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THE MICRI'GAN DAILY

Thursday, January 9, 1969

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THE MICt-IIGAN DAILY Thursday, January 9, 1969

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'"rp:, .'" f f< ' r.:._...ENGINEERING PLAEENT
~SERVICEBlg
LY OFFICIAL Engineers: :1 r lcmn For fulll placemmentseic
your 'College Interview. Form" must
BULLEIN"W~ be on file by the First Day of Classes.
If you expect to interview, obtain form
,,. ,.".> immediately from Engineering -Place-
menit Service, 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
ontinued from Page 1Q) JANUARY 11 and 12, 1969

open to all interested. Professor J. G. 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other.-
Young. January 14, 1969, 4:00 p.m. and wise specified.
7:30 p.m. In Room 325, West Engineer- JNAY1,16
ing Building. (Afternoon and evening JAYBell Aerosystems Co.
meetings will be the same.) Carrier Air oCnditioning Co.
JANURY 8 ad 19 199 ?Libbey-Owens-Ford Co.
JANURY 1 and19, 969Litton Industries - Guidance-& Con-
Engineering Placement Meeting: No. trot Systems Div.
3. "Employment Interviewing and Plant Hazeltine Corp.
visits." What to expect and how to United Aircraft Corp. - Norden Div.
(act during employment negotiations. U.S. Gov't.
Third of four meetings. Professor J. G.~ Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
Young~. January 20, 1969. 4:00 pmm. and ;

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sh, French, Math, Biology, World
.S. History, Mech. Arts, Girls &j
Phys. Educ.
OAV, January 17:
nt, Mich.; All fields.
DAY, January 21:
veland, Ohio: Orange Local Bch.;:
- All fields.
Lauderdale: Broward County- All

Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
1. "Engineering Market and Placement
Services" Salary and demand trends
and how to use the Engineering Place-
ment Service. First of: four meetings.
Primarily for seniors anti graduate stu-
dents, but open to all interested. Pro-
fessor J. G. Young. 'January '13, 4:00
p~m. and 7:30- p.ni 1n Boom 325, West
Engineering '.Eklidng. (Afternoon and
evening meetings will be the same.)

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4.
f} "c

W p.m. in Room' 325, West Engineer-
gBuilding. (Afternoon and evening
eetlhgs will be the same.)
JANUARY 19 and 21, 1969
Engineering Placement: Meeting: No.
"Success on the job." Common dif-
,ulties of transition from school to
)rk and how to avoid them. Fourth of
ur meetings. Professor J. G. Young.
=uary 21, 1969, 4:00 p.m. and 7:30
m. in Room 325, West Engineering
widing. (Afternoon and evening
eetings will be the same.)
Make Interview appointment at Room

JANUARY 16, 1969
Bell Aerosystems Co.
Bendix Corporation
Aerospace Systems Div.
Executive Div.
Missile Systems Div.
Research Laboratories
Litton Industries - Guidance &t Con-
trol Systems Div.
Rauland Div. of Zenith Radio Corp.
Texas Instruments Inc. - Equip.
Group, Dallas & Houston, Tex.
The Toledo Edison Co.
Zenith Radio Corp. - Corporate
U.S. Gov't- Puget Sound Naval
Shipyard

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iper Marlboro, Md.: Prince George ---wor
ity- All fields. JANUARY 12 and 14, 1969" foul
RS DAY, January 23:{ Enginieering.'Placement Meeting: R'o. Jan
ami, Fla.: Dade County Schools -f 2. "Engineering Careers." The different p.m
fieds, kinds of careers for engineers, and how Bui
"and Blanc, Mich.: All fields. to decide which you should follow. Se- mee
arrange appointments, Contact cond of' four meetings. Primarily for
Staelin, 764-7459, seniors. and; graduate students,. but 11

say
self

th inrg,
simply .. . compare a shirt laundered-at
that even after repeated wear, a shirt.

)MPARISON
WILL PROVE
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wbite as the dai you bo~ught it.
aim to pr'oduce a sparkling white shirt is one
.but to prove it is another. That's why Greene's
Greene's with a brand new one. See for your-
launeredat Green~e's stays as white as it was
difference in price for driver serv-

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and DENTAL students
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516 E. Liberty
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Ouir prices, let's face it, cousin
Are lower to keep business buzzin'

Our low*'prices oh Iclaw: Big

Phone NO 3-9333'

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The only place you get quality merchandise on the open~
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Our store is part of the largest system of individually-manaaw
college bookstores in the country. They buy approved
textbooks to meet curriculum needs, supplies that satisfy
school requirements, and name-brandi merchandise
to meet student wants. They risk buye these in
quantities large enough to effect a savings--which
they pass onto you. It's the law of supply and demand
with an important amendment for you.
F-LLETT'S

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