The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 24, 1946, Page Page 5, Image 5

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    Sunday, November 24, 1946
Page 5
Another Kosmet Klub Fall Re
vue is over and congrats go to the
frats for all their toil and time
spent in perfecting the skits to
make them such fine entertain
ment. Also congrats to Alpha Tau
Omega for the honors bestowed
upon them and last, but not least,
congrats to the new Nebraska
Sweetheart. Leading the cheers
for the victorious brothers were
Mark Hargrave and Chick Story,
joined in their enthusiasm by their
dates, Joan Farrar and Georgie
More Rumors.
Rumors are flying thick and fast
these days. One has to do with
Betty Lysinger and Lou Reinhard,
who are reportedly apartment
seeking. This means wedding bells
in the near future. Incidentally,
Jim Van Landingham and Roland
Finley also are in the market.
Thanksgiving vacation is being
awaited anxiously by Frannie
Buck and Norma Rakow, who will
be visited at Norma's home over
the holidays by Ben Pickering and
Tom True. Shirts McKenna will
have as her guest in Sioux City,
her pinmate, Bob Heinke.
Enjoying themselves at the Sig
Chi pledge sweetheart party Sat
urday night were Tootsie Campen
and Steve Reed (which is all but
a steady twosome), another fast
becoming familiar couple, Rosalie
Weatherlield and Dwight Hous
man, and Charlotte Dixon es
corted by Bob Wenke.
Jerry Whalen and Ginny Kel
lison are dating each other ex
clusively now and Bill Waldie
will be confining his dates to a
certain Kappa after the holidays.
The correspondence between
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Campbell of Lincoln announced the engage
ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice, to James
Everett Nicola at a luncheon at the University club Saturday. Mr.
Nicola is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle B. Nicola of Norfolk. The
couple will be married Dec 28. Miss Campbell, who will be grad
uated from the university in June, is a member of Alpha Phi and
Phi Chi Theta. Before his graduation from the university, Mr.
Nicola was affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega.
Auction Surplus
House Furniture
In need of a chair or table? Or
perhaps a red leather couch Tues
day night at 7 p.jn., at the Horn-
buckle Auction house at 24th and
O, the Delta Tau Deltas will hold
- a sale of surplus house furnish
ings. Here's a chance for all organized
houses to pick up a few needed
furnishings, or to replace old and
worn ones. In addition to chairs,
tables, and couches, the Delts
have bedsprings, rebuilt mat
tresses, dishes, and rugs to offer
to prospective buyers.
to carry out the program's news
paper theme.
Wearing a white tie and tales
and accompanied by a bodyguard
wearing a tuxedo and a checkered
cap, Sigma Chi Gus Douvjis wps
revealed as Carton Broderick, jr.
before the show. Johnny Cox
and his orchestra, played between
the fraternity skits.
Prince . . .
(Continued from Page I.)
Nebraska Sweetheart announced
and voted upon at the entrance to
the revue were Carmen De Vore,
Mildred McAdams, Connie Cath
cart, Betty Beckner and Regina
Master of ceremonies for the
show was Romulo Soldevilla, uni
versity speech instructor, who
acted in the role of city editor
5:30-7:30 P.M.
Every Sunday
85c per plate
Ronnie Compton, Pianht
Union Dining Room
Free Variety Show
Tallulah Bankhead & John Hodiak
Willi can Bendix &. Canada Lee
Alfred Hitchcock-John Steinbeck Production
3:00 P. M.. SUN., NOVEMBER 24
Union Ballroom
t43Uuty tm&5
Have a wonderful picture
of yourself by one of
America's leading photog
raphers at no more than
the cost of ordinary pic
tures. Special reduced
rates for students.
Our picture! may b uted lor
year book or application.
1227 N Street
What About Palestine?
An All-Campus Forum
Panel Leaders
Dean llenzlik, Paul Bopen, Maurine Kvnen,
Ted Sorenson, A. II. Sabe, Cordon Lippitt
7:30 p. m., Tues., November 26
Union Parlors XYZ
D:na Buckingham and Iowa State
boy, Jack Haa is coming thicker
and faster. The situation began
when Jack met Dina at an hour
dance while here for the week
end to see his alma mater plav.
The Military Ball dates are a
cut and dried affair by now. Sally
Graham will attend with Mickey
Stewart. Norm Williams has
chosen Nancy Howie for his dale.
Order Your
1338 O Street
ill i'ii 1
YouH see her as you come in the familiar glass doors.' Helen can offer
many a gift suggestion in the Women's Accessories Shop ... is a Lincoln
sophomore, in Ag college.
Bob is a veteran at Magee's (that's a pun. son) having worked in several
departments before the war, and is now assistant manager on third floor.
From Lincoln ... a senior in Business Administration.
She's our purveyor of coats, suits, formats, and nice things like that-there.
Marylee will help you in ready-to-wear, third floor. She's from Beloit.
Kansas, and is a senior in Teachers.