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    Wednesday, April 24, 1963
The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Llielem, iorgefisen Get
'Disfnguskd1 Itvards
Dr. Mary Mleienx, profes
sor of secondary education,
and Dr. Theodore Jorgensen,
professor of physics, were re
vealed yesterday as the 1963
recipients of the. University
Fbundaifcm's awards for dis
tinguished teaching.
The awards include a $1,000
stipend and a medallion, pre
sented at the University's
Honor Convocation by Burn
ham Yates, Lincoln " banker
and Foundation vice-president.
Made ammaTly since ISSJ,
tie dlstinssished teaching
awards are based nomin
ations submitted by the vari
r colleges of the Vaiver
tity. - The first woman to receive
the honor. Dr. Mielenz was
cited for "her sincere per
sonal interest in students and
constant deration to the pro
fession of teaching, especial-
Dairy Students Tour
Three States' P.onts j
Nine University dairy stu-3
dents took part in the annual
student dairy tour April 16-38
through Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Iowa. The students visited
outstanding dairy farms and
dairy processing plants in the
three states, according to
Drs. L. K. Crowe and Foster
Owen, members of the NU
Department of Dairy Husban-j
cry, who aocompaaied uie,
students '
ly in her own field, instruc
tion in English."
A native of Columbus, Dr.
Mielenz began her profession
al career as a high school
teacher at Stromsburg in
1322, the same year she re
ceived her Bachelor's degree
from the University. She re
ceived her M.A. from the
University of Chicago and
taught a year at Wayne Slate
Teachers College before join
ing the University in 1338.
She received her Ph.D. at Ne
braska in 1940 and was ele
vated to the rank of full pro
fessor in 1957.
Dr. Jtrreasen was eited for
his ""patience with those sta
deats whose miads fail to
match the fnctsireaess of his
wa. He insists a pa a effort
bat aot apoa the impossible.
He is a man f integrity, hon
or aad abiliQr.'
He first became a teacher
at the University 39 years ago
w hile he w as still an under
graduate. He received his
B A. in 1928 and his M.A. in
1930, both from Nebraska,
and his Ph.D. in 1935 from
Harvard University. .
Jorgensen's research in the
atomic field is widely re
spected. The Atomic Energy
Commission has supported
his resaerch with more than
$100,000 in grants since IMS.
Jorgensen was named faH
professor in 1946,
Hillyer Wins
In Tourney
A University jtfntor, Iinda
Hillyer, won the highest in
dividual rating of all students
from 22 colleges, including
sewn of the Big Ten Schools,
attending the Delta Sigma
Rho district speech tourna
ment at the University of
Michigan this past week end.
She was also among the six
students who won the award
of "Special Distinction."
Another University student,
Kathie Madsen Bayless, rated
among the top 16 students in
the tournament She received
an award of "Distinction."
In the eight-round tourna
ment, individuals competed
against each other rather than
against schools. Analyzing the
topic, "What Should be the
Role of The Federal Govern
ment in Higher Education,"
the students gave a speech of
analysis in the first round;
participated in a round-table
discussion the second round;
a speech of advocacy in the
third; and then were teamed
with students from other col
leges for five rounds of de
rz M B if m If t m ST
They said It couldnl be
done! And it couldn't at Ne
braska, so Miss Janie Tenhul
ten traveled to Drake Univer
sity and snared a Sig Ep pin.
Congratulations from the
staff of the Daily Nebraskan
are extended to Janie.
Jane Tenhulien, Kappa Al
pha Theta junior in Arts and
Sciences from Denison, la. to
Ronald Olson, Sigma Phi
Epsilon in Pre-Law at Drake
3 ft
Kathy Deubelbeiss, Sigma
Kappa alum from Table
Rock, to Marsh Jnrgens, Al
pha Gamma Rho senior in
Agriculture from Minden.
Daw Wohlfarth, Delta Tau
Delta senior in Journalism
sltv i r a m
Manilla, la.
Bo vers, Chi
Omega soph
o m o r e at
K e a r
ney State
Teachers Col
lege from
Mullen to
Mick Hard-Miss Tenhulwa
ing. Alpha Gamma Rho jun
ior m Agriculture from Mullen.
and Sciences from Lincoln to
Michael Hewlett, Theta Xi
senior in Engineering and
Nebraskan Applauds
i Newly elected officers of the
j University Varsity Dairy
Club: Lee Volker, president;
Ron Wilton, vke-president;
j Dennis DeFram, secretary
3 treasurer; Rolen Sell, pro
gram chairman; Kenny Kast,
Ag executive board represen
tative and Dr. L. K. Crowe,
club advisor.
New officers of Alpha Tau
Alpha, national vocational ed
ucation honorary: Larry
j Hammond, president; Keith
Gilster, vice-president; My
; ron Carlson, treasurer;
; George Hermone. news re
porter; Francis Lavicky, ser
I geant-at-arms; Donavon Ben
son, Ag Exec Board repre
j sentative.
j New initiates of Alpha Ep
sDon Chapter of the Rho Chi
Society, national pharmaceu
Itical honor society: Lance
fMikkelsen. William Johnson,
j Ward Copple and Susan Chris
(tensen. 1
The University has been
given $1,090 to continue a
study of a turkey disease
that has been a multi-million
dollar problem to Nebraska's
The Poultry Husbandry
Department accepted the
grant from the Nebraska
Turkey Federation to support
research work aimed at pre
venting blackhead disease m
The money wiS be used by
Dr. T. W. Sullivan, poultry
nutritionist, to further a
study regarding the effect of
drags added to the turkey's
diet to prevent blacsajead.
NU Doctors
To Attend
Dr. Samuel Fuenning and
Dr. Kenneth Rose of Student
Health will be participating
in the program of the Ameri
can College Health Associa
tion in Kansas City, Mo., and
at the University of Kansas.
Dr. Fuenning, director of
Student Health at the Univer
sity, will introduce several of
the speakers at the confer
ence. Dr. Rose has prepared a
scientific exhibit on "Radio
telemetering Electrocardio
graphic Responses in Athlet
ics." There will also be sev
eral other exhibits.
An 'audience discussion on
the ethical relationships of
college health programs will
be conducted by Dr. Fuen
ning. Approximated 500 nersnns
of the conference wffl attend
the sessions. Sectional con
ferences on administration,
athletic medicine, clinical
medicine, . environmental
health and safety, health ed
ucation, mental health, and
nursing services win be held.
from Lincoln to Susie Sanger,
senior at St. Elizabeth's Nurs
ing School from Lincoln.
Sandi Schmltt, sophomore
in English at Ventura College,
Ventura, Calif, to Ed Collett,
grad student in Engineering
from York.
Barbara Crawford, 'junior
in Teachers from Clarinda,
la. to Gary Poo re, sophomore
in Engineering at Clarinda
Community College, Clarinda,
Mary Ann Rydquist, Zeta
Tau Alpha sophomore in
Teachers from Redoak, la. to
Alan Skoog, junior in Agri
culture from Hubbard.
Madene Stearns, junior in
Teachers from Clearwater to
Bob Mason, graduate in Ag
riculture from Seward.
Joanie Chenoweth, Kappa
Kappa Gamma senior in
Teachers from Santa Monica,
Calif, to Roger Meyers, Beta
Theta Pi senior in Arts and
Sciences from Grand Island.
Jane Skinner, Kappa Kappa
Gamma senior in Teachers
from Scottsbluff to Ron Rapp,
Alpha Tau Omega alum in
Business Administration
from South Sioux City.
We are now taking order for Announcement for
the Jane 8 Commencement. The absolute deadline
will he May 15. Order early to avoid disappoint
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