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The Daily Nebraskan
Friday, May 17, 1963
Regents Board Announces
New NU Staff Promotions
Promotion in academic rank
for 89 University of Nebraska
staff members was appr.ved
for rext year by the Board of
COLLEGE OP AGSICTMTRE
At EtMiomks Richard J. Walsh
from assistant lo associate professor.
Ag Ednealien James T. Horner
from assistant to associate professor.
Ac Engineering James O. Picnon
from instructor to assistant professor;
Bertram! R. Somerhalder from assistant
lo associate professor.
AfroMm; Orvin C Burn side from
assistant to associate professor; Virgil
A. Johnson, associate to professor; Paul
J. Mattern, assistant to associate pro
fessor; James H. Williams, Jr., assist
ant to associate professor.
Animal Husbandry LotUs A. Swiger
from assistant to associate professor.
Enlemoleg? Warren T. Atyeo from
assistant to associate professor; Harold
J. Ball, associate professor; Arthur Ri
sen, instructor to assistant professor;
George Mangutz. instructor to assist
ant professor; Kenneth Praess, assist
ant to associate professor; Gerald T
Weekman, assistant to associate profes
Home Ecenetnies Josephine Brooks
from associate to Professor; Donna Dan-
leison, instructor to assistant professor;
Ruth E. Gansborn. assistant to associ
ate professor; ViletU Leite assistant to
Heruenllnre 4k Fsrestrr Walter Bag-
Is from assistant to associate profes-
Gilbert from assistant to associate pro
Electrlral Eoglneerlag Clyde M.
Hyde from associate and. chairman to
professor and chairman; ' Don J. Nel
son, assistant to associate professor; Al
fred H. Witte, Jr., instructor to assist
Engineering Mecaaairt James C.
Wolford from associate to professor;
Lyle . Young, associate to professor.
Mechanical Engineering Loren R
Davidson from instructor to assistant
COLLEGE OF LAW
Dale W. Breeder from associate to
professor: John M. Gradwohl. associate
to professor; Richard Hamsberger, as
sociate to professor; Wallace Rudolph,
assistant to associate professor.
Bernice M. Hetxner from rank of as
sociate to rank of professor; Kathryn
R. Renf ro, rank of associate to rank
of professor; Elizabeth Rubendall. rank
of instructor to rank of assistant pro- land from
fesaor; Tan-ju La V ien, rank of instruc-1 lessor.
tor to rank of assistant professor.
Marion L Gilbert from associate cur
ator of soolocy with rank of instructor
to curator of museum records and as
sociate curator of xoology with rank of
assistant professor; John A. Howe, co
ordinator of planetarium program a
guide service with rank of assistant pro
fessor to curator of division of education
al services with rank of assistant pro
fessor; Karl P. H. Miller, guide and
Planetarium lecturer to assistant cur
ator of division of educational services.
Educational Psychology It Measure
ments Robert W. Filbert from as
sistant to associate professor.
School Administration John L. Kun-
kel from instructor to assistant profes
or; William L. Pilaris, Jr., assistant
(also in elementary education) to asso
ciate professor; Robert E. Mepp,
gistant to associate professor.
secondary Education Willis O More-
associate professor to pro-
Veterinary Science Oliv
from associate to professor.
Northeast Statieu Walter
man tram Instructor to
North Platte Status David M. Daa
irlson from instructor to assistant pro-
ban n. nicss, instructor to as
AsTirasnval Extension Ellsworth H
Benson from instructor to assistant pro
fessor: Larry L. Bitner, agr. ext. as
sistant to asst. ext. agriculturist: George
M. Cammack, agr. ext. assistant to asst.
ext. agriculturist; Esther Chamberlain,
ext. assistant in home economics to
asst ext. home economist; Clyde D.
Clausen, asst. ext. agriuclturist to asso
ciate ext. agriculturist; Richard Flem
ing, asst. professor to associate profes
sor; dark E. Jenson. agr. ext. assist
ant to asst. ext. asrvnlturist; Paul ft.
Johnston, agr. ext assistant to asst. ext.
agriculturist; Anna Kretfeis, assistant
professor to associate professor; Gene
vawe Lawrence, ext. assistant St home
to asst. est. l
Kay H. Leiding, ext.
Bomics lo asst. ext.
Leo Lucas, profes
sor to associate professor; Donrue D.
Miller, agr. ext. assistant lo asst ext.
agrsruttnrist; Franklia L. Morse, agr.
ext. assistant to asst. ext. atricuMunst;
Eaua R. Perry, agr. ext. assistant to
asst. ext agricnJtnrist: Robert F-. Ros
eUe, associate professor to professor:
Core V. Sward, ext. "r? in home
economics to asst. ext. hone economist:
P. Dwaia Trenkie. instrnrtor to assist
ant professor; Dave C. Williams, Jr.
Jxitant to associate professor: John
w limes, agr. ext. -fr to asst
ext. agriculturist; Lord u Young, asst.
sat. acrsaknrtst to tmn- ialt ext. agri
enjranst. COLLEGE OF ARTS acteSCtA
Prestos Balder tram
Accepted by NU
University of Nebraska re
gents Thursday accepted
$484,306 in research and
training grants and fellow
ships received between Mar.
11 and May 8.
Approximately 75 of the
money came from the U.S.
Public Health Service t sup
port research and training
programs conducted by the
Largest of the 43 items ac-
cepted is a $152,743 grant
from USPHS for training of
graduate students at the Ne
braska Psychiatric Institute,!
Omaha? under the direction
of Dr. Cecil L. Wittson of the
department of neurology and
psychiatry during the year
beginning July 1.
Among the other grants:
$11,000 from the Sabin Oral
Sunday Civic Committee, Om
aha, for virus research by
Dr. Harry W .McFadden,
$16,900 from the National
Science Foundation for re
search by Dr. Kenneth P.
Preuss, entomologist, on mi
gration of army cutworms.
$12,000 from USPHS for sup
port of research in influenza
virus by Dr. George V .Kel-j
ley, veterinary scientist. j
$24,500 from the Woods!
Charitable Fund, Inc., for
support of the English Cur
riculum Institute under direc
tion of Professor Frank M.
(Continued from p. 1)
and has been an active mem
ber of Theta Sigma Phi.
"Pam has been the behind
the scenes worker who has
volunteered for various jobs,
such as making posters for
the J-School, and who gets
others to willingly work up to
their own capabilities."
The letter cites her most
important contributions as be
ing to the School of Journal
ism. "She has represented NU
in its most favorable light at
advertising meetings and con
ventions in Lincoln, her home-
town of Grand Island, and in
She is the winner of the!
Edna Obrist Alumnae Award j
lor tne outstanding woman i
student in advertising, the St. j
Louis Advertising Club Col
lege Award and was a par
ticipant in the New York City
College awards program.
"As a member and officer
of Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Pam has been a constant re
minder to other members to
set their goals high and to
reach them. But in attaining
her own goals Pam has al
ways still found time to be
the one to volunteer ... i
ART GALLERY, 10 ajn.to
3 p.m., open house for the
UNIVERSITY THEATER, 8
p.m. "Much Ado About Noth
ing", Howell Memorial Thea
ter. JAZZ 'N JAVA, 4 p.m. North
Terrace, Student Tnion.
ART GALLERY, 12 noon to
5 p.m., open house for the
SKY SHOW, "Fireworks on
the Sun", 2:45 p.m., Ralph
Mueller Planetarium, Morrill
"Much Ado About Nothing,"
8 p.m. Howell Memorial Thea
ART GALLERY, special
open house for the Public, 12
noon to 5 p.m.
SKY SHOW, "Fireworks on
the Sun", 2:30, and 3:45 p.m.,
Ralph Mueller Planetarium,
CERES, transparent wom
an, 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 p.m.,
University Health Galleries,
basement floor, Morrill Hall.
Sig Chi Fraternity;
Will Try Painting;
House In 3 Hours-
Sigma Chi fraternity will;
race with the clock Saturday;
as its .members attempt to
paint a house in three hours.-'
"We chose the home of a
deserving person in Lincoln;
and decided to paint it," said
Tom McGinnis, Sigma Chi
Graduation Near And Need
We have all Makes and Models
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FRED GORGES LINCOLN-MERCURY
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STOP IN AND SEE OUR SAFEBUY CARS
Summer Jobs Now Available
Waiter or Waitress For Interview
Hours: 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Other Positions Available
Evening hours & weekend
Ass't Manager Director
. Nebraska Union
Adm. Office No. in
School from as-
lo natftrialr nrnfeww
Wheeler, to awm isle
EntS Dudley Bailey from
and chairman to profesaoi
chairman; L. Ross Garner from
cute to professor.
hussarr Robert Maaler from
tor to assistant professor; David Trans
tram assistant to associate professor.
MtBaUes Donald W. M liter from
SSKOaat to associate amiur
nsr Kathrya Dean from
ran associate to profesan
emsta. ataman to
Physics Paul GotdJummer from al
joccat. to prmessor; Edgar Praristem
from associate lo professor
roHiieal Science Carl J. Sdtneider !
asnaua atVMNtUhl? 2QQ CBaUCTIBdUl
.SidMsaa BahcJn from
Jerry S. Clots!.
Villain R. Korean from
swmam a asmciaie prunasoi
CWXEC.E Or DfcVTlVIBT
fronliiiaiiL-s Jack M K nadir from
wwaiM to associate profess.
COIU6E Of ETCGtXEiXIWa
A HfTX nn
anrsatrrter bu Canstensca from
associate won law; llnm
PawTOaaga. nwis to associate nrn-
Cncsnifal EssrhMiitn, - gUcnard E.
HAVE YOU DRIVEN A KARP
14TH & CORNHUSKER HIWAY
Korting Track EveIsSay,
To Hold Contest
The Agronomy Club will
hold its annual Soils Contest
tomorrow in 244 Keim Hall.
The contest, which win
start at 8 a.m., is open to J
any student interested in
agronomy who has had
course work in the subject.
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for young travelers
(up lo age 72)
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CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES
rsbyteni. Unite Chnrch of Chmf,
vnwaoficat Unitto' Irarhm A Onciples of Christ)
Atari J. Pickering, Ralph Hoys,
Do-mis W. Potterson, Pastors
930 o.m. Crossroaos Semtnar
10:45 a.m. Corporate Worship .
5:30 p.m. Feltowshio Forum
6:30 p.m. Forum Discussion
ST. MARKS OVTHlvCMPUS
ISM mm R Srs. Ceoroe H. Poek. Vicar
8 30 a m. Hyol Communion
10:30 om. Holy Comrnunion
10:30 o.m. Nursery & Church School
S 0O p.m. EVENING PRAYER
8:00 o m. Tues. Hoy Communion
10 00 om. Thurs. "
7:00 p m. Thurs.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
fTfco Latnersa CWrek Misu-a-i Warfi
ISfb Q Irs. a. J. Noroeti, Ps-rrw
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9:30 am. Warship
11:00 a m. -Worship
' 5:30 p.m. Gomma Deito
ST. THOMAS AOITNAS CHURCH
Kg-rswlic Ss-4-rat Center) 16fk , -Q- $rs.
Robert f Sheeky, J. Row'ey Meyers,
Thorna-i M. Puclrk, Chopians
Masses: 8 OO a.m., 9:30 pm,
ll:0O am., 12:15 pm.
SoturtJoy Confessions: 4-30-5-30 pm.
7:30-8 30 p m.
Cir-irWr PmmUem, AoVaor Peny 4Vora Cnapssis)
Wets a Nona First M-rn-nny, Msntnty
Frtooy 7:30 p.m. Youth Meeting
Soruraoy: 9 30 Saobarfi School
SCuroov: 11:00 Worshio
Cals.no Vitr Clsarck, 40 IS f. 439rk St.
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- BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
ArMm l Stoikea. Pastor
N. M. hrMT, Dlractor of Sr-aent Work
9:30 a.m. Bible Study
10:45 o.m. Morning Worship
e:00 p.m. Feliomhip Hour
7:00 pm. Evening Worship
8:00 p.m. After-Church Fellowship
First Baptist Church
14 th & K Srs.
(Mstboaist) 40 No. let St.
Dnana HntcMmon, Miftnter
C Riebant Morris, lay Associate
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10.00 a.m. Morning Worship, followed
11:00 o.m. Morning Worship
5:00 pm. Fe'knnhip Supper
5:45 P. Mi General Forum
7:00 P-M. Vespers & Stuoents Groups
' 8:00 p.m. Seminors
LUTHERAN STUDENT FOUNDATION
(National Urrkoraa Coancnl SIS Na. ion
Ahia Petersen, Pester Swam JocobsM, Assist sat.
10.30 a.m. Worship
11:30 a.m. Discussion
5:30 p.m. Lutheran Student Association
MIDWEEK WED., 7 00 p m.
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THE FAST PACE OF LIFE
of the U S A.
Over 60 cititt
in 10 stales
You'll find lots of people concerned about the
tempo of life today. But most of them simply catch
a breath when they can, and try to keep up with
There i Komethin more important!
The winner trains . , . and plans his race. He may
lag: behind for a while, but he is confident of'hidden
resources. When others have burned up their enerjry
and enthusiasm, he forces to the front. As they
wilt in the home stretch, he sprints across the
The Church can help you train . . . and plant
A Christian is concerned with his own spiritual
stamina rather than the fast pace of life. He is
ready with hidden resources when the moment of
challenge comes. '
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