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THURSDAY, MARCH 21.1957

PAGE SIX TUE MICHIGAN DAILY THVRSflAY, MAROII 21, 1957

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Indoor Campaign Climaxed
With Three Different Ieels
Michigan's track team will wind
up the indoor season this weekend their first outdoor action in Vir-
with 20 men competing in three ginia and Texas,
meets around the Mid-West and In the Chicago Daily News Re-I
Canada. lays last Saturday night nine Mi-
The Knights of Columbus Meet chigan men turned in creditable
in Cleveland has the biggest call performances.
on Michigan services with nine A two-mile relay squad com-
competing. Eight other Wolver- posed of Chuck Norton, Ernie
ine men will carry Michigan col- Sims, Gert Kielstrup and Helmar
ors down to Denison, O., for the Dollwet turned in a respectable
University Relays there, and five 7:46.0 clocking to earn third place,
will travel to Hamilton, Ont. Another third place went toj
These three meets will end com- Brendan O'Reilly in the high
petition foxy the Wolverine cinder- jump, while the naile relay squad!
men until Easter vacation and finished second to Marquette.
The
Ramo-Wooldridge
Corporation,
Invites...
Advanced Degree Candidates in
Aeronautical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Physics
to discuss with members of our Technical Staff
professional research and development
opportunities in the following general fields:
Communications -
Guided Missile Research and Development
Automation and Data Processing
Digital Computers and Control, Systems
Electronic Instrumentation and Test Equipment
Basic Ele.ctronic and Aeronautical Research
Interviews to be held Thursday, April 4, 1957g
may be arranged through the
Student Placement Center.
The Ramo -Wooldridge Corporation y
5730 ARBOR VITAE STREET " LOS ANGELES 45, CALIFORNIA4

BELLEAIRE Fla. '-Organ-
ized baseball has a definite plan
of defense against pending bills
which would make it subject to

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olverine Gymsts Seek
in NCAA Tourney

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By RUDE DiFAZIO

both of these events, since Gross-
feld was also outstanding in the

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federal antitrust laws.w
But the men who rule the game
are not yet ready to reveal the
details.
Greatly concerned by criticsm
of political leaders in Washington
and charges that baseball is a
business rather than a sport, Com-
missioner Ford Frick has called
for a special meeting of major!
league executives tomorrow to map
out strategy to combat almost
certain congressional action.
"I have a plan to submit to the El) GAGNIER
baseball representatives," Frick seeks new honors
acknowledged yesterday, "but it

Three Wolverines will carry the
Michigan colors to Annapolis this
weekend, seeking honors in the
NCAA gymnastics meet to be held
at the Naval Academy.,
Ed Gagnier, Ed Cole and JimC
Hayslett will leave Ann Arbor to-j
day with Michigan Coach Newt
Loken. and will participate in the
meet tomorrow and Saturday.
Gagnier and Cole will be car-
rying Big Ten titles into the com-
petition, and will be hard put
against the best in the country
to add new glories to their rec-
ords.
Titlist on Parallel Bars
Gagnier was Conference titlist
on the parallel bars, and tiedl
with Illinois' Abie Grossfeld in the
all-around event.
The NCAA meet will afford the'
two Olympic stars a rematch in

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RELAY MAN-Wolverine trackman G(rt Kiielsrup, a member of
Michigan' two-mle relay squad aong with Chuck MILorton, Ernie
Sims and Henar DoHwct, turned in a 1ne race last weekend to
take thid place honors in the Chicao Da"ly Nes Relays. They
wle in acn again ti weeked wen Ie track squad brngs
Its indoor sea. on to an end by competing in three differet mieets.

will be up to them to thrash it out
with our lawyers."
Neither Frick nor any other exe-
cutive would reveal baseball's plan
of defense.
The meeting will be in strict se-
crecy and no announcement is ex-
pected to be forthcoming.
The Supreme Court recently
ruled that professional football,
in contrast to baseball, is subject
to federal antitrust laws.
Read the Classifieds

n eds several outstanding electrical and me-
chianical en e s acd' ps c ss to conduct
research adid e n ct in t he fied of ther-

ings Must Perk Up To W in'
Stantley CpPaof-dm
DETROIT (Y')-The Detroit Red
Wings won the National Hockey The Red Wings had overwhelm-
League championship with the ing success against the Chicago,
same type of play that old John Black Hawks, Toronto Maple Leafs
McGraw said was the success to and the New York Rangers, but
championship baseball: Beat the lost the season series to both Bos-
tar out of the lower-division clubs ton and Montreal.
and try to keep even with the oth- General manager Jack Adams
ers. knows that kind of stuff won't
work in the Stanley Cup playoffs
which will begin here next week,
"Toronto and Chicago aren't
going to be in those playoffs," said,
the old Red Wing warrior. "Any
one of the four teams in the play-
offs could win it and there's no
reason in the world why we :should
be favored. Our boys are goinig to
have to wake up if they expect to
1 ,4 .stay around very long.
Both Adams and Wing Coach
Jim Skinner expressed dissatisfac-
tion with the play of the team of
late. "Red Kelly hasn't been play-
ing as well as he should and Ted
Lindsay hasn't scored a goal in 10
or 12 games," Skinner said.
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Big Ten meet on the parallel bars.
Of course, this weekend won't
find closed competition between
Gan:iert and Grossfeld. The best
collegiate gymnasts in the coun-
ry will be there to afford the stif-
fest competition these stars have
seen since the Olympics last De-
Tonry Defends Title
Don Tonry, also of Illinois, who
was NCAA all-around champion
last year will be defending his title
against Gagnier, Grossfeld, and
Sam Bailie of Iowa. All three of
these men beat him in the Big
Ten meet. and Michigan's Hays-
lett was a close fifth.
Besides these Big Ten stars, the
best from the rest of the country
will be present. Jamile Ashmore
and Ron Amster of Florida State
will be realithreats in many events,
and teammate Chuck Cicio reigns
as the NAAU free exercise cham-
pion.
Cole, the Big Teti trampoline
champion, will find a few new
challengers in the NCAA competi-
-tion. He edged Joe Tim of Iowa
by a single point in the Confer-
ence meet, and will need another
fiue routine to do the trick again.
Baseball Team
Plays 34 Tilts
Two weeks from tomorrow, Mi-
chigan opens its Varsity baseball
season at Delaware.
The complete 34-game schedule
is as follows:
Alpril 5 at Delaware
Aprit 6 at Quantico Marines
April 7 at Quiantico Marines
April 9 at George Washington
April 9 at Maryland
A pril 10 at Navy
April 11 at Georgetown
Aril 12 at Virginia
3 ri 13 at Washington & Lee
April 16 at western Michigan.
April 17 central Michigan, here
April 20 Notre Dame, here (2 games)
Aprii 22 Detroit, here
April 23 Western Michigan, here
April 24 Wayne state, here
April 26 at Ohio State*
April 27 at Indiana (2 games)*
April 3o at Wayne State
May 3 Wisconsin, hcre*
MAay 4 Northwestern, here (2 games)*
May 9 at Notre Dame
Mray 1( at Purdue*
May 11 at Illinois (2 games)*
May 14 at Detroit
May 17 Minnesota, here*
May 18 Iowa, here (2 games)*
iray 24 Michigan State, here*
M1ay 23 at Michigan State (2 games)*
*conference games.

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What's it lie to be
Selling to management is per ps te be t cr - or n n eenmt, and
it's the reason Gene McGew joined lBM. T dy, he possesses a
thorough practical Business annira~ion educton, responsibity, an
excellent income-all at age 27. Re d about an unusual career.

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You're Gene McGrew ... high school
footballer and class officer. You won a
scholarship and went through Prince-
ton in the top third of your class..
managedvarsitytrack...commanded
an artillery battery in Korea..-.
"When you put a lot of preparation in-
to your career," Gene McGrew feels,
"you should expect a lot of opportunity
in return."
Meets IBM representative .
Out of the Army in 1953, Gene met
an IBM representative. It sounded
like opportunity. A few interviews
later, Gene was sure. Although sales
was only one of the many jobs he felt
he could handle, this kind of selling-
(IBM machines are as much an idea
as a product)-promised to occupy
every talent he possessed. Besides,
he's learned that "no other form of
training produces so many top busi-
.ness managers."

Makes first safe
Gene's first sale, to a bank, required
thorough study; consultations; a writ-
ten recommendation. The climax
came, Gene remembers, when he
submitted his analysis to the vice
president and received that gentle-
man's signature.

equality, because they repe my
training and my business judgment."
F uture wide o pen
"I'm getting married soon, and I was
amazed to realize how much security
IBM's growth (sales have doubled on
the average every five years since
1930) and benefits represent. But I
-think my real security lies in the
chance -to use my own ability fully
and freely. There are nearly 200
Branch Managerships, 15 District
Managerships and executive positions
in 5 other divisions ahead of me. IBM
is introducing new machines, systems
and concepts so fast that, every Mon-
day, we have a 'new idea' meeting
just to keep up."
IBM hopes this mes e will give
you some idea of w hat it's like to be a
slesman at IBM. There are equal
opportunities for E.E.'s, I.E.'s,
S.E. 'a, physicists, mathematicians,
and Liberal Arts majors in IBMs
may divisions-Research, Product
Development, Manufacturing Ens

Stripes play a
leading role in
sportcoats for spring
-see them today

Every ite t unday
BO AL R A L L
Coun th essings of
Custom T? . '_; i s alorn ing ,p
I Individuality! Your suit is made for you
alone-you're not one of 10,000 twins!
2 You get a perfect fit because the suit is indi-
vidually cut and tailored to your measurements.
3 You have unrestricted choice in fabric, color,
pattern and style.
4 Your suit wears longer because the precise fit
eliminates the strain of tightness or the friction
of looseness.
5 Economy in the long run because you get
better service and more satisfaction.
WALK A FEW STEPS AND SAVE DOLLARS

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Discussing customers installation

Gene's latest sale was to a le
industrial corporation. He's now pre-
paring this customer for the insta-
tion of an IBM electronic systen
designed to simplify financial pro-
cedure; inventory and other sytems
problems. At 27, Gene finds himselftop
man on an important account. Hes
educator, salesman, administrator.
How would Gene define sefling?
"We feel the best way to sellis- to be
able to consult. The best way to con-
sult is to know something of val4e
your customer doesn't. IBM's 'some
thing of value' is profit through
automation."
Gene's thoughts on compeon:
"The entire Office Machine industry
feels the lead pencil is the biggst
competitor. You've no idea how many
time-consuming clerical jobs can be
mechanized. thus freeing neople for

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Gene outlines programming test
Then began a 13 months' training
program marked' by merit salary in-
creases. First-3 months' schooling
and observing operations in Pitts-
burgh (Gene's hometown). Next-2
months' studying the applications of
IBM's electronic data processing ma-
chines in business, science, govern-
ment, and defense. Followed by 7

Cecigout newcl'ient's system
gineering, Sales and Technica Serv-
ice. Why not drop in and discussIBM
with your Placement Director? He
can supply our brochure and tell you
when IBM will interview on your

Gone is the bulky padding and needless weight of
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naturally trim and luxuriously comfortable.-
Shoulders are lightly padded, lapels are trim. Fab-
rics are colorful and rich and in very good taste.
Do yourself a good turn . . . choose yours today!

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