The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1954, Page Page 4, Image 4
i I .? f t it 1 ! ! J I 1 ks : ) t X A ' t i t f Page 4 THE NEBRASKAN Wednesday, April 28, 1954 AWS S Coed W ciAieciuues orkshoD 3 Discussion Groups To Examine Rules, Activities On Wednesday Miss Helen Snyder, assistant dean of women, will be the main speaker at the second annual As sociated Women Students work shop. The workshop will begin at 7 GROUPS WILL discuss rules and regulations, the activities mart and coed follies. Members of the groups are: Activities Mart Workshop Courtney Campbell, chairman; Carol Link, secretary; Miss Mary Jean Mulvaney, Uni versity physical education in structor for women, advisor; Helene Sherman, Sigma Delta Tau; Marilyn Staska, Delta Delta Delta; Lil Kitzelman, Kappa Al pha Theta; Chloryce Ode, Xappa Delta; Cathy' Olds, Delta Gamma; Muriel Pickett, Pi Beta Phi; Donna Steward, Alpha Chi Omega, Mary Langemeier, How ard Hall. Veronica Rowley, Wilson Hall; Barbara Roth, Towne Club; Janet Rash, International House; Twila Riley. Love Hall; Janice lost Alpha Phi; Barb Crow, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Janie Mapes. Gamma Phi Beta; Clarice Prie- fert, Sigma Kappa; Connie Von Essen, Loomis Hall; Shirley Jesse, Alpha Omicron Pi; Phyl lis Sherman, Chi Omega. Shirley Bazant. Love Hall (city); Margaret Edwards, Hep pner Hall; Lucigrace Switzer, Raymond Hall; Vivian Robb, Adelphi; Connie Lindley, Terrace Hall, and Lmda Buthman, Beth Keenan and Kay Nosky, AWS Board members. RULES AND Regulations Work shopClare Hinman, chairman; Kathy O'Donnell, secretary; Miss Elsie Jevons, assistant professor of commercial arts, advisor; Gail Katskee, Sigma Delta Tau; Ellen Pickett, Kappa Alpha Iheta; Helen Schaberg, Delta Delta Delta; Corliss Kruse, Kappa Delta: Flossie Haslam, Delta Gamma; Philomene Dosek, Pi Beta Phi. Rosemary Fehr, Alpha Chi Omega; Marie Ann Duerr, How ard Hall; Mary Hathaway, Wilson Hall; Dons Mach, Towne Club; Carol Swarts, International House Ruth Ann Dark, Love Hall; Susie Optiz, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mary Sue Lundt, Alpha Phi; Nancy Odum, Gamma Phi Beta; Norma Carse, Sigma Kappa. JoAnn Erickson, Loomis Hall; Katy Kelley, Chi Omega; Janet Robertson, Alpha Omicron Pi; Ellen Sabin, Love Hall (city); Audrey Pyle, Heppner Hall; Karen Smets, Raymond Hall; Marge Polzkill, Adelphi; Barbara Nay, Terrace Hall; Nancy Hemp hill, Charlotte Benson; Marial Wright, Eileen Mullarky and Mary House, AWS Board mem bers. COED FOLLIES Workshop Paula Broady, chairman; Betty Hrabik, secretary; Miss Jevons, advisor; Shirley Rosenberg, Sigma Delta Tau, Sandra Sick, Delta Delta Delta; Mary Kay Beachler, Kappa Alpha Theta; Joyce Fangman, Kappa Delta; Ann Beynon, Delta Gamma; Lou Sanchez, Pi Beta Phi; Joan Mar shall, Alpha Chi Omega. Ann Palmer, Howard Hall; Margaret Smith, Wilson Hall; Doris Brown, Towne Club; Phyl lis McCullough, Intern a t i o n a 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Union Ballroom. Three group discus sions will be held followed by a general discussion. House; Madeline Watson, Love Hall; Suzy Good, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cynthia Johnson, Alpha Phi; Bernie Rosenquist, Gamma Phi Beta ; Marianne Sayer, Sigma Kappa; Mary Gattis, Chi Omega; Jean Broady, Love Hall (city); Beverly Deepe, Heppner Hall; Marian Clark, Raymond Hall; Gloria Harris, Adelphi; Marge Foley, Terrace Hall; Joyce Ben nington, Kay Skinner and Ann Skold, AWS Board members. The workshop was begun by Shirley Murphy Maly and Janet Steffen, past AWS Board Mem bers, after attending the AWS National Convention at Ohio State University in 1952. 4 tfllliil Xi 4 i- WUS Discussion Group Pictured above are members of a group that will discuss "How we can promote international relations," and "Foreign rela tions on this campus," Wednes day at 7 p.m. in Room 313, Union. The groups is one Of 12 campus groups established on this campus as a part of the educational experiment of the World University Service on 30 University campuses. Mem bers of the group are (1. to r.) Janet Gordon, Joyce Laase, John Zacharius, Sherry Man gold, Dr. Lucille Cypreansen, Louis Schoen, Fran Locke and Hans Steffen. Educator To Talk At Seminar Today Dr. Alfred H. Washburn, direc tor of the Child Research Coun cil of the University of Colorado School of Medicine, will deliver the second in a series of semi nars at the University Wednes day. He will speak on "Educational Implications of the Study of Growth and Development" at 10 a.m. and "Individual Variations and their Significance" at 1:30 p.m. in the Union Faculty Lounge. mm Schedule 1-4 p.m. 9-11 9 12 12 laboratory clav.es meeting for several continuous hours on one or two days shall meet for examinations as follows: Classes meeting on Monday or Tuesday shall he examined on the date scheduled for the first hour of their laboratory meeting; Wednesday or Thursday classes on the second hour of their meeting; Friday or Saturdiy classes on the third hour. Classes meeting on the half hour shall be examined on the hour vhich has been halved Kor example, classes which meet 2:30 to 400 on Tuesday and Thursdays shall be examined at the time set for classes which meet at 2:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays. Unit examinations have been scheduled for all sections in the following subjects: Business Organization 3, 4. 21; Economics 3, 11, 12. 115; Education 61. 62; Electrical Engineering 133. 134. 138. 232; Mechanical Engineering 1; English A. B, 1, 2, 3. 4; Home Economics 41, 42; French 12. 14; Spanish 52. 54; Mathematics 11, 16, 41, 105, 14. 13, 17, 42. 10(5. 107: Speech 9, 10. If students have regularly scheduled examinations conflicting with the above specially arranged schedule, arrangements to take specially scheduled examinations at another time should be m ade with the department concerned on or before May 24. For example: if a student is scheduled for an examination which conflicts with a specially scheduled examination in French, arrange ments should be made with the Romance Language Dcpartmentto take such French examination at another time. SATURDAY, MAY 22 All sections English A WEDNESDAY. MAY 26 All sections of English B, 1 (Coliseum) Classes meeting at 3 P.m. TTh or either one of these dayg All sections of Mechanical Engineering 1 All sections of Home Economics 41, 42 . All sections of French 12. 14 AH sections of Spanish 52, 54 All sections of Electrical Engineering 133. 134, 198, 232 All sections of Business Organization 21 THURSDAY, MAY 27 Classes meeting at 1 p.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days Classes meeting at 11 a.m. TThS or any one or two of these day AU sections of Speech 9, 10 FRIDAY, MAY 28 Classes meeting at 8 a.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF. or any one or two of these das Classes meeting at 12 a.m. cm 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days Classes meeting at 10 a.m. TThS or any one or two of these days SATURDAY, MAY 29 Classes meeting at 11 a.m. 5 or 4 days or MWF, or any one or two of these days All sections of Education 61, 62 All sections of business Organization 3. 4 MONDAY, MAY 31 All sections of Math 11, 16. 41. 105 All sections of Math 14, 15. 17, 42, 106, 107 Classes meeting at 4 p.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these das TUESDAY, JUNE 1 Classes meeting at 9 a.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days All sections of English 2, 3, 4 WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2 Classes meeting at 3 p.m. o or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days Classes meeting at 5 p.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these three days -Classes meeting at 5 P.m. TTh or either one of these days Classes meeting at 7 p.m. TTh- or either one of these days Classes meeting at 2 p.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days THURSDAY', JUNE 3 All sections of Economics 3, 11, 12, 115 Classes meeting at 2 p.m. TTh or either one of these days Classes meeting at 10 a.m. 5 or 4 days, or MWF, or any one or two of these days FRIDAY", JUNE 4 Classes meeting at 1 p.m. TTh or either one of these days Classes meeting at 4 p.m. TTh or either one of these diys Classes meeting at 8 TThS or any two of these days SATURDAY, JUNE 5 Classes meeting at 9 a.m. TThS or any one or two of these days 9-12 2 - 5 9-12 2 - 5 a.m. a.m. P.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 8-10 a.m. 11 a.m.-l p.m. 2-5 P.m. 9-12 2 - 5 a.m. P.m. 9-12 am. 2-5 p.m. 9-12 2 5 9-12 2 - 5 a.m. p m. a.m. p m. 9-12 a.m. Ivy Day '54 Marks Fifty-One Years Of NU Innocents Society Existence Group To Tackle Thirteen New Members May 8 The Innocents' first efforts of their second half century will be completed Ivy Day when the senior men's honorary tackle their successors. Thirteen new members will be chosen to carry out the traditions formed in the 52 years of exist ence of the Innocents. The out going Innocents will award the Scholarship-Activities trophy to three outstanding fraternities on Ivy Day also. The Innocents Society was es tablished on the University cam pus in 1903 because of a lack of co-operation between students and faculty that existed at that time. Many active faculty members and students felt that the proper school spirit and attitude was lacking. Small fights and riots occasionally broke out on the campus. Many believed that a group of students chosen to improve spirit and relationships would strength en the University and improve the school's reputation Chancellor Andrews, Dean Bes sey, Dean Condra and a few outstanding senior men met and decided that an organization could make the difference between im provement and the present state of affairs. The traditional number of thir teen was then decided upon for limiting membership and the In nocents Society was formed. Members were to be chosen for scholarship and participation in activities. The group then drew up a constitution. The Innocents Society was the first group to back the adoption of cheerleaders for University sporting events. Dad's Day and other honorary days were intro duced by the Innocents. A recent contribution of the Innocents was the "Victory Bell" which is rotated between Mis souri and Nebraska Universities depending on the winner of the previous year's football game. The Innocents also exercised a WHO WILL BE AT NEBRASKA CONTACT TED JAMES 5-2585 AND Villi THIS JACKPOT OF BIG PRIZES -WHITE KXME 1ACXET (wftft "Stato-Shy" fMth) -SUMMEX FORMAL TROUSERS CUMMER8UKD A HO TIE "FORMAL rW - WHITE CRESS SHIRT L , J 1 ESSE! I I PICKED. I I ACCMUXKt I tssoa rdft u$t PICKED! ftm KATWOODSE Whltt Farm! Pipt AFTER SIX, America largest maker of men'i formal wear, invites aU fraternities, athletic teams, societies, dorms, club and independent group, to take part iff this prize-peppered competition. Don't wait, don't hesitate, choose your entry and contact your campus "Mr. Formal" representative. Sold by 0 -Uf w great deal of influence !n the naming of the field house after Henry Schulte. Rev. Knowles To Speak Orl Marriage In College "Marriage in Coollege" will be discussed by the Rev. Rex Knowles at the Love and Marri age Series, Wednesday. The Rev. Knowles is the student pastor at the Presbyterian, Con gregational Student House. The lecture will be held in Love Library from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. i'he series is sponsored by the Student Council. On The Social Side Young Men's Fancies Turn; Spring Engagements Result By MARILYN MITCHELL Society Editor Engagements Botsford-Field Tri-Delt Sue Botsford has an nounced her engagement to Jodie Fields, of Clint, Tex. A sopho more in Teachers College, Sue is from Lincoln. f YVeiner-Levtnrer Announcement has been made of the engagement of Leta Weiner, Sigma Delta Tau, and 1st Lieut. Chuck Levinger of Yankton, So, Dak. Leta is a Teachers College senior from Omaha. A Zeta Beta Tau and former University stu dent, Lieut. Levinger is stationed at Luke Air Force Base, Phoe nix, Ariz. An August wedding is planned. Pinnings Hinman-Reed Diane Hinman, Tri-Delt, an nounced her pinning to Dick Reed, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. A senior in Teachers College, Diane is from North Platte. From New. burgh, N. Y., Dick is a senior in Engineering. Taylor-lounr A Chi Omega pinning was that of Joyce Taylor and Bob Young, Alpha Gamma Rho. Joyce Is a sophomore in Ag College from Lincoln. A senior in Engineering, Bob is from Beatrice. Unrer-Rasdal Alpha Phi fresman Karen Un- ger passed candy announcing her pinning to Dan Rasdal, Sigma Chi. 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