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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1950)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1950
Student Health Center Provides Expert Medical Care
Students with anything from
sprained toes to acute pneumonia
cases are taken care of a$ or thru
the Student Health center.
As the name denotes, Student
Health operates under the Uni
versity regulations and gives ex
pert medical care to students
whenever it is needed.
A staff of competent doctors
and nurses, under the direction of
Dr. Samuel F. Fuenning, are on
hand at all times to serve you, as
a University student.
ALL THAT NEED be presented
when you apply for care at the
Student Health center is your
identification card. Complete con
fidential records are kept of all
cases entered at the center.
When special care such as ma
jor surgical care is needed, stu
dents are transferred from Stud
ent Health to a Lincoln! hospital.
These students are put under the
care of local doctors of their
Student Health center is lo
cated in a temporary building on
the mall across from Teachers'
College high school. The two-
story frame structure includes a
reception room, nurses station,
record room, four doctor's offices,
treatment room, nurses utility
room, x-ray department and
several other rooms, on first floor.
Second floor includes the hospital
bedrooms, some double and some
MANY STUDENTS actually en
joy their stays at Student Health,
the individual care and attention
given all patients.
The Student Health Center is
very good insurance against wide- j
spread disease. It runs on a prin-'
ciple that good
You pay for your Student
Health care when you pay your
registration fees. This takes care
of the doctor's fee and most in
cidental supplies. Such items as
medicine, room and board while
in the infirmary and x-rays are
billed at cost.
Medical attention is available
at Student Health center 24 hours
a day, seven days a week.
You can always tell a senior by
his cap and gown,
You can always tea a junior by
the Way he struts around,
You can always tell a sopho
more by his wisdom, wit and such,
You can always tell a ireshman,
but you can't tell him much.
fill up at
CAMPUS CORRECT CLOTHES
L Mil il Mi "JSlLXCrl . i
Yes, you'll be campus
correct in student-styled
clothes from Simon's . . .
so make your first stop
at Simon's and let our
College Board help you
select the right clothes
for "fun and functions.
Simon's College Board,
composed of both un
affiliated and affiliated
students and headed by
Halcyon Coble and
Frank Piccolo, are pres
ent in our store express
ly to assist students and
advise them of the new
est in campus apparel
So remember. . .Simon
is the place to stop and
shop for clothes with the
correct college angle.
Your Social Calendar at Ne
braska will be full almost from
the minute you set foot on the
From your first initiation to
campus dances at the Frosh Hop,
early in September, to the last
spring formal you can be sure of
having a "gay social whirl."
Let's take a look at the campus
social events ...
The Frosh Hop, is sponsored an
nually by members of the Inno
cents society. This informal event
is held in the Student Union ball
room, and members of the Inno
cents society decorate the room
with emblems of campus activi
ties and organizations. Informa
tion is also available concerning
m m v
Having the honor of introduc
ing the first campus queen or
the year, "Helo Girl," are the in
dependent students at their an-
nnal Hello Girl dance.
Sponsored by BABW, the stu
dents vote for their favorite can
didate as they enter the dance.
STUDENT UNION dances . . .
some informal coke dances, other
requiring suits and date dresses
. . . are held- throughout the year,
usually on Friday nights. Usually
no admittance is charged and a lo
cal band or orchestra supplies the
It's the first big formal of the
year . . . it's the time to plan your
evening's entertainment and get
your date at least three weeks to a
month ahead of time . . . It's the
Held in Coliseum, you will wit
ness the presentation of the Hon
orary Commondant and a grand
march of all University military
student officers and their dates.
The big evening usually in
cludes date dinners at one of the
nicer Lincoln restaurants followed
by the dance.
You'll attend your first big Uni
versity dance when you join the
crowd and attend the IIomecomr
ing dance in the Coliseum. Held
in November before formal sea
son .gets in swing, you and your
date will dress in suits and date
dresses. You'll dance to a big
name band, along with students
and alumni of the University, and
you'll witness the crowning of the
1951 Pep Queen. This dance is
sponsored by the Corn Cob and
Finally comes turn-about time
with the advent of the Mortar
Board Ball, one week following
the Military Ball. This is the op
portune time for you fellows to
play hard to get, or for you gals
to dream up some crazy corsage
for your date. As a coed you will
call for your date, present him
with the traditional crazy corsage,
pay for his ticket to the dance,
and maybe even treat him to a
Along in the spring, upperclass-
men take the spotlight with the
Junior-Senior prom. Don't be al
armed if you're a frosh. Only
junior and senior" in name, all
students are welcome to attend.
It's semi-formal, so students ar
rive in either tuxes and formals
or suits and date dresses.
Don t forget the numerous dan
ces held at Ag campus during the
year. In the fall Ag students
host the campus at the Cotton and
Denim dance . . . later thev hold
the Junior Ak-Sar-Ben ball ...
in the spring they hold the Farm
ers FormaL The bieeest evpnt.
Farmers Formal, features the an
nouncement of the Goddess of Ag
riculture. It is the climax nf th
biggest event on campus during
the year Farmers Fair.
But don't think that danrM arm
the only social events on the Ne
mere are coke daiM. mfM
dates, movie dates . . . von ran
take your date to the new Hav-
loft Theatre showing popular
stage plays with local and Broad
way talent . . . there are the hour
dances and tea dances at the sor- .
ority and fraternity houses . . . .
you can try your hand at bowline
di one oi the Lincoln bowling
alleys . . . and you can nicnie nr
swim during the early fall and
Yes, it s a eav social whirl, an1
U yours .for the asking. -
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