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THME MICHIGAN DAILY

New Landing Light System'

Willow Run Airport's new elec-
tronic flash landing lights were
installed Thursday night.
The lights were commissioned
by the Civil Aeronautics Adminis-
tration with a demonstration for
airline and airport officials and
newsmen.
The system, which is called the
Electronic Flash Approach Sys-
tem, was installed recently at the
south-west end of the instrument
landing runway.
Poor Visibility Use
This lighting system can be'
used under all types of poor visi-
Allity, and can be seen at greater
distances than could the former
approach lighting system at Wil-
low Run, according to officials of
the airport.
Willow Run is now the fourth
civil airport in the country to have
the system installed by the Civil{
A e r o n a u t i c s Association.
At the end of the runway are
24 strobeacons which develop 30
million candlepower apiece. The
systems provide a blue-white1
"fireball" pointing a direct line to
the end of the runway. N
The synchronized lights flash
every 1/5000 of a second. The to- -

tal effect is a fireball that travels
down the runway at a speed of
over 4,000 miles per hour toward
the runway.
Since each of the strobeaconI
lights flash for such a short'
amount of time, the pilots are not
blinded by the light, a SAA engi-
neer explained,
The present electronic system
was adopted as standard by the
CAA a little over a year ago. More~;
than 10 years were spent on de-
veloping the system.
Burn Continuously
Not only the strobeacons are
used at the Willow Run Airport;
in connection with the strobea-
cons a series of lights which burn
continuously at a low intensity is
used. This reduces the glare which
the pilot is subjected to, it was ex-
plained.
Basically the system works in
the following way: A pilot flying
into the airport is lined up with'
the runway by use of the "fire-
ball" pointer which directs him
to the end of the instruments ap-
proach runway. The other lights
are used to aid the pilot in orient-
ing the plane with the horizon.

Fall Talks
On Science,
To Disband
Prof. Frederick T. Haddock of
the engineering college and the
astronomy department will deliver
the final lecture in the fall sci-
ence series at 8:30 a.m. today in
the Ann Arbor High School.
The series, initiated for Ann Ar-
bor public school students, will
be resumed sometime next semes-
ter, John Rosembergy, high school
science department chairman,
-said.
Members of the city's Board of
Education have been invited to
attend today's lecture. Rosem-
bergy added that any interested
student in the public school sys-
tem or interested individuals may
also attend.
In conjunction with the lecture
series, a science research program
has been established. Forty-five
high school students who demon-
strated superior ability and spe-
cial interest in science were cho-
sen to participate in the program.
They meet weekly, following the
lectures.
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Seville," Boitois "Mefistofele" and
Gounod's "Faust;" and songs by Shu-
bert, Faure, Duparc, Ibert; as well as
several spirituals.
Tickets are available at the offices
of the University Musical Society in
Burton Tower during office hours; and
will also be on sale on the evening of
the concert after 7:00 p.m. at the Hill
Aud. box office.
Academic Notices
Engineering Scholarships: A limited
number of undergraduate engineering
scholarships are available for the sec-
ond semester. Consult the bulletin
boards for instructions relative to qua-
lifications and applications
Engineering Mechanics S e m i n a r,
Mon., Nov. 24, 4:00 p.m. Rm. 218 W.
Eng. Bldg. Mr. Michael Bentwich will
speak on "Topics in the Use of Digital
Computers." Coffee will be served at
3:30 p.m., Rm. 201 W, Eng. Bldg. All in-
terested persons are invited to attend.
Placement Notices
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Admin. Bldg. Appointments
should be made by 4 p m. of the day
prior to the interview. Call University,
Ext. 3371 for appointments.
Tues., Dec. 2:
Project Matterhorn, Princeton Uni-
versity, Princeton, N.J. Location of
work: Forrestal Research Center,
Princeton, N.J. Graduates: Feb.,. June,
Aug. Citizenship required. Men with
B.., M.B., or Ph.D. in Physics for Re-
search and Development.
Central Intelligence Agency, Wash-
ington, DC. Location of work: Wash-
ington, D.C. Graduates: Feb., June,
Aug. Intelligence work for the govern-
ment. 1) Men with B.A., M.A., or Ph.D.
in History or Political Science. 2) Men
with knowledge of Korean or Chinese
language. 3) Man, single, fluent use of
German. 3) Men with M.S. or Ph:D.
preferred in General Sciences, Physics,
Chemistry, etc.) Women with M.A. or
Ph.D. in History or Political Science.,

5) Women with B.A and typing and/or
shorthand who can qualify may have
opportunity to go overseas after .6-18
months in Washington, D.C. 6) Man
with Ph.D. or will have a Ph.D. in Psy-
chology in a year for Testing and Eval-
uation. Preference is given to students
in the upper quarter of their class who
are in good health and are willing to
travel. For some veterans are desirable:
For all U.S. citizenship is a requisite.
Wed., Dec. 3:
Central Intelligence Agency - See
Tuesday's listing
Thurs. Dec. 4:
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany, Detroit, Mich. Location of work:
Detroit, Mich. Graduates: Feb., June,
Aug. Men with a B.A. in Liberal Arts
or Business Administration or degree
in Law for Sales. On-the-Job training.
Fr1., Dec. 5:
Continental Casualty Company, Chi-
cago, Ill. Location of work: Chicago,
Ill. Graduates: Feb. Citizenship not re-
quired for employment. 1en and wo-
men with a degree in Liberal Arts,
Bus. Admin., Math., or Law for 1) Ac-
tuarial; 2) Electric Computing; 3) In-
surance including Home Office, Claims,
and Sales; 4) Management Training; 5)
Market Research 6) Merchandising; 7)
TerritorySales; 8),)Sales Promotion; 9)
Statistics.
L.O.F. Glass Fibers, Toledo, Ohio.
Location of work: Plant Locations:
Waterville, Ohio; Defiance, Ohio; Cor-
ona, Calif.; Parkersburg, W. Va.; Hous-
ton, Texas; Toledo, Ohio General Of-
fices. Graduates: Feb., June. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Bus. Admin.
for 1) Management Training Program
eventually leading to Production and
Manufacturing, and 2) Marketing Sales.
Training in all phases of the company.
Summer Placement Service Notice:
Jobs in business and industry, camps
and resorts will be discussed at the
Summer Placement meeting, Tues., Nov.
25 at 4:40 in Aud. A, Angell Ball.
Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the School of Engineer-
ing on Nov. 24:
Standard-Vacuum Oil Co. Initially
for headquarters in White Plains, N.Y.;

jobs will lead to career assignments in
the far east. B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Civil,
Elec., Ind. and Mech. Must be U.S. or
Canadian citizens. Refining, Marketing,
Operations and Producing. Foreign stu-
dents for employment as nationals of
countries in which Standard-Vacuum
operates. B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Civil,
Elec., Ind., and Mech. Must be citizen
of Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Malaya,
Ceylon, Pakistan, India, Japan, Viet
Nam or the Philippines. Refining, Mar-
keting, Operations, Producing.
U.S. Govt., Dept. of the Army, Dia-
mond Ordnance Fuze Lab., Washington,
D.C. B.S.: E. Phys., Mech. and Physics.
M.S.: Elec., Mech., Nuclear and Physics.
Also summer. Must be U.S. citizen. De-
sign, Research and Development.
'U.S. Govt., New York Naval Shipyard,
Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S. and M.S.: Civil,
Elec., E.M., Mech., Met. and Naval
Arch. and Marine. Must be U.S. citizen.
Design, Res. and Dev., Sales,
The following company will be in-
terviewing at the School of Engineering
on Nov. 25:
General Tire & Rubber Co., Aerojet-
General Corp., Azusa, Calif. M.S.: Aero.,
Elec., Mech., Physics and Chemistry.
Ph.D.: Aero., Ch.E., Elec., Mech., Physics
and Chemistry. Must be U.S. citizen.
Design, Res. and Dev.
Personnel Requests:
Southwest Research Inst., San An-
tonio 6, Texas. Research. M.S. or Ph.D.
degree. Electronic Engineers, Structural
Engineers and Applications Engineers.
Mathematicians.
Bendix Aviation Corp., Bendix Prod-
ucts Division - Missiles. Computer
Engineer. For: B.S.E.E./w school back-
ground of differential equations and
some numerical analysis. Position: To
analyze and prepare technical programs
for IBM 650 computer.
Argus Cameras, Ann Arbor. Advance
Development. For: Graduate in Science
Engineering or Electrical Engineering.
Position: To do advance development
work and feasibility studies of photo-
graphic mechanisms and devices,
W. L. Badger & Associates, Ann Ar-
bor. Design, For: Draftsman with exp.
In the preparation of electrical Instal-
lation drawings for industrial plants
and also, if possible, some exp. with
chemical plant piping and layout draw-
ings. Single-line drawings but must
incorporate the standard symbols com-
monly in use for electrical drawings.
Position: Arrangements for this man
must be made before Mon., Nov. 25.
Organization 4
Notices
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Nov.
23, 4 p.m., Lane Hall. Speaker: Rev.
Leonard Ver Duin, "What is God's
Standard for Man?"
* * *
Newman Club, International Student
Seminar, Nov. 22 and 23, Movie, "Lost
Hriz o"Nov 3. 31 oran-

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evenings or before 9:00 a.m. )H25
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PERSONAL
Bridgette:
Meet me at Hillel Supper Club to-
morrow at 6 P.M for a wonderful
delicatessen supper, and we can stay
aftetrward to watch cha-cha and
mambo in modern jazz at social
dance class. Sacho
)F179
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Do You Know
Miichel Schirmer.........-.....24591
Elaine Webeck..............25533
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IT'S A CHAMPAGNE for Schaffer. Hap-
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THE OLD PHILOSOPHER
A minute in the mouth; four hours
in the stomach; and a lifetime on
the hips. )F
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I'll meet you tonight at Hillel Supper
Club for a fine delicatessen supper,
and would just love to stay after
for social dance class.
--Bridgette
)F178
RIDE wanted to Central Indiana. Can
leave Wed., November 26th. Call NO
8-9853. )F174
Are you up a tree about Christmas
presents? Solve your problems in
the comfort of your home by order-
ing magazine subscriptions from
Student Periodical Agency, NO
2-3061. We send gift cards. )F177
HAVE A custom made dress for the
holidays this year. Shirl's Sewing
Shop. 3016 Packard Road. NO 8-7143.
Evenings Call NO 3-7341. )F159
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED RIDE-Mon. thru Fri.; must
arrive Mich. Union 7:40 A.M. from
North Campus. Call NO 3-3831, Eve.
. )G2
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SPECIAL -
MAGNAVOX HI-FI
including 3 speakers, diamond
needle, 45 spindle. $129.90.
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
) X15
GUITAR LESSONS: Guitars. Qualified
instructor. Call Maddy Music for de-
tails. NO 3-3395. 508 E. William. )X12

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FOR SALE
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER
Remington Rand standard model.
One owner machine, two years old,
Exc. condition. NO 2-8495 aft. or
5:30 p.m. weekdays and all day
week-ends. )B77
POLAROID CAMERAS. Highlander and
Speedliner. NO 5-6456. Priced to sell.
)B76
FOR SALE: 31 foot 1953 General House
Trailer in court near Ann Arbor,
Fully equipped, in good condition.
Call NO 2-9984. )B75
NEED CASH
Pilot portable Hi-Fi Phono-
graph, with matching stand. Superb
reproduction. Twenty 10 and 12" LP
records included. $125.
... Year-Old Firestone 14" portable
TV. Works fine. $50.
Smith-Corona portable type-
writer. Newly reconditioned with
guarantee. Nice. $50.
Van Boven gray tweed suit and
tan tweed sportcoat. 41 Long. Exc.
$30.
Beginner's Skiis, 6'9" with bind-
ings. Hardly used. With ski poles.j
$10.
Play pen with new pad. Also
new Hopkins MaGic Gate. $10.

FOR RENT
ROOMMATE wanted to share very nice,
new 3 man apartment. Good loca-
tion. Study conditions. Reasonable
rent. Call John Neily or Frank Whe-
lan at NO 3-7130 after 5 P.M. )C112
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-There are
available for immediate occupancy
efficiency, one and two bedroom
apts. at both University Terrace and
Northwood Apts. To be eligible you
must be a married student or full
time faculty member who is not al-
ready assigned to either Univ. Terrace
or Northwood Apts. For information
please contact Mr. Melhuish, 1056
Ad. Building or call NO 3-1511, ext.
3311 or 2914. )C109
TWO ROOM SUITE for men. Rent as
double or single. $7 and $10 a week.
Linens. One block to Union. Phone
NO 8-6757. )C106
TRAILER SPACE
AVAILABLE
.IS-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
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STAR'LIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. Academy 7-7199
)C3,
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and cold water. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. $40 a month. Call after 5 pm.
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We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
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Friendly service is our business.
Atlas - tires, batteries and acces-
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RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs. Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey, Thomas) New and Used.
Terms.
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Orchard Grove. Completely modern.
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awning over patio. Excellent condi-
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