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Binning, Jack (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 58, Number 1 (October 1953)

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U. 0. r, %o 1J
      2c Paid
  Permit No. 428
Madison, Wisconsin
CHARLES SNYDER, R.P.I., (center) adjusting 5250 triple-unit d-c    Engineers
RICHARD RENK, IO,WA STATE, (left) and ALLEN FRINK,
mill motor for use in a steel mill.                           CATHOLIC UNIV.,
make last-minute check on 1600-hp diesel-electric
                                                              switcher before
it is moved to test track.
THEY'RE ""GOING PLACES""
        AT GENERAL ELECTRIC
I Jct h-CC LotIII' II1(11 (III ( tilrt(I here, hundtrtieds of scien-
tiot-, ('Iigitlel(-s.  he'tllists, phti sicists and  other College
graf(ltias are   -ettlitir ahead( flast at General 1lectric
ti (I \t orkliig ot);t project(.. x ith tche assuralite that
t IIlr (notlitrIhI iotIIS ate oC at(itgtul aduIa  it( i)ortaitt.
''l('c rc timi( ig llo rapflif  I lae-caus(e at General Electtic
I1 N\ 1r] ofi pp(o rtLitiit II\ a a it, tIe ( college rnail of toda --a
orhl hIIIitI( (I oiix\  I- fis o\\ ii abihItx  atid interest. The
\arict\ of (,etlcral L1(ctric pro(lducts antd the diversity of
the (    ciii (s op ratiomis ptrov ide  v irtuallvT unllimited
lie Il 1> f opp)(ortlillitv at1(1 ( corresponiding rew ards. both
ltlatcriahll  a(1I iII tttilts of1 persotal satisfactioni to young
'nel hXio b(-tIII .a G-11, c.al-cer.
Nc vi 1( \ (I  (Ill  t tst-in  s ii(tois, electtroitics, semi-co i-
(I I  rI(IS.  tgas iotiriites. atoniic p  vi er. and others--spring-
il,,g f'ttll (,-I" l(-Sa(IIl ( itt1l( t emgilicerintg  ae(, creatiti.
exciting iie\s- opportuniities, anld are givTinlg (ollege gra(lu-
ates [le chlanlce of liliding satisfyi g, rc\Narding work.
And by placing prinle imtlortance o0l thfte developmetit of
taleICl ai11(l klill, (i(celopedl tlo II ughl G-E t-raillintg ptro-
',rant-- anid broa(deiied through rotatio tal job prograrn,,
atid )Nl provitlidng iluentives for creative minds, Genieral
Electric is hurrN'ing x OUng ment itito success ill a.D in-
dustrv that is devoted to serving all men through the
ev er-increasing and ever-w idening uses for electricity,
man's greatest servant.
If you are interested in building a career with General Elec-
tric see your college placement director for the date of the
next visit of the General Electric representative on your cam-
pus. Meanwhile, for further information on opportunities with
General Electric write to College Editor, Dept. 2-123, Gen-
eral Electric Company, Schenectady 5, New York.
Test engineers E. K. VON FANGE, U. OF      Physicist ROGER DEWES, BROOKLYN
POLY.,       ANTHONY    TERZANO, PRATT     INSTITUTE,
NEB., (left) and R. E. LOVE, U. OF TEXAS,  working with scintillation counter
in G.E.'s  checks connections on direct-current rectifier
work on slacker and stapler built by them for  Engineering Laboratory.  
         which charges 7,500,000-volt impulse genera-
homework project.                                                       
        tor in G.E.'s new High-voltage Laboratory.
                               GENERAL * ELECTRIC


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