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The Innocent Society tackled 13 new members Saturday dur
ing the Ivy Day activity.
New president of the society is Eldon Park, Lincoln, son of Air.
and Mrs. Ralph D. Park. A student in the College of Business Ad
ministration, he is president of University Builders; treasurer of
the Student Council; a member
of the All University Fund Board,
Junior Class Council and of Delta
Tau Delta fraternity.
Other officers and members:
Vice president, Kockford C.
Yapp, Manhattan, Kan., son of
Mrs. R. G. app. He is president
of All University Fund and of
the Junior class, a member of the
Student Council and of Beta Theta
Pi fraternity. He is a student in
the College of Agriculture spe
cializing in entomology.
I Secretary, Ernest L. Bebb, Om
aha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
L. Bebb, Sr. Bebb, a student in
the College of Business Admin
istration, is a member of the Stu
dent Union Board; vice president
of Corn Cobs, men s pep organi
zation; a member of Alpha Kappa
Psi; and secretary of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity. 1
Treasurer, James Can- Trum
bull, Scottsbluff, son of W. S.
Trumbull. Trumbull, a freshman
in the College of Law, is a mem
ber of Corn Cobs and Student
Council and is president of Sig
ma Chi fraternity.
Sergreant - at - Arms, Dale L.
Reynolds, Palmer, son of Oscar
H. Reynolds. A student in the
College of Agriculture, Reynolds
is vice president of University
Builders; a member of the Ag
Executive Board and the Student
Council: and vice president of
Farm House fraternity,
tural journalism student, is pho
tography editor of the 1953 Corn-
husker; president of Corn Cobs;
and a member of Sigma Delta Chi
and of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
J. Gilbert Benedict, Jefferson,
la., son of Paul I. Benedict. He is
business manager of the 1954
Cornhusker; secretary of the jun
ior class; a member of Kosmet
Klub, Corn Cobs and Student
Council. He belongs to Sigma Phi
Epsuon fraternity and is a psy
chology major in the College of
Arts and Sciences.
Robert E. Peterson, Lincoln, son
'of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin E. Peter
son. A student in the College of
Engineering and Architecture, he
is business manager of the Ne
braska Blue Print; secretary-trea
surer of the Engineering Execu
tive board; and a member of
Sigma Tau and the Student Coun
Kenneth Rystrom, Bayard, son
of Dr. and Mrs. K. F. Rystrom.
He is editorial page editor of the
Daily Nebraskan and a member of
the Student Council and of Kappa
bigma fraternity. He is a jour
nalism major in the College of
Arts and Sciences.
Robert W. Hasebroock, West
Point, son of Mr. and Mrs. "W. H.
Hasebroock, A freshman in the
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Candidate Officers Association; a
member of Student Council.
Sigma Tau, Kosmet Klub, Engi
neering Executive Board and of
I Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
I Calvin J. Kuska, Omaha, son
i of Val Kuska. Kuska. an acricul-
Black Masque Chapter Chooses
Nineteen 1953-54 Successors
Nineteen junior coeds were! Builders, YWCA. Alpha Lambda
masKea on ivy uay by the mem- Delta, Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon
bers of the Black Masque chap-! Omicron, and of Alpha Chi Omega
ter 01 Mortar Board. I sorority.
Janet Steffen, Norfolk, daugh-l Barbara Crowe. Lincoln, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W;j1ter Stpf- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K
fen, was named new president of i Crowe. Barbara is president of
Mortar Board to succeed Syvia'tne Ag YWCA. president of Ag
Krasne, Fremont. Janet is Dresi-.imeraenoniinational outh Fel-
dent of Associated Women Stu-I Jowship. a iormer member of
dents; recording secretary of the Home Ec Club council, member
Student Council: former news'0' Student Council, Phi Upsilon
editor of The Daily Nebraskan ;'Omicron and of Alpha Chi Omega
member of Alpha Lambda Delta : sorority. She is a home economics
and Pi Lambda Theta. honorarv student.
societies. She is a mathematics ma-' Marilyn Erwin, Craig, daughter
Kr in Teachers College and a 01 "Jr. ana Mrs. Harry O. Erwin.
member of Gamma Phi Beta so- A home economics major, Marilvn
rority. l's president of Coed Counselors:
Other officers and members are: ?emller,of. Student Council,
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William M. Bailey. Omaha, sonjful,e vi "e
R. M. Bailey. A student in the'f . e Intcrfratermty Council
.n r; j A u ' a past member of the All
itecture. Bailev is president of the lV5lt?' Fun Bf rd'. Umver- C
r:,a of icii.tL. Builders Board, vice-presi-' is
jdr A - J .... ' J Whmi
Young Benedict Hasebroock
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Stw
dent of the Junior Class, Student! Nebraskan; a member of the Stu- Robert L. Young, Beatrice, son
Council, Kosmet Klub, and Delta dent Council and the Student; of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Young. An
Tau Delta fraternity. Union Board; and president of j agricultural engineering student.
Stanley A. Sippie, Nebraska , Sigma iu lraterniry. i-ie is en-ioung is president or Alpha
Citv, son of K. A. Sipple. Sipple rolled in the College of Business Gamma Rho fraternity, and a
assistant manager of the Daily I Administration. Member of Kosmet Klub.
' "iSearch Week, committee, Phi Up
..silon Omicron and Intprnatinnai
in the College o
ences, Barbara is
HU-II1191III.III, i nn Dm i.mn nr, 7, 1
-f.L-l.lHouse. She -is a former Taland
A, Ar: " : :a. Past member ofcthe All Univer
sity Fund Board,
ll9rlflA r.nAlinir T S 1
'of hA rnrnhndpr- fnrmpr mPm. , "S. iiincoin,
""",T " iaaugmer ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
ganization. and of the All Uni- f- ?JLrlSr: a t'
versity Fund board; member of2S h , f
rwwic Thoti, c:, Phi ind. Sciences, is president of the
She belongs to Kama KaDoa r Activities Board for Women;
KdPPd pP j former treasurer of Coed Coun-
Secretarv. Xeal, O'Dell. South 'SeJ?rs:. I member of Kappa Phi
Sioux Citydaughter of Mrs. Lu-'dnn t , a u
n-nn Sh ie sn Fn-ii.h1. J.ce Johnson, Lincoln, daugh
major in Teachers College; presi-, I ""u.- wenara u.
I dent of the YWCA; secretary of ns"' 3oe's President of the
Council for: u v . ,u"" ana a
jni7niLui cu uie aiuaent council.
Conrtety Sunday Journal and Star
pK PPri Cross anri'Kanna Delta lS-hf. ls a Journalism ma.ior in the
cnrritv i college of Arts and Sciences and
Treasurer, Lura Ann Harden,; ?nss to Alpha Chi Omega so
Lincoln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r0"ty: .
, - , Barbara Raun. Hun enn To
nomics major in the College of aughtfr of Mr- and M". E- A.
Agriculture, Lura Ann is vice "c VJ"- Pwm oi me
president of Ag Executive Board; A: a "Ter. ?f University
member oi btuoent council, , i uuuu unu-
YWCA Home Economics Club Lron ana 01 K-appa Kappa Gam
Council and of Alpha Lambda 'ma sorority. She is a home econ
Delta and Omicron Nu; formerncmllcs maJ.or.-
' y member of Tassels: president or . c...narai. srotiscJuii,
f 'X X . !Ph, Tnsikin Omicron. She be- caugnter of Dr. and Mrs. D. H.
Ion es to Chi Omega sorority. ir-"',L- "K'n major in
Historian. Shirley Murphy, Lin-the College of Arts and Sciences.
coin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bu.san is president of Tassels; a
H. J. MurDhv. She is vice presi-ifoer member of the Coed
dent of Associated Women Stu- counselors Board and the Ne-
dents- Red Cross secretary; past braska University Council for
president of Gamma Alpha Chi; World Affairs Board; and a mem
former editor of the Husker ber of Phi Sigma Iota, Alpha
Handbook and past news editor Lambda Delta and of Delta Gam
of The Daily Nebraskan; former ma sorority.
member of " University Builders Barbara Spilker, M i n d e n,
Board; a member of Pi Lambda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har
Theta and of Sigma Kappa soror-jvey H. Spilker. Barbara, a home
ity. Shirley is an English major economics major, is president of
in Teachers College. the Home Economics Club; mcm-
Fublicity chairman, Sue Gorton, ber of Farmers Fair Board: for
Tecumseh, daughter of Mr. and mer member of Association Worn-
Mrs. D. G. Gorton. A journalism en btuaents Board; member of
major in the College of Arts and Phi Upsilon Omicron and Alpha
Sciences, Sue is vice president ofiLambda Delta.
Coed Counselers; former manag-( Joy Wachal, Omaha, daughter
ing editor and news editor oi tne or Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wachal.
Daily Nebraskan; former member She is vice president of All Uni
of University Builders Board and:versity Fund; member of the Stu-
A 11 TTnJ.rarrifv VlinH Rnarfl" fliHpnt TTninn V.n-jrrl' fn,n nw
Eldon Shuey of Crab Orchard, , f ai T.mMa rpita.'hpr nt v, TT;oit Diu.
IHZ SZftZJL ?n?!!Theto Sigma Phi and of Kappa : Board. An elementary educav.n
Kappa Gamma sorority. .student in Teachers College, she
Barbara Adams, North Platte, belongs to Delta Gamma Borority.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harriet Wcnl. Lincoln, daugh
C. Adams. A journalism and Eng-ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wenke.
cv mainr in l eacners luuckc, ane is A iinivprsitv nmri nm;
unese awaras, given Dy ineBarbara is editor of the Corn- president; former managing editor
Junior-Senior class Board, "werehusker; forrner member of the of the Cornhusker; former mem
presented for the first time thiSj-teerinE committee of the Ne-; ber of P.ed Cross Board and Uni-
year. The trophies were en-ihraska University Council for versity Builders Board: member
World Affairs; former memoer 01 oi tne Junior Class Council. Al
University Builders Board; mem-pha Lambda Delta, Phi Chi Theta
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta,
Theta Sigma Phi and of Pi Beta
Sue Brownlee, Omaha, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Brownlee. Sue is former All Uni
versity Fund vice president; past
member of University Builders
Board; vice president of Pi
Lambda Theta; member of Asso
ciated Women Students Board
and the Junior Class Council. She
is an elementary education major
in Teachers College and a mem
ber of Delta Gamma sorority.
Jane Calhoun, Lincoln, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Calhoun.
An elementary education student,
Jane is vice president of Univer
sity Builders; forrner secretary of
All University Fund; former cheer
leader; and a member of Pi
Lambda Theta. Alpha Lambda
Delta and of Delta Gamma sorority.
Connie Clark, St. Edward, !
WnirrMor nf T"r unM 1M Ti T ! BHOE a1iman for Bummer vacation, arn
received ivy Day awaras ior at-i
taining the highest accumulative
grade averages for seven consec
utive semesters among Senior
men and women.
graved and cited the accomplish
ment of the recipient.
Miss Koehler, an English ma.ior
In Teachers College, has an 8.333
weighted average. She is past
president of NUCWA. past vice
president of Mortar Board Soci
ety and a member of Delta
Shuey, graduating senior in the
College of Pharmacy, has an ac
cumulative average of 8.221. He
is a member of Sigma Xi, scien
tific honorary; Rho Chi, Phar
macy honorary; Kappa Psi, men's
honorary in Pharmacy and Sci
ence, and is a member of the
Brown Palace co-op. He is pres
ently employed with the Gilmore
Daniel3on pharmaceutical house
Dorm eirl: 'My roommate says
there are some things a girl
ihould not do before twenty.".
Sorority girl: "Well, personally,
I don't like a large crowd either.
and of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Angry father: "What do you
niean by bringing my daughter in
at this hour of the morning?"
Student: "Have to be at class
For anl 1HM Chevrolet. Excellent condl-1
tlon H.iiuu miles, metalic blu.; linlah. I
radio and heater, full aeeeepiorlei. May
be (wen at Logan Texaco. IBth and U !
tltreeta, or call Fete Bergsten, 4-17ia or
THETA CHI will be open for Bummer
reUlence. Call 2-29i.
Clark. A home economics major, I ,uM ,im,. Aiivty Wr. (awr0rd. Mageee
Connie was 1953 Typical Nebraska' toe department, n -v.
Coed. She is vice president of 1 -
Home Economics Club: secretary ajIy Nebraskan Want Ads
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