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28 CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1955 airview Beats Oberlin 81 70 for Third in League MEDINA COASTS PAST BAY 77 59 Stu Holcomb The Panthers who won six 70 glum Olson in his dressing room Sid laherty his manager but Bay 07 to :39 Krift 38 WEST TECH SEATS 1000 77 73 ar COOI 171 PINT 41 6 0 0 Brusrino rr 41 Medina 29 period They wore never after Larry gave them a 23 22 mar YEARS OLD Is Buried in Pittsburgh 500 000 000 000 had been at Purdue and had four years to 10 year contract He athletic associate professor in Teams Urview Medina Westlake Olmsted 4A 0) Nails 2nd Southwestern Victory River Trips Olmsted alls 54 51 Westlake Wins 48 38 41u RUSSIA TRIMS SWEDEN STOCKHOLM Dec 9 LTt Rus ice hockey team trounced Sweden tonight 6 2 to win the two Iday series decided by total goals Sweden won last night game 3 2 38 32 when a Ranger swimmer jumped the gun Dave Gravell snared two of the victories for Euclid the 25 yard freestyle and the individual medley Gravell in splashing to a 249 seconds clocking in the 25 yard race broke a pool record of 25 seconds set in 1953 by Lake wood's Doug Sherman In other Lake Erie League action Cleveland Heights de feated Shaw 43 34 Princeton 7 Prwtdenee 4 Northeastern 8 MIT 3 Michigan Tech 8 Smit St Marls autres (Ont) 4 St Lawrence 3 RenMtier 1 Boston 4 Harvard 3 Michigan 3 North Dakota 1 WAGNER RUES DRAW NOTABLES right 1 2 ft Cush (trip 0 V) ZZ LU0 Holcomb Pledges to Refurbish Wildcats i Billy Maxwell i I Lionel HebertTommy Bolt Eddie Burke amateur EVANSTON Ill Dec 9 GT1) Stu Holcomb today stepped out as head footbal coach Purdue and into the athletic directorship at Northwestern because like the challenge the new job 0 0 Tam 0 1000 Rocky Riv 0 1000 Bay Village 0 687 Oberlin 1 500 Olm alls Riding Pink Cloud Robinson was riding on a small pink cloud in his dressing room elated at having "showed he could come back "I took about as much abuse as a man can from some people who did not have confidence in my comeback after Tiger Jones licked he said "The thing became a ghost with me But it's all over now I hit him BARONS MN IN OWE Lakers Mikan May Play Again MINNEAPOLIS Dec 9 (T) George Mikan who won "Mr designation as a star with the Minne apolis Lakers said today he has been giving some thought to resuming play with the Na tional Basketball Association team "I just know yet what I'll said Mikan now central manager of the Lakers The Laker front office has been anxious to get some help for the club now in the NBA cellar PITTSBURGH Dec 9 ffl John (Honus) Wagner called baseball's "Mr by friend and foe was buried today in Jefferson Me morial Park I The bandy legged barrel chested Dutchman who finished a 21 year major league career in 1917 with a lifetime batting average of 329 died early Tuesday at his home in suburban Carnegie where he had lived all his 81 years Baseball was well represented at the funeral services for the "lying on this cold snowy December day Warren Giles president the National League headed the dig nitaries Earl Hilligan manager of the American League Service Bureau represented the league Steve represented Cleve land I CityKeglersOpen US Title Drives 10 qualifiers for the national All Star bowling tournament six men and four women tonight begin the long grind for championships at the Chicago Coliseum Heading the district contin gent are Johnny King and Mrs Stephanie Balogh winners of the local qualifier They will be joined by Joe Bolek rank Halek Al Novak red Cieslike Howard Nieberding Helen Hos ts Delphine Doane and Dolly Migac "She just wants to see how it feels to knock down 10 at one (Continued rom Page 25) merely telling the referee to "watch Simmons he is throwing the puck out in front of the Knows Rule Book A goal tender in clearing the puck by hand must toss it back of a line running aerpss the goal tnniifh nthftrwiCA it moant i two minute penalty Whether or not Simmons violated this regu Holcomb since 1947 go on a signed as boss and physical education for five years comparable or better than the salary he received from the Boil ermakers This was estimated to be in the neighborhood of $13000 to $15000 Holcomb succeeds Ted Payseur who recently was switched to a position as assistant business man ager' of Northwestern for promo tion of athletics Holcomb said he has not contem plated a change in the coaching saff at this time but will talk with Head ootball Coach Lou Saban and others on ths staff early next week If a new coach is hired Holcomb said that would be signed to a contract of at least three years got to roll up our sleeves and really work hard the next New Bleachers Boost Basketball Capacity at High School Seating facilities for basket ball games at West Tech High School have been increased to 1000 with the installation of new bleachers George Kozak directing supervisor of physical welfare of the school board an nounced yesterday Only other Senate school with this latest new style seating rangement is John Adams Southwestern Pct 3 '2 2 'Sugar Coated Tears for Ray CHICAGO Dec 9 Sugar Ray Robinson the middle weight king was led into his dressing room after his smash ing knockout over Bobo Olson tonight with tears streaming down his face He speak One vet eran ringman said: "He looks more like after he exhausted himself a'gainst Joey Maxim than a guy who just won the CHICAGO Dec 9 (Al Big Ten athletic directors today re jected a proposal by football coaches to add a 10th game to conference member grid sched ules 1 Big Ten schools now are lim ited to nine games per season The action was taken at the conference winter meeting There was no public comment since the proposal was tabled and thereby killed The coaches had sought the extra game as a con test to be played in mid Sep tember or a week before the conference schedule usually be gins Yard Markers Okayed In other athletic director ac tion Approval was gien a foot ball proposal for one yard markings of the playing field to aid in spotting the ball The 1956 conference tennis championships were awarded to Minnesota May 24 25 26 and the conference golf meet to Northwestern May 25 26 Basketball television receipts from a 12 game program (via CBS) will be split on a basis of $2000 to the host school and the balance divided 10 ways among the conference ilmed TV football movies must be shown on an uninter rupted basis without slow motion or re runs to accentuate possible controversial plays Can Rejoin Teams The athletic directors also rec ommended to the policy making faculty representatives a revision of the eligibility code to provide that an athlete restored to eligi bility in one semester or quarter may compete before the start of the following term In some instances athletes had to wait several weeks after be coming eligible to rejoin their squads because of between term intervals The Conference TV committee was re arranged to include both football and basketball with a membership including Doug Mills of Illinois Guy Mackey of Pur due Brechler of Iowa and Dick Larkins of Ohio State Each sport previously 'was cov ered by a separate TV group A proposal to make Iowa an "overlapping in regional football television was endorsed by the Big Ten which at the same time declared that more was neede(d in the NCAA TV program Sugar Kayoes Olson in 2nd Regains Title Scholastic Wrestling rtrfield Helfhti 38 Benedictine West 25 West Tech 1 6 John MirihsU 36 Lakewood 12 CleveUnd Heithts 20 A 19 CODE 17 26 Case Swimmers Beat enn 49 34 Mark Morris won two events and anchored a relay victory to lead Case Tech to a 49 34 deci sion over enn in both opening swimming meet yester day at enn Morris a senior from Shaw won the 200 yard free style and 200 jard back stroke and an chored the Engineers' 400 yard free style relay team 300 YSRD MEDLEY Cur IBr retner Browirnc Moorei 3:25 220 YArn REE 1 Morris (C) 2 Pyle 'Cl 3 Harmed (t Time 2:305 50 YARD REE 1 EmllnR (Cl 2 Hat iCi 3 Paxson (Pl 265 200 YARD INDIVIDUAL 1 Landgrape (Pi 2 Berndt (i Time' 48 6 1 METER 1 Kleinshnlft 2 Tromblee (CL 3 Bodnovlch Points 100 YARD REE 1 Haas (C) 3 Emlinr Paxson () :59 200 YARD BACK STROKE 1 Morris (Ci 2 Schultz I) 3 Bargainer (Ci 2:369 440 YARD REE 1 Harnd (l 2 Pyle 3 Berndt (t 6:021 200 YARD ORTHODOX BREAST 1 Wagner (t 2 Landgrape (l 3 Browning (Ci 3:05 400 YARD REE STYLE Case (Hau Lamb Moore Morris i 4:027 83 91 at Purdue to get good enough to tie for the Big 10 He revealed that he would like very much to schedule Notre Dame in football and will try to do it by 1959 or 1960 if ad ministration is agreeable Northwestern and Notre Dame severed football relations in 1918 Under Saban last season his first at the helm Northwestern failed to win a football game for the first time in history The Wild cats did tie Illinois 7 7 a team that they defeated in 1954 for their only Big 10 victory in the past wo years There was speculation on the Purdue campus at Lafayette Ind that Holcomb may have recom mended his line coach Kenneth (Jack) Mollenkopfe to succeed him Art Parseghian of undefeated Mi ami University Oxford also was mentioned as a good possibil ity to succeed Holcomb After graduating frpm Ohio State in 1932 Holcomb served as coach at indlay Ohio College Muskin gum Ohio College Washington Jefferson and Miami of Ohio In 1944 he entered the military service and was assigned to West Point where he served as assist ant football coach for three years under Red Blaik He went to Pur due in 1947 directly after being discharged from the Army (Continued rom Page 25) stadium last Jan 19 to take a beat then champion and suffered a 14 Tiger Jones Although he round TKO on a steaming June advised to hang up again be kept going and moved up to an night 1952 Olson match by beating Rocky That was the only time Robinson Castellan! July 22 ever failed to go the distance in "It seemed too said the his brilliant 144 bout career As the second round started "I don't know maybe the referee Robinson jolted Bobo with another counted too fast Did I try to get right hand lead Olson wore a puz zled frown as he moved inside banging away to the body and 'fed in to say "amily troubles ducking under Sugar counter are not conducive to good fight right Then it happened Coolly sizing airview 49 Oberlin 46 Rncky 54 Olmsted 51 lost the title to Randy Turpin in England in July 1951 and won it back in September of the same year in another desperation attack after he had suffered an eye cut Before moving on to the Maxim match Robinson defended his re won championship against Olson March 13 1952 when he won a 15 tvMin4 iinpicim anrt era i net RV'lrv Graziano whom he knocked out in tnree rounds April wz aster that Robinson announced his I retirement Dec 18 1952 Away from the ring for about 31 months except for an exhibition and a tuneup with Joe Rindone Robinson came back to this same ft 1 i 0 2 0 2 0 2 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN AW GENUINE SOUR MASH KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON 90 PROO THIRD PERIOD Cleveland: Stearns (Pojue Prtnct) i 0 3 Penalties McNab (interference! OVERTIME PERIOD Cleveland: Gordon (Glover checki 0:51 None GOALIES STOPS McMeektn 14 8 Simmons 15 12 Jerry Olinskl Bobby Carse and red Thurier Two teams remained unbeaten and three others win less as the Southwestern Conference opened its second week of warfare last night airview High School co champion last year with Westlake continued in front of the pack with its third victory an 81 70 lacing of Oberlin Medina also unde feated in two contests had little trouble with Bay win ning 77 59 at Medina In other action Rocky River handed Olmsted alls its second league setback 54 51 at River and Westlake slipped past North Olmsted 48 38 at Olmsted Warriors Bag Lead Trailing most of the first I MM tn (JUdlld II JC OXA1V13 JIXL Well 1 fW from the outside and moved in boraon snort snot Beats siuoDorn maians ARMY RELEASES CIAMBRIA I ORT HOOD Tex Dec 9 1 Joey Giambria highly rated! nuuuieweigni iignrer was re leased from the Army today aft Swimming twrt vpstr cprvito I North Carolina State 55 Duke 27 1 iwu yedis OL service Rutcers 54 ordham 30 Basketball' LOCAL SCHOLASTIC LAST SENATX Kesr Tech 70 Glenville 7 Collinwood 08 John Hay 49 East Benedictine 54 Cathadral Latin 83 John Adami 8 WEST SENATE Lincoln 53 WMt 50 South 78 Rhode 55 West 88 John Marahall 50 Holy Name 62 st Itnatim 57 LAKE ERIE LEAGUE Parma 80 Euclid 57 Lakewood 60 Shaker 'Helchti 3 8 Shaw 70 Cleveland Henhia 67 GREATER CLEVELAND Brush 82 Berea 54 wtiiouthby 62 Garfield Hetthla 67 Maple Heights 69 Bedford 4 6 SOUTHWESTERN CONERENCE airview 81 Oberlin 70 Medina 77 Bay Village 50 Westlake 48 North Olmsted Rocky River 64 Olmsted alla 61 EAST COUNTY Orange 75 Brecksville ST Chairin alla 72 Mayfield 57 WEST COUNTY Brooklyn 63 North Royalton 60 Independence 79 Strongsville 63 NORTH CENTRAL LEAGUE iphnCantlui 53 Elyria Catholic 42 St Stanislaus Gilmour Academy tposi LAKELAND CONERENCE Huron 63 Amherst 47 Clearview 58 Wellington 51 VermlUop 57 New London 37 INDEPENDENT St Joseph 68 Wickliffe 46 Lutheran 74 University Schoo! 60 Cuyahoga Heithts vs Solon (Postponed later date) GBAUGA COUNTY Newbury 73 Thompson 43 Burton 65 Middlefield 40 Kenaton 65 West Geaura 63 WESTERN RESERVE LEAGUE Jefferson 77 Madison 50 Ashtabula Edrewood 44 Perrv Ashtabula Harbor 62 Kirtland 50 Chardon 56 Geneva spencer 54 NORTHEASTERN conference i no jnmior Ashtabula 60 painwUl? Harvey 52 COLLEGE Utah Slate 68 Washington State 35 Washington 71 Baylor 62 oT L' 7L c'r Brigham Young 72 Oregon 41 Texas Christian 46 Colby 65 Maine 64 lak 82 Lemoyne (Tennt 50 Rio Grande 78 Wilberforce 80 Pitt 74 Westminater iPat 62 King iTennl 76 iTennt Burdett College 85 Babson Institute Villanova 82 Niagara 70 Duke 82 South Carolina 67 Valparaiso 84 Houston 80 Belmont Abbey 78 Erskine 74 Atlantic Christian 93 Lenoir Phyre Presbyterian 83 Pfeiffer 76 Michigan Normal 91 Hope 7 Calvin ft! Ailrun West Virginia 80 Washtnfton Lee 71 Western Carolina 65 North Georgia 77 Virginia Union 93 Lee 81 Hamilton 81 Brooklyn Poly 75 Middlebury 80 Lawrence 60 California (Pa) Teachers 73 Clarion Teachen 67 Utah 119 Arizona 45 Rnckhurst 86 Emporia State Teachers 67 UCLA 68 Denver University 40Savannah State 70 Bethune Cookman 0 4 Mt Union 77 Grove City 62 Blackbum 89 Concnrdfa nil) Texas Western 62 Washington (St Louis) D'J Southeast (Md 67 Concordia (Mo) 4 Nebraska 69 Texas Tech 63 Iowa 80 Southern Methodist 62 Cornell (lowai 87 Loras (Iowa) 77 Gallaudet 74 Lynchburg 65 Kentucky State 60 Lincoln 55 Transylvania 98 Union 94 St rancis (Brnoklvn) RS airfield 47 Morgan State 93 Howard 83 Valparaiso 84 Houston 80 Ducuane 65 Geneva (Pa I 61 Kalamazoo 74 Olivet 61 Greenville 97 Missouri Mines 68 Sewanee 75 Millsans 45 North Carolina 88 Georgia Tech 76 Indiana iPa i 103 Alliance (a) 62 Upsala 75 Roanoke 65 Bridgeport 70 New York AC 63 Brooklyn College 58 Queens (NY) 44 Lafavette 97 Delaware 86 Idaho State 65 Colorado A and 54 Case Tech 79 enn College 61 Muskinzum 82 Oberlin 79 Bliss 94 Cincinnati Bible 86 Tulsa 63 Drake 62 Davis and Elkins 104 Berkley (W Vg i i west Virginia Tech 115 Potomac Stale I Hofstra 89 Baltimore 56 OHIO SCHOLASTIC Canton Lehman 69 Massillon 4 9 Akron Garfield 45 Ellet 30 Akron South 78 Akron Hower 41 Kent Roosevelt 78 Coventry 56 Middletown 98 Mansfield 38 Alliance 68 Akron North 44 Ashland 82 Bellevue 57 North Lima 55 Springfield Township Cuyahoga alls 35 Akrn Kenmore 32 Akron East 62 Barberton 53 Springfield Township 59 stow 57 Defiance Al inrflav KA Youngstown Woodrow Wilson 68 1 Youngs town Ursuline 4 5 Boardman 76 Austintown itch 4S Youngstown Rayen 66 Girard 52 ostoria 71 remont Rosa 4 9 Wadsworth 83 Norton 70 Youngstown East 54 Youngstown North 3Q Ravenna 69 Tallmadaa 60 front in the early minutes of the second headed fielder gin Oberlin which has lost two in a was behind 41 33 at the half and 59 47 going into the final period Alex Bruscino a substitute for Bay meshed 21 points 15 from the free throw lane but they enough Bill McClel lan's 21 were tops among four Bees who hit in the double fi gures Medina Leads Medina which defeated Ober lin last week and has become a title threat was ahead at the quarters 18 7 35 23 and 53 40 Rocky River and Olmsted alls each scored 40 points from the field but River converted on 14 of 29 charity tosses while alls made 11 of 19 The Pi rates rang up period margins of 17 13 35 31 and 47 41 Westlake was also in front all the way nailing leads of 16 11 26 18 and 34 26 to knock North Olmsted from the unbeat en ranks Dan Reehorst and Bill Schell enberger had 14 apiece and red Harbath 10 to pace the Demons while Johnny Hamn's 14 led the Eagles 81 A i it'll three or for Years get a strong 7 (Jfn football team back at Northwest cm he said "It took us six years Date Rejected ioran btaie uo riowaru sj 34 671 weitmar 83 Wavne State 69 O( 33 32 6734 34 6735 32 36 634 33 68 35 35 35 6S33 35 6832 36 6831 34 6535 34 6935 33 6933 36 6935 36 34 6935 34 35 69 Euclid Swimmers Dunk Lakewood Lake disqualification in a the final event the freestyle relay gave Euclid High seven points and a 39 38 swimming alty coop and brought his sea son's total of penalties to 82 minutes Because of the snow and icy road conditions that snarled Cleveland traffic the crowd was the smallest of the season 2741 The game was delayed about 15 minutes to favor late comers ans were still trailing in near the end of the first period winning goal was the 14th of the season for the Cleve land center He has 17 assists for 31 points The Barons and Buffalo squaring off tonight at the Arena are all even with three victories apiece this season Each has won two out of three at home A victory could put Cleveland within striking dis tance of its next objective third place Goal: McMeokln! defens: Williams Kraftcheck MacQueen Cushenan centers: Gordon Stearns Vejprava Mc Lellan left wings: Lund Prince Karrys right wings: Glover Hildebrand Pogue Goal: Simmons defense: Roche Collins McNab Tottle centers: Pidhlrny Groleau Leler: left wings Hast ings Anderson Powell Tennant: right wingsxBoone Matthew Atanas Cleveland 0 Springfield IRST PERIOD Goa Nne pn)f Pnwl1 (trtnnlnri enan (interference) 11 08 Tottle Ping SECOND PERIOD Hsttinct iPtrfhlmv Rnonei Karry? itiippinsi 4:16 Tot tle (tripplngi 6:53: Glover (10 minute misconduct) 15:39 Hildebrand (tripping) 1612 Miami Open i94o it was his soth knockout i waiix uirich record for 73 bouts now 65 I rank Stranahan With Chicago nd a 150 mile I shnicy surrounding area blacked from television the fight drew John Bamum a crowd of 12441 paying a gross gate of $128462 or a tnaterwaid gate of $107051 35 McGuire cent of the gate and the $75000 tv money came to an estimated Emino $61718 and 25 per cent to $45513 goh al th Harold William! Later after the Illinois Boxing' Bob Keiier figures had been nounced the International Boxingjiohn Weitzel (Club released its own figures on the fight The IBC said the fight drew a gross gate of $139725 with a net of $114929 According to the IBC figures each fighter would re Distilled Aged end Bottled by Borton Distilling (o Bcrdstown Kentucky dcXin addltional few housand Olson's wife recently announced up the opening in his familiar op she was suing for divorce ponent Sugar Ray lashed out with! Although Olson said fight a rapid left right combination An him laherty came back other fast series made Bobo give with want to straighten out way and then came the right up his family troubles before we think percut on the whiskers followed about fighting by a left that was hardly needed Down went Olson creasing the canvas with his back At about he started to roll over on one side and then rolled over com pletely as the count mounted Corrected Time Ring Announcer Ben Bentley first announced it at 1:51 but quick ly corrected it to 2:51 as the Robin son corner jubilantly celebrated its victory It was in this same Chicago Sta oe and he wobbled And then I dium ring that Robinson first hitting him the middleweight crown torturing! champion Jake LaMotta like a tor lcane(( that his 2x per cent of eador taunting a bull to stop! he gate and the $75000 radio Jake in the 13th round eb Mi television money (Olson got 3o per 1951 (Cent) had been attached by the federal government as a lein Afer Robinson against a reported $81000 in un paid income taxes Olson weighed 159U and Robin son surprisingly came in a half pound heavier at Bobo was supposed to have had his troubles making the 160 pound class limit The match had been postponed once from Nov 4 when Robinson reportedly sprained his right ankle ini ii vjiwiiwuuu udhe At 25 Pnhinvnn haroma tho nIH It was long after the Maxim dis cst man t0 middleweight crown since lommy nyan reurea undefeated in 1907 at the age of 37 Robinson knocked out Olson Oct 26 1950 at Philadelphia when he still was welterweight champion In their second bout at San ran cisco for the middleweight title Sugar Ray won a unanimous de cision in a close bout Once called "the greatest fighter around pound for pound Robin son now has won 137 lost 4 fought iz nraws ami naa i no ttecision match in 144 pro starts since he lejt me uoiaen uioves oacK in lation is a matter of opinion but victory yesterday at Euclid nwtinr! 1 zx 4 lx A ajijuuxv uiuiui ruiuv'o me iuiu book thoroughly from cover be nne events were behind cover It is his hobby to know the hockey code so well he can almost repeat it by heart Anyhow Glover's suggestion cost him 10 minutes in the pen frY Ki Bisk 3 jS fl A I I I I LA an kZrwX THAT' lWBB a ITH HMraUK TT iw i a tn rzq mn 3 wm (CriCtiX II 11)11 LhhmI 5 0 10 Chaney If 3 2 8 Osthoff rf 11 2 24 Palczer rf 4 0 8 Weideling 9 4 22 Bryant 11 0 22 Shotwell Is A 2 14 Tatum )r 4 0 8 Phillip nr 4 I 9 Coniam rr 5 8 18 Bicldisnn If 1 0 2 Scntt If 3 0 8 ucklick If 3 4 10 If 3 3 9 Uvrzcs rf 8 3 15 Buckles rf 1 4 6 Kaskey 4 4 12 Butler 3 4 10 Drake Is 4 0 8 Mavs lz 4 2 10 VfrDanlel rr 0 0 0 Walker ir 7 115 Elkins rf 2 0 4 Ir 1 0 2 Zofka I 10 2 Kuhns rf 10 2 Olmsted alls 39 Rocky River 26 77 Pay 59 get McClellan If 9 9 21 Clark If 2 5 9 Coe rt 6 1 13 Jacobson rf 0 2 Medley 4 3 11 Patterson 1 3 5 Auker Ir 7 3 17 Hinz is ft 12 Silcox rg 4 0 8 eeley rf 0 2 2 Yost rt 0 11 Sutherd jf 0 1 1 rt 2 0 4 Hauk 10 2 Burnett 1g 1 0 2 Nemec 0 5 5 Interviews in CLEVELAND in the CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ENGINEERS! SCIENTISTS! At Gmyf Conference on world 1 i i 1 1 noreed that Nuclear Reactorj will provide flie future source of energy Help us develop this country's future source nf power in our new plent on the outskirts of Pittsburgh Penn sylvania Join tfeveloomenf of atomic POWER I fW'' Ot 1 A A 1 MECHANICAL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL DESIGN: Many appealing problems in arrange manfi and gadgetry Pressure vessel design in an entirely new fialde Stress analysis with challenging opportunities in the field ef com bined mechanical and thermal stresses HEAT TRANSER ANO LUID MECHANICS: Problems InvoIvMg naw operating conditions for optimhing low cost nuclear power pro duction Highly analytical worl involving steady state parametric studies and analysis of power reactor transients Extensive support ing experimental work LUID SYSTEMS ENGINEERS Designers of piping systems including valves pumps heat exchanges ion exchange processes and other apparatus required in reactor plant design This work includes thermal and fluid flow analysis of the systems involved including steady state and transient performance as well as system design RADIO CHEMISTS To perform and supervise analysis for fission products transuranic elements and other activities PHYSICISTS AND MATHEMATICIANS Mathematicians for research in applied mathematics numerical anal ysis and digital computing techniques relating to theoretical prob lems in the physics and engineering of nuclear power reactors Phys icists to plan and conduct a program of investigation both theoretical and experimental to continue to improve basic reactor technology METALLURGISTS METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS PRODUCT AND PROCESS DEVELOPMENT: Design fabrication testing of experimental fuel elements study of irradiation effects on fuel elements development processes in vacuum induction and con sumeble aremelfing welding forging rolling extrusion cladding? process control and non destruchve testing BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH In the following fields: Physical Metallurgy: Phase studies transformation techniques diffu sion effects Mechanical Metallurgy Strain rates bonding effects creep prop erties Corrosion: Gas metal reactions corrosion mechanisms environmental effects ALLOY DEVELOPMENT: Re actor fuels cladding materials struc tural materials Irradiation effect studies in all of the above fields NON DESTRUCTIVE TEST ENGINEERS: Development on non de structive methods for inspection of critical parts of nuclear reactors Duties will also include purchase of equipment and establishing non destructive tost section QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEERS Highly iMreifing worl with lubcontrctori on Elctricl eknicl Metallurgical ProMuro Vettel and" Atomic Power Plant component work PURCHASING ENGINEER Technical buyer to negotiate coordinate and analyse sources of supply on complex components Experience in olectro mechanical components desirable Qualified candidates will be trained for this position combining engineering and purchasing CHEMICAL ENGINEERS or instrumentation component and system testing pressure vessel design and procurement stress analysis thermal analysis anj design plant arrangements unit operations process design and doveloomenl fission product waste removal STATISTICIANS Poiitioni open (or engmers or methemeticUni with broed knowledge in itetiitici end minimum of three yeeri' experience in aneiyiii of dets by itatisfical methodi ELECTRICAL AND CONTROL ENGINEERS Development design and application ef control systems and ap paratus for nuclear power plants WELDING ENGINEERS Developm nt of new welding methods quality control end Inspec tion supervision of welding end metals fabrication Westinghouse's New Ph ellowship Program In ennjunctlon with th vr(ty nf Pittsburgh the pro gram enable outstanding grad ual school csjidirfstm tn attain their Ma and hO decrees while on full par under the HestInthone Atomie Tower el lowihip Program SALARIES OPEN Amiile housing available hi modern suburban community 15 minutes from ner plant tn Pitbburrh Pennsylvania fdl working conditions Pension plan Tuition refund educational program tor graduate wort Health and life insuranre INTERVIEWS IN CLEVELAND Will be conducted by Mr Ellis Dr Lustman Mr 8 Ward and Mr A Johnston Call PRospect 1 7200 on Sunday December II Mondey December 12 Tues day December 13 Wednesday December 14 Thurs day December IS and riday December 16 from 9:00 to 5:30 pm (call collect from out of town) If un able to apply in person tend resume concerning yqur education and experience to: MR A JOHNSTON WESTINGHOUSE BETTIS PLANT Box 1468 Pittsburgh 30 Penna MIH SPORT 'U 3.

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