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1 .1 Tho Social Side:
iigftf Mmages Highlight Emm Week
The Daily Nebraskon
Tuesday, February 5, 1957
i By JAN FARRELL
j Society Editor
! Not everyone was concentrating
i .holly on exams because Monday
, here were" announcements of six
Carriages, seven engagements, and
'",ngftt pinnings that happened over
vsxam week. '
. The campus is finally coming
Jut of its after-Christmas social
. vlump with the scheduling of two
I ate dinners and a formal this
Carrie Rhoades, Kappa Kappa
- amma senior in Home Econom
s from Osceola, to Fred Allen,
1 elta Tau Del at a alumnus from
V 3 Joyce Webster, Pi Beta Phi soph
; ignore in Teachers from Kearney
Jim Junge, Phi Delta Theta
i.itophomore in Engineering from
- t Jean Ann Smith, Chi Omega sen-
V r in Teachers from York, to
;ob Johnson, graduate student in
Chemical Engineering from York.
v ' Carol Newell, Delta Delta Delta
Jenior in Teachers from Lincoln
Walt Blore, Phi Gamma
' elta senior in Business Admin
, Uration from Lincoln.
i Mary Hall, Delta Gamma senior
4 Teachers from Holdrege, to
iacic von uniern, rm ueita xneta
' jinionr in Business Administra
- on from Lincoln.
j Gloria Ullarcih, Kappa Delta
JDhomore in Teachers from Til-
ten, to Duane Chittenden, senior
it Business Administration from
i Helen Cook. Sitrma Delta Tau
bphomore in Teachers from Den-
Alpha Mu senior in Teachers
j Helen Ahlascwede, Love Memor
' Hall junior in Home Economics
. om Ord, to Allen Pulcknett, fresh
men in Agriculture from Dewitt.
vrts and Sciences from David City,
ii Jim McGerk, sophomore in
vrts and Sciences from David City.
Sue Brodey, Chi Omega sopho
more in Teachers from Ogallala,
Ensign James Cooper, gradu
r.e of Annapolis Naval Academy
jom North Platte.
J Janet Lidstrand, Gamma Phi
Jeta junior in Teachers from Om
tia, to Dave Fahrbach, Sigma
pha Epsilon senior in Business
dministration from Indianapolis,
Jane Anderson, Kappa Alpha
beta sophomore in Teachers
. om Hastings, to Calvin Johnson,
. ?ta Theta Pi junior Business Ad
t inistratkm from Hastings.
Barbara Curry, Zeta Tau Alpha
nior in Teachers from Lincoln,
Dewey Van Cleeve, Theta Chi
k Nebraska Wesleyan and senior
I, Teachers from Lincoln.
J Alice Ann Allen, Kappa Kappa
- "amma Benior in Teachers from
kiburn, to Adam Karvas, Kappa
gma senior in Business Admin-
tcond semester parties have started on
f L. H. 3.
istration from Lincoln.
Carol Dahl, Kappa Delta sopho
more in Business Administration
from Alliance, to Ed Bogart, Delta
Sigma Phi junior in Engineering
Liz Frederickson, Alpha Chi
Omega sophomore in Teachers
from Columbus, to aArden Phifer,
Delta Tau Delta Junior in Busi
ness Administration from Red
Bobbie Beckman, Chi Omega
alumnus from Lincoln, to Warren
Christenson, Sigma Chi senior in
Business Administration from Lin
Jody Carlson, Delta Gamma so
omore in Home Economics from
Omaha to Bob Ingram, Sigma Phi
Epsilor senior in. Business Admin
istration from Franklin.
Harriet Feese, Kappa Alpha
Theta sophomore in Business Ad
ministration from Tecumseh, to
George Peterson, Phi Delta Theta
junior in Business Administration
Caro1 Topliff, Towne Club fresh
man in Home Economics from Lin
coln, to Art Klein, Theta Xi jun
ior in Teachers from Kingston,
Connie Berry, Pi Beta Phi jun
ior in Arts and Sciences from
Onawa, la., to Jay Schnoor, Sig
ma Chi junior in Engineering from
Delta Gamma Formal.
Chi Omega Date Dinner.
Pi Beta Phi Date Dinner.
Union Film Society
rickets 'Going Well'
"As in past years; the Union's
Film Society will be a sell-out and
it look.- very close to that now,"
Judy Douthit, Film Committee
Ticket sales have irone verv well.
however there are a few seats
left to this series of foreign films
that wiu be presented in the next
montns at 8 p.m. Wednesday eve
nings at the Capitol Theater.
Some of the films will include:
-uenevieve, -Film Without a
Name," "Umberto D." "The
Sheep has Five Legs," and "Alex
Student tickets are $2 and can
be obtained at the Union Ticket
Qn& Of 1
vntidns Leading Eleetmnk
Nine p.m. closing hours for fresh
men have been resumed following
final exam weeks and will re-
downs are out, Carol Link. Asso
elated Womens Student president
University of California
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11
Electronic Engineers Mechanical Engineers
Chemists and Chemical Engineers
OCCUPATION PLACEMENT OFFICE
201 Ellen Smith Hall
At UCRL, there are unique opportunities to work
with some of America s outstanding leaders in nuclear
research and to utilize the most expansive facilities
in this field. Here, new ideas and techniques are
traditional and there is the opportunity to do what
has never been done before.
Plan now to meet with UCRL's representatives.
They will give you full details on opportunities in
your field and discuss future openings at the Labora
tory's Livermore and Berkeley sites in Northern
California's San Francisco Bay Area.
Current UCRL protects tnchfdei
Nuclear Weapon, Nuclear Rocket Prepuhton,
Controlled Thermonuclear Energy, Panicle Accelerators,
High-Speed Digital Computers, Critical Assembly
and Reactor Research
Mechanical and electronic engi
neers, as well as those majoring: In
physics and math will want to In
vestigate the unusual opportunities
for rapid professional growth and
advancement offered by Melpar,
Inc., one of the Nation's leading
electronic research and develop
A subsidiary of Westinghouse Air
Brake Company, Melpar is now en
gaged in a program of expansion
involving both increases in staff
and facilities. The organization's
headquarters laboratory is located
in Fairfax County, Virginia, only
10 miles from Washington, D. C
The college or university graduate
who joins Melpar la not required to
undergo a formal training program.
Instead he immediately becomes a
member of a project group and is
assigned to work with an expert'
enced engineer whose guidance and
assistance enable him to advance
rapidly. Member of Melpar proj
ect groups gain experience in all
phases of engineering problems by
free and frequent interchange of
ideas during group meetings. Such
experience is valuable in leading to
eventual managerial responsibility.
Offered by f.!elpar for
The list of universities located near
Melpar laboratories that offer
graduate and undergraduate
courses in engineering subjects in
cludes: Georgetown University,
George Washington University,
American University, Catholic Uni
versity, University of Maryland,
University of Virginia, Harvard,
Massachusetts Institute of Technol
ogy, Northeastern University, and
Boston University. Melpar offers
financial assistance for study at
these distinguished schools.
f.lelpar Locales Offer
Fine Living Conditions
Melpar's R&D operations are
centered near and in Washington,
D. C and Boston, Mass. Both are
rich in cultural and educational
facilities. The Washington, D. C
area in which Melpar's headquar
ters laboratory is located is within
easy driving range of beaches,
lakes, mountains, as well as other
recreational and scenic points. The
climate allows outdoor recreation
215 days of the year. Fine homes
and apartments in all prict ranges
are readily available.
Melpar's Boston area plants allow
engineers to enjoy the pleasant
tempo of New England living
coupled with Boston's splendid cul
tural and educational advantages.
Melpar pays re-location expenses.
An attractive, fully-illustrated
booklet describing living conditions
prevailing in the Washington, D. C
area can be obtained from your
campus Placement Officer.
Advancement At Alcfpcr
At Melpar there is no waiting
period for "automatic" advance
ment. Instead, an engineer, regard
less of his age or tenure, may move
ahead as rapidly as his skill and
performance dictate. Each engi
neer's achievement is reviewed at
least twice a year. In this manner
engineers deserving advancement
can be quickly "spotted" and. pro
moted. As soon as an engineer is
ready for more complex responsi
bilities they are given him.
Offered Pel J
After a personal interview on their
campus, qualified candidates may
be invited to visit Melpar's head'
quarters laboratory hear Washing
ton, D. C at Company expense.
Information on opportunities avail
able for graduates together with
details on living conditions in the
Washington, D. C area is available
by simply writing: Mr. William
Schauta, Melpar, Inc, 3000 Arling
ton Blvd, Falls Church, Virginia.
At Melpar's Main Lab
Melpar staff members, both holders
and non-holders of degrees, may
take advantage of the many fully
accredited courses in engineering
subjects which are offered at Mel
par's headquarters laboratory.
Company Policies Geared
To Engineer's Needs
Melpar's personnel policies empha
size individual consideration, objec
tive treatment, and opportunity
based on ability. Specifically, these
policies are implemented by pro
motion from within, wherever pos
sible, merit reviews that are truly
meaningful, work assignments in
keeping with the engineer's most
In addition, of course, the Com
pany makes available to each of
its staff members a wide program
of company benefits, including
group insurance with life, sickness,
hospitalization and major medical
expense features, a retirement plan,
and provides for paid sick leave,
vacations and holidays.
Salaries at Melpar compare most
favorably with those of the ln
dust ' as a whole.
Steadily Every Year
Founded in 1945, Melpar has;
doubled In size every 18 months for
the past 11 years. Recently it com
pleted erection of a complete new
headquarters laboratory near the
Nation's Capital, and is presently!
making substantial additions to its
Watertown, Mass. laboratory (8
miles west of Boston), and to its
research department in Boston.
Located on a 44-acre landscaped,
tract, Melpar's main laboratories
encompass over 263,000 square feet
under a single roof. Fully air-conditioned,
they are equipped with
every faculty. In addition to the
new, ultra-modern headquarters
plant, Melpar. maintains additional
facilities in Arlington, Virginia,
Boston and Watertown, Massachu
setts, encompassing a total of
460,000 square feet
Avdkik At fe?r
Engineers who join Melpar may
choose their assignments from one
or more of these challenging fields!
Flight Simulators e Radar and
Countermeasures e Network
Theory e Systems Evaluation e
Microwave Techniques e Analog &
Digital Computers e Magnetio
Tape Handling e UHF, VHF, or
SHF Receivers e Packaging Elec
tronic Equipment e Pulse Circuitry
e Microwave Filters e Servo
mechanisms e Submlniaturixatioa
e Electro-Mechanical Design e
Small Mechanisms e Quality Con
trol A Test Engineering.
Members of Melpar's research and
engineering staff are ably sup
ported by many designers, drafts
men and technicians. Coordinated
supporting services include a chem
istry laboratory, a quality control
group, an environmental test labo
ratory, a number of shops, and
other specialized facilities.
.lake Appointment How For
Melpar Interview Feb. 8th
To secure an appointment with the Melpar representative when
he visits your campus, contact your Placement Officer today.
At the same time ask him for booklets on Melpar and the Wash
ington, D. C area, We believe you will find them of unusual
a t& Iks esi m e? wm m m iks1 op m,
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will be on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6
for the purpose or interviewing engineering applicants
See your Placement Director to arrange an appointment
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