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The Daily Nebrcskon
Wednesday, February 5, 1953
What's Happening In
By WYNV SMITHBERGER
Kay Gregory was crowned Rose
Queen at the Pi Kappa Phi "Rose
Formal" last weekend. Attendants
to the queen were Judy Otradov
sky and Emily Forst.
Muriel McPherron, an Alpha Xi
Delta junior in Agriculture from
Glenwood, la., to Paul Meierhen
ry, a Sigma Alpha Epsilon alum
nus from Norfolk.
Cheryle Huprich, a junior at
Stephens College from Zanesville,
Ohio, to Keith Smith, an Alpha
Gamma Sigma junior in Journal
ism from Aurora.
Kathy Spilker, a Zela Tau Al
pha junior in Teachers from De
Witt, to Raymond DeBower, a
Beta Sigma Psi junior in Agri
culture from Schuyler.
Ruby Satterwhite, a Towne
Club junior in Homemakeing from
Lincoln, to Jake Irons, a Delta
Upsilon senior in Business Admin
istration from Nacora.
Trudy Jarvis, a Zeta Tau Alpha
tophomore in Teachers from Sioux
Falls, S.Dak., to Jerry Kehn, a
n Kappa m senior in Business Student Affairs, the School of
Administration from Butte. Nursing Office in Omaha or 114
Janice Farreii, a Kappa Kappa Home Economics Building on Ae
Omega senior in Pharmacy from
Brady, to Jim Williams, a Uni
versity alumnus from Akron, Ohio,
Helen Bishop, a Love Memorial
senior from Curtis, to Dick Asche,
a senior from Schuyler.
I The Faculty Women's Club has
announced three senior scholar
ships, two of $150 and one of $100,
to be granted in recognition of
meritorious efforts in school life
as well as for scholastic attain
ment. Any woman student who has suf
ficient hours to be graduated in
June 1959 or at the end of the
summer session of 1959 and is
wholly or partially self-supporting
is eligible to apply for these scholarships.
Candidates may secure applica
tion blanks from the Division of
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Skiers A broken leg and many bruises mark participants of the
Union Ski Trip to Aspen, Colorado. From the left, Bill Gramlick and
Ellen Stokes, seated, and Bob Krumme, Ski Trip chairman, Beth
Toomey and Tom Kilker, standing.
Gamma alumna from Omaha, to
Ward Reeseman, an Alpha Tau
Omega senior in Business Admin
istration Carol Moorhead, a Delta Gam
ma sophomore in Teachers from
Omaha, to Wayne Brown, a Beta
Theta Pi junior in Engineering
Jackie Beard, an Alpha Xi Delta
freshman in Agriculture from Lin
coln, to Ron Kegley, an Ag Mens
senior in Agriculture from Kear
ney. Sally Pierce, a junior at Du
schene from Omaha, to Jerry
O'Keefe, a Phi Gamma Delta
senior in Business Administration
from Grand Island.
Dee Ann Green, a Chi Omega
ophomore in Teachers from Bra
dy, to Lane Birke, a Sigma Chi
alumnus from David City.
Kathleen McCullough, a Chi
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campus. Applications must be
mailed to Mrs. Raymond Dein,
1916 Dakota Street, by March 1.
Applicants will meet with the
scholarship committee for personal
interviews in the Union faculty
The Union Ski Trip to Aspen,
Colorado, during the semester
break proved almost a comedy of
errors for those participating.
Trouble began when the bus to
Aspen broke down shortly after
surviving a blizzard in Loveland
Bill Gramlick skied into a snow
drift near the famous Aspen Sun
lounge from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on ! TWk arwi hmi. hie w a
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..v... ; patrol found him and pulled him
A second aid to students is the j by sled down the mountains. Bill's
Memorial Student Aid Fund which problems continued when the anes-
Main Feature Gock
Stuart: "Seven Hills Of Rome,"
1:00, 3:00, 5:10, 7:10, 9:20.
Lincoln: "Peyton Place," 12:15,
3:05, 5:55, 8:45.
Nebraska: "Richard the 3rd,"
Prologue, 1:45, 7:45, Curtain 2:00,
State: "Old Yeller." 1:00, 3:13,
5:26, 7:39, 9:52.
Varsity: "The Deep Six," 1:16.
3:17, 5:18, 7:19, 9:20.
Joyo: "Pal Joey," 6:08, 9:45.
"Stopover Tokyo," 8:00.
Capital: "The Big Boodle," 6:15,
8:55. "Yaqui," 7:40, 10:20.
offers financial assistance to stu
dents in varying amounts, depend
ing on the need. Men or women
who are recommended by two
faculty members are eligible. Ap
plications for this aid may be
made through the Division oi Stu
dent Affairs office.
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of his leg almost didn't work. I
Sponsor of the trip, Rex
Kiiowles. sprained his knee while!
on skis and both Anne Reynolds;
and Sam Marvin received slight I
sprains which were painful, al
though they didn't stop skiing.
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JOB FACTS FROM DU PONT
...until you see the
on your campus
February 10 and 11
Your tmturi depends upon Permanent Security. GM'l continuou, long-range
Drtigo and Development Program in all fields of engineering and manufacturing
. . GM'l policy of decentralization . . . GM' facilities . . . GM' working condi
tion ... GM' wage advantages . . . create individual opportunity for advance
ment and permanent security.
It i why we repeat "Don't Stick Your Neck Out" until you see the AC repre
eatatirtt. CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES IN
LIBERAL EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PROGRAM AT DU PONT
INCLUDES INSURANCE, SAVINGS AND STOCK PLANS
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AC SPARK PLUG THE ELECTRONICS DIVISION
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
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FLINT 2. MICH.
WHAT'S YOUR LINE?
DU PONT NEEDS ALL
KINDS OF ENGINEERS
DuPont has always needed chem
ists and chemical engineers, and
still does. But today, there's critical
need for engineers in almost every
otlier field civil, mechanical, elec
trical, instrumental and industrial
engineering, to name a few.
Expansion is the major reason.
In 1957, for example, sales at
DuPont were nearly two billion
dollars. Four new plants were being
built, New research programs were
being launched. New products were
moving into the production and
marketing stages. Engineers and
scientists of all kinds work in 75
Do Pont plants and 98 laboratories
in 26 states. All of this tends to
broaden opportunities for the young
scientist and engineer at DuPont.
If you're interested in finding
full scope for your ability, and this
includes a great many special fields,
Dv Pont offers you plenty of oppor
tunity to move ahead.
SEND FOX INFORMATION BOOKLET
ON JOS OPPORTUNITIES AT DUPONT
Booklet oa job al Do Pont arc yonri
for the anting. Subject covered in
eludes mechanical, civil, metallargical,
chemical, - electrical, inatrnmentation
and indastrial engineere; atomic en
ergy, technical tale, basineu adminis
tration, reaearch and development.
Name the nibjert that interet yon in
a letter to DuPont, 2194-F Nemours
Building, Wilmington 98, Del.
F. L Johns
When you join DuPont as a
scientist or engineer, you're
given an actual project assign
ment almost at once and begin
to learn your job by doing it.
Thafs the essence of our train
ing philosophy at Du Pont.
Our objective is to give you
responsibility at the outset and
qualify you quickly for more,
because the more we grow, the
more we need trained leaders.
Akhough there is no one
training program at DuPont
(each of our many depart
ments runs its own), all have
several basic features in com
mon. All are personalized
tailored to the new man's back
ground and interesti. All in
volve close supervision on an
informal, day-to-day basis.
And all permit periodic evalu
ation of the new man.
This flexible system, helps
the new man to move ahead
according to his abilities. He
gets to know Du Pont and his
job quickly. He gets a head
start on future responsibility.
You probably have questions
about this program and how
you'd fit into it. Pll be glad to
try to answer them when I visit
your campus. Why not sign
up for a Du Pont interview at
your placement office now?
Means More Security,
Greater Real Income
To Young Graduates
DuPont believes that the employee
builds his own job security by tha
way he does his work, by his contri
butions to the progress of the Corn,
pany and by his readiness to accept
But Du Pont meets the employe
more than halfway with a program
of benefits designed to help him as
Your employee benefits go to work
the day you join the Company. They
grow and build equity for you as tho
years go by. Vacations, life insurance,
group hospital and surgical coverage,
accident and health insurance, pen
sion and bonus plans are all part of
Let's look at a special example, tha
thrift Plan. Vou become eligible for
it after one year with the Company.
For each dollar you invest in U. S.
Savings Bonds, the Company contrib
utes twenty-five cents toward the pur
chase of DuPont common stock in
your name. Roughly 65 per cent of
the Company's 90,000 employees are
now participating in the plan.
When you're deciding on a career,
security is only one consideration.
But it's an important one to you and
your family. At Du Pont, security is
a bright part of the future awaiting
the college graduate.
More than 700 of the some 1100
degTee-grantbg colleges and universi
ties in the U. S. are represented at
DuPont Of these 700, more than half
are the smaller liberal arts collce.
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