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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Sunday, May 4, 1947
resides T'al A,lT'k
! Engineer Week
Eleven undergradute journalism
Women students were pledged to
membership in Theta Sigma Phi,
ueua aisma iuio nus an
The annual exhibition of artnounced the list of "entries for the
work bv children of the Saturday intra-mural sneaking contest to
ciety, early Saturday morning. U,v onens today in Gallery A of
Traditionally new pledges, pre-!Morr,ii Han it two o'clock. The
viously uninformed, are routed Saturday classes are sponsored by
from their beds for a pledging lhe Nebraska Art Association and
breakfast on the morning of Ivy tne Art Department of the univer-
Dav- . Isity.
Girls pledged to the organization!
Were Nadine Anderson, Marian! Pupils of outstanding are abil
Crook, Jean Jensen, Jeanne Ker-iity, of any age, each year are
rigan, Barbara Rowland, Priscilla'awarded scholarships by the Art
Bailey, Genene Jensen, Tottie Fid- Association
dock, Susie Storz, Jean Gass and periods in
for supervised work
the Art Department.
honorary women s Journalism so- morning ai I classes at the Univer-i be held May 6, 8, and 10.
AI.PHO I'HI: Lorene Novotny, snmey
ALPHA TAU OMKdA: IHt'K BurK-
helmer. John WennlrHnil.
ALPHA XI DBLTA: Marilyn Kldam
BKTA SlfJMA P8I: Bill 0-lrich, Charles
Gesh. Alternates: Herb Temme, Willi
HKTA THETA PI: Jitin Peters. Burt
Ilertzler. Alternates: Bill Bwanson, Walt
rill OMEGA: Gladys Jackson, Umiee
M-I "111. , ,
DKLTA DKLTA DELTA: Patricia
Boyrt. Mary CottliiKham.
DKLTA GAMMA: Pat iJilhen, Pat
Hevnen. (Alternate: Mlml Ilahnl.
IIK1.TA TAU PKI.TA: Wynn Westover.
GAMMA PHI BKTA : Rosalie Weather
f te!i . Catherine Ham.
INTERNATIONAL. HOUSE: Patay Ta
kenioto. KAPPA DELTA: Frances White. Bev
erly Anderson. .
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA: Virginia
Thompson. Gloria MrDermott. ...
PALLADIAN LITEKAHY BOCIETY:
Robert L. McKenzle, John W. Luehs.
PHI KAPPA PSI: John Connelly, Dave
PIONEER COOP: Charles Swan. Jess
N SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Paul Har-
'"bIGMA ALPHA MU: Bud Levlnson,
SIGMA CHI: Btan Hathaway, Pewey
I'hee Mortlock, newly elected
president, presided at the pledg
ing ceremonies which were held
in Ellen Smith Hall.
The workshop is directed by Mrs.
Marian Hatten Ellis, assisted by
advanced university students'.
The exhibition will continue for
i two weeks, and is free to the pub-
Officers. I lie. Gallery hours 9 a. m. to 5:30
i p. m. daily Tuesday evenings un
Other officers of the group are til 9:30 p m Sundays 2 to 5 p. m.
niuis oidvi, vice-pi esiuciu; num
Willman, secretary; and Pat Jen
Theta Sigma Phi, founded at
the University o( Washington in
1909, has established more than 40
chapters throughout the United
Members of Lambda chapter
who were initiated last week were:
Mary Lou Blumel, Elizabeth Sas
ter, Marthella Holcomb, Pat Jen
sen, Phee Mortlock, Nell Scott
Mengshol, Ardis Stava, Shirley
Strunk, Elizabeth Stuart, Phyllis
Teagarden and Ruth Willman.
A concert of chamber music
will be presented today at 4 p. m.
Ill Temple Theater when a group
of faculty members and students
(formerly known as the "faculty
Btring quartet") offers the type
of program one usually hears
only in the largest cities.
Presented by the school of fine
arts, the group includes faculty
members Emanuel Wishnow and
Joan Koupal, violin; and Sara
Davis, cello. Student members
are James Price, viola; and
Thomas McManu's, violin. Mr.
Wishnow directs the University
Orchestra and is concertmaster of
the Lincoln Symphony in whfch
Mr. Price is first violinist. Mr.
McManus is a graduate student
The program is made up of
Mozart's "Quartet in mfZ Major,"
known as "The Dissonant" be
cause its harmonies were daring
for Mozart's time, causing a
great deal of controversy, and
French composer Chausson's
"Concerto for Violin, Pinao, and
String Quartet." Ernest Chaus
son was one of Cesar Franck's
most distinguished pupils.
His musical output, including
"Poeme for Violin" and "Sym
phony in B minor," was compara
tively small, but important. Ac
cording to Mr. Wishnow, "This
work is perfectly scored for the
particular ensemble and can ac
curately be estimated as the fin
est work in this medium." Mr,
Vishnow performed the Chaus
Eon number on two occasions
with the famous Gordon String
Climaxing the first Engineers
week held snice 1941 for 1600 en
gineering students was a dinner
dance at Cotner Terrace Friday
Dr. Carl W. Borgman, univer
sity dean of faculty-elect, spoke at
the banquet. j
Friday morning an nll-enf-i-neers
convocation was held at the
Stuart theater at which Harold
Vagtborg, president and director
of the Midwest Research Institute
in Kansas City, spoke on "A
Beaten Path for Beaten Men."
81GMA DELTA TAU: Jackie Gordon.
KIGMA NU: William Lucas, William
Wiseman. (Alternates: Henry Schleuter,
TOWN K CLUB- Lydla Nekurta, Mary
DELTA UP8ILON: Jean Castner, John
Hayes. Gordon Johnson, John Sornnichsen,
Kud Wehrman, Koliert Moody, Milt Meyer,
Hill Grldley, Inn Casper.
ALPHA OMICRON PI:: Lois Banelman.
The Y.W.C.A. will hold its an
nual May Morning Breakfast this
Sunday, May 4th, at the
Union ballroom. The mother
daughter event will start at 9
a. m. and will feature a skit and
group singing besides the break
fast. All freshmen coeds and
their mothers are cordially invited
according to Marcia niocKeu, in,
charge of YW freshman activities.
One of the main features of the
annual event wil be a- response
from the mother of the group.
Preceding the breakfast there
will be worship service for the!
group at 8 a. m. in the faculty
lounge of the Union.
Tickets for the break fasi are
sixty cents and may be purchased
from any YW freshman cabinet
member, at the YW office at Ellen;
Smith hall, or at the booth in the!
Charles Haas was convocatioi.
Starting at 1:30 p. m. Friday
afternoon was the field day in
Pioneer's Park which included a
faculty conference, baseball tour
nament and other athletic events.
Art Stutheig directed the affairs.
Tours of the Engineering cam
pus buildings Thursday nite open
ed the activities. Displays were set
up in Navy hall, Brace lab, Rich
ards lab. Electrical Engineering
lab, Nebraska hall, Avery lab,
East stadium. Memorial hall, and
The engineering departments,
architectural, naval science, elec
trical, mechanical, military, chem
ical, agricultural, and civil, con
ducted experiments and demon
strated the practical applications
of machinery concerning their
Window displays were arranged
by each department in downtown
Hgniiincl Romberg, Orchestra
To Appear Here in Program
Sigmund Romberg and his 52
iece concert orchestra will ap
ear in person Friday night, May
J at 8:30 p. m. in the coliseum.
on his third concert tour of the
Romberg, famous for his musical
compositions, will present a pro
gram of light, contemporary music
that will include many of his own
works. Some of these are "Sweet
heart," "Stout-Hearted Men,"
The Drinking Song" from the
stores. Robert Bevine directed
"Student Prince," "One Kiss,'
"Lover Come Back to Me."
A nntlvA lliinrrnrinn T?iimrrr'
began his career in this country
in 1909 as piano player at $15 per
week in a Hungarian goulash
restaurant in New York City. Aft
er playing for two or three years
in various cafes, he formed his
While playing original music at
Bustanoby's restaurant, he was
heard by a theatrical producer,
who hired him to write the score
for "The Whirl of the World."
No other composer has ever
equaled Romberg's record 2,000
.onus and 80 ihuws to his credit
iume cf his best known show
ue "Blossom Time," "The Desert
Song," "Girl of the Golden West,"
Maytime," "My Maryland." "New
Moon," "The Student Prince," and
his newest, "Up in Central Park."
He is a member of the Ameri
can Society of Composers. Authors
and Publishers, president of the
Song Writers' Protective associa
tion, a charter member of the
Dramatists' Guild, Mason, Ro
tarian, Lamb and Uplifer.
He will be assisted Friday
night by Leonne Hall, Nita Ann
Carol, Gail Manners, Ester Boria
and Gene Marvey.
is MAY 11th
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tor of the Cornhusker, vice presi-.
dent of WAA and a member of
Coed Counselors, AWS Board,
YWCA Cabinet and Delta Gamma.
She was masked by Shirley Hinds
nd Carol Bridenbaugh.
Masked by Joy Hill and Lorene
Novotny, Jeanne Compton Is a
member of the Cornhusker staff,
AWS Board, Student Council and
Pi Beta Phi.
President or Tassels, tiarrieii
Quinn is also a member of YWCA
Cabinet, AUF Advisory Board and
Chi Omega. She was masked by
Mary Claire Phillips, Betty Lou
Horton and Phyllis Teagarden.
Completing the list of new Mor
tar Boards, Elizabeth Curley is
president of AWS, member of the
Cornhusker staff, Student Coun
cil, Student Union Board, YWCA
Cabinet and Alpha Chi Omega.
She was masked by Mimi Ann
Johnson and Marolyn Hartsoock.
Quartet, once with pianist Harry
Kaufman formerly of Curtis
music institute, and again with
Muriel Kerr of Juilliard.
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