The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 25, 1955, Image 1

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    Twonty-Four Fraternities
Dvy CEuoiryses
Twenty-four fraternities are en
tered in the Interfraternity Ivy
Day Sing, Al Anderson, president
of Kosmt Klub, has announced.
According to the rules adopted
Jan. 20, only fraternity songs may
be sung, the minimum-maximum
number of singers has been set at
15-25 and no soloists or medleys
are allowed.
The following fraternities have
selected their house songs: "Aca
cia Forever;" Alpha Tau Omega,
"Girl of Gold and Blue;" Beta
Sigma Psi, "The Sweetheart
Song;" Beta Theta Pi, "The Lov
ing Cup," and Delta Upsilon,
"Come Raise a Glass."
Other fraternities include
Farmhouse, "Faith of Farm
house;" Kappa Sigma, "The Girl
of Kappa Sig"; Phi Chi (Medical),
"Phi Chi Fraternity Song"; Sigma
Ag Fraternities
Decline Part
The Ag fraternities, Alpha Gam
ma Sigma, Alpha Gamma Rho
and FarmHouse, have abstained
from membership in the IFC Elec
tions committee, Ag fraternity
representatives said.
Ag elections will be run as they
were previous to the organization
of the IFC committee, John Olsen,
president of FarmHouse said.
Candidates will be named from
all three houses, and each house
will support its own man, Olsen
There will be no form of caucus
of the three groups backing only
one man, he said.
The Ag groups felt that the fra
ternity system would be in no
danger of losing Ag Student Coun
cil representation by not uniting
behind the Ag candidate, Al
Schmid, AGR president, said.
Olsen agreed with Schmid and
said that there would be no com
mittee to regulate Ag elections.
Because there are only three Ag
fraternities, Olsen said that Ag
fraternity members felt that the
best man would be elected.
They felt that the representation
would be passed around from
house to house and the best man
might not always be elected, Ol
sen said.
Thiy is not necessarily a perma
nent separation, Boyd Stuhr, pres
ident of AGS, said.
If the Ag fraternities ever
wished to rejoin the IFC commit
tee, they would do so, Stuhr said.
V. T. Miller, Theta XI, is chair
man of the newly organized com
mittee, which will back IFC-spon-sored
candidates in Student Coun
cil elections.
Grad Coffee
A coffee hour for graduate stu
dents will be held Friday from
4 to 6 p.m. in the Union Music
Room. Refreshments will be
Upper Ten Per
Students who ranked scholastic
ally in the upper 10 per cent of
their class and college for first se
mester have been named by the
Office of Registration and Rec
ords. Names are arranged in alpha
betical order rather than in order
of rank:
Freshmen (8.438 - 7.125)
Janice K. Bantam, Orleans
Barbara 3. Barkmeier, Eater
Jean M. Bennett, North Platte
Betty I. Cander, Humboldt
Dorothy A. Dicke. Palisade
Evonne J. Sinspahr, Imperial
Eldon E. Ervin, McCook
Robert D. Clock. Rising City
Jane J. Greenawalt. Lincoln
Billy D. Griffith, Cozad
Jamet F. Janulewicz, Lincoln
Andria Kleinhofs. Lincoln
Ixmjik Klima, Milligaa
Delbert W. Kuhlman, Bloomfield
Jane A. Midland, Lincoln
Phyllit A. Nelson. Craig
Marcia L. Nixon, Norfolk
T Tlra t.lvnlll
Sue C Petersen. Wakefield
Bernard D. Rohrlt. Friend "
Harriet E. Seville. Lincoln
Sally K. Schwantie, Columbia
Vernon L. Soudera, Anaclmo
Edward W Stoller. Indianola
' Willa 3. Waldo, DeWttt
Jackie Whittle, Oakley. Idaho
Sophomores (8.647 - 7.235
Dorothy 3. Benge, Benkelman
Barry W. Bob. Lincoln
Ie E. Damkroaer. DcWitt
Joanne M. Dudley. Litchfield
James E. Dunn, DeWitt
Nary K. Jamea, Nebraska City
Carolyn M. Johnaon. Greewoof
Richard W. Johnaon, Falrbury
Wary A. Keller, Grant
Albeit L. Lemmer, Atkinson
Merle P. Lockwood, Allen
Linda A. Lochstngcr. Schuyler
Roger A. Moline. York
Caroline S. Rhode. Osceola
Glen R. Samson Rosalie
Wilfred M. Schutz, Eustts
Sue A, Simmons, Hooper
Marian J. Sokol, Loup City .
Jacklyn M. Stanton, Stromabun
Wendell E. Starr, Hastings
Daniel E. Stilwell, TJnadilla
Jamea E. Tamer, Dlller '
Jailors .(8.706 - 7.563)
Tmogene A. Barry. Wahoo
Betty A. Bay. Lincoln
Richard P. Buntz, Oveson, Mo.
Marvin E. Coffey, Phillips
Russell C. Lant. Crii
Dorothy H. Matzke. Lincoln
Addison B Maunder, Rome, Italy
GeraM M Musiler, Richland
Raymond E. Nelson. Bertrand
Marx C. Petersen, Central City
Virgina H. Reeves. Central City
Robert E. Stepanek. DuBoit
Alpha Epsilon, "Largo"; Sigma
Alpha Mu, "When Day Is Done";
Sigma Chi, "Sweetheart of Sigma
Chi"; Sigma Nu, "White Star of
Sigma Nu"; Sigma Phi Epsilon,
"Little Girl of S. P.C."
Other entries include: Tau Kcp
pa Epsilon, "Teke Sweetheart
Song"; Theta Chi, "Song of Theta
Chi;" Theta Xi, "Hail to Theta
Xi"; Zeta Beta Tau, "My Brother,
Here's My Hand"; Phi Delta
Theta, "Drums of Phi Delta
Theta"; Phi Kappa Psi, "Phi Psi
Drinking Song"; Phi Gamma Del
ta, "Fiji War Chant"; Pi Kappa
Phi, "Toast to Our Brothers";
Alpha Gamma Rho, "A. G. P.
Ran Song"; Delta Tau Delta,
"My Delta Queen," and Phi Rho
Sigma, "Medical Students Pray
A petition circulated last fall
concerning the definite rules and
restrictions set down by Kosmet
Klub caused the re-evaluation of
Ivy Day Sing administration. Aft
er proposals for joint sponsorship
by Kosmet Klub and Phi Mu Al
pha Sinfonia, Innocents Society
delegated sole authority for the
1955 male sing to Kosmet Klub.
Mortar Board will handle the
details of the women's sing in the
same capacity as Innocents.
Ivy Day
Sing Rules
Rules for the Ivy Day Inter-
sorority Sing, sponsored by Asso
ciated Woman Students, have been
announced by Janice Yost, chair
Organized women's groups, ex
cept honoraries, having at least
eight and not more than 25 mem
bers including the director may
participate. Freshman women are
eligible to participate.
No professional person may as
sist in the preparation of the song,
although non-professional alumnae
help may be used. The director of
the group is required to be an ac
tive member of the group she rep
resents. Songs may be medleys, but can
not be longer than five minutes
or used last year.
A fee of $3 should be submitted
with the director's name, the
name of the song and a list of
singers in alphabetical order to
Janice Yost at the Alpha Phi
house. The $3 should be paid by
check and made payable to the As
sociated Woman Students. Dead
line is noon, April 1.
TC Seniors To Attend
Coffee Hour On Sunday
Coffee hour for seniors in Teach
ers College will be Sunday from
3 to S p.m. in Ellen Smith Hall.
It is sponsored by the Advisory
Board to the Dean of Teachers
College. !
Marlys Johnson is chairman for
the coffee hour.
Cent In All Classes
Dale D. Srakenboltz, Lincoln
Milan O. Tomek. Tabic Rock
Ray H. Twehoug, Aurorc
Ruth E. Vollmer, Verdon
Arley D. Waldo, DeWttt
Wanda M. Westerhoff, Sidney
Sealers .(8.706 - 7.765)
Fred J. Adams, Lincoln
Marilyn M. Batie, LincUn
Alois A. Bell, Blootnfield
Jaoguelyn M. Calvin, Ravenna
Janice E. Emry, Virginia
Helen B. Hecht, Chapman
Willard E. Holtz, Lincoln
Ralph J. Enobel, Powell
Gerald T. Kranan, Bladen
Joanne C. Malicky. Barnestoa
Milton W. Meyer, Utice
Pauline E. MHIen. Albioa
Richard N Mills. Omaha
Dale L. Nitrcl, Archer
Chlorycc J. Ode, Sioux City. la
Richard J. Spady, Ayr
Rolla C. Swanson, Waverly
Donna B. Tobin. Lincoln
Freshmen (8.500 - 7.400)
. Richard K. Andrews, Lincoln
Joanne E. Bender, Weeping Water
Beverly A. Buck, Lincoln
Charles A. Dobry. St. Paul
Julie M. Fahnestcck. Des Plains, ID.
Donald W Goln. Buffalo, Wyo.
. Marilyn Heck. California, Mo.
Caroid A. Hentzen. Seward
Lee K.. Hermann. Lincoln
David N. Holcomb, Hartinrton
Janice A. Kraus, Niantic, Conn.
Martin R. Lohff, Holstein, la.
Barbara A. Millnitz, Plain view
Erik D. Olsen, Omaha
Larry D. Ruth, Lincoln
Julie H. Sena. Beatrice
Barbara J. Sharp. Omaha
Biruta Staklis Lincoln
Rudolf Strukow, Lincoln
Peggy A. Volzke, Broken Bow
Arthur L. Weaver, Lincoln
Joan A. Weens, Meadow Grova .
John H. Weiler Jr.. Lincoln
Mary R. Weisel, Falrbury
Sophomores .(8.611 7.556)
Rex. C. B osier. Holdreae
Jo A. Can-. Seward
Marie A. Duerr. Louisville
Donald D. Ehlera, Columbus
Robert J. Hayek, Seward
Alan J. Hceger. Omaha
Sharon K. Hocker, Lincoln
Shirley E. Holcomb. Hastings
Neison R. Jensen, Pawnee City
Sondra D. Knotck, Lincoln
Stephen H. Leeper. Hastings
William F Manke, Lincoln
Roger K. Martingly, Grand Island
Patricia A. Mc'Dougall, Lincoln
Beverly F. Pagel, Lincoln ,
Sandra J. Reimers, Lincoln
Ronald D. Schneider, Plattsmouth
Maurice D. Skeith. Dea Moines, la.
Philip C. Sorensen, Lincoln
Luciograce Switzcr. Grand Island
Gerald V. Wilson, Lincoln
Jmliri (9.500 - 7.923)
Karen E. Bfghtol, Lincoln
Clcnna B, Berry, Onawa, la.
Ronnie J, Bonder. Lincoln
James S. Carson, Norfolk
Joanna . Dailey, Omaha
Vol. 55, No. 65
Council Postpones Action
fifeiv Council Proposal
The current proposal before the Student Council concerning the
limitation -of individual activity participation is entitled "Policy of
Limiting Leadership Responsibility."
Under the new plan, an individual cannot hold more than one
presidency, nor belong to more than two organizations as a board
member or above.
Membership in Kosmet Klub, Corn Cobs, Tassels and Student
Council is considered equal to a board position.
Membership in the following organizations is also affected:
CCRC, Ag and city YWCA, AWS, Coed Counselors, Nebraskan,
Cornhusker, BABW, AUF, Builders, Red Cross, Union (board and
committee chairmen), WAA, IFC, NUCWA, Ag YMCA, PAM Council,
Women's Dorm Council and Inter-Co-Op Council.
Any person found in violation of the policy would be required to
drop the last acquired position.
It would be necessary for a board member (or a person of equal
status) to have a 5.0 cumulative averag; and an officer would be
required to have a 5.7 cumulative average.
The Dean of Student Affairs office would notify the Council of
violations. A standing committee of the Council would handle
The policy would go into effect immediately after passage by the
Council, but it would not be retroactive.
The committee proposal states that its action is in accordance
with powers of the Council. Enforcement would be carried out
through Council removal of officers from unsanctioned positions and
the power of the Council to revoke constitutions of organizations.
Regulations Explained
SC Election Filings
Open Until Saturday
All Student Council election , re
sults will be announced the same
day, said Glenna Berry, member
of the elections committee. Both
organizational and college election
results will be announced on May
10, the day after the college elec
tions, according to the new policy,
she added.
The purpose of this new policy
is to allow a student to file only
once, either from an organization
or a college.
College filings are open until Sat
urday noon. There can be no with
drawals. Organizational filings are
closed. A student can withdraw
frcm an organizational filing only
if the electon has not been held.
The colleges with the number
of their representatives are: Agri
culture, 1 woman and 1 man; Arts
and Scieu-e, 1 woman and 1 man;
Engineering, 2; Business Admin
istration, 2; Law, 1; Pharmacy, 1;
Dentistry, 1; and Teachers, 3 at
least 1 woman and 1 man. An ap
plication requires 25 signatures
Janet L. Gordon. Lincoln
Robert L. Haag, Hartley
Micheal A. Hickey. Dugway, Utah
Margot A. Hunt, Lincoln
Gail R. Katskee. Lincoln
Jeanne Loomia. Omaha
Richard H. Lynch. Fairbury
Dorothy C. McLaughlin. Grand Island
Roger W. Newman. Hastings
Cathryn A. Olds. Omaha
Nancy Pitzer, Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
James A. Rogers, Lincoln
Shirley J. Rosenberg, Lincoln.
Charles L. Smith Jr., Central City
Joyce A. Walla. Lincoln
Charles R, B. Wright, Lincoln
Seniors (8.647 - 7.813)
Jeanne S. Beck. Lincoln
Carleton A. Berreckman, North Platte
Thelma A. Cox, Lincoln
Lyle W. Dcnniaton, Nebraska City
Barbara M. Flanagan, Hastings
Mary A. Gattia, Harvey, III.
David M. Gradwohl, Lincoln
Dorothy M. Meaner, Central City
Kathleen O'Donnell, Lexington
Paul J. O'Donnel Jr., Omaha
Jean M. Sandstedt, Lincoln
Robert M. Sandstedt, Lincoln
Paul E. Schecle, Lincoln
Juris Silcmekt, Lincoln
Sister Marie A. Allard, Lincoln
Sister Mary L. O'MjIley, Lincoln
Donald L. Summers, Hershey
Fred S. Van Vleck, Clearwater
Gerald M. Weinberg, Lincoln
Ann L. Workman, Atlanta, Ga.
Freshmen .(8.500 - 6.875)
Warren B Burt, Scarsdale. N. V.
Duane R. Chittenden, Meadow Grove.
Alan D. Chunks, Omaha
William R. Dahl, Alliance
William L. Edwards. Wahoo '
John W. Fristoe, Lincoln
Donald D. Heiliger, Lincoln
Morgan F. Holmes. Omaha
David A. Johnson. Lincoln
Doris J. Johnson. North Platte
Barnard L Kelly, Sargent
Ronald H. Kohlp- cr. Craii
Louis E. Lenhardt, Beatrice
Jo Ann A. Sander. Omaha
Patricia A. Schallcr, So. Sioux City
Kenneth M. Snider, Lincoln
Marion M. Welsh, Lincoln
Sophomores (8.471 - 6.583) '
Donald A. Boettcner. Wymote
Betty M. Branch, Omaha
Polly A. Downs, Lincoln
Barbara A. Eicce. Rosalie
Victor H. Golletz. Homewood. 111.
William L. Goodwin, Galesburt, 111.
Robert T. Green, BrookficU. IU.
Robert L. Jensen, Bit Springs
Leland B. Jones, Pilger
John R, Mayberry. Kearney
Dean L. Parks, Lexington
Marlow M. Patton, Spencer
Richard E, Pocras, Lincoln
Harold A. Rank. York
Richard A. Remington, Lincoln
Jerry N. Rounsavell. Lincoln
Howard H. Spearow Sidney
Larry A. Straahcitn, Kimball
Jgaieri (8.333 - 7.176)
Frank R. Cepcl, Gibbon
James K. Feese. Tecumseh
Robert A. Flcmmana, Doniphan
Charles T. Koetug, Cozad
of students in the particular col
lege. The approved forms of cam
paigning include: Classified ads in
The Nebraskan; sandwich signs
on students; posters on bulletin
boards with the signature of the
Dean of Student . Affairs or any
other required signatures; and
speeches, not skits.
Devices used for magnifying the
human voice may be used from
7:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. inside
the campus. If anything is used
outside the official campus boun
daries, it must have the approval
of the City Council. If anything is
inside the campus but causes a
nuisance outside the campus, it is
subject to police action.
Candidates are allowed to parti
cipate in any Student Council spon
sored assemblies or any other
forms approved by the election
committee. No other publicity is
No campaigning of any type is
allowed on election day, May 9.
Karl and J. Kuhlmann. Chest 3
Arlen J. Kuklin, Omaha
Gale A. Lair. Omaha
David N. McOatnmon. Lincoln
Jack L. Moore, Grand Island
John S. Moran, Altoona, Pa.
Patricia A. Morgan, Orleans
John H. Otten, Omaha
Rcxford K. Paul, Lincoln
James E. Peterson, Gering
Kenneth A. Putzier, Lincoln
Ralph R. Rettlaff, Lincoln
Myron R. Rigeert. Hoskins
Frederick J. Saathoff, Bloomington
Sol B. Stiss. Omaha
Eugene Syncvec, Lincoln
Sealers (8.556 - 7.471)
Donovan E. Andersen. Bassett
Keith E. Clouse, Friend
Kmeat L. Enkc, Emerson
Wilma L, French. Broken Bow
Roger A. Graul. Roca
Gnnnar H. Green. Oslo, Norway
Raymond R. Hruby, Cereaco
Gerald L. Igou, Lincoln
Thomas Iward. Bonn, Germany
Jerry J. Jensen. Plattsburg, Mo.
Kay D. Jones. Fairbury
Homer B. Ksmison, Flundrem, 8. D.
Jo Ann Knapp, Lincoln
Ann L. Launer, Grand Island
John R. LorthK Waco
Keith A. Magneson. Red Oak, la.
Carl G. Mammd. Omaha
James R. May, Lincoln
Robert J Mooney, Plymouth
G. Kay P. Myers, Lincoln
Allen L. Overcash, Lincoln
Norman D. Rasmtissen. Omaha
Kay R. Ycitcr. Cozad
Freshmen .( 7.235)
Warren L. Diefendorf. WatervilleKan.
Warren J. Hicknan. Lincoln
Richard G. Rob-rts. Twin Falls, Idaho
Lowell A. Spencer Jr.. Broken bow
Sophomores (8.278 - 7.389)
William 3 Powell. Lincoln
Harold E. Rotenau. Geneva
John R. Vacek. Lincoln
Juniors (7.471 . 7.235)
Marvin B. Meyer, Lincoln
Dtsrell G. Morcland, Lincoln
Jamea R. PlihM, Linncoln
Seniors (7.533 - 7.200)
Victor J. Easteo. Lincoln
William T. Greer. Lincoln ,
Jamea E. Thomas. Lincoln
Freshmen (7.875 - 6.714)
Glenn E. Anderson, Lincoln
Rowan C. Belknap, Lincoln
Dwight D. Boesigcr, Cortland
Marlyn G. Carlson. Wausa
Jerome J. Codr, (."lyases
Willis E. Day. Falrbury
J ere A. DeVilbiss. Ainswonh
Harry F. Dingman. Lincoln
Marion L. Groteluschen, Columbus
Dale F. Heermann, Scribner
Caroid D. Hildreth, Lincoln
Robert A. Jameson, Scotia, N.Y.
John W. Kinnier, Spalding
Henry Kumagai, North Platte
Vtldon N. Lewis, Fremont
Norman T. Micek. Shelby
Gt-oin G. Rothwcll. Lincoln
Vernon R. Schoeo, Norfolk
University of Nebraska
Copy Editor
Student Council ' voted Wednes
day to table until its next meet
ing action on the proposal to limit
leadership responsibility in activi
ties. Bill Devries, representing a
group of senior men, told the Coun
cil that the proposed policy limit
ing leadership responsibility would
be a "detriment to the Univer
sity." Murt Pickett, chairman of the
committee to investigate Universi
ty activities, presented the propo
sal of her committee to the Coun
cil and told the group that it merit
ed "long and thorough discussion."
The committee's plans had previ
ously been approved by the Coun
cil and Miss Pickett explained that
the policies she presented were the
"legislative part of the proposal."
A two-thirds vote by the Council
members suspended the rules en
abling Devries to speak. Devries
asked the Council to delay action
on the proposal until Wednesday
when he and members of his group
would be able to present results
of their research and of a national
poll by a national magazine.
Eight Innocents
Dan Rasdal, senior Council mem
ber, questioned Devries on the
membership of his group and
asked him if the majority of the
group were not members of the
Innocents Society. Devries an
swered that the majority were
Innocents. Rasdal asked for a spe
cific number and Devries men
tioned the number, eight, after ex
plaining that the movement was
not a movement of the Innocents
Devries said the committee felt
"very strongly in relation to this."
He said that his group would like
to present their views in evidence
of the committee's research con
cerning the "relation of college ac
tivities to the total University pic
ture." A substitute for the Council com
mittee's proposal had not been for
mulated by the senior men's com
mittee, Devries said. Some limita
tions might be necessary, he said,
but "the pendulum has swung too
far the other way."
"If compromise is necessary,"
Plan For Spring Event
To Be Completed Friday
Plans for an all-campus spring
activity have been completed, Tom
Woodward, chairman, reported.
Final details and a formal re
port to be submitted to the Stu
dent Council will be drawn up at
a meeting Friday at 3 p.m. in the
Council office.
Malvern K. Seagren. Wausa
Jerry E. Sinor. Cozad
Ronald R. Smith, St. Edward
Russell G. Steeves, Fremont
Gregory E. Stillman, Scotia
Karl J Turecek, Kansas City, Mo.
William M. Whitmer, Lincoln
James E. Wilkinson, Lincoln
James A. Williams, Wahoo
Sophomores J 8.444 7.059)
Elga Adminis, Lincoln
John A. Ball, Ravenna
Philip G. Bernard, Lincoln
Francis L. Bowcn. Lincoln
Harry A. Brindley. Whittier, Calif.
Melvin F. Earnest, Milford
William E. Ehrett, Fairbury
William M. Kimberly. Lincoln
William C. Kinsel, Lincoln
Richard D. Kissinger. Lincoln
Walter M. Under. Axtell
Rodney K. Madsen. Dell Rapids. S D.
Marvin G. McNeice, DeQueen, Ark.
Virgil G. Meedel, Columbus
Ralph L. Mortimore, Palmyra
Russell L Nielsen. Lincoln
Aaron E. Schlipmann, Scottkbluff
James W. Souders, Anaclmo
Olgcrta Stauefs. Chicago. IU.
Victor A. Weis. Humphrey
Juniors (8.353 7.400)
Earl F. Barnette, Holdreae
Joseph F. Bicajc, Dodge
Paula M. Broady. Lincoln
Dennis L. Coleman, Stapleton
Harry C. Collins, Grand Island
Wallts R Cramond, Cheyenne. Wyo.
James L. Eagen, Omaha ,
Joftn R. Fagan, Lincoln
Ralpt) F. Foral. Omaha
John H. Hacker. Lincoln
Dennis D. Huffman, Omaha
Von A. Innes. Phiiltpaburg, Kan.
Gary H. Johnson. Lincoln
Arthur T. May, Lincoln
John V. Skinner, Gering
Dennis D. Sousek. Clarkson
John R. Toman, Plattsmouth
Elvin D. Vachal, Staplchurst
Marvin L. Vanek, Grand Island
Irvrn F. Wagner, Oakdale
Dale R. Want, Wahoo
' Seniors (8.833 r 6.952)
Eugene M. Aksmit. Wilber
James L. Atkinson. Brady
John P. Beggin. Apple River. III.
Heinz W. Bergmann, Bochum. Germany
Ramon J. Brown. Wrmore
John M. Denny, Glenwood. It.
Leland R. Dobler, York
Robert L. Dostal, Schribner
Gerald W. Eriksen, Omaha
Franklin S. Evans. Wisner
Rodnev J. Furate, Lincoln
Darrell H. Grot hen, Juniata
Jack J. Hayden, Falls City
Paul R. Jordan, Lincoln
Gary R. Koherstetn. Lewellen
Keith D. Kroll, Lincoln
Glenn R. N orris. Lincoln
Alan D. Petersen, Lincoln
William D. Rasdal, Ogalltla
Robert S. Schwantie, Columbus
Jack G. Stiehl. Hay Springs
Lyle K. Tandtrup, Lincoln
Grant Q. Whitney. Ainsworlli
Cat A. Yost, Harvard
Devries said, "perhaps compro
mise is the solution." The pro
posed action limits "one's think
ing," DeVries said, and in effect
says "I am not competent to
judge for myself how many activi
ties I should participate in."
National Poll
Art Raun, senior Council mem
ber, said Devries' statements were
nothing more than debate and if
the senior men's committee had
anything to present to the Coun
cil, the information should be
placed in the hands of one of its
representatives on the Council. He
also said that a national poll would
not necessarily be applicable in the
University situation.
Sam Ellis, sophomore Council
member, said the proposal would
stifle male interest in activities
and, at the present time, there is
already a large disinterest in ac
tivities by men.
G u n n a r Green, Cosmopolitan
Club Council representative, said
that there is presently a circula
tion of people among the major ac
tivity officers.
Skip Hove, junior Council mem
ber, questioned Miss Pickett as to
where the persons were to be found
who would fill the vacancies
caused by the effects of the pro
posed plan.
Miss Pickett said that there "are
not as many vacancies as you
might think. There is a surplus of
talent at this University," she said.
Appeals System
Dick Fellman, junior Council
member, asked Miss Pickett if
there would be a system of ap
peals for the plan. She said there
was no special system of appeals,
but as in any Council action, ap
The Outside World
Reds Propose Disarming
" Staff Writer
Russia has made a new proposal for world disarmament according
to Pravda, the Communist party organ. Pravda said the proposal
was made to the five-nation U.N- disarmament subcommittee at secret
talks now being held in London.
The proposal, according to Pravda, calls for destruction of all
nuclear weapons and 50 per cent cut in conventional weapons within
six months, and another 50 per cent cut within the following six months,
leaving participating countries with 25 per cent of present conventional
weapons and no nuclear weapons. Policing of the countries would be
accomplished by inspection teams residing within the country, ex
plained, Pravda.
Scientists Boycott Conference
Refusal to allow the appearance of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer as
a guest lecturer because of his "governmental relationship" has forced
the University of Washington to cancel an important scientific confer
ence. Seven of eight scientists who were scheduled to have led tht
conference have refused to appear because of the Oppenheimer ban.
junior prrnsioN
Freshmen (8.067 - 6.938)
Gretchen D. Christopher. Schuyler
Clarrce L. Evans. Blootnfield
Jacqueline J. Higher. Beatrice
Roberta J. Holt, Blair
AUred J. Kortum, Lincoln
June H. Stefanisin, Lincoln
Dale J. Wenzingcr, Blue Hitl
Sophomores (8.000 - 7.947)
Gretchen Gladstone. Nebraska City.
Patricia A. Nixon. South Sioux City
Freshmen .(7.400 - 6.813)
Jerry A. Graves. Omaha
Karen I. Greenlee, Pierce
Sophomores (7.357 - 6.813)
Judy Anderson. Omaha
Pearl M. Bremer, Stanton
Juniors (8.529 - 7.357)
Verdel D. Ruwe, tvayne
Jack K. Wicr, Lincoln
Seniors (8.059 - 7.944)
Lynn R. Brady, Shelton
Edwia A. Mueksch, Hay Springs
Freshmen .(7.941 - 6.576)
Carol S. Asbury, St Joseph. Mo.
Helen M. Barnette. Holdrcge
Norma J. Bastard. Norfolk
Anne L. Brooks. Rogby, Tenn.
Walter E. Carlson, Lincoln
Veloa M. Clegs, Gothenburg
Barbara J. Couse. McCook
Martha J. Danielson. Lincoln
Anne Desmond. Lincoln
Charlotte A. Drishaus, Beatrice
Karen J. Dryden. North Platte
Marian M. Elder. North Platte
Sharon L. France, Syracuse
Kay S. Gleason, Beatrice
Helen E. Gouriay, Lincoln
Helen H. Hawke, Lincoln
Sara H. Hubka, Beatrice
Barbara A. Kellcy, Grand bland
Joan M. Kluge. Lincoln
Donna M. Koahler. Geneva
Sally B. Laase, Lincoln
Jean K. Lammli, Stantoa
Judith Lundt, Omaha
Carol E. Madison, Lisco
Marcia A. Masters, Strarton
Blaine E. McClary, Alliance
Patricia A. McMillan. Ogailala
Carol A. McMullen, Lincoln
Shirley A. Periette, Madrid
Wandt B. Peters. Gordon t
Donna J. Purbaugh. Lincoln
Joyce A. Roll. Friend
Nancy J. Salter. Lincoln
Marlene A. Santm. Palmer
lirena D. 3cott. Lincoln
Francis 3. StMughnewy, Berrnuad t
Sondra Sherman, Lincoln
Janice M. Shraoc, South Sioux City
Janet R. Shuman, aVllevue
Joseph W. Stoll, Lincoln
Elaine J. Untencher, Lincoln
Marilyn M. "W?:, Lincoln
Jun G. Wagner. Carroll
Barbara B. Yokel. Friend
Beverlye J. Young. Broken Bow
Sophomores (8.188 - 7.118)
Carol N. Anderson. Lincoln
Doris J. Anderson, South Sioux City
Lane F. Birkel. David City
Jo Ann Ciulupa. aiallui
Friday, March 25, 1955
peals could be made through tht
Council judiciary committee, tht
subcommittee on student activities
and the Faculty Committee on Stu
dent Affairs.
Miss Pickett said that the effect
of the committee's proposal would
be to teach many people how to
do things. There is much unused
talent on campus, she said.
Norm Veitzer, IFC Council rep
resentative, told the Council that
organizations, when choosing offi
cers, consider the amount of time
and the number of activities a per
son has before nominating him for
Andy Smith, Builders Council
representative, and Norm Kreutz,
Corn Cobs representative, said Kos
met Klub and Cobs who choose
their members iii the late spring
would be hurt by the part of the
proposal which eliminates mem
bership by an individual in the
last position he acquired.
Voice Vote
Commenting on the effect of the
proposal on activities, Miss Pick
ett said, "If no one is interested
in an activity, it should cease to
Rasdal said that individuals
should devote more time to spe
cific activities instead of trying to
participate in as many as possi
ble. The goal of most activity par
ticipants, he said, is Innocents and
Mortar Board. He said that the
number of activities is not the on
ly deciding factor in selection for
membership in Innocents.
Fellman moved to table the com
mittee's proposal after saying
"nothing new has been said." The
motion to table the proposal waa
approved by a voice vote.
Marilyn A. Dow, Belevidere
Jeanne C. Elliott, Scottsbluff
Robert L. Graham. Lincoln
Helen E. Hemphill. Tekamaa
Catherine A. H odder. Lincoln
Karen A. Holte. Grand Mara is. Mina.
Jean E. Heuftle. Euatis
Barbara G. Jelgerhuis, Huron, S.D.
Lois J. Kattler. Lincoln
Maxine M. Klein, David City
Shirley M. McKellip. Flandreaa, S.D-
Esther McNulty, Lincoln
Carolyn Mingus, Ravenna
Robert L. Niemann, Hebron
Mary S. Rohittaugh. Hastings
Barbara 3. Rstrom. Bayard
Len R. Schropfer. MUllgaa
Karen A. Smets. Ord
Sandra E. Speicher, Omaha
Patricia J. Stafford. Lincoln
Mary 3. Thompson, Lincoln
Rosemary L. Weeks. Kearney
Jnniers (8.824 - 771)
Patricia J. Alvord. Lincoln
William C. Bush. Lincoln
Phyllit J. Cast, Lincoln
Mary L. Domingo. Weeping Water
Robert A. Dye, Ord
Margaret E. Elliott. Mineral Wells, Tea.
Suzanne M. Good. Lincoln
Jamea R. Harkins, Hastings
Grace Harvey, Logan. la,
Diane R. Irvin. Lincoln
Leola S. Janzen. Lincoln
Joan M. Kucaba, Friend
Irma J. Laase, Lincoln
Marlin L. Languis, Adams
Nancy A. Mayborn, Scottsbhiff
J ere D. McGaffey, Nebraska City
Phyllis L Ormesher, Valentine
Margaret I. Otbsck, Ogailala
Frances E. Pickett, Lincoln
Mary A. Pont. Lincoln
Peggy Sand. Nehawka
Agatha F. Schaller. Odell
Melvin C. Thornton. Storm Lake, la,
Carole A. Timm, Eustis
Eleanor A. Von Barten, Ailfaac
Ruth T. West, Creighton
Ann C. Yeakley, Atlanta. Ga.
Seniors (8.846 7.714)
Marymaude Bedford, Geneva
John L. Boha. O'Neill "
Ronald S. Brandt, Neligh
Roger M, Brendle. Lincoln
Marilyn J. Brewster, Hoidreg .
Laura J. Brode, Lincoln
Robert E. Brook. Lincoln
Franklin Y. Christen. Lincoln
Barbara L. Colbert, falli City.
Ruth E. Cowel. DeWitt
Beverly A. Davis, Lincoln
Raymond B. ElweU. Beatrice
Phyllis I. Franklin, Atwood, Kaa.
Fay T. Freauf, Lincoln
Delore A. Gerdes. Otnahi
Marguerite A. H alias, OtinAa
Mildred E Hansen. Marenrttp , ?.
Nancy L. Hegstrom.. W.v-.-:y i '
Barbara K. Jones. Hasting .
Joyce Laase. Lureotn
Lydia Lcml, jUnroM
F. Bert Linn. KunbaXi
Roma J. M:iifr. Ijncom
Vadea T. Milisr. Palisade
Jane E. Muiiarky. (cnaha n
Helen V. Netsoa. Bcitrand .
Monte S. Norton. Lincoln
Suzanne Opitz, Omaha
Patricia A. Ptak. Tyndall. S T
Gary E. Renzeiman. Scottsbluff
Barbara K. Schmoker, Lincoln
Gloria L White. Scottsblulf
kUorneU T. WoUe. Lutaxm
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