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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 24, 1969

P age Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 24, 1969

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With Saturday's 42-14 thrashing of the pride of Nashville,

the Michigan Wolverines have hopefully begun their in-

exorable march to a warm winter vacation. Their tenacious running attack (i.e. quarterback Ikon Moorhead at upper
left) and high-pressure (defense (witness end Cecil Pryor below) indicate this may be so. But problems like Moorhead's
inability to reach deep receivers (Paul Staroba reaches futilely for the ball lower left) will have to bb ironel out along
the way.

[ lpu' ad l1ower photo; by Eric Pergeaux

Photo at right by Larry Robbins

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And furthermore, if you are especially adept in certain foreign languages, the
National Security Agency is ready to give you immediate linguistic assignments
or may even train you in an entirely new languager
Demonstrated ability in language research can lead to more complex and
sophisticated duties. The systematic accumulation of information, examination
of data and preparation of special reports are important parts of these assign-
ments. And scientific linguists will find nowhere else the opportunities for prac-
tical applications of their craft.
At NSA you will be joining an Agency of national prominence-a unique civilian
organization responsible for developing "secure" communications systems to
transmit and receive, vital information
NSA offers you this opportunity to further broaden your knowledge of modern
language or area studies, and to use your talents in a challenging and reward-
ing career while you enjoy also the broad, liberal benefits of Federal employ-
mert. In return, we ask that you not only know your language, but that you be
flexible, naturally inventive and intellectually curious. That's a lot to ask.
Do you fit the picture?
Where to go. . . what to do: Language applicants must tale :ne Professiona
Qualification Test (PQT) as a prerequisite to NSA interviews for employment.
Pick up a PQT Bulletin at your Placement Office, the sooner the better. It con-
tains a brief registration orm which musr be received in Princeton, N.J. by
October & (for the October 18 test).
College Relations Branch, National Security Agency, Ft. George G. Meade,
Maryland 20755. Attn: M321. An equal opportunity employer, M/F.

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