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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

lhursdoy, October 25, l'Vi

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CENTRAL COMMITTEE
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED
OCT. 23-OCT. 30
Pick up applications 2nd floor Union
in UAC office
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 763-1 107

SUMMER IN CAPITAL
Interns get big time experience

By PENNY BLANK
Washington - city of in-
trigue, pitched political bargain-
ing and rapid changeovers in
government staff. Where else
would a university student have
the opportunity to rub elbows
with the Watergate Committee
members, write Congressional
reports for Senate leaders, defend
consumers in the face of bureau-
cratic red tape, or lobby for a
powerful union?
Over the past three years due
to the efforts of the Washington
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Summer Intern Program, more
than 200 University undergrad-
uates have sampled such experi-
ences for eight weeks each sum-
mer.
THE ONLY student-run program
of its kind in the country, the
program places students on a
non-salaried basis in government
agencies, lobby groups, Congres-
sional offices and news media.
Internship applications are
being taken starting tomorrow
for this summer's program and
interviewing begins next week.
The assignments are based on
ability and merit with evaluation
of resumes sent to the over 90
Washington offices offering jobs,
and by personal interviews by
former interns.
"THE PROGRAM has been
growing better each year," Pat
Yeghissian, one of the student
coordinators, said.
"More offices are offering jobs
as our reputation widens and
people with broader interests are
being attracted."
Yeghissian, a psychology major,
interned at the HEW Office of

ORIGINALLY oriented to po-
litical science and journalism.
majors (where credit for par-
ticipation is available), the pro-
gram has outgrown these boun-
dries and now includes students
in all fields, she explained.
The Office of Career Planning
and Placement acts as sponsor
for the program, helpingwith
funding and filling the role of
liaison between employers and
students for recommendations
and possible future job possibili-
ties.
Interns are asked to pay for
their own transportation, room,
board and expenses for the eight
weeks, but there are funds avail-
able from private donors and
sources within the University.
"OVER HALF of the interns
were given some financial aid
last summer, but the program's
goal is for adequate compensa-
tion for all people who go to
Washington," Yeghissian ex-
plained.
Interns from last summer's pro-
gram recount tales of watching
'NTY Times' renorterJ ames

as some of their more out-of-the-
ordinary, on-the-job experiences.
BUT LAST year's 65 interns
actually did such good work for
their offices, Yekhissian said,
that many of them were asked to
stay on for the rest of the summer
or the year on a salaried basis by
their offices.
More information and applica-
tions for the program may be
obtained at the intern mass
meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. at
the UGLI multipurpose room or
from the Office of Career Plan-
ning and Placement.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Vol. LXXXIV, No. 43
Thursday, October25, 1973.
is edited and managed by students at
the University of Michigan. News phone
764-0562. Second class postage paid at
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
during the University year at 420 May-
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Summer session published Tuesday

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Offer good October 25-29, 1973
How you express yourself
depends upon your camera.

it

Today almost everybody is getting into photography
And it's not the snapshot variety People are doing
sports stories, nature stories, portraits-you may
even have a friend who's doing photographs through
a microscope. Or a telescope.
You also know that-everybody has his own idea
about which camera is best. That's why its important
for you to know about the Canon F-1. Because it's the
system camera that's fast becoming the favorite of
professionals. And the new status symbol among
photography enthusiasts.

The whole F-1 system includes over 40 lenses and
200 accessories. It's capable of doing virtually
everything in photography So whatever idea you
have for a picture, the F-1 has the equipment to meke
sure you get it.
Because it was conceived from the beginning as a
system, it works as a system. All the elements are
quickly and easily interchangeable. No matter which
lens or accessory you use with the F-1 body you won't
have the feeling that something has been
"tacked on."
What's more the F-1 is comfortable to handle.
Years of research went into the.design of the F-1 body
and placement of controls so your fingers fall
naturally into place. You'll appreciate this comfort
when you're on assignment. It's also an important
thing to keep in mind if you're investing in a camera
you plan to keep a long time.
Canon has been in the optics industry over 37
years. We make microscope equipment, amateur and
professional movie cameras and TV lenses. It's this
experience that helps make our still cameras the best
selling cameras in Japan. In America, it's just a matter
of time.
See your dealer for more information. He'll also
show you Canon's other SLR cameras, like the FTb
and TLb. Both of which offer accurate metering, easy
film lradininn a wide ranne of lensan n the same

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