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Tuesday, December 3, 1957
To Give Concert
The 'Jniversity Singers will pre
sent their annual Curistmas Carols
concert Sunday in the Union ball
room. performances featuring re
cast and classical carols will be
presented, the first at 3 p.m. and
the second at 4:30 p.m.
Tickets for the concerts are now
available in the Union main office
and at the School of Music. Both
the University School of Fine Arts
and the Union Activities Commit
tee are sponsoring the program.
Myron Roberts will be organist
for the program which will also
feature an interlude of carols by
a brass ensemble.
University Singers who will par
First Soprano: Norma Bossard,
Marcia McCallum, Nancy Norman,
Lois Ripa, Janet Roach, Paula
Roehrkasse, Gretchen T i t m a n,
Myrna Mills, Geraldine Keys, Syl-
Voting for the Honorary Com
mandant will take place Thursday.
..The polls In the city anion will
be open from 9 a.m. to S p.m.
and on the ag campus from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Voters must have their tickets
punched and show their university
Identification cards, according to
Don Salmon, publicity chairman.
An interview Tuesday will de-,
cide the contest for the Activities !
Queen title. The five finalists forj
the title are Rychie Van Ornam,
Mary Vrba, Gretchen Saeger, Kar- j
en Schuester and Sue Schnabble. 1
Miss Van Ornam is a member !
of Delta Delta Delta, Red Cross j
Board, Student Union, Coed Coun- j
selors and Alpha Lambda Delta. !
A member of Love Hall, Miss
Vrba is also a member of Ag j
Union, Coed Counselors, University
' Square Dance Club and 4-H Club.
Miss Saeger is a member of (
Gamma Phi Beta, AUF assistant, ;
Builders, Red Cross, Pan Hellenic j
Representative and Alpha Lambda i
Miss Schuester, a member of i
Chi Omega, Coed Counselors j
Board, Builders, AUF Assistant, j
YWCA Cabinet, is the New Student !
Sue Schnabble is a member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cornhusk
er section head, AUF Assistant,
and Builders Assistant.
Candidates were selected from
the sophomore class on the basis
The University School of Jour
nalism has been invited to join
the American Association of
Schools and Departments of Jour
nalism, according to Dr. Robert
Cranford, associate professor of
The AASDJ consists of about 40
schools selected by the American
Council of Education and Journal
ism, consisting of journalism pro
fessors and professional journal
ists. 'The AASDJ has been In opera
tion for many, many years and
it is a distinct honor to be asked
to join," Dr. Cranford said.
Dr. William Hall, Direc.or of the
School of Journalism, was unavail
able for comment, but Dr. Cran
ford said that, "I suspect that we
Uhe School of Journalism) will
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Second Soprano: Carolyn Boe
siger, Myrna Grnwald. Jean Huef
tle, Mary Huston, Phyllis Kapust
ka, Jeanne Whitwer, Gloria King,
Mary Ramage, Sandra Reimer,
Barbara Meston and Gayle Schou
bourg. First Alto: Henrietta Coats,
Merwinna Ellison, Louise Mel
drum, Susan Rhodes, Elaine Un
terseher, Joy Schmidt, Terry
Smith, Kathryn Johnson, Reba
Kinne and Glenda Klein.
Second Alto: Carol Asbury, Cyn
thia Barber, Gwen Chab, Mary
Deer, Carolyn Novotny, Karen
Preston and Margo Franke.
First Tenor: Marion Hild, Gary
Kahler, Robert Landberg, Blaine
McClary, Roger Schroeder, Harold
Slagle, Kermit Mobley, Donovan
Crandell and Gordon Brodine.
Second Tenor: Robert Butcher,
Phillip Coffman, Walter Hutchison,
Robert Leigh, Donald Nelson,
Vernie Zielke, William Duffey,
Alan Kreglo, Gordon Gealy and
Baritone: Delmar Bohlmeyer,
William Bush, Alan Byers, Ronald
Irons, Robert M a a g, Richard
Moses, Norman Riggins, Richard
Tempero, Allen Ziegelbein, Irvin
Pearson and Monroe Usher.
Clark Alexander, Arnold Epstein,
Richard Oehring, Robert Owen,
Robert Tideswell, Rodney Walker,
David Harris, Robert Vitols and
of campus activities, scholarship
The finalists were chosen by a
board including John Glynn, AUF
Treasurer, Jan Shrader,, AUF
Board member in charge of spe
cial events, Bex Buck, AUF vice
president and the Reverend Rex
Knowles, AUF faculty advisor.
The board which will pick the
Queen Tuesday will include Bill
Spilker, president of Innocents;
Karen Dryden, president of Mortar
Boards; Helen Gourlay, president
of the Student Council, and Jack
Pollock, editor of the Daily Ne
braskan and a faculty member.
The Queen will be presented at
the annual AUF Auction Dec. 12.
Results of three University judg
ing teams entered in national con
tests last week have been an
nounced. The Crops Judging team came
in third in the National Collegiate
Crops Judging Contest in Kansas
City, Mo. The Nebraska team
placed first in grain grading, third
in identification and fourth in
Crops judging team members in
clude Dean Ruwe, Thomas
Schwab, Otto Schipporeit, and Bill
Spilker. Dr. John Goodding, as
sistant professor of agronomy, is
This same team won fourth
place in the International Colleg
iate Grain Judging Contest at Chi
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Fine Arts Ensemble
Above are the members of the
fine arts quartet which will open
its concert season Thursday eve
Chamber Music Quintet
To Commence Season
The Fine Arts Ensemble will
open the eighth Lincoln recital
season 8 p.m. Thursday in the
Sponsored by the Friends of
Chamber Music, the ensemble will
play string Quartet in D Major
by Haydn; Trio for Violin, Cello,
and Piano, by Ravel, and Quintet
in J) Minor tor piano anu smug
quartet by Brahms. I
This concert season is the
groups' 10th in Omaha. They had
alreaHv been rjlavine here when
I an "informal" group of Lincoln
I ites interested in bringing such a
musical group to the capital city
began to sponsor the concerts here,
according to Emanuel Wiihsnow,
first violin and head of the group.
Wishnow said that the term
chamber music" was derived from
the German phrase, "kammer
Mucis," which literally means
"room music." Most of the pieces
played were written by such com
posers as Mozart and Haydn.
The ensemble will present the
same Concert they are giving in
Lincoln Thursday to the Omaha
Audience next Sunday.
In add: i to playing first violin
in the ensemble, Wishnow is also
the conductor of the University
Symphony Orchestra. He studied
with the late Jacques Gordon and
has played in concerts with the
Gordon String Quartet. Formerly
concert master of the Lincoln
Symphony, he also played with
Glenn Miller's Orchestra.
Truman Morseman of Omaha
plays second violin with the en
semble. He was a student at the
Juilliard Institute of Music in New
York. Presently he is a member
of the Omaha Symphony. He grad
uated from the Vale Law school
and now practices in Omaha.
The Principal viola for the Oma
ha Symphony, Max Gilbert, plays
viole for the Ensemble. He is a
graduate of the University of Iowa,
and is on the clerical staff of the
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Four Pinnings Announced
Four pinnings and two engage- i senior in Business Administration
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