The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 09, 1952, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Tuesday, December 9, 1952
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Coeds Planning Entertainment
For Turn-About Friday Night
With the Military Ball of 1952
t tiling of the past and multi-col
ored corsages drying on bulletin
boards all over campus, it is per
haps permissible to wonder what
is in store for the man who laid
out the money for last Friday eve
A quick check has revealed that
most of the girls are taking the
turn-about angle to heart and
have planned to take their dates
out to dinner.
Most of the men, according to
reports, will not be required to
NU Debaters
Attend Wayne
Four university debate teams
attended an Invitational Debate
Conference at Wayne State Teach
ers College Dec. 5 and 6.
Representing the University
were teams composed of Dave
Gradwohl and Kenneth Phill
briek; Reed Belden and Marvin
Friedman; Jack Rogers and Paul
Laase; and Charles Klasek and
Paul Means.
Gradwohl and Phillbrick were
one of five undefeated teams after
four rounds of debate. ....
Belden and Friedman won three
and lost one debate, Rogers and
Laase won two out of the four and
Klasek and Means equaled them
winning two and losing two.
Rogers won a superior rating
tn extemporaneous speaking and
Laase received a superior rating
in discussion.
Rogers and Laase will partici
pate in an audience debate at
Missouri -University Thursday
night Dec 11. The debate is one
of a series of programs sponsored
by the Athenian Society at the
University o Missouri.
The debate question is Re
solved: That Congress should en
act a compulsory fair employ
ment tice law.
Donald P. Kline, assistant pro
fessor of speech and dramatic art,
will accompany them.
t wear corsages. Perhaps the itfe
of walking into a restaurant
carrying a live skunk or wear
ing a Santa Claus suit does not
appeal to the average college
The 'only formal function of Frl
day evening is the Pi Beta Phi
Christmas formal which will be
held at the house. The event,
sponsored by the pledges will fol
low dinner at the Lincoln Hotel.
The rest of the planned gather
ings seem to be informal.
The members of Kappa Delta
have planned their own "Motor
Board Ball" for Friday night.
The coeds will take their dates
to dinner at The Steak House
and then migrate to King's.
About 30 couples are scheduled
to attend the event. These men
will be wearing corsages. An
Eligible Bachelor will be elect
ed from among the men attend
ing. Most of the males who provid
ed flowers and steaks last Friday
will be eating steak at the ex
pense of their dates. The Delta
Gamma's have rented the base
ment of the Italian Village and
will gather there on Friday night.
Some members of Delta Delta
Delta will also appear at the Vil
lage. The rest of the members
have not disclosed the fate of their
dates for the evening.
Capt. Bouldin Wins
2nd Bronze Star
University staff member, Capt.
Frederick R. Bouldin, received his
second citation for outstanding
combat service in Korea at a brief
ceremony Friday afternoon on the
The citation, First Oak Leaf
Cluster for the Bronze Star medal,
was presented by Col. James H.
Workman, professor of military!
science and tactics, and witnessed;
by senior ROTC cadets.
Captain Bouldin was awarded
the Bronze Star in Korea. He
joined the University staff three
months ago as an assistant pro
fessor, instructing in infantry tac
tics and weapons.
In Korea Captain Bouldin was
Commander of Company I, 32nd
Infantry. I
Reports have not revealed
plans for any picnics or swim
ming parties, but there may be
plenty of scheming females who
are not telling what is in the
wind for Friday.
Lone Oak will have 'delegations
from Gamma Phi Beta andJCappa
Kappa Gamma in attendance.
After dinner and dancing, some
of the members of the party plan
to follow the dinner with dancing
at King's.
Although it is impossible to
poll every coed who attended
the Military Ball, there does
not seem to be any strong ob
jection to the turn-about idea.
Phones have been kept busy
calling for reservations. Paths
have been worn from room to
room to arrange foursomes to
fit transportation plans. And
the number one question among
the coeds seems to be, "What
are you going to wear?" The
universal answer, as usual, "I
don't know; what are you going
to wear?"
Come Friday night the women
will be standing in lobbies glaring
at their watches and drumming
their fingers while the men keep
them waiting.- the privilege to
which tradition entitles them.
Bridge Party
Scheduled By
Ag Committee
The Ag Union will sponsor s
bridge party Wednesday evening
The party is scheduled for 7
p.m. in the Ag Union lounge.
Sponsoring committee for the
party is the general entertain
ment committee. Chairman is
Evelyn Lauritzen and sponsor is
Don Lees.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winner of the party and re
freshments will be served by
the Union.
The pinochle tournament also
under the direction of this com
mittee will begin Det. 17.
Lees said that the tournament
would be completed before the
Christmas holidays.
Coffee Honors
Home Ec Seniors
National Math Group To Hold
Lnristmas meeting in uncom
More than 100 senior and grad
uate home economics students
were honored at a coffee hour
Saturday at the Residence Halls
forWomen. I Xhe National Council of Teach-
The coffee hour is an annual ers of Mathematics will hold their
occasion sponsored by the home 13th Christmas meeting- at the
economics faculty. lHntpl TJn(.0in. Deo. 29. 30. and 31.
No previous meetings have been
Mrs. Ruth Ganshorn, instructor
in food and nutrition, was in
charge of the affair. She was as
sisted in serving by five junior
home economics majors.
The five girls were Stephanie
Allen, Marilyn Erwin, Connie
Clark, Marlene Tiller and Marilyn
Sehnert. 1
Mrs. R. G. Gustavson poured
coffee, and Mrs. W. V. Lambert
poured the hot chocolate.
Tuesday Ag Y's Meeting To Feature
Panel Discussion By Foreign Students
A canel discussion will be fea
tured at the combined YW and
YMCA meeting Tuesday evening.
The meeting is scheduled for
the Home Economics Building par
lor starting at 7:15 p.m.
The panel, which will discuss
"How the United States Can Best
Aid Under Develbped Areas," is
composed of Burbank Christian
son, a graduate student from Can
ada: Slam Yankosammy, a gradu
ate student from British Guania
and Ciro Bright, a senior from
Liberia. i
Sam Gibson, YMCA executive,!
will introduce the panel. I
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(See Our Samples)
Goldenrod Stationery Store
215 North 14th Street
Candlelight Coffee Hour
Set To Follow 'Messiah'
The traditional Christmas can
dlelight coffee hour will be held
in the Union lounge following the
annual presentation of the "MeS'
siah" of Handel on Sunday after
The Union Hospitality Commit
iheld in Nebraska.
Besides Nebraska leaders who
JwilL participate in the program,
pen ana women irom 21 otner
states and the District of Colum
bia will present papers and take
part in discussions.
The convention theme is
"Mathematics Appropriate for
Students Today." Milton VV.
Beckmann, supervisor of math
ematics in Teachers Collegge, is
general chairman. , ,
John R. -Mayor, president of
NCTM, said in a letter to mem
bers and teachers, "We are con
fident that those teachers of math-
lematics and school administrators
who can be present will find the
various sessions planned having
sponsoring the traditional event.
tee, Diane Hinman. chairman, isjmany practical suggestions for the
improvement of mathematics in
struction at all levels, valuable
analysis of curriculm problems
in mathematics and real inspira
tion from -ociation with other
teachers of similar problems and
In one morning session, Dec. 30,
the high school section will meet,
discussing "What Mathematics
Should be Required of High
School Graduates?" Two partic
ipants in the discussion are Harry
W. Charlesworth, Denver, a past
president of the NCTM and Galen
Saylor of the University.
Following will be a college
and teacher education section,
sponsored by the Arkansas
Council of Teachers of Mathe
matics. Dec. 30, afternoon ses
sions will Inc'.ude the small high
school section. Chairman is L.
Rf. Larsen of Kearney.
Beckmann, the general chair
man, will preside over a Danquei
the evening of Dec. 30. Roy M
Green, Dean of the College of En
gineering and Architecture of the
university will speak on "Student
Guidance and Mathematics."
Two other college sections' are
on agenda for Tuesday after
noon and Wednesday morning.
Presiding will be Adrien L. Hess
of Montana State College and
Orlando C. Krelder of Iowa
State College.
Committee members include
Beckmann, program committee
and coordinating committee; Dr.
Winona Perry, general secretary
and coordinating committee;
Henry M. Cox, general treasurer
and coordinating committee. Also
on this committee from Lincoln
are Dr. Edwin Halfar, Dr. Calvin
Reed, and Eloise Pool of the Uni
versity Extension Division.
On the publicity committee is
Dr. Gunther Panlien of the Uni
versity Extension Division. Donald
Hofman, a student at the Uni
versity, is on the committee for
Film, Filmstrips and Equipment.
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Thieves Steal
From Union
- An estimated $30 worth of
Christmas decorations was taken
from the front of the Union some
time between Saturday afternoon
and Sunday night Union officials
told the Daily Nebraskan Mon
Six strings of Christmas tree
lights three on each of the two
trees in front of the Union parts
of an extension cord and Santa
Claus faces which were placed
over lights were listed as stolen.
Duane Lake, Director of the
Union, said that the lights alone
were worth almost $18. There is
no insurance on any of the stolen
articles. -
Lake explained that the ex
tension cords were strung through
gratings Into basement windows.
The thieves, he said, pulled the
cords as far out ot the gratings as
they could, then cut them.
(See editorial on Pare 2.)
Poultry Judgers
Placed In Chicago
The poultry judging team for
the University placed 13th in a
23 -team contest at the Interna
tional livestock Exposition in
Members of the team are Rich
ard Sievers, Shelton Reece, Don
Jeannoutot and James Hargle
road. The coach of the team is
Irvers Williams, poultry depart
ment professor. -The
team placed sixth in mar
ket produces judging, seventh in
exhibition judging and 19th in
production judging of poultry.
Sot By Aq Board
The Ag Activities Board is
holding a Christmas party Tues
day evening in the Ag Union
The party, scheduled for 7:15
p.m.. is given In honor of the
employees of the Ag Union. A gift
exchange and dancmg will nign-
linht the evening.
The Ag Union "Dell" will be
closed for the evening starting at
5:30 p.m. because of the party.
Business Honorary ,
To initiate Thirteen
Thirteen pledges will be initi
ated into Alpha Kappa Psl, na
tional business fraternity, Dec. 15
at 5:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Hotel.
Fledges are Homer Kenison,
Ko?er Graul, Gordon Gay, James
Laliue, Dana Clement, Bill Dole
man, Ernest Bebb, Don Jensen-, Bill
Canr.ors, Royce Tonjcs, Linus Ost
fkk, l'ji.n Sipple and Raymond
J.: 7.
4 banquet at 1 p.m. will follow
ta imuation.
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