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MISS AITKEN MISS CAMPBELL
,; Seven of the sixteen young worn-1 The basis for selection is family I
ttdRTRaSnC0UntefS!S background-ancestors of the girls
the Ak-Star-Ben Ball are students i '
at 1 the University. They will be ; must have been members of Ne-
presented at the Ball Saturday braska pioneer families. !
night when the King and Queen of j Students who are countesses In-:
Ak:Sar-Ben will be presented. elude:
C(Mirtev Mtndav Journal and Sur
Jean Aitken. senior in the College
of Arts and Sciences. Miss Aitken
is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma. She graduated from Em
ma Willard School in Troy, N. Y.
Courtney Campbsll, senior in
Teachers College and president
of Alpha Phi Sorority. She is a
member of Mortar Board and Delta
C'v.irfsy Sunday Journal and bur
Janice Caldwell is a senior in
Teachers Colleg3 and a member
of Delta Delta Delta Sorority.
Bailey To Speak:
Beth Keeman, senior in the Col
lege of Arts and Sciences, is pres
ident of Kappa Alpha Theta, vice
president of AUF and a member of
Lincoln Project. v
By CINDY ZSCHAU
Arch Bailey, a member of the
Christian Science Board . of Lec
tureship, will give a lecture on
"Christian Science: A Science for
Everyday Living," Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the Nebraska State
Historical Society Auditorium.
Bailey, who is currently on an
extensive lecture tour, will speak
under the auspices of the Christian
Science Organization at the Uni
versity. Baptists and Disciples of Christ
Sunday: 5 p.m.; supper, worship
Wednesday: 12:30 n.m.. chanel.
Thursday: 4 p.m., Bible study.
B'nat B'rith Hillel Foundation
Friday: 8 p.m., worship at South
Street Temple, 20 & South. Sermon j
will he "The Shepherd from Te- i
Friday: 8 p.m., worship at Con-;
gregation Tifereth Israel, 32 & J
Saturday: 9 a.m., worship at
Congregation Tifereth Israel. j
Christian Science Organization I
Thursday: 7-7:30 p.m., worship in
Eoom 313 of the Union. i
. Lutheran Student House
53.1 No. 16 !
Friday: 6 p.m., international stu
dents' cost supper.
Saturday: post-game coffee.
Sunday: 9:30 and 11 a.m., wor
ship with Dr. Daniel Friberg; 10
a.m., Bible class; 5 p.m., Sunday
Wednesday: 7 p.m., vespers;
7:30 p.m., choir rehearsal.
Thursday: 7:15 p.m., Christianity
Methodist Student House
Sunday: 5 p.m.. Wesley Fire-
Trip To NY
The University YWCA Is mak
ing arrangements for any student
or group of students who wish to
attend the United Nations Seminar.
during the week of Nov. 23-25.
The Seminar will be held in New
York City and the "Y" will se
cure hotel accomodations and
make any artier arrangements
necessary for those who will at
tend. The total cost for the entire
trip will be $30 plus transporta
tion, which will probably be by
On the program for those at
tending will bt): visits with mem
bers of the various foreign dele
gations, tour of the U.N. building,
a sight seeing tour of New York
City and free time for exploring!
individual interests. It will be
closed with a banquet with one
of the U.N.'S foremost speaker s.
For applications and further in
formation or more detailed pro
gram Information, contact Betty
Wilson, Rosa Bouton Hall.
For Oct. 26
Unregistered Lincoln voters may
register as late as 9 p.m. Monday
through Oct. 26 for the Nov. 6 gen
eral eMction, according to Harold
Gillett, election commissioner.
Students not residents of Lin
coln must write the county clerk
f their own district ?nd ask for
an absentee ballot, he said. If a
student lives in a town under j
seven thousand they are not re- j
purred' to register. !
All students who are eligible to
vote are urged to register before I
the deadline so they may vote ;
side cost supper; 5:45 p.m., forum
series: Gods on the Campus.
Tuesday: 7 p.m., Kappa Phi
meeting; 7:30 p.m., Sigma Theta
Epsilon meeting. .
Newman Catholic Center
Sunday: o 9, 10, 11 a.m. and 12
Weekdays: 6:45 and 7:15 a.m.,
333 No. 14
Sunday: 4 p.m., picnic-meet at
'l Presby House.
j Monday: 7 a.m., Bible study
! Tuesday: 7 and 11 a.m., Basic
i Christian Beliefs study group; 7
p.m., Sigma Eta Chi.
Wednesday: 7 a.m.. Cabinet
meeting; 7:30 p.m., Dating, Court
ship and Marriage study group.
Thursday: 3 p.m., Basic Chris
tian Beliefs study group; 4 p.m.,
politics discussion group.
1'iiiveisity Episcopal Chapel !
346 No. 13 ;
Sunday: 9 a.m.. Holy Com- :
munion; 11 a.m., morning prayer j
Adds To Staff
Two sergeants first class have
joined the University Army ROTC
staff. They are Sgt. Billig Stout
and Sgt. David Weatherford.
Sergeant Stout is serving as op
erations sergeant. He entered mil
itary service in 1949 and has been
stationed in Germany for several
years. Both he and Sergeant
Weatherford were most recently
stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan.
Sergeant Weatherford is a fresh
man instructor. He entered mili
tary service in 1946.
and sermon; 6:30 p.m.. Canter
Nury Club supper meeting.
Tuesday: 10 a.m., Holy Com
munion. Wednesday: 7 p.m., choir re
hearsal. University Lutheran Chapel
15th & Q
Sunday: 10:45 a.m., worship;
5:30 p.m., Gamma Delta supper
followed by fi!n, "The Unfailing
Light," Bible study and initiation.
Tuesday: 7 p.m., doctrine study
Wednesday: 7 p.m., choir re
hearsal. Thursday: 3:30-5:30 p.m., coffee
Greeks To Hold
The first annual "Pledge Sneak,"
for all the Greek houses, will be
held on Nov. 16th in the Union
Ballroom from 9 to 12 p.m., ac
cording to Bob Theete, publicity
It will be sponsored by the Jun
ior Panhellenic Council in combi
nation with the Junior Interfra
ternity Council. Johnny Cox's or
chestra will play.
Some actives will be stolen and
will provide the entertainment,
Theete said. The entire affair will
'King's Men' Film Stated Sunday
This Sunday at 7:30 p.m., the
film committe of the Union will
present one of the most explosive
motion pictures of all time, All
The King's Men, according to Judy
Douthit, committee member.
The Oscar winning film traces
the political career of a character
resembling the late Huey Long.
Broderick Crawford, John Derek,
Joanne Dru and John Ireland are
starred. The movie will be held in
the Union Ballroom.
County SunHiy JnurnHl and iaf
Marilee Newell is a senior In
Teachers College and secretary of
Alpha Chi Omega.
Diane Peterson, senior in Teach
ers College and social chairman of
Kappa Alpha Theta. Miss Petsr.
osn is a member of Rodeo Club
Marial Wright is a senior in the
College of Arfts and Sciences and
president of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
She is a board member of AWS.
Set At Nov. 9
The YWCA is sponsoring a Sadie
Hawkins Hop from 9 to 11 p.m.,
Nov. 9. It is a progressive dance
and six sorority houses will have
a phase of the dance during the
Women will ask the men and
the couple with the cleverest Dog
Patch costume will be awarded a
trophy, accordine to Nancv I.
Long, publicity chairman. Every
one that attends is asked to dress
up as Dog Patch characters.
In addition to the trophy for the
best costumes there will be a tro
phy for the cleverest house deco
rations. These awards will be pre
sented at the Girls' Dorm at 11:45
p.m. The houses participating that
evening are Alpha Xi Delta. Alpha
Omicron Pi. Chi Omega, Gamma
Phi Beta, Sigma Delta Tau and
Pi Beta Phi.
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