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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Sunday, March 3, 1940
Mary Jean says ...
It's March, march, march
-or anyway, spring is near
By Mary Jean McCarthy.
March, march, march the boys
are mprching and if they aren't
spring is. Oh well, maybe it isn't,
but then spring is coming and that'
is something, and love is just
around the corner, the question be
ing, where is the corner? Don't
you think that song titles fit in
with just about most anything that
happens ? Spring romance trag
edy gaiety- nonsense well, just
about most anything? F'rin
stance THE DIPSY DOODLE'
or something, describes Ruth Sat
terlee, Tri Delt pledge, for the
other night at their hour dance
with the Sig Alphs she looked
meekly up at a tall, handsome
brute, and muttered. "I remember
the dip but not the face."
went to college' or else it's just
1 Surrender Dear' for Sigma Nu
Bill Mowbray as he accompanied
Kappa Jeanne Newell into a third
grade class room at an Ashland
school. Of course, it took many
minutes of persuasion from Jeanne
before "Old Mobe" finally weak
ened. 'ONE IN A
just about fits Pi Phi Mary Kerri
gan as far as Sig Alph Walt Run
din is concerned but then, I guess
the feeling is mutual 'cause Mary
is all 'Smiles.'
'CHERRIES ARE RIPE'
or getting the jump on the first
robin, is the feeling the Alpha Sigs
have for they are among the first
to announce their spring party
which will be held at the Corn
husker Friday, March 8. In the
traditional Hawaiian style dancers
will wear colorful leis and inland
decorations will predominate. Leo
Peiper and his orchestra will play
and a dinner in the Cornhusker
for Alpha Sigs and their guests
will precede dancing.
certainly doesn't fit this jolly day
because society takes the lime
light with dinners, buffet suppers
The Pi Phis will have a date din
ner with all the tritnmings. Among
those present will be, Johnny Ma
son, ATO, with Virginia Clemans;
Sigma Nu Bob Moffett with Nancy
Haycock; and Phi Gam John Curl
with Betty Baker.
The Eetas are treating their
gals to a buffet supper. Some of
the lucky gals are: Jesse Moore,
D. G. with Bob Lichty; Hap Mc
intosh, Theta, with Dean Miller;
and Mary Ann Goff, Kappa Delt
with Neal Withrow.
The Kappa pledges will be host
esses this afternoon at an Informal
tea given for the other sorority
pledges and house mothers.
Not to be outdone are the Phi
Delts who will also entertain their
dates at a buffet supper. Aline
Hosman, Theta will be there with
Bob Gillespie, Louise Bignell, Tri
Delt with Dick Hermann, and
D. G. Beth Merrick with Jack Lee.
LOOKY, THERE GOES
cookie' hum three SAM boys, Bob
Bramson, freshman, Max Prostok,
and Ben Novikoff, sophomores as
Sareva "Cookie" Braverman, S.
D. T. pledge puts in her appear
ance. She keeps them guessing out
we think her favorite is, well you
know, these freshmen will stick
'I THOUGHT ABOUT
whistles D. U. Frank Meyer so
Bea Beghtol. a Stephens lass, is
traveling all the way from Colum
bia, and just for the Prom.
Well, by now everyone should
be in a happy, and gay mood. Are
Ah spring ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Applicants are to meet for per
sonal interviews with the scholar
ship committee in Ellen Smith,
between 1 and 4 p. m" Wednesday
and Thursday, March 27 and 28.
If any applicant is unable to meet
the committee at that time, she
may arrange with Mrs. Arndt, for
a special appointment.
Lincoln branch of the American
Association of University Women,
again will award several scholar
ships of $50 each to deserving
girls in the University. Appli
cants, according to Miss Annetta
Sprung, chairman of the com
mittee, must be of either sopho
more or junior rank, registered
for at least twelve hours of work,
and must be wholly or in part
self-supporting. Candidates must
have a scholastic average of 85
Application blanks may be re
turned to the dean of women be
fore noon of March 9. Applicants
are also required to meet the
association's committee on schol
arship awards in Ellen Smith hall
between 4 and 6 p. m. on either
Thursday or Friday, March 14
Recommendations are also solic
ited, one from a member of the
faculty, another from an Individual
not connected with the Institution.
These are to reach Miss Sprung,
222 Floral Court, Lincoln, not
later than noon,- March 9.
The committee in charge of the
awards this year is composed of
Miss Margaret Fedde, chairman of
the department of home econom
ics; Mrs Ted E. Barger, Mrs. H. J.
Requartte, Mrs. Frank Easterday,
and Miss Sprung.
Serving Students for
Dunlap Optical Co.
120 No. 12th St.
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1M N. 12th St.
1940 S PROM GIRL FINDS SPRING
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... in a tailored brown end white narrow
striped wool dress-coat ensemble at Simon's.
Schiaparelli patch pockets, brown military
braid trimming, and a velvet collar definitely
"date" the coat as high fashion, for Spring
1940. The crisp white pique yoke and bow
of the dress are the bright spot between the
coat lapels. Yvonne "tops" off her outfit with
a brown lacquered straw " Bishop" type sai
lor with a brown mist veil adding the femi
. . . Why not find spring for yourself as
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