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T, JUNE 23;, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

, JUNE 23, 1959 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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-M Summer Program
~eatures Many Sports
By PETER ANDERSON
Summer sports Editor leagues. The I-M departm
[ichigan's intra-mural sports accepting entries of both
gartment will maintain many and individuals. While tear
ts services for summer school preferred, the department
lents, according to Earl Ris- tempt to place individual
, intra-mural director. cants on teams.
[lghlighting the sports pro- Applications for the1
n will be several softball s be submitted by Th
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MIAMI, Fla. '(P)-A group of
merican sports car drivers to
rter world competition as a team
-presenting the United States was
anounced here yesterday.
Lloyd (Lucky) Casner, top ama-
ur racer for several years, said
ae team will enter the 1960 Inter-
ational Grand Prix circuit be-
nning at Seebring, Fla., in De-
┬░mber.
"The United States has never
on the championship and it's
:out time someone brought home
p honors," Casner said. "The
me is ripe, too, since sports cars
nd motor racing have never been
spopular in this country as they
re today."
Casner said there is no organized
nited States representation in..
orld championship events but
dded this does not mean there
re no Americans currently racing
ie Grand Prix circuit.
"On the contrary," he continued,
we have some excellent drivers in
ternational pro-competition, but
iey're either committed to foreign
ctory teams or driving for in-
vidual car owners.
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of this wee. League soi bau win
begin next Monday and teams
will play beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Four teams will be placed in each
league.
Tennis Tourney
An I-M tennis tournament will
also get under way next week. The
tourney will be a singles-only,
elimination-type contest.
The University Golf Course will
host an I-M golf tournament
which begins next week. A prelim-
inary qualifying round will be
played so that golfers can be put
into flights for the tourney.
Other activities which the. I-M
department" will sponsor include
badminton, handball, paddleball,
squash and horseshoe tourna-
ments, as well as a basketball
league. Entrants in all the activi-
ties should register at the I-M
Building.
I-M Building Open
In addition, the I-M Building
will be open to both men and wo-
men during the week. All facili-
ties except swimming will be
available from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
weekdays and also from 7:30 to 10
p.n. on Wednesday nights. Swim-
ming facilities will be open from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and
7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday nights.
The building will be closed both
S turday and Sunday.
The many tennis. courts at
Ferry Field will'be open to the
public every day of the week, and.
students are encouraged to use
them.
Further information may be ob-
tained from the I-M Building or
by calling NO 3-4181.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

SAN FRANCISCO (M) - Young
Eddie Fisher staged a brilliant
major league debut today giving up
three hits in seven innings as San
Francisco beat Pittsburgh 4 to 1.
The 22-year-old knuckleballer
retired 17 men in a row after giv-
ing up a one-out single to Dick
Groat in the first inning. He
walked only one man, Dick Stuart,
in the seventh, and struck out
three.
The University of Oklahoma
graduate, just up from the Giants
Phoenix AAA club, was locked in a
scoreless duel with Ron Kline un-
til the seventh when the Pirates
picked up their run. It came on
Groat's second single, Stuart's
walk and Bill Virdon's sharp single
to right.
Kline found it rougher going in

the seventh as the Giants scored
four times. Jackie Brandt doubled
and pinch hitter Dusty Rhodes
singled him to third. Brandt scored
on a wild pitch. Then Leon Wag-
ner, batting for Fisher, tripled off
the right center field wall scoring
pinch runner Ed Bressoud. Him
Davenport brought Leon home
with a single. Willie Kirkland's
double off reliever Bob Porterfield
scored Davenport.
A throng of 11,002 watched the
Giants climb to within one game
of the .idle league leading Milwau-
kee Braves in this opener of a.
four-game series with the Pirates.
Al Worthington finished up on
the mound giving up one hit in
two innings, but it was Fisher who
gained credit for the victory.
had given up only three hits but

the San Francisco outburst handed
him his fourth setback against six
triumphs.
N.Y. 11, K.C. 6
KANSAS CITY (P) - Mickey
Mantle drove in six runs with a
pair of homers and a triple last
night as the New York Yankees
defeated the Kansas City Ath-
letics 11-6 and moved within
three games of the American
League lead.
The game was the only one on
the day's league schedule. The
victory gave the Yankees a 33-31
record and put them just half a
game behind fourth-place Balti-
more. The Athletics, now 28-34,
remained in sixth place, seven
games out.
One of the few bright spots in

the picture for the A's was the
return to action of Roger Maris,
slugging right fielder who had
been missing from the lineup for
30 days because of an emergency
appendectomy. Maris pounded out
a pair of doubles, scoring twice
and driving in a run.
Bobby Shantz (2-2), pitching
in relief, was the winner and
Ray Herbert (4-7) the first of
four Athletics to go to the mound,
the loser.
Moose Skowron drove in the
Yankee runs in the fourth with
his 14th homer-a blast over the
left field fence-after Norm Sie-
bern had singled. The A's got
theirs on back-to-back doubles by
Roger Maris and Bob Cerv, a
walk to Kent Hadley, a center-
field fly by Harry Chiti, and Joe
Demaestri's foul fly to right.

Cleveland
Chicago
Baltimore
Detroit
New Yorl;
Kansas City
Washington
Boston

W
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Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
x-Los Angeles
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
x-Philadelphia
x-Playing night

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 11, Kansas City 6
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit (N)
Washington at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, inc,
San Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Los Angeles
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Only games scheduled.

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Erickson, Sassone Win
In NCAA Tennis Tourney

John Erickson and Bob Sassone
defeated their opponents in the
NCAA tennis tournament yesterday
to qualify for the second round of
play.
Michigan netter Gerry Dubie was
beaten and eliminated in other
action.
Erickson defeated Bob Bossong
in straight sets with little diffi-
culty, 6-4, 6-1. Sassone's victory
was a hard fought affair with the
sets going 6-4, 7-5.
Dubie's defeat came at the hands
of Tulane netter Ron Holmberg.
He lost his match in straight sets,
6-2, 6-2.
All eight seeded players in the
tournament advanced in first and
second round singles play as the
field was cut to 32 for today's third
round action.
Don Dell of Yale, the No. 2 seed;
was the only top player who did
not receive a first round bye. Dell
defeated Iowa's John Nadig in the

opening round, 6-1, 6-2, and then
breezed past Joe Cowley of Utah,
6-1, 6-1, in the second round.
Top - seeded Whitney Reed of
San Jose State whipped Doug
Bashburn of Rice, 6-3, 6-2.
Fourth - seeded Jerry Moss of
Miami (Fla.) defeated Leon Saun-
ders of Utah, 6-1, 6-1, and Craw-
ford Henry of Tulane, the No. 5
seed, defeated Jim Moses of Trinity
(Tex.), 6-2, 6-2.
The other seeded players who
won second round matches were
Ned Neely, Georgia Tech, No. 6;
Erickson, No. 7, and Max Brown,
Notre Dame, No. 8. Neely defeated
Fred Juidema, Western Michigan,
6-1, 6-3; and Brown defeated Ron
Latta, 'olorado, 6-4, 6-2.
The firstround of doubles play
and the third round of singles will
be held today. None of the seeded
players will face each other in the
third round.

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KALINE FELLED-Players rush to the aid of Detroit center-
fielder Al Kaline who was hit in the face with a pitched ball last
week. Rushed to a hospital, Kaline was operated on the following
day. Kaline is expected to rejoin the Tigers sometime this week
if the injury heals properly.

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General Notices.
Parking permits for the fiscal year
1959-60 required July 1, 1959 on cars
using University metered and paid
parking facilities. Eligible staff mem-
bers may apply for permits at the In-
formation Desk, 2nd floor of Admin.
Bldg., and at Cashiers office, 1st floor
of Univ. Hosp. Permits< for the summer
session only are also available.
Students who expect to receive edu-
cation and training allowance at the
University of Mich. for the first time
under Public Law 550 (Korea G. I. Bill)
or Public Law 634 (Orphans Bill) must
report to the Office of Veterans Af-
fairs, 142 Admin. Bldg., during hte
week of June 22. Office hours: 8:30-
11:15 a.m.; 1:15-3:15 p.m.
Linguistics Inst. Faculty Reception.
Tues., June 23. 7:30 p.m., Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
American Humanist Assn. meeting,
Lane Hall, Tues., June 23, 8:00 p.m.,
George von Hilsheimer. "European Hu-
manism."
Get-together for students and faculty
I nBusiness Education. Wed., June 24,
7:30 p.m., W. Conf. Rm., Rackham
Bldg.
Concerts
Student Recital: Sandra Mills Lai,
pianist, Tues., June 23, 8:30 p.m., Aud.
A, Angell Hall, in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree Bach-
elor of Music.
Student Recital Postponed: Voice re-
cital of Willis Patterson, originally an-
nounced for Wed., June 24, postponed
until Fri., July 10.
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Placement Notices
Personnel Requests:
Hardware Mutuals, Detroit. Mich.,
Claims Adjuster-Examiners. Man with
B.A.
Phillips Petroleum Co., Pontiac, Mich.
Salesmen, for S. E. Mich. area. Man
with bachelors degree, age: 21-45.
Rapids-Standard Co., Inc., Grand
Rapids, Mich. Methods Engrg. Work on
improving the office methods and pro-
cedures-form. control. Man with bach-
elors degree in Bus. Ad. or Industrial
Engrg., must have experience in office
methods or office management. Age:1
approx. 26-38.
Wash., D.C. Organization. Number of
outstanding people with professional:
training and experience in the fields of
agriculture, community development,,
education, engineering, industry, pub-
lic admin., and public health. Age:
28-35.
Detroit Firm. Asst. Editor of Monthly
Employee Publication. Man with B.A.
in Journalism or English. Experience
not necessary, but must have military
obligation completed. Would like to fill
the position by July 1.
Detroit Area Organization. Mathema-
tician. Must have experience on the 650
computer. Matrix algebra, linear dif-
ferential equations, and statistical ana-
lysis are involved. Man with M.A. in
Math. with graduate study in com-
puters.
Detroit Area Firm. Clerical position
for woman. Requires typing and pos-
sibly shorthand. Dealing with public
affairs. No degree necessary.
Ann Arbor Area Organization. Wo-
man to evaluate tests of reliability
studies. Some travel involved in this
area. M.A., or nearly so, in any field
except Public Admin. Requires one or
two courses in psych. testing. Bus. Ad.
background would be good.
Ann Arbor Organization. Sales Man-
agement position open. Man with B.A.
Must be new or recent grad., no spe-
cialized education required.
Argonne Nat'l Laboratory, Lemont,
Ill. Research Technicians - Male. B.S.
in Chemistry, must have physicalj
chem.
U.S. Civil Service announces exam
for Digital Computer Programmers, for
duty in various federal agencies in Ili.,
Mich. and Wisconsin.
Navy Dept. Civilian Job Opportuni-
ties on file at the Bureau. Also on file
is the list of career opportunities with
the city of New York.
Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.j
Assoc. Parasitologist, Analytical Chem-
ist in Animal Nutrition Analytical Lab.
(Man), Assoc. Microbiologist (Man),
Assoc. Pharmacologist (Man), Assoc.
Virologist (Man or Woman), Formula-
tions Chemist (Man), Market Analyst

(Man), Industrial Engr. (Man). Statis-
tical Analyst in Market Research
(Man), Pharmaceutical Developmente
(Man), Pharm. Chemist (Man), Analy-i
tical Chemist (Man). Duties, contacti
and qualifications are on file at the
Bureau.
City of Detroit, current job opportu-
nities are on file at the Bureau.
West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., Cov-
ington, Va. Market Research Analyst.
Age: 25-30; degree in Bus. Ad. or Com-
merce with some specialization in mar-
keting and statistics preferred, should
have some background in marketing
research, advertising or sales work.
Aromur Research Foundation of Ill.
Institute of Tech., Chicago. Electrical
Engrs., Physicists and Chemists, Mathe-
maticians, hCemists and Chem. Engrs.,
Mech. Engrs., Metallurgists, and for
administrative personnel. Call the Bu-
reau for further information.
Hoskins Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich.
Graduate Metallurgical Engr. for pro-
cess development. Prefer man with
about 2-5 yrs. industrial experience in
the metals processing field.
Lederle Laboratories Div. of American
Cyanamid Co., Sylvania, Ohio. Phar-
maceutical Sales. Man with B.A. Age:
25-30, must have military obligation,
completed.
Bamal Corp., Webster, Mich. Sales-
man, to sell, nuts, bolts, screws, etch.
Man with B.A. New or recent grad.
Organization in Wash., D.C. Romance
Language Translator. Must be able to
translate at least 2 romance languages,
would prefer someone with proficiency
in three. Must have M.A. with exper-
ience or Ph.D.
i Gulf Oil Corp., Chem. Engrs., Physi-
cists, Physical Chemists for Product
Research.
State of Mich. announces examina-
tion for Civil Engrg. I, and Right of
Way Appraisers.
American Cyanamid Co., Brewster,
Fla. Graduate Mining or Metallurgical
Engr. with minimum of three yrs. ex-
perience in ore dressing or in open
pit mniing with hydraulic background.
Employes Mutual Liability Insurance
Co., Wausau, Wis. Several Engrg., grad-
uates to begin careers in accident pre-
vention.
Raymond Bag Corp., Middietown,
Ohio. Mech. Engrg., new or recent
grad. Position is for Project Engr.
with advancement opportunities.
Firm in Ann Arbor. Sales Manager,
Cost Accountant, and Mech. Engrs.
Birmingham Public Schools, Birm-
ingham, Mich. Librarian. At least a
bachelor's degree with major in li-
brary science is required.
The Larsen Co., Green Bay, Wis.
Sales-Marketing Dept. for a male col-
lege grad., draft exempt, with a strong
background in sales, marketing, adver-
tising and related subjects.

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Michigan State Dental Assoc., Lan-
sing, Mich. Executive Assistant. Would
edit and take complete charge of
monthly publication, a scientific jour-
nal, and eventually all types of asso-
ciation work.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.

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