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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

George Wilson Will Cqach Lions

CLASSIFIEI

'MORALE STILL HIGH':
'Milwaukee-Chasers' Cite Rally Hopes

Resignation
By Parker
Opens Post

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MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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A week ago, the Cardinals were
in first place in the most excit-
ing pennant race the National
League has had in years. No more
than three games separated the
first five clubs.
Yesterday, by virtue of a seven-
game winning streak, the Braves
have taken the most commanding
position any club has had all
year.
Joyride?
With the punishing home
stretch still ahead, it would be
foolish to say the Braves are in
but should they increase their al-
ready imposing advantage in
their tough series with the Cards
and Reds this week, the home
stretch may become a joyride.
From now through Sunday, the
Braves will play four games with
St. Louis and three with Cincin-
nati. At the same time Brooklyn
and Philadelphia will be meeting
the second division New York Gi-
ants and Pittsburgh Pirates.

When the Cards and Reds are not
playing the Braves, they will be
the guests of the last-place Chi-
cago Cubs.
Most worried of the managers
is Fred Hutchinson, whose Cards
have lost six in succession, tumb-
ling out of the top spot.
"Milwaukee is hot right now,"
he said, "and I look for them to
cool off a bit. But we can'teafford
to wait for them to come back to
us. We've got to start winning -
and right now."
CALHOUN:
AAU Bounces
Top Hurdler
HIGH POINT, N. C. P) - The
Carolinas Amateur Athletic Union
cancelled yesterday the registra-
tion card of Lee Calhoun, Olym-
pic hurdles champion from Gary,
Ind.
Calhoun, a student at North
Carolina College at Durham, was
married several days ago on a
TV show, "Bride and Groom." He
and his bride, the former Gwendo-
lyn Bannister of Pinehurst, re-
ceived many gifts from sponsors,
including a Paris honeymoon.
They are now in Paris.
The Olympic champion was ad-
vised by Dan Ferris, AAU execu-
tive secretary, that appearance on
the show and acceptance of the
gifts would violate AAU rules.
Calhoun decided to go on with
the show.
Joe P. Glynn of Greensboro,
president of the Carolinas AAU,
said the Negro hurdler could ap-
peal to the national board of gov-
ernors.

DETROIT (')
Lions yesterday
regret" Buddy

- The Detroit
accepted "with
Parker's abrupt

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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONAL LEAGUE

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resignation after six successful
seasons and named his top assis-
tant, George Wilson, to succeed
him.
The 43-yr.-old Wilson, a long-
time Chicago Bears' standout who
was starting his ninth season as
an assistant coach, got a one-year
Contract and a promise that "the
job is yours as long as you do a
good job."
President Edwin J. Anderson,
while.denying reports of a major
split among the club's directors
over Parker's frequent threats to,
quit and his sometimes-explosive
makeup, said he was at a loss to
explain what he called Parker's
"impetuous action."
Parker walked out Monday
night on the National Football
League team he had guided to
three Western Division cham-
pionships, calling his 1957hclub
"the worst team I've ever seen in
training camp." He said his good-
by in two sentences that thudded
down on nearly 600 persons as-
sembled at the annual "Meet the.
Lions" banquet at a downtown
hotel.
Wilson, .getting a crack at the
job that eluded him in 1951 when,
Parker was selected to succeed
the late Alvin N. (Bo) McMillin
said he contemplated no changes
in the coaching staff, in rules and
regulations at the training camp
at nearby Bloomfield Hills nor in
player-coach relationships.
While Parker noted that this
year's material is good, he said
"there has been no life . .. no go.
It's a completely dead team."

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, St. Louis 2
New York 4, Brooklyn 2.
Milwaukee 12, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 0
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
St. Louis at Chicago - Mizell (4-8)
vs. Drott (10-9).
Brooklyn at New York - McDe-
vitt (5-1) vs. Crone (5-6).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) --
Law (8-7) or Kline (3-15) vs. Sim-
mnons (11-7).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)-Buhl
(15-6) vs. Nuxhall (6-5).

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School Training and Academic Achieve-
ment of Secondary Pupils," Thurs., Aug.
15, 1600 University Elementary School,
at 3:30 p.m. Chairman, W. A. Ketcham.
Doctoral Examination for Edna Ruth
Small, Psychology; thesis: "Age and
Sex Differences in the Semantic Struc-
ture of Children," Thurs., Aug. 15, 7611
Haven Hall, at 10:00 a.m. Chairman, Z.
L. Kelly.
Doctoral Examination for Martha
Locke Hazen, Astronomy; thesis: "The
Distribution of Intensity in Elliptical
Galaxies of the Virgo Cluster, Fri.,
Aug. 16, 23 Observatory, at 2:00 p.m.
Chairman, F. D. Miller.
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Dennis Tomasek, Political Science;
thesis. "The Political and Economic
Implications of Mexican Labor in the
United States under the Non Quota
System. Contract Labor Program, and
Wetback Movement," Fri., Aug. 16, 4609
Haven Hall, at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, P.
B. Taylor, Jr.
Doctoral Examination for Irving Pa-
nush, Philosophy; thesis: "An Analysis
of C. I. Lewis' General Theory of Value
and Obligation as It Is Related to
Esthetics," Tues., Sept. 10, East Coun-
cil Room, Rackham Building, at 2:30
p.m. Chairman, Paul Henle.
Placement Notices
The following vacancies are listed
with the Bureau of Appointments for
the 1957-58 school year. Th.ey will not
be here to interview at this time.
Albion, Michigan - Girls' Physical
Education; Industrial Arts; Vocal Mu-
sic.
Ann Arbor, Michigan - Elementary
(3rd).
Brimley, Michigan-Commercial; Mu-
sic.
Groton, Connecticut - Elementary
(1st through 4th); JHS Science;
French/German; SHS Mathematics;
School Psychologist; JHS Mentally Re-
tarded Educable.
Davenport, Iowa - SHS Automotive
Mechanics/Machine Shop; Elementaryi
(1st, 2nd, Art/Science.)
Devils Lake, North Dakota - Jr. and
Sr. High Vocal Music; JHS Math/Sci-
ence; JHS English; Distributive Edu-
cation.

Hanover, Michigan - HS Band and
possibly vocal.
Inkster, Mchigan - Elementary.
Jackson, Michigan - English; Li-
brary; Chemistry; (Maybe combine
German with one of previous three);
JH Science; Elementary (2nd, 4th,
5th, 6th.)
Lorain, Ohio - Elementary Art; Slow
Learning (ages 8- to 11); Speech and
Hearing Therapist.
Monte' Vista, Colorado -- English/
Social Studies; Kindergarten (morn-
ing only).
Norwalk, Ohio-8th and 9th gr. Eng-
lish.
Oak Park 37, Michigan - Elementary
(1st, Art); JHS Art; Special Education
(Lower Elementary Mentally Retarded).
Perrysburg, Ohio - JHS Social Stu-
dies/English; Social Studies/English/
Math; Elementary (1st or 2nd; 3rd/
4th).
Rochester 14, New York - Mathe-
matics; Science; Modern Language
(largely Italian); General Industrial
Arts; General Metal Shop; Women's
Health and Physical Education.
Rocky Ford, Colorado - JHS Science;
Elementary (4th); Guidance and Test-
ing Director.
Saginaw, Michigan -- World History/
Track/Cross Country; JHS Social Stu-
dies/Public Speaking; JHS Vocal Mu-
sic; Shop.
St. Clair, Michigan -- Physics/Chem-
istry; 9th grade Science.
Trenton, Michigan-- Brownstown
School District No. 10 -- Elementary
(1st).
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
New York State Civil .Service an-
nounces exams for positions in Public
Welfare, Pharmacy, Public Health,
Chemistry, Nursing, Food Service, Ac-
counting, Personnel, Economics, In-
surance, Motion Pictures, Business, and
Clerical Work. Positions in Science,
Engrg., and Social Work are open to
any qualified citizens of the U. S.
Position as Assistant Director of Lab,
for Virology is open to any citizens and
non-citizens of the U.S. Applications
accepted up to Sept. 20, 1957.
San Diego County, Calif. has a va-
cancy for an Assistant Civil Engr. in
the Surveyor's office. Requires a de-
gree in Civil E, .and two years of ex-
perience.
Budman Sash and Heating Co., De-

troit, Mich. needs Salesmen for the
Ann Arbor area. Should have some re-
tail experience. This is a part-time job,
which might be ideal for married stu-
dents.
Federal Bureau of Ifvestigation,
Washington, D.C., offers employment
opportunities as Special Agents to men
with a Law degree or an Acctg. degree
with at least three years of practical
Acctg. and/or Auditing experience,
There are Clerical and Laboratory po-
sitions open to both men and women.
Wilson & Co., Inc., Chicago. III., has
openings for an Industrial Engr.,
Draftsman, Chemist, Lab. Technician,
Food Technologist, Sales Promotion.
Draftsman must be experienced in de-
sign and layout- of refrigeration for
packing plants, Chemist should have
some experience and the Sales Promo-
tion man should have about five years
experience in sales promotion or adver-
tising.
Sylvania Electric Products Div., Wal-
tham, Mass. needs Engrs., Mathemati-
cians, Physicists and Chemists for Avi-
onics Labs., Applied Research Labs.,
and Missile Systernis Lab. Positions are
in Project E., Systems E., Radar and
Communication, Applied Math., Elec-
tronics, Operations Research, Aerody-
namics, etc.
State of Connecticut announces
exams for Institution Dentist, Sr. Inst.
Dentist, and Sr. Lab. Tech., Dietitian,
and Physician. Closing date August 21,
1957.
A local organization is looking for a
man of woman in Art, Drafting, or
Arch. to work part-time or full-time in
lettering, sketching, graphs, and pre-
paring material for the printers.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.,
ext. 3371.
NOTICE:
Students who are registered with the
Bureau in either division, and who will
be leaving the campus permanently at
the end of, summer school, are re-
quested to notify the office of their
change of address and their current'or
prospective employment status. Stu-
dents who will be back are reminded
that we will need their current address
as of the fall, All are reminded to drop
in or phone to bring their records up
to date as to courses taken during the
summer..

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