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JUNE 28, 1957

THE 'MICHIGAN D.P*ILx

FAGI TTMIZ

THE MIChIGAN DAILY

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Chisox Drop Two at Boston;
Redbirds Win as Reds Lose

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EARLY WYNN
. ..tames Yanks
American Trio
Win Matches
WIMBLEDON, England M) --
Two aging ex-champions, Vic
Seixas and Budge Patty, and the
top-seeded woman, Althea Gib-
son, spearheaded the advance of
10 Americans yesterday into the
fourth round of the Wimbledon
Tennis Championships.
At the end of the fourth day of
this historical spectacle, played
under a sweltering sun before 25,-
000, four Yankee men and six
women were safely lodged in the
round of 16.
However, Australia's powerful
male contingent, led by defend-
ing champion Lew Hoad and Ash-
ley Cooper, continued to domin-
ate. Seven Aussies advanced in
the men's division.

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Boston dropped
Chicago into a first place tie with
the New York Yankees in the Am-
erican League race yesterday by
sweeping a crucial doubleheader
from ,the battle-weary White Sox.
The Red Sox ,arved out four-
run first innings against Chica-
go's southpaw starters, Jack
Harshman and Billy Pierce, to
win, 8-3 and 9-2.
Rookie Red Sox third baseman
Frank Malzone drove in five runs
on four hits including a two-run
homer and Jackie Jensen scored
five times as Boston dealt Chica-
go a painful blow.
Indians 2, Yankees 0
NEW YORK - Early Wynn,
37-yr.-old Cleveland righthander,
shut out the New York Yankees
for the first time this season yes-
terday, 2-0, beating Tommy Byrne
with a four-hitter.
Every other club in the majors'
had been blanked at least once.
Wynn struck out nine and',
walked two in a brilliant perfor-
mance for his 10th victory.
Byrne making his first start of
the season, allowed only five hits.
* * *
Senators 7, Tigers 2
WASHINGTON - Jim Lemon
slammed his 12th home run and
two singles yesterday as Washing-
ton ended a five-game losing
streak by beating Detroit, 7-2.
Camilo Pascual, who required
relief by Truman Clevenger,
posted his fifth win.

National *.*.*I
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS -- Stan Musial and
Ken Boyer backed 18-yr.-old Von
McDaniel's pitching with a pair
of two-run homers for a 6-4 vic-
tory over the Philadelphia Phil-
lies which increased the St. Louis
Cardinals' lead in the National
League race to a half game last
night.
Giants 7, Redlegs 2
CINCINNATI-The sixth-place
New York Giants, surging toward
a place among the top contenders'
in the tight National League pen-
nant race, whipped the Cincin-
nati Redlegs again last night, 7-2,
to move to within five games or a.
place in the first division.
Willie Mays and Whitey Lock-;
man each hit home runs for the
Giants in a game which was
halted twice because of rain.
Cincinnati's d e f e a t, coupled
with Milwaukee's victory over
Brooklyn, also served to drop the
Reds behind the Braves into third
place.
Braves 2, Dodgers 1
MILWAUKEE - Fireballer Bob
Buhl, the Milwaukee Braves' lead-
ing Dodger-tamer, tossed a four-
hitter yesterday to get a 2-1 de-
cision over Brooklyn, thanks to a
two-run eighth inning triple by
Henry Aaron.
* * *
Pirates 5, .Cubs 4
CHICAGO -- Jim Pendleton
tripled with a mate aboard in the
10th to give the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates a 5-4 victory over the last-
place Chicago Cubs yesterday.

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DETROIT (J') - Young Dow
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banged into the first-round lead
of the 54th Western Open Golf
Tournament yesterday with a six-j
under-par 65.
One-time national amateur
champion Billy Maxwell of Odes-
sa, Tex., was just one stroke off
the pace after a field of nearly 170
completed the first day's firing in
a steady drizzle at Plum Hollow
Golf Club.
Slammin' Sammy Snead bat-
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first round, while two Califor-
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along with Max Evans of Roches-
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Hillside, N.J.
Carolinas, Georgia, Arizona Utah, and
Puerto Rico.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3526 Admin.
Bud.,. xt. 3371.
Summer:
Cedar Lake G. S. Camp near Chlea,
Mich. is looking for a & creary an a
counselor - Girl Scout experience
would be helpful.
Placement Iegistration.:
There will be a meeting on Mon
July 1, at 3:00 p.m. in Room 21,(3 Al.,
for people interested in registering
with the Bureau of Appointments for
either teaching or non-teachig pos i-
tions. Registration material vili be
given out at that time. Students woi
will be graduating soon and in need
of employment at that time ,r after
getting out of the service later are
urged to attend this meeting.
Or-anization
Notices
Hillel Foundaion: Meeting, June 28,
1957 at 7:30 Foundation Building.
*' * *
Hillel Foundation announces that
during the summer session services will
be held on Friday evenings at 7:30 in
the Foundation Building at 1429 Hill
Street. Dave Ellis will serve as cantor.

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GOLF LESSONS-Private instruction.
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(.namilies with children under 8 years)
Friday 8:00-9:30 p.m. (For other fac-
ulty families)
The Summer Session Choir I open
to all students enrolled in or employes
of the University. Rehearsals are held
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday evenings; 7:00-8:00 p.m.,. in
} Aud. D, Angell Hall. Auditions at 8:00
p.m. at the above time and place.
Notice of Action Taken by Student
Government Council
Indian Student Association, Mid-
West Conference Indian students, July
5, 6, 7, 1957. (Interim action, Execu-
tice Committee, June, 1957).
Motion approved by mail vote of
Council :
"The Student Government Council
of the University of Michigan hereby
agrees to set forth in the proposal
of June 17, 1957, by the American
Casualty Company, Reading, Penn-
sylvania, and administered through
the Detroit Insurance Agency,- De-
troit, Michigan. Student Government
Council hereby authorizes the Health
7 Insurance Chairman to bind all con-
tracts on behalf of the Student Gov-
ernment Council."
Concerts
Student Recital: James D. Hubard,
student of trombone and French horn
with Glenn Smith and Clyde Carpent-
er, will present a recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Fri., June 28, in Aud. A, Angell Hall,
in partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of Mu-
sic (Wind Instruments). Compositions
by Mozart, Bozza, Berlioz, Handel,
Bernstein and Busser. Open to the gen-
eral public,
Academic Notices
French and Spanish Tables: Men and
Women are welcome as dinner guests
at the language tables of the French-
Spanish house, 1809 Hill Street, any
evening. Make reservation a day ahead
by seeing Professor O'Neill, 111 Ro-
mance Languages Building, Ext. 2181.
Seminar in iathematical Statistics:
Organizational meeting of those inter-
ested, Tues., July 2, at 12 noon in 3020
Angell Hall.
lassical Studies C9ffee Hour: Infor-
mal reception and coffeehour for all
faculty, students, and friends of the
Department of Classical Studies on
Mon., July 1, at 4:00 p.m. in the East
Conference Room, Rackham Building.
Doctoral examination for Meryl Ed-
win Englander, Education; thesis: "An
Exploration of Certain Psychological
1 Components Related to the Selection
or Rejection of Elementary Teaching
by College Women", Fri., June 28, East
Council Room, Rackham Building, at
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9:30 a.m. Chairman, W. C. Morse.
Doctoral Examination for Yoshiko
Krisahara, Sociology; thesis: "The In-
flux and Exodus of Migrants among
the Forty-seven Prefectures in Japan,
1920-1935'*', Fri., June 28, 5607 Haven
Hall, at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, A. H.
Hawley.
Doctoral Examination for Goji Ko-
dama, Chemistry; thesis: "The "Diam-
moniite of Tetraborane (B-4 H-10)"
and Related Substances", Sat., June 29,
2024 Chemistry Building, at 11:00 a.m.
Chairman, R. W. Parry.
Doctoral Examination for Samuel
Abdulahad Kisso, Civil Engineering;
thesis: "The Evaluation of the Refrac-
tion Angles in Geodetic Measurements
from Two Observation Stations", Mon.,
July 1, 315 Automotive Laboratory, at
2:00 p.m. Chairman, Edward Young.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed va-
cancies on their teaching staffs with
the Bureau of Appointments for the
1957-58 school year. They will not be in
to interview at this time.
Carleton, Michigan - Librarian.
Chandler, Arizona - Industrial Arts;
Biology-Girl's Physical Education.
Cleveland 24, Ohio (Mayfield City
School District) Elementary; Special
Education (Slow Learning, Elem.); Sci-
ence-Mathematics; Chemistry-Physies-
General Science.
Davis, California - Mathematics.
Davison, Michigan - Vocal Music,
Latin; Machine Shop.
Delafield,rWisconsin (St. John's Mili-
tary Academy) -- Mathematics; Lattin;
English-Spanish; Librarian.
Eaton Rapids, Michigan - Industrial
Arts (Metal work and Auto mechanics).
Howell, Michigan -, Latin or Latin-
English; MechAnicaI Drawing: Mathe-
matics (Junior High School); Elemen-
tary.
Lawton, Michigan - Chemistry-Phy-
sics-Mathematics.
Lorain, Ohio -- Elementary; Special
Education (Slow Learning, Elm.; Art,
Elem.); Junior High Mathematics;
Girls' Physical Education; Senior High
Commercial; English.
Maunee, Ohio - Special Education
(Slow Learners); 2nd; 6th; 8th; Assist-
ant Football Coach.
Milwaukee 17, Wisconsin (Whitefish
Bay Public Schools) =- Dramatics-Eng-
lish.
Morencl, Michigan -. Chemistry;
Homemaking.
Pinckney, Michigan - Commercial;
Mathematics; Chemistry-Biology-Phy-
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istry-Biology or Geometry; Home Econ-
omics; Junior High Reading-Arithme-
tic; 5th; 3rd.
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Mich. Memorial Park Cemetery, Flatj
Rock. Mich., has an opening for a manj
in Forestry or Landscape Architecture
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An Ypsilanti firm needs a man with
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Detroit and Ann Arbor area. The posi-
tion will lead to management.
Norris and Perrne, Grand Rapids.
Mich., is looking for a man with 2-4
years experience and training in In-
vestments for the position of Invest-
ment Manager.
Dr. Norman M. B'eatty Memorial Hos-
pital, Westville, Ind., has vacancies for
Psychologists with Master Degrees or
PhDs.
Dawson-Murray Associates, Dearborn,
Michigan, is looking for a Secretary.
The position could oegin on a half-day
basis through the summer and perhrips
into the fall.
Lutheran llospital, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
has openings for Medical Technologists.
Methodist Hospital of Gary, Inc.,
Gary, Ind., is also looking for Medical
Technologists.
Presbyterian Board of National Mis-
sions has openings for Dir. of Chris-
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