The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 24, 1946, Image 1

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LINCOLN 8, NEBRASKA
Sunday, November 24, 1946
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Bob Martens and Lois Swanson, Prince Kosmct and Nebraska
Sweetheart, reign at the annual Kosmct Klub show presented Fri
day night.
Before a crowd of over 2,000,
Kosmct Klub presented its fall
revue and announced the elec
tion of a Nebraska Sweetheart
and Prince Kosmct at the coli
seum Friday night.
As a finale to the show Kos
mct president, John Dale an
nounced that Bob Martens, Alpha
Tau Omega, had won the Prince
Kosmct title in the balloting at
the door. Martens then walked
into the audience and brought
Lois Jean Swanson to the stage
as the Nebraska Sweetheart of
1946. The names of the six Sweet
heart candidates had been kept
secret until Friday night.
Winner of the cup for the best
skit of the show was Alpha Tau
Omega with their prcsentattion
of a number titled "Coon Court,"
presided over by skitmaster Ken
Damon. Second and third places
were awarded to Phi Gamma
Delta and S"igma Nu. Judges of
Nu-Meds Change
Banquet-Meeting
Reservation Plan
Reservations for the next Nu
Mcd banquet will not be made by
ticket sale, as previously an
nounced, president Stanley John
son stated today.
Instead, members planning to
attend the banquet will place their
names and 50c in envelopes which
can be obtained in Dr. Otis Wade's
office, 308 Bessey Hall, before
Thanksgiving vacation.
The dinner is scheduled for
Wednesday, December 4 at 6:15 in
Union parlors XYZ. Speaker at
the meeting will be announced
later, Johnson said, and special
business is the election of next se
mester officers.
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the eight acts were Elsworth Du
Teau, former university Alumni
secretary, William Morgan and
Donald Olson, university speech
instructors.
Police Court.
Scene of the winning skit was
a police court filled with black
face policemen and featuring the
dancing of sepia "girls." The Phi
Gam act called "She Was Only
a Prairie Flower But She got
Nipped in the Bud" directed by
Marvin Cavender depicted a
beauty contest and was a satire
on campus sororities.
Third place number was titled
"Sigma Nu Supper Club" super
vised by skitmaster Bill Lucas.
This night club act included tap
dancing, a swing combo and a
German professor of the piano.
The five other candidates for
See PRINCE, Page 5s
Coeds Report
Molestations
On Campus
The latest in a series of moles
tations against campus women
was reported to The Daily Ne
braskan late yesterday. A soph
omore coed was chased from the
coliseum to Grant Memorial Fri
day night at about 9:15 p. m.
Numerous reports have been
made concerning a man in a sedan
car, driving in the vicinity of 16th
and S. These molestations have
occurred several times since Sep
tember with men on foot and In
automobiles, the coeds reported.
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Social Institute
Workers Hear
R. G. Gustavson
Speaking to delegates attending
the graduate school of social
work's institute Friday night,
Chancellor R. G. Gustavson de
clared that basically juvenile de
linquents have good qualities
which have to be brought out in
the right way.
Praising the social workers on
the "very fine piece of work" the
Chancellor pointed out that theirs
were jobs of the "utmost value."
He described them as pioneers in
the field with "tremendous oppor
tunity" to further the work.
Hope Expressed.
By considering the develop
ments of medical science, nutri
tion and the way man has met
the hazards in industry, it is pos
sible to hope for a great society,
the chancellor said. Concluding
his address Gustavson pointed out
that man has mastered the phys
ical and biological world but it
remains for him to conquer in the
field where human values rate
high.
Approximately 100 persons at
tended first dav sessions of thp
graduate school's second institute
f nctay. me program is under the
direction of Dr. Adelaide Johnson
of the Institute of Phschoanalysis,
Chicago.
Myron Roberts
Closes Faculty
Recital Series
BY SAM. WARREN.
Myron Roberts' organ recital
today, which brings the faculty
recital series to an end, promises
to be a program of interest since
it will include two of Mr. Robert's
compositions and a suite by
Haydn. Marvin Wadley, new to
the faculty .ihis fall, will also
appear in the recital at 4 p. m.
in First-Plymouth Congregational
church.
Robert's compositions, written
during the summer and not yet
published, are styled in the im
pressionistic manner. Entitled
"Two Impressions," they are the
outcome of Professor Roberts' in
terest in astronomy.
Haydn Suite.
The Haydn suite was composed
for a famous musical clock in
Vienna -nd was played auto
matically on a flute organ op
erated by the clock mechanism.
Included also on the program
are "Fanfare" by New York music
critic Virgil Thomson and "Pre
lude and Fugue" by organist Mar
cel Dupre who performed at the
Plymouth console earlier this
month.
Mr. Wadley, who will sing three
See RECITAL, Page 6
Thanksgiving Vacation
Begins Wednesday Noon
Director of Admissions George
W. Rosenlof announced Friday
that Thanksgiving vacation will
begin at 12 noon Wednesday, Nov.
27.
The 4 day furlough will end
Sunday evening, with classes re
suming Monday morning at 8
a. m.
BY WALT LOOMIS.
The University of Nebraska Cornhuskers failed in their
attempt to gain at least a tie for the Big Six championship
by dropping a 27-6 contest to the Oklahoma Sooners Satur
day at Norman.
Although they played inspired ball throughout the en
tire game and looked as good as they have at any time dur
ing the entire season, the Huskers simply could not match
the class of the Sooner team
given mighty Army one of their toughest battles.
AGR's Win
Coll-Agri-Fun
Annual Show
Alpha Gamma Rho won the
"Coll-Agri-Fun" night show, with
their skit, "The Standin's Re
venge," and the Lather Boys took
first place in the curtain act
division of the show with their
act entitled "Harmonics."
The general theme of the win
ning skit was to describe the trials
and tribulations of the standin.
"Harmonies" featured a barber
shop quartet.
Love Hall took second honors
among the skits with their pres
entation of "John's Other Life."
The second place curtain act was
entitled "Atomic Home Econom
ics" and was presented by the
Home Ec club.
Judges were Miss Evelyn Metz
ger, associate professor of home
economics in design; William
Morgan, instructor in speech and
radio; and Dr. L. B. Snyder, as
sociate professor of rural economics.
World Federation Will Be
TojJc for Tuesday Convo
BY EUGENE BEliMAN.
Colgate Prentice, national pres
ident of the Student Federalists,
will be the speaker at a convo
cation to be held in the Union
ballroom at 4 p. m. Tuesday.
He will speak on the challenge
federal world government offers
to university students in connec
tion wit'-' the strength and weak
ness o!' Jnited Nations today.
PrentLo has been actively
working for both the Federalists
and various veterans' organiza
tions since his discharge from the
air force last December. As a
gunner in the European theater he
received decorations and cita
tions, including several Air
Medals "for meritorious service."
Nation Wide Tour
A 22-ycar old junior at Swarth
more college in Pennsylvania, he
has taken a term off from his
studies for his nation-wide speak
ing tour, which has been under
taken for the purpose of explain
ing to student and civic groups
the principles involved in world
government. The tour has been
highly praised by Clifton Faddi
man, Emery Reeves and Clarence
Streit.
One of the most outstanding
features of his lectures is the op
portunity for the audience to ask
questions concerning any phase of
his subject. His knowledge of the
subject of world federal govern
ment has been said to be phe
which earlier in the season had
The Nebraskans held the high
ly touted Joe Golding, the Soon
er's top candidate for all-America
honors, in check all afternoon,
but it fas by using the same Mr.
Golding as a decoy that Okla
homa was able to spring Jack
Mitchell and Dave Wallace loose
for substantial gains. However,
it was the Sooners aerial attack
rather than their ground assault
that paid dividends.
The first touchdown was scored
late in the opening quarter when
fullback Eddie Davis broke
through a hole in the Husker
left side and went twenty-one
yards into the end zone. The
Sooners had maneuvered into
scoring position by a series of
weak Husker punts which were
held back by a strong south wind.
When the Huskers finally got
themselves out of the hole, ahey
began a drive from the Oklahoma
forty-three yard line which re
sulted in a touchdown.
The biggest chunk of yardage
was picked up by speedy Dick
Hutton on a screen pass from
Fred Metheny. Hutton took the
ball on the Sooner forty-five and
behind the wall of blockers sped
thirty yards to the fifteen.
On the next play Cletus Fischer
in action for the first lime since
the Iowa game, went to the two
See FOOTBALL, Page 7
nomenal, for before starting on
the tour he conferrd with all of
the leading persons in the field
of world government and has thus
compiled an almost unlimited
knowledge of all modern pro
posals. Dinner.
His tour througout the slate of
Nebraska has been planned by
the Student Federalist chapter
here at the university, which is
planning a dinner for him on
Tuesday evening. His first ap-
See FEDERATION, Page 6
Union Announces
Full Entertainment
Schedule Today
Pat Lahr, Union director, has
announced a full schedule of en
tertainment for Sunday.
The movie "Lifeboat" will hf
featured at 3 Sunday afternoon in
the Union ballroom. Stai-ring in
that show are John Hnriiak Tal-
lulah Bankhead, William Bendix,
and Canada Lee.
Also announced were the tra
ditional afternoon coffee hour
from 5 to 6 in the lounge and a
buffet supper in the main dining
room from 5:30 to 7:00 Sunday
evening. Bonnie Compton will
play at the piano throughout the
supper.