The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 04, 1959, Page Page 4, Image 4

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    Mondoy, Moy 4, 1959
Poga 4
The Daily
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Godby Tackled First
David Codbey was tack
led Saturday as the new pres
ident of Innocents Society for
Dwaine Rogge, his prede
cessor, tack
led the Jun
ior man dur
ing Ivy Day
c e r emon
ies. The new
p r e s i dent
of the honor
ary society
for senior
men is en-
Godbey rolled in the
College of Engineering and
Architecture, is a member of
the Student Council and the
Engineering Executive board
and a past member of the
Publication Board and the
American Institute of Archi
tects and Builders. Vice
president of Kosmet Klub,
Godbey is also house mana
ger of Theta Xi fraternity.
He has held two Regents
scholarships and the Donald
Walters Miller scholarship.
Elected vice president was
John Nielsen, also a student
in the College of Engineering
and Architecture. Nielsen, a
member of the Student Coun
cil, the Interfraterhity Coun
cil and the Engineering Ex
ecutive board, has been di
rector of the Kosmet Klub's
spring show and a member
of the American Society for
Agricultural Engineers and
the Saber Air Command. He
lias held three Regents schol
arships, is feature editor of
the Blueprint, an engineering
magazine and president of
Delta Upsilon fraternity.
Other members of the
group include:
Frederick Bllu secrtary. BHm. en
rolled in the College oi Agriculture, it
vice prextdent of Corn Coon end the All
I'niversiiy Fund board. member of the
All Executive board, Alpha Zeta, n
cultural echolamic honorary fraternity,
the Interfraternity Council and the Ag
ronomy Club. He has held the following
cholrtiipa: a Re?ente, a Forney Foun
dation Knglneeruig, a Delta Tail Delta
and a Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben. He it rush
chairman of Farm Houne.
Oeorre Porter treasurer. Porter, en
rolled in the College of Engineering and
Architecture, la president of Sigma Nu
fraternity, a member of the Student
Council and the Engineering Executive
board, president of the lnterfraternity
Counoil and copy ditor of the Blueprint.
He has been awarded the KROTC regu
lar scholarship.
Jack Mack aer(eani-at-arms. Muck,
enrolled in the College of Business Ad
ministration, is treasurer of the Student
Council and chairman of Spring Day. He
ia treasurer of the lnterfraternity Coun-
Tele today
Coed Injured
During Parade
Jo Jaspersen, a junior In
Ag College, was released from
the hospital this weekend aft
er a car-pedestrian accident
during the Spring Day Parade.
She suffered bruises but was
not seriously injured.
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cil and Phi Delta Theia fraternity. Kos
met Klub and a pt member of we
All I'imersiiy Fund board.
Rakert Blair enrolled In the Col leaf of
Business Administration. Barn ia past
preaident of Mama Alpha hpilun ira
ternily. rexional president of the lnler
fralernily Council and vice preaidenl of
the lnterfraternity t imncil. He is a mem
ber of the Student Council, a past m- i
ber of Kapps Alpha Mu, photo-journaliKm
honorary Irateiinly. and a former Cora
hiiker yearbook photographer. He has
held the i. Kenneth Coaler BuMnea Ad
miniatration. the Delta Tau Delta and
the J oka M. Spear Memorial scholar
ahips. Veraea Tm enrolled In the College
of AariruHure. reve la preaidenl ot Ki
met Klub, vice president of r'arm Houae
fraternity, a member of the As Kxeou
tive board, the Aaronomy flub and the
Lutheran Student Amuttadon and chair
man ot an All University Fund and a
Builders committee. He Is the Kosmet
Klub representative to the Lincoln Cen
tennial Committee and has been in the
casts of "South Pacific' and "4.nnie Get
Your Gun.' He Is a part member of the
Vouns Kepuhticana and haa held the
Knishts ot Ak-Sar-Ben scholarship for
three yes'rs and ths Sears and Hoehuck
Carroll Noylrkt enrolled In the College
of Knsineering and Architecture. He is
the editor of the Blueprint, vice presi
dent of Theta Xi fraternity and was E
Week publicity chairman. He is a mem.
ber of the Knslneera' Executive board,
Sisma Tau, honorary ensineering aoci-
ety, Kta Kappa Ku. electrical engineer.
ins honorary society, the American ho
ciety of Klertnral Kngineers, the 1'uhli
catMita Board. Huildrra. the Nebraska
University Council for World Allairs
board, the lniei"fraternity Council and
Newman Club. He haa held the omima
Steel Works scholarship snd the Klki
Club "Most Valuable Student" award.
Robert Paine enrolled in the College
of Agriculture Paine, a Student Tribunal
Judge. Is president of Alpha Gamma Kho
fraternity, treasurer of the Ag Executive
board and publicity chairman of the
Varsity Dairy Club and was Fa' '
Formal chairman. He ia a member of
Corn Cobs, the lnterfrsternity Council.
the Snnna Day Steering tnmmiuee. tne
University Dairy Cattle Judging Team
and the 1'nlversity 4-H Club. He has held
the Regents and M. N. Lawritson scholarships.
Norman Rehiring enrolled in the Col
lege of Agriculture. President of Farm
House fraternity, Rohlfing is secretary
of the Agronomy Club, assistant husi
ness manager of thf Daily Nebiaskan and
a member of Alpha .els. Kosmet Klub
and the Nebraska Human Reiwureea Re
search Foundation. He ' . i past mem
ber of the Phalanx Drill Squad and the
Ag VMCA snd is s former Sprint; Day
committee chairman. He haa held the
Ak-Sar-Ben. Seam and Hoebnck and He-
genta scholarships.
Larry Romjue enrolled In the 'allege
of Bustneus Administration. Homjue ia
president of Bets Theta Pi traternity.
business manager of Kosmet Klub and a
member of the varsity golf team. V
Club and Student Council. He was named
an Eligible Bachelor in lfl.W and is a
past member of Builders and the lnter
fraternity Council and past treasurer of
the All University Fund. He has held the
American Loan scholarship snd the Stew
art Award from Beta Theta Pi.
Harry Tolly enrolled in Teachers Col
lege. A member of the varsity football
and baseball teams. Tolly is secretary,
treasurer of the N-Club, historian ot Phi
Epsilon Kappa, physical education pro
fessional fraternity, and a member of
the all University basketball intramural
team. He received honorable mention on
the Big 8 Scholastic Team and was co
captain of the freshman football team.
He won the Freshman Mathematics
Award, and is a member of Mu F.psilnn
Nu, teachers honorary society. Pi Mu
Epsilon. mathematics honorary society,
and Sisma Chi fraternity. He has held a
football grant-in-aid scholarship.
Charles Wilson enrolled in the College
of Arts and Sciences. Wilson is former
advertising manager of the Cornhusker.
a member of Student Council and Theta
Nu. honorary fraternity for pre-mcdical
students, assistant pledge trainer of Phi
Delta Theta fraternity and a former mem
ber of the Nebraska Human Resources
Research Foundation. He held the (ien
eral Motors National scholarship for three
years and won the Phi Delta Theta fresh
man scholarship award.
The choice of Dr. O. K. Bnuwsma. pro
fessor of philosophy, and Lincoln busi
nessman George Holmes as honorary in
nocents was revealed.
Dr. Bouwsma. known nationally snd
Internationally for his work in the philo
sophical field, was also named an hon
orary member of Phi Beta Kappa, na
tional scholastic honorary society, this
year. A faculty member since 1928. Dr.
Bnuwsma has received a number of in
vitations to participate in philosophical
gatherings, including the international
Congress of Philosophers In Amsterdam
In 1948. He has accepted visiting pro
fessorships In this country and abroad,
and has served as president of the West
em Division of the American Philosoph
ical Association.
Holmes, a University alumnus, a found
er of the University Foundation and a
charter member of the former Univer
sity athletic board of control, in 19fi7
received the University's hishest non
academic honor, the Nebraska Builder
Award. In 194(i he was made an honor
ary member of the N-Club. and in 1940.
received the Alumni Association's first
Distinguished Service Award.
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Karen Peterson, Lincoln, was
tapped the new president of
Black Masque Chapter of
Mortar Board, senior wom
en's honorary.
The new president succeeds
Nancy Copeland.
Miss Peterson Is enrolled
In Teachers College and is
the 1959 Ideal Nebraska Co
ed. She is a member of the
Student Union board of man
agers and president of the
Union Activities Committee.
A past junior board member
of Coed Counselors, she is
also on the Associated Wom
en's Students board, a mem
ber of Pi Lambda Theta, hon
orary society for- women in
Teachers College and was an
attendant in last year's Ivy
Day court.
She has worked on the
Hungarian Student Project of
the YVVCA and is activities
chairman of Pi Beta Phi, so
cial sorority.
The new vice president is
Polly Doering. Miss Doering
is enrolled in Teachers Col
lege, is president of Associ
ated Women's Students, past
treasurer of Coed Counsel
ors, treasurer of YWCA, rush
chairman of Alpha Omicron
Pi, social sorority and a
member of Pi Lambda Theta.
Named to honorary mem
bership was Miss Mary
Jean Mulvaney, assistant
professor of physical educa
tion for women, who has
served as a faculty adviser
to the Mortar Boards. Miss
Mulvaney, a 1948 University
graduate, received her Mas
ter's Degree from Wellesley
College in 1951 and joined
the University staff the same
Other new members are:
Mass Maswell secretary. KnrolIM In
the College of Arta and Sciences, Miss
Maxwell is managing editor of the Daily
Nebraskaa. secretary of the Independent
Women's Association, a Journalism Gold
Key Award winner, vice president of
Theta Sigma Phi, professional Journal
Urn fraternity for women, and a mem
ber of Alpha Lambda Delia, freihman
women's scholastic honorary society and
of the Residence Hslls for Women.
Orefchea baeger treasurer. Enrolled
In the College of Arts and Sciences and
Teachers College. Miss Saeser la presi
dent of Red Cross and treasurer of Build
ers. She is a former memlier of All Uni
versity Fund, was an attendant in the
lDSe Ivy Day Court and la a member
of Alpha Lambda Delta and of Gamma
Phi Beta, social sorority.
Oretrhee Sides publicity chairman.
Miss Sides, enrolled in the Collese of
Arta and Sciences, is head staff writer of
! the Daily Nebraskan, president of Coed
Counselors and secretary of Theta sig
ma Phi and Kappa Alpha Theta, social
Darethy Glade. Miss Clade. enrolled
In .Teachers College, is vice president of
Towne Club, ia a Gold Key Award win
ner in business administration, president
of the Independent Women's Association
and a member of the Coed Counselor
Board, the Student Council and Pi
Lambda Theta.
Nancy Spilker. Enrolled hi the College
of Arts and Sciences, Miss Spilker is
president of the YWCA. secretary of Tas
sels and Chi Omega, social sorority.
Dorothy Hall. Enrolled in Teachers Cnl
leae, Miss Hall Is vice president of Build
ers, a member of the Student Union Ac
tivities board. Pi Lambda Theta and
Delta Gamma, social sorority.
karea Krkaster. Enrolled In Teachers
College, she la president of All Univer
sity Fund, secretary of Builders, social
chairman of Chi Omega, social somrily,
and a member of the Dean's Advisory
Board. PI Lambda Theta and ACE, ele
mentary education orianlration.
Sally Dawns. Miss Downs is enrolled
in Teachers College, ia vice president in
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Activities Bosrd. She Is a member of
the Student Council, Red Cross, Phi Sli
ms lota, romance languages honorary
society. Pi Lambda Theta, and Alpha
Phi. social sorority.
Jane Saveaer. Enrolled In the College
of Agriculture, she is president of the
Ag YWCA and of Tassels, past preaidenl
of Love Memorial Hall, was the IM
Hello Girl and a Homecoming Queea
finalist. She was an attendant In Ike
1R.S8 Ivy Day Court and is a member
of Phi Upsilon Omicron. home economics
honorary society, and the Home Econom
ics Club.
See A as Schaabel, Enrolled In Teach,
ers College, she ia editor of the HHV)
Cornhusker and past member of the
Builders and AU University Fund boards.
She is a member of PI Sigma Alpha,
political science honorary society, Theta
Sigma Phi, PI Lambda Theta and Kappa
Kappa Gamma, social sorority.
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