The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 07, 1958, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Poge 4
On the Social Side
House Parties
Head Busy Slate
Oa the heels of busy migra-
tion and homecoming week-
ends, several fraternities and
sororities have announced
plans for house parties this
The weekend's social calen -
dar looks like this:
Friday, the Alpha Phis and
Acacias will hold an hour
dance while Beta Sigma Psi
plans a costume party at the
Lent to Take
88 for Performance
The 88-man University
marenmg Dana will give a
performance at the Saturday
football game between the
University and Kansas Uni
versity. The band, under the direc
tion of Professor Don Lentz, i plan a supper. Pi Beta Phi
will march onto the field for j and Phi Delia Theta pledges
a simple drill and join the : will hold a picnic. Both fune
Kansas University for the ! tions will begin at 5 p m.
nlavinff nf th Yalivnnl in- I
them preceding the game.
During the first 5 minutes of
the half the University band
will perform precision drills
after which they will form a
large design with the KU
band for Homecoming cere
monies. The group will travel by
bus to Lawrence, Kansas Sat
urday morning, assistant di
rector Jack Snider said. They
will eat at the KU Union at 1
noon and will return imme-,
diately following the game, i
The game will be televised :
n Channels S KMTV) and !
10 KOLN-TV).
Bulletin Board
Weerlne. 8. 212
luncheon 12. X
Conference Group Meetings 3. 313 ,
Tiinner. . X
Entntnolnw meetine, a m . 916
high school press asstk i
Ttcfristratlon, 8. lobby i
Meetlnn. 10. Bnllroom
Advisors tfflicheon, 12. T
Tlnnw. S:Sn, Ballroom
Inter Varsity, 12:30. 31
Delta Stem" Pi. 2- A
Phi Ttelts Knpns Mte.. B. 212
Phi Kelts Kappa Mtg., 9, 3U. Slo. :
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61S North Manhattan,
Manhattan, Kansas
i Lincoln Hotel. Both events
i start at 7 p.m.
' Saturday afternoon, eight
groups have planned listen to
the game sessions. Combined
croups with this in mind in-
' elude the Alpha Chi Omegas
and Rota Sigma Psis. Alpha
Xi Delta actives and Theta
Xi actives. Alpha Xi Delta
pledges and the Delta Upsilon
pledges, and Kappa Delta and
Alpha Gamma Sigma.
Saturday at 7 p.m.. Resi
dence Hails and Seaton I will
hold an hour dance. Alpha
Gamma R h o, meanwhile,
I plans a "Rho Rendevous" at
! Coiner Terrace.
Other Saturday night par
jties are Alpha Gamma Sig
ma s "South bea lsianas
house party at 9 p.m.; the
Fairfield House's "Soccer
Club" party at 7:30 p.m.;
Phi Gamma Delta's "Gam-
i bling Party" at 9 p.m., and
tive Sigma Xu's Beachcomb
er" house party also at 9.
Two pledge events are also
scheduled for Sunday eve
ning. The pledges of Kappa
Alpha Theta and Sigma Xu
To Travel
Three University debate
groups will hit the road this
j weekend for tournaments in
j Nebraska and Kansas.
Speech assistant Karl
Harshbarger will take two
teams of beginning debaters
to Manhattan, Kansas for the
annual Kansas State College
beginners' tournament. Last
year, Nebraska's beginners
won 15 of 16 debates for the
best record in the tourna
ment. Those going to Manhattan
are: Doug McCartney and
Dick Nelson; and James Eh
ret and William Cord.
Another group under the
tutalage of speech assistant
Robert Kimball will go to
Omaha for a tournament at
Omaha University. Teams
scheduled for the Omaha trip
are: George Mover and Biff
Keyes; Bob Ross and Melvyn
Eikleberrv and Wanda Head
and Phyllis Elliot.
Professor Donald Olson, di
rector of discussion and de
bate activities will squire the
third group, which will pre
sent a series of audience de
bates in Kansas. Teams going
are: Judith Hoeman and Ei
leen Warren and Nancy Cope
land and Barbara Bacon.
Teams on the audience de
bating tour will debate at
Kansas State. Washburn,
Kansas University and the
University of Kansas City,
Kansas City, Mo.
Second A Prof
'Pot Luck' Set
The second "Pot Luck with
the Profs" of the semester
will be held in the Ag Union
Lounge on Nov. 16.
All students may attend the
free supper and entertam-
ment which will be furnished
I by the Ag College faculty.
Students will have the op-
portunity to meet the follow
j ing faculty members during
I the evening: A. B. Schultz.
Warren Atyeo, Donald Clan
! ton. Thomas Doryland. Elvin
Frolik, Charles Gardener,
Francis Haskins. R o 1 1 i n
Schnider, John Skinner and
Howard Wittmus. The wives
of these men will also be
Friday, Nov. 7
I 5:30 A 'Number of Thins,
j r Evening Prelude
6:30 TV Clamrram
i 7 KssentialB of Freedom
7:30 Industry on Purarte
7:40 II. Review
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Continued From Page 1
pictures to be sent to home
town newspapers.
KUOX-TV and the Journal
Star printing company will
be toured by conventioners
Friday at 4:30 p.m.
Two photo exhibits have
also been scheduled for the
highschoolers. "The best
news pictures of the year,"
an exhibit sponsored by the
Encyclopedia Britannica, Na
tional Press Photography As
sociation and the School of
Journalism at Missouri Uni
versity; and the annual $25,
000 International Photography
contest winners. The pictures
are on display in the base
ment of Burnett.
1st Class
AH American
Honors Missed
The Daily Nebraskan has
been awarded a first class
honor rating by the Associ
ated Collegiate Press for the
second semester of 1957-58.
Tk Ne
braskan was i X""
listed topsso b
among il
school papers
which re
ceived this
high award
pers at Iowa I Vo
State, Okla
homa State
and Kansas
State were
m I tarn
the only ones in the Big Eight
to equal the Nebraskan's rat
ing. Five papers received All
American honor ratings, the
highest given, which is just
one notch above a first class
award. The University of Cal
ifornia at Berkeley, Wayne
State University at Detroit,
the University of Texas, the
University of Southern Cal
ifornia and the University of
Minnesota published these
prize-winning papers.
Dick Shugrue was editor of
the paper last semester. Ern
est Hines was editorial editor
and Mack Lundstrom was
managing editor. Emmie
Limpo was news editor;
George Moyer, sports editor;
Gary Rodgers, Diana Max
well, Pat Flannigan, Carroll
Kraus and Gretchen Sides
were copy editors. Jerry Sel
lentin was business manager.
His staff included Tom Neff,
Stan Kaiman, Bob Smidt and
Jerry Trupp.
The first semester Nebras
kan in 1957-58 received a sec
ond class rating under the
editorship of Jack Pollock.
13 Cadets
Capt. Wayne Frye and 13
Distinguished Military Stud
ents were honored at a Uni
versity Army R0TC parade
I Thursday.
Col. V. R. Rawie presented
Captain Frye the Commenda
tion Ribbon with metal pen
; danit for meritorious service
; performed as an ordnance ad-
visor to the Vietnamese Army
in 1957.
' Congratulatory letters from
the commanding general of
the Fifth United States Army
j were also presented by Col.
itawie xo u aisunguisnea mu- s
itary Students.
The students honored were: :
Cadet Brig. Gen. Carl Jett,
Cadet Col. Richard Falconer, '
Cadet Col. Raymond DeBow
er, Cadet Col. Richard Han-
zel. Cadet Col. Pat Kuncl, I
r.arlpl r.nt rinuirl T.inn flarlm .
Lt. Col. Ronald Maiwald.
Cadet Lt. Col. Burton Wei
I chenthal, Cadet Maj. Paul
Smith, Cadet Maj. Dwaine
Rogge, Cadet Capt. Robert
Moran, Cadet Capt. Byron
Speice and Cadet 2nd Lt.
Larry Baker.
Square Dance
All University Square
Dance Club will meet from
8-12 Friday mght at the Col
lege Activities Building on Ag
Anyone may attend. Admis
sion for members is 25 cents
for members; for non-mem
bers 35 cents.
Speed Equipment
Hollywood Mufflers
Trie Doily Nebroskon
lh, hi'
Bachelor, Beauty Queen
1 1 1 A J
Candidates Announced
Eighty-five candidates for
Beauty Queen and Most Eli
gible Bacheor have been an
nounced. Beauty Queen interviews
were held last night in the
faculty lounge of the Union.
Most Eligible Bachelor inter
views were conducted by the
Mortar Boards Wednesday
February Announcement
Forty-four coeds are vying
for the six Beauty Queen ti
tles, while 39 candidates are
running for the six Most Eli
gible Bachelors. The 12
Beauty Queen finalists and 12
Most Eligible Bachelor final
ists will be announced at Co
ed Follies in February.
The six Beauty Queens and
To Speak
Neal Stanford, correspon
dent for The Christian Science
Monitor, will speak at a spe
cial convocation for journal-
ism majors and minors at
, 1:30 p.m. Monday in the His
torical Society Museum. "
Stanford is one of the mem
bers of the newsmen's panel
who will question Sen. Paul
Douglas at the All-University
convocation Monday morn
ing. A color film, "'Assignment
Mankind", concerning a day
at the Christian Science Moni
tor will follow Stanford's
speech. Questions from the
audience will also be an
swered. Stanford covers the Wash
ington diplomatic and eco
nomic scenes for the Moni-
tor. He has been associated
with the Monitor since 1937,
and served as assistant edi
; tor of the American news de
partment of the paper for four
i The 30-minute film is being
flown m especially for the
convocation from the Monitor
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Eligible Bachelors will then
be pictured In the 1959 Corn
husker. The number of candidates
for the titles that each house
could submit was determined
by Cornhusker sales. One
Beauty Queen or Eligible
Bachelor candidate was per
mitted for every 25 Corn
huskers sold.
Beauty Queen candidates
were judged on appearance,
beauty, poise, personality
and photogenic ability. Most
Eligible Bachelors were
judged on the definition of
"the man you'd most like to
be seen with." Factors con
sidered were personality, ap
pearance, eligibility, 'sharp
ness' and photogenic ability.
Beauty Qneea candidates
and their affiliates are:
Susie Stone. Donna Radnor. Beta
Sr'numarber. Alfha Xi Dell. Mi-
Goltlach. Marry Sullivan, Delta IVlta
JVIla: Pat Rutt. Yvonne Tounl, RstJi
leea Fisk. Alpha Omtrmn Pi; Elisa
beth A Jt en. Janice Peterson, Lmrta
Oakeson. Pi Rets Phi; Paula Roehr
kaie, Sirma Kappa; Ann NordQuiat,
Jane Kramer, kappa Delia.
Kunnv Hitrbee. Recma Spanhake.
Alire KnlKiww. Alpha Chi Omeea:
Jwn Wassermin. Svhia Bathe.
Gray, Kappa Alpha Theia; Ana Meyer,
Film Society
To Limit
Less than 175 Film Society
memberships remain to be
sold, according to Larry
Cohn, publicity director.
He added that close to 900
tickets have been sold and
sals will be limited. The
number of faculty members
who have bought tickets has
increased by 75 over last
Memberships for all 10 fea
tures cost $3 for students and
$3.50 for faculty members.
They are available from Ne
braska Union Film Society,
Box 1, 14th and R St., Lin
coln. Self-addressed, stamped
envelopes must be included
with orders.
The first movie, "The Blue
Murder at St. Trinians." will
be shown Wednesday, Novem
ber 12.
jnd West. Ila T Alpha: Carol
Pohlman. Terrace Hall; Merca lee
Boiiie. TtvU Hell. Love Hall; Artha
rx-lu. Pat Kaia. Fedde Hall.
Sherry Johnson, Carol Fre. Julie
Sroil. Alpha Phi; Naomi Kaufman. Su
ms Delta Tau: Judy Berry. U-y Web
ster. Kappa Kappa Camma: Jmlie Wil
liams, JoAra Simpsms. Oii Omega;
Merry Lynn Skarda, Barbara Carey.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Barbara Jahn, Jeanne Whrtner. Di
ana Mavmll. Jackie Fendnoh. Wom
en's Rejudenet UaUs; Kaths Brett, kay
Lev area. Im Ituhi. Delta Gamma
Most Eligible Bachelor
candidates and their affilia
tions are:
Chsrk Huston. Carl Baumaa. Alpha
Taa Omeca; Jerry Selleatin. Dave (rod
hey, Theta Xi: Marty Sophir, Jerry
Rosea. Siema Alpha Mu; Joha Kinnter.
Gene Nurber. Jerry Cushiny. Conhusker
Co-op; Joe Viccaro. Phi Gamma Delia.
Don Herman. Bob Danaert. Rob
Schmidt, Don Giesler. Norm Rohltinc.
Fred Rliss, Vem Fet. Archie Clees,
Morris Beerbohm. Don Epp. Farm
house; Roeer Meyer. Jon Bicha. Beta
Sisms Pa; Bill North. Duke Conrad.
Surma Chi; Rocer Uehrtaen. Bob Paine,
Alpha Gamma Rho.
Jim Walker, Delta Tan Delta; Chuck
Stacey. Tim Barnes, Jim Good, Tom
Fulkemon, Phi Kappa Psi; Bob Blair.
Siems Alpha Fmilon; Gary Cadwallader.
Phi Delia Tlai; Dick Shipwrurbt, Tim
Sohnta. Surms Phi Epsiloa. Larry Rom
oe. Beta Theta Pi; Al McDoaell. Bin
Keyes, Kappa Sirma: Jerry Warner.
Surma n; Nei Ruxdasrhal. Bui West.
Delia Vpsilos.
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Friday, November 7, 1953
KUON Celebrates
Fourth Birthday
KUOX-TV is celebrating its
fourth anniversary this week,
rw nf the maior aeeomp-
llishments during this time
TV last year, mauni-i a s
schedule of evening
programming has been in el
fect since a year ago yester
day. Daytime telecasting also
began originating from the
studios last falL
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