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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 195th %


(Continued from Page 4) Standards, will lecture on "The Role oboe, Albert Luconi, clarinet, Clyde
of Computing Machines in Operations Carpenter, French horn, and Lewis
Constance Bennett, Tod Andrews, Research" on Wed., Oct. 24. Coffee Cooper, bassoon, will present its first
Frank McHugh and Robert Strauss will hour at 3:30 p.m. in Room 243, West concert of the academic year at 8:30
be presented Wed., Oct. 24, 8:30 p.m. Engineering Building and seminar in p.m. this evening, in the Rackham
in Hill Auditorium as the second num- Room 229, West Engineering at 4:00 Lecture Hall. Laurence Teal, bass clar-
ber on the Lecture Course. Tickets are p.m. All faculty members are welcome, inet, will appear with the Quintet in
on sale at the Auditorium box office. a program of compositions by Danzi,
sAmerican Society of Public Adminis- Elliott Carter, Milhaud, Vivaldi, Mo-
University Lecture, J. D. Ovington, tration Social Seminar, M I c hi g a n zart, and Leos Janacek. Open to the
Nature Coservatory, London, England, Charter, Wed., Oct. 24 at 8:00 p.m. in general public without charge.
"Forest Environment and Growth in the East Conference Room, Rackham.
British Forest Plantations." 4:15 p.m. Prof. Norton E. Long, acting director
Tues., Oct. 23 in Rackham Amphithe- of the Governmental Research Bureau Placem ent Notices
ater Auspices of the School of Natural of Michigan State University, will dis-
Resources and Department of Botany, cuss "Personnel Administration." The PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Open to the general public. second social seminar will be on Nov. 7.
Representatives from the following
Society for Advancement of Manage- will be at the Engrg. School:
ment: Meeting Tues., Oct. 23, at 7:30 A cademic Notices Mon., Oct. 29
'p.m in the Business Administration Mathematics Coloquium: Meeting of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
Lounge. Guest speaker Forest Fergu- the Colloquium for Tues., Oct. 23 is -all levels in all programs interested
son, coordinator of management de- postponed to Oct. 30. for Design and Construction,
velopment manufacturing activities, Aerovox Corp., Hi-Q Div., Olean, New
Burroughs Corporation, will speak on '- York - B.S. & M.S. in Ch. E., Elect.,
"Management Potential." C oncerts Instru., Math., Mech. and Physics for
Operations Research Seminar: S. N. University Woodwind Quintet, Nel- Development and Design.
Alexander, United States Bureau of son Hauenstein, flute,'Florian Mueller, Aerojet-General Corp., Div. of Gen-
eral Tire & Rubber Co., Azusa, Calif.-
all levels in all programs interested for
Research, Development, Design, and
Construction. U.S. citizens.
Wheeling Steel Corp., Wheeling, West,
Virginia-B.S. or M.S. in Ch. E., Civil,
Elect., Mech., and Metal. for Research,
Devel., Design, Production, and Con-
Universal Oil Products Co., Des
Plaines, Ill. - B.S. or M.S. in Ch. E.
for Research, Devel., and Design. U.S.
Public Service Electric and Gas Com-
pany, Newark, N.J.-B.S. or M.S. in Ch.
E., Civil., Ind. and Mech. for Devel.,
Design, Prod., and Construction. U.S.
and on other Campuses too! Ths adds up to a Mon., Tues., Oct. 29 & 30-
.u e.aeuFirestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron
continuing need for more and ore communica- Ohio-all levels in Ch.'E., Civil, Elect.,
tions facilities. As the world's largest manufactur- Ind., Instru., Mat's, Math., Mech.,,
Engrg. Mech., Metal., Physics, and
er of such equipment, Western Electric needs some Science for Research, Development,
Design, and Production.
additional top-flight engineers, scientists and Ethyl Corp., Baton Rouge, La.; Hous-
mathematicians the kind that are here on the ton, Texas; Detroit, Mich.-all levels in
Ch. E. and B.S. or M.S. In Mech. for
Ann Arbor campus. Research, Devel., Design, Production,
Const., Sales, and Technical Service.
U. S. citizen.
Esso Standard Oil Co., Baton Rouge,
La.-all levels in Ch. E., Civil, Constru.,
LTa1k It UverElect., Ind., Meh Eng. Mech., and
Metal. for Summer and Regular De-
sign, Production and Construction.
Tues, Oct. 30
Consult our Company in Morris Bean & Co., Yellow Springs,
representativesOhio-B.S. or M.S. in Ch. E., Ind., Eng.
R.O.T.C. Rifle Range Building Mech., and Metal. for Research, Devel.,
g--and Sales.
sics, Instru., B.S. or M.S. in Ind.,
October 23 - 24 - 25 Mech., and Engrg. Mech.; B.S. in Civil
and Elect. for Research, Development,
Learn about the opportunities for you with this anertolsigcraft Corp., Morton, Pa-
B.S. or M;S. in Aero., Ch. E., Civil,
expanding, progressive manufacturer of the most Elect., Md. and Mech. for Research,
advanced communications gear. Devel., and Design. U.S. citizen.
Sundstrand Machine Tool Co., Rock-
ford, Ill. -- B.S. or M.S. in Aero., Ch.
Elect. Ind., Instru,, Mat'ls., Math.,
Mech., Eng. Mech., Metal., Nuclear
and Physics for summer and regular re-
search, Devel., Design Production,
Sales. U.S. citizen.
Mod.IneMg Co., Racine, Wis.-B.S.
or M.S in Elect., dIn, Mech., and Eng.
Mech. for Research, Devel., Design,
Production, and Sales.
Hazeltine Electronics Corp., Little
MANUFAcTVRN AND SUr tr UNir OF y ESLL YSTEM Neck, L.I., N.Y.-B.S or M.S. in Elect.
and Mech. for Summer and Regular

Research, Devel., Field Engrg., and
Publications Engrg. U.S. citizens..
Hamilton Standard, Div. of United
Aircraft, Windsor Locks, Conn. - - all
levels in Aero., Ch. E., Elect., Id.,
Instru., Mat'ls, Mech., Eng. Mech., and
Metal, for Research, Devel., Design,
Prod., Constru., Sales, and Service.
Gen'l Foods Corp., Central Labs, Ho-
boken, N.J.-all levels in Ch. E. for Re-
search, Devel., and Design. U.S. citi-
Tues., Wed., Oct 30 & 31
Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc., Santa
Monica, Calif.-all levels in Aero.,
Civil, Elect., Instr., Math., Mech.,
Engrg. Mech., Nuclear, Physics and
Science for Research, Development and
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. E., Ext. 2182.
For appointments with the follow-
ing' contact the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 371.
Wed., Oct. 24
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.,
Detroit, Mich.-men in LS&A or Bus.
Ad. for Sales, Ffg., Mgt., Pers. Admin.,
and Acctg. Work in Mich.. Ohio, Pa.,
Calif., and sales offices in all large
cities. Manufactures sleeve type bear-
ings, roller bearings, ball bearings, etc.
Argus Cameras, Inc., Ann Arbor,
Mich.-men with any degree for Sales
training. Training period is in Ann
Arbor, then location anywhere in U.S.
is possible.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Co., Detroit and Ann Arbor area --
men in LS&A and Bus. Ad. for Sales
Mgt. Training. This is one of the ten
largest insurance companies in the
country with branches throughout the
Thurs., Oct. 25
. National Security Agency, Washing-
ton, D.C.-men and women with B.A.
or M.A. In Languages, Liberal Arts or
Science for Intelligence Research. Ap-
plicants should be American born U.S.
citizens. Mid-Year Graduates Only;
interviews for June graduates will be
given during the second semester.
Marshall Field and Company, Chi-
cago, Ill. - men and women with de-
grees in Acctg., Econ., LS&A, General
Business, Retailing, Institutional Man-
agement for pre-supervisory and pre-
management training jobs in all phases
of a large metropolitan retail depart-
ment store business and its suburban
branches: Merchandising, Operations,
Service, Acctg., Control, Sales Promo-
tion, Restaurant, etc.
Minneapolis-Honneywell Regulator
Co., Minneapolis, Minn.-men with
degrees in Acetg,, Bus.Ad., Personnel,
Econ., Chem., Physics, and Math, fro
Acctg., Production Control, Schedul-
ing, Coordinating and Market Re-
search. Mid-year graduates only.
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.-
men with any degree for Sales, Pur-
chasing, Marketing, Sales Analysis,
and Production Control. Work in De-
troit area or anywhere in organization.
Burroughs Corp., Detroit, Mich.-
men, any degree, for Sales Mgt. Train-
in gfor work anywhere in U.S. or Can-
ada, Burroughs handles a variety of
equipment and acctg. is not required
but is helpful.
Fri., Oct. 26
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.-
Organization 1

men, any degree, for Sales, Purchasing,
Marketing, Sales Analysis, and Pro-
duction Control.
Thurs., Fri., Oct. 25 & 26
Women's Army Corp., Officer Pro-
curement-women with any degree for
Officer Training.
The Trane Co., La Crosse, Wis., has
an opening for an Assistant to the Se-
nior Development Engr. Heat Transfer
Equipment. Prefer M. S. in Chem. E.
or Mech. E. with some experience in
heat transfer engineering.
Riverside Osteopathic Hospital, Tren-
ton, Mich., needs a Head Dietician.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 371,

Holiday Gets Hospital Post;
Kurtz Named New Manager

John E. Holliday, of 2389 Park-
wood, has been appointed admin-
istrative assistant in charge of
night and weekend operations at
University Hospital.
Holliday has been night busi-
ness manager for the past nine
months, and has been on the hos-
pital staff since June, 1954.

Some Voters
Still Undecided
Ten per cent of the people who
will actually go to the polls Nov. 6
still haven't decided how they'll
cast their ballots two weeks be-
fore the election, according to the
top elections analyst at University
Two or three per cent will re-
main undecided until election
day, if 1956 follows the pattern
of the past two Presidential elec-


Arthur Kurtz, of 46 Chardon
Dr., Buffalo, N.Y., has been ap-
pointed night business force man-
ager to succeed Holliday.
Announcement of the appoint-
ments was made by Dr. A. C.
Kerlikowske, director of the hos-



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Sunshine and science .. .
star performers in

new Florida


Debate Team, Meeting,
4203 Angell Hall.
* s "

7:30 p.m.,

Ballet Club, Meeting, 7 p.m., Begin-
ners, 7:50 p.m., Advanced, Barbour
" s
Italian Club, Conversation Hour, 4:15
p.m., Union Snack Bar.
* * *
Young Republicans, Panel Discus-
sion, 8 p.m. 3A Union, Speakers: Prof.
Angus Campbell and Prof. Warren Mil-
Anthropology Club, Lecture, 8 p.m.,;
Wednesday, East Lecture Room, Rack-
ham Building. Speaker: Prof. R. A. M.
Bergman, "A Survey of Contemporary
Dutch Anthropology."
* * *
American Nuclear Society, Lecture,
7:15 p.m. Wednesday, West Lecture
Room, Rackham, Speaker, Walter J.
McCarthy, :"Nuclear Reactor Safety."
4. * *
Panhel Ball Publicity Committee,
Meeting, 5 p.m., Wednesday, League.
Lutheran Students Association, Mat-
ins Service, 7:20-7:45 a.m., Wednesday,
Student Chapel.
* * *4
Pi Lambda Theta, Foreign Educa-
tors Panel on Schools, 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Rackham Assembly Hll.

Believing that the future of aviation lay with larger
aircraft, higher speeds and greater ranges, the found-
ers of Pratt & Whitney Aircraft established an iron-
clad policy demanding constant striving to develop
aircraft engines that would continually surpass pre-
vious accomplishments. The intervening restless years
at P & W A have been filled with continuing progress
which proved the wisdom of that early decision.
Brand new areas of technology were explored; rec-
ognition as undisputed leader in its field was at-
tained; expansion to accommodate the growth of
the company resulted in a nationwide network of
auxiliary facilities.
Florida - long America's year 'round playground
- is now providing ground for the continued expan-
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Ideally located in Palm Beach County, P & W A's
newest facility will be an important engineering
auxiliary to the main laboratories and plants in
Connecticut. Major factors in selecting the site were
the mild climate and sufficient isolation to permit
development and test of highly advanced and ex-
tremely powerful jet engines with minimum acous-
tical disturbance to the surrounding resort com-
The engineering graduate who begins his career
at this Florida facility will have the rare opportunity
of keeping pace with its anticipated growth. In an
organization renowned for development engineering
superiority, he will be able to gain invaluable ex-
perience working on vital, long-range projects that
hr elklno to the imaffination_


lion of America' sforemost aircrait engine bu taer. are a cn a nge w tar mig g '.a.
World's foremost designer and builder of eircraft engines
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