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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1956)
Trenlde, Discoe Recognized
At Block And Bridle Dinner
Two members of the University
Block and Bridle Club were recog
nized Tor outstanding achievements
at tbe Club's annual honors ban
quet Friday night.
kle, senior in
Ag Col lege,
Block and Bri
dle Club Merit
1956 and Rob
junior in Ag
Trenkle Place in tne
senior division of the Block and
Rrirflp livestock iudeine contest.
Trenkle's club activities include.
being treasurer and serving on
various committees. He was second
place beef showman in the Block
and Bridle show for 1953.
In 1954. he was again second,
and in 1955 he placed fourth as
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Music From Recent
"Aqua Oscars", the annual Aqua
quettes water show, will be present
ed Thursday and Friday at the
Coliseum pool. Tickets will be 50
cents each. The theme will be built
around music from outstanding
The acts of the show will be: "Ok
lahoma", written by Sally Laase
and Charlotte Johnson, featuring
Ibby Schaffer, Jean Cole, Sally
Wilson, Sarajean Flanagan, Char
lotte Johnson, Jo Devereaux, Joyce
Webster, Joan Webster, Harriet
Feese, Claudia Keys, Suzy Swingle,
Buffy Carpenter, and Mary Ann
"Moulon Rouge," written by Cis
Lonsbrough, featuring Joan Heus
ner, Carol Anderson and Cis Lons
brough. "Bridges at Toko-Ri", written by
Carol Anderson, featuring Sally
Wilson, Carol Smith, Maryclare
Dodson, Linda Levy, Carol Free
man, Carolyn Haught, and Carol
'Siamese Cat", written by Lu
Makepeace, featuring Sally Laase
and Lu Makepeace.
"Stranger 'in Paradise", written
by Maryclare Dodson, featuring
Joan Heusner, Mary , Ann Daly,
Carol Anderson, Charlotte Johnson
and Maryclare Dodson.
. "Haji-Baba", written by Gretch
en Teal and Mary Ann Daly, featur
ing Ibby Schaffer, Joan Webster,
Joyce Webster, Linda Levy, Mar
jorie Holtmeier, Suzy Swingle,
Harriet Feese, Nancy Person and
Mary Ann Daly.
"A Streetcar Named Desire',
written by Joan Heusner, featur
ing Charlotte Johnson, Wendy
Makepeace, Phyllis Gish, Mary
Ann Daly, Sally Lease and Joan
"The Moon Is Blue", written by
Carol Smith, featuring Carol Mat
cha, Sally Wilson, Jo Deveraux,
Carol Smith and Carol Anderson.
"Three Coins in the Fountain"
written by Sally Laase, featuring
Claudia Keys, Wendy Makepeace
and Sally Laase. Also featured in
this act will be three members of
the University swimming team.
"No Business Like Show Busi
ness," featuring Carol Smith, Lin
da Levy, Buffy Carpenter, Sally
"Wilson, Mickey Nichols, Carolyn
Haught, Phyllis Gish, Sally Flana
gan, Carol Freeman, Marje Holt
meier, Wendy Makepeace, Carol
Matcha, Nancy Person, Sally Skutt,
Jean Cole and Claudia Keys,
became director," Snider said.
The officers' special number will
be "Tara's Theme." Miss Dodson,
Corn Cob officer for the com
ing year were announced at an
Initiaiton banquet heid at the Un
ion, Wednesday night.
John Nelson, a junior in ArtB
and Science, wa elected presi
dent; Don Beck, vice president;
Bill DeWulf, secretary, and Char
lie Trumble, treaBur, The three
art ali juniors in the College of
Professor Raymond Dein, Corn
Cob advisor, spoke on upholding
the spirit and ideals of the Uni
versity, New actives who were initiated
are Bill Epilker, Dyke Newcomer,
Joel Ellermeier, Roger Wiciiman,
Larry Voss, Gordon Warner, Ed
Stoller, Dick Hendrix, Marvin
Bishop, Ben Carter, Bob Zuber,
Bob Clock., Larry Epstein, Larry
HecBscker, Elliott Lentz and Jere
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sheep showman. He tied for sec- a possible 1050 points,
ond place in the 1955 livestock The Merit Trophy award is giv
judging contest. en annually for scholarship and
Other activities Include being a ' participation in club activities.
member of the Livestock Judging
team. Alpha Zeta, 1956 manager
of Farmers Fair Board, Ag Exec
Board, Persbing Rifles, Danforth
Fellowship and Farm House Fra
an Elgin wrist
Vatch for be
ing the top
judge. He to-
taled 971 out of
a possible 1050
points in the
sion, which is
limited to Ag
College s t ud-
Discoe ents trying
out for next year's intercollegiate
livestock judging team.
Top place in the junior division
went to Richard Deets, sophomore
in Ag College. He had 866 out of
president, is the natographer. Pre
senting the ballet will be Miss Dod
son; Miss Housner, vice president;
Miss Makepeace, secretary, and
Miss Lonsbrough, publicity chair
man. The natography for these num
bers has been done by Charlotte
Johnson, Carol Anderson, Mary
Ann Daly, Gretchen Teal, Carol
Smith, Miss Laase, Miss Lons
brough and Miss Heusner.
Other members of Aquaquettes
taking part in the show will be:
Elizabeth Carpender, Jeanne
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In one of be formations to be
seen in the Aquaquettes Spring
Show Thursday and Friday are,
clockwise from top, Carol Smith,
The Madrigal Singers, the Uni
versity's top musical group, will
present their annual spring con
cert Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the
' Dr. David Foltz, professor and
chairman of tbe department of
music, will direct.
The public is invited, Foltz said.
The program will include:
Madrigals: "In These Delight
ful, Pleasant Groves," Pure 11;
''Charm Me Asleep, Leslie-Krone;
'O What A Lovely Magic Hath
Been Here," Bantick.
Major Works with piano accom
paniment: "Serenade to Music,"
Williams; "Liebeslieder Waltzes,"
Contemporary songs: "Say Thow
Lovest Me" Cain, "Sixty-Seventh
Psalm," Ives "Never Never Land"
arr. Rigwald "There Are Such
Things" arr. Ringwald.
The Personnel of The Maarigai
Singers is as follows:
First Sopranos Norma Bossard,
First Tenors Amer Lincoln,
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Trenkle will be entered in the
National Block and Bridle Club
competition at the annual meeting
next November in Chicago.
Farm House fraternity won first
place in the team competition.
Members of the winning team were
Paul Yeutter, Richard Waldo, Ed
ward Steller, Donald Kilday, and
The top five men in all classes
of the senior division were Discoe,
i Howard Atkins, Harvey Jorgenson,
Don Beck, and Roy Volzke.
The top ten men in all classes
of the junior division were Deets,
Jerry Gillespie, Yeutter, Waldo,
Kenneth vans, Robert Wade, Don
Kuhn, Stoller Kilday, and Patter
son. The four teams ranking behind
Farm House in the top five were
Alpha Gamma Rho, the Independ
ents, Agricultural Veterans, and
Alpha Gamma Sigma.
Cole, Jo Ann Devereaux, Harriet
Feese. Sarajean Flanagan, Caro
lyn Freeman, Phyllis Gish, Car
olyn Haught, Marjorie Holtmeier,
Claudia Keys, Linda Levy, Wendy
Makepeace, Carol Matcha, Mary
Louise Nichols, Nancy Person,
Elizabeth Schaffer, Suzanne Swin
gle, Joan Webster, Joyce Webster,
Sally Wilson and Sally Skutt.
Three men also will take part in
the show in the interpretation of
"Three Coins in the Fountain."
They are Jim Junge, Bill North,
and Fred Teal.
Court ey Surylsy Journtl ind Sttr
Carol Matcha, Jo Ann Deveraux.
Maryclare Dodson and Carol
Anderson. Tbe show will be pre-
sented in the Coliseum pool.
Second Sopranos Barbaran
Blair, Sue Kirkman, Carol Newell.
Second Tenors Roger Brendle,
Wendell Friest, Jack Lindsay,
First Altos Evelyn Molzahn,
Joan Reist, Jeanine Schliefert.
Second Alto Imogen Davis,
Margaret Dawson, Mary Louise
Baritones Robert BeadeE, Wil
liam Bush, William Hatcher, John
Basses Allan Holbert, Wesley
Reist, Rodney Walker.
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Dorm; Marilyn Dow, Alpha Xi
Polly Downs, Alpha Phi; Barb
ara Eicke, Alpha Omicron Pi; Leah
Gittleman, Sigma, Delta Tau; Kae
Haas, Dorm; Mary Sue Herbek,
Dorm; Sharon Hocker, Dorm;
Mary James, Delta Delta Delta.
Rita Jelinek, Pi Beta Phi; De
maris Johnson, Terrace Hall; Mar
ilyn Kirk, Zeta Tau Alpha; Mar
ilyn Lingo, Kappa Kappa Gamma;
Myllicent McPheson, Kappa Delta;
Carol Palme, Love Hall; Mary Lou
Pittack, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Alyce Ann Sides, Loom is Hall;
Katherine Skinner, Alpha Chi
Judy Snell, Delta Gamma; Marion
Sullivan, Towne Club; Lucigrace
Switzer, Independent; Rosemary
Weeks, Gamma Phi Beta; and
Shirley Whitaker, Wilson Hall.
Seniors elected for the chain
are: Alana Ackerman, Kappa Kap
pa Gamma; Janice Baker, Love
Hall; Janice Carman, Kappa Kap
pa Gamma; Edna Cleveland, Love
Hall; Sharlyn Creess, Raymond
Hall; Billie Croft, Pi Beta Phi;
Jo Dailey, Gamma Phi Beta.
La Vera Faimon, Raymond Hall;
Verna Friesen, Wilson Hall; Alice
Hamilton, Independent; Florence
Haslam, Delta Gamma; JoAnn
Heilman, Alpha Chi; Loma Her
mann, Wilson Hall; Phyllis Hersh
berger, Hove Hall; Helen Hofler,
Sigma Kappa; Marlene Hutchison J
Alpha Xi Delta.
Ruth Kluck, Alpha Chi; Vivian
Lemmer, Delta Delta Delta; Ann
Lindley; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dor
is Mach, Towne Club; Joey Mar
golian, Sigma Delta Tau; Jacy
Mathiesen, Delta Gamma; Doro
thy McLaughlin, Pi Beta Phi.
Virginia McPeck, Alpha Omicron
Pi; Shyrle Mead, Alpha Omicron
Pi; Marcia Mickelsen, Kappa Del
ta; Carolyn Mock, Love Hall; Mar
jorie Moon, Chi' Omega; Laurel
Morris, Independent; Barbara Ol
son, Alpha Phi.
Susan Olson, Gamma Phi Beta;
lien Pickett, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Jeaning Schliefort, Alpha Xi Delta;
Mona Smith, Sigma Delta Tau;
Mary Taylor, Kappa Delta; Nancy
Timmons, Chi Omega; Carol Tre
main, Alpha Phi.
Ruth Vollmer, Heppner Hall;
Eleanor Von Bargen, Heppner Hall;
Leona Wallin, Sigma Kappa; Car
rie West, Towne Club; Joyce Wil
lard, Terace Hall; and Kay Wil
liams, Delta Delta Delta.
Dr. Paul Meadows, professor of
sociology, has been elected first
vice president of the Midwest So
ciological Society. He also has an- i
nounced his retirement as editor
nf Th MiHwPst Rnrinlnerist innr- I
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