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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1956)
The Religious Week
Friday; January 6, 1956
Baptists and Disciples of Christ
Sunday: 5 p.m. Fellowship, sup
per, worship and forum.
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. worship.
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. chapel.
Thursday: 4 p.m. coke and dis
cussion. Lutheran Student Foundation
535 North 16th
Sunday: Bible study, 10 a.m.;
worship, 11 a.m.; Vespers, 6:15
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more than 18 hours (17 hours in
Arts and Sciences.)
Students registering for evening
classes in the Extension Division"
in addition to regular classes,
should have their advisor make
out a drop and add worksheet,
vhich the students will take to the
Extension Division, 101 Architec
tural Hall for processing, Mrs.
Fees will be payable for under
graduate students with last names
beginning with letters A to G, Mon
day, Jan. 30: H to N. Tuesday.
Jan. 31, and O to 2, Wednesday,
Students who cannot cav their
fees on the assigned day may cith
er claim their registration and
pay their fees with a late fee of
$3.00 on Monday, Feb. 6 or arrange
with a friend, to whom they have
given a check for the amount of
the fees and a set of filled -out per
sonal data cards to claim their
registration for them and pay fees
on the correct day. All payment of
fees will be at the drill floor of
the Military and Naval Science
Each student should bring a pen
cil when he comes to register.
The Assignment Committee will
not have any this time. Each stu
dent should bring his copy of the
schedule, as only one copy per
student was allowed when the
schedules were printed.
Students not completing registra
tion on Jan. 16-13, can do so with
the new students and graduate
students on February 3.
Students in the Graduate Col
lege, and those working for an
advanced professional degree in
teachers College, will register
from Feb. 4 to 18. Late fees for
these students begins on Feb. 13.
Tuesday: Church History Class,
4 p.m.; Church Membership Class,
Sunday: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m.
and 12 noon masses.
Religious classes: 11 a.m. Tues
day and Thursday; 7 p.m. Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
University Episcopal Chapel
346 N. 13th
Sunday: 9 a.m. Holy Commun
ion; 11 a.m. Morning Prayer.
University Lutheran Chapel
15th and Q
Sunday: 10:45 a.m., worship, fol
lowed by election of Assembly of
ficers; 5:30 p.m.. Gamma Delta
supper and election of officers, Bi
Tuesday: 7 p.m., doctrine group.
Wednesday: 7 p.m., choir re
333 N. 14 x
Sunday: 9 a.m. Verse Choir.
Monday: 7 a.m. Bible Study.
Tuesday: 7 p.m. Sigma Eta Chi.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. Vespers.
Sunday: Cost supper, 5 p.m.. fire
side forum, 6 p.m. Rabbi Stern will
speak on the subject. "Jewish In
terpretation of Immortality" at the
Tifereth Israel Synagogue at 32nd
and Sheridan following the supper.
12 & H
Sunday: 11 a.m. services.
Tryouts For Men's
Glee Club Open
Men students interested in try
ing out for membership in the
Men's Glee Club during the second
semester should contact Dale Ganz,
assistant professor, of voice and di
rector of the Glee Club.
Ganz, whose office is Room 14
Music Building, said the deadline
for the tryouts is Jan. 14. Mem
bers of the Glee Club must not be
music majors, he said.
The group consists of 54 members.
Applications for staff positions
on the Nebraskan are now being
cepted. Application blanks can be
picked up in either the Nebras
kan office. Room 20, Union, or the
University's Public Relations of
fice, 1127 R. Street.
Completed application forms
must be returned to the Public
Relations office no later than 5
p.m. Jan. 16.
Staff positions open and salary
are editor, $65; news editor, $45;
managing editor. $45: editorial
page editor, $45; copy editors, $35;
sports editor, $45; agriculture ed
itor, $20; business manaeer. $60:
assistant business managers. $20
plus commission; circulation man
Applicants for staff positions will
be interviewed at the Union, Parlor
A, beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 19, according to Dr. J. W.
Arnold, chairman of the Commit
tee on Student Publications.
The University crops judging
team was honored by the Nebras
ka Crop Improvement Association
Dec. 14 for its 1955 intercollegiate
Team members honored were
Marx Peterson, Boyd Stuhr, and
Wilfred Schutz. Howard Pool, presi
dent, presided at the affair.
The Cornhusker team placed
third in the International Collegiate
Crops Judging Contest in Chicago,
and in the Kansas City competi
tion they were fifth.
Ag Honorary Cites
Sixteen University sophomores
and 19 junior men were honored
for outstanding scholastic achieve
ments by Gamma Sigma Deltar,
honor society of agriculture.
Dean W. V. Lambert of the Col
lege of Agriculture is national pres
ident of the society.
Those honored were:
Sophomores: Marvin Bishop. El-
don Ervin, Robert Clock, Billy
Griffith, James Janulewicz, Duane
Kantor, Andris Kleinhofs.
Delbert Kuhlman. Ernest Nabitv.
Joseph Proskovec. Otto Schiooor-
eit, Wilfred Schutz, Dennis Sedlak,
Edward Stoller, Robert Wiemer
and Paul Yeutter.
Juniors: Howard Atkins, Ivan
Auer, Donald Beck, Barry Bobst,
Dean Bucy, Leo Damkroger, James
Dunn, Richard Johnson, Leslie
Mchargue, Jerry Medley, Roger
Moline. James Peck. Glenn Sam
son, Alvin Siffring, Daniel Still
well, Charles Trumble, James
Turner, Arley Waldo and Arthur
Quad BABW Dance
Selleck Quad and the Barb Ac
tivities Board for Women are spon
soring a dance for all independents
baturday night at Selleck Quad at j
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