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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960

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(Continued from Page 5)
ing the summer months.
There are many new requests for
Waitresses, bus boys, bartenders, maids,
etc. in resorts from many states.
Come to the Summer Placement
Service, D528 of the SAB, Tues. and
Thurs. p.m. and Fri. a.m.
Personnel Requests:
Richardson, Bellows, Henry & Co,
NYC Consulting firm, announces open-
ing for Automatic Control Development
Engineer in Southeastern New England.
A BA or MA in Electrical or Electro-
Mechanical Engrg., thoroughly versed
in modern electronics using transistors,
magnetic amplifiers and other static
state devices. 5-7 yrs. experience, and
capable of handling highly technical
and difficult assignments.
Camp Fire Girls, Monroe, Mich., has
an opening for Field Director position.
BA degree and leadership ability shown
as camp counselor (2 yrs.) or through
campus leadership and/or work ex-
perience. Age: 21 or over.
State of Connecticut announces ex-
aminations for: Nurse Supervisor, Per-

sonnel Asst. (March 2 closing date for
applications) and Sr. Physical Thera-
pist (March 9).s
Organization in Ann Arbor area has
many opportunities for scientists in
Physics and Electrical Engrg. for The-
oretical and Experimental research in:
Plasma Physics, Theoretical Physics,]
Ionospheric Scattering, Electromagnet-
ic Radiation and Scattering and Whist-
ler Propogation. Call the Bureau for
further information.
Fletcher School of Law and Diplo-
macy, Tufts University, Medford, Mass.,'
announces Dept. of -H., E. and W. has'
awarded its three Nationar Defense
Graduate Fellowships in International'
Affairs. To encourage candidates for the
doctoral degree.
Jackson Business University, Mich.,
is in need of a woman teacher for typ-
ing and related secretarial subjects.
U.S. Civil Service Examiners for Sci-
entists and Engrs., Pasadena, ,Calif.,
announces opportunities for Health
Physicists.
Milwaukee, Wis., announces continu-
ing exams for: Library Asst., Librarian,
Jr. Public Health Nurse, Jr. Librarian.
Call Bureau for complete details.

Acme School of Die Design, Inc.,'
Dayton, Ohio, is interested in personsE
qualified to teach mathematics and
have a mechanical background. 1
Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady,'
N. Y., has openings for Welding Engi-
neers for Research and Development-
Mech. or Met. Engrg. degree required;,
Stele Research Metallurgist with ad-
vance4 degree and at least five yrs. of
melting practice closely allied with
R & D programs.
Kimberly Clark Corp., announces
openings In: Munising, Mich. for aj
Quality Methods Engr. and Process
Problem Engr. and in W. Carrollton,'
Ohio for a Chemical Engr. or Chemist.
U.S. Food and Drug Admin., Buffalo,
N.Y., has position at lab for Physical
Science Aide, which hope to keep filled'
with qualified students of" chem. in a
coop. program, 3 months study and 3
months work. Prefer students majoring
in Chem. or Chem. Engrg.
Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind., has vacancies for: Tool and
Equipment Engr., Tool and Die Maker,
Broadcast Equipment Sales Engr.,
Broadcast Equipment Design Engr.,
Project Engr.. Production Engrs., Be-
ginning Engrs., Device Engr., Jr. Cost
Acct. and Material Scheduler.
For further Information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
Personnel Requests:
Shippensburg, Pa. has need of a per-
son to fill new position of Borough
Manager. Must have previous experience
as manager or as an assistant; essen-
tial that candidates have had training
and experience in public administra-
tion and engineering.
New York State announces examina-
tions for: Asst. Civil Engr.; Jr. Engr.,
Asst. Industrial Supt. (Prison Indus-
tries), Sr. Economist, Housing Mgt.
Rep., Jr. Insurance Qualifications Ex-
aminer, Jr. Public Health Educator and

GUATAMA-THE BUDDHA
India Students Association participates in the
Brotherhood Week. A movie show on the life and
teachings of Lord Buddha, will be shown at Rack-
ham Amphitheatre on Friday, Feb. 26, 1960 at
7:30 P.M.
ALL WELCOME Admission Free

Director of Cottage Program. Applica-
tions must:, be filed before March 28.
Unit Steel Corp., Detroit, has a sales
opening for man with BA in Engrg.
or Architecture. Prefer someone with
experience, but not necessary.
Organization in Detroit has need of
a Research Analyst-Statistician to work
in electronic research. Man with BA
in Math preferably - must have math
background through calculus and pref-
erably through differential equations.
Duval Sulphur & Potash Co., Carls-
bad, N.M., has openings for two re-
search chemists. PhDs majoring in in-
organic chemistry or in physical chem.
with a strong background in inorgan-
ic. Candidates need not have previous
industrial experience, but should have
interest in applied research.
Pleasant Ridge, Mich. needs a Rec-
reation Director - male, to plan and
direct complete program for small com-
munity. Degree preferred, experience
necessary.
Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona,
has vacancy for Mathematics-Engineer-
ing Teacher. Man with PhD in Math.-
Engrg.
Milwaukee City Service Comm., Wis-
consin, announces exam for Public
Health Engrg, position. Graduate from
college in sanitary, chemical or civil
enggr. with specialized post-grad. train-
ing in public health engrg. and ex-
perience.
City of New York announces exams
for Asst. Architect, Asst. Civil Engr.,
Asst. Mech. Engr., Civil Engrg. Drafts-
man, Dental Hygienist, Electrical Engrg.
Draftsman, Jr. Civil Engr., Occupa-
tional Therapist, Public Health Nurse,
Recreation Leader, Social Investigator.
Final dates for application: April 4 un-
til further notice.
Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Naval
Weapons. The list of employment op-
portunities with this agency, through-
out the United States and overseas, is
now on file at the Bureau.
Michigan Civil Service vacancy list
for Feb. 15 is now on file at the Bureau
--openings in all fields.
City of Detroit announces continu-
ing examinations for: Resident Dentist
and Farm Supervisor.
Union Carbide Corp., New York City,
has openings for: Scientific Computer
Analyst, Programmer, Purchasing Agent
Trainee, Technical Representative, Re-
search Asst. (Male or Female), and
EDPM Systems Analyst - Commercial.
Union Carbide will be on campus to in-
terview March 1 and 2 at the Engrg.
Placement Office or the Bus. Admin.
Placement Office. T7
California State Govt. announces ex*
aminations for Aquatic Biologist - ap-
plications must be postmarked not
later than Feb. 26.
Beginning with Mon., Feb. 29, the
following schools will have represen-
tatives at the Bureau of Appointments
to interview for the 1960-60 school year.
Mon., Feb. 29:
Flint, Mich. - Elem.; Spec. Ed.:
Ment. Ret., Speech Corr., Sight Saving,
Pre-School Deaf; Bus. Ed. Coord.; HS
Eng., Math, Phys. Sci., 14t. Sci., Soc.
Stud., Auto Mech.: Jr. HS Core, Math,
Sci., Art, Vocal Mus., Home Ec., Ind.
Arts, Speech. (Bring transcript or re-
port of general academic average to
interview.)
Long Beach, Calif. - Elem., Art, Bus.
Ed., English, For. Lang., Soc. Stud.,
Spec. Ed. (Ment. Ret.), Home Ec., Ind,
Arts, Librarian, Math, Phys. Ed., Sol.
Wayne, Mich. - Elem.; Home Ec.,
Ind. Arts, Girls Phys. Ed., Gen. Busi-
ness (shorthand not necessary), Eng-
lish, Math, Gen. Set., Spec. Ed. (Ment.
Hdcp.)
Tues., March 1:
Flint, Mich. -- See above.
Berkley, Calif. -- Ment. Ret.: HS
Math/Sci., Girls Phys. Ed., Elementary
IMath., Phys & Life Set., Metal Shop,
Radio Voc. Arts, Supv. of Vocal and
Instr. Mus.
Phoenix, Arizona - HS Eng., Math,
Biol. Set., For. Lang., Soc. Stud., Home
Ec., Girls Phys. Ed., Bus. Ed., Spec. Ed.
(Slow Learners); Jr. Coil. Librarian,
Math/Engrg., Reading/Eng., Girls Phys.
Ed., Art, Sci., Speech/Drama, Eng./
Journ., Nursing Instructors. (Must have
MA and 30 hrs, in subject field to teach
in high school and 60 sem. hrs. in
subject field and PhD for college.)
Whittier, Calif. - All secondary fields

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Wed., March 2:
Berkley, Calif. -- See above.
Chula Vista, Calif. - Elem. (K-8);
Sch. Psych.; Dir. of Placement; Vocal
Music Supervisor.
Livonia, Mich. - All fields.
Novi, Mich.1 -- Early and late elem.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg, NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Beginning with Thurs., March 3, the
following schools will have represen-
tatives at the Bureau of Appointments
to interview for the 1960-61 school year.
Thurs., March 3:
Deckerville, Mich. -- Physics/Chem.,
Biol./Gen. St., 6th grade.
Monroe, Mich. (Custer School) --
Elem. (K-3) Elem. Phys Ed., Jr. HS
Math/Coaching Football or Sci./Math,
Music Art, Speech Corr.
Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Cruise)-
All 'Elem.; 7th Or. Unified Studies; 8th
Or. Math/Sci.: HS Girls Phys. Ed.; %
time Bookkeeping, Ment. Ret., Visit-
ing Teacher.
Fri., March 4:
Lincoln, Mich. (Alcona Comm. Schs.)
-Comm., HS English, Soc. Stud.;
Elem. (K-4).
For any additional information' and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg, NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Student Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Em. 1020
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Mon. through Fri., 1:30 p.m. to
4:45 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Jim
Stempson, Student Interviewer at NO
3-1511, Ext. 2939.

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- MALE
3 Waiters (Hours flexible).
6 Meal jobs (5 fraternities, 1 sorority.)
1 Drummer for dance band.
1 Bass or electric guitar player.
1 Room in exchange for yard and
housework.
FEMALE
1 Typist (full-time temporary.)
1 Typist (afternoons, 20 hrs. per week.)
6 Tour guides for research labs. (10-15
hrs. per week, hrs. are flexible, back-
ground or interest in natural science.)
2 Typists - Electric typewriter, 9 a.m.
to 12 noon, Monday-Friday.
1 Laundry countergirl (4-6 p.m. Mon.-
Fri., and 10-4 Sat.)
Organization
Notices
(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered
organizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the spring
semester should register by Feb. 29.
Forms available, 2011 Student Acti-
vities Bldg.)
Christian Science Organization, regu-
lar testimony meeting, Feb. 25, 7:30
p.m., Lane Hall, Fireside Em.
« « «
La Sociedad Hispanics, Reunion, Feb.
25, 8 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Programs,
venezuelano, refrescos, baile, Que ven-
gan todos.
Mich. Christian Fellowship, speaker,
Feb. 26, 7;30 p.m., 2432 UES.
Political Issues Club, Feb. 25, 8 p.m.
Union, 3C. Speaker: Sandro Sarti, "The
Anti-Fascist Movement."
* * *
Sigma Alpha Eta, meeting. Feb. 25,
7:30 p.m., Speech, Clinic. Speaker: Mr.
Clancy of Shady Trails Camp.
S* *
Univ. Coed Horseback Riding Club,
meeting, Feb. 25, 6:50 p.m., WAB. For
information, call NO 3-7778.

Harken not to the
glorious claims
of others

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He will be at your engineering placement office
F R DAY, FEB. 26, 1960
with alluring promises of an engineer's paradise
at
The Cleveland Electric
Illuminating Company
P.S. Avoid the rush, the pushing and shoving of the mob.
Sign up early for your appointment.

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BRIDGING THE GAP
,..from components, equipments, and subsystems
to fully integrated, large-scale systems
Air defense missiles, unmanned interceptors, manned
interceptors, early warning aircraft, long-range radar, gap
filler radar, Texas towers, vast communication nets, high-
speed computers and advanced information display
devices are a few of the integral parts in an air defense
system. Each of these has its individual operational char-
acteristics and it is the responsibility of The MITRE
Corporation to provide the basic system engineering and
design necessary to integrate these many diverse and
complex parts into a mutually compatible, fully-
integrated air defense system.
Formed under sponsorship of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, MITRE employs the skills of
engineers, mathematicians, physicists and psychologists
on large-scale system projects ranging from design
through prototype engineering and subsystem develop-
ment to test and evaluation of the total on-line system.
The growing scope of MITRE's technological effort
affords the opportunity to establish a rewarding
professional career in one of these areas of long-term
importance:
" Component Research # Advanced System Design
" System Test and Evaluation # Computer Programming
" Human Engineering " Radar Systems and Techniques
* Subsystem Development # Communications
# Air Traffic Control Systems

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LUCKY ST RIKE presents
OBFUSCATED ENGLISH PROF.
J FAILS TO FOOL FROOD
(see below)

Dear Dr. Frood: Very soon the major
corporations will be scouting the colleges
for capable seniors. They'll be offering
fabulous salaries, big titles, golden op-
portunities. Whom should I work for to
guarantee myself a secure future and top
income? Cajable

Dr. Frood, Ph.T.T.

Dear Dr. Frood: Would you please ex-
plain Einstein's theory of relativity in

simple terms.

Physics Major

Dear English: You can answer that one
yourself. Simply put a match to a Lbcky
Strike and puff
to% C01) 50c
Dear Dr. Frood: For many months 2
have worked nights in the lab, develop-
ing the formula that I am convinced will
make possible the perfect crime. It is a
deadly poison that works externally,
rather than internally. To test my for-
mula, I have placed a large amount of
the poison on this letter that you are now
holding in your hands. Sorry it had to
be you, old man.
Wolfgang
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Dear Wolfgang: My secretary received
your letter. Now that there is no one to
care for them,I'm sending you her 14 cats.

Dear Physics: Gladly. It is a theory. It
s about relativity. It was thought up by a
man named Einstein.
Dear Dr. Frood: I wear button-down
shirts. I wear grey flannel trousers. I
wear fine tweed jackets. I wear British-
made shoes. I wear thin striped ties. But
still I have no friends. Why?
Friendless
r1- ~r~hN%4at. -orHo M14 p

Dear Capable: Dad.
Dear Dr. Frood Recently I saw this
slogan for Lucky Strike: "Remember
how great cigarettes used to taste?
Luckies still do." I wonder if the Lucky
Strike people realize there is a most seri-
ous obfuscation here. The modifier is
awkward. Does "great" modify "taste"?
Or does "great" modify "cigarettes"?
English Professor

CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Friday, March 4
Please Contact

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