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    The Daily Nebroskon
Tuesday, May 20, 1953
Poae 4
What's Happening In
Cupid's Corner
The end of the year but
the beginning of new pin
nings. Pinnings
Nancy Preston, a Gamma
Phi Beta freshman in Teach
ers from Lincoln, to Wayne
Hester, a Sigma Phi Epsilon
sophomore in Business Ad
ministration from Lincoln.
Gail Christiansen, an Alpha
Phi freshman in Business Ad
ministration from Beatrice, to
Gary Berke. an Alpha Gam
ma Rho junior in Agriculture
from Lexington.
Jayne Hepperly, an Alpha
Chi Omega sophomore in
Teachers from Paxton, to
Jav Cook, an Alpha Gamma
Rho junior in Agriculture
from Wahoo.
Marilyn Koop, an Alpha
Omicron Pi freshman in
Teachers from Louisville, to
Jerry Mikkleson, an Alpha
Tau Omega junior in Busl
ness Administration from
Janice Myrberg, a fresh
man in Teachers from Lin
coln, to Jim Pinkerton, an
Alpha Tau Omega freshman
In Engineering from Lincoln.
Willa Waldo, a Sigma Kap
pa senior in Home Economics
from DeWitt, to Bob Atkins,
a Phi Kappa Tau alumnus at
Wesleyan from Genoa.
Marca Dee Bonde, a Love
Memorial Hall junior in Home
Economics from Callaway, to
Rodney Clifton, a Sigma Phi
Epsilon senior in Engineering
from Orchard.
Phyllis Paulsen, now at
tending school at Kanss? City,
Mo., to Eldon Blazer, an
Alpha Gamma Rho junior in
Agriculture from Duncan.
Nancy Elliott, Kappa Alpha
Theta junior in Teachers from
Leavenworth, Kansas, to
Navy Team
To Discuss
Officer Plan
Representatives of the Navy
Officer Programs Information
Team will be at the Uni
versity Thursday and Friday
to interview college men and
women interested in the
Navy's officer programs.
Lt. (JG) Joanne Burchard
Hill interview the women.
Qualified women graduates
may now obtain commissions
in the General Line of the
Supply Corps at a starting
salary of $338 per month plus
free travel, thirty days' paid
vacation, and other benefits.
Interviewing the men will
be Lt. R. k. Powell and Lt.
(JG) S. H. Nelson.
They will explain the Navy
Officer Candidate School, the
Navy Reserve Officer Candi
date School, the Aviation Of
ficer Candidate School, the
Naval Aviation Cadet Pro
gram and other Navy Officer
The members of the Navy
Officer Programs Information
Team will be in the U n i o n
lounge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Carson Elected
Vice President
Of Med Group
James Carson, junior In
Med college, will serve as re
gional vice-president of t h e
Student American Medical As
sociation for the coming year.
He was elected at the na
tional convention in Chicago.
While holding the post, Car
son will aid SAMA chapters
at Creighton, Kansas, Colora
do. North Dakota and South
Dakota Universities. He will
nreside over regional meet
ings and serve as a member
of the executive board of the
national organization.
SAMA is a 52,000-member
creanizalion of medical s t u
dents, interns, and residents.
Phi Chi Theta
Initiates, Installs
Fourteen University coeds
were initiated and new offi
cers installed at the annual
banquet of Phi Chi Theta,
professional fraternity for wo
men in business administra
tion. New officers installed were
Dorothy Schidler, president;
Sonia Sievers, vice-president;
Shirley Koch, secretary; and
Elizabeth Banghart, treas
urer. New members are: Mari
lyn Arvidson, Barbara Bark
er, Bonnie Beal, Kathryn Bur
cham, Janis Burgess, Mary
Jo Christensen, Gail Christ
enson. Jaccueline Collins,
Beverly Ellis, Lynn McClaf-
lin, Kay Monahan, Judith
Munson, Soma Sievers ana
Carole Triplets
Vant Ads
Vince Rossiter. Delta Tau
Delta senior in Business Ad
ministration from Hartington.
Tory Nuss, Pi Beta Phi sen
ior in Home Economics from
Sutton, to Walt O'Neal, Delta
Sigma Phi senior in Arts and
Sciences from (Jcracoke,
North Carolina.
Connie Berry, Pi Beta Phi
senior in Arts and Sciences
from Onawa, Iowa, to J a y
Schnoor. Sigma Chi senior in
Engineering from McCook.
Morrill Gets
Student Art
Museum Display
lias 120 Works
The work of approximately
75 University art students is
now being displayed at Morrill
Hall Art Galleries, according
to Norman Geske, Galleries
The showing, which will con
tinue through June 15, is the
annual all-student art exhibit.
It features more than 120
works in the fields of oil paint
ing, water color, sculpture,
design, art education, com
mercial art and graphics il
lustration, interior decoration.
lettering, drawing, pottery and
j e w e 1 r y. No admission is
The following student s'
works are being exhibited:
William Barnhouse. William E. John
son. Brenda Naber. Laurence Schaier.
Kliiabeth Scholj. Jerome Aistrup. Wil
liam Welsh. Thelma Christenson. Par
lene Standley. Kathleen Miller, Robert
Almquist, Joanee Bowles. Joanee Bau
man, lraj Oastan. Elisabeth Hacked,
Constance Geiseri, Jeanne Cole Smith.
Tom Sloan. Mary Stafford. Frank Ho
nib. Betty Fraser, Lata l.ewis, William
McKee, Martha Vaehr. KarlU Dtenis.
Larry Johnson, Marilyn Michael. Richard
Moses. Jon Nelson. Jerry Jacoby, Irene
Nielsen. Marvin Spomer. Carols n Kiess,
Kent Broadhurst. Michael Smith. Ken
Pollard. Richard Haswell, Jerry Thomp
Laura Pearlsteir. Gen Kautzman.
Mrv l.ou Lucie. Marten Vonrienkamp.
Hersrhell Turner. JoAnn Wyrens, Mel
vin SchulU. Ruth Haese. Klaine Arendt.
Ronald Isley, Lois Muhle. Ruih Hos
kins. Donald Tefft, Clifford Socbier,
Sharon IHew. David Ryan. Judith Lang,
Jamea Studuicka, Larry Windrom.
Alien Kinley, Fred Hoihert. Mama
Latin. Patrick Raymond. Mildred Hans
bur, Willard McCormaik. Leona Sha
hani. Loris Loveioy. Pilar Robeiro.
Klain Overturl, Lou Souders, Richard
Becks, Adeline Nolde. Karen Kay Ja
cobs and Richard Babrock.
Alumni lan
Commencement weekend
activities for University alum
ni will take place in three days
this year instead of the cus
tomary four, Ralph Kiplinger,
president of the Alumni Asso
ciation announced.
Events for the annual alum
ni R o u n d-up have been
planned so that visitors may
attend the graduation exer
cises June 7.
The majority of honor
classes will hold early morn
ing breakfasts on commence
ment day. The annual Round
up luncheon is set for 12:30
p.m. at the Union, immediate
ly following commencement.
Honorary degree recipients
and Alumni Association Dis
tinguished Service Award
winners will be special lunch
eon guests. No pre-luncheon
reception will be held this
The Alumni Association s
board of directors will meet
at noon June 6.
Traditional honor class func
tions are planned for June 7
and 8.
Purchase Of Plane
On Flyers'' Agenda
A meeting of the University
Flying Club will be held at
the Union airport tonight at
7:30 p.m.
The program will include
election of officers, discussion
on the purchase of a plane,
membership determin a t i o n
and a film.
All members are strongly
urged to attend the meeting,
according to Bill Tesar, vice
president. SALES
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HOWDY PARTNER Russel Miner and Marianne Castle,
sophomores in Agriculture, congratulate each other after
being named "Typical Cowboy and Cowgirl" at the Ag
College Rodeo.
Exam Schedule
All sections of EiwIUh A.
f'lacs ineetlnc at I a.m. t or t . nr MWK. or any one or two
f ihee da.
( laiues meeting at nana S r 4 dan. or MM F, or an- an or twa of
these day a.
Claoaea meetlnc at II a.m. TTh or either of theme aaya,
(iaet meeting al a.m. a ar 4 day a, or MWI'. or aaj on or two
of the days.
4'laMea meeting at a.m. TTh or either n( thrv day.
IVKiei meeting al ! a.m. f or 4 day, or tlWF. or any on or t
of these da.
t'laMM mretlag at It a.m. TTh or either of these day.
All aeelluoa of ! )rnrT.
THtRSltAY, MAT t meeting at 11 a.m. 3 or 4 day, or MWI", or aay on or two
of these day.
t lasse. meetlni; at 11 a.m. TTh or either of these day.
All aeellou at F.dnratlon CI. J.
lasses meeting al 1 p.m. or 4 day, or MWF, or any on or twa
of these day.
I meeting at 1 p.m. TTh or either of these day.
All neetlnn of HuslncNi Ortanlxatlon 3, 4.
All aectlon of Speech . In.
Classes meeting al p.m. I or 4 day, or MWF. or any one or twa
of these day.
( lasses meeting al t p.m. TTh or either of these da.
All aertlons of Hnslnes ttrganlratlna tl.
All section of Plenrh lit. 141.
All section of Spanish A3, St.
All seethes of Home economic 41. 4t.
( lasses meeting at i p.m. 4 or 4 day, or MWF, or any ooe or two
of these days.
lasse meeting at t p.m. t or day, or MWr. or any one of theM
All sections of tonomle II, It.
All sections of K .Juration sn, 31
Classes meeting at X p.m. TTh or either of these tm.
Classes meeting at 3 p.m. TTh or either of these ria.
All sertton of Math III. 1. 17. i. llT.
All sections of Math (I. 14. 1H. 115. Il. JOlt.
lasse meeting at 4 p.m. 4 or 4 day, or MWF. or any oae or two
of these day.
All sections of Kntllsh B. 1.
lasse meeting at 4 p.m. TTh or either of these day.
All section of Knallsh t. 3. 4.
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Outside World
Jupiter Nose Found
Sundav marked the first time that a full-scale nose cone
heart of a ballistic missile had been retrieved intact after
apparently functioning perfectly during flight.
The Army Jupiter rocKei launcnea irom t-ape diia
veral, Fla., dropped its elaborately equipped nose cone in
the Atlantic 4 hours later.
Princess Visits-Exit Patient
TinHnn npwtnanprs reDorted that when Princess Mar-
oarpt naid a visit to a hosDital.
cause his name might have
Tnunspnd was released from
visit. After paying her respects to hospital inmates, the
papers report that the princess had tea with none other
than Peter lownsend.
Lord Byron In Leningrad
Genuine Lord Byron manuscripts have been reportedly
dug up in Leningrad. Prof. Mikhail Alexeyev of the Soviet
Academy of Sciences, say a study of the manuscripts showed
a number of them to be "genuine Byroniana."
Place For Old Liquor
Now besides museums for modern industry, art and
relics, a museum for liquor is
The only other liquor museum
collection of 17.000 bottles.
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embarrassed her. Frederick
the hospital just before her
being established in Dublin.
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A new
AQ Poll
Send Sis
Minneapolis (ACP) Just
as they probably would if
they were advising their
younger brother about attend
ing college, American college
students would generally tell
their younger sisters to go to
a smaller school. In a recent
release, Associated Collegiate
Press indicated that fifty-nine
per cent of the college and
university. student's inter
viewed would tell their broth
ers to attend a smaller
In a similar query, ACP's
National Poll of Student
Opinion received answers
which indicate that a major
ity of the men and women
in American colleges today
Would also give the same ad
vice to their younger sisters.
However, a greater propor
tion of coeds than men would
give this advice to their sis
ters. This is exactly opposite
to the earlier case, when
more men than coeds felt
they would advise their
younger brothers to go to a
smaller college.
The question asked of a rep
resentative group of students
across the nation is as fol
Suppose you have a young
er sister who will be start
ing college next year. Would
you advise her to go to a
larger university (say 10,000
students or more) or would
you advise her to go to a
smaller school of one or
two thousand students?
Men and women split al
most even on the alternative
of advising young sister to at
tend a large university.
Twenty-nine per cent of the
men and thirty per cent ot
the women gave this answer,
but only forty-eight pr cent
of the men, as opposed to
sixty-one per cent of the
coeds, felt they would prefer
their younger sister to attend
a smaller college.
A complete tabulation of the
Men Wamea Total
Advise sister to attend
larcer university . 29t JC t
Advise sister to attend
a smaller sahool dlt WV
No preference stated IS'7. V 10T
Undecided 10 ' T
More men than women feu
into both the "no preference"
and "undecided" categories
of answers to this question.
Thirteen per cent of the men
and only seven per cent of
the women would not state
a preference. Similarly, a
tenth of the men, as opposed
to an almost negligible two
per cent of the coeds, had
Baldwin Elected
Palladian Head
The Palladian Literary
Society has elected new offi
cers for the fall.
Those elected were: presi
dent, Paul Baldwin; vice
president, Richard Seymore;
program secretary, Jack
Brownson; recording secre
tary, Jean Inness; corres
ponding secretary, Adriene
Ihms; critic, Richard Howey;
treasurer, Maurice Jay; his-
t o r i a n, Donald McArthur.
Brownson and Mis$ Ihms
were also elected as summer
chairman and assistant respectively.
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not made up their minds.
Seniors Differ
In only one case that of
seniors did proportionally
more men than women feel
their younger sisters should
attend a smaller college.
Fifty-three per cent of t h e
senior men interviewed, and
only thirty-eight per cent of
the senior coeds, gave this
answer. Inversely, nearly
half of the senior coeds as
opposed to slightly less than
a third of the senior men,
felt they would advise their
sisters to attend a larger
Paris Jaunt
Lures Talent
Vogue Contest Open
To Senior Writers
Paris, cash and a flying
start on a career. these
are the prizes in Vogue's 24th
Prix de Paris, open to all
college seniors who will com
plete work on a bachelor's
degree by summer of 1959.
The Prix de Paris, Vogue's
annual, nation-wide search for
new writing and editorial tal
ent, offers college seniors
prizes as well as top consider
ation for jobs on the Conde
Nast publications.
The first prize is an all ex
pense paid trip to Paris or
$1,000. Second prize is $500
while the next ten highest con
testants will receive $25 each.
All twelve winners will re
ceive first chance at jobs on
Vogue magazine or its associ
ated publications.
Other promising contestants
will receive strong recommen
dation for other jobs in pub
lishing, merchandising and
Deadline for Prix entries is
October 20, 1958. Entrants
must complete two quizzes of
four questions each using
Vogue as a textbook. If both
quizzes are answered satis
factorily, entrants will write
a 1,500 word thesis on one of
several topics submitted by
Enrollment blanks may be
obtained by writing the Prix
de Paris Director, Vogue, 420
Lexington Ave., New York,
17, N. Y.
iYl Singers To Give
Omaha VTA Concert
The University Singers will
perform for the American
Congress of Parents and
Teachers in Omaha Wednes
day. The concert, to be sung be
fore an audience of 5,000 will
be held at the Municipal Audi
torium Music Hall at 8:30
Leon Lishner, associate pro
fessor of music, will be a solo
ist on the program under the
direction of Dr. David Foltz.
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Among the men, freshmen
were the most undecided on
the issue. Nineteen per cent
of them, as opposed to eleven
per cent of the sophomores,
no juniors and eight per cent
of the seniors, did not have
their minds made up. The
only coeds expressing Indeci
sion were the freshmen. Sev
en per cent of them gava
"undecided" for an answer.
The following class break
downs for both men and wom
en will indicate a rather in
teresting trend among tha
students who were undecided.
With the exception of junior
men, each succeeding yta: in
college produced a smaller
percentage of "don't know"
answers. The same holds true
for the coeds, since the only
undecided persons among
them were freshmen.
The complete class break
down for men:
Fresh. Soph. Jaa, tea.
Advise sister to attend
a larger univ. ...44 2 10 )1
Advise sister to attend
a smaller school 31 51 60 5J'
No preference slated 6 16 20 I
Undecided 19 11 .... 1
And the complete class
breakdown for coeds:
Advis sister to attend
a lamer univ. .14 43 12
Advise sister to attend
a smaller school 72 90 71 M"
No prefer, nee stated T I ... 13
Undecided 7
Folgen Elected
Head Dancer
The All-University Squara
Dance Club elected , officers
for the fall semester Friday.
Those elected were: James
Folgen, president; James
Roseberry, vice president;
Ann Larson, secretary-treasurer;
Marjorie Tolman, pub
licity. Union
12 Noon
111. 311 Al. Ext. Service
Z Cornhusker Editor
Y Gamma Lambda
X Eta Kappa N
313 Inter Varsity
31 ICC
31 Corn Coos
31S Coed Counselors
311 Inter Varsity
111 Activities Comm.
31$ Jr. IFC
.116 Alpha Kappa Pal
Ballroom Sinfonia Concert
211 Activities Board
A Kosmet KlnbSmkr
3:J0 Mathematics "Collections an4
Super -Collections
( Evenins Prelude
4:30 Let's Visit School
7 Tempest in a Test Tab
7:10 Agricultural Policy
French Throush Telsvutoa
1:30 Conversation Pieces
Briefinc Session
4 4 The Top Thirty Show
6 Eventide
6:49 Sport's Picture
7 Wsilinf in "C"
7:30 The Chuck Patrick Show
9:43 KNUS News in Depth
10 Tha Chock Patrick Show
We need competent men
to life guard ot
10 mi. S. of Omaha
on Hwy. 75
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S27 S. 26th St.
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