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Friday, September 21 1956
Campus YWCA Director
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Bette Wilson, new director of
the campus YWCA, discusses D e L o n g, publicity chairman Minneapolis, Minn. She replaces
plans for the coming year with (right). Miss Wilson came here Jan Osburn, who left the posi
Mary Thompson, Y District Rep after graduation from the Grad- tion to get married.
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.Beef Stater Coyotes
South Sioux City, Neb., will be Jim Reid and end Dick Burns.
represented on the South Dakota Reid and Bums are probable
football squad tomorrow after- starters for the Coyotes. Dryden
noon. Pictured from left to right is in the battle for calling the
are quarterback Dee Dryden, signals and Walish might be
guard Dave Walish, quarterback second string right guard.
For Cornhusker Gridders
The pep rally was held Thursday
evening so that the squad might
spend a quiet pre-game evening
away from excitement.
' The 33-man team will spend
tonight at the Paddock Hotel in
f Beatrice where they will be taped
At 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, the
" Busker gridders will leave Beatrice
with a police escort and reach Me
4morial Stadium about 12:45 p.m.
Bill Hawkins, shifted to left half
from the tck!e position, will start
i for the Huskers Sato lay. Sopho-
more Larry Naviaux will fill the
, right half post.
I Willie Greenlaw and Bennie Dil-
lard won't compete against the
Formerly located at 223 So. 13th
has moved to a more convenient location
A Melodrama Calculated to fAako Your Blood Run Cold.
THIS AND SIX MORE SHOWS ... ALL SEVEN FOR $5.00
isaitr. or ins moon
"The Corn is Green"
"The Dead Day"
resentative. (left) and Nancy
Coyotes tomorrow according to j
grid boss Pete Elliott. j
'I had hoped that either or both j
would be able to play the game,
but neiiher is physically able," the I
coach announced. (
"Willie may be able to go next!
week and there's a chance that '
Benr,ie will be ready then, too,"
Elliott added. f
Harold's Barber Shop
223 No. Hth
Vz Blocks So. Student Union
All HAIRCUTS $1.25
228-30 S. 13th St.
In the CAR PARK BIcIg.
is on the
'For Adults Only'
Neb risk an Phot
uate School of Social Work In
Courtesy Lincoln Star
PK0NE 5 21 78
You Are In tiled To Worthip
ST. PAUL METHODIST CHURCH
12th and M Streets
Badio Ministry Every Sunday
CAB 9:00-9:15 AM.
COB 11:30 KM.
FRANK COURT, RALPH LEWIS. SAMUEL BEECHNER
DONALD BLISS WESLEY FOUNDATION
KEEP YOUR SUNDAYS SACRED
THROUGH THE HOLY HUSH OF WORSHIP!
Bill . . .
Btiy a season ticket NOW.
University Theatre Box Office
Temple Eldg. Room 103 Open Daily
Afer Members Join
Ag College Faculty
Three new faculty members of
the University Department of An
imal Husbandry were introduced
to Nebraska swine breeders Fri
day in conjunction with Rooters
Day at t h e
College of Ag
riculture. Prof. Wil
d e partment
c h a irman,
Ernest P e o,
staff July 23;
Dr. D O naldCourte,y Unc,,n Journal
H u dman, a Loeffel
member since Aug. 1; and Richard
Warren, who joined the faculty
Drs. Peo and Hudman will take
over the swine nutrition and teach
ing assignments formerly held by
Drs. R. J. Meade and John Hop
per. Dr. Hopper accepted a position
in a commercial nutrition labora
tory in Chicago earlier this sum
mer. Dr. Meade, a native of Te
cumseh, has accepted a position
in charge of swine investigations
at the University of Minnesota,
effective Oct. 20.
Mr. Warren replaces Donald
Warner, assistant professor who
is taking a year's leave of ab
sence to work on his Doctor of
Philosophy degree at Iowa State
All the new appointees are as
The appointments of Dr. Hud
man and Mr. Warren, the resig
nation of Dr. Meade, and the leave
of absence of Mr. Warner will
be presented to the University's
Board of Regents Saturday morn
In Ag Contest
The University dairy judging i
team took third place honors in
the dairy cattle judging contest
held in Hutchinson, Kansas in con
nection with the Kansas State Fair.
First place went to a Kansas
team, and second place to a team
from Arkansas. Eighteen teams
Don Beck, Ag College Senior,
was high man on the Nebraska
team with 697 out of a possible
750 points. Other members of the
team include: Arthur Ambrpst,
Les Mc Hargue, Dale Friedeman,
Jerry Rainforth, Jim Chapman
and Rodney Knox.
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Days A Week
in? Worship 11)0 A.M.
Sermon: Tho Art oi
Classes 9:45 A.M.
ing for its approval, Professor
Dr. Hudman received his Doc
tor of Philosophy degree in ani
mal nutrition from Iowa State Col
lege in July. He obtained both
his Bachelor's and Master's de
grees from Texas A. and M. Col
lege. In 1950, he served as assistant
county agent in Texas.
Mr. Warren spent the past year
at Oklahoma A. and M. College
working on his Doctor of Philos
ophy degree. From 1949-55, he
served as assistant professor at
Michigan State College. He re
ceived his Master's in animal hus
bandry from Oklahoma A. & M.
College and his Bachelor's degree
from Kansas State College
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Jan and Bob are Laden with Loden . .
Loden isn't a new course on campus, but IS (he newest thing in colon for fall
...especially good for Ivy clothes; we find Bob Schuyler and Jan Launer c3i
playing "The Ivy Look". Bob wears the authentic ivy flannel utt la Lodesot
green ($19.95) and Jan wear a three-buttoned suit by Rosecresl ($36.95).
Bermudas also available.
2nd Floor Ivy Shop and Fashion Fourth Floor
Fulbright applications for study
in Europe and applications of the
Buenos Aires Conference for study
in Latin America are now avail
able in Room 111, Social Sciences.
Applications will be due Oct.
31, and students are urged to get
their application blanks early, ac
cording to Harold Wise, assistant
dean of the graduate school, in
charge of Fulbright applications.
Applications are for the 1957-
58 school year and are available
to both graduating seniors and
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