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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1957)
The Doily Nebroskon
Wednesday, Dece mber 4, 1957
Hayloft Hop Set
The second annual Hayloft Hop
will be held Friday from 8:30 p.m.
to 11:30 p.m. in the Ag Union Gym.
Anyone may attend the event.
Tickets are 35 cents a person, ac
cording to Angie Holbert, assistant
chairman of the Ag Union Dance
The Rockenbach Square Dance
Orchestra will provide the music.
Alpha Zeta To Initiate 14 Members
A drill competition will be held
at 5 p.m., Wednesday in the Drill
Hall of the Military and Naval Sci
ence Building. The Fourth Battal
ion drill squad has challenged the
First Battalion drill squad for this
Spectators are welcome.
Dr. Robert Sakai will be tho
featured speaker at the Cosmo
politan club meeting Wednesday.
He will discuss the effects of post
war developments in the Far
Alpha Zeta, national agriculture
John Weaver, former plant ecol-
fraternity, will hold initiation cere
monies Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 306 of Keim Hall.
Ag College students who will be
initiated include: Calvin Qualset,
Kenneth Eeng, Don Silhacek, Ken
neth Evans, Charles Horejsi, Don
ald Von Steen, Warren Clary, Dale
Behmer, Raymond DeBower, Otto
Thieman, Paul Penas, Bill Spilker,
Leland Wittier and Don Schick.
ogist at the University, will be
made an associate member at the
initiation. Weaver was selected for
associate membership for his con'
tributions to agriculture. He is
known widely for his work with
Willfred Schutz, former chancel
lor of the Nebraska chapter, will
receive a certificate for his con'
tribution to Alpha Zeta.
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Union committee members
trim one of the huge trees at
the annual Union Decorating
Party tost year. This year's
party will be held tonight In the
Union at 6:30 p.m. Refresh
ments and dancing will be held
in the Ballroom at the conclu
sion of the party.
Union Xmas Decorating
Party Set For Tonight
The Union will hold its annual
Christmas decorating party to
night at 6:30 p.m., according to
Bob Handy, Union Activities Di
rector. Each Union committee will be
In charge of decorating a room of
the Union. A party for the decor
ators will be held in the Ballroom
after the decorating is completed.
There will be dancing, and hot
chocolate and cookies will be
served, according to Handy.
Anyone who wants to come and
help out is welcome, he said.
Included in the decorations will
be two 20 foot tall trees, one in
the Main Lounge and one in the
Ballroom. The trees will be trim
med with candles, wreaths, Christ
mas ropes and tinsel.
The Ballroom will also have two
trees on the stage which will have
blue backdrop painted to re
semble a hymn book.
Committee assignments include:
Arts and Exhibits, Main Hall;
Dance and Talks and Topics, Main
Lounge; Film, Round-Up-Room ;
General Entertainment, Parlors
ABC; Public Relations, Parlors
XYZ; Recreation, Outside decor
ations and Front Hall; Personnel
and Music, Ballroom.
The Hospitality Committee will
act as over-all chairman for the
Interviews for women students
who wish information regarding
professional positions in YWCA
are scheduled Wednesday after
noon from 2 to 5 p.m. at Rosa
Carol Dean, executive director
of Lincoln YWCA, and Betty Wil
son, executive director of the Uni
versity YWCA, will take charge
of the interviews.
The National YWCA needs 1,000
new professional staff members in
order to meet the demands of ex
pansion within the next three
Health and Physical Education
Directors are the organizations
biggest need. The YWCA also has
openings for Young Adult Direc
tors, for Teen-Age Directors and
some Executive Directors.
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A Campus-to-Career Case History
"I looked at all the angles"
Howard R. Winter, B.B.A., Texas
A. & M., '51, is now a Commercial
Manager with Southwestern Bell Tele
phone Company in Houston, Texas,
lie's in charge of 30,000 telephone
accounts and a staff of 36 people.
Howard's interest in a telephone
career dates from his first interview
with a telephone company representa
tive. 'I looked at all the angles," he
says. "We discussed pay and chances
for advancement, which looked excel
lent because of the rapid growth of
the Bell System. We talked about
many different kinds of work, and
about what would be expected of me."
After receiving his degree in busi
ness administration, Howard joined
Southwestern Bell's Commercial De
partment. "It was natural for me," he
says. "I have a business background,
1 like to sell and make contacts.
"My training gave me a really solid
foundation in the business. Two years
in the Army interrupted it, by the way,
but the two years were credited to my
telephone company records and count
toward all benefits. After I'd returned
and finished my training, I was made
a business office supervisor. And since
February, 1956, I've been a Com
mercial Manager in Houston. Each
assignment I've had has been a real
challenge and has presented a tre
mendous opportunity to contribute to
and advance in the business."
Be sure to investigate the career opportunities for you
in the 17 Bell Telephone Companies serving all 48 states.
On your campus the local company represents the others.
For more information about these career opportunities,
read the Bell Telephone booklet on file in your Place
ment Office, or write for "Challenge and Opportunity'" to:
College Employment Supervisor, American Telephone
and Telegraph Co., 193 Broadway, New York 7, New York.
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