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Behind every "successful" man is an
understanding woman . . .or two ... or three!
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"I LOVE MY ...WIFE" "I LOVE MY... WIFE"
IN A DAVID L.WOLPER Production
ELLIOTT GOULD "I LOVE MY...WIFE"
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR" SS
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1970 Engineering Gradua
MECHANICAL ELECTRONIC ELECTRICAL COMPUTER
U YOU'RE GOOD EMWR
When efforts range from easing the landing of a moonship
to controlling atomic-powered ships and nuclear power
stations, only the best is good enough.
Bailey discovered long ago that the only way to become
and remain an acknowledged leader in trie field of process
control and measurement is to attract the finest of engineers
. . . and, by practicing that philosophy, Bailey was the first
with a hardware-implemented multiprocessing computer, the
first with a practical fluidic control system, a leader in the
field of electronic analog control and in developing the appli
cations of solid state technology and hybrid circuitry to
controls and instruments.
An acknowledged leader in its industry and in its commu
nity, Bailey was an Equal Opportunity Employer before the
phrase was coined. And it has been a "clean" industry, with
no air, water or noise pollution, throughout its 54-year
If you've not heard of Bailey, perhaps it's time you did . . .
and perhaps it's time Bailey heard about you. The company's
representative will be here ( . . . date . . .) - Why not check
with the placement office for an Interview time.
Ba iley Babcock & Wilcox
Who, you may ask, is El Toucho? Why does he wear a scarlet
glove? How come Arby's have hired El Toucho to select the succulent
beef served in Arby's roast beef sandwiches? What is the real story
behind the six-fingered scarlet glove does it mask a tragedy or
does he just like to keep his hand looking nice.
Even at birth El Toucho's hand was restless, perceptive and searching
(just ask the nurses). As a young lad, he could place his hand on a watermelon
and determine the exact number of seeds inside.
All this time he realized that he had the gift of feeling out the best beef.
And as he grew older, El Toucho manifested a full-blown Bovine Fixation.
In his native village of Mucho Toro, deep in the interior of New Jer
sey, he could be seen feeling the steers. Local farmers would call out, "Hey
kid, what ya doin?" El Toucho would shout back, "None of your business,
but this beef of yours is pure hamburger." The young El Toucho's honest
critique of the farmers' beef led to a certain unpopularity, and he was
asked to leave.
El Toucho wandered the world, always seeking
jnd feeling for better beef. His mission and zeal led
him into many strange situations (as
you can imagine) and places
New Delhi, India,- Buenos
Aires, Argentina; Fiji, Scot
land and Stuebenville, Ohio.
Then one day El
Toucho's search for superb,
succulent beef ended. ..in
the office of Arby's. El
Toucho was instantly hired,
owing to his extraordinary
expertise in feeling beef. And
today El Toucho can be heard
saying "great!" "terrific!" "the
best1" as he removes his six
fingered scarlet glove to tenderly,
expertly check out the beef that
goes into the incredibly delicious
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FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1971
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN ,
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