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The Doily Nebroskon
Fridoy, May 1, 1959
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Neff Krueger Moses Clark Mitchem Kaufman Smidt Humphrey Flannlgan Stafford Welchenthal
Frenzel Herman Bicha Berke Miller . Rogge MacDonald Carlson Shugrue Schrag ' Ellis
Foreigu Students I I " ? I . !' ; J f 'T 1' 1 Rcd RobeS s.
- 'S'K J f"n rM ' ?- Candidates Xo Dnwil 1S f?
r VkT' - SrS ' Wf , Vi ing herself as a very inter- OatlirdaV ' ' fvl '
I I 4 yjTh J V-N ested person, she said that " Swl, '
fl 1 1 I I ,V f 1 the Council needs interested
llr l I L. : I I : , I i Deonle to keeD it strong.
Ilr r I I 1 r ' ;A 1 .. V..,. c-- ' members of the Innocents So-
r s v r II Zschau Beechner Novotny Ebv man, is a memDer or Alpha
r;3T !: .fr" New MBs
Nautical news by Bobbie
Brooks fives you a com
plete ensemble In sports
wear. Included in this en
semble are skirts, middy
and roll-up sleeve blouses,
short shorts and burmudas
of white and royal blue
with a touch of red. All
are moderately priced for
a cool trip into spring and
summer fashions. You can
find them in Gold's second
floor Campus Shop.
Support These Candidates
Arts and Sciences ...
Teachers . . .
Ej ROY NEIL
X CLARE VRBA
Q if !
v.' .TT. . c Evaluation
. -STUDENT COI'NCII,--ATTKNTION
Elect DON KPP 10 Student round,
actlv rep,'eMentativ of your Interest.
Esthr Loio. sncclaitn In Men
Women's flttlni? problems. Pouhl
breasted converted to single. 4445 So.
Day and eve. classes at the MIDWEST
Halrdressinc ACADKMY. acrredited
school of cosmetolonv. 202 Barkley
Bids. , 115 No. 12. 2-4039
Wanted Bus hoys to work at frater
nity hntuie for remainder of xctiuol
term. Pleuae call 2-.'):i4 or S-730H.
Wanted Models for Centennial
Earn while you learn and be an Off!-
ciiii nosiess tor centennial Exposi
tion. See Btly Bonn Ad In Hariiers
Bazaar Magazine. Call 2-2311. 1U36
Bus hoy for part time work. 12-2. Ap-
viy iriimynieni utiles, 7tn floor Mil
ler A Paine,
For sale Bookcase, desk, chest-of-
u r a w a r 1 . miscellaneous furniture.
This space, remember classifieds pay.
sxi ny aon t jou put them to ttork
for ycu today.
Special on new and used HI-FI s. plus
romp.PH une 01 nutn quality port
abls radios for those spring parties A
picnics. DIETZ MI'SIC HOUSE u08
Two forma Is (blue slzs 12. beifre 10).
Tnree, cocktail Dresses (red 8, two
whit 71. Call 4-9103 after six.
Car HI-FI phonograph for sale, Mo-Par.
Chrysler Product, 3-8074.
Set of Encyclopedia Americana. MSO.
worm 1,175. Excellent condition
Typewriters, adding machines for rent
or sale, B MJU.US. MO. 13. 2-0268.
Students, have your thesis bound at
H. H. Bindery by experienced book
binders at Dew low prices, anv thick
ness J3.00. special custom binding at
a slightly higher rate. Bibles, Text
books. Periodicals bound and rebound
at Low Low prices. Phone &-443S
ttaytlme 2-8309 Evsnings.
Elect These Candidates
To Student Council May 4
ARTS & SCIENCE
Between 5 and 25 new Mor
tar Boards chosen Saturday
will face a big task evalua
tion of the past history of
'Mortar Board activities and
a new pro
gram. Aside from
post to "pro
ship and serv
ice, the Black
have no restrictions concern
ing what they should and
should not do, said Nancy
Copeland, president of Mor-
j tar Board.
I As a result of evaluation,
I several changes were made
I this year.
The Mortar Boards also
evaluated each activity thev
had worked in and determined:
whether their group was best
suited to perform that job,
Miss Copeland said.
The women who served as
Mortar Boards this year are:
Nancy Copeland, president, member
of Delta Gamma.
Nan Carlson, vice president, member 1
of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Jan Llrhteoberger Sorenson. secra.
tary, member of Delta Delta Delta.
fienrgeann Humphrey, treasurer, mem-;
ocr ot rvappa Delta.
Cynthia Zschau. historian, memhpp nr
Kappa Aipha Theta.
Sharon MrDoirald, editor, member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Doris Kby, member of Town Club.
Fran Gourlay, member of Delta Gam
ma. Terry Mltrhem, member of Gamma
Carolyn Novotny, member of Gamma
Sally Flanagan, member of Gamma
Judy Chapman, member of Alpha
Rev Ellis, member of Kappa Delta.
Mary Lynn Stafford, member of
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Patsy Kaulman. member of Love Me
Jarquie Miller, member of Kappa
Karen Krueger, member of Alpha
Judy Douthlt, member of Delta Delta
Dorothy Beechner, member of Alpha
Judy Decker, member of Delta Delta
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ing herself as a very inter
ested person, she said that
the Council needs interested
people to keep it strong.
Pennie Sandritter, a fresh
man, is a member of Alpha
Omicron Pi, Orchesis, Red
Cross and a Masquers work
er. Cumulative average 5.071.
Miss Sandritter favors ex
pansion of Spring Day to be
more like Iowa States Veisha
Days. She thinks the Council
floor is the best place to
bring new ideas and revisions
needed for Teachers College.
Bonnie Spiegal, sophomore,
is treasurer and rush chair
man of Sigma Delta Tau,
and a Coed Counselor.
Cumulative average 5.7.
A better understanding of
the help the administration is
trying to give the students is
what Miss Spiegal advocates.
She believes in student par
ticipation m a card-pulling
system and favors getting
Dack to a happier campus
spirit and picture.
I The young lady
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summer wardrobe. Her five piece cotton co-ordinate by junior
Thirteen junior men will be
tackled Saturday as the new
members of the Innocents So
The society sponsors the
Homecoming Decor ations
competition, helps to sponsor
the Frosh Hop and serves dur
ing the Chancellor's Registra
tion, during New Student
Members must have a 6
average or better.
The present Innocents are:
Dwane Roaae. Dresident. member tj
Delta I psilon.
John Glynn, vie president, member of
Beta Theta PL
Burt Welchenthal, secretary, member
of Farm House.
Larry Schrag, treasurer, member of
Phi Kappa Psi.
Gary Cadwallader. sergeant-at-arms,
member of Phi Delta Theta.
Gary Berke, member of Alpha Gamma
Jon Bicha. member of Beta Sigma Psi.
Gary Freniel, member of Alpha Tau
Dick Shugrue. member of Phi Kappa
Bob Smidt, member of Farm House.
, member of Farm aTasr aaiasrsar DY LUrrT nurD "
. member of Kappa OTT ' I
membe, of DelU Tau P iPPW
I JOAN GRAF Am Tl
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is primarily interested in putting
House has an Oriental flavor and includes a
matching jacket, skirt, and shorts.
5.30 Children1! Corner
V. enmt prelude
6:30 TV Classroom
V l'roiitifin ot Health
7:30 Keyboard Conversation
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