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2 -- The Michigan Daily- Weekend etc. - Thursday, April 7, 1994

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SECURITY AGEHI

Because of the nature and scope of the Na-
tional Security Anenc's mission, we can offer
lob challenge and career opportunities that
are impossible to match.
AlT NSA, we are responsible for designing and
deve loping secure/Iinvol norable eomunuica-
tions and EDP systems to transmit, receive
and analyze much of our nation's most vital
information. The advancing technologies ap-
plied in this work are such that they will fre-
querntly take you beyond the known and
accepted boundaries of knowledg~e. Conse-
quently. your Imaination and resourcefulness
are essential qualifications for success,
The Career Scoria at NSA: Enginer will findi
work which is performed nowhere else . .
devices and systems are constantly being de-
veloped which are the most advanced in the
Western World, As an Agency engineer, you
will carry out research, design, developmnt,
testing and evaluation of sophiticatod, large-
scale cryptocommunlicationl and EDP systems.
You may also participate In related studies of
electromagnetic propagation, upper atmos-
phere phenomena, and solid state devices us-
i ng the latest equipment for advanced research
within NSA's fully instrumented laboratories.
Mathematicians acalms, formuiate and sove
complex communication.related probkonw
Statistical mathematics, matrix algebra, and
combinatorial analysis are but a few of the
tools appl ied by Agency mathematicians. Op-

portunities for contributions in computer
sciences and theoretical research are also
offered.
Computer Scientists participate in systems
analysis and systems programrminlg related to
advanced scientific and operational applica-
tions. Software design and development is
included, as well as support in hardware de-
sign, development and mod ification.
Starting salaries are based on education and
experience, andi increase as you assu~me addi-
tional responsibility. Further. you will enjoy
the varied career benefits and other advan-
tages of Federal employment without the
necessity of Civil Service certification.
Check with your Placement Office far further
information about NSA, or write to: Chief,
College Relations Branch, National Security
Agency. Ft. George G.?Made, Md. 20755,
Attn: M322. An equal opportunity employer,
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,Class of 1994, sigh dispiritedly. Had you graduated just 20 years earlier, you could have had a job with the National
;,Security Agency. Of course, this ad was just a front for the major spy operations taking place all over Middle
America in the mid-'70s. (What else could "large scale cryptocommunication systems" mean?) The spy missions
-were sent out to small towns across the country: while participants pretended to be studying electromagnetic
propagation, they were really trying to uncover the secrets of the American counterculture. Alas, they never
succeeded - the culture disappeared before the imposter Haight-Ashbury children could grow out their hair. Still,
the National Security Agency kept trying. Today, they are not a major operation, and so can no longer offering
unprecedented, unparalleled job opportunity. Hey, why should they be any different than anyone else? Like most
places in the U.S. today, they're just not hiring. Better luck next century.

WEiEKEND
EDITORS CON
Darcy Lockman Michae
Jo h n R . R y b o ck Jin -h o e R S E I O SR n
Nima Hodaei Miller,I
Melissa Rose Bernardo son, Al

IRIBUTORS
el Barnes, Jonathan Berdnt, Jason Carroll,
Chung, Thomas Crowley, Tom Erlewine,
Glieberman, Brian Grant, Jessie Halladay
Kobell, Jonathan turie, Janet Malcolm, Kirk
Evan Petrie, Austin Ratner, Michael Thomp-
lexandra Twin, Ted Watts.

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Tastes of
Ann Arbor
Dining Guide

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Japanese Steak House
U~ 741-8100
Students Welcomed

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Tat little Italian Place!
Homemade Italian
Specialty Sandwiches
Pasta dishes & more
dine in - take out - delivery
808 South State Street
996-4424 fax 996-8262
IAED* for dining a. ebnc. by Aolly Abraham
of theDbotFr"ePrts

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Colifomio Stjke
DINE IN or CARRY OUT
Monday -Thursday 11lam - 8pm
Friday 11tam -10Opm
Saturday 12pm - 9pm

s*rMAGICĀ®.-
Quality Chinese Food
Good. Cheap.. Fast.
See your entree cooked fresh
upon ordering

IA-u E. Ubory at Fourth A
~ Canyout ldavs a weeok
XOTJC DOWJS - WIVES.- COCKAIr
1100 E. Catherine at Glen - 761-8996
Open 6 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays
6 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sat, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sun.
Serving breakfast and lunch all day.
Featuring homemade raisin bread
Favorites for over 30 years.

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21 . Fourthl Ave "*9960234

741-0019
613-615 E. Wiiiam
(between State & Maynard)

Mon-Sat 1 1-9:30
Sunday 12-9:30

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TURKISH
CUISINE
Dine-in
Take-out
Catering

Combination Specials
starting at $4.95
Luncheon Specials
at $3.99
Free Delivery " Carry Out
Sit In Dining
Catering & Parties Welcomed
707 Packard
(near State St.) 668-2744

Ann Arbor's Finest Mexican
Style Food. Michigan's
Largest Selection of Gourmet
Hot Sauces & Salsas
Open 1i-1 i sever
WE DELIVER! days a week
761-6650 333 E. HURON

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Dinner Buffets and
Lunch Buffets Daily
am-2.3nine9All you C(anE

Vegetari n & Meat Dishes. More
Mon-Sat: 11 AM - 8 PM
9 662-1711
1703 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor
Courtyard Shops, Across North Campus

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