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Wednesday, October 29, 1958
The Daily Nebraskan
CHILDREN 3S ANYTIMi
On the Social Side
Time Out Called
Fashion Boon . . .
White netely right, for
Empire . satin bow
lights the truffle
sheath in fashion's
luxury fabric, mohair.
By Sue Healey
Ten coeds found time out
from the frantic preparations
of homecoming displays to
announce their pinnings or en
Mary Jane Wilhite, a Zeta
Tau Alpha senior in Arts and
Science from Nebraska City,
to Ernie Hines, a Beta
Theta Pi junior in Teachers
Julie Hathaway, a Pi Beta
Phi junior in Teachers from
Holdrege, to Bob Eyth, a Phi
Kappa Psi junior in Teachers
Ginny Gessner, a Delta
Delta Delta junior in Business
Administration from Lincoln,
to Carl Jett, a Phi Delta
Theta senior in Business Ad
ministration from Omaha.
Ann Mclntyre, a Delta
Delta Delta sophomore in
Teachers from L i n c 0 1 n, to
Larry Hossack, a Sigma Phi
Epsilon senior in Architecture
Eloise Newberry, a Delta
Gamma junior in H 0 m e Ec
from North Platte, to John
Edwards, an Alpha Tau
Omega alum from North
Jane Savener, a Love Me
morial Hall junior in H 0 m e
Ec from Wymore, to Gale
Miller, a Sigma Chi sopho
more in Pre-med from Wy
Joan Rinne, a Delta Gam
ma sophomore in Arts and
Science from Pawnee City,
to Jon Fink, a Sigma P h i
Epsilon senior in Agriculture
from Pawnee City.
Gayle Sunderman, a Gam
ma Phi Beta junior in Teach
ers from Omaha, to R a n d y
Frost, a Sigma Nu alumnus
Margene Goettsch, a Delta
Delta Delta sophomore in
Business Administration from
Holstein, la., to Don Fritz,
a Sigma Nu alumnus from
Bonnie Lear, an Alpha
Omicron Pi sophomore in
Teachers from Springview, to
Pat Murphy, a Delta Sigma
Pi alumnus from Kansas
Ilomecoming, Nov. 1, will
boast 2 a.m. hours for all
University coeds, AWS re
ports. Women students wishing
to go home that night must
obtain special permission
from their housemother.
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Lambda Theta, teachers
college honorary, will meet
Thursday at 5 p.m. on the sec
ond floor of Teachers College.
Go to 281 Freshmen
Inter Varsity, 12:30. 313.
Delta Sigma Pi. I. 313.
Student Cxincil. 4. 313.
L'n. Act. Arta Exhibit! Comm., 4.
Un, Act. Talks st Topic Comm., i, 31.
Ua. Special Act. Comm.. S, 111.
Red Cross. 7, 315 316.
Delta Sigma Pi, 7, A.
irC, T. 313.
Cosmopolitan Club, T 30, C.
Diesel Operators Conference. H. 31S.
Inter Varsity. 13:30, 313.
Hinshow Rehearsal, 1. Ballroom.
Delta -Sigma Pi. 3, 313.
Red Cross. 4, 31C
Christian Science, S. 313,
Vn. Act. Dance Comm., 3, 31S.
l'n. Act. Film Comm.. 9, Roundup.
Diesel Operators Banquet. 4:30, X.
Coed Counselors, 6:45, C.
Delta Sigma Pi. 7, 313.
Young Democrats. 7:13, X.
Faculty Recital, 7:30, Ballroom.
Alpha Phi Omega. 7:30, A. B.
Inter Varsity, 7:30, 319.
Young Republicans,' 7:30, 316.
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Two hundred eighty-one
freshmen are attending the
University on $100 Regents
Fred Ress ranked first
among the more than 3,500
senior high school students
who took the examination.
The scholarships were
awarded on the basis of a
statewide competitive exam
ination eiven students last
sririne who ranked scholastic
ally in the upper quarter of
their high schools.
Those attending on the scholarships
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Mylon Filkins, Robert Force, Fred
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will be on campus
to answer questions about
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30 and 31
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Best of all, it means a future as big as you
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Mass Red Cross
Red Cross will hold a mass
meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in
Room 315 of the Union.
Miss Maydell Smith, Direc
tor of Junior Red Cross and
Educational Relations, will be
the featured speaker. Miss
Smith will talk about her
work in Red Cross, much of
which has been overseas.
Red Cross Board members
will be introduced, and the
duties of the various com
mittees will also be explained.
All students interested in
working with the Red Cross
College Unit may to attend
Inter-Varsity Christian Fel
lowship will be held at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Union 315.
A student panel, composed
of students from the various
colleges within the University,
will discuss the topic "What
5 30 p.m.
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People Are Taught U
Jazz Meeta the Classics
Discovery at Brooklleld Zoo
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