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The Nebraskan
Friday, Mar. 3, 1961
Religious Activities
& N
Religious groups on cam
pus this Sunday evening will
sponsor several speakers.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN
CHAPEL Dr. Paul A. Zim
merman, President of Con
cordia Teachers College in
Seward, will speak on "Prob
lems Posed for the Christian
by the Theory of Evolution
following a 5:30 supper.
NEWMAN CLUB. A holy
hour will follow supper at
5:30.
UNITED CAMPUS CHRIS
TIAN FELLOWSHIP A 5:30
supper will be followed by the
continuation of a panel dis
cussion on "Dating, Court
ship, and Marriage."
NATIONAL LUTHERAN
COUNCIL. A Summer in
Church Service," will be pre
sented by Karen Long after
a 5:30 supper.
WESLEY HOUSE Mr. Hu
go Srb, clerk of the Nebraska
unicameral, wfll speak on
"Separation of Church and
State" at 6:15. Supper is at
5:00 and vespers at 6:00.
SECOND BAPTIST Ambas
sadors will hear the topic,
"The Contributions Made by
the Lutherans to Christianity"
at 6:00, following a supper at
5:15.
FIRST BAPTIST Supper at
5:00 will be followed by the
topics, . "Existentialism," by
Dr. O. K. Bouwsma; "Bapt
ist Church History," Dr. Rob
ert L. Fox; and "The Trin
ity," Mr. H. M. Burner. Ves
pers will be at 7:00 and a tal
ent program at 8:00.
SOUTH STREET TEMPLE
Sabbath services will be held
at 8 p.m. today, followed by
a social hour.
Ag Rodeo Club
Accepts Members
The Ag campus Rodeo Club
has initiated 21 new members
for the second semester.
The new members include
Bill Cornish, Norman Egle,
Ronald Hawthorn, John Lia
kos, Jerry Lindvall, Ben Wes
ton, Cheri Weik, Kathleen
Bishop, Cynthia Blake, Roy
Buchfinck, Pati Davis.
Others accepted are Jo Han
son, Robert Helget, Maryanne
Hough, Hunter Ingwerson,
Bill Majors, Dick Miles, Kath
ie O'Brien, Barbara Peder
sen, Jo Ruck and Earl Stevens.
IFC Ball
Tops Social
Calendar
With the IFC Ball coming
up Saturday night only seven
social events are scheduled
for this week-end.
A "Heaven in Hell''; party
sounds interesting . . , party
hopping, anyone?
Friday
Alpha Chi Omega date din
ner, 6:30-8 p.m.
Kappa Delta "Heaven in
Hell" party, 8:30-11:30 p.m.
Terrace Hall-Pioneer House
hour dance, 7-8 p.m.
Burr Hall East-Brown Pal
ace hour dance, 7-8 p.m.
Theta' Xi house party, 9-12
p.m.
Selleck Quadrangle "Ca
sino" party, 8:30-11:30 p.m.
Sunday
Alpha Phi -Kappa Sigma
pledge picnic, 2-4 p.m.
Delta Gamma - Alpha T a u
Omega pledge bowling party,
2-3 p.m.
WELCOME STUDENTS
TO
ST. PAUL METHODIST CHURCH
. . Lincoln"$ Downtown Churck
' Worship Services at 9;30 and II am
Dr. Frank A. Court, Pastor
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'Fair' Replaces
Drill For Cadets
A new "county fair" type
laboratory has been put into
effect for the basic Army
ROTC students at the Univer
sity. The "county fair" lab,
which will extend over a pe
riod v( three weeks, gives the
basic ROTC student a chance
to see and learn more about
Army life, replacing three
weeks of drill sessions.
Each' week, on a battle
group rotation basis, the ca
dets attend lectures and dem
onstration on squad tactics
and formations, communica
tion, weapons and advanced
ROTC course motivations.
After the first week Brigade
Commander Cadet Brig. Gen.
Donald Epp noted that the
change was favorable with the
basic cadets.
"The three week break In
the drill session gives the ca
dets added insight to the out
standing Army ROTC pro
gram we have at the Univer
sity," Epp said.
The demonstrations and lec
tures are all presented by the
senior Advanced ROTC students.
Alain Feature dock
Varsitv: "Goliath and the
Dragon," 1:39, 3:30, 5:33, 7:30 '
9:27.
State: "Fever in the Blood,"
1:10, 3:17, 5:24, 7:31, 9:38.
Nebraska: "Pride and the
Passion," 2:40. 6:00, 9:20.
"Comanche", 1:10, 4:30, 7:50.
Lincoln: Ben-Hur," 1 :45,
7:15..
Stuart: "The Great Impos
ter." 1:00, 3:05, 5:15, 7:25, 9:35.
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ENGINEER OR PHYSICIST.
THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
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ArmyNavy Computer System
Space Ferry
a Fixed Array Antennae
Fir Control Radar Syatemt
Pulsed Ooppler Radar and
Anti-Submarine Warfare
Naval Tactical Display System
3-Dlmensional Radar
Air-to-AIr Missiles
Space Piopulsion System
Tunnel Diodes
Infrared Devices
Satellite Active Repeater
Development
Wide Band Scanning Antenna
Feed Systems
Microwave Antennas and
Radomes
Guidance and Navigation
Computers
Satellite Communication
Systems
Satellite Reconnaissance Drone
World-Wide Communications
Network
Command Control and
Information Processing
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Linear Accelerator
Gamma Ray
Nuclear Fission
Remote Handling Device
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a Electroluminescence
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Line-of-Slght UHF and
VHF Relay Systems
Air Traffic Regulation anal
Landing System
Pincushion Radar
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M.S. and Ph.D. (June and Summer Graduates)
Members of our staff will conduct
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
March 6, 1961
Find out more about the wide range of programs, unique
Professional Register, advanced educational programs and
relocation allowances offered by Hughes.
For Interview appointment or Informational literature consult
your College Placement Director. Or write Hughes College ,
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