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The Doily Nebraskan
Friday, September J 3, 1957
Romano's Pizza Drive-In
V elcome , . ,
New women students
Many ei Your classmat.s are enroU.d
in our professional and aon-profeesional
courses. We invit you to talk to us al
our school about the intsrestina and help
ful trainioq we otter.
See lov.ly Belte Bona models in Page
ant of Beauty at Pershina Auditorium.
Sunday and Monday. September 14 and
15, and is fashion events in leadina de
partment and specialty stores in Lincoln.
Belle Uonn INTERNATIONAL
Schools ol Modeling and Charm
Model Placement Agencies
Lincoln School: 443 Stuurt Mlilg.
226 No. 10th St
21 Variety Pizza Pies
Tomato & Cheese-Jjausage-Pepperoni-Onion
Boiled Egg-Roast Beef-Bar B Que Bee' Ham
Green Pepper-Pork Sousage-Sauer Kraut
Green Olives-Ripe Olives-Tuna-Salmon-Shrimp
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Tesf Time USA
New students at the University
took their first placement tests
Monday during Initial New Stu
dent Week activities. Testing,
orientation and registration and
fee paying also were featured
highlights on programs for the
incoming frosh. New Student
Courtesy Lincoln Journal
Week activties conclude with th
Chancellor's reception tonight
and the Frosh Hop Saturday
To Head Paper
Jack Pollack, senior in Business business manager.
Administration, will act as editor j Ron Warholoski will assume the I
of the Daily Nebraskan during ' duties of managing editor and Dick j
the current semester, according to ' Shugrue will be the editorial edi-1
the University Board of Publica- j tor. i
tions. j The duties of news editor will be j
Jerry Sellentin, junior in Teach- assumed by Sara Jones, junior in
ers College, will handle the job of ' Arts and Sciences. Bob Ireland,
1 junior in Arts and Sciences,
Tryeuts for University Sing
ers and Madrigal Singers will
be held in the Music building on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
University Singers will use
room 101 and Madrigal Singers
will use room 112.
Use Nebraskan Want Ads
WE CATER TO PARTIES
OPEN: EVERYDAY 4:00 P.M.-l A.M.
This year University debaters
will wrangle over the proposition
'Resolved, that membership in a
labor organization as a condition
of employment should be illegal.,"
according to Don Olson, university
The question, chosen by a nation
wide survey of coaches, will be the
official question for the entire
country, he explained.
All students interested in par
ticipating in inter-collegiate debate
should meet Thursday at 7:15 p.m.
Room 202 Temple, Olson said. Ex
perience in debate is not necessary.
appointed senior copy editor,
Four copy editors were chosen.
! They include Carole Frank, sopho-
more in Teachers College: George
: Moyer, junior in Arts and Sciences;
; Gary Rodgers, sophomore in Busi
! ness Administration and Ernest
Hines, sophomore in Arts and Sci
ences. Bob Mane!, senior in Arts and
Sciences, will act as sports editor.
Walt Patterson, sophomore in Agri
culture, will be the Ag editor.
Jack Norris. senior in Agriculture,
was appointed circulation manager.
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