The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 20, 1963, Image 1

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piled the top scholastic aver
age, 6.554, among organized
houses on campus last semes
ter. FarmHouse and Kappa Al
pha Theta again led the Greek
houses. According to figures
released by the Division of
Student Affairs, the Thetas
were the top sorority for the
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DEAN ROSS SETS PACE-G. Robert Ross, vice
chancellor of student affairs, carries on an Innocents
Society tradition by buying the first ticket and beanie
for the society's dance from Bill Gunlicks. The dance is
slated for tonight at 8 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.
Tradition has it at the University that all freshman must
wear beanies until Nebraska wins its first football game
or until the snow flies.
YWCA Freshman Camp
Registrations Due Sept. 25
The Freshman Camp regis
tration deadline has been ex
tended to next Wednesday,
Sept. 25, campus YWCA Di
rector Betty Gabehart has
announced. Students may reg
ister and pay their fee of $13
in room 335B of the Nebraska
Union, she said.
The camp, a weekend re
treat sponsored by the cam
pus YWCA, will be held at
Camp Kitaki beginning Fri
day evening, September 27,
and continuing through Sun
day afternoon, September 29.
The seventy freshmen, 35
men and 35 women, who at
tend will have the opportunity
to formulate their thoughts
and ideas concerning their
roles in the University and in
later life.
Judy Keys, chairman, said,
"the camp is designed to
open new areas of interest
and to provide a new start for
a freshman on his way to a
clearer understanding of him
self and the world around
Four members of the Uni
versity's faculty will speak
about campus and academic
life and will present challeng
ing and controversial ideas
which may provide the basis
with which to begin a discus
sion, Miss Keys said.
The speakers are: G. Rob
ert Ross, dean of student af
fairs; Dr. Alan Pickering,
university pastor, Christian
Churches; Dr. Robert Hough,
associate professor of englishj
and Dr. Robert N. Manley,
instructor in history.
There will be discussion
o o o
Weekend weather in the
Lincoln vicinity will be partly
cloudy with occassional show
ers or thunderstorms. The
highs should range around 75.
tenth consecutive semester
with an, average of 6.357 and
FarmHouse led the fraterni
ties for the twenty-first con
secutive semester with a 6.319
Other averages:
All University average
All male average 5.345
All female average 5.880
All fraternity average 5.383
All sorority average 5.653
groups in areas of prime im
portance to the freshman as
a college student and as an
adult. Each of the groups will
follow up on the ideas pre
sented by the speakers and
will be led by an upperclass
Some of the topics that will
be discussed are: the proper
relationships between activi
ties and scholarship; the mor
al and social standards ac
ceptable to self and society;
the values and goals for one's
life; and the individual versus
group pressures.
The upperclassmen who
have been chosen to act as
counselors and discussion
leaders are Ann Barger, Bill
Buckley, Linda Cleveland,
Kathy Comrners, Lynn Corco
ran, Frank Davey, Gary Po
korny, Cindy Tinan, and Ann
Alum Head Takes
Full-Time Chores
George Bastian of Lincoln,
president of the University
Alumni Association last year,
will take over the administra
tive reins of the organization
on a full-time basis, effective
Announcement ofhis selec
tion to succeed Arnold Manu
son who resigned as Alumni
Association Secretary was
made by Milton Ebers, presi
dent of the association.
For 19 years Bastian was
associated with the Stuart
Investment Company of Lin
coln. He was named execu
tive vice president there in
1949 and resigned from the
firm on July 1 this year.
He is a member of the
trust advisory committee of
the National Bank of Com
merce, Trust and Savings,
Lincoln; vice president of the
Board of Trustees, Bryan
Memorial Hospital; and a di
rector of the Standard Reli
ance Insurance Company,
Lincoln. He is a member of
rhi Delta Theta fraternity.
Group One Average
Above 6.5000
Love Memorial Hall
Group II Average From
6.000 To 6.499
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Phi
Chi Omega
Delta Delta Delta
Elsie Ford Piper Hall
Gamma Phi Beta
The Daily Nebraskan
Dr. J. Winston Martin has
replaced Frank M. Hallgren
as associate dean of Student
Hallgren was recently ap
pointed director of the Place
ment Division.
Dr. Martin came to the
University from Washington
State University, where he
has been assistant dean of
men since 1958. Previous to
his job there, Martin was ad
ministrative assistant to the
dean of students at University
of Missouri and associate
secretary of Missouri Uni
versity's YMCA.
When questioned as to the
purpose of the Student Affairs
division, Dr. Martin said one
of its main goals is to help
the student get the most out
of his education and at the
same time make him aware
of the work of which he is
Miss Rush'
To Be Picked
This year, for the first time,
the University will have a
Miss Rush Week.
She will be v chosen from
pledge class representatives
from each sorority, and the
winner will be announced at
the Sigma Phi Epsilon park
ing lot hop Saturday night.
The girls will be judged on
complexion, posture, personal
care, taste in clothing, pro
jection, poise, and personal
ity. Judges are Mrs. Fred
Wells, Mrs. Eleanor Crosier,
Frank Halgren, director of
placement and Robert Gib
son, dean of the College of
The candidates are: Jenny
Freeman, Alpha Chi Omega;
Marilyn Carlton, Alpha Delta
Pi; Candy Sasso, Alpha Omi
cron Pi; Diane Smith, Alpha
Phi; Elain Thomas, Alpha Xi
Delta; Janet Connell, Chi
Omega; Tori Haynes, Delta
Delta Delta; Candy Wheeler,
Delta Gamma ; Barb Pflaster
er, Gamma Phi Beta; Barb
Smith, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Jane Walla, Kappa Delta;
Robyn Brock, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Diane Focht, Pi
Beta Phi; Kathryn Roer
kasse; Sigma Kappa, and Ro
berta Layton; Zeta Tau Alpha.
Kivett Replaces
Dr. Aeschbacher
Marvin Kivett has replaced
Dr. W. L. Aeschbacher as
director of the Nebraska State
Historical Society. Aesch
bacher resigned to become
director of the Eisenhower
Library in Abiline, Kansas.
Kivett, a native Nebraskan,
has been museum director of
the society since 1949. Pre
viously, he worked with the
Smithsonian Institute in Wash
ington, D. C.
A University graduate, Kiv
ett has a masters degree in
anthropology. He has eon-
ducted archeological and his
torical research in Nebraska.
He has written articles on
the prehistoric inhabitants of
the plains area.
Pre-Game Rally
Set For Tonight
The pep rally for the South
Dakota game will be held at
6:30 tonight on the north steps
of the Union. The entire foot
ball team and Coach Devaney
and the board will be present.
Speakers will include De
vaney, game co-captains John
Kirby and Dennis Clairidge
and Vice Chancellor Adam
Breckenridge. Cheerleaders
and pom-pom girls will be
Kappa Alpha Theta
Pi Beta Phi
Selleck House
Sigma Delta Tau
Zeta Tau Alpha
Group III Averages From
5.500 To 5.999
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Gamma Rho
Alpha Xi Delta
Andrews House
MU Gets $21
Senior Staff Writer
The University will have an
operating budget of $21,
007,800 for the 1963-64 fiscal
Based on appropriations
made by the legislature and
approved by the Board of Re
gents, the new budget exceeds
last year's total by $1,626,833.
For the biennium, 1963-65,
the University requested $36,
991,987 from Khe state's gen
eral fund. The legislature ap
propriated $31.6 m i 1 1 i o n, a
$5.4 million cut.
Of this year total available
funds, $15.4 million comes
from the general fund, $2.8
million from 'student tuition
and $1.85 million from federal
sources. Miscellaneous sour
ces make up the balance.
Dr. Joseph Soshnik, vice
chancellor for business and
finance, explained that the
new budget is designed to ac
complish these major aims:
Permit salary increases
for faculty, administrative
personnel and other em
ployees within limits set by
the legislature.
lacey Will Head
'Nebraskan' Staff
Gary Lacey, a Scottsbluff
senior majoring in journalism,
has been named editor of the
Daily Nebraskan for this sem
ester. Lacey, a member of Delta
Tau Delta, has previously
s e r v e d as managing editor,
copy editor and staff writer
for the Daily Nebraskan.
John Morris, a McCook sen
ior will serve as managing ed
itor. Morris is a member of
Alpha Tau Omega, a journal
ism major and was news edi
tor last semester. .
Sue Hovik from Sioux Falls,
S.D. will serve as news edi
tor. Miss Hovik is a senior
majoring in journalism and is
a member of Pi Beta Phi.
Mick Rood, a sophomore
from Bellevue, will be sports
editor and Larry Asm an, a
Lincoln sophomore, will serve
as assistant sports editor.
Marv McNeff , a junior from
WHIZ THROUGH FORMALITIES Before entering the full swing of campus life, Dick
Owen, junior, and Bobbi Hamsa, sophomore, take care of the technicalities of becom
ing a registered student of the University. With the recently installed system of pre
registration, most students find that registration, takes at the most one short half hour.
Benton House
Beta Theta Pi
Burnett House
Capital II
Fairfield House
Fedde Hall
Heppner Hall
Hitchcock House
Kappa Delta
Kappa Sigma
Love Hall
Phi Delta Theta
Friday, September 20, 1963
Provide funds to serve en
rollment increases.
Provide increased support
for University libraries.
Provide five new full-time
teachers at the College of
Strengthen the teaching
staff of the College of Den
tistry, primarily through con
version of part-time positions
to full-time.
Increase support of the
University Hospital to permit
addition of 25 or 30 new teach
ing beds during the biennium.
Continue the vegetable
crop research program pre
viously budgeted in the State
Department of Agriculture.
Accelerate the ground wa
ter study work of the Division
of Conservation and Survey.
Dr. Soshnik said the budg
et follows the general recom
mendations the legislature ac
cepted from its budget com
mittee early in July and that
as It "low stands, the Univer
sity budget is closely com
parable to the detailed esti
mates included in a letter the
University received from the
chairman of the legislative
Fullerton, has been named
ag news editor.
Arnie G a r s o n and Patty
Knapp, both from Lincoln,
will serve as copy editors.
Senior staff writers will be
Grant Peterson, Gothenburg;
Susie Smithberger, Stanton,
and Steve Sydow, Omaha.
Gary Miller, St. Joseph,
Mo., Shari Johnson, Lincoln,
and Frank Partsch, St. Paul,
will serve as junior staff writ
ers. The photographer will be
Hal Foster from Bellevue.
John Zeilimger from York
will serve as business man
ager for the third consecutive
semester. Bob Cunningham,
Lincoln; Bill Gunlicks, Kear
ney; and Pete Lage, Omaha
have been named assistant
business managers.
The circulation manager
will be Mike Jeffrey, Lincoln
and the subscription manager
will be Jim Dick, also from
Raymond Hall,
Selleck Quadrangle
Sigma Kappa
But Hall B. (Smith House)
Terrace Hall
Theta Xi
Towne Club
Group IV Average From
5.000 To 5.499
Ag Men's Club
Alpha Gamma Sigma
Alpha Tau Omega
Beta Sigma Psi
Bessey House
Burr Hall C (Kiesselback
Burr Hall East
Canfield House
Capital I
Chi Phi
Cornhusker Co-op
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Burr Hall A (Gooding House)
budget committee after the
close of the session.
The budget, he said, con
forms precisely to the legis
lature's earmarking of funds
for vegetable crop research
to be done by the Agricultur
al Experiment Stations and
for the ground water and oth
er work of the Division of
Conservation and Survey.
Faculty salary increases in
the budget, Dr. Soshnik said,
were made on a merit basis,
not across the board. Accord
ing to the legislature's budg
et committee, salary increas
es averaged about 7.
Major building projects for
Budget Comparison
New Budget
General Administration 218,240
Student Services 390,732
Institutional Costs ; 6321023
Staff Benefits 1,144,616
Instruction and Departmental Research:
College of Agriculture ... 778,559
College of Arts and Sciences 3,876,039
College of Business Admin. 376,061
College of Dentistry 292,370
College of Engineering and Arch 778,438
Grad. Coll. Adman.; Grad. Sen. of Soc. Wk 130,435
College of Law 152.430
Coll.of Medicine Sch. of Nursing .... 964.810
College of Pharmacy 97,686
Teachers College 805,611
Summer Sessions 468,746
Other 61,974
Activities Relating to Instruction 187, LiO
Research and Public Service:
Agricultural Experiment Stations 2,159,642
Agricultural Extension Service 2,34 1.875
Bureau of Business Research 39,641
Conservation and Survey Dtvn 124,800
Nebr. School of Agri.-Curtis 222,611
Research Admin., Computing Center,
and Research Council 184,730
University Extension Division 191.315
University Hospital 1,696,588
University Museums 114,595
University Television 129, 8
Other 3,050
University Libraries 737,035
Operation and Maintenance of
Physical Plant:
Building k Grounds operation 1.131,693
Equipment it Improvements 43,865
Student Aid 330,660
TOTAL 121.007.800
Hardin Tells New Students
To Be Proud Of University
A record-breaking Univer
sity freshman class of 3,000
received an assignment
Wednesday morning from
Chancellor Clifford M. Har
din: "Be proud of your Uni
versity." The new students gathered
in the Coliseum to begin a
round of orientation activities
which continued throughout
the week.
"Successful people," Chan
cellor Hardin said, "usually
have great pride in the organ
izations with which they are
"Each of you intends to be
a successful student at the
University and most of you
Gustavson House
MacLean House
Manatt House
Pioneer House, Inc.
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Kappa Psi
Seaton House II
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Mu
Sigma Chi
Sigma Nu
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Theta Chi
Group V Averages From
4.500 To 4.999
Brown Palace, Inc.
Delta Upsilon
Pi Kappa Phi
Seaton House I
Trenton House
Group VI Average From
4.000 To 4.499
Avery House
Kellogg Center
1345 R Street
which the legislature approp
riated funds included $2.5 mil
lion for expanding and im
proving University Hospital at
the College of Medicine in
Omaha. If matched by fed
eral funds, the College of Den
tistry will receive $1.75 mil
lion. Chances for federal match
ing, both on the Dentistry and
Hospital projects seem good.
Last week Congress passed
necessary basic legislation to
provide federal funds. ; .
An additional $1.5 million
was provided for construction
and equipment of a new mu
sic . building, while $650,000
was made available for an
animal husbandry laboratory.
Under or
Over 'SS-'SS
$ 5,630
1 5i040
tl .626,833
will be so be proud of your
Cornhusker affiliation," he
The Chancellor said the Uni
versity rates the 1963 fresh
man class as the best pre
pared group it has received
and predicted that a record
proportion of it will earn
The prediction is based on
the improved preparation be
ing given by high schools, on
the high scholastic standing of
entering freshmen, on greater
student determination to stay
in school, and on the "Uni
versity's continuing policy to
do all we can to help yon
succeed", he said.
Remarking that many peo
ple regard the near-at-hand as
common place and glorify the
distant about which they know
less the Chancellor said, "I
hasten to report to you that
the University is a distin
guished institution of higher
He pointed out that it has
long been affiliated with the
Association of American Uni
versities, an elite ' academic
society composed of 41 of the
nation's high-ranking colleges
and universities.
Navy Information
Offered in Booth
The Navy ROTC Depart
ment provided a general in
formation booth for new stu
dents in the main lobby of the
Student Union during New
Student Week.
The display, which was
staffed by upperclass mem
bers of the Navy ROTC pro
gram, also offered a booklet
on the Navy ROTC contract
program for freshmen.