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Vo!.M7 No. 129
LINCOLN 8, NEBRASKA
Friday, May 2, 1947,
Ivy Somig Festt
Vail, Riley, Rangcler Will
Judge Traditional Contest
Twenty women's and 16 men's
organized groups will vie for top
honors in the traditional Ivy Day
Sing scheduled for Saturday
morning and afternoon.
Judging the Sing will be James
Vail, director of Fremont high
school music; Miss Lucille Riley
of Beatrice high school and Hugh
Rangcler of Lincoln high school.
Competition for the Inter-Sorority
Sing Cup will begin at 10:30
a. m., and men's group singing has
been slated to begin at 1:15 p.m.
Order of Sine.
Women's groups are listed in
the order in which they will ap
pear: Gamma Phi Beta. Dora Lee
Niedenthal, director, "Gamma Phi
Beta Sweetheart"; Alpha Omicron
Pi, Donnie Wageman. "Beautiful
Lady of Alpha O"; Towne Club.
Anna Sorenson, "Pearls of Friend
ship"; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Shirley Lierck, "I Love You
Truly, KKG"; Delta Delta Delta,
Betty Nicodemus, "Deltas Mine";
Alpha Xi Delta, Barbara Vesely,
"Whether Her Hair Be Gold or
Brown"; Alpha Phi, Barbara Jean
Olson, "Two Bright Stars"; Sigma
Delta Tau. Annette Jacobs, "When
Life's Setting Sun"; Terrace Hall,
Rosa May Harney, "Terrace Hall
- Alpha Chi Omega, Peggy Shel
ley, "Toast of Alpha Chi Omega"
Sigma Kappa, Jean Lock, "Sigma
Kappa Loyalty Ode , Chi Omega
Margaret Ann Amend, "A Chi-O
Girl Who Wears a Pin of Pearl'
Residence Halls, Arlene Kostal
"Sweetheart of Raymond Hall"
Howard Hall, Rosa Bouton Hall
and Wilson Hall singing together,
Gladys Kasal. "Smoke Gets In
Your Eyes"; Kappa Alpha Theta
Jo Aekerman, "Would That
Wishes"; Love Memorial, Florence
Armold, "Why Do I Love You;'
International House, Laura Wil
terdink, "It's Sring Again"; Delta
Uamma, Mimi Hahn, "DG Girls"
Carl Hall, Rita Maginn, "In the
Still of the Night"; and Pi Beta
Phi, Marilyn Nelson, "Sweetheart
of the Wine and Blue."
Men's groups will sing in the
following order: Alpha Tau
Omega, K. K. Damon, director,
"Princeton Homecoming Song
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lynn Eller,
"Riff Song"; Sigma Chi, Bill
French, 4'Lost Chord": Farm
House, James Sears, "Comrades
Kappa Sigma, Aubrey Pettit,
"Kappa Sigma Picture Song"; Sig
ma Nu, Bruce Coffman, "Ole
'Ark's A'Moverin' "; Delta Tau
Delta, Robert J. Keller. "Sum
mertime"; Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Bill Poe, "Sweetheart of TKE";
Phi Gamma Delta, Don Brown, "A
Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody";
Phi Delta Theta, Donald Draeger,
"Phi Delta Theta"; Beta Sigma
Psi. Leonard Blinde. "The Bells
of St. Mary"; Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Ken Fletcher. "Onward Sons of
Epsilon"; Delta Upsilon, Robert
Adams, "Come Raise a Glass to
Delta U"; Alpha Gamma Rho,
Noah Engle, "Like a Mighty
Eagle"; Beta Theta Pi, Christy
Taylor, "Loving Cup"; and Phi
Rho Sigma, John Hornberger,
song to be announced.
Each director will be responsible
to see that his group is ready to
sing at the correct time. Judging
will be based on general presen
tation, effect, balance and pitch.
To Be Heard
At Uiii Convo
Dr. Marshall M. Knappen of
Michigan State will speak at a
convocation in the Student Union
ballroom at 11 'a. m. today Dean
C. H. Oldfather will preside over
the convocation, a part of the 34th
annual meeting of the Nebraska
History Teacher's Association.
Dr. Knappen, whose talks on
"The New Aristocrat," will
highlight the convocation, is
at present a professor of his
tory and political science at
Michigan State college. He was a
Rhodes scholar from South Da
kota in 1921, and was at Ox
ford until 1923, and received his
Ph. D. from Cornell university.
Dr. Knappen taught at the Uni
versity of Chicago from 1927
1937. He was head of the depart
ment of history and political
science at Michigan State college
from 1939 until he went into the
army in 1942. In the service, he
attained the rank of lieutenant
colonel and was chief of the reli
gious affairs section and deputy
chief of the education section, of
fice of military government for
May Queen's Court Will
Reign During Ceremonies
By Pat Jensen, News Editor.
All of the pre-war traditions of Ivy Day will be included in
the university's 46th annual celebration when festivities be
gin at 9 a. m. Saturday on the old campus.
To open the full day's schedule, the university band will
play a selected program. The daisy and ivy chains, composed
of junior and senior women, and led by outstanding mem
bers of the two classes, will follow at 9:30.
. Queen Presentation.
To Head AUF
Dr. Knappen is the author of
"Tudor Puritanism" and "Con
stitutional and Legal
History j of
The retiring director of the
All University fund, Mary Claire
Phillips, announces that the new
officers and board for 1947-48
will be as follows: Director, Beth
Norenberg; treasurer. Peggy
Lawrie; head solicitor, Bob Eas
ter; publicity, Norman Leger; and
clerical work, Jo Ann Kellenbar
ger. The board will consist of
Martin Pesek, Harriet Quinn, Joan
Farrar, Marcia Mockett, and one
member from the student council.
Today climaxes the activities
of bngineers' Week. At 11 a.m.
there will be a general convocation
at the Stuart theater for all engi
neers, at which Harold Vagtborg,
president and director ol the Mid
west Research institute, will speak
on "A Beaten Path for Beaten
The annual field day, which in
cludes lunch, a baseball tourna
ment and a faculty conference,
Pioneer's park. If the weather is
unfavorable the field day will be
held in the stadium.
In the evening there will be a
combination banquet-dance at
Cotner Terrace for all engineering
students and their dates. Dr. Carl
W. Borgman, university dean of
faculty-elect, will speak, and Don
Purviance's band will play for
Tickets are $1.20 each and may
be purchased singly. Only 250 will
be sold, and representatives from
each engineering department are
in charge of selling them.
IVY DAY RACING FORM
45th Annual Running
Jockey (or Owner) Odds
Banner Phi-Thri 5-1..
Turquoise Coyote 50-1..
Mock Turtle No rider 3-1 . .
Competition Happiness 5-1..
Shanghai General Grant
Anti-Aircraft M. C 3-1.
T-Zone Wolf Man
Farm Ed No rider
Gendarme No rider .
Gad-About Key 10-1..
Youngster Coyote 3-5..
Stonewall Goddess 1-1.,
Kit No rider 2-1..
Deep Diver No rider
Slander U DG3 ....
. . 3-5.
Todtsie Roll No rider 40-1.
BeeJie Big sis
Arlington ...Happiness 5-1
Lautenschlager- Key 3-1
Chrysanthemum Terrace trio 20-1
Queen Beth Arer 3-5
Mountain Boy Eds 500-1
Sweater Girl Coyote 2-1
B, Red M. C 10-1
First Race: Mask Mile
. . From a strong family and a strong stable.
. . Two strong stablemates, may fade in the stretch. t
. Steady runner, may surprise.
. . Two evenly matched entries from this stable, they
should have one winner.
. This stable always comes thru with one winner.
. . Has been showing consistent power ever since she
was a yearling.
. N. C.
. This stable has shown surprising strength -this year
for a change
. . Stable has a sure winner for the first time in two
. .The stable turns out a-lot of winners: blood line has
produced strong entries in past.
. Favored stablemate may crowd this one out.
. Best entry in a strong stable.
..Has had careful grooming.
.Staole should place, two in winner's circle.
. A little too much to expect two winners from this
. Dark horse.
.lias a record of coming thru in face of heavy oppo
sition. .Stable probably will not change record of no win
ners arain this year wron? n?-ncs
. Stable already has two favored entries that's
.She may pet another masque.
.Schr stark p'crde.
The processional will begin at
9:45, and the 1947 May Queen
and her attendants will be pre
sented. Identity of the Queen,
who was selected at the women's
spring elections, will not be re
vealed until that time.
Fred Stiner, named Ivy Day
orator at the April 1 elections,
will deliver his address at 10 a. m.
Following the oration, the student
who submitted the winning entry
in the poetry contest will read
his poem. Dake Novotny and Don
Chapin, presidents of the junior
and senior classes, will plant the
ivy at 10:25. The inter-soroi ity
sing, scheduled to begin at 10:30
will complete the morning's activities.
Afternoon activities will start
with the 1 o'clock processional,
and the inter-fraternity sing will
follow this ceremony. The band
will play the recessional as the
court leaves at 2:15.
Mortar Boards for 1947-48 will
be masked at 2:30, and next year's
Innocents will be tapped at 3:45.
Innocents, founded in May,
1903, was established as a Corn-
huskcr organization to foster stu
dent spirit. Saturday will mark
the first Ivy Day tapping of 13
Innocents since 1942. Active mem
bers will appear dressed in their
red hoods and robes.
Mortar Boards will choose their
successors by placing a mask over
a junior girl's head.
The court of the May Queen
will be composed of her maid of
honor, two senior, four junior, tvo
sophomore, two freshman al Pend
ants and two pages.
Senior women carrying the i,-v
chain will be dressed in wh'?.
and members of the daisy cha..i
will wear pastel colors.
Robin n. Stables 20-1
"faro Taumen 3-1. .
Sportsman Diamond Stables 25-1..
UuJobn VYlld-rnf Ktahlrs 9-1...
Kosmo Dick Union Mac 8-1...
Folding Money Robin IL Stables 4-1..
council Fire Council Fire Stables 3-1..
franky I.nrrn7n SthtM 13.1
Red Lawn Willard Stables '. 3-1..
Maltest Flash Mr.N&tl st&nl fi-l
?,eYted 1425 Stables '."..WW ..15-1.'..
Holdover Simr sn.i
Whitey Lee Zilch Stables ".!.'.!.!!!!!... 30-1 . . .
a,mt Lorenzo Stables 19-1...
Bon Bon Comwii rir shi. n.i
Andy Taumen '.'.'.'.'.'. '. '.'.'.25-1. '.
slf.d Ilouseboy 8-1...
Buffie Diamond SM, 9ft. 1
Johns towne Clondr Riir. k,t,i11 i':"
0.mmJ, Bloody Bill's Stables 35-1...
Knit vJ0T ilard Stab,es S-1-'
Kosmo Van 1425 Kiafci i i
Mountain Boy Community Stables.'!!!!!!!!!! 8-1..'.
.May be overshadowed by stablemates.
.Has been gcM!m ready for this race for three years.
.Definitely not h's distance; wrong race.
Should place unless scratched.
. May share honors with stablemate here as well as
The Hood Memorial)
not a distance runner
hard runner prospects excellent
.not in shape for a hard run
.trained hard has had little publicity
.looks better and better
.looks like a good bet
.has LOTS of support
.but maybe 13 is his lucky number
.has been pointing for this race
: eager to go
.looks good, but might have a tougb time
.spasmodic may feel bis oats
in fast company
.excellent stretch horse
.could pull through
.could make it if he works hard
.watch this one
.dark horse who knows
. stablemate much stronger
.will be pushed hard
.he'll be up early
it's a long mile and an eighth for this entry
.out to win
Dean Charles E. McAllister of
Spokane, Wash., on campus tor
two days as part of an investiga
tion of public colleges and uni
versities, Draised Wednesday tac
supported schools for "constant
development of the resources of
the states they serve.'
President of the national as
sociation of Governing Boards of
State Universities and Allied In
stitutions, the Very Rev. M A1'';
ter is dean of an Episcopal ca
thedral in Spokane.
In his visits to 63 univcr ;'ies
in the United States, the riein
observed that 95 percent of the
institutions visited have po '0"
munistic or subversive tc '- r
student organizations, and thnt
there is an increasing turn toward
non-sectarian courses in relision.
"Tax supported universities and
colleges are making the largest
contribution to our national econ
omy and public welfare of any
single group in the United States,"
Dean McAllister said. He con
tinued that he has found the uni
versities developing resources and
improving community standards.
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