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.Eight prominent speakers of
Catholic, Protestanl and Jewish
faiths are scheduled for Religious
Emphasis Week, to be held Feb".
LO-14, according to Dave Rhoades,
The speakers are the Rev.
L. P. Cowley, the Rev. Mr. Myr
viti DeLapp, Rabbi Ben Groner,
Dr. , Doris W. Havrice, the Rev.
Mr. D. F. Hetzler, Dr. G O. Thomp
on, and Miss Harriet Willingham.
. Rev. Crowley has been director
and chaplain of the Newman Club
nt the University of Minnesota- for
the past twelve years, and from
1949-1930 he was chaplain of the
National Newman Foundation.
Tfte associate secretary of Pres
byterian Campus Christian Life,
Rev. DeLapp, was a chaplain at
Lake Forest College for two years,
tuid is a past director of the West
minster Foundation at Kansas State
" Rabbi Groner is the -Rabbi at
Beth Israel Synagogue In Omaha.
He is a former head of the Beth
Din, Rabbinical Council of Chica-
Dr. Havice, an instructor at the
University of Colorado, is chairman
Two Graduate With
To 296 Students
Degrees were granted to 296 Uni
versity students at traditional mid
year commencement exercises Sat
urday morning. Two degrees were
awarded" "with high distinction,"
nd nine were gven "with distinc
tion". Guest speaker for the occasion
was Dr. James Jensen, provost
of Iowa State College. He was intro
duced by NU. senior, Beverly
Chancellor Clifford Hardin pre
sided at the exercises and Dr.
A. C Breckenridge, dean of facul
ties, served as master of cere
monies. The Rev. Thomas Dick,
The Nebraska Federation of Wo
man's Clubs has awarded grants-in-aid
to two foreign students at the
The recipients are Teresa
Urquiola of La Pazt Bolivia, grad
uate student in social work, and
Mrs. Gourie' Mukherjee of India,
graduate student in educational
' This marks the third year that
these students have received the
Women's Clubs awards.
Miss Urquiola is working for her
master's degree in the Graduate
School of Social Work. A graduate
of La Paz University, she also
is dcing field work for the Lan
t aster Countv Department of Pub
lic Welfare and the YWCA. She
plans to return to Bolivia and do
social work either for a private
apency, Point 4, or the United
Mrs. Mukherjee is completing
work for her Doctor of Philosophy
decree. She received her master's
degree in heme economics from
the University in June, 195S. She
now is working as a technical
assistant in the educational psychology-
Her husband and 10-year-old son
lave remained in India while she
has attended the University. Her
husband is an art teacher. She
will return to India and teach after
receiving her doctor's degree.
Filing Deadline Set
For Grad Study
Graduate students who wish to
Bpply for fellowships for the aca
demic year 1957-58 must file ap
plications before March 1.
A number of fellowships will be
available with stipends of from
II. 000 to $1,500 with remission of
' In addition, there will be ap
proximately 40 tuition fellowshns.
Information and application ft..rms
may be obtained in the Graduate
College Oficfe, Social Science III.
Actual pilot training for 21 senior
Air Force ROTC students was
launched Thursday afternoon at tbe
- Col. Carter E. Duncan said the
University is one of 38 -colleges
and universities in the nation, au
thorized to provide the flight program.
Fires Record Score
Ronald Dawson, captain of the
University rifle team, posted in a
recent match at Kansas State Co
kge the highest score ever record
ed in Eig Seven Competition.
Results just released showed that
' Dawoon had a 100 prone, 100 silting,
f kneeling, and B3 standing, for
"92 aggregate out of a possible
oi the state Student Work Commis
sion of the Colorado Congregational
Conference. She is a previous in
structor at Barnard College and
lecturer at Adelphi College.
Rev. Hetzler is the Lutheran pas
tor at Iowa University. He is a
pastor of First Plymouth Congrega
tional Church, Lincoln, wts com
Students receiving bachelor- de
grees with high distinction" were
Donald Boettcher and Elvin Vachal.
Eoettcher received the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration. Vachal received
the degree of Bachelor of Science
ir Eelectrical Engineering.
Students receiving their degrees
"with distinction" were:,
Roger A. Moline, Bachelor of
Science in Agriculture: Mrs. San
dra Saylor McLean, Bachelor of
Science in Home Economics; Dr.
ArtJiur L. Larsen, Bachelor of
Arts; Darrel L. Schindler, Bache
lor of Science in Chemical Engi
neering. Walter M. Linder, Bachelor of
Science in Civil Engineering; John
V. Skinner, Bachelor of Science in
Electrical Engineering; Mrs,. -Patricia
McDougall Jones, Bachelor
of Arts in Education; Janice Orwig,
Bachelor of Science in Education;
Leona Walin, Bachelor of Science
University students can prepare
to blossom out in spring apparel
as the unseasonal high tempera
tures are expected to continue in
ly in the 40"s
Skies are ex
pected to re
main blue with
a s m a tiering
of clouds, in
and early afternoon; in the late
afternoon, they are expected to
become partly cloudy.
The high temperature in the
state was recorded at Imperial
which had a spring-like 53 degrees
Tuesday. Omaha claimed the
record for the low temperature
wiih a mild 41. Lincoln's high for
the day was a comfortable 45;
while the airport was two degrees
warmer with 47.
KK Spring Show
Trywits for tbe Kosmet Klub
spring show have beea postponed
According to Jerry Brownficld,
publicity director. Aa announce
ment regarding tryouts will be
made in ihe near future, Brown
During the coming semester, the
senior cadets will receive 35 hours
of flight instruction and the Same
amount of ground school. The ac
tual flight training will be given in
light aircraft from 65 to 200 horse
The program, mhich in part is
subcontracted to the Lincoln Avia
tion Institute, a Civil Aeronautics
school, will cost $9,200. The U.S.
Air Force is paying for the entire
The actual flying operation and
training is being conducted 1y the
private civilian flying school, and
the University's Air Force ROTC
instructors are teaching the ground
school courses as part of the regu
lar AFROTC curriculum, jColonel
Successful completion of the Gig
course will qualify tbe AFROTC
cadet for a private pilot' license.
... . v ,. ....
o ! w h vT vi v:x -a
graduate of the Luther -Theological
Seminaty, St. Paul, Minnesota, and
was Ordained in Concordia Luther
ttf Church, Concordia, Kansas. Rev.
hetzler will enlarge on the theme
"A Willing Working Witness," for
Religious- Emphasis Week.
Vol. 31, No. 45
Dunninger, the master mind of
stage, radio and television, will
present a full evening of pheno
menal telepathy in "Mysteries of
the Telepathic Mind" at the Uni
versity Colliseum Feb. .22 at 8
p.m., according to Marilyn Neek,
Dunninger will repeat the tcle
patic experiments which he con
ducted before Thomas Edison,
Steinmetz. Theodore Roosevelt,
Taft, Coolidge, Hoover and Hard
ing. He will present experiments in
thought-reading similar to . those
with which he has mystified thea
ter and TV audiences for years.
He will try to tell "Johnny" what
serial number on "Mr. Smith's"
ten dollar bill in his wallet is and
Walter Winchell speaks of Dun
ninger as the telepathic wizard
who takes thoughts right out oi
your cranium before you have a
chance to mouth theni."
Tickets will be sold Feb. 11 at
Gold's of Nebraska and the Union.
Prices for main floor, $1.50;
Lounge, $1.50 and 1.25; Balcony,
$1.25 and $1.00; and main floor
raised, $1.00 (for students only).
Colonel Duncan said the pro
gram "will stimulate interst among
ROTC cadets in a flying career
and will encourage basic cadets to
complete the entire ROTC course.
"It is also an econom y measure
in tba. it is expected to assist the
Air Force In determining which
cadets will be most likely to be
come qualified pilots."
Those senior cadets who are tak
ing part in tbe program are:
Keith Arndt. William T. Bed
welL Walter E. Blore, Dennis F.
Brune, Stephen A. Davis. James
Fager, Walter K. Gerlatas, Ron
ald A. Hoel, Dennis D. Hmby,
Doyle L. Hulme, Robert R. Kelley,
Jamer J. McConnelL Marvin G.
McNeice, Robert D. Marples, Mar
shall R. Nelson, James Oehm,
Thcmas H. Olson. Francis i", Os
terdiek. John B. Scankm, Lenny R.
Schropfer and Charles M. bum
eseofe d By Eight 'psfcBi?
. r i LA J I y , - , J fc""'
The Dean, of Westmar College,
Dr. 0. G. Thompson, was a mem
ber of the faculty of Western Union
College until 1931. He" has served
as a trustee of North Central Col
lege . and Evangelical Theological
Seminary, and -received his Ph.D
Mail orders will be accepted by
addressing the Student Union,
University of Nebraska, Lincoln,
Nebraska. Enclose a stamped,
self-addressed envelope. Make all
checks payable to the U. of N.
e IrAllflW MllRAf AIM
Considers More Students
Additional Hungarian refugee
students are under consideration
for places at the University, ac
cording to Barb Sharp, chairman
of the Hungarian Student Project.
The first student to be sponsored
by tbe group arrived in Lincoln
Saturday night. :
A work project and a benefit
dance .are ..scheduled within the
next two weeks to raise money
to bring more students to the
campus. The project fund how
stands at approximately $loiio.
"We hope that we will be able
to sponsor one more girl and eight
men , students," Miss Sharp said.
A second girl will be housed at
International House, where Sara
Laszlo, the first refugee is stay
ing. The men will be housed in
cooperatives and fraternity houses
-Dossiers, giving information
about students who would like to
come to NU are being received
by the project committee, and it
is hoped additional students will
Six University Teachers College
students have been awarded Ne-h.-rka
The recipients are:
Wayne W. Beckman, sophomore
in secondary education, industrial
arts major; Donna Eernet, junior
in elementary education; Njia
Rae Ejp, senior in elementary
educatka; Helen Jsrisen, junior
in elementary education; Irma
Trott, senior in secondary educa
tion. English major; Alice Young,
sophomore in elementary education.
degree in 1951 from Boston Univer
sity. Miss Willingham is. the Director
oi the Baptist Student Foundation
of Minnesota. She graduated from
the University of Richmond, Vir
ginia, and served as an Assistant
Board Of Control:'
Action Delayed On IK Resignations
The investigation into the
resignations of three high ranking
Interfraternity Council Officers
went on behind closed doors Tues
day night. A committee of three
appointed by the Inter-Fraternity
Board of Control, and headed by
Mr. Richard Knudson, Lincoln at
torney, interviewed fraternity IFC
representatives and alumni ad
visors in a closed meeting in the
Knudson said in a statement
after the meeting, "General
fraternity policy was discussed but
no action was taken. If any (ac
tion) is taken it will come from the
Board of Control at their next
Sam Ellis, president, Ben Bel
mont; treasurer, and Bob Schuyler,
secretary, were the three officers
who resigned last December at the
request of 16 of the 24 fraternities
on the IFC. Tbe resignations
Exhibit Art Work
Two new faculty members of
the University Department of Art
have their work on exhibit here for
the first time in the annual faculty
They are Richard Trickey, in
structor in design and Mrs. Henriet
ta Mueller, instructor in graphics
Other faculty members exhibit'
iiig work are Peter Worth. Gail
Eutt, LeRoy Burkett, Freda Spauld-
ing, David Seyler, Jeanne Fosnot,
and Tom Sheffield.
soon be on the campus.
Basis, for rejection is usually in
sufficient preparation for college
work or a complete lack of know
ledge of the English language.
There are approximately 400
students judged worthy of attend
ing colleges in the , United States
by officials at World University
Service. Most of these students
are taking training in English at
Bard 'College in New York City.
The Committee on Student Af
fairs has postponed action on the
letter by Sam Jensen, past editor
of "tbe Nebraskan," which asked
that closed meetings of the Stu
dent Affairs Committee ho longer
be held. .
Jensen presented his case in a
meeting of the committee Jan. 23
which was described by Philip Col
bert, Dean of Student Affairs as
"cordial." Colbert said, "the com
mittee wanted to go into it a little
further. It was thought that, Mr.
Keller (Assistant Direcor of Pub
licity Ken Keller and Fred (Fred
Daly, editor of "the Daily Nebras
kan") could be invited along with
Jenssn to discuss the proposal
Mart el Appointed
Bob MarteL, sophomore in Arts
and Sciences, was appointed
sports editor of the Daily Ne
braskan by the Board of Pub
lications, Picb is a member of
Newman Club and works cn he
University radio station, KNUS,
mtere he has a disk jockey show.
Director of the Teen-Age Depart
ment of the VWCA of Dayton,
Religious Emphasis Week is
sponsored by the University Coun
cil on Religion,' for the purpose of
promoting religious growth and
came, according to a statement by
Belmont, because the revolting
fraternities did not approve oi
University drinking policies which
were supported by the resigning
However, Charles Ficke, presi
Shrader Named Mew
President Of Tassels
Janice Shrader is the newly
elected president of Tassels. Miss
Shrader is on AUF Board, vice
president of Sigma Eta Chi. a
member of Women's Physical Edu
cation Cl u b
of Pi Beta
Other . offi
ning are Don
na Saw veil,
G e o r ganne
Courtesy Lincoln Star
Humphrey, treasurer, Anne Pick
ett, publicity chanrman; Judy
Chapman, notification chairman.
The new vice-president is on
Coed Counsellor's Board, and a
member of Delta Delta Delta. Miss
Waechter, secretary, is on the
YWCA Cabinet, member of Pi
Lambda Theta, Alpha Lambda Del
ta, and Towne Club.
Activities of Miss Humphrey in
clude Red Cross Board, NUCWA,
membership in Alpha Lambda Del
ta and Kappa Delta. Miss Pickett
is on Student Council AUF Board,
a Cornhusker Section Head, and a
member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
The traveler's Acts for the AWS
Coed Follies have been announced
by Carol Link, AWS president.
Sally Wengert and Marsha El
liot doing a danCe called "Rodk
ing the Joint."
Sylvia Rigg singing "Mountain
A . trio, the Blue Bells, which
includes Helen Hockabout, Pru
dence Morrow and Mildred Swift.
The Gamma Phi Beta Junior
Class in a chorus line, "A Case
Patricia Alvord, doing a piano
solo, "Color in Sound."
Catherin Niekoa and Edythe
Morrow, doing a modern dance,
"Modern Jazz Time."
Cop Debate Honors
Don Montgomery, graduate in
Speech, and George Meyer, sopho
more in Arts and Sciences, placed
first . in the Midland College De
bate Tournament. Jan. 26. They
won in the Junior Division with
a 5-0 record.
Nancy Copeland and Sara Jones
placed fifth in Senior Debate with
3-2. In Original Oratory, Sara
Jones placed second.
One hundred students from 16
colleges and universities in Ne
braska, Kansas, South Dakota,
Iowa, Minnesota ,and Illinois en
tered the lournaircat.
The next Debate Tournament is
, February 6 in Denver.
1 t-V. J?
analysis of religious beliefs.
The speakers will participate in
discussion groups in organized
houses, dormitories, classrooms,
faculty and student seminars. "The
Eternal Dimension" has been se
lected as the theme for Religious
Wednesday, February 6, 1957
dent of Phi Kappa Psi, stated after
Tuesday's meeting that this was
not the reason the three men were
asked to resign. Ficke said, "That
isn't the reason they were asked
to resign, but we have been re
quested not to say any more."
Notification chairman, Miss Chap
man, is on Builders Board, a Corn
busker Section Head, and a mem
ber of Alpha Phi.
The five finalists for the Ideal
Nebraska Coed were announced
Tuesday by Carol Link, AWS pres
ident. They include: ,
Virginia Hudson," Gamma Phi
Beta Senior in Elementary Edu
cation, who is a member of Pi
Lambda Theta, Alpha Lambda,
Delta, Dean's Advisory Commit
tee, the President of Mortar
Board past President of the Red
Cross, past Student council Secre
tary and past A.U.F. Board Mem
ber. Joan Huesner, Junior in Ele
mentary Education, who is a mem
ber of Pi Lambda Theta, Red Cross
Board, W.A.A. Officer Manager,
Aquaquettes, the President-elect of
the Athletic Federation of College
Women, and Kappa Alpha Theta
Janice Davidson, Chi Omega
Junior in Home Economics, who
is a member of Tassels, Coed
Councellor Board, C.CJI.C, Bap
tist and Christian Student Fellow
ship, and Religious Emphasis
Week Finance Chairman.
Evonne Einspahr, Junior in
Home Economics, who is a mem
ber of Alpha Lamba Delta, Phi
Upsilon Omicron, Home Ec. Club,
Vocational Home Ec. Assistant,
University Lutheran Choir, the
President of the Ag. Y.W.C.A.,
the President of Loomis HalL tbe
Pershing Rifle Commandant, and
Nebraska Sweetheart and Hello
Carol Smith. Alpha Phi Junior
in Home Economics, who is a
member of Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Aquaquettes, Home Ec. Club, the
Vice-President of Y.W.C.A., and
the Secretary of the Ag. Exten
From Union Library
The Union Picture Lending Li
brary will be open Wednesday and
Thursday in the main lounge ci
the Union. This is a free service
which allows students to check out
pictures for a semester npon pre
sentation of teir student I. D.
Pictures included in the Union
collection are now on display to
the main lounge. Among them are
"Epsom Down" by Duffy, "Danc
ei on Stage" by Degas, "Le Coq"
I by Picasso, and "Girl with Efraw
iHat" by Van Gogh.
S The two day limit on the Pic
ture Lending Library is necessary
i to ms.ke room fui &iiuilif exhibit
in tbe Union Lounge.
Lending hours are from 12 : 9
2 ja. ;
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