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The Daily Nebraskan
Tuesday, March 1, 1960
NU Coed Wins
Trip to England
Years of work on the farm
and achievement of many
successful farm and home
projects have resulted in a
trip to England this summer
for 21 year old Margaret
Stahly, senior in home eco
nomics. This year only one person
will represent Nebraska in
the program known as Inter
national Farm Youth Ex
change. It is annually spon
sored by Nathan Gold and
the 4-H extension service.
Previously rural youth or
ganizations in the state spon
sored another student.
Males Only
"It is more difficult for a
girl to be named for the pro
gram," said Miss Stahly, "as
many countries will accept
only male students."
About 21 applied from over
the state. Of these five were
called back for interviews
and one selected to represent
the state. The national board
then determined the assign
ments to various countries.
Miss Stahly said she felt
fortunate that she received
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aastioa of tb Dally Nebraskan must
bo accompanied try the name of Hi
Custom tailoring clothes at prices no
higher than ready-matle. Double
breasted converted to single.
(established 184i
Mrs. Esther Loso
4445 So 4Rth
Phone IV 8-4212
Closed Saturdays
Dressmaking or alterations done at
reasonable prices In neat, up to date
tvles. Call Mavis, HE 2-2214.
Clowe in sleeping rooms. $4.50 and
(5.50. 321 North 16th St. HE 2-S42S.
Will pay round trip car expenses to
O'Neil any weekend. Call 1. Macau
ley. HE 2-100 evenings.
G.E G. Sorry I didn't surprise you the
24th. I thought you were loo old to
stand It. J.C.
Lowers: Need a date? Call Roger
Phipps! ID 4-3111.
A good job gets at least
a card.
A better job gets a card
and rose.
Kappa Alpha Theto
& Delta Delta Delta
Open Bowling Weekdays Till 5
Sat AI Day, Sundays Till 5
24 Lanes Automatic Pinsefters
Resraurant . . . Barber Shop
920 IV. 48th PHOIVE IN 6-1911
her first preference, Eng
land. Six Months
The program will include
a six month stay with a
number of families in the
country. When she returns
she will be available for a
period of time for speaking
engagements in the state.
Four youths from the Far
East will be in Nebraska dur
ing the time from June to
December. The theme for the
program in which they are
participating is "World
Basis for Miss Stahly's se
lection included her experi
ence in radio and television
work, demonstrations, leader
ship in community organiza
tions, farm background, 4-H
achievement records and per
sonal interviews.
Miss Stahly has worked to
pay all of her college ex
penses. Her first year was
paid entirely by prize money
won in 4-H projects.
She is a member of Phi
Upsilon Omicron and after
her return from England will
be a Home Extension Agent.
Bowskv Gets
Study Grant
William M. Bowsky, assist
ant professor of history, has
been awarded a grant from
the American Council of
Learned Societies in a na
tional competition.
He was one of 61 scholars
affiliated with 47 colleges and
universities and two other
academic institutions to re
ceive the grants for research
in the humanities and related
social studies.
They may be used for trav
el necessary to gain access
to materials (including per
sonal maintenance), research
or clerical assistance and the
reproduction or purchase of
Bowsky's area of research
is "Siena: The study of a
Medieveal Italian commune.
Olson To Head
I Mu Phi Epsilon
Newly elected president of
Mu Phi Epsilon music soror
ity is Annie Olson.
Other officers elected Mon
day were Judy Lawrence,
vice-president: Judi Gardner,
recording secretary; Mavis
Dvorak, corresponding secre
tary; Marion Miller, treas
urer; Pam Fields, warden:
Kaye Chamberlain, choris
ter; Nickie Christie, chap
lain; Grace Middleswart, his
torian; and Sondra Humph
rey, alumnae secretary.
Newly pledged music ma
jors and minors are Claire
Roehrkasse, Gail Galloway,
JoAnn Otradosky, Nancy Sor
ensen, Judy Wiegers, Judy
Tenhulzen, Nancy Rennecker
and Carolyn Eilers.
Daily Nebraskan
Ads Reach
10,000 Readers
Langemeier Takes Honors
In Block and Bridle Show
Grand champion showman
of the Block and Bridle show-
i manship contest Saturday
I was, Lloyd Langemeier who
also won in the swine divi-
; sion.
' George Alschwede was run
; ner up and also placed first
in the sheep division,
i Many Entries
Over 40 entries were re
ceived for the three divisions
of fitting and showing Uni
versity livestock.
Langemeier's name will be
inscribed on the permanent
placque of champions which
is in the department of ani
mal husbandry.
Five medals will be pre
sented at a spring honors
banquet to the top and re
serve showmen and the three
division winners.
Other Winners
Other winners were Don
Kavon, champion over all
beef showmanship; Angus
Garey, reserve champion, al
so champion and reserve in
Mi11er Hariri
Writing Award
Dr. James Miller. Jr. was
recently announced winner of
the award for the best article
to appear in the 1959 issues of
the Arizona Quarterly.
Miller, professor of English ;
and chairman of the Univer- j
sity's English department, i
won the award with the ar-1
tical "Complex Hraire in Mel-;
ville's Carpet."
The award carries a stipend ;
I of $50. The Quarterly is a lit-;
S erary magazine published by ;
I the Universitv of Arizona.
The Four Freshmen
SAVE Advance Tickets At
Miller Peine Tune Shop
Adv. $1.75 Door $1.2S
the Hereford division; Ron
Einspear, champion and Dick
Spanjers, reserve, Angus di
vision; Jesse Felker cham
pion and Ralph Langemeier,
reserve. Shorthorn division.
Dick White, was the reserve
sheep showman and Larry
Williams was the reserve
swine showman.
Med College
The University College of
Medicine Scholarship and
Awards Committee reported
that the University has made
application for and received
confirmation of a grant to
cover eight part-time medi
cal student fellowships.
The sitpends, which come
from the National Institutes
of Health, are usually used
during the summer for re
search projects.
In addition, a part-t i m e
medical student fellowship is
available specifically for
study in the field of allergy.
Sponsor of the award is the
National Allergy Association.
Another fellowship is being
sponsored by the Myasthenia
Gravis Foundation for re
search in that field.
The student relations
committee of the Medical
College Faculty W o m a n's
Club has announced that the
group will sponsor a new
scholarship. A freshman med
ical student will be chosen
for the award of $150, which
is to be used to aid in the
sophomore year.
The fabulous
Four Freshmen
Stars of Capitol Records
Sunday, March 6
Two Big Shows
8:00 and 9:30
Doors Open 6:30
Dancinr ?-H
Client Group
Initiates 13
Thirteen faculty members
and graduate students were
initiated into Phi Lambda
Upsilon, University honorary
chemical society, at a ban
quet in the Student Union
New faculty members of the
society are: Dr. R. M. Hill,
assistant professor of chem
istry; Dr. Richard Dam, as
sistant biochemist and Dr.
Jules Adelfang, postdoctorate
associate in chemistry.
New graduate student mem
bers are: John Anderson,
Richard Beckerbauer, Warren
Diven, Norman Griswold,
George Handler, Thomas
Kreiser, John Kuecker, Ever
ett Meidell, Robert Prokop
and Herbert Meyer.
The annual Rho Chapter
Freshman Scholarship award,
presented to the freshman
chemistry or chemical engi
neering major attaining the
highest academic standing,
was presented to Roger Wil
liams. Music Staff
To Present
Free Recital
Five staff members of t' e
University department
of music will perform at a
faculty recital in the Student
Union Ballroom Thursday at
7:30 p.m.
They are: Joseph Owens,
trombonist, i n s t r u c tor of
piano; Larry Lusk, pianist,
; instructor; Wesley Reist, clar
j inetist, assistant professor in
woodwind instruments; Arn
old Schatz, violinist, instruc
! tor and Audun Ravnan, pian
i ist, assistant profesor of mus
i ic.
i The recital will feature
Handel's "Concerto in F
Minor" and Dutilleux' "Cho
ral, Cadence et Fugato,"
played by Owens; Mozart's
"Trio K. 498," played by
Lusk, Reist and Schatz; and
Martin's "Ballade," played
by Owens.
Even Virgil
is with the Winston beat
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For if you dig a modern filter cigarette
It figures that it's what's up front that is
Like pure Flavorsville, orbit stuff, and all
And only Winston
A real gone combo of golden, rich tobaccos
Selected and processed like for filter smoking;
That's why, dear cats or even squares, it's understood
Winston tastes good like a cigarette should!
Across the Campuses:
Kansas State Riots
In Search of Holiday
Kansas State students staged a small riot last week in
hopes of getting an "athletic holiday" following their basket
ball win over Kansas University.
Campus entrances were barricaded and some faculty
members were "roughed up" said a UPI account of the dem
onstration. "Using bonfires, automobiles, metal bars and carpenter's
horses to block the 12 entrances to the campus, the students
tried to restrain others forcibly from going to classes.
It was reported that some students appeared on campus
as early as 6 a.m. to launch demands for the holiday. No
holiday was granted.
Harriot's Number
Can anyone boast having Brigitte Bardot's phone number
in their little black book?
Four Acacia fraternity brothers at the University of Kan
sas tried to call the French actress collect but it didn't work,
according to the Daily Kansan. A New York operator tried
to discourage the boys from making the call but it went
through anyway except Miss Bardot would not accept the
"Anyway, we're probably among the few persons in this
country who have heard her voice over the telephone or who
have her telephone number in their billfolds," said a partici
pant in the enterprise.
Honor Guard
The Ross Volunteers, honor guard at Texas A and M, will
participate in Mardi Gras festivities this week, reports the
A and M Battalion.
This is the eighth time the group has made the New Or
leans trip and also the eighth time they have occupied first
position in the King Kex paraae on Marai uias uay.
Compulsory ROTC
Compulsory ROTC will be discontinued at Michigan State
as a result of a vote by the academic senate at that Univer
sity. Other land grant universities Ohio State, Wisconsin,
Arizona and Oklahoma also have joined in the non-compulsory
Council Impeached
Seven members of the University of New Mexico student
council were impeached for voting to buy blazers from stu
dent funds. They also were suspended from council meetings.
Sorority Gets ''Iced"
Fraternity men from one house on the University of
Washington campus recently piled 1,350 pounds of ice in
block form in front of a sorority house. The stunt was part
of a "war with a fraternity house," reported the coeds.
Sophomore ISurses Plan Tea Thursday
An all-Medical College corn
pus tea will be held Thursday
in Conkling Hall on the Med
College Omaha campus.
swings with FILTER-BLEND
The tea is to be sponsored
by the University sophomore
nursing class.
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