The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 19, 1957, Page Page 3, Image 3

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On The Soda! Side:
Three Engagements Told
By WTXX SMITHBERGER
Social Editor
Announcements of three engage
ments and five pinnings were
made on the campus Monday eve
ning. Engagements
E 1 g i n e Rhineshart, a Kappa
Kappa Gamma senior in Teachers
from Beatrice, to Jerry Rotzin. a
Delta Tau Delta in Business Ad
ministration from Beatrice.
Sally Hancock, a Kappa Alpha
Theta junior in Teachers from
Tl...v.k T3w VuKon ... Al
pha Tau Omega alumnus from
Lexington.
Sally Dwinell, a Nebraska Wes
leyan alumnus from Lincoln, to
Gary LaVoie, a Delta Sigma Phi
enior in Teacher from Camp
Vll. Pinninps
"at Brown, a Gamma Phi Beta
3 A Banquet
To Feature
Carpenter
Senator Terry Carpenter, rcpre
entative to the Nebraska Legisla
ture from the 42nd District, will
address the 33rd annual University
Business Administration Banquet
ct the Union ballroom. Tuesday at
f p.m., according to Jim Whittak
r. publicity chairman.
Infcluded on the program will be
he announcement of Collece of
business Administration scholar
ships. Ten outstanding freshmen of
'956-57 will receive Gold Keys,
freshman scholastic award,
.fill Chi Theta, professional fra-
cfrnity tor women m Dtismess nu
Vninistration, will also present its
Leadership and Scholastic Award.
New members of Beta Gamma
Sigma, national honorary scholar
ship and professional fraternity in
commerce and business adminis
tration, will be announced.
Tickets are being sold at a booth
In Social Science building and also
tnav be obtained through members
r v,. cr,r.:i Phi rh Them Al-
ni llitr kwuw-t ' '
ha Kappa Psi and Delta Sigma
Pi.
Coffee Hour
There will be a Union Coffee
Hour in the main lounge of the
union on Saturday after the Oklahoma-Nebraska
football game, ac
cording t o Charlene Anthony,
chairman of the Union Hospitality
Committer.
Phalanx
The pledging ceremony for Pha
lanx, professional military frater
nity, will be held Wednesday at
7; 30 p.m. in Room 313 of the
Union.
SANTA SAYS-
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Diamonds
Jewelry
Wotches
Gifts
Nationally Advertised
Quality Merchandise
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
FOR STUDENTS
Your Credit- Is
Welcome At
Ask for
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Soles
Representative
Wanted
$tuHrnU, male and fe
male, part lime, commis
sion bans. Item hoten
for student appeal. Write,
friving full information, to
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fnior in Arts and Science from
Plattsmouth, to Bill Boshing, an
Alpha Tau Omega senior in En
gineering from Mitchell.
Sharon Airy, a Civ Onifga junior
in Teachers from Grand Island,
to Larry Naviaux, Delta Tau
Delta junior in Teachers from
Lexington.
Judy Williams, a Chi Omega
freshman in Teachers from Wa
hoo. to Ross Lance, a Delta Tau
Delta sophomore in Engineering
from Grant.
Barbara Hyland. an Alpha Phi
sophomore in Teachers from Oma
ha, to Larry Hagan, a Phi Delta
Theta sophomore in Bussiness Ad
ministration from Omaha.
Alice Jennings, tn Alpha Chi
Omega junior in Teachers from
Davenport, to Dan Fisher, a Wes
leyan Theta Chi alumnus from
Lincoln.
Nil Professor
Receives Air
Group Award
Charles Elmlinger, assistant pro
fessor of elementary education at
the University, has been named
recipient of the University Aviation
Assn. award.
The award, founded in honor ol
W. A. Wheatley of United Air
Lines, is presented annually to the
person in college or university
education making the greatest con
tribution to air age education.
Elmiiner will receive a plaque
at the banquet of the National
Aeronautic Assn. convention in
Omaha Friday.
Since 1953, he has been coordi
nator of the Air Age Education
Division at the University.
He is responsible for elementary
school curriculum workshops and
the Air Age Education Instruction
al Materials Center, and also co
ordinates the annual Air Age Edu
cation clinics held at the Univer
sity. Pep Rally Slated
The pep rally for the Okla-
i homa game will be held Thur-
' day night instead of Friday be-
I cause of Kosmet Klub show
Friday, according Is Bill Mr-
1 (tujiten, yell king.
The guest speaker will be
Mrs. DuTeau.
A rally sign contest is sched
, nled and no fraternity names
should be appear on the banners.
I The rally will take start at 6:45
p.m. at Mueller Tower and take
the regular route to the Union.
Trophies will be awarded to
first place in the men's and
: women's division.
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lpG Rvue Curtain Acts
iReVealed By KK Group
Curtain acts for the 19.i7 Kosmet
Klub Fall Rsvue have been an
nounced by Dewain Cisney, cur
tain act chairman.
The Delta Upsilon quartet; ,-The
Four Discord s." representing
Farm House; and Norman Rig
gins, Theta Xi baritone, will com
prise the curtain act entertainment
for the Fall Revue which will be
staged this Friday at 8 p.m. in
Tribute Paid
To Dr. Martin
Friday Eve
Dr. O. R. Martin, Lincoln pub
lic accountant and former Uni
versity professor, was honored
Friday evening at a testimonial
dinner held in conjunction with
the 1957 Accounting Institute at
the University.
Members of the Institute paid
tribute to educator for his contri
bution as a pioneer in the field of
accounting.
Dean Earl Fullbrook of tlie Col
lege ot Business Administration
said Dr. Martin '"exerted great
influence on the development of
the teaching and practice of ac
counting in Nebraska."
Dr. Martin joined the University
staff in 1921 and served until
1948.
Tribute was also paid to Dr.
Martin by Elmer Beamer, vice
president of the American Ac
counting Association and chair
man of the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants.
Beamer told the 15(1 accountants
attending the Institute that while
the profession of public account
ing is the youngest of the profes
sions, it is maturing rapidly.
"The accounting profession to
day is at about the point in its
educational development where
the legal profession was in 1915
and the medical profession in 1920.
"Training for the public ac
counting profession should eventu
ally be based primarily on formal
education. And continued educa
tion through experience should
come after admission to the pro-
j fession." he said,
j The institute, which ended Sat
i urday noon, was sponsored by the
j Nebraska Society of Certified
Public Accountants in coopera
! tion with the University' College
. of Business Administration and
Extension Division.
Theta Nu
1 Theta Nu. the pre-medical fra-
ternity. will meet Wednesday at
6:45 p.m. in Bessey Hall, according
to Vice-President Norman Gesch.
All members .should be present
: and on time. A tour of Lincoln
General Hospital will follow the
i meeting.
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Pershing Auditorium.
Dress rehearsals to the Revue
will begin tonight in the auditori
um, according to Keith Smith,
director of this year's show.
Fraternities representee' in the
Fall Revue are:
Sigma Chi, "Alababoo and The
Asian Flu."
Phi Kappa Psi, "'Inside Russia
Confidential Hush Hush Shh Un
expurgated." Phi Delta Theta. ' Three Paup
ers of Paris."
Alpha Tau Omega, ' Gunfight at
OK Rice Paddy."
Sigma Phi Epsilon, ''Highland
Fling."
Also featured at the Revue will
be the presentation of the 1957
Nebraska Sweetheart and Prince
Kosmet.
Candidates for Prince Kosmet
are Bruce Russell, Kappa Sigma;
John Glynn. Beta Theta Pi; Art
Weaver, Phi Delta Theta: Rip
Van Winkle, Sigma Chi; Bill Mc
Quistan. Theta Xi; and Al Kitzel
man. Phi Kappa Psi.
Nebraska Sweethear' candidates
are Jan Shrader, Pi Beta Phi;
Nan Carlson, Kappa Kappa Gam
ma; Cynthia Barber. Kappa Alpha
Theta; Margot Franke. Love Me
morial Hall; Ruthie Gilbert, Al
pha Chi Omega; and Joyce Ev
ans. Alpha Xi Delta.
The paid attendance will elect
the Kosmet Klub royalty.
Intermission entertainment will
be provided by Jimmy Phillips
and his orchestra.
Jerry Brownfield will be master
of ceremonies.
Tickets for the Fall Revue may
be obtained from Kosmet Klub
workers or from the Pershing Au
ditorium box office.
Late Date
Night Set
For Coeds
University coeds have a chance !
to obtain an added hour of night '
life Friday and contribute to a ,
worthy cause at the same time.
! The evening has been designated j
i Mortar Board Late Date Night. j
Coed hours will be extended until
!l:30 a.m. Saturday with the stip
I ulation that coeds pay one cent for
; each minute they stay out after
i 12:30 a m.
The extension of hours has been
: approved by the AWS. Funds re-
ceived from University coeds for
j the extra date minutes will be
used by the Mortar Board to help
i finance the annual spring Inter
national Student Tours of Nebras
ka. Late Date Night is being held
in conjunction with Kosmet Klub
Fall Review, according to Karen
D.j den. Mortar Board president.
IT'S ONLY MONEY but shoot your loot on anyjj
brand but Luckies, and its so much lost cost! You
st, a Lucky w all fine tobacco. Superbly light
tobacco to give you a light smoke . . . wonderfully ;y
good-tasting tobacco that's toasld to taste even
better. Matter of fact, a Lucky tastes like a million j
bucks and all you're paying is Pack Jack! So make;;!
your next buys wise . . . make 'em packs of Luckies!
You'll say a light smoke's the right smoke for you.
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Hartiy Exhibits
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NU Exhibit
To Feature
j Scenic Art
Examples of tlie work of the
American artist, Marsden Hart
ley, who devoted his professional
life to mountain subjects will be on
i
, exhibition for four weeks at the
; University Art Galleries in Mor
rill Hall.
The exhibition opened with a
lecture by Norman Geske, director
of the galleries on the exhibition
theme, "Painter and the Moun
tain." He explained the meaning
and the importance of the moun-
i tain theme.
i One of the University Are Gal-
1 leries' best-known paintings, "Mt.
Katahdin. Autumn. No. 1," is the i
j work of Hartley. The exhibit will
' include this painting and several :
1 other versions of Hartley's favorite .
subject, some of them on loan from
j private collections and on display
; here for the first time. '
KK Meetings
There will be a meeting of all
Kosmet Klub actives at 7 p.m.
Tuesday in Room 306 and a
meeting of (he workers at 7:15
p.m., according to Jerry Brown-,
field, vice president.
Final plans for the Fall Revue:
ticket sales: and other items of
extreme importance will be dis
cussed, Brownfield stated.
Job openinp for college
man. (jr etH-ntia! Call
El Gzrhmiak (A TO) at
3-6731 ltf-twern 3:M &
7:00 Tus. eve nine; for
appointment.
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we print and for hundreds mon jjj
that never get utted! So atar
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can think of dozen in seconds
Stickle are eimple riddles wit: jjj
two-word rhyming annwers. BotI jjj
words must have the same num jjj
ber of syllables. (Don't do draw jjj
ings.) Send 'em all with you. jjj
name, address, college and clas. jj:
to Happy.Joe-Lucky, Box 67A;jj;
Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Paintings In Morrill
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This Week
Highlights of the week will
! Dinner. Tuesday; Alpha Lambda Delta Initiation, Thursday; Kosmet
Klub Fall Revue. Friday; Football (Oklahoma vs Nebraska), Satur
day; and Orchestra Concert, Sunday.
Tuesday, 6 p.m. Business Administration Banquet, Union
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Faculty Newcomers Meeting Museum
Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Poetry Reading, Dr. Robert Knoll, Morria Hall
Thursday, 4 p.m. Talks & Topics Series, Union
Thursday, 4:15 p.m. Physics Colloquium, Brace Laboratory
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Lambda Delta Initiation
Friday, 3-5 p.m. Humanities Exhibit, Love Library
Friday, 8 p.m. Faculty Square Dance Club, Ag Activttiei Building
Friday, 8 p.m. Kosmet Klub Fall Revue
Saturday Second Scholastic Reports
Saturday, 2 p.m. Football Oklahoma University in Lincoln
l Parents Day)
Saturday, 4 p.m. Parents' Day. Coffee Hour, Union
Saturday. 9 p.m. "Touchdown Trot" Dance, Union
Sunday Family Day, College of Medicine
Sunday, ":30 p.m. Orchestra Concert, Union
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