The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 18, 1956, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Dorm Glee Club
Officers of the independent
men's residence glee club are
(left to right seated) Don Porter-
30 Voice Choir:
RAM Glee Club To Give
Annual Winter Concert
The University's newest musical
organization will present its an
nual winter concert Wednesday in
the concert hall of Selleck Quad
rangle. The 30-voice glee club sponsored
by the Residence Association for
Men will sing traditional Christ
mas songs in its concert at 8 p.m.
Organized last year, the club
was designed as part of a pro
gram to set up special interest
clubs for the 950 Independent stu
dents living at the men's resi
dence halls.
Dick Oehring, senior music ma
On The Social Side:
Six Pinnings Announced
Society Editor
The mass exodus for home starts
this weekend; so there are very
few social functions this week.
Several sororities and fraternities
are caroling.
Monday there were announce-
NYU Biology
Prof To Give
Lecture Series
Dr. Milan Kopac, professor of
biology at New York University,
will give a series of lectures on
cytology at the University Wed
nesday and Thursday.
A specialist in cancer cytology
and cytochemistry, Dr. Kopac is
a consultant to several national
cancer research organizations in
cluding the Damon Runyon Me
morial Fund for Cancer Research
and the Cancer Institute at Miami,
He also is chairman of the bi
ology section of the New York
Academy of Sciences and presi
dent of the New York University
chapter of Sigma Xi.
A native of Lincoln, Dr. Kopac
received his bachelor of science
degree from the University in
1927 and his Master of Science de
gree in 1929.
The lectures, all illustrated, will
be given in Bessey Hall Auditori
um. They are; "Cytochemistry:
Its Problems and Instrumenta
tion," 4 p.m., Wednesday; "Ex
perimental Studies on Living
Cells," 7:30 p.m., Wednesday; and
"Nucleolar Lesions in Cancer
Cells," 7:30 p.m., Thursday.
Dr. Kopac's visit is being spon
sored by the department Of zoology
with the support of the depart
ments of bacteriology, chemistry
and physiology and the Research
Bill Ginglos:
Engineering Frosh Wins
Honors In Mofft, Music
Bill Gingles, sophomore in en
gineering, Tuesday won the an
nual Lincoln Symphony Orchestra
student auditions with his piano
rendition of Beethoven's G major
Concerto No. 4.
As a result of his success in
these auditions, Gingles will play
with the Lincoln Symphony on
Jan. 22.
His success In the audition was
the second honor Gingles received
on Dec. 11. Earlier in the day he
was presented an award by Pi Mu
Fpsibn, honorary math fraternity
is cut standing freshman at the
Vrdy::J.'.j taking Mathematics.
field, vice president; Dick Oehr
ing, director; Dave Harris,, pres
dent; (standing) Leon Gompert,
jor, is director of the club.
The volunteer group practices
twice a week and is comprised of
students representing most of the
colleges on the NU campus.
Monday the club presented a
concert at the Lincoln Air Force
Base and Tuesday is scheduled
for a concert at the Orthopedic
The concerts Include numbers
by an all-quadrangle French horn
quartet and music selections
range from Robert Shaw to Stra
vinsky and Bartok.
ments of three engagements and
six pinnings.
Sue Peterson, Love Hall junior
in Home Economics from Wake
field, to Robert Rhode, junior in
Civil Engineering from Emerson.
Shirley McPeck, Alpha Omicron
Pi senior in Teachers from Ge
neva, to Robert Walker, Sigma
Phi Theta in Arts and Sciences
at Doane College from Carleton.
Rita Jelinek, Pi Beta Phi senior
in Teachers from Omaha, to Jim
Mayer, University of Miami alum
nus from Council Bluffs, la.
Marilyn Kiester, Alpha Phi sen
ior in Teachers from Grand Island,
to Bud Jeffries, Sigma Phi Epsilon
junior in Business Admihstraton
from Madrid.
Sherry Armstrong, Chi Omega
sophomore in Teachers from Sid
ney, to Dennis Witt, Phi Kappa
Tau sophomore at Nebraska Wes-
leyan from Shickley.
Donna Mertz, Alpha Phi junior
in Teachers from Grand Island,
to Terry Trueblood, Alpha Tau
Omega sophomore in Teachers
from Grand Island.
Lu Forney, Sigma Kappa junior
in Home Economics from Brule,
to AI Ziegelbein, Beta Sigma Psi
junior in Teachers from Polk.
Lois Panwitz, Sigma Kappa sen
ior in Teachers from Alliance, to
Harry Giesselman, Beta Sigma
Psi alumnus from Seward.
Joyce Turner, from Lincoln, to
Keith Turner, Theta Chi junior
in Arts and Sciences from Lin
coln. Social Calendar
Sigma Nu Orphans Party.
Sigma Kappa Caroling.
Delta Delta Delta alumni's Chil
dren's Christmas Party.
Kappa Alpha Theta-Alpha Tau
Omega Caroling.
Delta Delta Delta-Sigma Nu
The award was made for the
1955-56 school year.
A 1953 graduate of Northeast
High School in Lincoln, Gingles
said that his heavy engineering
schedule prevents his taking any
music courses at the University,
although he does study privately.
Martin Bush, Omaha music
critic who judged the contest for
the second straight year, said that
Gingles has a "naturely developed,
fine talent. He invests his playing
with color. He has real sensitivity,
finesse, professional style and
clean technique. He caught the
spirit as well as the letter of
Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
treasurer and Bob Heckman vice
president. Not pictured is Fred
Hiu, librarian.
Inside World
The Nebraska University Council
on World Affairs will sponsor s
panel discussion tonight from 7:00
8:00 p.m. in room 313 of the Union,
The topic for discussion will be
"The Crisis in the Middle East
The meeting will be open to any
one wishing to attend.
Flying Club
The University Flying Club
meets at 8 p.m. Monday in Room
316 of the Union. The movies, "Air
port America ' and "Flying Busi
nessman," are to be shown.
Ag Caroling Groups
Ag YWCA and YMCA groups
will go Christmas caroling tonight
The Group will leave from the
Home Ec building at 7 p.m.
Christmas Services
Ag YWCA and YMCA will hold
Christmas Services at 7 a.m.
Wednesday through Friday at the
Ag Student House. Anyone inter
ested is invited to attend.
Carol Haerer:
Grad Gives
Paris Show
Carol Haerer who, graduated
from the University two years ago,
has just returned from a one-person
art showing in Paris.
Miss Haerer, a native of North
Platte, is 23 ,
years old.
When in
school, she
was rated an
unusual s t u
dent by her in
structors for
h e r rapid
progress from
the realistic
stage of paint
ing to the im
pressionist i c,
Courtesy Sunday
Journal and Star
Miss Haerer
and then to abstract expression
ism. Her travels included seeing Mor
occo when French troops and
Arabs were within eyesight, and
spending her last half year in Eu
rope living under the roof of an
abandoned spaghetti mill in Genoa.
Miss Haerer announced her imme
diate concern as getting adjusted
to the Midwest and to begin paint
ing. Faculty String
Quartet Begun
By David Foltz
For the first time on the Uni
versity campus, a faculty string
quartet has been organized. The
organnization was done by David
ouz, chair
man of the
music depart
ment. Members of
the quartet in
clude Lindsey
Merrill, first
violin; Earnest
Harrison, sec
ond violin;
Louis Trzcin
ski, viola; and
Miss Priscilla
Parsons, 'cello.
Courteiy Lincoln Star
Dr. Foltz
The string quartet, which has
performed in several schools of
Eastern Nebraska, will provide
inusio between numbers at the
Madrigal Christmas Concert,
Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
if i
Members of the 1957 All Univer -
sity Fund board have been an
nounced by Art Weaver, newly
fleeted AUF president.
Chosen for publicity board posi
tions are Jan Shrader, special
events; Cindy Zschau, newspaper
publicity; Mary Lynn Stafford,
Art; Sally Wilson, speakers, and
Susie Swingle, mass meetings and
New solicitations board m e ni
ters are Anne Pickett, graduate
and professional students; Terry
M i t c h e m, independent solicita
tions; Donna Scriven, sororities;
'Tom Gilliland, fraternities; Nan
Carlson, faculty; Judy Blackburn,
organized houses; Phyllis William
son, organizations; Dave Moss
man, men's dorm; Don Schick, Ag
independents, and Bert Weichen
thai, Ag organized houses and or
ganizations. Larry Romjue and Vern Feye
are assistant treasurers, and Deb
bie Pilling is the office manager.
Miss Shrader, special events
chairman, is a junior in Teachers
College and is treasurer of Tassels
and a member of Orchesis.
A sophomore in Arts and Sci-
Ag College:
Music Set
Traditional Christmas mu
sic will highlight the annual Col
lege of Agriculture Christmas pro
gram Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
The program, which is open to
the public, will be held in the Ac
tivities building on the Ag campus.
The event is jointly sponsored by
the Ag Student Union and Execu
tive board.
A piano prelude and the lighting
of candles by Arley Waldo will set
the Christmas atmosphere. Bill
DeWulf will open the program.
This will be followed by the in
vocation given by the Rev. Ralph
Lewis of St. Paul's Methodist
Church. He also will give the bene
diction. The Rev. Rex Knowles,
University Presbyterian and Con
gregational pastor will deliver a
Christmas address.
The seventy-five voice College
Choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Altinas Tullis, will be joined by
the audience in singing traditional
Christmas carols. The choir will
sing other selections during the
In addition to the choir, two
trios will offer vocal selections.
One is composed of Mary Fritts,
Janice Montgomery and Jacque-
lyn Shaffer. The other trio includes
Lavae Anderson, Kay Blomquist
and Norma Pugsley.
Accompanists are Rogene Lees
and Grace Finch.
Carolyn Edwards and Willa Wal
do are general chairmen for the
Tickets may be obtained in the
Ag Union Activities office.
Law Essay
A competition for an outstand
ing suretyship essay written by a
Nebraska lawyer or law student
will be conducted by the Univer
sity College of Law, Dean E. O.
Belsheim announced today.
The author of the winning article
will receive $500, contributed by
the Universal Surety Company of
Lincoln. C. E. Havekotte, presi
dent, said the company is sup
porting the competition "in an ef
fort to promote the publication of
scholarly works in the area of Ne
braska suretyship law."
Dean Belsheim said the essays,
postmarked no later than May 15,
1957, may be submitted by:
Any member of the Nebraska
Bar, except members of the law
faculties of the University of Ne
braska and Creighton University;
and any law student from Nebras
ka or person studying law in Ne
braska. Manuscripts should be sent to
Dean Belsheim and they will be
judged by a committee from the
College of Law, including Scott
Van Alstyne, Jr., assistant profes
sor of law, and Bill Lorensen, editor-in-chief
of the Nebraska Law
The winning essay is expected
to be published in the Nebraska
Law Review, Mr. Van Alstyne
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1 ence, Miss Zschau, newspaper
publicity chairman, is a Nebras
kan staff writer, a Builders work
er and a member of Orchesis.
The new art chairman, Mary
Lynn Stafford, is a sophomore in
the College of Agriculture, a mem
ber of the Ag Student Union House
committee and a member of the
Home Economics Club.
Miss Wilson, speakers chairman,
is on the WAA board and a Build
ers assistant. She is a sophomore
in Teachers College
Miss Swingle, mass meetings and
education chairman, is a sopho
more in Teachers College and is
a Cornhusker section head and a
Builders worker.
A sophomore in Arts and Sci
ence, Anne Pickett is a member
of Tassels and a Cornhusker sec
tion editor and a member of Stu
dent Council. She will be in charge
cf soliciting graduate and profes
sional students.
Miss Mitchem, independent soli
citations chairman, is a sophomore
in Arts and Science. She is chair
man of the Union dance commit
tee and a member of the YWCA
Sororities chairman, Donna Scri
ven, is a Builders assistant and a
sophomore in Teachers College.
Fraternity solicitations will be
handled by Tom Gilliland, a sopho
more in Arts and Sciences and a
Kosmet Klub worker
Miss Carlson, faculty chairman,
is a member of AWS board and
Builders Board. She is a sopho
more in Teachers College.
Miss Blackburn, organized
houses chairman, is a Builders
worker and a sophomore in Teach
ers College.
A sophomore in Teachers Col
lege, Miss Williamson is a Builders
assistant. She will be in charge of
soliciting organizations.
Mossman, chairman of solicita-
i tions of the men's dorm, is a jun
ior in Teachers College. He is a
member of Student Council and
a member of Kosmet Klub.
A sophomore in the College of
Agriculture, Schick will solicit Ag
independents. He is a worker for
Corn Cobs and Ag Builders.
Ag organized houses and organ
izations will be solicited by Weich
enthal, a sophomore in the College
of Agriculture and a worker for Ag
Builders and Corn Cobs.
Miss Pilling, te new office man
ager, is a Builders worker, a mem
ber of Home Economics Club and
a sophomore in the College of Ag
riculture. Assistant treasurer Romjue is a
freshman in the College of Busi
ness Administration and a mem
ber of Junior D7C. Feye is the
other assistant treasurer and is a
freshman in the College of Agri
culture. The executive officers of AUF
are Art Weaver, president; Sally
Carter, vice-president in charge of
solicitation; Bev Buck, vice-president
in charge of publicity; Mary
Huston, secretary, and John Glynn,
A frank message to
graduating electronic and mechanical
aitsiiEt . nui.nMn.iiciumt. nm . test
Music, Math Man
Bill Gingle, freshman in En
gineering, demonstrates the
technique which won for him
the annual Lincoln Symphony
Orchestra Auditions. Gingles
Twenty Initiated
By Eta Kappa Nu
Eta Kappa Nu, national electri
cal engineering fraternity, initia
ted twenty new members at its
meeting and dinner December 5.
Mark Hobson spoke to the group
following the meeting.
Initiated were: Eugene Aksamit,
Gary Baltzer, Matthew Brown,
Roger Carlson, Willis Day, Dale
Dyer, Robert Gallaway, James Jir
ik, Ralph Mortimore, Bob New
man, Royal Nichols, Kent Parsons,
Leonard Rosen, Glen Scott, John
Skinner, Ronald Smith, Dave Tal
bert, Jack Wier, Victor Weis and
Junior Yakomizi.
The Douglas Aircraft Company
invites you to
DEC. 19 AND FEB. 11
Find out about the interesting positions, assistance in
furthering your education and outstanding promo
tion opportunities with the world's largest manufac
turer of aircraft and missiles. Get facts on living
conditions, research facilities and opportunities to
advance professionally at the various Douglas
Reserve your career decision until you have talked
with the Douglas representative. It may be the most
important interview f your life.
Too know It ... we know
obout H.
The demand for engineervexperienced or graduate
far exceeds the supply And, from now on in, yow
are going to be sought after more than a triple threat
halfback for next yeart varsity.
You will be promised many things (including the
moon with a fencearound it), and for a young mart
just getting started these things are pretty hard
to resist. J
So, again, let's be frank. We at Famsworth wont
promise youthe moon. (Although we are working
on tome ideas that may eventually get you there
end backO'We are an old, young organization. Old,
in the sense of being pioneers in the field of elec
tronicsyOur technical director, Dr. Philo Farnsworth
invented electronic television.) Young, by being the
newest division of the world-wide International Tele
phone and Telegraph Corporation, devo'Jfig our ef
forts exclusively to research, development and pro
duction of military and industrial electronics, and
All of which makes Farnsworth big enough for sta
bility and technical perspective, yet small enough
ror mobility, flexibility and recognition of the in
dividual. Here you will be associated with and
encouraged by a team cf eminent scientists and
engineers with many "firsts" to their credit in the
field of electronics. Here you will be heard ... not
just one of the herd.
We earnestly invite you to hear the whole fascinating
Farnsworth story. We're pretty certain it will make
the decision for your future easier.
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Courtesy Lincoln Star
will play with the Orchestra on
Jan. 22. Not only a musician,
Gingles has also won an award
the University in mathematics,
as the outstanding freshman at
Red Cross Caroling
The annual Red Cross Christmas
caroling event will be held Tues
day at 7 p.m. All Red Cross mem
bers will meet in the Selleck Quad
Parking lot.
Groups" will be caroling at tha
State Mental Hospital, the Ortho
pedic Hospital, Veterans Hospital
and the Lincoln orphanages.
Drive In Barber Shop
Sportsman Barber Shop
15 & P
7 Barber
To Serve You
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