The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 03, 1957, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Graduate Coffee
A graduate-faculty coffee hour
will be held this afternoon from
4-6 in the Faculty Lounge in the
Union.
Innocents Work Out
Nebraskan Photo
A group of Innocents practice
tackling in preparation for tra
ditional Ivy Day ceremonies Sat
urday. The Innocents will choose
thirteen juniors to succeed them
in the senior service honorary.
Ivy Day Schedule
Saturday, May 4
9:00 Carillon rings 5 minutes.
9:05 Band Concert 10 minutes.
9:15 Mortar Boards and Innocents enter in order of tapping
9:25 Ivy Day history read by Master of Ceremonies.
9:35 Chains enter lead by the Ivy and Daisy Chain leaders.
Court enters: Attendants, Maid of Honor, children, Queen.
President of Mortar Board and President of Innocents plant
the Ivy.
Chains, Mortar Boartls and Innocents recess.
Sorority Sing.
Court Recessional.
Carillon 5 minutes.
Band Concert 10 minutes.
Court Processional.
Chancellor Hardin addresses the group.
Fraternity Sing.
Innocents present scholarship cups.
Residence Halls and Men's Glee Sing.
Announcement of winners of sorority sing.
Winners sing again.
Presentation of Mortar Board Cup.
Presentation of Innocent Cup.
Presentation of IFC award.
Announcement of winner of fraternity sing.
Winners sing again.
3:20 Court Recessional.
3:30 Mortar Boards and Innocents begin masking and tackling.
In case of rain, the Ivy Day activities will be held in the Coliseum.
The day will begin at 6:45 a.m. for MB's and Innocents.
7-9 Work
Court dress in N club Room.
Chains dress in basement.
MB's and Innocents line up in outer hall.
The schedule then proceeds as above.
10:10
10:30
11:50
12:55
1:00
1:10
1:20
1:30
2:30
2:35
2:50
3:00
3:10
9:00
not-Top Derby
HORSE STABLE TRAINER ODDB TRACK TIPS
Irvr Pill The Zoo Tnrhalnfd Mrlody 1:1 Continual build-up to too poiitioo
Innocent Ladr Collapsible Front Honeyhear'a Friend 2:1 Handy runner no iweat
Dollar Daze The Barrack. No Trainer .1:2 In the hole but kept steady pace
Conrt Marshal The Zoo I'nchained Melody 3:1. Constant trainin. and top pull
Hoorty Sort The Barrack. No Trainer 4:3 Moved up fast after quiet start
Hair Pin . Nur.rry School He'll See 4:2 fiood .table and Int. of "Co"
Barbed Wire The Mansion I nnamcd 5:4 Utile training but show, veil
Mossy Doll Sherwood Forest Capital's Pride 7:S Should have flashy finish
Imperialist Appliance Store Hot Dlsh-The tthale .1:1 Gentle pony i more esncrienred than trainer.
Little Red'. Friend Romantic 8ulle Bottoms I'p 9:1 Comini up throu.h the park
A-Tack Beauty Parlor RaK'a Choice-Ideal Paddock 10:1 Influenced by forri.n breeding
Cora Door Collapsible Front President's Lady 11:3 Delayed start shouldn't hurt
Wet Care The Cooler No Trainer 15:1 Small handicap but too filly
Watch-her Home Bndies Pink Ire IK : 1 Somewhat of a dark horse but chances food
Snperslster The Cooler No Trainer 111:3 Plenty of sturf but track look, muddy
EvrninaT Star Romantic Suite Ben's Rook 18:1 Pulls well in front of plow
Older Molder Collapsible Front Charitable Sllaa Marner 7(1:1 flood training but lost .round on the turns
Little Swede MAN Hushed Helper H:S firnomcd to win one race, may win another
Sweet Thin. African Jnncle No Trainer M:7 iood fllley hot slowed pace at finisb
fiod's Little Helper Sherwood Forest Capital's Pride 40:1 Heredity won't help
Bullion's Burton The Zoo I nrhaincd Melody .V):l Tim much competition from .table male.
Last Ride MN Little Miss Echo 70:1 From pace-setter', stable
TtVKktn Peacfc Nursery School C.rant's Dolly .0:1 Tipsters say 'Nli''
The Medio Pre.ley'. Parlor Nimble Fln.er. (.:! Ion shot but stable', onlv help
The Little Woman Sherwood Forest Capital'. Pride 100:1 Turn of loyalty to new stable will hurl
Scarlet Spook Sheet
Saturday:
Chain
Members
Announced
Members of the Ivy and Daisy
chain for the annual Ivy Day
ceremonies at the University Sat
urday were announced today.
They will appear at 9:35 a.m.
just before the entrance of the
May Queen and her court.
Honored for their contribution to
student life are:
Freshman Margaret Marshall,
Karen Peterson, RAJeanne Stitch,
Nancy Beall, Sharon Smith, San
dra Simmons, Faye Oeltjen, Jo
laine Loseke, Carole Frank, Ida
Mae Ryan, Betty Mann, Jean Sell,
Deanne Diedrichs, Dorothy Hall,
Dorothy Glade, Pat Arnold, Bette
French, Betty Burklund, Elizabeth
Smith, Kay Magaret, Sharon
Sterner, Terry Smith, Marilyn
Behrens, and Margaret Schwent-
ker.
Sophomores Myrna Grunwald,
Joyce Leners, Karen Smith, Pat
Arbuthnot, Paula Roehrkasse,
Jeanette Turner, Donna Miller,
Sondra Lee, Beverly Echelberger,
Betty Pearson, Karen Flaherty,
Donna Steinberg, Janet Dworak,
Carolyn Novotny, Joan Webster,
LaRee Naviaux, Cynthia Buell,
Susie Swingle, Beverly Ellis, Mary
Musser, Janet Seymour, Carolyn
Boesiger, Ruth Roubal, Gretchen
Lecron, Wendy Makepeace.
Juniors Sue Hinkle, G a y 1 e
Harms, Connie Hurst, Nancy
Keene, Phyllis Nelson, Phyllis
Kapustka, Kay Deppen, Margot
Franke, Darrina Turner, Elda
Broomfield, Elaine Krantz, Judith
Lundt, Lucille Forney, Louise
Klima, Marilyn Waechter, I orajane
BasKin, Phyllis Banks, Jean John
son, $Ielen Jensen, Donna Stohs,
Kay Ree'ves, Jeannie Woodside,
Pat Stadler, Carol Asbury.
Seniors P a t Alvord, Marilyn
Zuhlke, Sharon Hooker, Barbara
Jelgerhuis, M a r i 1 e e Plymake,
Joyce Roll, Willadean Spier, Shir
ley Anderson, Charlotte Benson,
Helen Hofler, Trudy Scriven, Willa
Gleeson, Velda Stokke, Delores
Fangmeier, Phyllis Chard, Betty
Stout, Donna Anderson, Barbara
England, Gertrude Sokol, Rogene
Lees, Marilee Newell, Ann
Thoenes, Betty Brandenburger,
Marlyce Johnson, Leha Gittleman,
Margie Willson, Jadene Kuxhaus,
Mary Mong, Shirley Holcomb,
Rosemary Weeks, Betty Branch,
Rita Meyer, Carolyn Galley, Mari
lyn Christenson, Judy Bost. Kyle
Jeffery, Shirley Bazant, Beverly
Pagel, Shirley Halligan, Nancy
Hunter, Marian Clark, Mary
Thompson, Janet Aunspaugh, Mar
ial Wright, Barbara Rystrom.
AWS AND IFC Wednesday an
nounced the selections to be sung
by sororities and fraternities on Ivy
Day.
Bob Schuyler, chairman of the
Interfraternity Sing, asked all
houses entered to turn music and
entry fees in to him at the Phi
Gam house by 9 a.m. Saturday.
The Sing will begin at 1 p.m. Sat
urday and houses will sing at five
minute intervals, Schuyler said.
The houses entered and the order
in which they will sing are:
Delta Tau Delta, "Hij.-Ho, Nobody
Home,"; Alpha Tau Omega, not
available; Delta Sigma Psi, not
available; Farmhouse, "Kemo Ki
no"; Phi Delta Theta, "Rock'a
My Soul;"1 Sigma Nu, "Battle
Hymn of the Republic;" Phi Kap
pa Psi, "Hold Him Joe;" Sigma
Alpha Mu, "Gaudeamus Igitur."
Beta Sima Psi, "Born to Be
Free;" Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
HOPS
Porky
Cob Head
Golden i leec
Bellboy
Blecprf
vV eerier
Grey Ixx'k.
Bauo
' Carley
Vetlnarlaus ,
Lean n' Hanfrjr
Kernel
Fotindher
Copy Boy
Sttepl Chser
Funroa
Pruicw
Icebo
.Mendel
Pudg
Flood Control
Wery
Engirt Bine.
STABLE
Terra Pulverizer!
Transients
Twin Cities
House of Revolt
Cotner Terrart
Terra Pulverizer.
Piggy Plant
Twin Cltlea
Bouse ct Revolt
Coiner Terraca
Trouble Maker
Christian Center
Terra Pulverizer,
lied Door
Blrdland
Twin CIUtj
Transient!
Ellen Smith Annex
Birdland
Arcadia
Hobber". Den
Transients
Piggy Center
TRAINER
Three Musketeers
None
Set I P
Thunderless Bli4
ATaBOO's Nephew
Prairie Home
Three Musketeers
None
Set I p
Thunderless Bird
Magoo's Nephew
Prairie Home
Grunt n' Groan
Trafalger Square
Three Musketeers
none
'".'right brothen
plus one
Set Up
Bone
Vacuum Parked
Wright brother.
Plus one
none
pone
none
none
11
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10-1
14-1
14-3
315-19
35-1
103-1
87-1
78S-7
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1 mll!lon-l
ad infinitum
.130
7B543-1
the whole pot
77-1
COMMENTS
In Like Flynn
Light Jockey
The Racquet club aluaye
wins
Blue racing furm assurr.
May pause hut shuild
guard the door
Will PlUX through
Despite legal alleys a
noble horse-better pray
Post-race winner-to-be
assures a place
Recent winner-will shovr
Shaky future may
desert the track
Vnit start poor finish
Will sneak in on
Admiral's coat-tails
I.ark hcrse could score
If track is muddy
could place
Jo interest
Neighbors don't like
the breed
Brother's showing
will determine
Too groggy
Good bettor-poor runner
Good money handler
hut'll never make it
W ay out back
Good head but poor leg
Latecomer
Registration Date
Set May 20-22
Early registration for the sum
mer and fall sessions (1957-58)
will be held In the Mon's Physical
Eduealion Building, May 20 start
ing at 9 a.m. to May ZZ.
As In previous years the regis
tration order will be determined
by the number of credit hours a
student has earned. '
Students should contact their
advisors within the next two weeks
to make out their 1957-58 sched
ules. Class schedules will be available
Monday in Room 103 of the Ad
ministration Building. Junior Divi
sion students may pick up their
schedules in Ellen Smith Hall and
Agriculture students, Room 202,
Ag Hall.
WOT
KEITH SMITH
STUDENT COUNCIL
AGRICULTURE
SIMPSON MOTOR
IMPORTS -
1819 "O" Street
Lincoln, Nebraska
Sales and Service for the l.icomparcble
"VOLKSWAGEN"
Fretenirvl Bf
Jim H. Ltwls, Campul ficpftTrenSalive
3256 IloJ.lrega Delta Sigma Pi Tel. 6-3277
You Art) Invited To Worship
ST. PAUL METHODIST CHURCH
12th and M Street
Morning Worship 11:00 KM.
Sermon Topic:
"The Story of the Church"
Church Study
Qamt-9:45 A.M.
Bidlo Miniilry Erarf Sunday
EAR 9:00-9:15 AK
XFOR 11:30 AM.
Ministers:
FRANK COURT, RALPH LEWIS, SAMUEL BEECHNER
DONALD BLISS WESLEY FOUNDATION
KEEP YOUR SUNDAYS SACRED
THROUGH THE HOLY HUSH OP WORSHIP!
Mortar Board:
Junior
Masking
Ivy Day
On Ivy Day afternoon between
five and 25 junior women will be
chosen to continue the 52-year tra
dition of the Black Masque Chap
ter of Mortar Board.
The women will be chosen on
the basis of leadership in student
activities, service and scholarship.
New members must have over a
6.3 cumulative average and must
have given service to the Univer
sity.
The 19 women who served as
Mortar Boards this year are:
Virginia Hudson, president,
member of Gamma Phi Beta.
Carol Link, member of Delta
Gamma.
Jo Ann Chalupa, secretary, mem
ber of Alpha Xi Delta.
Sarol Wiltse, treasurer, mem
ber of Chi Omega.
Jeanne Elliott, historian, mem
ber of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Linda Buthman, publicity chair
man, Kappa Kappa Gamma. .
Carol Anderson, member of
Towne Club.
Courtney Campbell, member of
Alpha Phi.
Beverly Deepe, member of Alpha
Xi Delta.
Margaret Edwards, member of
Chi Omega.
Melva Fahrnbruch. member of
Alpha Phi.
Jane Jeffrey, member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Diane Knotek, member of Pi
Beta Phi.
Shirley McPeck, member of Al
pha Omicron Pi.
Dorothy Novotny, member of
Gamma Phi Beta.
Hanna Rosenberg, member of
Towne Club.
Shir)ey Richards, Love Memo
rial Hall.
Sue Simmons, member of Kappa
Delta.
Marian Sokol, Independent.
"Deep River;' Beta Theta Pi,
"Winter Song ;" Alpha Gamma Sig
ma, "Road to Mandalay;" Delta
Upsilon, "God's Son;" Sigma Phi
Epsilon, "Song of the Spheres;"
Theta' Xi, not available; 'Sigma
Chi "Ezekial Saw the Wheel," and
Alpha Gamma Rho, "Let There
Be Song."
The organizations participating
in. the sing in the women's division
and their selections according to
AWS Board are:
Kappa Delta, "Lift, Thine Eeyes
to the Mountain;" Terrace Hall,
"Get Happy;" Towne Club, "Eli
jah Rock;" Zeta Tau Alpha, "Rhap
sody in Rhythm," Love Memorial
Hall, "Salutation to the Dawn;"
Delta Gamma, "In the Still of the
Night:" Alpha Chi Omega, "Al
pha Chi Sweetheart Song."
Delta Delta Delta, "Twilight Le
gend;" University Nurses, "Hi Lili,
Hi Lo;" Pi Beta Phi, "Let My
People Go;" Alpha Xi Delta, "Rose
Marie;" Alpha Phi, "My Dream
Sonata;" Sigma Kappa, "Voice of
Sigam Kappa;" Alpha Omicron Pi,
"April in Paris."
Residence Halls for Women,
"Roll Chariot;" Sigma Delta Tau,
"When You Wish Upon a Star;"
Chi Omega, "I Give You My
Pledge;" Gamma Phi Beta, "Lov
er;" Kappa Alpha Theta; "Theta
Lips."
The girls' division will begin at
10:30 a.m. while the men will be
gin at 1:30 p.m.
McPeck
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Rosenberg
Saturday:
Innocents
To Tackle
Successors
Thirteen juniors in University
activities will be tackled Saturday
afternoon when the Innocents So
ciety reveals its successors.
The scarlet-hooded secret senior
society helps with homecoming,
football games and New Student
Week. The Society has combined
with other Big Seven senior hon
ories to set up a men's senior
policy group.
The year's Innocents are:
Sam Ellis, president, member of
Phi Delta Theta.
John Fagan, vice president,
member of Beta Theta Pi.
John Nelson, secretary, mem
ber of Theta Xi.
Charles Trumble, treasurer,
member of Farm House.
Arley Waldo, sergeant-at-arms,
member of Alpha Gamma Rho.
Ben Belmont, member of Zeta
Beta Tau.
Bob Cook, member of Delta Tau
Delta.
Fred Daly, member of Beta
Theta Pi.
Bill De Wulf, member of Farm
House.
Jim Feather, member of Farm
House.
Doyle Hulme, member of Alpha
Gamma Rho.
Sam Jensen, member of Beta
Theta Pi.
Marshall Nelson, member of Phi
Gamma Delta.
Campus Treat: Drip-Dry Dsnim
Sets by Koret of California at
. AAGEE'S .
Charlotte McVay packs up
for picnics and summer fun
in polished denims topped by
on Ivy Button-Down Shirt in,
of oil things, red and white
bandana print ond gypsy
cummerbund of the same.
Bandana Print Shirt, $6.50
Cummerbund, $1.95
Pedal Pushers, $7,95
Women's Sportswear
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fan ''twill II II si 1.. mi -'
Simmons Sokol
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Richards
Two Candidates
Two candidates for Dairy Royal
Queen were omitted from Wednes
day's paper. Omitted candidates
for queen are: Roberta Switzer,
Colonial Terrace and Sharon Mc
Cormick, Chi Omega.
Vmi'vf Never K'll
a Wntrrn I.Ike This!
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by
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Ramey
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I want to welcome
your new advisory
board representative.
Look for an announce
ment of the new board
soon!