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Monday, December 11, 1950
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Yuletide at NU. . .
Candle Lighting .
For Ag Registration
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Registration procedure at Ag
college will swing into full gear
About 1,000 students begin to
day the trek from Dr. Hixson's
office to adviser, back to Dr.
Hixson's office in some cases, and
then to assignment committee on
"As fast as possible" is the way
Dr. Hixson, associate director of
resident instruction, describes the
Aggie system of registration this
The procedure has several
points that differ with systems of
previous years and also with that
system used on the city campus
Hixson advised that each stu
dent see his adviser prior to
Christmas vacation. He added
that students who have received
notice of transfer from junior
division but who have not yet
been assigned a new adviser
should visit his office immedi
ately in Room 206. Ag hall.
The orocedure for all Ag stu-
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HOLIDAY TRIMMINGS Joan LaShelle lights a candle under one
of the green wreaths decorating the Union this week.
Tree Decorations . . .
Campus coeds had a chance to
let their creative urge run wild
Friday night. Dime stores and
novelty shops were invaded by
the fiendish females during the
week in their "Operation Cor
sage." The results were interesting
but weird when on the big night
everything from Christmas greet
ings to live skunks were hoisted
on the unsuspecting males.
Several of these monstrosities
featured that wicked liquid
known as alcohol. One fellow
sported a wooden keg (with
spigot), another a large card
board bottle of whiskey. Hada
col was also used for various
purposes. One of these featured
a healthy, blooming flower with
the notation, "Ah, been sprinkled
Christmas decorations were
the order of the evening for
many. Perhaps the most striking
of these was a complete Santa
Claus suit. Another wore a large
dents except those in the Junior
Division is as follows:
Go to adviser and make out
work sheets, in most cases, three
If scheduled for less than 12
hours or more, than 18 hours, go
to Dr. Hixson's office for an
Go to assignment committee at
the Military Science building on
the following days:
Jan. 4 seniors, 89 hours or
Jan. 5 juniors, 53-88 hours.
Jan. 6 sophomores, 2 7-52
Jan. 8 and 9 freshmen, under
Work sheets will be the means
of admittance to the assignment
committee. Ag college students
do not need assignment numbers.
Junior division students' pro
cedure differs only slightly. Two
copies of the original work sheet
are for the Junior Division and
one for the student. An aditional
copy must be made if the adviser
Junior Division students take
the two Junior Division work
sheets to the office of Dr. Hix
son. They then will be checked
at the door of the Military
Science building during registra
tion so they may be admitted
without a work sheet.
Dr. Hixson stressed that Ag
students do not need assignment
numbers. This differs from city
campus procedure, and is de
signed to facilitate prompt Ag
Final Exam Schedule
laboratory rlS8, mwtl,.r for M-veral .ntin..u. hour on one or . day. -hall meet for examination. '
Cla.se,. meeting on Monday and T.ie.day .hall be examine on the date heduled for h u;, ''"S
meeting. Wedne.day or Thurday rlas.e. on the. second hour of tlielr meeting; rida or Saturdas daises on in intra
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scheduled examination, at another time should he made with the department "';n,'!, ," f,'"r' .momenta
If a student I. sche.luled for an examination which conflicts with a specially scheduled examination In French, arrangements
S p.m. to
2 p.m. to
2 p.m. to
2 p.m. to
9 a.m. to
t p.m. to
or any one or two of these day..
should be marie with the French department to take such French examination at another time.
WEDNESDAY, JAM'ARY 17
. . . m j ... l..n . M'ihI.. Frl.. Ol
.asses meeiing at iu a.m., live i,r mur ,in.,r, . , . . ..... ... .haji Havb
lasses im-etlng at 3 p.m., five or four days, or Mon.. Wed., Jri., or an) one or two ot these daj..
lasses meeting at 4 p.m., five or four days, or Mon.. Wed., Fri., or any one or two of these day..
THI RSI1AY, JANIZARY 18
to 12 noon Classes meeting at 4 p.m. Tue. and Thiirs., or either one of these day.,
to 10 a.m. All sections In Mathematics 11, 1)1, 41, 1119. (Coliseum)
to 1 p.m. All section, hi Mathematics 14. IS, 17, t, 106, 107. (Coliseum)
5 p.m. Classes meeting at 8 a.m., Tues., Thurs., SBt., or any one or two oi .n.se ";
6 p.m.-Classes meeting at I) p.m.. five or four days, or Mon.. Wed., Frl.. or any one or two of these da.
5 p.m. Classes meeting at p.m., Tues., Thurs., or either one of these day"-
8 p.m. Classes meeting at 7 p.m., Mon., Wed., Frl., or any one or two of these das.
8 p.m. Classes meeting at 7 p.m., Tues. and Thurs., or either one ot these etas.
FRIDAY, JAM'ARY 19
13 noon Classes meeting at ft a.m., five or four days, or Mon., Wed., rn., or any one or ... j.
8 p.m. Classes meeting at 1 p.m., Tues., Thurs., or either one of tnese aas.
SATURDAY. JANUARY 20
9 a.m. to 12 noon Classes meeting at 12 noon, five or four days or Mon.
8 a.m. to 111 a.m. All sections in Business Organization 147. (Coliseum)
8 a.m. to 10 a.m. All sections In Education 30, 61, fit. (Coliseum)
10:. SO a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All sections In Psychology 70. (Collnetim)
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All sections in Business Organization 3, 4. (Coliseum)
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Classes meeting at 11 a. mi, five or four days, or Mon., Wed.
MONDAY, JAM'ARY 22
five or four days, or Mon.
Tues., Thurs., Sat., or any
TUESDAY. JANUARY 23
9 a.m. to 12 noon Classes meeting at 1 p.m., five or four days, or Mon., Wed., Fri.. or any one or two of theie days.
2 p.m. to A p.m. All sections In English 2.
2 p.m. to 6 p.m. All sections in English 3, 4.
2 p.m. to 8 p.m. All sections in Electrical Engineering 138, 198, 23fi. 237.
2 p.m. to A p.m. All sections In Economics 118.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24
9 a.m. to 12 noon Classes meeting at 9 a.m., Tues., Thurs., Sat., or any one or two of these day..
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. All sections In English R. I. (Coliseum)
2 p.m. to 8 p.m. All sections !n civil Engineering 219,
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. All sections in Home Economics 191.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28
9 a.m. to 12 noon Classes meeting at 3 p.m., Tues., Thurs., or either one of these days.
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. All Sections in Mechanical Engineering 1.
K a.m. to 10 a.m. All sections In Home Economics 41 and 41.
8 'a.m to 10 a.m. All section. In Ruslnext. Organization 21. (Coliseum)
8 a.m. to 10 a.m. All sections In Business Organization 141. (Coliseum)
8 a.m. to 10 a.m. All sections In French 11 and IS. (Coliseum)
8 a.m to 10 a.m All sections In Spanish 81 and S3. (Coliseum)
11 a,m. to 1 p.m. All sections In Economics II and 12. (CoHseom
2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Classes meeting at 2 p.m., live or four dys or Mon., Wed., Erl.. or any one or two of these days.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20
9 a.m to 12 noon Classes meeting at 11 'a.m.. Tues.. Thurs.. Sat., or any one or two of these days.
p.m. to 8 p.m. Classes meeting at 2 p.m., Tues. and Thurs., or either one of these days.
12 noon Classes meeting at 8 a.m.,
8 p.m. Classes meeting at 10 a.m.
Wed., Fri., or any one or two of these day..
Fri., or any one or two of these day..
Wed.. Fri., or any one or two of these days,
one or two of these days.
panying sign read, "He has birds'
eyes! they flit from limb to limb."
On the lapel of one chesty fel
low was a television set with a
one-inch screen. During the eve
ning he carried a three-foot tele
Potential professions entered
the picture too. One chem ma
jor carried a beaker and compli
cated formula resulting in love.
A forestry student wore several
pine trees with various animals
of the forest running loose in
them. A pinmate told the world
she had hooked her man, but the
Vi-slr- nine in u-.;i I-n Viat0 V it f
Business Firms Req
uest Graduating Seniors
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many corsages are worn. .
As a matter of fact, every
thing imaginable was used to
embellish and embarrass the men
star-shaped hat with multiple.,, the irJs take chargethe
streamers of silver tinsel rope m ht of tne Mortar Boafd Ball
Numerous animals shared the
spot light with their uncomfort
able owners. One date tried to
dance with t turtle bowl on his
head complete with, the turtle.
There were bird cages and fish
bowls, a live skunk (tame, of
course) and elephants (most of
"He's lit up to-nite" was the
sign on the back of the fellow
who carried a kerosene lantern
burning brightly. Even when
the light went off, the words
Another girl expounded the
"habits" of her date when she
presented him with a plastic leg
filled with weeds. The accom-
BABW meeting in Room 309 j
Union, 8 p.m. All board members ;
should be present. ;
Kosmet Klnb workers meeting j
at 5 p.m. in Kosmet Klub room, (
Tuesday . . j
Red Guidon meets on Ag cam-
pus, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday . . i
Iota Sigma Pi dinner meeting
at 5:30 p.m. All members and 1
pledges should be present.
The committee on occupational
placement of the University has
received correspondence from
the business concerns, corpora
tions, industries and institutions
indicating they want graduating
seniors to file letters of applica
tion. Any student interested in the
positions should contact Dean
T. J. Thompson's office for fur-
'The following are business Or
ganizations: Peter Kiewit Sons company,
Garrison Dam, Riverdale, N. D.
The company has a personnel
man vacancy and would like to
hear from interested persons
who have some knowledge of
the construction business. The
personnel man's duties will be
-to interview, screen and engage
workers for the Garrison Dam
The Electric Auto-Lite com
pany, Toledo, O., suggests that
graduating seniors interested in
employment correspond directly
with E. V. Jackson, assistant
The American National Red
Cross, Washington, D.C., wants
young women in their service in
Veterans hospitals program.
There are several existing va
cancies with a salary range of
$251 to $331; age 25 to 45; with
; college degree or equivalent.
Worthington Pump and Ma
i chinery corporation, of Harrison,
'N.J., would like to have 1951
mechanical engineering gradu
ates visit one of its district of
fices. Application blanks are
available in the Administration
Granite City Steel company.
Granite City, 111., are interested
in procuring people with the fol
and then an assignment to a
Civil Aeronautics administra-
tion, Oklahoma City, Okla. Dur
, iing the next few months, a
number of appointments to the
i position of aircraft communica
i tor in Alaska will be made. Com
1 munications experience is desir
able. Entrance salary is $3,875.
i Armour and company, Chi
i cago, would like to have inter-
w nm students write directly to
lowing qualifications: mechanical f. , . nr hranri . co ' a
nnmAnr,. iili.tr," 1 Art IT, n ntc : '
ciigJiiLi, s.iif,itn-s.i Jt
structural engineers, power plant
engineers and locomotive fore
man. As a result of expansion
programs, the company wants to
expand its engineering staffs.
Grad Course Offered
Aetna Life Insurance com
pany, Hartford, Conn., is offer
ing a post graduate course for
administrative dietetic interns.
Applicants must hold a bachelor
of science degree with a major
in foods and nutrition or insti-
est the location where they de
sire work, offering in the letter
a personal statement.
The Goodyear Tire and Rub
ber company, Akron 16, O., has
a number of openings available
for mechanical engineers, chem
ical engineers and chemists in
the following fields: organic re
search, tire design, tire com
pound development, fuel tank
development, rubberized fabric
product development, construc
tional management. A salary of j tion engineers, plant design and
$1,720 is paid during internship, machine design. Men with a few
Acceiudiice aaie is pm o, ana , years industrial experience are
the course starts in June. i preferred.
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- j Campbell Soup company, Chi
lator company, Chicago, is in cago want any students to visit
need of technical engineering j the company if they are inter
graduates to fill openings in ; ested in the Chicago area. The
their sales organization through- j present program calls for gradu
out the midwest region. The plan j ates in the fields of food or in
would include training school I dustrial engineering.
PRIMPIXG FOR SANTA Marilyn Coupe adds the feminine touch
to the big Christmas tree displayed in the Union's main lounge.
A decors tion party of Union workers, also carried the season's
Iherr.c to the twin evergreens on each side of the Union steps.
The trees are colorfully lighted.
Out of the Cold . . .
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SlTfEOLS OF WINTER "Remove your glwcs, light up a cigaret
srvi order a cup of cottee. Tht is one of the favorite winter
rports t the University. After being out in zero winter, mott
wder;ts feel the need for a good hot cup of java. Students may
be feen H sll hours in tte Union or other campus eating ptecat
drltikir.g coffee and oixcussing the latest development.
Angelic Choir Boy . . .
CU3I?T51A$ STIZIT Dtlta Tfcu De:u'f holiday decoTatin of
tP?.nz choir boy and red caiidlet typify the spirit of Christmas
m t chrr.puE. l.i the feftemon nd evenir.g Chriatmas carols
tr.it forth from l"re Dclt decor Mor,. The Christmas tree back
zreruTtA ii tn;, .! v.'ith a lifted rXhr. Tte candles also blaze with
light throughout e evening.
Ji WW I p SAYS: HIKE HAGOWAlT
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j Ttl ''A I -VlFV'A s 1 FNOTOSRAPMS
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YES. . . Compare Chesterfield with the brand you've been
smoking . . . Open a pack . . . smell that milder Chesterfield
aroma. Prove tobaccos that smell milder smoke milder.
Now smoke Chesterfields they do smoke milder,
and they leave NO UNPLEASANT AFTER-TASTE.
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