was a in the two-mile event. However, it
goal-mouth scramble, a foot was wasn't until this year that the lean
lifted higher than usual, and the junior began to shine.

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Sigma, 51-25. Fred Furth was a

rar ls gvm u o rrvrps ana one-man team as he pae h
Paul Newhof. Newhof scored 11 lawyers with 18 markers, while
points and Bos got nine. Joe Cox ; John Dalton was equally effective

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TASTE THE
DIFFERENCE!
Specially prepared by chefs
with the flavor, tenderness,
and zest of native Italy.

PERSONNEL TECHNICIAN
($4,802 to start)
One to three positions to be filled in May or June in the
office of the Michigan Civil Service Commission in Lan-
sing. This office conducts a comple- examining, job classi-
fication, recruitment, training and research program for
29,000 state employees. An intensive on-the-job develop.
ment program, steady promotion, and a lifetime career.
Must be under 35 and a college graduate by June 1957.

contributed nine points for the
losers. PAK has now won four
games in a row.
Nu Sigma Nu meanwhile rolled
to a 53-25 decision over Tau Epsi-
lon Rho, behind Froncie Gut-
man's 13 points. High point honors
were taken by Larry Kron of Tau
Eps with 14. The Nu Sigs remain
unbeaten in three starts.
The Seldom Seen Kids had a
particularly well-balanced attack
with all five starters hitting for
double figures. Jim Clark was
high man with 17, while Stan Gass
and Doug Douwecke each con-
tributed 14.
In other professional fraternity
basketball games last night Phi
Alpha Delta, Psi Omega, the Law

for the losers, tallying 16 points.
Alpha Chi Sigma overwhelmed
Alpha Kappa Kappa, 45-16 to
continue unbeaten in its league,
Low Scoring Game
In the only social fraternity
'A' game of the evening, Phi Sigma
Kappa squeaked by Delta Chi,
10-9. Phi Sigma Kappa led at the
half, 7-3.
In other independent league
games; Rodent 30, Phi Delta Phi
'B' 18; Pill Pushers 51, Merry Men
23; Double A'S 26, Owen Co-op 5;
Foresters 39; Newman Club 26;
Evans Scholars 57, Cong. Disc. 47;
AFROTC 46, Bacteriology 34;
Gomberg Older Element 30, Mick-
ey Mouse 22; Latvians 50, Phil-
Mich 30.

goalie suffered a slight concussion,
not serious enough to be injurious
but enough to end the soccer
career of Helmar Dollwet.
The ending of one career brought
the start.of another.-Seeking an
outlet for his highly competitive
spirit, he turned to track. Remem-
bering that he was never tired atj

In the opinion of his coach, Don
Canham, it is Dollwet's hard work
and increased confidence in him-
self that has accounted for his
spectacular improvement. He be-
lieves that Helmar is just begin-
ning to show his potential and
looks forward to further improve-
ment

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* Open 'till 12:00 P.M. * Phone NO 3-1613
1015 East Ann - Near Women's Dormitories

Application must be submitted by February 27.
Write Michigan Civil Service, Lansing 13.

the end of a soccer game, he began Maor ntrec
training for the 880-yd, run. After Majors in French
six months, he entered his first As hard a worker off the field
meet and ran the distance in a as on, Helmar holds three jobs in
phenominal 1:57. addition to his studies and track,
His efforts gained him a spot on In fact, the French major with
the Saar track team. It was while an interest in sciences claims he
competing for them in a meet has more trouble finding time for
against Switzerland that he met his homework than doing it.
Don Canham and was convincedI Dollwet's plans for the future
to say good-bye to his home town! are clouded. He is here on a stu-
of Merzig, Germany, and enroll at dent visa, but has found America
the University. very much to his liking and would
In his freshman year, he was like to remain in this country if
switched from the 880 to the mile possible.
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EX-'M' SHORTSTOP:
Benedict Set To Join Tigers

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Shortstop Moby Benedict, cap-
tain of last year's Michigan base-
ball team, will report to the De-
troit Tigers' Tigertown base at
Lakeland, Fla., in two weeks.
Benedict was signed to a minor
league contract by Tiger Coach

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Friday,
March 8th

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at Tigertown will determine the
team in the Detroit farm system
to which he will be assigned.
Three-year Shortstop
Benedict starred at shortstop
under Coach Ray Fisher for three
years. Although he batted only
.233 in the regular season last
year, Benedict hit .283 in Big Ten
competition.
At the Lakeland base, he will
join a teammate on last year's
team, Bill Thurston. Thurston,
an outfielder, signed with Detroit
last summer and divided the sea-
son between Syracuse in the East-
ern League and Augusta in the
South Atlantic League.
Thurston has been performing
well for the Tigers. Yesterday in
a practice game he got two hits
in four times at bat, driving in
three runs.

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where there is greater diversification and continuous planned expansion."

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top brass your individual problems and plans. Togethery
work out new ideas . . . and they're more than willing
give yours a try. And there's more diversification in y
duties.
"Furthermore, at Emerson your daily contacts inch
sales, purchasing and production departments. You he
the opportunity to learn, first hand, all company functi
knowledge that's invaluable when you're on the w
to the top If that's your ambition, then Emerson hasi
job for you."
The ink was barely dry on Ed Johnson's M.E. deg
before he started at Emerson Electric. His has been a r
success story, and after just six years with the company
isn't finished by any means. Ed's first Emerson job was
the production department, an administrative assisto
From there, he moved on to shop foreman. In Ed's a
words . . . "I wouldn't trade the experience gained th
for anything, the most valuable in the world to me toda
Next, to tool project engineer, then on to senior man in t

can Whatever your preferred field of engineering speciali-
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you at Emerson. Commercially, since 1890, Emerson has been
to a leading producer of fans, motors, air conditioners, weld-
our ers, and power tools. The Electronics and Avionics Division,
a leader nationally since 1940, designs, develops, and manu-
factures active defense systems for bombers, supersonic air
ude frames, mortar locators, missiles and rockets like the Hon-
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Nay Find out how you can get in on the ground floor of this
the fast growing, medium sized company. Meet Emerson's engi-
neering representatives and talk your career over with them.
Firm job offers can be made. If it's impossible for you to
ree make a date, be sure to write or call A. L. Depke, Office
eal and Technical Placement Supervisor, for full details.
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his WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6

we can offer you a genuine career opportu-
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HomiltonStandard's tremendous rate of expansion alone is
evidence enough of the obvious opportunities now open at this
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"plus" values which you will want to consider:
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3) the tremendous variety of openings, so that you may
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4) 'the ideal location, in beautiful Connecticut, within easy
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These are just a few of the reasons it is essential for you to talk
to Hamilton Standard.

HAMILTON STANDARD
will be here:
MARCH 7
See your Placement Officer
for time and place

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