University of Nebraska Lincoln - Cornhusker Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

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FERGUSON Dean of College of Engineering ' ' I ' Mechanical Arts Building ..Sllblmule4mzdIzhmp1uhfA...d5JZ4binnivil:2uuin leaaninq the lundam.an.talA nf math to luuklqu andgactmiea .... fnqbwm Aupfmnm, Qmn C1 jmquaon, luzada ffm lated! C0078 DlLdQh nnJr.e.4ffzictcdmataJuM Law College A 111775 gland lm the dufzahbn but nfqfzad- uatu, ui 'nebnaakai law fn!- leqa lmadcd by Qmn JL JC Jnabzfz. Book www - Em COLUNEI, J. P. MURPHY HRS. N. BON.-XHOOM 111 1 1 1 'V' 11 . . '31, 'W-u 'A ,-.' 1 y vii", 'ifldfi A if 'fw-1,., 1 41 b."m1 ' ,Q ,1 'bf J,',L,f' ,361 'N 1 as .ye 1"--10 1 Jr, ,1 4 ,, N TH THEIR Q EIR Y ,mm 11 CD EY,KEENT D 1 1 E . I DT ,3'1fs, FA H W , 'M-1-11, 11,1 -N . ww! 1 - , ::N1-1'f'3'f-i'. , -.311-1-.--2-g 1 ff. 1.1 - ' ., ' ' .. .xwfm-. A - . ,.g'i- - U31 I-115.1 ' 1 .l1.., ., 1 1 1 .x HY,-' f A 1- 1' 'ifiimlinp ' , ,r 1 1 bv -' v N-ev.-.v-H ' ' "ic: - ' 1 - 'rE3'x,s1 ..x,1.1.M,,W Ml 5. :Efr c,, ,R X , 1 1,,.,7MMMwm v5:,. q 1 - x M b '- . 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While in school he was ac- tive in Pershing Rifles, he was president of Palladian and the Barb Union, and member of Phi Delta Kappa. LT. COL. EDGHR l. BOSCHULT, '23, Lincoln, was killed in action near Plachen, Germany, Novem- ber 8, 1944. Ft veteran of World War 1, Boschult had served as assistant purchasing agent at UN. He was a member of Sigma Xi, Sigma Tau, Phi Lambda Up- silon and Hlpha Chi Sigma. LT. COL. CHESTER BEHVER, '36, Yanlcton, S. D., was killed luly 31, 1944, in a plane crash off the El- lice Islands. Beaver was awarded the Silver Star, Distinguished Service Cross and he received the Presidential Citation and a battlefield promotion in numerous New Guinea campaigns. CHPT. HQRLOW 1. BREWER, '36, Ravenna, died in a lap prison camp luly 1, 1943, after Wain- wright's surrender at Corregidor. Brewer had served in the Philip- pines since lanuary, 1941, first in Manila and later on Bataan. While in school Brewer was a member of Delta Upsilon and Xi Psi Phi. .:., i . .. Q ' L' . 4 U 3, A . . .. 'W if .rr W ,-.,' ,Q is? If LT. CLHUDE BISHOP, '42, Lincoln, died of wounds in an English hospital Plugust 31, 1944. He had landed in Normandy D day and his unit saw action during the Battle of St. Malo. Bishop was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart tor action in the Battle of France. LT. RICHHRD Q. BROWN, '44, Lin- coln, was killed in Italy, Qugust 8, 1944, and had received the Bronze Star for meritorious serv- ice. He had been overseas four- teen months and had participated in combat in North Flfrica at the Hnzio beach-head and in the bat- tle for Rome. LT. ROBERT C. BONHHOOM, '43, Hastings, killed in action luly 14, 1943, during the New Georgia campaign, was awarded the Dis- tinguished Service Cross and Purple Heart posthumously for extraordinary heroism. While in school he was a member of the Cornhuslcer Rose Bowl football Squad. MHIOR OTTO K. BRT, '23, Wake- field, died September 22, 1943, in the United States. He had served in the Hleutians. for ten months as a dental officer. ln active serv- ice during World War 1 he saw combat duty in battles of St. Mihiel and Meuse Qrgonne, and was with the Ftrmy ot Occupation. Page 36 SGT. KENNETH W. BURHHM, ex '37, Lincoln, was killed in France on1une13,l944. He was awarded the Purple Heart postfiumously. He left for ovffrseazs duty on Flpril 1, 1944, and was: stationed in England until the invasion of France on "D" day. While attend- ing the University of Nebraska he :studied flrchitoctural Engineering. 'HE' CHPT. MILLHRD 1, CFIRLSON, '42, Phillips, was killed February 23, 1944, at Camp McCain, Missis- sipp,i ara he dirqpted firing of a trench mortar :shell Carlson waz: presented the Plmerican lnzstitute of Qrchitectza :scholarship medal while a :senior Upon graduation from UN he war: commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the infantry. Page 37 1 LT. IRMES C. CFIRLON, '39, Mad- rid, was killed October 23, 1943, near Bela Latina, ltaly. Carlon was inducted on Flpril 2, 1942, shipped overseas in and was May, 1943. He took part in the in- vasion of the Italian mainland and was Heart. awarded the Purple g 1 cnPT. ROBERT K. CQHNQHQN. '39, Lincoln, was declared offi- cially dead May 8, 1944, after be- ing listed missing for two years on Bataan. He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously, and he received two citations for the Distinguished Service Cross, but the records never reached the states, X H- L- L... Q :iii Q, -7 Q l no lowmdlluz uz up-to-data mode! JZ, and ton! Vlcbnmhafmamkle. Butz? waud long bnlofm fling mjalopzpfojaapnmzdaawadzbn in the mzudlufu flwzt iluuh ll.lz.f0lly pnnpsknewaonuzchabnuf. 4' 'ttf' Q' if, 5' wage Im CPL. B. B. CHRISTIE, ex '34, Lin- LT. IPIMES E. COX, ex '37, Lin- coln, died of Wounds received in coln, died as a result of injuries X the invasion of Leyte, October 21, 1944, He had been in the Pacific theater since Iune, 1943, having taken part in the Battle of Los Negros as a member of the lst Cavalry Division. While at- tending UN, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi. received from his act of heroism during the Fort McPherson fire, March 9, 1941. He was a member of Sigma Epsilon and the Flsso- ciation of Broadcasters. Since completion of college, Lieutenant Cox had devoted seven years to newspaper and radio work. jlwm, wmafhadaqi wluzn, Mzhd, dateAwmeflzu7zb1y4eA1wnJuziaA,and wink-uldpantiu ilwh nnhf npmahbn. 'LL 91. mah! DfdQf2IlA.Q,dIld il1.eqalwaqAluzldfhaflbuz.9!1vaulZ long though bnlnfuz flmu wml:-and ' aww by mamzuzwm and paw lbw Hmmm. CPL. IOHN T. DUNMRN, ex '32, Lincoln, died luly 9, 1943, in a lapanese prison camp after be- ing taken prisoner at Corregidor. He was chief surgical technician in a hospital. While at UN he was affiliated with Phi Kappa, and participated in the University players. LT. ROBERT FRST, '43, Lincoln, popular member of the campus set, was killed in Belgium, Ianu- ary 10, 1945. Before his death, he was awarded the bronze star medal. Hmong his campus activ- ities were included president of Sigma Hlpha Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Innocents, Corn Cobs, and senior class president. LT. ROGER R. COX, '42, Lincoln, was killed in France, November 17, 1944. His division was with the Seventh Rrmy. During his last year at the University, he was ROTC Cadet Colonel. The lieu- tenant was a member of Phalanx and Phi Beta Kappa. LT. IOSEPH M. FITZGERHLD, ex '14, Kearney, was killed in an ac- cident October 3O, 1943, While on duty near Santa Rose, Calif. Plfter World War 1 he remained in Officers' Reserves, and was commissioned first lieutenant March, 1943. Pit UN he was a member of Phi Delta Theta, and was admitted to the Bar in 1914. v MHIOR LEONRRD C. DULL, '36, Clifton, Kansas, died in France, September 16, 1944, from wounds received while leading his troops in Normandy the previous day. He participated in the taking of the French town, Chambois, and was awarded the Bronze Star medal and the Purple Heart. PVT. EDWIN M. FREEMRN, IR., ex '46, Denver, Colo., was fatally injured while on maneuvers at Camp Ifltterbury, Indiana, May 19, 1944. Rfter resigning from RSTP to enter the Flir Corps, he was transferred to the infantry. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi at UN. Page 38 l.T IHCK GRVlN, '35, Lincoln, vutertin of tained URII Rmericanw 82nd flirbornrr division, was killed while parricliuting over llollrinrl, Septeinber 19, 1944, He was awarded the Purple Heart pozztliuiiioiizzly, and Presidential Citation for Noriiiandy invasion, llr: r--tw-iv:-fl battlefield coinniisz- sion in battle of Sicily. SGT. CIIRRLLS C HERLY, ex '45, Lincoln, died in Holland, Novem- ber 17, 1944, of wounds received in action. flu recoivefl the Purple llrfart and Presidential Citation lfe writ: ri iiieriiber of Phi Gainnia Delta and was enrolled in Bus Rd College 1 i'.,.,.' ft'l LT WILSON C. GILMORE, '42, York, was killed March 5, 1944, at Ftnzio, ltaly. He was awarded the :silver :star posthumously for ob- taining information of the enemy and holding off superior forces of German troops. He was a grad- uate of Nebraska Law School where he was a member of Delta Theta Phi law fraternity. MRSTER SERGERNT CLIFFORD D. HURLEY, '42, Ohiowa, was killed by a German mine explo- sion on lune 30, 1944, near Naples. He received the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Soldier's Medal awards for heroic action. He was buried with mili- tary honors at Tarquina, Italy. LT. ROBERT R, GRITZFELD, ex '43, Scottsbluff, was reported killed in the .European Theater of War on September 22, 1944. The Purple Heart was awarded to him. He left for overseas duty on Iuly 9, 1944. While attending UN he was a member of Ftlpha Sigma Phi, and Corn Cobs. LT. WILLIFIM E. IHCOBS, '39, Lin- coln, died in a Iapanese prison camp on luly 12, 1943, Before the fall of Bataan, he was an in- structor of Filipino Scouts in the Philippines. While at UN, he was a member of Delta Theta Phi and Phalanx, LT. HHROLD H. HHLBEISEN, '31, Litchfield, died March 1, 1941, after being released from the army because of his health. While in school, he was enrolled in Bus. Fld. College, played base- ball, and was president of Rlpha Sigma Phi. CRPT. IOHN E. IRRMIN, '37, Lin- coln, member of "Wolfhounds"1n- fantry division, was killed in Httu in the Rleutians on May 14, 1943. He was awarded the Purple Heart and Silver Star Rt UN, he was a member of Delta Upsilon, business manager of "Hwgwan," and military editor of Cornhusker. LT. HOWHRD M. KENYON, ex '41, Mitchell, was killed in Germany, on September 14, 1944. Kenyon was sent overseas in November, 1943. He was enrolled in the Col- lege of Flgriculture and took ROTC training receiving his re- serve officers rank. gy! SXSGT. WILLIS G. NELSON, '40, Moorefield, died lune 14, 1943, in Northern Flfrica as a result of a surgical truck accident. The Staff Sergeant was attached to a Med- ical Division, which trained at Walter Reed Hospital. He partic- ipated in the North Hfrican cam- paign, and was awarded the good conduct medal. CPL. ERNEST B. LHWVER, ex '43, Seattle, Wash., died in Flrmy and Navy hospital at Hot Springs, Flrk., luly 24, 1943. Before his death, he was an instructor at a Field Flrtillery School in Fort Sill, Okla. Lawver majored in geology. LT. WENDELL T. NICKERSON, ex '41, Lincoln, was killed in France, November 14, 1944. ln heroic ac- tion he directed the removal of wounded from hostile fire for which he received the Silver Star. He went overseas in Hpril, 1944, and participated in the invasion of Normandy. PVT. MHX M. LONG, ex '47, Lin- coln, was killed near London on September 15, 1944. He was on active duty protecting London from Robot bombs, and was awarded the Purple Heart post- humously. Long was sent over- seas in Iuly, 1944, and was en- rolled in Law College while at UN. CHPT. BERNHRD F. MCKERNEY, '37, Berkeley, Calif., a member of the "Timberwolves" division was killed in Belgium on October 26, 1944. McKerney was president of Sigma Chi while in school, and was a member of Scabbard and Blade. 5 - CHPT. PHUL PETERSON, ex '35, was reported killed Iuly 26, 1944, in the European theater of war. Capt. Peterson was wounded in France and died in an army hos- pital in England. The Captain was a pre-law student while at- tending UN and entered the army in Hpril, 1941. .a SGT. BILL PIERSON, ex '44, Lin- coln, member of avolunteer para- chute regiment, was killed in ac- tion on D-day, Iune 6, in the in- vasion of Normandy. He was given the Presidential Unit cita- tion for fighting with a unit against superior enemy forces for the first three days of the in- vasion. , Page 40 CHPT. GORDON Ft. PRFICHER. '32, Madison, was killed May 28, 1944, in Italy during the battle for Rome. He served as Battalion Surgeon at the Flnzio Beachhead and was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart posthumously. Captain Pracher was affiliated with Theta Nu and Phi Beta Pi. f 1 TXS CPI.. HUGH RUTTMFIN, ex '44, Nelson, was killed in Lessay, France, when his car struck a German mine. Iuly 28, 1944. Cpl. Ruttman participated in the bat- tle for Cherbourg. He was placed in an Infantry Division before be- ing sent overseas Rpril 18, 1944. CFIPT. FRRNK C. SHIPMQN, '41, Lincoln, was killed near Cassino, Italy, on February 7, 1944. The Purple Heart was awarded post- humously to him. He participated in the campaign in North Hfrica and landed in Italy at Salerno Beach. He was a member of Qlpha Gamma Rho. LT. KENNETH R. SMITH, ex '41, Hartington, fighter pilot, was killed in the Mediterranean thea- ter of war December 19, 1942. Lt. Smith was awarded the Purple Heart for bravery in action. He participated in the Tunisian in- vasion. He was affiliated with Pi Kappa Pllpha. 'Vlad to , rfulbbblq waz! flu: fdlfbltlzf Apold. miflhilblld ww madawzdlodnvma ' mlm. Bufqaeatandzcfhzbmwnaaiobn madaandqfuzateabaftleainbrzlouqhfwudwnn. fanteruu fluzmibwzdfmal ' tnnlrihnpkzmof ' " ICD ll. A D Paqe 41 - 6 r X fx fs x X M- ftffizbp X l i 15,7 ,Z ,X X sf 3 ,ff .7 LT. WILSON E. SMITH, '42, Lin- coln, was killed on Flugust 31, 1944, in France, after having been there only three weeks. He re- ceived the Purple Heart post- humously. Lt. Smith graduated from Hg. College and while at UN was in Red Guidon and was on the "Cornhusker Countryman" staff. LT. KEI TQNFIHQSHI, ex '46, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, a Nisei of- ficer, was killed in Italy in luly, 1944. Lt. Tanahashi, mortally wounded while leading his troops in hostile action, died while di- recting operations against snip- ers. He wrote "when this busi- ness is taken care of we will live together as good Plmericansf' LT. IHMES R. SNYDER, ex '41, Lincoln, was killed in Holland, November 3, 1944. Lt. Snyder, who was commissioned a second lieutenant from ROTC at the Uni- versity of Nebraska in 1942, was a member of the 385th field ar- tillery battalion. While in school he was active in Phalanx. LT. LEO M. TUPPER, '41, Red Cloud, was killed, while making a map of a mine field, by an ex- plosion of a German teller mine at Termini Emerse, Sicily, Sep- tember l, 1943. Lt. Tupper partic- ipated in landing operations at Casablanca and Sicily, having arrived overseas in October, 1942. LT. IOHN M. SPEICHER, ex '44, Columbus, was killed by a snip- er's bullet Ptugust 3, 1944, at Plitape, New Guinea. He served in operations at New Caledonia, Guadalcanal and Munda. While at UN, Lt. Speicher was a pre- med student. He was sent over- seas in Plpril, 1943, LT. HERMHN VHN GUNDY, ex '42, Lincoln, was killed by an acci- dental explosion lllugust 18, 1943, near Oran, Hfrica, Lt. Van Gundy was mobilized with the National Guards in 1940 and attended Of- ficer's Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia. He served during the entire Plfrican cam- paign as a machine gunner. CQPT. DWIGHT THOMHS, '18, Lincoln, was killed October 4, 1944, in a crash off Newfound- land, Pt veteran of World War I, Captain Thomas was chosen to attend the first school of Military Government. He was a member of Hlpha Tau Omega, Innocents, Hlpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, and Phi Delta Kappa LT. IOHN M. WHGNER, ex '45, Schuyler, who arrived in Nor- mandy on D plus 1 with the famed "Ninetieth" division, was killed in later action, Iune ll, 1944. Lt, Wagner was wounded earlier on the same day and, en- dangering himself, helped a wounded comrade to safety and to medical attention, Page 42 LT. COL. PRUL WEEKS, '00, Chevy Chase, Md., died Decem- ber 20, 1942. Lt. Col. Weeks served at a Captain in World War 1 and until his death was manager of a factory producing army equipment. While in school he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi, and Phi Beta Kappa, 0? I Maioa RQYNOLD G. roms, '40, Utica, previously reported miss- ing, was killed in action on Sep- tember 2, 1943. He was awarded the DEC for heroism in aerial flight against enemy lapanese forces: in the Solomon Islands area. While at UN, he was a member ot Sigma Gamma Ep- silon. Page 43 LT, RUSSELL Q. W1-IITRKER, '37, died in Tampa, Florida, lune 21, 1944. 1-le entered the service in September, 1942 and received his commission May 10, 1943. He was a member of Sigma Chi and Kosrnet Klub and contributed a number of his own songs for these organizations. F LT. EDWRRD E. MCNHMHRH, ex '44, Lincoln, met his death in a plane crash October 8, 1943, near Iacksonville, Florida. While at- tending UN, he was a pre-med student. Lt. McNamara received his wings in September, 1943, at Corpus Christie, Texas. CHDET ROBERT Fl. NELSON, '40, Omaha, in an attempt to regain control of his plane, crashed to his death Flpril 28, 1941. Cadet Nelson participated in numerous military activities while at UN, was Major ot Pershing Rifles, and ROTC regimental colonel. F1ic1u2:Anmanfhnido4anndmkeAfnm1lcqalu2balI num fha muntfuy. 91 mms ' a nahbnal bz- Atituhbn. 81lfbl!i2wdIldf0Xll0.f2Abl,?!ldIlC2.dIld 5mmwzqflmnp.ena0znmanfAhallAwzd.7t'1zafionA wzdmzufanflzenaion. gfwnannlozzqnnapzknic. fs 'Q ""l fe Q13 BX Nj. F. K mips sg ie I Er' f gf.. N-X-xi! lik 'ff 3 CRDET OWEN R. FINDERSON. '42, Beaver Crossing, was killed Ianuary 29, 1943, at Bronson Field, Pensacola, Florida. I-lfter two years of school at UN, he en- listed in the Naval Hir Corps, Only two weeks before he was to have received his wings and commission, the plane he was flying crashed, killing him. LT. WILLIHM S. DEVEREHUX, '34, Omaha, Operations Officer of a PT boat squadron, was killed in an action in the Russell Islands in March, 1943. Lt. Devereaux participated in the Battle of the Solomons. While at UN he was a member of Innocents, Business Manager of Kosmet Klub, and a member ot Pershing Riues. 3!c PETTY OFFICER HOWHRD C. BHRGER, '43, Kenesaw, died of Rocky Mountain fever Iuly 17, 1943. He received his BS. in Pharmacy on Ianuary 30, 1943, and enlisted in the navy in March. While attending school he was president of the class of '42 and also a member of the Pharmaceutical Club. LT. Csgl RQYMOND ESSMHN, '41, DeWitt, was killed Iuly 2, 1943, while on active duty near Dutch Harbor, Pllaska. I-lfter graduating from Pensacola, Florida, Hugust 5, 1941, he saw active service at Pearl Harbor, Bataan, the South Pacific, and finally in the Flleu- tians. Cdifhjpnbzqahvmpmnmi - bag and fwilzyht walks. But flu: lellaahadinrlzanqaflwh ' melodiu to 'Undwzm dwulgh. " Jlwh rmualmndnmuqa Aann in ball .bnliom bwuulzh and mylztalawzdfhemnnpatnolidutybz ilwivufh Padilla Jlw we lvwld fnuqlwlibniilu. ENSI IO1-IN P. HHRT, ' '38, Le- moore, California, was killed in December, 1942, while returning to Honolulu from a secret mission to the Fiji Islands. He enlisted in the Navy Plir Corps in May, 1939, and graduated from Pensacola, Florida, Plugust 6, 1940. He was affiliated with Phi Delta Theta. LT. Cjgl FRHNK I. KNOTEK, '29, Ravenna, was killed Iune 4, 1944, in a dive-bomber crash near Temple, Texas. He entered active service in Iune, 1943, and grad- uated from an instructors' school at New Orleans, October 9, 1943, and was then assigned to Olathe, Kansas. Page 44 'Unpzi down" wad ilu: motto zu the mzwnlzhllm. dluwiz ' down, ' fww. But if wan fo dfwp Sub bt hzmtilc watvm and :mom bww when the top wnukl fuluz aqabr. JADIII IAM in b ' - Ilwm peace to wah. RQDIOMFIN lfc NEIL E. MHRVIN, '36, Greenwood, was killed at Corregidor, May 6, 1942. He sailed with the Qzsiatic fleet, :serv- ing on the flagship Flugusta and on the Houston. He received the Purple Heart and a memorial citation from President Roosevelt. He was a member of Hlpha Kappa Psi. Page 45 ' A HPPRENTICE SEQMPIN LLOYD D. MERCER, ex '46, Seward, died at the naval station at Plmes, Iowa, lanuary 29, 1944. He started his V-12 training at Iowa State in engineering on Iuly 2, 1943. While in school he was a member of Varsity band and Symphonic band and belonged to the Pio- neer Co-op. ENS. STUPIRT LOMFIX, ex '39, Broken Bow, was killed Decem- ber 7, 1941, on the USS Flrizona in Pearl Harbor. Ens. Lomax was the first UN alum to be killed in action. He graduated from the Naval Hcademy at Flnnapolis, Maryland in Iune, 1940. Ht UN he was affiliated with Beta Theta Pi. MOTOR MHCHINIST lfc EV- ERETT M, STUERMER, ex '35, Lincoln, was killed on December 7, 1942. He enlisted after matricu- lation to serve four years, re- turned to school as sophomore and was recalled by the navy. His ship participated in the in- itial landing operations in the Solomon Islands. M S .. ENS. BROOKS L. POTTER, ex '44, Fremont, was killed in a plane crash May 24, 1944. near Seattle, Washington. Ens. Potter was transferred into a torpedo squad- ron before the crash occured. He was a member of Sigma Chi, Pershing Rifles, and was a pre- law student. l SEHMFIN HOWPIRD GENE WHITE- HEHD, ex '40, Tecumseh, was killed in an automobile accident while returning to the Great Lakes Naval Base with a friend, Seaman Whitehead left UN to do defense work before entering the navy, Qt UN he was a member of Gamma Lambda and Sigma Phi Epsilon. 1 LT. HOWHRD C. QUSTIN, '40, Lin- coln, was killed in a bomber crash near Wayne, October 4, 1942. He graduated from Bus. Hd. College and while in school was affiliated with Sigma Nu. Lt, Pius- tin, a bombardier, had only one week of training left before he would have gone overseas. LT. LLOYD I. BUECHEL, ex '41, Lincoln, previously reported miss- ing in action, was killed in action over Yugoslavia on March 19, 1944. He entered the service in December, 1940, and later trans- ferred to the Plir Corps, where he became pilot of a B-24. While in school he was a member of New- man Club. LT. FRHNCIS R. BHRTON, ex '40, Lincoln, crashed to his death in lndia. Lt, Barton completed 25 missions flying across the famous "Hump," which has taken the place of the Burma road. The air medal was awarded to him post- humously. Lt. Barton piloted a C-87 transport. SGT. IOHN E, CHRNQHQN, ex '44, Lincoln, crashed to his death near Casper, Wyoming, Novem- ber 13, 1944. Sgt. Carnahan en- tered the army in 1942 and was an aerial engineer in the Trans- port Command. While at UN he was enrolled in Plrts and Sciences College. LT. PHUL H. BELLHMY, ex '44, Rapid City, South Dakota, met his death in the European theater of war, fllugust 25, 1944. H B-17 pilot, he received his wings at Douglas, 1'-lrizona. While at UN he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta and was enrolled in Liberal Plrts College. MHIOR IRVING C. CHQMP- STROM, '27, Chicago, Illinois, who Was in the Flir Service Com- mand, died on lune 13, 1944. Be- fore his death he was stationed at Patterson Field, Dayton, Ohio. When he was in school, he was a member of Theta Chi, Pllpha Kappa Psi, CHPT. STHNLEY M. BREWSTER, '39, Lincoln, was killed when his ship was bombed near Fttgiers, Qlrica, on Flpril 20, 1944. He was awarded the Purple Heart post- humously. Capt. Brewster was affiliated with Sigma Hlpha Ep- silon, president of Innocents, Stu- dent Council, Corn Cobs, junior class president, and Kosmet Klub. CHPTHIN IHCK F. CLQRK, ex '41, Omaha, was killed September 14, 1944, in an airplane crash at Clovis, New Mexico. He was a graduate of the United States Flrmy Hcademy at West Point, New York. Captain Clark at- tended the University of Ne- braska for two years. Page 46 'flnbfwulm 'llniunfuultq wm bwadad alnnq wdh Penn! Jlwufzm and flu: lallaalmzwilzafwalzldamabuhad Jluzq. limb: fastball muh D1 umfofunaandwud 'nablq whmthaqwmrcallnd Jlmq ' mllqebufavnnnwfiadzhf mlleqrmiuilmm. LT. HRTHUR C. EFICKER, ex '43, Broken Bow, high altitude pilot on a P-47 Thunderbolt, crashed to his death on September 13, 1943. Lt, Eacher received his wings at Randolph Field. He enlisted in the army in February, 1942 and left for overseas duty in Euro- pean Theater in Iune, 1943. Page 47 LT. RHLP1-I W. EGLE, ex '40, was killed Flugust 1, 1943, while par- ticipating in a raid over Rumania. For his outstanding services he was awarded the Flir Medal, the DEC, and the Purple Heart. While in UN, he was affiliated with Pi Kappa Hlpha. SGT. DONHLD S. DOBRY, ex '45, Lincoln, an aerial gunner, was killed on February 8, 1944. He was awarded the citation of honor and the Purple Heart. Sgt. Dobry participated in missions over Italy and Fllbania. He was a member of Palladian at UN. SGT, ROBERT N. ELOE, ex '45, Flnsley, tail gunner on a B-17 Fortress, was killed on a mission over Bremer, Germany, December 20, 1943. He received the Cita- tion of Honor, the Purple Heart, and the Flir Medal posthumously. Sgt. Eloe left for foreign service in September, 1943, and was sta- tioned in England. LT. WHLTER 131. DUNBFIR, '42, Lin- coln, was killed in Italy, Iuly 16, 1944. He enlisted in May, 1942, as an aviation cadet. He was awarded the air medal with three oak leaf clusters and Purple Heart. While in UN he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. LT. STHNLEY ESSMFIN, '39, De- Witt, was killed Iune, 1944 when the B-24 he was piloting was shot down over Flustria. Lt. Ess- man received the Flir Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters and the Purple Heart, He had completed eight missions and his squadron was stationed in Italy. Jliabmanddqtznta wmdtv mann 2vo1ba!l4aln2Awzdfluz1lu1u,to!luz flvulanwi mmwumtcbn aluuutdtfzanu wzdacanm andlwmemmbzq dancm. Bu! wah fluziclubralzfon bwnpfluzbzundfluzm ' monum- Aniionbnmnmn " mad. LT. ROBERT G. HQNLEY, ex '45, was killed May ll, 1944, at Clax- ley, England, in a P-38 plane while on a training mission. He enlisted in the Hir Corps Reserve in 1942 and was commissioned November 3, 1943. Flttending NU during the 1941-1942 term, he was enrolled in Teachers College. LT. CHRL W. HHRNSBERGER, '41, Lincoln, was killed when his plane crashed 'at Moore Field, Mission, Texas, luly 12, 1943, a few days before completing his training. He was a member ot Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, vice president of Corn Cobs, Corn- husker Staff, Kosmet Klub and Innocents. LT. GEORGE V. GOODDING, '40, Lincoln, was killed in an air bat- tle over Pantellaria, Iune 10, 1943. He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. While in college, Lt. Goodding was a member of Farm House Fraternity, Hg. Exec. Board, Coll-Hgri-Fun Board, Tri-K, and Qlpha Zeta Gamma. LT. WILLIHM BUCHER GRHY, Columbus, was killed when plane crashed off the coast Liberia during a terrible storm Iuly 17, 1942. He was in the Fe Command, flying planes fr Natal, Brazil to Liberia, Plirica. school, he was a member Delta Tau Delta and Corn Cc LT. OMHR W. HEQDRICK, '41, Superior, was killed in action lanuary 3, 1943, While on a mis- sion over Munda Field in the New Georgia Islands. He was one of the first pilots to join the Marines who landed on Guadal- canal. Lt. Headrick was awarded the Purple Heart. LT. HHRRY H. HEQTH, ex '40, Lodgepole, was killed February 28, 1944, on a mission over France. Lt. Heath was posthu- mously awarded the DFC and the Flir Medal with one silver and one bronze Oak Leaf Cluster, representing six additional awards of the Plir Medal. Page 43 PVT. GLENN E, HEDGES, '38, Lincoln, died Flpril 3, 1942, at Shaw Finld, South Carolina, after his l'JfITfICll1llf? tailed to operate properly While: in zzchool, he waz: prrrzzidrrnt of Palladian, Vice Prem- idrrnt of Phi Tau, a member of Delta Sigma Phi and the Glee Club. 1..1lfUTlINflNT COl.ONlfl. RUBREY S. llUltltlIN, '30, Lincoln, was killed in ltaly, May 14, 1944, while coinmvindinq V1 troop carrier group. llc won the flir Medal and the liirztiriqliislied Flying Cross with c:ll1::tr-r:: for participating in thu airborne campaign of the Rfricrrn invriaaion, Tiinizaifi, Sicily, and ltrily, Pflqrv 119 il M391 LT. DONQLD B. HILGERT, '43, Lin- coln, was officially declared dead after being listed missing since Plpril 5, 1943, in North Flfrica. He was a pilot of a P-38 fighter plane and his wife received the DFC and Plir Modal with two oak leaf clusters earned in Sicilian Straits. LT. VINCENT R. IQMES, ex '44, Lincoln, waz: killed in action over England on lune 29 1944, receiv- ing posthumously the award of the Purple Heart. He was a fighter pilot, having graduated from Rloe Field, Victoria, Texas, December 5, 1943. LT. IQMES T. HOGRN, '42, Omaha, was killed in an air crash March 29, 1944, at Finschafin, New Guinea. He received his commis- sion on lanuary 23, 1943, and was a navigator on a B-24 bomb- er. Lt. Hogan had received the Purple Heart. LT. LYLE R. IENSEN, '37, Big Springs, was killed in an air- plane accident at Biggs Field, El Paso, Texas, March 23, 1944. He was a flight instructor before his request for overseas duty was approved. Pit UN he was a mem- ber of Delta Sigma Lambda, Phi Gamma Delta, and Corn Cabs. CHPTQIN ROBERT D. HUNTER, ex '35, Pllbion, was killed lune, 1942 in an airplane crash. Cap- tain Hunter attended the Univer- sity af Nebraska two years be- fore graduating from the United States Flrmy Hcademy at West Point in 1939. SGT. ROBERT E. KHSHL, '37, Qmaha, was killed in an airplane crash near Naknek, luly 27, 1942. He entered the service February 7, 1941,and was flying a hospital plane carrying wounded soldiers during the Plleutian action at the time of his death. Fit UN he was affiliated with Sigma Chi. , CHPTHIN KENNETH N. KELLOW, ex '35, Battle Creek, Iowa, was killed over Romania on luly 28, 1944. In Italy he received the Hir Medal, together with a special citation for sustained and meri- torious work in the Italian-Balkan area of the War. Before going overseas he was appointed in- structor in Pterial Navigation. LIEUTENHNT IHMES B. LESI-IER, ex '46, Qkron, Colorado, was killed when his P-47 Thunderbolt crashed west of Hbilene, Texas, September, 1944. Lieutenant Lesher received his wings from Kelly Field, Texas, May, 1944. H fund was started in his home town for a post War "Iimmy Lesher Hall." CHPTHIN CLYDE H. KNHPP, ex '32, Los I-lngeles, California, was killed Ianuary 7, 1943, in Fllgeria when his plane disappeared into the Mediterranean. Ht the Univer- sity of Nebraska he was an honor student in Hrts and Science. Cap- tain Knapp received his first com- mission Hugust, 1935, and left for England in September. LIEUTENHNT LEWIS E. MQCKHY, ex '36, Lincoln, was killed in a practice bombing mission on Ian- uary 16, 1941, near McChord Field, Washington. While he was at UN, Lieutenant Mackay was affiliated with Sigma Nu, and a pre-med student. LIEUTENHNT WILLIHM E. KO- VHNDH, '39, Elk Creek, was stricken with a disease and died five months later on Hpril 7, 1942, in Denver, Colorado. While attending university he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, president of the senior class, and won an "N" for three years as a member of the basketball team. LIEUTENHNT WHLTER KOZEL, ex '39, Cheyenne, Wyoming, was killed in action over Wilhelm- shaven, Germany, Iune 11, 1943. Lieutenant Kozel studied medi- cine four years at the University before entering the service, and he received his Wings October 31, 1942, at Victorville, California, LIEUTENHNT ROBERT K. MHLM- STEN, '40, Lincoln, was killed in a plane crash October 8, 1943, at Victoria, Texas, at which time he was an instructor in advanced flying. Lieutenant Malmsten en- listed in the air corps September, 1942, and received his commis- sion Iuly, 1943. Q, W LT. IQMES E, MHUZY, ex '45, Plattsmouth, lost his life over Ger- many in Plugust, 1944, after 18 successful missions as bombadier on a B-17. Lt. Mauzy was a mem- ber of Hlpha Tau Omega and en- listed in the Hrmy Hir Corps Feb- ruary 22, 1943. Page SO 4- LT. FRED MESSMORE, ex '42, Lin- coln, was killed September 9, 1943, while piloting a P-38 in the battle of Salerno during the inva- sion of Italy. His first military ex- perience was as an instructor in the infantry. He was a member of Sigma Fllpha Epsilon while attending the University. LT. ROBERT R. MOOSE, ex '40, Omaha, having completed 122 combat missions in the South Pacific area, was killed in a mid- air collision with another Hmer- ican pilot. He was posthumously awarded the DPC, the Purple Heart, and the Flir Medal with an oak leaf cluster on each. Page 51 .1a7uzallmll2q.alukla,th:zylzad bufwluznflmzvuafcanmfhaqflwuqhfnnlyolflm punt jmallflukqafanlrnnnwluz ' " mean- 'I'ln1v1etteMlzadfvtalr.efh1z,tzlacnvIm!1nq:zlzZe-1? XX LT. ROBERT MURPHY, ex '42, Page, was killed over the Solo- mon Islands Ptugust 29, 1943. He was commissioned as a pilot in March, 1943, and left for overseas duty in the South Pacific later that year. When he attended the University he was enrolled in Hg. College. waaalzaadicontlzaai. ,f S. LT. GEORGE L. NEQTER, ex '43, Lincoln, was killed in action in the South Pacific, He took his first flight training under the civilian pilot program and received his wings Iuly 3, 1942. Lt. Neater was awarded the Hir Medal while sta- tioned in New Guinea with the P-38 "hind hunters." gmumgufw xx lg .' MRI. IOHN PHBST, ex '39, Lin- coln, died in Hugust, 1943, from a wound received on a mission over Rome. He was awarded the Purple Heart. Maj. Pabst gained his commission in the Field Hr- tillery Reserve in 1938 and went into active duty May, 1941. Maj. Pabst was stationed at Casa- bianca. MHI. ORVILLE RHLSTON, '20, Valentine, was killed in a Flying Fortress crash in 1943 while on a routine flight from Great Falls, Montana. Maj. Ralston was rec- ognized in World War I as Ne- braska's "Plce," and was also a member of Rmerica's foremost air unit. Jluwz wma pouzllc buf LT. THEODORE H. RING, ex '41, Hooper, was killed on a mountain crash while on a night flight be- tween Kunming, China, and Chabrea, India during a severe rain storm. For meritorious achievement in transport flying over the "Burma Road," he re- ceived the Presidential Unit Cita- tion. SGT. IHCK V, RRNZ, ex '44, Lin- coln, tail 'gunner, was killed while on a combat training flight at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on lanuary 10, 1944. He graduated from armory school at Lowry Field, Texas, and was stationed at Dyersburg, Tennessee. When he attended UN he was pledged to Phi Gamma Delta. LIEUTENHNT ROBERT REICH- STHDT, ex '39, Omaha, was killed October, 1941, while piloting a bomber in a take-off from Dun- can Hir Field, San Hntonio, Texas. P1 member of Sigma Nu he grad- uated from pre-med and entered the Rrmy I-lir Corps in 1935. He received his commission at Kelly Field, Texas. ilmmmwhoyfouqhifoia -nlutuluzflmqmade wzllnwm Ana. jh.aq'4av1fluzDzliu.uAnflzafw1z ' LT, NORMHN E. SCI-IEWE, ex '40, Murdock, was killed Iune 28, 1943, as a result of an airplane crash at Liberty Field, Georgia. While attending the university he was enrolled in the College of Fine Flrts for two years and the Col- lege of Rgriculture for one year. LT. HEROLD SENG, ex '41, Lin- coln, died May 10, 1943 from wounds received while in combat flying over Palerno. I-Ie was a navigator on a B-17 Fortress and he received his wings at Mather Field, California, September 26, 1943. He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. CPIPT. EHRL E. SNELL, IR., ex '40, Sioux City, Iowa, was killed Sep- tember, 1942, in a crash enroute from Omaha, Nebraska, to Tuc- son, Hrizona. He was a UN box- ing champion and a pledge of Kappa Sigma. Capt. Snell was a Commanding Officer of the 402nd Bombardrnent Squadron of B-24's. Page 52 1.'1' HOHIIHT W, STON1l, '43, North Platte, was killed in a ilanr: crfizzli ovfrr Hungary, lune 14, 1944 llr- wma awarded the lilvv-r Star poxatliiiriioiinly for re lllfllfllllfj with hir: ffripplr-fl :chip whilfr hizz rfrf-w iiirriprrd tree l.t. 110110 has rilgzo lirreri awarded the flir Mr-rlfil with two oak lrrat r:1li:1tf'i:z and the Purple fleart. -..,-' NWS-.... I-.qu CHPT 1l1VlN 11 VffNF1.1.., IR, ex 41, Shicklfry, ww: killf-d Sopteiii- br-r lv, 1943 llfr wan on him way to a rfrszt crimp when a terrific :storm clrizu-rl in Capt Vfrnfzll waz: awarded the Hir Medal on Sep- tvirilir-r .lrrl for leading hiaa flight Off 17311 lftjlllllflt 11l1!tIt1OT1l1. Vfifu- Mft LT. HRTHUR STOVER, ex '44, Lin- coln, wars killed lllpril 21, 1944, in an airplane crash over England. The Order of the Purple Heart was presented to his wife. Stover entered the army December 23, 1940, and received his commiss- zaion and wings September 10, 1943. LT. WILLIHM E. SWEENEY, '40, Lincoln, was officially reported dead Hugust 21, 1944, after being missing in action for a year in the Mediterranean theater. Lt. Sweeney was enrolled in the College of Business Pldministra- tion and graduated from the Col- lege of Law. hbnbzawnfzldnfpaaca. lffzlfh " dlldflllibllff wnpaqlwmagcfoflmm. LT MQRVIN L WHGNER, ex '44, Lincoln, wars killed in action lune, 1943, on a raid over Kiel The Purple Heart and the Flying Medal were awarded him post- humously at the Lincoln 13lirBase. Lt. Wagner enlisted in lanuary, 1942, received his commission in' November, and piloted a B-17, LT. BISHOP M. TOMS, ex '38, Coggan, Iowa, was killed in luly, 1942, in a bomber crash near Tucson, Ptrizona, while on a rou- tine training flight. Lt. Toms was a member of Hcacia Fraternity at the University of Nebraska. LT. BERDETTE L. WERTMQN, ex '42, David City, fighter pilot, was killed in a landing accident at Charleston, North Carolina, Sep- tember, 1942. Lt. Wertman re- ceived his wings at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. He was a member of Sigma Pllpha Epsilon and of the Rose Bowl team. LT. ELBERT S. WOOD, IR., ex '45, Cody was killed in action Octo- ber 14, l943, in a raid over Schiveinfurt, Germany. Wood was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. He was enrolled in the pre-medical course at the University of Nebraska until :shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hold Shan. Qnccnnbrfu, 1944 FXO DONALD W. ANDRESEN CAPT. BOYD E. ARINGDALE LT. FRANK M. BARNS LT. CHARLES BARTZ LT. R. BLAKEWELL LT. ROBERT J. BOSSOM LT. ROBERT L. BROWN LT. CARL G. BUCKENDAHL LT. JAMES F. CAIN LT. JACK N. CHRISTENSEN PFC. CHARLES COBBEY FXO DAREL D. COPPLE SGT. CHARLES CORNELIUS LT. KENNETH A. COVEY DEYO E. CRANE CAPT. WARREN B. DAY LT. ADRIAN B. DE PUTRON PFC. JOHN DOLEZAL ENS. LLOYD A. DWORAK LT. COM. JOHN L. ERICKSON LT. WILLIAM E. EVERS SGT. MAX D. FENSLER SfSGT. ROBERT FLANSBURG LT. WARD FREEMAN MAJ. ANTON L. FROLIK CAPT. VIRGIL E. GAUSMAN CAPT. WALLACE A. GERRIE LT. ROBERT L. GILLIS LT. JOHN A. GOE MAJ. CHARLES E. HANSEN CPL. LELAND F. HECKMAN LT. WILLARD C. HEDGE CAPT. RICHARD E. HIATT LT. DONALD HITCHCOCK SGT. B. DALE HITES PFC. PAUL M. HOFMANN SXSGT. JOHN W. HORSH LT. J. DANIEL HOUSTON LT. DONALD E. HUEGALL CAPT. MAURICE H. HUNTER PFC. CHESTER F. JACOBS LT. ROBERT E. JUNGMAN PVT. ALBERT G. KEIBER LT. JOHN KERL SGT. LEE KLOSTERMEIER PFC. CHRIS R. KORTMAN LT. HENRY H. KRAMER PVT. HERBERT KROEKER LT. fJGJ CARL M. KUBE, JR. LT. JOHN F. KUHL LT. CLIFTON LAMBERT LT. HERBERT E. LONGREN LT. WILLIAM E. LUKE CAPT. WALTER LUTHER LT. EDWARD D. MCKIM, JR. ENS. G. JOHN MARVIN LT. JAMES W. MARSHALL LT. RAYMOND E. MATTESON LT. JACK F. MEYER LT. CLARK E. MILLER SGT. CYRUS MILLER LT. KENNETH B. MILLER SGT. HARRY A. MOORHEAD ENS. ROLAND MORGOIN LT. WARD L. NEFF LT. COL. DONALD F. NEWELL MED. OFCR. EDWARD R. PELIKAN THOMAS PERRY CAPT. LILLARD E. PRATT LT. JON W. PRUDEN LT. RICHARD D. RADMORE COL. ALBERT E. RANDALL SGT. N. WAYNE RINGSTMEYER LT. ROBERT M. ROOK LT. RICHARD R. ROSS LT. WILLARD C. SHARKEY LT. FRANK B. SMITH SGT. KENT SPOHN LT. WILLIAM S. STUBBS CAPT. C. E. SUMMERS LT. ERLE V. SWEDBERG SXSGT. LELAND THACKER LT. LOREN E. THOMPSON LT. GLEN H. ULRICH LT. COL. WILLIAM G. UTTERBACK PFC. ROBERT S. VOSE LT. CHARLES R. WEAVER LT. DONALD E. WHITNER CLYDE E. WILCOX LT. GORDON LEE WILLITS LT. LOWELL V. WRIGHT LT. EDWARD WUNDERLICH LT. ROBERT YOUNG MAJ. WILLIAM YOUNKIN Page .54 Book T M Q ,, M ,ef-QM' vi J ! 'K as My . QM f- W ,N Qiflx' f Q31 W emi, X 'Af' " v , :3jf?'fF 1 Vw ff J K 'ffmff , , H wffhyz. A J ,WL M. J' 'mf ,fm si ,Iv ' 'ML If 99 ,1"v.f fly' .J54 init.: -1- f 'fiflfiq 514 ,MQ 32 . V f ,fwpgqf my V lf 'f f.SgfI',i?S fif3f'5'3'5l: A '3W-Ps'mGgfffff,,fxw,,3.tfw'3'f'S5, 1'i-'Twig " ,-'P Mf""'f V W Ni ,,,v Mavwww 5 ff? A4 'lr' V, W fam NW ,figfw H Q Wi 1 Mir. , I. Abdnor M. Aker M. Alden I. Alexander M. Allen H. Andersen D. Anderson G. Anderson L. Anderson L. Anderson C Anson H. Armstrong IQMES HBDNORQ Kennebec, S. D., Bus. Hd. Sigma Chi, pres., Student Council, lntertrat. Council. MHRY QKER7 Harvard, Com. Hrts. Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Phi. MHRY HLDEN, Kimball, Hist. Hlpha Chi Omega, Pi Lambda Theta, YWCH cabinet, Student Foundation. IHMES PlLEXPlNDERg Lincoln, Eng. Sigma Nu, Newman club. MHRY HLLENg Weeping Water, Psych. Hlpha Omicron Pig YWCHQ Panhellenic. HHROLD HNDERSEN, Omaha, Eng. Phi Gamma Delta, pres., Phi Beta Kappa, Student Council, pres., Nebraskan, mang. editor, Who's Who. Super-saleswoman"Russ" found that the dollars and cents led to her holding the gavel as Tassel prexy. But she had more than pep for Mary Russel was also an art major and ardent war worker. She was the third Russel sister to wear the MB black mask. DORIS HNDERSON, Omaha, Soc, Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH. GERHLDINE HNDERSON, Omaha, Eng. Kappa Hlpha Theta. LHURH HNDERSONy Hartington, Com. Hrts. University Theater. LUCIH HNDERSON, Pender, Chem. CORDELIH HNSON, St. Paul, Minn., French, RUTH PlRMSTRONGg Sioux City, la., Bus. Fld. Pllpha Xi Delta Student Foundation. HILEEN PiRNERg Davenport, la., Home Ec. Home EC, club, YWCQ. CLHYTON HXTHELM, Gothenburg, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. BERNQDINE BQlLEYg Omaha, Bus, Qd. YWCQ, WHQ, I A. Amer C Axthelm A. Birdsall D. Black Page 58 P ' the 52Il1b!ld -low: 1124125 pfleazuzinq, ' , ld:- mq-wwflfww wwf vi 11. Jawa zpzalm of Aoplziaticatzbn and Aloppq ibm-actduliea and -plwnwhbfm and ,abu- MQBY BEPlCl'lLYg Lincoln, Soc, Chi Omega, YWCH. HOWHBD BECKEB, Los Plngeles, Calif., Bus. Hd. Sigma Phi Epsilon, MHRGHHET BEEDE, Lincoln, Soc. Pi Beta Phi, pres., War Council, RUF, pres., Bag Tags, editor, Whos Who. BEVERLY BlBQg Exeter, Com. Flrts. Kappa Phi, Coed Coun- selor hoard. HNNE BIRDSQLL, Lincoln, Music, Della Omicrong YWCH. DOROTHY BLRCK, Lincoln, Flri. Chi Omega, Delta Phi Delia, YWCB, 1 v li Bailrry M lloachly H.BeCker ll. lilallfzpiirlnr M Hlocha F, Bloick Page 59 "Carny" was known for her clean deals and personality, even though she had her fingers in many pies-AWS prexy, YW treasurer among them. She wore the Chi O pin with gavel at- tached, an MB pin, and the maltese cross of a certain ATO-now wearing khaki. RUTH BLQTTSPIELER Tobias, Eng. Hlpha Chi Omega, YWCP1. MQBY BLECHH, Benkelman, Home Ec. Home Ec. club, 4-H club. FRQNCES BLEICK, Omaha, Phys. Ed. Orchesis, Phys. Ed, club, pres., WQFL GLHDYS BOWMl31Ng Hlbion, Voc. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Ec. council, War Council, YWCQg 4-H clubp Home Ec. club. BETTY BRINKMF-lNg Lincoln, Hri. Filpha Chi Omega, Delta Phi Delia, YWCH. 2'-I M, Beecle B. Biba G. Bowman B. Brinkman A. Brown D. Brown R, Brown I. Browne A. Brunken l. Buckley HMY BROWN, McCook, Elem. Ed. Hlpha Phi, Pi Lambda Theta. DONRLD BROWN, Wray, Colo., Hg. Engr. Hlpha Gamma Rho, Sigma Tau, HSHE. ROBERT BROWN, Gresham, Bus. Fld. Fllpha Tau Omega. IEFINNIE BROWNE, Lincoln, Zoo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Stu- dent Council, Cornhusker. QDELINE BRUNKEN, Columbus, Ptgr. Home Ec. club. IEQN BUCKLEY, York, Eng, Kappa Rlpha Theta, SHLLY BUSCH, Omaha, Pol. Sci, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pres., Panhellenic. BHRBHRQ CHLMER, Sioux City, la., Phys. Ed. Hlpha Xi Delta, pres., Tassel, WRR, Panhellenic, YWCR, Phys. Ed. club. Personality man Gene Dixon breezes out of the nu1,nDgf1m'1 wma, ' gon, Jhnq lm to MHRY CQMPBELL, Omaha, Music, Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCH. DOROTHY CHRNHHHN, Lincoln, Psych, Chi Omega, pres., Psi Chi, Vestal ot the Lamp, Mortar Board, HWS, pres., YWCH cabinet, HUF, advisory board, Cornhusker, Who's Who. PHT CHHMBERLIN, Blue Springs, lourn. Kappa Qlpha Theta, Theta Sigma Phi, Vestal ot the Lamp, Mortar Board, Daily Nebraskan, editor, Who's Who. BETTY CHFIPMHN, Lincoln, Qdvertising. ELHINE CHRISTENSEN, Lyons, Hg. Extension, Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicrori, Home EC. club, 4-H club, Kappa Phi, YWCH cabinet, War Council. rfullabbzq and miba. .Sminfm -flue jhrzu low: zpzalz Aaddle Alum luklmlumwfhaiaiqhtoiclorka, Union, coming from a Student Council meeting. no doubt. Aside from the fact that he's pinned to yearbook ed Myra, he deserves a picture for being Sig Ep president, ex-Cornhuskerite, and well-known Navy dent about campus. or-fr' 3218 53' l 4 gl X S. Busch B. Calmer M. Campbell P. Chamberlin B. Chapman E. Christensen Paqe BO C Clark M,Cnlherc1 A Colburn C. Collins W. Comstock M. Corbitt lt Cranu A Crosby H DeLong M Derrick K Detweiler B. Dickerson FIUGUST CIIBISTENSON, Colon, Hccounting. Delta Upsilon. CHBOL CLFIRK, Salt Lake City, Utah, Econ. Pi Beta Phi, YWCQ, Phi Chi Theta. MYBQ COLBEBG, Lincoln, lourn., Pol. Sci, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi, Vestal ot the Lamp, Cornhuuker, editor, YWCQ cabinet, War Council, Who's Who. HMY COLBUBN, Lincoln, Eng., Psych. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCQ. CHTHERINE COLLlNS, Marshalltown, la., Spanish. Hlpha Xi Delta, YWCH. WILMH COMSTOCK, Hnoley, Elem. Ed. Kappa Phi. MQRGQRET COBBITT, Geneva, Com, Ftrts. Hlpha Chi Omega, YWCQ, BHRBQRP-1 CRQNE, Omaha, Plgr, War Council, Home Ec. club, YWCH, Bl'-'IBW council. QNNE CROSBY, North Platte, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma, Pi Lambda Theta, University Singers. RUTH DELONG, Nebraska City, l-list, YWCFL Ml-TRY DERRICK, Lincoln, Flgr. Chi Omega, Home Ec. club, YWCQ. KFITHRYN DETWEILER, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma, Pi Lambda Theta, Cornhusker, mang. editor, BETTY DICKERSON, Holdrege, Zoo. Pi Beta Phi, pres, Pan- hellenic, YWCH, Giving her all for glamour is Natalie Neumann. D, Carnahan Student Foundation president, Mortar Board. Gamma Phi president, and AWS hoard mem- ber. Nut breezes hlithely around like she hadn't u cure in the world, hut just ask her why the Student Directory didn't come out until January. A Clirizztornzori ljclijnr lvl The bets are 2-1 in Ghita's favor for any one who tries to get into an argument. That was just an aversion to being president of War Council, business manager of University Theater, an MB, and ex-prexy of SDT. It's a wonder she had time to pose! GENE DIXON, Superior, Dent. Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres., Student Council, lntertrat. Council, Xi Psi Phi, Cornhusker, Who's Who. PHYLLIS DODGE, Burwell, Hgr. Chi Omega, Tassel, Home Ec. club, YWCH, Hg, War Council, pres, DORIS DOLEZHL, Wahoo, Plrt. Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Phi Delta, Pi Lambda Theta, Student Foundation, YWCH, MHRGHRET DOLEZHL, Wahoo, Elem. Ed. Fllpha Chi Omega, YWCH. IEHNNE DOUGHN, Craig, Mo., Bus, Fld. Pi Beta Phi, Phi Chi Theta, YWCH. GEORGHNNE DOW, Omaha, Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Phi. '06Z mnflulutzbn to alidthaqbnmadeqonduaenfzl. Jlzeqbz dihmvmed that iaumzmulhiball dnd tlmylma- ll3.2flldfdf.lMAf1lhllfll0.Llll.dDg CHHRLES DRHKE, Lincoln, Econ. Phi Kappa Psi, Innocents, Kosmet Klub, Cornhusker. IEHNNE DRESDEN, York, Ed. Kappa Hlpha Theta. IRENE DUNNELL, Omaha, Econ. Kappa Kappa Gamma. BONNIE DUSTIN, Bellevue, Bus. Hd, THOMHS DWORHK, Lincoln, Dent. Hlpha Tau Omega, pres., N club, Delta Sigma Delta. HNNETTE ECKBLHDE, Stromsburg, Music. Mu Pi Epsilon, Uni- versity Singers, Varsity Band. IEHN EDSON, Beatrice, Soc. Kappa Phi. GORDON EHLERS, Columbus, Dent. Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Delta, Intramural Hthletics, director. G. Dixon P. Dodge D. Dolezal M. Dolezal I. Dougan G. Dow I. Dresden l. Dunnell B. Dustin T. Dworak A. Eckblade G. Ehlers Page B2 E. Evans F, Farnsworth B, Fee R, Forsyth H. Frcese N, Friesenborg ELIZHBETH EVQNS, Lincoln, French. Pi Beta Phi, YWCH. EHHNCES EHRNSWORTH, Riverton, Wyo., Music, Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Pllpha Iota. BETTY EEE, Lincoln, Voc, Ed. Sigma Eta Chip YWCPL Home EC. club. RUTH FERGUSON, Lincoln, Music, Delta Omicron, University Singers. CHHRLOTTE FILTER, McCook, Music, F-llpha Xi Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, University Singers. IOHN EINKLE, Lincoln, Flnthro. Psych. Chi Omega, Psi Chi, Gamma Mu Theta, Newman Club, R. Ferguson C. Filter I. Finkle B. Gage A. Garver C. Garver RENH FORSYTH, Lincoln, Eng, Kappa Fllpha Theta. HILDH EREESE, Plymouth, Plrch. NELTON FRIESENBORG, Gothenburg, Bus. Fld, Delta Upsilon Varsity Band. BETTY GQGE, Lincoln, Soc. Newman club. HDELHIDE GHRVER, Lincoln, Hrt. Towne Club, Delta Phi Delta pres., YWCFtg WQH, War Council. CQROL GQRVER, Lincoln, Home Ec. Qlpha Xi Delta, Home Ec Flssocg YWCH. Long, lanky "Pepita Jo" Martz couldn't get C. Drake away from her telephone in the Nebraskan business office long enough to get "took". Drum- ming up more ads for the Nebraskan "shopping guide" no doubt. This Mortar Board is famous for missing the point in jokes-in fact, just famous, period. I. Edson Page' F13 Flame-topped Cornhusker editor Myra Colherg spent a hectic year putting out the "book," going to Mortar Board meetings and keeping track of Gene Dixon. Year-book beavers swore by her in spite of the lash she cracked, and that says a lot for Myra Jane. IRNET GIBSON, Gibbon, Elem. Ed. Gamma Phi Beta. HELEN GOODWIN, Sidney, Com. Plrt. Kappa Rlpha Theta, YWCPL Nebraskan. MPIRYLOUISE GOODWIN, Lincioln, Iourn. Pi Beta Phi, Theta Sigma Phi, Nebraskan, mang. editor, War Council, YWCH. BEHTRICE GORHHM, Hurora, Voc. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omicronp Home Ec. Hssoog 4-H club, YWCI-I. MFIRIORIE GRHNTg Lincoln, Eng. Hlpha Chi Omega, YWCH. VERH GREENE, Broken Bow, Com. Qrt. Pi Lambda Theta, YWCFI. MFIRGHRET GREGGg Clarks, Voc. Ed. Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, YWCFL Home Ec. Hssocg 4-H club. ...n1v,o.al1...L4 JluzAncialwlu7z1in50Ah.. Lanka mluxplkunua by fhuh nb- Auimbrlavn Jliblldhlj . . . ldwlf ' fheqllmbnen. " Abzmfhcqwmr IUNE GRIFFIN, Plattsmouth, Elem. Ed. Delta Delta Delta. SHIRLEY GROSSMHNQ Lincoln, Soc. Sigma Delta Tau. MPIRGHRET I-IFlGENg Omaha, Textiles. Hlpha Omicron Pi, pr Panhellenic, YWCH. BETTY HHNEYg Omaha, Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCR. GEORGIPILEE I'IQNSENp Omaha, Chem. I-Ilpha Omicron Varsity Band, YWCI31. , IOHN I-IHRDY, Omaha, Music. Delta Upsilon, pres. HLBERT I-IFlRPERp Oelwein, Ia., Dent. Xi Psi Phi. DORIS HFIRRIS, York, Soc. es., Pi, I. Gibson H. Goodwin M. Goodwin B. Gorham M. Grant V. Greene I. Griffin S. Grossman M. Hagen B. Haney G. Hansen I. Hardy Page 64 li 1 I7 Hum. W Haskins ll Hastert A Hasty II. Hawkins M Heifn ll ll iuyilull M Hfrrrnfzrnrrycr l Herndon WlNll'llliD IIHSKINS, Plainview, Buzz. Fld, Phi Chi Theta. lifllilllil' llPlfSTEllT, Shelby, Chem Engr. Sigma Phi Epsilon liuar lixrrc hoard, Newman club. fllifllllili lil'lfSTY, Omaha, Elem. Ed, YWCH. liDITll HQWKINS, Omaha, Econ. Pllpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta llclfrrizzkcin. MFlltGPlRET HEIM, Dawson, Voc Ed, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Hg lfxf-ff hoard, Tazzfzrel, Home Ec. club, BREW, YWCFI, Hg, He liaiouzz Wfrllarfr Council. lllIl.lIN IILMPHILI., Sioux City, la., lourn. Delta Delta Delta, llif-lfi .uiania Phi. C, Hill G. Hill B,Hinr1chs MELVIN HERMSMEYER, Scotia, Dent. Sigma Nu, Xi Psi Phi. IOHN HERNDON, Glenwood, la., Buss. Fld. Phi Chi Theta. CHHRLOTTE HILL, Lincoln, Ec Soc. Sigma Delta Tau, Vestal ol the Lamp, Cornhusker, bus. mang., Tassel, YWCH, Ne- braskan, bus. mang., Interfaith Council, GHITQ HILL, Lincoln, Eng. Sigma Delta Tau, pres , Mortar Board, HWS, QUE, YWCQ cabinet, University Theatre, bus. mang., Whos Who. BONNIE HINRICHS, Lincoln, Psych. Eng. Delta Gamma, pres., Psi Chi, YWCQ cabinet. Nehruskan editor Pat "PC" Chamberlin, minus G ffvfw A llfxrrtfrr her black harlequin glasses, looks up from what- ever evil she is brewing on her cigarette hutt- coffce cup-and generally littered desk to greet a staff who thought she was "THE" rag editor of the ages. i,, rm 'Cn V. Hoeinann P. Holbrook D. Holcomb M. Holmes lvl. Holtz F. Howell E. Huttenmaier E. lnouye M. Irwin L. Iacobson C. lessee H Iohnson VICTOR HOEMRNN, Newell, Ia., Bus. I-Id, PHYLLIS HOLBROOK, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, YWCR. DOROTHY HOLCOMB, Kearney, Iourn. MQRY HOLMES, Lincoln, Zoo. MFIRY HOLTZ, Lincoln, EC. I-Ilpha Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta, HWS board, YWCR cabinet, War Council, ERHNCES HOWELL, Caldwell, Idaho, Voc. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, Omicron Nu, 4-H club, Home Ec. Hssoc., Hg YWCH Cabinet, Coed Counselor board. We caught Harold Andersen, pipe in hand, ex- plaining the next day's lay-outs for the Rag. We could also have found him presiding at thc Fiji house or at Student Council. "Andy" even found time to hit the books and become a PBK. EDNI-I I-IUTTENMRIER, Blue Springs, German. Rlpha Lambda Delta, Religious Welfare Council, BREW council, Nebraskan. EUSRYE INOUYE, Gering, Botany. YWCR. MHRIE IRWIN, Belgrade, Com, Hrts. Kappa Phi. LOIS IFICOBSON, Newman Grove, Rgr. Home EC. club, YWCR. CHRRLENE IESSEE, Grand Island, Spanish. Delta Della Delta. HELEN IOHNSON, Whitefish, Mont., Speech, Eng. Delta Gamma, Mortar Board, Vestals of the Lamp, Rlpha Lambda Delta, Coed Counselor board, WRFI council, Tassel, Who's Who. D. Kelly V. Kemper E. Kokes I. Koleszar Page 66 Qi umpmwwmihngbnbmn - ouiainfluz ...flm6'nJzn- 'ngolzhfopulalltluh fn4dlwrAioll1.2qw11l nwmfoltqd. lllil.EN IOHHSON, Nr.-maha, Elem Ed, Pi Beta Phi, YWCQ, MYll'l'l..li IOHNSON, Omaha, Elom Ed. Fllpha Phi, Pi Lambda Theta, YWCQ cabinet, Cornhuzslcer. ROY IOHNSON, Lincoln, Music. Sinfonia, pres., University Singers. l.lIfll.lE IOHNSTON, Central City, Buss. Qd. Delta Upsilon. l'PlNCllON IONES, Sioux City, la., Elem, Ed. Delta Delta Delta. IOHN KPll.llJ, l.inc:oln, Zoo Newman cluh IJONNQ Klil.l.Y, N1:l:1on, Soc. Vfll. KEMPEH, Omaha, Elec. Enqr. llillll KINNIE, Lincoln, Spfrfrcli Delta Siqma Rho, Towne Club, H Iohnson M. lohnson H Iohnson l. lohnston l' lanes l.K.1tin MFIRY KNOX, McCook, Pre-med International House, Orchesis, Nu Med. MHRY KOBES, Crete, Dietetics. Delta Delta Delta, YWCH, Pan- hellenic, pres., Home EC. club, Tassel. ELIZQBETH KOKES, Ord, Phys Ed Phys. Ed club, IEHN KOLESZHR, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Qlpha Phi, Pi Lambda Theta. IQMES KRHTOCHVIL, Osmond, Dent. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Xi Psi Phi, Student Council, IQNET KRQUSE, Hlbion, Eng. Delta Gamma, Cheerleader, Stiie dent Union board. OLGQ LRCINPI, Omaha, Ed. Pi Lambda Theta, -4, is I Klnnn- M Knox M Kobes l l'nitfwhvil l Kranfzf- O Lacina l in- ti! lt was u rare treat to find Peggy Larson listen- ing to the radio as she has been on the go every minute making the wheels go round on ug campus as prexy of the ug executive hoard and also of ug YWCA. lloesn't she look like 19-13's Pep Queen??? Business woman supreme is Charlotte Hill who spent her junior and senior years respectively keeping the Rag and the Cornhusker out of the red. Here, at her desk, as business manager of the yearbook, she contemplates squeezing an- other nickel out of someone, or is she worrying about lier "men," EFIRL LQMPSHIRE, Lincoln, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. NORMHN LQNSPQ, David City, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. CHHRLES LQNTZ, Flrnold, Elec. Engr. Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tau, HIEE. IEHN LHRSEN, Horner, Ed. Fllpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board, pres., Vestal ot the Lamp, Coed Counselor board, YWCQ, Student Foundation, Tassel, War Council, Who's Who. ERNEST LPLRSON, Fremont, Hccounting. Phi Kappa Psi, pres., Student Union board, PEGGY LHRSON, Lincoln, Home Ec. Towne Club, Phi Upsilon Ornicron, Who's Who, Pig. YWCQ, pres., I-lg. Exec. board, pres., Tassel, Home Ec. club. a xy f E. Lampshire N. Lanspa C. Lantz E. Leamer R. Leger H. Lehman M. Lentz C McCoy EVELYN LEHMER, South Sioux City, Pre--Law. Hlpha Chi Omega, pres., Phi Chi Theta, YWCQ. RUSSELL LEGER, Burchard, Music. Phi Gamma Delta, Sinfonia, Student Council. HELEN LEHMHN, Carroll, la., Primary Ed. Sigma Kappa, YWCH. OLIVE LEHMER, Omaha, Spanish. Orchestra, Orchesis. DOROTHEQ LEMON, Lincoln, Insurance. Towne Club, Phi Chi Theta, YWCH. ESTELLE LENNEMPINN, Orleans, Bus. Fld. Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta, QUE, YWCH, War Council. E, Larson I. Larsen P. Larson O. Lehmer D. Lemon E. Lennemann Page 68 I, Linch M, Lyle V. Lynn A. McCague I. McCarville V. McCorkindale V. McCulla ll McGee B. MoNeel F. McPherson W. Mahan V. Malster Page HU MHRIQ LENTZ, Louisville, Home EC. Omicron Nu, Home EC. club, YWCQ, BQBW: War Council. IHCK UNCH, Morrill, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. MQRILYN LYLE. Omaha, Music. Kappa Kappa Gamma. VIRGINIH LYNN, Minden, Com. Flrls, Kappa Delta, YWCH. QDELQIDE MCCFIGUE, Omaha, Ec. Kappa Kappa Gamma, IOHN MCCHRVILLE, Omaha, Zoo. Phi Delta Theta, Nu Med, Newman club, University Theater, VIRGINIF-1 MCCORKINDQLE, Bellevue, Eng. Jian uw, had um imma, and ' 14a...yw.4f fwiaawlwmmdmuuiafm-I fn1mwzd61wfh.e1m.Jhngfauqht', uma. aws Mia ffuhd hand to follnw fha il CHESTER MCCOY, Springview, Dent. Sigma Hlpha Epsilon, Xi Psi Phi. VIRGINIP. MCCULLQ, Lincoln, Eng. Hlpha Phi, Tassel, Corn- husker, QUE, HHRRY MCGEE, Omaha, Dent. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Xi Psi Phi. BHRBHRH MCNEEL, Nebraska City, Ed. YWCQ, University Singers. FRQNCES MCPHERSON, Omaha, Phys. Ed. Delta Gamma, Mortar Board, WHH, pres., Tassel, YWCQ, Phys. Ed. club, Who's Who. WILLIHM MHHHN, Bridgeport, Dent. Xi Psi Phi, VlRGlNlH MQLSTER, York, Eng. Kappa Pllpha Theta. Whatever she is aiming the arrow at, it's a good bet that Mickey McPherson will hit the hulls-eye. This very eflicient WAA president, Mortar Board. and Delta Gamma is tcrrifically modest, it's also a good bet you didn't know her real first name is Frances. M Maly A Marcus ll May P Mead PEGGY MHLY, Lincoln, Phys. Ed. Kappa Pllpha Theta, Orchesis. RLVIN MRRCUS, Plshland, Rccounting, GLORIR MHRDIS, Lincoln, Rrt. Pi Beta Phi, Mortar Board, Delta Phi Delta, Vestal ot the Lamp, Coed Counselors, pres., YWCR cabinet, Student Council, Who's Who, BETTY MRROUHRT, Red Oak, la., Music. Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Hlpha lota, Varsity Band, University Singers, YWCH, MHRIORIE MHRTlN, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Hlpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta, Panhellenic, IOQN MHRTZ, Syracuse, lourn. Hlpha Phi, Mortar Board, Vestal ot the Lamp, Theta Sigma Phi, pres., Nebraskan, bus. mang., Student Council, Whos Who. Proving the ancient adage ahout good things coming in small packages, little Jeanie Larsen was masked Mortar Board president last spring, Besides keeping the girls in gold and hlack under control, she served as Foundation and Coed Counselor vice-president. G Mardis B. Marquart jhaq had mah!-long bull Am- iiiw, mem, ,ML mf, alwuf Und iluzq 11.20.011 !oA.q.ef fan n ' 111.2171 nbjaci bf, to no . . . ihaf, M Martin I Martyt M. Mengshol B, Meyers lf, Miller l Mocrer STQNLEY MHRTZ, Hyannis, Elec, Engr. Sigma Chi, Sigma Tau, PllEE, Engr. Exec. board. ELIZHBETH MHY, Lincoln, Music, Sigma Rlpha lota, YWCR cabinet. PQTRlCll3t MEHD, Omaha, Language, Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCH, MHRIORTE MENGSHOL, Lincoln, lourn. Ptlpha Phi, Theta Sigma Phi, Phi Chi Theta, YWCH, BEVERLY MEYERS, Lincoln, Elem, Ed, Kappa Delta, YWCR. ETHEL MILLER, Stevens, S. D., Eng Sigma Delta Tau, pros. YWCH, Panhellenic, IRENE MOERER, lohnson, Eng, YWCR. DOROTHY MOHR, Imperial, lourn. Pllpha Xi Delta, YWCQ, in .umm day fhafnexi-donfz i N Morrow M Niqh i Page 70 Mfiitf IJ Multi llllftllf MORHOW, l.iric3olri, lient Phi Sigma Kappa, Xi Paai Phi, Uiiivrfrzzity Tliffatvrr. llllTll MOYHH, Nrvhrrrzzka City, Com Flrtw, Siqina Kappa, YVVCFL Univ:-r::ity Tlltmflifff, llf1Tlfl.l.li MO7.lflt, lincoln, Elem Ed. Sigma Delta Tau lSllflTlllClI NHKFHJQ, Mitchnfll Qrt Delta Phi IQ-elta. l.IlVflUC2lll.I lllfl.flUl'l, Ciiitiiz, Voc Ed Phi Upnilon Oriiicron llwiiirf lic chiti, YWCH, Kappa Phi ltlflllflllli Nlll.fi0lilg Ciirtizt, ljf?Tll.TllI?lC1 Xig Xi Pfai Phi llfl'l'fll.llf NllUlviFll-llrl, Oaklarirl, Eng Garniiia Phi Beta, pres., Mortar liafircl, fltiiclffnt lbiinclfition, pre-:sg HWS board, Tas :xr-lg Pririlifellt-riic, YWCH, Wholz Who. Tull, blonde Mortar Board Anne W'ellensiek guided the destiny of the city campus YWCA admirably this year. Annie l,ou's permanent hung-out is the speech department. Her uhility us at louder went well with her duties when she wus elected religious welfare council president. MQX NIGH, Kearney, Chem. Engr. Phi Gamma Delta IRNICE OLSON, Sioux City, Ia, Zoo Qlphci Xi Delta, University Orchestra. NELDQ OLTMHN, Lincoln, Bus, Hd. Towne Club, pres., Fllpha Lambda Delta, BQBW, Student Union board, WQH. BETTY PFILMTQGJ Omaha, Biology. PQTRICIH PHRRISH, Denver, Colo., Qrch. Kappa Qlpha Theta, Erigr. Exec. board. QLICE PECK, Tekarnah, Music. Eng. Delta Omicron, YWCQ. EDNQ PENNER, Beatrice, Voc. Ed. Home EC club, YWCH. Ulmfili N l 11171 I fm- li Nakada I.. Nelson H Nelson N Neumann lt Moy'-r l M i Ultiiiriri B Palintaq P Parrish A. Peck lf Penner Hard-working Hazel Stearn finished up her col- lege years with the rep for heing a "hrain." Well-known among activity women, Hazel served as BABW prexy, International House president, and heavered for the YW. Hazel also knocked herself out on the Peace Confer- ence. NORMQ PERCIVPLL, Omaha, Eng. HLICE PETERSON, Red Oak, la., Soc. YWCH. IVHN PETERSON, Sterling, Chem. Earm House. MPIRIE PINCKERT, Harbine, Science. VIRGINIR POLLQRD, Nehawka, Dietetics. Home .Ec. club, 4-H club, YWCR, Phi Upsilon Omicron. BETTY RRCELY, Valentine, Ptrt. Delta Phi Delta. MRRIORIE RHECKE, Central City, Zoo. Religious Welfare Council. MRRION RHPP, Valley, Music. Delta Gamma, Sigma llllpha Iota, pres., YWCR. blwflum anduiifalzmzyhflzavnn imma of iluuh num. Solon! atfluzm-they he 5..QIll:0llA. Jluzy Aaw the lm! fauna! ua- Aon HIld.ddllC2d.dfffl2.ldAfgllJl- zbn 1lIld52Il.i0h Pfwm. . . jluzq 'QF- f-M., my-' I Rogers K Schroeder MRRGHRET REESE, Lincoln, Bus, Rd. Pllpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta BLQNCI-IE REID, Lincoln, Home Ec. Mortar Board, Omicron Nu Phi Upsilon Omicron, Hlpha Lambda Delta, Home Ec. Rssoc. pres., Student Council, Hg. Exec. board, QUE, Whos Who. f MHRIQN RIVETT, Pawnee City, Dietetics. Phi Upsilon Omicron YWCR, Home EC. club. DORIS ROESLER, Plrapahoe, Com. Ptrts. Pi Lambda Theta. BHRBPIRP. ROGERS, Pllma, Ptgr. Delta Delta Delta, Home Ec club, YWCH. RLBERT REDDISH, Rlliance, Pre-Law. I-Ilpha Tau Omega, Sin- fonia, Pub. board. IEI-IN ROGERS, York, Iourn. Kappa Qlpha Theta, Theta Sigma Phi. S FF' N, Percival A. Peterson I Peterson M Pinckert V, Pollard M. Rapp A. Reddish M. Reese B. Reid M. Rivett R Racely D Roesler Page 72 Q5 uv K ltahwnr I. Hatton M. Russel M. Sakamoto E. Sass P, Schmer IJ Sfrhwi-nkf-r I. Shaw lt Sheets R. Sherbiirn B. Simodynes M Sinclair KRTHRYN ROIIWER, Fort Calhoun, Science. Math. Chi Omega, YWCQ. IEQNNE ROTTON, Lincoln, Music. Kappa Pllpha Theta, Pi Lambda Theta, Student Council, Panhellenic. MQRY RUSSEL, Lincoln, Hrt. Mortar Board, Delta Phi Delta, Vestal ol the Lamp, Tassels, pres., Cornhusker, War Council, Who!-a Who. MIDORI SQKQMOTC, Seattle, Wash., Pharmacy. Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Pharm. club. ERRL SRSS, Pierce Elec. Eng. Sigma Chi, Sigma Tau, pres., Pi Mu Epsilon, RIEE. M lim-rtlcfr ll limp-r:1 im.. 'wi PHYLLIS SCHMER, Lincoln, Institutional Hd. Home Ec. I-lssoc., YWCH. KQY SCHROEDER, Curtis, Com. Qrts. Delta Gamma, Pi Lambda Theta, War Council, YWCH. DOLORES SCHWENKER, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Delta Delta Delta. IOHN Sl-IRW, Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Delta Gamma, Phi Chi Theta. ROBIN SHEETS, Cozad, Com. Flrts. Delta Gamma. RUTH SHERBURN, Lincoln, German. Towne Club. BETTY SIMODYNES, Sidney, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma, YWCQ. MHRY SINCLHIR, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, YWCFL Pi Phi, Mortar Board Gloria Mardis occasion- ally tore herself away from Morrill Hull and l1er easel long enough to preside at Coed Coun- selor hoard meetings or take a short trip to Missouri to see her man. Here, she is painting. not being a lady intern in spite of what the smooth smock looks like. E. Skucius D. Smith l. Smith A. Sorensen I. Sorensen K. Sorensen D, Soulek I. Spellman M. Squires B. Stahl M. Stapleton H. Stearn ELQINE SKUCIUS, Chester, Voc. Ed. 4-H club, Home Ec. Hssoc., YWCH. DOROTHY SMITH, Lincoln, Com, Hrts, Kappa Delta, Tassel. IEHNETTE SMITH, Pltchinson, Kans., Chem. Zoo. Pi Beta Phi,.Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Hlpha Lambda Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, Vestal of the Lamp. QLICE SORENSEN, Lexington, Diet. Home EC. club, 4'H club, YWCPI. lFlNE SORENSEN1 Rockville, Elem. Ed. YWCH. KHREN SORENSEN, Elgin, Bact. Chem. DONNP1 SOULEK, Niobrara, Text. Cloth. Chi Omega, Pan- hellenic, Home Ec. club, YWCI-l. IUNE SPELLMHN, Sprague, Soc. Sci, Fllpha Lambda Delta, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Phi. MHRTHH SQUIRES, Creston, la., Hist. Sigma Kappa, Tassel, YWCH. B-HRBQRH STHHL, Nelson, Soc. Psych. Pllpha Chi Omega, Pllpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, YWCH cabinet. MPIRY STHPLETON, Norton, Kans., Span. Qlpha Xi Delta, YWCH cabinet. HHZEL STEHRN, Red Cloud, Soc. International House, pres., Fllpha Lambda Delta, Pi Lambda Theta, HWS, BHBW, pres., Who's Who. GRHCE STECKLEY, Weeping Water, Bus, Fld. Fllpha Omicron Pi, Phi Chi Theta, pres., Tassel, Coed Counselor board, YWCH. Busy and competent Mortar Board treasurer Jean Whedon took off during Christmas vaca- tion to become Mrs. George Remmenga. But the lure of the lab got this chem brain back to continue as vice-prexy of WAA and Student Party promoter. M W s g . XM ,V is 'L f B. Svoboda C. Trenchard B. Sturges M. Thoms Page 74 wudto ilu: Q71 Ulzclukl Panty wzdluzmunbm flu: 010 Sfaluf- lwnk Bal. Jluzqh, lmadq, to lean now, buf fhayha ' ulwmrzcolmhq. Jheyha BETTY STEHLIK, DeWitt, Pharm, Kappa Epsilon, pres., Rho Chi, pres., Tassel, Pharm, club, pres. MQRGRRET STEWHRT, Lincoln, Math. Pi Beta Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon. LOTIS STORIOHN, O'Neill, Com. Hrts. Sigma Kappa. MRRY STUQRT, Stuart, Bus, Qd Delta Delta Delta, Phi Chi Theta, YWCQ. VIRGINIH STUERMER, Lincoln, Pre-med. Mortar Board, Psi Chi, Student Foundation, War Council, HWS, BHBW, Student Union board, Religious Welfare Council, Whos Who. BHRBQRQ STURGES, Le Mars, la., Eng. Pi Beta Phi, YWCH. RETTE SVOBODQ, Lincoln, Ed. Rlpha Chi Omega. IHMES SWEENEY, Stockton, Calil, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. THERON THQDEN, Elsie, Engr. QSME. D. Thcisen I Swccmny T. Thadcn I. Tyler B Urich M. Verink Page 75 B.Stehl1lc M. Stuart M. Stewart V. Stuermer G. Steckley L. Storjohn DOROTHY THEISEN, Denver, Colo., Elem. Ed. Kappa Hlpha Theta, pres., Pi Lambda Theta. MQRY Tl-IOMS, Wausa, Bus. Fld, Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta, Nebraskan, man. ed, Tassel, Student Foundation, YWCH. CHTHERINE TRENCHFIRD, Cambridge, Music. Fllpha Chi Omega, Mu Phi Epsilon. IESSIE TYLER, Nebraska City, Bus, Fld. Delta Delta Delta, pres., Phi Chi Theta, HWS, YWCI-Tl cabinet. BERNQRD URICH, Grand Island, Flccounting. Delta Sigma Pi, Yell King. MHRY VERINK, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma, War Council, YWCQ. Found in a lucky moment with "time on her hands" is Helen Johnson. WAA council, Tas- sels' vice-president, and Mortar Board keep her busy. We will lay you even money that "Johnny" is lVlontana's best looking product. Politician and Pi Phi Min Beede was a senior who really worked. As if being AUF big-wig wasn't enough of a headache, she also served as War Council secretary and general woman about campus. PHYLLIS VERZFINI, Ponca, Com, Rrts. Pi Lambda Theta, Relig- ious Weltare Council, Newman club. IQNE VON WICKLEN, York, Zoo. FORREST WRGNER, Central City, Bus. Fld. University Singers. MHRIHN WHLLHSKY, Lincoln, Phys. Ed. Tassel, YWCH, Phys. Ed, club. ROBERT WHLLIN, Omaha, Elec, Engr. Sigma Chi, QIEE, Engr. Exec. Board. ESTHER WHLSH, Beatrice, Dietetics. Delta Gamma, Omicron Nu, Newman club. RUTH WHY, Wahoo, Music, Hlpha Phi, University Singers, Var- sity Band. blwuka qfuzda, now all num ilu: w1mlaLAnto4aflr.cAlh:zymnmnm backtowzq 'Q7lwm9A 'na Plum fuumunfzbna, lan, 'fla- CZULQ 'flebfuuliaf P.W1lliams V. Wolfley BETTE WEPSO, Rushville, Pharm. Pllpha Omicron Pi, Pharm. Club, YWCF1. IRMES WEGENER, Rmarillo, Tex., Dent. Xi Psi Phi, Lambda Chi Fllpha, Kappa Kappa Psi. HNNE WELLENSIEK, Syracuse, Speech, Eng. International House, Pllpha Lambda Delta, Pi Lambda Theta, Delta Sigma Phi, Mortar Board, YWCH, pres., Who's Who. HLICE WENZLHEE, Lincoln, Com. Hrts. Pllpha Omicron Pi, YWCH. RUTH WESTOVER, Plattsmouth, Elem. Ed. Rlpha Phi, YWCH. IERN WHEDON, Lincoln, Chem. Delta Delta Delta, Mortar Board, Pi Mu Epsilon, Hlpha Lambda Delta, pres., Iota Sigma Pi, Vestal of the Lamp, YWCH, Tassel, WRR, War Council, Who's Who. G ,y A s V I P. Verzani I. Von Wicklen F. Wagner M. Wallasky R. Wallin E. Walsh B. Wetso I. Wegener A. Wellensiek A. Wenzlatf R. Westover I. Whedon Page '76 .uhm- 'Q' Wlmvyif-1 ff Wintlle L, Winter lvl Winter I. Witt ll Wohlers I Wmitttf mt lf Wmttlwvtrtli D Wranic lltl'l'ltlClttWIl.l.IFtMfS, llutchin:1on,Kan:1, hng.ChiOmoga,YWCQ. Ptl'l'ltlClll Wll.l.lHMf1, l.1nc:aln, Eng. Delta Gamma, Newman uluh, YWCH. lJUHO'l'llY WIMMEH, Flrisspe, Ia, Com, Hrtss. Chi Omega, Pi l.fuul'trla Theta, YWCQ. CFll'tOl,YN WINDLE, Salem, Elem, Ed. Qlpha Chi Omega, YWCH. l.Olf1 WlN'l'lIlt, Wexztern, Ling. Qlpha Xi Delta, YWCH. MlfllltY Wllil'l'lllt, Grfuttl lularid, Pol. Sci, Kappa Hlpha Theta. lflfllwl Wl'l"l', tlffhragzlm City, lima, Qlpha Phi, press., Pi Lambda 'l'l1nta, ltfblilllll' WOlll.lIHfS, ltoclc Rapids, la., Flccounting, Pllpha Tau Ouirrgfi, D Yates I. York 'l' Zopyelli VERN WOLFLEY, Laramie, Wyo., Dent. Fllpha Tau Omega, Xi Psi Phi. IEQN WOODFORD, Sergeant Bluff, la., Bus. Hd. Hlpha Chi Omega, YWCQ. CORENE WOODWORTH, Creighton, EC. Delta Delta Delta, YWCH: WQQ. DOROTHY WRHNIC, Omaha, Psych. DEHN YQTES, Lincoln, Dent. Delta Uptsilon, Xi Psi Phi. IEQN YORK, Omaha, Elem. Ed, Kappa Qlpha Theta, YWCQ. THELMQ ZOPPELLI, lulesburg, Colo., Home Ec Sigma Kappa, Home EC, Club, YWCQ. Ag campus knows this wcll-liked senior and f W. l W1llIfI'll21 Mortar Board. Blanche Reid. A busy home ec major this business of catching a bus is char- acteristic-for Blanche must split time among Home lic Association, Student Council, Ag Exec hoard, AUF Board, Student-Faculty coun- cil, and lots and lots of honoraries. 1 ,,,- 'ff HLICE FIBEL, Lincoln, Elem. Ed., Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma, HWS board, Cornhusker, man. ed., YWCH, Coed Counselor, War Council, HUF. LORRHINE HBRHMSON, Omaha, Eng., Soc. Sigma Delta Tau, Nebraskan. IOLINE HCKERMHN, Sidney, Speech. Kappa Pllpha Theta. LHUREL RDBMS, Waverly, Voc. Ed. Home Ec. club, YWCH. MHRILYN HDLER, Omaha, Dietetics. Sigma Delta Tau, Corn- husker, War Council, Coed Counselors, Home Ec. club, YWCA. MONICQ HLBERTY, Lincoln, Textiles. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Ec. club, Tassels, Hg. Student-Faculty Council, Coed Coun- selor board, YWCH. QLBEREIE HNDERSEN, Hubbard, Com. Flrts. Rlpha Chi Omega, YW . CHRROLL HNDERSON, Lincoln, Ec., Soc. Gamma Phi Beta. ELRINE HNDERSON, Chadron, Ed. Pilpha Omicron Pi. IESSIE HNDERSON, Holdrege, Pre-Tech. Delta Gamma, YWCH KHTHLEEN QNDERSON, Omaha, Eng. Kappa Hlpha Theta, YWCH. LOWELL HNDERSON, Omaha, Engr. Engr. Exec. board, HSCE. MHRY RRMSTRONG, Lincoln, Dom. Ed. Ptlpha Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta. WILLH HRVHNETTE, Hastings, Eng. Ptlpha Omicron Pi, YWCH. WHNDH BFIILEY, Omaha, Bus. Fld. WHH, YWCPL NHNCY BFIKER, Kansas City, Mo., Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi. ' BETTY BHLDWIN, Fremont, Eng. Hlpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta, Stu- dent Foundation. DON BHRRY, Norfolk, Plrts 51 Science, Ptlpha Tau Omega. MHRILYN BEHM, Lincoln, Foods. Towne Club, Tassels, War Council. IRNICE BLHKESLEE, Fremont, Prim. Ed. Pi Beta Phi. ESTHER BLHNCHHRD, Friend, Bus. Hd. Pilpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta, University Singers. VIRGINIH BOBBITT, Kenesaw, Voc. Ed. YWCH cabinet, 4-H club, Home Ec. club council. IOHN BOHRER, Falls City, Speech. Kappa Hlpha Theta. VIRGINIF1 BOWEN, Qinsworth, Hdv. IEHNNE BOWERS, Lincoln, Phys. Ed. Pllpha Xi Delta, pres., Panhellenic, Phys. Ed. club. LOIS BRHINHRD, Lincoln, Ed. Hlpha Chi Omega. GLORIH BREMER, Imperial, Dietetics. Rlpha Phi, YWCH, WHH, Home Ec. club. RVR BROMWICH, Cheyenne, Wyo., Spanish, Music. Gamma Phi Beta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Varsity Band, YWCP1, Coed Counselors. FRHNCES BUECHEL, Lincoln, Bus, Fld. Newman club, pres. IOHN BURT, Fllbion, Bus. Rd. Kappa Sigma, Varsity Band. VIRGINIH CQMPEN, Omaha, Prim. Ed. Pi Beta Phi, Cornhusker, Orchesis, WHH, YWCR. ROBERT CHREY, Gering, Chem. Engr. IRMES CHREDIS, Grand Island, Law. Sigma Chi, QUE. DOROTHY CHRESS, Lincoln, Com. Hrts. Hlpha Omicron Pi, Tassels, Coed Counselor board, YWCH. DONHLD CHHPIN, Casper, Wyo., Bus. Hd. Sigma Nu. VICTORIR CHILQUIST, Foster, Pharm. Coed Counselors, Tas- sels, YWCH, Pharm. club. DOROTHY CHRISTIHN, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Palladian, Orchesis. MHRY CLHRK, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma. DOLLY CLINTON, North Platte, Eng, Kappa Kappa Gamma. A. Abel L. Abramson I. Ackerman L, Adams M. Adler M. Alberty A. Andersen C. Ande L. Anderson M. Armstrong W. Arvanette W. Bailey N. Baker B. Baldwin D. Barry M. Be I. Bohrer V. Bowen I. Bowers L. Brainard G. Bremer A. Bromwich F. Buechel I. Bu D. Caress D. Chapin V. Chilquist D. Christian M. Clark D. Clinton R. Collins A. Conve Page 73 L k llOl3El'lTFl COLl.lNSg L1ncoln,Flrt Kcuppfx Fllphri Tlietog Dr:-ltd Phi Doltrlg Tciszzzolzzg Pcrnhel- lenicg Student Council. QNN CONVERSH McCook, Buss. Hd. Delta Delta Drzltrrg WFlFlg University Theaterg YWCH. MQRGQHET COOK Elmwood V011 lid, KGDTWG Phig Home EC. Hsssocp 4vl'l Clubg Varsity Bcndg YWCFI. PQTRICIH COUNLEYg Storlinq, Colo,lLietetic:1, Krlpprl Kfipprr Gfiiiimrig Wm' Councilp Home EC. club. IQNET CRHWFORU Illvfrrflrrfrn, SO. Dflk., Froncli Cond Coungzrelorzxg YWCQ IUl.lFl CRONL Pfiwnoo City, Voc Ed. Phi Up- :zilon Omicrong Trrzfzrvlfzg Fig Exec. bocxrdg Home lic Councilg flq YWCH cfilfvinotg 4-ll club, IOHN CROMKR, Gfrrinq, Voc lid, flq, Exec, borirdg 4 H ctlulo, YMCH IOYCE Cl'lOSl3llf, Lincoln, Soc Deltfi Gmiitiiri, Cornhuzzkrrr, mnn edg Coed Counzsoloraag Wclr Councilg YWCQ, CHTHERINE CUHLEYg Seward, Home EC. Qlphri Chi Omequg Home EC councilg Coed Counurwlorzzg YWCH DONNQ DFlHLg Frornont, Music Qlphcl Omi- cron Pig Vrxrxzity Band. Univorasity Thoatreg YWCH. 7:-' 1 " " ,sb 'C' 10 W4 UN's idea woman, Gerry McKinsey, brought the peace conference to Ne- braska besides doing innumerable other things. No wonder all UN ever saw of "Hot Darn" McKinsey was a coat tail flying in the breeze. Hard-working junior this year was Phi Mary Ann Mattoon. Besides keeping the books of the A. W. S. board, serv- ing as Y. W. C. A. district represen- tative and as a member of the varsity debate team, "Mat" maintains a scholastic average "way up there." Nec.,- l Crom I. Cromer I. Crosbie C. Curley D. Dahl fn ...fl1.aicap,ilu2qawn,iluz . Jhunalzaflm juniozm- 1425. Jhaqha flu bnultqaozh wlw lawn the fuyht to Known uppn the Iowm ,buf If jj1'jjj1jy'kQ1jjji 'fvjgijfjijin lnluf bow 401 ,fo fluz ll0.6.l2A. gf all .mama t-"tfZfI.'i'.T, tfilffllfii A0 fnudzd but who would H7 Jima flume-gnu: nlda luww DIDJLQ lm limb: aqaflzanflmbiicluzdziflwnka wdladmd. 6'utfhi4L4411iidlqnlfilm1uico1id...1m- nmmbmflmlwimafheqapudatilmjwzn- pzlLowh.enfh2qAioadL'hau,cefzup folk a bn.ttmlbm...wzdHwau11poat1u1. dnd DG .Io Gish flashes a smile for the cameraman in the Student Council office. Jo, an ace in intramurals, also found time for YWCA and Coed Counselors. B Davis M Davis V4DeFOreSt Gupberhmdt Stuart Goldberg pauses on his early F4 Eberle S4Eme,,SOn morning rounds, delivering the Rag. It Engle M. Engstrom In spite of all the .gripes from people In Fairchild pu Ferguson who didn't get .their papers, he came through his junior year in good shape. V, Ferris I. Fey M Fin P. Gorton T. Gee R Gill B. Griswold D. Gross I. Gue V. Henninger M. Heyn H. Hick BEVERLY DFlVlSg Ord, Voc. Ed. Home Ec. club, 4-H club, YWCQ. MQBY DQVlSg Lincoln, Chem., Baci. VIRGINIH DEFOREST, McCook, lourn. Kappa Hlpha Theta, Nebraskan. GLOBIH EBERHHRDT, Exeter, Dietetics. Kappa Phi, Home Ec. club, 4-H club, YWCH. ELOY EBERLE, Sumner, Iourn, Delta Delta Delta, Theta Sigma Phig War Councilg YWCH. SHLLIE EMERSONg Norfolk, Bus. Hd. Delta Gamma, IEHNETTE ENGLE, Lincoln, Home Ec, Chi Omega, YWCQ cabinet HUF, Coed Coun- selors, War Council, Home EC. club. MILDRED ENGSTROMg Lincoln, Psych. Palla- diany Tasselsg Coed Counselorsg Student Union board, Nebraskan. IHNE FHIRCI-llLDg Endicott, Com. Qrts. YWCH. PHTRICIQ FERGUSON, McCook, History, Delta Delta Delta. VIVIHN EERFllSg Plrcher, Voc. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home .Ec. club council, YWCf3lg 4-H club, Kappa Phi. IEHN PEYg Nebraska City, Pre-Med. Gamma Mu Thetag Nu-Med, YWCH. MHBGHRET ElNLEYg Hiawatha, Kans., Bus. Fld, Kappa Phi. IRMH FISHER, Lewellen, Phys. Ed. ROTC Band, Orchesis. PETE EOE, Lincoln, Pre-Med, Phi Kappa Psi. Page BI pw' Fisher Gilliaan Hamilton B. Hill Page Bl P. Foe H. Freeman L. French S. Friedly D. Furois D. Gallup H. Gartner M. Gish L. Glotlelty S. Goldberg R. Goldberg G. Gowen M. Green M. Greenwood S. Hammond H. Hansen I. Hansen M. Hanson L. Hapeman H. Harris F. Hecox S Hillmcr M. Hinman M Holtzscherer L. Hosman B. Huston L. Iacobson A. Iennings HPIRRIET FREEMPIN, Stromsburg, Textiles. Voc. Ed. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Ec. club council, War Council, YWCQ. LORRHINE FRENCH, Page, Dietetics. Pig. YWCP1, 4-H club, War Council, Home Ec. club. SHIRLEY ERIEDLY, Humboldt, Voc. Ed. Home Ec. club, Tassels. DHRLEEN EUROIS, Deadwood, So, Dak., Com. Plrts. Fllpha Omi' cron Pi, YWCR. DOROTHY GPILLUP, York, Elem. Ed. Kappa Fllpha Theta. HQRRIET GHRTNER, Lincoln, Int. Dec. Gamma Phi Beta. PPITRICIFI GFIRTON, Lincoln, Chem., Bact. Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Phi, Coed Counselors, RUE. THELMFI GEE, Palmyra, Soc. ROBERT GILLFIN, Lincoln, Pol. Sci., History. Sigma Pllpha Epsilon. PQTRICIPI GILLIGFIN, Lincoln, Eng. Ftlpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta, Newman club. MQRY GISH, Lincoln, Phys. Ed. Delta Gamma, Vestal of the Lamp, Student Council, Coed Counselors, YWCQ, WHR. LESLIE GLOTEELTY, Sheridan, Wyo., Iourn. Pi Beta Phi, Pllpha Lambda Delta, WFIQ, treas., Tassels, Nebraskan, news ed., Coed Counselors, War Council. STUFIRT GOLDBERG, Lincoln, History. Zeta Beta Tau, Student Council, War Council, Nebraskan. RUTH GOLDBERG, Kansas City, Mo., Eine Flrts. Sigma Della Tau. GERPILDINE GOWEN, North Loup, Dietetics. Home Ec. club, 4-H club, Coed Counselors, Flg. Exec. board, YWCPI. MHRILYN GREEN, Lincoln, Home Ec. Chi Omega, Home Ec. club, YWCQ. MQRIFIN GREENWOOD, Lincoln, Speech. Sigma Kappa, Tas- sels, War Council, Coed Counselors board, YWCR. BHRBFIRFI GRISWOLD, Lincoln, Chem., Bact. Towne Club, Illlpha Lambda Delta, Coed Counselors board, War Council, BPIBW, YWCPI. DORIS GROSS, Bowdle, So. Dak., Dietetics. Tassels, Coed Coun- selors, BFIBW. IEFIN GUENZEL, Lincoln, Pol. Sci. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vestal ot the Lamp, Coed Counselors. MPIRY HHMILTON, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Hlpha Xi Delta, War Council, Newman club. SHIRLEE I-If-IMMOND, Sheridan, Wyo., Speech. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCFI. HELEN HFINSEN, North Platte, Bus. Fld. Fllpha Xi Delta, Phi Chi Theta, WHH, YWCH. IRENE I-IPINSEN, Lincoln, French. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Coed Counselors, YWCPI. MQRY HPINSON, Lincoln, Plccounting. Phi Chi Theta, Rlpha Lambda Delta. LUCY HHPEMI'-IN, Minden, Speech. Pi Beta Phi, War Council. HOVVHRD HQRRIS, York, Pre-Med. FRED HECOX, Cozad, Dent. Phi Kappa Psi, Xi Psi Phi. VERNELLE HENNINGER, Lincoln, Soc. Pi Beta Phi. MFIRIORIE HEYN, Omaha, Eng. Kappa Fllpha Theta. HELEN HICKMHN, North Platte, Chem., Bact. Rlpha Phi. BETTY HILL, Superior, Textiles, Qlpha Chi Omega, Home Ec. club, YWCH. SHIRLEY HILLMER, Omaha, Soc., Psych. Delta Gamma, Student Foundation, YWCQ. MHRY HINMFIN, Wymore, Ed. Chi Omega. MHDELINE HOLTZSCHERER, Omaha, Dietetics. Delta Delta Delta, Phi Upsilon, PIWS, Tassels, WHQ council, YWCF-1. LUCILLE HOSMFIN, Omaha, Home Ec. Kappa Pllpha Theta, YWCR. BETTY HUSTON, Lincoln, Textiles. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Coed Counselor, Nebraskan, news ed., Home Ec. club, War Coun- cil, Towne Club, QUE, YWCH. LELH IQCOBSON, Oshkosh, Music. Delta Omicron, ROTC Band. FINN IENNINGS, Council Bluffs, Ia., Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi, YWCQ. BETTY IOI-INSON, Valentine, Zoo. Kappa Fllpha Theta. INEZ IOI-INSON, Oshkosh, Qccounting. Phi Chi Theta, Kappa Phi. LHVHWN IOHNSON, Gothenburg, Chem. Kappa Phi. LOIS IOI-INSON, Elkhorn, Int. Dec. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCPI. LLOYD IONES, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. LOIS KENNEDY, Wichita, Kans., Com. Ftrts. Chi Omega. MQRYLOUISE KENNEDY, Lincoln, Speech. Ftlpha Omicron Pi. CLHIRE KEPLER, Qnselmo, Dietetics. Coed Counselors, Tassels, War Council, Fig. YWCH cabinet, BHBW, HWS. BETTY KING, Omaha, Iourn. Rlpha Chi Omega, Theta Sigma Phi, Nebraskan, YWCH. RUTH KORB, Norfolk, Iourn. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Theta Sigma Phi, YWCR. RHYMOND KOUBEK, Hrnold, Pre-Med. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Var- sity Band. DEHN KRHTZ, Sidney, Iourn. Delta Upsilon, N club. LEONH KROI-IN, Ulysses, Bus. Hd. Gamma Phi Beta. MHRY LPINE, Lincoln, Soc. Chi Omega, Newman club. MHRY LeDIOYT, North Platte, Fine Hrts. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH. KHTHRYN LEGGE, Fremont, Psych. Pi Beta Phi, Nu-Med, Coed Counselors, WHQ, YWCH. ' BETTY LOPER, Douglas, Com. Firts. RUTH LYKKE, Grand Island, Zoo. Ptlpha Phi. THOMHS MCCFIRVILLE, Omaha, Bus. Hd. Phi Delta Theta, pres., Pershing Rifles. VIRGINII-I MCDONHLD, Scottsbluff, Pre-Law, Chi Omega, Vestal of the Lamp, Tassels, War Council, Coed Counselors board, YWCH. IHMES MCEHCHEN, Lincoln, Chem, Phi Delta Theta, Nu-Med, Pershing Rifles. IHNE MCELHPINEY, Omaha, Eng., Soc. Sci, Pllpha Lambda Delta, War Council, Coed Counselors, Student Foundation, YWCH. GHIL McKEE, Lexington, Home Ec. Gamma Phi Beta, YWC1'-'L MHRCIH McKEE, Lexington, Zoo. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH. DONNPI MCKIBBIN, Pllliance, Pre-Nursing, Nu-Med, YWCFI. GERRY MCKINSEY, Stanton, Speech. Delta Gamma, Delta Sigma Rho, War Council, Tassels, Cornhusker, YWCH, Varsity Debate. MFIRY MHHHS, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Coed Counselors. IEHNNETTE MHGNUSSEN, Omaha, Soc. Kappa Fllpha Theta. BETTY MHHHN, Ptrnold, Science. Rlpha Chi Omega, Student Foundation, YWCFI. MHRIHN MPtPLE,Hebron, Chem., Bact. Hlpha Xi Delta, Varsity Band, YWCH. BEVERLY MHRCUS, Fluburn, Spanish, Sigma Delta Tau. LOUISE MPIRES, Niobrara, Fine Rrts. Chi Omega, Delta Phi Delta, YWCR. IFINET MHSON, Lincoln, Pol. Sci. Ftlpha Chi Omega, Student Union board, Student Council, Nebraskan, news ed., War Council. HLICE MHTHHUSER, Ord, Soc. Sci. MHRY MHTTOON, Beatrice, Math. Fllpha Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, Pllpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, HWS board, Varsity Debate, YWCR. BOB MEYER, Superior, Bus. Rd. Delta Upsilon, Varsity Band. MHRIETTPI MICHELSEN, Cordova, Bus. Fld. Tassels, Student Foundation, YWCR. MFIRY MILLER, Ord, Voc. Ed. Kappa Hlpha Thela, Home EC. club, YWCH. LHVONNE MILTON, Wahoo, Ec. Pllpha Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta. MRRY MINNICK, Cambridge, Eng. Pi Beta Phi, YWCH, DeMQRIS MORTON, Lincoln, Soc. Rlpha Phi, YWCPI, WFIR. EVELYN MUMMH, Nelson, Dietetics. Home .Ec. club, 4-I-I club, YWCH. x B. Iohnson I. Iohnson I... Johnson L. Iohnson L. Iones L. Kennedy M. Kennedy D. Kratz L. Krohn M. Lane M. l..eDioyt K. Legge B. Loper R- L-Ykke G. McKee M. McKee D. McKibbin G. McKinsey M. Maahs I. Magnussen B. Mahan A. Mathauser M. Mattoon B. Meyer M. Michelsen M. Miller L. Milton M. Minnick Page 82 MQHGHHET MUNSON, Lincoln, Eng. Pllpha Phi, Corrihusker. MQHYIO MYERS, Broken Bow, Psych. Delta Gamma, YWCH. MFIBGHRET NEUMHNN, Omaha, lourn. Gamma Phi Beta, Vestal of the Lamp, Theta Sigma Phi, Student Foundation, YWCH, Coed Coun-:elor:f:, Cornhusker, War Council. MQRTHQ NICKERSON, Omaha, Hrt. Delta Phi Delta, Varsity Band. THOMQS NOBLE, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Pllpha Tau Omega, Football Manager. BETTY NYE, Kearney, Eng. Delta Gamma, University Theatre, Cornhursker, Coed Counselors, YWCH LOIS OPPER, Lincoln, Home EC. Towne Club, Student Union board, Hg. YWCQ cabinet, Home Ec club council, Coed Counselors, Tafsrsels, Religious Welfare council, BHBW THELMQ OHMESHER, Valentine, Bus. Fld. Fllpha Omicron Pi, YWCQ. VIOLQ PEBRIN, Flbordoen, So. Dak.,,Erig Coed Counsc-lorn, YWCH, BHBW. HULDQH PHELPS, Spencer, la., Puzych Pi Beta Phi, MRIHI PITCHITHLEY, Lincoln, History, HELEN PLECHHS, Omaha, Dietetics. Home Bc, club, Coed Coiinnelorzx. B Kinq H Korb H Koubek McDonald I Mcllachon l Mclflhaney Marcus L Mares I Mason Mumma M Munson M Myers l iq: H3 Able Alice Abel spent the year tear- ing madly around the Cornliusker of- fice. Here, she contemplates a quick coke while the boss is out. Coed war work head and AWS board member, Alice more than kept busy. Ag girl Lou Huston made a name for herself on both Ag and City campuses as she steamed around for the Ne- braskan, War Council and what-not. This Towne Club whiz even got too busy to keep track of all her men. x I n 1 A M Neumann M. Nickerson T Noble B. Nye L. Opper T Ormesher V. Perrin H. Phelps M. Pitcaithley H. Plcfchas howwmnfhaytohwwfhaffhrgfahhn Uillaqawaudflmplacetoatudqfwmanca . Bufdonfmndemn fluzm-lhaq9uzQumbM. Jhzkwnaihnnlquwhoaawmvmf - bzqfokhukzljheyaawilm fuuuzda fofluz5iqma'7ZuZwzdfluzJ7lLi0iv.lfAund allflmafhehlellaawho wmnapaainf ' jluzq :aid qvnd-511.2 fa the ffffand ' Jww. Jluh waz: fha dnufhafwxznftownfz. Looking up from her Cornhusker copy is hard working, personality girl Joyce Crosbie. Devoting about twenty hours a day to the book, she still found time to dash to War Council and also sup- port the coke business. A ef I -- i ei.. 33 vi H' as R ITPCSZZTE Ispicjjs lt was the UN coeds who melted, not Sl Premer MA Priest Doug Nelson, when he was presented D. Pumphrey E4 Pumphrey at the 'Mortar Board ball as the ,Radcliffe EIROMHSOH campus ideal snowman. Doug played a bang-up game of football and bol- stered the Phi Delt ranks this year. OLIVE POPE, Sutton, Bus. Fld. Student Foun- dation, Coed Counselors, Tassels, YWCR. SUZFINNE POPE, Sutton, Eng, Soc, Tassels, Coed Counselors board, YWCH. IEHN POTPIDLE, Tekamah, Home EC. Chi Omega, Coed Counselors, Home EC. club, YWCR. FRFINCES POULOS, Kearney, Bus, Fld. SHIRLEY PREMER, Palisade, Music. Delta Omicron, University Singers, Coed Coun- selors. MHRION PRIEST, Lincoln, Pol. Sci. Towne Club, Theta Sigma Phi. DONNIS PUMPHREY, Shickley, Com. Flrts. EDITH PUMPI-IREY, Lyman, Dietetics. Phi Up- silon, Pllpha Lambda Delta, 4-H club, Home Ec. club, Student Council, Hg. Exec. board, YWCH cabinet. IOSEPHINE RHDCLIFFE, Sidney, History, Kappa Kappa Gamma, War Council, EDWPIRD ROBINSON, Waterloo, Bus. I-ld. Beta Theta Pi, Cornhusker, MQRIORY ROSS, Norfolk, Speech. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCFI. PHTRICIQ SFINDERS, Lincoln, Eng. Qlpha Omicron Pi, YWCH. PHTRICIH SCHHFFER: O'Neill, Pre-Med. Gamma Phi Beta, Nu-Med, Gamma Mu Theta, YWCI-'L LORRFIINE SCHMQLZ, Creighton, Iourn. Hlpha Xi Delta, YWCQ. MQRIFINH SCI-IOMHKER, Nehawka, Bus. Fld. Pllpha Omicron Pi, YWCR, S535 vw- '97 ' 95-- . ffgil 'x M. Ross P. Sanders P Scha M. Sinclair I. Skinkle G Slot V. Tegtmeier P. Terhune D. Thomi D. Wegener C. Wells P Wel Page 84 1 fi 44 QLICE fiCllOT'l', Osceola, Med Tech, Nu-Med. NINP SCOTT, Omaha, Elem Ed. Delta Gamma, Nobraskan. SIHLLYE SEHRS, Scarszdale, N. Y,, Elem. Ed, Fllpha Phi, Student Vminflation, YWCH. IEQN SHRPLHND, Omaha, Math. Gamma Phi Beta, Varsity Band, Uriivrrrzzity Symphony, YWCH. IHNET SHERWOOD, Red Cloud. Soc. Pi Beta Phi, Coecl Coun- ::felor,:, Student Foundation, YWCH. llSTllEH SHULTZ, Rogers, Dietetics. Home Ec club, 4-H club, MHHY SINCLRIR, Lincoln, fldv. Qlpha Phi, Phi Chi Theta, vice- prr:::, WHH, YWCH. IERN SKINKLE, Chadron, Com Plrtzs. Pllpha Omicron Pi. Gl.lIN SLOQN, Raaan, Plccounting. lilI'l'TY SMITH, l.incoln, Hrt, Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Phi Delta. DONNETTPI SMITH, Lincoln, Com. Qrts. Qlpha Chi Omega, Stu- dent Foundation, YWCP.. l.ll.l,lHN SODERBERG, Omaha, Eng. Pi Beta Phi, Cornhusker, YWCH. RIIGINH STEHNO, Stratton, Social Welfare Newman Club. DOROTHY STEVENS, Grant, Voc. Ed. HNNH STRFIUSS, Kansai: City, Mo, Soc. Sigma Delta Tau. l,lfONFl SVOBOILH, Weston, Dietetics. Coed Counselors, New- man Club, Home Ec. club. lIl.lZHBETH THYLOR, Omaha, Dietetics. Kappa Qlpha Theta, llomff Ec cluh, Student Foundation, War Council, YWCQ. VIIRNH 'l'EGTMElER, Burchard, lnst. Management. Home Ec. club. PHTRICIH TlIltllUNE, Lincoln, Com. Flrts. Tassels, Coed Coun- zzfrlorxz, DOROTHY THOMPSON, Omaha, Ed. Kappa Hlpha Theta. RUTllEl.FllNE THOMSEN, Omaha, Dietetics, Home Ec. club, YWCR. SHIRLEY THOMSEN, Exeter, Elem. Ed, Kappa Phi, Coed Coun- selors, YWCH. ELIZFIBETH THURBER, Eairbury, History. HELEN VENNUM, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Bus. Rd. Pi Beta Phi, Student Council, YWCQ. QDRIENNE WHGGONER, Lincoln, Eine Pirts. Pi Beta Phi, Pre- Orchesis, Coed Counselors. SHIRLEY WHLSH, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Music. Delta Gamma, Sigma Ftlpha Iota. MHRY WHRING, Geneva, Eng. Kappa Pllpha Theta, Theta Sigma Phi, Coed Counselors, YWCH, MRRY WEQVER, Lincoln, Math. Qlpha Xi Delta, Hlpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon, sec'y., Coed Counselors, War Council, Tassels, YWCH. DOROTHY WEGENER, Norfolk, Dietetics. Home Ec. club council, 4-H club, YWCQ. CHHRIS WELLS, Fremont, Psych. and Eng. Kappa Fllpha Theta. PHTTY WELSH, Ogallala, Bus. Pd. Pi Beta Phi, Phi Chi Theta, Coed Counselors, YWCH. KQTHERINE WENK, Madison, So. Dak., Dietetics. Home Ec. club, YWCH. LH VONNE WEST, Creighton, Voc. Ed. Home Ec. club, Coed Counselors, YWCH. ROBERT WILKINS, Geneva, Ec. Delta Upsilon. IEQN WOOD, York, Social Work. YWCH. PHYLLIS YENNE, Lincoln, Plrt.. Fllpha Omicron Pi, Delta Phi Delta, Coed Counselors, YWCH. SHLLY YODER, Lincoln, Math. Hlpha Chi Omega, Coed Coun- selors, YWCH. VIRGINIQ YOUNG, luniata, Dietetics. Home Ec. club, 4-H club, YWCFI. WILLIHM ZINN, Sioux City, la., Bus. Hd. Phi Gamma Delta. nl iil M Sriliairiakfer A Schott N Scott S Sears I Shapland I. Sherwood E. Shultz rr th ll Srruth L Soderberg R Stehno D Stevens A Strauss L. Svoboda E. Taylor lh m i IS 'l'hoiri:,f-ri II Thurber H. Vennum A Waggener S. Walsh M. Waring M. Weaver W 1 k l. Went lt Wilkins: I. Wood P. Yenne S. Yoder V. Young W. Zinn . . . ioqlz.cafh.2iqhfA. dllnuf. . . andwatchnuf-fl1.aq9uzAoph.o- nwfma. Jheybnlinalblanniunzi nndflmyhamalibzqzllcnown. Jlmq luuuz that wzmldlq ' that dahhk ' them ffmm . . . and m nvmqnm nbuz. jheqhe ,mmf- f1wAh,andflmqhavnA.om.ux:h in wnfulq abnuf. RNNR RRSEN, Eairbury, Bus. Rd. Chi Omega, Cheer Leader, YWCH, Coed Counselor, Orchesis. MRRIE RBRHHRM, Rlma, Voc. Ed. Tassels, 4-H club, Home Ec. club, War Council, Hg. Exec. board, YWCR. ELIZRBETH HDRMS, Lincoln, Soc. Psych. DOROTHY RDDELMRN, Gering, Com. Hrts. LHURR RMEND, Lincoln, French. Chi Omega. IUNE RNDERSON, Martin, So. Dak., Pre-nursing. PETER PINDERSEN, Minden, Law. Phi Kappa Psi. SYLVIR PINTI-IOLZ, Syracuse, Soc. MRRGRRET HRMOLD, Scotia, Bus. Rd. YWCR. M'l3lRY HRMOUR, Western, Bus. Rd. Hlpha Xi Delta, YWCR. MRRY RSHTON, Lincoln, Com. Hrts. Hlpha Phi. RUTH RUFENKHMP, Wahoo, Primary Ed. Gamma Phi Beta. IO BHIRD, Brunswick, Home Ec. Sigma Kappa, WHR, YWCR. NORVHL BFIRKER, Flurora, Chem. Engr. N club. GORDON BHRTEK, Lincoln, Dent. Sigma Chi, Newman club. LORRRINE BECKENHRUER, Norfolk, Soc. Kappa Kappa Gamma. HRT BEINDORFF, Lincoln, Chem. Kappa Sigma, University Theater. IOHN BELL, Guide Rock, Math. Sigma Chi. DORIS BELZER, Omaha, Speech, Radio, Sigma Delta Tau. VERR BENESI-I, Rlliance, Eng. IERN BERNSTEIN, Omaha, Radio. Sigma Delta Tau. RUTH BICKNELL, Yankton, So. Dak., Psych. Kappa Kappa Gamma, WRLDEPIN BIERMHN, Kensington, Kans., Pre-Med. Phi Gamma Delta. BRRBHRH BLRCKBURN, Grand Island, Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Coed Counselor. DHLE BLOSS, Wayne, Phys. Ed. Sigma Chi. MRRILYN BOETTCHER, Columbus, Bus. Rd. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCH, Student Foundation. MQRY BOGRN, Lincoln, Primary Ed. Delta Delta Delta. QVRUM BONDQRIN, Omaha, Speech. Zeta Beta Tau, University Theater, University Singers. TWILH BOONE, Griswold, Ia., Music. Delta- Omicron, University Singers, Varsity Band. BHRBRRH BOYD, North Bend, Phys. Ed, Pilpha Xi Delta, YWCPI. PEPIRL BRICK, Omaha. Sigma Delta Tau, YWCR. KRTHLEEN BRICKELL, Fairbury, Iourn, Chi Omega, Tassels, University Singers, YWCR, Coed Counselors, Nebraskan. ELERNORE BRICKER, Plshland, Spanish. Rlpha Xi Delta, YWCR, Coed Counselor board. CRROL BRIDENBRUGH, Dakota City, Dietetics. YWCR, 4-H club, Home Ec. club, Hg. Exec. board, War Council. IRVIN BRIESE, Bartlett, Rccounting. Beta Sigma Psi. HRCH BRIGGS, Tekarnah, Dairy Ind. Sigma Fllpha Epsilon. ISRDORE BROWN, Fruitland, Idaho, Phys. Ed. Kappa Phi, A. Aasen M. Abraham E. Adams D. Addleman L, Amend I. Anderson P. Andersen S. Anti M. Arnold M. Armour M. Ashton R. Autenkamp I. Baird N. Barker G. Bartek L. Becker A. Beindorli I. Bell D. Belzer V. Benesh I. Bernstein R. Bicknell W. Bierman B, Blacl D. Bloss M. Boettcher M. Bagan A. Bondarin T. Boone B. Boyd P. Brick K. Bri: Page 8f LOIS BROWN, Elkhorn, Eng. Varsity Band. DONNR BBUGH, York, Ed, Kappa fillpha Theta VIRGINIQ BUCKINGHHM, Omaha, Eng, Gamma Phi Beta, Coed Counselors, YWCQ, HUF, Student Foundation. MHBGQBET BULL, Elkhorn, Math. HHBBIET BUBNETT, Lexington, Textiles. YWCQ, lnterhousse Council, GBETCHEN BUBNHHM, Lincoln Eng. Delta Delta Delta, YWCQ, Coed Counsfselorss, Uni- vernity Orchestra IQNICE CHMPBELL, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Hlpha Phi, Student Union board, Cornhusker, Student Foundation, Phi Chi Theta. JUNE CHBLSON, Lincoln, Bus, Fld. Towne club, Tfi::::el:a, Coed Counselors HBLENE CHBPENTER, Brunswick, Buas, Fld. Nebramkan. MQRY CHWOOD, Fremont, Iourn. Fllpha Theta, YWCH, Nebraskan. VIHGINIH CQYWOOD, Lincoln, Phys. Ed. IHMES CHHDDERDON, Lincoln, Econ, Sigma Pllpha Epsilon. EDWPIHD CIZEK, llantirigss, Pre-Law. Sigma Qlpha Epsilon. MHHGQRET COBB, lla::ting::, Eng. Gamma, YWCF-l. MHBILYN COEFEY, Flushv1lle,Com, Hrts, Delta Gamma, YWCH Kappa Delta Other half of the hizzy,-dizzy Phil- lips twosome is Anne, also a Corn- husker supporter. Beauty Queen cun- didute Anne is u War Council mem- her, Student Foundation stalwart and ROBERT COONLEY, Beatrice, Engr. Beta Theta Pi. CHHBLOTTE COX, Sutherland, Pharm. Phar- maceutical club. MQBY COX, Sutherland, Com. Plrtm Tazsiselss, HWS, Coed Counselor, YWCQ EVQ CBHNGLE, Ogden, Utah, Math. Kappa Phi Q vtxw' v-"' K 1 lf V5.. -W, 5 . Bricker C Britloribaiiali I Briese A. Briggs .liiuqh V ltuckiriqliam M Bull H Burnett Carlson ll Carporitur M Cawootl V Caywoorl Colili M Colley H Coonle-y C Cox Page B7 AUP worker. ,rdf ?,,--, l. Brown G. Burnham I. Chadderdon M Cox ,D Jackie Scott, Pep Queen, and Hink Aasen, hoth cheerleaders, give tang- ible proof that it wus u good idcu to have some "rah-rah" women this year. No sophomores slump for these fun firls. L Brown l Campbell E Cizek lf Cranale dll! Jlealfhaqlmalwfioplacaa ' nnfluhaaplwnwfm dau...gn1ithat ' , Aoplwnwxuhh. jim ' ' had the wnfuuled just a ldtla, but lim wma ' ie. jlmqil allready zmcovimed prom H. uma 'nfh1Zy.eafzm1dthaqad1ub.edfhuhadv1hnM. Jhibynan ROBERT CREUTZ, Wausa, Pharm. Phi Delta Theta. SHIRLEY CROSBY, Deadwood ,So. Dalc., Iourn. Chi Omega. PHYLLIS DFIVIDSON, Douglas, Elem. Ed. Qlpha Omicron Pi YWCH. CHRISTINE DEINES, Lincoln, Qrts G Science. Gamma Phi Beta, Coed Counselors. BERENICE DEMUTH, David City, Elem. Ed. Newman club. ZOE DESCH, York, Elem. Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma. MRRIORIE DILLMPIN, Lincoln, Pre-Nursing. Hlpha Chi Omega, YWCH, Coed Counselors. HNN DOUDNI-I, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Gamma Phi Beta, Student Foundation, YWCH. IPINET DOUTHIT, Curtis, Music, Hlpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Pllpha Iota, YWCH, University Orchestra. KHTI-IRYN DOUVHS, Hastings, Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi. MPIRGQRET DRESSLER, Eairbury, Dietetics. Home Ec. club, Kappa Phi, 4-I-I club, YWCPI. DOROTHY DUNCFIN, Burwell, Bus. Fld. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pllpha Lambda Delta, YWCFI. DOROTHEPI DUXBURY, Lincoln, Radio. Pi Beta Phi, YWCFI. University Theater paint-slinger is Kappa Kathy Schaechcr. Art major Kathy serves Tassels faithfully and buys cokes for "little sisters" as a Coed Counselor. Q ' 'lg A X X I if Q VP X 5 . R. Creutz S. Crosby P. Davidson C. Deines B. Demuth Z. Desch M. Dillmari A. Doudna I. Douthit K. Douvas M. Dressler D. Duncan D.Duxbury I.EagkAon D.EaMednook V.Ehem G.Edhng D.EHem M EHS M.Ebe B.Engdahl B.Ememon E.Enksen B.Evans Half the Phillips duo is lively Mary Claire, Theta sophomore. Breaking into the activities game early, Mary Claire is AWS treasurer,AUF worker and a member of War Council, Coed Counselors, and the Cornhusker staff. Page I Page tlfl S. .1 it ,f 4 I fi A ' M 1 'K' XW S It livans M llvnen S Ewing H. Eyden M. Ferrell M. Fisher B. Flory R l'iaiilclortf-r D Fraser P Fredrickson V. Gaddis M, Gardner R Gass I Gellatly l' fiillasiiz- V Gould R Green I. Grimes G. Groshach B. Gucndel I Guenzel V Hall S, Harrison M Hartsook I, Harvey B. Hattolt K Hayes B. Hecht IRCQUELINE ERGLETON, Decatur, Personnel. Coed Counselors, VHUGHN GRDDIS, Omaha, Chem. Engr. Phi Gamma Delta, YWCR. DORIS EHSTERBROOK, Rrcadia, Radio. Fllpha Xi Delta, Cheer- leader, YWCR, University Singers, University Theater. VIRGINIR LIBERS, Seward, Voc Ed YWCR, 4vH club, Home Ec. clula. GRQCE EDLING, Lincoln, Chem. DONNQ EILERS, Sterling, Elem Ld. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCQ, Tazssels, War Council. MRRIORIE ELLS, Sidney, Fine Rrts Hlpha Xi Delta, Delta Omi- cron, YWCQ. MHRION ELOE, Rnsley, Bus Rd. BEVERLY ENGDRHL, Omaha, Speech. Kappa Kappa Gamma ISIIRRRRPI EMERSON, Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Pilpha Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta, Tazssels, Coed Counselors, Cornhuskor ELERNOR ERIKSEN, Council Blults, la., Soc., Psych. Pi Beta Phi, YWCR, Coed Counselor. BEVERLY EVRNS, Rapid City, So. Dak., Psych. Delta Delta Della, YWCR, War Council. ROBERT EVQNS, York, Eng Varsity Band, YMCH MRURINE EVNEN, Lincoln, Speech. Sigma Delta Tau, Varsity Debate. SHIRLEY EWING, Onawa, Ia, Ec. Pllpha Xi Delta. HRRRIET EYILEN, Lincoln, Bus Pd. Pllpha Xi Delta MRRIORIE FERRELL, Oshkosh, Com. Qrts Kappa Ftlpha Theta, YWCR, Coed Counselor, Student Foundation, MHRY FISHER, Omaha, Iourn. Kappa Kappa Gamma RHRBRRR FLORY, Pawnee City, Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma. DORIS FRFIHM, Lincoln, Bus. Rd Sigma Kappa. BETTY FRRNKFORTER, l.incoln, lilrtis 6. Science, 1'-llpha Phi, YWCR. DOROTHY FRRSER, Lincoln, Soc. Gamma Phi Beta. Pllll. FREDRICKSON, Valley, Pharm, Sigma Chi, Varsity Band. Varsity Band, Nebraskan, Blueprint, HSChE. MRRIQN GQRDNER, lflrlington, Plccounting. Varsity Band, ROSEMQRY GHSS, Seward, Dietetics. Kappa Rlpha Theta. IORN GELLHTLY, Hastings, Pre-Tech. Pi Beta Phi. MRRGHRET GEORGE, Omaha, Bus. Rd. Kappa Kappa Gamma. PRTRICIR GILLHSPIE, Lincoln, Home Ec. Delta Gamma, YWCF1, Nebraskan, Coed Counselor. VQL GOULD, Lincoln, Psych. Delta Gamma. ROSLYN GREEN, Fremont, Chem. YWCR. IO GRIMES, DeWitt, Dietetics. YWCQ. GLHDYS GROSBQCH, Enders, Psych. fllpha Xi Delta, YWCH, Student Foundation. BHRBHRQ GUENDEL, Grand Island, Com. Ptrts. Kappa Rlpha Theta, Coed Counselors, YWCR. IOHNN GUENZEL, Lincoln, Pol. Sci. Kappa Kappa Gamma, MRRGRRET HHLL, Lincoln, Qrts G Science. Towne Club, YWCH. VIRGINIR HRLL, Lincoln, Rg. Pi Beta Phi, Home Ec. Rssoc., YWCR. STEWHRT HHRRISON, McCook, History. Sigma Nu, War Council. MHROLYN HRRTSOOK, Lincoln, Dietetics. Delta Gamma, YWCR, Student Foundation, Home Ec. club, Coed Counselor, Rg, War Council. IEFINNE HRRVEY, Lincoln, Elem Ed. Pi Beta Phi, YWCQ. BEULRH HRTTOFF, Sioux City, la., Rrts at Science. Sigma Della Tau. KRTHLEEN HQYES, Seward, Pre-Med. Rlpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Mu Theta, Nu Med, Varsity Band. BOYD HECHT, York, Bus. Fld. Sigma Phi Epsilon, intertraternity council, Cornhusker. GRRCE HEINS, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Ftlpha Omicron Pi, Nu Med, YWCQ, . ss D. Frahm M George M. Hall G, Heins 1lLeq4avnthe1Jxp.led4aAn1mlezm.Jh,u.e' 'rumplwnwnmwm fha! 'rzpzafnn andluwn ' 'mnlmnmdaqwmnbzq flmp17lofB12.ta?71u0midzonfhiahhA46'97'l0Lf Qupdafhuhaqewzd ' ,Umuphpnwau tolwldtlmbn num bl the Aoufefq column of that ,ww ' 1uuvApap.a!z. Word HVIS HELD, Fullerton, Voc. Ed, HQRLQN HELGERSON, Mitchell, So. Dalc., Insurance. Beta Theta Pi MHRGHRET HEUMHNN, Sioux City, la., History. IOY HILL, Hebron, Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi, Tassels, Student Foundation, YWCH, WHH. SHIRLEY HINDS, Lincoln, Bus. Fld, Delta Gamma, Phi Chi Theta, YWCH, Student Foundation, Coed Counselor, War Council IOHN HOFEMFIN, Wilber, Phys. Ed. Phys. Ed. club. MYRLEE HOLLER, Omaha, Pre-Med, Pllpha Phi, Gamma Mu Theta, Nu Med, WHH, YWCH. f T.. .. Q4 Writing notes, or maybe even study- ing, is Mary Cox. This dorm girl is an extra-efficient Tassel, member of AWS hoard and Coed Counselors. M-,i .is N S.. ew 'QT' Vw' 1 KENNETH HOLLINS, Valley, Phys. Ed. N club, Varsity tootball, basketball, track. IESSIEHNNH HORN, Hay Springs, Flccounting. Delta Delta Delta, University Theater, YWCH. BETTY HORTON, Omaha, History. Pllpha Phi, Tassels, Varsity Debate, YWCH, WEP.. MFIRILYN HUGHES, Eairbury, Pre-Nursing. Kappa Pllpha Theta. BETTY HURLBURT, Grant, Dietetics, YWCP., Home EC. club. SHRHH HURTZ, Omaha, French. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Coed Counselor. NEHL IENKINS, Humboldt, Iourn. Beta Theta Pi. 13 Cl A. Held H. Helgerson M. Heurnann I, Hill S. Hinds R M. Holler K. Hollins I. Horn B. Horton M. Hughes 'ph' S. Hurtz N. Ienkins S. Ienkins I. Iohnston I. Iohnson Kappa sophomore Pat Raun, living for M Iohnson P. Iones C. Knhou S, Kay E. Kentopp mail like most UN coeds, mails a letter to "that fellow." This sopho- more spent her activity time with YW and Student Foundation. Y- ? an I. Hottmo B. Hurlbi. I... Iohnsc H. Keouq Page 90 SHIRLEY IENKINS, Casper, Wyo., Bus. Rd. Fllpha Xi Delta, Phi Chi Theta, War Council, YWCR. IRNICE IOHNSON, Lincoln, Elem Ed. Pllpha Phi, YWCR. LOIS IOHNSON, Red Oak, la., Bus. Fld. Gamma Phi Beta, Rlpha Lambda Delta, Coed Counselors, YWCR, MIMI IOHNSON, Holdrege, Chem, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Tas- fzels, HWS, Coed Counselor, RUE, YWCR. IRMES IOIINSTON, Lincoln, Chem. Sigma Chi. PRULR IONES, Bennington, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma, YWCR, University Theater. COLLEEN KFIHOPI, Lincoln, Iourn. Rlpha Ornicron Pi, Tasselzz. SHIRLEY KRY, Crawford, Home Ec. 4-H club. ELIZRBETH KENTOPP, Falls City, Pre-Nursing. Tassels. RRNIJY KEOUGH, Le Mars ,Ia., Dent. Phi Delta Theta. Dietetics Rl ha Xi Delta PRTRICIR KIDDER, Norton, Kans., p . BQRBRRR KIECIVIEL, Superior, lourn. Pi Beta Phi, Nebraskan. BETTY KIECHEL, Iohnson, Com. Rrts. Varsity Band. DORIS KINNEY, Elgin, Elem Ed. RICHRRD KLOPP, Omaha, Bus, Fld Beta Theta Pi, War Council. ELERNOR KNOLL, Omaha, History. Delta Gamma, RWS, War Council, Nebraskan, WRR, IUNE KORB, Norfolk, Bus. Fld. Kappa Kappa Gamma. BETTY KUKLIN, Lincoln, Bus. Fld Sigma Delta Tau. NQDIR KUNZMRNN, Omaha, Radio Delta Gamma, University Theater. RNNE LRGE, Omaha, lourn YWCPI HELEN LRIRD, Sheridan, Wyo., Music. Rlpha Chi Omega, YWCR, Universtiy Singers. MRRY LRNCFISTER, Lincoln, Eng. Kappa Rlpha Theta, Coed Counselors. BETTY LRRSON, Colome, So, Dak., Com. Qrts. University Sing- ers, Coed Counselors, Student Foundation, Newman club. ETHELYN LFISHINSKY, Omaha, Flrts 61 Science. Sigma Delta Tau, Tassels, Cornhusker. BETTY LRTTQ, Omaha, History, Pol, Sci. Kappa Rlpha Theta, Rlpha Lambda Delta, Coed Counselor, YWCR, Student Foundation. MERLE LHUGHLIN, Lincoln, Elec. Engr. PEGGY LERCI-I, Rvoca, Ia., Speech. YWCR, Pre-Orchesis. RUTH LEBO, Chadron, Dietetics, Home Ec. club, 4-H club, Kappa Phi. IRNE LEONFIRD, Lincoln, Psych. Sigma Kappa, YWCFI, WRR. IEPIN LEI-IMKUHL, Minden, Rccounting. Sigma Kappa, Coed Counselors. BHRBPIRH LEWIS, Lincoln, Zoo. Sigma Kappa, Religious Wel- fare council. A HRRRIET LILLY, Lincoln, Radio. Kappa Kappa Gamma. NORMI-l LIPSETT, Glenwood, Ia., Soc. IBNE LITTLE, York, Home Ec. Fllpha Phi. MFIRY LOEINK, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCR, Coed Counselors. PRTRICIR LONGHCRE, Lincoln, Soc. Pllpha Xi Delta. DORRN LORENZ, Rockville, Pre-Nursing. Nu Med. MRRGFIRET LYON, Grand Island, Elem. Ed. Rlpha Xi Delta, YWCH. BETTY LYSINGER, Ravenna, Bus. Rd. Pi Beta Phi, Phi Chi Theta, YWCI-71, Coed Counselors. FRY MCCLYMONDS, Lincoln, Plrt. Pre-Orchesis. MRRY MCCORD, Casper, Wyo., Rrts G Science. Gamma Phi Beta, Varsity Band, Coed Counselors, YWCR. IUNE MCCRFICKEN, Lincoln, Int, Dec. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCR. i "" X F Fwd Kiflfl Ii Kmchel B Kiechel D Kinney R. Klopp E Knoll I. Korb B Kuklin mzrnnnn A Lago H Laird M Lancaster B Larson E Lashinsky B Lotta M. Laughlin Leach It Lube I.Leonard I.Lehmkuhl B.LeMds H.LHly N.I4pseH I.LnRe Lotink I' Imrraacrrc IJ, Lorenz M, Lyon B. Lysinger D. McClymonds M McCord I McCracken Page MHRY MCCURDY, Lincoln, Com. Towne Club, Newman Club. GLORIQ MCDERMOTT, Grand Island, Speech. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCH, University Theater. CI-IROL MCGREW, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Delta Delta Delta. PHYLLIS MCLHREN, Lincoln, Bus, Fld. Delta Gamma, Phi Chi Theta, Cornhusker. MHVIS MCMURRPIY, Kimball, Eng. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH, HUF. MQRY MCNHIR, Pawnee City, Elem. Ed. Delta Gamma, YWCH. BHRBHRQ MQCK, Lincoln, Hrt. Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Phi Delta. MHRGERY MHFFITT, Douglas, Com. Ed. Fllpha Omicron Pi, YWCH. MHRILYN MPIRKUSSEN, Minden, Com, Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH, War Council, Student Foundation, HUF. HELEN MQSER, Lincoln, Com. Ftrts. Hlpha Xi Delta. IEQN MHTTESON, Sutton, History. PILTHQ MHY, Lincoln, Elem, Ed. Kappa Phi, ROTC band. BEVERLEE MERRIFIM, Omaha ,Soc. Sigma Delta Tau, Coed Counselors. LESLIE METHENY, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Kappa Pllpha Theta, Coed Counselors, War Council, Tassels, MHRYHNN MEYER, Lincoln, Home Ec. Ptlpha Phi. EDITH MILLER, Lincoln, Speech. Newman Club. MILLICENT MILLER, Lexington, Com. ROTC band, YWCPI. IMOGENE MINIER, Craig, Elem, Ed. Delta Gamma. MHRY MITCHELL, Sprague, Dietetics, Chi Omega, YWCH, WSH, MFIRGQRET MODLIN, Beaver City, Ed. Sigma Pllpha Iota, Uni- versity Singers, Band. ILI31 MONOVITZ, Fremont, Com. Sigma Delta Tau, WHPI, YWCI-l. BETH MONTGOMERY, McCook, Elem, Ed, Kappa Qlpha Theta, Cornhusker, Nebraskan, HUF, Coed Counselors board, Stu- dent Foundation, War Council, YWCI-l. MHRY MORRILL, Fllliance, Com. Hrts. LESTER MORROW, Wakefield, Hdv. Sigma Pllpha Epsilon. IEHN MORSE, Lincoln, Hrt. Pi Beta Phi. RODNEY MOSS, Oakdale, Chem. ' CFIROLYN MOTTER, Fremont, Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi. IOHNN MOYER, Lincoln, Com. Kappa Fllpha Theta, Coed Coun- selors, YWCPI. NOREEN MURPHY, Glenwood, Ia., Speech. Cl-IPIRLOTTE MUSIN, Des Moines, Ia., Soc. Sigma Delta Tau, Coed Counselors. PILICE NF-IKHDH, Mitchell, Pre-Tech. DOUGLPIS NELSON, Wausa, Entomology. Phi Delta Theta, N club. MHRILYN NELSON, Herman, Music. Pi Beta Phi, Delta Omicron, Student Foundation. LOIS NEUMEYER, Bennington, Home Ec. Chi Omega, Home Ec. club, YWCQ. SUE NEWMHN, Hastings, Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi, Student Foun- datiori, YWCH. MPIRIORIE NEWTONI Goodland, Kans., Bus. Hd. Chi Omega, YWCH. LORENE NOVOTNY, Beatrice, Eng. Hlpha Phi, Student Founda- tion, YWCFI, Coed Counselors, Cornhuslcer, WHH, War Council. DORIS VOLSEN, Gibbon, Home Ec, Gamma Phi Beta. Bl'-IRBQRH OLSON, Lincoln, Music. Hlpha Phi, Delta Omicron, YWCPI, University Singers. WILLHRD OLSON, Omaha, Bus. Hd. Eeta Theta Pi, War Council. GERTRUDE PHGE, Denver, Colo., Chem. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCH. 4 I Q Q EY i 3 V M. MCCurdy G. McDermott C. McGrew P. McLaren M. McMurray M. McNair B. Mack M. Matti' M, Markussen I. Matteson A. May H. Maser B. Merriam I... Metheny M. Meyer ' E. Millet M. Miller I. Minier M. Mitchell M. Modlin I. Monovitz B. Montgomery M. Morrill L, Morroi I. Morse H. Moser R. Moss C. Matter I. Moyer N. Murphy C, Musin A, Nakad Page 92 'ni ihL4tim.a,lhey9uzzpbbzqbaclffhoA1 Hnmipbmfnomlaafzpzan fhafflmq ' along wifhfluuh Martina. Bu! don! le! fluzmlnnlqnu ,fh11s1,cQanfh.aq9Laholdbzqnufiha19zfluhd' . Jhw A0pll0Ill0fLQ.A m1aA.t4eanandflznd5J09-tlufallmwlw bfwuqldlaarkico drzdwifhlheinicama HUIJHIII PHPIQH, i.Hfl'1Hi'7I1i Colo T111-in iid ilfiltfi Dmitri Dffilfi. HNNE PHILLIPS5 Lincoln Bus, Hd Kappa Hlphn Timing Coed iiluyy 1'7I:'I'f:Hf1l f3I,iH,,y Hmm, 11,3 Homf, LC Club? 4VH Clubj Counrscionsg Wfir Coiinciig Corniiinskerg Student Foiindutiong YWCFI. HUF iifinnn iii1'i'i1iiszoii i'ff.mfiiii im, nfs ni,-in Pm, Pin ChiTimtf1g MHRY PHiLLiPS: Liiiwiiii BHS- fide KGPPG Qiiiim Tiiiiiii: Piii Ciii iiilififili iliiirufiiitioii, Cor-ci Coiiriszr-Iona, YWCH ThetcxgFlWSgCornhuskergHUigWc1r Council, Coed Cciiin zcilorsi Mmnf iii:'i'iiii:zori, cgiiiiwiiir Mimi: nipim Pin R055 PLULLLPS: Liiiwiiii BUS iid, Ciii Oiiiwii Mriiiiiini: iii:ii'iiii:soii fsiff..i,.1i,im,r CW nm YWCQ HLLEN PLQSTERS: Stella' Srieffvii Ciii Oiiifiiw nim.i1Y Pi:'i'i:iif:fiii ri.-imiiii Ciiy lim mimi Phi MILURED POGUE: Giefiiiffiiiii Lieiii Ed Kiivni Piii: YWC9 CLJHH I'iI'I"i'IIYf1, Wilvwx Imiw fliqiiifi Kripyici, fiiqinri Eid Ciiig BURTUN POLSKY? Lincoln' Enqf Zem B910 TUN- WHH, YWCH, fjrir-pi Cliilliljrilfliil, MQRIORIE PRESTON Lincoln, Blltl, Hd, Siqnm Kappa --...fr M' i i Nlemher of the intelligientiu is Eleanor Knoll, "Pinky" proved her mcttle in scholarship und went un to become u member of AWS hoard. War Council. and WAA. ew 'uri--vf L 'ai' V. ii' I N I I M H-il on I. Ni-iiiiif-ye-i S Ni-winfxn M Newton L Novoiny Ui r ii flizmin W Uizzon G Pimo B Paper C Poiteys I i 1 li iii-'i-i:,i-n M P'-I'-iizfii M P:-ti-rrxoii fi Poiurnoii A Phillips I I iii ri l'i:iii.5 i. ii iii i..Y i M Piuqiiv ii Polflky M iherszion Blonde Mimi Ann Johnson heads down the Union wulk. This Kappa heavers for Tussels and Hits around ns u member of AVS hoard. HELEN RRHN, Winner, So. Dak, Psych. Gamma Phi Beta. IORNNE RRPP, Valley, Dietetics. Delta Gamma, YWCR, WRR, Home EC. club, Cornhusker, Student Eoundation, Coed Coun- selors. PRTRICIR RPIUN, Walthill, Rrt. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Student Foundation, YWCR. KRTHHRINE REESE, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Kappa Pllpha Theta. CLEONE REETZ, Bloomfield, Home EC. Rlpha Xi Delta. DOROTHY REEVES, Gordon, Dietetics. DOROTHY REILLY, Lincoln, Speech, Towne Club, University Players, University Singers. MRDGE REINHRRDT, Lincoln, Plrts CS Science. Kappa Rlpha Theta. IRMES RILEY, Howe, Pre-Med. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Nu Meds, Newman Club. RLICE RIFE, Stratton, Elem. Ed. Kappa Phi, Tassels, Coed Coun- selors. RNNE ROBINSON, Denver, Colo., Music, Rlpha Omicron Pi. LLOYD ROMINE, Palisade, Eng. Phi Kappa Psi. DOROTHER ROSENBERG, Omaha ,Iourn. Sigma Delta Tau. DRVID RUSSELL, McCook, Science. Sigma Nu. RODINE SRDOESKY, Omaha, Bus. Rd. Sigma Delta Tau, YWCPI, Student Foundation, Rag Tags, Cornhuslcer, ROBERT SRMRRDICK, Omaha, Psych. Sigma Nu. ROMI-I SFINDVOLD, Moorhead, la., Com. RUTH SRRGENT, Pllliance, Bus. Rd. Rlpha Chi Omega. MRRIORIE SF-IUER, Tekamah, Plrt. Pllpha Phi, YWCR. KRTHLEEN SCHRECHER, Lindsay, Plrt. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Tassels, Coed Counselors, Newman Club, University Theater. GRETCHEN SCHROEDER, Lincoln, Zoo. Kappa Kappa Gamma. HELEN SCHROEDER, Curtis, Com. Rrts. Delta Gamma, YWCR, Cornhusker. RRYMOND SCHOLTZ, Hastings, Pre-Law. Sigma I-'llpha Epsilon. HEDY SCHULTZ, Lincoln, Eine Plrts. Rlpha Omicron Pi, Corn- husker. IRCOUELINE SCOTT, Grand Island, Bus. Rd. Fllpha Chi Omega, Tassels, Coed Counselors, War Council, Cheerleader, Corn- huslcer, Phi Chi Theta, Pep Queen. NELL SCOTT, Stromsburg, Iourn. Delta Gamma, ICLE SELDERS, Lincoln, Eng, Towne Club, BREW. MRRIORIE SETTELL, Bloomfield, Elem. Ed. Rlpha Xi Delta, YWCR. IRENE SEVERH, Lincoln, Int. Ed. Towne Club, Newman Club. DOROTHY SI-IHFER, Huburn, Com. Rrts. RRLENE SHHNEYFELT, Long Pine, Spanish. Delta Delta Delta, Coed Counselors, YWCR. MRRGRRET SHELLEY, Lincoln, Music. Rlpha Chi Omega, Delta Omicron. MRRY SHERWOOD, Red Cloud, Com. Rrts. Pi Beta Phi, Student Foundation, YWCR. GEORGE SHESTFIK, Lincoln, Geology. Sigma Rlpha Epsilon. ERRNCES SIMEK, Rshland, Com. Rrts. Gamma Phi Beta, New- man Club. LENORE SIMON, Omaha, Eng. Sigma Delta Tau, Cornhuslcer, Coed Counselors. MFIRCELLR SLRICHERT, Lincoln, Iourn. Towne Club, Religious Welfare Council, Sigma Eta Chi. IPINET SLOSS, North Bend, Elem. Ed. Fllpha Chi Omega, YWCR GRETCHEN SMITH, Broken Bow, Com. Rrts. Kappa Rlpha Theta, YWCR. BEVERLY SORENSEN, Lincoln, I-lccounting. Gamma Phi Beta, Wm. Gold Scholarship Key. BETTY SPRRKES, Burlington, Ia., Elem. Ed, Fllpha Phi. RUDY SRB, Omaha, Pre-Med. Phi Kappa Psi. MRRILYNN STRHL, Nelson, Math. Filpha Chi Omega. H Rahn I. Rapp P. Raun K. Reese C. Reetz D. Reves D. Reilly M. Reinhardt I. Riley A Rite A. Robinson L. Romine D. Rosenberg D. Russell R Sadofsky R Samardiclc R. Sandvold R Sarge M Sauer K. Schaecher G. Schroeder H. Schroeder R. Scholtz H. Schultz I Scott N. Scott I Selde M Settell I. Severa D. Shafer A. Shaneyfelt M. Shelley M. Sherwood G. Shestak F Simek L. Simo Page 9 Q S r 1 lwwz ,ilml0a1z.,S'haw,andfhnD1 051.510 ,andav 1LU.clhafmadnflmmapanfof?fl. '71, mflmtbneAflmq AtudyluzlL hflmnull-wzhfm Anow' ,wzdfhxzmlaflzufjhttq died Jhamphvnwau mbncauuzlwaafhezhfilmiynanofml- IQl,1fItI4lj'I'lI I3'I'HII'I'Oll, fltruriirhiira, Soc. P1 Beta Phi, Sigma fllphft lfttu, Pf1I1llf'llf'TlIC, War Council lSll.l.l.lI f3'l'lllIl.MNl'l, l,inf'oln, Phym Hd. Qlpha Chi Omega Lllllltll fl'l'lIlIVlllt, fltroiiiizlriirq, Ii t tic, lo Cltrllflffll, YWCH. l.llUltlfllClf fS'l'UlllIlt, Watizon, Mo., Math Beta Theta Pi l5lf'l"l'Y f1'l'ltHlll, Lincroln, liuzz Fld Hlpha Chi Omega, Coed f,ttur1:1r-lrtr:', YWCH lfl.lXlll5lf'l'll fS'l'Ufllt'l'g Lffxingtori, Iourn. Qlpha Xi Delta, Coed C,:iiin::r-lorzi, filtllfllf flWllllfSf9l.l, llftzztinfrxa, Allllilllgll onlv il sophomore lictll Montqomcrv luis ulrcudy :nude an numu for licrsclf in Coed Counselor hourd und on the yearbook, A moment of rest :ind refreshment for two llurd working sopllomorcs, Les Nlltllllilly und llnrhurzi Emerson, lwt" 4 IUYCII fl'l'llVll, l.1nr'oln Muisic Qlpha Chi Omega, YWCFI, l5u::. Fld. fllpha Phi, leqcwzdthcqwmz' . MQRILYN SWI3tNSONp Lincoln, Eng, Delta Gainina. BEVERLY SWQRTWOOD, Pldams, Spanish, Delta Delta Delta, University Orchestra, Coecl Counselors, YWCQ. PHYLLIS SNYDER, Hastings, Ftccounting. IHMES THGQDER, Superior, Speech. Delta Upsilon. DONQLD TQYLOR, Lincoln, Plrts G Science. Phi Gamma Delta. PHYLLIS TEHGPIRDEN, Lincoln, Eng. Chi Omegag Coed Coun- selors, Nebrarskang War Councilg HUF, YWCH. FREDRIC TELLERg Columbus, Bus Fld. Zeta Beta Tau, War Council. LUCILLE TQNSINGQ Syracuse, Pre-Nursing. IQYCE TUCKER, Syracuse, Radio and Iourn, Je e 'is l ine Ec. club, War fb 'C' , H? Eff. -7' uv Q W- - --1 - x g M Slatchert I Sloss G Smith P Snyder B Soren,on B Sparkes tt Srh M Stahl ll Stanton W Steelrnan L Steover L Stoner lt Strain li. Stuart I Stuve G Swanson M Swanson R Swartwood I 'la tafter D Taylor P 'leaqarden F. Teller L. Torismo I, Tucker "Peewee" Novotny, one of the more 1 . eager sophomores, stops for the inev- itahle "coke" in the Crib. A Student Foundation, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. and War Council member, "Novot" was also appointed assistant business manager of the Cornhusker. 1 i 1 V. Turner G. Tusha V. Tyler L, Woita R. Waite S. Weber M. Wiedman C Wieland G. Wild VlRGlNlFl TURNER, Council Bluffs, la., Elem, Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma. GHYNELLE TUSHH, Verdigre, Eng. and lourn. YWCH. VHRRO TYLER, Nebraska City, Chem. Phi Gamma Delta, Pub. Board. NITH VFISTINE, Charles City, la., Dietetics. Home Ec. club, YWCH. IOYCE VIEHMEYER, North Platte, Eng. RUTH WHITE, Lincoln, Chem. Towne Club, Sigma Eta Chi, WSH. SUSQN WEBER, Norfolk, Pre-Nursing, Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH. RUTH WEINBERGER, Seward, Elem. Ed. SHLLY WHITE, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Fllpha Chi Omega, Coed Counselors, YWCQ. MHRILYN WHITING, Lincoln, Plccounting. Palladian. MHRY WIEDMHN, Lincoln. Pilpha Chi Omega, Coed Counselors, YWCH. COZETTE WIELQND, Sutton, Clothing and Textiles. Pi Beta Phi, YWCH. GENE WILD, Fremont, Chem. 4-H club. PHYLLIS WINQUEST, Holdrege. Delta Gamma, YWCH. LORRQINE WOITQ, Weston, Music, Newman Club, Delta Omi- cron, University Singers. ROBERT WOLEE, Omaha, Management. Sigma Phi Epsilon. CHROLYN WRlGHT, Red Oak, Ia., Pre-Nursing. Gamma Phi Beta, Tassels, YWCR, Coed Counselors, Student Foundation, Rag Tags. HELEN WULF, Lincoln, Home Ec. Hlpha Lambda Delta, Home Ec. club, Coed Counselors. ROBERT YEN, North Platte, Engr. Beta Sigma Psi. IO HNN YONTS, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Kappa Ptlpha Theta. BERNICE ZHIICEK, Wilber, Music. Mu Phi .Epsilon, Coed Coun- selors, Varsity Band. H, Wulf R. Yen I. Yonts B. Zajicek V. Zenier VESTH ZENIER, Sandpoint, Idaho, Music. Delta Omicron. I. Vanl-lorne N. Vastine I Viehm R. Weinberger S. White M. Whi P. Winquest R. Wolf C. Writ l Newly-elected district representative of the YW is DG personality girl Shirley Hinds. "Shirts" faithfully counted fifty-cent pieces as Student Foundation treasurer and served on War Council and Coed Counselors. Page E F I 43 'nnffn ,andfluhymfza bumpm awp-the dau of 148. Qfluumditqhaa ' to dow1Yh1Zfhaq9mbnwzdtolmamLlechbnofQLu:gJfzHAundAnn1kLl EFIQNCES FIBBOTT, Lincoln, Spanish. Kappa Kappa Gamma. IOHNN HCKEHMPIN, Sidney, Sec, Kappa Pllpha Thetag Student Foundation, YWCPL Nebraskan. EVELYN HINSWORTH, Fairmont, Bus. Fld. MQRTHQ QITKENg Lincoln, Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma. BETTY QLBERTg Plattsmouth, Music, Sigma Pllpha Iota. MHRIORIE QLEXISg Lincoln, lourn. Pi Beta Phi. BECKY FlLLENg Lincoln, Eng. Hlpha Chi Omega. MQRY HLLENg Beatrice, Pre-Nursing, Nu-Med, YWCA. MQRGHRET FlMENDp Lincoln, Voice. Chi Omega. IO QNN FiNDERSONg Lincoln, Plrts G Sciences. Hlpha Xi Delta. IQCOUELINE HNDREWSg Lincoln, Ftrts 51 Sciences. Delta Delta Delta. FLORENCE HRMOLD, Scotia, Home Ec. Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, YWCP1. ELQINE QSMUSSEN, Norfolk, Pre-Med. Gamma Phi Beta. DELPHINE HYEHSp Lexington, Hrts QS Sciences. Kappa Hlpha Theta, Cornhusker. ELIZABETH BFlHENSKYg St. Paul, Iourn. LOIS BHRELMFIN, Wakefield, Pre-Med. Pllpha Omicron Pi. IOHN BFISHRICH, Omaha, Hrts 51 Sciences. HHROLD BHUERg Culbertson, Music. Phi Mu Qlphag Var- sity Bandg University Singers. HDELENE BQ.UMp Tecumseh, Com. Qrts. YWCFI. MHBIE BHUMg Tecumseh, Comm. Hrts. YWCH. MHRIORIE BHUMHNNg West Point, Hrts 51 Sciences. NQNCY BHYLOR, Lincoln, Eng. Kappa Kappa Gammag Orchesis. IHNICE BECHERg Lincoln, Fllpha Chi Omega. BETTE BENNETT, Lincoln, Elem, Ed. Fllpha Omicron Pig YWCH. F. Abbott I Ackerman E Ainsworth M. Aitken B. Albert M. Alexis B. Allen M, Allen M. Amend l. Anderson I. Andrews F. Armold lf Asmussacr D Ayers if Bahensky I, Basarich N. Baylor L. Barelman H. Bauer A. Baum M. Baum M. Baumann I. Becher B. Bennett Page 07 Roger Stewart Jackie Tobin S. Bernstein A. Beshore K. Blue C, Blum I. Bogan B. Bogard M. Bordy W. Boss M. Bowhay W. Boydston E. Brackney D, Bradley H . ,, R. Brodin R. Brown I. Brt P. Brunson I. Bryant F. Buchholz Tlbhy Curley W, Buckley P. Burley E. Burket E, Burns F. Callopy M. Camp Delphme AYre5 SHRHH BEHNSTEIN, Omaha, Hrt. Sigma Delta Tau, HUF, YWCH RNDREW BESHORE, Kearney, Pre-Med. Phi Gamma Delta. KHTHLEEN BLUE, Lincoln, Bus, Hd. Chi Omega. CHQRLOTTE BLUM, Story, Wyo., Chem. IEQN BOGFIN, Lincoln. Delta Delta Delta. BONNIE BOGQRD, Lincoln, Home Ec. Home Ec Club. MHRVIN BORDY, Silver Creek, Pre-Med. Zeta Beta Tau, Nu4Med. WILLIHM BOSS, Humboldt, Hrch. Beta Theta Pi. MHRVIN BOWHHY, Liberty, Rccounting. Sigma Chi, Nebraskan University Theater. WILLIHM BOYDSTON, Detroit, Mich., Speech. Beta Theta Pi. ELIZFIBETH BRHCKNEY, Lincoln, Chem. DOROTHY BBHDLEY, Lincoln, Chem. REBECCH BBODIN, Rapid City, So. Dalc., Science. Chi Omega. ROY BROWN, Grand lsland. Civil Eng. Sigma Chi, Neloraskan IOHNN BRT, Wakefield, Home EC. Hlpha Omicron Pi. PHTIENCE BRUNSON, Louisville, Engr, Kappa Phi. IHCK BRYHNT, Tekamah, Bus, Hd. Phi Gamma Delta. FREDERICK BUCHHOLZ, Columbus, Elec. Engr. Theta Xi, WINTON BUCKLEY, York, Law. Hlpha Tau Omega. PQTRICIH BURLEY, Lincoln, Hrch. Hlpha Xi Delta. ELLH BUBKET, Lincoln, Eng, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ELIZHBETH BURNS, Omaha, Elem. Ed, Kappa Kappa Gamma FRHNK CHLLOPY, Scottsbluff, Math. Fllpha Tau Omega. MHRY LOU CHMP, Davenport, Hrts of Sciences. Page 98 O 41muu,bufafih1hAfaqavfihuh!amnfheq9:.clzifflcnwJmihanjuAf flumh md of Aclwnl fzxfaoumfa. Qnamdaqatauqhfthemtolomzfhuh ' mm, nofnnlqfnnfhuh MFIXINE CFIMPBELL, Lincoln, Radio. Sigma Kappa. RICHFIRD CPIPEK, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Phi Delta Theta, ROTC, War Council. BURDETTE CHRLSON, Qxtell, Phys Ed. Kappa Sigma. MHRGQRET CQSTNER, Flshland, Home Ec. 4-I-I Club, Home Ec Club: YWCH. DORIS CI-IHMBERLIN, Flshland, Music. Sigma Fllpha Iota. ROBERT CI-IQNGSTROM, Omaha, Civil Engr. Beta Theta Pi. LOIS CHQNTRY, Osceola, Spanish. Delta Gamma, Orchesis. IDF! CHFIPPELL, Minden, Hrts 51 Sciences. IRWIN CHESEN, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Zeta Beta Tau, War Council, Nu-Med, Nebraskan. PI-IYLLIS CI-IESNUT, Friend, Flrts 61 Sciences. IEHN CHILQUIST, Foster, Bus. Fld. BETTY CI-IIPMHN, Omaha, Eng. Ftlpha Chi Omega, YWCPI. FILICE CI-IRISWISSER, Lincoln, Ftccounting. DOCRQOTHY CHRISTENSEN, Nebraska City, Home EC. Home Ec lub. EULFILIE CHRISTENSEN, Flllen, Pre-Nursing. Kappa Phi. KENNETH CI-IRISTENSEN, Telcamah, Phys Ed. Beta Theta Pi. WFIRE CHRISTENSON, Wahoo, Bus. Fld. IEQN CI-IRISTMON, Emmons, Penn., Bus. Fld. Orchesis. MFIRCIH CIVIN, Omaha, Science, Sigma Delta Tau, Student Foundation. IFINE CLHRK, St. Edward, Elem. Ed. University Singers, YWCFI. NORMPI CLEMENTS, Elmwood, Music. GERQLD COI'IN, Omaha, Management. Zeta Beta Tau, War Council. ROBERT COLE, Emmet, Qrts G Sciences. Sigma Nu. PQTRICIH COLTON, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Kappa Ftlpha Theta. EPIRL COMEREORD, Lincoln, Pre-Law. Sigma Nu. IEFIN COMPTON, Schuyler, Pldv. Pi Beta Phi, Cornhusker, Stu- dent Eoundation, Rag Tags, YWCR. SHIRLEY COMPTON, Lincoln, Psych. University Orchestra. HRLENE COOPER, Omaha, Iourn. Sigma Delta Tau. .5 tk. lx wg, t wt - X as SE 'T' f ""lnl"' 3: .Y ..... Q 1 X . 5 , . . 3' , , s 2535.33 it iii is K Xi Z frxl, ft i Ii ' C I Y I .".- ' , . X S S 2,5 ,' ' ,. , 5 fee' . I I, ,Q Y X I I 1 'f fiii - I, . H 'f , -115.1 3 4 K' si ii ' it M. Campbell ll. Capel: B. Carlson M. Castner D. Chamberlin R. Changstroni L. Chantry l Chappell I Chosen P Chesnut I. Chilquist B. Chipman A, Chriswisser D. Christensen K. Christensen If Christensen W. Christenson I. Christmofi M. Civin I. Clark N. Clements 5 G. Cohn R Cole P. Colton E Comertord I. Compton S. Compton A. Cooper gmwufgvwuwi ' 1Qqmumi.mdm4uw1aupwww.J1w, nfzflmmgywbzfm ' wdhfhelhdabzazhfhnpaalonwhm iluaq' ' ih:zqwnJLeulo1m...Izufihat2juAia,tzanfnfbnb14bz SCa1m...m'l'lon.fh.eaAf...mHazpnund IOQN COOPER, Oakland, Pre-Nursing. HLICE COPPS, Ida Grove, Iowa, Home Ec. KHTHRYN CORBETT, Mason City, Iowa, Elem. Ed. SHIRLEY CORBIN, Grant, Speech. Pilpha Xi Delta. PILFRED CORNISH, Omaha, Bus. Fld. Phi Gamma Delta, PHTRICIP1 COSTELLO, Rapid City, So. Dalc., Comm. Hrts. Chi Omega. ELIZPIBETI-I CURLEYg Seward, Flrts G Sciences. Fllpha Chi Omega. BERL DFIMKROGER, DeWitt, Plnimal Husbandry, 4-H Club. FRPINK DHNCERg Tryon, Bus. Fld. Sigma Phi Epsilon. ROBERT DPINLEY, DeWitt, Hrch, Phi Delta Theta. LORRHINE DI31VIDSONg Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Sigma Delta Tau. IOHN DHVIS, Lincoln, PreALaW. MHRILYN DPIVISQ Lincoln, Speech. HNTOINETTE DE BOER, Firth, Voice. PHULINE DE BOER, Firth, Piano. Delta Omicron. IRCK DEDRICK, Sidney, Math. Fllpha Tau Omega. ROSEMHRY DEEFENBHUGI-I, Lincoln, Hccounting. Sigma Kappa. ELIZHBETH DEMOS, Gillette, Wyo., Phys Ed. YWCQ. MHIDH DENGLERp Edgemont, So. Dak., Home Ec. Home Ec Club YWCPI. MHRILYN DENISON, Omaha, Hrts G Sciences. Hlpha Chi Omega. FIRLENE DETER, Papillion, Pre-Nursing. ELINOR DETWEILERg Omaha, Radio. Delta Gamma, YWCH. I, Cooper A. Copps K. Corbett S. Corbin A. Cornish P. Costello E. Curly B. Damki F. Dancer R, Danley L. Davidson I. Davis M. Davis A. DeBoer P. DeBoer I. Dedr R. Deitenbaugh E. Demos M. Dengler M. Denison A. Deter E. Detweiler L. Didriksen C. Die T. Dillon R. Dilsaver R. Dinsdale R. Dirks I. Dishman M, Ditter W. Doran V. Doc Page IUU r 5 Q i 2 a I F D if l.Olfl lllliltllfflllll, Kerirnfey, Home Ec Home EC Club, YWCH. Cll'l'lllfltllllI lllllltfi, Uly1:::fv:z, Music Gamma Phi Beta, University fliriqffrrz, fiturlr-nt l'ounclation, YWCH. Tllfiltlllf lJll,l.Oll, llv:l'1rfi::ka City, Law. Phi Gamma Delta, Uni- vr'r.:ily lifinfl ltlflllftllli lJll,f1FlVlfH, Krrri1:tr1atriri,Kfin:1,lourn Phi Cvamma'Delta. ltOY lJlNf1lJlll.lf, Palmer, Law, Phi Delta Theta. ltfllililtllfl lllltlffl, lrihnman, Hum Hd, BHHW. llillll lJlf3llMHll, l,1nr:oln, Home EC. Towne Clubg Home EC Club. MllXllJli lJl'l"l'lflt, l.inrfoln Home lic, Home EC Club. Wll.l,lHM liflltfllil, Lincoln, Hui: Fld Newman Club. Vlil.Mfl lJOlil'llt, llloomlif.-ld, lilrem. Ed. MflHll.YN IJOUGLHES, Omaha, Home EC. Delta Gamma, YWCH. Wlllll'lt,lIlJ IJOUOIHFS, Palmyra, Home EC fl-H Club, Home EC Chili Mflltlfiltlll lJOYl.l1, Lincroln, ling. Delta Gamma. Mllltllfl lDUCKWOlt'l'll, lndifinola, llietfrticzs, Cllllltlf lfUlJl.lIY, Omtihri, Psych Pre-Orche:si::, lnter-House Council, YWCH VHN lJlll.ll'lfl, l.1nr'oln, lbrwritintry, fllpha Tau Omeqa. MllltY l5Yl1, l.inf'fnln, flpv-ecli fllphfi Omicron Pi. l1fllflltl.O'l"l'lf liliY, Lf.-irih, Hrtiz CS Scienceu. ' 54" if FRQNCES EDEE, Pawnee City, Pre-Law, Kappa Kappa Gamrnag University Band. IOY ELLIOTT, Lincoln, Comm. Flrts. DONNH ELLYSON, North Platte, Home Ec. Delta Gamma, YWCQ. MHRGQHET ELY, Guide Rock, Hrts 651 Sciences. Pi Beta Phi, Stu- dent Foundation, YWCH. IOHN ENGLHND, Flxtell, Phys Ed. Kappa Sigma. MHRGQRET ENGSTROM, Lincoln, Hrts 51 Sciences. Palladian' YWCFI. IRVING EPSTEIN, Omaha, Law. Zeta Beta Tau, Varsity Debate. ROBERT ERBE, Omaha, Engr. MHRIORIE ERICSON, Lincoln. Pi Beta Phi. RUDREY ERNST, Sheridan, Wyo., lourn. Qlpha Chi Omega. THELMH EVQNS, York, Home EC. WHRREN FQIRCHILD, Endicott, Plgr. IOHN FHNKHHUSER, Humboldt, Music. Sigma Pllpha lotag Kappa Kappa Gamma, Uni Band, Student Foundation, Cornhusker, f RHODHRQ FELKERQ Hastings, Teachers STEWQRT FELKER, Hastings, Law. Sigma Phi Epsilon. FLORENCE FICKLER, Stanton, Prim. Ed. Newman Club, Univer- sity Orchestra. sv 17" Xi Ga 'QC- 'Q J iili W limifilfii. M Doyle- M Duckworth C lJy ff lilly l' lfrlrw- l lflliott D I il il l M l'nf1:,l1ftiii l liirfitmri lt lfrbe M lv ii W l'fIt!f'lI1l'l l laiiklifivizzr it llvllcer S X .lennnc Compton Adele Green Dudley V Dulina llllyson M lily llricson A. lfrnsst Rav Blue Felker V l'1c:kler ' Earl Cumcrford LILH GILLHN, Lincoln, Spanish. Fllpha Omicron Pi. QRVID GILMORE, Superior, Chem. Sigma Chi. PQULINE GILMORE, Kearney, Soc, Delta Gamma, YWCQ. MHXINE GLEBE, Scottsbluff, Hccounting, LOUISE GOLD, Lincoln, Eng. Nebraskan. SUE GOLDEN, Palmer, lourn. Chi Omega. ERMH GOLDENSTEIN, Glenvil, Speech, BPIRBFIRH GOODDING, Lincoln, Home Ec. Chi Omega. IHCKIE GORDON, Lincoln, Speech. Sigma Delta Tau. BETTY GRHHHM, Elgin, Hrts G Sciences. PRISCILLH FLHGG, Lincoln, Dietetics. Filpha Phi. PRISCILLH FOWLER, Leigh, Bus. Fld. Newman Club. WILMH FRQSER, Lincoln, Home Ec. Gamma Phi Beta. PHYLLIS FREED, Omaha, Hrts CS Sciences. Sigma Delta Tau. RICHHRD FREEMHN, Lincoln, Chem. Sigma Chi, University Theater. LOIS PRITZ, Bartley, Soc. Orchesis, YWCH. CHQRLENE FROST, Lincoln, Pre-Nursing. Gamma Phi Beta, IOHN FRY, Blue Springs, Bus. Hd. Sigma Chi. MHRY FRY, Beatrice, lourn. Delta Gamma, Cornhusker. IEQN FULLBROOK, Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Pi Beta Phi. DOLLIE GHBEL, Lincoln, Math. BETTY GHETH, Schuyler, Plccounting. DEWEY GHNZEL, McCook, Eng. GLORIFI GQRRETT, Minden, Home Ec. LEE GHRTNER, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Phi Gamma Delta. IOYCE GEDDES, Grand Island. Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT GEMBRL, Columbus, Botany, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Med, YWCH, Student Foundation. ROBERT GRHVES, Lincoln, Math. HDELE GREENE, Broken Bow, Eng. Gamma Phi Beta. BHRBHRH GRISSOM, Casper, Wyo,, Iourn. YWCH, MQRCELLH GROSSHHNS, Sutton, Bus. Fld. GLHDYS GROTHE, Geneva, Hrts 6 Sciences. Qlpha Phi. a Becky Allen Joan Ackerman air P. Flagg P. Fowler W. Fraser P. Freed R Freeman C. Frost I. Fry M. Fry I. Fullbrook D. Gabel Marx. Esther Duncan D. Ganzel G. Garrett L. Gartner I. Geddes R Gembal ' A. Gilmore P. Gilmore M. Glebe L. Gold S. Golden Margaret Hunter IO BNN GRHSMICK, Lincoln, Pre-Nursing. Pllpha Xi Delta, Nuf ' 1 f Wai 4 'E Wt L. P B. G L. G L. Gold Page 1 H1zm4bncanuz!l1.anwA1pppu.la1: on anfluznaw lmahd 111.2171 wld, Bda, Hammah. Bu! fluzy moan found fha! bfhezhpledqrpzbuwnnebwzhzlle mlledp.ladq.c VERDQ GRUHN, Ravenna, Bus. Fld. VIRGINIQ HI3lMlLTONg Omaha, Teachers. Gamma Phi Beta. LOIS GUILDNER, Madrid, Bus. Rd. SHLLY HRMMOND, Louisville, Home EC. YWCR, Home EC Club DONNP. HRRS, Lincoln, Personnel. Rlpha Xi Delta, YWCH. RICHQRD HHNISCH, Rockville, Math. Sigma Rlpha Epsilon. MYRFI HRDFIN, Bennington, Bus. Rd. Gamma Phi Beta, Orchesis, RODNEY HHNSEN, Hastings, Elec. Engr. YWCFI. RUTH HHNSEN, South Sioux City, Rrts 6: Sciences, Chi Omega MRRIORIE HRGRMRN, Bennet, Radio. International House. DORIS HRNSON, Wahoo, Bus, Hd. CRRL HHGEE, Nemaha, Dent. Xi Psi Phi. EILEEN HRRKER, Rlma, Bus. Rd. FLORENCE HRGEMRN, Ithaca, Home .Ec. YWCR, 4-H Club. SHIRLEY HRUN, Lincoln, Bus, Rd. ROBERT HRHN, Fremont, Law. Phi Delta Theta. KENNETH HERDRICKS, Plmes, Music, Sigma Chi. PHYLLIS HRLL, Eairbury, Psych. BETTE HECKENLIVELY, Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Kappa llllpha Theta MRXENE HF-'tMlLTON, Humboldt, Iourn. KRTHLEEN HENDERSON, Oakland, la., Bus. Rd. ROBERT HRMILTON, Petersburg, Eng. Phi Kappa Psi. LOIS HENDERSON, Lincoln, Elem. Ed. Ftlpha Xi Delta. .Pl 6. 1 , QA , X Boodctinq I Gordon B Graham I Grasmick R Graves i "G. Greene B. Grissom t1,Grcsshans Grothr: V Gruhn L. Guildner D, Haas M. Hadan l V- 'lit Hagaman C. Hagee P. Hageman . Hahn P, Hall M Hamilton R. Hamilton V. Hamilta j K ' S. Hammond R, Hanisch R Hansen Hansen D Hanson E Harker S Haun K. Headrjpis r N, B..B8CkEg1l1VGlY K. Henderson L Henderson 'l .7 X I5 ox 4, V jp X, , ix, r . - , h n 5 .v . X X i YY 'll s. A, X J. 9 N - , , - 4 - . , , . 3 V .l I , S im.,.- mia 5.5 3 , x Y . .X ' x 3 5 p ' , , J N . I X X dutiaa, ulzdanfheqarfzubbndllonlza andanuvfumdphonan andwfwhz '7znnuzwaAnwmlzZ'.Qfl1.Dx." jlmq he lmen dlbmvmod by the DONHLD HENDRICKSON, Lake Charles, La,, Chem. Phi Gamma Delta. ROBERT HERTZLER, Lincoln, Iourn. Beta Theta Pi. MHRY HILDENBRPIND, Elmhurst, Ill., Speech. Pi Beta Phi. IEHN HILLEBRQNDT, Parsons, Kans., Bus. Hd. IEHNETTE HILLE, Beatrice, Iourn. YWCH. DOROTHY HOFFER, Pllbion, Ed. Chi Omega. DORIS HOFFER, Fllbion, Ed. Chi Omega. CHPIRLES HOFFMHN, Omaha, Pre-Med. Beta Theta Pi. PHYLIS HOKE, Lincoln, Phys Ed. Gamma Phi Beta. BETTY HOLCOMB, Kearney, Speech. MFIRTHELLQ HOLCOMB, Kearney, Iourn. University Theater, Varsity Debate. and honuflq 591112012 fha! CLIFFORD HOLMES, Fairbury, Chem. Sigma Nu. MHRILYN HOUSER, Lincoln, Hrts G Sciences. GEORGE HUBER, Culbertson, Engr. MHRGHRET HUFF, Scottsbluff, Fldvertising. University Theater. HELEN HUMMEL, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Kappa Kappa Gamma, MHRGHRET HUNTER, Hastings, Speech. Delta Delta Delta. HNNETTE IQCOBS, Lincoln, Music. Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Fllpha Iota, Student Foundation. DONQLD IHY, Plinsworth, Eng. Sigma Phi Epsilon. BHRBHRH IENKINS, Sioux City, Ia., Speech. IOFINNE IENKINSON, Stow, Ohio, Home Ec. WESLEY IESPERSEN, Lincoln, Qccounting. D. Hendrickson R. Hertzler S. Hierwich M. Hildenbrcmd I. Hilebrandt I. Hille D. Hoffer D. He C. Hoffman P. Hoke B. Holcomb M. Holcomb C. Holmes M. Houser G. Huber M. H H. Hummel M. Hunter A. Iacobs D. Iay B. Ienkins I. Ienkinson W. Iespersen B. Ioh G. Iohnson L. Iohnson I... Johnson S. Iohnson A. Iohnston G. Iorgensen I. Keckley I. Ke Page 10 it E728-,' i 3.51 J B 'tr' its 1 ,wt - x :g Q.. g - K W ii v iff 1 S , X X g X, , Q Q .X Q Hob Hahn Nancy Klurey Fw' C 1,2 A i mf- iw. , Y I Y f I .n ' i K, . f' x - Q K 4 g X of X ' rr . ' Li I S jiliig ...A A I. Keiler C. Kellogg C. Kelly M. Kennedy F. Kenyon D. Kidder D. Killian I. Kime B. King I. King M, Kina N, King V. . . L .I I, Kinney M, Kirk L, Kjelson V. Kleman B. Koca W. Koehn Y, Lrmnm lang C. Koehne P. Komarek A. Kostal V. Kovarik D. Kreitels R Krenz , ' 'Juli Schwurtzer ' N - 1 P J L -lb frfh it P92 '1'L.-lx ef.: -"1 'A , N NX. BEVERLY IOHNSON, Holdrege, Hrtas Si Sciences. ' GEORGE IOHNSON, Franklin, Plrts G Sciences. Phi Gamma Delta, War Council, University Theater. LUCILLE IOI-INSON, Rochester, N, Y., Chem. Nebraslcan. LUIHNE IOI-INSON, David City, Prim. Ed. Pi Beta Phi. STRNLEY IOHNSON, Eric-nd, Illrts cSi Sciences. QRDIS IOHNSTON, Osceola, Home Ec, Home Ec Club. GLENDH IORGENSEN, Marquette, Bus. Fld. lOYC.E KECKLEY, Pllmena, Kans., Bus. Fld. Kappa Gamma. IMOGENE KEI-IN, Butte. IOSEPH KEIFER, Bosstwick, Elec. Engr. Sigma Chi. CI-IHRLES KELLOGG, Lincoln, Engr. CI-IRRLOTTE KELLY, Nelson, Ed. MHRILYN KENNEDY, Flvoca, Ia., Nursing. PRPINCIS KENYON, Phys Ed. Sigma Nu. DOLORES KIDDER, Omaha, Phys Ed, Phys Ed. Club. DOREHN KILLIHN, Lincoln, Nursing. Sigma Kappa, War Council. IURNITFI KIME, Mullen, Home Ec. Chi Omega, YWCR. Kappa BURTON KING, Marysville, Kans., Chem. Sigma Nu. IPICOUELINE KING, Lincoln, Voice. MHRY KING, Lincoln, Psych. Fllpha Chi Omega. NHNCY KING, Falls City, Speech. Kappa Ptlpha Theta, Student Foundation, YWCFI. LORRQINE KINNEY, Elgin, Home Ec. MHXINE KIRK, Greenwood, Math. LEE KIELSON, Stromsburg, Pre-Med. Sigma Chi, University Singers, Sinfonia, Varsity Band. VERLYN KLEMHN, Beatrice, Engr. BETTH KOCH, Milligan, Chem. Nu-Med, Newman Club. WILLIHM KOEHN, Lincoln, Dent, Sigma Nu. CPIROLYN KOEHNE, Lincoln, Home Ec. Sigma Kappa. PI-IYLLIS KOMPIREK, Geneva, Elem. Ed. QRLENE KOSTPIL, Ravenna, Music. Sigma Hlpha Iota. VIRGENE KOVFIRIK, Flshland, Home Ec. 4-H Club, Home Ec Club, YWCH, DOROTHY KREIFELS, Paul, Plrts 61 Sciences. Gamma Phi Beta. ROBERT KRENZ: Mendota, Ill., Dent. Xi Psi Phi. 1 lbzcolnzh u Atop-aff fm Jlollafwnnd jluzyim added fha! nxbm noietoflmrlwfuuwzd1of4o!jamfnfha.4.Quio1matfhnuhon!o! m.u.u1c. Jlmqhn bnatzhqnuffinmonflmnaq-mtdwhn muldiwolzkenp upwithn DOROTHY KROETH, Humboldt, Iourn. MIRIHM KRUGLICK, Hastings, Plrts CS Sciences. Sigma Delta TCILIQ YWCH. DOROTHY LHKE, Rapid City, So. Dak., Phys Ed. Phys Ed. Club. RICHHRD LRMBERTY, Fremont, Phys Ed. Phi Delta Theta, Foot- ball. SUSHN LHNCRSTER, Lincoln, Eng, Kappa Qlpha Theta. LORRHINE LQNDERYOU, Omaha, Rrts G Sciences. Delta Gamma. IOHN LHNIK, Wahoo, Math. SYLVIH LHSHER, South Sioux City, Bus. Fld. Student Founda- tion, Cornhusker, YWCH. LOIS LQTSCH, Lincoln, Home Ec. Delta Gamma. 'tbn.e? .ELIZHBETH LEHRN, Dallas, Texas, Spanish. LONH LEONHRD, Hinsworth. YWCP.. DHNIEL LILLY, Lincoln, Hrts 5- Sciences. Phi Delta Theta. IOYCE LINDBERG, Huntington Park, Calif., lourn. ESTHER LISIUS, luniata, Hrts G Sciences. IEHN LOCK, Lamar, Music. Sigma Hlpha Iota, University Singers. FRHNK LOEFFEL, Lincoln, Qrts of Sciences. BHRBQRH LONG, Fllma, Bus. Hd. MHRGHRET LONG, Hlma, Bus. Hd. FRHNCES LONGFELLOW, Rnsley, Pharm. ELISE LOUGH, Omaha, Music. Delta Delta Delta. PIGNES LOWREY, Nebraska City, Pre-Nursing. YWCR. I 3 K D. Krofta M. Kruglick D. Lake R. Lamberty S. Lancaster L. Lancleryou I. Lanik S. Lashe L. Latsch E. Learn L. Leonard D. Lilly l. Lindberg E. Lisius I. Lock F. Loetie B. Long M. Long F. Longfellow E. Lough A. Lowrey N. Lucas E. Lukasiewicz M. MacQu1 I. McClymont D. McCracken H, McCulla I. McElwain O. McGuire M. McKenzie B Mclvtains P. Mack Page lflfi NED LUCHS, Unadilla, Engr. Theta Xi. ERDICE LUKHSIEWICZ, Farwell, Pre-Med. Nu-Med, Newman Club. MHRGRRET MacOUEEN, Silver Creek, Plrts 5- Sciences. IEHN MCCLYMONT, Holdrege, Flrts G Sciences. DHLE MCCRQCKEN, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Qlpha Tau Omega, HERBERT MCCULLQ, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Pllpha Tau Omega. IQNICE MCELWHIN, Sloan, la., Dramatics. Qlpha Chi Omega. OTTIS MCGUIRE, Engr. Sigma Pllpha Epsilon. MHXINE MCKENZIE, Dallas, So. Dak., Bus, Hd. BEVERLY McMFllNS, Council Bluffs, la., Interior Design. Kappa Kappa Gamma. PHTRICK MQCK, Scottsbluff, Pre-Med. Sigma Chi, War Council. RITH MQGINN, Red Oak, la., Music. Sigma Fllpha lota. MHRY MQHONEY, Ftlma, Bus. Hd. RRLPH MHIOR, Culbertson, Elec. Engr. Phi Gamma Delta. SELMF1 MHNDELBERG, Hlliance, fllrts CS Sciences. Sigma Delta Tau, Student Foundation. DOROTHY MFINION, Kearney, Eng. Delta Gamma. LUCILLE MRNNING, Central City, Home Ec. 4-H Club, Home EC Club. YWCFI. 95 l 153' W t Y Maqinn M Mahoney R. Mayor S Mandelberg Mapes: G Mariclc D Marcu H Marer Marvin A Malik M Mauser B Mayer Mctlerd l Meyer C Michelson T. Mickey Page 107 1,1-rm , iq NORMF-it MHPES, Elm Creek, Chem. Bact. GORDON MQRICLEQ Fllbion, Qg. DQRLENE MPIRCUS, Fluburn, lourn. Sigma Delta Foundation, Cornhusker, YWCH. HPIROLD MQRER, Omaha, Speech. Zeta Beta Tau. HRRRY MHRSH, Omaha, Eng. Hlpha Tau Omega. MHRY MHRSHHLL, Verdigre, Eng. Chi Omega. IOSEPH MPIRVIN, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Fllpha Tau Omega. HRTHUR MHUK, Tabor, la., Mech. Engr. Delta Upsilon MURL MHUSER, Big Springs, Engr. Phi Gamma Delta BHRBHRQ MQYER, Plshland, Elem. Ed. LOIS MEDIN, Omaha, Chem. Hlpha Xi Delta. MQRGHRET MEEHHN, Superior, Bus: Fld. VIVIHN MEFFERD, Qinsworth. IHNE MEYER, Omaha, Qrts G Sciences. Kappa Kappa Gamma. CQRLH MICHELSEN, Cordova, Psych. THOMQS MICKEY, Osceola, Pre-Dent. Sigma Phi Epsilon. MQRIEL MIELKE, Bancroft, Bus. Hd. Pi Beta Phi. GEORGE MILLER, Papillion, Iourn. Beta Theta Pi, Tau, Student -. wqyifft 55 f s.. ' . J' , . l i l Jeanne Hogan Dick Capek 2 4- in N . i K . . 'wr ' lm-' ' ..s? . i .. 4 W . A ,,, D, Manion L Manning H. Marsh M. Marshall L. Medin M. Meehan Joan Fankhauser M. Mielke G. Miller Sarah Murry Jhma ham zpzf to bnconuz ' will ilu: ,educational nwnafcxtlwnlr fmnachmuurz Pl-lYLLlS MOREHEQD, Pawnee City, Bus. Hd. BHRBQRH MORGHN, Tarkio, Mo., Bus. Hd. LUCILLE MORITZ, Lincoln, Math, PHYLLIS MOBTLOCK, Lincoln, Iourn. Kappa Hip braskan. LEO MOSID, Scottsbluff, Bus. Hd. Sigma Chi. ETHEL MOST, Geneva, Bus. Hd. HHROLD MOZER, Omaha, Engr Zeta Beta Tau. IHNE MUDGE, Beatrice, Math. Qlpha Phi. SHBQH MUBRY, Yuba City, Calif., lourn. Kappa K HBDEN MYERS, McCook, Math. Mfhqwdaa CONSTQNCE MYERS, Lincoln, Eine Plrts. CHHBLES NEQL, Lincoln, Bus. Fld, Pllpha MHRIORIE NEBEN, Murdock, Elem. Ecl. IEQNETTE NELSON, Hastings, Bus. Fld. MHXINE NELSON, Scottsbluff, Plccounting, VIRGINIH NELSON, Homer, lourn. NFITHLIE NEWCOMER, York, 1'-lrts G Sciences. Pi Beta Phi. LEODH NISPEL, Beatrice, lourn. YWCH. Tau Omega. ha Theta, Ne- HLETHH NITZEL, Hrcher, Home Ec. 4-H Club, Home EC Club, appa Gamma. YWCPL Don Pegler P, Morehead ' B. Morgan L. Moritz P. Mortlock L. Mosid E. Most H. Mozer l. Mudge S. Murry A. Myers C. Myers C. Neal M. Neben l. Nelson M. Nelson V. Nelson N. Newcomer L. Nispel Bette Heckenlivelv A. Nitzol B. Noerenberg A. Noltensmeier M. Nordgren T, Novicki L. Nygren 1 Lila Latham x Marj Olson, Q6 .1 2, fr Q f -.V - Page IU8 Q 1 'C' vs , 'K 9 A 'Q 706 G O'Dell B. Ogden R. O'Hanlon L. Olmsted I. Olson F. Osborne R. Osborne O'Shea C Ostenberg S. Owen B. Packard B. Paperny I. Pauley D. Pegler V Poster R Peters B Petersen C. Peterson L. Phillip R. Phillips G. Pierce - P. Plum II. Polzkill R. Porter D. Portwood B. Pyles M. Pribbeno A. Proper l "., ' r BETH NOERENBERG: Ithaca, Home Ec. Home EC Club, YWCHI 4-H Club. RRVILLH NOLTENSMEIER, Rapid City, So. Dalc., Qccounting. MQRILYN NORDGREN, Omaha, Home Ec. Chi Omega, YWCFlg University Theater. THRDDEUS NOVICKI, New Haven, Conn., Dent. Xi Psi Phi. LEORPI NYGRENg Concord, Eine Hrts. LYNDON O'DELL, McPaul, Ia., Pharm, Delta Upfsilon, BFIRBHRF-l OGDEN, Lincoln, Iourn. Delta Gamma RUTH O'HRNLONg Blair, Com. Qrts. Kappa Pllpha Theta, Student Foundation. LOIS OLMSTED, Wauneta, Pre-Nurse IUNE OLSON, Kearney, Bus, Hd. FRQNCES OSBORNE, Holdrege, Iourn. Pi Beta Phi, YWCR. ROSE OSBORNE, Omaha, Languages. Sigma Kappa. SHLLY O'SHEFl, Lincoln, Eng. Kappa Pllpha Theta. CLIVE OSTENBERGg Scottsbluff. Fllpha Tau Omega. SUZRNNE OWENg Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Pi Beta Phi. VQLSMAW 1...-..z:.,?7 BETTY PQCKHRD, Lincoln, Speech. Hlpha Omicron Pi. BERNICE PHPERNY, Omaha, Iourn. Sigma Delta Tau. IO PFIULEY, Red Oalc, Ia. Pllpha Chi Omega. DON PEGLER, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Sigma Chi. VIRGINIH PESTER, Flnsley, Elem. Ed. RUTH PETERSg West Point, Diet. Home Ec Club: 4eH Club. BETTE PETERSENg Lake Worth, Fla., Bus. Qd. YWCH. CHHRLES PETERSON, Omaha, Law. Phi Gamma Delta. LOIS PHILLIP, Red Oak, Ia., Eng. Kappa Kappa Gamma. RURH PHILLIPS, Lincoln, Bus. Rd. Towne Club. GLORIH PIERCE, Shelby, Bus. Fld. PEGGY PLUM, Hastings, Health Tech. Pllpha Xi Delta. HELEN POLZKILL, Stapleton, Speech. ' ROBERT PORTERg Hlliance, Engr, Sigma Hlpha Epsilon. DHVID PORTWOOD, Davenport, Dent. Sigma Phi Epsilon. BHRBHRQ PYLES, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Gamma Phi Beta. MQRCHETR PRIBBENO, Imperial, Home Ec. QNN PROPER, Nebraska City, Iourn. .4-f.e,s......,, ,EV COLL QUIGLEY, Omaha, Pre-Med. Kappa Pllpha Theta. I-IFIRRIET QUINN, Gothenburg, Chi Omega. PI-IYLLIS OUINN, Billings, Mont. GENE RHINEY, Omaha, Phys Ed. Beta Theta Pi. LEO RI-IMER, Omaha, Bus. Fld. Phi Gamma Delta. SHIRLEY RRY, Iohnson, Radio. MHRGPIRET RECKEWEY, Hdams, Phys Ed. YWCR. IOI-IN REINHHRD, Lincoln, Sciences. Beta Theta Pi. VIRGINIR REITER, Lincoln, Voice. Sigma Kappa. MFIRIORIE REYNOLDS, Lexington, Soc. Work. Chi Omega IFIYNE ROBERTSON, Cheyenne, Wyo., Bus. Hd. Delta Delta Delta. ELIZHBETH ROBINSON, Blair, Elem. Ed. THOMRS ROCI-IFORD, Colon, Engr. War Council. SYDNEY RODIN, Sioux City, Ia., Psych. Zeta Beta Tau, Univer- sity Singers. RONI-ILD ROSENI-IU, Geneva, Pre-Med. Delta Upsilon, Varsity Band, University Singers. GORDON ROUZE, Imperial, Engr. Phi Gamma Delta. DOLORES RUSE, Plattsmouth, PreeNursing. MRTTI-IEW RUSSEL, Lincoln, Mech, Engr. BHRBFIRH RUSSELL, Wheatland, Speech. SIDNEY SPILZMRN, Plinsworth, Bus. Rd. I-Ilpha Tau Omega. IORN SPINDERS, Lincoln, Rlpha Omicron Pi, ROBERTR SRWYER, Torrington, Wyo., Bus. Rd, Gamma Phi Beta. BETTY SHYLOR, Carleton, Bus. Rd. LOIS SCHREEER, Tekamah, Lab. Tech. DRRRILL SCI-IRRMHNN, North Platte, Math, Phi Gamma Delta. RRY SCHRUMBURG, Lincoln, Voice. Phi Mu Pllpha, University Singers. WILLIRM SCI-IEURICI-I, Imperial, Law. Phi Gamma Delta, ELO SCI-IERPF, Stockham, Bact. Chem. MHRY SCI-IMFILE, Lincoln, Ed. Fllpha Phi. MHRCILE SCHMID, Sabetha, Kans. Pilpha Chi Omega. SHIRLEY SCI-INITTKER, Lincoln, Bus. Rd, Delta Delta Delta. GHYBERT SCHROEDER, Imperial, Law. Phi Gamma Delta. IRCQUELINE SCI-IULTE, Omaha. GLORIH SCI-IULTZT, Stanton, Pre-Nurse. IRNICE SCHWQRTZER, Omaha, Elem. Ed. Pi Beta Phi, Student Foundation, YWCR, Cornhusker, WILLIHM SCHWINCK, Neligh, Engr. ELIZI-IBETH SCOTT, Omaha, Math. Rlpha Phi. Marcile Schmid Joline Van Horne .1 1 l C. Quigley H. Quinn P. Quinn G. Rainey L, Ramer S Ro M. Reckewey I. Reinhard V. Reiter M. Reynolds I. Robertson E. Robii Gene Rainey T. Rochford S. Rodin R. Rosenau G. Rouze D. Ruse M. Rui B. Russell S. Salzman I. Sanders R. Sawyer B. Saylor L. Schc Nancy King Page llfl V I ,jhzhbmllqofcaplfmnallmqenwnmm . "l'lflu2 qlhbwdhfnue PIITIIICIII ISIIIIDIIL, Wahoo, Hrtxa IS Sciences. Kappa Fllpha Theta, YWCIT Studerit Foundation. IUIIII SIIIMIIH, Scfottzshlutl, Flrtzz G Sciences. Illpha Tau Omega. MIlItClII.I,Il SIIVIQIKYN, Schuylm, Iilem Ed Newman Club. VIIfS'I'It 5iIIIICKIII,I'ORIL1, Wriunrrta, Home EC. YWCH CIIIlItI,Il SIII3lI'IItICKg Lincoln, Speech I'IlYI'I SIIIMIIIIIDFI, Wllber, Speech and Dramatics. Orchesiss- YWCH IOIIN SIIIIIIIY, Long Br-rich, Calil, Ptrt. P1 Beta Phi. MIlItY f1IIUIt'I'l.lll'I', Lincoln, Home EC. Gamma Phi Beta, IILICII SIMPSON, Sioux City, la, Buzz. Hd. MITIIIUHY SISCO, Iiurcliarcl, ling Towne Club, Newman Club IRMFI SKLENQR Valparaiso, Bus. Fld. Gamma Phi Beta MHRY SLEMMONS, Scottsbluff, Bus. I5-ld. FIRDITH SMITH, Winner, So. Dak., Bus. Hd. BETTY SMITH, Rapid City, So. Dak., Bus. Hd. CECIL SMITH, Lincoln, Music. Phi Mu Hlphag University Singers IOYCE SMITH, Lexington. Pllpha Chi Omega, YWCH. NFINCY SMITH, Lincoln, Plrts CS- Sciences. Qlpha Omicron Pig University Singers. RICHFIRD SMITH, Osceola, Bus. Hd. Sigma Phi Epsilon, SHIRLEY SMITH, South Sioux City, Health Technician. Delta Delta Delta. 1,0 11... crliarmmin It Zifliriuiiiilmrfy W Sclieurirtli F Schertt M Schmale Scihiiltr' fl flfluiiltgw- I Sfliwartytfzr W. Schwinck II Scott In-f'kv'IImfI If Ilhfirlivk I' Shimorila I Shirey M Shurtlell plvviiirinrmx lt Ilmith It Smith C Smith I Smith l'a114- III M Schmid S.Schn1ttker G Schroeder P Seidil I. Selzer M, Severyn A Simpson M. Sisco I Slclenar N Smith H Smith S. Smith G2 A ,K Q6 -B I , xx is if . ....-. , 3 ., I ldzlfh mme buHation, lwnolm, and Ialmwnlb ' than 1onAioflLelufulc.Q,tlmqhopQtommebacl1lm1m, Jpzflhzqluww ADDI! PHYLLIS SORENSEN, Plmes, Qrts G Sciences. Delta Gamma, YWCQ. MRRION SPLICHRL, Lincoln, Soc. Newman Club, Student Foun- clation. BHRBHRH SPROW, Beatrice, Eng. MQRIHNNE SRE, Dwight, Home Ec. 4-H Club, Home Ec Club. HRDIS STHVR, Rushville, Iourn. LORRHINE STEINBERG, Omaha, Bus. Fld, Sigma Delta Tau. IOHN STEVENSON, Scottsbluff, Rrts G Sciences. Rlpha Tau Omega. MRRILYN STEVENS, McCook, Bus. Hd. Delta Delta Delta. .. M T E T - Mr' ' 52-2 " ' . 1 :i':E':2E'I:Se::: . a,,,t L , aa, , , , l. . l,,. , t fy. 3, QNITH STOLL, Sutherland, Corn. Rrt. IEQNETTE STRHIN, Lincoln, French. Pi Beta Phi. MRRILYN STRONG, Stromsburg, Pre-Med. Pllpha Omicron Pi Nu-Med, Varsity Band, YWCH. RUTH STRYSON, Seward, Home EC. Qlpha Phi. FRHNCES STUFFLEBHUM, Lincoln, Bus. Fld. Gamma Phi Beta, YWCH. IHMES STURM, Nehawka, Rccounting, Ptlpha Gamma Rho. DOROTHY SUNDELL, Wakeleld, Com. Plrts. Ftlpha Omicron Pi. IQNE SUTTON, Valley, Speech. Kappa Ftlpha Theta, Orchesis Student Foundation, Nebraslcan. Eleanor Detweiler Bette Burns 1 I I A P. Sorensen L. Steinberg ' R. Stryson A. Swanson 53 'Q em ni W ..... . . 4 . " S inf' 5:5 "'- M. Splichal B. Sprow M, Srb D. Stalgren A. Stava I. Stevenson M. Stevens A. Stoll I. Strain M. Strong F. Stuttlebam I. Sturm D. Sundell I. Sutton E. Swan George Miller I. Swanson M. Swanson G. Taylor I. Taylor D. Terry Jim Protzman Page 11 I 1 5 . 1 V JT A h Y QQ D. Thomas I. Thomas I. Thompson M, Thompson W. Thompson I. Thorson P. Toot V. Townsend M Tripp B. Trornbla M. Tyner D. Ulrich M. Van Burg B. Vandel B Van Gundy C. Van Home I. Van Horne V. Van Ornam F. Veitzer B. Vesely B. Voss S. Wade D. Wageman B, Waggener D. Wagner E. Wolford D. Wall' A. Wallace ELDONNQ SWFIN, Tecumseh, Flrts 6. Sciences. Hlpha Chi Omega. FIRLIS SWRNSON, Sutton, Radio. Religious Welfare Council, University Theater. IEFINNE SWPINSON, Fremont, Bus. Hd. MFIXINE SWQNSON, Wausa, Rrts CS Sciences. Pre-Nursing. GWENDOLYN TFIYLOR, Pawnee City, Music. Fllpha Phi. IEFIN TFIYLOR, Kearney, Flrts CS Sciences, Delta Gamma, YWCR. DOROTHY TERRY, Wauneta, Home Ec. DEI.. THOMFIS, Newcastle, Wyo., Music. Sigma Qlpha Iota. IESSE THOMRS, Hot Springs, So. Dak., Pre-Med. IEFIN THOMPSON, Wayne, Music. Ftlpha Phi, University Singers. MFIRIORIE THOMPSON, Omaha, Eng. Sigma Kappa. WILLIHM THOMPSONg Red Oak, Ia., Chem, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Cheerleader. IFINICE THORSONg Lincoln, Rrt. Gamma Phi Beta. PRTRICIFI TOOE, Dalton. Gamma Phi Beta VIRGINIH TOWNSEND, Pllbion, Flrts CS Sciences. MFIRY TRIPP, Lincoln, Hrts G Sciences. Qlpha Chi Omega. BILLETTE TROMBLR, Lincoln, Qrts 51 Sciences. Kappa Hlpha Theta. Page ll-3 MHRCIH TYNER, Lincoln. Hlpha Xi Delta, DOROTI-IEP! ULRICH, Steinauer, Pre-Nursing. YWCR. MFIRY VI-IN BURGQ Lincoln. Pi Beta Phi. BETTE VPINDEL, Mitchell, Voc. Ed. Home Ec Club, YWCH BPIRBFIRPI VHN GUNDY, Lincoln, Speech. CFIROLYN VFIN HORNE, Pawnee City, Pre-Nursing. Pllpha Phi. IOLINE VQN HORNE, Omaha, Plrts 5: Sciences. Delta Gamma. VERNON VFIN ORNPlMg Superior, Math. Sigma Chi, FRHNCTS VEITZER, Omaha. Sigma Delta Tau. BRRBRRH VESELY, Bennet, Music. Qlpha Xi Delta, University Orchestra, Lincoln Symphony. BONNIE VOSS, Millard, Bus. Rd. SHIRLEY WHDE, Winside, Pre-Nursing. DONNIE WHGEMPIN, Cheyenne, Wyo., Music. Ptlpha Omicron Pi. BOBBETTE WPIGGONER, Republican City, Bus. Rd. DONNH WFIGNER, Lincoln, Flrts :Sf Sciences. Chi Omega. ELINOR WHLEORD, Ord, Home EC. Home Ec Club, YWCH. DEQN WFILL, Davenport, Eine Hrts. Beta Sigma Psi, QUDREY WFILLFICE, Lincoln, Hrt. Delta Gamma. 14111140 num flwuz. 8ufAomedaqApoJ:!lkzckafAandfuxcAw11l.61fhannly umfoumnn ,undflummll2qalzZQwiUJzniuAnfn9'l.a6fzaAlLa. f B Wallerstedt P. Ward S. Warren M. Way M, West P. Westcott D. Westfall R, Wible D Wilkinson B. Williams N, Williams R, Willman P. Winter N. Witt A, Wittler A. Woli M Wolsleger W. Woolhiser W. Wurtz I. Yeager B. Young W. Young L, Zahn B. Ziettlow BEVERLY WQLLERSTEDT, Oakland, Ed. PHTRICIH WRRD, Crete, Ftccounting. YWCH. SHMUEL WQRRET, Lincoln, Pre-Med. Sigma Nu, Phi Mu Hlphap Sinfonia, Nu-Med. ' MHRY WHY, Decatur, Music. Gamma Phi Beta, University Band Sigma Hlpha Iota. MHBEL WEST, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Sigma Kappa. PI-IYLLIS WESTCOTTp Lincoln, Hrt. Delta Delta Delta. DORIS WESTFRLL, Nebraska City, Bus. Rd. Hlpha Omicron Pi University Band. ROBERT WIBLEg Lincoln, Engr, Sigma Nu. IOSEPHINE WICKHF1My Salem, Pre-Nursing, Nu-Med, YWCH. DORIS WILKINSON, Norman, Bus, Rd. BFIRBHRH WILLIPXMS, Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Kappa Kappa Gamma. NEHL WILLIRMS, Htlanta, Com. Ptrts. RUTH WILLMHNg Hxtell, Iourn. PHTRICIQ WINTER, Hberdeen, So. Dak., Bus. Hd. Delta Gamma. NORMHN WITT, Syracuse, Elec. Engr. Beta Sigma Psi. HRLENE WITTLERg Brock, Com. Hrts. HLBERT WOLF, Columbus, Chem. DEHN WOLF, Rlma, Hgroriomy. Hg. Men's Social Club. MQRGUERITE WOLSLEGER, Snyder, Bus. Hd. WESSONH WOOLI-USER, Mills, Home Ec. WILLIHM WURTZg Eairbury, Engr. IOHN YEHGERg Lincoln, Bus, Hd. Beta Theta Pi. BERNICE YOUNG, Beatrice, Home Ec. YWCFtp Home Ec Club. WILMH YOUNG, Iuniata, Home Ec. Home Ec Clubg YWCFIQ 4-H Club. LORRHINE ZHHNg Syracuse, Hrts G Sciences. BETTY ZIETTLOWg Lincoln, Bus. Hd. Towne Club. MILLIE ZUBER, Hastings, Hrts 61 Sciences, Sigma Delta Taug YWCFL Q I. Wie DJ M. Z Page 114 Wikia 'v A Wa f WZWWEQZ . if mf! ff 1 xxx, ' 1 J ' , , L , 5, ill"1Q fm 41, fx ffl f f -, 'ff"-1fEif.1gwHggwglzaifge - gf 1, f nff, Q",fe,k,'t ,L ,If ,f 5, wg W 'I M. wmv ' ' Zgwwgww f , ,MQ if i 4 W if 2 M M " VH Z ff f D , , aa.- vm.. , ..,...,M J-qu V .?.+..a.,- 9 .- "Q 1 Q A F it " 1 if -iw 9' 'U' 1 1 1 I """1-'vs-,.:jr r k . r ' wlfggl MX NX ,X Qi wx, Rik' M5 Q35 ,f X NNT i -,S ,Studcnf gwwy JLQILQHAQ the 'hy AlwfA'f Jlmq muluz 142. fluz. ,tznwmlu.L and. nom-vawricd fnunal. 111.201, Allaah. flak. WM ' ' HP- UU- 10119- Alldgll elachbn ultuatzbn and ' to gdaapnbzqvucation. fawndnuznzbma LU12, flu. azmpua. dzkzlamats., fha. lad, ,wwduda ofmmpua ,cwldical ' . Five feet :all but not lacking in his knowledge of Parliamentary procedure was E. W. Lantz, amiable advisor of the campus governing body. Buck Row: I. Rotten, R. Collins, R. Leger, G. Dixon, I. Browne H. Vennum Second Row: E. Pumphrey, I, Larsen, I. Abdnor, S. Goldberg, B, Scxkcxyumo, I. Mason Froni Row: M. Gish, B. Mcxrdis, H. Andersen, I. Mcxrtz, I. Krctochvil Page 118 Having u hot discussion over the pos- sibilities of u spring vucution next year ure the executives of Student Council. A moment uf reluxutinn for the "great" politicians who had such ll hurd time setting the full election dute. UFPAIIIICRS IIAROLIJ ANIJIERSICN President JUAN MARTZ Vice-president GLORIA MARIJIS Secretary ' 9 Rlilll Treasurer Page ISLANLIH. GENE DIXUN Elections committee Chairman IHSXTIER SHARP, Budget committee Chuirmun 119 b 'ness at hand The meeting was in order and the usi ' ' ' ' f the Student Health, the was the investigation o ' ' d semester. princip al action of the secon Back Row: K. Arndt, I. Campbell W. Morton, M. Breuer Second Row: L. Opper, M. Engstrom, N. Oltrnan, I. Mason Front Row: M Lee, P. Lahr, E. Lantz, I, Krause ' n Bama! Qukc-Lax, , coffee, lwwmq 'f3lzkkm,.4howA,'janaLflm,umaL ' ' bzfluzmzl-allflwuqht vifvffwffadllfvwld D! fluz'Lbubn Bnufwl dndjuafwad fa.mafhnp.lanA!anaZtmflmwan.' The inevitable Karl Arndt and the amazing Pat Lahr seemed to have fully approved of the great idea Janice Campbell had just expounded. Pane IZU 10 l2l jnundatzbn "Une moluz wmzlf and H11 bn md. " Jluli wud on unhY L' ' uacatzbn wlwz fluz lilile manga bank . Suomi , fha, mmzbnMvffhrz5tudrz1dJnundaf1bn muldqaf an wah .ailwz walt! and ' fldlllm fn "This is your university," is the slogan of the Student Foundation. which makes it their busi- ness to stress the udvuntuges of UN. N Back How. M. Hartsook, I, Sherwood, L. Novotny, P. Raun, M. Neumann Second How: O. Pope, B Mahan, C Marshall, D, Dolezal Front liow S Hinds, N Neumann, l Larsen S Hillmer 111.12 ia flu: ' among nfiqani- 3ntionA, buf H had mofuz ' . . .nr than mul' nflum mzqaiuzgation. 60111 alwazp fmmunbm flu bond audzbn, 'Z'luzn.cc a ' ' "wldflmwruzAluuv, "UH, famed, ' Jfomjf Hashing their ways through college are giggling Curtis Elliott and dynamic Karl Arndt, who were auctioneers and volunteers for the bond auction "Chance of a Life Time." wal: L'nun.cL7 Sixth How: S. Harrison, P. Mack, I. Van Horne, T. Rochford, S. Goldberg, H. Schwamb, E. Briese Fifth Row: E. Knoll, M. Weaver, L. Novotny, B. Davis, E. Chrisienson, H. Freeman Fourth Row: I. Engle, D. Todd, V. Young, A. Phillips B. Griswold, I. McElhaney, L. French Third Row: R. Hoyer, C. Kahoa B. Monigornery, M. Harfsook, M. Neumann, C. Marshall, M. Shuif Second Row: C. Bridenbaugh, M. Greenwood, I. Crosbie, I. Mason, M. Adler, A. Abel, C, Clifton Front Row: C1. McKinsey, M. Abraham, M. Beede, G. Hill, F. Teller, B. Huston, P. Dodge Page 122 Page 123 Back Row: I. Cramer, E. Hamm Second Row: C. Bridenbaugh, M Abraham, B. Held, M. Heim, E. Pumphrey Front Row: H, Mortensen, M. Guthrie, P. Larson, G. Gowen, l. Hathaway, I. Crom 04 fxecutivn Bnalzd JA qcwrzlznbzq bndq nf dq , flu H4 fxacutivr Bawzd 12 Ivlllpdlt- abla to the L'n1maY of ilu: Hg big- wzha wma ,aowm Aecauu nf flu: wan, but they tan mm malahq plana lon to the l7urmer's Fair, hut now they At are marking time until after the war. pa -'wah ' A few years ago Ag Exec Board mem- bers were selling tickets and corsages Zum ia a umm-udirm mlleqr, nailed the fxeacthm Bound which mntabux ' .QA of Ab: ' ' ofzqamgatzbna. Jim .bnwzd plalm palzlciu of the ' ' mllaqxz and mncnnffzatea an lim A.cJufou.a buAjn.o.M of fo Aduw! wan. 5 fxecutivn Bbllltd Buck Row: I. Nishimuri, R. Wallin, L. Anderson Second Row: F. Ishii, I. Sheperdson, B, Scxkoyumc Front Row: I. Busch, H. Freese H. Wahers Typ l f E g e ng students is smiling Jack Busch, caught by the cameraman with the ever- faithful slide-rule in hand. Pg 124 Jan Ili If lffvvf II filimfff I Slim-hrxrllsznn, II Srxszcs, II Busch Imlxl lbw C l.c111'.Z S Mnrlg D Blown 6. .Som g I 1 P . E S 1 z 2 Q S Y R lirxrgk llow S Sluollliorq, D Brown, N Barker, ll Criroy, W, l3rm1,1sC, C Carlson, T Tlxcnlen, ll VP-spvr I'fu nth Ho H MCK x w Onxle, I Icixson, I. Mllln He:rm11nlu.', If Urblrm, C Lcinlli, I'. lslm, II Illsfll 'llmfl Hrvw. S Mmtz, If lloquch H Buxton C. Morcum,4'i' Sluqkcxrx, S, Schwurtpz V. Kerupor, V. QSGCICIIS .,.-wmfl Huw I Nwrxlsz, A 1,111-Ins, H C1rovr1,L bmllh, I Gromv, N Cromwell, O Ihlxson 7 L I1l,mEis1vu ll Wf1ll1u,l l3f1rr1:1h,H Ilre2o:10,I., AYIKIEBIFOII I .ilu-pl1r:nI:.o:1, M Nmh, Il W11llLiffi,I Nlclmmxrn Back Row: I. Selders, I. McElhaney, I. Carlson, B. Griswold Third Row: I... Opper, H. Surber, N. Oltman, M. Kumagai Second Row: P. Mangold, M. Priest, E, Huttenmaier, M. Heim From Row: C. Kepler, M. Kuplic, H. Steam, I. Spellman .Same ,mwpla my they wmnft nf:- bulflmylmallyqnfofown- they lawn iluuh ' br may iuunwzdlnadefuinmmqachbzlq. Jhunwzaflmnmmbima nfflmluuwl I wnfzkbzqd Q H ld Pfexy Hazel Stearn meant business when she rapped the gavel on the table, for an- other meeting of the activity minded B. A. B. W. girls. Page 126 Bda Hammajzyma T '77ZnnzbnMofthLZ813,adhn1wAwzqAnriatqalmp.lad2df0wmtlm uppmhnpmmmvfymqnaahzatbqunbuvfdzgadmueqa. Jlmqwmduwzn nn flmba.uhpfh1yhArlwla1mh1Qu,nwm! rhwuzdm, andbuAbmMa612lZq.flactinmannh,ald1h9'Zo1mmbm Hlld972dlLChDf.2d.Cll1j.2dll. STEPHEN DHNIEL BRIGGS NELTGN GENE ERIESENBORG MQRION LOUISE HOLTZ ERNEST HHRRY LHRSON DORGTHEH MHRGUERITE LEMGN NELDH ETHEL OLTMHN MHRY ELLEN STUHRT MHRY HELEN TI-IOMS phi data Jfappa O ii l!f11hifAnbjadfvpJwnwta 67h1'B.efaJfa,a,ua lam .0xpandndf0wmfhnnAlybzalrhapteAafl0illl2zmand?72afLqio mllnqu all num ilm munlluf. Jim dgtzha 7395 Wlembmaamz alzctedbyflmacfivnLhapteA,f1wmflmuppnlznn2-tenfh1onlm- ukfhnfflmqfzacluafinqdau. I-IRROLD FINDERSEN MRRGHRET ELERNOR RLLRWRY MPIRY LOU BRBST BETTY GRRY NORVRL DORIS PETERSON RERNICE PRINCE HENRY IRMES S. SRLLRCI-I RICI-IRRD SILL BRRBRRP1 IERN STRI-IL IERNNETTE IVIPIE SMITH VIRGINIR. IPIMES TUETE 5140111155 C? dCfiU2m2mb2hAHh22l2LtQdfD5lhmG,XL2dfd.6,ll:dll2d.df9'LQ6AdAfH 1h7X9Znn.lyaftaJnfh2 pu61icativnvfn.u.ealuch1J1aAfandaad 91A nbjadiab muzowzagc nldqzhalneuunrh ROGER WRIGHT BOOM ROBERT ROOD CHRMBERS GLENN LE ROY DOWNEY ROBERT WRRREN GRVINS EDWRRD IOHN HOLSCHER TRTSURR EUGENE KIMURR WILLIHM EDWIN LERVITT GEORGE WRLTER LOOMIS KOTHRI MURHI PRUL EDWHRD MUREIN HENRY IRMES SRLLRCH DRVID HDOLPH SRNDER RICHRRD OLEMENTS SILL IERNNETTE MPIE SMITH ERNEST OTTO THEILEN LILLIHN IRNE WIND HIM Khapw if .jhyq JEAN LARSEN JOAN MARTZ BLANCHE REID JEAN W. REMMENGA UHITA llll,l, Mortar Board President Nehraskan Business Manager Home Economics Association Senior Class President War Council President President VIRGINIA STUERIVIER MARY RUSSEL NATALIE NEUMANN GLORIA MARDIS PAT CHAMBERLIN Student Foundation Treasurer Tassels President Student Foundation President Coed Counselors President Nebraskan Editor I Page 130 Wionialz Bnwxd 'Wlonian Bnultda-the fifteen buaieu ' an the mmpua. Jluuh mnflul buhbn, in wzivumitq, hh, wan, fuz- llmctad D1 all nnqamgatiom. Jlwl wnfuzall nlectndto wlwj who .011 ' folleqm.. Qwzbtq. fluz, .mlm ' The old members of Mortar Board, Joyce Junge, Jane Dalthorp, Catherine Wells, Janet Hemphill, Betty Bonebright, Gertrude Lyons, qw Nancy Raymond, Betty Hohf and president Rachael Lock, smile for . . the cameraman from behind the new initiates. to wzmfltq. qutla., Jmm4m3.noL flue lwn n Auuzm uwmczn and .bllgjdlltbd the auth fltwz Smuv Ball 73. 71? sz.. IRQ' Yr- T' CARNAIIAN ANNE WELLENSIEK FRANCES MCPHERSON MYRA COLBERG HELEN JOHNSON A. W. S. President Y. W. C. A. President W. A. A. President Cornhusker Editor W. A. A. Council PVIQO 131 ,Chfuwmnta CAPTAIN STANLEY M. BREWSTER, Lin- NAVY LT. WILLIAM S. IJEVERAUX. ' ' ' ' ' 4 um dea S tember, coln, 39, died April 20, 1944. Omaha, 3 , was pres ed d ep 1944, after being missing in action since Aug- 5 19 3 ltfndcdicatefhzlxpaqnioflwnrmnnwhnnffawqnanaaqvwpfmilm nufAtandinqmennffhQmmpuA,lvufwhn,whenralledbyfhuhmunf1Lq lqgfflmwzivnlmitqwtdlmcanmfhnnufdandbzqmnnnnflmbaltlafialrla nfflmwozzlzi lU1YhthezhdkpaAfwm,wudalAnflmmIvnfultapp1hq wwrwniu, menh ' ' Abzq, glUli0!l-5,QlI.i0ll Mmm, Apmmofz- bzqof!1LcAhnmnmnunmtion,wzd4ellbzqof!JmalunanrapA. Snmeduq, how.evpJz,wnhn,tzetoA.o.afhamJLefuJzntoflzerampuAwith fhebzlzednnbmandlaalzbzim. 1 f " FAST lunsen '43 was killed LT. CARL W. HARNSBERGER, Lincoln. Ll, ll lllLRl ,. . , , In llulgium, .lunuury lil, FHS. '-ll, wus killed .luly 12. l943. l0llN VV S'l'liWAR'li Lincoln, '42, was LT. ROBERT W'Alll'lAMS, Lincoln, '38, wus Ll. . . , ruported ax Gcrimm prisoner of war, .lanuary reported missing in action January. 1945. 2, l'l-45. ultcr lmving been missing since October lfl. ll?-ll. Jim Sigma phi H . Y , Buck Row: H. emphlll, P. Chamberlin, P. Iohnson, M. Neumann I. Rogers 4, Second Row: B. King, M. Priest, M. Waring, F. Eberle, L, Glotfeliy Front Row' M C lb g M Goodwin, I. Martz, N' M ngshol Jlmtn Smyrna Plzi...!luz lwnofumq wnmud Aolwhitq, waz! flu: bmtzyatolzpffhnmozuzmantto Jmvivn iluzdwgwnn. Jheynnachedfhuhqoal bz77Zam-hwhentlmhumofz madeibxfuz- nnfluzmmpua. .0nZuJu7fhayfwumdtoalzyl1.teAvr.in at!h.uJ'zwuzuaIApJzblqbwzqu.ef. K V v .... ..... -.- 5135 K , 721 1 Drawing up the editorial policy of the new wgwan are the officers of Theta Sig, sponsors the revival. ...gl P 1 Pg 134 qv' lfl.. Pi lambda Jlmta pllDg2AJ.i0 ' ' wmmzn br '11, fluz 071' lambda jluzfn ' pod-wan - ii0ll.Jh.QlylLlD1ll:df0 ' D1- tmeafbz '11, ' Adwlaa- ',andmn 'namonqfluz Whut new iduus are the officers of Pi Lambda Theta trying tn glenn from their fuvorite source, G text hook? I bl Jrzarluzfui fnllnqrz. Back How. K. Schroeder, M. L, Iohnson, A. Brown, A. Wellenslek, V. Greene, D Wlmmrfr 'llixrd How: I. Koleszcxr, I. liotton, M Zieqler, D. Thelsorn, A. Crosby, B. S. Murqolm Second How H. Schulte, P Vermni, O Locmcx, H, Steam, D Dolezal Front Hnw. H. Schwefiker, D. Roesler, I Spellmori, I. Witt, K. Detweller ,Sigma dgtzhagnfa Heralding the joyous Christmas sea- son, are four carolers at the traditional Christmas vespers. Back Row: F. Farnsworih, I. Lock, D. Chamberlin, M. Modlin, M. Way, D. Wagemcm Third Row: I. Pierson, I. Fankhauser, S. Walsh, R. Magion, H. Laird Second Row: B. Albert, A. Kostal, D, Thomas, L. Brill, A. Iacobs Front Row: I, Douthit, M. Horstman, M. Rapp, N. Weir, B. Marauari Smyrna dqzha gnta, .apnlumfm nfnw ' I HC" PM' qxzamfnlzall vmpelmandaf fhnclzhcolndzhfau 97Z0!l0ll:.d wuhtcnwld violbzzhiwaa ' byilznjdgi bnlouhm nnflm Sqmplumy maxim. Page 136 Qnlta Unulrfwn jim nuzmbma of malta Unuklwn, pfw- flddivlldl mzuulr ' , wma flue lruuulc ilvwuqlwuf the af rlubm, , and Jlmq, luzld ' , zz ' mmpm, and an mncofzf. Jun ww: wn1uHh.eq ,wwqfuwm af ,Ulf da MQ liooking over a new arrangement for piano and voice are three talented M 5. a ' ' H Delta O's. Afamp bnnih. Hack How. S Neuthery, E Lebsock, E. Bracken, B. Brecle, L. Woitc T, Boone 'l'h1rf,l How: P. DeBoer, H Ferguson, P, Shelley, A. Heinz, M. Barter, L. Iucohson llrconcl llowi N, Clements, A, Saunders, I. Stuve, I. Rasmussen, V. Zenier, M. Weldin Front How: B Olson, M Nelson, S. Premer, A. Blrdsoll, M. Zleqler, M. lllls Pu IT! V Buck Row: S. Predmore, M. Peck, A. Eckblode, T. Mayne, A. Bromwich Second Row: A. I. Hill, L. A. Wilterdink, D. M. Wulth, D. Dohms, M. Bmdden Front How: D. Peters, C, Filter, B. Payne, C. Trenchord, M. Hcxssel 'wfdwumidwgfwidafpzaqgm wmplagpiavnwu man phi mum, lwnozuuzq .mafia ui thuh Mm ,elm aw. malta Plu ,ewdfamfnuwwuwyi fogww . Phi pula malta Back Row: I. Smith, R. Collins, L. Putney Third Row: B. Mack, M, Russel, L. Mares, D. Block Second Row: B. Brinkman, K. Faulkner, D. Dolezal Front Row: A. Gcrrver, N. Nickerson, G. Mcxrdis Page Umicfwn M Back Raw: E. Christensen, M, Lentz, E. Walsh Front How: F. Howell, M. Newman, L. Haskins phi upmm amwwn and Ummm 'nu ww the Www pg Afllbldhdlllp, ' and A.2lllll:CQ. n ' ' along ilu: lbw, they lwnolmd the hm ' in Pfmf: lfl'l Back How: M. Holtzscherer, M. Rivett, V. Pollard, H. Freeman, P. Larson Second Row: L. Haskins, M Bragg, L. Nelson, L. Ramig, H. Shepherd Front How E. Pumphrey, R Helm, F. Howell, M. Newman, B, Reid PIU' ' n Umidwn .7 Filing into the stands after the pre- game Home-coming ceremony are the stalwarts of Nebraska spirit. The leaders of Nebraska's sales-girls seem to be quite satisfied with the re- ports of the present campaign. Pep, vitality and beauty are the quali- fications to be met by Pep Queen candidat . A es ,ny one of these would fill the bill. Page 140 qv 141 Bock Now' M Squnresz, M Weaver, G Peters, M Mlchelsen, M. Behm l, Carlson, K, Brickell, H. Collins, C. Kchorl, V, Demel Vllth How: V Clmxlqmssl, C. Wrlqht, ll Lrlszhlnsky, D Ehlers, P. 'l'erhune, V, McDonald, M. Wullosky, M. lolxnson, B Horton Vrmrtlm How ll Hoyer, D Mustxn, L Opper D Gross, ll, Kenlopp, M Cox, K Schoecher, C Kepler 'l'l11r4l How l Hlll, M Shull, I Scolt, B. Emerson, B Huston, M Alberly, I. Crom, B, Stehllc S1-cmrrl How M llnqsztrom, A lille, M Greenwood, L Metheny, S Frledly, M. Abraham, O Pope Front Hrww G M1-Kmscy If Drxskovsky, S Pope L. Glotlelty, M Russel, H lohnson, D. Ccress, M. Holtrzschervr jhmnwmlha '9zahlwzh" ' -thzqafmilm of f ' uzctlbnand an wilhpapplud- .ev ' m ' to the bon!! 4011 wuz lonluhq af. funny Ld theqgdlhbnnfluwtdqzbn flu: tolauq wan . Jlmqadl mfluz '7aMn.lA" anddaaqondjobnfwhatwmlheq . . M 5. Bnahd Back Row: M. Cox, M. Holtzscherer, M. Holtz, I. Tyler, M. Iohnson Second How: C. Ke ler H. St Cv. H'll E. K ll A. Ab l p , earn, 1 , no , e Front Row: M. Phillips N Neumann, D. Carnahan, M, Mcttoon damn!! pazfl-12 the motto nffluz d0LSbnwuL which Mind to heap the mah an the Afluulghf and mvuww Un fha muh, they Apommfuzdthe .glly may Amwfulg Ainq and the annual all-401.1 'Zimd Jnlliu. " With solemn faces and icy stares A. W. S. Board members review the case of the unseen offender. Page 142 'I fared Knummlon nam Bock Row, F. Howell, B. Griswold, V, McDonald, D. Curess S d R B. Bibcx, M. Alberty E. Bricker SCOI1 Front How B what the well dressed college will wcnr, ns shown at the annual Coed-Counselor friendship dinne Montgomery, G. Mcxr 5 cl , S. Pope Una, a. yeah. fmzd, L'nunA.eloM, hold, 'Wumq 6'ulu1ival"wlmn iduu, Lzuvzda wdnazhqolhfbzqmzdmmyplmhm abanq-uptbna. Bufdzh br flue fall when limb: job of gud!- lzfammu up. ia, fqw a yawn: fig I if Jim qjltflcabbmfhadflmblzabuionmvf fluupzaliwluznfhny fluz,6allJwlEnq fmilm " peacem . Jlmbt no "n,qfwupA,,w tea4,,umL u ' um' afgamsmuhazaupfwdm mum paldbzflfplivm ofa!! wnmen. Anne Wellensiek and Peggy Larson have just completed plans for a new activity. The two master-minds of the YW, "fi df r, Back Row: G. McKinsey, G. Mardis, M. Neumann, M, L, Holtz, S, Hillmer, H, Pairick, S, Pope I. Engle Third Row: M. Yamcshiic, S. A. Hinds, P. Larson, M. Holtzscherer, I. L. Tyler, M. Alden, M. L. Iohnson Second Row: M. McKee L. Klein, B. Stahl, M. Adler, H. Laird, G. Hill Front Row: A, Abel, B. Hinrichs, A. Wellensiek, I. Whedon, M. A. Maitoon, H. Steam Page 144 H4 www cn-wwf Entertaining? Yes, Ghita Hill had the pc sh l'2 'tllgltrat S C llllflf' OW In WI I BU l C h an pt 1 g' d' g r th H A ng f the 1 re s d n Bock Row: L. Opper, M, Rlveti, F. Howell, G. Gowen owl , Bobbitt, M, Grlflin, C. Kepler, M. Kumogoi : . Taylor, L. Burbank, P. Larson, E. Pumphrey S d R V Front How M ag fyw mmm: gamma flu: Amman umwmwmmwgmmpwluw- wgmnmuwrugfuduugfmuuundaf- qatu, who mdnn 04 3011 flwh nwn, m.2m61zM. they. lmld, mwn, waluxluh. wwjcn, and zwund, fabla ddmuaubna, to ,wwmote 1uz.lzyLbuA ff . . . dndhrzfm L4 111.07945 fn Uhaiqouhc lonluhqafwaa Dull goal Leaving the engravers after a hard afternoon's work, Myra Colberg, editor-in-chief, seems to be pretty happy about the outcome. Joyce Crosbie and Alice Abel, the two managing edit-ors, check over one of those ever present lists. Page 145 Contracts, lay-outs, and stacks of letters decorate Charlotte Hill's desk. She's the gul who kept us out of the red. IU It looks like the last day of the month for the business ollice. They :nude il lot of noise hut they got their work done. Hedy Schultz gets the spotlight instead of her drawings. As staff artist she put the finishing touches to the book. Everyday the staff made good use of the freshman workers who came down for those precious merits. "Bobbie" Emerson, in charge of the society sec- tion, with members of her staff, Barbara Klock, .lan Campbell, Colleen Kohoa. and Virginia Campen glance through old yearbooks, to see how the social outlook has changed from past years. 071211 , mvzfuzd nanny buh of the , pwnflmadmanm of laqoutA,nnd4o1uzmadfhn.erzm,Zowzh7rmA. Bufxwnn the nwaflmctic nwmanfawmalzurandflmmdranmalltonaonn. Page 148 ,-Kun I'hillips, Surah llurtx. und Nlerrill Shutt spent mum un hour working on the new "llcrocs" section. 'lihclr of mt-n's uauncs uns thu hcstl 'lhrt-u hun' workers llclcu Schrocdcr, Nlnry IJIIIISK' W Nflllllklll amd shadow N I Doug! siuslic. I'x1f+ M Q. t' sou stroll in lookinpf xcry enthu- X S "W'ith Apologies" Les Glotfelty settles down to punch out ll little "item", Uther members of the writing stuff-lh-vcrlx' Marcus, lfthelyn Lashinsky and Lcnorc Silnon-gather around to add that extra hitc. Cards, typcwritcrs. and husy fingers nru put to good use on at busy afternoon. z ,- "The ideal editor" was the title the Nebraskan stall bestowed on first semester editor "PC"-known to others as Pat Cham- herlin. Her greatest inspirations came to her while shuflling around the oflice in her bedroom slippers. FIRST SEMESTER RAG STAFF Editor .....,,i....,,,,...i.. ....,,......, P AT CIIANIHIERIIAIN Managing Editors ...... ....,.. News Editors .,., MARY Icomsia fl00IlWIN HARI1I,Il ANIDIiRSIiN ,.,.LHs GI.lJ'flTHI.'I'X' BET'I'Y Lou Hlrs'roN JANET MAsoN Pln'l,l.ls TMGARIJIQN Society Editor ,,,,,, ,,,,,.o,,,,,, I Iiauaw Goonwm Sports Editor ,,,,.t,t,,,,t, .t.,,t,, D lck Illlsftwfk Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.A,,,....,..,..............., .lo lVIAR'I'Z Assistant Business Managers .,.. lVIlI,llREIl ENczs'mtm I.oRRAlN1a AIIRANISIIN We caught her this time! Jo Martz did a good job of putting out the campus shopping guide. In fact, we think she set a record for collecting ads. i V I Due to the manpower shortage, Mildre Engstrom was found doing the clerical wo: herself. Evidently as Rag business manage she had her salesmanship line down pat ff her -only fault was always having too man ads. Page 150 Page l5l "Come on Andy, let's settle down to business, don't forget there is a deadline on that editorial." Harold Andersen, second semester editor, was caught unawures in his private oflice. Jlmua1mpunnnrh-1uba!a.IZaqafaMmhpnta1umnnawzdh7iamad bmfbzqa 'f ' ' mfluzgb These three were the managing editors of the Rag who screamed for reporters, tried to write headlines, and drank more cokes than anyone in the Nebraskan ollice. For the sake of those who do not know them, they are Lou Huston, Marylouise Goodvwjin and Les Glotfelty. SECOND SEMESTER RAG STAFF Editor ...,......,........,.,.,.. ......... H AROLD ANDERSEN Managing Editors ...,... ....,... L ES GLOTFELTH' BETTY LOU HUSTON News Editors .... ,,....... J ANET MASON PHYI.I.Is TEAGARDEN SHIRLEY JENKINS MARY ALICE CAYwoon Society Editor ......... ......,,..............., B ETTY KING ' ,....... CHUCK PETERSON Sports Editor ...,,......... Business Manager .,.....,......,........... MILDREIJ ENGSTROM Assistant Business Manager .,.. LORRAINE ABRAMSON SHIRLEY STUBEN Circulation Manager ......, ......... J ANET HUTCHINSON The gleams in their eyes must have meant trouble for the editorial staff, for they got what space was left when Shirley Stuben and Lorraine Abramson had drawn up the ad layouts-but kids, don't worry, there would never have been a paper without them. Hashing over the latest parties, picnics, pairings and pinnings were the society editors Bet King and Helen Goodwin. Judging from the big smiles, everything was going along smoothly. Page A luck of sports news und school spirit decreuscd the work of sports editors-Dick llilsuvcr und Chuck Peterson-hut we never hefore realized that it had come to this-solitaire und talking to your hes! girl during business hours. 0 ,' ' mlum by fha n,' and ' to pufnuf qond 7126 onilmA12lc,fha.o.atbnuawmk "Looks like u big scoop" . . . so that was the way these news editors, Shirley Jenkins, ".Iidge" Nluson, Mary Alice Cuywood and Phyllis Teagarden, got their lirst hand information. IJon't worry though, kids, you've heurd about it hy now, if, .i.. Pfzabulc Schomwz 'ZWZZ nahbmdlg known pulalzlcation, Jim Pubic Schonnm, Lx 011. .1 6 Czfimbmlqfs pnide and1by.1my.aalmlznhaAb2mflmumn4ehZcndzZm a:zdrn1Hcnf1HZonf4n,f,Zuhmeauthv'u. Jtiqhlzlmwzquandandawm We caught Dr. Wimberly working on the next edition. lt looks like that article is a good one. As ty dt M E l Schbglidttg mittThP Sh Blau phlhf lwlllf 671:.in.f" 12 nationally Juznownnd publzlcation ndzhdby and newA of 411212-Jzula alumni aim mntabmd bdwmn the mum. Q1- Apitaflmwafttlmnnabmelmahllranmcfhfzvuahwifhaaondmaaagbm. X A R Jack Busch, Robert Coonley, and Bob Schulte ponder the problems of putting out the "Blue Print." Akerson, Martyne Adams, John Albert, Betty Amend, Margaret Barta, Marylouise Bauer, Harold Beck, Fredetta Birdsall, Anne Bishop, llene Boone, Twila Bracken, Eunice Bradden, Marion Breck, Brennie Brill, Florence Bush, Richard Campbell, Henry Chamberlin, Doris Clements, Norma Compton, Bonnie DeBoer, Pauline Doran, Jean Douthit, Janet Eckblade, Annette Elk, Marjorie iii, - is . it Fankhauscr, Joan Farnsworth, Frances Felter, Charlotte Fischer, Phyllis Green, Thomas Hardy, John Hassel, Marie Heinz, Arleen Hill, Ara Horstman, Marjory Jacobs, Annette Jacobson, Lila Johnson, Roy Kelley, Borla King, Jacqueline Kvostal, Arlene Laird, Helen Lebsack, Elaine , Leger, Russell Linke, Marjorie Lock, Jean Laugh, Elise Magim, Rita Marquart, Betty May, Lynn Mayne, Thera Modlin, Margaret Morpheni, Mary Neathery, Mary Nekez, James Nelson, Marilyn Norman, Ruth Olson, Barbara Payne, Dean Peck, Marian Peck, Carol Peters, Donna Peterson, Mary Pierce, Lela Pierson, Jean Poe, Dorothy Predmore, Sybil Premer, Shirley Rapp, Marion Ray, Jacquelyn Rasmussen, Jacqu Reaser, Donna Reed, Bob Reiter, Virginia Saunders, Alice elyn Schaumburg, Ray Scott, Shirley Shelley, Margaret Smith, Cecil Steinhausen, Opal Stone, Maxine Stuve, Joyce Taylor, Dorothy Taylor, Gwendolyn Thomas, Del Todenhoft, Charles Trenchard, Catherine Vesely, Barbara Wageman, Donnie Walsh, Shirley Walth, Doris Way, Mary Way, Ruth Weldin, Maxine Wilterdink, Laura Woita, Lorraine Zajicek, Bernice Zenier, Vesta Ziegler, Mary Page 156 'lbulwmitq 5l7l49JU llr. Westbrook sits one out durmg a stuff re- learsul. This is a very unusual pose for our hav: mnbul buied nwfuz bwultomm and tennu fntlu2A.e1uuIcnfhanmzynfhnA4Anup, buf if Ati!! fuzmabm an nxcellenf dwfuu. ffwzq 6,lllLl:dfllldA Aman ilmqheltz to 411012 fha pmlninmnu pf Zfandda' "'l7Zwuuh' " and the fluuhinzaa Kcuwluzwiceundmiluz able lmdazulukz of mm-tam dfdluuz 5 Mutbzwnlz. Band Jnaiball Hamm wnuldnl' by ro wdlwuf ffm Uwuuftq Bwziundmfhnbafvnof Qzmaldfi lenfg. in 111.0192 and mmm ' , fanxecuta ' ' and Adams, John Allen, Len Anderson, Sylvia Apaulding, Ronald Ayres, Delphine Bailey, Samuel Bartek, Gordon Bauer, Tom Bauer, Harold Bauman, Donald Binkerd, James Blomstrom, Dale Boon, Twila Bromwich, Ava Brown, Lois Bunnett, Maredith Burt, John Camp, Mary Lou Chalaupke, Marilyn Chard, Robert Cooke Dahl, Donna Denison, Marilyn Diers, Catherine Dowler, Elizabeth Dyer, Earl Eckblade, Annette Ede Evans, Robert Farr, Lois Fankhauser, Joan Fischer, Irma Franklin, Marvin Fredrickson, Phil Freisenburg, Nelton Fristo, Evan Gaddis, Vaughn Gard, Grant Gardner, Marian Gordon, Alvin Graham, Betty Greer, Bernice Hansen, Georgialee Hanson, Don Hardy, John Harris, Betty Hayes, Kathleen Jacobsen, Lela Mae Kaubek, Raymond Kehn, Imogene Kelsey, Ray Kiechel, Betty Killian, Jack King, Burton King, Jacqueline Kjelson, Lee Lawson, Edwin Lehl, Eugene Levi, Donald Lind Lowery, Dorothy McCord, Mary McMurray, Mavis Maple, Marion Marquart, Betty May, Altha Meyer, Bob Miller, Millicent Modlin, Margaret Morken, Eunice Moss, Rodney Nickerson, Martha Painter, Carl Pech, Marilyn Pratt, Gene Proper, Ann Marie Reed, Robert Rierman, Waldean Rosenau, Ronald Row, Merwyn Scholtz, Raymond Seaton, Sterling Shapham, Jean Sittler, Dale Smith, Ruth Marie Snell, Esther Sneed, Leota Srb, JoAnn Srb, Rudy Stapleton, Mary States, Terry Stone, Maxine Stone, Richard Strong Swanson, Wallace Taylor, Gwen xzfy 28' f at i. S we W M i .. - Director Don Lentz knows UN's yardlines just as well as the football players. We all know those complicated formations are planned with a lot of thought. Thomas, Del Thomsen, Charles Way, Mary Jean Way, Ruth Westfall, Doris Whittler, Arlene Whittler, Dean Wirth, Lois Wolfe, Robert Wurtz, William Zenier, Vesta Zimmermann, Karl Page 158 U. .0 Juudaqniqldaf 2001112 junple Jzmoundedwzlh ' vfnwwby Bmzflwzmn, Bark, and Hlzahma by tim 'Mlubrzlmzly 0 down-bra! by 'Wlilaa 0 . ' vfiluz xpzm waa Beverly Barker Ardvcc Butt llurold Butler lfredetta Bick Ruth Bicknell liunice Bracken Carroll Brown Ilretchen Burnham Richard Bush Bonnie Compton Shirley Compton Doris Chamberlin .lohn Davis Tom Dewey .lunct Douthit Annette lfckblade M i ldrcd lingst rom uwngau MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA QMary Alice Ziegler-Concertmistressl Florence Fickler Phyllis Fischer Arleen Gray Thomas Green .lohn Hardy Barbara Kelley .lack Killion Olive l,ehmer Frank l,oeHcl Rodney Maas Elizabeth McHenry Margaret Modlin Beverly Murray .lames Nehey Ruth Owen Marian Pack Mary Peterson Albert Reddish Myron Roberts Alice Saunders .lean Shapland Lcota Sneed Margaret Stacey Opal Steinhausen Maxine Stone Beverly Swartwood Dorothy Taylor Sidney Timmermun Barbara Veselv .lames Welch Maxine Weldin Laura Wilterdink James Worcester William Wurtz fzuwmai, pww I t e scene in Wingless V t Fl B t d pl 's her dramatic talent h F1 t p cl t tUN I th ly f h Gerry McKinsey b g f the J f th pl ' to a climax wmqzw vida-U, 'Zl1ubuu1Zg,ahq.umleaumdflmDzh2mAmzd,a1dnnpairdZiuntb1m4 dwzinqflmxpzalztopnnduaz ,7heq::allvd,7nmplcil1.uh home Jhaqpldnnnvmzqflzinqfvmm mmndytofAaqedqnndnvnnAunw1dflmAcuwzybzflwldofflmuf2A offlmaudzicnm. Pg 160 Skzhoidwzjmth Gayly colored costumes add a touch of joyfulness to a riotous carnival scene. Page 161 THE WINGLESS VICTORY The University Theater opened an outstanding sea- son with Maxwell Qnderson's "The Wingless Vic- tory," a tragedy dealing 'with racial problems as presented in the l8UU's, Most of the cast, comprised of newcomers to the University Theater, revealed the stage poise of vet- erans. The sincere performance of Gloria Beaumont as the Princess Oparra, supported by Gerry Mc- Kinsey as Mrs. McQueston and Harold Marer as Nathaniel, wrung tears from the audience. PHPQ IS PILL "Is it falling weather out?" "Look yourself the win- dow out onct and see for yourself if it's falling weather out," In case you are wondering, this is a sample of the dialect used throughout the play "Papa is Qllf' N ii? Q 'Qt' P "Mi Fortune tellers in any age add a touch of mys- ticism and anxiety to the waiting customers. The cadence of this dialect added much to the humor of the production, but presented innumer- able difficulties to the actors. Carl Ziegler, depicting "Papa," plus an able supporting cast including Virginia Eberly as "Mama," portrayed the typical Dutchman in an hilarious production. Even its sad moments were designed for laughs, not tears. SKIN OF OUR TEETH Noisy shoutsl Screaming sirensl The roar of thunder and flashing of lighningl Hll these factors and many more were employed in the crashing climax of "Skin of Our Teeth." The play moved along at a frenzied pace, and the electric air inspired by enthusiastic actors sprung from the stage into the hearts of the spectators. Don Kline effectively held the audience in surprise in the powerful, intense scene of hunter and hunted, in the Pulitzer prize winning play by Thornton Wilder. wmitqm Bock Row: T, Sorensen, I. Epstein, B. Miller, B. Roberts, R. Coonley, R. Wilkins Third Row: R. Gillcm, G. Grsthe, M. Evnen, B. Holcomb, D. Kline Second Row: V. DeForest, B. Horton, A. Smith, M. Holcomb Front Row: Prof. Lccxse, A. Wellensiek, I. Kinnie, M. Muttoon, G. McKinsey Jl1.anmm.6.oMvfllmUnJwZq0n6ata A4llddHh.0.dflJ.MllfA known aa mm- PMA 'ZJuu2m'f cffurznflwuqhfluzndda wma M In and nfhm wifhallilm fhdipufycm. With the enthusiastic support of "Doc" Laase, the debate team reached new heights this year. Page 162 Wlebnaalaah did ,. , .. . .... Dwight Kirsch, head of the Art department, admires Walter Houmere's self-portrait which was a unique piece of chromium plated bronze. Srwmalnufatandbrq nxhzlihbm wmwifeabmedat 'l7Zo1uzill2lallflm pad yeah bmcludbzq Jim 5210-up .slwwofnoted 'flojluulaaafmtiafa lo!- Iownd by the Jlbmcoln dahhla' Budd ,State Show. Jim man! notable ml- ledcbnnfflmqaan waa ilm 'flablzaalca dnt duaczkztlbni 55111 dlllludf fxhibzhbn of 60llfUllp0ltdlUj dldwlulch dahplaqadalwnanlfabla roller- hbn vfmntemppzwuaq azzhlm. i of Wnbnmka Knlduzum flwfnhheum. lcfnffmazpmzdfluwuqh AnnwtouabaAketball4amm,L0zafffhn,tz2aca.mftZene1zLview vzhzlbzqmlcbnzhhawzdudbnuafdwmunnzhamplafflonn. , Caught in a not-so-at 'c scene, "Lew" looks over the ever present b g t in the Coliseum office. dlzuaq.aJmadqtolandaho.4ainqhannLdlQZcwnndnw- Aki known zu '2Z2w" an the mmpiu, mashed Luth Inntball and bzuknfball hzanm. Jafwuzn athldrz at '7Lab1uuAa,lmw1u nppabztedffmdwmnmachmzd and muubfnnt baakntball mach. mllllblq flu: wal: y.eaJm,nAartbzqath.lozhkdih,edo1z 'ilzwnia doinqn Jnntball FGOTBQLL SCORES MINNESOTI31 39 ........... ,..A ,,,, INDIHNH 54 ,,......... ,. w,,. KHNSHS 20 ,V ..... NEBRHSKQ 24 ,,......., V,,,,,,,, IOWH U 27 ,,.V.. ,,,, w,,.,,,,, IOWP1 STPITE 19 ..,.,,.,. .......,. NEBRHSKP1 35 ,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,A, OKLPIHOMH 31 ,. NEBRQSKH U NEBRQSKH O NEBRPISKH 0 MISSOURI 20 NEBRHSKH 6 NEBRHSKP1 6 KHNSQS STQTE O NEBRHSKI31 12 Pug 166 The Gophers aren't up to their usual form as a Husker races for the goal line. in 39-Wlabnaakn 0 Minnesota's annual football game with Nebraska developed into a question of how many points the Gophers Wanted to score on their youthful and badly outmanned rivals. The Gophers got 33 points for themselves in an impressive first half ,but settled for six in the second as they became quite charit- able and gave the home team a 39 to U decision as 21,876 spectators looked on. For Nebraska, Bill Betz was the most effective ground gainer, but Ioe Kessler was more valuable because he made so many tackles on the defense. Ken Hollins li gmva 'blniumuzlq 27- 'llebzuzakn 6 Nebraska had to go 55 minutes of the ball game Without scoring. Ed Gradoville and lack Dedrick started the Husker drive as Dedrick took the pass from l6 year old Gradoville for 52 yards. Then Bill Perdew connected with Doug Nelson for an addi- tional 25 yards that set the Huskers right in front of the portals to paydirt. Kessler carried the mail to make the Nebraska touchdown Nelson Smith carried the Iowa burden, scoring three of the Hawkeye touchdowns. lim Hansen, former Husker, Ken Rose, and Kersten were other stars. V S filvjzuuka 35-Jfamwu State 0 Hn alert crew of young Cornhuskers humiliated K. State by a score of 35, -to U on a field soaked with rain and later covered with snow. Touchdowns were scored by Selzer, Betz, Hollins, Perdew, and Kessler. H safety was scored when Doyle and Koe- nig broke through to block the K. State punt, knock- ing the ball out of the end zone. Doyle stood out on defensep Kessler, Knight, Selzer, and Betz on offense. Jack Selzer Fred Lorenz Doug Nelson ,Gown State 79-'7I.cblzaM'n 6 Gene Phelps led Cyclones to 19 to 6 victory over Huskers by scoring three touchdowns. Outstanding for the Huskers were Keith Doyle on defense, and lack Selzer and Dick Lamberty on offense. Ne- braska's only score came when Ioe Kessler drove through lowa's secondary, evaded several other would be tacklers, and raced over the goal line standing up. Kasdan's injury in the first quarter along with the absence of Callopy, Knight, and Hazard, all first stringers, affected the Husker's offensive strength. Uklalwma 37- 'fleblzaaka 12 The Sooners clinched the game with a brilliant sec- ond period offensive that netted them three touch- downs and gave them a 25 to O half-time lead. Nebraska rallied in the last half, outscoring their rivals 12 to 6 in a belated fourth period rally. Kess- ler and Callopy took scoring honors for the day, but much more offensive power was given by Hol- lins. Doyle and Callopy played their usual fine game on defense. Page 168 l - f , ' , 4 l - ,iff M 'i ff A its 3 " , I ff is 1 i ' I H ' . L, '- """ A., " I W ' ' ' .flndzana 54-'flcbfuuka 0 EV ,af N ' W W it VAV. i Scoring as they wished, lndianas Hoosiers ' ff i ' defeated Uni. ot Nebr. 54-U. lt was one ot the llyh. MPS john J,,l,,,S,,n Hd Gmdmine worst defeats in 54 years of football. Outstand- ing run of the game was Doug Nelson's 55 yd. run. Colerick and Selzer also stood out in tlie Cornhuskers futile attempt against lndiana. v.,,,,. im This Hoosier as he looks hopefully for a receiver is meeting competition by swarming Huskers. Wlabfwuka 24-Whlmoufu' 20 Nebraska won its biggest game of the l944 season by upsetting a heavily-favored Mis- souri team 24-20 before 8,000 hysterical fans. Chick Knight opened the Husker scoring by a reverse around left end. The second touch- down came when Lamberty sprinted far down field into the midst of the Tiger secondary. Gradoville cocked and fired. Lamberty leaped high, clutched the pigskin, and plunged the remaining three yards for a touchdown. Selzer was instrumental in the third touch- down by returning Missouri's kickoff 62 yards. Lamberty then rambled l2 yards on a lateral to the Missouri nine. Selzer then passed to Betz for the third touchdown. Ken Dermann, a substitute Husker guard, intercepted a Mis- souri pass on the Husker 45 and ran to Mis- souri's four. Callopy plunged over left guard for two yards and then found another hole through the center for the remaining two yards and the fourth touchdown. At the Homecoming game, Mizzou makes a flying tackle as Nebraska tries once again. Bill Berquist Bill Betz Jack Bryant Page 170 20-'I'Zn61zaAlm 0 For the first time since l896 Kansas defeated Ne- braska on their home field. Hollins, Selzer and Doyle starred with Selzer showing bright. Doyle was exceptionally alert on defense and was usually in on every tackle. The ref steps back as the Huskers race on to victory. lf "-' Winton Buckley Lyle Cnlerick .lack lledrick Ken Dormann Vrlqf- W1 agmslmtball Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska, Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska State University ot lowa University ot Minnesota Kansas State College, Pentathlon Uni. ot Mexico University ot lllinois lncliana University University ot Oklahoma lowa State College University ot Kansas, University ot Oklahoma Navy Plir Tech. Train. Center Kansas State College Navy Pre-Flight School University ot Missouri University ol Kansas, University ot Missouri lowa State College Navy Pre-Flight School Kansas State College In u breath taking play Br h Hum shook for a score mari 11'f'I1' 111'111l11f1 11f111"11 1111111111 111111-1'11 'l'l11: Iilucjuckcts 12111: thc Huskcrs 11n11tl1cr iIIlX1UllS 11111111c11t. 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Slnwa 50 Wlebnuka 38 The Huskers lost their second Hia Six frame to lowa State lanuary 0 by a :score of 50 to 30. Most of Ne braskas downfall was contributed to sloppy passzina thouah the fact that the lluskors werent hittina the basket in the best form also held its 'limo' iefuutq' 67 fflebzuulm 45 llusker caaers opened their 1044 45 basketball :season by droppina a thrillina E116-1 count to lowas Hawk eyes at Nebraska, December 16, 1944. Nebraskans startled lowa fans in turnina out a pleasant brand of basketball aaainst a hiahly rated lowa team. ' tn 55 Wlabfmalaa 54 Qrnie Lehrmans two charity tosses under presssure in the last minute of an overtime period aave the Colden Gophers of Minnesota a 55 to 54 nod over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the torrid battle at the coliseum, December 22. 'fbzlmaalfa 54 fum: pg ' ao Witli 17-yearrold Bob Hahn leading the scorina parade with nine field cg o a 1 s, Nebraskas Cornhuskers broke a streak of three straight def feats by wallopina Pentathlon of the University of Mexico, 54 to 43, Def cember 27 at the Coliseum. 9110111111 77 'flalmadza 39 The University cf lllinois "Whiz Kids" had little trouble winning their fifth aame in six starts December 29, at Champaian as they rolled over the Huskers of Nebraska 77 to 39. gndkuuz 65 '7LabfLaAlca 42 Coach Harry Good used his lndians regularly only 10 minutes December 30, at Bloominaton, as the Hoosiers trounced Nebraskas youthful base ketball team E35 to 42, The Corn- huskers, off in front on center Ken Hollins free toss in the openina mln- utes, battled the Hoosiers or even terms thru the first five minutes, From that point Nebraska was helpf 'mduwwu' 47 Wlebzuuka 47 Cn February 3 the Nebraska Corn' huskers lost a hard fouaht battle to the Missouri Tiaers 47 to 41 The boys from UN stretched into an 18 to ll lead midway in the first half only to be overtaken by t1'e one hand set and pivot shots by Weir State 55 fybbllddkd 47 Kansas State snufled out a belated Nebraska rally in the second period to hand the Cornhuskers a 55 to 47 count lesson in tho seasons finale at the N, U, Coliseum, February 24. less, and Bauer, Jzmrk Weir and Kratz look at the Bill Lyda trophy of which Kratz is a possible winner. Kratz has already won two legs toward the trophy and if he wins again next year the trophy will be his personal possession. 'Wliupxurj 54-9'la.6Juulta 29 Bill Bangert ol Missouri set a new meet record ot 51 ft. 91f4 in. in the shot put as the University of Missouri defeated the University ot Nebraska 54 to 29 on February 10, 1945. Outstanding performers tor Nebraska were Norva1 Barker, who Won both hurdle races, Dean Kratz, Cornhusker middle distance champ, Won the 440 yard dash but tell in the half mile, recov- ering only in time to finish second, and Dick Miller who Won the pole vault. Dean Kratz who has already won the indoor 440 and 880 is expected to re- peat in the outdoor Big Six meet this spring. Ukhhoma 5 7- Wlelmaaka 42 Oklahomas track team beat the seven-man squad ot the University of Nebraska 57-42 in a dual meet at Norman, Oklahoma February 17, 1945, Dean Kratz ot Nebraska, Big Six indoor 440 and 880 defending champion won his two specialties easily. Norval Barker, Nebraska, was high scorer with 13 points as he won the low and high hurdles. Page 176 .QQ orxll lur is sccn lncrc cluurimf ull form. llnrkcr won 1 'll :ml low llllftllli rum-x. Pcdcril, freslmmn hopeful kts x mighty heme. Wur umm lll ' 5 strongly on lledcrlt lftpr losmg, l lins to the scrxlcu. 'Vlalmaaka 57- 42 lv f'wrr1l1111'lcr'r'1fscfwrirmrq lJ11IkClf7Il IkCf2l1IVIOH llxcr Willa l. r f ,, ,, ' Km!" Nobrrxzslccl I L A-llfmlrlfrrza ol f1lf7Cl'1Y lbcrfm rfywilm, ., wry! mlm ll" mullfml llllllllflll Col tllo mdoor track X fxlmf llxr Krm fl lflyll IVl" 'ul tau fl? 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' iff 'gift y ., l avi ,,.' : 5? . V X - K ., .,,, -.R " ' 2' " ' W s 'ff' 5 A "' ., . 'VH .- 3. 1, ' , S .P ""' 1 . it A - if - -. .... Q , U - -f-- t i HSMRS-lx ..,x .,... ' -'-'- I-' A 35 1-1 N ' . . '-- - - - . . .,,. : ..,,.., -. 1 .,.. 5 'ff 'R V s fgw- .. .... 'rs'-' -'-' 2 ..., . iilz tti' S he , " 13: -m'ff.mx,1, m.:s.:i:..fL Q "'-: M: '-'-' -'-' 1 "" - '---' fx The above picture is a shot from the Seahawk-Supen bomber game which the Seahawks won 13-6. Vic Schleich, former Nebraska grid star, played a bang up game for the Seahawks. Jnnflvall ,Gown .Sen Jlawka 72- nmbma 6 Superbomber dreams of flying thru an unde' feated season to a possible bowl bid were dunked by the lowa Seahawks before 29,000 rabid football fans who packed Nebraska's Memorial stadium to near capacity on October 7, l944, when the Pre-Flight navy school fought the airmen off their feet to win, l2 to 6, in one of the major upsets of the year. Vic Schleich, the ex-Cornhusker, played a whale of a game at tackle, His tackle on Dobbs for 14 yards loss in the fourth period cut short a Bomber rally and forced a punt at an important time in the ball game. du: JDALQ Before the usual capacity crowd, "Goose" Tatum stars against the Hastings Naval Depot. Tatum formerly played with the Harlem Globe Trotters. z8a.4lmt.6alI Jawa any 65- ' mms ln one of the roughest basketball games seen in the Coliseum in many years, the Wings of Lin- coln Hrmy Hir Field outclassed a determined Hastings Naval Hmmunition Depot five lanuary 3 to the tune of 65-28. With the score 46-18 in the last quarter in the Wings favor, Coach Hall took out the last of the regulars and the local soldiers finished the game With five reserves in the lineup. Page 178 ylltlllf 97Zwwfu2zlf7lall X-..,,.-0. 'N xfx lcfnnmnh ' ukzhbn nun.a7 Back Row: N. Hcxgberg, M. Holtzscherer, F. Bleick, H. Iohnson From Row: F. Freeman, I. Whedon, M. McPherson, L. Glotfeliy .d. Spam Bound Back Row: M. Mitchell, L. Novotny, F. Bleick, M. Wcllasky Second Row: B. Horton, B. Boyd, E. Wcxy Front Row: A. Doudncx, H. Iohnson, M. Knox, I. Gibson Page l8U Pcqo 181 Back Row: B. Douglass, D. Todd, M, Preston, V. Ccywood, I. Brown Second How: D. Lowery, K Legqe, G. Page, I, Scott, A. Acxsen F nt llow' D. Eilers, I, Bowers, I. Whedon, I. Anderson F Eberle Jlnfdoga, month-old pxzanuta, badkaf- balL My-outa, -lwluma,-you. name It flmqbn 401 11-at Haan! Cdnnmnfs dfldoiic dzmnuhtcbn. Maul:- inq to keep up wzlfh the pam uf by abln 'l71r69lwz4on, C01 d Q wzmhzlm ' luuvknd juni Aupmuimd habla-mwzal qamu, and aa. Here's the gal that sets the organization rolling. This bow and arrow looks all right, but you should see her with u tennis racquet. .QA Somanm, Almielu, mum, ww: uup, duwm wzdnoifmbzgnnmalrhan- n1ie1uQg.edilmbzflza-nLulzal4amnAfh1Qs1paaA,aA.evmq yawn. by QL Q d,wnm.enZ n1z4amQg,adq1wup4nnflznicampuAmnzpated Apnfahfbzompbzqpnnqtougtball 'l7ZuAzlaAmmplainedloudh1nAjmnandp.laid-AhDdlmdcrImdm1dA Athletic minded coeds show their ability at Nebraska Ball. Dressed in gym suits they lose all dignity and go in for the game wholeheartedly. it , xg XXX N iw, Q ' ge, e . X S 5 "Take it," yells Shirts to Kruusic us they exert their tender muscles playing Nebraska Ball. Cclnmanb ,Unbia- SOCCFR BPlSlfBPll.L BQSKETBHLL Winner, Hlpha Xi Delta Winner, Rasa Bautan Runner-up, Kappa Kappa Gamma Riinnerfiip, Barbs NFBRQSKQ Blllll, VOLLEYBQLL Winner, Gamma Plii Beta Winner, Hlplia Omicran Pi Hiinnerfup, Della Gamma Runner-up, Delta Gamma phi flu' Jim Back Row: D, Martens, W. Haskins, I. Tyler I. Dougan, M, Schomaker, I. Campbell, F. Koppert Fifth Row: M. Stuart, M. Dishman, L. Wirth, M, Thoms, T. Ormesher, D. Duncan, P. Welsh, D. Peterson Fourth Row: S. Ienkins, S. Hinds, M. Phillips, B. Emerson, I. Scott, I. Kerb, C. Clark Third Row: L. Hansen, I. Eagleton E. Garion, B. Lysinger, I, Herndon, M. Hanson Second Row: P. Gilligan, E. Lennemann, B, Baldwin, M. Reese, P. McLaren, S. Emerson Front Row: I. Iohnson, M, Sinclair, C1. Steclcley, D. Lemon, I. Shaw Pla' flu' Jlmfa 1:4 fha wnmenb Bgad AD!i0lLlzlf. Jlmy have nlzqafugnd a Iuumau, lug, no ' 6 ' thfwuqhout the ' fluwuqh wlulcll many Ata- danfa harm nbfabmd jluh gem flue L lm all z5'1Qg.ad waa a uhcua. Wielding the gavel of Phi Chi Theta is vice- prexy Mary Sinclair, as the Bus Ad "brains" discuss UN's placement bureau. Page 184 .KM Huck How 'l'. Kimura, B Zimmerle, K, Kimura, H Nelsen M. Vollertsen, A, Schwarling, R. Creulvi, P Iannke 'Vhml Huw C. Cox, C. Miller, F Longfellow, S Andelt, M Karsh, H. Teshxm, H. Norman flfecwrwl Haw M Sakamoto, B Wf!l!'?O, B Stehllk, lf Anderson, B Kimble, H. Ullom, M, ljfilllhll Front Now T Mnya, V. Clnlquist, H Hedlord, H Lyman, D. Pace H Holck Vickie Cllilquist leads the discussion while those stu- dents who ure so interested in mixing the potents und pills nluny uf us now huy at the corner drug store lend u listening eur. wlwwuzv' bitm- in .. . .M fhatdontofm ' br '- bmqaaetlmnnuwho fha ' flubalzbn .... ldhenflmwanzfanunfz, will aqabz bn able to hold iluuh an- Hama mlwnuka uhhbn Jim llama dunukztion, in mo ' , had vnratzbnal lar- tuluza on vwubwi lqpm nf wnlzk and nppn ' ' JL llama. nomica, . and on nm- fonk limb: ibm: when ' full flu: ww: Alww ww ag. Virginia Pollard, Monica Alberty, and Blanche Reid take time out to perch on a table and smile for the "hirdie." -4, A-. - tx ... u W M M . Back Row: P. Dodge, B, Young, M. Castner, L, Kirkpatrick, B. Davis, E. Mumma, A. Held, M. Dengler, P. Larson, P. Schmer, H. Wulf Filth Row: I. Rapp, E. Shultz, M. McFarland, R. Leho L. Adams, M. Schlaphotl, R. Peters, L, Burbank, M. Shoup, M. Helt, E. Christensen Fourth Row: I. Potadle, M. Srb, G, Olinger, V. Young, G, Gowen, B. Huston W. Young, M, Alma, Y. Nitzel, M. Kumaqai, B. Peters, L. Iacobson Third Row: L. Neumeyer, M, Kamino, M, Adler E. Osterman, M. Pyle, B. Noerenberg, W. Douglas, E. Walford, D. Stevens, L. Manning, L. Hashiba, V Second Row: C. Bridenbaugh, M. Dressler, A. Iohnston, F. Armold, L. Steyer, M. Hartsook, L, Opper, L. Haskins, A. Sorensen M. Abraham, V. Else Front Row: V. Bobbitt, H, Freeman, E. Iohnson, E. Pumphrey, B. Reid, M. Alberty, G. Bowman, V. Pollard, D. Wegener, C. Curley . Kovarik TS Page 186 4-af gm 'Q 3 C I! X 'fi' lirxfk Hww ll, Hmmm, M How, G. Wvlrl, H Stnlten, A Held, F, Iohnson, H Christensen, H. lbsen llulth llfww P llfvflqf' G lfhcrhrlrflt, V, Pollard, B Davis, S Kay, li Shultz, l Meyer, V. Burbank, E Mummu Vfttrrtlr Huw I. Stoyrvr, H Nnnrenhfrrq, M Halt, F Hnqemrxn, W Young, L Burbank, R Labs, H Peters, M Ccxstnor 'lhrrfl Huw ll Gmrlmrn, V, Ffzrrls, D, Weqener L French, V Bolfabrtt, Y Nrtzel, L Mnnmnq, W. Douglas, C. Hteke wr-fr.1tl Huw M Ilrr-:s:al'vr, M Abraham, H. Mohler, M. Srb, D Stevens, V Kovcxrek, C. BTld9l"tbGl1Ql'l, H. Medcrls, V. llbers l'rrrr1t ltfnw fi llfrvrfs, ll lturnphrcy, F llowoll, ll. Skuclus, B. Peters, V. Younq, ll. Marsh, D. Follmer Jluz nf ' ' n 'flnbfuuka wlw lwumbnm falunm mem- mm njfluz 44-Zfdub jumbfz diviubn lawn rmqamjgndawzivmutqqnaupfhat 2"lPh'Ul3-'U lflfvwlhlb ' ' ' . lwb ' A1 12 in Several 4-H members seem to have a brain storm on some new actrvity for ,wwmata 4-JI flvwuqluud 'I'I.o.bna4lm. fhecmb. Phi Jfappi Plulfs fwuf-manual, ' aww ?7Zellwdzlsf.Studvznt mm loam ' nfAefubmxfaMandnlzZtlelun. PhiA.t1zivmfn develop Aeliqzbzu, , and Aaah! qfuuvfh in 114 m.emb.eM, and the goalnfilmqnoupiatomakxzmmnq 'nlaflwdlhfwnmanbwfhn Zlrubm- .ulqtbdaqn influz nffonwluww. Fifth Row: I... Everingham, M. Hatten, A Proper, P. Karts, W. Comstock, I. Frcmdsen, M. Stacy, D. Todd, I. Brown, M. Finley Fourth Row: I. Iohnson, L. Butler, S. Thomsen I. Alloway, H. Fricke, G. Eberhardt, M. Clark, M. Irwin, P. Mangold Third Row: W. Braithwait, E. Kent, I. Edson, E, Chirstensen, E. Crangle, M. Pogue S. Coatman, A. McCay Second Row: R. Lebo, G. Aoki, M. Iwata, M. Dressler, A. Rite, P. Lowe, M, Cook, D. Stevens Front Row: V. Hall, A. May, L. Iohnson, B. Biha I-I. Eighmy, M. Aker, I. Spellman, I. Netf Page 188 Page 183 ibm Zia gm Back Row: M. West, C. Petteys, S, Holt Second Rowr I. Wadlow, I. Baird, M. Slajchert, E. Estes Front Row. H Soltley, B, Fee, E. Larsen, R, Waite Jlwuz Ls atwazp Jwnm fan dwielopmuzb AD Amp ,Smyrna fin 6lll.1UllD.d.Q pultpouiaioaidin " dnzmlvpmudulonqwithnducatzbn. .Sinlvmhbgoaliato bdthnpublkwzlh ' '. l W . I I Back Row: C. Smith, R. Leger K. Headrick, M. Roberts Second Row: T. Pierson, H, Schaumburg, L. Kjelson, H. Bauer Front Row: E. Harrison, S, Warren, R. Iohnsori, R. Calkins and . 5 jlmta Back Row: N. Fey, M. Breuer, K. Hayes, E. Asmussen Second Row: G. Heins, E, Lukasiewicz, M. Knox Front Row: S. Shellhase, M. Holler, R. Owen 'WluJluztaand'7lu me uppf d0,CfDllA BRKDM . than .. . ' ' menwzdlnafznabnufnnwdwdo inmndmal' ' Back Row: D. Sand, B. Weinshiem, I. Chesen O. Fischer, D. Capek Third How: H, Surber, N. Fey, G. Stephen, A. Orawar, D. Mastin, E. Asmussen Second Row: D. Lorenz, R. Owen, I. Gabelhaus, A. Ncxkada, A. Batt Front Row: G. Heins, SQ Shellhase, R. Sundermann, M. Holler, K. Hayes Page 190 Sim! U JL -bf: 5. NEW 1-, w Q .DW Jzmfmbzq a mnpmafivxz Apbul bztwmn Aofwlulim nn flu wuz the 40111: and I ' fluuh fuz- ' 2, luuuma., who no ' ilu. ldnmenb I. ' dunrlation. Jluzq mwmnfluyb ' ,Maw pg All Greek women assembled for the Panhellenic H1mekA,undmnf1w! ' , , and' " 'n. na Back Row: B. King, M. Hamilion, E. Miller, S. Busch, M. Armour, I. Tyler, M. Parchen, R. Collins, B. Dickerson Second Row: E. Leamer,.C. Marshall, N. Neumann, M. Hagen, M. Allen, B. Hinrichs, N. Scott Front Row: L. Mares, I. Guenzel I. Wilt, M. Kobes, B. Stanton, I. Holton, K. Soulek annual dinner. Campus cooperation in the war effort was the topic of Mrs. J. W. Seacrest, guest speaker. Page 194 .,D.r Back llnw 'l'. McCc1rv1lle, A. Christensen, F. Teller, H. Andersen, G. Dixon, G. Merchant Front Row. H. Saunders, I. Abdnor, D. Chopin E. Larsen, I. Briese Q1zAp11azfhemanAl1o1t.ta4ethn ' 'DfflI.Q5ll.22A' " who madaupflmWZanZ67 ' 6'o1u1.cU ' iluzgntafz- ' L'nun.c1Y med ioqnflum alien .wuz foal: ibm: auf lolz a fewlfarkfwnmuuiom. mv f Wi, 'St 'E Here is Gene Merchant enjoy- Looks like the "Crib" goodies Ernie Larsen catching up on a Stun Martz finds time to fluff ing the pause that refreshes. satisfy .lim Ahdnnr. little of that outside reading the books for u little joy ride. material. Purge lflh iftf -fi?-lat? Back Bow: M. Alden B. Allen, A. Andersen, M. Armstrong, I. Becher, R. Blattspieler, L. Brainard, B. Brinkman, B. Calhoun, M. Corbitt, C. Curley, E. Curley. Fourth Bow: M. Denison, M. Dillman, M. Dolezal, B. Emerson, G. Erisor, A. Ernst M. Grant, M. Gueck, B. Hill, M. Holtz, B. King, M. Kina. Third Row: I. Kro h, H. Laird, I. Larsen, E. Leamer, I. McElwain, B. Mahan, I. Mason, L. Milton, I. Pauley, P. Payne, R. Sargent. Second Row: M. Schmid, I. Scott, E. Seright, P. Shelley, I. Sloss, I. Smith, V. Smith, S. Staats, B. Stahl, M. Stahl, Steelman. Front Bow: B. Strain, I. Stuve, B. Svoboda, E. Swan, C. Trenchard, M. Tripp, S. White, M. Wiedman, C. Windle, I. Woodford, S. Yoder. SENIORS Mary Fllden ......... .. ........................ ....... K imball Ruth Blattspieler ..... ......... T obias Betty Brinkman ..... .. .Lincoln Margaret Corbitt ..... .Geneva Margaret Dolezal .. ....... .Wahoo Marjorie Grant ....... ........ L incoln Mary Lou Holtz ....... ................. . ..Lincoln Iean Larsen ............ ............................. H orner Evelyn Learner ......... ..... . .South Sioux City Barbara Stahl .......... . .... ................ N elson Bette Svoboda ..... ........ ..................... L i ncoln Catherine Trenchard ...... ......... .............. C a mbridge Carolyn Windle ............................... . .......... ................. S alem Iean Woodford .............. ............... Sergeant Bluff, Iowa IUNIORS Hlberta Hndersen ................. . ...... ........ H ubbard Mary Lou Hrmstrong.. ........ Lincoln Lois Brainard ......... ..... ........ L i ncoln Catherine Curley ..... ....... S eward Betty Hnn Hill.. ....... ......... S uperior Betty King ..... .. ......... ....... . Omaha Betty Iean Mahan .. . ......... Hrnold Ianet Mason . ........... ........ L incoln Lavonne Milton .... Donnetta Smith ..... Shirley Staats . Sally Yoder ..... ...Wahoo ........Lincoln ........Lincoln ..,.....Lincoln SOPHOMORES Bonnie Calhoun ..... ............... ......... .... ...... C o I u mbus Marjorie Dillman .... ......... L incoln Barbara Emerson ..... . .Lincoln Grace Ensor .......... .......... . .. ..... Omaha Mary Bernice Gueck ...... .. ........................ Scottsbluff Iacqueline Krogh ........... ............................... M cCook Helen Laird ..................... ..... . Sheridan, Wyoming Ruth Hnn Sargent ......... ........................... Q lliance Iacqueline Scott ......... .... . Grand Island Peggy Shelley ...... ................ L incoln Ianet Sloss .............. . .. .North Bend Marilynn Stahl ..... ....... ..... N e lson Billie Steelman ....... . .... Lincoln Betty Ed Strain ......... .... .... L i ncoln Ioyce Stuve ...................... ......... L incoln Sally White .......................... .... Lincoln Mary Louise Wiedman ..................... .. ..... Lincoln FRESHMEN Becky Plllen ......... .. ........... .... ........ ......... L i n coln Ianice Becher ........ . ...Lincoln Elizabeth Curley Marilyn Denison Hudrey Ernst ....... Mary Lou King .......... Ianice McElwain ........ Io Pauley .................... Patricia Payne ..... Marcile Schmid ....... Eloise Seright .... Ioyce Smith ........ Eldonna Swan Mary Io Tripp ...... .....Seward .Omaha Sheridan, Wyoming ...................Lincoln .....Sloan, Iowa .... Red Oak, Iowa Council Bluffs, Iowa ......Sabetha, Kansas .. . .......... ......... L incoln . ..... . .Lexington .Tecumseh .... Lincoln Page 196 flu' Umcqa 5pmpwpmwMuumpw,Mduma4ufmg1uz,uunh0w wwwndfhwmgofzflmfumzimipantqpfflmgean. dlnnq wdh fhebzpuzflmy fnknepflmmnzpuapappq. .9n!a0t P142 Qumniauwzvundedby dguhn whohp.ldfhaflbuzw1Zh1zah!Aah!nah.'ApDuY. Page 197 What the slant eyed Chinaman would think during the peace conference seems to be the problem of Marge Dillman, Jackie Scott and Sal Yoder. Evidently it has its humorous side too! 716 North 16th Street lioundcd ut Del'auw University, 1885 Olive Green and Scarlet 64 Chapters livelyn l,cal11er-President aj!- z .V-'10, a 4.21 rggf., '... a Q 1 - fi 3114 6'fMPi'1f' D! Back Row: M. Allen, M. L, Allen E. Anderson, W. Arvanette, L. Barelman, P. Beetern, B. Bennett, M Bohner, Brt D Caress D Chittenden D Dah Fourth Row: P, Davidson, H.'Detrich, I. Douthit, M, Douthit, R. Finkle, D. Furois, D, Gebert, L. Gillan, M. Hagen IG. Hansen, G, Heins, K. Henderson. 14 Third Row: B. Hopkins, S. Hopkins, Kahoa, M. Kennedy, I. Leinberger, A. McKissick- M. Maiiitt, A. Manchester, D. Moore, M. Olson, T. Ormesher, B. Packard. Second Row: P. Renard, A. Robinson, Sanders, P. Sanders, M, Schomaker, H. Schultz, I. Shuman, I. Skinkle B. Smith, N. Smith, I. Srb, G. Steckley. Front Row: D. Stepanek, M. Strong, D. Sundell, B. Tobin, I. Tobin, P. Tobin D. Tracy, D. Wageman, B. Weiso, A. Wenzlatf, D. Westfall, L. Wirth, P. Yenne. Mary Flllen ..,,.,, .. Margaret Hagen Georgialee Hansen Grace Steckley .....,,, Bette Wetso .....,.... Fllice Wenzlatf ,,,, Elaine Qnderson .... Willa Qrvanette ..... Patricia Beetem .,..,, Dorothy Caress ......, Donna Chittenden .. . Donna Dahl ..,.......,.. Helen Detrich .,,,..... . SENIORS IUNIORS .Weeping Water .......,.... Omaha .. .,,........,, Omaha Weeping Water . . ..,,., Rushville .....L1ncoln ..,...Chadron . .. .Hastings Douglas .........Lincoln .......Clatonia .. ,,.,,..,,.., .. ,..,., Fremont Darleen Furois. ........... . . .. Katherine Henderson Marylouise Kennedy Hrlene McKissick .,..,., Thelma Ormesher .,.... Patricia Sanders ....., Mariana Schornaker Iean Sklnkle ........ ,..... Dorothy Stepanek ,,,, Phyllis Yenne ,,,,,,,,,,,. Deadw . .. . ,,,,, Lincoln ood, So. Dakota ,,,,,,, ,.,.,... ..,..,,., B e atrice . ......Lincoln . ..,. Nebraska City SOPHOMORES Phyllis Davidson ,................ ,,...,.,,,,,,,, Ianet Douthit ..,,,,,,, . Marialice Douthit .....,. Grace Heins ,............ . Barbara Hopkins .,......, .. ...Valentine .... ...Lincoln .. ..... Nehawka .......Chadron .........Omaha .........Lincoln .Douglas ........Curt1s ...........Curtis .. ............. Lincoln ....,...David City Shirley Hopkins .... Colleen Kahoa ..... Iean Leinberger ...... Margery Mafiitt .. Dorothy Moore ...... Marjorie Olson . Peggy Renard ..... Ptnne Robinson ..... Hedy Schultz ..... Bonnie Smith...... Bette Tobin ......... Patricia Tobin .... Lois Wirth .. Marjorie Hllen.. .. Lois Barelman ....... Bette Bennett ...... Mary Lou Bohner Ioann Brt .................... Ruth Finkle .......... Doris Gebert ............ Lila Gillan .................... Hnne Manchester Betty Io Packard .... . Ioan Sanders ...... Iulie Shuman .... Nancy Smith ...... Io Plnn Srb ......,... Marilyn Strong Dorothy Sundell . Iackie Tobin ........ David City ...........Lincoln .........Lincoln .......Douglas ......,....York ....York . ...... . .. ...... Hrlington .....Denver, Colorado .. . .. .......... ...Lincoln .........Grand Island . ............. Lincoln .........L1ncoln .....,..Dunbar .. Weeping Water . .. ..,... Wakefield ................Lincoln ...Lincoln .........Wakefield ............ Lincoln .. .... Nebraska City ...............Lincoln ........Omaha .... Lincoln .......,Lincoln ........Omaha ........Lincoln ...........Omahcr .......Stromsburg .........Wakefield . ............................ Lincoln Darlene Tracy .......... . .. . . .. ......... ..-Lincoln Donnie Wageman.. ..... ..... C heyenne, Wyoming Doris Westfall ............ ................ N ebraska City Page 198 CI aww Unulcfwn pf .013 been lmand hound mmpzu-the 00013 pledgeaonq, hmuld bnihntfhuntaluztedplndqm mhmdthnbznbihlyfvwmmuaical iI!llll.2llLQ.l,lfll2ll0.llA.Q.dllillff0.dullD1lA.0.6 an mmpua-12 gow! walla nmdapzuhijob, dnn1b.Q.uu5d1uzd-40 31 1z7mflmd0PHsdz2la!fhu71hnuu,aa1dq. Relaxation, comfort and play-these y . play bridge? 1541 S Street Founded at Barnard College, 1897 Cardinal Red and White 47 Chapters Margaret Hagen-President i A , .J-I , ' " -KY l ,. 5 6 Sl ff 4? at ,TTY K Wu flzaptmnf Back Row: M. Ashton, B. Baldwin, M. Barney, I. Bauer, E. Blanchard, G. Bremer, A. Brown, I. Campbell, A. Chamberlin, V. Demel, P. Flaaa, B. Frankiorter. Fourth Row: P. Gilligan, G. Grothe, E. Hawkins, H. Hickman, M. Holler, B. Horton, I. Iohnson, M. Iohnson, I. Koleszar I. Lamberty, B. Larson, I. Little. Third Bow: B. Lykke, V. McCulla, M. Martin, I. Martz, P. Martz, M. Mattoon, M. Menashol M. Meyer, D. Morton, I. Mudge, M. Munson, B. Murray. Second Row: L. Novotng, B. Olson, M. Olson, D. Peterson, M. Peterson, S. Peterson, V. Purdham, G. Babe, M. Reese M. Sauer, M. Schmale, S. Sears. Front Bow: M. Sinclair, . Sparkes, L. Starbuck, B. Stenger, L. Stryson, G. Swanson, G. Taylor, I. Thompson C. Van Horne, R. Way, B. Westover, I. Witt. SENlORS Plmy Brown .. .... . . ........ . .McCook Edith Hawkins . Omaha Myrtle Louise Iohnson . .. Omaha Iean Koleszar . Omaha Virginia McCulla .. .. . Lincoln Marjorie Martin .Lincoln Ioan Martz . .......... Syracuse Marjorie Mengshol .Lincoln Margaret Reese . .. ...Lincoln Ruth Way . . . . Wahoo Ruth Westover . . .... .. .Plattsmouth Ioan Witt .... .... . ................. ...... N e braska City IUNIOBS Betty Iune Baldwin . . . .Fremont Esther Blanchard . Friend Gloria Bremer . .Imperial Patricia Gilligan ...Lincoln Helen Hickman .... North Platte Ruth Lykke ...Grand island Mary Hnn Mattoon .. . .Beatrice DeMaris Morton .. . . .... Lincoln Margaret Munson . Lincoln Beverly Murray Omaha Sallye Sears .. Scarsdale, N. Y. Mary Sinclair . . .. . ..... Lincoln SOPHOMORES Mary Io Hshton... . .. ...Lincoln Ianice Campbell . ....... Lincoln Virginia Demel ........ .. .. Central City Betty Iune Franktorter ....... .. Lincoln Myrlee Holler ..... Betty Lou Horton. .. Ianice Iohnson .... Iane Little ........ .. Maryann Meyer . .. Lorene Novotny . Barbara Olson . . Donna Peterson . .. Mary Qlice Peterson. Shirley Peterson .... Marjorie Sauer .. . Betty Sparkes.. . Grace Swanson . Marjorie Barney . Ioan Bauer Hnn Chamberlin .... Priscilla Flagg . .... . Gladys Grothe Iacqueline Lamberty Ruth Larsen .. ........ Pauline Martz Iane Mudge ..... ...... Marjorie Olson . Virginia Purdham . Gloria Babe ................ FRESHMEN . .Omaha .. Omaha .. . Lincoln . .York . . Lincoln . Beatrice . .Lincoln . . . Fremont .. . .Chappell Nebraska City .Tekamah Burlington, Iowa . .. Hastings . .. Friend .Omaha . Lincoln ..Lincoln ........Geneva Fremont .. .Omaha .. Syracuse . ...Beatrice .. .... . ..... . Lisco . .... Omaha Sioux Falls, So. Dakota Mary Io Schmale ....... .. . ....... ...Lincoln Lois Iean Starbuck Babette Stenger .. . Lucille Stryson Gwendolyn Taylor. Iean Thompson .. Carolyn Van Horne Greeley, Colorado . .... . Imperial . . . .Seward .. . Pawnee City .. . ...Wayne . Pawnee City Page 200 l iw Jluzmwuuyhq dlplmPhHx1Lu4h.ad6'upk1aaaplnd4anndlowzd hbn tluuh mom' nrfhuz nuzmbm-lu: daakled twzlmz gbrbs Alwuld bnmanfrieabthnqaqlzaezt d!lnnAfnvm.ylouJz1p2aJzgia1aIAaan- nounrnd-luuumlf ' " 'Wlaafbn the new dltzha phi lol will 40:1 the zwnm fn ruitzbate iluuh men-but wluztis MW-"m Jmpawq' i JH. Sister Phi's Jan Campbell and Lor- raine Rabe laugh at Donnie Peterson' enthusiasm for the latest addition t th ll t eir "co ec ion." 1531 S Street Founded at Syracuse University, 1872 Silver and Bordeau 38 Chapters .loan Witt-President " -"' v-' L.. . Kflahffffvl 11.1 ' 32 ' E , ' it W if Bvgcla RRoW: I.PArB:lerson, M. Armour, H. Armstrong, V. Bignell, I. Bowers, B. Boyd, E. Bricker, P. Burley, B. Calmer, C. Collins, S. Corbin I. Deering. ir ow eppe, D. Easterbrook, M. Ells, S. Ewing H. Eydeqn,HC.1E1lter, C. Garver, M. Graham, G. Grosbach, M. Hamilton, L. Hansen I' Second Row: L. Henderson, R. Hoger, S. Ienkins, P. Kidder, P. Longacreq lilllglgon, M. Maple, I. Marchant, H. Maser, L. Medin, D. Mohr I. Olson. SENIORS Ruth Hnn Ftrmstrong .... . ........... ..... . .. .Sioux City, Iowa Valerie Bignell ..... .. .......................... Lincoln Bonnie Calrner ............ ........ S ioux City, Iowa Catharine Collins ....... Charlotte Filter ..... Carol Garver ...... Dorothy Mohr ...... Ianice Olson ...... Mary Stapleton ..... Lois Winter ..... Marshalltown, Iowa .......................McCook ............,.............Lincoln ...........................Imperial .........Sioux City, Iowa .... Norton, Kansas .....................Western IUNIORS Ieanne Bowers ....... ................... . . Lincoln Patricia Deppe ....... .......... L incoln Mary Hamilton ...... ............. L incoln Laurine Hansen.. .. ...... North Platte Regina Hoyer ...... ............. O maha Marian Maple ........ ......... H ebron Ieanne Marchant .. ............. Omaha Lorraine Schmalz . ........ Creighton Mary Lou Weaver ........................, ,...... .......... L i ncoln SOPHOMORES Mary Hrrnour ...... Barbara Boyd... Eleanore Bricker .. .. ....,.........Western .......North Bend ...Flshland Front Row: P. Plum, C. Reetz, L. chmalz, M. Settell, M. Stapleton, Quart, . Tatman, M. Tyner, H. Ullom, . inter. -- Doris Easterbrook ...... Marjorie Ells ........... Shirley Ewing ........ Harriet Eyden ............ Marilyn Graham ......... Gladys Grosbach ...... Shirley Ienkins ......... Patricia Kidder ........,, Patricia Longacre ..... Margaret Lyon .......... Helen Maser ...... .. Cleone Reetz ........., . Marjorie Settell ...... Elizabeth Stuart ..... Maxine Weldin . .... . FRESHMEN Io Finn Hnderson ................. Patricia Burley ........ Shirley Corbin .....,. Iean Deering .....,. Ruth Harling ........... Lois Henderson .. .. Peggy Plum .... ..... Donna Tatman ..... Marcia Tyner .... Helen Ullom ..,., Barbara Vesely . B. Veseley, M. Weaver, M. Weldin ...............Hrcadia ....................Sidney ........Onawa, Iowa ...................Lincoln ...........Dakota City ....................Enders Casper, Wyoming .........Norton, Kansas ......................Lincoln .......Grand Island ............Lincoln . .. .Bloomfield .......Bloomiield .....Lexington .Hrcadia .....Lincoln . ...... .Lincoln .. .... Grant, Iowa .....Onawa, Iowa ......Beaver Crossing .. .. .......... .Lincoln .........Hastings ...,,.,..Lincoln .........Lincoln .........Hastings .. Bennet I Page 202 ,tw f, Pg 203 GH dtuha ya mum d4aha,XiQn.HAhav2nokichmnuhq,fofzw11hflm01laAfl1ick ilmq walluzd away with the aDe.bi'AoLccJ1touJznanwzt. Jaat k42lA,theAndlphajCHsand1Laallqnnih1zlaaIL 6'anuzApJr.bzq andd4uhajC1'0nlta,tzla:medflw7z,Zounde1zZdaybana1mt wwwzdtlmf1mditianalflmnmvIm4m,andmta6natndthuh fifty-Aecondbiathdaq. Mickey Weldon takes time out to write "the" man before getting a lit- tle "shut-eye" as her Alpha Xi sisters pour over their books for the next days classes. 1619 R Street Founded at Lombard College, 1893 Double Blue and Gold S8 Chapters Jeanne Bowers-President 1 ... x. T 9. 'fgEl'!""a 5... Khapifffvi Back Row: A. Aasen, L. Amend, M. Amend, A. Atkinson, M. Atkinson, M. Beachly, M. Beranek, D. Black, K. Blue K. Brickell, R. Brokin. Fourth Row: D. Carnahan, P. Costello, S. Crosliy, M. Derrick, P. Dodge, I. Engle, I. Finkle, S. Golden, B. Gooding, M. Green, R. Hansen. Third Row: M. Hinrnan, D. Holler, D. Holler, P. olbrook, E. Hopkins L. Kennedy, I. Kime, I. Kryger, M.. Lane, E. Lennemann, V. McDonald. Second Row: L. Mares, M. Marshall, I. Milton, M. Mitchell, L. Neumeyer, M. Newton, M. Nordaren, R. Phillips, H. Plasters, I. Potadle, B. Price. Front Row: H. Quinn, M. Reynolds K. Rohwer, M. Sinclair, B. Smith, D. Soulek, S. Stuben, P. Teagarden, M. Thoms, D. Wagner, P. Williams, Mary Ellen Beachly.. Dorothy 'Black ............... Dorothy Carnahan .. Mary Derrick .......... Phyllis Dodge ........ Ioan Finkle ......... Phyllis Holbrook ..-...... Estelle Lennemann .... Bonnie Price . ......... . Kathryn Rohwer .......... Mary Helen Sinclair .,...,.,,, Barbara Smith ................... Donna Soulek ........... Mary Thoms ............. Patricia Williams ....... Dorothy Wimrner ....... Plnna Htkinson ............ Martha Pltkinson ......,.. Ieanette Engle ....... Marilyn Green ....... Mary Hinman ..,.. Lois Kennedy ,.......... Mary Lane .................. Virginia McDonald ..... Louise Mares ............. Iean Milton ............... Iean Potadle .... D. Wimmer. SENIORS SOPHOMORES ...Lincoln .......Lincoln .......Lincoln .......Lincoln ......Burwell .......Lincoln .............Lincoln ...............Orleans ........Gothenburg ........... Fort Calhoun ..............................Lir1coln .......Gillette, Wyoming ..........,............Niobrara ........Hutchinson, Kansas Iowa ................WatertoWn, So. Dakota Watertown, So. Dakota ....,..................Lincoln ........................Wymore ........Wichita, Kansas .........Lincoln ........Scottsblull ..........Niobrara .......Long Pine .......Tekamal'1 Hnna Plasen ......... .......Fairbury Laura Flmend .......... ................................ L ir1COl1'l Kathleen Brickell ..... .............. ....... ......... F C! i rbury Shirley Crosby ....... Mary Mitchell ....... ........De-adwood, So. Dakota .................................Sprague Lois Neumeyer ....... ............... ........ B e nnington Marjorie Newton ......... Rose Phillips ............ Helen Plasters ...... Shirley Stuben ........ Phyllis Teagarden ......Goodland, Kansas ..........................L1ncoln .Stella ......Lincoln ......Lincoln FRESHMEN Margaret Hmend .......................... ............................... L incoln Mary Beranek .,......... ....... R apid City, So. Dakota Kathleen Blue ......... ................ . .. .. .............. LinCOl1'l Rebecca Brodin ........ ..... R apid City, So. Dakota Sue Golden ................ .................................... P cilmer Barbara Goodding ...... ....................................... L inCOlr1 Patricia Costello ,..,...,.. ....... R apid Cily, SO. Dakota Ruth Hansen ............. . ............. Souih Sioux City Doris Holler .. Dorothy Holler .... Elaine Hopkins ...... Iuanita Kime ........... Ieannette Kryger ..... Mary Marshall ........ Marilyn Nordgren Harriet Quinn ........... . Marjorie Reynolds Donna Wagner ......... .......................Hlbion ........Fllbion ........Neligh .......Mullen ...........Neligh .......Verdigre ............Omaha .......Gothenburg ........Lexington ,......-Lincoln l Page 204 flu' 0 gp MW mm, jqrum! JW :zum Monm M flu' Ulawn in wb: ,bl dccolzahbna. '71 affair g1u'0m,M mnwwduwy. ' Apzuuz wzdpfhhndhaq famonq nflwa tlzirzqajntfhefhbwm MMIII Kid-0-JM 6'1w1vf1- 6'vnqfwL4 6'hi 02-ww WUI www nld ilu!! yew: on nbuzfq-Abt rampluuza. S p pl .p d tl -' I W n 8 th -M' k y M D uld H I Plaste d H k A Ii d t t I t t SI I K I1 at the p u 480 N rl lfrl Sr r I d d r U I f A k i895 1 d l d Sr 9f LI pt J Il tl I' I -I -fd t fix 564424 Khnniwvi v 'fx f. . 1 will Back Row: I. Andrews, I. Bogan, M. Bogan, M. Bowen, I. Broadwell, G. Burnham, C. Capek, M. Clearman, A. Converse D. Converse, M. Davis, F. Eberle. Fourth Row: Eberly, B. Evans, P. Ferguson, C. Frederickson, E. Gayer, I. Griffin, G. Harrison H. Hemphill, M. Holtzscherer, I. Horn, M. Hunter, C. Iessee. Third Row: F. Iones, C. Kniffin, M. Kobes, E. Lough, M. Lowe, I. McGinnis, C. MCGreW, M. Marsteller, M. Minthorn, B. Paper, I. Paulev. Second Row: E. Redmond, M. Richards, I. Robertson, B. Rogers, S. Schnittker D. Schwenker, A. Shaneyfelt, M. Shutt, B. Smith, M. Stevens, B. Strahan. Front Row: M. Stuart, V. Swanholm, B. Swartwood, I. yler, M. Wall, P. Westcott, I. Whedon, B. Williams, D. Winter, I. Wilson, C. Woodworth. GRHDUFITE SOPHOMORES Barbara Strahan ..... Dorothy Converse .... Iune Griffin .............. Helen Hemphill ....,.... Charlene Iesseeq: .... Fanchon Iones ..... L .... Mary Io Kobes ........ Mignon Marsteller ..... Edith Redmond ......... Barbara Rogers ........ Dolores Schwenker . Mary Ellen Stuart.. .. Iessie Lou Tyler .......... Iean Whedon .............. . Corene Woodworth ........................ Iosselyn Broadwell .... Finn Converse ....... .. . . . Wayne SENIORS 1 .....................McCook .................Plattsmouth ......Sioux City, Iowa ..........Grand Island ......Sioux City, Iowa ..........................Kearney ........Marysville, Kansas ............................. Hlma .............Lincoln .. ...................... Stuart . ...... Nebraska City ..L1ncoln ...........Creighton IUNIORS .........Omaha ........McCook Floy Eberle ...., .......... ........ S u inner Virginia Eberly .......... ....... .......................... W a hoo Patricia Ferguson ................. ........................... M cCook Carol Fredricksen ........ Madeline Holtzscherer ........S-ioux City, Iowa ........................Ornaha Corlstance Knitfin ........ ......... Lincoln Mary Richards .............. ...................... H ebron Virginia Swanholrn .... Mary Iane Wall ........ .............Wahoo .. ..... Fort Dodge, Iowa . ,""'x,. Mary Kay Bogan ............ Gretchen Burnham ...... Carol Capel: ............... Mona Clearman .... Martha Davis ....... Beverly Evans ........ Elizabeth Gayer .... Gloria Harrison ......... Iessieanna Horn .... .... . Carol Iean McGrew ........ Bonnie Paper ................. Ianice Pauley ..... . .. . Hrline Shaneylelt. .. Merrell Shutt .. ......... .. Beverly Swartwood . Betty Williams .......... Ianice Wilson ..... Iacqueline Ftndrews .............. ..... Iean Bogan .. .... .. .. Margaret Bowen .. Margaret Hunter . .. .. , .Lincoln . ,..... Lincoln ...Lincoln .................Minden . .....................Lincoln Rapid City, So. Dakota .. .............Plattsmouth .............Lincoln Springs . . .Lincoln ......Longmont, Colorado .. ........................ Lincoln ..................Long Pine ............Li-ncoln . Qdams .......Lincoln ........Stuart FRESHMEN .Lincoln .........Lincoln ...Lincoln .........Hastings Elise Lough ............ ....... O maha Marilyn Lowe ...... ......................... Omaha Ianette McGinnis ....... .......... .................. B e atrice Marjorie Minthorn.. .. Iayne Robertson ........ Shirley Schnittker ...... Shirley Smith .............. Marilyn Stevens ...... Phyllis Westcott ...... Dale Winter.. .. .. Washington, D. C. :...Cheyenne, Wyoming .....................L1ncoln .........South Sioux City .......................McCook .. .. ...... .Lincoln . Beaver Crossing Page 206 malta Malta Malia ali Anmatlzblq new, .mnuzthblq bofuwwnd-and that Aanmtluhq bnfuwwzdzli flue Aamxz wnfmby 20.2104 Jlzi-malta Blade. Jluli lzaa made Annu fad rJ2nAAmunfJzqiJup.a1lulsq.eaAfvab12flmbA12la away. .Speak- bz4ofwnddbzqAleadafoalm1lm1zAahiaA,andfhDx114j1ziQnlt.3 0 s armg news y with Bobbie Delt sisters. 1601 R Street Founded at Boston University, 1888 Silver, C' ld and Bl 89 Fh pt l I Tyl -I "d- t Uiahfmvl Back Row: I. Anderson, L, Chantry, M. Cobb, M, Cofie , I, Crosbie A. Crosb , E. Detweiler, K. Detweiler, M. Dou las M. Do le M Du k' V Fourth Row: S. Emerson, M. Fry, N. Garecy, P. GiHaspie, P. Gilmore, M. Gish, V. Gould, M. Hartsook, S. Hillmeg, sf Hinds,,B. 'Hinrichsn IlnHolFmeE.l1ySon' Third Row: H. Iohnson, P. Iones, E. Knoll, P. ocum, I, Krause N. Kunzmann, L. Landeryou, L. Latsch, G. McKinsey, P. McLaren, M. McNair, F, McPherson Second Howl D.4Manion, l. Minier, M, Myers, B. Nye, B. Ogden, I. Rapp, M. Rapp, H. Schroeder, K. Schroeder, N. Scott, N. Scott I. Shaw. l Front Row: R Sheets, B. Simodynes, M. Swanson, . Sorensen, I. Taylor I. Van Horne, A. Wallace, E. Walsh, S. Walsh, P. Williams, P. Winter, P. Winquest. SENIORS Hnne Crosby ....................................... ......... N orth Platte Kathryn Detweiler ,. .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, O mqhq Bonnie Hinrichs ......... .,,.,.,,...................,,,., L incoln Helen IOhr1SOn .......... ....... W hitefish, Montana Ianet Krause ...........,.,...,, ..................,......, H lbion Frances McPherson ......... Omaha Marion Rapp .............. ....... V alley Kay Schroeder ....... Ioan Shaw ........ Robin Sheets ....... Betty Simodynes .,... Esther Walsh ...................................., Patricia Williams .............................,,.. IUNIORS Iessie Belle Hnderson .............,....,. Ioyce Crosbie ......,....,, ,..,. Sallie Emerson .............. Mary Io Gish ......... Shirley Hillmer ........ Gerry McKinsey ..... Mary Io Myers ...... Betty Io Nye ....,... ........Curtis .........Lincoln ........Cozad .......Sidr1ey .Beatrice .........L1ncoln .........Holdrege .Lincoln .........Norlolk .........Linco1r1 ...............Omaha Stanton .........Broken Bow ................................Kearney Nina Scott ...................................................................... Omaha Shirley Walsh .................................. Regina, Sask., Canada SOPHOMORES Margaret Cobb ........,........,..,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, H agtingg Marilyn Coffey .......... Patricia Gillaspie ..... Val Gould ................ Marolyn Hartsook ..... ........Rushville .........Lincoln .........Lincoln .........l..1ncoln Shirley Hinds ....... Paula Lee Iones ...... Eleanor Knoll .......... Nadia Kunzmann .. Phyllis McLaren ...... Mary McNair ........... Imogene Minier ..... Ioanne Rapp .......... Helen Schroeder ...... Nell Scott .................. Marilyn Swanson .. Phyllis Winquest ............................., Lois Chantry .......... Elinor Detweiler ....... Marilyn Douglas .. FRESHMEN ............Lincoln .......Bennington ...........Omaha ...........Omaha ...............Linco1n ......Pawnee City ..................Craig .............Valley .............,Curt1s .......Stromsburg ...........Lincoln ........Holdrege .. .Osceola ........Omaha .................. Omaha Marjorie Doyle .... 1 ..,..........,. .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, L i n C0111 Mary Esther Dunkin ........................,... Donna .Ellyson ............ Mary Iane Fry ........ Nancy Garey ........ Pauline Gilmore ..... Ioan Holmes ............. Patricia Kocum ........... Lorraine Landeryou Lois Latsch ............... Dorothy Manion ....... Barbara Ogden .... Phyllis Sorensen ..... Iean Taylor ............... Huntington, Indiana .................North Platte .............Beatrice .Lincoln .........Kearney ........Lincoln ..,...Hnoka .......Omaha ...........Lincoln ........,Kearney ........Lincoln ...........Plmes .........Kearney Ioline Van Horne ......... ................... ....... O m aha Hudrey Wallace ,.... Patricia Winter ........ ...................Lincoln .......Rberdeen, So. Dakota Page 208 I Pg 209 Qnltay Qyibacauufhnybn a on :andy 0011.2 leflem lon! you-Lf fonlf moluz than a Auqa1rAtampto4ainfhaffiu1powzdA. Agudnnmfhnmyhqoi flmbJzuAhnIZbuf1ifwnAnnlquwwvnilmwalkAbmkqp1uh.ad aaowzdbynnnmpeatplndqu. McLa ' e fter dinner Do 'ou always 400 University Terrace Founded at Lewis School, 1874 Bronze, Pink and Bfue 57 Chapters Bonnie Hinrichs-President shi:-P 091' 6'l1f42ffff.v! . 1 X Jnxb lg .ilhv fx fx . li. Back Bow: C. Anderson, D. Anderson, E. Asmussen, B. Aufenkamp, A. Bromwich, V. Buckingham, A. Colburn, C. Deines, C. Diers, D. Dolezal A. Doudna, D. Eilers, F. Farnsworth. Fourth Row: D. Fraser, W. Fraser, C. Frost, P. Garton, H. Gartner, I. Gibson, A. Greene, B. Hadan, V. Hamilton, S. Hammond, V. Hann, L. Hanson Third Bow: P, Hoke, L. Iohnson, L. Iohnson, D. Kreitels, L. Krohn, M. LeDio t, I. Lehman, B. Mack, M, McCord, I. McCracken, G. McKee, M. McKee, D. McKibb1n Second Row: M. McMurray, M. Markussen, B, Marquart, C. Marshall, M. Nfeumann, D. Olson, B. Pyles, H. Hahn, M, Ross, B. Sawyer, P. Schaffer, I. Shapland Front Row: M. Shurtluii, F. Simek, I. Sklenar, B, Smith, L. Sneed, B, Sorensen, F. Stufflebam, I. Thorson, P. Toof, M. Way, S. Weber, P. Williams, C. Wright Doris Flnderson ............................. . ...... Omaha Hmy Ladd Colburn ....... ......................... L incoln Doris Dolezal ...... ...... .............. ............. W a h oo Frances Farnsworth ...... ..... R iverton, Wyoming Ianet Gibson .. ....... .........,..... ......... G i bbon Betty Marquart. ....... ........ .... . . ......... B ed Oak, Iowa Natalie Neumann ....... .... . . ......... . ................... Oakland Carroll Lea Hnderson ................ ......... ................... . L incoln Hva Bromwich... ................. . ..... Cheyenne, Wyoming Patricia Garton ...... Harriett Gartner ...... Bernette Hadan ...... Shirlee Hammond ........ Lois Hanson ......... Lois Iohnson ........ Leora Krohn ...... Mary LeDioyt ......... Ioann Lehman ....... Gail McKee ....... Marcia McKee ......... Donna McKibbin ....... Margaret Neumann .. Marjory Finn Ross ....... Patricia Schaffer Iean Shapland ..... Betty Smith ............................Linco1n .........................L1ncoln .. Bennington Sheridan, Wyoming ,. ..................... Elkhorn Ulysses .........North Platte ........,..Rushville .......Lexington .......Lexington Pllliance Omaha .........Norfolk .O'NeiIl ........Omaha Lincoln Leota Sneed ......................................... ........ H oldrege Peggy Williams ...................... .. ............. ...,. . ..... B rule SOPHOMORES Ruth Hufenkamp .................................... ......... W ahoo Virginia Buckingham .... ........ O maha Christine Deines ........... ....... L incoln Finn Doudna ....... Donna Eilers ...... Dorothy Fraser .,.... Virginia Hann ......... Lois Iohnson ............ Barbara Mack ......... Mary Lee McCord .... Iune McCracken ..... Mavis McMurray ....... Marilynn Markussen Clarice Marshall ........ Doris Olsen ............ Helene Rahn ........... Frances Simek ........ Beverly Sorensen Susan Weber ..... Carolyn Wright ....... Elaine Flssmussen . Catherine Diers Wilma Fraser ..... Charlene Frost ...... Hdele Greene ........... . Myra Lee Hadan ..... Virginia Hamilton ...... Phylis Hoke ............... Dorothy Kreifels . Barbara Pyles ........ Roberta Sawyer ......... Mary Shurtletf ...... Irma Sklenar ............ Frances Stufflebam .... Ianice Thorson ......... Patricia Toof ..... Mary Way ....... ........Omaha ..........................Sterling .......Lincoln .........Winner, So. Dakota ...Red Oak, Iowa ...............Lincoln .. Casper, Wyoming ...............L1ncoln .. ..............Kimball ...,.Windom, Minnesota . ....... . ........ Gibbon ........Winner, So. Dakota ...............Hshland .....................Linco1n . .............. ..... N orfolk .Red Oak, Iowa . ........Norfolk . ..... Ulysses ...........Lincoln .........Lincoln Broken Bow .....Bennington Omaha Lincoln Paul . ......,................. Lincoln Torrington, Wyoming ...............Lincoln .. ...... Valparaiso ...........Lincoln ........Lincoln .........Da1ton ......Decatur 5 Flu' Baia UJzrlmAfnawL4.eaJuzfheAnialen.tad Hamma Flu' Baia 41114 wlw Azad up on "01uvn.6naf" 91 nu! with an all-40:1 band to ud2n.tabz!lmlellaAafiluzdbi6'aa.e mldlfliulhfllf Awbzqoftluhms, the Hummn dammto '21znd4au"nlflmD2 1ZdJI.b.dlI.2fllD.llA.f panty. ,vx CNJJ34. ls Kyx .bb if NVQ , . Y. Q9 Wx iff, , V V O N . V' J , V 'J 1, L " , x ,re , pf - Q N 7 ll, YJ! 5 K 4 Ybgvf , K D X J C Nil - V 5 X -v ' g N i ,X '12 m . JN ' FJ Agfhofl MJ! A Njjl NIJ' , 4, yy . Nl VJ 'IN' 1, X' my 11 RL t A 'V ' jill! 84-NV 'ie i 'SYN t ' .ny v -W, M Q itixxwli I 1 M' 'NN . ' ' N +5 ,I X 5 .PV ,-W' 1-xm -1 N -f y . s 1 3 if RTN XJ , 51 fwvhw :X A TIN!" 4 ' K, V H-If Y M? +f O',A,JgXa'xN, I g ' ' 'SBQW bfi Nl' Q 1 H 'Nh-V x Discussing the prospectbiog anggm . X .yas ' 'c are the G hi's who .ere T-bu xx! g rh fi r g taxa P np-RN -F ' Woods. e rs xiii hae, --Q ' .2 . I , I 1 ' D A twM,,, X X X 1 V, J , .NN it 'ev ,f- VTX V V I7 " Q 6, x Q 'JVM' i xfxr up fb f 415 North 16th Street Founded at Syracuse University, 1874 Double Brown 49 Chapters 1 Nutulie Neumann-President x , 1 Q 3 UWM DF Q i i Back Row: I. Ackerman, I. Ackerman, G. Anderson, K. Anderson, D. Ayers, I. Bohrer, D. Brugh, I. Buckley, M. Cawood, P. Chamberlin, R. Collins, P. Colton. Fourth Row: V. DeForest, I. Dresden, M. Ferrell, R. Forsyth, D. Gallup, R. Gass, H. Gillespie, H. Goodwin, B. Guendel, B. Heckenlively, M. Heyn, L. Hosman. Third Row: M. Hughes, B. Iohnson, N. Kina, M. Lancaster, S. Lancaster, B. Latta, I. Magnussen, V. Malster, M. Maly, L. Metheny, M. Miller, B. Montgomery. Second Row: P. Mortlock, I. Moyer, R. O'Hanlon, S. O'Shea, P. Parrish, A. Phillips, M. Philligs, C. Quigley, K. Reese, M. Reinhardt, I. Rogers, I. Rotton. Front Row: P. Seidel, G. Smith, I. Sutton, E. Taylor, D. Theisen, D. Thompson, B. Trom la, M. Waring, C. Wells, M. Winter, I. Yonts, I. York. Geraldine Rnderson . Iean Buckley . Pat Chamberlin Ieanne Dresden . Rena Forsyth . Helen Goodwin .. Virginia Malster . Marguerite Lemon Mal SENIORS SOPHOMORES Y . Patricia Parrish ................. .. Iean Rogers ..... . Ieanne Rotton ..... Dorothy Theisen. .... . Merry Winter.. Iean York .... . Ioline Hckerman . IUNIORS Kathleen Rnderson .. Ioan Bohrer ..... Roberta Collins ........ Virginia De Forest.. Dorothy Gallup . .. Marjorie Heyn ..... .... Lucille Hosrnan ......... Betty Iane Iohnson.... Ieannette Magnussen . Mary Miller ...... ......... Elizabeth Taylor .... .. Dorothy Thompson . . Mary Waring .......... .. Charis Wells . .. . . Omaha . ........ .York Blue Springs . ..York .. .... Lincoln Sidney .. . ...York . Lincoln Denver, Colorado ....York ................Linco1n Denver, Colorado .. .Grand Island . ....Omaha ...... Sidney ........Omaha Falls City Lincoln ........McCook ............York ....Omaha ....Omaha .. .Valentine .... Omaha . .... ..... O rd ....Omaha .......Omaha .. . . .Geneva . . .Fremont Donna Leigh Brugh... Mary Ftlice Cawood ......... Marjorie Ferrell .. Rosemary Gass . Barbara Guendel. .... . . Marilyn Hughes . Mary Lancaster .. Betty Iean Latta Leslie Metheny Beth Montgomery ..... IoPlnn Moyer ............ Hnne Phillips Mary Claire Phillips ....... Katharine Reese ....... . Madge Reinhardt ....... . Gretchen Smith ......... Io Finn Yonts.. Ioanne Rckerman ..... Delphine Flyers ..... . Patricia Colton .. Helen Gillespie ........ Bette Heckenlively Nancy King .... ..... . .. Susan Lancaster . Phyllis Mortlock . Ruth Finn O'l-lanlon Sally O'Shea Coll Quigley ......... . Patricia Seidel . Iane Sutton . . .. Billette Trombla ........ York Fremont Oshkosh .Seward .Grand Island Fairbury Lincoln Omaha Lincoln .. McCook .........Lincoln .. .. Lincoln Lincoln ..Lincoln . ...... Lincoln Broken Bow . .... Omaha .Sidney Lexington ...Lincoln ........Omaha . .... Lincoln .. Falls City ......Lincoln .. ...... Lincoln ....Blair Lincoln Omaha .. .Wahoo .... Valley .Lincoln Page 212 .7fappn124aha.7lmfa Black mb me had lurk, but black 1015 ww ulwrup umlcanuz torfwuanq ,Zalhdx path. jim JfdJ5fwumdnutbz pwmged g0lI.Illf0'lffl2.lyl wmua1mn.6nJmfwhichluyhh2ghLedflmJh.etn Ammon. Pfmxqa ww nlwaqn wnlcome, mpnahlly 12 fheqha 'l1atzbnal6bm4idudqfJfappac24uhnJh.eta-w1lfhflm9Zw94eaa mme Jlmtai Wahbnalnmicmfveymbnqawadedldjiuubn. Q R? 5 S s T h was g- t0 1 1 g . I U 0 5'l Ml . P sd -- 4. Bmw Skim Klwpffflvf Back Bow: F. Abbott, A. Abel, M. Aitken, N. Baylor, L. Beckenhauer, R. Bicknell, B. Blackburn, M. Boettcher, I. Browne, E. Burkett, E. Burns, S, Busch. Fourth Row: M, Campbell, M. Clark, D. Clinton, M. Colberg, P. Counley, Z. Desch, G. Dow, D. Duncan, I. Dunnell, F. Edeef B. Enadahl, I. Fankhauser. Third Row: M. Fisher, B. Flory, I. Geddes, M, George, I. Guenzel, I. Guenzel, B. Haney, IJ Hansen, H. Hummel, S. Hurtz, M. Iohnson, I. Keckley. Second Bow: B. Klock, I. Ko b, R. K b, H. ill , M. Lofink, M. L le, A. McCa u , G. M D rn tt, B. M Mains, P. M d, I. M . r 1 .or 5 g e c er o c ea ever Front Row: S. urry, G. Page, L. Phillip, IlBadcli e M. Ralston, P. aun, K. Schaecher, G, Schroeder, V. Tumer, M. Verink, B. Williams. ' If X X . I ' M' W' J- - Ieanie Browne .... ............................ ...... ..... . . . Liymity , Sally Busch ..... .. .... .... ..... .............. . ........ . . . .Omaha Mary Louise Campbell ........ ..... ' maha Myra Colberg .................... ......... L incoln Georganne Dow .......... .......... O maha Irene Dunnell ....... ......... Omaha Betty Iean Haney ....... .......... O maha Marilyn Lyle .............. ..... . ..Omaha Hdelaide McCague .......... Omaha Patricia Mead .... .......... Omaha Mary -Verink ........ ............................ .......... I.. i ncoln Hlice Flbel .... ..... ............. I.. i ncoln Mary Claire Clark ........ ........................ L incoln Dolly Clinton ................ ................. N orth Platte Patricia Counley ......... ........ S terling, Colorado Iean Guenzel ...... .. .. .............. ..... L incoln Irene Hansen ......... ........................... L incoln Barbara Klock.... ....... . . Chicago, Illinois Iosephine Radcliffe ...... ........................ S idney Ruth Korb .. ..... .... .................... N o rfolk Mary Ralston ....... . ....... ....... .............. ......... O m a ha Lorraine Beckenhauer ............ .. ...... . ......... ..... N orfolk Ruth Bicknell ...................... ..... . Yankton, So. Dakota Barbara Blackburn ......... .......... ..... G rand Island Marilyn Boettcher .... ....... ...... ........ . C o lumbus Zoe Rita Desch ........ ............. .... Y O rk Dorothy Duncan ....... ......... B urwell Beverly Engdahl Mary Ie-an Fisher ....... Barbara Flory ......... Margaret George ..... Io Plnn Guenzel ..... .. Sarah Hurtz ..... .......... Mimi Hnne Iohnson ........ Iune Korb ................. Harriet Lilly ......... Mary Hnne Lofink ....... Gloria McDermott.. .............Omaha . ........... Omaha ........Pawnee City .. ............. Omaha .............Lincoln ..........Omaha ..........Holdrege .Norfolk .............Lincoln .......L1ncoln ..............Grand Island Gertrude Page ............. .... ..... D e nver, Colorado Patricia Raun ................ .......................... W althill Kathleen Schaecher ..... . .... ............. . .Lindsay Gretchen Schroeder ........ ....... -................ . . .Lincoln Virginia Turner ...... ..... .... . . . ......... Council Bluffs, Iowa FBESHMEN' Frances Plbbott ...... Martha Hitken' .... Nancy Baylor ...... Ella Burkett .......... Elizabeth Burns . Frances Edee ............. Ioan Fankhauser ...... . Ioyce Geddes ...... . Helen Hummel ........ Ioyce Keckley... ...... Beverly McMains ......... lane Meyer ................. Sarah Louise Murry ....... ...... Lois Phillip ................. Barbara Williams ..... ..........Lincoln .Lincoln .. . ...Lincoln .............Lincoln .. . .Omaha Pawnee City .............Humboldt Grand Island .. . ...... ..... O maha Hlmena, Kansas . .... Council Bluffs, Iowa .. . ...... ........ O maha my-ljYuba City, California Oak, Iowa .Lincoln Page 214 Jfappalfappay JmuvwwL7 'flat the .Zappa Jfappa yammau-they Ahlck to !onfballmzdu.4uallqwmbzfh2rmtmofilmIzhM-nofnnlq1h athletics. Jnkeapflzeifz action in gond fluuhbzq, the JUG p.l2d4aAawahzn2dflmmfoJzaAunpAiubA.calcfaAiE"Ijou1can1 lnrkizmnufofwzlftlzinqrugtheybnqpfalceqlfoyy CV M553 M! Fl Kpp d d r gt b rl f p g r rl p h rrh Sg N dSgPp :lr rl rt t fl! N tl lfrl Sr t I' dd tM tllllg 1870 D k d L glt lil 74 fl pt Sll I! I-I -dt mia Khapimo! ' .3 S J' u 8. 3 Back Row: M. Alexis, N. Baker, M. Beede, I. Blakeslee, V, Campen, C. Clark, I. Coml-futon, B. Dickerson, I. Dougan, K. Douvas, D. Duxbury, M. Ely. fourth Row: M. Ericson, E. Erilcsen, E. Evans, I. Fullbrook, L. Glotfelty, M. Goodwin, V. all, L. Hapeman, I. Harvey, V. Henninger, M. Hildenbrand, I. I-Iill. Third Row: M. Horstman, A, Iennings, H. Iohnson, L. Iohnson, B. Kiechel, K. Leage, B. Lysinger, G. Mardis, M. Mielke, M. Minnick, I, Morse, C, Motter. Second Row: M. Nelson, M. Newcomer, S. Newman, E. Osborne, S. Owen, H. Phelps, I. Schwartzer, I. Sherwood, M. Sherwood, I. Shirey, I. Smith. Front How: L. Soderberg, E. Stanton, M. Stewart, I. Strain, I. Strain, B. Sturges, M. Van Burg, H. Vennum, A. Waggoner, P. Welsh, C. Wielcrnd. SENIORS SOPHOMORES Margaret Beede ,.,,,.,,,. ........,.,, ,................ L incoln Kathryn DOHVCIS ----,,,,, -,-,-,,,,,,,,-,--, ,,,,,,,,,,A,,4,,,,--4--i,, H G stings cami cimk ......... .... ....... .... s Q 1 1 Lake city, Utah Dorothea DUXIMY ee-- P eee, eeee 5 eeeee, ,eee L 1f1CO1H Betty lane Dickerson Vrrrrriff Vrrifvvvvvkv V VVVV Holdrege Eleanor Eriksen ........... ...... C ouncil Bluffs, Iowa Ieanne Douganmf .... Elizabeth Evans ........ Marylouise Goodwin Helen Iohnson .......... Gloria Marclis ......... .... Ieanette Mae Smith ..... Margaret Stewart ....... Barbara Sturges ......... Nancy Baker.. . Ianice Blakeslee ..... Virginia Campen ...... Leslie Glottelty ..... ,...... Lucy Plnn I-Iapeman. Marjory Horstman .... Finn Iennings ............ Kathryn Legge ...... Mary Minnick ..... I-luldah Phelps ..... ,. Ianet Sherwood. Lillian Soderberg .... Helen Vennum ............. . Hdrienne Waggoner Patty Welsh ....Craig, Missouri ................L1ncoln ............... Lincoln .Nemaha ............Lincoln Kansas .....Lincoln Le Mars, Iowa IUNIORS ,...... ..... K ansas City, Missouri .................Fremont ........Sheridan, Wyoming .. ....... ................. M inden Riverton, Wyoming .Council Bluffs, Iowa ,....,...........Fremont . ,..............,. Cambridge ..........,.Spencer, Iowa . ..... .... R ed Cloud, Iowa ,Omaha ....... Sioux Falls, So, Dakota , ,,,..,, ..... ................. L i ncoln . .. Ogallala Virginia Hall .....,........ Ieanne Harvey ............ Vernelle Henninger Ioy Hill .............. . .... . Barbara Kiechel . Betty Lysinger . . Iean Morse Carolyn Motter .. Marilyn Nelson ...... Sue Newman ...., ,,,. Mary Sherwood ....... Elizabeth Stanton .... Cozette Wieland ...... . ............ .. Marjorie Pllexis ..... Iean Compton ...,. .. ..... ............... L incoln ........L1ncoln .Lincoln ,.... Hebron .Superior- .......Ravenna ..........Lincoln ........Fremont .........Herman ..............Hastings .........Red Cloud .........Stromsburg ...... ..... S utton ..........Lincoln .....Schuy1er Margaret Ely ............ ....... G uide Rock Marjorie Ericson ......... .................... L incoln Iean Fullbrook ...... ........... ...... ............... L i n coln Mary Lou I-Iilclenbrand ...... ..... . Elmhurst, Illinois Lujane Iohnson .................. . ............. David City Mariel Mielke ............... .............. B Cmcroft Natalie Newcomer ...... Evelyn Osborne ...... . Suzanne Owen ....... Ianice Schwartzer .. Ioan Shirey ................ Ieannette Strain .... Io Flnne Strain .......... Mary Lou Van Burg.. . . .....Yorlc .. .Holdrege .Lincoln Omaha N ''JLQAQEBQ5-Eieifciiiifofnifi f ..,.................. Lincoln .Lincoln Lincoln Page 216 Pi 59141 Flu' dimu.'Jhdiwn.4flmn1xdefzvfflm day afflm p.l'plliJ671lA.Q and 5,03 alwmp may rmdofm. Jlwm wan mum any tbna Ibm? nnihcbthn1mdwLc2A4b1.cafhn,ZelhAal1uaqA ufflmdorklvarlr andkzpf thru with Pi Pink. 'lloullnavnlz gcfladzf 4011 lallaw fha! 671' plu'aluw.w! "Giving out with the song" seems to be the main idea of Dorothea Dux- bury and Helen Vennum while "Tony" Campen, Marg Alexis, and some of the others lend a listening ear. 426 North 16th Street Founded at Monmouth College, 1861 Wine and Silver Blue 86 Chapters Betty .l. llickurson-Pres d oxysqs' . Im Jlwia Klmllffffvif Back Row: L. Abramson, M. Adler, D. Belzer, I. Bernstein, S. Bernstein, P. Brick, M. Civin, A. Cooper, E. Daskovsky, L. Davidson. H Third Row: M. Evnen, P. Freed, R. Goldberg, I. Gordon, S. Grossman, B. Hattoft, C. Hill, G. Hill, S. Hurwich, A. Iacobs. Second Row: M. Kruglick, B. Kuklin, E. Lashinsky, S. Mandelberig, B. Marcus, D. Marcus, B. Merriam, E. Miller, I. Monovitz, E. Mozer. . Paperny, F. Pred, D. Rosenberg, R. Saclo sky, L. Simon, L. Steinberg, A. Strauss, A. Swartz, F. Veitzer, M. Zuber. Front Row: C. Musin Shirley Grossman Charlotte Hill ..... . Ghita Hill ..... Ethel Miller. ......... . Estelle Mozer . .. Lorraine Hbramson Marilyn Fldler .......... Ruth Goldberg .......... Beverly Marcus Flnna Lee Strauss. SENIORS .....Lincoln . ..,.............. Lincoln .....Lincoln Stevens, So. Dakota IUNIORS .Lincoln ...Omaha ............. . ................... Omaha Eileen Daskovslcy ........ . ......................... Hinton, Iowa . ..... Kansas City, Missouri .........Huburn Kansas City, Missouri A SOPHOMORES Doris Belzer ..... ......,.. O rnaha Iean Bernstein ..... ...,... O muha Pearl Brick ......... .,,......,... ...Omaha Maurine Evnen ...... .......... ....... . . . ..LinC-Qh-1 Beulah Hcrltoff ........... Sioux City, Iowa Betty Kuklin ............... . ......,....,.......... Lincoln Ethelyn Lashinsky ...... ........ O maha Beverlee Merriam ..... Ila Lee Monovitz ........ Charlotte Musin ........ ..... Dorothea Rosenberg ..... Bodine Sadotsky ....... Lenore Simon .... FRESHMEN Sarah Bernstein ...... Marcia Lee Civin ...... Hrlene Cooper ................. Lorraine M. Davidson.. Phyllis Freed ............ ..... Iackie Gordon ...... . Sylvia Hurwich ...... Flnnette Iacobs ......... Miriam Druglick . Selma Lou Mandelberg.. . Darlene Marcus ......... ..... Bernice Paperny . Floraine Pred ......... ..... Lorraine Steinberg .... Flrlene Swartz ............. Frances Veitzer ....... Millie Zuber ......... ......................Omaha ....................Fremont Des Moines, Iowa ......Omaha . ..... ..... . . ..Omaha .Omaha . Omaha .........Omaha .........Omciha .. . .... Lincoln .. ..Omaha ........Lincoln . ..... Omaha .Lincoln .. .... Hastings Pllliance ........Huburn .. ...Omaha Fremont ..Omaha .......Walthill ........Omaha ..... Hastings Page 218 ' malta ,Yau Jhamalauluuhbnzhwnappndupin the mnHAifuatzbnwlwuz the 50,74 wuzmn,amn.uL lfmiymnltawnaaflmtonchwzdramq Elm Jluzfmls abnndbntwmn SQJA andpfzofa on mmpua. Jwnhrzadmenb.ecam.ewa1ZafzAnn.c1uyhtnlteJaflm .Sh Qs!! bnndpzmchaan, nnd5QJA lrnewlzowtnnbzawzhfmul. Eileen Daskovsky, Doris Rich, Ruth Goldberg and Annette Jacobs have their departure for class down to a system as they leave miles of memo- randums for Sy Bernstein to get done. 626 North l6th Street Founded at Cornell University, 1917 Cafe au Lait and Blue 17 Chapters Ethel Miller-President Q 'Y' W ' .mmf dgulza KMPM vi 1 . E 5 if z - -.i 9 .1 Back Row: I. Baird, M. Bunnett, M. Cam bell, R. Deiienbaugh, D. Frahm, H. Green, M. Greenwood, M. Howell, D. Killian, C. Koehne. G K L h k hl R L h L d B Le A M r R Mo er R Osborne M Parchen C Petieys Second Row: . vser, I. e m u , . e man, I. eonar , . wis, . o se, , y , . , . , . , rront Row: M. Preston, A. Ramsey, V. Reiter, D. Stalgren, M, Squires, B. Storjohn, L, Storjohn, M. Thompson, M. West, M. Wintrode, T. Zoppelli. Geraldine Plnn Kysar ...................... . ......... Lincoln Helen Lehman Ruth Moyer. .... .. Martha Squires ....... Lotis Siorjohn . Carroll, Iowa ........Nebraska City .....Creston, Iowa O'Neill Thelma Zoppelli ......... ........................ I ulesburg, Colorado Marian Greenwood Mary Ellen Howell.. .Lincoln .........NeWcastle, Wyoming Meredith Bunnett ..... .............................. . .Bassett Hvonell Ramsey ....... Betty Storjohn .... .. Mary Wintrode ........ Chicago, Illinois O'Neill fff.fffiiSi5i2i'cii'QfsSfTDQk0iQ SOPHOMORES Io Hnne Baird ................... -Doris Frahrn ..... Cora Petteys ........ Marjorie Preston .... lean Lehmkuhl ..... ........Brunswick ...........Lincoln ........Wi1cox .......Lincoln .......Minden lane Leonard ....... ............... .......... ....... L i n coln Barbara Lewis ...................................... ..,.... L incoln FRESHMEN Maxine Campbell .......................... .. ........ Lincoln Rosemary Deffenbaugh .......Lincoln Helen Green ......................... .,...... L incoln Dorean Killian ................. .............,.,.............., L incoln Carolyn Koehne ...... .... ............................. L i ncoln Flnn Morse ......... .... . ..... I ndianapolis, Indiana Rose Osborne ........ Maryetia Parchen Virginia Reiter ........ Darlene Stalgren .....,,.... Marjorie Thompson Mabel West ................ .. .................. ...,... O maha ..............................Lincoln .......Lincoln .......Lincoln .......Omaha .......Lincoln Page 220 fl Sigma .jzymalfappajzhqlalznlluqmzdndfhamnzpua Hffhuylgfifibf flvukfmaa panty, andtwmednld laalubmd lan fha amaubn. Jhvuqhihwqab anenmlhfpeaca-Iov1h1wunmun.cUmzctin4A nuzmbnlmwlzilemakbzq 'LlSUAcA.ap.6nnlc4 mzdtaldnqpalztihnfhrmwanwaminafa on 1Z.0.2lUj Sigma Ab orbed n a ld ga e of cards are D F l V g R t d D e K ll H le Leh a l t k k hh t 2 tl d 405 U tw Terra . I d d t I lhy College 1874 I d r and Maroon 51 Clapters Il I I pp ll-Pr-"d nt q, ,f Sl 'T' in H ., u 0, ,. g. 1 .UL '4 115, ill Back Row: I. Bailey, D. Barry, R. Brown, W. Buckley, R. Buxton, F, COHDDY, I. Dedrick. Third Row: E. Deeter, R. Devor, V. Duling, T. Dworak, F. Fuller, W. Gayer, W. Lear. Second Row: D. McCracken, H. McCulla, H. Marsh, I, Marvin, I. Mulvey, C. Neal, T. Noble. Front Row: C. Ostenberg, P. Oxley, A. Reddish, S. Selzman, I. Selzer, I. Stevenson, R. Wohlers. Jim 0,703 held fha! like ihia gem vefzballq undviqmwunly with Aeven on the uwuitq Iontbnli . Jhey. fhebi. m.em.6eJuL nn, flze team by bnfuwwbzq the .l!1:Cf0ll.y bell be- Iofze the Jtallq-flume dwlul ,Yau Umeqcu. Jhue lellzu uuudly ln Pali Sci becauae they have n ' bl the .911 fact fhlzee nf, fllebz, ' blwfhefu. became. qcwmnofux of Webnmka. 1433 R Street Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Sky Blue and Gold 94 Chapters Thomas Dworak-President ,Yau Umeqa SENIORS Robert Brown .. . . . Gresham Thomas Dworak .. .. Lincoln Hlbert Reddish . Hlliance Robert Wohlers .... Rock Rapids, Iowa IUNIORS Donald Barry .... . . Norfolk Robert Buxton . Lincoln Thomas Noble . . Lincoln SOPHOMORES William Gayer . Plattsmouth Charles Neal Lincoln FRESHMEN Iack Bailey .... Lincoln Winton Buckley .York Frank Collopy .. Scottsbluff Iack Dedrick . .. .... Sidney Eugene Deeter . . Lincoln Robert Devor . ....... Omaha Van Duling . .Lincoln Fred Fuller . . .Lincoln William Lear Plinsworth Dale McCracken . .Lincoln Herbert McCulla .. Lincoln Harry Marsh, Ir. Omaha Ioseph Marvin . .Lincoln Thomas Mulvey Lincoln Clive Ostenberg Scottsbluff Philip Oxley Lincoln Sidney Salzman .Hinsworth Iohn Selzer ...... Scottsbluff Iohn Stevenson . Scottsbluff mia: f , I f, 0 . gb' 4' 1 X . 6 X 1 12. r Ku' rr mn . ,fff , -:ww-Q ff,, I.. i f - zagwrfi , Y i'f1i'i"f7f , , -f, , w g' if :ffl 5 , Z' i 6 ,QW fi' A elf, W x 4' ,f ff' W .we F fu-J Back Row: D. Bauman, I. Briese, V Dissmeyer, Second Bow: S. Fuller, H, Heuke, H. Schricker. Front How: E, Spencer, O. Wall, N. Witt, R. Yen. IUNIOBS Baymond Hcuke Tecumseh SOPHOMORES Donald Bauman Gothenburg Irvin Briese Bartlett Bobert Yen North Platte FBESHMEN Virqil Dizssrneyer Holmesville Sterling Faller Falls City Richard Schricker Grand Island Edwin Spencer Broadwater Dean Wall Davenport Norman Witt Syracuse Page 223 348 North 14th Street Founded ut University of Illinois, 1925 Red and White 8 Chapters Irvin Hriese-President fir' 02114 6'lv1l2ffff' DI Bda ' Wm' Jhzhyaanflmtgntajzhpledquhavn bmnmaqnnilmbbactivu, lolz fhaqbn takuubviv m ' '11, fhatxputlz, nuuL1ump.ed.fh.aDz.nldm.4., ' whenfheqnubtwnbmflmacthfgqnncfza- hbn. Jim 4izldedtoApJabzqla11.oJz and fluuh 6'12.fa.SQA,tzabtq . Beta, to famlebnatafhnzh, ' 6hafztmQuqbanqu.afaf'72a6JzaAlta. 4. A if i 5 ii X I l Y i 44121111 492111 Klwnffw vi J BGR IUNIORS Edward Robinson ,,,,,,A,,,,,,, Waterloo SOPHOMORES Robert Coonley .,,,,,, ,.....,,,,,,,,, B eatrice Harlan Helgerson..Mitchell, So. Dak. Robert Hicks ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,........,,,,,,,. Omaha Neal Ienkins ..,,..,,,,..., ,,,,,,,,, H umboldt ..........Omaha Richard Klopp ., Eugene Merchant ,,,,,,,. ..........Omaha Dean Neill ,,,ee,,,,,,, ,,,,,e,,,, Omaha Willard Olson .. ,,,,,,,,,.. ...7..., . Omaha Robert Schulte .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Syracuse Laurence Stoner ,,.,,. Watson, Missouri jhzlupzalaflmfnfaa didnifalmanq . , . notion ' w fvmolmm ' Back Row: W. Boss, W. Boydston, R. Changstrom, K. Christensen. Fifth Row: R. Coonley, B. Hawkins, H. Helgerson, R. Hertzler. Fourth Row: R. Hicks, C. Hoffman, N. Ienkins, R. Kloop. Third Row: E. Merchant, G. Miller, D, Neill, W. Olson. Second Row: G. RaineyS 1Reinhard, E, Robinson, R. C u te. Front Row: I. Smedley, L. Stoner, I. Yeager, 1515 R Street Founded at Miami University, 1839 Blue and Pink 91 Chapters Eugene Merchant-President Beta jlmfa pi FRESHMEN William Boss ...... .. .... Humboldt William Bodyston.Detroit, Michigan Robert Changstrom .................. Omaha Kenneth Christensen .. ....... Tekamah Bill Hawkins ...,.., ..,............. F iler, Idaho Robert Hertzler .......... ............ L incoln Charles Hoffman . .... .......... . Omaha George Miller ........ ...,. Papillion Gene Rainey ........... . ............ Omaha lohn Reinhard ...... ..................... L incoln Iohn Smedley.. ..... Denver, Colorado Iohn Yeager .. ........................... Lincoln wivm zwm fhabrflmcaholzifwzddidzv ' D1 ihebzpowmtomakeillqdfnffhabz ' "5'lonzqnwun2loieIpa1utq.Jl1nq fluhtuna, but ' ' and bandzx. Bad: ' , flu: Beta pledqu. , ,and,,tzuL awaqnmz 'Wlodall ,av-1 8 . 0 V . - LY li-Nv I K,i.ff' ' 1-. .4 WM mffff' 6'lU1Pf'U' D! Malia ' 1' lf. Nfl HI tt u few of the I d d N X k U 1907 Old I Id d R I I pl 49 Ll- : d licrnie Urich recall winner I tl IJ I sg 1 ll hplcy And the Delta Sigs are proud of evervone of them! 6?1znAidanL,v1kn-pxzcaidantalzalbnmdq. 4u.o.cn,1:and1klato,nLQnlfa.5iqma.pL fluhy.ea1zwaA Burnie Tllulch. Jlukman witlaflmflumntoppnuhozuhaakepfup fhatlaatcfznitqapbuffflwuqlzhnwaailm nnlq Qnlta Sig nn mmpua. Bfwtlum alunm in the ufwica lwwn Iazptflmba rfuzdd qoadbq Aubufulinq to fluz dollaa nnwn1lu:lub,n1zfluzlwuA1zfhal 10mfwillb1uM WHS Back Row: H. Allen, G. Ehlers, E. Hibbcxrd. Front Row: L. Kops, I. Van Home. 2fowztbnQi4fh.uhhJm,mcumhqfha QzltA.wzd.fhub,pa1etzh!1Zq,fohowz, damn. Bufflmbrrxoakzllbmdaunft haunmzqtinuzl0mlfa4manqaQnlf l1.dd,l26MA.QddwdlfI7lDll.QfllHll0IllLD.Ltfl with. Juz4u.Lf4,. dqzdamni Ahnwnnfl1.unlalhu,buffh.eqwmQ ago. Jim malta noi nnlq buy bnndA but bntwmn than blwflzelm D1 a band Dgpwwwlflfandafq. 5210 .7411 fhallfffl D! malta .Yau malta SENIORS Gordon Ehlers ,, Edwin Hibb ard ,,,,,, ,,.. V .V ,Rapid Cityy Iohn Von Home Hugh Plllen Lyle Kops ,, JUNIORS SOPHOMORES 1433 R Street Founded at Bethany College, Purple, White and Gold 76 Chapters Gordon Ehlers-President mmm Khaptm pg malta ' 1701 E Street Founded ut Williams College, 183-l YW Gold and Blue GRQDUQTES M. Grant Mauk . Lincoln SENIORS Hugust Chrislenson .Colon Nelton Fresenborg Gothenburg Iohn Hardy . Omaha Leslie Iolinston Central City IUNIORS Dean Kratz Sidney Bob Meyer Superior Robert Wilkins Geneva SOPHOMORES Roy Snyder Lincoln lame-s Tagader Superior FRESHMEN Qrthur Mauk Tabor G. Lyndon O'Dell McPaul Ronald Rosenau Geneva Oscar Swanson Loup City li :lc ll A. Ch '.1en.'on, N. Fresenborg, I Hardy, L. Iohnston, D. Kraiz. ' , . mfiucgxll llow Mg Mrgiuk, A. Mauk, B. Meyer, G. O'Dell, R. Rosenau. 62 Llmptu-5 I Front Row. ll Snyder, O. Swanson, I. Taaader, R. Wilkins. john Hug-dy-Pregldent 913, alw wlw and, I ' flmnwflwmbzflmmapvf t l!mQ'llZ.Jh.eqluwwfluzwaqfva L Qllihcwdzhfhnauqhhzhlandmpa- l uftq,andaicco ' ihunnwihazm fluzbmpwitha ' lrulletuzpprm. Jhuh Jlallowxzmpaniq ' lunzbwzuwalbwhzkhfhuw ,wwmthaitlwilmQ'llZm.e1maI!4md offh1l1wn1:.laC4oumnAhY1lindfh.un vnflmico1uwzof77ihandj 777 dltzha pu fhaptm of till. Te Back Row: A. Beindorfi, I, Burt, B. Carlson, I. England. Front Row: R. Koefoot, R. Stone, R. Tongemun. jlmlfappajzyawmnallablagxzfhzh ' yum ' atflmba ' ' paJr.tum'. unninfhzkwnlzyzaathzqlceptthat ' .4pDultbumu2zq,.Jnzunen.lq,, flmAnf9zafgzllaAfunn2dnuf1znmau.e lnJzfl1.u9zb1ypaJztiupffhn1pzaJz,buf iw1znnow,flwuqlzin numbma, fll2y9l.QAfliUllDAfdiIlflldfgdlll.0Ll.d -5i41f1ll'2- 1141 H Street Founded at University of Virginia, Red, White and Green 110 Chapters Richard Koefoot-President 1869 I lUNlORS Iohn Burt .. .......,..,...,..,.,, .Hlbion Richard Koelool. . ........ Broken Bow SOPHOMORES Flrt Beindorff ,...., , .,,, ,..,,...,,...., L incoln Richard Stone ...... ......... , . .Comstock FRESHMEN Burdette Carlson .......... ,........ Fl xtell Iohn England . . ............ Qxtell Robert Tcmgemcm .. ,. ..... Omcxhcx awww aww gfmpm pg Flu' Malta jlmfa f t SENIORS Iohn McCarville . . . . .Omaha Iohn Wells . . . . .. Oshkosh IUNIORS Richard Hay . . . . Lincoln Thomas McCarville . .Omaha Iames McEachen . . ,,,, .. Lincoln SOPHOMORES Robert Creutz . . .. .. .. . Wausa Randall Keough . . LeMars, Iowa Douglas Nelson . .Wausa FRESHMEN Richard Capek . ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, L incoln Robert Danley .. DeWitt Roy Dinsdale . . .Palmer Robert Hahn . - . .. .Fremont Richard Lamberty . . Fremont Dan Lilly ,,,,,,,, . , . Lincoln 1515 R Street Founded at Miami University, 1848 ff A Blue and white Back Row: R. Capek, R. Creutz, R. Danely, R. Dinsdale, R. Hahn. 106 Chapters Sc-Co d Row: R. Hay, R. Keouqh, R. Lamberty, D. Lilly, I, McCarville. Thgn-ms Mccgrville-Prgsident rl'ront Row: T. McCarville, I. McEachen, D. Nelson. I. Wells, 9nmdmtvA.aaptbrmw11hth.uh hu! ' adivu, Phi. QQLL Imatnuttluuhnwnhlnannflwu ivmq Imp. Qnaqbniubuauuoffhuh mu- .d.l:CLlIftlf2I1fflldf,fh.Qd.Qg2lbAdh.Qd.ll0.dlfd Aanhwzp. mlm pazztuus, pwuax, and Wm " 'mumphimmm wmpmum ' awww 40102 A142 nzxfzfealz, Lrzcauuflm Phi Walla 1011161 watdrinq you fzwm tluzf ghzu hon! luuum. Page 229 if I ' X 1 Yylff' ll 'I U INT. .f fl" ,f l L ,ff f A,5Z'am6dn Wu of ik oy , W EXRA. I ,xo -'v .1 M T phi 9 malta . Qi!! Q, xi x X tif' rl f .X gl, J, , Back Row: H. Andersen, W. Berner, W. Bierman, I, Bryant, T. Cornish, T. Dillon, R. Dilsaver. Third Row: V. Gaddis, L. Gartner, I. Grittin, D. Hendrickson, H. Iacobsen, I. Iensen, R. Leger. Second Row: I. Lukens, R. Major, M. Mauser, D. Morgan, M. Nigh, C. Peterson, L. Ramer. Front Row: G, Rouze, D. Scharmann, W. Scheurich, G. Schroeder, D. Stonecipher, D. Taylor, V. Tyler, W. Zinn. tguziffnpnovnihatwnmcndo nun j1Qfdt,ihaPlzi 5401.6 ranmmdwiflzihuh mn Pwztqmzdbwzhdfhagabb .cnf.e1ztl1.e.Sadz?z Jbwkbu Guy luwz, m tluzpwuxudvf ' . But zwfu wzu lim Willggvu liq-1211-3127 Jw:- Azbn-wlulr:h,fh.2q.lufduzd.nu.LoL fluuh, llmntqand ' fowbzmzcondphzca 1425 R Street Founded at Washington and Jefferson University, 1848 Royal Purple and White 74 Chapters Harold Andersen-President SENIORS Harold Plndersen ......... .....,. ......... O m ah: Russell Leger .......... .. ............, Burcharc Max Nigh ................................, ,..., K earnej William Zinn .................. Sioux City, low: SOPHOMORES Waldean Bierman .... Kensington, Kansa Vaughn Gaddis .............................. Omahc Iimmie Iensen ........... .... . .. .. .Big Spring Donal Morgan ...... . .... .. ............. McCoof David Stonecypher ..... ..... N ebraska Cit' Donald Taylor .................................. Lincoli Varro Tyler ........... .Nebraska Citj FRESHMEN William Berner ..... .. . .. . ....... .Omahc lack Bryant ................... .............. T ekamal Thomas Cornish ............ ................. O mahc Thorne Dillon ................... .Nebraska Citj Richard Dilsaver ...... Kensington, Kansa: Lee Gartner ......... ......................... L lncolr Bill Griffin .................................... David Citi Donald Hendrickson .... Lake Charles, La Harold Iacobsen ...... ..... S ioux City, Iowc Kimberly Lukens ., ..................... Tekamal Ralph Major ............. .......... C ulbertsor Murl Mauser ............... .. ..... Big Spring: Charles Peterson .... . .. ......... Omahc Leo Hamer .........,... .. .... .Omaha Gordon Rouze .. ...... . .. .lmperia Darrell Scharmann .. . North Platte William Scheurich ...... . ........ Imperia Gaybert Schroeder .... ........ I mperia mlm alum Khaptm pg Mu' Fu' 'Q ,352 ' 249 .x A Baclc flow: P. Andersen, T Barton, C. Drake, P. Foe, l. Frerichs. Second How: T. Green, H Hamilton, F. Hecox, I. Henlcle, R. Koch. Front How: ET Larson, W. Long, L. Romine, W. Rotton, R. Srb. Cdlwuwm, flwuzi, zz, Wal PAL flwuz2L uluzzup brznplbuh dfzdbmlzqpnnqaun- hm thia yum they ' ' ' flu: 'khdom Mzathm m not-they alwaqa lwwn wwlllld many an wunqbwuzaclm 112 muy fa lLQ.CD4Il13.QflLQ 67l1.iJ7A1'0'Zaq-bu! Huh thru, 113 a nava- papm. 'LIWZZ Pla' Pm nnclou imma ' with. zach, rzdzhlm. 625 North 16th Street Founded at Washington and Jefferson University, 1852 Red and Green 52 Chapters Ernest Larson-President Paqe 231 .unify SENIORS Charles Drake .. ,..,. .... ,......,. L i ncoln Ernest Larson ..... .. .... ....... F remont IUNIORS Pete Foe .. .. . . .. Lincoln Fred Hecox . . . . . Cozad SOPHOMORES Peter Ptndersen . . Minden Lloyd Rornine . .. Palisade William Rotton .... . Lincoln Rudy Srb . . . . . . . .....Omaha FRESHMEN Terry Barton . .,... Lincoln lohn Frerichs . Lincoln Thomas Green .. Lincoln Robert Hamilton . Petersburg lames Henkle . , . ...Lincoln Richard Koch . . . Lincoln Walter Long . Grand Island ,I l A lambda or eww of ' ,f ' .gf Back Row: I. Becxr, A. Briggs, I, Chadderdon, E. Cizek, R. Gillcm. R :R.H'hC,MC O.MG' L.M . Second ow cxnisc , c oy, c uire, orrow Front Row: R, Porter, R. Scholtz, G. Shestcxk, I. Weesrier. 7945 bfzpuqhf fha 5052 bad: fn 'Ll'7l . 'Wlaltenhvnynafmofwadznq Qmfuuluzdnutfnmalmuplan lou tbne. Jn Alan! the Bnwmq Ball Jwllbrq aqaQz,.flr.eymadeb1qp.lanA fm iluwz ffradztznnalpafztypftluz 42411. Jluz jel- laammdlemmmtlmnrzdnufanudaiflm Aawdzuffvdzowihe flzaffluz iniceln- b1zatafhuh52ndann1bnMaf:.qnn . 635 North 16th Street Founded at University of Alabama, 1856 Violet and Gold 114 Chapters Jim Weesner-President ,auto SENIORS Iomes Weesner, . ,,,,.,,,.,, Red Cloud Chester McCoy , ,,,, ,,,. Springview IUNIORS Iames Chadderdon H ,, . , ,, Lincoln Robert Gillan ., , ,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,.,, Lincoln SOPHOMORES Iames Beard ..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,..,,... L incolri Hrch Briggs ,,,,,,,, ,Tekamah Edward Cizek . ,,,, ,,Hastings Lester Morrow , , , , Wakefield Raymond Scholtz , , ,, H ,,,,,,,,, Hastings George Shestok ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, H Lincoln FRESHMEN Richard Hanisch , ,, ,,,,,,, Myles McGuire ,, , ,, Robert Porter , ,Rockville Hlliance , ,, Hlliance .ex , S7 ' SFA NF 9 , 1 X M. , 'gf ,fv- s,. D ,aygq jluzu Sammy bmp HIL! in 'Zuild H,CLU.flQlllddQDffZlUlf2l2 andwlulenbr- rmumfhaqiuzalneadqdlzazvn up fluuh ,mmfwan 50971 lwuu plum. 'Winan- wh1Za,fluzgSamnu?zAnnzampuAmwza41z tngdihnf 'ynandnldganqntogafluzlz aqmhwhnnthebzfvzataanitqbnoflmnalh khak1'andbI1uz delay nn Jwuta af Jbzcnln. Jhue SEIFZIHIGZH ww achbm,bufthaqb.ep1nd42dfo lwldon bthntSd'm4p1hit. 5zynznUn1ic1zonKlzap.taAnf I dd C illg fN Xkl09 h Q n d g gl 1 ll IS wpfmfpwn ffmpw vi Back Row: I. Abdnor, G. Bartek, I. Bell, D. Bloss, M. Bowhay, D. Brown, R. Brown. Third Row: I. Caredis, P. Fredrickson, A. Gilmore, K. Headrick, R. Houtchens, I. Iohnston, I. Keifer. Second Row: L. Kelson, P. Mack, S. Martz, D. Pegler, M. Pesek, E. Sass. Front Row: S. Seaton, Strahcm, V. Van Ornam, R. Van Sant, I. Wallin, I. Yanney. F1442 Q Mwlfdgzwllwvf .sw 6'hu,!mnvnn1nfhu7zluzAf,tzled4aleA- A.0m,fheqwuzfauqhffob1nnfhnlonk- nut lm. a, Aw -no p.e2uwnaL ' bwnlunal., of muM.e-but fha, with Apfuhq, the action tank num with iluuh dbmclzdancewzddwufhat fltddllblldfiw vf5i4mdL'lu1 1510 Vine Street Founded at Miami University, 1855 Blue and Gold 98 Chapters James Abdnor-President SENIORS Iames Hbdnor.. .. Kennebec, So. Dak. Rodger Houtchens. Greeley, Colorado Stanley Martz .. .. . .................. Hyannis Earl Sass ..... . .... . . .... Pierce Robert Wallin . .. . ..... Omaha IUNIORS Iames Caredis. . . . . .. Grand Island Robert Van Sant. .. .Lincoln SOPHOMORES Gordon Bartek . . .. ..... Lincoln Iohn Bell ...... . ....... Guide Rock Dale Bloss . ..... .. .. ......... Wayne .........L1ncoln Darrell Brown . . Philip Fredrickson .. . .... ....Va1ley Iarnes Iohnston .... . . ..... . . .Lincoln FRESHMEN Marvin Bowhay . . . .. .Liberty Roy Brown . 1'-lrvid Gilmore .. .. Kenneth Headrick .. William Keifer, Ir. .. .. ....... BOsiW1Ck Grand Island .. ..... Superior ..........Fremont Lee Kjelson ..... . . ..... .Strornsburg Patrick Mack . .. ..... .Scottsbluff Don Pegler . ., .. ...... ......... L incoln , ,.Detroit, Michigan Martin Pesek.. Sterling Seaton ........ ...... . .. Hemir1giOI'd Iames Strahan .. ....... .. . .......... WCIYHG Vernon Van Ornam ..... . Superior Iames Yanney .. ........ ......... L incoln Page 235 u flu .Quia of .551 1- ' ,'-'f- y X -SQ' 194 Q 1 ' l ' df 1 I ,Q 'l fQ' 9 S 4 ' 0 ' 2 O SENIORS Iames Hlexander . . .. . . . .. ,Lincoln Richard Batchelder. . .. .. Cheyenne, Wyoming Melvin Hermsmeyer . . . .. ,,,.. . ,,,,..,,...,,. Scotia Ward Quilter ..,,, . .. . . ,,,...... Lincoln IUNIORS Donald Chapin .. . . . . . Casper, Wyoming SOPHOMORES Owen Cole . . .. . ,..,., Emmet Stewart Harrison .McCook Harold Harshaw ,..,, . Denver, Colorado Marvin Hester . .,,, ..-Lincoln Stanley Mark.. Garden Grove, Iowa David Russell .. . . . .........McCook Robert Samardick . . .. . t.,t... Omaha FRESHMEN Robert Cole . ,,,,, .. . . Earl Comerford Clifford Holmes ,,,,, Burton King ,,,.,, ....,,. William Koehn ,,t,., . .. ,.,,, Emmet .. ..,..... .....,, L incoln Fairbury Marysville, Kansas ...Lincoln iff 'ff 3ZiTe'iT1wllSi2r'i'f. 'i "t"" i1il2ZZlf'. 6, ' s, Jlm51yma7ZuAlmallqA.cnfnulab,eam ,g nflighlllwm limba wlziteA.iaA!o1Yhuni- nate fluuh 'UMM muff" Q iv 0- i if 3 6 I ' ,V Q xl Q N ll I I in 5 Back Row: l. Alexander, R. Batchelder, D. Chapin. Filth Row: G Cole, H. Cole, E. Comerlord. Fourth Row: S. Harrison, H, Harshaw, M, Hermsmeyer. Third Row: M. Hester, C. Holmes, B. Kina. Sc-cond Row: W. Koehn, S. Mark, W. Qullter. Front Row: D. Russell, R. Samardlck. S. Warren, R. Wible. 625 North 16th Street Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Black, White and Gold 87 Chapters Donald E. Chapin-President compa- tlltlbn. drmzulbzqinfzulanwaflittlepzya goin ,buithzhlfltlaplywud tofluzihma dbmm-bzladlmwmilmdbwm. 1551? gsf 5 51' Sr! 12341 , mmm fhaptm of Wu' fwilv Y. K . , ,161 i ' Y i i rr .. u R , .j:. I .v ltr t f 5' ,H ' ",. . - I :" " A 51,51 V 5 71. ir? ,Sir -.v, i ' - ,V Q. ',-: 1 ai - ' A . . .. A L I I' ' . W L . R t if ' W ' I is -i" ' ""' I L - ' A V, 6 We S .,.:., i E 1 'i""i J li..4si f I? 3 :-- . - . f r R I iitt titnnn I - . . . . . . ' if I I -1 .1 we .1 'af , sf I , R I I er-, E- I .A r ':-, I5 is . V i n .?t ,,-,k , wi., lm sg ? R f 'E' Back Row: R. Battles, T. Bauer, H. Becker, R. Biemond, I. Binkerd, F. Dancer, G. Dixon, S. Felker. Fourth Row: M. Franklin, I, Frans, D. Fristo, Gaebler, R. Gembol, K. Harrell, D. Hasselbalch, R. ast rt. Third Row: B. Hecht, A. Holmes, D, Iay, R. Koubek, R. Kratochvil, E. Lawson, K. Leatherman, T. Mickey. Second Row? R. Mountlord, H. McGee, B. McDowell, W. Olney, D. Portwood, I. Riley, H. Schwamb, Front Row: R. Smith, H. Stokely, I. Stoetzel, E. Strickland, C. Thompson, C. Thomsen, R. Woltc. dllAunwMaaida,flm5Lhfp41pm1o wdh .Buf gafupbzfluznwlzninq- ' fluzdawn ilzebzb mofuuhq lmwm luwnnl ' limb: ' Ilona ' Ifh 6'lu.aJ9al:.tqwaAiJmdzHonally . jim fpa led flu: in the Illllllbfllbf ' who fluuh actzbm have a lmald-and wanfnmzfon. 601 North 16th Street Founded at Richmond College, 1901 Purple and Red 73 Chapters Gene Dixon-President SENIORS Howard Becker, ,.... ..,.Los Angeles, California Gene Dixon ..,.,......, Robert Hastert ...... , .... , .. ...Superior . , , ,...Shelby Frank Kratochvil .. ..., Osmond Harry McGee ,,,... . ,. ..., Omaha IUNIORS Raymond Koubek . A nold SOPHOMORES Frank Dancer .... .. ..,, ,,,,,, , Trvon Duane Hasselbalch Boyd Hecht .,,,,,,. . Alvin Holmes ., Iames Riley ,,,..... Robert Wolfe . . .. .. St. Edward . .York Ashland ...Howe . Omaha FRESHMEN Richard Battles ,,.. Thomas Bauer ,,,, Raymond Biemond Iames Binkerd . Stewart Felker . . Marvin Franklin . Iames Frans ...... . Derald Fristo .. Walter Gaebler Robert Gembol ,. Kenneth Harrell.. ,. Donald Iay .. Edwin Lawson . ,,.. Keith Leatherman Thomas Mickey Roaer Mounttord . Ben McDowell . , Ward Olney .. ..... .. David Portwood Halbert Schwamb Richard Smith Harry Stokely ,....... Isadore Stoetzel ...... Ed Strickland . .... .... . William Thompson . . Charles Thomsen .. Genoa ,.Wray, Colorado , ,.... ,, Ord ....Wakefield .. ,. Hastmqs . .. .Wallace . , .. Union .. ,..Dickens . .. .. ...Winside ., , .Columbus Denver, Colorado . ,. , Ainsworth . . Genoa ,.,. Tecumseh Osceola . .. Reynolds , .Reynolds ., . .. Lincoln ...Davenport , Lincoln ., ..... Osceola . .. Lincoln .......,,,,....Hastings .. ......,, Plattsmouth . . Red Oak, Iowa . North Platte V 1 'Q 4. 1, ez- C J 335 . A X . if, , .Q . ' Q 'lf-'Sf is 'fl N Q x sb, 1' xx . M'-f. 1' W tc ,Q ka? , 'C' 4 ' ..: I Back Row: R, Brown, R. Gravatt, D. Hanson, R. lohnson. Second Row: A. Kopf, N. Lucas, R. Nelson, R. Reed, Front Rowi C, Robak, H. Saunders, D. Walsh, L, Wmler, Jlmtq Xiia :wt n tdeplwmz numbm, .6ufflz1zfhun:zwwundwlu1'lzih12lv.llaA Flndqu pfuwzdrzd fill! flzwupvlzfahnn nnaunln nrtwn when they hbnfonmlwlulyhouuzhawnnden mah: , Tfnof ' wifhbr fiu.cdaqA,1mhuzntoJhizlf1jC1p.Zed4aA." Mandel: whaf!lmmuduzqmAfwaA? 1504 S Street Founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1864 Blue and White 38 Chapters Harry Saunders-President Page 237 WM EPAUDI1 Khdpfm D! SENIORS Richard Nelson , - Curtis IUNIORS Harry Saunders Valley SOPHOMORES Richard Iohnson Burwell FRESHMEN Richard Brown Wymore Robert Gravatt Brock Donald Hanson Burwell Ravon Kopl Eddyville Ned Lucas Unadilla Robert Reed . Burwell Cleo Robak Duncan Dale Walsh Hlexandria Le-Roy Wittler ,Winside Q I I O Back Row: H. Aarstad, C. Axthelm, R. Batchelder, G. Bosma, G. Dixon. Seventh Row: C. Gleason, R. Green, C. Hagee, A. Harper, R. Hay. Sixth Row: F. Hecox, M. Hermsmeyer, D. Iohnson, D. Kling, F. Kratochvil. Fifth Row: R. Krenz, E. Lampshire, N. Lanspa, G. Liggett, I. Linch. Fourth Row: C. McCoy, H. McGee, W. Mahan, N, Morrow, P. Munson. Third Row: R. Nagel, R. Nelson, T. Novicki, B. Pahl, M. Peselc. Second Row: W. Steen, I. Sweeney, R. Tangeman, G. Ulrich, I. Weesner. Front Row: H. Wegener, W. Whin, R. Wilson, V. Wolfley, D. Yates. X1 FM Wu Clayton Axthelm ..,...,. .. ..... Gothenburg Albert Harper .,...............,., ' ,- Earl Lampshire Norman Lanspa .,....... Iack Linch ......,,... , Chester McCoy Harry McGee William Mahan B d IHC G ri e ort Neale Morrow ..... g p Richard Nelson Oelwein Iowa .....................L1ncoln .,......David City .. ..,.....Morrill .Springview . . .Lincoln .. ..............Curtis Benjamin Pahl ....,,., . ...., Eddy Oklahoma William Steen ....... .. . . .Scottsbluff Georae Bosnia .,.. Grand function, Colo. Gene Dixon .... ,. .. . .... ...Superior Charles Gleason ..... Holyoke, Colorado Richard Hay ...., .,..... . ,... .. Lincoln Melvin Hermsmeyer ..,...... . ..,,.... Scotia Donald Iohnson.. . Tyler, Minnesota Donald Kling .... , ..,.. . ,... .Wahoo Iames Kratochvil .,.. ., . Osmond Robert Naael ,..... Grand Iunction, Colo, Vern Wolf ey .......,. Laramie, Wyoming FRESHMEN l Iames Sweeney ........ Lodi, California Hubert We-gener ..... .... A rnarillo, Texas Woodrow hin .......... . ..... Quinc , Mass. Robert Wilson ..,... Wheatland, W oming Delifl Yates ,............,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , lincoln SOPHOMORES Howard Aarstod ........,,,............. Lincoln Richard Batchelder., . .Cheyenne-, Wyo. Robert Green ....... . .. Carl Haqee ....., Fred Hecox .,.......,. .. Robert Krenz. ..,..,.. . Georae Liaaett . .... Philip Munson ..... Thaddeus Novicki Martin Pesek.. . .. .. . Seward . .............Nemaha Cozad Mendota, Illinois .. ...,. .. .Lincoln Gardner, Mass. ...New Haven, Conn, .Detroit, Mich, Robert Tanqemanrvrrw Georqe Ulbrick. ., .. ..,. .. . .... .... O rnaha . ..... .Nebraska City 'l7ZaAf,aeo,ala,aulIAffuh44fa42tplacu, butfhnapyfallaameltalyprlllnlawteeth andqefiluz 'nofbzbzqflmgzp ,tubal on . dlonq with ' Imubnal' , the 31224 wmahonqlqhfaannnfuuhhged - icbmnapnnvmbyfhabr w ' .f0.CQf2.6ltdf.Qfll.2.2IldDf.2XdIll lbzala wnmfmflm 635 North 16th Street Founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1889 Lavender and Cream Chet McCoy-President lwuu- ,. Qt.. WN ff' 'nw QB mPh4.7fl2ffll'haPfW'0f Back How: A, Bondarin, M. Bordy, I, Chesen, G. Cohn, 1. Epstein. Second llow. S Finkelstein, S, Goldberq, H. Marer, H, Mozer. Front How: B. Polsky, S. Rodin, H. Sinqer, F. Teller. jmth.e1Jr22ndq.aa1zflm36'JZlzZtcdup il1aln1dA1Zvm4oMrz!fnd1zbn4nibaAflo anaflwz, ' yum. fzukludlqfhaadcbmwzd hold flldff!l0fll2lMAfl2'k.f042fh9J11Ufll.Q may fn0maha? Jl1ouqhllm3dAhangnuf uffhafH,,S'b:.c.ef1:oJuuzl4, lluzqho alwaq.4 brflmlcmtalznlflxinqm 1345 R Street Founded ut City College of New York, 1898 Hlue and Gold 31 Chapters Fred Teller-President Page 739 Hein jau Stuart Goldberg Lincoln SOPHOMORES Hvrum Bondarin Omaha Burton Polsky Lincoln Fredric Teller . Columbus FRESHMEN Marvin Bordy Silver Creek Irwin Che-sen Lincoln Gerald Cohn Omaha Irving Epstein Omaha Sanford Finkelsten Lincoln Harold Mare-r Omaha Harold Mozer Omaha Sydney Rodin Sioux City, Iowa Herbert Singer . Omaha - ' 3 .. ' 5 j ' 3 ' f . f , I sf I - .H u 2 Back Rowi B. Alberty, S. Antholz, A. Arner, E, Bahensky, V. Benesh, B. Biba, C. Blum, M. Camp, M. Castner, I. Chilauist, V. Chilquist. Sixth Row: R. DeLong, E. Demos, C. Eby, M. Eloe, T. Evans, R. Felker, N. Fey, M. Finley, S. Friedly, L. Fritz, B. Gaeth, Filth Row: M. Hamilton, A. Hasty, K. Hayes, D. Hennings, M. Heulrgionn, I. Hillebrandt, B Hurlburt, E. Huttenmaier, G. Iergensen, D, Kelly, M. ennedy. Fourth Row: P. Leach, O. Lehmer, I. Lindberg, I. Lock, B. Long, M. Long, F. Longfellow, F., Lukasiewiez, I. Mclfflhaney, M. McKenzie, M. Mahoney. Third Row: M. Nelson, V. Nelson, M. Nickerson, L, Nygren, I. Olson, A. Peck, N. Percival, V. Pester, A. Peterson, B. Petersen, M. Peterson. Second Row: D. Ruse, B. Russell, F. Scherff, F. Shimerda, M. Slemmons, A. Smith, I. Sorensen, M. Srb, A. Stava, A. Stoll, M, Stych. Bottom Bow: G. Tusha, D. Ulrich, I. Upton, N. Vastlne, P. Verzani, B. Voss, S, Wade, B, Wagqoner, B. Wallerstedt, K. Wenk. 540 'flolzflz 1611112 flmmod' ,llvflllbll an mzralla, wldfll2.Cdll.d.Q,Df mwumzbfluzmauvf Atco.edAwlwtcallfhLfxlwm.a. jluz ' onnncmntbuwuafaahzbn flmnuqhnultlmdaqwrdnzla ' w11h.1JzD:.lAh4wnateM, ' inionto ' ' Mackwzd ' bltoflwum ' Jnmmq ' . Page 240 rvvtrmrlfl lf How ll Chrlsztrfnsson, N Clements, I Cooper, M Cox, B Crane, I Crawford. lirrw M Globe, ll Golvlrrnsleln, li Graham, I Grrrnes, l. Gulldner, II Hoeker How I3 Kmnfzy, L Kmnrry, H Koen, V Kfmvmxk, N Lugo, S Lasher. nurlh llnw N Map:-sz, I Mctlnssrm, H Moyer, M Moclmn, M Mxcholson, I. Nelson Huw C2 Prferrw-, fl Pmrnfbr, Drllurnphroy, M llcockc, M llockcwev, l' Hn 7lI'l!1OYI uw A ilwfrnmfn, I flvvfxnnfnrr, lf 'l'lmrlmr, L Ton:-:ln'7, V. Townsfrnd, I. 'l'w1f'lc r liwltrnn Huw K Wnfklvmx, M Wml:,lwz'rr, I Wmmi, W Woollnsrrr, D Ulronrc, B Ym li fm: lc lnfl, '.' I fif- Sccne of numerous glah fests, bridge sessions and hook Lmcking ure Curric Belle Raymond and Love Halls, bet- lcr known as "thu dorm." llrmf' Ml Un ' N '-. .. -, f A 4 X X jaw Klub Bock Row: E. Bachenberg, E. Baker, F. Baker, M. Behm, E. Bowen, M. Campbell, l. Currison, I. Dishmun, M. Dishmon, E. Edison. Third Row: D. Ekblod, A. Gcirver, B. Griswold, M Hall, B. Huston, I. Kinnie, l... Klein, P. Larson, D. Lemon, M. McCurdy Second Row' P McKinney N Olimqn L O M P R P . . , . , . pper, . etiit, . hillips, M. Priest, D. Reilly, I. Selders, I. Severc, R. Sherbuin, Front Row: M. Sisco, M. Slujchert, R. Stokely, N. Stcub, V, Steurmer, P. Thomas, I. Thrcnlkill, D. Todd, R. Waite, B. Zietilow. ...jhgapaneflmqfhlnwhpzieadqgnt alwund town. 1,1 Jnwna 5'1H513if0mPvMdvf " 447114 :wi br plrqwuzgnd lwuua. Jim i ' w.enfbacA4uifanjZ2wy.eaMund Lamanuf wdhaqaymlmtiu panty wzfhmodafw MMA. Wwnffiau qv! ngffoannaalqdalzfwhmtheqwma announawlatjnwne, 611463, L . Bri ilu. Khanwmnpfnmmmmhm, Azuhndjnwm L'lu6tolm4tzflmmq.af thbzqadnlmhowidfown. OFFICERS NELDA OLTMAN .,.............................. President BARBARA GRISWOLD .............. Vice President ADELAIDE GARVER .......................... Secretary ELEANOR EDISON ............................ Treasure! Page 242 ho1u.eA,bna.4Lof,flw?z,4z7zlA, ' allfluzAiatubzlha7,bubn, buf flu: 9nte1uuzt1b1ml Zlauu 1:5 awnlzld- wzblapfwjad. Jhachmlniatounzleqzhb ofd12len.ud1zacQ,mloJz bdo an onqwulgahbn bnund fogcfhnh by Jhngbtbdmfcdfhzhqemvnnhm- mombua note by npenbzq tluuh luuuuz to iluznamplunnd ' amuufcal tm. zpzanun ,limba luulzukl the Znundatmbn fan apfmqfuzuiun fulwuz. OFFICERS IIAZEI, STEARN .,,, ,,,, ,,.. .......,,,..,,, P r e sident MARGARET IWATA ,.,.,,,, ,,.... V ice President MILIJREIJ REAGAN .. ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, S ecretary - nalllnuu - .Qi I Nz X .2 LL L fi -I . I . ' 33? A. . .,.q .I i I Q 1 Bock Row: C. Bcxeder, G, Beaumont, I. Brown Sixth Row: P. Brunson, W. Comstock, C. Dudley Frhn How E. Glles, M. Hageman L. Hashlbo Fourth Row: F. Inouye, M. Iwata, N. Iuckson I'h1rd Row: M. Kcmmo, C, Kepler, M. Knox Second Row: P. Lowe V Lowe, B. Rccelv. Front Row. I. Suellmcm H Steam, A. Wellensiel. IN-no I i +I rr? I Back Row: V. Hall, M, Lentz, B. Burley, B. Pdlmtcg, I, Fisher, H. Schulte. Second Row: E. Dowler, D. Roesler, I. Moerer, W. Cobe, I. Dunn, L. Iocohson. Front Row: I. Edson, M. Irwin, B. Stehlik, W. Bailey, D. Wolfe. nnpruzafionlh ilmkzguwtevfm mndm 5'fowaadJIalLfn1fl1.e,ezaAiAQ.unn ,ham ' ' the ' A.CllD.ldAfl1'Ll!l.2lld42,0fl . Unflmannialuklc, ldibnn Jfalln the uaapn with a Jlallowmzn , wlule Hom Bnufnn welcomed lan' Bock Row: G. Bowman, M. Cook, M. Dengler, H. Burnett, H. Burnett, H. Ibsen. Third Row: E. Pumphrey, M. Nitz, M Heim, R. Thomsen. Second Row: L, Christensen, I. Didriksen, R. Kellenborqer, S. Hommond. Front Row: H. Mortensen, M. Lee, M, Blecho, E, Christensen. Prrqe , 1' . .. 5 il Page 245 Hom Bnufon Back Row A Reed, B W9InSh9lm, D. Sand, M. Chapek, S. Schellhase. 'I'h1rri How' B. Hubka, I Barta, B I-Iarris. C. Cox Snconrl How G Herclc, S Lexs e, II. Morken, S Coatman, A. MCCOY. I'rrvnI llow. D. Lowery, Bland, G. Peters, P. Mangold. Santawzltha 'n luuhtmaa . Jlulamn 'Q lam bmnm flzatibibmn ' outtalnnnuhilallnndq Kampu. which all gum to pfzom-iii Jmallq n woman!! wzmhi 116.0 Back Row: I. Allaway, B. Ballard, A. Proper, P. Karas, I. Martin, R. Dirks. Second Row: A. Deter, L. Wilterdink, B Doualass, E. Kent, A. Baum, R. Rmne. Front Row: M. Grosserode, L. Everinaham, D. Iesch, H. Fricke, A. Rule. lam Jukzl Jim waaqlmenwifhuwynfflmzlwnh 5t.Paf1:.iclds daqpalztqgD11znb11cZo1m97ZQnwJzz2zl4iaIAafd.q. Jluhlhfhxz f0.llJl.fll1j.QHJ!flldfllDI7l.Q.0.CDll0I'l'll:Cd haven ' the ,fhabtavmaqahmn ' alrjqhplacconfhnarhnlauhzjz . th.u7zhnu1ztA.bztnn1aaditionaIUalantbmtea. dq ,ww- ulkluplentqvfnnnmtoqaplamawzdfhmnqlhb Back Row: L. Kirkpatrick, A. Poole, I. A res, L, Steever, M. Rivett, E. Mumma, E. Skucius, A. Held, H. Freeman. Filth Row: B. Noerenberg, F. Hageman, Olinger, W, Young, M. Helt, M. Pyle, I... French, I. Crom, A. Johnston. Fourth How: V. Bobbiltt, F4 Wolford, E. Green, B. Brass, . Peters, M. Shoup, B. Kovanda, M. Fishwood. Third Row: C. Clifton, S. Kuehl, M, Kuehl, R. Peters, V. Young, D. Weilener, W. Douglas, Y, Nitzel, Second Row: M. Abraham, V. Ebers, F. Arnold, L. Iacobson, A. Sorensen, . Buls, L. Manning, E. Stevens, Front Row: R. Medaris, C. Bridenbaugh, G. Gowen, M. Alma, Mrs, C. E. Walgath, F. Howell, V. Ferris, L. Steyer. Page 246 dgfwwn Palace fn-up 1 Bock Row: R.. Icrogkc, R. Nelsen, I. Cox, T. Thcclen. V Thzrd Row: G. lones, I. Lrnd, E. Gmdoyrll, R. Parsons, R. Hroudu, F. Urbma. Second How: M. Nelson, I, Ullman, E. Dyer, D. Finkner, Pl. Kelsey, M. Clark. Front Row: T. Miyc, H. Blcxser, Mrs. lcrcobs, R. Carey, K. Moore, V. Kemper. Jllouqh!lmugvlhulivn1hflm67alam,tlmqmnmJuhhfdown fomA!hIm!lmMyAkzh67aJzadn.Jh2q1aclcl2dilm1kbzalnuna1 Ioafballl1ZlaandwulkednAfflmfizMwifhf0ufplace. Quinn I2wmup.l2Aqv!iak2nImnlz1blaflmmZafh2BAawn67alaca4am JlLau,Qo.llaAmalcchaqwlzilc!hQnwanAhbmA. Pionmlz 60-up Back Row: M. Hanson, I. Ross, B. Flesher, M. Holcher, A, Noel, C. Gove, R. Tomxch. Third Row: T. Rochforcl, D. Morrison, N. Iohnsorx, I. Whitmore, C. Lantz, H. Teshima, B. Acosta. Second Row: I. Nxelsen, C. Olson, M. Burns, M. Pallas, G. Reed, W. Iensen, M. Hase. Front Row: L, Andersen, D. Miller, C. Pamter, Mrs. Iacobs, L. Krause, B. Chard, T. Vasina. Jlmaegellaauzmnmllqnnflmniqldfmrlfaapfwmn bythe 'Wlaqhzthati wlLen.cAfh.eq4dfhaf,ZaA!J:.apufation. dbnqtl1.aApo1:.tlb1.e!lmg alan placed in bnaluztball and football Flwbablq fhmh homaconuhqdecofzatianlwhanjwzgan koifle and ballad up fluhd pniga to the Pzbnnm fn-pp. 611 611-142 ,fuLd1uM, Aefalmtadandqou can bnlonqto the Kolmlzualwz Lb-ap. Jim londuluuizbnzh nmvfllm o1z4a1u2atzbna4ull27vfflmlallaAmakQlhL4ilzzDz maatbzqplaca, although nnlq Xvlflmlbuknulivrafflmhozur. Jahuuonubbnnpm-uqubitafmnmnwmalupmympiww PIHWWZ HWWMUUHPMUUMWJMH- Bagk Row: I. Wullscbleger, G. We-ndler, R. Lind, R. 171513, R. Smallfoot, S. Bcnlev. Thlrd Row: R. Deguchl, S. Nelson, E. Donahue, S. Damkl, D. Iohnson, I. Basarxch. Second How: L. Davis, I. Sweene , T. Novicki, R. Lowe, D. Sharp. Front Row: I... Harms, G. Sloan, Head, B. Hacker, I. Ishikawa. fhapwm Flo flwm Front Row: Mrs. L. Minier, Mrs. G. Orr, Mrs. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MISS MISS To Row: Mrs. C. Ager, Mrs, E. Brownsori, Mrs. R. Burn, Mrs, M. Coddington, Mrs. O. Copeland, Mrs. M. Cox, Mrs, M. Cushing. SJ 1' . M' .I lM.B. h M.C.K M.M.L M.G.M M.E.M'l. econcl Row Miss M Haubensak, C. FIGER, Sigma Chi E. BROWNSON, Hlpha Omicron Pi R, BURN, International House M. CODDINGTON, Pllpha Phi O. COPELHND, Beta Theta Pi M. COX, Kappa Fllpha Theta M. CUSHING, Hlpha Chi Omega M. HHUBENSHK, Delta Gamma I. ISRFIEL, Sigma Delta Tau MRS. B. IOHNSON, Rosa Bouton Hall MRS. C. KENT, Wilson Hall MRS. M. LEE, Loomis Hall MRS. G. MHYO, Hlpha Xi Delta MRS. .E. MILES, Gamma Phi Beta MRS. MRS. L. MINIER, Phi Gamma Delta G. ORR, Delta Delta Delta MRS. L. POOLE, Howard Hall MRS. C. REYNOLDS, Sigma Phi Epsilon MRS. N. SEFIRLE, Sigma Kappa MRS. E. WIEBUSCH, Chi Omega MRS. R. WHEELER, Pi Beta Phi MRS. M. WHIPPLE, Kappa Kappa Gamma issl srae, rs Io nson, rs ent, rs ee, rs ayo, rs ies L. Poole, Mrs. C. Reynolds, Mrs. N. Searle, Mrs. E. Wiebusch, Mrs. R. Wheeler, Mrs. M. Whipple Kdtlwuqhihebzheaatnnfie will: ilwhpfwtequvn ,hpuumofheu fuzddmpmmmaualaoadinnbzmanq pf. .lbuznlnl nimb naqwugahbm. Un, of ' meala, ' menand wnmeninlbuzmzdadzhqaahontaaam. Jlmq, mm. ' , mwutzlofm, and "97Zoflwm"fn of WZQLAGAAH l Page 250 .Sf1wlanf'Mnion I ii dnu4uzhhlpnMnfal1mmpuA1zZa,w11ha,Qawnw,Qeatun.u added-fluh1lifluz,Sfudent Zlmbn. IZemrznlb.oJzfluzlbmAfn1 hand-wan ayalmttu, tablcapanlm fa mf Aundam nut of mdk- ahaka 4laMu,nndilmmnl1uLbnnfA.alI-.4mvicaafflz2bafa? Bufwrzalmnfmndemmhqzlfmwnhadhnwmnfflurdancbzq, Tradition fell to the coeds' votes, and for the first time in history two queens reigned over the lvy Day court. 1 , ,,.,,., SENIOR ATTENIJANTS Mary Ellen Dewey June Jamieson JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Hazel Abel Mary Ellen Bonebright lNlary Lou Holtz Hazel Steam SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Leslie Cl-otfelty Suzanne Pope FRESHMEN ATTENDANTS lris Baxter Beth Montgomery ZA 27W Ascending the steps toward the throne are the twin May queens, Polly Petty and Janet Hemp- hill. Page 252 s ',. 4 .Q , .4 ESQ' X mx fx Sw Q AX? if . W :-X X. x 3 x X X Q fi f. K A 2 .'x'x , .Nw u xx - Vs. Ko lnto the final stretch, as expectant graduates wait for the beginning of the end-the Commencement program. The University faculty, robed in their respective robes and cowls, prepare to enter the Coliseum. ,. an.. - ir: ,Mlm fg ,f -- If X ' - - , "ff X , ix W vmkf., M .f :-:: A fm A if XE M wx'Z62?4 , A G51 Q W, 'V 31541 rv 5 L , W9 . Q X,-.wgiizf lt? 6, ? ..,X + 5 L. . A ws MQW' QQ W xg? Q' ai fc 5 .4 rm slr... 9 3 V if 3 x 1, as ' 4 I I' Q.-f ' 4 Q , x I A F , 52 f 5 . ,. Nfi 4 6:55 ,Q M .QD . M., . NE X Al lf, 'X X Liga? 43 3 TR Q A .fag ix G -I 3, , N- , ff -' f 'QW-J 4,1 M" f ESSSJEX Sixnwgsvx? 4 , v Q- +121'f:'l 'V' P' 3' U N! Xf'i.lf' Y Q , . 51,43 Q X Q AMWKEQK -,v ,, s 'FQ 3 3 . dam - , Q , -.i : Q 8 Xqyt ? yiigifibfgtglsisggxi lg X R. l Q ' x , wx- wg - '. . . ' 4, 'F W' sg w'wa!r'X, is X ff ' J X 'f'S9'X1'x4v "4-,'if 4. g '?"2 3ff'i PfiQ. - f Q . .. S . I: I A 'L A W A y v . QQ N. " A ji Mt ng i X J' .9"f-ff' 3 ff' In 1 ' if 'sf' F 1' wif 5 5 1' ,fs S H 9' J 6 V c "'. 5 158 " , 5 ff, A '- '3 QP Q' g g A F c 6 rid.:-fbQ A1x,,k'. . 9 x xr ,SRS-em 9- - ' 'gi ""' . ""' 6'-' Ap 5 , x x un .,- - 5 . 1 1 I 1' if M 9 iz X ' 1 A A ' ' A 4' J is ,D , J' 8 Q S X. 'Q ' 1 'A' 'Q'- I 1 I ' is SX MJ J . t fn . M 1' HS' 4 3' if ' S 4 7 A 4 M.. .JS J lt took deep concentration on those Math tests! Everyone in school remembers those grueling Freshman exams, when we poured forth every bit of knowledge we had ever accumulated. Wulf tw' 4' vb .N Vo" E4 W' 1 V nn---.A xx Q wi m t Q S x N ar ' L. c AWN ef . at H 1 4 rt , 'Y' K X M-ss jx X SX? x K ,Wa ,' I ,' ,d vu 4 , 4, V Nt. xx " T ,' ',, ., BV Hx, Q .-1+ A ix? ' . . .. ws: -49. -W' 13 ff :f f?QE i1 sf Q f . . NIJ f Q.,.f - f 3'e1.' 3" W M, - Qtr - 1 MH J ,W .Q N, an ,X "6 H fr' 0 -3 A Gia ,QM ' ' 291- ' A+. , ' 2? 1' f X ' f ' W , xg Q .Q 1 wi f 'X nf 'M mf x Q XE as K X if -Q W an . 2, -v ? 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Rising with the cock's crow the AOP's start off the next Tri Delta gypsy party. We wonder if the Tri Delts always tell day's rushing with a cheerful smile. Breakfasts good, but we their rushees about their general! . . . could use it a little later in the day . . . Page 258 l""T""1 a 6 1 It 5 ,1 A A nik? X' 'X r f f' , Q' 2 , 5 .. X Q Y 634 Q14 -Y I , , 1 Qi 4 - iii'- .- 1 V .www x X X 'S Xf: A X. ff. wi , -- 5 f, 'A A ,W Q A gk . 5 fl F A his x Q X 6 Q, X? 1 X XXX. X X E ...wi wx k.k. , . X is X X-fi T X f ll-J Er X 4 SXXX?-ffi K. 5: X Q ,Y I-Nm ge , gs X1 . X .fi - . K' X FAQS WX . 'Q' X - xx 554 X X x X , X . x ' X 'Kg as - X XS 1 52-Ki X I , I . I mix N , ." 'N 'iss I fn f- P 1 k G 2 W? S-SSX 5 fi, X' X X A ' ' efjgx, is V ' X A ' wg 51 X y - ,Gm 4 s as Q -1' 3. .W Us many auiublefluzdaufwnm ilula gem. fnnzbbuhq the ' and mntunpnfwuf, wg ' fob ' I ldillahm ,dlfzrjnnzplatvnpwzddancad toth:znuuucvfJIwuu1,9wnu, mam 'vn1upm': 'na Giving out with a solid high "CH: Harry James played to the largest crowd we had this year. Known throughout the world for her skill on the violin, Erica Morini played to an appreciative audience. Velez and Yolanda provided variety and entertained us with an evening of colorful dancing. Page 260 if Hd' 'l'otld lluucan's selections from "Porgy lt docsn't pay to have too much on and Hess" along with his magnetic your mind in the presence of Dunn- persoualitx' will ever he reuieiuhered inger. hecause of his zuuazing talent for mind-reading. H? fix- A .gl i Ll sv' 'W We ull hope for a return engagement of the Ink Spots. Leading Metropolitan Opera baritone. Lawrence Tibhet made ai return ap- pearance in the spring with a splendid H performance. Ntfyr- ,lil .QQ Brilliant young pianist, VYilliam Kapell, charmed us with his piano dexterity. Alec Templeton held us spellhound with his combination of the classical and the satirical. 'J-IM' Jackie Scott was crowned Pep Queen and reigned for the evening at the Homecoming dance. Page 262 Mgw g ,.., .. . K X -Q xxx vw, mv: X X K in Q. R ,,,'kei.x v .A X is , -5 - K' :AX x ,' K 1 .Xi x '15, " x LQLA 4 K N LL X gy, wa gf' k Q 1 ,of+:o:Qfb2i3Q:Q, wwf- Q-w'+'.'."'ff Q K .wifwwlw ' Q' ' J.v ', U , , . 'N . S !.'- '. - V- - --N-f' '--- ' f1.,f.1, ,fr1, ,ig 4 3, , w,Q',,, ff ' Q3 ,353 if. Q-5 ,1 ., fe Q V M mm m f ' L b- I A ' X ,, H fm if gg glgufyx 5 - ,4 f xiwugl- - 5 f ,E I SIU il gg Hwg H - - f , .. ...A -...Mx k af-' 1 1 . . , Q s H .. ,i:f-""-. Y , - N , .m,,..ffxx . aw , .X Q ". , H V 5' 4' ' A 'i 1" . . ' ' Ai . W X. mf . R Q X . .. . I W- x. fwf' V ' ' .J e 'K W ' ' K 31 ,LQ ,M .fa W fe i ,W W A MFE E www . Sv S N fi .ff f .i x ,Q 'R Q Wkmyfhg kw 2, wg? 4 as W1 x ,QA ' . K Mk Q N353 - M -- .. if. , .4 f ' Q . Q X L,-4 . V .:. S Q md' ,AP www ww, Za av W, 82 wi Q 3?1j5YE?ff., Q: 5835 AwfwL...J1w, pufnuffluz Maman nag, W a wg, gm- , gm- Yell King, lit-rnie llrich, gnu- his "ull" to AWS liourder und one of the best-dressed Typing :away in the Cornhusker office is the promote spirit on campus this yeur und Nehrusku coeds, Mary l.ou Holtz shoves yeurhoolis ussistamt him inunuger,Nlyrt.lohn- pluyed "Joe College" in his spare time. llirector of llllfll-lllllflll uthleties, Nuvv dent. Hordie lihlers, looks verx "main-uhout town ish" with his pipe amd ull. 151,34-fIl.fi uuother nickel in the Union julie hox. son, who left in llL'Ct?lIll'5C!' to get murried. lluneing ut the Nlortur llourd llull is MB llruin-boy, Ernie Larson. didn't pull down Virginia Stuermer on one of her infrequent his grades studying comics, but he did pull trips buck from Unmlm med school. down wltlf' Show audiences with his singing. al Jaunla, fond fmumnlnu, ' Jha- atefmlz Jn ' n . . Jhcqkmzwrwmq- Student Union Board member and Exhibiting a little "cheesecake," Alpha Chi fun girl "Cac" Curley Tassel, Ag girl Lois Upper must Alpha Phi .lan Campbell pauses on leans over the Ellen Smith balcony have gotten lost to wander so far her way to a Student Union Board just to prove she's not always at Ag down town as Ellen Smith. meeting or the Cornhusker. Campus. Pinmates Phi Cam Varro "Yip" Sophomores Dorothy "Pad" Mastin Taking time out for a short one is Tyler of Publications Board and Phi and Johnny Bell stop outside the DG sophomore Joanne "Funky" Ginny Demel of Tassels look happy Union office. "Pod" is a Tassel and Rapp, who beavers for the Corn- about getting took." Johnny a well-known Sig Chi. husker, WAA. it--.. Phi, Betty Lou Horton, was one the staunch workers on the Pez Conference. Varsity Debate a took a lot of her time. New Coed Counselor president 5 zanne Pope stops for Hash outs Sosh just to prove she does go classes between activities. P41 1.- 126351 bndy .wmqbndg .... WZ n ' pf 7 9 4-4.5 llecking up on Terry or llick Tracy .lan lfnplle, the gal with scholarship Barbara Griswold has probably iust W'here in heaven's name hiidiie iunior "Shirks" llillmer. She also plus, collects money for AUF and gotten her two cents worth in on Holtzscherer ever found tilne to ds time for Student lfoundation works on the HY". A minor activity Coed Counselor hoard. She is also a play a game of solitaire is the eighth d the YW. is heing pinned to Lew Kramer, member of YWCA and HAHW. wonder of the world. l'f1'4r- 2517 Doug Nelson, football star, is the center of all eyes as he steps out to become the much-heralded Snowman. jlub ia flu: 61142 myldiv lww!-ffm dbuww, bmutzful mfmngm of mga, Jzattlm, m whalzwm fluz 4ifzlA mn Alinq faqdhm-fam?-w1lL ith allvntluzqzhla. ?!12ghliqh.t0Lqfhia4nwLZpaniqwa4flmpJLu.entafion of flu: uwwman and Abc Izwxzlq Anowflaluza. Attrnetive dutes for the evening ure lioh Olson und lid Robinson. They cxune complete with everything except the Iollypop. fmnfriafz Bnalzd .Snnwball "Nordic" lihlers, Lua Nletheny, un . U num sit one out listening to the music of Lee Hur in, ,it :mfs d 'Nlurv Louise W'eid- alt Nebraska We're proud of these st . ., I-Lllld good all-uround girls. iv Snowtlukew active in war work gfQlL2ZfflQfllHIl.C.Q!D'lg2llD.lllAiI1 ?771zd5rhonLZmn.axfy,ean11ivaczbuA dgalmflu' mdMMHwiUbQjNmMdM . jypiacl college 12 JUPI Brita jnbbz, a bfwwnettc will lm3.aJ-lmown ,Q1l!ZA, whoih bufhwzdlqzvm wnafm 11. aglandc and blue-1zq.Qd "MM" Human, flu' Umaqa, 1:6 an q1hlwlwAhZlhaAh7nnImmluzA, d4uha67lu'fAmlunan5a6nftQ5ienqmiAbwwnvncampuAfmlLmAnwnfh ja E552 dm! wha! will you lawn lm n penny? Jlzafi ilu fluzma of fluz fund fawzfnlozr, Apmunzwt Fanny :Und 'ljowz 10111, dpp.eaL" Llzauuiolzm, of, Jfu' malta wnn applauu of Alu- dmfa and judq.cA-lumulf-Ibm! place Im ilu: buf bnnfh. 252 5,32 ,sg jigs t gtht h th R g th h ll' th g I h tl y g a t ll h th T D lt g Peanuts! Popcorn! Cracker3ack!" shout the SDTS from behind a candy-striped stand pq Penny Advertising always brings results! Anyway thc Uddest picture of the year. A llearded Lady 'l'ri llclt's took tirst place at the Carnival. Sword Swallnwer and a Uuppie Girl. " 717 famed ' Hama" up--gn---f Giving out with professional rhythm from head to toe Jackie Young danced 05 with the show. The audience was in an uproar from the time Ernie "Yes We Have No Bananas" Larson stepped on the stage 'til the curtain fell. "Kr:-xusie" sends her audience up in smoke as she hits the blue notes. Page 278 Ualufafq Li the nf 1122! "UH Kama Jfomjl 794.5 walt Shaw, pllbllld that. lufc laughed but hand af wr mwm nxpmted to my PILDKQAADJM bukg mmf 'Q the Magma bmp "Hand All.0.lU': wp all The AUPi Can-Can team gave us il gonuod leg show. More thun one thing slipped when the frat presidents' act came nn. eaj 1 5 A 4 M fx 1 v X, V M. W 2 W Q ' EW! s i ak ES . Q M Xi, 9 m w ., ..., X s Q SMQQ, K Wilt wi ',i ,.K, W, , , .v Q.mf' s , ' il sig: E 5? E 2 E 1 s 4 , X,-xg Vx if X n K - 2 4 New J 2 3 Y 2 X' f K Ak N I 14 ' '1 gal if L I ,4 ' ff ii 2 , 2 ,g 5 f 5 PSX X t X X K X5 X. ' . QE W P I S fwix R Q, K 5 X af ff Z f ji Y A 8 H f . I ,245 fx 1, x 35 , ' if .. 5 5, f f y g a -ix .1 Xa LF' V N WN : , .. ,X 1 ' X x Q X .X ,N ,X SRX , W -1 F 6 ' iogif 5 Q F F , ' 4 f 3, Q, f , we . 15 , A . r ' tk ' H' f f f .,.u' , K . 1 x,,." .4115 Q-.N xslt N X xx ,X?. M2 ,g .Q I af B? xg- Q Q Q3 'zii il- Y' X s M lwx x 'C 2 Hawaii? M ' E"E -' X , V X E N V - - 1 Wk 1 R f S ai 5 EE? . ,qu mi 2 f xy! '15 W lvl' I W,-if 5 , 5 .YK Si ,.f -H ff l 4 , TV 1 I 4L'.ff"1'sn, A WV,V ' E S 5 Mr 3 i Q . i - ' U1 ' 'L V V 5 ? , 3 .A 'V ' 5 v 1' ' f' , SP 'Q 1 5 3 S z i s fe 1 . . ' i ' i' 515' i Qgxf 1 lg. . E My E af 2 K A 'S 3 r vi I . ' , 1 P' Y 4 E, 1 - w X 5 X' Q 3 4WU'f,5r,,,M E fs is 3. WK Deadpans and horseplay climaxed the hilarious Pi Phi act. K .ed F lliea Petite Betsy Strain, as Cinderella, didn't seem to have trouble finding a shoe without a stamp 40 o,, A 4 Roses and loud applause greeted Marnlyn H k I p d T' ical N h k Coed f 1945 46 .J aw? r MQ JhL4q.maJhed4oha6hi3walk2dbuc.4toihu71houuwLfhihnmplon !lmbu!AkzYrhdchedfzhldlybziheb2handAwhHnfhnPi67h1Z,tzlaced flmlzHlaqoIdrupthaqwvnlmflmbufuu1tabzadonihuJzmantla. Unlq lamm! fm the whole Ahow-no men pmmfwzummympumw. Mumbo, Jumbo"-Meathall, Jo Martz surprised the audience The Tri Delts rivaled Carmen Miranda with their as she arose from the chef's stew. colorful Mexican Siesta scene. Chi Omega demonstrated leg art in the "Petty" fashion. Page 288 Good Food Is Our Business o Pastries 0 Salads 0 Sandwiches 0 Fountain 0 Good Coffee Northrup-Jones Company Two Loofmoms DOWNTOWN SHOP OLD ENGLISH INN 1617 Farnam St. 5004 Dodge St. OMHI-IH 'M if QUALITY and FASHION ITIILLER C PAIHE , P For midnight snacks and between meal dainties It's ROBERTSON'S GRCCERY THE CONVENIENT CHMPUS GROCERY The store where rotiori stomp glooms ore forgotten but the College purse is remembered Voried supply of fruits cmd vegetables ROSEWELL FLORAL COMPANY "Keeping Lincoln Happy with Flowers" FRESH DPHLY Bonded Member of Florist Telegraph Delivery Flssri. 133 So. 13th Dicxl 2-7021 If No Hnswer can 3-4292 best he .'I' 303 in and? YS sie I 291 HOVLAND- SWANSON NEBRPISKITS FHSHION CENTER PRESENTS Since 1886 Serving U. of N. Students with Fine Laundering-Dry Cleaning lust V2 Block South ot the Campus BERUTIEUL NEW EHSHIONS BY FHMOUS DESIGNERS Carlye---Paula Brooks-Paul Sachs--Lassie, Ir. -Etta Gaynes--Rosenblum-these and many other famous designers' clothes are repre- sented in our collections of dresses, suits, coats, hats and accessories for smart coeds. 2-6961 333 No. lm' LHUNDRY CLEHNING CHINH-GLHSS-SILVER jhc, HMI, Shop. nl, fha, UML LHMPS, PICTURES, MIRRORS China and Glass for FRPITERNITY and SORORITY HOUSES-Monogrammed patterns in any pattern desired. OMAHA CROCKERY CO. PURVEYORS CF QUALITY IVIEATS UNIVERSITY OE NEBRHSKH, FRQTERNITIES FIND SORORITIES, THE HRMY, HOTELS, RESTHURPINTS, I-ICSPITQLS, HND RQILROQDS THE STANDARD MARKET Wholesale Meats 1535 "O" STREET PQ Over Fifty Years of Service... More than half a century of contin- uous effort and planning to create the better class . . . of printing and binding lt is with a great deal ot pride that we can show herewith the... 1 1945 Cornhuslcer as an example of correct printing and binding Jacob North 89 Company 1118 M Street Telephone 2-2110 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA DISTINCTION . . Easy to recognize Easy to acquire What give clothes character and distinction? ln a word . . . it's quality. Quality expressed in all- wool fabrics and a brand of tailoring that compares favorable with custom-craft. Quality of this sort is featured in every suit . . . topcoat . . . or overcoat that you will find at The Nebraska. Nebraska Clothing Co. OMHHH, NEBRQSKPI gi .I 1.5.5.3 If-.:, . .-.-1.R.,QS"' ' 54' -E151 , -.f-' 225: .-5' fr '1:5:2s3S2F:1:1:2:f:fErE . I-521:22 E.3-.g5:f:C:I:f:I3Zfrf:I:2g ,, ' 'fififiz .-rf:-:1:E2:b:1:1:f:':F.'-I :ISF c'. f:f:5:f5":74:2 Q-52:3:g:5:f:f:2g:5:::,:A:5: gigsf. 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' A I ,G+,.ok-.-.- 9359 :IH ,clzf-,E v :v:1fIE:2:I:2 '25-' :225:f:2:5:f:Iz1-'?:7:Y:l:7:222:f:?:2QIE I, Aqua . 1 5 -Loy, 2-.-'Q , If f:-5.5-:':-:'3.5!g:-' -g.g.g:g:':-:-g-g.5Z-J- f -.3303 ' ".-:'-':5.:.4:-.JgIg:,:-:- 4:-3-.5:3:5:4:-5.5 '-'--4.523552-I-:-:E' -. Q.f:f:5:1:fg.3:f:5:5:1.S555 5:5-2125:-:5:5:1: Q f:2:2g:5:f5:FS:' S ' .fW:Q55353:i:2:f:?:32511-S:f:' ,f:5S" ' :::2:f:2:1:2gqA X t - ...... 5. 1 -i 4 S? 1 iff w-:V 4. Z ' 4,1 N 165 . N-Q i To the Students of '45: Congratulations and Best Wishes! May you as individuals and may Nebraska and the nation benefit from the time and effort you have expended this year in higher learning. The retail business ranks among the largest in the Country. To young men and women interested in the retail food business, Safeway Stores offer an ideal opportunity. SafeWay's constant objective is to reduce the cost of foods while going from pro- ducers to consumers-to increase the producer's. share of the consumers dollar and to allow the consumer to get foods at a saving. --'- - ,E ft fl ' 1 Page 294 Make new friends Z' faq: :wil c:'- r'5.' Zzfi 'I'- I 'l ' I: 'IH' lflr H ' 'lr I I l 1 I i rillrllllllllf llll' lmmnlllll meet old ones .. at the T P where shoe strmgs and cokes sweaters and flats sweetness and fluff are Cornhusker trad1t1on The first place you go 1n the fall the last place you leave ln the sprlng the must on Homecommg week ends Tasty Pastry Shop IS headquarters for gabfests and good food It s the place you l1ke to be and remember an come back to and we re gomng to keep It that way S When you shake the mothballs out of your formals youll find the Cornhusker s new ballroom even smoother than ever' HO-1-EL CORNHUSKER 4-HG ITS THE I rr E 25 N ffl' ffffff Home of the r rrrr r PLUSH HORSE AND COTTONWOOD ROOMS mmim Q5 rrnrrrm ff ff Under Schlmmel Dlrectlon O . ., . , I . ! - 3 ' ' 2 Y , I lt y 1 P. . , ' ..'- iv x, . l. V li- W I 7':l x BLACKSTONE IN OMAHA fx - 1 rl, J lu: , ,L 3 3: qi llrrkf, V ly ,, y l ,rxrrrff uf it 1' ' E :N : I , - I I' QQ ' A 1: 'tfft fr i sl .ffaffc r Pcxqe 295 PLARTNILTG A. My lUNlOR BALL ROOM Success Attends the Parties Held At Hotel Lincoln I-ust the right setting for a ball, a loan- quet or a social function of any type. Our large and small party rooms prop- erly accommodate assemblies from ten to five hundred. For informal dates our friendly lava Room Coffee Shop Welcomes the cas- ual coke-dates, the after theatre stroll- ers and the seekers of savory snacks at all times. 1-1o'rEL LINCOLN LINCOLN, NEBRHSKH GARDEN ROOM GRAND BALL ROOM Q56 46 Q f ' Portraits by your official year book photographer.. a spccialist in taking natural, true-to-life portraits. 1, , HUTOCIRAPH STUDIO SECOND FLQOR IIHIIIIBII VAHII During Your PLUMBING "Bright College Years" FUEL OIL i HEATING You became very familiar with the splendid local and Long Distance service furnished by this Company. Should you lo- cate permanently in southeast Nebraska, 'We shall esteem it a privilege to serve you again. 'Ir 2-1293 THE LINCOLN TELEPHONE HND TELEGRHPH COMPANY 24-Hour Service 7 Days a Week "H Nebraska Company Serving Its People" Lincoln's Oldest Banking Institution The University of Nebraska and The First National Bank of Lincoln were organized Within two years of each other. That was over 70 graduation classes ago. Each institution has served in its own Way during the changing fortunes of Nebraska. Their reputations today are in the first rank. P. R. EF-ISTERDHY - - - Chairman GEORGE W. HOLMES - - President 'CHPTFIIN Fl. C. GLHNDT - - Cashier CLIFFORD G. WESTON - Hsst.Vice-Pres. R. I. BECKER - - - Hsst.Vice-Pres. G. H. CRHNE - - H 't tC h' E. U. GUENZEL - - Vice-President HOWPIRD FREEMHN - Exec. Vice-Pres. L. C. CHHPIN - - - Vice-President STPINLEY MHLY - - - V' -P 'd t ice resi en ssis an as ler B. O. CHMPBELL - - Vice-President LYLE F. STONEMHN - Hssistant Cashier 'On Leave-ln Military Service. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LINCOLN 10th and O Sts. Lincoln. Nebraska MEMBER F. D. I. C. Pg 298 "WGN The Eternal Hills IN an ever-changing world, the eternal hills re- main unchanged. From their towering heights they have watched men come and go . . . govern- ments rise and fall . . . civilizations "abide their destined hour, and pass away." They have watched man stumble through wars and depressions, to arise again and drive forward, ever progressing in his relationships with his fellow man, in his partnership with Nature . . . in making his lot easier, better, more healthful. Over thousands of years, man has progressed in his effort to till the soil more productively. The crooked stick, the plow, the flail, the reaper, the combine, the tractor were long steps on the way that brought to man a freedom-gave him time for tasks other than providing food for his own subsistence. And when this war is won, when farm equipment is again available in quantity, more farmers will take to themselves the blessings and advantages of mechanical farming. And the eternal hills will see another change, as great as any in the past, toward a far richer and finer agricultural life the world over. lOl-IN DEERE PLOW CO. OMAHA, NEBRASKA Sidney, Nebraska Page 299 Sioux Falls, South Dakota I 1890 1945 Protection PLUS FIFTY-FIVE YEHRS OF SERVICE Founded in Omaha 55 years ago, the Woodmen Society is today a leader among the World's fraternal beneficiary societies because of the high quality of the service it pro- vides. The fraternal and social benefits and unexcelled legal reserve life insurance protection they enjoy are today highly prized by several hun- dred thousand Woodmen members in 44 states. Woodmen f2iWor1d Life Insurance Society OMHHH., NEBR. Hssets Over S144,000,000 Farrar Newberry, President W. C. Braden, Secreta y THE BEST PLHCE TO TRHDE ' HFTER HLL I KARL P. MEYER FREHDRICH Bnos. . Telephones 2-6511-2345 1316 N St. 'T Jlowrvm, convey messages deeper than words Whether it's for that UCERTHIN OCCHSION" , or for a moment of seriousness and sympathy, let our flowers say it for you. FOR HLL OCCFISIONS Danielson Floral Co. "SHY IT WITH FLOWERS" 1306 N Lincoln. Nebr. I Pioneers In Transportation Main offices Omaha, Chicago, Kan- sas City, Denver, Des Moines, Sioux City, Lincoln, Norfolk, Columbus, Fremont, Nebraska City and inter- mediate points. Watson Bros. Transportation Co., Inc. 145 So. 8th Lincoln Office 2-3315 F 1 ICE CREHMS SHERBETS and FOUNTHIN LUNCI-IEONETTE ir DOLTON'S ,.f':rALiy " j',,x"v'w?gys4 'o EU .Ilnr-ian ' m E W jlIh.' xp ' ral'-L , Zi .agilg -1- , l 19115. h if 2, ,ynmvf . QQ, , Q f-'DLNJHV' ,' The CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK of LINCOLN "Tl-IE FRIENDLY BHNIC' Member of Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit lnsurance Corp. Page 300 Nothing But the Best for Lincoln Qur bus stotion rnodern in every respect is up to the high storndords Set by Lincoln in oll civic ond educof tionol rnotterfs. The lrnest in wortirne bus service ot rnoney--solvinq lores is offered here by Overland Greyhound Lines ond Bur- lington Trctilwoys. You will trovel more Cornfortobly in these Crowded wortirne days it you let your ogent plon your trip in odvonce, For Overland Greyhound or Burling- ton bus intormcrtion, coll UNION BUS DEPOT 13th and M Street Phone 2-7071 + Modern Cleaners 4 3 -r Umalzali, Uwn, HQTEL F ontenelle Tl. , -, . V . aaaaae Inv1tes You 5,3 to stop in whenever you happen by 'ji Pause a Shining Hour if mtheiamed e, - Bombay, -Black iz, Ilonm, 525 ' ' ' ' , . - - ' Where there is "' u,I'f Contlnuous Entertainment and Danc1n .IIN .? g f Nitely from 7 p. m. to 12:45 Q. m. txt OMHHH, NEBRHSKH .giIZ5E5?fE:51 A "f2::. i EVER SINCE 1904 Students at the University of Nebraska have known or used our Quality Cleaning services. other 41 years. 'Y 1 if N SOUKUP ci WESTOVER 21st and G Streets I Q" N . -5!if:f '! 'isiigg Q4 uf' Q! RD '1r. 'e..' . ",'., i'1': ' 7 , t F le- S 4 " ' ' -1,-' - it Iin "41st YEHR IN LINCOLN" 5 Pg 302 It is our hone that we can serve an I l Alert . . A company alert to advanced methods with improved service to both its policyholders and Students! IF OUT OF SCHOOL MHIL YOUR FILM V I 1'i'1'A l'1'A'A'i'g :Till ng Representatives. NEPIIQ Phnlol llllNllllIll 'A' EOR BETTER SERVICE The Camera Store For Supplies , , We'll Send Mailing Bag Llncoln Llberty N h Llfe ep 0 1NsUHaNcE coMPmNY Laboratcrles 11 1. Sfgwggglf,pylifgilsidenf 1122 "N" Box 231 Ralph Doty Supt of Hg me Lincoln, Nebraska LINCOLN NEBHQSKF1 LINDELL HOTEL LINCOLN 'S DOWNTOWN HOTEL Remember Linde1l's spacious and pleasant dining room 233 So. 13th Boyd Jewelry Company 12th and O LINCOLN, NEBRPISKH Pg 303 When you th lc I PICIIEIDSITES Omahds GAS BEACHLY BROS. and WATER R COMPLETE PICNIC LINE Phone 2-6557 RATES are EVERYTHING EoR THE THBLE LOWE ST in THOM MCANN' . The "smart" mc:n's shoe center . . . . . . For dress or spot 't'1flfv5cIIi,,fEZfn5u5QfZne M " "9"' I'E" ' ict cxt the right price iafhwtmm- ' whyo EOR EPICI-I QND EVERY COLLEGE MEIN 1911 1945 R E D B A L L , T R A N s E E E C o. THROUGH SERVICE TO CI-IICFIGO When You Need Service EXPERIENCE can 2-7001 in 921 U Street TRUST SERVICE v V Y o U R my FIRS T TRUS TfC?JMPANY LINCOLN, 16 NEBRASKA 112 Student Supply Store n Plpproved School Supplies for Every University Department Ptlso o Complete Line oi STHTIONERY 0 FOUNTHIN PENS 0 OFFICE SUPPLIES 0 UP-TO-DHTE LUGGRG LATSCH BROTHERS P K CQMPUS RIGHT! v,,, Jw Mlnuxx is I X, I :sam A I :A XA - A 1 l' Mi g! I ..., , , ss MP: .4 ,I THE STROLLER l g' I IDEQL SHOE WERR FOR THE BUSY CORD I Barker's Shoe Store , D 1 a M o N D S I l"' " "' " Engagement Rings from 318.50 to 55500.00 I Boyden s Pharmacy We Invite You to Inspect Our Many Exclusive ' Sterling Silver Pattems FOUNTQIN- -RLUNCHEONETTE PRESCRIPTION PHRRMRCISTS F1'6d GCl1'dI'l61' 8: S0118 I STUQRT BLDG.-LINCOLN O I I ' 69 Lfhlh, 'l'I.o.lv For titty-eight years the Union Stock Yards Company has played its part in the building ot the State. To- day as always, its plant offers to the livestock pro- ducers, a dependable and efficient service in linking the ranches ot the west, with the consuming east. . OF OMHHH . . - - I - i - Page 305 'tr f. . - 'dvd 1 if : QI. Drugs 0 Toiletries 0 Sundries D Rmgs CHEAPPER We only Diamonds SYSTEM, mc. of the Einer Quality Cheapper in Price Only! 1200 O St. Security Mutual Bldg. Lincoln. Nebr. 1325 O STREET LINCOLN, NEBRHSKH DIQMONDS . WQTCHES . SILVER TELEPHONE 2-3255 No need to be puzzled . . . no need to Wonder Where to louy . . . the best place in Lincoln is your "Cheapper Drug Store" Where prices are rock- bottorn everyday . . . Where you get the last drop of value from your dollar . . . and where the merchan- dise you buy, Whether it be Drugs, Cosmetics, Sundries, Cigars, or Tobac- cos, is always Quality Merchandise! WHY PHY MORE? COMPLIMENTS OF The MIDWEST LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ot LINCOLN, NEBRHSKH Life - Accident - Health 1906 to 1943 SULLIVAN TRANSFER and STORAGE MOVERS - STORERS - PHCKERS Fireproof buildings, separate locked rooms, your goods are safe in our care. Office 301 North Eighth Street Phone 2-6737 LINCOLN AND GRAND ISLHND, NEBRHSKH Page 306 1 L .sf - . .He- - V Q'-" -LQ93' a -. 4.-A , 'X Uver Students Uver Spent by these Students -I-ieatxltu them ttimtough 55323 he ' 26-get 6 Q47 The Cornhusker has chosen the David I. Molloy Plant to turnish the covers for the 1945 edition. IZJDDQIIA, 54. Wiolbzf' The DAVID J. MCLLOY PLANT 2857 N. WESTERN FIVE. CHICHGO, ILLINOIS H well Working Typewriter is a college must Keep your machine kink tree WE REPHIR HLI.. MHKES WITHIN "DHCP-IN" DISTHNCE Tasty dishes with the campus appeal For those tree moment snacks try a famous "Good Eats" Hamburger Qlso steaks yearned by any "he-man" appet t 0EITIF13PIS:IIg?TLERS SNQPPY SERVICE CONVENIENT PRICES Siegel CLEHNLINESS Typewriter Company Chris Good Eats 228 No. 13 244 N. 13th P 308 DON'T FORGET... The University-its contribution to your Lite-the tact that it will always deserve a part in your successes and achievements. ln order that you may keep in touch with old friends and class- mates-With the campus-the University is giving you a one-year tree membership in the Hlumni Hssociation, from date ot gradua- tion. ln later years, as success comes to you, keep in touch with the Uni- versity as an active alumnus! Keep your membership in the Hlumni Plssociation active! lt is your ottice on the campus. Keep us notified of any change of address. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 'Til Final vicmry Hnd the day when we can again supply NU's servicemen with clothes of style and quality! HARVEY BROTHERS PQ . . . 100,000 NEW AND USED TEXT BOOKS REFERENCE BOOKS ENGINEERING SUPPLIES NEW HND USED FICTION HRTIST SUPPLIES EOUNTHIN PENS NOTEBOOKS SAVE MONE BUY HT CH PU5 X-is TEXT BOOKS Q 9 STUDENT SUPPLIES IIlNli'!i BIIIIK ETIIBE LINCDLN ' NEBRIJEMIT-I III I III STUDENT HEHDQUPIRTERS FOR OVER Q QUHRTER CENTURY 1 1 I ,, SH .- .-11412.-:-if-":1f ,- -. 4-v-:rn-we f -.+' -.bS"w:-ge--5-:-5: -.- . -fm-av:-:e-11.-af:.-.-.-2:4-:-w.A-1+ek-:-4 - '.-1-:i:-:-13:-.--4' ,. g.v:-:fb "P, .-:-:-1:-'--.N f' '. 1 ef ' fi 4112115231:-fseiii' " :B-' A' ' .-1-' . , :. "-9' W ".-Wffz.-Biff -Mz2s:4sz:9f.1x25 Q:-313' - - . , ,. ,JE-1, . ,X ig? 3sfffZSy:IE25:E-:EE "IE-"'14:E . : , 5? 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Shown here are umversify sfudenfs faking advanfage of The service and resfful afmosphere of fhe Corcfee Lounge R Your Host In Lincoln P qe 311 Man, in his day to day existence, whether he travels through peace or War, strife or calm, good times or bad, continues to regard Life Insurance as his unswerving ally and the solid foundation upon which to build his life. Mullins ur: mmm NEIIIASKA n Founded 1887 Page 312 IF IT IS SERVICE YOU WHNT IT IS OURLITY YOU WQNT IT IS VRRIETY YOU WRNT STOP HT UNIVERSITY DRUG 500 N. 14th In War As In Peace Dehner's continues to serve the Ftrmed Forces with the finest of Boots The DEHNER CO., Inc. 2059 Famam OMHHH, NEBRHSKH WE OFFER EXPERIENCED BPINKING SERVICE O National Bank of Commerce LINCOLN, NEBRRSKR 9 OFFICERS M. Weil Byron Dunn President Executive Vice-President Rlbert FI. Held Ernest C. Folsom Iulius Weil Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Ted Thompson Hsst. Cashier R. E. Miller Rsst. Cashier and Plsst, Trust Officer Paul Bogott Cashier Glenn Yaussi Rsst. Vice-Pres. and Trust Officer 477113 .BUUHIIHS A. Eff. Printing 0 Multigraphing 0 Mimeographing H complete Printing and Bulletin Service for Fraterni- ties, Sororities, Pilumni and University Organizations BOOMER'S PRINTING COMPANY Pq 313 LINCOLN'S I D' LEHDING SWAN SON THEHTRES NEBRQSKQS FQSHION CENTER - LINCOLN 0 STUART QUALITY ' B S BY FHliCIgIIJgDli.iGNERS THEHTRES I. M'll -D Liso Deb-D butcrnte-N t l' -F t S -She nigctn-Ioyce-in I NHLWHYS THE FINEST fl tt g Sp g Styles. IN MOTION PICTURE . U y t t p W1 ly ENTERTHINMENTH l tq hty h KODAK PICTURES COLLEGE DAYS For Quality DEVELOPING-PRINTING-ENLHRGING bring your film to us Your choice High Gloss or Velvetone Finish. Our Gift Department Where there ore many kinds of Gift Novelties ond Greeting Ccrrds for every occasion. EASTMAN KODAK STORES, Inc. 1 -- 4------.......4 - . . WJ L -1-i....,4 ...,-., ,.-... ---T., ll l llllll lll .J... .f II . I I Capital Engra vzng Agana . . . An outstanding yearbook is very demanding on the time and elforts of those concuncd with its success. Typical of the many discussions relative to the plans of the 1945 Cornhusltcr is this photo graph of Nlyra Colherg, editor, Bill lJeVriendt, Capital Engraving, and Ch irlottc Hill busi ness manager. CAPITAL ENGRAVING LINCOLN, NEBRASKA I' ,. w, ., f":::'I "fig I , ,I +- N 5,--.1f5. -. .gi',Ef' if . .- "-og:g:1fI'- , ' KT' " 'N Fi -5-asf Q ' .. Aff- " 2 Q :V 41 -F3-gx ,. N. I. I if' 'Y x Aan, 5 I 'H "' ' . z N3 M- .E 4 -gf R I, 4,4-1 1 I I 7 'ix 5 rs. 15? in if .Zin : t I : , M- xf' ' ,Q J Frey 599 Frey - FLOWERS 'GIFT SHOP -HQLLMQRK CHRDS A- -, ECE5.-5 , ,. A 5123 " is .-1, 'z - 5 'V'A 5 2 l fry, - ,V F ':l-- ff, .'11 1 -P ff 2''ifissfafiiiffxiafiigfgerfffffaififgfifjffflffffff ix TL' I:i 15::1 .:', "riffs , I .. H I1. 2:35 . ":" ' ' A' USE Fairmont's Ice Cream and Dairy Products Tl1ey're Pasteurized for Your Protection VISIT FAIRMONTS MODERN DAIRY PLANT The Fairmont , ,5, i, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Creamery Company ill Lincoln, Nebraska Phone 6-2326 I Crown CCDMPLIMENTS I Company M OF THE ' 'T , Northwestern HAM'LTON'ELG'N Iron and Metal GRUEN-BULOVA WATCHES I Lincoln's Liberal I Credil Jewelers 900 T S+. Lincoln, Nebr I040 O 2-3II4 l nl 1 n :- PQ I 1 1 1 1 l 1 l 1 ABEL I I IF it's a Roof . . O CONSTRUCTION - . We have if . COMPANY ' . I I SOME OF OUR IOBS I id 131111 Cldl-111R?1L HHHIINEI 3015111 I L H 11 L M 1 Lb ' B1 ld bl'hd d 11211 I I - ROOFS-SIDQIFOEFLHEEIILEBSETHL WORK - I FUR CONDITIONING ' I , 895 N, 16th Tl-IE KRAUSE co I Lincoln Grcxnd Isl ci I 68 Yecxrs in Lincoln I -I - -I -1 - -1 - -. -. - - ,,1,..-..................1...-.--- ...... .... .. ... I For Dishes With a Touch of Perfection and o Taste of Quality ' NEW LOCHTION-1347 o sr. I But Service and Convenient Prices Unchanged I THSTY SHNDWICHES HFTER-THEHTRE SNHCKS - at I Bill Meradith's Cafe ' -1:1.. Hctivities ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,, Hdded Rttractions ...77.., Fldministration .,........ Hg College ........,,,..,,,,, Fig Exec Board .....,,,.,. Hlpha Chi Omega ..,.,,.. Fllpha Omicron Pi A,,,,,,, Hlpha Phi ..,-..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Hlpha Xi Delta ,.,A,Y,,,,,,,, I-Ilpha Tau Omega ,.,.,,,,,,,, Hrt ....,..,.,...,.,,,,,,77.,,,, Flrts ...,,,.,,,.,,,,,,Yi,Y,,,,, Hrts an Fl.W.S d Sciences College B. H. B. W .....,.,,.. Basketball ,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,, Beauty Queens ....,.i,.,,,,. Beta Gamma Sigma ,...,.. Beta Sigma Psi ,,,,.,,,-,,,,, Beta Theta Pi ............,, Blue Print ....,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,AA Board of Regents ...... Brown Palace Coop. Bus. Hd. College ,,...... Chi Omega ,...l, Classes ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clubs ......,.l.,,,..,,,,,,,l,, Coed Counselors .....l Coed Follies ..,.,,..,.. . Commencement ..,. Concessions ..,,. .. Cornhusker .,,,,..,,,lY Comhusker Coop .... Delta Delta Delta ...... Delta Gamma .,..,..,,.. Delta Omicron ,.,........ Delta Delta Phi Delta ,,.. .. Tau' Delta ....,le,, Delta Upsilon .....,,. Dental College ..,,.., ..,,,..,,,.. Engineering College ,,,-,,,,,,,,,, Engineering Exec. B oard ...,.l7..,,, Engineering Societies ...,..,.ggw..eY.,,,,,,, Football ..,,,.vc......,,..... Freshmen ., .... .. ,,,,, Freshmen Week ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Gamma Mu Theta ...,..eYv Gamma Phi Beta , Governing Bodies ,.t,,,,,, ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Heroes ..,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,g,. Homecoming ..,.,,.,.t,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, , Home Economics Ftssociation .,.,...t.,. Honoraries ..,.,,,.,.,,,,,l,,l A l,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,AA House Mothers ,,,,.,,,,,,l,l,l,,,,,,,,,AA,, Howard Hall ,...ll, Innocents ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,g,,Y International House Ivy D.ay ,..l..c,......,.,l,,,l,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Iuniors .,....t. oiqamgaum gndcx, 15 ..,,,.W260-261 .,,......l0-13 ....,.,..14-17 .,..,,,.123 196 198 200 ...,..202 ,,,,,...222 ...n,,.l63 ,.,...,,.,,.l57 ,,,,,.,,,18-21 .,,,,,i.142 ,,....,.l72-175 ,.q,,,,270-275 ,....,.127 ...,,...223 ......,.224 l,,,....l55 ..,..,..,,,,247 ..,. 22-23 .li.,,.,204 55 ...,..,..,..185 ,.,,n,.Z86-288 ,,n,,,.254-255 . 180 ,, ,,,.. 146-149 ..,......,,249 206 208 137 .. ,..,. 138 ....,,,,226 .. 227 27 i,,,i,,,30-31 i.,,,...124 ..l,..,,l25 .i,,.,..l66-171 99 ..,,,i,,256-257 ....1,,.190 .. 210 119 33 263 .......,l86 ,,......l27 ...i,.,.250 244 ...,.,.,132-133 ............243 .,......252 79 Kappa Fllpha Theta ,,.....l,,,,,,,,,,1 ,,41. --AY,V---- 2 1 2 Kappa Kappa Gamma ,,,, M, Vgnlgggu- -214 Kappa Phi .........,,,,,,.,.,1,,,,,,,.,,,.,,1.,,,,gv,,,., ---,A,---v 1 88 Kappa Sigma ..,,,,1, ,1,,,,.,,v.,,,,,A,v,v,,,,.,AVAV-,-, V---'., 1 A 223 Law College .,..,. 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