The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 30, 1959, Page Page 4, Image 4

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On the Social Side:
Pinnings., Engagements
Reach 44 for Year
Eleven engagements and
pinnings were announced at
Monday night dinners bring
ing the total for the school
year to 44.
Grace Middleschwant, a
Towne Club sophomore in
Music from Lincoln, to Rod
Awarded 25
More than $45,000 in fel
lowships, scholarships and as
sistantships have been award
ed 25 students majoring in
chemistry at the University.
Those who were awarded
fellowships varying in value
from $1,200 to $4,180 are
Charles Geisler, the Samuel
Avery Memorial Fellowship;
Patrick Hess, the Monsanto
Chemical Co. Fellowship; El
don Shuey, the Dow Chemical
Co. Fellowship; Randall Ayer,
the Minnesota Mining and
Manufacturing Co. Fellow
ship; and Warren Murdock,
James Swanson and Robert
Zey, all receiving National
Science Foundation Fellow
ships. Scholarship winners and
their awards include Stephen
Lovel, the $500 National
Starch Scholarship, and John
Haberman, the $500 Continen
tal Oil Co. Scholarship.
New graduate teaching as
sistants are Jerome Schnell,
Rina Barragan. Gerald Borg
lum, Richard Covault, Larry
DeVries, Raymond Evard,
Daniel Howell, Kjell Kleppe,
James Minor, James Quick,
Fred Redmore, Charles Slat
tery, Sidney Snyder, Lynn
Walker and William Wittman.
Depending upon the amount
of service, stipends range
from $900 to $1,800.
Gepto Craze
Hits Kansas
A clepto maniac has been
at work on the Kansas Uni
versity campus as the Kansas
Union reported nine black
leatherette sofa cushions
missing. The chairs are val
ued at $25 apiece.
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Knitting at Kansas State
University has caught on as
evidence that the sport is ap
pearing in dorms, sororities,
and meetings.
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At Texas A. and M., a fish,
which is a freshman, was
instructed to leave a copy of
the school paper under each
door at the dorm.
Later copies of the Battal
ion were found not only in
the rooms but also in the
shower stalls.
Young Democrats
To Have Election
University Young Demo
crats will meet tonight at 8
o'clock in Student Union 332
rather than in room 322 as
was stated in Friday's paper.
Dr. Alex Edelmann, associ
ate professor of political sci
ence, will conduct a question
and answer session on "Why
People Should Belong to Po
litical Parties."
Also on the agenda will be
the election of officers and
ratification of the organiza
tion's constitution.
Scrip Deadline
Is Tomorrow
Tomorrow at 5 p.m. is the
deadline for submitting ma
terial to Scrip, student pub
lished magazine.
Copy may be deposited in
Room 208 of Andrews Hall or
given to the editor, Bill John
son. Block and Bridle
Members of the Block and
Bridle club will have their
pictures taken Thursday at
7:30 p.m. in the Meats Lad-oratory.
Schmeidt, a Delta Sigma Phi
in Music from Cook.
Linda Walt, a Kappa Alpha
Theta senior in Teachers from
Lincoln, to Charlie Wilson,
Phi Delta Theta senior in
Arts and Sciences from Lin
coln. Donna Manary, Delta Delta
Delta sophomore in Agricul
ture from North Platte to
Buzz Schuett, an Alpha Tau
Omega senior in Arts and Sci
ence from Cairo.
Sally Miller, an Alpha
Omicorn Pi senior in Home
Ec from Hartington, to Bart
Brendenkamp, an Acacia sen
ior in Engineering from Hay
Lynn Meyers, a Delt? Delta
Delta senior in Arts and Sci
ence from Lincoln to Robert
Battie, a Sigma Chi alum
from Lincoln in Ministry at
Princeton University.
Mary Rhoades, a junior In
Home Ec from Valley, to
Henry Dierks, a junior in
Electrical Engineering from
Nancy Montgomery, an Al
pha Phi junior in Elementary
Ed from Hebron, to Cork
Rowley, a Sigma Phi Epsilon
sophomore in Dentistry from
Joan Bailey, an Alpha Phi
senior in Elementary Ed from
Omaha, to Frank Tomson, a
Phi Delta Theta senior in Bus
iness Administration from
Artha Pacha, a Fedde Hall
junior from Atkinson, to Ron
Frickel, a Pi Kappa Phi jun
ior in Architecture from At
kinson. Linda Schelbitzki, a sopho
more in Arts and Sciences
from Geneva, to Dick Hoffer
ber, a University alum from
Nancy Morgan, a Delta Del
ta Delta sophomore in Home
Ec from Lincoln, to Allen
Haugner, a Delta Upsilon sen
ior in Business Administration
from Port Huron, Mich.
Ann Mclntyre, a Delta Del
ta Delta junior in Teaching
from Lincoln, to Larry Hos
sack, a Sigma Phi Epsilon
junior In Arts and Science
from Lincoln.
First Aid Jolt
Anyone interested in be
coming first aid chairman for
the Red Cross may apply to
day at 5:30 p.m. in 343 Stu
dent Union.
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daye and are paid lor within 10 daye
after the ad expire or la canceled.
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FOR BALE Typewriter. German
made; portable three monthe old.
Sale price $60.00 Koom 7210 Del
leek Quad.
Kor Baletlsed "Bach" Coronet In
good condition $125. See at 1535
"R" John Biechoff, 2-2414.
LOST: Cht Omega pin. Return to
Shirley McCord, 6-6848. Reward.
Grad student In EJC with theale to be
typed deelrea to meet attractive Co-ed
with typing ability. Muat own type
writer. Brtnjr picture of typewriter
and Inquire Room 302. Fergueon Hall.
Wilt pay car expenm round trip to
Krvlng; any or every weekend. Call
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Dent Course
For Grads
Postgraduate short courses
in dentistry have been sched
uled for the 1959-60 school
The program is being re-introduced
after a lapse of sev
eral years.
The five courses of two and
three-day periods will cover
the fields of oral surgery, pre
ventive orthondontics, period
ontics, occlusual equilibration
procedures and partial den
tures. The courses, co-sponsored
by the College of Dentistry
and Extension Division, will
provide a "continuing educa
tion" for dentists, said Dean
Ralph L. Ireland of the Col
lege of Dentistry.
ADDlications have been sent
to 4,500 dentists in Nebraska
and adjoining states. Other
states have been included
since there are no dental col
leges between the West Coast
and Nebraska, Dr. Ireland
Occlusual equilibration pro
cedures and partial denture
courses will be limited to 10
because of t h e supervisory
nature of the instruction.
Union to Open
Picture Library
Two hundred varied pic
tures, suitable for brighten
ing anyone's room, will be
available from the Student
Union picture lending library,
starting at 8 a.m. Thursday.
They can be checked out
free for one semester to stu
dents with identification
The library in the base
ment of the new Union addi
tion will close at 5 p.m., but
will open Friday at 8 a.m.,
to check out remaining pic
tures. Paul Johns, chairman of
the Arts and Exhibits com
mittee for the Union Board,
said this year's collection in
cludes two dozen new pic
tures. It is made up of copies
of old and modern master
pieces and also includes
copies of some contemporary
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shape so strikingly enLrged a dia-
mond'B appearance and revealed
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Nightly Crib
Dances Free
Beginning tonight, free
dances will be held each eve
ning in the Crib of the Stu
dent Union from 8 to 10 p.m.
Music will be furnished by
juke box records.
The Union is also sponsor
ing Friday night rally dances
in the party rooms. The
dances last until 11 p.m. and
students may attend either
stag or with dates.
The first rally dance was
held before the Nebraska
Minnesota game. Commented
Ginny Hubka, dance chair
man, "We had an over-supply
of boys and would like to see
more students of both sexes
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Mu Epsilon Nu
Sets Schedule
The semester's meeting
scheduled for Mu Epsilon Nu,
honorary and professional fra
ternity for men in. Teachers
College, was announced this
week by Lyle Pomina, presi
dent. The group will hold lunch
eon meetings in 412 Adminis
tration Building on the first,
second, third and fifth Fri
day of each month and a din
ner meeting on the fourth
Dairy Club Picnic
The Dairy Club will have
a picnic tomorrow at 6 p.m.
in the Dairy Building.
Get Chance
Cobs, Tassels
Looking for Song
Hopeful female composers
will have a chance to air their
abilities writing an original
song for rallies and games.
Tassels and Corn Cobs are
sponsoring a contest in song
writing for all organized wom
en's houses.
Six to 10 members of a
house should present the song
before a panel of judges on
Wednesday, Oct. 7. The judges
will select the top three songs
which will be presented at the
rally on Oct. 9 where they
will again be judged.
Houses should bring three
copies of their song to the
first judging. If the musical
score is original, it should be
included. If the words are
to the score of another song,
the original title should be in
cluded. Judging will be based on
originality, suitability, audi
ence appeal and presentation.
A trophy will be awarded
at the rally to the group with
the best song.
First NU-Meds
Meeting Tonigbt
The first meeting of NU
Meds will be at 7:30 tonight
in the Student Union audi
torium. All new pre-med, pre-dent
and medical tech students are
invited in order that they may
become acquainted with the
NU-Med organization.
Coffee and doughnuts will
be served.
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by Gotham Gold Strip
are the cutest pajamas
in the dorm!
Tailored shirtail top i: pretty pink or blue
ploid . . . pants are solid color to match. All
proportioned to your height ... in Average
or Toll in sizes 32 to 40.
Juit an of our darling ttyte in
praportiontd Tommies!
September 30, 1959
Med Tests
Set Oct. 31
The Medical College Ad
mission Test will be given
Oct. 31.
Required of students enter
ing any accredited medical
college in the United States
and Canada, the test will be
given for the last time to stu
dents who are applying for
admittance ,to the medical
colleges in September, 1960, f
Application forms, avail
able at 306 Bessey Hall, must
be on file at the Educational
Testing Service in Princeton,
N.J. by Oct. 17.
Dairy Club Sets
Picnic Thursday:
The Varsity Dairy Club will
hold a picnic at the Ag Dairy
Industry Building Thurs
day at 6 p.m.
All persons interested in
dairying are invited to at
tend and may bring dates if
they wish. Entertainment will
be provided.
Tickets may be purchased
for $1 from Lou Keating,
telephone 7-3007.
Friday, Oct. 2nd
Bud Holloway