Nebraska Wesleyan University - Plainsman Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 190 of the 1950 volume:
The 1950 PLAINSMAN was
published by the students of Ne-
, .s T0 ET brczskct Wesleyan University un-
EC ESM der the direction of Al Wilder,
Editor, and Ev Poe, Business
For Today and Tomorrow
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Wesleyan had its beginning in 1887 when the
first corner stone was laid for Old Main. Classes
began with an enrollment ol 117 students.
C. C. White followed in 1906. In 1917 three
buildings were completed-the gymnasium, the
Van Fleet building, and the industrial arts build-
ing. The library appeared in 1924, and Rose
Memorial Observatory in 1938. 1946 saw the con-
struction of the O. N. Magee Memorial Stadium,
1947-the speech building, 1948-Iohnson Hall.
ln addition to these changes in the physical
plant, Nebraska Wesleyan is growing in other
ways. New courses have been added to meet the
demands ol an enlarged student body: the faculty
'has been enlarged, also. Last year the revised
and much improved Student Senate was installed.
The intramural sports program was expanded to
include more sports with more students partici-
In accordance with these improvements, it is the
aim of the 1950 PLAINSMAN stall to make this
year's annual reflect this growth and present a
true picture ol this school year.
Wesleyan is building materially, mentally, and
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It is with the utmost sense of pride
and honor that the seniors dedicate this,
the 1950 PLAINSMAN, to Dr. Jensen and
Miss Booth in token of our appreciation
for their many years of faithful service to
their own departments and the university
as a whole.
to kgolzn gensen
John Jensen, Professor of Physics and Astron-
omy for forty-three years, has served on the fac-
ulty since 1907. He has created successfully a
career in the field of natural sciences of outstand-
ing notability. His contributions to his nation and
his school, which have made a reputation for himl
self and Wesleyan, shall never be forgotten.
Through their tireless efforts, vast un-
known worlds have been opened to their
students, and their characters have served
as examples to all who have known and
worked with them throughout the years.
to Ethel Qootlz
Ethel Booth, Professor of English, for thirty-
six years has served on the faculty since 1914-.
Her sincere interest and influence on Wesleyan
students makes a lasting impression on all who
are associated with her. Her presence as, a mem-
ber of Wesleyan's faculty has and will continue
to add prestige and honor to this university.
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li. L. FREDSTRUM
Dean 0f Campus Activities
Professor 0f Education
R. W. DEAL
Dean 0f The Faculty
Professor Of Psychology
Dean 0f Women
Abramson. Stanley Barringer. Graham Business Manager-Treasurer and
Assistant professor of physics Professor of History Assistant Professor of Economics
and Business Administration
Beal, Annabel Bennett, Oscar Bishop. Ethol
Assistant Professor of English Professor of Voice Librarian
Booth, Ethel Brandt, Clara Brown' Katherine
Direcior of Health Assistant Professor in Modern
Professor of English
Elie, Elizabeth Cullen, Glenn C D I
Instructor in Physical Education for Professor of Political Science Professor of Geography
Women and Sociology
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Colon. Vicente 1 cms me I Coslerl Rex
Associate professor of Spanish Associate Professor of Economics Instructor in Dmmmics
Head Resident, Iohnson Hall
and Business Administration
Assistant Professor of English
Associate Professor of English
Associate Professor of Psychology
Professor of Speech
Head Coach and Instructor in
Physical Education for Men
Director of Public Relations
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Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Associate Professor of Music,
Organ, and Theory of Music
Assistant Professor of Voice
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Assistant Professor of Psychology Associate Professor of MUSIC
Peterson. Irvin Price, LaVawn
BasketbGl1 Coach and Assistant Assistant Football Coach
Professor of Physical Education
Associate Professor of Mathematics
and Physical Chemistry
Associate Professor of Education
Rosentrater, Iohn Sederburg, Marion Shively, Samuel
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'Professor of Modern Languages Associate Professor oi Biology Instructor in Secretarial Science
Tompkins. Virginia Troutman, Lucille Underhill, Hubert
Dietician Assistant Professor of Chemistry Director of Student Relations
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Abell. Eldon - N o r f o 1 k,
Adams, Orville-St. Ioseph,
Allen, Duane-Grand Is-
Anderson. lack-Grand Is-
land, Theta Chi. V,
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First Semester Senior Class officers, Shirley Hampton, secretary-
treasurer, Lee Gartrell, president, and Rigdon Ioosten, vice-presi-
dent, make plans for first semester senior activities.
Delta Zeta, Chapel Choir,
Anthony. Warren - Hyde
Berryhill, Lyle - Lincoln,
Blough. Dorothy - Lincoln,
D el ta Zeta CPresidentJ,
Y.W.C.A., Cardinal Key, Phi
Kappa Phi, Pi Kappa Delta,
Pi Gamma Mu, Theta Al-
phi Phi, Plainsman Players,
Panhellenic Council, Who's
Illinois, Kappa Chi, l.R.C.
Bones, Calvin-Allen, Theta
Chi, Football, "W" Club, In-
teriraternity Council lPresi-
Brettman, Paul - Deshler,
Broclcholf, Dean - Seward,
Brooks, Ramona - Stanton,
Phi Mu, PLAINSMAN Staff,
W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Theta Al-
pha Phi, Plainsman Players,
Social Committee, Panhel-
ton, Phi Kappa Tau, Theta
Alpha Phi, Plainsman Play-
ers, Alpha Gamma Beta.
Burns. Richard-Fall River,
Massachusetts, S tu d e nt
Senate, A l p h a Gamma
Beta, Plainsman Players.
Bushnell. Robert - Wilcox,
Theta Chi, Business Man-
ager WESLEYAN, I.R.C.
QPresidentJ, Social Commit-
tee, Blue Key, Pi Kappa
Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Al-
pha Gamma Beta, Publica-
tions Board, Who's Who.
Chun. Elona-Honolulu, Ha-
Wcfii, Chorus, Art Club,
Clutter. Darwin-Crab Or-
chard, Psi Chi, Alpha Gam-
Pi Gamma Mu.
boldt, Theta Alpha Phi,
Colorado, Kappa Chi.
Calvert. Alfred - Friend,
Crescent, Football, Y.M.-
lie-ld, Illinois, Alpha Gam-
Theta Chi CPresidentl, Blue
Key, Interlraternity Council,
"W" Club KPresidentl,
Cash. Wayne - Pawnee
City, Football, Basketball,
Chen, Carlos - Slavid,
Cheriqui, Panama, l.R.C.
ton, Iowa, Alpha Gamma
Barbs, Track, Sigma Pi Sig-
ma, "W" Club.
Danielson. Lois Marie-Lin-
coln, Delta Zeta.
Deal, Bruce-Lincoln, Theta
Band, Orchestra, Blue
Kappa Kappa Psi, Al-
Deissler. Alice - In m a n,
Beta S i g m a,
Doalr. Gaylen - Tecumseh,
Alpha Phi, C.O.G.
Duboch, Neil-St. Ioseph,
Missouri, Barbs, Kappa Chi,
Y.M.C.A., M.S.M., Social
Dunn. William-Falls City,
Phi Kappa Tau.
Elson, Clarence - North
Platte, Theta Chi, Chapel
Evans. David-Lincoln, Op-
era, Chapel Choir.
Gartrell, Dorothy - Clay
Center, Chorus, Student
Senate, Residence H all
Counselor, Kappa Chi.
Gartrell, Leland - Clay
Center, Barbs, Kappa Chi,
Y.M.C.A., Blue Key, Theta
Nu, Nu-Med, Who's Who.
Glood. Royal - Viborg,
South Dakota, Barbs.
Gfell, Darrell - Tecumseh, 'll
Crescent, Football, "W"
Groh, Iohn-Belleville, Il-
ingham Valley, Pennsyl-
Haldeen, Alfred - Brule,
Barbs, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A.
Willard, Kappa Chi, Pi Kap-
pa Delta, Y.W.C.A., Yellers
of the Brown.
Delta Zeta, Cardinal Key,
Phi Kappa Phi, I.R.C.
PLAINSMAN Siaif, Pi Gam-
ma Mu, Psi Chi, Theta Al-
pha Phi, Plainsmcm Players
Willard, Women's House
Hansen, Mae-Red Cloud,
Barbs Band, Opera, Pi
Gamma Mu, Tau Beta Sig-
Hare, William-Broken Bow,
Band, Student Senate, Blue
Key, Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Plainsman Play-
Harlow. Lealan -- T a ble
Rock, Band, Opera, Orches
tra, Kappa Kappa Ps
Hari. Dick-Cozad, Phi Kap-
pa Tau, Chapel Choir,
Theta Alpha Phi, Plainsman
Havlik. Iennette - Haigler
Phi Mu CPresidentJ, Chorus
lackmcm, Iames - Norfolk,
Editor of WESLEYAN, Y.M.-
C.A., Blue Key, Pi Gamma
Mu, Publications Board.
Barbs, Cardinal Key KPresi-
dentl, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi
Gamma Mu, Plainsman
Players, Social Committee,
Y.W.C.A., Who's Who.
Iohnson. Alden -- Fairbury,
C r e s c e n t, Football, "W"
Iohnston. Iohn -- Lincoln,
Football, Basketball, "W"
C r e s c e n t, lnterlratet-nity
Holle, Harris - Deshler,
Hoskin. Alice - Callaway
Barbs, Pi Gamma Mu.
Hotz. William - Wymore,
Hunter, Robert-Ft. Collins,
Colorado, Opera, Orchestra.
Hunter. Walter - Merced,
Iones. D w cz i n -- Lincoln,
Theta Chi, WESLEYAN
Stall, Student Senate, I.R.C.
Ioosten. Rigdon-Grant, Phi
Kappa Tau, Football,
PLAINSMAN Staff, Plains-
man Players, "W" Club.
Chi, Student Senate.
Ketterer, Robert - Lincoln,
Crescent, Football, Basket-
ball, Track, "W" Club.
Kirsons, Aleksandris - Lin-
Kueck, Ethel - Lincoln, Pi
Gamma Mu, Kappa Chi,
Lindstrom, Ivar Geneva
Barbs, Band, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Alpha Gamma Beta
Link, Bruce -- Sl. Michael,
Theta Chi, Football, Blue
Key, Plainsman Players,
Theta Alpha Phi, C.O.G., Al-
pha Gamma Beta, "W"
I.R.C., Pi Gamma Mu Phi
Lorigan, Patricia Farming
dale, New York Alpha
Gamma Delta IRC
Lux. Ethel,-Lincoln, Delta
Zeta, A.C.E., l.R.C., Cardinal
Key, Pi Gamma Mu.
Lux, Iohn-Lincoln, Student
Senate, l.H.C., Y.M.C.A.,
Blue Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi
Kappa Delta, Psi Chi.
McKenzie, Marvin '-
Phi Kappa Tau, A l p h CI
Gamma Beta, Nu-Med.
Marsh, Donald - Archer,
Crescent, Student Senate,
Kappa Chi, Y.M.C.A. CPresi-
dentl, Blue Key, Pi Gamma
Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's
Meier, Gene-Lincoln, Phi
Kappa Tau, Yellers of the
Brown tPresidentl, Nu-Med.
Willard, W.A,A., Plainsman
Metcalf, Robert - Lincoln,
Meyer, Richard - Lincoln,
Theta Chi, Football, Plains-
man Players, "W" Club.
Meyer, Shirley-Red Cloud,
Alpha Gamma Delta, Wo-
men's House Council lPres-
identl, Y.W.C.A., Tau Beta
Mihane, Tom - Callaway,
Theta Chi, Football, Band,
Kappa Kappa Psi, "W"
Miller Delbert - Lincoln,
Football Basketball, Track,
M 11 l e r. Ivan -- Brandon,
South Dakota, Band, Opera,
Monia. Marilyn - Lincoln,
Moore Roy--Hot Springs,
ton Psi Chi.
Nelson. Lyle - Millard,
Theta Chi, Male A Cap-
pella Chorus, Opera, Cho-
Phi Kappa Tau, Football,
Student Senate, Blue Key,
"W" Club, Pi Kappa Delta,
Theta Alpha Phi KPresi-
dentl, Plainsman Players.
Neth. Elsie -- Greenwood,
Barbs, Art Club, A.C.E.
Newsham. Beth - Lincoln,
Alpha Gamma D el t a,
A. C. E., W. A. A., C. O. G.,
Nicholas. Paul-Grand Is-
land, Band, Chapel Choir,
Orchestra, Student Senate,
Kappa Kappa Psi CPresi-
Noyes, Robert - Sharon,
Massachusetts, Phi Kappa
Tau, Band, I.R.C., Kappa
Nutter, Ioan - Providence
Rhode Island, Delta Zeta
PLAINSMAN Staff, A.C.E.
W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Plains-
Peden, Iohn-Honolulu, Ha-
waii, Student Senate.
Poe, Everett--Burr Oak,
Michigan, Barbs, Football,
"W" Club, Social Commit-
tee, Business Manager
PLAINSMAN, Student Sen-
ate, Blue Key CPresidentl,
Pi Gamma Mu, C,O.G.,
Plainsman Players, Publi-
cations Board, Who's Who.
Porter, Iames - Lincoln,
Parker. Wesley - Delano,
Parks. Edna - Greenwood,
Barbs, A.C,E,, Theta Alpha
Phi, Plainsman Players.
Parrish. Dean - G r a n t
Reed. Earl-Norfolk, Kappa
Barbs, Alpha Gamma Beta.
Schultz, Audrey - Moore-
field, Willard fPresidentl,
Women's House Council,
Y.W.C.A., Cardinal Key, Pi
Kappa Delta, Theta Alpha
Phi, Plainsmcm Players,
Panhellenic Council, Who's
Slama. Llo d-Lincoln.
Slaughter. William - Lin-
coln,, Football, "W" Club.
lican City, Chapel Choir,
Alpha Gamma Delta.
Reynolds, Barbara - Oma-
Rider, Stanley - Imperial,
Kappa Chi, Y.M.C.A.,
Sander. Dean - Trenton,
nwlllll. Denis -- Lincoln,
Willard, H.C.E., W.H.H.,
Yellers of the Brown, Car-
dinal Key, Social Com-
mittee, C.O.G., Plainsman
Players, Panhellenic Coun-
mont, B a r b s, Residence
Hall Counselor, H.C.E.
Thurman. Louise - Louis-
ville, Delta Zeta, H.C.E.,
W.H.Fl., Plainsman Players.
Tilman. Donald -- Lincoln,
Tyler, Van - Lincoln,
Y.M.C.Fl., Psi Chi.
Ueoka. Sally - Paia MCIUL
Nayi, T.H., Plrt Club, H-C-B
Alpha Gamma Delta, A.C.E.
Squires. Clifford - Lincoln,
Crescent, Football, Basket-
ball, Track, "W" Club.
Strong. lim-Alliance, Phi
Swim. Iasper -- Geneva,
Barbs, Kappa Chi, I.R.C.,
Temple, Martha - Lincoln,
Rlpha Gamma Delta, Or-
Barbs, Student S e n at e
iPresidentl, Pi Kappa Delta
fPresidentl, Blu e K e y,
Who's Who, Pi Gamma
Mu, Phi Kappa Phi, C.O.G.
Van Sickle, Virginia-Mo
Cook, Barbs, Band, Chapel
Choir, Tau Beta Sigma.
Varney William - Lincoln,
Vogelsang, William - Lin-
coln, Crescent, Sigma Pi
Wakai, Sam -- Seabrook,
New Iersev, Barbs, assistant
editor of PLAINSMAN,
WESLEYAN Staff, Kappa
Chi, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A., Blue
Weidler. Oscar -- Dawson,
Theta Chi, Nu-Med.
White, Kenneth - Platts-
mouth, Phi Kappa Tau
CPresidentl, Football, "W"
Club, Theta Rlpha Phi,
Plainsman Players, Road
Show, Interfraternity Coun-
White, Ward-Heart Moun-
tain, Wyoming, Phi Kappa A
Tau, Pi Kappa Delta, Blue
Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's
Wilder, Hlmaron - Lincoln,
Phi Kappa Tau, Editor of
Board, Social Committee,
Yellers of the Brown,
Kappa Chi, Y.M.C.Fl.
Bill Carriker. "W" Club presi-
dent, and Dorris Thomas. "W"
Club Sweethearl, seniors, walk
to the bandstand to be recog-
nized during the Homecoming
dance held after the Wes-
leyan-Doane football game.
Wrolh, Phyllis - Lincoln,
Barbs, Band, Opera,
Chapel Choir, W.R.Fl., Tau
Young, Richard - Alliance,
Phi Kappa Tau,
Zoeller, Henry-Hollis, Long
lsland, New York, Phi
Kappa Tau, Y.M.C.H., Theta
Pllpha Phi, Fllpha Gamma
Beta, Plainsman Players.
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Hchen, Willa-Ord, Barbs,
Women's House Council,
Bkert, Ben-Hlliance, Phi
Kappa Tau, Men's A Cap-
pella Chorus, Opera, Co-
Editor ol Handbook.
Baker, lack-Grand Island,
Crescent, Social Commit-
B a r t l e t t. Shirley lean-
Bates, Hrthur-Table Rock,
Theta Chi, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Band, Y.M.C.A.
Becker. Robert - Lincoln,
Beckley. Iames-Santa Fe
Bengston. Martha Iean --
Washington, D. C., Phi Mu.
Berry, Iohn--Pierre, South
D a k o ta, Phi Kappa Tau,
Theta Hlpha Phi, Plaing-
man Players, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Band, Chapel Choir.
Bertsch. Reno - A s h l e y,
Bliss, Donald-Fairbury, Hrt
Club, Kappa Chi, Y.M.C.Ft.
Colorado, Phi Kappa Tau.
Plainsman Players, Wesley-
an Staff, PLAINSMAN Staff,
Botsch, Barbara - Norfolk,
Willard, Pi Kappa Delta,
Plainsman Players, M.S.M.,
Associate Editor of PLAINS- , , , '
MHN, Social Committee.
Colorado, Hlpha Gamma
Delta fPresidentl, Panhel-
lenic Council CPresidentJ,
Plainsman Players, Theta
Calkins, Bob -- Wymore,
Crescent CPresidentl, Inter-
Bullock, Mary-Madrid, H1-
pha Gamma Delta,
Y.W.C.Ft., Yellers of the
Brown, Women's H o u s e
Council, Panhellenic Coun-
Campbell, Malcolm - Lin-
Douglas, Phi Kappa Tau,
Chapel Choir, C h o r u s
Opera, Male A Cappella
Carlson, Hlice-Ong, Hlpha
Gamma Delta, Fl.C.E.
Clark, Lois-Superior, Delta
Zeta, WESLEYHN Staff,
Clark Robert Wollaston,
Massachusetts Phi Kappa
Tau Plainsman Players.
Clark, Roy - Superior, Phi
Kappa Tau, Student Sen-
ate, Social Committee,
Y. M. C. H.
Condon, Virgil - E x e t e r,
Theta Chi, Nu-Med.
Phi Kappa Tau,
Blue Key, Male
Clifton, Martha - Gering,
Delta Zeta, Plainsman Play-
ers, Student Senate, Tau
Beta Sigma, Theta Rlpha
Phi, W.H.Fl. CPresidentl.
Cooper, William -- Gering,
Phi Kappa Tau, Male F1
C a p e 1 l a Choir, Opera,
Chapel Choir, Chorus,
fy.. 1 ti-,
' L X, 1-Q
Corbit. Betty - C h e s t e r,
Alpha Gamma Delta
Chapel Choir, Road Show,
Y.W.C.A., Theta Alpha Phi
Plainsman Players, Panhell
Willard, M.S.M. fPresidentl,
Student Senate, Y.W.C.Fl.,
Theta Fllpha Phi, Plainsman
Players, Road Show.
Cummins. Frank l..1ncoln
Daft. Shirley-Waverly, Hl-
pha Gamma Delta, Band
Kappa chi, Y.W.C.H., cm!
dinal Key, Tau Beta Sigma.
Deal. Ervin-Lincoln, Hlpha
Gamma Beta, I.R.C.-
Dunn. Robert-Falls City,
Phi Kappa Tau, -Y.M.C.A.
Band PLAINSMAN Staff
Kappa Kappa Psi, Plains:
man Players, Cheerleader
Phi Kappa Tau, I.R.C.
Dutton. Dick-Gering, Phi
Kappa Tau, Y.M.C.A., Male
A Cappella Chorus, Foot-
ball, PLAINSMAN Stafl,
Plainsman Players, Chorus.
Eckles. Charles Gresham
Phi Kappa Tau
Embree, Roberta - Friend,
Alpha Gamma Delta,
W.A.A., Student Senate,
Ericson. Eugene-Paso Rob-
les, California, Theta Chi,
Fankhauser, Iames - Hum-
boldt, Theta Chi, Male A
Capella Choir, Yellers of
Ess, Paul-McCook, Theta
Chi, Pi Kappa Delta, l.R.C.
Ferris, George - Archer,
Barbs tPresidentl, Y.M.C.A.,
F e s t e r. Iohn - Alliance,
Theta Chi, Football, Track.
Barbs, Y.M.C.A., M.S.M.,
Fry, Doris--Big Springs,
Fry. Evelyne-Big Springs,
Barbs, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A.,
M.S.M., Kappa Chl.
City, Barbs, M.S.M., Y.M.-
C.A., Kappa Chi.
Gibson, Elton-Lincoln, Phi
Gilmer, Gayle - Lincoln,
Willard, Kappa Chi, M.S.M.
Godbey, Mary - Milford,
Delta Zeta, Plainsman
Players, Y.W.C.A. tPresi-
dentl, W,A.A., Social Com-
mittee, Panhellenic Council.
Gordan, William - Brad-
Greer, Mema - Lincoln,
coln, Alpha Gamma Delta,
Chapel Choir, Plainsman
Hammond, Laurel - Bush-
nell, Barbs, Kappa Chi,
Hansen, Louis - Minden,
Harding, Iohn - Knoxville,
Illinois, Phi Kappa Tau,
Kappa Kappa Psi, Plains-
man Players, "W" Club
Harrington. Don - Lincoln,
Football, "W" Club.
Harrison, Charles - Carle-
ton, Theta Chi, "W" Club,
Harvey, Arthur-Gering, Phi
Kappa Tau, lnter-Frater-
nity Council, Sigma Pi Sig-
Harvey, Wallace - Lincoln,
Phi Kappa Tau, Plainsman
Players, Social Committee.
Hedges, Ierald - Central
Heskett, Eldon - McCook,
Theta Chi, Y.M.C.A., M.S.M.
Hill, lean-Lincoln, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Chapel
Choir, Chorus, Kappa Chi,
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Hueftle, Keith - Eustis,
Barbs, WESLEYAN Staff,
PLAINSMAN Stall, Yellers
of the Brown, Plainsman
Hueitle. Lola-Eustis, Wil-
lard, Plainsman Players,
Chorus, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E.
Ieambey. Leo -- Lincoln,
Jensen. Wendell - Minden,
Crescent, l.R.C., Yellers of
Q 1 the Brown.
- lohann. Patricia - Seward,
5 " if Delta Zeta, Plainsman Play-
' 'N ers, Women's House Coun-
cil, A.C.E., W.A.A. -
. Iones. Donald - Lincoln,
, ,Q -35 I Theta chi, Football.
Iones. Marcia-York, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Chorus,
Chapel Choir, W.A.A.
Kellough. Max -- Friend,
Theta Chi, Football, Basket-
ball, "W" Club.
Kemling. Orville - Grant,
Barbs, Chapel Choir, Nu-
Med, Chorus, Male A Cap-
Klemme. Amanda - Mur-
Knisely, Alice-Lincoln, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, Plains-
man Players, Theta Alpha
X, t ' Knisely. Iames - Lincoln,
l Phi Kappa Tau, Plainsman
Knosp. Alton-St. Francis,
Krogh, Milton - McCook,
Theta Chi, Pi Kappa Delta,
Kruse. Lowen - B o e 1 u s,
Barbs, Male A Cappella
Chorus, Kappa Chi,'M.S.M.,
C h o r u s , Alpha Gamma
5 Beta, Pi Gamma Mu,
Kyes. Arlayne-Archer, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, Plains-
man P l a y e r s, W.A.A.,
Chapel Choir, Yellers ol the
Brown, Social Committee.
Lane. Stanley-Otis, Colo-
Lanning. Dean - Eagle,
Barbs, Student Senate,
Y.M.C.A., Pi Kappa Delta,
Kappa Chi, Social Commit-
ka City, Willard, A.C.E.,
W.A.A., Plainsman Play-
Linder. Blyth-Fort Lawn,
South Carolina, Delta Zeta,
Cheerleader, Plain s m a n
Players, W.A.A., A.C.E., So-
Linder. Ira - Lincoln, Phi
Kappa Tau, Plainsman
Lueninghoener, Dorothy -
l-looper, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Opera, Chapel Choir.
Mclnnis, Ierry - Ravenna,
Barbs, M.S.M., Kappa Chi.
McKinney, Kay - Lincoln,
Meister. Clarence -- Hum-
boldt, Chapel Choir, Male
A Cappella Choir.
Barbs, WESLEYAN Staff,
Band, Tau Beta Sigma,
ter, Barbs, Alpha Gamma
Beta, Kappa Kappa Psi,
Plainsman Players, WES-
Nelson. Carolyn-Falls City,
Willard, Plainsman Players,
Debqte, Theta Alpha Phi,
Nottingham. Marion - Hia-
O'Donnell, Delbert - Cam-
Obs. Marvin--Friend, Theta
Chi, Kappa Kappa Psi,
Plainsman Players, Yellers
of the Brown.
ter, Colorado, Barbs, Resi-
dence Hall Counselor,
Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Pi
Gamma Mu, Social Commit-
Phi Kappa Tau, Football,
Y.M.C.A., Alpha Gamma
Parker, William - Hebron
Crescent, Student Senate
Pi Kappa Delta, Kappa Kap
Parkison, Donald - Sarg-
ent, Theta Chi, Nu-Med,
Peckham, Marian - Brady,
Alpha Gamma Delta, A.C.E.
Perry, Frances - Bertrand
Willard, B a n d, W.A.A.
Y.W.C.A., Tau Beta Sigma
Pimm, Ira - Trenton, New
Paulsen, Donald - Millard,
Purdey, Lois-Gordon, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, Chorus,
Reinick, Iacqueline - Lin-
coln, Delta Zeta, Chorus,
Chapel Choir, Y.W.C.A.
Richardson, Stewart - Lin-
coln, Theta Chi, Nu-Med.
Sheets, Betty -- Superior,
Delta Zeta, W.A.A., Y.W.-
C.A., Kappa Chi, WES-
LEYAN Staff, Yellers of the
Snyder, Iune - Cheyenne,
Stalder. Franklyn--Lincoln. J U N I O R S
Staples, Donald-Blair, Phi
Kappa Tau, Kappa Kappa
Psi, Band, Dance Band,
Swan. Elaine - Kearney,
Swanson, Paul-Grand Is-
land, Phi K a p p a Tau,
Chapel Choir, Chorus, Male
A Cappella Chorus.
New lersey, Phi Kappa Tau,
Alpha Gamma Beta fPresi-
dentl, Plainsman Players.
Thomas. Iackie - Beatrice,
Willard, A. C. E., M. S. M.,
Plainsrrian Players, Y.W.-
Tiekotter, Ianet -- Platts-
mouth, Alpha G a m m a
Delta, A.C.E., W.A.A.
Turnbull. Iohn - Central
City, Crescent, Male A Cap-
pella Chorus, Track.
Turner, Warren - Lincoln,
Phi Kappa Tau, Band, Kap-
pa Kappa Psi, Chorus.
Umbarger, Allen - Genoa,
Theta Chi, Y.M.C.A.
Van Buren. Ronald-Valem
tine, Theta Chi.
ior,, Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha
Wickstrom. Iames - Oak-
land, Theta Chi, Basketball,
Y.M.C.A., "W" Club, Social
Wilder, Beverly - Lincoln,
Phi Mu, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A..
Art Club, Majorette.
Wiltge, William-Grand Is-
land, Phi Kappa Tau, Sig-
ma Pi Sigma, Nu-Mei
Casiano, Emilo-Panama City,
Bradsby, Bernard-Story, Ore-
Durham, Francis-Fort Collins,
Hill, Mark-Beverly, Massa-
Mitchell, Charles-San Berna-
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Alkire, lane-Lexington, Delta Zeta, Allberry, Betty - Norfolk, Phi Mu, Baker, Weldon-Lincoln, Band.
Y.W.C.A., Panhellenic Council. WESLEYAN Staff, PLAINSMAN Staff,
Allard, Phil - Riverton, Wyoming, Allen, Robert-Lincoln, Basketball, Bailey, Arthur-Palisade, Crescent.
Barbs, Kappa Chi, Yellers of the Track, "W" Club.
Bennett, Robert-Long Branch, New Bloom. Donald-Holdrege, Theta Chi. Bridges. Icxmes-O'Neill, Phi Kappa
Iersey. Tau, Y.M.C.A.
Bitner. Dan-Gordon, Theta Chi, Branz, Lavawn-Gresham, Phi Mu, Brown. Gloria-Lincoln, Phi Mu,
Male A Cappella Chorus, Plainsman Chorus, WESLEYAN Staff, PLAINS- Band, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A.
Players, Nu-Med. MAN Staff, Chorus.
Bruggemcm, Dean-Lincoln. Burroughs. Robert-Rockford, Phi Caldwell, lack-Lincoln, Theta Chi,
Kappa Tau, Track, PLAINSMAN Football, Basketball, Y.M.C.A.
Staff, "W" Club.
Buettgenbach. Shirley - Lincoln, Burt, Ronald-Clay Center, Kappa Calvert, Iohn-Pierce, Crescent, Foot-
Barbs, Kappa Chi, Y.W.C.A. Chi. ' ball, "W" Club, Y.M.C.A., Nu-Med.
Canaday. Iulian-Bloomfield, Theta Carlson, Robert-Waverly, Phi Kap-
Chi, Football, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A. pa Tau, Men's A Cappella Chorus,
Carlson. Edwin-Oakland, Theta Chi. Cassell. Kenneth-Edgar, Track.
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Chapin. Charlotte-Clatskanie, Ore-
gon, Women's House Council, Kappa
Chi, Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Players.
Conger, Clayton-Loup City, Student
Senate, Debate, Y.M.C.A., I.R.C
Connett, Mary-St. Joseph, Missouri, Corbit. Elmer-Chester. Crotinger. Vern-Bison, Kansas, Phi
Barbs, Kappa Chi, Y.W.C.A., M.S.M. Kappa Tau, Chorus. Opera, Kappa
Conover. Mona - Grant, Willard, Cramer. Shyrli - Lincoln, Willard, cull' I-'rad-Oakland.
Y.W.C.A. PLAINSMAN Statf, Art Club.
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Davison. Helen-Leavenworth, Kan-
sas, Barbs, Opera, Chapel Choir,
Czapanslciy, Lee-Lincoln, Theta Chi.
Desta. Lishan-Addis Ababa, Ethi-
opia, Barbs, Y.M.C.A.
Dappen. Ioe-Lincoln, Bai-bs, Band. DeBelly, Grace - McGrew, Barbs, Doran. William-Elmwood.
A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., Yellers of the
Drake. Loisiean-Atlanta, Phi Mu, DuBois. Howard-Lincoln, Theta Chi, Dunlap, Paul-Douglas, Phi Kappa
LRC, Football, "W" Club. Tau.
Draucker. Ierome-Cozad, Theta Chi, DUDICPI ld?-DO'-191018, Phi KCIPPCI Edgar, Hamld-CO2f1d, Them Chi.
Men's A Cappella Chorus, Nu-Med. Tau.
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Edgerton, Hazel-Cambridge, Delta Fullers. Barbara-Shenandoah, Iowa, Finch. Donald-Oshkosh.
Zeta, Opera, Women's House Coun- W.A.A.. I-R-C
Eh,-hart, Vio1,g..Bqyqrd, Willard, Farrell. William-Grand Island, Stu- Fitch. Robert-Lincoln, Basketball.
Band, dent Senate.
Fletcher. Victor -- Nebraska City, Frantz. Elizabeth-Goehner, Delta Fuller. Charlene - Lincoln, Alpha
Theta Chi, Basketball, Band, Art Zeta, A.C.E., W.A.A., Yellers oi the Gamma Delta, A.C.E.
Flight. Thomas-Everett, Massachu- Frazell. Marjorie-Shelton, Barbs, Garlow. Virginia-Lincoln, Alpha
gens, Opera, A.C.E., Plainsman Players. Gamma Delta, PLAINSMAN Staff,
Gauger. Iohnn - Omaha, Phi Mu, Goldammer. Kathryn-Elkhart Lake, Gorai. Mabel-Seabrook, New Ier-
Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Players, Wisconsin, Phi Mu, Band, Art Club, sey, Barbs, W.A.A., Social Commit-
PLAINSMAN Staff. I.R.C. tee, Nu-Med'
Gentry. Robert-Gering, Phi Kappa Gollman. Mack-Punta Gorda, Flor- Gorst. Marge - Bridgeport, Delta
Tau, Football, Basketball, Y.M C.A., ida, Barbs.
Zeta, Chorus, Opera, Chapel Choir,
Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Players.
y "W" Club,-,Nu-Med.
Goth. lane--Lincoln, Phi Mu, A.C.E., Graver. Dale-Lincoln, I.R.C., Y.M.- Gregg. Norma-Clarks, Barbs, A.C.E.,
Yellers oi the Brown. C.A. Y.W.C.A., Social Committee.
Gruntski, Duane-Lincoln, Theta Chi. Green. Don-Sidney, Band, Kappa Grimes. Milton--Chambers, l.R.C.
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Hanna. Lyle-Lincoln. Han, Maynard-Ainsworth.
Harris, Sara--Wymore, Phi Mu, Kap-
pa Chi, I.R.C., Y.W.C.A., Plainsman
Hanna, Richard-Lynn, Massachu- Harrington, Ianet-Lincoln. Harrison, Iacqueline-Alliance, Delta
setts, Phi Kappa Tau, l.R.C., Yellers Zeta, Chorus, Chapel Choir, Opera,
of the Brown, Plainsman Players. Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Players.
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Theta Chi, l.R.C., Y.M.C.A., Yellers cent, Band, MaleACappella Chorus, Chi, Male A Cappella Chorus,
of the Brown, Nu-Med. Opera, Y.M.C.A. Chapel Choir.
Haye, Henry-Lyons, Theta Chi, Nu-
Heim. William-Humboldt. Hessen. Norman-Lincoln.
Hickman, Donald-Everett, Massa- Hitz, Richard--Lincoln. Householder, Ioyce-Grand Island,
chusetts, Barbs, Kappa Chi.
Hill, Ianece-Lincoln, Alpha Gamma'
Delta, Opera, Chorus, Yellers of the
Phi Mu, WESLEYAN Staff, W.A.A.,
Y.W.C.A., Social Committee.
Hoffman, Werner-Karlsruhe, Ger- Hoyt, Iackie-Bayard, Barbs, A.C.E.
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Hull, Don-Gordon, Theta Chi, Foot- Inbody, Richard-Lincoln. Iacobitz, Jacqueline-Bassett.
ball, Male A Cappella Chorus.
Huston, Iames-Martell. Irelan, Iohn-Oxford, Phi Kappa larvis, Dale-Atkinson, Phi KUPPU
Tau, Yellers of the Brown. Tau, Plainsman Players,
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johnson, Charles-Sqronville, Y.M. Iohnson, Lloyd-Lincoln. Ioura, Walden-Stanton, Y.M.C.A.,
C.A- Alpha Gamma Beta.
Johnson. Iere-Holdrege, Phi Kappa Iohnson, Lois-Polk, Band. Kamano, Dennis-Honolulu, Hawaii,
Tau, Yellers ol the Brown. Nu-Med
gh Kays, Darrel-Davenport, Washing- Koch, Richard-West Bend, Iowa, Ladine, Shirley-Sidney, Phi Mu,
ton, Barbs, Debate, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Band. WESLEYAN Staff.
Keating, Thomas - Lincoln, Theta Kotouc, lane--Humboldt, Delta Zeta, Lampshire, Wayne-Lincoln.
Chi. Band, Y.W.C.A., Tau Beta Sigma,
Lantz, Merrill-Stanton, Iowa, Band, Larsen. Robert-Garden Grove, Cali- Lemon, Peggy-Bassett.
Nu-Med. fornia, Phi Kappa Tau, Male A Cap-
pella Chorus, Chapel Choir.
Larsen, Marilyn-Bellevue, Phi Mu, Laughlin, Barbara--Lincoln, Alpha Lenhart, Ruth-Palisade, Barbs, Resi-
Chorus, Women's House Council, Gamma Delta, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A. dence Hall Counselor, Kappa Chi,
Yellers ol the Brown. Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Players.
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Lind. Ieanne-Polk, Phi Mu, Cheer- Logan, Dennis-Springview, Theta Manley, Betty-Odell, Barbs, Opera,
leader. Chi, Basketball, PLAINSMAN Staff. A.C.E.
Loder, Fred-Waverly, Male A Cap- Luschei, Martin-Lincoln, Barbs, Martin, Mark-Lincoln, Football,
pella Chorus, Opera, Orchestra, Student Senate, I.R.C. Basketball.
Massie. Ronald-Blue Springs. Mclnnis, Ioanne-Ravenna, Barbs, Meier. Delores-Lincoln, Delta Zeta,
Residence Hall Counselor, Kappa WESLEYAN Staff, PLAINSMAN Staff,
Chi, Y.W.C.A., M.S.M. Y.W.C.A., Yellers pf the Brown.
McCoy, Iames-Auburn, Band, Orch- McRoberts. Ruth - Gurley, Barbs, Middleton, Muriel-Brady, Willard,
estra. A.C.E., Yellers of the Brown. Art Club, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A.
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Michael. Kassa--Addis Ababa, Ethi- Morgan. Lee - Gordon, Theta Chi, Munkres, Robert-Broadwater, Barbs,
opia, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A. Basketball. WESLEYAN Staff, I.R.C.
Moline. Boyd-Los Angeles, Cali- Morrison, William-Abilene, Kansas. Murdock. Lavonda-Nehawka, Barbs,
tornia, Phi Kappa Tau, Basketball, Yellers of the Brown.
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Nelson, Barbara-Lewellen, Barbs. Nelson, Eugene-Lincoln, Crescent, Neth. Lucille-Greenwood, Women's
Football, "W" Club. House Council.
Nelson, Clarice-Raymond, Barbs, Nelson, Paul-Ceresco, Male A Cap- Niehaus, Donald-Lincoln.
A.C.E., W.A.A., Yellers of the Brown. pella Chorus, Chorus.
Niehaus. Donna--Lincoln, Phi Mu, Neutzman, Raymond - Columbus, Obermeyer, Paul - Lincoln, Theta
W-A-A-. Y.W.C.A. Barbs, Kappa Chi, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A. Chi, Band, Football, "W" Club.
Norlin. Marilyn-Ft. Collins, Colo- Oakeson. Dwayne - Wolbach, Phi Oliver. Ieannie-North Platte, Delta
rddo, Phi Mu, WESLEYAN Staff, Kappa Tau, Y.M.C.A. Zeta, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A.
Y.W.C.A., Plainsman Plavers.
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Olsen, Rosalie-Minden, Delta Zeta, Palmquist. Patricia-Omaha, Alpha Peterson, Delores-Kilgore, Phi Mu,
A,C,E,, Y,W,C.A., Yellers of the Gamma Delta, Student Senate, I.R.C. PLAINSMAN Staff, W.A.A., I.R.C.
Olson, Edith-Genoa, Barbs, Resi- Pennington. Barbara - Wauneta, Peterson. Robert-Brady, Phi Kappa
dence Hall Counselor, Kappa Chi, Barbs, Residence Hall Counselor, Tau, I.R.C., Y.M.C.A.
Y.W.C.A., Yellers of the Brown. KCIDDG Chi-
Phillips. Charles-Lincoln. Priofert. Wilma - Fairmont, Alpha Rarick. Ioyce-Bellwood, Delta Zeta,
Gamma Delta, Opera, Chorus, A.C.E. Girl's Glee, W.A.A.
Poyer, lean-Grand Island, Willard, Rager. Clarice-Gordon, Alpha Gam- - Ray. Beverly--Grand Island, Willard,
Opera, Chapel Choir. ma Delta, Y.W.C.A. Girl's Glee, Kappa Chi, Y.W.C.A.,
, Yellers oi the Brown, M.S.M.
Read. Roberta - Lincoln, Willard, Richards. Mary - Palisade, Barbs, Rittenburg. Bonita-Lincoln.
Girl's Glee, Yellers of the Brown. Yellers of the Brown.
Reeves. Ruth--Palmer. Rihn. Erma-Gurley, Willard. Roberts. Kathleen - Lincoln, Delia
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Rogers. Kenneth-Tampa, Florida. Ruiz. Iulia-Panama City, Panama. Sanchez. Iulio-David, Republic of
Roaene. Phil--Lincoln. Sabin. Robert-Scottsbluff. Sasse. Carl-Gordon, Theta Chi.
Schmidt, Milton-Lincoln, Crescent, Scott, Bernard-Scotia, Phi Kappa Seward,Marilyn-Lincoln.
Football. Tau, Kappa Chi, Y.M.C.A., M.S.M.
Schriener, Donald-Cook. Scovil, Mary-Calmar, Iowa, Willard. Shatter, Clittord-Columbus, Foot-
Shaw, Robert-Edgar. Smith, Dale-Lincoln. Smith, Isabel-Rock Port, Missouri,
Delta Zeta, Girl's Glee, Chorus.
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Soper, Hurry-Everett, lvlassachu- Spellman, Genevieve-Martell, Phi Spohn, Marion-Chester, Phi Kappa
setts, Barbs, Kappa Chi, M.S.M. Mu, Y.W.C.A. Tau.
Speir, Donald--Lincoln. Spiers, Duane-Denver, Colorado, Stark, Ieannie - Lexington, Delta
Zeta, Co-Editor of Handbook, Plains-
man Players, A.C.E.
Art Club, Kappa Chi.
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ritory ol Hawaii, Kappa Chi.
Stone, Margaret-Lincoln, Willards. Sundberg, Janice-Polk, Alpha Gam- TeKolste, Melvin-Hickman.
ma Delta, A.C.E., W.A.A,
'1'eSelle, Cleo-Firth, Alpha Gamma Thurston, Robert - Barton, Florida,
Delta, Girl's Glee, Women's House Barbs.
Thober, Ioan-Beatrice, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., Yellers
of the Brown.
Kappa Tau, Band, Opera.
Turner, lohn - Mcxnilla, Iowa, Phi Tyrrell, Roger-Waverly.
Urbom. Beverly-Arapahoe, Willard, Weston, Elton-Gibbon, Phi Kappa Whited, Dale - Norfolk, Crescent,
PLAINSMAN Staff, Y.W.C.A., Yellers Tau. Roadshow.
oi the Brown, Panhellenic Council.
Westerlin, Keith--Overton, Kappa Weston, Irving-Gibbon, Phi Kappa Wiegers, Rolland-Western, Cres
Chi. Tau, Basketball. cent, Football, Basketball.
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WESLEYAN Staff, W.A.A., Plainsman Tau, Band, Male A Cappella Chorus,
Players, Panhellenic Council, I.R.C. Y.M.C.A.
Witte, Dorothy-York, Phi Mu, I.R.C.,
Yeutter. Georgiana-Cozad, Willard,
Band, Kappa Chi, Y.W.C.A.
Zlomke, Wayne-Ord, Phi Kappa
Tau, Band, Nu-Med.
Yenney, Cleo--Grand Island, Phi Mu
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Bain, Harriet-Greeley, Colorado
Bangs, Catherine-Montrose, Kansas.
Bieck, Fred-Grand Island.
Clark. Marilyn-Albin, Wyoming
Collins, Patsy-Wood River.
Coon. Robert-Windsor, Colorado.
Damm. Theoma-Elk Creek.
Damall. Phyllis-Grand Island.
Dominguez, Gerudo Rio-Lincoln.
Ellis, Mary-St. Edward.
Farmer. William-Falls City.
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M -4 Gentry, Richard-Gering.
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Grundrnan Barbara-Nebraska City.
Harkness, Franklin -Cozctd.
S, i 1 Harris, Guy-O'Nei11.
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A - i 1' K Herpolsheimer, Sue-Lincoln.
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Keniield, Twyla-Big Springs.
Kennedy, Ruth-Newman Grove.
Kessler, I ohn-Sutherland.
Kreps, Burl-Riverton, Wyoming.
Lawson. Donald-David City.
Linlc, Shiela--St. Michael.
Livgren, Barbara--Clay Center.
Mackey, Icxmes-Gloucester, Mass.
Merritt, Connie-Altomonte Springs, F loridcz.
Miller, Robert-Falls City.
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Olivares, Mario-David. Chiriqui, Panama.
Olson, Dolores-St. Edward.
Peters, Marjorie--Nebraska City.
Portschi, Elizabeth-Herndon, Kansas.
Schuessler, Donald-Grand Island.
Shull, Rogene-Central City.
Skerrit, Catherine-Malvern, Iowa.
Thompson, Mary-Estancia, New Mex.
Tucker, William-North Platte.
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SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS
Davis Allen-Sharon, Massachusetts.
Frye. Robert-Windsor, Colorado.
I ackman. Ruth-Norfolk.
Kang. Moon--Seoul, Korea.
Shields. George--Monrovia, Ind1ana
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Future chemists try out their know-how in
the chemistry lab.
General co-ordination for the entire instruc-
tional program is accomplished through the
administrative council-including the Chan-
cellor, the deans, the registrar, the two person-
nel deans, and the divisional chairmen. There
are eighteen departments grouped into three
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major fields: the natural sciences, the social
sciences, and the humanities.
Students, with the assistance of Miss Lux, learn
many types of handicraft.
Dr. Rosentrater imparts knowledge of logic to Girls learn the fundamentals oi basketball and
these students in the philosophy department. other sports in physical education classes.
The Division of the Natural Sciences in-
cludes astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology,
hygiene, industrial arts, mathematics, physical
education, and physics.
The Division ot the Social Sciences includes
business administration, education, geogra-
phy, history, political science, psychology, and
The Division ot the Humanities includes art,
1anguages', literature, music, philosophy, re-
ligion, and speech.
These boys are gaining practical knowledge in
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The biology department prepares students for further
professional training in classes such as this one of nurses
Students now, teachers of tomorow.
These future mathematicians explore the
mysteries of calculus.
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The department of education provides
preparation for teaching in all grades from
the kindergarten through the senior high
school. It enables students to fulfill require-
ments tor certificates to teach in Nebraska and
most other states. Students who plan to teach
must plan their college work with the counsel
of some staff member in the department.
Woodworking gives the students a working knowledge
The courses in biology are designed to
serve three purposes: to furnish a general
knowledge of living things to those who are
not planning to specialize in biological sci-
encesg to provide thorough basic training for
those who will pursue graduate studies or
enter professional fieldsg to develop for all a
broad perspective of the relationship between
the biological sciences and human Welfare.
Embryology students delve into the science
To understand and compile statistics is the aim
of this class.
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The department of English aims to serve
three groups ot students: those who have spe-
cial interests in literature and composition,
those who are turned professionally toward
literary science, journalism, the teaching of
English, or the ministry, and those who will
use the English language primarily as a tool
and who need direction for profitable and
Students learn that the taster one goes, the more
mistakes one makes, in advanced typing class.
While listening attentively to how the British seized a
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Psychology students deal with the evaluation oi test
scores and its relation to statistics in this course of
- psychological statistics.
The department oi history aims to help
students in establishing bases for fair interpre-
tations and sound judgments. Its courses are
arranged to meet the needs of two groups of
students: those who will enter professions
where they will need considerable specializa-
tion in history, and those who Wish to study
history as a part of the cultural program of a
liberal arts training.
Future chemists deal with the problems ofthe unknown
Cerwin port' Students Smile for lhe photographer in and unknowns under the able eye of a lab assistant.
the Flmerican history class.
The courses in music are ar
ranged to provide training for
students who desire specializa-
tion in the field and for those who
Wish to study music as one of the
cultural features of their college
program. A plan of study may
be elected leading to a degree
with music as a major or a mino
es for those who are
interested in other languages.
These students lear
n the prob-
lems in regard
to our growing
Posting in the ledger cmd
balancing the book. Such is
the life f
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QLMHRON WILDER EVERETT POE
Editor Business Manager
The first Nebraska Wesleyan University annual
issued in 1896, was entitled the OBO for the Oro-
phtlian Literary Society, which produced it. In l9Ul
the name was changed to the SUNFLOWER, with
various classes taking turns at producing it.
The COYOTE was a result of another title
change in 1907. lt was published for thirty-tour
years until the present title, the PLAINSMAN, was
adopted in 1934.
A style change in 1935 revealed a magazine
type annual, which was released in three issues.
The PLAINSMAN magazine was subsequently pro-
duced in two issues, one each fall and spring.
This is the second year the staff of the PLAINS-
MAN has returned to the single issue in an attempt
to portray the events ol the year in a more logical
and coherent arrangement.
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In the early years the WESLEYAN was in reality
more a magazine than a newspaper. In i893 it
came out monthly and was bound by stiff paper
covers in varying hues, thus adding color ,to the
news. At the turn of the century it was a semi-
monthly, and by the l92O's it had definitely taken
on the aspects of a newspaper.
During the war years the WESLEYAN was
issued as a section of the University Place News. In
1947 it became an independent publication appear-
Several notable changes in the typographic style
have recently been made, giving it a distinctive and
attractive appearance. As a result of these changes
the WESLEYAN was rated as a first-class paper
Today the paper serves the college community
with the latest campus news. It also provides an
opportunity for those interested in journalism to
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BETTY SHEETS Lois CI-HRK
Co-Hssistant Editor C0-Resistant Ediiltl'
Outstanding feature writers and the art editor get together for a chat about that second
page in the weekly Wesleyan. Left to right are Wayne Brown, lim Munkres and Keith
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Wesleyan stall members are, lelt to right, Kenny Rogers, lim Munkres, Warren Bnthony, Delores Meier, Bob Bushnell, Bob
Murxkres, Betty Sheets and Lois Clark.
Not pictured are Dwain Iones, LaVawn rcmtz, Ioyce ouse
Plainsman stall members are pictured below. First row. left to right. are Tom Waring, Beverly Urbom, Iamie Hllberry, Ev Poe,
Qi Wilder, Bob Dunn, Ramona Brooks, and Bob Burroughs.
Second row: lean Brurikow, Delores Peterson, Rig loosten, Iollnn Gauger, Iohn Harding, LcxVawn Brcntz, and Delores Meier.
Third row: Shirley Hampton, Hlice Iansen, Keith Heuftle, Pat Cassel, Denny Logan, Ruth Kennedy, and Genene Brigham.
Not pictured are Barbara Botsch and Sam Wakai.
B H holder, Doris Fry, Shirley Ladine, Mary Lou Magorian, Ray
Neutzmcm, Tom Conway and Tom Waring.
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Fred Hess, who acted as faculty adviser to the M
student publications at Wesleyan this year, serves
the school as Director of Public Relations. He is the
key figure in general and sports publicity, and also
the alumni program of Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-
In recognition of his outstanding achievement in
the field of college sports publicity, he was awarded
All-America recognition by the Helms Athletic
Foundation for the year l949-50.
Fred Hess, adviser to Wesleyan's student publications
The Wesleyan Handbook is published each fall under the sponsorship of the Y.W.C.H. and the Y.M.C.H,
The co-editors this year were Jeannie Stark and Ben Hckert.
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The opera, "The Bartered Bride," revolved around
the Feast-day in a Bohemian village, the day that
Kezal, the marriage-broker, chose for the meeting
of the Krushina and Micha families. The object of
the meeting was to arrange a marriage between
Marie and Vashek, the son of a wealthy landowner.
Marie, however, loved Ienik, a youth recently em-
ployed in the village. After many quarrels and
misunderstandings, the two parents are finally con-
vinced that Marie and Ienik should marry. The
factor that swings them over is brought out in the
climax of the opera when it becomes evident that
lenik is the long lost son of Micha. The couple
receive the blessings of everyone at the final curtain.
Right: Ienik, Bill Cooper, and Marie, Iackie Harrison, have a
bit of disagreement in one of the scenes ofthe Bartered Bride,
THE BARTE RED BRIDE
Principal Comedian - -
Left: Ierry Hedges, as Vashek, strikes a po
of the few that he uses in The Bartered Bri
KfUShil'1CI - - Robert Larson
Ludmilcl - - Dorothy Lueninghoener
MC1Fi9 - - Iackie Harrison
MiCl'1C1 - - Iohn Berry
Hata - - lean Poyer
VCISTIGIC - - lerry Hedges
lenik - - - Dick Connell
se similar to one
Hensman, Casselman, Larson, Cooper.
Connell, Weidler, Hunter, Hedges.
The Plainsman Quartet this year was composed of
Robert l-lensman, Richard Casselman, Robert Larson, and
William Cooper. This versatile group has furnished many
hours of enjoyable listening to their audiences.
Richard Connell, Mark Weidler, Robert Hunter, and
lerry Hedges, as the Wesleyan Quartet, won the approval
of their audiences with their vocal harmony.
The Male A Cappela Chorus of Nebraska Wesleyan
University under the direction of Professor Leonard Paul-
son completed another successful season with a tour
throughout central and western Nebraska and eastern
The group also featured two Plainsmen quartets along
with several vocal soloists.
The Chapel Choir under the direction of Professor Oscar
Bennett is composed of thirty-three selected students of
music. This group furnished the music for the weekly
chapel programs, and also presented two concerts during
The Girls' Glee Club was composed of twenty-five girls
under the direction of Miss Mary l-lolding. The group pre-
sented their annual Christmas concert for Wesleyan stu-
dents and completed a successful year by making a tour
of eastern Nebraska and western lowa and Missouri. The
group also included smaller vocal groups and featured
1: Mark Wcidler, Craig Worrall, Professor Leonard Paulson, Robert Carlson, Robert llunter, Fred Brock
2: Loren Cruise, Gordon Hamilton, Richard Hart, Robert Hensman, Orville Kemlmg, Richard Connell.
3: Lyle Nelson, Iohn Hedges, Ierry Hedges, William Cooper, Paul Young, Guy Harris.
4: William Brasch, Paul Swanson, Merton, Ouaife, Robert Larson, Richard Casselman, Ierry Durochcr.
pictured: Marvin Plourd.J
l: Helen Davmon Beth FIHOCY Marcxa Iones Betty Corblt O car Bennett Mary Loume Qlls Marzlyn Grossoehmc
2: Flrlayne Kyes Vnglnla Van Stckle lean Poyer Dorothy Luemnqhoener Iacquellne llarnson Barbara Synder Ioan
H'll, Ph ll W th
3: Lille Nglsoqn glvmlle Kemlmg Robert Ilunter Davxd l"van laccompam tj Robert Hensman Rlchard Halt Gerald
Hedges, Wlllxam Cooper
4: William Bra ch Iohn Berry Paul Nicholas Rtchard Cas elman Bon Qkcrt Robert Larson Phtllp Iaclcman Paul
William Beeney, Iames McCoy, Sheila Link, and
Martha Clifton were featured as a saxophone quartet
during the bands annual tour.
The trombone quartet consisted of Mae Hansen,
Charles Anderson, Donald Staples, and Ervin Unvert.
The majorettes featured at the football games this year
The drum major and majorettes are featured performers
of the Pride of the Plainsman Band. During the past year
two of the girls, Miss Allberry and Miss Williams, became
members of the Goalpost Club. Membership in this or-
ganization is earned by throwing a baton over the goal-
post and catching it.
The concert band of Nebraska Wesleyan University is
one unit of the instrumental program. Throughout the en-
tire year, this instrumental program is divided into the
marching band for football games, pep band for basket-
ball games, and the concert band which takes an annual
spring tour throughout the midwest.
The l95O tour consisted of sixty two members who
traveled fifteen hundred miles. The group presented forty
concerts in two weeks time traveling through four states.
The instrumental program also included a clarinet quartet,
saxophone quartet, trombone quartet, and a horn ensemble.
were Erma lean West Beny Williams Betty Auberry Ben Akert successfully completed his first year as drum
Beverly Wilder cmd Dorina Sutton ' ' 4 major. He has performed commendably in this position.
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Many hours of dancing enjoyment
have been furnished to the students of
Nebraska Wesleyan by the members
of the dance band. The group was in
popular demand for dances in the stu-
dent union after the basketball games.
Ably led by William Hare, the dance
band successfully completed its fourth
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The 1949-50 dramatic season at Wesleyan
started with Hatcher Hughes' Pulitzer Prize win-
ner, Hlllrsenic and Old Lace." Love, insanity and
murder were mixed into such a blend of relaxing
humor that the play was by far one of the biggest
successes of the current season. The Whole plot
revolved around the antics of two old maids who
seemed to enjoy putting people out of the way
just for the love of doing it. The entire action of
the play took place in the living room of the
Brewster home in Brooklyn. The play was under
the direction of Rex Cosler, new addition to the
stall ol the speech department.
Right: Hbby Brewster and Martha Brewster, Beth Rosenar
and Hrlene Stetina in real life, plot further mischief and
murder in one scene ol Qrsenic and Old Lace.
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ARSENIC AND CLD LACE
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ANDY Brewster - - - Beth Rosenau
The Bev. Dr. Harper - Bob Coon
Teddy Brewster - - B111 Hare
Officer Brophy - - Brice Moore
Officer Klein - - - Dick Hamm
Martha Brewster - - Arlene Sfetinq
MT- Gibbs - - - Dan Bitner
Ionathan Brewster - - Bob Whited
Elaine Harper - - - Alice Ann Knisely
Mortimer Brewster - - Don Buchholz
Otlicer O'Hara - - Gordon Hamilton
Dr. Einstein - Bob Kuester
Left: Don Buchholz and Hlice Knisely as Mortimer Brew-
ster and Elaine Harper pose for the photographer between
Nora - -
Fred Nicholls -
Miss Gilpin -
Mr. Sloan -
Peters - -
The play, "The Straw," under the guest direc-
torship of Mr. George Randol, was an intense
drama written by that well known playwright,
Eugene O'Neill. It was a tragedy about a young
girl's fight against tuberculosis, and the play, for
the most part, takes place in a sanitoriurn. The
straw to which the girl clings as her family and
friends drift away was the love of a fellow patient
who was an ambitious Writer. The play had an
excellent portrayal on the part oi each character
and carried the mood of the tragedy right out
into the audience.
Left: Dale Iarvis and Marilyn Norlin, as Stephen Murray
and Eileen Carmody, rehearse a scene, while George-
Randol, guest director, looks on.
- Iohn Berry
- Bob Hunter
- Ed Bjorling
- Dale Iarvis
Mary Louise Alfs
- - Bill Hotz
- Darrell Kays
- Keith Heuftle
Right: Doctor 'Gaynor, Bob Hunter, and Bill Carmody,
Iohn Berry, look undisturbed at some faraway object
as they come to grips over the moving of Eileen to the
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Wesleyan's third play of the year, "The Old
Maid," with Carolyn Nelson in the title role as
Chatty, sketched the character of an old maid,
not the situation. The characters Were so com-
plex, so human. Delia, in real life Betty Corbit,
co-starred with Chatty and provided the con-
sistent factor that was so necessary to heighten
the suspense. Chatty was motivated by love and
hate, Delia responds with great pity and tender-
ness which later turns to selfishness.
Right: The romantic side to The Old Maid is provided by
Tina, Ruth Lenhart, and Lanning Halsey, portrayed by
THE CLD IVIAID
Delia Lovell - - Betty Corbit
Charlotte Lovell Carolyn Nelson
Dr. Lanskell - - Bob tones
MTS- Mi1'1Q0lf - Ieane Brillhart
Iames Ralston Bob Whited
loseph Ralston - Bill Wiltse
Lanning Halsey - jack Sterkel
lohn Halsey - - Fred Beick
Delia Halsey Nfmcy young
Tina - - Ruth Lenhart
NCTC ---- - Edna Parks
Mrs. Iennie Meade - - Alice Deissler
Left: Carolyn Nelson poses delightfully for the photog-
rapher. She is dressed as Chatty, complete with the new
Mrs. Deazy - -
Sister Mary -
Miss Stearns -
May Delaney -
Harry - -
Ienny - - -
Mr. Parkside -
The play, "Ienny Kissed Me," was a delightful
comedy centered around the life of a parish priest
and his community. Father Moynihan, the priest,
is dictated to by his housekeeper, by the high
school girls for whom he attempts to serve as a
fashion authority, and last and most of all, by
Ienny. The entire authority of the Catholic church
failed to make a St. Genevieve out of Ienny.
The play preaches no preachment, crusades
in no cause, save that of Daniel Cupid's.
Leit: Father Moynihan, played by Phil Iackman, looks up
from his pipe tor a moment to speak a piece of advice
JENNY KISSED IVIE
- Tom Keating
- Helen Davison
- Gladys Lee
- Sara Harris
- Ioyce Crawford
- Ioan Ianda
- Virginia Schurr
- - Wes Howe
- - Bob Munn
Right: Ienny, in real life Ioyce Householder, poses an
intriguing question to Michael Sanders, played by Tom
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Carolyn Nelson, a junior from Falls City, is a veteran
of two years with the Road Show. Both Ioyce Crawford,
a junior from Beatrice, and Ken White, a senior from
Plattsmouth, have been with the Road Show for a year.
Newcomers this year are Betty Corbit, junior from Ches-
ter, Ruth Lenhart, sophomore from Palisade, Dale Iarvis,
sophomore from Atkinsong Dwight Smith, sophomore from
Falls City: and Bob Whited, sophomore from Norfolk.
The Church show for this year was the "Golden
Bough". The title is taken from Virgil's Aeneid. He has
Aeneas lured into the Wood of Diane in which is the
Golden Bough. It serves as a passport with which he can
even get to the underworld and back in safety. For our
modern 'golden bough' we use the H-bomb, automobiles,
and the American dollar. With these we are deluded
into thinking there is no liberty we can't take and avoid
For the high schools the Road Tour takes a revelation
of our "buck-passin' ways". The Black Yak used to be
an elected office of a man who could carry the sins of
the community. li he lived through the year with all the
sins on his shoulders, out of courtesy, the-gentleman was
reelected. In song and story, with humor and drama we
take the message of honest responsibility to the Nebraska
and Wyoming high schools.
Betty Corbit Dale Iarvis
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"Bus" Knight has a record of 24 wins, 10 losses
and 4 ties. In 329 games played since 1896, the
Yellow and Brown have won 168, lost 130, and
tied 31. Other statistics: Wesleyan-105 first
downs, Opponents-74, Wesleyan-total yards
gained, 2,3705 Opponents-l,735.
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For the first time since 1941, the Plainsmen lost more games
than they won. They gained an even 4-4 split in the Nebraska
College Confesence, but a 13-6 loss to Omaha U. in the sea-
son's opener put them on the red side of the ledger.
A squad of nearly 70 hopefuls including 27 returning letter-
men reported to l-lead Coach "Bus" Knight for early drills.
A 40 man varsity unit was maintained.
Injuries to key performers at crucial times definitely slowed
the Plainsmen. A great Wayne crew who captured the NCC
crown and had an undefeated season put a dent in Wesleyan
hopes for the title by edging the Methodists, 20-13, in their
second conference joust. Previously, a weak York eleven was
trampled by Wesleyan, 34-0, Del Miller accounting personally
for three T.D.'s.
The Plainsmen bounced back on a three game winning
streak, nipping Kearney 14-13, smashing Midland 43-7, and
edging Peru 12-6. But the roof fell in when Doane took the
traditional homecoming tussle by a narrow 20-14 margin.
Chadron and Hastings were victorious in the final two con-
tests, the former in a 13-7 thriller, the second by a 6-0 count.
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Nebraska Wesleyan need not take a back seat to any college in the state
in the matter of facilities for maintenance of a program of intercollegiate
Athletic facilities include the beautiful O. N. Magee stadium, gymnasium,
an eight lane standard track with 220 yard straightaway, practice football
field, tennis courts, and an intramural field. The stadium seats five thousand
and houses dressing rooms, showers and offices.
Plans are being formulated for the construction of a new gymnasium to
replace the present inadequate structure. The board of trustees has sanc-
tioned solicitation of funds for such a building which is proposed to include
complete Physical Education facilities, a "W" club headquarters, and athletic
At the present time a divisional major in physical education is being
offered. However, administrative sources agree that when physical education
facilities are enlarged and modernized, a physical education major will be
Wesleyan is a member of the Nebraska College Athletic Conference which
includes the leading colleges in Nebraska. Besides the four varsity sports,
football, basketball, track, and baseball, which is being offered for the first
time this year, a comprehensive intramural program is maintained. This
includes competition in volleyball, touch football, basketball, softball, track,
table tennis and archery.
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Rough and ready Cliff Squires was an outstand-
ing performer, both on offense and defense. The
passing ot Mark Martin and Ken White, and the
receiving of Del Miller, Bob Ketterer, and Aldy
Iohnson also sparkled. Ev Poe, the "human dyna-
mo," boasted a remarkably high average as the
team's punter. Then there 'Was the highly com-
mendable but little publicized work of such husky
linernen as Dick Meyer, Tom Mihane, Al Calvert,
Iohn Iohnston, Bill Slaughter and Dick Nesmith, just
to mention a few.
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Fill-Flmerican recognition, Ptlthough he moved to the to Tom Ernel, Hastings guard, for being outstanding
fullback slot this year, he was listed as center for linesman of the conference. This trophy was donated
his tremendous line-backing ability. Doane college by the Lincoln businessmen in honor of Bill Carriker,
athletes honored Cliff at a banquet. former Wesleyan linesman.
Seventeen lettermen graduate this year, leaving
many shoes to be filled next year. Pill told, 34 letters
Players receive last minuie instruc-
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After winning 9 out of the first 10 games in a blazing
start, the Plainsmen faltered near the end of the season and
lost 4 of the last 5 games. The season's record of 17 wins
and 8 losses was good enough to earn, for the second con-
secutive year, a direct bid to the National A.A.U. Tourna-
ment in Denver.
Wesleyan owned at least one victory over every team
in the N.C.C. except the champion Peru Bobcats and third
place Chadron. Both Peru and Chadron were forced into
extra periods to conquer the battling Plainsmen.
The Methodists lost the three-overtime Chadron game
although they piled up their highest total of the season,
84-83. On the other hand, the lowest total points produced
a victory over Eastern New Mexico, 37-36. The Plainsmen
collected 1,461 points over the 25 game route for a 58.4
Left: Irv Peterson, coach.
Below: Varsity squad, Coaches Peterson and Knight, Manager Hanna.
Delbert Miller, unanimously selected as the outstanding
player in the NCC., set some scoring records that are likely
to stand for some time. The speedy forward smashed the
old N.CC. standard of 331 points by totalling 346 in 16 con-
ference games. Miller also rang up 570 tallies to establish
a new school mark for any season. Throughout the season,
the four year letterman ranked high in the nation in individ-
ual scoring, according to statistics released by the National
Association of Intercollegiate Basketball.
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Bob Gentry Bob Fitch
FINAL N.C.C. STANDINGS
Bob Gaston Burl Kreps Lee Morgan
Tom Waring Rollie Wiegers
Wesleyan 53 - -
Wesleyan 53 - -
Wesleyan 46 - -
Wesleyan 73 - -
Wesleyan 37 - -
Wesleyan 54 - -
Wesleyan 50 - -
Wesleyan 61 -
Wesleyan 58 - -
Wesleyan 66 - -
Wesleyan 62 - -
Wesleyan 49 - -
Wesleyan 59 - -
Wesleyan 58 - -
Wesleyan 50 - -
Wesleyan 63 - -
Wesleyan 49 - -
Wesleyan 54 - -
Wesleyan 71 -
Wesleyan 63 - -
Wesleyan 60 -
Wesleyan B3 -
Wesleyan 68 -
Wesleyan 75 - -
Wesleyan 46 - -
- Wartburg Cla.l College
- Central lMo.J College
- Westmar lla.l - - -
- Colorado College - -
- EasiermNew Mexico -
- Wesimar Cla.l College
- Buena Vista Qlaj - -
- Omaha University - -
- Midland ------
- Wayne ------
- Kearney - - - - -
- Hastings ------
- Peru Covertimel - - -
- Kearney ------
- Doane - - - - -
- Hastings ------
- Midland ------
- Omaha University - -
- Doane ------
- York -------
- Wayne ------
- Chaclron C3 overtimesl
- Chadron ------
- York - - - - -
NHTIONHL B.H.U. TOURNHMENT, DENVER
Wesleyan 73 - -
Wesleyan 55 -
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Only eight lettermen reported for the 1950
track squad at Nebraska Wesleyan. They were
Charlie Harrison, lack Cudaback, and Gil Hill in
the middle distances, weight men Bob Ketterer
and Cliff Squires, pole vaulter Bob Allen, broad
jumper Iohn Turnbull, and dash man Del Miller.
Coach Bus Knight was not very optimistic about
the outlook. This assignment was Knight's last
before leaving the coaching duties at Wesleyan.
A fine young crop of underclassmen was
capable of producing surprises, however. Per-
formers showing early promise included Burl
Kreps, half mile, Bill Rogers, hurdles, Boyd Mo-
line, half mile, Doug Rossman, mile and half
mile, Ed Bjorling, 440 yard dash, and Herman
Dean Burham, newcomer from Lincoln, lets
go the discus with a mighty heave in pre-
V Ed Bjorling-passes the baton to Don Iohnson in cr practice relay. Both
freshmen showed great promise in pre-season training.
8 Sioux City Relays
12 Doane - Midland - Wesleyan at
14 Dana - Concordia - Wesleyan at
25 York at York
2 Omaha-York-Wesleyan at Wes-
5 Peru Invitational at Peru
9 Doane Relays at Doane
19-20 NCC Meet at Kearney
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ort dash -
Veterans Dick Hanna, Iack Cuda-
back, and Boyd Moline run a short
880 to see how the legs' leel.
Bill Rogers and Ierry Eastin clear
the high sticks for the camera man.
Batteries for Wesleyan's first year in-
cluded fbacl: :owl catcher Mel Sheary,
pitchers Doyle Hansen, Bill Sorrenson,
and Bob Kropp, and catcher Curly Wes-
ton. Front row includes Ira Pimm, Dale
Zink, and Archie Gustafson.
For the first time in more than twelve years,
Nebraska Wesleyan fielded a 'baseball team.
The hard ball sport was brought back on an ex-
perimental basis largely through the efforts of
Coach lrv Peterson.
A tremendous squad of almost 90 hopefuls
reported for initial workouts. Plans called for a
20 man varsity squad, and a "B" squad for the
overflow. There were several promising pros-
pects with a background of American Legion
and town team experience. Afternoon games
are scheduled for the new, University Place
Outfield candidates wait in line for some
practice at fly-catching. Picture at right
shows a few of the 40 ocld candidates for
the garden positions.
Infield candidates were Cback row! Burl Kreps, Wayne Cash, Bob Gaston, Dick Iohnson, Hank Meyer, Ray
Owens. Second row: Denny Logan, Iim Runyan, Irv Weston, Lowell Conkel, Bob Carlson and Coach Irv
Peterson. First row: Cliff Squires, Mark Martin, lim Wickstrom, Roger Fosbender, and Rollie Wiegers,
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checked the clock and
score keeper in the gym
in preparation of the
The men's intramural system, with the revised point system
in effect, took on the appearance of a more effective sports
program for non-varsity sports men. The sports were divided
into three groups, the first major sports, the second minor sports,
and the third individual sports. The major sports were touch
football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. The minor sports
were team golf, tennis, badminton. Also the track meet and
turkey race were included in this category. The third group had
in it such sports as basketball free throw contest, golf medal
play, table tennis singles and doubles.
That old pill was slapped hard
for a spike during a hot intramural
volleyball game. Six men were
allowed to a team, three in the
front court and three in the back
The Theta Chi football team lined up for a picture while two other members of the championship team
look on to the goings-on. Team members, left to right: Virgil Condon, Dennis lcogan, Rod Elson, Bill Heller,
Harold Edgar, Carl Sasse, Don Bloom, Ierry Draucker, Iim Wickstrom, Oscar Weidler and Henry Haye.
The champions were many and varied this year,
each group playing on equal terms with other
teams. Football champs were the Theta Chis. Bas-
ketball honors Went to the men from the Crescent
house. The Phi Taus won the fall cross-country
Turkey Race and the Basketball Free Throw Contest.
The Independent teams, although they didn't Win
any tirst places, were very active this year, and
placed second several times. The spring sports
included track, softball, and volleyball.
Fake and Finesse were the key
words in the table tennis doubles
tournament, held in the student
union in the early spring.
The winners hold up the stakes
for the crowd to see right alter they
finished running the cross-country
Turkey Race, Left to right are Boyd
Moline, Ed Bjorling and Doug Ross-
The Crescent football team takes time out after the season is over to pose lor the stall photographer
Left to right: Harris Holle, lim Porter, Doyle Hansen, Gil l-lill, Iohn Calvert, HI Calvert Don Poulson and
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"Mike" Buie, our Intramural
Director, plans out the sched-
ule for the season.
Under the organization and supervision ot our
Physical Education director, Miss Buie, Intramurals
grew rapidly at Nebraska Wesleyan this year and
Intramural champions were chosen in three major and
three minor sports.
The Phi Mu Sorority were Basketball champions
and the Barbs, the Volleyball champions.
Phi Mus were also Winners of both the singles and
doubles table tennis tournaments.
Badminton tournaments were played in March and
the softball in April and May.
Ready for a game of doubles.
Badminton is a new sport in-
included in the Intramural
program this year.
PHI MU SORORITY BRSKETBHLL CHAMPIONS
Left to right. Shirley Ladine, LaVawn Branz, Jane Goth, Ramona Brooks, Beverly Wilder, Miriam Eckles.
Kneeling, Delores Peterson.
Officiating for these tournaments Was done by the
officiating class composed of girls majoring and minor-
ing in physical education.
Each major sport champion receives a plaque and
the organization with the most points at the end of
the season is awarded the Girls Intramural trophy.
Checking out softball equipment for the
season at hand.
Martie Clifton, Ioyce Crawford, and Roberta Embree H tense moment in an exciting table
discover it takes good form and skill to be an expert. tennis match.
BRRBS VOLLEYBALL CHI-IMPIONS
lov l: Rlice Nisely, Carol Fischer, Theoma Damm, Betty Manley. Ioan Ianda.
Bow 2: Nancy Osborne, Barbara Nelson, Mary Story, Marcia Duey.
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How l: Miss Snow, Miss Lux, Miss Booth, Miss Lenlest, Shirley Hampton, and Miss Corns.
llow 2: Roberto Iackman, Miss Slonecker, Mr. Bartley, Dr. Roseritrater, Dean Goss, Dr, Iensen, and Dorothy Blough.
Row 3: Dr, Callen, Don Marsh, Iohn Lux, Don Lorensen, Warren Urbom, Bill Ericson and Dr. Barringer.
How l: Bob Bushnell, Dorothy Blough, Hudrey Schultz, Roberta Iackman, and Ev Pos.
How 2: Warren Urbom, Lee Gartrell, Bill Carriker, and Don Marsh.
Phi Kappa Phi is a national honor society
dedicated to the unity of democracy of
education and open to honor students from
all departments of American Universities
The students selected for Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities are
chosen for scholarship, personality, ability,
and participation in campus activities.
To be chosen as a member of Blue Key
is one of the greatest honors that any Wes-
leyan man can be given. The tapping of
new members, chosen from those who have
completed two years of college work, by
a unanimous vote of the retiring members,
is one of the events of the May Pete.
Leadership, scholarship, and service are
the requirements for membership in Cardi-
nal Key, national honorary for junior and
senior women. Cardinal Key is also respon-
sible for the delivery of sorority bids to new
Row l: Don Marsh, Bob Bushnell, Ev Poe, Warren Urbom, Sam Wakai
Row 2: Lee Gartrell, Bill Hare, Dr. Barringer, Bruce Link, Bill Carriker
Row 3: Dick Connell, Iim Iackman, Bruce Deal, Iohn Lux.
Row I: Mary Evelyn Godbey, Ethel Lux, Milly Hill, Mary Louise Pills, Roberta Iackman, Shirley Hampton.
Row 2: Dorothy Blough, Martha Clifton, Ioyce Crawlord, Betty Corbitt, Pludrey Schultz, Shirley Daft.
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Row 1: Martha Clilton, Mae Hansen, Dr. Callen, Dr. Barringer, Dean Lanning, Ethel Kueck, Miss Corns.
Row 2: Dorothy Blough, Shirley Hampton, Pllice Hoskin, Mr. Bartley, Dr. Rosentrater, Bob Stoddard, Roberta Iackman, Iohn Lux,
How 3: Don Marsh, Ev Poe, Warren Urbom, Lowen Kruse, Bill Hare, Don Lorensen, Qllred Haldeen, Bob Cole, Bob Bushnell.
How 1: Mr. Hamilton, Bill Hare, Dean Deal, Shirley Hampton.
Row 2: Hlice Deissler, Don Bliss, Ben Hkert, Lois Clark, Ethel Kucck.
Row 3: Boy Clark, Bob Noyes, Paul Leuenberger, lim Knisely, Henry Zoeller.
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Pi Gamma Mu selects its mem-
bership trom students interested in
social sciences, and was established
to promote and further the study of
social problems through its various
programs and meetings.
Psi Chi is a national honorary
psychology fraternity whose pur-
pose it is to advance the science ot
psychology and to encourage, stim-
ulate, and maintain scholarship ot
the individual members in all aca-
demic fields, particularly in psy-
Sigma Pi Sigma is a national
physics honorary which requires
high scholarship in physics, mathe-
matics, and chemistry for admit-
Monthly meetings stimulate
knowledge of the application ot
medicine in the Nu-Med society. At
the traditional spring banquet a
gold key is presented to the out-
standing pre-med freshman.
SIGMB PI SIGMH
Row I: Mr. I-lbramson, Dr. Iensen, Ivar Linclstrom, Dean Goss.
How 2: Bill Volegstmg, ldqk Culaback, Dick Connell.
Row 3: Qrt Harvey, Leonard Bird, Darwin Clutter.
Row l: Kenneth Mclfibben, Dr. Shivley, Edith Olson, Lois Iverson, Ioan Crosslield.
How 2: Qlton Knosp, Henry Haye, Carl Saase, Paul Young, Virgil Condon, Elton Weston.
Row 3: Lloyd Carlson, Wayne Marsh, Wayne Zlomke, lack Gruber, Harold Most, Victor Marquardt.
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law 1: Warren Urbom, Marjorie Williams, I-ludrey Schultz, Barbara Botsch, Dean Lanning.
Raw 2: Bob Bushnell, Ward White, Paul Ess, Milton Krogh, Bill Parker.
Wesleyan's top teams, Warren Urbom, Dean Lan-
ning, Milton Krogh, and Paul Ess, under the able
leadership of Professor Murrish, work on their cases.
Two more oi Wesleyan's teams work industriously.
Dick Nesmith, Ward White, Marjorie Williams, and
Barbara Botsch prepare to go to the Pi Kappa Delta
Pi Kappa Delta
Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity, is open
to all individuals who have participated in a speci-
tied number oi inter-collegiate debates and ora-
Nebraska Wesleyan has a chapter that ranks at
the top oi forensic circles in this area of the nation.
Promotion of forensic interests and ability is the
primary objective of the organization.
THETH RLPHH PHI
Row l: Fludrey Schultz, Betty Corbitt, "Doc" Miller, Dick Nesmith, Mary Fllfs, Dick Hart.
Row 2: Dorothy Blough, Rlice Deissler, Carolyn Nelson, le-anne Brillhart, Ramona Brooks, Barbara Botsch, Shirley
Hampton, Edna Parks.
low 3: Iayce Crawlord, Don Marsh, Bruce Link, Don Buchholz, Kenny White, Martha Clifton.
The busy THP officers take time out to smile for
The TRP members have time for fun as well as
business at one of their meetings.
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Theta Alpha Phi
Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatic honorary,
sponsors the Plainsrnan Player organization and is
in charge oi all Wesleyan dramatics. An estab-
lished point record showing proficiency in dramatic
art is a basis ot Theta Phi election.
Highlights of the season have been the annual
road show tour, the opening production of "Arsenic
and Old Lace," in October, "The Straw," in Novem-
ber, "The Old Maid," in February, and the comedy
"Jenny Kissed Me," in late March.
This lunior Honorary has as its purpose to acquaint
prospective students with all phases of college life at
Wesleyan and to help the incoming freshman orientate
himself. Members are elected in the spring on the basis of
leadership, ability, personality, satisfactory scholastic
standing and participation in extracurricular activities.
The organization is called COGS, standing for campus
Upper left-Mr. Underhill, COG sponsor,
maps out a trip for the group.
Three members discuss the possibilities of
securing students from towns in Nebraska.
Row l: Ev Poe, Dorris Thomas, Beth Newsham, Dorothy Blough.
Row 2: Bob Bushnell, Lee Gartrell, Gaylen Dock, Warren Urbom
Tau Beta Sigma-Kappa Kappa Psi
Tau Beta Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi
are honorary national band sorority and
fraternity respectively. Both are newly
organized on the Wesleyan Campus.
Membership is open only to upperclass-
men who have one year with Wesleyan
Band, and have earned the required num-
ber of points for election to membership.
KAPPA KA PPA PSI
Row 1: Bernard Scott, Bill Hare, Flrt Bates fPresidentl,
Werner Hoffman, Paul Nicholas.
Row 2: Bob Noyes, Weldon Baker, Iohn Harding, Ivan
Miller, Warren Turner.
Row 3: Joe Dappen, lim McCoy, Don Staples, Tom
Mihane, Bob Dunn.
Row 1: Francie Perry, Fllice Deissler, Rachel Birmingham, Nancy Osborne, Mae Hansen CPresidentD
Row 2: Vi Ehrhart, Lois Johnson, Ramona Mitchell, Iane Kotouc.
Row 3: Virginia Van Sickle, Georgie Yeutter, Phyllis Wrath, Shirley Meyer, Martha Clifton.
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, gil Nebraska Wesleyan's A.C.E. is al
i I branch of the International Association
4 1 l ' 1 for Childhood Education. This is a pro-
il , tessional organization for teachers in
the elementary school.
Our branch is proud this year to
have sent food, books, and other teach-
ing supplies to students in Hiroshima,
We have been busy this year with
a variety of activities. We began with
a "cook-out" for the prospective mem-
bers. ln October We sponsored an all
school square dance. Other activities
were Thanksgiving party for a group
of children from the State home, Panel
discussion by members ot the pro-
fession on "Understanding Children",
Annual Spring Tea for the Lincoln
teachers, and the national study con-
ference in Asheville, North Carolina to
which we sent a group of members.
Left to right. Ruth Corbit, Blythe Linder, lane Goth, Pat Stocker, Shirley Glebc, Elsie Neth, Ioyce lllchen, Marjorie Frazell, Ruth
Mclloberts, Sally Ueoka, Ethel Kicester, Muriel Middleton,
Barbara Ballard, lean Brunkow, Ioyce Cox, Iennie Lind, Beth Stage, Miss Qlma Lois Rodgers, Virginia 'Ihompson tPresidentl, Elizabeth
Frantz, Norma Gregg, Iackie Thomas, Wilma Prielert, Rosalie Olson.
Donna Benton, lanice Sundberg, Erma lean West, loan Ianda, Ruth Reeves, loan Thober, Lois Purdy, Pat Iohann, Theorria Damm,
Ioyce Iuells, I-llice Carlscn, Ianet 'l'1ekottcr, Hlice Knisely, Lola Hueltle, Grace DcBelly.
Evelyn Waddell, Gloria Brown, Louise Thurman, Danilene McCoy, Marion Elbert, Clarice Nelson, lackic lloytm Virginia Garlow,
Lloyd johnson, Charlene Fuller, Betty Manley, Pat Christner, Ruth Nelson, Ioan Graves, Carol Youngson, Donna Ltghtbody.
The Art Club, under the direction of Miss Lux,
has the objective of service to other campus
organizations. Students Work together to make
posters and displays for the good of the school.
Also this year they have sponsored exhibits in
the little Gallery.
The VVomen's Athletic Association stands for
a higher degree of physical efficiency and for
the promotion of good sportsmanship. Member-
ship is based on a point system in which points
are earned by playing in tournaments and selling
refreshments at varsity games. This year the
W.A.A. sponsored the Spinsters Spree and a
picnic for freshmen girls.
Row 1: Lett to right. Elsie Noth, Beverly Wilder, Miss Gladys Lux
Row 2: Gloria Nielson, Elona Chun, Carol Scrimshcr, Qlicc Carlson
Row 3: Dolores: lewell, Ronnie Kats, Lola Hucftle.
How 1: Left to right, Blythe Linder, Dorris Thomas, Martha Clifton, Mrs. Clara Brandt, Miss Elizabeth Buie, Ptrdith Wiseman, Betty Sheets.
Row 2: Clarice Nelson, Roberta Embree, Pat Iohann, Lois Clark, Ramona Brooks, Louise Thurman.
Row 3: Martha Bengston, Virginia Thompson, Nancy Osborne, Mary Louise Hits, Dolores Peterson, Barbara Fallers.
Row 4: Ieannie Lind, Betty Merrill, Beverly Wilder, Marcia Iones, Ioyce Raric, Ianice Siindberg.
The Barb cabinet included: Phil Hllard, Martin Luschei, Iohn Fester,
Bob Munkres, Dean Lanning, Bob Stoddard, Mrs. Swinbank, Vir-
ginia Thompson, Ruth Lenhart, George Ferris, Roberta Iackman
The Barbs organization is composed of
unaffiliated students who are Working to-
gether to further the good of the university,
to foster and maintain Wholesome school
spirit, and to sponsor social activities for
members of the group.
Participation in extra-curricular activities
is but one of the means through which the
Barbs fulfill their purpose. High scholastic
standards and qualities of leadership are
An annual Christmas Formal and a
Spring banquet highlight the activities of
Marjorie Frazell, Grace DeBel1y.
Ioe Dappen, Ervin Deal, Ice Schelkopf, Kassa G. Michael, Iames Mackey, Wayne Marsh, Ron Kats, Hay Nuetzman, Kenny Rogers.
Orville Kemling, Bob Munkres, Ierry Hedges, Iugh Ferguson, George Ferris fPresidentl, Mrs. Iecn Swinbank, Dwight Kemling,
Orville Hdams, Iasper Swim, Martin Luschei.
Neil Dubach, Clitt Schafer, Ronald Cudaback, Harry Soper, Stan Ganzell, Tom Flight, Francis Hitch, Iohn Fester, Herm Heise, Lee
Gartrell, Warren Urbom, Dean Lanning.
Bob Stoddard, Hlfred Haldeen, Charles Waymire, Glen Marsh, lvar Lindstrom, Burt Carter, Marvin Stoll, Donald Hickman, Keith
Hueltle, Bill Gordon, Phil Flllard, Lowen Kruse, Conley Hinrichs.
66 BHRBS lGirlsl
Left to right. Ioanne Mclnnis, Grace DeBe1ly, lunice Rice, Ioyce Iewett, Barbara Stevens, Lorabelle Friday, Ruth McRoberts, Iulia
Ruez, Ioyce Hchen.
Bonita Rittenburg, Ioan Ianda, Carol Fischer, Ruth Iackman, Roberta Iackman, Mrs. lean Swinbank, Virginia Thompson, Virginia Van
Sickle, Laura Lee Hammond, Edna Parks.
Ruth L hart, Lorena Posey, Danilene McCoy, Mary Story, ldckie Hoyt, Lorra'n H yv'tt, B b N l , M ' D - M
Richarcisrj Edith Olson, Phyllis Shaul, Lavonda Murdock, Marjorie Frazell, Elsie Nets. e 1 Gr Gm e Son Umm ewey' my
Mar aret Keating, Theoma Damm, Ruth Corbit, Marjorie Thomas, Betty Wadkins, Bett Wells, Shirley Buettgenbach, Ramona Mitchell,
Phygis Wroth, Doris Fry, Ruth Reeves, Mary lane Connett, Evelyn Fry, Dorothy Ladeheck.
Many and varied costumes helped
make the Barb Masquerade party
one of the most successful activities
of the first semester.
Barb-Wire staff members combine
work with play as they write copy
for the weekly edition.
Iohnson Hall, residence for
freshman Women, celebrated its
, second birthday with a birthday
dinner on February 27.
During the past year it has
been "home" to 105 girls who
look back to the Iohnson Hall
Row 1: Left to right, Ioan Smith, Marilyn I-lunkins, Barbara Pennington, Betty Williams, Irene Frederickson,
Ioyce Iewelt, Ioannc Crosslield,
Row 2: Dorothy Gartrell, Neva Kahl, Frances Deaver, Mary Lou Thompson, Charlan Graff, Martha Sage,
Bonnie Malick, 'l'wila Kenlield, Ioyce Iohnson.
Iohnson Hall Councilors for the past year
were Dorothy Gartrell, Virginia Thompson,
Ruth Lenhart, Edith Olson, Nancy Osborne,
Ioanne Mclnnis, and Barbara Pennington.
Row 1: Lett to right, Beth Rosenau, Danilene McCoy, Hlice Engelking, Edith Olson, Virginia Thompson,
Betty Wadkins, Phyllis Martin, Ruth Godbey, Kate Minnerly.
How 2: Dorothy Quinn, Qlice Iansen, Donna Benton, BettyVWells, Shirley I-llexander, Pat Peters, Barbara
Kilgore, Ethel Ke-ister, Harriet Bain, Ioyce Upholl, inola Tussing, Marjorie Feary.
Row 3: Lynelle Qdams, Wilma Mickels, Ruth Corbit, Delores Olson, Marjorie Williams, Mary Louise Ellis,
Lorena Posey, Lois Iverson, Norma Leigh Settell, Bonnie Fredericks, Ruth Wallis, Donna Iune
Hutchings, Virginia Schurr.
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house for Homecoming, and the
hustle and b ustle of living
together with many memories.
Many Weekends, also, found the
girls gathered in the spacious liv-
ing room for firesides.
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Row 1: Left to right. Margaret Keating, Fllice Nisley, Theoma Damm, Nancy Osborne, Barbara
Stolzenberg, Kathryn Fitch.
Row 2: gliarguerite Wiles, Barbara Ballard, Marilyn Clark, Helen Dickie, Ioyce Cox, Flrlene
Miss Betty Eberhart, head resident
of Iohnson Hall, takes a moment to
relax in the midst of her many du-
Row l: Lei! to right, Sheila Link, Lorabelle Friday, Carol Scrimsher, Barbara Stevens, Ruth
Lenhart, Ioanne Mclnnis, Ruth Kennedy, ary Story, Ruth Nelson, Betty Portschi.
.Row 2: Flrlene Moore, Carol Youngson, Marion Fllbert, Barbara Livgren, Collette Dissmore,
Pat Cassel, Carolyn Sayre, Ianice Rice, Ioyce McCosh, Pat hristner, Carol Fischer,
How 3: Carol Chambers, Phyllis Darnell, Beth Finecy, Ioan Burchell, Virginia Scherer, Ioan
Perry, Katherine Skerritt, Shirley Ruby, Ioan Graves, Thelma undeen, Margaret
Dickerson, Berna Whitmire.
Wesleyan Y's have been active in many
activities during the past year. The year
opened with a "Quieter chapel" campaign
and a Freshman retreat. Closely following
these activities was the W.S.S.F. drive and
carnival. Christmas and Easter matins, a
clothing drive and the annual Valentine Dance
were also under the sponsorship of this active
Row l: Beverly Urbom, Ruth Lenhart, Evelyn Fry, Frances Perry, Ieannie
Lind, Mary Fllfs, Mary Bullock.
Row 2: Laura Lee Hammond, Iackie Thomas, Mary Evelyn Godbey, Mr. Matt-
ingly, Don Marsh, Ned Conger, Dick Hart.
How 3: Dean Lanning, George Ferris, Lee Gartrell, Stan Ganzell, Charles
Iohnson, Warren Urbom, Ray Nuetzman,
A Faculty-Student spring picnic replacing
the mixer held in previous years, closed the
year's events in typical "Y" style.
Although these groups are separate and
each elects its own officers they hold their
cabinet meetings together and make their
plans as one.
Committee members view with pride the results of the clothing
drive, one of the projects sponsored by the Y's this year.
Freshman students become acquainted with the various campus organizations and activities through the efforts of the
campus orientation groups.
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How 1: Merna Quaife Greer, Laura l..eeAl-lammond, Helen Dickie, Marilyn Clark, Dr. lohn Rosentrater, Neil Dubach, L. Edward Mattingly,
Lorraine Hewitt, Edith Olson, Shirley Buettgenbach.
Row 2: Charlotte Chapin, Barbara Pennington, Georgia Yeutter, Kathryn Fitch, loanne Mclnnis, Harry Soper, Stan Ganzell, Waldo Greer,
Tom Flight, Herm Heise, Ruth Jackman, Gayle Gilmer, Mary lane Connett, Ruth Reeves, Evelyn Fry, Dorothy Gartrell.
Row 3: Ray Nuetzman, Earl Reed, Stanley Rider, Ierry Hedges, Cliff Schafer, Phil Hllard, Gene Boch, Lee Gartrell, Dwaine Spiers, Francis
Hitch, Donald Hickman, Dwight Kemling, Lowen Kruse, Conley Hinrichs, Iames Mackey.
Kappa Chi is composed of students who are
planning to enter some phase of full-time Christian
service. Members broaden their fields through ac-
tivities on,and off the campus and also through
hearing outside speakers at their bi-Weekly meet-
Service teams often present programs for church
groups and Work with church youth activities. The
organization as a Whole sponsors the Wednesday
evening prayer meeting Worship services and main-
tains the Wayside Chapel.
The Methodist Student Movement works through
First Methodist Church to give students a church
away from home where contact with youth .activi-
ties and fellowship is emphasized.
During the year the group has been occupied
by a varied program. Several retreats were held
for cabinet members and others who were inter-
ested. The year was closed by a Spring banquet
held shortly before the close of the year.
Row l: Ioanne Mclnnes, lerry Mclnnes
Ioyce Crawford, Beverly Ray.
, Row 2: Mary lane Connett, George Ferris
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Row 3: Frances Perry, Hon Kats, Mar-
I. R. C.
Though I. R. C. is a young organization on the
Wesleyan campus, it has firmly established itself
as one of the outstanding groups. Its endeavors are
not limited to campus activities, as throughout the
year, members of the club present programs before
church groups, high school teachers' organizations,
and women's clubs of eastern Nebraska. These pro-
grams consist of discussions by foreign students led
by an officer of the club.
The Nebraska Wesleyan campus was the scene
of the first State Conference of International Rela-
tions Clubs in November. Delegates also attended
a national convention held at Ann Arbor, Michigan
Many speakers have been brought to the cam-
pus through the efforts of this group which also
sponsored several student opinion polls.
Upper Left-l.R.C. cabinet members Iohn Lux, Bob Bushnell,
Ethel Kueck, Darrel Kays fstandingl, Mr. Dale Case, Martin
Luschei, and Iasper Swim meet to plan a special meeting.
Left-Delegates and speakers to the l.R.C. Convention dis-
cuss world problems and become better acquainted between
sessions of the convention.
Presidents Bob Bushnell and Plrlen' Lutz of Wesleyan and Midland college respectively are among
the first to register for the convention.
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Row l: Left to right. Lorraine Hewitt, Iulia Ruez, Elaine Swan, Marjorie Frazell, Dorothy Ladebeck.
Row 2: Betty Manley, Rlice Hoskins, Mrs. Hubert Underhill and Hnn, Virginia Van Sick e lPresidentl, Elona Chun, Connie
Row 3: Mabel Gorai, Mae Hansen, Lavonda Murdock, Mary Richards, Grace DeBelly, Ruth Mclioberts.
A large white house facing the campus is
"home" to fifteen upperclass girls who Work, play,
plan and study together.
Senior Hall was the scene of three parties during
the year. One was a group Christmas party While
the other two were filled with dancing, games, and
Girls of Senior Hall have their thoughtful mo-
ments as well as their gay ones. Each evening they
gather in the living room for a few moments of
meditation which is led by one of the group.
WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL
A highlight of the year was the annual Senior
Hall breakfast which was held during February.
Women's House Council was founded in 1945
to establish, maintain, and interpret uniform rules
for the Women of Wesleyan. This group governs
all Wesleyan women. Representatives are elected
by their respective groups. Miss Gertrude Mauk,
Dean of Women, meets with the group.
Row 1: Left to right, Ioyce Hchen, Pat Iohann, Shirley Meyer, Miss Gertrude Mauk, Marilyn Clark, Mary Iean Bullock.
Row 2: Lucille Neth, Ioan Ianda, Danilene McCoy, Caroline Sayre, Cleo TeSelle, I-'ludrey Schultz, Connie Merrit.
Row 3: Ioanne Crossiield, Cleo Yenney, Charlotte Chapin, Gloria Nielsen, Wanda Gerlach, Hazel Edgerton.
Don Marsh and Warren Urbom discuss sen-
ate affairs and regulations as they work to
build an even more successful group.
Working under a new constitution
this year, the Student Senate has truly
become the governing body of the
Student activity control was one of
the major projects during the first
semester. H11 constitutions for campus
organizations must also be approved
by the senate.
Left: Many plans, regulations, ac-
tivities, and problems are discussed
and settled in meetings such as this
SENATE , J,
School dances, all elections, selec-
tion of candidates for admittance to f N5
honorary groups, and the Traditions
Day observances are but a few of the
many activities which Student Senate
The program for beautification of
the student union which was begun
during the past year has added to the
new furniture a paint job, new draper-
ies, and other improvements. The
Snack Bar is also under Student Sen- Student senate committee members review plans
ate management' as they meet preceding the regular session.
Row 1: Left to right. Roberta Ebree, Dorothy Gartrell, Martha Clilton, Ioyce Crawrord, Warren Urbom, Don Marsh, Iennette Havlik, Pat
Row 2: Richard Burns, Lewis Clark, Dwain Iones, Ward White, Bill Parker, Martin Luschei, Dick Newmith, Dr. R. L. Freclstrom.
Row 3: Dean Lanning, Bill Farrell, Bruce Iuells, Bill Hare, Merideth Phillips, Ned Conger, Roy Clark, Ev Poe.
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0 M' lCIFle GOU1, Gene Meier, and Miss Buie
discuss last minute details for the Basket-
Promotion of school spirit through pep rallys and
inspired yell participation by the entire student body is
the goal of the 60 men and women who compose the
Yellers of the Brown.
This group cheers the team through mud and snow
on the gridiron and also during their action on the
maples. A new addition this season was the participa-
tion during the Varsity action on the baseball diamond.
Many out of town games also found this faithful spark-
ing iorce there on the sidelines.
Activities of the "Yellers" are not restricted to the
sports scene as the Homecoming dance and the Basket-
Ball indicate. Many hours of work produced distinctive
decorations. In appreciation of an outstanding football
season the annual football banquet was also sponsored
by the pep club.
Left: Fllways on the job at athletic events are these able cheer-
leaders Ieannie Lind, Fred Bieck, Donna Iune Hutchings, Bob
Dunn, and Blythe Linder.
Left to right, Ruth Corbit, Frances Gilchrist, Margaret Keating, Ruth McRoberts, Delores Sitz, Ioan Burchell, Ioyce Iohnson, Thelma
Lundeen, Elizabeth Frantz, Ierrie Unland, Rosalie Olson, lean Brunkow, Lavonda Murdock, Grace DeBelly.
Barbara Farmer, Delores Meier, Beverly Bay, Ioann Gaugor, Kate Minnerly, Ioan Thober, Miss Elizabeth Buie, Gene Meier
tPresidc-ntl, Ramona Brooks, Iane Goth, Roberta Read, Dorris Thomas, Marguerite Wiles, Lois Tyrrell, Hrlayne Kyes.
Donna Gardner, Barbara Dorsey, Lois Purdy, Ioan Schacht, Nancy Young, Mary lean Bullock, Marilyn Larson, Bob Dunn, Donna Iune
Hutchings, Blythe Linder, Ieanie Lind, Fred Bieck, Harriet Bain, Ioyce Uphotf, Margaret Stone, Clarice Nelson, Winola Tussing, Ianice
Hill, Beverly Urbom, Barbara Nelson. ,
Betty Sheets, Mary Richards, Wendell Iensen, Dick Dutton, Marvin Ohs, lack Sterkel, Dick Hawley, Iohn Irelan, Don Unvert, Boyde
Moline, Burt Carter, Wesley Howe, Bill Perry, Stan Kennedy, Ron Kats, Pat Peters, Barbara Grundmen, Barbara Kilgore.
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Encouragement toward participation in athletics is the
aim of "W" Club. It is composed of men who have received
letters in major sports while attending Wesleyan and who
are interested in the advancement of this athletig program.
Each fall members of the group elect a Club
Sweetheart who is presented to the public during the an-
nual Homecoming game.
Club members are active not only on the playing
field but also may be seen selling programs during foot-
ball season and acting as referees during intramural com-
A new addition to the basketball activities this year
was the Benefit game held March lU with the Metz Service
team of the City League.
As a climax to the year's activities the group took their
annual excursion to Linoma Beach for a feast of fried
chicken and lots of fun.
Left: Bill Carriker crowns Dorris Thomas BW" Club Sweet-
Row 1 Left to right Fllden Iohnson Tom Mihane Cal Bones Bruce Link, Del Miller, Bill Carriker, Clilt Squires, Kenny White, Ev Poe.
Row 2 Hi den Ioosten Walter Flndrewjeski Dick Meyer Bob Gentry, Lew Walker, Bill Slaughter, H1 Calvert, Bob lllllen, Bob Ketterer,
Row 3 Dick Nesmith Iim Wickstrom Bob Burroughs Iohn Johnston, Wayne Cash, Paul Obermeyer, Don Harrington. Gil Hill, Gene Nelson.
Bill Carriker, Hr! Harvey
Cal Bones, Bob Calkins
Kenny White, Dale Hohn
Row l. seated, left to right:
Mary Evelyn Godbey,
Dorothy Blough, Ieane
Brillhart, Ramona Brooks,
Iennette Havlik, Mary lean
How 2: Beverly Urbom,
Hrdith Wiseman, Betty
Corbit, lane Fllkire, Hudrey
Scholarship, good health, cooperation in col-
lege ideals, social standards, and service to the col-
lege community are the objectives which guide the
Panhellenic council in its supervision of sorority
Membership of the council is composed of three
representatives from each sorority who Work toward
friendly and cooperative feeling among the groups.
The annual Christmas Ball at the Turnpike and
a Scholarship Luncheon in March are the special
events sponsored by Panhellenic council.
All fraternal regulations are established by the
Interfraternity council. Included in these regula-
tions are rush rules, membership eligibility, pledg-
ing, social functions for all groups, intramural activ-
ities, and scholastic standing.
The council is composed of 2 men from each
fraternity who represent their respective group for
Schultz, Dorris Thomas.
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As this year draws to a close Alpha Gams look back on another
year of dreams come true. The good times and fun of working, play-
ing, and living together plus participation in campus activities all
helped to make this another important year.
The pleasure of welcoming new sisters after pledging and the
fireside which followed in our newly decorated house were but two
of the things that stand out in our memories.
The Feast of Roses, Scholarship Dinner, and International Re-
Union Day gave us a feeling of being a part of something larger than
our own chapter as we met and visited with Hlpha Gams of other
years and other schools.
" Left: Ieane Brillhart, President of Hlpha Gamma Delta.
Row 1: Thelma Lundeen, Neva Kahl, Shirley Daft, Wilma Priefert, Ianece Hill, Beth Stage Newsham, Marjorie Speidell, Ioan Smith, Erma
Row 2: Virginia Garlow, Mary lean Bullock, Shirley Meyer, Ieane Brillhart tPresidentJ, Mrs. Ramsey, Roberta Embree, Marcia Iones, Rrlayne
Kyes, Betty Corbit.
Row 3: Ianet Tiekotter, Betty Williams, Marjorie Wiltse, Pat Palmquist, Lois Purdy, Martha Sage, Cleo TeSe1le, Charlene Fuller, Fllice
Carlson, Dorothy Lueninghoener, Carol Youngson, Marilyn Grossoehme, Ioanne Crossiield, lean Hill.
How 4: Wilma Mickels, Clarice Rager, Beth Finecy, Winola Tussing, Ioyce Uphott, Barbara Snyder, Marion Peckham, Norma Leigh Settell,
Ioan Thober, Barbara Farmer, Barbara Dorsey, Lois Iverson, Lynelle Hdams, Ianice Sundberg, Mary Moore.
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The Winter Formal and Spring Party will be remembered and
also our Senior Picnic.
So as this year ends We look back over a year of memories and
forward to an ever brightening future tor Hlpha Gamma Delta.
President - - - - - Ieane Brillhart
lst Vice President - Roberta Embree
2nd Vice President - - Marcia Iones
Recording Secretary - Mary lean Bullock
Corresponding Secretary Marian Peckham
Treasurer ----- - Ianet Tiekotter
Right: Mrs, Ramsey, Housemother for Alpha Gamma Delta.
Some of the Hlpha Gclms re-
lax in the living room annex
of their recently newly-deco-
With their friendship and ideals as enduring as the flame of their
symbolic Roman lamp, the Delta Zeta girls dream of their firesides,
hayride, rose dinner, and formal and look forward to many more such
Plans are always in progress at this house-plans of homecoming
decorations, trips to state and national conventions, picnics, parties,
dates, or maybe just surprise birthday parties and showers. And, of
course, there are always the plans for dunking newly-engaged girls.
Walk over the faculty-unapproved path across the campus to the
Delta Zeta house and you will find a house full of warmth and friend-
liness and fun. To the girls in the springtime when the campus is so
beautiful, it is like strolling along a rainbow and finding a pot of
gold at the end.
Left: Dorothy Blough, President of Delta Zeta.
Shirley Finn Ruby, Pat Christner, Catherine Skerritt, Ioan Laughlin, Hazel Edgerton, Ioan Nutter, Donna Benton, Ruth Godbey, Iudy
Margaret Dickerson, Rosalee Olsen, lane Qlkire, Mary Evelyn Godbey, Dorothy Blough tPresidentJ, Lois Marie Danielson, Lois Clark,
Shirley Hampton, Ruth Nelson.
3' Barbara Ballard, Marilyn Hunkins, Pat Iohann, Ethel Kiester, Louise Thurman, Beth Rosenauw, Dorothy Mengel, Carolyn Sayre,
Ieanine Oliver, Liz Franz, Ioyce McCosh, Iane Kotouc, Mary Louse Hlfs, Betty Sheets, Isabel Smith,
Phyliss Penton, Kathleen Roberts, Iean Brunkow, Ioan Graves, Ioyce Raric, Blythe Linder, Barbara Perigrine, Ieanne Stark, Katherine
Garrett, Donna Gardner, Delores Meir, Martha Clifton, Jackie Harrison, Iackie Reinick.
Working, playing, and just being together have made this an
eventful year for Delta Zeta. As this year ends we can look back with
pleasure and ahead with great expectations.
President - ---- Dorothy Blough
Vice President - - - Mary Evelyn Godbey
Corresponding Secretary - - Lois Danielson
Recording Secretary - - Lois Clark
Treasurer - - - lane Alkire
House Manager Martha Clifton
Social Chairman - Blythe Linder
Right: Mrs. Edna Melcher, Delta Zeta housemother.
The home of the Delta
Zetas, 4942 Madison.
Typical D. Z. fun and fellow-
ship as they gather together
lor their annual all night
is for the Phi Mu Spring Formal at the Terrace Room in the
Lincoln Hotel this year.
is for hour-dances. Especially those breakfast hour dances
where the dancing is fun and the donuts and coffee hit the spot.
is for initiation, when our new sisters come into the bond of Phi
Mu, the second oldest national sorority in the United States, and
the first national sorority on the Wesleyan campus.
is for Mother . . . Mother Stein, who reigns Queen in our "home
away from home" at 52l9 Huntington.
is for understanding, The kind of deep understanding and af-
fection that each Phi Mu girl feels for her sisters, not only here
at Wesleyan, but all over the Nation.
.. Left: Iennette Havlik, Phi Mu President.
Row 1: Ioyce Householder, Shirley Ladine, Miss Buie, Iennette Havlik tPresidentJ, Beverly Wilder, Delores Peterson, Ie-ante Lind, Genevieve
How 2: JoHnn Gauger, Carol Cheuront, Ramona Brooks, Donna Neihaus, Betty Hllberry, Marilyn Larson, Kathryn Goldammer, Sara Harris,
Gloria Brown, Martha Bengston, Qrdith Wiseman.
Row 3: Marilyn Norlin, Miriam Eckles, Barbara Livgren, Barbara Kilgore, lane Goth, Pat Peters, Io Burchell, LaVawn Branz, Pot Stocker,
Cleo Yenney, Lois Iean Drake.
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year to be long remembered for all Phi Mu's. As the year ends they
can look ahead and dream of the things to come.
Right: Mrs. Hazel Stein, Phi Mu Housemother.
5219 Huntington, home away
from home for the Phi Mus.
Phi Mu's enjoy food and fel
lowship together at their an-
nual Thanksgiving Dinner.
i This year Willard is celebrating its sixtieth birthday. How We
' have changed since those seven girls headed by Iulia Tasket, met for
the first time in the Latin room oi Old Main to spend the evening giv-
ing orations, recitations, and allegories. That society has evolved
into a larger more complex group-a sorority. The clothes have
changed, the hair has been cut shorter, the orations have turned into
sweetheart serenadesvyes, the exterior has changed, but the interior
-the thoughts, the aims, the desires-the very heart of the organiza-
tion has remained the same.
Like the school We are a part of, We have our traditions.
Rose Tea, The May Festival, The Crest Breakfast, and all the songs
that have been so dear to the Willards of the past and present.
Left: Ftuclrey Schultz, Willard President.
Barbara Botsch, Sheila Link, Sandra Peterson, Ioyce Crawford, Iackie Thomas, Phyllis Dotson, Patsy Pangborn, Dolores Sitz, Helen
Erma Rihn, Mona Conover, Shyrli Cramer, Beverly Ray, Bobbie Bead, Fludrey Schultz fPresidentl, Rachel Birmingham, Mitzi Scovill,
Lola Hueltle, Fllice Deissler.
lean Poyer, Harriet Bain, Marjorie Williams, Millie Hill, Margaret Stone, Shirley Fllexander, Pat Cassel, Bilva Schultz, Vi Ehrhart,
Io Schacht, Georgie Yeutter, Muriel Middleton, Ioyce Iuelfs, Kay McKinney.
Kate Minnerly, Virginia Schurr, Donna Lightbody, Dorris Thomas, Donna Sutton, Iackie Iones, Nancy Young, Carolyn Nelson, Gayle
Gilmer, lune Hutchings, Frances Perry, Betty Merrell, Wanda Gerlach, Beverly Urbom.
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"Things that we remember,
"Little things it seems."
It is always the little things that are remembered the longest and
add the real zest to lite. This year, as in the past, it has been the
little things which have added that extra little touch to Willard life.
President - - - Audrey Schultz
Vice President - Iackie Thomas
Secretary - - Betty Merrell
House Manager - Beverly Ray
Social Chairman - Dorris Thomas
Right: Mrs. lessie Hllen, Willard Housemother.
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The Phi Kappa Taus captured this honor among the fraternities.
Phi Mu's took first place among the sororities for the Homecoming decorations.
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Crescent has again taken a position of prominence among
The largest membership in years coupled with excellent records
in athletics, scholarship, and student leadership are but a few of the
outstanding achievements of l949-50.
A new house, the realization of a dream, is being erected at 50th
and Walker. It will be ready tor occupancy by next September.
The Bowery Party was successful to the Nth degree and high eX-
pectations were met for the Spring Formal and annual picnic.
As the oldest fraternity and only local, Crescent may well be
proud of a great year.
Left: Bob Calkins, Crescent President.
Row l: Warren Iones, Will Sheehan, Iohn Hedges, Herb Rihn, Bill Parker, Bill Hotz,
Huw 2: Bob Mathers, lack Stone, Dr. Barringer, Bob Calkins tPresidentJ, Bill Vogelsang, Gil Hill, Iim Porter.
How 3: Bob Kropp, Rl Calvert, Dick Iohnson, Harris Holle, Gerald l-lan sen, Bill Thompson, Paul Brettman, Dale Hohnstein, Tom Conway, Bob
Ketterer, Cliff Squires.
Row 4: Dick Hadsell, Don Iohruzon, Gene Cederdahl, Rollie Wiegers, Iohn Calvert, Louis Hansen, Don Poulsen, Milton Schmidt, Flrt Bailey.
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parties, intramural championships and fun while they look ahead
to years in a brand new fraternity house
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Phi Tau, again this year, was the phrase that referred to the
all around outstanding fraternity on the campus. Tops in scholar-
ship, sportsmanship, and campus participation were the key Words
that sparked another great year for the Ramblers. Working again for
their fraternity and the University, Taus could be found in every
department and activity on the campus of Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-
Add all this to the Christmas party, the Hard-Times party, and the
Spring Formal, plus those midnight serenades, and you have once
more a prosperous and eventful year for Phi Kappa Tau.
Left: Kenny White, President of Phi Kappa Tau.
Don Schuessler, Iim Bollacker, Henry Zoeller, Rl Davis, Gene Meier, lock Sterkel, Don Staples, Fred Bieck, Elton Weston, Bob
Carlson, Marvin Plourd.
Craig Worrell, Dick Connell, Iohn Berry, Bob Clark, Ray Owens, Dr. Rosentrater, Ken White CPresidentJ, Glen Warneking, Roy Clark,
Bemard Scott, Ford Eckles, Don Fahleson,
Rig Ioosten, Iohn Tumer, Wes Howe, Bob Gentry, Walter Tesch, Dick Gentry, Bill Wiltse, Dick Casselman, Bob Larsen, Paul Swanson,
Bill Dunn, Clarence Newsham, Ward White, Stan Freburg, lim Strong, I-ll Wilder.
Dick Dutton, Hrt Harvey, Dick Spohn, Iohn Kessler, Dale Iarvis, Bob Dunn, Ben Hkert, Iim Bridges, Bob Noyes, Irving Weston,
Kenneth Mclfibben, Wayne Zlomke, Bon Buchholz, Dale Smith, Bob Peterson, Don Unvert.
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ments. They look back with pride and ahead with great expectations.
Treasurer - - -
House Manager -
Social Chairman -
Right: Mrs. Mary Nelson, Phi Kappa Tau Housemother.
- Roy Clark
- Ray Owens
- Art Harvey
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some home movies at their all
night Christmas Party.
On April 30, 1949, a new national fraternity was installed on
the Nebraska Wesleyan Campus. Delta Omega Phi became Gamma
Phi chapter of Theta Chi, one of the oldest and strongest national
fraternities in the nation.
Not only de we have a new name but also a newly decorated
house, complete with new furnishings, and the most beautiful lawn on
Old traditions, plus new ones, comprised a most enjoyable social
season for Theta Chi. Outstanding among the new traditions was
the Orchid Formal held December 9th at which the "Dream Girl of
Theta Chi" was presented. The old traditional Linoma Beach Party
was a successful climax to the year's activities.
Theta Chi men were prominent in the intramural sports scene
throughout the year and captured both the football and golf trophies.
Wherever you go throughout the campus you will find the men
of military red and white extending a helping hand to all who need
it with the motto-
Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater
Left: Bill Carriker, Theta Chi President.
Ross Bloomgren, Gerald Wallerstedt, Gordon Hamilton, Marcus Weidler, Bill Beeney, Eugene Ericson.
Carroll Rasmussen, Don Frazell, Carl Sasse, Bruce Deal, Rod Elson, Bill Carriker tPresidentJ, Oscar Weidler, Don Bloom, Don Hull,
Iirn Fankhauser, Lee Morgan, Dick Meyer, Bill Smith, Bruce Iuelfs, Dwain Iones, Paul Obermeyer, Qrt Bates, Den Logan, Lyle Nelson,
Dick Hawley, Bill Rogers.
Roger Rhodes, Dwight Ohs, Henry Hoy, Wendell Carriker, Tom Keating, Bob Kuester, Don Iones, George Umbarger, Paul Young,
Marvin Ohs, Duane Grantske, 'loin Mihane.
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Treasurer - - -
Right: Mrs. Charlotte Thurtle,, Theta Chi Housemother.
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the Theta Chi's.
Theta Chi's enjoy an informal
chat with Band Le cider
Sammy Kaye, a Theta Chi
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Ideal Plainswoman. Audrey Schultz
Cal Bones and Betty Merrill, Old Grouch and Big Snob
respectively, posed for the photographer at the Turnpike
after they had been revealed to the student body in
attendance there. The Big Snob-Old Grouch Dance was
sponsored by the Interlraternity and Panhellenic Coun-
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"W" Club Sweetheart, Dorris Thomas, with W Club
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The freshman mixer, given by the YM-YW in the
fall, helped to acquaint the new students with
Wesleyan, Leading students of the campus wel-
Traditions Day was much harder on the upper
classinen than on the green freshmen.
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The first important formal in the school year was the Iohnson
Hall Formal, held in the basement of Iohnson Hall, freshmen girls - -
Valentine Ball, held in Febfu
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Bracy. Hfter the receivina line came ,... ah, refreshments, '
Speaking of food, the school cafeteria located in Iohnson Hall
was just the place for that meal.
l world centered around the
I in the Student Union.
The WSSF Carnival in the Winter was
sponsored by the YM-YW. The funds
raised from this went tor a good cause.
Winners of the corsage contests at the Spinster's Spree, sponsored by the WFIFI,
were Gene Bock, Elsie Neth, Grant Cornelius and Gayle Gilmer.
Members ol the newly organ-
ized Mr. and Mrs Wesleyan
Club pose for a picture at one
ol their early meetings.
lean Brillhart gives Bill Carriker a chance to kick the Kigmy
during the March of Dimes Drive here on the campus.
Square dancing was all the thing at the RCE. barn dance
held in the gym this year.
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a popular place to gather be-
tween c l a s s e s and after
The Pride: ot ttw Ploingriimi iirprrici strirtoci Q :suc-
C'?:3!1iUi :wczsaigri with ttwir tir.:t concert early in
ALL WESLEYAN 'TALENT SHOW
Winners cnt the I-tnnucll HIIWC-zalczyori Talent
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J Young Wezsloyuriitos Qnjoy on CVCYIIYIQ ot dunc-
is ing ot ttic Bcxskert Bull in honor of our basket-
The Mcty Queen and Student Prince tor 1950, George Ferris: unri Virginia 'i'i1omp::on, relax
in the out-of-doors just before the ceremonies start. They were mvorilnfl 'rn the tztiicinnt body
inthe opening exercises ot Moy Fe-te, Moy Sth.
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and school cafeteria
in over 100 of Lincoln's
hotels, and clubs.
0 Greeting Cards
A 0 Toiletries
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Launderers and Cleaners
Lincoln's Department Store of Cleanliness
333 No. 12th 2-6961
Portable - Standard
130 No. 12th 2-2157
With Plenty of Parking
48th and Baldwin
LeRoy G. Klautsch. O. D.
Phone 4810 St. Paul Ave.
6-2251 Lincoln. Nebr.
For - - -
Get the best at
UNIVERSITY PLACE NEW
2719 No. 4Sth Mm 6-2446
NORTHEAST INSURANCE AGENCY
WARREN H. PRRKER. Manager
2441 No. 48 6-2995.
"YOU REALLY SAVE MONEY"
WESLEYAN COFFEE SHOP ON Foon
Serving Tasty Foods at Popular Prices at
RALPH'S I GA MARKET
2740 No. 48:11
BLOOM TYPEWRITER IN TOWN
2638 North 48th sf. Phone 6-2319
323 North 13th St. 2-5258
SOUTH OF UN CAMPUS
CENTRAL RADIO LAB
Radio and Television Installation and Repairs
1601 O Street 2-3814
"YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY STORE IN LlNCOLN"
THE CAMERA STORE
. 1122 N Street
Has Fine Values in
"LET'S GET FICOUFIINTEDH
JIM ARRIGO MARKET
Gnocrsmss - Msars - vsosrasnss
Open Evenings and Sundays
4743 Holdrege St. Lincoln Phone S-2420
CONGRATULATIONS ON WINNING SEASONS
TO YOUR FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL TEAMS
Nebraska Wesleyan gridders
and cagers are protected
against athletic injury by
Woodmen Rccident Com-
Many Plainsmen students
are protected against injury
by Woodmen Rccidenfs spe-
cial Student Rccident plan.
For your personal insurance
needs consult E. H. Prenosil,
specializing in accident,
health, hospitalization and
E. R. PRENOSII.
Personal Insurance- I-ldvisor
and Associated Companies
1243 "N" St. Bus. Phone 2-6881
Lincoln. Nebr. Res. Phone 4-2727
BUY YOUR HARDWARE SUPPLIES
S. 8: H. Green Trading Stamps
6132 Havelock Hvenue 6-2317
6220 Havelock Avenue
WE GIVE S611-I GREEN STAMPS
Compliments of -
W. T. GOOD ICE CO.
MILTON B. GATES, D.D.5.
4825 Sf. Paul Phone 6-2076
Sealtest Ice Cream 0 White Hulless Pop Corn
Cold Beverages O Candy
SPECIAL RATES FOR PARTIES
4817 St. Paul Lincoln
nzs sr. PAUL AVENUE
I-Icrtters, Dyers, Curtain Cleaning,
Knit Goods and Blocking
ELCE 8: SON
BANK OF COMMERCE
"47 Years at 13th G O"
o o o
Member of F.D.I.C.
2626 No. 48th Phone 6-2628
GREEN FURNACE NAND I
PLUMBING co., INC.
LET US "FURNACE" YOUR HOME
2747 No. 48th Phone 6-2800
Silver and Jewelry
SARTOR JEWELRY Co.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
1200 O St. Lincoln. Nebr.
"WHERE FRIENDS MEET IN SICKNESS OR IN HEALTH"
All prescriptions filled
2621 North 48th 6-1632
Weslevan men' Watches - Diamonds
Reliable Watch Repair
HARVEY BROTHERS '
Open Saturday Evenings
HAVE THE CLOTHES 6129 Havelock Hve. Lincoln. Nebr.
MORE "A" PICTURES THAN ANY THEATRE IN THE CITY
J OYO THEATRE
SERVING You LOW PRICES '
FOR 6102 Havelock Ave.
OVER HALF A CENTURY
DRS. TAYLOR Cr TAYLOR
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office: 4728 St. Paul Avenue
1230 O Street Lincoln, Nebr.
Phone 6-2257 Lincoln, Nebr.
Boyd Jewelry Co.
12th G O Sta. Lincoln
T A N D A R 'seuvuces
Tailored Clothes for Men
Stuart Bldg. - Mf:N's runmsumcs Phone 2-4538
HOAGLAND HARDWARE SUPPLY
Gas F El tl wi I Complete Service lor Your Car
urnaces- ec nc xrmg
General Electric Hppliances "SGH" GREEN STAMPS
2639 No. 48th St. Phone 6.2630
Lincoln' Nebr. 48th and Baldwin Phone 6-5031
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES,
Students of 1950-it will pay you to try the Bookshop
on North 48th Street first for all your needs-the store of
School Supplies 1,2 -31 'Z
Drawing and Art Supplies E
Laundry Bags and Fillers .-
College Iewelry owne
Sweat Shirts, Tee Shirts
Pennants, Stationery le? 2.42,
Fountain Pens, Pencils
Dictionaries, Books .I 'Q
NACS Member Hannah Iensen, Prop.
2711 No. 48th St., American-Burlington Bus Depot
Phone 6-1278 1927-1950
V Open Evenings
"EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT"
THE LUMBER SMITHS
LUmbef 0 o o o Cqql
2341 No. 48th Phone 6-2527
6-2345 2650 No. 48th
GATES INSURANCE AGENCY
CECIL C. GATES
CITIZENS STATE BANK
WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT
We Recommend This Place to Duncan Hines
2633 No. 48th Lincoln, Nebr.
STU DENT'S DEPARTMENT STORE
BOOKS OR FICTION
H35 R Sl. Lincoln 8, Nebr.
MEDHLS, PINS, HND TROPHIES
Jewelry Manufacturing Company
1108 P Street 2-3810
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
10th and O St.
Y I 1
A - 1333 O
I' '1 ' Susnwnv WILLIAMS PA1Ivrs
fb, '4 I
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"GRIME NEVER PHYS"
322 So. ll Geo. H. Lemon
Branch Office 2719 No. 48th
REMEMBER THOSE COLLEGE DAYS
COLOR OR BLACK 6 WHITE
Everything for your most popular hobby-
Garden Tools - Lawn Mowers
Paint - Vafnlsh - Bfufhes Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc.
Gift Ware - Toys - Radios
Telephone 2-7216 1221 O Street
Phone 6-2261 2739 No. 48th LINCOLN' NEBRASKA
Homes ll Sales
Farms Zi, Leases
Ranches -'nl' Rentals
Real Estate Loans
H11 Kinds of Property Insurance
In our 46th year of successful and satisfactory service
to people of the city and state, we cordially invite you
"Look At Your Shoes: Everyone Else Does"
DOYLE SHOE SERVICE
DR. KENNETH E. DROWN
to let us help you in the field of real estate and property 4 DENT'5T I
"Experience is the best teacher" 4728 S., Paul Ave Phone 6-2059
229 South 13th 2-6621
, Lincoln 4, Nebraska
at yOUl' SeI'VlCe
salesmen MEEK LUMBER COMPANY
cars Dealers in
R, E, H,,,,i,,g,.,, BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL
Don P. Harrington '25 Frank Harrington '40
C. V. Dixon Walter Bloomfield
Lee H' ov' Euan ming 2441 Norm 48th se. Phone S-2219
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Students Keep Fit ! !
WE HHVE H COMPLETE STOCK OF
TENNIS 6 K
EQUIPMENT YOUR DEPARTMENT stone:
Quality Merchandise at Prices STUDENT'S NEEDS
That Are Right
SERVING WESLEYHN THROUGH THE
PEP CLUB HND
THE BTHLETIC DEPHRTMENTS I
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HARRY REED SPORT SHOP The Basement of Od Mcun
1321 P Street 2-4191
Congratulations' Seniors . . .
Yours is a lob Well Begun!
When You Pick Up This Book In Later Years
And Recall Those Glorious Days At Nebraska
Wesleyan, Remember Us Too
THE FACULTY TYRRELUS FLOWERS
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF IN CORSAGES
OF o PARTY DECORATIONS
YOUR ALMA MATER
Phone 6-2357 Lincoln 1133 No. Cotner Blvd
"DELL," "CLEM." 6 "CHEN"
I FOR A Pow Wow
NM At the Cornhuskers New
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Delicious Taste Treats
Formal or Informal, Collegiate
Gatherings Always Enjoy the
'ix Excellence of
A l i . SCHIMMEL SERVICE
HOTEL COR HUS ER
A. O. SCI-IIMMEL, MANAGING DIRECTOR 0 A. L. LEW, RESIDENT MANAGER
UNDER SCHIMMEL DIRECTION
When it comes to any phase of
yearbook publishing, the Journal has
the right answers. Your problems
will be solved by our complete
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O LOW COST-NO SUB-LETTING-WE HANDLE ALL OPERATIONS
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HSSOCIHTION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCH-
TION ................................................................ 130
HLPHH GHMMH DELTH ........................ 146.
HRT CLUB ...............................
BEHUTY QUEENS ......... -..
BLUE KEY ...............................
CHRDINHL KEY ..,..................
COGS ................... ........
CRESCENTS ...... ....
DELTH ZETH .......
DRHMHTICS ........ ...........
FOOTBHLL ...... ...........
FRESHMEN ...... ....
IDEHL PLHINSMHN, PLHINSWOMHN ........
HNDERSON HHRDWHRE .......
HNNEX GHRHGE .................
HRRIGO MHRKET .............
HYER'S CLOTHING .........
BEHTRICE FOOD COMPHNY ....
BEN FRHNKLIN STORE ..............
BLOOM TYPEWRITER .............
BOYD'S IEWELRY .............
BUTLER'S CLEHNERS .....
CHMERH STORE ...................
CENTRHL RHDIO LHB ...........
CHEHPPER DRUG ...................
C1T1ZEN'S STHTE BHNK ...........
COLLIN S SERVICE ..................... ........
COTNER TERRHCE ....................
COMMONWEHLTH CO. ..................... ...... .
CONSUMER'S PUBLIC POWER .,....... ........
CORNHUSKER TEEPEE ROOM ......... ........
DOYLE SHOE SERVICE ,..........
DROWN, DR. .......................... .
EHSTMHN KODHK ...........
ELCE BOOKBINDERS .....
EVHNS LHUNDRY .............
EVHNS STUDIO .....................
FIRST NHTIONHL BHNK ............
FIRST TRUST CO ............................. ........
F1TZS1MON'S DEPT. STORE .......... ........
FOSTER'S CHFE .......................... ........
'GHS COMPHNY ..................
GHTES, DR. ..,..................... .
GHTES INSURHNCE .........
GOOD ICE CO ................
GREEN'S FURNHCE .........
CS7Cll.OOl gn dex
INTERFRHTERNITY COUNCIL ..........
IN TERNHTIONHL RELHTIONS CLUB ..........
IOHNSON Ham. .................. ........ 1 34,
IUNIORS ............,.,. ........ .............
Kappa car ........................... .....
KHPPH KHPPH psr ............ .........
Maur QUEEN .......................,..,........,.....,,,,.,,,,,..,
METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT ..........
NU-MED ...... ................ ...,.....
PHNHELLENIC COUNCIL ......... ....,........
PHI KHPPH PHI .......................... ...............,.
PHI KHPPH THU .............,.,...,. ...,,... 1 58,
PHI MU ......................... ,... .... 1 5 0,
PI GHMMH MU ..,....... .............
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HHRRINGTON'S ........................... .........
HHRVEY BROTHERS ..................... .........
HHVELOCK NHTIONHL BHNK ......... .........
HHWVER'S CHFETERIH ...............
HENDERSON ELECTRIC .......,...
HESTER'S GHRHGE ................
HOHGLHND HHRDWHRE ......
HOLMES' GROCERY ..............
HOMESTEHD DRIVE-IN ..........
H. P. LHU COMPHNY ...,......
IORDHN FURNITURE ..........
IOYO THEHTRE ................
KELLY'S HOUSEKEEPING SHOP ................
KELSO CHEMICHL CO ...................
KLHUTSCH, DR. ................. .
LHTSCH BROTHERS' .............
LINCOLN HRMY STORE ...........
LOFINK-THOMPSON - ..........
LOWELL'S IEWELRY .............
MHGEE'S ............ ...............
MHTHERS, DR. ...... ....... .
MHTSON, DR. ........... .
MHYO DRUG ................
MEEK LUMBER CO ..........
MILLER HND PHINE ..,,....
MOLZER MUSIC CO ............
PI KHPPH DELTH ........
PUBLICHTIONS ...... ....
SENIOR HHLL ...... ............
SENIORS .................. ....
SIGMH P1 SIGMH ........
STUDENT SENHTE ...........
THU BETH SIGMH ......,...
THETA ALPHA PHI .....,....
THETH CHI .....................
YELLERS OF THE BROWN ..........
WOMEN'S HTHLETIC HSSOCIHTION ........
W CLUB .................................................,.....,......
WHO S WHO .......................,.......v....
WILLHRD .............................,.................... 152,
WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL .....,.v
PHRK VHLLEY GOLF LINKS ........
PEERLESS CLEHNERS .........,....
PLHINSMHN BOOK STORE .......,..
RHLPHS IGH ............,........,,...........
REHDY MIXED CONCRETE ..........
REED'S SPORT SHOP ....................
RIXSTINE'S IEWELRY MFG .........
ROBERTS DHIRY ........................
ROBINSON'S CLOTHING ........
SHRTOR IEWELRY CO ...................
SERIGHT PUBLICHTION BUREHU ................
SMITH BROTHERS LUMBER ...,......
SMITH LOREN ....,...........................
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THSTEE INN .,..,...............................
THYLOR HND THYLOR, DRS .......,.
THERIEN FOOD LOCKERS ..........
THOMHS HHRDWHRE ..............
TROMBLH REHL ESTHTE ..........
TYRRELL'S FLOWERS ..........
NHTIONHL BHNK OF COMMERCE ............
NEBRHSKH BOOK STORE ..............................
NEBRHSKH TYPEWRITER ..................... ......
NESBITT'S BOTTLING CO .............................
NORTHEHST INSURHNCE HGENCY ..........
OLSON CONSTRUCTION CO ..........
UNI PLHCE NEWS .............. .......
UNI POPPER .................... .......
VHN SICKLE PHINT HND GLHSS ....I........,..
VHRSITY DRUG ......,.............................. .......
VHVERKH JEWELRY ......................... .......
VICTORY CLEHNERS ...... .......
WENDELIN BHKING CO ...............
WESLEYHNN BOOKSHOPP ...........
COFFEE SHOP ...........
SNHCK BHR .............
HCCIDENT CO ........
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