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The Michigan Daily, 1961-03-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
111 11111: 11, m'1 :

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Camp Charlevoix, Mich. Boys' Camp-
Ken Smith interviewing this morning
for all types of men counselors.
Camp Easton, Minn. Boys' Camp -
Douglas Bobo interviewing this after-
noon from 1:30 to 4:55.
For further information go to Sum-
mer Placement Service, D-528 SAB. Open
every afternoon from 1:00 to 4:55 and
all day Friday.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Carnegie Free Public Library, Sioux
Falls, S.D.-Young people's Librarian-
Civil Service status. Grad, in, Lib. Sci.
Large Mfger., Houston, Texas - Sales
Representative for Mich., N. Ohio &
N. Ind. About 5 yrs. sales exper. in
food business or related field required,
City of Muskegon Heights, Mich. -
City Clerk. Man or WOMAN, Typing
req. Some college trng., exper. desir-
able; degree not mandatory.
Tool & Die Mfgers, Detroit - Plant
Engineer-involves some prod. respons.
& some process engrg. Recent grad -
BSME or 1E.
Please contact Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 4021 Admin.,; Ext. 3371 for fur-
ther information.
Student Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are avail-
able. Applications can be made in the
Non-Academic Personnel Office, 1020
Admin. Bld., Monday through Friday,
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring part-
time or temporary employees should
contact Jack Lardie at NO 3-1511, Ext.
2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs
should consult the bulletin board in
Rm. 1020 daily.
MALE
1--Evening dishwasher (meal -job).
1-Full-time temporary electronics
technician.
2-alesmen, commission basis, must
34-Psychological subjects, two 1i hour
periods, total time.
12-Psychological subjects, hours to be
arranged.
12--Psychological subjects, 1% hours to-
tal time.
1-Experienced .camera repairman,
(min. 20 hours per week).
2-Experienced radio and TV repair-
men, hours to be arranged.
2-Social photographers, mostly week-
end work.
2-Dark-room technicians, experienced,
afternoons.
1--Sales representative 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,
Monday-Saturday, must have car.
FENMALE
2--Saleswomen, commission basis, must
have car.
15-Psychological subjects, two 11 hour
periods, total time.
3--Rooms and board and exchange for
light work.
11-Psychological subjects, (21 or over,
for drug experiments).
1-Office clerk, 8-10 hours per week.
Organization
Notices

TOP LISTENING CONDITION
with aFRESH
BURGESS BATTERY
available at the following stores.
FOOD MART
1123 So. U.

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DR. HAROLD ENGLUND
President, Western
Theological Seminary
Friday, 1:15 P.M.
Lane Hall
LECTURE and
DISCUSSION
Sponsored by
Migan Christian Fellowship

508 East William
FRIDAY NITE
AND SATURDAY
Balladeer
MIKE SHERKER
9-12 P.M. . . Adm. 75c
OUR SPECIAL
SANDWICH MENU
Served Nitely 8-12 P.M.
Open Fri. &Sot. 'til2 A.M.

STATE DRUG CO.
900 S. State
BECKER PHARMACY
2424 W. Stadium Blvd.

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PRITCHARD DR
600S. Main
FOOD & DRUG MA
1423 E. Stadium

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BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY
OPEN FOR SUPPER 5 P.M.

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USE OF THIS COLUMIN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog- ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED apar'
nized and registered student organiza-, ment with all electric kitchen an:
tions only. Student organizations plan- garbage disposal. Fine for two nurse
ning to be active during the spring or girls who work on campus. N
semester must register by MARCH 3, 8-7380. C4
1961. Formis available, 3011 Sutudent Ac-
tivities Bldg. bSUMMER APARTMENT available froi
y * * June to September. Ideally located o
Congregational-Disciples E & R Stud. the hill, reasonable and provisions fo
Guild, Luncheon Discussion. Guest: air-conditioning. For information ca
Mrs. Carol Harmon, Mar. 3, 12 Noon, NO 2-7776.
524 Thompson.
* * *WANTED TO RENT
Mich. Christian Fellowship, Mar. 3,
7:30 p.m., Lane Hall, 2nd Fl. Speaker: I NEED an inexpensive, unfurnishe
Dr. H. England, "Is Christianity on the single apartment, reasonably close I
Way Out?" campus (SAB side, preferably). .
* you know of one that will be vacar
Newman Club, Catholic Voices Series, sometime before June 30, please writ
Mar. 3. 8 p.m., 331 Thompson. Speaker: Box J of The Michigan Daily, givin
Prof. G. B. Harrison, "Rome, Canter- all pertinent information (location
bury & Reunion." rent, etc.).

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THE DIVERSITY
£.8 A.OF ELECTRONICS pComm
nforn
ACTIVITY AT HUGHES PRD - .uMicr-
VIDES AN IDEAL ENVIRON- " Gamma
" Nuclear
MENT FOR THE GRADUATING a Remot
ENGINEER OR PHYSICIST. * Electro
THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: . Termin
PLine-of
n Polaris Guidance Development VHFI
* Army/Navy Computer Systems a Air Trm
Space Ferry Land
n Fixed Array Antennas * Pincus
Fire Control Radar Systems . Logl-Sc
* Pulsed Doppler Radar and Com
Anti-Submarine Warfare a RadarC
" Naval Tactical Display Systems # Missile
* 3-Dimensional Radar instr
* Air-to-Air Missiles a Precisi
n Space Propulsion Systems Meas
n Tunnel Diodes u SpaceN
t Infrared Devices a Teleme
* Satellite Active Repeatern Radiat
Development Han
a Wide Band Scanning Antenna Effe
Feed Systems u inertial
r Microwave Antennas and Syst
Radomes a Machin,
* Guidance and Navigation Microw
Computers * Transit
a Satellite Communication a Rectifie
*Systems * Therma
a Satellite Reconnaissance Drone * Crystal
* World-Wide Communications u Digital
4 Networks a Plasma

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mtISIC SHOES

tnd Control and
mation Processing
Electronics
Accelerators
s Rays
ar Fission
t Handling Devices
onductive Materials
luminescence
State Display Devices
nai Communications
-Sight UHF and
Relay Systems
affic Regulation and
ding System
hion Radar
cale General Purpose
puter
Closed Loop Tester
-Range Ship
umentation
on Trajectory
surement System
Vehicle Subsystems
etering Systems
ion Sources, Detection,
dling Equipment and
cts Analysis
l Missile Guidance
ne Tol Controls
wave Tubes
stors and Diodes
iers
al and Magnetic Relays
i Filters
Components and Devices
t Physics Research

Positions with Potential
ENGINEERS * CHEMISTS* PHYSICISTS
Ceramic Chemical* Civil
Electrical e Industrial * Mechanical
Metallurgical
National Carbon Company, America's leading manu-
facturer of carbon and graphite products, offers
positions to qualified B.S. and M.S. graduates in the
fields listed above.
Our products include graphite anodes, electrodes,
motor and generator brushes, are carbons, special
graphite shapes used in nuclear, missile, and a wide
variety df industrial applications.
We serve such key industries as aircraft, alumi-
num, automotive, chemical, mining, motion pictures,
nuclear, steel, transportation, and the electrical
manufacturers.
Positions are available at 12 plants and labora-
tories located in Ollio, New York, West Virginia and
Tennessee and also in our Marketing organization
which covers the 48 states from nine key cities.
Interesting, rewarding careers in research, process
and product development, production and methods
engineering, product and process control, machine
Aivelnnment nlant engineering, marketing, technical

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND PHYSICISTS
B.S., MS. and Ph.D. dune and Summer Graduates)
Members of our staff will conduct
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
March 6 and 7, 1961
Find out more about the wide range of programs, unique

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