THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1966
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Son your father might think that you're
not old enough to understand. But we're
going to try to explain it to you so you
Uniroyal is the new international trade-
mark for the U.S. Rubber Company.
(That only sounds complicated. A
trademark is kind of like a nickname for
companies. And an international trade-
mark simply means that no matter where
that company goes in the world, every-
bady knows its nickname right away
Why did we need a new trademark?
Because we've outgrown our old one,
"U.S. Rubber," the way some kids out-
grow their nicknames.*
You see, about half the things we make
-such as Royalex®(a modern plastic that's
tougher than steel) or KedsO (the canvas.
sneakers that you wear to play baseball)
or even your father's new Royal@ golf
clubs-have very-little to do with rubber.
So you can see that the "Rubber" part of
our nickname doesn't fit anymore.
As for the "U.S." part, we make a lot
of our things in 23 different countries all
over the world. So that doesn't fit either,
But our new nickname, Uniroyal, fits
everything we make. No matter where
we make it.
Isn't it all clear now?3
Could you explain it
to your dad tonight?
Atta boy.. S. RUBBER
A man Who actually knows what a U~~hyl~ is
ill be, onc ampus$soon*
(Check with your placement office for the exact date and time)
Naval Ship Systems Command needs
ELECTRICAL * ELECTRONIC
MARINE NUCLEAR -* NA
n/lrt'C'TJA TTO A T
for research, development, design and project
management on our current programs: Communications
Satellites, Submarine Rescue Vehicles, Deep Ocean
Search Vehicles, Aircraft Carriers, Hydrofoils
Deep Diving Pressure
Life Support Systems
If youdon't know, read on-
because it's a name that could
loom large in your future career
as scientist and engineer.
The man for whom these Labora-
tories were named-Harry Diamond,
a senior member of the staff of the
National Bureau of Standards-was
instrumental in developing forWW 11
use what has been described as
"second in importance only to the
atomic bomb": the proximity fuze.
Here's a 1944 patent drawing:
p. 1 Y2 3r, _
In recogniti hi e trarinr
breakthrough, the portion of the
National Bureau of Standards which
had been researching and develop-
ing the proximity fuze under his
direction was, after Harry Diamond's
death in 1948, re-named the Diamond
Ordnance Fuze Laboratory. Trans-
ferred to the Department of the
Army in 1953, the installation in 1962.
was designated Harry Diamond Lab-
oratories to reflect its greatly broad-
ened scope of activities under the
newly created Army Materiel
Today, the programs at the Harry
Diamond Laboratories-in addition
to fuzing-are many and varied.
In medical engineering, for ex-
ample, Harry Diamond Laboratories,
in cooperation with Walter Reed
Army institute of Research, is per-
forming research on and developing
a family of life support devices. These
include an extracorporeal blood
pump, automatic mechanical respi-
rators, an external cardiac compres-
sor, an electronic cardiac monitor,
and a membrane oxygenator. Re-
search on an implantable artificial
heart is being conducted with the
supportof the National Heart Institute.
l.'h nfthelifo ;innnrt work m
niques of using fluids were con-
ceived and evolved here. Both ap-
plied and basic research in this
important new technology are con-
We are actively engaged in re-
search on a variety of solid state
phenomena. These include micro-
electronics, from single component
through integrated circuits; semi-
conductors as electronic, optical, or
other type of transducers; micro-
wave components; radiation damage
to semiconductor and other elec-
tronic components;. and optically
pumped solids for lasers.
We design and develop radar-
from special components through
We also design and develop other
special electronic and electro-
mechanical devices and systems
such as precision timers, telemetry
to work in high-g or other difficult
environmental conditions, electrical
and mechanical simulation devices
to reproduce field conditions in the
laboratory, and transducers to per-
form special functions-such as the
Lunar Penetrometer to make meas-
urements from which the load-bear-
ing characteristics of the moon
surface can be determined.
On many of our unique product
developments we perform the pro-
duction engineering necessary to
convert the item or system from its
developed phase to one in which it
is produced reliably and economically.
These examples only scratch the
Within the operating structure of
Harry Diamond Laboratories are an
Advanced Research Laboratory, two
Systems Research Laboratories,
three, Research and Development
Laboratories, an Engineering Divi-t
liorn, a Technical Services Division,
and a Components Research Lab-
Core programs at these labora-
tories form a solid foundation for a
steady, long-range funded system of
continuing research and develop-
ment projects, evolving new applica-
tions and capabilities from a
diversity of disciplines... And since
the operating spectrum of Harry
Diamond Labs is a very wide-ranged
one, the percentage of our activity
devoted to core programs-un-
hampered by a need to show a
"quick profit"-is larger than that of
most other laboratories.
In the very nature of the work at
HDL, a critical need-or discovery-
will ignite the combined efforts and
know-how of our professional people
... to whom the word "crash" means
a program, not an accident. At HDL
we are fortunate to have both the
material facilities and the energetic
Here, then, is challenge, oppor-
tunity, scope and recognition.
Harry Diamond Laboratories is
located in Washington, D.C. on
campus-like grounds formerly oc-
cupied by the National Bureau of
Standards. ,We have about 1,400
employees (one-third engineers and
scientists)-big enough to have both
necessary and desirable facilities
and small enough so you, as an
individual, won't get lost.
If you wish to pursue an advanced
degree, there is a liberal fellowship
program in operation at Harry
Diamond Laboratories with the co-
operation of six universities in the
immediate area. Matter of fact, you
quite possibly could complete an
acceptable thesis problem as an
assignment at the Laboratories.
We have positions for Electronic
Engineers, Physicists, Mechanical
Engineers, Mathematicians, and
Chemists and advancement is de-
pendent only on your own demon-
strated capabilities. As professional
disciplines, these embody all, the
direct and fringe benefits of federal
employment. (We also employ about
100 student trainees each summer.)
Now you've heard from Harry
We'd like to hear from you.
Sign up with your Placement Di-
rector for an interview with the
representative of the Army Materiel
Mr. Byrne will be on campus on November .18
to discuss positions in the above fields with you.
See your placement office to schedule an appointment.
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