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Tuesday, October 29, 1957
The Doily Nebroskon
On The Social Side:
ftinne Gains Mm Title
By WYNN SMITHBERGER
Reba Kinne, junior in Teachers,
-as selected Saturday, from 55
candidates, .as Miss Nebraska
Press Photographer at the Omaha
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Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Press Club ball. Kay Nielsen, also
a junior in Teachers was named
An engagement and seven pin
rings were announced Monday
night by University students.
Flemings: Dee Landsness, an Io
wa State Kappa Delta senior in
Chance To Vie
Philip Sorensen will represent
the University in competition for
one of the 32 Rhodes Scholarships
awarded anually in the U.S.
Sorensen was selected by a spe
cial University faculty committee
headed by Dr. Walter Wright, as
sistant dean of the College of Arts
On Dec. 18 Sorensen will appear
before Nebraska's Rhodes Scholar
ship committee in Omaha. Two
representatives will be selected
from among Nebraska candidates
at that time to represent the state
in a six-state district competition.
The District commitee will award
Home Economics from Sac City,
Iowa, to Dick Tempero, a Theta
Xi junior in Teacher from Lin
Barbara Meston, a Pi Beta Phi
junior in Music from Broken
Bow, to John Stewart, a Phi Delta
Theta junior in Business Adminis
tration from Lincoln.
Joan Klug, ' a Zeta Tau Alpha
senior in Teachers from Madrid,
to Larry Keesacker, an Acacia
senior in Business Administration
Judy Easter, a Gamma Phi
Beta sophomore in Teachers from
Des Moines, Iowa, to Tom Miller,
a Pi Kappa Psi junior in Business
Administration from Falls City.
Sally Well, a Delta Gamma
freshman in Teachers from Oma
ha, to Mike Cochran, a Sigma Al
pha Epsilon '-sophomore in Teach
ers from Omaha.
Mary Ellen McCauley of Omaha,
who is now attending Duchesne
College, to Terrance Cochran, a
Delta Tau Delta senior in Teach
ers from Omaha.
Karen Holm, a student in the
Omaha Methodist Hospital from
Omaha, to John Dillingham, a
Sigma Phi Epsilon junior in Arts
and Science from Omaha.
Engagement: Kay Gleason, a
senior in Teachers from Beatrice,
to Charles Hays of North Hart
1957-8 General Scholarship Recipients Named
NU Spanish Club
To Hold Meeting
Thirty-one University students
from eleven Latin American coun
tries will be guests of the Spenish
Club of the Romance Language De
partment at a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held in room
313 of the Union.
The students have been invited
in observance ot united Nations
month, according to Dr. Hal Car
ney, faculty adviser.
Entertainment, featuring Roman
Covarrubias and his guitan, will
Approximately 1300 upperclass
men were awarded scholarships for
1957-58 by the Senate Committee on
General Scholarships. The scholar
ships granted were Regents, Edu
cational Grants or Donor Scholar
ships. The atufcnta are: Wallace Adam, Ruta
Adams Nathan Adkins, Giruta Adminia,
Klcan Adminia. Walter Akrson, Gary An
deraon, Lloyd Anderaon. George Andrea
eon, and Reffina Armstrong.
Patricia Arnold. Barbara Ann. Dennle
Aten, Lee Atkin, Clarence Atwood, Waiter
Babcock. Barbara Bacon. Paul Baldwin,
Raymond Balour. John Banka. Kenneth
Batenhorat. Edward DeadJe. and Helen
Nancy Beat. Robert Becker Murllnd
Beckman. Wayne Beckman, Joanna
Bender, Donna Bemet, Henry Berna, Ken
neth Berne, Richard Berna. Allan Berg
gren, "Constance Berry, Wealey Berry.
Jon Bicha, Marvin Biahop, Glen Black
ynon. Cherryl Blakeway. Fredrick Btisa,
Gloria Block, Janet Block. Dwtght Boe
aiaer and LaVauahn Boldt.
Thomaa Bollinger, Dennle Bonge, Phyllis
Bonner, Jamea Bora. Rex Bosley, Paul
Bower, Fredric Boyden, Douglas Drauns
roth, Sharon Brehm, Boyd Breslow. Jayne
Brown. Jerry Brown, Jim Brown, Roger
Brown, Allan Buehner. John Buffinaton,
Betty Burklund, Daniel Campbell, Betty
Canrter Earl Carlson. Marlyn Carlson.
William Carlson, and Jamea Carson.
Beverly Chloupek, Mary Christensen,
Lynn Christiansen. Gretchen Chriatopher,
William Cirksena, Warren Clary, Sherry
Clendenny, John Coatea, Ernest Cobb,
Marilyn Coffey. Jamea Cole. Rebecca Col.
Things are tapering off on the
University's flu front after last
week's flare up.
Dr. Fuenning, Student Health
Center Director, said that a total
of 126 cases on campus were known
to him Monday with 17 of them be
ing in the Health Center.
He added that there is still a
good number of students home
throughout the city due to the ill
ness but can't be traced through
the houses and dorms.
Not any of the students are par
ticularly seriously ill, he said,
since a fairly mild form of the flu
has hit most of the campus.
It will probably be evident in a
day or two whether or not the peak
has been reached, Fuenning said.
Moines, Dec. 21.
Sorensen is edior-in-chief of the
Nebraska Law Review, a position
reserved for outstanding third-year
law students. Three of his older
brothers and a sister, Robert,
Thomas, Ted, and Ruth, have all
won scholastic honors at the University.
Western observers believe that Marshall Georgi Zhukov has been
downgraded in a move by the Communist Party to assert its full power
of control over the army. Some think that Zhukov may be shunted off
into some minor political roll, leaving Nikita Krushchev as the undisput
ed Soviet boss of both foreign and domestic policy. The curtness of
the announcement replacing Zhukov created the impression among
Moscow observers that the former war hero was being shunted aside.
Correspondents found it easy to clear witii censors a prediction that
Zhukov would be divorced from the armed forces and be appointed a
Soviet officialdom is still silent on the matter however. Pravda, the
official news organ of the Communist Party reminded its readers sharp
ly that the unity of the Communist party must be considered inde
structible. Thus Zhukov once again may find his star in descendancy. After
the Second World War. Zhukov was demoted from his position as corn-
four Rhodes scholarships in Des j mander in chief of the armed forces by Marshall Stalin, who found
'the hero of the battle of Stalingrad and Berlin entirely too popular
with the Russian people.
Zhukov's successor, Marshall Rodin Malinovsky, also provides a
bit of enigma for western observers. Malinovsky leaped to the post
of Soviet defense minister over Marshals Ivan Konev and W. D. Soko
lovsky, both of whom outranked him.
Flu Still Around
About 20 of the students in Lincoln schools are still ill with the
flu Monday after a four day teacher's convention holiday. This, accord
ing to Dr. E. A. Rogers, State Health Department Director, is the
picture throughout the state as another week of the flu siege begins.
Dr. Steven Watkins, Lincoln school superintendent, who has conferred
with health officials said the town is saturated with the flu and there
is o point in closing the schools unless a teacher shortage develops.
It was reported 68 faculty members in the system were ill. Mean
while, Nebraska Wesleyan University was reported almost back to
normal after a peak of 200 flu cases last week.
The Syrian foreign ministry still had qualms Monday that Turkey
"might seize the opportunity" of NATO maneuvers this week to attack
Syria. In a note to NATO members, the foreign ministry said Turkey
might attack Syria in the belief that NATO backs such action and that
the prescence of NATO forces in Turkish coastal areas adjacent to the
Syrian shore is to protect Turkish forces during their possible aggres
sive operations. The foreign ministry said that if this happens, NATO
forces would be a tool to facilitate aggression. (
Army General Protests Order
A top ranking army general, General Willard Wyman, chief of
the Continental Army Command, said it is dangerous to "fetter" the
army's development of ballistic missies" The reference was obviously
to a Defense Department order confining the Army to development of
intermediate range, 1,500 mile ballistic missies. The order was issued
by former Secretary of Defense, Charles Wilson. It permitted the Air
Force also to develop an IRBM while at the same time going ahead
with perfection of a 5,000 mile, intercontinental ballisticse missile. "The
exact depth of their (the missiles') position and the exact mileage of the
range necessary to accomplish the mission will depend on so many vari
ations of the situation and-geography it is impossible for anyone to pre
dict today," he continued., "Consequently, I consider it dangerous to fet
ter our development now with arbitrary range limitations and rigid
definitions of the future battle area which the enemy may choose to
Fire Rating At Stake
Mayor Bennett Martin said Monday that Lincoln should know within
ten days if the city can stay in its Class Four fire protection rating.
The National Board of Fire Underwriters are now considering proposed
improvements and will report to the city on their final decision. It has
been reliably estimated that the drop from Class Four to Five could
possibly cost Lincolnites about $1.5 million in additional fire insurance
rates a year.
Sabotage Blacks Program (
Sabotage of a power line knocked out local transmission of a na
tionwide telecast by one of the South's most prominent Negro integra
tion leaders. Alabama Power Co. officials said a chain was thrown
across its lines just before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Segan an
interview on the NBC program, "Look Here." The sabotage blacked
out a large portion of central Alabama but did not interfere with the
network broadcast to other areas.
For Fall Drive
Independent solicitations team
captains for the All University
Fund drive beginning Nov. 5 have
besn announced by Terry Mitch
em, acting independent solicitation
Team captains are Ida Mae
Ryan, Alpha Phi; Sally Barnes,
Alpha Xi Delta; Bobbie Bible, Al
pha Chi Omega; Pat Schlueter,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Nancy Spilker,
Chi Omega; Jean Berger, Delta
Delta Delta; Bobbie Jordenson,
Delta Gamma, and Margaret
Marshall, Gamma Phi Beta.
Others include Dlan Jones, Kap
pa Alpha Theta; Dee Wertz, Kap
pa Delta; Karen VanAmburg,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Lou Har
rison, Pi Beta Phi; Donna Stein
berg, Sigma Delta Tau; Liz Bang
hardt, Sigma Kappa, and Linda
West, Zeta Tau Alpha.
Proceeds from the AUF drive
will be divided among five char
ities, World University Service, the
National Heart Association, th e
National Multiple Sclerosis Soci
ety and the National Association far
Mental Health and LARC School.
Shirley Chab, Alpha Xi Delta,
has been elected president of the
Junior Panhellenic Council.
Other new officers are Barbara
Fenwick, Delta Delta Delta, vice
president, and Mary Cunningham,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, secretary.
The council consists of a repre
sentative from each sorority
Four new members have been
Initiated into Alpha Lamda Delta,
freshman women's honorary, ac
cording to Marilyn Pickett, presi
dent. They are: Mary Lynn Watts,
Judith Douglas,' Erika Stark and
The new initiates attained the
required 7.5 average during the
second semester last year.
WE NOW SERVE
Open Seven Days A Week
115 So. 25th St.
well, Judith Combs. Glenn Conner, Yvonne . Charles Krew. Norman Krivosha, Sandra Shane. Barbara Sha, and Francis
Cook, Barbara Coonrad. Nancy Coover, Kully, David Kutseh, Sally S;.asc, and Shaughnessy,
and Howard Copaa. Arthur Ladenburg. I Frank S;,Heiy. Sondra Sherman. Jan-
Nancy Coneland Rfchard Covault, Don- Thomas Laird, Rosooe Lance, Roderick f ire Shrador, Richard Shuerue. Janet
aid Cox, Manjane Craig, Carole Crate, Landers, Joseph Lantan. Howard Lanpe, ) Shuman. Gretchen Sides. Donald Sinner .
John Cutkosky, Janis Davidson, Raymond Ronald Lanlz. Lois La Rue Darrell Lau. I Harry Sirk. Maurice skeith. Donald Skooe,
DeBower, John Dehae. Marshall Denen- ! Sara Lazlo, Sondra Lee. Stephen Ieper. ( Caroline Sk.rec Robert Smtflt. Carol
berg, Michael Denenberg, Geortte Denes, Mary leger, June le!er. William Lind- j Smith. Karen SmiTh, Paul Smith, Ronald
Donald Dertien, John DesKnfants, Jere ' gren. Ned Lindsay, Joiaine Loseke, Jam-t - Smith. lcrr Sm;th. Ted Snediker. Bruce
Lovseth, Prisoilla Lowe, James Loyd, w. Siv:Vr Karen Snyder, Richard Snyder,
liam Lucke. Charles LueMman. Marilyn I Richard Sokol, Judith Sopner, Don Sor
Luundahl, Frd Lundin, Loren Lutes, and ! ens?n Ptti'ip So-enn, James Souders.
Richard Lynch. Vernon Sondcrs. M'-rna Soule, Nancy Spil-
Nancy Lysinger, Donald Mo Arthur l.lwr. and William Spilker.
Blaine McClary, Vircinia, McClure, Joe! J Ericar Spliltercerber. Denis Stark Eri-
DeVilbisa, Dorothy Dicke. John D 1 1 1 1,
and Charles Debry
Polly Doering, Alan Domlna, Beverly
Doty. Judith Douglas John Douthit, Sally
Downs, Dean Doyle, Cbarloote Dnhaus,
Karen Dryden, Martin Dumler, Ingrida
Diem s, Karlis Dxenis, George Eajfleton,
Melvin Earnest, Doris Fby, Beverly Echel
berger, and Berneita Eckliwid.
William Ehresman, Mefvyn Eikleberrv.
George Eisenhart, Corrine Ekttrom, Mar
ian Elder, JoAnn Ellermeier, Larry Ep
stein William Enck, Bryan Ericson. Dar
lene Ernst, Phil Etzelmiller, John Eule,
Joyce Evans, David Ewert. Gayle Far.
well, Herbert FeidJer. Paul Feldstein, Sar
aiean Flanagan, Sandra Foell, David
Ford, James Foley. Robert Frank, Mar
got Franke, and John Fristoe.
Mary Frifts, AJlyn Froehlich. Jerome
Fuhrman, Chart Gangel, Robert Gaver
Thomas Gensler, Richard Gilliland, Wil
liam Gingles, Dorothy Glade. Kay Glea
son, Luther Godbey, John Goldner, Nor
ma Gosch. Frances Gourlay, Helen Gour.
lay, Sharon Grant, Michael Green berg,
Areita Greenland, and Paul Gregory.
Burton Greiner. Robert Grimit. Mvrna
Grunwald. John H fiber man Dorothy Hall,
MrComb, Mary McC'une, Sharon McD'on
ald, James McGath, Ronald MrNiehi. Rob
ert Maag, Barbara Mace, Joan Marks
man. Larry Mackenstadt. James Marlay.
Lorene Mader. Joyce Magirison, Bonnie
Matiette, Edward Malzer. Barbara Man
die, William Manke Betty Mann, Robert
Marks, William Marten. Elmer Maruif
Maiiene Martiaon, Joyce Mason, Andris
Matisons, Diana Maxwell, Virgil Meedel,
and William Mehrens.
Jack Mover, William Meyer, Barbara
Meyers, Jane Michaud, Barbara M'rhel
mann, Jaequelyn Miller,- Nathan Miller.
Barbara Millnitz, James Minor, Teresa
Mitohem Mary Moldenhauer, Jo Ann
Moore. LeRoy Morrissey, Clifford Moss,
Dan Moss, George Moyer. Lois Mueller.
Dorothy Mulhair, Louis Murdoch, Mary
Musser, LaRee Naviaux, Thomas Neff,
RoKer Neil, and Phyllis Nelson.
Robert Nelson, Barbara Nesmith. Karen
Newton, Donald Nirkman. John Nielsoen
Richard Hansel, Cynthia Hansen, Lucille , Irene Nielsen, Patricia Nixon Larry No-
Happel. Harley Hardison, Jon Hargileroad, vicki, Carolyn Novotney, Jack N'yquist
James Harpstreith, Lou Harrison, John; Gary Oakeson. Faye OelUen, Erick Olsen
Hartung. Wilber Hass, John Hauserman,
Holly Hawke, Cecil Hayes, Ronald Haz
ard, Jerold Heelan. Robert Heis. Lee
Herman. Lorn a Herrmann, Alma Meuer
mann Nancy Heusner, Jacqueline Hig
bee, and Sue Hinkle.
Helen Hockabout, Sharon Hooker. Har
old Hoff, Dean Hohnstein, David Ho comb,
Roberta Holt, Margaret Hornady, Rocer
Hornby, Clarence Houser. Richard Howey,
Myrna Hunter, Connie Hurst, Verlyn Hu
aa, Shlrlie Hutcherson, Floy Hutzenbiller,
Donald Ingold, Robert Ireland, Raymond
Isaacson James Jacobs, Frances Jensen,
Marilyn Jensen, Nelson Jensen, and War
Paul Jewett, James Jirik. James Jirsa,
Del win Johnson, Howard Johnson, Joel
Johnson, Joyce Johnson, a net ohnston,
William ohnston, Dwain Jones, Sara
J ones , R ose M a r le J oy ce , Gerald Kaes,
Ronald Opland, Jack Oruch. Clemens Ot- Dnnald
ten, Mary Otto. Beverly Owens, Merlin
Parsons. Betty Pearson. James Peck, Kar
en Peterson. Lynn Peterson, Robert
Phelps, Bonnie Pickrel Carol Pohlmnn,
Forrest Poska, Karen Preston, Courtenay
Price, Jeanette Prince, Conna Purbftnyh,
James Quick, Robert Quick and Gerald
Ronald Radenz. Russell Rasmussen,
Donn Raymond, Jerry Reed, Ronald Reed.
Susan Rhodes. Marvin Richardson. Robert
Ringler, Ronald Rinne. Eldon Ritterbush,
Kathleen Roach. Richard Roberts Suzanne
Roberts, DMe Rockwell, LeRoy Rockwell.
Richard Rwlfs, James Rogers. Dwaine
Rrgge, Ruthena Rosenquist, Yvonne Ross,
Larry Rotert, Ruth Roubal, and Clellanna
Gerald Rounsborg, Claude Rowley, John
Rudd. Earl Rudisil, Larry Ruth. Ida Ryan
ka Starck. Sylvia Steiner. ssnaron Sterner.
Wiilmm S".evens. R(.leanne Such, Grecorv
Stillman. Donna S'ohs. Donald Straub,
John Stuckv. Harlev Stutesman, Karen
Sukovaty. Annexe Sunderman, Adolph
Sutkn. George Siivdan, Fred Swaint. Kay
Swart s, Walter Switzer, Patricia Tatroe
Bonna Tcbo. Loren Te.ikl, Larry Tetziofl.
Paul Thomas, and Edward Thron.
Otto Thiemann. David Toilhon, Carole
Triolett. Judith TnieH, Robert T u p e r,
Darrina Turner. Vi.'a Lpitis. Marvin
Varek. Rvclue VrOmam. Atnes ese!v,
Richard Villm. Alice Virtanen. DopuM
Vondrarek Bernard Votava Marilyn
Werhter. Willa Waldo. Ralph Walker.
Jovce Walla, Marv Walters, and Samuel
Ronald Wsrhnlo'ki. Mari Watts. Arthur
Weaver, James Weaver. Juan W ehsier,
David Weeks. James Wees. Donald Wees.
Harry Woiuel. Robert Weicel. John Weil
er. Roger Welsch, Lyle Wendt, Dale Wen
zincer Delores Wertz. Wavne Wessel, Rev.
erly West. Lloyd Westerbuhr, Robert West
more. Charles Whitney. Diana Whitney,
Whit new Sally wiesneth. James
Guinter Kahn, Merwrnna Knmpman. John ; Gretchen Saecer, Patricia Salisbury Jo
Kane, Phyllis Kaouslka K ENNETH Kauf. j Ann Sander. Williim Sapp. Howard Sau
man. Patsy Kaufman, Owen Kautzman, ! er, Carol Savener, Keith Schafer, Marcia
Nancy Salter Keene, and Charles Kepp. j Schammel, Larry Scheierman, Roger
Bernard Kelly. William Kendall, Paulus Schindler, Joy Schmidt. Raymond
Kersten, Charles Keves, Harris Kiburz, i Schmidt, Vernon Schoep, Keith Schrader,
William Kimberely, Glora King, Willard Larry Schrng, Sidney Schroeder, Robert
Kinghorn. William Kinsel, Howard Kirsch, 1 Schuyler, Karen Schuster, Thomas
Allen Kirtley, Raymond Kjar Ward Kling. j Schwab, Malvern Seagren Mary Seberger,
ebiel, Alvln Konnpik. Robert Kovarik, John Paul Seevers, Robert Semin, Julie Seng.
Kowalski, Elaine Krantz, Carroll Kraus, 1 Robert Settles, Richard Seymour, James
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Courtesy Lincoln Star
Wilkinson, and Carolyn William.
Erwin Williams, Jere Williams. Phyllis
Williamson, Charles Wilson. Leland Witt
ier, D. Jeanne Woodside, Richard Wool
ley. Duane Wrny. Marion Wright. Janice
Wrnth. Laura Wunderlich Clarence Wylie,
D AVID Y o c o m. David Young, Pen.
ny Younrers, Arthur Zech, Kenneth Zitek,
and Cynthis Zschau.
Freshmen who have received Re
gents Scholarships, Educational
Grants or Donor Scholarships are:
Michael Adams, Alice Ahlschwede, Ron-
' Monte Hotmann. LeRoy Holcomb, Ruby
I HousW. Sue Hubka. Paul Huebner. Arthur
Huche. harle Humphrey. Adrmnn
Ihms. Peul Infold, James Inhclder, Jeanne
Inness. Lane Isaacson, Maunre Jay, R,ib
ert Jensen. Etdon Johansen, Arnold John
son. Gordon Jones, Clara Kammann. Hil
da Kammann. Evars Karklins, Don Kauf
man and G rover Kau.z
Mar-in Keller. Gene Kellogg, Larr' Kil
struo. Ronald Knauber. Roberta Knaun,
Jay Knepner. Mary Kock, JoAnn Kollmor
gen, John Knemelmeyer, Djivid Kroeter,
Gary Krollman. Carol Kueera. Carol Lang
hauser, '.. ,Jiam Larscn. Bonnie Lear,
David Lederer, Aha Beibrandi, Connil
Linouist, and Gary Lorenten.
Francis MeCamlev, Dave McCnnahav,
Patricia Mclntyre. Rosa McLean. Howard
McNiff. Beverly Mankin. Paul Martin.
Richard Masters, Nicholas Me. senburg,
Donald Miles. Gale Miller, John Mitehem,
Pnsriila Mnller, Merlin Montgomery,
James Morgan. Gloria Mowrey, Lois
Muhle, Ri'a Mullet, Dennis Nelson, Aaron
Nor dyke. Gary Northouse, Edward Novak,
and Linda Oakeson.
Sheryl Oherg, Muriel Olson, Margaret
Ol-on. Wilham Parsons, Thoma Peck,
Allen Petersen. Margaret Petersen. Rich
ard Powers, James Ralls. Sharon Ramge,
Robert Ray. Michel Rediger. Francis
Reece, Gclen Reed, Vivian Reppert, Anita
Retchless. Dennis Richters, Joan Rinne,
Larry Rissler, Clayton Robarchek, Mar
garet Rohertson. Claris Robinson, Har
riett Robotham, Roberta Rock, Sylvia Ro
dehorst, and Henry Roemmich.
Phyllis Rolofson, Karen Rosroe, Stan
Ruden. Walter Russell, Mary Ryan.
Charles Rydberg. Mac Ryder, Fred Sam
uelson. Ralph Santi, Joseph Schafer, Ken
neth Scheffel. Milrnn Schmeeekle, Mary
Schmel7er. Dale Schmitz, Kay Schons
berg, Margaret Schroeder, Georee Schurr,
Cathry Scott, Peter Seberger, David Sell,
Dorni'hv Sellcntin, Richard Seng, and Nan
Keith Sbuey, Warren Siecke, Shirley
Simmons, Virginia Sobotka, Peggy Sou
cek, Frances Spocneman Larry Spnck,
Bruce Stackhouse. Darlene Standley. Mary
Stastny, Susan Stehl. David Stepan, Paul
Stevens. Harriet Strickland, Kathryn Stut,
Gale Sup. Daryl Swanson, Richard Sweet,
James Swift, Kenneth Tempero, and Terr
Kenneth Tharp, Richard Thomas, Jea
Thompson, Lynn Thoreen. Sue Thorpe
Jean Thurher. Richard Timmerman,
Frankie T-imble, Arlene Tuers, Kay th-
linc, Yvonne I mlnnd. Larry "acek, Gary
aid Aksamit. John Albers, Paula Ams- ' Vencill. James Vincent. Barbara Vahle
bury. Michael Anania, Carl Anderien, Mary 'alencia. John Voboril, Jeary ogt
Gary Anderson. Janet Anderson, Robert and Winston Wade.
Anderson, Sonia Anderson, Mary Apking. Mary Weber, Larry Weitzenkamp. El-
Fucene Armstead James Armstrong, Iva
Ashieman, Martha Bailey, Richard Ban
tam, Kenneth Bar.ienbruch, Janice Bart
ling, and Sharon Baughman.
Alice Baumgartner, Frank Bay. Bonnie
Beal, Ronald Bell, Douglas Berouter,
Janet Blankenship. David Blecha, Shirley
Blecha, James Blohm, Ann Blomquist,
Conrad Borzych, Lawrence Brannigan,
Marian Brayton, Jean Bresley Annis
Brown. Kurt Rrown, Steve Brown, Eldon
Brownawell, Wavne Brugger, Marvin
Brugh, and Phyllis Brunkow.
Kathryn Burcham, Sandra Burden, Lyle
Bush, Thomas Canarsky, James Carlson.
Janis Cepure, Gail Christenson, Charles
Chilriers. Edward Cole, Arlene Cook, Noel
Copeland, John Copper Cathleen Corkle,
Gayle Cottingham, Marvin Cox, Jack
Craft. Daniel Crawford, Harold Dallas,
Donald Davison, Diane Demers, Roger
Doane. Mavis Dvorak, Thomas Eason,
and Carita Eggleston.
Judy Ellis. John Else. Donald Enp. Ker
mit Erickson, Gary Esser, Charles Evans.
Roger Evans, Clifford Filips. Kenny
Fisehbach, Linda Forch, Nancy Fowler,
Gordon Fox, Richard Frahm, Ronald
Frickel, Evelyn Friedemann. Charles
Frisk. Tom Frolik. Douglas Frost, Connie :
Funk, Judith Gardner, James Garner, and i
George Garrett. ,
Vernon Garwood, Richard Gerdts, !
Tames Glathar, Joan Graf, Fail Gray j
Virginia Greenly, Wayne Hagemoser, Dar. ;
reJI Hajek, Cameron Hall, Robert HaH, :
Ivar Hansen, Paul Hansen, John Hare, !
Nancy Harris, Elizabeth Harrison, Joyce ;
Helsing, Edward Hempel, Roger Henriek-
son, Richard Hentzen, Paul Herman, Nina ;
Herndon, Beverly Heyne and John Hoer-
vera Westerbuhr. Carl White W: i 1 1 i a m
White, John Williams. Judith Williams,
Larry Williams, Rarbara Wilson. Willard
Witte, Clarence Wolfe, Laura Wurst.
Last Free Dance
The last free dance lesson will
be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
Union Ballroom, according to Sally
Downs, dance committee chaia
The session will continue with
the jitter bug lessons and will
feature the rhumba.
Your Name. Degree, College
Beautiiul Embossed Gold Seal
One Dozen $3.50
Additional per Dozen $1.20
GRAVES PRINTING CO.
312 North 12th Ph. 2-2957
Dutchess, the only female pledge
of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, has
full run of the house as well as
of the campus in general. The 120
pound St. Bernard likes pop great
ly and is described as only a light j
social drinker. Baths, rides, lots of
attention, and disturbing military
procedure fit into her daily sched
ule of pranks.
ROMANO'S PIZZA DRIVE-IN
226 No. 10th St. Phone 2-5961
21 Variety Pizza Pics
75c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00
NO SORRIER WARRIOR exists than the one without
Lucldes. What's he missing? A smoke that's as light as
they come! End to end, a Lucky is made of superbly light
tobacco golden rich, wonderfully good-tasting tobacco
that's toasted to taste even better. That's a lot to miss out
on no wonder our chief has grief! Up North, you'd call
him a Blue Sioux; back East, a Bleak Creek. But out in
the land of the pueblo, he's just a mighty Mopey Hopi.
(Smoke signal to you: Light up a Lucky. You'll agree a
light smoke's the right smoke for you!)
"What is a man who classifies
MEMPHIS STATE U
WHAT IS A HEALTHY BEAGLE
Do you like to shirk work? Here's
some easy money start Stick
ling! We'll pay $25 for every
Stickler we print and for hun
dreds more that never get used.
Sticklers are simple riddles with
two-word rhyming answers. Both
words must have thssame number
of syllables. (Don't ilo drawings.)
Send your Sticklere with your
name, address, college and class
to Happy-Joe-Lucky, Box 67A,
Mount Vernon. N. Y.
I ' sTRIKEjf
WHAT IS A DANCE IN FRANCE?
CARNEGIE INST. OF TECH.
WHAT IS A SNAZZY STRINGED
CHICO STATE COLLESI
WHAT IS A BRICKLAYER WHO'S
ABOUT TO BE A FATHER?
WHAT IS A FIGHT BETWEEN
NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF A BM.
LIGHT UP A
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SMOKE LIGHT UP A LUCKY! i
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