The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 13, 1963, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Monday, May 13 1963
The Daily Nebraskan
Daily Nebraskan Applauds
' New officers of Delta Sig
ma Pi, professional business
fraternity: Dennis Johnson,
president; Robert Failing,
senior vice-president; Randall
Sittler, junior vice-president;
Jerry Johnson, treasurer;
Rick Averill, chancellor; Le
roy Poppe, secretary; Pat
Kennedy, historian.
Ne officers of the Council
of Religion: Don Hanway,
president; Joe Vculek, vice
president; Kathy Robertson,
secretary Bob Lott, trea
surer. New initiates of Phi Delta
Kappa, professional education
fraternity! R. C. Anderson,
James Auld, James Biglin,
Earl Bridgford, John Carlin,
David Converse.
Harry Dedering, Ely Feist-
ner, Robert Florell, Paul Gi
anini, Sedley Hall, D. W. Hol
brook, Jim Huge, Richard
Kimpston, Dean Lusienski,
Joel Meier, Frank Milhollan,
Fred Miner, Edwin Rautio,
Stanley Reiss, Curtis Siemers,
Ward Sims, Floyd Urbach,
William Walker, N e a 1 Sim
merman. New initiates of Orchesis:
Susie Anderstrom, Susie Ay
res, Karlyn Ebner, Susie
Gabus, Marty Greenhow, Judi
Heilig, Linda Ledingham,
Gayle Luff, Sara Rankin, Nan
cy Resler, Billie Smith and
Nancy Durham.
New officers of Young Dem
ocrats: Murray Shaeffer,
president; Marx Ramaekers,
first vice-president; Jim De
mars, second vice-president;
Steve Davis, corresponding
Business Honorary
Presents Awards
The University chapter ofi
Beta Gamma Sigma will rec
ognize five outstanding busi
ness men tomorrow at the
annual awards banquet in the
Student Union.
John Merriam of 0 m a h a,
chairman of the Board of
Northern Natural Gas, will re
ceive an honorary member
ship into the ranking scholas
tic. Merriam was graduated
from the University of Chi
cago in 1925 and the Chicago
Kent College of Xaw in 1930
and has been with Northern
Natural Gas since that time.
He achieved directorship of
the company in 1946, was
made president in 1950, and
has been a board member
since 1960.
He also is a director of the
Chicago Container Corpor
ation, the U.S. National Bank
of Omaha, Bankers Life Co.
of Des Moines, and Fairmont
Foods Corporation.
In addition, five alumni
members of the Nebraska
chapter will be honored in
recognition of the 50th anni
versary of the founding of the
society at the University.
Gerald Phillippe, president
of General Electric Co., will
receive in absentia the covet
ed national Golden Anniver
sary Award of Beta Gamma
Sigma. Only ten members
from all chapters In the na
tion were so honored this
Mr. Phillippe received two
earned degrees from the Uni
versity of Nebraska, a bache
lors in 1932, a masters in
1933 and an Honorary Doctor
of Laws degree in 1960.
Other alumni members
who will be present to receive
their awards are:
J. Kenneth Cozier, presi
dent of Cozier Container Cor
poration, Cleveland, Ohio, a
charter member of the honor
ary fraternity in 1924. He re
ceived his bachelors degree
from the University in 1924;
Dr. Victor Brink, general
manager, Overseas Distribu
tion and Export Supply Oper
ations, Ford International
Group. Dr. Brink who re
ceived his bachelor's and mas
ter's degrees from the Uni
versity and his Ph.D. at Col
umbia has been recently ap
pointed executive associate at
the Columbia Graduate School
of Business.
Forrest Behm Jr., vice
president of Corning Glass
Nathan Gold, chairman of
the Board of Golds of Lincoln.
Mr. Gold is also an honorary
member of Beta Gamma Sigma.
secretary; Larry Ramsey, re
cording secretary; Sandy
Moody, treasurer.
New officers of Agronomy
Club: Norman Choat, presi
dent; Russ Hahn, vice-president;
Roger Christenson,
secretary; Don Oelsligle, trea
surer; Roger Walker, ag exec
utive; Norman Leuenberger,
New initiates of Agronomy
Club: Bob Nichols, Don Svo
boda, Mark Classen, Roger
Hammer, Ron Cacek, John
Turnbull, Joe Beals, Gary
Dornhoff, Bill Luebbe.
IWA Recognizes
Nineteen Women
For Contributions
Nineteen i n d e p e n d ent
women were honored at the
annual Independent Women's
Association (IWA) spring rec
ognition dessert last week at
the University.
Those recognized for high
scholarship were Janice Funk,
Joan Brown, seniors; Carol
Klein, Anne Semin, juniors;
Frances Murdock, Kathleen
Robertson, sochomores: Cher.
ry Wagner, Janet Vavra,
Outstanding in activities
were Kay Anderson, Jane
Price, Judy Polenz, seniors;
Barb Fritchie, Kathryn Voll
mer, Bonnie Wahl, juniors;
Mary Lou Melson, Joan Mc
Guire, sophomores; Janelle
Quarring, Vicki Cline, fresh
men The house scholarship
award was presented to Love
Memorial Hall, Piper Hall
was named second.
Pam Boesiger was named
as outstanding IWA worker
for the 1962-63 school year.
Ticket Sales Open
For Spring Fling
Tickets for the Independent
spring fling will be sold by
Unicorns in the ticket booth
at the entrance to the Union
Crib through this week.
Hours the ticket booth will
be open are: Today, noon to
5 p.m.; tomorrow, 11 a.m. to
4 p.m.; Wednesday, 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Price of the tickets will be
75 cents. ' "
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$1,000 scholarship award to outstanding applicant. Work local
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Hotel Cornhusker
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Howell Theatre
12th & R Sts.
Curtain - 8 P.M.
University Theatre presents Shakespeares
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