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Page 6-Tuesday, February 2, 1982-The Michigan Daily

If you find your name and ad-
dress in todays Michigan Daily
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
Just look through todays Classified Ads.
Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in this section. If your
name and address appear- come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. within
48 hours. Two tree tickets for a State t 2-
-4 Midnight Movie of your choice will be
resented you. courtesy of The Michigan
oily Classified Department.

BORDER COLLIE MIX: black and white plume on
tail. Lost Jan. 30 on west side, Eberwhite area.
Name, Andy; 35 lbs; 761-8654 or 764-9322 (days). Ask FuLL bMo Dern
for Mary. 54A0207 Furnished 2 bedroom 3 or 4 person
2% blocks to diag, next to CCRB
MISSING: My beautiful VW '69 tan squareback Free parking
(JFH 189). If you see it, please call Alita, 763-0176 or Laundry facilities
665-6028. 43A0206 Storage lockers
Air conditioner
F" Rent includes heat and water

AMruS-BuRNaS rAK Jtea , tour Dedrooms, CHEAPCOPIES!
study, natural woodwork, hardwood floors, HighestQuality! FastestService!
basement, no pets, May to May lease. $680. 662-9645. Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338

6300129

PHILIPS STEREO RECEIVER. Excellent con-
dition. 25 watts. Best offer. Call Bill after 2:30 PM.
662-7366. 30B0206
FOR SALE. Natural Food Restaurant, on Miami
Beach. Well established. Lucrative. Beer & Wine.
Good terms. (305) 949-5434. 94B0302
MICROSCOPE, Brand new American Optical, Series
60. Never used. Excellent price. Call 665-4858.66B0202
6 piece Swingerline drum set. 22" base, 2 mounted
Toms, 1 floor Tom and snare, 14" Zildjian with stand
and speedking. $280.00. 761-7423, Dave. 15B0206
STEREO RECEIVER: 35 watts/channel, perfect
condition. Reasonable price. Call Edith at 665-5270.
47B0205
FOR SALE: Handmade Indian Tabla drums. Like
new, $90. Call J. C. 662-6744. 02B0202
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH 'N Sew sewing machine
Reasonable. Call 482-4662. BtfL

Fall listings for furnished efficiency, 1 and 2 bed-
room apartments in older campus homes are now
available.
337 East Huron, corner of Huron and Division across
from the Ann Arbor News.
Campus Managemnent, Inc.}
cCtc
SUMMER SUBLET, Fall rental 2 bedroom, on cam-
pus, bi-level, A/C, dishwasher. 761-5740. 42C0205
GROUP WANTED FOR Andrew Deforest House,
beautifully furnished, spacious, historic, with
modern conveniences. Central location. 663-7454 or
665-7056. 40C0205
BEAT THE SPRING RUSH! Share the rewards of
Cooperative living. Immediate openings on our 2 & 3
bedroom units. Country atmosphere with bus service
to campus. Children and pets welcome. Call
FOREST HILLS COOPERATIVE. 971-9270. cC0220
CAMPUS AREA Efficiency, furnished. !Heat, laun-
dry, new appliances, $220. 662-9645. 36C0212
NEAR CAMPUS. 3 bedrooms plus study, 2 baths,
hilltop view. Available now. 1426 Broadway
$550/month plus utilities. Call 994-4316 after 6 pm.
95C0202

FEMALE, 2 bedroom apartment, furnished, near
central campus. Available now-August. $160/mo.
Call 994-6385. 24C0203
PARKING SPACE For Rent. One block from central
campus. Call 996-5501. 12C0205
f1981 RATE S
SPRING AND FALL
Efficiency, One, Two, Three, Four, Five, and Six
Bedroom Apts and Houses. Year Leases. No Pets.
663-5609. cC0220
MUST RENT ROOM. $160/month, 1187 Prospect
Street. Luxurious, cozy house. Call662-1251. 45C0203
CAMPUS AREA four and five bdrm houses newly
renovated and restored. In excellent condition. Fur-
nished, laundry facilities, well-equipped kitchens, no
pets, May leases. 769-1534. 80C0129
CAMPUS-large, deluxe, furnished house, 7-8 per-
sons. Fireplace, washer/dryer. May to May lease.
$1600 plus utilities. 971-2191. 09C0203

cF0417
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cF0417

FALL RiNTAL: Furnished, modern, large, 1 and 2
bedrooms, parking, laundry, utilities included. Rent
$335-500/month. 121 E. Hoover, near IM Building;
Corner of Glenn and Fuller near Med Center. 665-
0555,769-4350. cCtc
* FALL '82 NOW LEASING "
Hill & Stadium Area
EXTRA LARGE 1 & 2 BDR. APTS.
IN MODERN BUILDING
+ ON CAMPUS
+ FURNISHED/UNFURN.
" BALCONIES
* LAUNDRY
" PARKING
" STORAGE
" BUS ROUTE
Call today for an appointment and we will escort
you thru our bldg. MODERN MANAGEMENT, 668-
6906/663-3641. cCtc
AVAILABLE May, visually stimulating comfortable
6 bedrooms. Cheap, Heat included. Excellent
location. 665-6199. 51C0207
' W. JEFFERSON, furnished, 5 bedrooms, 2 kitchens,
ample parking. $825 per month. May to May lease.
426-4971 evenings 7-10 p.m. 45C0202
SINGLE in quiet 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. 10
minute walk to central or medical campus. Spacious
living area. Has kitchen, laundry, color t.v., parking.
665-5523. 39C0206
ROOM FOR RENT-Available through August. Nice
house on Dewey. 10 minutes from Grad. $155 plus
utilities-negotiable. Includes waterbed. Call Tom,
996-5503 or leave name, number. 53C0204
DENISE SHERWOOD-We hope you can find your
way through the forest to the Daily to pick up your
two free tickets to the State Theatre. dC0202

" FALL '82 NOW LEASING "
Campus Area
" rooms dishwasher
" efficiencies " air cond.
" 14 bdr. apts. " laundry
+ 1-6 bdr. houses " parking
" furnished/unfurn. " maint. serv.
" kitchen appliances " bus routes
We take the hassle out of apt. hunting, no knocking on
doors. Make an appointment and we will escort you
thru out bldgs. and provide the transportation.
MODERN MANAGEMENT 668-6906/663-3641. cCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $215.00. two bedroom town-
houses $259.00. Three bedroom townhouses $286.
Children and small pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community

ABORTION INFO-Lifespan Resource Library. Call
769-0625 or 1-3 M-W-F. cF0417
BACHELOR SEEKS deal on large wine order. Ob-
ject: party. Found it at the Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. cFtc
The people who live in, Heritage House, apt. 201, are
truly wonderful. dF0202
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/IMPROVISATIONAL
DANCE WORKSHOP. Saturday, Feb. 13 2-9 p.m.
Novices welcome. $20. Margret and Bob Blood. 769-
0046. cF0212
HYPNOSIS to stop smoking-Rex Archer MD, call
973-6611. HBF0212
TEST SUCCESS SEMINARS
Terri White RN, MS Hypnotherapist-Call 668-8843.
cFtc
"OUR LIVES: AS WOMEN & AS JEWS"-panel
discussion with women in the community addressing
issues of Community Involvement and Volun-
teerism, 8:30 pm, Wed., Feb. 3, at Hillel, 1429 Hill.
cF0203
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYOUICK 769-0560
217S. nivrsty
cF0417
36 YEAR OLD MAN, attractive, in psychotherapy,
educated, mature, refined with an apprehensive
sexual attitude seeks assistance from a woman with
the following qualifications: educated beyond high
school, psychologically minded, emphathic, attrac-
tive,'sexually confident. May eventually involve ex-
pense paid trips to another country. All arrangemen-
ts including remuneration will be made in a most
discreet, ethical manner. Replies to Michigan Daily
Box No. 7, 420 Maynard.Will be handled with ab-
r solute con t.fidentiality 78FO209

.uE rAn A r ) Uii& ALuNi Y is . *u L. must
have car. No experience necessary. Accepting ap-
plications at walk-in interview at Briarwood Hilton
Tues., Feb. 2 at 3:30 sharp and again at 5:00 sharp
and on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 3:30sharp. 32H0202
MODEL§ needed for publication in National Fashion
Quarterly. Write National Fashion Publishers, 6833
South Gessner, Box 244, Houston, Texas 77036.
52H0207
COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT
CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for 75 accredited
camps located Northeastern U.S. July and August.
Contact: Association of Independent Camps, 157
West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 (212) 582-
3540. 37H0416
STAFF POSITIONS-coed overnight camp-Coun-
selors, Specialists, Kitchen Staff. B'nai B'rith Beber
Camp, Mukwonago, Wisconsin. Interviewing on
campus, Tuesday, February 9. For appointment, call
764-7456. 71H10207
Summer Employment at children's camp in Cat-
skills. Positions: bunk counselor, water sports
(W.S.I.), tennis, Arts & Crafts, nurses (R.N.), land
sports, etc. For more information call Lori at 663-
1332 re: Camp Sequoia. 48H0129
Summer Camp Staff Positions Available Camp
Tamakwa in Aldonquin Park, Ontario, has openings
for male and female Counselors, Canoe Guides, Arts
& Crafts Director, Piano Player and a Registered
Nurse. (June 21-August 21, 1982). Write Camp
Tamakwa, 16000 W. 9 Mile Rd. Ste. 416, Southfield,
MI. 48075, or Call (313) 559-4240. 10H0206
ORDER TAKING AND DELIVERY. $6.28/hr. Must
have car. No experience necessary. Accepting ap-
plications at walk-in interview at Briarwood Hilton
Tues. Feb. 2 at 3:30 sharp and again at 5:00 sharp
and on Wednesday, Feb. 3,3:30 sharp. 32H0202
BUSPERSONS NEEDED. Luncheons and Dinners.
Apply in Person-836 Tappan. 5-6:30 PM; phone 763-
1655/668-6543 before 10 pm. 46H0211
DIAL-A-MASSAGE-
is now hiring attractive attendants full and part
time. Call 995-5995 for an interview. 86H0209
CAMP COUNSELORS-Male and female. Outstan-
ding "Slim and Trim Down Camps," Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, W.S.I., Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics, 20
plus. Separate girls' and boys' camps, 7 week sum-
men camps, CAMELOT WEIGHT CONTROL CEN-
TERS ON THE COLLEGE CAMPUS at
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolia,
Wisconsin, California. Contact Marc M. Friedman,
Director, 947 UMI, Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere,
NY, 11581, 516-791-6615, or 516-374-0785. cH0305
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500-$1200 mon-
thly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box 52-MI.
Corona Del Mar, Ca 92625. 38H0214
COUNTER CLERK needed for Econo-Car. Reply in
person to Econo-Car 438 W. Huron. 01H0203
WANTED Responsible person who loves children to
babysit occasional evenings for 5-month and 2/ year
old girls. References required. 665-8459. 00H0202
Writer with an analytic mind to help poet express
ideas in prose about life, death, and dying. OMU-
PAN. Michigan Baily, Ann Arbor, 48109, Box No. 3.
OOUMMfl

APRENTC ESH Pi OrrVtUNITY -
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship will
be available at the Carpenters' Hall, 5300 W.
Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti, Michigan beginning at
7:00 pm Tuesday, February 23 and Thursday,
February 25, 1982. Attend either meeting. Please be
prompt. Applicants must be residents of Washtena
or Jackson County or Unadilla, Putnam, Hambur
or Green Oak Township of Livingston County or
Onondaga, Leslie, Stockbridge, or Bunker Hill
Township of Ingham County. In addition, applicants
must have been a resident of the above geographical
area for the twelve months prior to the date of,ap-
plication. Applicants from outside the above
geographical area will not be accepted. At the time
of application, applicants must be-at least 18 years of
age, have a high school diploma, and have passed
one credit of high school algebra or the equivalent.
No GED accepted. Completed applications must be
returned to the Union Hall no later than March 12,
1982. Late applications, incomplete applications, and
applicants not meeting the above requirements w'
NOT be considered for apprenticeship. An Equal°O1
portunity Apprenticeship Program. 76H0203
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE looking for part-
time infant care. 994-0756 or 663-8333. 06H0202
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS. Overnight girls
camp in New York's Adirondack Mountains has
openings for counselor-instructors in tennis, water-
front, (WSI, sailing, arts/crafts, pioneering) music,
photography, drama, dance, general counselors. In-
formation available in Placement Office or write:
Andrew Rosen, Point O'Pines Camp, 221 Harvard
Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081. 22H0204
STATE'S LARGEST consumer organization seeking
assertive, outgoing, politically oriented individua
to inform, petition, and fund-raise for a variety o
economic and political issues. Full and part-time
positions available. For interview, call M.C.L. at 663-
6824. 12 PM-2 PM only. 48H0203
AUDITIONS: UAC pint size production. "Wily and
the Hairy Man" February 2, 3. 7:30 p.m., 2105
Michigan Union (UAC office). Dress to move 763-
1107. 44HO203
TOPLESS DANCERS
WANTED
Excellent pay, full or part-time, days or eveldngs
No experience necessary. Apply in person :
LANDING STRIP LOUNG
36431 GODDARD
ROMULUS, MI
(Near Metro Airport)
21HO202
FULL TIME POSITION available for telone
dispatcher. Pleasant speaking voice a mus kall
DIAL-A-MASSAGE 995-5995 for an interview. B.209
MODELS WANTED. $8.00 per hour. No experience
needed. Call 662-7827. Velvet Touch. 77H0131
WE NEED creative writers, artists, and sales peopl
to work on self-sufficiency newsletter. Call 'th
Marketing Co-op. 761-8281. 26H204

CENTRAL CAMPUS-large, furnished, 6 bedroom
house, washer, dryer, microwave, parking. May to
May lease. No pets. 663-7156. 03C0204
MAPLE VILLAGE MANOR
Distinctive Townhouses " Children and pets welcome
" 245 Maple, Saline. 429-5260. cC0220
CAMPUS Beautiful 5 or 6 bedroom house available
May or September. Furnished. No pets. 663-5861.
29C0214
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
WE'VE HELD THE LINE ON
1982-83 FALL RATES
MANY OF OUR FINE CAMPUS APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES ARE GOING AT 1981 RATES
. Rooms Efficiencies
" 1, 2, 3 Bedrooms
" Whole Houses, 2-4 Bedrooms
Complete Listings Available'
JANUARY 11, 1982
at
McKINLEY
PROPERTIES
CAMPUS DIVISION
611 CHURCH CAMPUSARCADE
769-8520 EXT. 41
769-8520 EXT. 41
HOURS: M-F 9-6, SAT. 10-2
cCtc
CAMPUS-FALL
We are currently leasing efficiencies, 1 bedroom and
2 bedroom, modern furnished apartments for next
fall. Stop by or call Dahlmann Apartments, 543
Church, at South Uni9v., 761-7600. cctc
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms, 2
car garage with automatic opener, full basement,
wood deck, use of tennis court and pool. Approx.1 '2
miles from campus. Dahlmann Apartments, 543
Church. 761-7600. cctc

BOBBI HALL you are going to nave a Dall witn your
two free tickets to the State Theatre! Come to the
Daily to pick them up. dE0202
ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical student
cooperatives. North, central campus. Shared meals
chores. Call ICC, 6624414,4002 Michigan Union.
cEtc

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EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student Co-op
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.

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SEC PET PAGODA E
POLTERSAING
B E RT HA E A CH CO0S
A RE A S P REE A CT
SITAR STREETS
PAI NT T H E T OWN R E O
AGES ASBIG OILY
TORY AMI t TOLE

ISOLATION TANK OFFERS FANTASTIC
VOYAGE. Floating effortlessly in a 10 inch epsom
water solution without lights and sound. Alone with
one's thoughts and fantasies. The tank is designed to
alleviate fears of drowning and claustrophobia. The
unlocked door is light and opens with ease from the
inside or may be left, open. You can use the tank to
eliminate stress, solve problems, contact the
creative mind. You can enjoy-the pleasure oftpeace
#nd relaxatipp. Tank rental $10/hr, for students. For t
reservations call 434-7445. cFtc
Does someone you care for have a problem with
alcohol? A friend? A relative? For information about
a confidential discussion group-call Pam, 764-2144.
Mon.-Fri. 11-4. 35F0206
REPLACE YOUR MUFFLER BETWEEN
CLASSES! 30 minutes or less . . lifetime guarantee
.. proven lowest price..: Call Ann Arbor Muffler for
your price over the phone 769-5913. 5cFtc
INTERESTED in speaking to students who have
been left dissatisfied with the help they receivedat
Counseling Center or Counseling Services, and who
would like to talk about their experience. Call per-
sistently. Stephanie 663-2670. 28F0202
SAY IT WITH BALLOONS
Valentine Bouquets with message delivered in tux;
silver hearts, candy baskets. Heart in a box sent
nationwide. 995-1972. cF0214
THREE MEN, ONE WOMAN registered for Singles
Workshop, February 5-7, would welcome others of
any age to develop skills in initiating, deepening,
problem solving in one to one relationships. $35
registration and ability to pay fee. Details from Bob
Blood, PhD. 769-0046. Co-leader Arlene Reich. cF0213

Hey Nan, What do you say? It's been too long! Get in
touch. Kendall. dF0202
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS
Footwear, bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2
blocks off State. eFtc
TWO INSTANT color passport pictures only $5.60 by
Van Dyck Dobos Photo, 407 E. William Street.
cF0419
SCHOOL A PAIN IN THE NECK? Finding it hard to
concentrate because you're always feeling uncom-
fortable? We're here to help you. Massage, Touch for
Health, Spinal Adjustments. Call Dr. Bob or Joan
Rose/ROSE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC/668-6110.
cF0305
ZIONIST IDEOLOGIES-with U.S.I. and Israeli
political scientist Mordechai Nissan, Thurs., Feb. 4,
8:00 pm, in Union Conference Room No. 4. cF0204
STOP SMOKING with -Hypnosis, Rex Archer MD,
.cal 973.-611: , HBF0206
1 Earn exracash $ fast in an hour to two hours twice ar
week. Donate plasma $10.00 per dfoniation-$5.0ex-
tra first donation with this ad. Call 662-7744 for ap-
pointment. 50F0217
If you are gay, or think you might be, and are male,
and would like to talk with males like yourself in a
group led by trained gay facilitators, please call 763-
4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 09F0207
CAR OWNERS ...get a lifetime guarantee and pay
less for a First Quality muffler. Call for a price over
the phone. 769-5913, Ann Arbor Muffler on Jackson
Ave. lcFtc
SEND YOUR SWEETIE A SINGING TELEGRAM.
Ask about our Valentine's Day Special. University
Singing Telegram SErvice. 665-8349. cF0212

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The California State Department of Health Services has an
excellent opportunity for a Biostatistician IV to work with an
interdisciplinary team responsible for all aspects of the

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biostatistical activities for research, statistical and monitoring
programs for environmental epidemiology and occupational
health research-in the Epidemiology Studies Section.
Doctorate degree, in biostatisties or-cl6sely related field and
eighteen months of teaching' r or# brct experen Ce io
biostatistics at the postdoctoral level required for admittance
to the exam. Candidates should have expertise in
epidemiology study design, multivariate data analysis and
fariliarity with computer management of large data sets.
Interested parties should call Ms. Robin Kobuchi at (916) 323-
9271 to obtain application forms and information, or write and
send a resume to the director of this team:
Mr. Raymond Neutra, M.D., Ph.D.
Epidemiology Studies Section
2151 Berkeley Way, Room 515
Berkeley, California 94704
Applications must be received no later than March 11, 1982.
The California State Department of Health Services is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.

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RIOSTA TIS TIC/AAN

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©1982 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

Want to tell someone Happy Birthday?
Happy Anniversary? Congratulations?
I Love You? I Hate You?
Perhaps You Want To Propose Marriage?
SEND A SINGING TELEGRAM
UNIVERSITY SINGING TELEGRAM SERVICE
has inexpensive telegrams for any occasion.
We'll deliver anytime, anywhere in Ann Arbor.
Call 665-8349
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"-- Town"
Desire intensely
Chinese idol
Window part
Fortunate people
Oriental servitor
- boy!
Concerning
Wildly
enthusiastic

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Record
Seekers
A carpenter,
at times

13 --for the
course
20 - Arbor
22 One of the
Wolfes
24 Welles or Bean
26 Standing first,

19 Namesakes of a
TV heroine
21 Flat-bodied fish
23 Go -
(research)
25 Peter Pan pirate
26 Organizers
30 Fervors
34 Tintinnabulate
35 Scrap
37 Give the
business to
38 Burl
39 Alamo defender
40 Taxi passenger
41 Player at Shea
42 More rational
43 Surface region
measure
44 Ancient ascetic
46 Investigative
reporter, perhaps
49 Brood of
pheasants

60 A language of
India
61 Australian
marsupial
63 Lincoln bill
64 S-curve
65 Gardener's tool
66 Shrub genus
67 Retreat rooms
68 Like some water
grasses
69 Army men,
for short
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preposition
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as in quality
Biographies
Dill herbs,
Biblical style
Appliqued
- Mountains,
Missouri
Street show
Javelin or
spontoon
Worn out
Guidebook
Imaginary
Tizzy
Follows
Twofold
Michener book
Deteriorate
Part of QED
Incite
"Tree of life"
locale
Judicious
Spirited song
Days before
events
Oedipus
Conducted

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Unaffected
Stood for office
Prayers
Volcano openings
Attendance figure
Having sharp,
uneven edges
Khayyam
Heroic legend
Chaise, a la
Holmes

We at Northrop Defense Systems Division
have a long standing heritage of providing
Electronic Countermeasures capabilities to the
Department of Defense.
We have outstanding opportunities available
at our Rolling Meadows facility for those de-
greed in the following areas who wish to be-
come actively involved in the creation of a
future generation of high technology counter-
measures.

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interviews on February 15, 1982.
Contact your College Placement Office to
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
" design state-of-the-art airborne electronic
devices, power systems. automatic test equip-
ment; incorporating Digital. Analog. RF and
microwave technologies.
" detail software design and implementation
for both real time ECM systems and test

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
o thermal and heat transfer analysis. vibra-

tional/structural analysis, mechanical design
of airborne electronic systems.
COMPUTER SCIENCE
" conceptual and specific architectural module

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