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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thursday, April 24, 1952
Tvjelve Prom lling, Queer
Pisiialisfs Chosen Tuesday
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PROM KING AND QUEEN FINALISTS . . . From among the
above 12 candidates for King and Queen of the Jr.-Sf. Prom will
be chosen the reigning pair. The finalists are: (clockwise from
center top). Brace Hendrickson, Jean London. George Wilcox, Pat
O'Brien, Gene Robinson, Darlene McQniston. Jack Cohen, Mildred
leakier, Con Woolwine, Jackie Sorenson, Don Winklemann, and
Marilyn Peterson. '
KK's Gershwin Musical
Sparked By Fine Acting
Twelve Jr.-Sr. Prom King and
Queen finalists were selected
Tuesday night from a group of 54
Jean Loudon. Mildred Yeakley,
Darlene McQuiston, Pat O'Brien,
Marilyn Peterson and Jackie Sor
ensori will vie for Queen honors.
Finalists for Prom King are
Jack Cohen, Don Winklemann,
Bruce Hendrickson, Gene Robin
son, Con Woolwine, and George
Those attending the dance
May 3 will select the royalty
through the nse of an electric
Jean Loudon, president of AWS
and a Union committee chairman,
was submitted by Delta Tau Delta.
She is a member of Alpha Chi
Omega and is a junior in Teachers
Mildred Yeakley, a Junior inj
Teachers college, is a member of j
Delta uamma ana waa. fni
Gamma Delta chose her as their
Submitted bv Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon. Darlene McQuiston of Delta
Delta Delta is fashion editor forj
j The Daily eoraskan. bne is aiso
S a junior in Teachers college.
Pat O Bnen. a member of iigma
Kappa and senior class council j
was entered by Beta Sigma Psi.
She is a senior in the College of
Marilyn Peterson of Kappa
, candidacy by Beta Theta PL En
rolled in leacners college, sne is a
Mortar BnarH and nssnoiato Hi.
enson represents Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon's entry. A senior m Arts and,
Sciences, she is ROTC Honorary !
April 24-26. 1952
jMatzlce Wins $2,100
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Gerald Matzke, senior in Arts
rnllpee. has been
named winner of a $2,100 Root-1
, iku knit-eViin trt thp New I
York university school of law. t
According to an announcement
by Dean R .D. Miles of the N U J
law school. Matzke won the,
scholarship after successful vcom
rwtitinn affainst four other e-
braska candidates and six candi
Hatps from the other states in the
'eighth Federal judicial district.
Twenty students receive me
scholarship each year two from
each of the ten federal judicial,
circuits. The scholarships are
awarded to trained lawyers who
are qualified for public leader
ship. Candidates are judged on
scholarship, extracuniculer nc
tivities, and potential capacity
for unselfish public leadership,
by committees of jurists and
The twenty Root-Tilden schol
ars will receive $2,100 annually World Affairs, and a former mera-
for three years if they maintain ber 0I the publications board,
high scholarship at NYU. iciety and is vice-president of Kos-
Matzke is a member of Phi met Klub, treasurer of the Ne
Gamma Delta and Innocents so- braska University Council on
met Klub, treasurer of the Ne- World Affairs, and a former mem
braska University Council on ber of the publications board.
Gomon Completes Army Tests,
Wins West Point Appointment
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Hours of tedious preparation West
and testing finally paid off with
Point .mentaj .aptitude
In addition to the mental tests
Student Directory Mass Meet
By DICK MILLER
you don t liKe uersnwin,
don't see the Kosmet Klub show,
But if the music of that great
composer, combined with a bright
and colorful production, is what
you are looking for, by all means
Despite the unnecessary length
of the production, (three hours
and fifteen minutes is a long time
to sit in one place), the show has
a color and style that make it a
To take the production 5 .em by
Item: the rets were excellent.
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keeping the mood as weii as .the anKn aGnfldmmamember of bcheduleci I hursaay evening
locale of the story w-ell m view rP? .appa oamma. (
anrt aHHinff a humor all their own J Jack Cohen was chosen by, a Siint Directorv mass meet-me on the directory are mvited.
Partii-iilarlxr Prvrwl I fplt, tra the
Sigma Delta Tau for Prom King in hlllvi fnr 7 n m Thursday Plans for the year will be
Mexican setting, and the opening candidacy. He is a senior in the Ln Room 316 union, wUl acquaint
States Mihtary Academy at esva rigorous physical aptitude test
Point for Charles Gomon, Uni- is required. Even with good rat-
vprsitv soDhomore in arts and ings m Dom oi xnese xests ap
musical-comedy Arizona CoUeg of Admilis- mterested students' with spring,
all the way through.
Mimi DuTcau and Nick Amos
showed a great deal of talent
and charm throughout the eve
ning. At times it was difficult
ea hear Miss DuTeau, but she
was pleasant to look at and her
acting was quite competent.
Xick Amos was completely con
vincing as the Eastern boy sent
West, and his voice was, it
seemed to rcic, just about right
for Gershwin. His performance
was satisfying in every way.
Daily Kebraskan. Innocents mem- summer and faI1 Plans for ltan
ik i aim aiuximeu wjui cia reia ft
Submitted by Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Don Winklemann is
treasurer of Kappa Sigma and a
junior in the College of Business
Bruce Hendrickson, Phi Kappa
Psi. is treasurer of NuMed and a
member of Gamma Delta. His is a
senior in Arts and Sciences and
was entered by Alpha Chi Omega.
Love Memorial hall elected Gene
Robinson, Farm House and a sen-.
All students interested in work-
Seniors must place their or
ders for graduation announce
ments before May 1, Joe Gif
ford, senior class president, has
announced. Orders may be left
at the Nebraska book store or
Co-op book store.
presented at the meeting by as
sistant section heads. New ad
ditions to the directory will also
be announced to the group.'
After presentation of fall plans,
workers will be given opportunity
to sign up for their committee
preference. Presenting plans will
be Ting Lilly, business and edit
ing; Diane Hinman, faculty:
Norma Lothrop, student lists and
proofreading and Jan Jaeo, or
ganizations and residences.
Directory business manager,
Terry Barnes, will discuss the
ad selliwr and sales part of the
campaign. Jack Gillespie is as- 1
i sisuni id cuarge oi saies.
g r e s s
preparation for reputedly
Hayloft Theater Management
Marilyn Lehr was bright and ior in As colleee. for its randidat
shiny as a new brass bar-rail, and Past president of Corn Cobs, Rob
ber performance kept up that im- inson is a member of Innocents
pression ail evening. Her singing and As Exec board.
of some of the show's best num- Con Woolwine of Phi Gamma V I f nl I" C :
Kenneth Meistoger, junior m bers was litt!e short cf terrific, Delta was submitted hv TVHa IIflrlllHS f IrJilh rOr J U fTl 11101
Business Administration college, 'especially in ir.e oeep oiue uum- iena uena. A senior m the Col- .
was named president of Alpha ber, "Sam and Delilah." Proviri- lege of Business Administration,! The management of the Hay
Kacoa Psi. national business ad-:S. with Miss Lehr. the comedy j he is a member of XUCWA and loft summer theater has denied
ministration professional fratern- or tne evening, was nans oion. ice university symphony. any plans involving formation of
He succeeds Wilbom White- J"-7 airiusm performance as
as the gambler.
Tnr r the company by eight University
ternalional house. A member of lstuents-
is-appa toigma, Miicox is vice tn fho theater man-
Vance Baker, soohomore in was also ood' and Proved as ; president of Student Councfl, Kos-i
Business Administration, wa si5w went on
elected vice-president, and Frank Dick Marrs was credibly fero
Wells, Business Administration jcious as the bad-man and Marvin
sophomore was named secretary. 5 Stromer was very good in his
Roger Noble and Pat Allen, both first-act speeches about the "dear
juniors in Business Administration old West." Pat Loder, wh o ran
were elected treasurer and mas-,through in the second act, was
tcr of the ritual, respectively. also amusing.
The new officers will be in-! The dances, created for the
stalled at the installation banquet production by Jack Moore, were
entered in uie JJeita tigma Kno
'extemporaneous speaking con-
had not been contacted on the according to Donald Olson,
plcant must pass a thorough medi
cal exam to be accepted.
Gomon spent three days at Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., completing
the tests and talking to army per-
sonnel from West Point.
"The biggest thing I noticed
about the tests," Gomon said "is
that they are done on a com
pletely impersonal basis."
Personality did not enter into
the testing in any way, he said
but .srecial .Interviews .later
were used to evaluate person
ality qualifications of the men.
Cadets graduate with a B. S.
degree in civil engineering Gomon
will enter West Point as a fresh
man and continue through a faur
Classes begin July 1 and run all
year round. Cadets get no vaca
tions their first year. The last
three years they are allowed a
month's vacation in the summer
Sand about two weeks at Christ
mas. These are the only vacations
repre- long enough for cadets to come
next Wednesday. Clifford Spang
ler, past national president cf;
Alpha Kappa Psi, will speak at.
for the most part excellent, al
though at times a little too long.
The dance accompaniment tc
"Sam and Delilah" was excel
lent and Miss DnTcau's sold
numbfr in act two was delight
fuL Despite some roughness and the
excessive length of the proouc-
The annual spring conference of .tion. the cast, the crew, the di-
Xnter-Varsity Christian Fellow- rector Max Whattaker, and of is.-0 Sign Off
shin will be held st Camp Brew- course, the Kosmet KJuo, snouic
Lindell To Address
director of debate.
TheT are the folio win ft
David Andrews, theater man- Dennis Mitchem and Marlin
ager, said that "no decision has Bree, Theta Xi; Jack Paap and
been made on the professional Frank Chapman, Phi Gamma
company which will occupv the Delta; Janet Steffen, Gamma Phi
Hayloft theater this summer." iBeta; Don Searcy and Don Mat-
made In tox, Acacia.
, . . - appinpnT no neimue Diiins ume nuiiuuiiivuicm aa
-L"""?,S.ir,a.lMn - k- The Daily Nebraskan Tuesday Don Overholt and Don Winkel
X ' "IJLT "i j;i"?L"-i at eight
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judges chose the royal candi
dates after Tuesday interviews.
On The Air
f.t os ror dial
Ivy Chain Rehearsal
Ivy and Daisy chain mem
bers are to meet at S pm.
Thursday in Union parlors
XYZ. This will be the final re
hearsal before Ivy Day.
E-Week Schedule -
Open house Z to 6 p.m.; 7
to 10 p.m.
Convocation 11 a.nL, Stuart
Field day afternoon.
Exhibits open at 2 p.m.
Dinner 6 p.m. at lincola
and man and Allan Garf inkle, Sigma f I . . T
the Alpha Mu; Tom Larson and Noel UniQUQ rlDQ
mersRasrnussen. Sigma Aloha Epsilon.l I
3:15 "Big 7 Sports Scope"
3:3 -Radio Workshop Players
3:15 Ag Notes"
4:to 'Something for the Girls'
4:15 "Holiday Inn"
4:30 -Four Top Ten"
students, Pat Loder, mann. Kappa Sigma; Mary Wor-
Marian Uhe, Marjorie Miller, rail and Lee-EUen Creasman,
Diane Downing, Wes Jensby, Kappa Alpha Theta; Garry Fell-
Harry Stiver, Les Mathias and
Hank Gibson, would form
company for Hayloft summers Rasmussen, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
theater. Andrews said that any j. Martha Picard and Carol Wright,
plans involving formation of a'A'pha Xi Delta: Donna Tinkham
nw romnsr.v -vould be an- and Jovce Kuehle. Love Memorial
nounced in The Lilly Kebraskan.hall; Harlan Wiederspan and Ron! .A Kay woo die "Streamliner"
I Smaha, Beta Theta Pi; Beth Roh- P'P is oemg otfered as prize in
Tassel Applications Due Saturday Noonfe RmaTy AirjOS- Chiu"rSy,or men studeRt5 at
rTeiuninary r a n a s, wun in a unique xype contest, the
speeches lasting 5 to 7 minutes, men competing will have nothing
will be held in the Temple additional to do in order to win
building Thursday evening. En- lithe new design, finger-thin pipe.
tranU drew topics WedraVsday Prizes will be awarded on the
afternoon. basis of campus accomplishments
Semi-finalists will compete and winners will be picked by
The Daily Nebraskan business
At Unions On City Or Ag Campuses
Applications for Tassels must Ag barbs at large. Candidates
te filed before Saturday noon atj from organixed bouses are
either city or Ag Unions. elected by their respective
Tassels, women's pep organiza- "
won, wia Me .u uiu T 7 Tuesday evening, and final com
iif: a pro-iEnaineers Needed-K MTSueSpT1 te Thursday. May . TTV"i
oi; b - T w j. ,, mr v T-r. A .liHio vHnnlntf hn.io. will t nr-" y.uuijjount
braska and South Dakota win be 1 1 C nmmam Cf a LtZZZZ kv.:!..; '""J 1 T "Z" campus recoros in either scholar-
w? rvUllltlllU wIlUII .ai'iuAxtia iian uwirc (iujci u loiun, u wiu-scuicu a gdvci jnu ue wuuuDg snip, athletics or activities.
. filed. ihuskers and dance tickets, set no :n nu- ,
The Tassel organisation Is cards for the football card sec- si3ver loving p. be notified and an ariourc-ment
composed of one or two women .twn usher at campus events and Judges are debaw coaches will be made in the April 3 o" issue
from each orranizea house, 14 work with Corn Cobs on Home- members of the varsity debate of The Daily Kebraskln Ad ver
barb w omen at large and six coming. "squad. I Using
represented. 1rtrrt CLiU Tn AHenrl
Kpt sDeaker for the conierenoei'"
Is Paul Lindell. home secretary of gox Supper At iVeseyan
Wnri HI Mi tscinm Praver League J
Cosmopolitan club members will.
the World Missions Prayer League.
Anna Mary Williams, regional
staff representative of IVCF, will
lead discussions. j
Bible studies and recreational
opportunities will be other con-;
Persons interested 5a attending
may contact Warren Jones, men's
4orm, 2-7651. or Bert Akeson. 359
North 271h street, 2-5297. Confer
ence costs are $4.
The regular IVCF meeting will
be held Thursday at 0 pjn.
Union, Eoosa 315. Miss WiUia.ms
yriH fee guest speaker.
Students To Join
Aloha Kappa Delta
Twearar-cae roaoenis too twe
' completed 12 touts cx sccaojgj
-wiih t feast a 6- average willl be
( jauUial3U ikHUU XU-jii- X54Syim
TU - " m1ju4iu1 tnmvirrK fbf !
Z'fiae sociology honorary are: Grace
: Earh, Marilyn Mae Eergh, Janice
- Carter, Harry Dick, Nancy Fanas-j
worih, Cecil Green, John Hunni-
catt, Syria Krasne. Barbara Las-:
m., William Mdtou&aai, Jo Ann
-ltll.sfisv Earmond Prke. Bar-;
" t irt ' Ilf isetke, Ds maris Eid-delL'
Francs Eobinson, Caroline Roth
s.wiirfr, Joan Savage, Jerald
S"r.?2s, Loda Lee Smiin. Ekhard
Videbeti and Lois ZabeL
be ruests of the International Re
lations club at WesJeyan univer
sity for a box snipper Saturday
Women attending will furnish
box suppers to be auctioned off
to the men. A special program of I
.(Since numbers will follow the 6
The meeting xciU be held in
The United States, world's
greatest technological civilization.'
is running short of engineers.
Engineering students used to
spend their last spring in college
like any other senior; looking for
Jobs. Times have changed. Today
industry competes for their serv
ices. Most engineering graduates
have at Seats a half a dozen offers,
with an average starting salary of
$350 a month.
28,OW engineers will graduate
this June. Twice that number
would not fill industry's demand.
J. Panl Sited) Sviicbed lo WildVool Cream-OH
Beeatitt Be nanled Tbe Rnger-Xii! Test
To Meet Students
,2Ztz.ZezAt interested in meeting
Amerkan Friends Service Conv
, rnittee tbould contact Bulls Ehinn,
"at the cairpu YCA iiice.
1i'tl Garnet Guild cf fix Dei
"Uclns regional effic will t- at
the University Tuesday and Wed
nesf.?y to interriew students in-
'..lereaiei la jobs fcr this or next
taJtirg with foreign students run?
to t'.'rrr..i'j.il sen?xnars. students
vorki- la infUUilyxsl servx-e
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f:i: refXTMitories, an.d
IV.ise L-.trerled in industrial pro
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