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Junior and senior women voting
In Wednesday's All University Wo
men's General Election will select
the queen and the maid of honor
for the annual Ivy Day Court, to
be held early in May.
Candidates Tor May Queen are
Mary Fuelberth, Jan Harrison, Ann
Launer, Marlys Johnson, Winniie
Stolz, Joan Joyner, Nancy Hemp
hill, Berne Rosenquist, Madeline
Watson and Ann Skold.
Candidates were-selected by Mor
tar Board from a group of girls
nominated by each organized house.
Each house was allowed to nomin
ate two candidtates. Open filings
were available for anyone not affi
liated with an organized house.
Final selection of the nominees
was made on the basis of three
qualities, judged by the members
of Mortar Board. The three criteria
used were scholarship during their
four years at the University, evi
dence of leadership in University
activities and consistency in service
and participation throughout col
lege. The candidates, all seniors, will
reign over the entire Ivy Day cere
mony. The Queen, and the maid
of honor who will be the runner-up
in the election, will be first pre
sented during the morning on Ivy
The candidates and their activi- Theta and member of Alpha Chi
Miss Hemphill: senior home ec
onomics major in Ag College, AWS
Board, Farmers Fair Board sec
retary, 'president of Gamma Alpha
Chi, vice-president of Phi Upsilon
Omicron and a member of Pi Beta
Miss Johnson: Senior in teach
ers College, former Cornhusker sec
tion head, past District Representa
tive for YWCA, chairman of Deans
Advisory Committee in Teachers
College, president of Pi Lambda
Miss Rosenquist: senior in Teach
ers College, member of Board of
Student Publications, corresponding
secretary of Gamma Phi Beta,
(treasurer of Theta Sigma Phi
and member of Gamma Alpha Chi.
Miss Fuelberth: senior in Teach-
ers College, Coed Counselors
Board, past president of Alpha
Omicron Pi and secretary of Pi
Miss Harrison: senior in Arts and
Sciences College, editor of The Ne
braskan, Honorary Commandant,
junior attendent in '54 Ivy Day
Court, lead in '54 Kosmet Klub
show and member of Kappa Kappa
Miss Launer: senior in Business
Administration, president of Beta
Gamma Sigma, Builders Board,
Cornhusker staff member, NUCWA
and Kappa Kappa Gamma.
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HEMPHILL ROSENQUIST WATSON
Vol. 55 No. 60
University of Nebraska
Tuesday, March 15, 1955
Miss Joyner: senior In Arts and
Sciences, Towne Club president,
vice-president of BABW, junior at
tendent at 1954 Ivy Day Court, Miss
Miss Stolz: Arts and Science!
senior, Towne Club vice-president,
finalist for Nebraska Sweetheart,
Activities Queen as a sophomore.
Miss Skold: senior in Arts and
Sciences, AWS Board, Union Board,
Builders and Kappa Alpha Theta
Miss Watson: senior in home ec
onomics, Ag College; Home Eo
Club; junior member of '54 Ivy.
Day Court; AWS Board, and repre
sentative of Love Hall.
Last year's May Queen was Nor
ma Lothrop. Georgia Hulac waa
maid of honor. The May Queen and
her court reign over traditional Ivy
Day activities. This year's festivit
ies will be the 54th Ivy day ob
servance. Members of the Ivy Day Court
are also chosen in connection with
the selection of May Queen. Senior,
junior and sophomore women make
up the court. Two freshmen women
are chosen to serve as pages.
Children of alumni are also pres
ent in the court. University coeds
are selected to take part in th
formation of the Ivy and Daisy
Kay Nosky and Paula Broady
have been named candidates for
president of the Associated Wo
men Students Board.
Miss Nosky, junior In Arts and
Science, is editorial page editor of
The Nebraskan, past AWS secre
tary and a member of Gamma Al
pha Chi, Theta Sigma Phi and
Gamma Phi Beta.
Miss Broady, junior in Engineer
ing, is a member of Student Coun
cil and Engineering Executive
Board, Tassels secretary and Al
pha Chi Omega.
Candidates for the five senior
positions on AWS Board are:
Mary Domingo, president of Del
Phyllis Sherman, Sigma Alpha
Iota, University Singers and Chi
Margaret K r o e g e r, NUCWA;
Home Ec Club, VHEA, Gamma
Delta YWCA and Alpha Xi Delta.
Grace Harvey, NUCWA vice pres
ident and Kappa Delta.
Marianne Hansen, managing edi
tor of The Nebraskan, Gamma Al
pha Chi, Theta Sigma Phi, Alpha
Lambda Delta and Delta Delta
Suzy Good; AUF secretary and
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Joyce Fangman; Kappa Delta,
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Sharlyn Cress; Coed Counselors.
Tassels, Lutheran Student Association.
Joanne Alberdiiig; Adelphi, Rifle
Club and secretary of Presby
Janice Yost; Alpha Phi, YWCA
Cabinet, Builders, Red Cross. AWS
Sophomore candidates for AWS
Barbara Beckman; YWCA, Union
and Chi Omega.
Charlotte Benson; Red Cross,
Tassels, YWCA and Sigma Kappa.
Betty Branch; Builders Board,
Cornhusker and Pi Beta Phi.
Linda Buthman; Builders Board,
Cornhusker and Kappa Kappa
(cont. on page 4)
The All-University Women's
Elections will be Wednesday
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In Euen
Mortar Boards are in charge
of the elections, with Jo Johnson
ana Joyce Bennington as co-
Miss Bennington said last
year there was a record vote of
1007. She predicted more voters
Coeds must show their Univer
sity Identification cards. Names
and photographs of all candi
dates will be posted on bulletin
boards in Ellen Smith Hall.
Only juniors and seniors may
vote for May Queen. Independ
ents will vote for BABW mem
bers, and only WAA members
may elect WAA officers.
Anderson), Jainida Voe
For Hsirb Presideoc
Carol Anderson and Marion Jan- Delta, Lutheran Student Chapel
da have been nominated for presi
dent of BABW. The election of the
president and Board members will
be held Wednesday.
Miss Anderson, a sophomore in
Teachers College, is a member of
Coed Counselor Board, Red Cross
Board, BABW Board, Aquaquettes,
Alpha Lambda Delta, YWCA and
historian of Kappa Phi.
Miss Janda's activities include
Tassels, VHEA and LSA.
Nominated for Senior Board are:
Dot Frank; a junior in Teach
ers College and a member of
BABW Board, WAA Board, Presi
dent of Pennies, LSA and PE Club.
Margaret Polzkill; junior in busi
ness Administration, vice president
of Newman Club and pledge trainer
Eleanor1 von Bargen; junior in
Tesohers College and a member of
Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma
Choir, Special Activities Commit
tee of the Union and vice president
Beverly Wirz; junior in teachers
College, Tassels, Presby House,
and a house representative for
Candidates for Junior Board are:
Marian Clark; sophomore in
Teachers College, a member of
Tassels and a finalist for Hello
Joan Hathaway; sophomore in
Ag college, BABW House represen
tative publicity chairman for Kap
pa Phi and a member of 4-H Club
and the Home Ec Club.
Ellen Jacobsen; sophomore in
Ag College, BABW Board, 4-H
Club secretary, publicity chairman
of VHEA, Ag Union Committee and
Alpha Lambda Delta.
Patricia Mc Dougall; sophomore
in Arts and Sciences, NUCWA
Board, Presby House Cabinet, Al-
pha Lambda Delta, CCRC and Out
standing Coed Councelor.
Hanna Rosenberg; sophomore in
Arts and Sciences, Towne club,
YWCA Project Chairman, Treasur
er of Tassels, Red Cross, Alpha
Lambda Delta Historian and Or
chestra. Ellen Sabin; sophomore in Arts
and sciences, co-recreation Chair
man of WAA and Presby House.
Trudy Sokol; sophomore in Ag
College, Home Ec Club, Newman
Club, 4-H Club and Ag Union Com
mittee. Marian Sokol, sophomore in Ag
College, treasurer of Home Ec Club
and a member of Ag builders,
VHEA and Newman Club.
. Marilyn Zuhlke; sophomore in
Ag College, a member of Adelphi,
VJEA, and a representative for
Sophomore Board candidates in
Jane Conger; Arts and Sciences,
a member of YWCA.
Janis Davidson; Ag College, a
member of the Ag YWCA and the
Claryce Lee Evans; YWCA, LSA
and Theater Actors Workshop.
Mary Louise Fritts; Ag college,
and a member of the 4-H Club,
Newman Club and the Ag quintet.
Marie Gerdes; Ag College, his-'
torian of the Home Ec Club and
member of LSA and 4-H Club.
Lou Selk; Ag College, Ag YWCA,
Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, Lutheran
Chapel Choir and Gamma Dtlta.
Yelda Stokke; Teachers College,
a member of Towne Club, Mu Phi
Epsilon, Orchestra and Pepsters.
Katrina Thomsen; Ag College, a
member of Home Ec club, Ag
Builders, LSA and Ag Union.
Jackie Whittle; Ag College, social
chairman of Heppner Hall, and a
member of Ag YWCA and Home
The six most eligible bachelors on
campus will be elected Wednesday
by the All-University Women's
Election. The "most eligible"
young men will be presented at the
Kosmet Klub Spring Show, April 21
The candidates for eligible bach
elor have been campaigning for a
week. Each organized men's house
was entitled to nominate one can
didate who is hot a freshman and
is not pinned, engaged, married, or
ine engiDie Dacneior nominees
are: Roger Brendle, Theta Xi;
Ward David, Pioneer House; Rex
Ekwall, Canfield House; Bill Engel
kemeier, Beta Sigma Psi; Fred
Kidder, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Robert
MacDonald, Delta Upsilon.
Herb Meissner, Phi Delta Theta;
Bill Miller, Sigma Alpha Epsilon;
Harlan Moore, Independent; Tom
Olson, Alpha Tau Omegas Len Sing
er, Zeta Beta Tau; Tom Woodward,
Sigma Nu; Charles Smith, Selleck
House; Keith Leech, Delta Alpha
Jim Schultz, Phi Kappa Psi; Mel
Hansen, Sigma Chi; Gary Renzel
man, Gustavson Housell; Hugh Os
mera, Acacia; Ray Schiefelbein,
Tau Kappa Epsilon; John Skalla,
Delta Tau Delta; Andy Smith',
Beta Theta Pi; Charlie Trumble,
Farm House; Boyd Stuhr, Alpha
Gamma Sigma, and Joe Poynter,
Phi Gamma Delta.
Phyllis Cast and Carol Thompson
are the presidential candidates for
,Miss Cast, Teachers College Jun
ior, is a member of W.A.A. Coun
cil, secretary of Union Activities
Committee and a member of Delta
Delta Delta. She received an out
standing Coed Counselor award
during her sophomore year and
as a board member was in charge
of the Friendship Dessert.
A junior in Arts and Sciences,
Miss Thompson has served as
treasurer of Coed Counselors this
year. She is a member of Phi Sig
ma Iota, secretary of YWCA and
second vice president and pledge
trainer of Alpha Chi Omega.
The Coed Counselor organization
consists of a president; vice presi
dent; two senior board members,
one affiliated and one unaffiliated;
eight junto.- board members, of
which at least two must be affili
ated and two unaffiliated; six soph
omore board members, of which
at least two must be unaffiliated
and two affiliated, and a v maxi
mum of 150 Big Sisters.
Candidates for Senior Board
Cynthia Henderson: A junior in
Arts and Sciences and member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, she is pres
ident of Panhellenic Council and a
member of AUF Board, Theta Sig
ma Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta and
Gamma Alpha Chi. As a Coed
Counselors Board member, she was
in charge of installation of Big Sis
Barbara Pape: She is a junior
in Teachers College and a member
of Towne Club. Past secretary of
Coed Counselors, she is a WAA rep
resentative and a member of Tas
sels and Physical Education Club
Eleanor von Bargen: A junior
in Teachers College, she is treas
ured of A.C.E. and member of Al
pha Lambda Delta, Gamma Delta,
Lutheran Chapel Choir and Union
Special Activities Committee.
Virginia Wilcox: A past Coed
Counselors Board member, she was
charge of Penny Carnival. She is
a junior in Teachers College, mem
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi, secretary
of Red Cross College Unit and final-
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The Outside World'
Vote To Kill Tax Cuts
By DICK RALSTON
A close vote is expected to kill Democratic proposed tax cuts when
they come to a showdown sometime Tuesday. The proposal would
cut $20 from the income levy against the taxpayer for each dependent
except a wife. The cuts would be limited largely to those making
less than $5,000 a year. To offset the loss in revenue, the Democratic
bill would also repeal two features of the 1954 tax revision law: re
duced taxes on dividend income and faster depreciation allowances for
Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) has labeled the issue as being between
"the American people" and "big business corporations." However,
Secretary of the Treasury George M. Humphrey has cited the resultant
inflation as working a greater burden on the people, and called it
"misleading to argue, that (the plan) is really in the interests of the
'little fofts.' M
SAC To Meet H-Bomb Attacks
The Strategic Air Command will rot need await specific orders
to send out immediate counter-attacking H-bombers in the event of
a sneak attack against the United States, according to a firm order
handed down by the military high command.
The law states that only the President may order the use of atomic
weapons, but the order makes provision for an emergency in which the
Chief Executive might be incapacitated or isolated.
Hoover Hits Lending Agencies
The Hoover Commission has turned its "effeciency" guns on the
104 federal lending agencies. The commission, headed by former
President Herbert Hoover, reported that federal loans, guarantees and
insurance amount to $224 billion.
The report recommended that some of the agencies should be
liquidated, and others put under private-government operation with
higher charges to make! them self-sufficient. These recommendations
would save the government some $200 million, according to the report.
ist for 1955 Typical Nebraska Coed.
Candidates for Junior Board are:
Carol Anderson: She is a junior
in Teachers College and member of
Towne Club, BABW Board, Red
Cross Board, Aquaquettes and Al
pha Lambda Delta, past worker in
YWCA and historian of Kappa Phi.
As a Coed Counselors Board mem
ber, she was in charge of the
spring mass meeting and the sec
ond semester freshman party.
Jody Chapula: Ah outstanding
Coed Counselor this year, Miss
Chapula is a sophomore and mem
ber of Alpha Xi Delta, YWCA
Cabinet and NUCWA. She is treas
urer of Alpha Lambda Delta.
Marilyn Christenson: A sopho
more in Teachers College and
member of Alpha Omicrons Pi,
she was an outstanding Coed Coun
selor, member of YWCA Project
Council and an AUF worker.
Barbara Eicke: An outstanding
Coed Counselor, she is a sopho
more in Business Administration
and activities chairman of Alpha
Omicron Pi. She is assistant busi
ness manager of The Nebraskan,
Builders worker, members of AWS
House of Representatives, Band,
Alpha Lamda Delta and Gamma
Alpha Chi and winner of a Biz Ad
(Cont. on page 4)
Dorothy Frank and Shirley Jesse
have been nominated for president
of the Women's Athletic Associa
tion. The runner-up candidate will
be vice president.
Only members of the WAA may
vote for officers in the associa
tion. Miss Frank is intramural co
ordinator of WAA, a member of
BABW Board and president of
Miss Jesse is secretary of WAA,
a member of the Union Board,
Orchesis and Alpha Omicron Pi
Candidates for secretary are
Mary Kay Beachler and Phyllis
Miss Beachler is treasurer of
WAA, a member of AUF and
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Miss Cast is publicity chairman
of WAA, member of Coed Coun
selor Board and Delta Delta Delta.
Candidates for treasurer art
Jane Jeffery and Sarol Wiltse.
Miss Jeffery is a member of th
WAA Council, Tassels and Kappa
Miss Wiltse is assistant intra
mural coordinator of WAA and
Interviews will be held from 4
to 6 p.m. Thursday for the re
maining positions on the WAA
Council. These appointments will
be made by both old and new
members of the Board. To be
eligible fo. appointment, the ap
plicant must have at least a 5.0
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