The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 22, 1946, Image 1

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Vol. 47 No. 44
Friday, November 22, 1948
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The chorus line dancing before the judge highlights the Alpha Tau
Omega "Coon Court" skit which opens the Kosmet Klub show to
night. P B K Announces New
Members at Banquet
At an annual banquet in the
Union last night the names of
seven new members of Phi Beta
Kappa, national scholastic honor
ary, were announced.
New members are: Gretchen
Louise Burnham, Kathleen Cecilia
Hayes, Betty Rose Hubka, Eleanor
Louise Knoll, Mary Lee McCord,
Jean Betty Shapland, and Barbara
Jane Smiley,
Phi Beta Kappa announces
names of new members each
term. To be a member of this
early group announced this se
mester a student must have com
pleted all the requirements for
Board Will Select
Daily Nebraska u
Ag, News Editors
Applications for news editor on
the Daily Nebraskan must be
turned in to r,aom 104 Sosh by 5
p. m. Friday, according to Dr.
David Fellman, chairman of the
student publications board. Ap
pointment of both a news editor
and ag editor will be made by the
board Saturday morning.
Students may obtain applica
tions in the journalism office at
University hall, and any addition
al information concerning the po
sition at the Daily Nebraskan of
fice. Applicants Appear
All applicants for Nebraskan
As editor and News editor are
to appear in Room 108, Sosh, at
10:00 Saturday morning for the
publications board meeting:.
Tickets will be on
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graduation in the college of arts
and sciences, and must have a
scholastic average of 90 or above.
Prof. T. A. Cowan of the col
lege of law was the principal
speaker at the banquet. His topic
was "Law and the' Social Sci
ences." In his address he cor
related the relationship of legal
science and legal philosophy to
social science, and he discussed
the subject on the analogy of the
relation of medicine to the biolog
ical sciences.
National Federalist Head
Speaks at Convo Tuesday
Bringing one of the outstanding
exponents of student interest in
international affairs to the cam
pus, the university Student Fed
eralists have announced the ar
rival of Colgate Prentice, national
president of Student Federalists,
Inc. for a convocation at 4:00 p.
m., Tuesday, Nov. 26 in the union.
Prentice, a 22 year old junior
at Swarthmore College of Penn
sylvania, will speak on the chal
lenge world government offers to
university students in connection
with the strength and weakness
of the United Nations today.
A member of the Swarthmore
chapter of the American Vet
eran's committee, Prentice re
ceived his discharge from the air
force last December and entered
Federalist work almost immed
sale at Coliseum
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Comedy, Presentations
Highlight Annual Show
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rhi Delta Theta imitates a
radio variety show with their
guest of honor, shown above, in
the Kosmet Klub Revue.
Spirit of 49
Play Opens
In December
"Girl of the Golden West," sec
ond University Theater produc
tion of the season now in re
hearsal will be presented by the
Nebraska Masquers Dec. 11, 12,
13 and 14. Under the direction of
Henry G. Lee, this action-packed
drama cf the days of '49 combines
the talent and effort of the entire
Filled with the "rip roarin'
See THEATRE, Page 2
Colgate Prentice.
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Variety, compounded from the elements of mystery, surprises,
satire, comedy and all types of music, will be,the keynote as the cur
tain rises on the Kosmet Klub Revue tonighpat 8 p. m. in the coliseum.
Tickets for the show will be on sale all day today at the booth in
the lobby of the Union and will also be available at the coliseum tonight.
Clinic Artists
Offer Finale
In Coliseum
An ambitious program of or
chestra, choral and band groups
will climax three days of intensive
rehearsals by the 675 high school
students taking part in the Ne
braska Music Educators' 11th an
nual clinic concert, tomorrow at
8 p. m., in the coliseum. This is
the first time in 12 years that the
clinic has met in Lincoln.
Robert Shaw, the gifted choral
director formerly with Fred War
ing, will lead the 400-voice choir
in eight selections ranging from
Bach to Negro spirituals, one of
See CLINIC, Page 2
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Scene from the Alpha Gamma Rho skit. "The Standings Revenge."
one of six to be presented along with six curtain acts at the Coll-Agri-Fun
show Saturday night.
By Philip Raynard.
College Activities building on
ag campus will be the scene of
one of the year's outstanding
Mums when the 194G Coll-Agri-
Fun show makes its first post-war
appearance Saturday nite. Begin
ning at 8:00 p. in. the two hour
show will be followed by dancing
until midnite.
At dress rehearsal Wednesday
nite, the skits showed the polish
of a final performance. It is a
fast moving show and promises
to be an entertaining evening for
all who attend it.
Nearly 100 students, all from
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Names of the Nebraska Sweet
heart candidates are lo remain
secret until tonight. Postars wiH
be displayed at the coliseum en
trance which will give the name
and a picture of each ondidate.
All attending the show may vote
for Sweetheart candidates as well
as the six Prince Kosmet finalisto
selected by the Mortar Boards.
Scenes of the eight fraternity
skits vary from court rooms to
radio stations, from night clubs to
beauty queen contests and include
instrumental and vocal music
from "Buttermilk Sky" to "The
Battle Hymn of the Republic."
Carton Will Be There.
As a sidelight of the revue,
Komet Klub announced yester
day that Carton Broderick. Jr.,
or would attend the show,
would sit in the section reserved
for Kosmet Klub members with
his date and bodyguard. Carton
See KOSMET, Page 4
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ag college, are included in the
show. The show, consisting of six
skits and six curtain acts, varies
from slapstick comedy to classical
music. Tex Reutter's perormance
as master of ceremonies is defi
nitely up to par, which makes
every minute of the show a lively
The show has been revived
since the lull ol activities during
the war years and is in fine form
for the public presentation Satur
day nite. On hand lor the per
formance will be Dr. T. H. Good
ing of the agronomy department
who is largely responsible lor the
See FIN NITE, Page 4
Show starts at 8:00 P. M.
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