100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 06, 1981 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1981-03-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

0

Delve into ATARI's High Tempo Technology
in the fastest growing segment
of the marketplace - electronic
amusement games. There's unlimited
applications and variations and your
conceptual creativity can
make it happen.
GRADI
COMPUTE
(B5
Software opportunitie
video games progr
microprocessor s)
*Minicomputer and/or n
or experience a plu
On Campus
Interviews
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
To schedule an appointment,
contact your College Placement
Office immediately.

r1

Page 6-Friday, March 6, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Student turnout scant at

If you ha
the indus
video pro
arcade p
personal
technica
enjoymer

ve visions of electronic wizardry in
stry where ATARI sets the pace in
)grammables and coin-op video
roducts and an outstanding
computer system - backed by a
i degree - consider for pure
nt an ATARI career.
'CI ENCE
mbly language,
and real-time
ogramming.
sor coursework
ortunities.
dramatic growth and facilities ex-
ells the story as does record finan-
ess in 1980. Salaries & benefits are
nal, including a Sabbatical Leave
hich offers 7 weeks paid leave of
after 7 years continuous service
RI.
end resume or contact Rich Stiller,
ent Department, ATARI, INC., P.O.
1265 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, CA
08) 745-2030. We are an equal op-
employer.
A Warner Communications Company
..:iG:. ".ii~" :..,..,......x..+: v[:.r:.1:. }.""S : ' S>{+

(Continued from Page 1)
Lakes are.
Epstein sheepishly replied he did not
know and added he would refrain from
quizzing the committee further to avoid
personal embarassment. He also said
he would make an effort to take a
geography course. Brazer later told a
Daily reporter the answer to his
questions was Canada.
SENIOR GEOGRAPHY concentrator
Ron Bardach said he sees the
elimination of the department as a set-
back "in the identity of Geography."
During his travels as a geographer,
he said he has repeatedly had to explain
to people who geographers are and
what they do. Bardach, who plans to
work for an oil company, said job op-
portunities are plentiful for geography
graduates.

Shirley Axon, who received a
master's degree in geography from the
University in 1977, said the geographic
theory and perspective she achieved
here has made her "far more effective"
in her profession. Axon cited numerous
committees on which she has served,
including an appointment by governor
Milliken to the Hazardous Waste Plan-
ning Committee.
PROF. FINE told students the review
process is not a formality. "We feel
free to make any decision we feel
proper," he said.
Brazer said the committee will be
recommending "whatever policy or
combinations of proposals we think
best. "
Later yesterday, Brazer said "The

first geography

-R S
/MS)
es in Asse
amming,
ystems pr
-icroproces:
is in all opp
ATARI'sc
pansion t
cial succ
exceptior
Policy wt
absence
with ATAI
Please s
Employm
Box 427,
94086. (4
portunity

ENGINEERING
GRADU ATES
We're the HOWMET TURBINE COMPONENTS CORPORA-
TION, the world's foremost manufacturer of investment cast
superalloy components for aircraft gas turbine and power
generating and pumping markets. Our ranking in this field, as
well as our involvement in many others, has kept us growing,
thereby creating a need for these dynamic profesionals.
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
We will beon campus Tuesday, March 10, to interview
graduating seniors with majors in the above areas. Our needs
are in our Whitehall, Michigan facilities for engineering grad-
uates in the following areas of employment; Research and
Development, Production, and Training Programs. We can
offer you a superb working environment where your career
can grow in many ways, allowing you to keep sight of your
professional needs and goals. In addition, your career with
HOWMET will boast a competitive starting salary compli-
mented by many valuable benefits including relocation
assistance.
Stop by the U of M Engineering Placement Office now, 128 H.
West Engineering Bldg. and register for your interview. How-
met Turbine Components Corporation fully subscribes to all
principles of Equal Employment Opportunity and we welcome
the inquiries of all prospective engineers including females
and minorities.
HOWMET TURBINE
COMPONENTS CORPORATION
One Misco Drive, Whitehall, Michigan 49461

earing
image that has been projected is that
the committee has been set up to say
just 'yes' or 'no.' I've never conceived
of it that way. There are very few dif-
ficult questions that can be answered
that simply."
IN ADDITION TO the possibility of
recommending the geography depar
tment be either entirely eliminated or
entirely maintained, Brazer said the
committee will examine the possibility
of a merger with another department,
paring down weak areas of the depar-
tment, and several other proposals.
The committee will also consult with
three distinguished academicians out-
side the University - a professor from
Princeton, which does not have a
geography department, and twp
physical geographers from departmen:
ts at the University of Minnesota and
Ohio State University.
Brazer noted the review committee
meets four days a week, five to six
hours a day. He said they are reading
data to prepare a recommendation for
the LSA Executive Committee. He
hopes the recommendation will be
ready by the end of the month, he ad-
ded.
Support the
March of Dimes
BIRTH DEFECTS FOUNDATION
'-SHIRT
'PRINT! NC
Ann Arbor's fastest!
From 10-800 T-shirts screenprint-
ed within 24 hours of order.
Multi-color printing our specialty.
You supply art or use our expert
design staff.
Hundreds of surplus T-shirts only
$2. each. Located behd the B ndPgCae
208 F S Phon e994367
A4NN ARB(OW

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan