The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1956, Page Page 4, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

if.--. -
Page 4
Square Dance
Students planning for the
quare dance jamboree to take
, . . .
the place of the Mortar Board
Turnabout Dance are (from left)
On The Social Side:
Christmas Formal Season
Starts For University
Society Editor
The Military Ball is over, but
the Christmas Formal season has
started. There are three formats
this weekend.
Congratulations to Diane Peter
ion, Kappa Alpha Theta senior in
Teachers from Fremont, who was
announced as the new Honorary
Comaandant at the Ball Friday
There were three engagements
and six pinnings announced Mon
day night.
Ann Schleiger, Alpha Phi sopho
more in Teachers from Lincoln,
to Dick Hudson from Lincoln.
Mary Claire Vessley, Delta Delta
Delta sophomore in Teachers from
Crete, to Red Rozanek, Kappa
Sigma junior in Business Admin
istration from Crete.
Jo Frerichs, Kappa Delta jun
ior in Teachers from Lincoln, to
Wes Durst, Sigma Phi Epsilon
alum from Lincoln.
Claudia Allen, Alpha Chi Omega
senior in Teachers from Blair, to
Everett Pearie, Lambda Chi Alpha
senior in Arts and Sciences at the
University of South Dakota from
Sioux Falls, S. D.
Marilyn McHargue, Alpha Omi
cron Pi junior in Teachers from
Central City, to Bill Alexander,
Sigma Phi Epsilon junior in
Pharmacy from Lincoln.
Janice Owens, Towne Club fresh
man from Lincoln, to Dave
Hughes, Delta Sigma Pi junior in
Business Administration from Lin
coln. Mary Leger, Towne Club fresh
man in Arts and Sciences from
Lincoln, to John Damon, Pershing
Rifle senior in Engineering from
Donna Rae Scriven, Delta Gam
ma sophomore in Teachers from
Scottsbluff to Jack Duffek, Phi
Delta Theta sophomore in Business
Administration from Lincoln.
Gail Furrs, Delta Gamma sopho
more in Teachers from Alma, to
Billy Lowe, Kappa Sigma junior in
Business Administration from Lin
Kappa Kappa Gamma "Turn
about Dinner"
Zeta Tau Alpha Dinner Dance
Towne Club-Gustavson I Hour
Sigma Kappa Pledge Party
Why oh why does Santa go,
"Ho-Ho, Ho-Ho, Ho-Ho, Ho!"
Is it ju?t because he's jolly?
I believe he's off his trolley.
Gifts for everyone on earth
Breed hysteria not mirth,
If you had hi job to do
Bet you'd shake, like jelly tool
tsiOKAlt End your gift problems before they start.
Chesterfield in the carton that glows for real to
ilia happy folk who moke for real! Buy lots to
da Iota for your"
CLristesj JM. '
Uxk 39. Y.
5 T?
I r Ik '
Janet Danielson, assistant on the
City Union dance committee;
Mary Sue Case, Ag Union dance
committee member; Kathryn
Peters, activities director of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma All Pledge
Class Tea
Gamma Phi Beta-Delta Upsilon
Social Function
Alhpa Phi ''Turnabout Dinner"
Chi Omega "Christmas Formal"
Sigma Kappa-Alpha Gamma Sig
Diane Peterson:
7956 Commandant
Used To Royalty
Society Editor
Diane Peterson, new Honorary
Commandant, is not unaccustomed
to being considered royalty. In
fact you might even consider her
a double royalty, for she was a
countess in this year's Ak-Sar-Ben
Bail. Diane, Miss Navy, is a senior
in Home Economics from Fremont
and a member of Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority. v
I asked Diane if she was sur
prised when she was named to
Honorary Commandant' and she
said, "Of course I was surprised.
I didn't know that I had been
chosen until Ron Blue was standing
m front of me on the stage.
"It wasn't like the Ak-Sar-Ben
Ball because I had known for such
a long time that I was going to be
a countess. The Military Ball was
much more of a surprise. I don't
think that my parents even knew."
When I asked if anything excit
ing happened before the Ball, she
said, "oh, nothing except that I
almost didn't have a dress to wear.
I decided to wear my Ak-Sar-Ben
ball gown, but it had to have the
train cut off, and I didn't get
around to taking it to the dress
makers until Tuesday. When I got
there she was so sick and didn't
think she could have it finished by
Perhaps you wonder Just as
much as I do what an Honorary
Commandant-to-be does just before
she goes to the ball. Does she
worry? Chew her nails? If Diane
Is the answer, she went out to
dinner, not in her ball gown, but in
a pair of jeans.
Diane said she had only one
complaint about the ball. She
thought the Nav-Cad choir was ex
cellent, and Diane Knotek sang
beautifully, but she didn't get to
all .
w wism wmsm mtsr m mam m m mm m mm mmm&jr I
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Ag Union, Mary Seberger, seo-
retary of the All-University
Square Dance Club, and Don
Herman, chairman of the Ag
Union dance committee.
ma Hour Dance
Alpha Chi Omega "Red Carna
tion Ball" Formal
Kappa Kappa Gamma " Come-
as-you-are" Party
dance very much. They were tak
ing pictures until 12:20 a.m. and
we had to leave the dance at 12:30
a.m. to go to a party at the
Cornhusker for all the candidates
and committee heads.
"I just wish that I could go to
the Ball next year and just dance,"
she said.
Student Body
Protests Food
In Violent Riot
Students of the University of
Michigan joined m a food throwing
dish smashing demonstration in
dormitory dining halls Sunday in
a protest over meals.
Shouting "We want eood food."
the male students threw plates of
asparagus and vanilla pudding
against the walls.
When officials closed the food
lines, and cleared the room the
students . continued the riots out
side, rockine cars and throwing
snowballs at police.
The hubbub subsided after the
Dean of Men promised an investi
gation into the food problem.
Dave Gumenick, a student, said
the quality of meals had been
going down since school ODened
last September.
"They have been serving low
cost starchy meals that don't sat
isfy the appetite", he said.
- Sunday nieht's menu consisted
of corned beef, Swiss cheese, as
paragus, vanilla pudding and milk.
Estimates ot the number taking
part in the not ranged from 400
by school officials to 1500 by do-
Here's an opportunity for
a career with one of the
nation's most rapidly ex
panding chemical com
panies. If you will have a
23S or MS degree in...'
Chemical '
Civfl :-Meelia3i
Electrical . Mioinf .
... a Hercules representative
Will be on the campus to
discuss with you employ
ment opportunities in'.,,
Arrangements for inter
views should be rcade
through your placement
x fWOOflPOftATEtt
Wilmington 99, Det
DEC. 6
The Inside World
ASCE' Meeting
Steve Cook of the Davis and Wil
son Architectural Firm will speak
on structural aspects of the new
Moot Court
Team Enters
The University's moot court
team consisting of James Knapp,
Jerrold Strasheim, and Patrick
Healey, all of Lincoln, will go to
New York Dec. 18 to take part
in national competition.
The team won the finals in the
Creighton University, in St. Louis
last week. The judges for the con
test were-all commissioners of the
Missouri Supreme Court,
The national contest is spon
sored by the Junior Bar Associa-
tion of New York City, and has
been held annually for nine years.
The United States is divided into
16 regions and all the regional
winners will take part in the com'
The moot court team of the Uni-
versity will argue the same case
with which they won the regional
contest. It is a criminal case in
volving the rules of criminal re
sponsibility and insanity. Accord
ing to Dean E. O. Belsheim of
the University Law College, Ne
braska's team "Will have a very,
very good chance in New York."
Prank Places
Four Students
On Probation
A prank played by four Uni
versity students proved costly as
they were placed on conduct pro
bation, Monday.
The students are charged with
the theft of a bird bath, two flow
er pots, two jardinieres and three
statues from the lawn of a Mil-
ford resident.
They were apprehended by Uni
versity police early Saturday
morning, charged with possession
of liquor by a minor and were
fined $25 apiece in Municipal
Court Saturday.
In addition, the four . face, petty
larceny charges in Seward Coun
ty. Their trial will come up De
cember 20.
The four are James Peterson,
Robert Houston, Larry Lester,
and James Moravec.
If your answer to the question is a quick NO, think
again! You may be gambling with fire every day.
Do you think that by obeying a few rules you are
protecting your home and family from the danger of
fire? If you do, you're a real gambler, all right!
The only real way to prevent fire is to become aware
of the causes of fire. Make yourself fire conscious! The
man who is careful not to smoke in bed can lose his
family, his home and his own life as well, simply be
cause the curtains in the kitchen were hung too close
to the stove.
. Few fires start by chance. Most fires are caused by
You can
and I will
Lincoln Civic Auditorium Wednes
day at 7 p.m. in Room 301 of
Stout Hall for the student chapter
of the American Society of Civil
Refreshments will be served fol
lowing the meeting. '
Women's Phys Ed
The Women's Physical Educa
tion Club will hold its monthly
meeting Tuesday. Highlighting the
meeting will be a panel discussion
by a group of graduates from the
field of physical education. Their
topic will be "The Problems of a
First-Year Teacher." The meeting
will begin at 7:30 in the women's
physical education clubroom.
Classified Ads
Student wlahi rid to California for
Chriatmai vacation. Bhar expenaea and
help drive. Al E. Swedelaon. 2-3120.
I W ' '
wral,im,,,,.r MAIS tHOQM TONIC -mmm
' V-V IN
1 1
1 '
Vbu Gamble With Fire?
become an official member of Soarkv treat
fire department and join thousands of other children ail
over the country who are learning how to prevent fires in
their homes. Send 25 to mv Are den art mem in Haunt,
send you a handsome Inspector's badge, a colorful
card and an official Inspector' manual which
Ag Students
To Discuss Job
A meeting will be held in Agri
cultural Hall 306 at 7:30 p.m. Dec.
13 for all Agricultural' students.
Representatives of several com
panies, U.S.D.A. and Extension
Service will be there to discuss job
opportunities. The representatives
who will be there have specifically
requested that juniors, sophomores
and freshmen attend since they
would like to acquaint them with
the opportunities that will be avail
able when they graduate.
Fraternity, Sorority.' ft Organisation
Letterhead ... Lotion ... Mows
Bulletin ... Booklet ... Program
312 Nortk 12th. Ph. 2-2967
Groom your boir while it treats yovr
tcdp. Control! toot dandruff. 1.00
In to
ft HUITON MwVt. Toronto
-1 lit foriWi , .
V Vii '
ignorance or carelessness. A fire-informed family is
familiar with fire-its uses and benefits as well as its
dangers. Parents should make "sure their cfuldren's
fire education is not left to chance. '
Some good rules to keep in mind are: Don't smoke
in bed -Use only non-inflammable cleaning fluids -Don't
use frayed electric cords Keep matches away
from young children -Clean out junk from attic and
basement Make sure your electric wiring is not over
loadedDon't use ordinary extension cords on heaters
or irons Be careful with lighted cigarettes Make
sure you know how to operate your oil stove Watch
out for sparking chimneys! - Most of all,
will help you prevent fire in your borne. My fir depart
ment is non-profit project of the National Fire Protection
Association. Send your request to:
' ' Tuesday. December 4, 1956
Sunday Nighf Movie
"Mister Roberts," is a combi
nation of a six-year stage smash
and an all star cast, starring Hen
ry Fonda, James Cagney, William
Powell and 'Jack Lemmon in his
Academy Award winning perform
ance. It is to be shown Sunday in the
Student Union Ballroom at 7:30
p.m. It is another of the films pre
sented by the Union film commit
323 N. 13th
I t!I-1
r I