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Tuesday, February 11, 1964
Page 4
The Daily Nebraskan
Students At Winter Park
or Mid-Semester Sluing
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The University conferred
baccalaureate and advanced
degrees upon 415 graduates
Saturday, Feb. 8, at the mid
year commencement exer
Honorary Doctor of Law
degrees were awarded to
Percy C. Spencer, chairman
of the board, Sinclair Oil Co.
New York City and Dr.
Wayne 0. Reed, deputy com
missioner, U.S. Office of Edu
cation, Washington, D C. Hen
ry F. Klosterman received
the Nebraska Builder Award,
Gary Dean Klussman and
Judith Jeanette Johnson
graduate with "high distinc
Chancellor Clifford M. Har
din, presided at the cere
mony and Dr. Adam C,
Breckenridge, vice chancel
lor and dean of faculties was
master of ceremonies. Chap
lain was the Rev. Alan Pick-
ering of the United Campus
Christian Fellowship.
Those receivinug degree
Designates wttk liirt distiwtto.
Designees with distinction.
College of Agriculture
and Home Economics
Ttsrlrflor f Srince Hi Arrfrvtara
Arthnr E. Anderson m, Ono
Donald G. Blwtis, Pswne City
Jerry W. Carter, St, Edward
James R. Chromy, Ceresea
Gary R. Condon, Anrora
Csr'tno G. Davis. Black River, Jamaica.
Lanny R. ppnster, Bradshaw
l.vle H. Hermance, Lincoln
George E. Hermone, Davey
IsTd R, Howe, lsvM City
IVan R. Jacobs, StaMetmrst
Harry R. James, Holdre
Marshall H. Jursens. Minden.
James R. Lee, Valentine
Gal H. Marsh, Salem
Thomas O. Milligan. Hooper
Robert 3. Olsen, Venango
Arnold E. Otten, Pilger
Sam T. Schrock ID. HoMres
Taniel E. Stiffler, Louisville
Ralph W. Tolman, Wayne
Jerry S. Vande Berg, Watertewn, S IX
Thomas H Wake III. Sewart
Gene D. Weil age, Crete
Donald A. West. Oconte
Glen A. Wiens, Ayr
Billy M. Williams, Clarks
Charles R. Williams. Ainsworth
I. Merold Yates, Lerkpwt, DL
Pale D. Yost, Harvard
Barhelor of Science hi Hems Ecmstak-t
Carol S. Crawford, Seneca
Harriet J. George, Aurora
Karen J. Leach Harsh, Ord
Patricia A. Lindquist, Wahoo
Mary Berck Mangelsen, Osceola
Mat jorie A. Miller, Mullen
Jean Schumacher, ebraska City
Martina Ren Shaneyfelt, Lyndoaville, N.Y.
Ruth Penningtoa Spencer, Wauneta
-Bettye Decatur Thompson, Dallas, Tex.
Frances Van Eaton Wightman, Llnoohi
Marilyn Woore Williams, Ainswortk
Nancy L. Wray, O'Neill
College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor f A Ha
Mary A. Behlen, Columbus
Ted J. Bieserstaff, Aabura
Roberta J. Cole, Kearney
Sally Wick Dale, Lincoln
Bess E. Day, Aurora.
H. Roger Dodson, Vehswka
Gunars J. TVtmbrovskis, Lincoln
Michael L. Finigan, Lincoln.
James O. Forrest II, Omaha
Benny F. Hall, Lincoln
Judith A. Harrington, Lincoln
Kent R. Hildreth, Churdan, la.
Kenneth A. Hilton, Cambridge
Tomi'se A. Hughes, Norfolk
Barbara G. Johnson, Loom is
Patricia L. Kinney, Lincoln
Dale A. Laurltzen, Neligh
Jerry Lelchook, Sioux City, la,
Patrick D .Manrose, BeUevue
Robert L. McCaU, Lincoln
H. Duame MoCormick, 8prinvlew
Frederick D. McEvay, North Piatt
Thomas R. McMahon HI, Wnhoo
Dennis Emmptt O'Brien, Lincoln
George A. Peterson, Loop City
Janet X. Sack, Beatrice
Janice Bree Schepmao, Lincoln
Karlene K Senf, plattsmooth
David S. Steinbruegge, Lincola
Susaa A. Stewart, Scottsbluff
Dixie L. Teebken, Waterioe
Rogert L. Wait, Lincoln
John S. Wand, Needham, Mass.
Dean A. Weiss, Lincoln
Joseph Whittaker, Norfolk. Va.
Ann O'Connor Williams, ScottsbluB
Dave C. Wohlfarth, Lincoln
Bacneier ol Fin Arts
Linda 3. Ash, Lincoln
Roger L. Meisenbach, Beatrice
Muth 8. Williams, Lincoln
Bachelor of Science
Felix V. Aburime. Ilwessan, Jiigeri
Harold M. Barnhart Jr., Brock
Wilbur L. Bcnta, Waverty
Thomas D. Calder, Lincoui
Roger E. Casey, Oconto
James R. Daifer, Lebanon
Pamela Had Davis, Lincoln
Joel F. Huk'hins, Lincoln
Richard R. Kistler. Hasting
Peter A. Maiurak, Lincoln
Richard K. Miles, Lincoln
Beula Cat Mjyer, Omaha
Neil H. Munderloh, Sidney
Roxane V Morris. Beemer
John E. Peterson. Loup City
Mary F. Pusatri. Lincoln
Elmer E. Takenishi, Honolulu, Rawed
Bruoe O. TohiU. Omaha.
College of Business
Bachelor of tlclenee In
Business Administratis
Richard L. Anders, Mullen
James. J. Amdt, Pierne
Alden L, Bass. Lincoln
Stanley J. Bednar Jr.. Blab
Larry W. Berber. Omaha
Robert L. Billesbach, North PltBt
Ernest R BonisthJl, Lukevtom. N.Y.
Kenneth D. Borrett Jr., Lincoui
Charle W. Campbell, Lincoui
Dwain C Carlson, Fullerton
Ronald L. Coleman, Oakland
Robeit J. Eaton, Fremont
Jame A. Fisher, Tobias
Norman R. Foreman. Grand Island
Gary R. Fries. Lincoln
Roy A. Gabel, Scottsbluff
Richard R. Gerei-man, Hastings
Kenneth L. Grehenick, Schuyler
WiUiam G. Greaury. Tabor, la.
Phi Eta Sigma Grants
Available To Seniors
Graduating seniors who
plan to work for graduate de-
grees and who are members
of Phi Eta Sigma, freshmen
honor society, should get in
touch with Leslie Hewes, fac
ulty adviser of the Nebraska
chapter, at 103 Geography
"building concerning scholar
ships. The National Phi Eta Sig
ma fraternity offers two $300
scholarships each year on the
basis of the student's schol
astic record, evidence of cre
ative ability, evidence of fi-
nanrial need, premise of suc
cess in chosen field and per
sonality. Deadline for applications is
Feb. 21
Douglas L. Haefle, Hackettatown, N J.
Gerald L. Hansen, scnoner
David L. Havel, Bellevue
Gary E. Hruhy, Omaha
James V. Jacobson, Norfolk
Sterlint R. Kosmicke, Bridgeport
James D. Kranti, Bayard
Anthony F. Kroenke, Columbus
Robert L, Kuhn. Hastings
Jon L. LawTilson, Lincoln
John M. Lets, Fremont
Eugene E. Lent, Ord
Dale D. Marschman, Daykin
Robert R. McMaster, Lincoln
Carroll W. Mount, Northport
Kenneth D. Neujahr, Seward
Samuel F. Nichols. Beatrice
Stephen B. North, Chadroa
Donald J. Olsen, Alliance
John M. Olson, Lincoln
Jeffrey L. Orr, North Piatt
Dick D. Pelham, Beatrice
Jack F. Pittman, Columbus
William C. Plains. Dentoa
John F. Range, Lincoln
Murray E. Ross, Aurora
William B. Schenck, Washington, D.C.
Donald L. Schindel, Aurora, ul.
George T. Simmons HI, Lincoln
DonaM G. Stevenson, Steettoa, Fa.
Harold W. Tappe, Norfolk
Larry L. Thomas, Lincoln
James R. Trester, Omaha
Richard A. Whitcomb. Columbus
John D. Whited, Albion
William W Wright, Sun City. Calif.
Richard K. Young, Lincoln
Warren B. Young, Sargent
College of Engineering
and Architecture
Bachelor of Architertar
Samuel A. Sloan, North Platte
Bachelor of Science la
Agrlrnltaral F.nginerinf
Adelbert H. Leavitt, North Platte
Bachelor of Science hi
Chemical Engineering
Gary R. Fleischmann, Lincoln
Frank W. Rice, Bridgeport
Bachelor of Science
hi Civil Engineering
Daniel A. Classen, Omaha
Charles A. Coons, Omaha
James L. Fowler. Albion
Lavelle L. Ftanu, Holmesvffl
Lee N. Gustafson, Lincoln
Ranald R. Havekost, Hooper
Gerald R. Henderson, Minooka, m.
Ronald L. Krafka, Waboo
George H. Kranre, McCook
Kenneth G. Loebke, St. Libory
Ido E. pistelli, Greenwich, Conn.
John C. Sohreiner. Lincoln
Kenneth L. Seeman. HoWrege
Dennis D. Smith. Superior
Rameshchandra Solanki, Bombay, India
Gene L. Spence, Stanton
James J. esely. wilber
Bachelor of Science hi
Electrical Engineering.
Dale E. Anderson, Omaha
Jamil V Ayoub, Irbid. Jordan
Ahsan V. Baqai, Karachi. Pakistaa
lJirrj' N. Bay, North Platte
Fay E. Blair. Chambers
Ronald D. Blenis, Hemet, Calif.
Jerald J. Brandenburg, Fairburr
BUI J. Caldwell. Omaha
Orville D. Dodd, Gothenborg
navMi o. rairchiid, North Piatt
Robert E. Healey, Lincoln
Dean A. Hofer, Mitchell. S D.
rary D. Klnssman. Lincola
Paul B. Kohl. Cozad
Ste'en C. Lange, Ord
Dean L. Larsen, Omaha
Paul J. Lies. Wood R ver
Patrick J. McDonald. Omaha
John M. Reynolds, Omaha
Elmer D. Sattler, Naper
Marry w. Webb, Grand Island
Barhelor of Science in
Mechanical Engineeriac
James M. Atche, Columbus
Arliss E. Brash. Aberdeen. S.n.
Michael J Csllihan, Col umbos
Raymond C. Ciuba, Columbus
Crald L. Goedert, Sutherland
Kicnani Gottula, LiBoola
.arry L. Grage. Lincoln
Wendell H. Grasz. Lincoln
Jack L. Hershberger, CnlbertsoB
Roger J. Mattsnn, Lincola
George W. Mcachen, Huntington Park,
Rodney H. Ottoman, Fender
Ferdinand R. Pane, Omaha
Louis A. Paska, Omaha
Robert L. Scheffler, Madison
William F. Schula, Wisner
Robert M. Stearley, Gibboa
uuane E. Strandberg. Lincoln
Glenn L. I'rban, Grand Island
Carleton B. Waldrop, Weston, W.Va.
Lewis R. Weick. Falls City
James T. Wilbur, Lincola
College of Law
Bachelor f Laws
Carl C. K opines. Lincola
College of Medicine
Barhelor of Brk-aos ta Medieln
Jerold R. Heelan, Emerson
Barhelor of Science ss Marshal
Carol Johnson Berreckman, Liaoola
Teachers College
Bachelor of Fine Aral la Edocatasa
Gail V. Buehols, Omaha
Ronald G. Watson. Grand Island
Bachelor of Musir la Edurstioa
Nancy Shaffer Peacock, Lincola j
Bachelor of Soieacc hi Edacatloa
Laura J. Abernethy, Lincoln
Enis Alldredee Jr., Scottsbluff
Nancy Eriksea Aaders, MaUaa 1
Norman W. Brown. Lincoln
Robert S. Brown, Cleveland, O.
Jeanette A. Brae, Wither !
Dorothy Williams Bush. Goring 1
Janet Levander Carnes, DeWitt
Virginia S. Chudly. Lincoln
Kevin CoDeran, Spalding
Darrell L. Cooper, Celina, Ten.
Virginia Hagarity Culwell, Linoola
Rixlney G. Davis, Scottsntufl
Larry D. Donelson, Fullertoa
Dewayne C. Eckhof, Hersher
Barbara A. Edward, Lincoln
Thomas A. Ernst, Columbus
Patricia Doyle Eye, Falrbury
Anne Loch Farmer, Lincoln
Sophie Fedorchik. Mitchell
Judy Davis Flanagin, Grand Island
Robert W. Foiw. Oakland
N'ancw Dreessen Fortney, Llaeda
Kenneth A. Fonts Jr., Belleva
Beverly Wallin Franklin. Linoola
Dennis J. Frye, Byron
Marr Jeffrey Grubb. Linoola
Guyla R. Barrisaa. Chadroa
Karen A. Havekost, Hooper
Robert G. Helmsoth, York
Irene A. Hiunchs, York
Ferol Tnotnpsoa Happes, Burwell
Robert B Jones, Hyannis
Betty L. Karle. Grand Island
Marilyn Parks Kent. Lincoln
monte u. Minn. Lexington
Beverly B. Kaauuier, Lincola
Judy A. Kollmoraea, Lincola
Miriam R. Kratina, Ralstoa
Mary A, Leefers, Avoca
Eliea K. Lohaus. O'Neill
Derlen M. Lotl. Fairmont
Linos L. Loekaag, Roldrege
KNUS Staff
Spots Open
Campus Radio KMJS has
openings for students with or
without experience second
semester in the following po
They need: business and ad
vertising personnel, news and
editorial writers, an office
manager, production nti
ager, record librarian, a
sports director, and broad
cast engineer.
Pick up application blanks
at the KNUS studios, 334 Ne
braska Hall, or at the Speech
department office in the Tem
ple building. Final day for
applying will be Friday Feb.
14. For further information
call Lyime Morian, at Uni
versity Extension 2437.
Elols O. Marvel, Arlingtoa, Va.
Gerald A. McCall, fawa City
Harr' V. MeClatn, Parks
Mm E. McKinney, De Motnaa, ta,
Samuel A. McMillan. Mllbum
Marilyn Miller Merrigaa, Uacola
Terry D. Miller, Creighton
Dian C. Moody, Lusk, Wyo.
Donald B. Mjtts. Lincoln
Vance E. Nelson, Bayard
Virgjia L. Panning , Lincoln
Jar4ucline Peterson, Lincola
Anne Miller Piper, Holdreg
Ruan S. Pohlman, Davey
Kay Kant or Pomeranut, Lfnoola
Zane K. Quible, Merriman
Catherine Stuart Schmoker, Lincola
Janet Allen Searl, Omaha
Gwynn G. Sho alter. North Hollywood,
Juliet Rowsey Simpson, Uacola
TVIpha S. Stevens, Mitchell
Sharoa A. Strauss, Lincoln
David L. Theisen, Milwaukee, Wis,
JoAnne Thompson, Bloomfield
Jan L. Wall, Lincoln
Fred W. W ilke Jr., Omaha
Katherine A. Willard, Albion
Judith Johnson Woodward, VaDeF
Darlya R. ZickfeM
Doctor t EdacaHoa
Donald L. A-ila, Uvnwsod, Calif.
George W. Bailey, Believe
Edwin Coen Jr., Denison, la.
William L. Gogan, ScottsMaft
W'Uham J. Ptacek, W shoo
Mauler of FdarsOo
Beverly Kiebarth Ashley, Lincoui
Irene Meltcar Perhy, Bellewt
Paul C. Ginaini, Lincoln
Glenn L. Heideman, Lewistoa
De R. Hickman, Lincola
Robert W. Jeasea, Fremont
Arnold M. Kugler, York
Richard D. Lewis. Millard
Carole A, Matthes, Lincola
Alfred A. Newman Jr., Lancet
Doris Gunter Thiemann, Saitbor. la.
Graduate College
Master of Arts
William C. Andersen, Uncola
Ronald O. Childers, Shawnee, Ok! a,
Thomas F. Crawley, Central Falls, R.l.
Reuben H. Fanders, Council Bluifs. la.
John L. Farrald, Boys Town
Oskar Feichtinger. Lincoln
Wendell P. Frantz, Goehner
LawTenc D. Freemaa. Lincoui ,
flarold L. Gustafson, Oakland
Kenneth W. Haug, Wheaton, DL
Howard S. Izaa. Tulsa, Okla.
Martin F. Koolea, Lincoln
Margaret A. Murphy, Omaha
Gail L. Osnen, Lincoln
University students who
failed to pick up student dis
count cards during second
semester registration may do
so this Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday at the north end
of the Student Union, accord
ing to Bob Kerrey, chairman
of the Student Council welfare
Kerrey said, approximate
ly 6,000 tickets were picked
up, and he encouraged stu
dents to take advantage of
the second distribution this
The discount cards offer
from five to twenty-five per-
I interview Forms
Due For Ag Union
Interviews for Ag Union
program council will be held
Saturday with applications
now available at the Ag Union
program office.
Applications for chairmen
and assistants of the Ag Union
are also available. Interviews
for these positions will be
Feb. 15.
Applications for program
council are due Thursday and
those for chairmen and as
sistants are due Feb. 19.
Applicants should sign up
for interview times in the Ag
Union program office as soon
as possible.
To make this their bank away from home. Cash their checks and open a Corn
husker ThriftiCheck checking account if a bank-connection is needed.
Two bcatkns close to lb Ccnipus to serve yao.
Patio Office, 10th & 40'
John C. Tannahlll, IJncoln
Nobuko Tsukui, Tok-o, Japan
Helen M. Tynar, Weeping Water
James F. Vivian, Cedar Rapids, la.
Perry D. Weddle, Redwood City, Calif.
Huseyin Yalrin, Burdur, Turkey
Zaudneh Yimtata, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Master of Mnsle
Connie L. Hod son. Gothenburg
Marlen M,eyer McPeck, Bertraad
Master a Psychiatric
OceaaalMHisj Therapy
Martha Finch Goll. Kankakee, Di.
Master ef Scleace
Narar Y. N. Ahmed, Baghdad, Iraq
Salih A. Al-Yasiri, Hindis, Iraq
Sarah Moenter Andersen, Fremont
Satya P. Baluia, Delhi, India
Robert B. Bennett, Omaha
Dan R. Blarek, Omaha
David H. Bliss, Lincoln
Norman R. Bray. Mdaa. Saak., Canada
Marillvn J. Caldwell, Lincoln
Edward C. Collett. York
Donald E. Pahlstrom. Woodhull, 01.
Dwight T. Davy. Merna
Jerald A. Dietrich. York
Charles T. Doty, Spencer
Thomas C. Duncan, Scottsbluff
Verne I. Dvorak, Hastings
Ronald W. Gomel. Pawnee City
Surendar K. Goswamy, Gandhi Marc,
Allahabad I, India
Francis M. Green, Louisville
Gene S. Heidemann, Seward
Richard D. Hentzen, Seward
Fa Hua Ho. Tainan, China
James 4. Hossack, Omana
Robert N. Klein, David City
Andns Kleinhofs, Lincoln
Robert L. Lebruska. Kimball
William G. Lace, Beaver Dam, Ky.
McCleda Gortey Maas, Norfolk
Ronald H. McKnight, Cnlbertnoa
IJod G. Miller, Brighton, Com.
Bvong Hoon Moon, Seoul. Korea
Walter W. Mullen Jr., Silver Spring, Md.
Marvin D. Nelsn. Lincola
Pan! H. Nielsen, Westers
Lemoyne E. Ott, Pilger
Ranch hod ji K Patel, Bntvada Sunt, India
Roberta R. Petelle, Shaftsbnry, Vt .
ChUlapalli S. Rao, Visakhapatuam, India
Ijtwrence E. Reynolds, Lincoui
Ryron G. Richard, Venango
George L. Rolofson, Lincoln
Reena G. Roy, Bchar, India
Edwin C. Schuett Jr., Cairo
Jagjit Singh. New Delhi, India
Gordo R. Sloggett, McCook
Kenneth R. Snyder, Troy, N.Y.
Stephea J Sommer, Lincoln
Jerome L. South worth, Anrora, Ind.
Ga,vle D. Starr. Edgar
Discount Cards
cent discounts on merchan
dise and services offered by
twelve Lincoln businesses.
The local merchants who are
Speedway Motors, 1719 N
Street; Hertz Rent-A-Car,
1017 Q Street: Ben Your
Hairdresser; Model Cleaners
& Laundry, 239 North 14th;
Montgomery Ward. Lincoln
Gateway Shopping Center;
Courses Open
E"l O
University Credit
(No Extra Charge)
For Information Call
Or Come To
Cotner School of Religion
1237 R Street
The Bank Closest To The Campus
cordially invites
S dney J. Stohs, Scrlbner
Charles L. Streeter, Buffalo Gap, S.D.
Ilaniei E. Timms, David City
Adnan Tongul, Ankara, Turkey
Jeary R. Vogl, Seward
Robert D. Willey, Lincoln
Gerald L. Wolf, Sidney
I-arry S. York, Lincoln
Robert R, York, Lincoln
Master of Science la Dentistry
O'NeU J. Clinch, Scottsdale. Aria.
Doctor of Philosoaky
Robert C. Badger, Lincoui
Clifford E. Bowman, Sioux aty. Ia.
John R. Donoghue, Lincoln
WMHam A. Eraser, Lincola
Paul J. Gardner, Omaha
Dwayne W. Hamar. Ocorto
Raymond G. Hinders, Happy, Tex.
Maine W. Lang. Craig
Juan M. Munos, Mexico, D.F., Mexico
James D. Nutter, Windham, O.
Naomi Bruey Patterson. Fort Collins. Cora.
Rodney D. Peterson, Brookings, S.D.
Chester A. Sautter, Lincoln
Burt K. Scanlan. Waukesha, Wis.
Jasilt Singh, New Delhi, India
Kamla Singh, Torawa, Disc Varamaxi,
Douglas T. Spite, Monmouth, ni.
Robert A. Stratbucker, Omaha
Emmett J. Vaughan, Iowa City, la.
Abraham T. Wan, Taiwan, China
Granted hut not conferred at the com
mencement exercises
Certificate la Cytology
Registered in College of Medk-uM
William J. Rook, Sioux Falls, S.D.
Colleen M. Sheets. North Plait
Certificate In Jearnalina
Degree received from Collec of Arts
and Sciences
Bess E. Day, Aurora
James O. Forrest II, Omaha
Judith A. Harringtoa, Lincoln
George A. Peterson. Loup City
Certificate ia Physical Kdacetlea
Degree received from Teachers College
Judy A. Kollmorgen, Lincoln
Juliet Rowsey Simpson, Lincoln
Certlfiesl la Physical Edacattoa aad
Degree received from Teachers College
Robert S. Brown, Cleveland, O.
Parrel! L. Cooper, Celina. Tex.
Thomas A. Ernst. Column
Monte G. Kiffin, Lexington
Gerald A. McCall, Pawnee City
Donald B. Myers, Lincola
Jan L. Wall. Lincoln
Certificate ef Professional Imsreresne
Degree received from College Of
Russell D. Hughe. Fremont
Rosewell Floral Company, 118
North 14th. (
Chicken Delight, 25th and
0 Street; Steven Credit Jewel
ers. 1338 O Street; United
Rent-Alls, 710 North 48th
Street; D XService Stations,
all stations: General Tire
Service, 33 South 11th Street :
and Bloom Typewriter Ex
change, 323 North 13th Street.
luuoln'tFam! tank with the Opn Deer etmkad"Cr
A mid-semester ski trip' to
Denver, sponsored by the Stu
dent Union, was an apparent
success, said Richard Scott,
director of Union activities.
A group of about 120 stu
dents departed from Lincoln
last Wednesday night from
the Burlington station, arriv
ing in the mile-high city at
about 10 a.m. Thursday.
From there the group contin
ued by rail to Winter Park,
a nearby ski resort, where a
four-day stand ensued.
Skiing was available to
many of the students that aft-
Address Kappa Sigs
The fifth in a series of ca
reer conferences was conduct
ed by Kappa Sigma fraternity
last night. John Frobenius
and A. B. Walther of Bell
Telephone Co. spoke to the
They emphasized the bene
fits of a college education and
pointed out the practical ap
plication of a college educa
tion, especially in the field
of Bell Telephone.
The series is intended as a
suppliment to classroom edu
cation by providing a chance
to see what is done in the
professional field, according
to Tom Sahwenke, president
of Kappa Sigma.
All five of the businesses
consulted indicated that there
has been considerable activity
and use of the cards, and
that they are generally "very
"(gtoiltutg for
GJmnplrat Qkutlnttau
Yes, it s time for our annual clearance.
So visit us now and save 20 to 30
of the original prices on our fine clothing
Sport coats, sweaters ties, shoes,
slacks, socks, dress shirts, sport shirts.
Remember we are now open till
nine on Thursdays.
1127 R" Street
Main Bank, lSth & 0'
- y&9
1 w
ernoon; the rest headed for
Hochlanhof, the ski lodge,
where the Sig Ep combo en.
tertained at a dance that
evening, as well as the two
nights following.
The cost of the trip was $75
per student, which included
everything but the price of
tow tickets, an additional $11.
50 for three days. Each aspir
ing skier was allowed two
free lessons, ranging all the
way from novices to seasoned
The slopes were sparsely
populated for the first two
days of the vacation, said
Scott, but were rather con
gested during the weekend.
However, the weather was
magnificent throughout, as
snow fell for the first three
days, producing ideal skiing
Injuries incurred by the
trawlers were heldlo a min
imum; compared with the ap
palling t o t a 1 of ten broken
legs suffered during a similar
jaunt last year by Kansas
University students. The
Husker skiers returned
having sustained only one
broken ankle and three
Ag Y Officers Picked
Ag YMCA recently elected
officers for the following year,
including Lee Grove, Alpha
Gamma Sigma, president;
Fred Boelts, Burr Hall, vice
president, and Ron Thomp
son, secretary-treasurer.
The new district YMCA
representative is Keith Olsen,
and Ag Exec Board repre
sentative is Jon Kruse.
Pt'ceinVs Opera
Crart&fsit-S P.BI.
PHOXE 477-8711, ext. 2072