The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 14, 1964, Page Page 3, Image 3
I I I Wednesday, October 14, 1964 The Daily Nebraskan Page 3 Nebraskan Business Head In Search Of More Ads Juggles Books, Drops Pin Taking a vacation from thp constant and tedious job of balancing the Daily Nebras kan's finances, Business Man ager 'Woogs' Jeffrey h a s turned nis mind to other fig ures. PINNINGS Nancy Holmquist, Delta uamma senior in Teacher s College from Oakland to Bob Uiekmann, Phi Gamma Delta junior in Teacher's College from Lincoln. Tnnti XI ntt , i 4 1.1. - nLI utau jiuuiiidsiLT, mpuu rm junior in EBusiness Administra tion from York to Mike Jef frey, Beta Theta Pi junior in Pre-Law from Lincoln. Susan Skarda, Kappa Alpha Theta junior in Teacher's Col lege from Sioux Falls, South Dakota to Ken Maxwell, Phi Kappa Psi junior in Pre-Med from Lincln. Sue Young, Alpha Delta Pi junior in Arts and Sciences from Oakland to Ron Young, Phi Kappa Psi junior in En gineering College from North Platte. Jan Chamberlin, Alpha Del ta PI sophomore in Teacher's College from Alliance to Paul Lepard, Kappa Sigma junior In Arts and Sciences from Alliance. Mary Pierce, sophomore in Teacher's College from L i n coln to Bob Tate, Phi Delta Theta junior in Arts and Sciences from San Antonio, Tex. Janet Vallicott, junior in Teacher's College from L i n coln to Rich Brenning, Sigma Phi Epsilon junior in Teach er's College from Lincoln. Elaine Ruff, junior in Teacher's College from Oma ha to Gerald Folken, Beta Sigma Psi junior in Mechani cal Engineering from Colum bus. Georgia Merriam, Alpha Omicron Pi junior in Teach er's College from Lincoln to Larry Donovan, Phi Kappa Psi alum ni Teacher's College from Scottsbluff. Connie Sharpe, Alpha Omi cron Pi junior in Journal ism from Lincoln, to Dick McCoy, Sigma Chi alum in Engineering College from Lincoln. Students' Voices Selected To Sing In Choral Union Eighty-four University up perclassmen and women have been chosen members of the University Singers for 1964-65. Earl Jenkins, professor of music and director of the choral group, said the Singers will appear this school year in at least two of their own performances, at Christmas and in the spring, and will join with the 600-voice Choral Union for the annual Messiah concert and Spring Oratorio. Accompanying the Singers this year on the piano will be Jim Misner, a junior in the College of Arts and Science and a piano major. The 1964-65 University Sing trs: Debbie Barger, Dori Shef field, Robert Hatcher, Daryl Hill, Terri Billiard, Mary Cerven, Linda Chatfield, Linda Henline, Carla Hagen, Janet Payne, Carole Peter son, Joan Rockwell, Sue Ellen Thompson, Bruce Anderson, Bill Bailer, Tim Bailer, David DeVries, Dennis Foct, Roder ick Gibb, Kurt Horn, Arthur Hughes, Dennis Kos, Harold Moessner, Shelley Reece, Frank Schultz, Don Thomson, Richard Watt, and Wellington Wilson. Barbara Berney, Jo Ann Dorsey, Jean Edwards, Karen Gepford, Betty Niehaus, San dra Polhemus, Stan Schlacht er, Mary Ann Griffiths, Le anne Lunzmann, Elaine Hanthorn, Pamela Hawk, Robert Bogard, Nancy Hoff man, Mary Kay Kirschman, Rosella Lange, Jeanne Lem mon, Linda Lauer, Larry Fiohn; Judy Maddox, Kath ryn Roehrkasse, Charles Her tel, Saundra Mallatt, Richard O'Gara, Lynn Gunlicks, An drea Mohnsen, Lorraine Mor ris, James Havener, Cynthe Nelson, Susanne Oberle, Mar iel Stock, Janette Stutheit, Gwendolyn Waldo; John Kon opik, Gary Lamb, William Logan, Jack Watkins.Willard Marqardt, Ron Neel, Irvin Pearson, James Taylor, Gene Bedient, Judy Trumble; Phil lip Boardman, Robert Bo gard, Dennis Bohren, Kermit Brashear, Roger Brodd, Don Canady, Dennis Cox, Robert Frakes, John Fritz, Mark Gruett, Karen Shaw, Rose mary Waldrop, Alan Jackson and John Wood. ENGAGEMENTS Joey Flanagan, Alpha Delta Pi freshman in Teacher's Col lege from Albion to Tom Kennedy from Albion. Pat Kelley, Alpha Delta Pi junior in Teacher's College from Lincoln, to Bdb Thorpe, Kappa Sigma senior in Archi tecture from Scottsbluff. Sandy Spanglcr, Gamma Phi Beta senior in Teacher's College from Plattsmouth to Fran Lebens, Sigma Phi Ep silon senior in Engineering at Iowa State from Plattsmouth. Sharon Mook, Towne Club senior in Home Economics from Lincoln to Bob Mahood, Acacia senior in Teacher's College from Columbus. Shirley Tietmeyer, junior in Arts and Sciences from York to Joe Newman, Chi Phi sen ior in Arts and Sciences from York. Sandra Ann Kratina from Ralston to Ned Criscimaena. senior in Engineering and Ar chitecture from San Antonio, lex. Lori Kier. Love Memnrial Hall senior in Home Econom ics from Allen to Rod Nick- erson from Cordova. Karen Schnurr. Pi R t a Phi junior in Arts and Sciences from Alliance to Jim Thorell from Alliance. Chris Olson. AlDha Omirrmi Pi senior in Teacher's CnlWo from Wilmineton. 111., to Rnri Harris, Sigma Chi in Busi ness Administration from Lin coln. Nancy Campbell. KaDoa KaD- pa Gamma senior in Teachers College from Omaha, to Bill Janike, Sigma Chi graduate student in educational psy chology from Lincoln. W f i"if'Tjpiioi"i'ii ji y"' UNSEA Will Hold 'Chew Out' Picnic The annual 'Chew Out' picnic, sponsored by the University of Nebraska Student Education Association (UNSEA) will be held Oct. 20. Tickets for the event, which cost 75 cents, can be pur chased from a house repre sentative, any UNSEA officer, or in 409 Administration Building. TODAY WORLD SERIES, 11:45 a.m., Audtiorium and T.V. Room, Student Union, PLACEMENT LUNCHEON 12:30 p.m., 241 Student Union FRESHMAN ACTIVITIES MART, 2 p.m., ballroom, Sta dent Union. INTER-VARSITY CHRIS TIAN FELLOWSHIP, 1:30 p.m., 334 Student Union. BUILDERS College Days, 2:30 p.m., 234 Student Union. UNION Talks and Topics, 3:30 p.m., 232 Student Union. BUILDERS Tours 3:30 p.m., 235 Student Union. STUDENT COUNCIL, 4 p.m., Pan American room, Student Union. PEOPLE TO PEOPLE, Stu dent to Student, 4:30 confer ence room, Student Union. DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, 4:30 p.m., confer ence room, Student Union. A.U.F. Sororities Drive, 4:30 p.m., 232 Student Union. RED CROSS BOARD, 4:30 p.m., 234 Student Union. UNION Public Relations, 4:30 p.m., 235 Student Union UNION Hospitality, 4:30 p.m., 332 Student Union. A.U.F. Special Events, 4:30 p.m. 334 Student Union. TOASTMASTERS CLUB, 5:30 p.m., cafeteria, Student Union. BUILDERS Board, 7 p.m., 332 Student Union. LF.C. 7 p.m., Pan Ameri can room, Student Union. ORCHESIS, 7 p.m., Grant Memorial. DANCE LESSONS 7 p.m., Ag Union. Cost is 75 cents for three lessons. NU MEDS 7:30 p.m., Audi torium, Student Union. YOUNG DEMOCRATS 7:30 p.m., conference rooms, Stu dent Union. DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, 7:30 p.m., 235 Stu dent Union. MATH COUNSELOR PRO GRAM, 7:30 p.m., 349 Student Union. N.H.R.R.F. Family Project, 9 p.m., 334 Student Union. TOMORROW YOUNG REPUBLICANS Go Girls, 4:30 p.m., 241 Stu dent Union. PI LAMBDA THETA 4:30 p.m., party Room, Student Union. UNIVERSITY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB. 7:30 p.m., N.E.S.E.P. Lounge Military and Naval Science tmuaing. Devil Or Angel? Coeds Invade ROTC Units HELP WANTED NEBRASKA UNION CASHIER MON.-SAT. 10:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M. MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M. COLONIAL DINING ROOM HOSTESS MON.-FRI. 11:30 A.M.-2:00 P.M. Apply Mr. Barnes Nebraska Union, Room 111 i A D R A NEW MVAT I C r U I the STYLED BY New high-fashion styling. finest expression of the gem-setter's art, brings forth a magic radi ance tram within each perfect Keepsake center diamond. Prices from $100 to $10,000. MmIbWMmiITm. AUDUBON KAUFMAN Jewelers 1332 'O' SPECIAL STUDENT DISCOUNTS YOUR EXCLUSIVE KEEPSAKE DEALER IN LINCOLN " BETTER DIAMONDS -WATCHES JEWEIRY EXPIRT RIPAIKS The feminine touch is added to Reserve Officer Training Corps units by two auxiliaries, Angel Flight and Cadence Countesses. Angel Flight is the official auxiliary of the Air Force ROTC. It was founded two years ago at the University to promote an interest in the Air Force and in the ad vanced program for career officers. Angle Flight members serve as hostesses for the AFROTC, and are now official hostesses at Municipal Air port. Each spring they sponsor a Blue Yonder workship for anyone interested in learning about the Air Force way ot life. Speakers from the base, and movies of overseas tours of duties are part of the pro gram. Several members attend na tional conclaves, and one or two area conclaves are held each year in Lincoln. Other activities include lours of bases, of the head quarters of the Strategic Air Command at Omaha, and of a missile site at Eagle. A tea is given each spring for graduating Air Force ca dets. Angel Flight is interested primarily in promoting serv ice opportunities for the men in ROTC, and educating the women who may be con nected with the Air Force, and the public in general about the Air Force, said Suzie Trammell, publicity di rector. Selection of new members is made by an interviewing board of Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society members. Angel Flight is sponsored lo cally by Arnold Air Society. Cadence Countesses, the honorary adjunct to the Persh ing Rifles, was founded here at the University five years ago. The national champion drill team is making plans now to attend the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C. April 15. Several money-making projects are underway, but the members are hoping to find an inexpensive way to travel to Washington. "We're determined to get there," Patty Johns, presi dent, said. "We feel it's a good way to give recognition to Ne braska." The Cadence Countesses won national honors at Mad ison, Wisconsin last year, and are planning to attend the re gional contest in Champaigne, 111., again this year. They are also regional champions. Pershing Rifles originated and sponsors the drill team. In return, the Cadence Coun tess members help the Persh ing Rifles by giving speeches during rush, and serving as hostesses. Pershing Rifle members trained girls during try-outs, and select a sponsor to at tend a regional drill meet who is Miss Pershing Rifles. be Formal pledging will held together this year. Navy ROTC does not have a women's auxiliary on campus. Mums To Be On Safe In Union Until Friday Mums for Homecoming will be on sale in the Student Un ion until Friday at 12:30 p.m. The mums may be pur chased from any Mortar Board for $1. The mums will be delivered to any place on campus Saturday. 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