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Wednesday, October 23, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764Oil
Monday through Friday, 9:30-12:30 Complaints oniy 1:00 -

i57
:00 Mon. - Fri.

UNCONTRACTiED CLASSI FIED RATES,

LINES I day
2 1.00
3 - 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 2.20
9 2.40
10 2.60
INCHES
1 2.60
2 4.90
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 10.70

2 days
1.60
2.15
2.60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
4 55
4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
17.35
21.10.

3 days
2.35
3.10
3.75
4.35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6.65
7.15
7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31,40

4 dys 5 days
3. 0 3:65
4.05 4.85
4,05 5.90
4 65 6.90
6.35 ~ 7.85
7.20 8.85
7.90 9./5
9.70 10.65'
10.30 1 135
10.30 11.35
17.85 21.75
25.50 31.15
33.45 \ 40.95
41.40 51.15

6 days
4.20
5.65
6.90
8.05
9.25
10.40
11,45
12.60
13.30
13.30
25.40
36.65
48.30
60.50.

add.
.60-
.80
.95
1.15.
1.30
1.45
1.55
1.70
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1 j$0

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that ore 11I, 21, 31, etc. inch size will be billed at the
average of the lower and higher. inch rate.

PERSONAL
MATURE SCIENTIST, handsome, world-
traveller, single, desperately seeks
dance partner, age 21-30, with perfect
figure. No phonies please: 663-3084.
F9
VIKING ENTERPRISE presents: Soul-
town Review. Sunday, Oct. 27 from
7-11;30. Hullabaloo Club, 639 . SMain.
Featuring Jimmy Delphs, The Fabu-
lous Chantels, Helen Westfield. Mu-
sic by Iing George and His Royal
Subjects. Plus other special guests.
Donation: $2.50 advance, $3.00 at
door. Advance tickets can be bought
at Paraphernalia Fashion Review,
State St. Fll
SANDY-We met at Rubaiyat on 18th.
It was the best thing; you were
"special." What went wrong? I'm be-
wildered, hurt. Be patient; let's try
again. Friday? Please. F10
BEWARE! Less than 25 thinking days
before Nov. 14. FCf
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues.. Thurs., Fri.,
9-4: Wed.. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
.parent's permission.
483-1894
404 W. Michigan. Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blond Center
FILE NOW at SGC offices for seat on
Council. Petitioning for Nov. 12, 13.
elections. Close 5:00 p.m. Oct. 28. F6
TAKE A TRIP-on a sea of relaxation
-try our sauna. Ann Arbor Gym,
khana. 662-9200. P48

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
65 HONDA S90, Helmet. Must sell. Call
Mark Miller, 761-2330. Z3
HONDA S90. BARGAIN, ex. transporta-
tion. $185. 2396 S. State.. Z4
1965 SUPER HAWK. 5300 well taken
care of miles. Will sell to highest of-
fer by Nov. 1. Andy-761-5950. Z2
HONDA 65, 1900 miles. Best offer. 769-
0029. Zl
1966 BENELLI, 125 cc. $240 brand new
helmet extra. Jeri Johnston. 764-8560,
M-F 10-4:30 p.m. Z46
1966 YAMAHA 250 Scrambler, with hel-
met, good cond. 769-1084. Z50
1964, 250 c.c. Yamaha,' good condition.
Call 482-7519 after 5. Z49
VIVA!
Fall Housecleaning
Motorcycle and Accessory Clearance
Save at Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt, 971-4500

FOR RENT

FOR RENT

FEM. RM-MATE needed to comp. 4-
man apt. Jan.-Aug. Furn., air cond.,
disp Huge. $60/mo. including heat.
769-2056. C36
APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 bedroom
furnished, newer building on Vaughn
St. Convenient to campus, Please call
Professional Management Associates,,
769-2608, Days after 5, ,769-4297, or
663-9493. C37
FEM. ROOMMATE needed immeliately
-furn. apt., modern, near campus.
769-3360. C25
16UXURIOUS 2-bdrm., furnished apt.,
air-cond., garbage disposalQ balcony,
dishwasher, close to campus. Avail.
immediately. 663-5284 -or 761-8055. C9
2-3 MAN APT. Jan.-Aug, $175 or Jan.-
April $230. 761-7433. C24
NEEDED IMMED.-one mature,'young
woman to complete 3-man apt. $68/
mo. 5 blocks from campus. 662-2789.
C7

FOR SALE
IROOM FOR RENT, mature male, excel-
lent location. Call 762-7012 ,B28
MOTOROLA STE1EO-2 years old plus,
50 records. Jim, 761-6673. B33
TAPE RECORDER-Robert 770 Stereo,-
$230. 764-8917. B34
AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS.-
Excellent with children; good watch
dog and for hunting. beautifully
marked. Call 483-5973. B
HALLOWEEN TREAT - PILES OF
PUMPKINS - HUGE HEAP, CHEAP.
200 on sale now on our living room
floor. 54c-$1.50. 816 Hill St. (at Tap-
pan), 769-0988. B31
FLY LONDON-DETROIT $65, U. Char-
ter, return flight, Jan. 8, 4 tickets
available. Call 662-9703. B32
HONDA 50 C102I for, sale. $70. Call Ka-
thy, 761-2549. B28
TAPERECORDER-Sony 660, 1 yr. old,
$300. 761-8126. B27,
Steve'tat 668-8083 a ter 6 p.m. XC
NICE LITTLE HONDA 50. Cheap but
does need some work. Contact ,David
at 761-2162. BB
AKAI 4 TRACK stereo tape recorder,
acces, and head phones. $140.1665-0330
after 5. B33

PERSONAL

FOR RENT

B26 11

IN GREAT NEED of money
consider almost anything.
1498 evenings.,

soon.Will
Call 883-
PC

LOST AN FOUND

LOST 1968 U. of D. ring, 2nd floor
Mason. Please call 764-3985. A33
LOST: Men's glasses Sat. p.m., may
have Det. phone tag on them; Call
761-0807 5-7 p.m. REWARD. , A36
LOST: PRESCRIPTION GLASSES, black
frames, 200 blk. N. Thayer, 761-8910.
REWARD. A35
LOST-10/15/68, small blk, kitten. An-
swers to Sadie. In S. Forest-S.U.
area. Call 761-9368. A37
LOSE A MONEY ORDER in Mason Hall?
Call 763-2871. A23
LOST at Vth Forum, Wed., Oct. 9, 7:00
show, Man's wallet. Please call 769-
3140 qr bring to 815 S. Main, apt. C-1.
Reward. Also lost at YMCA locker-
room, woman's wristwatch, Tuesday
nite, Oct. 8. A22
MUSICAL MDSE,
RADIOS,.REPAIRS
TROMBONE, King model 3B, combina-.
tion valve-slide, exe. instrument with
case. 475-8467, after 5. X44
CELLO, perfect1 cond., ideal student in-
strument. 769-2725 or 7694897. :X45
HERB DAVID GUITA RSTUDIO
Acoustic, electric instruments, ac-
cessories,, Dafid lessons - repairs
Gibson, Harmony. 209 S. State. 665- -'
8001. 10-7 p.m. X

SENIOR TICKETS for 'ale to last three
Michigan football games. Call Thoryn.
T,61-6683 or 764-0553. PF
OCT.' 16, DEC. 4, APRIL 3, JUNE 5.
Wlen will you Join us? Nov. 14?
--Omega. FF
UNDERGRAD POLITICAL SCIENCE stu-
dents interested in airing grievances
or formulating .curriculum proposals'
please contact Morris Saks, 665-2480.
FC
5021 HAMILTON, M., I'm sorry about
the ill happenings of the past few
days. I ask you to make the decisions
which must be made. At any rate, I
still dig you. R. FE
GARGOYLE ' WRITERS' MEETING.
Wednesday at 7:30 in the orifice (of-*
-fice). 420 Maynard. FB
ATTENTION: Special, new coed. I
found your earring. Call Jim at 662-
, 8325. FF
ONLY 95 DAYS until the Creative Arts
Festival begins. F15
WANTED-3 tickets to Minnesota game.
Call 769-3290 and ask for 'South 3,
S-L-L. :FD
100 PUMPKINS are needed by the U of
M Tutorial Project, Sat., Oct. 26, to
help disadvantaged children have a
happy Halloween.,} Any donation
gratefully received. Call 663-8607 or
665-7471. F16
SENIOR MALE SEEKS ROOMMATE
with apartment. Must have private
bedroom. Ask for Calc. 769-2625. FE
DESPERATELY FEED .two tickets to
DIONNE WARWICK concert. Will pay
dearly for good seats. Call Al at 769-
5206: FC
SENIOR SOCIETY MEMBERS, Senior
yearbook picture changed to tonight,
at 6:00 p.m. in the cave, 4th floor of
the league. . P
STROBEI LIGHT FOR RENT
761-0195
F11
A .U NIQUE EXPERIENCE
THE INTERPERSONAL DATING
SERVICE ,
665-6614
Man-Fri. 4 p.m.-6 p.m., 7 p.m.-9 p.m.
P14
Michoel is coming!
(get set)
PC
THIS IS NO JOKE! Save $75-$500 the
day you buy her diamond unless yoU
don't care .how expessive the cost.
.Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University,
663-7151. P29

1966 HONDA Super Hawk, exc. cond.
$425 w/helmets. Dave-665-9741, ext.
368. Evenings call Bart, 1-227-3540,
HONDA 305, 4000 rhi., custom work
extras, helmet $410. Call Steve, 761-
6327. Z21
.FLAWLESS R-69 BMW, thoroughly
restored 1960, must sell, 662-5912. Z20
1966 SUZUKI 150, good cond., $250. 1968
Honda 90, like new, $275. .Call 769-
0046. Z35
SUZUKI '66 250cc X6 Hustler. Extras.
$350. 6-9 p.m. 662-4274. Z33

NEAR HOSPITAL,
Beautiful 2 bdrm., bi-level apt. for
2 to 5 people. Call 665-0154. C14
8 M.O. LEASE: Need 1 girl, $65. 665-
5550. C18
ROOMMATES

Call Charter Realty at 665-8825.
FOR RENT

C161

HANDSOME? seniordesirestome-t1968 BSA 441 Shooting Star. Perfect
girl who: ?scond., 3000 mi. 663-3856. Z6
195 ONAr0lc ls hhlmts:go

likes sports and hates kids.
can cook,
is an atheist and culture vulture,1
has liberated sexual attitude,
is sexy and capable of independent
thought
ask for Don, 761-2627. F39
RELIGIOUS COUNSELING with Rabbi
at Hillel by appt. only. 663-4129. F49
GIRL SINGER wants to join group,
971-4004, after 5. F45.
TAKE A TRIP-/on a sea of relaxation-
try our sauna. Ann Arbor Gymkhana.
662-9200. F48
Europe 9 weeks, 12 countries $999. Call
STUDENT TOURS, 764-0819. F47
TIRED OF SLEEPING in your car?
Fighting with your roommate? The
Office of University .Housing, 3011,
Student Activities Building, can
solve your problem. Come and see us.
F16
ATTRACTIVE 25 yr. old girl with
Master's degree, wants to meet young
man w, comparable education. Call
Karen between 5-8 p.m. at 662-7701,
F34
rV RENTALS $10.00 per month, FREE
Service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals. 662-5671 today. F39

1965 HONDA 50 cc, plus 2 helmets, good
cond. Call 761-3883. Z49
USED CARS
1961 SUNBEAM ALPINE. Good condi-
tion. Best offer. Must sell, Call 769-
1227 anytime. N40
RAMBLER 1962 Classic stationwagon,
1 owners good cond. 663-6465. N37
LAND ROVER 1965 ex. cond., should be
seen. 662-8910. N38
'62 FALCON 4-dr, 5,000 mi., no rust,
rebuilt engine, $400. 769-0263. 8-10
a.m. N39
1965 FORD GALAXIE Conv., dk. blue,
blk. top, 289 V8, stick, pwr. steering,
exc. cond. and appearance. $995. After
5, 482-6914. N29
1962 MG A 1600 mkII -$450. Gall 663-
2945 after 6 p.m. N27
RAMBLER '62. $295. 763-4749. N26
1966 MUSTANG, air cond., stereo tape,
radio, 4 barreled carb., 289 cc, V8,
auto trans., tinted glass, black vinyl

FALL A PTS
ON-CAMPUS LOCATIONS
FOR 3-5 PEOPLE'
1 & 2 BDRM. APTS.
PRICED FROM $200
CALL
Summit
Assoc.
Open Mon.-Sat. - 9;30-5:00
,761-8055
C42
GARAGE FOR RENT. Lawrence and
Oakland St. area. 665-9405. C30
ROOM FOR RENT immediately OR for
winter-call Jim, 761-6673, C33
1 COMFORTABLE room, share kitchen
& bath. Female, $65/mo, 665-2164. C31
WANTED--i girl to rent beautiful lge.
apt. CallBill C. 5-7, 761-9855. C34

C45'

or 2 FEM. RM-MATES wanted. lose
to med. enter, River Hse. Apts. Call
761-1391 'after 6. C23

TAKE OVER LEASE OR SUBLET
Dec. 20-Aug. 20. New 1-2 man furnished
efficiency apt., 2 blocks from campus,
air-cond., disposal, carpeting. Call
Fran, 764-0482; after 5, 663-2290. C
GRAN D,
OPENING
of
ARBOR
MANOR
TOWNHOUSES
A fine new cooperative community.
Gracious hillsider living-just 10
minutes from Anp Arbor.
Owen your own 1. 2, or 3 bedroom;
home. Both A and 1 bath units
including custom crafted Hotpoint
appliances.
from
$97
per month, including all utilities
except electricity.
Total lawn and garden care, snow
removal, trash removal, and all
exterior painting included in
monthly charge.
Throw away our rent receipts and
come to Arbor Manor today.
Build an equity in a home of your
own.
Drive south on Carpenter Rd., turn
'left on Michigan Ave. Continue
1% miles, to Second Ave., turn right
1 block to furnished models.
Open daily and Sunday from noon
till 8, Saturday, noon till 5, closed
Thursday.
For -further information call FCH
Services, Inc.
483-7562

'ParkingE
Garage or parking lot. Reasonable
rates. Call Charter Realty. 665-0154.
C31
ROOM FOR RENT-Mature male, ex-
cellent location. Call 662-7012. C28
2 BDRM., main floor, furnished apt.,
close to campus. Avail. Nov, 1st.
Prefer couple. Call 665-8321. C27
WANTED TO RENT
MALE STUDENT seeks own bd. room
in house or apt. Now. 665-4614 L7
COUPLE DESIRES furnished apt. Nov.
1-Dec. 20. 971-2691. L8
NEEDED: Campus locale, room w it h,
Chop and cooking facilities. HELP!r
603-2655, after 6 p.m. L6
COUPLE WANTS to sublet apt. Dec.-
Aug., campus location preferred. Call
Julie, 769-2836, L3
BUSINESS SERVICES
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS, CANDID and informal por-
traits, or any assignment. Profes-
sional quality at student rates. Call
John Evans at 769-0868 anytime. J
THESIS and term papers typed in my
home. 769-5441. J41
EXPERIENCED TYPIST - will do typ-,
ing in my home. 665-4380. J30
PAPERS, ESSAYS. h PORTS, THESES:
Perfect copies now only 7c on' over-
night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
On request we supply 20 wgt. copy pa-
.per free. Overnight service only 7c per
page (stored in office safe for corn-
plete safety of documents). Immedi-
aet service during business rours only
8c per page. Two locations: 211 State
St., 769-4252 and 1217 S. University,
769-0560. JJ
TYPING DONE in my home. Manu-
scripts, papers, etc. 663-7894. J40
PROFESSIONAL TYPING done prompt-
ly and accurately at reasonable rates.
Call '434-1121 after 12 nogn. J37
HELP WANTED
STUDENT.; WITH INITIATIVE and
transportation needed for part-time
sales work. Flexible hours. Interesting
work. Call 313-498-2618 for interview.
HII

THE GOOD I FE
For young doctors, nurses, teachers,
stewardesses, researchers, profession-
al people, and grad students.

HELP WANTED
SHIPPING & RECEIVING
Part-time male, mornings or after-
,noons. Apply in person at: A & L
Battery & Elec. Service, 529 $.
Main, 665-4411. H34
COCKTAIL WAITRESS, part time. 426-
8183. H30
FREE DINNER to student girl who
loves to cook my diinners. C~all Mrs.
Mole, NO 2-9541 10 a.m.-6 p.m. H44
EXPLORE CAREER TEACHING oppor-
tunities in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
A suburban community 20 miles from
New York City. Interviewing at the
University of Michigan Placement Of-
fice oi October 28, 10:00 a.m,-4 p.m.
,H23
TOURIST INFORMATION CLERK 05
To fill seasonal and permnanent va-
cancies. Salary range $458 to $552
monthly. AllMichigan civil service
benefits, including an outstanding
state contributory insurance program,
excellent retirement plan, longevity
bonus, unlimited opportunities for
personal advancement, and liberal va-
cation and sick leave allowance, plus
social security. Must haygrad'uatd
from high schoo and have two years
of experience in office work or in
pulic contact work such as selling,
field work, or similar work requiring
effective dealing with people; orcom-
pletion of two years of college.. Ap-
plications will be accepted from those
who will complete two years of college
by June 1969. For additional infor-
mation and application for examina-
tion, write the Department of Civil
Service, Lansing, Michigan 48913. Ap-
plications must be received by this of-
fice no later than 5:00 p.m., November
12, 1968. For other job opportunity
information call 517-373-3051, day or
night. An equal opportunity employer.
E135
MISCELLANEOUS
HEALTH FOODS AND DIET FOODS.
523% N. Ashley. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (except
Sun). NO 2-9541. M16
PARKING BY SjMESTER, near S. Univ.
& Forest. Area paved. $10/mo. Phone
662-2557 M12
SHADY TRAILS RIDING STABLE. Rid-
ing daily. Group rides and hayrides
at cookout. Also sleigh rides. 12655
Plank Rd., Milan, Mich. 432-4143 M19
7

Bi-level
* Dishwasher
* 2 baths
* Air-conditioned

NHY MESS with erasing carbon cop.
ies? Wby ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
r now Xerox your original at only 8c
WANTED-Male Roommate for 2-man
apt. 8 mo. lease. Call 663-0120 or
761-7697. F40
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
instead, and save hours and hours
of copying by hand. Only 8c per
page. Two locations: 211 State St.,
769-4252, and 1217 S. University, 769-
0560. F17
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-$871 (24 hours). F
WANTED TO BUY
4 TICKETS TO MICH/MINN GAME,
NO 2-3357. after 5 p.m. K49
THESIS on any management subject, at
least 100 pages with outline. Ask for
Jim, after 6 p.m., 761-1091. K50
WAN'ED: Two tickets for UC-Minn
game. Must be together. Call 769-
2524. KD
WANTED-3 tickets Homecoming game,
preferably same section. Neila, 761-
7666, 5-8 p m. or any time, K
PLANE OR BOAT TICKET wanted to'

top, mag wheels, wood steering
wheel. Call 769-5669 after 5. N47
1937 AUSTIN 7, 45,000 mi., runs per-
fectly, beautiful4condition. 665-5522.
N31
'65 MG 1100 Sesan. uMst sell. $500 or
best offer. 665-6051. N10
1966 SUNBEAM Alpine w/wire wheels
and radials. Dk. blue body in great
shape. Engine runs very well. Call
971-3705 after 6:30 p.m. . N12
1967 BUICK OPAL Ralleye. Must sell
immed. 429-7617 or 429-7820. N
1967 SUNBEAM conv., red, fully equip-
ped, $1695. 662-9663. N21
'56 PORSCHE convert., body mint, eng.
perf., top, worn. $950. Drafted will
dicker. 761-3947, 5-7 p.m. N22
FOR RENT
2 BDRM. luxury apt, near campus. 908
Sybil, No. 2. Call 769-0479, 6-8 p.m.
C29
IDEAL FOR COUPLE-1 bedrm., fur-
nished, carpeting, disposal, air condi-
tioning, resident manager, stadium lo-
cation, 1% blocks to commuter bus.
Sublet now-Aug. Sans Souci Apts.
761-2265, C18
AVAIL IMMED.-1 bdrm, unfurn, car-
peted, $143, 1 mi from campus,
Brookside Apts.-lease to Aug. Will
provide incentive. Call Jack-764-
6559, leave message. C32
GIRL WANTLID for 2-man on Wilmot
St. Available now. $65/mo. Call 761-
0985 after 4. C35

r
1:

Sound-proof
Professional resident manager
Excellent residential setting
adjacent to the main campus.

Meet Your
Mate/
through the
S aily
C lossified~s

Duerrenmaft's
"The Visit"
presented by
THE ANN ARBOR
CIVIC THEATRE
OCt. 30, 31
NOV. 1, 2
8:00 P.M.
Lydia[Mendelssohn Theqtre

Charter Realty

1335 . .University
Residept Manager

665-8825
665-0432
C29

I

a '

Do you think
a ,*bright young engineer
should spend

- i

FOR SALE, Gibson LG-1, Call Randy EUROPE '9 WEEKS, 12 countries. $999.
7610807 5-7 p.m. X42 Call STUDENT TOURS, 764-0819. F4F

i

GIBSON ES-345 Tp Stereo guitar. w.
gold P1, grovers, 4 mo., $473. 769-
0263. Call before 1 a.m. X43
BABY GRAND, beautiful tone. Paid
$800 3 months ago. Will accept $600
or best offer. Call Bob, 764-7128 or
483-9669 after 5. X38
STRING BASS, full size, wood, flat.'
back. 662-5946 after 6' p.m. X35
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AFGHANS, black masked red, champion
stock, gentle, affectionate pets. 426-
4868. T27
6 WX OLD KITTENS, FREE, house-
broken, raised w. love, will deliver,
483-3210. T29
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's Store
LEVI'S Galote For
Gals and Guys!;
LEVI DENIMS:
Button Fly......$ 5.29
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims......$5.50I
* Pre-Shrunk
Dungares.......$5.79
Now Levi Denims .
for Gals . .......$6.00
LEVI'S STAPREST:
"White" Levi's .. $6.98
( *5 Colors)
Nuvo Hopsack $8.00
"Stitches".....$6.98
S-+-R-E-T-C-H .... $6.98.

MOADON .
Presentation and discussion on
THE ISRAEL ARAB.
Tonight, 8:30, Hillel Bldg., 1429 Hill
OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS
F12
VOTE BRAINS-VOTE BRAZER: Coun-
ty Board of Supervisors, 7th District
(2nd ward) Marjorie Brazer - Demo-
crat. F

his most imaginative years on
the same assdignment?

N

Neither do we.,

That's why wethave a two-
year Rotation Program for
graduating engineers who
would prefer to explore several
technical areas. And that's why
many of our areas are organ-
ized by function-rather than
by project.
At Hughes, you might
work on spacecraft, communi-
cations satellites and/or tacti-
cal missiles during your first.
two years.
All you need is an EE, ME
or Physics degree and talent.

You may select special-
ized jobs, or broad systems-
type jobs. Or you can choose
not to change assignmnts if
you'd rather develop in-depth
skills in one area.
Either way, weN*think
you'll like the Hughes ap-
proach,
It means you'll become
more versatile in a shorter
time. ,------------
(A nd your ' HUGHES
salary will L------.-.
show it.) H UG..AI.CA.T..ON

If you qualify, we'l Iarrange for
'you to work on several different
assignments'... and you can
help pick them.

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We are dedicated to making a major Contri-
bution to many of the unresolved problems
facing mankind. We are planning projects now
that will affect the world in the year 2000, If
you have a searching curiosity . . . an intense
desire to become involved in the world .. .
and the determination to be the best - then
one of our 11 Divisions has a spot for you.
Come and talk to us about your future . . . or
write to College Relations, Philco-Ford Corpo-

"CAMPUS INTERVIEWS:
November 5 & 6,1968:
Representatives of several activities of Hughes Aircraft Company (each with highly-
specialized personnel requirements and separate interview schedules) will visit your j
campus. If your career interests lie in one or more of the following fields of aero-
space/electronics, contact your Placement Office TODAY to make sure your name

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