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UNL students, faculty
P".' -citation of six distinguished teaching awards and four
C.S. Boucher Awards highlighted the 45th Annual Honors
r.uirvjc.jr.on held Tuesday m '" Coliseum. About 2,700
f idi.' Us w"f u honored.
I"h- Chancellor's Award, given for the first time, went to
L s-.v; ;: Cerqer, professor of law. Robert Hough, professor of
v won the Annis Chaikin Sorensen Award for
i. ; :-T'j.sh''rl teaching in the humanities.
Other winners of Distinguished Teaching Awards were
r ,! , C.i.".tt, assistant professor of elementary education,
jioj'i'hn' Voss, assistant professor of human development
: v t'i.' fjm.il, Gary Peterson, associate professor of
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jnd Robert Fuller, associate professor of physics.
.m?r received S1,000 and a Distinguished Teaching
Tn.' Bnjch'1'- Awards go to the Officers Training Corps
.-, J-, ; . i athletic letterman, senior woman, and senior
i . i .vv.j h.iv-j the highest four-year cumulative grade average.
Roov. t K reck low, journalism major, won the ROTC award
v n h.s 3.627 average. Mathematics major and football player
. ..! Mjson vvon the athletic award with his 3.132 average.
Hui. rj tne senior women was Marilyn Johnson,
.Tijrn'marics major, who has a 4.067 average. Highest overall
.iv.'i'jqe was recorded by senior male winner Ronald Aerni,
rnem.'cal engineering major. He has a 4.072 average.
Superior scholarship awards went to 263 seniors who
ranked n the upper three per cent of their college or who have
b en on the honors list since their freshman year. A number of
students in all classes were recognised for high scholarship.
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honors Convocation . . . parents and students assemble to recognize UNL achievers.
Banjo pickin' rodeo top Western Week festivities
Some banjo pickin' and a rodeo
will be featured events at Western
Week, sponsored this week by the East
Campus Union. Although wintry
weather forced postponement of
outdoor games and a barbeque
scheduled for today, the events have
been tescheduled for next Wednesday
at 2:30 p.m.
But those events were just a few of
the Western Week activities on East
As one of the newer events at
UNL, Western Week has retained
inteiest and support while interest in
other traditions like Ivy Day and the
yearbook has dropped in recent years.
An addition to this year's activities
is a free bluegrass conceit by Bill
Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys and
the Bluegrass Crusaders. The concert
will be held Friday evening in the East
Campus Activity Building, according
to Jinger Jorgensen, co-chairman of
Jorgensen said that Western Week
will by to attract more City Campus
students. "It has been hard to get
them out in the past," she said
Activities planned for the
remainder of the week are:
All day Fret' western films shown-East
2 p.m. -Parade through downtown
''True Grit'' showing
outside -Burr Fedde Hall.
10 a.m. -Ouarter Horse Show-State
8:30 p.m. -Street dance- East Union.
All day-Quarter Horse Show-State
8 p.m.-Free bluegrass concert-East
8 p.m - Rodeo-State Fairgrounds
2 p.m.- Hodeo- State Fairgrounds.
8 p.m.-Rodeo State Fairgrounds.
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Wednesday, april 11, 1973
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