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Vol. 32 No. 28
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which will provide the best view
of the University Homecoming
displays, Friday evening. Traffic
will be directed by the police and
Henzlik To Retire
Three dean at the University
are schetuled to retire at the end
of the school year, according to
A. C. Ereckenridge, Dean of Fac
ulties. Dr. Bert Hooper, dentistry, Dr.
Frank Henzlik, teacheri college,
snd Dr. Carl Fullbrook, business
administration will have reached
the administrative retirement age
of Co this summer.
Breckenridge said it is hoped
that there will be local men who
can replace the retiring deans and
will try to name new deans by
No other deans will reach the
retirement age until 1961, when
dean Joseph Burt of pharmacy be
Dr. Henzlik has been dean of
Teachers College for 26 years,
and has been at tbe University
since 1922. He has been president
f the North Central Association
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vV-X ' JMIW Judy Chapman
Courtar Lincoln Star
will enter at 17th and R, travel
west on R to 14th, then turn
north to S, east on 8. to 16th,
north on 16th to Vine, and west
on Vine to 14th.
of Colleges and Secondary
Schools, chairman of the Lincoln
committee to celebrate Israel's
sixty anniversary, and president of
the Cornhusker Council of Boy
Dean Hooper was a 1915 grad
u a t e of the University Col
lege of Dentistry in 1915. He served
as an instructor and department
chairman and was named dean in
A fellow of the Internation Col
lege of Dentists, he is a member of
more than 13 professional organiza
tions. Dr. Fullbrook haa been College
of Business Administration dean for
11 years. He was an instructor at
the University from 1920 to 1943
when he became executive manag
er of the Lincoln Chamber of Com
merce. In 1946 he, returned to Ne
braska to become dean of the college.
i Barbara Lantz
gAf , ,4 6:45 P. M.
Pep Rally bonfire 6:45 p.m.
Homecoming Displays begin at 7 p.m.
Homecoming Eve Dance, Union Ballroom, 9 p.m.
Homecoming Parade, 10 p.m.
Alumni Luncheon, Cornhusker Hotel, 11:30 a.m.
Homecoming Football Game, Nebraska vs. Kansas, 2 p.m.
, Fraternity and Sorority Open Houses, Coffee Hour, Union, 4:30 p.m.
By BOB IRELAND
Chief Copy Editor j
How does it feel to know you'
might be the 1957 University
Homecoming Queen? j
Well, in the words of this year's!
five candidates its "exciting," i
"dumfoundingr" "tremendous," i
"thrilling," and "wonderful."
This year's crop of candidates
for the coveted queen title are not
only true blue campus leaders en
gendered with a firm conviction to
aid the University but also, and
what is more important to the aver
age campus male, very attractive
All of the candidates, Nadine Cal
vin, Judy Chapman, Judy Dout
hit, Karen Krueger, and Barbara
Lantz will appear Saturday during
the half-time ceremonies of the
Nebraska- Kansas Homecoming.
Four will be attendants and one
lucky girl will reign as queen.
All of the candidates interviewed
expressed approval of the newly
revitalized system of selecting
queen finalists. As one girl put it;
"the system allows for a better
Among the qualifications fot
Homecoming Queen listed by the
candidates interviewed which they
thought necessary for student con
sideration were, 1) service to the
University, 2) scholarship, 3) ser
vice to students through campus
activities and 4) interest in cam
Likewise the student council
recommendation to Tasreis propos
ing a longer and more publicized
voting period for Homecoming
Queen was heartily endorsed by
the candidates interviewed. One
girl stated that "many people who
came to vote for Queen were dis
couraged from doing so by the long
lines to the ballot boxes."
The candidates revealed that
each have had a barrage of well
wishers, telegrams and long dis
tance phone calls during the past
few days. One girl was honored
at a party.
All of the queen finalists stated
that the preliminary interviews
which were held by the special se
lections board were conducted in
a competent and fair . manner.
Members of the nominating board
included; the 1957 Tassels officers;
A free Homecoming Eve Dance
sponsored by the Union will fea
ture the Collegians, a five piece
band and will be held from 8:30
p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Students and alumni are invited
to attend, according to Bob Handy,
Union activities director.
The dance will be held in the
Union ballroom to accommodate a
large crowd, according - to Sally
Downs, dance committee chair
man. Students are invited to come
in after they visit the homecoming
decorations, Miss Downs said, and
it will be a come as you are event.
Bob Handy explained that the
Union is sponsoring a free dance
this year, because many people go
through the Union on Homecoming
Eve and this will give them some
thing to do.
Over 75,000 people are expected
to witness the University's annual
Homecoming celebration this week
end. Highlighting the two-day affair
Jan Shrader, president; Donna
Sawvell, vice-president; and Mari
lyn Waechter, secretary; N-Club
president, Bill Hawkins; Don Clif
ton, assistant professor of educa
tion; Gordie Warner, president of
Corn Cobs, and Bill McQuistan,
The five queen candidates and
their parents will be feted at a
luncheon in the University Club,
Saturday at which time the new
queen will be announced. They will
also take part in the Saturday
Activities of the candidates in
clude: Miss Calvin, is a Junior
in the College of Agriculture major
ing in Home Economics. She is a
member of Phi Epsilon Omicron,
Alpha Lambda Delta,' Home Ec
Club and Council, Newman Club.
She is AWS Board Secretary, a
member of Tassels and is Scholar
ship Chairman of Love Memorial
Miss Chapman is a junior in
Teacher's College, Tassels notifica
tion Chairman, Secretary of Stu
dent Council, member of Builders
Board, and Rush Chairman of
Miss Douthit, is a junior in
Teacher's College, a member of
Union Board, Young Republicans,
Tassels and Social Chairman of
Delta Delta Delta. '
Miss Krueger, is a junior in
Teachers College, WAA Secretary,
past member of Coed Counselors
Board, a cheerleader and rush
chairman of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Miss l antz, is a junior in Teach
er's College, a member of Tassels,
Coed Counselors, Cantebury Club,
University Theater, Student Coun
cil and Scholarship Chairman of
Alpha Xi Delta.
eS To See
will be a rally at 6:45 p.m. Friday
which will begin at the Carrilon
Tower and will end at a vacant lot
of 17th street where the featured
event will be the burning of the
Jayhawk effigy, according to Bill
McQuistan, Yell King.
Other features will be speeches
by Coach Bill Jennings; co-captains
for Saturday's game, Jerry
Brown and Doug Thomas; and
Tom Novak, former All-American
Skits by the Kappa Sigmas and
the Alpha Omicron Pis will also
All organized houses are urged
to bring spirit signs to the rally
without fraternity or .sorority sym
bols. NU GOP
Representatives from five states
are expected to attend the annual
regional convention of the Midwest
Federation of College Young Re
publican Clubs, to be held today
and Saturday at the University.
The University Young Republi
cans will be hosts.
The principal speakers will be
Dan Hofgren, national chairman
of College Young Republicans, and
John Ashbrook, national chairman
of Young Republicans. Both are
from Washington, D. C. They will
speak at the Saturday luncheon at
The convention chairman will
be Darinna Turner, a Univer
Opening at 5 p.m. Friday, a
business meeting will be held at
the Cornhusker Hotel, with Louis
Schultz president. The agenda will
involve approval of state constitu
tion and election of officers.
Saturday morning a workshop will
be held at the Union. Pete Smith
a Dana College representative, will
preside at the Saturday luncheon.
Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Mis
souri, and Oklahoma will be represented,
Friday, November 1, 1957
Other events of the two-day
weekend will be the alumni buffet
luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45
p.m. at the Hotel Cornhusker Sat
urday, song competition between
the alumni and students imme
diately prior to 2 p.m. kick-off Sat
urday, crowning of the Homecom
ing Queen at half-time intermission
with performances by the Nebras
ka and Kansas bands and the
Homecoming Dance with Duke El
lington and his orchestra at 8 p.m.
in the Coliseum.
Lincoln police department ex
pects to use some 35 officers and
patrolmen on duty Friday evening
to keep the cars flowing during the
display of the house decorations.
An estimated 25,000 persons will
throng the organized-house section
of campus to see the 35 animated
house decorations from 7 p.m. to
The route will be entered at 17th
and R; travel west on R to 14th,
north to S, east to 16th, north to
Vine, west on Vine and exit at 14th
The Saturday parade is expected
to attract 20,000 people and will
feature floats, the Univresity band
and ROTC units.
The parade which will begin at
9:30 a.m. will follow this route:
begin at 14th and Vine, east to .16th,
south of O, west to 11, north to R,
east to 12th, where the units will
Homecoming Queen candidates
who will ride in the parade are
Judy Chapman, Nadine Calvin,
Judy Douthit, Karen Krueger and
Jan Davidson, last year's queen,
will crown the new queen at the
Students attending Saturday's ,
Homecoming game must present
their ID cards along with their
football tickets at the entrance
to the stadium, according to
John Kinnier. Kinnler said that
the Innocents Society will again
check ID cards and tickets and
the signature on the ticket must
match the one on the ID card.
Kinnier also asked thatNtu
dersts with sections In. the north-N
end of the stadium go to the
nor In entrances.
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