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the Daily Nebraska
Wednesday, November 1, 1967
Pag 4
The Other Half Kosmet Klub Evolved
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153 Earn A's In
Sixty-three seniors were
among 153 University of
Nebraska undergraduates
students earning straight
A grades during the 1967
summer session.
Of the 3.627 undergrad
ates at the University sum
mer session, the 153 were
the only students with per
fect grade averages while
taking at least 6 credit
A listing of students
making all A's follow:
Adams: Boyd B. Bacon; Al
liance: Jerry L. Batch: Ash
land: Kathteea L. Anderson,
John E. Ehrenharl: Auburn:
Elaine T. Rogge: Barneston:
Gale A. Barnhill: Beatrice:
Marian A. A If rev, Julia A. Car
Kens, Betty Trauernicht.
Bellevue: Lavonne G. Agena,
Amy S. Bouska, Earl E. Evans,
Phiiip J. Regier: Bellwood:
Stephen D. Bell: Broken Bow:
Roger C. Brainard; Byron:
Kathryn M. Riesselman: Clear
water: Roc he lie A. Kallhoff.
Columbus: Cynthia A. Fore
man, Robert J. Schaecher;
Cook: Sharon R. Stutheit; Co
sad: Virginia M. Smith: De
weese: Virginia R. Aksamit;
Diller: Constance D. Garrels;
Eagle: Kathleen J. Oberie:
Ewing: Kenneth W. Brion;
Fremont: Sharon A. Wentzel;
Genoa: Erma J. West Umbarg
er; Grand Island: Cecelia D.
Miller; Grant: Louetta M. Gen
genbach; Guide Rock: Keith E.
Ely; Hartington: Dennis E. Kin
kaid; Hastings: John E. Bar
rows. Suone Cotner. Deloris
Rauert, Lorraine Sharp.
Herman: Jo Ann Larsen;
Bolmesville: Sue Mason; Hoop
er: Dianah Dasenbrock; How
els: Gene Pokorny; Humboldt:
Nancy Johnson: Imperial: Niko
la Athey; Kimball: Thomas M.
Rutz; lakeside: Glen A. For
ney. Lincoln: Patricia Allerheili
gen, Diana Blakenship, Peter
W. Brill, John M. Bronson. Ar
thur M. Bullock, Donaa Bash,
Cletas Connors. Daniel Craw
ford, John Cummins, Michael D.
Curran; Thomae D. Denny er,
Seanne Detmer, Judith Dill
Other are Kathryn Ewing,
Eaytnond Finnegan, Paul M.
Fisher, Jr., Susan FouU, Rose
ana Fowles, Dorothy Fuller,
Martha Goodban, Lita Coodman,
Lynn Graham, Susan Granata,
Robert Guenzel, Jr.. Thomas L.
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Included also are Arlene Hal
leen, Lyla Hamilton. Douclas
Hiza. Richard L. Hodges. Eve
lyn Jensen, John J. Joyner,
David C. Julke. Georgia C.
Lowenberg. Laura I. LTin, Lin
da B. McCabe, Jem J. Mc
Dole. Still more are Ruth McMast
er, Judy Martin. Connie Mur
ray. Patricia Murray, Robert
L. Olmsted, Tony Peinado, Xica
J. Proctor. Steven p. Rodger,
John C. Schrekinger, Janel Seh
nert. Thomas Sindelar; Susan
Concluding the Lincoln list
are Barbara Stougnton. Cather
ine Shugrue, Dianne Thomas,
Charles Thompson. Tommie
Thompson. Floyd Vanegen. Ken
neth Wald, Edward Weiner,
Kathleen. Wendelin; John
Lyons: Joan McKenzie; ' Mal
mo: Kathleen Eichmeier; Mc
Cook: Marcia Dunn: Manley:
Ewin Mikkelsen : Murdtck:
Sboron Stock: Naper: Myrna
Katzer; Nebraska City: Brad
ley Bahensperger, Patricia
Norfolk: J u j e a n Koerting:
Ohiowa: Sharon Cradduck;
Omaha: Stanley Back, Jr., Laur
John Q. Kirkman, a se
nior majoring in chemical
engineering has been
awarded a $500 scholarship
by the Monsanto Co.
Roger L. Meyer, a junior
in mechanized agriculture,
has been given a $150 War
ren P. Person Memorial
David F. Rogge, a junior
in the College of Engineer
ing and Architecture, hag
received a $300 Peter Kie
wit Sons Co. Scholarship.
Barry W. Kort. a senior
in the College of Engineer
ing and Architecture, has
been given the $175 LL
Theron A Drier Memorial
Walter A. Przezinski, a
junior in the College of En
gineering and Architecture,
has been awarded a $400
Western Electric Founda
tion Scholarship.
Pboio by Mike Kvna
Crash Landing;
ie Confer: Stuart Frohm; Rob
ert Gunderson. William Kemler,
Ester King. Man-in Rohwer,
John Wagstaffe.
Papillion: Lary Slark: Pick
rell: Ruth Boese: Plainview:
Jeffrey Curtiss, Chervle Gust
man: Ravenna: Gail Rohde: Re
publican City: Neil Asche: Rus
kin: Allen ' ;ge: Scottsbluff:
John Simmoiu,; Seward: Nancy
CoufaL Lanson Moles.
Sidney: Kristin Bitner: Silver
Creek: Lale Cowgill: Stanton:
Doris Phillips; Sterling: Betty
Parde. Dianne Schmidt: Syra
cuse: Marina MacDonnell; Tal
mage: Donn H. Bischoff: Te
cumseh: Pamela Piersol; Teka
mah: Gregory Hanson.
I'tica: Richard Trotter;
Valentine: Thomas May; Wa
hoo: Carol Hinrichs; Waverly:
Judy Johnson: Wayne: Anna
Shannon: York: Mary Bristol.
Garden City. Kansas: Robert
McCartney; Sioux City, Iowa:
Mary Keim: Collingwood. N.
Jersey: Pamela McKee; Chapel
Hill. X. Carolina: Gordon Cleve
land II: Sioux Falls. S. Dakota:
Richard Beck; Waskatenau. Al
berta Canada: Sharon Carefoot;
Guadalajara. Jalisco, Mexico:
Kathryn Roehrs.
Ernest T. Pringge, a se
nior in the College of Engi
neering and Architecture,
has been granted a $200
Western Electric Founda-.
tion Scholarship.
Phi Eta Sigma, national
Freshman Scholastic Hon
orary, initiated 22 men
Monday evening. T h e y
each had a grade average
of 3.5 for their first semes
ter or first year.
They were: Gary L.
Bergmeicr. Roger Booker,
Kenneth Buckius, Emmett
Childers. Shanler Cronk,
Ronald A. Ferry, James B.
Foster, Timothy Frary,
Dennis Goeschel, Terry
H a f e r, Neil Halbridge,
Gregory Hanson, and Leon
Others include Dennis
Kathman, Randolph Nogel,
Gary Palmer, William Pal
PHONE 475-4503 I
Junior Staff Writer
"A Delicate Balance," by Edward Albee. will be pre
sented at Howell Theater Nov. 3, 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. The
Pulitzer Prize-winning play explores the responsibility of
an individual to others and examines human conduct in a
contemporary setting.
Best-selling recording artists. Los Indlos Tabajaras,
will appear at the Nebraska Theater Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. as
part of the Speaker-Artist Series. The Brazilian Indians
have performed for radio and television and have toured
Latin America, Europe, and the U.S.
The Unimime Troupe of the University Theater will
present a program of short pantomimes Nov. 7 at 7:30
p.m. in the Auditorium of Sheldon Art Gallery. The group,
under the direction of Mrs. Nancy Cole, will feature a knife
act. the traditional jealousy scene, the pantomime of an
old-fashioned movie, and a Chinese samurai routine.
The Nebraska Union Film Society is presenting a show
ing of the Russian movie. The Cranes Are Flying. Nov. 1.
The film is directed bv M. Kalatozov and stars Tatyana
Samoilova, Alexei Bata'lov, Vasily Merkuryev and S. Shov-
The film is concerned with the relationship of a young
couple during wartime and the struggle to live a meaning
ful life when one of the pair is killed.
The Xannv, starring Bette Davis, is the movie sched
uled for Nov. 3 and Nov. 5 at the Nebraska Union Show
ing will be Fridav at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m and Sunday at
7:30 p.m. The film is concerned with murder in a typical
SS' puppet film featuring a wicked magician
a P inch aid Jdy show and other events m co tor U be
presented at Sheldon Auditorium Nov. 4 at 10.30 am
World of Topo Gigio is directed by Franco
Serino and Luca DcRico. .. . ... .
American Impressionist painter J. Aide. Mr ill be
represented at an exhibition
The display will indude loans wiil
rnliprt ons and an musudiru
be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The work of Gunnar Anderson
rializes in children s puiu.
shoMon Gallery Nov
7 to
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The Lnuersuy Religion In Neb
set . special ibiUon.concemns " . ,, 5
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Sinde Christian, Nov
the last in the series
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Church at 6:30 p.n .
An expiorauuii ui "';rv. . uIav Foundation
Eric Berne, will be sponsored by
at6ram Tnals will be the subject of the discussion to
be he Id at the Newman Center Sunday at 7 p.m. La
aaraa dklcted by Fellini. will be shown as an example
2 te SiSl Qualities used by directors to empha
size the impression created by a movie.
United Ministries in Higher Education wiU sponsor a
program entitled How f Succeed Without SeUing M on
Nov. 5 at 6:30 p.m. Earl Dyer, executive editor of the
Lincoln Star, will speak. . , i
Dr Grant GUmore. University of Chicago law pro
fessor, will address law students and faculty Nw.Vm";
The topic for his speech Nov. 8 at 10:30 a.m. at Sheldon
Auditorium will be "Security Law . Formalism and Ar
ticle Nine of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Dr Gilmore has served as faculty member at ale
University and holds three degrees from Yale-His Mtwo
volume book, "Security Interests in Personal Property,
was awarded the Ames Prize from the Harvard Law
A wildlife film-lecture will be presented by Robert
W. Davison Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Love Library Au
ditorium. The lecture. The Vanishing Sea, is a part of the
Audubon Series sponsored by the Extension Division and
the State Museum.
Dr. Evsey D. Domar. professor of economics at M.I.T.
will lecture Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union on
the topic, Recent Reiorms in the Soviet Union. Dr. Domar
received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and has
been affiliated with the Carnegie Institute. The University
of Chicago. Johns Hopkins University, and Oxford Univer
sity in England.
mer, Jay Ringenberg, Rich
ard Rosenthal, William
Steen, Mehmet Unsal, and
John Weingarten.
Bruce H. Nicoll, director
of the University of Nebras
ka Press, was elected to
the executive council of the
Western History Associa
tion at the group's annual
meeting in San Francisco.
Assistant Chairmen have
been named for Quiz Bowl
Committees. Questions
Committee assistant chair
men are Debbie Way, Jim
Grait. Vicki Van Steem
berg, Connie Zink, and Mis
sy Babb.
Arrangements assistant
chairman are Bob McKuis-
Chemical, Civil, Mechcr.iccl end Electrical Engineers
Agriculture Sciences
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Center Advisors. Marketing Representatives Commercial
and Industrial.
LOCATIONS: Throughout the states of Nebraska, Kansas, Mis
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DATE: November 1 & 2, 1967
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Fritz and Sue Beechly are
assistant chairmen for
Public Relations. Dan
Goodenberg is assis
tant chairman of the Noti
fications Committee.
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From Junior Class Play
A play presented in 1911
by several members of the
junior class of the Univer
sity has evolved to the full
scale production known to
day as. the Kosmet Klub
Fall Revue.
The group was well re
ceived and organized into a
men's dramatic society.
They decided to schedule a
competitive all-male skit
revue each autumn and an
original musical comedy
each spring, according to
Joe Carraway, 1967 fall
show chairman.
Kosmet Klub's first
spring show was the Diplo
Match Box
Sue O'Conner, Nettleton
Business College freshman
from Sioux Falls. S.D., to
James Bowers, Delta Sig
ma Phi sophomore in Busi
ness Administration from
Nancy Converse, Alpha
Omicron Pi senior in Teach
ers College from Ashland,
to Gary Gunderson, Delta
Upsilon senior in Business
Administration from Oma
ha. Betty Christensen, Kap
pa Delta in Teachers Col
lege from Omaha, to Tim
Turner. Acacia sophomore
in Mechanical Engineering
from Omaha.
Cathy Spurlock, junior in
Home Economics from San
Diego, Calif., to Jim Far
lee. Theta Xi in Mechanical
Engineering from Omaha.
Cheryl West, Alpha Chi
Omega junior in Home-Ec
from Elkhorn to Scott
Swanson, Sigma Nu junior
in Psychology.
Sharon Carter, Alpha Xi
Delta junior in Accounting
from Bellevue. to Keith
LindvaU, junior in Agricul
ture from Farnum.
Jann Doering, Chi Omega
Senior in Teachers College
from Scottsbluff, to Pete
KState To Host
Union Meeting
Three students wiU repre
sent the University cf Ne
braska Union at the reg
ional conference of the As
sociation of College Unions
International to be held at
Kansas State University in
Manhattan. Nov. 2-4.
The participants include
Pamela Dalling, Susie Jen
kins and Sid Logemann.
The students will attend
panel sessions and program
bazaars to discuss the
maintaining and improving
of cultural, social, recrea
tional and educational areas
by college unions.
Logemann will be the Uni
versity panel participant.
Other colleges and universi
ties from Kansas, Nebraska,
Oklahoma and Missouri will
be represented at the con
ference. (!aum)
mat, written by Professor
R. D. Scott, who is still
living. This established the
precedent for original
spring shows.
After World War II, how
ever, Kosmet Klub began
staging Broadway musical
comedy successes. These
included Girl Crazy, Kiss
Me Kate, Bloomer Girl and
Annie Get Your Gun.
In the 1960's, their pro
ductions have been The Pa
jama Game; Damn Yan
kees; Guvs and Dolls
Fiorello; Bye, Bye Birdie
and Irma La Douce.
The present Fall Revue
Johnson, Phi Rho Sigma
freshman at the University
of Nebraska College of
Medicine from Gering.
Sue Richardson. Alpha
Chi Omega senior in Teach
ers College from Ainsworth,
to Bill Rose, senior major
ing in Math from Ainsworth.
LaDonna Renter, senior
in Teachers College, to
James Scheppers, U of N
graduate, now attending the
University of Colorado.
Marty Sheer from Arling
ton to Steve Andersen. Ag
Men junior in Agronomy
from Arlington.
Cheryl Severin. Alpha Phi
junior in education from
Omaha to Harv Singer from
Charlene Koves. Alpha
Chi Omega senior in Spa
nish and music from He
bron, to Doug Homolka,
Beta Theta Pi senior in Ani
mal Science and Business
Administration from Papillion.
Jane O. ttobbiss
Clrirti Irinw Ltctorcr
Miss Robbins is a Christian Science practitioner.
During World War II she served as a pilot and
Group Commander in the W omen Air Forces Service.
.After the war she spent some time in Alasta and
flew at different times as a bush-pilot in the Nome
Point Barrow area. Later, she returned to Illinois and
became a representative for an aircraft corporation.
She is a native of Ontario, Canada.
In 1955, Miss Robbins moved to Colorado and
began devoting her full time to the public practice
of Christian Science healing. She is now on tour as
a member of the Board of Lectureship of The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Just South
of Campus
format was started before
World War II, according to
Mr. Frank Halgren, Kosmet
Klub advisor.
Buzz Brashear, a former
Kosmet Klub historian,
said that the fall show ap
pealed mainly to the Uni
versity's students in its ear
ly years. Today, however,
the people of Lincoln com
prise a large part of the
Such notables as Johnny
Carson and Governor Nor
bert Tiemann were Kosmet
Klub members in the
The Nebraska Sweetheart
and Prince Kosmet are pre
sented each year at the Fall
Revue. In addition, Kosmet
Klub's Stephen Cass Me
m o r i a 1 Scholarship is
awarded to an undergradu
ate in the College of Engi
neering and Architecture.
Go On Sale
The Builder's Directory will
be available about the third
week of November, according
to Rosie Fawles, directory
The directory includes a
listing of all University stu
dents including their phone
numbers, Lincoln and home
addresses, year in school and
The publication will also
contain general information
about the campus, hours that
various buildings are open,
and a faculty section.
Student directories will be
sold at all campus bookstores
and at boothes in the Ne
braska Union for $L
Announcement of
lectin by: Jane O.
Roltbins. Title: What
Choice Do You
"What Ckwct D Ym
Rave?" wil to 1b sb
jectsf aChristiai
Science lector t b
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