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    Wednesday, December 12, 1962
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Qualified Juniors May Participate
In NTJ Program at U of Mexico
Qualified students may now
attend El Colegio- de Mexico
in Mexico City under a spe
rial program and get full
credit for their course work
Dr. Roberto Esquenazi-Ma
yo of the department of ro
mance languages said a spe
cial junior year program of
study in language, literature,
history and international re
lations has been planned.
Under the program, Uni
versity students who qualify
may take special courses at
El Colegio under several dis
tinguished faculty members
and other outstanding Cen
tral and South American pro
fessors. Students accepted for the
Mexican study program will
receive intensive language in
struction in June 1963, before
the semester begins In July.
The students will live with
Mexican families and the
group's activities will be un
der the supervision of a resi
Mounted Police?
University Coeds Exclaim
'We Mways Get Our Man9
The Royal Canadian
Mounted Police who claim,
"We always get our man!"
have nothing on the coeds at
the University, which the
flood of pinnings and engage
ments this week proves.
Mindy Nelson, Alpha Chi
Omega sophomore in Arts
and Sciences from Oakland,
to Mike - Collins, Theta Xi
senior in Dental College from
Constance Hagmann, Sigma
Kappa junior in Teachers
from Bellevue, to William
Hemmer, Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon grad in Law College from
Bev Ferris, Chi Omega
senior in Teachers from Cen
tral City, to Tom Thurbur,
Farmhouse senior in agricul
ture from Lexington.
Janine Wattiaux, Alpha Phi
sophomore in Teachers from
LoveraL Belgium, to Selden
Spencer, Delta Upsilon junior
in Arts and Sciences from
St Louis, Mo. t
Sally Botsford, Delta Delta
Delta sophomore in Arts and
To Talk on Cuba
Dr. Robert Esquenazi-Mayo,
Cuban-born associate profes
sor of Romance Languages at
the University, will speak on
"The Cuban Crisis and the
Scope of the Alliance for Pro
gress" at a meeting of the
Nebraska chapter of Sigma
Delta Chi, professional jour
nalism fraternity.
The dinner meeting at 6:30
p.m. will be held tomorrow
at the Lincoln Hotel.
Dr. Esquenazi, a former ,
journalist, served on the staff i
of Life magazine as advisor;
for SDanish-laneuaee editions, i
Now a U.S. citizen. Dr. Es- j
quenazi received his degree
of Docorado en Letras from
the University of Havana. He
came to the University from
Columbia University in 196L
That b bought fife insurance
on hr life? Everyone knows
that a wife is worth much more
than money but think of the
money it would take to hire a
cook, laundress, maid, seam
stress, purchasing agent, nurse
maid, chauffeur, decorator,
hostess Why, I think ID send
my husband to that nice CML
man for insurance on me!"
For information on "wife in
surance' let us send you "How
Uuch is Your Worth?-
m jmnpwniM "nrm
Suite 707
Lincoln Building
Mutual life
dent faculty couple from the
Dr. Esquenazl said that
while some scholarship as
sistance may become avail
able for travel, students must
assume responsibility for all
expenses for the year, ex
pected to be approximately
Graduates from the Mid
west Institute for Young
Adults: Rodney Carnagey,
Arv4 Eggen, Gene W. Grab-
enstein, Jerry Gronquist,
Robert L. Harvey, Mrs. Jan
ice Krohn, Robert L. Morgan,
Marilynn Musil, Carolyn Mu
sil, Dale Rocker, Dean
Schow, Larry Thompson, Sid
ney S. Terhune, and Diane
Sciences from Lincoln, to Bob
Degenhardt, Alpha Tau Ome
ga sophomore in Engineering
from Lincoln.
Linda Schuldeis from Lin
coln, to Doug Downs, Farm
house junior in Agriculture
from Hershey.
Sue Hardin, Delta Gamma
senior in Teachers from Lin
coln, to Larry Wood, Phi
Delta Theta alum from Lin
coln. Kay Hoff, Fedde Hall sen
ior in agriculture from Wau
neta to Ronald Keith Christ
enson, grad in agriculture
from Aurora.
Mary Jayne Amend, Towne
Club junior in Teachers, to
Don Endorf from Western.
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Gifts I
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H A---- Christmas." Simply send cou-
M Christmas." Simply phone or g
9 rP in on cse from our
f " Holiday Slipper Collection ... 6
2 ' styles from 5.95 up. W
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It Creme Glove Leather, 9
'4"" ing, soft sole. M
f'k Genuine hand-fumed,
I N. hond-stoined Soddle
NXW. Leather, podded
the same as that for a school
year in Nebraska.
The special program at El
Colegio begins the second
week In July 1963, to Nov.
30th. Another semester be
gins the first Monday in Feb
ruary and ends the third
week in June.
Interested students in Ne
braska should contact either
Dr. Esquenazi-Mayo, Dr.
James C. Olson, chairman of
the department of history, or
Dr. Harry L. Weaver, foreign
student adviser, all of the
UNSEA meeting, 7 p.m.,
Student Union Pan American
room. The topic is "What
NSEA Does For You." Speak
er is Executive Secretary
John Lynch.
NEERS, student section meet
ing at 7 p.m., 206 Richards
Hall. An NASA Film, "Mas
tery of Space" will be shown.
ing, 7 p.m., 345 Student Union,
W. P. Thornton will speak.
NU MEDS meeting, 7:30
p.m., student union small
auditorium. Dr. L. J. Gogela
will talk and show X-Rays on
the topic of neurosurgery.
7- p.m., Phi Kappa Psi
house. All male pledge class
es invited.
Three, Two, One, Zero", Stu
dent Union small auditorium,
4:30 p.m.
LAMBDA TAU meeting, 7
p.m., student union. Dr. lai-
glehart will speak on bacteri
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Dean Pfotcs
Public Image
Of Sororities
"We don't realize that pub
lic relations are the sum to
tal of what we say and what
we do," Frank Haligren, as
sociate dean of the Division of
Student Affairs told Panhel
lenic Monday.
Talking to the sorority
presidents, Panhellenic dele
gates and publicity chair
men, Dean Haligren said that
at different times with differ
ent groups people act dif
ferently. He said that the sorority
image is conveyed by the
alumnae, faculty members,
housewives, cooks and bus
boys. These people give ideas
to others on what they see
and thus the sorority image
is formed in the eyes of out
siders. Dean Haligren told Panhel
lenic that he believes the gen
eral public is misinformed on
He said that greeks can
help their public image by
recognizing that a group's
public relations are based on
what it actually is.
To help improve the public
image of sororities, the Dean
told the delegates that they
must be sure their programs
are in keeping with their
goals and amis.
The dean cautioned the
women against being smug
because their ideals are noble
and present activities are a
success. "There is no indica
tion that these things will re
main so," he added.
Dean Haligren concluded by
saying that sorority women
should be careful what sub
jects they place emphasis on
when talking to outsiders.
In the business .meeting,
Panhellenic gave individual
voice consent on the Inno
cents questionnaire concern
ing joint house Homecoming
displays. .
Some of the d e l e g a t e s
thought the entry fee was
high. General comment also
favored announcing names of
the display judges previous to
the judging and the criteria
the displays are judged on.
Some of the delegates also
expressed a desire for small
and large house divisions in
the joint division.
Panhellenic unanimously
passed a motion by C a r 1 a
Tortora that the organization
actively support and partici
pate in the Senators Program.
Jeanne Carlson announced
that Independent Women's
Association Council and Jun
ior Panhellenic will attend the
Panhellenic Christmas Party
next Monday.
Yt' neinnrtani find ttM'i rmuh
'o reduce vehicle weiglit
Action: Now under Army test, a Ford-designed glass filament torsion
bar that's lighter, stronger, more flexible than steel
"Looks like you've got something there," the Army Tank
Command said in effect to Ford Motor Company engineers.
"Let's do a feasibility study on tracklaying military vehicles."
The storv beains in 1957 when Ford engineers connived
the idea of a plastic-bonded glass ftement torsioc ar for
vehicle suspension systems. It was a revolutionary departure
from the use of solid steel. It promised dramatic weight
savings in battle tanks, in personnel carriers and other
military vehicles. For example, as much as 1,000 pounds
in medium tanks.
Compared to steel, the tubular-shaped glass filament com
position has greater energy storage potential is stronger
and more flexible under heavy load. It may well prove to be
the automobile suspension material of tomorrow . . . cars
suspended on glass! . '
Another example of engineering leadership at Ford and
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Dedication Planned
Woods Cornerstone
To Be Placed Friday
Cornerstone laying ceremo
nies for the half-million dol
lar Nelle Cochrane Woods
building on the University
city campus will be held at
11 a.m. Friday.
The structure, northwest of
the new Sheldon Memorial
Art Galleries, 12th and R
streets, will house the offices
and classrooms of the art de
partment. The ceremonies will be held
at the south entrance of the
building and in case of bad
weather will be moved in
Speakers will include Uni
versity Regent Dr. Ben N.
Greenberg, Frank Wood, trea
surer of the Wood Charitable
Foundation and son of the
late Nelle Cochrane Woods,
and Prof. Duard Laglng,
chairman of the University's
department of art. Chancel
lor Clifford M. Hardin wiU be
master of ceremonies.
The three-story building,
constructed to harmonize
with the Sheldon Art Gallery,
is being financed in part by a
$250,000 grant to the Universi
ty Foundation by the Woods
The building was named
after Mrs. Nelle Cochrane
Woods, who played an impor
tant role in the growth of
the Nebraska Art Association.
She was a 1893 graduate of
the University and was a
trustee of the NAA tor zi
years. In 1932 she served as
president She died in 1950 at
the age of 80.
Honored guests will uiciuue
members and friends of the
Woods family, trustees of the
Cobs Will Make
'Huskie' Decision
Tassels voted Monday to
give the power of any future
decisions on Huskie the Husk-
er or any future mascot to
the Corn Cobs.
They will re-imburse Corn
Cobs S105. or one-third of the
total, for the purchase of Hus
Diane Armour was chosen
president of Tassels in offic
er elections. Other new offic
ers are: vice president, Linda
Larson: secretary. Marilyn
Keyes; Homecoming chair-
man, Cindy Tinan; ana treas
urer. Sally Wilson.
Officers are chosen by vote
of the group. The treasurer
is chosen from junior Tassels
and all other officers from
senior members.
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Nebraska Art Association,
University Regents, and the
staff of the department of
Contents prepared for inclu
sion in the stone are a bro
chure describing the founda
tion, the photograph of Nelle
Cochrane Woods, a picture of
the present art faculty and a
list of names of the Universi
ty art faculty members
from the founding of
the department, a history
of the Nebraska Art Associa
tion, copy of the agreement
between the Woods Founda
tion and the University, a
photo of the actual corner
stone laying, and newspapers
of the day.
Free Baby-Sitting
Attention faculty and
married students: Free
baby-sitting is being of
fered by the Union Hos
pitality Committee from 2-5
p.m. Sunday during the
Messiah. All children be
tween the ages of two and
eight are welcome. Refresh
ments will be served to the
Far That
Mill Gill
far ALL The
Ilea ta Toar
Life, Set Bate
ht Captains UJalh
Next to Nebraska Union
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Tb American Road. Dearborn, Michigan
Compile Book
University journalism stu
dents compiled, wrote, edited,
and sold advertising J" the
1962 yearbook of the Llnfoln
Ad Club, The Sig, which .as
distributed yesterday.
The club, which stated in
the yearbook that its high
priority item is "education
lor advertising," turned over
the project to the advertis
ing and magazine students.
The students, who worked
under the supervision of Rob
ert Bogue, lecturer in adver
tising, and the late Alan Mar
shall, magazine writing and
editing professor, were:
Advertising Paula Warner,
Pamela Holloway, Lori Bred
eson, Ginger Frazier Jensen
and Jay Azimzadeh.
Writine and Editine Joan
Brown, Bess Day, Dennis
King, Judie waser, xomuee
Hughes, Sue Isaacson, Judi
Lee. Larry Wardell and San
dra Lyster.
The . cover photograph, a
night scene of Lincoln, was
taken by Rosemary Small
wood, also a student at the
Printing, paper and binding
for the book were done gratis
by printers and paper suppli
ers who are members of the
Ad Club.
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