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TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1950
THE DAILY NEBRASKA
II. of Nebraska, College of Agriculture
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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA
1 C O t "t
i S K ft .
1. Extension Annex, mailing and
duplicating- facilities for the
Agricultural extension service.
2. Child Development Labora
tory, a nursery-school type
J. love Memorial Hall, residence
ball for women.
4. Agricultural Hall, office of tbe
Dean of the College of Agri
cvltare, department of voca
tional education, Agriealtnral
5. Home Economies Hall, labora
tories, classrooms, and offices.
6. Foods and Nutrition BnHding,
bnmaa nntritioa laboratory,
classrooms, cafeteria, offices.
7. Student Activities Bafldlng,
pbysical education, recreation
S. Agricnltaral Engineering Hall,
offices, classrooms, and lab
oratories in woodwork, ma
chinery. 9. State Tractor Testing Labora
tories. 19. Heating plant.
11. Service Building, stores and
12. Horse barn.
13. Crops Laboratory.
14. Animal Husbandry Baildings,
research laboratories, class
rooms, Teterinary climes and
15. Plant Industry Hall, labora
tories, classrooms, and office.
1C Experiment Station Hall,
ehesnistry and soils laboratory.
17. Meat Laboratory.
18. Dairy Industry Hall, offices,
laboratories, .salesroom for
19. Poultry Husbandry HalL
29. Animal Husbandry Hall, class
rooms, offices, laboratories.
21. Motor Tracks Laboratory,
military department vehicles.
23. Beef Cattle Barn, experimen
tal feeding and housing.
24. Dairy Bams, dairy husbandry,
25. Sheep Barns.
Comprise NU Community
A community within a city.
This is the University of Ne
braska. With almost 8,004 students and
500 instructors and administra
tive heads, the University of Ne
braska is based upon a system of
legislative and administrative
work within the campus, although
its products reach throughout the
The people of Nebraska are pri
marily the governing body of the
University, for in them is vested
the responsibility of- electing the
Board of Regents. Responsible to
the Board is ChaaceHor K. G.
UTTHXN this community of
students, faculty and ad mini stra
ti vn, are the ten colleges of Agri
culture, Arts and Sciences, Busi
ness Administrate, Dentistry,
Engineering and Arckiteetare,
Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Teach
ers college and Graduate college.
There are also four schools the
School of Journalism, the School
of Fine Arts, the School of Nurs
ing and the Graduate school of So
cial Work. The Junior division
and the Extension division com
plete the larger units of the or
ganization. These, and the schools
are governed by directors.
The deans of aH these colleges
are important aids to Dr. Gustav
son in carrying out the work of
Instrumental in helping stu
dents get started at tbe Univer
sity is Dr. G. W. Kosenlof, direc
tor of admissions.
Through him you make contacts
with the University and are per
mitted to enter. Registration in
all your classes, grade reports,
transcripts of credits are all
cleared through his offices.
AN'OTHTK important official
Interested in the work of incom
ing students is Dr. Arthur A.
Hitchcock, director of the Junior
division. Freshman guidance
comes mainly through his offices
and all students remain in Junior
division until they have complet
ed the necessary scholastic re
quirements. When you have decided upon
your coarse and have met the re
quirements satisfactorily, you will
then be promoted by the Junior
division and may register in the
college of your choice.
KEEPING an eye oa your aca
demic success as well as social ac
tivities and housing are Dean of
Student Affairs T. J. Thompson
and Dean of Women Marorie
JolMHtoa. They soak e it possible
for 8,000 students to find living
The work of coordinating fac
ulties is in the hands of Dr. Carl
W. Borgmann, dean of faculties.
He is an administrative officer
who works closely with the Chan
cellor. John F. SeQeeik, University
business manager, handles the
monetary business of the campus.
It is his office that collects your
Talents in E-Week
Weve told you about Ivy Day,
Farmer Fair, and other honor
days at Nebraska, but now weTl
tell you about E-Week.
This is the week that en
gineering students shine. For
three or four days they put on
one of the biggest shows on
Have you ever seen -a robot
talk, or have you. heard the latest
about ekretrical engineering?
These are just a few of the dis
Displays of all kinds adorn tbe
campus durine fheu Hjv.
they all center around engineer
ing i eats produced and presented
by University engineering stu
dents. It's Something l Arm' Krnt
Rate High at NU
YouTl feel the first thrill of be
longing to the Comhusker family
when you witness for the first
time the university ROTC band
play the strains of "Dear Old
One of the best in the nation,
ROTC band has the reputation
for one of the best trained
and musically talented University
Although tbe marching band is
made up entirely of male students,
coeds too participate in the band,
and take part in all concerts and
appearances other than marching.
When the DOTC band appears
at half-time on football fields.
fans show their gratitude by pre
senting them with a big ovation
of applause. "v ,
IT YOU'RE a musician, and in
terested in becoming a member
of the University ROTC band,
you too, may try out during the
opening of fall and spring semes
The other large instrumental
association with the University
scnool of music is the University
symphony orchestra. Openings for
talented musicians are also await
ing you when you enter Nebraska.
Prof. Donald Lentz is director
of the ROTC band and Prof.
Emanuel Wishnow directs the
University Symphony orchestra.
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L LINCOLN'S FINEST FOR 4
h YOUR DANCING C
p PLEASURE a
Career Training Offered
In Speech, Radio, Theatre
"On the air!"
"The affirmative rests."
Familiar sounds of theatre.
radio and debate from high
school days need not end in
college. In fact, college oppor
tunities in these fields offer wide
experience, training and relaxa
tion for interested students.
Whatever talents you think
you have for the three modern
arts, take advantage of the possi
bilities they hold for you
whether you wish to enter any of
the three in related profession.;
or seek a pleasant outlet during
Know the thrill of treading th
boards in a production of the
great drama, "Faust," or a riot
ous comedy like "Once in a T.if-
time." Know the satisfaction that
comes from backstage crew
work, or publicity, or even
usnermg at a University- Theatre
Give yourself the chance tn
send your voice over the airways
m ciass or "live" radio
Once again, find relaxation in
me technical work, which
provides authentic learning.
Develop the ability to think on
your feet, to organize an effec
tive argument, to be informed
about current issues, to be
poised and confident thru prac
Whether you actually decide to
take a fling at these activities or
not, remember there is much to
gain from courses on the subject
training which complements all
otther fields of interest which
will prove invaluable as you ap
proach other tasks.
Howdy, Bnice Kennedy
The man behind the newspaper,
the campus Daily Nebraskan,
hails from Basin, Wyo has a
craze for optical illusions, Tri
Delts and mountains.
Kennedy, ATO r
senior in the
school of jour-
nalism, and a
member of In-
Student Coun- , ,
cil and secre-
tary of Corn $
Camoaicni ne i r V
vent ion in ramnnc hnnco. rm,'M
has long been a familiar face in
uie puDiication offices. Hell be
talkine to von in Tw-Ii-if .4,, :.,.
the coming semester as editor of
me iive-omes-a-week "Rag."
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