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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1954)
Of? The Social Side
Weekend Whirl Features 4 Sprinq Formals.
But Only Six Romances Officially Announced
Wednesday, April 7, 1954
By MARILYN MITCHELL
Spring formals dominated the
past weekend. Among annual
events were Sigma Chi, Beta,
Alpha Xi and AGR formals. House
parties included the Alpha Chi
Otee Ranch, Saturday night, and
the Phi Psi Dinner Sunday eve
ning. Monday night brought an
nouncements of three pinnings
and three engagements.
Peggy Wells, Alpha Phi. has
announced her engagement to
Clark Caley, Phi Gam. Peggy, a
junior in Teachers College, is
from Greeley, Colo. A Bizad sen
ior, Clark is from Springfield.
Marlene Tiller. Siema Ka nna.
and Vincent Rawson have an
nounced their engagement. Mar-
Sunday initiation Held
For Coed Counselors
134 Participate In '54 Ceremonies
One hundred thirty-four coeds
were initiated into Coed Coun
selors Sunday in the Union.
President Carol Gillet and vice
president Jo Ann Meyers in
formed the Coed Counselors of
their duties and responsibilities.
" New Coed Counselors are:
Pat Alvord, Agnes Anderson,
Doris Anderson, Carolyn Bach
man, Marilyn Beideck, Dianne
Bell, Joyce Benge, Donna Bernet,
Lois Bramer, La Von Brown,
Charlotte Benson, Shirley Brittell,
Sandra Buell, Beverly Bunch,
Bernice Burces. .In Ann fhnliina
Nancy Cherny, Kay Christensen,
Marilyn Christenson, Marian
Clark, Sharlyn Cress, Joy Cun
ningham, Susan Detweiler, Mary
clare Dodson, Marilyn Dow, Polly
Downs, Margaret Edwards, Bar
Barbara Eicke, Gladys Evans,
La Vera Faimon, Melva Fahrn
bruch, Delores Fangmeier, Jane
Felger, Dorrene Frost, Itha Frost,
Marcia Gebhardt. Marearet
Glandt, Mimi Gordon, Frances
Gotschall, Janet Gruber, Alice
Hamilton, Jeanne Hansen, Mary
Sue Herbek, Margie Hooks, Ber
nice Howland, Virginia Hudson,
Martha Hunter, Janice Hussey
and Marlene Hutchison.
Mary James, Jo Johnson, Jane
Jeffrey, Sharyn Jensen, Lois Rat
tier, Mary Alice Keller, Cleo
Kennedy, Mary Lou Kimsey,
Joyce Knerl, Mary Knorr, Thea
Krause, Vivian Lemmer, Carol
Link, Ann Luchsinger, Janet Mc
Clune. Patricia McDnueall. Tarnl
Mckenzie, bmrley McPeck, Mylli-
cent McFheron, Beverly McVeigh,
Joan Marshall, Shannon Masters,
Sis Matzke, Marcia Mickelsen and
noma Jean Miller.
Carolyn Mingus, Mary Jane
Mong, Dian Morgan, Linda Nel
son, Carol Newell, Betty Olson,
Mary Olson, Nancy Person, Mary
Lou Pittack, Phyl Philipsen, Au
drey Phyle, Marilee Plymale,
Luanne Raun, Virginia Reavis,
Marcia Reifschneider, Caroline
Rhodes, Sue Rohrbaugh, Dorothy
Roubal, Helen Runyon, Barbara
Rystrom, Janis Samuelson, Eliza
beth Schaffer, Ruth Scott, Alyce
Ann Sides, Sue Simmons, Sheila
Siren, Charlotte Sears, Verna
Searl, Karen Smets, Sandra
Smith, Sylvia Smith, Judy Snell,
Mary Sorensen, Marian Sorol,
uaroiyn bpeaic, Sandra Speicher,
Flo Rae Spelts, Jacklyn Stanton
ana Marilyn staska.
Barbara Stout. Rpftv T
Gerayne Swanson, Margie Swan-
son, bhirley Swanson, Jackie
Switzer. Lucieraee Swit7pr
Marilvn Talhnt. 'Nanrv Tav.
lor, Mary Thompson, Karen
Unger, Aurelia Way, Rosemary
Weeks, Helen Weir, Sarol Wiltse,
Patsy Woodman and Kay Yerk.
Positions of CrtpH fYillncolnr
board members have hpen an.
nounced. Thev are: Carol Gillpt
president; JoAnn Meyers, vice
president; Barbara Pape, secre
tary; carol 'ihompson, treasurer;
Jeanne Elliott, publicity; Mary
nau, Historian ; Oinny Wilcox,
Penny Carnival chairman; Phyl
lis Cast. friendshiD dessert: Mari
lyn Lingo, beanie sales; Sharon
Mancold. student leader: Dnrnthv
Novotnv. infnrmntinn hnnthc
Laura Garcia, campus know-how;'
Joan Anudson, registration; Bar
bara Pape, coed caravan; Carol
Anderson, second semester fresh
man party; Jo Ann Meyers, ori
entation, and Emily Hemphill, of
A mass meeting of Coed Coun
selors is scheduled for Thursday,
7:30 p.m. in Parlors XYZ of the
Union. Rex Knowles will be guest
lene is a senior in Home Ec and
is from Alliance. Vincent is a
J-.aw College student from Or
Ruth Hight has announced her
engagement to Ron r.ahnr
Kappa Sig. Ruth is from Grand
isiana and is a Junior in Teachers
Colleee. Also from OranH Telnnrl
Ron is a freshman in Law. '
Alpha Xi Jane Laase has an
nounced her pinning to Ron
Becker, a Teachers College sopho
more. Jane is sophomore in
Arts and Sciences. Both are from
Karma Delt Pat Smith ind
Theta Xi Charlie Sutter an
nounced their pinning Monday
night. Pat. a freshman. Is from
Buffalo, Wyo. A junior in Ag
College, Charlie is from Grand
Another recent pinning is that
of Harriet Greenlee and Hank
Gibson, Pi Kappa Alpha. A sopho
more in the College of Pharmacy,
Harriet is from Pierce. Hank is
a senior in Arts and Sciences
from Washington, D. C.
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
Past and present presidents and Saturday. Charles Trum-
iicuiasK.il ruiure rarmers Die, leit, was elected to suc
of America shake hands after ceed Arley Waldo. Both are
me aiaie convention urioay university iresnmen.
RC To Distribute
Boxes For Drive
A clothing drive sponsored by
Red Cross orphanage committee
will give students the opportu
nity to donate clothinff in rhil-
dren in Lincoln orphanages.
Committee members will de
liver boxes for clothing to all or
ganized houses Thursday.
Students are requested to fill
the boxes with clothing, jewelry,
toys and books for children and
teenagers. Martv Morrison, chair
man of the orphanage commit
tee, suggested that students bring
clothing and other items from
home after vacation. "Manv nf
the children at orphanages have
only two outfits of clothing and
are in desperate need. Miss
Morrison said. Boxes will ho
picked up April 22.
Series At NU
Dr. Sydney D. Rubbo, chair
man of the department of bac
teriology of the University of
ivieiDourne, Australia, will pre
sent two lectures Wednesday in
isessey mn Auditorium.
Rubhn will rlisrnse "Tho T
fluence of Chemical Constitution
of Anti-Bacterial Activity as Il
lustrated by Studies of the Acri-
aines and liydroxyquinolines,"
at 4 p.m.
His 8:15 n.m. Iectur will ho nf
special interest to physicians and
pre-medics, tor he will explain
"Some New Tpnhn
Studying Drug Sensitivity of
Tubercle Bacilli and in Vivo
Screening of Anti-Tuberculous
Rubbo will speak Thursday in
Agronomy Auditorium Room 244
on "Mutagenic Changes in Yeast
Involving Loss of Respiratory
NU Freshman Elected
State FFA President
Trumble Completes 27 Projects
Dr. Dwyer To Lecture
On Complex Compounds
Dr. F. P. Dwyer, senior lecturer
in chemistry .at the University of
oyaney, Australia, will discuss
"The Biological Activity of Com
p 1 e x Inorganic Compounds,"
Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. in Bessey
Dr. Dwyer, internationally
known for his work in inorganic
co-ordination compounds, is in the
United States as a visiting pro
fessor at Northwestern Univer
sity. His visit to the University
campus is sponsored by the Re
Charles Trumblp. A; CoIIppp
freshman, has been elected state
president of Future Farmers of
America at the FFA Convention
held last week.
Trumble succeeds Arley
Waldo, an Ag College freshman
and a member of Alnha Hamma
TRUMBLE HAS operated an
intensive supervised farming
program and has completed 27
production projects. Included in
his farming program last year
were 11 dairv rows 3 :-lairv
heifers, 82 fattening hogs, 500
chickens, 15 acres of corn, 20
acres of oats and 18 beef -fattening
He was star dairy farmer in
1953 and a state farmer in FFA.
His college activities include:
YMCA cabinet, 4-H Club, Var
sity Dairy Club, Ag Union com
mittee, Ag Interdenom, AUF
worker, Yell Squad and a mem-
Der ot arm House fraternity.
RJeiy HMUS Console Unit
Termed More Dependable
Student interest Programs Added
Bv Union, Campus Religious Groups
A fl1ontrntiir mnSSOie Milt
was recently received and in
of TTniirnrcitv rflfilO StcV
tion KNUS. The unit enables one
nrilf the entire job
d engineering at
Its purpose is to provide radio
witn a more itmuui.
atuuuis wivi ......
approach to commercial station
operation. In addition, it will
trUra mnrp pffiripnt USe of the
nntrnl rnnm hv rj&rmit
ting studio-originated shows to
. i 1 nyiYlrf
De renearsea oi wpcu u""6
the regular operation of the sta
tic Tha tnfal nnpratinn will be
ship than the former
aroordine to Paul
Schupbach, acting director or radio.
PROGRAMS OF special stu
dent interest that have been
added include a thirty-minute
oVrtr cnnncrtrwl ViV thf Union
tjH.j vv uuijuwu-u
which will be heard every Thurs
day. The show will inform Uni-
vvioi jvuuvuvu w. - j
weekend activities sponsored by
the Union and describe features
offered by the Union. Another
show heard on Thursday is a
public service feature of the
Armv. Air Force and Navy. Ba
sically designed for recruiting,
the programs star nationally
known bands and vocalists.
SDothehtina the religious ac-
Theater Production To Begin
Final Week In Arena Tonight
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The final week of "The Man
Who Came to Dinner" will be
gin tonight in the Arena The
ater, Temple Building. ''
Play director Dallas Williams
commented that the nlav was
written purely for amusement
ana entertainment. "George
Kaufman, the author, is a mas
ter at inventing humorous and
farcical situations in a Dlav." he
THE PLAY is the fourth and
final University Theater nrn-
duction of the 1953-54 season. J
It is also the last major produc- J
tion in me Arena Theater. The
last performances will be Friday
and Saturday evenings.
Hank Gibson portrays Sheri
dan Whiteside around whom the
entire play is centered. Other
cast members include Trudy
Scriven, Barbara Leigh, Larry
Hanson, James Copp, Marilyn
Breitfelder, Mary Lou Pittack,
Bill Walton. Mariorie MilW
Fred Ashley, Valerie Hompes,
Douglas York, Bill Smith, Jerry
Minnick, Rod Holmes, Dick
Marrs, Charles Peterson, Luanne
Raun, Ernest Enke, Bill Dole
man and Gene Densmore.
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Alpha Epsilon Rho
Seven students have been in-
itiatpH intn Alnha Fnsilnn Rho.
radio and television honorary.
New members are: David
Chapman, Norman Francis, Con
nie Gordon, Gail Katskee, Mar
saret Rickel. Lvnne Morean
Morris and Ingrid Swerre.
Initiation ceremonies were
conducted by Lorraine Coryell,
president; Paul Schupback, act
ing director of the University
radio department; Leigh Cart
wright, secretary-treasurer, and
Bob Spearman, vice president.
And You" may be heard Friday
afternoons at 4:30 p.m. Nancy
Pratt will bring students from
religious houses to describe their
goals and activities.
A REBROADCAST of the
"Authors of the Ages" program
heard on Lincoln station KOLN
may be heard on Monday after
noon at 2 p.m. Works in classical
literature and music may be
heard at this hour throughout
Student organizations and
houses are invited to send pro
motional announcements to the
station to be put on the air.
Such things as announcements of
dances and other social affairs
and meetings are acceptable.
Writers' Workshop, a new or
noniafinn flAvntAr! tn litfrarw
ocoarrVi ic nffprinir three nri7p
totaling $600 to winners of an
essay coniesi on me suDjeci,
"Should Social Fraternities and
Sororities be Abolished?"
Essays should not exceed 500
words. First prize is $300, sec
ond prize is $200, and third prize
is $100. A 50 cent charge for each
entry is necessary to help cover
the reading and processing costs.
Entries must be mailed before
May 15, 1954, to Writers Work
shop, P.O. Box 187, North
Postal Annex, Boston 14, Mass.
A Physics Colloquium will be
held Thursday at 4:15 p.m. in
Brace Laboratory Room 211. The
discussion, conducted by Dr. Her
bert Jehle, associate professor of
physics, will be on "Rate Theory
and Biological Phenomena.
LEAVING FOR Columbia, Ohio at 4 P M.
April 9. Return April IS. 1. 2 or 3
passengers to ihari experts. Call
6-4048 after P.M.
FOR SALE: "53" Blue Ford convertible;
loaded. $900 lene than hat. 12,(0
miles, terms; Call Don Searcy fi-6577.
"Opportunities for Science Graduates
interested in careers with
Geophysical Service Inc.
Which is a leader in exploration for oil and gas
throughout the world. Mr. W. T. Hudson will be
on your campus on Wednesday, April 7, to inter
view prospective spring or fall graduates and will
be patricularly interested in men majoring in En
gineering, Physics, Math, or Geology."
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