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Thursday, January 4, 1951
LINCOLN 8. NEBRASKA
Thursday, January 4, 1951
The ancient Korean capital of
Seoul is gain being assaulted.
It was reported Wednesday that
seven Chinese communist armies
were surging the -outskirts of the
The city's fall depends tupon
how soon the Chinese units .can
isassemble, as -only the leading
lements of t he armies were
making the charge. The Chinese
were using some tanks, but the
main assauit was by the com
munist infantry.. The reds hit at
the city again and again, Respite
The U.S. and allied infantry
men were lighting to hold their
withdrawal line against over
whelming -odds. "
The Korean president, Syng
man Knee and his cabinet fled
the city only a few hours before
the reds crashed through a nee
onfi line of defenses seven to
ten miles to the north and north
east. Communications with Seoul
were seized Tuesday about 31:35
Plea for Unity
The 82nd Congress of the
United States began work Wed
nesday, Jan. 5. The lawmakers
were given -a plea for amity by
Speaker Sam Raybum -of the
House and Vice President Bark
ley, presiding c-fficer -of the Sen
ate. Speaker Rayburn said Sor the
Representatives '"do the things
that win make international
desperadoes and -despots lear to
get in cur path." On the (other
side -of the Capitol Barkley surged
the senators to resolve that
"'liberty shall mot perish from
Sen. Ernest W. McFarland of
Arizona was named majority
leader cf the Senate by a caucus
f Senate democrats. He said
that national unity was the im
portant thing lor the new Sen
ate. Russia Must Clarify
'"Further clarification" of Hue-
wias position -on a proposed lour
power meeting must be given to
the "west -before "the other three
powers can assume that Russia
is ready to take up -outstanding
world problems. This was Stated
'by Secretary of State Dean
Acheson. After -a meeting .of the
three powers, United States, Bri
tain and France, Acheson said
at a news conference that they
may ask Russia to -explain its
Excess Profits Tax
The new $3,300,000,000 tax
lull, putting a 77 per cent super
levy on corporation "excess
profits;' was signed by Presi
dent Truman "Wednesday. This
is the highest dollar figure in
the nation's tax collection his
tory. Mr. Truman qualified it
Toy saying, "the task ahead of
ius will require more and much
He also announced "I shall,
in due course, submit to the con
gress recommendations lor sub
stantial tax increases."
The Treasury experts are
studying other tax possibilities.
4t They have given out no -details
hs yet, but there is a possibility
that Individuals whose income
taxes were raised lust Cot. 1
may he -called on to pay still
The Nebraska state legislature
has woted down the .appropria
tion iof $100,000 for state civil
- defense. (Governor Peterson said
that it "hardly seems -conceivable!"
The legislature is holding
buck such action in -expectation
of a iederul fund for state civil
Senator Ed Hoyt -of MeCook
was named spuuker -of the legis
lature dofeuting Senator Arthur
Carmoriy of Trenton for the post.
ilurold P. Culdwel -or tOmaha
became the first Democrat to
hold the Attorney CeneralBhip
in several years. He was -elected
to fill the iihort torm Attorney
General post in the November
election. The Supreme Court
ruled thut he could he suuted
only after (certification by the
legislature. His torm will lust
(only :about 131 hours.
Army Call Affecla
The army's Dec. 26 (call im
fl()0 .additioiuil irewerve und nut- i
hniul guard ilinutenunts and .cu)-
taiim will include .commiiwioiKid '
iujjl irt'Horvists Who are to
jrraduate from .nolloges at mid-
iterm (Of tiie 11IJ0O-.51 -academic
Lust week the -urmy uid itimt
many men who were given ire
'v" turve (commisflions after .finishing
their ROTC training wore Ue
. flarred from active duTyiuntiltliey
foum compWte tlunr educution.
atuxu reaurviats lnoiuueci in
ttiie recent .nuli are tiume Who i
(fcuve hud leas tiiuh nue yuur .of
.regUlur service .os
. flfJold Wttvr uiMMHiipurivlnj: utrmic
jiurthorly wind, ftliwtly iiliiurlv
; -md mild Thurnuy nliflU.
Regents Cut Request .
University Budget Plans
Affected by 'Emergency'
Declaration -of the national
-emergency has affected and will
affect the 1951-53 general -operating
budget of the University
which will be submitted to Gov
ernor Val Peterson and the 1951
The University's Board of Re
gents Saturday cut more than a
million dollars from the operating
budget request. This move was
taken in an effort to gear the in
stitution's 1951-53 operations to
the national -emergency.
This reduction represents, as
stressed by the Regents, a post
ponement but not abandonment of
much of the "expansion" of Uni
versity services planned before
the -declaration of a national
Fourteen -departments and col
leges of the University will be
affected by the $1,004,600 reduc
tion. Major reduction will include
much proposed -expansion, pro
jects and staffs.
The adjusted request will be
submitted to Governor Peterson
and the legislature in the
form of an appendage to the bud
get plans which the governor re
viewed at a hearing with Uni
versity officials last Monday.
Dec J8 Hearing
R. W. Devoe, president of the
Board c-f Regents, asked time to
talk the matter ever with the
governor at the Dec. 18 hearing
on the budget. Peterson said that
he and Devoe have conferred
once and will meet again, but
that there is "'nothing -definite,
yet" on the matter.
The remainder of the $2,3 81.,
000 original expansion request
was said still to he justified by
the national emergency.
Chancellor R. G. Gufitavson
said the reduction tems from the
1. The national -demands for
trained manpower in an .emer
gency may make it impossible to
staff much -of the proposed teach
ing, research and public service
programs the University had
2. Much of the equipment
needed for the proposed programs
would involve aise of materials
vital to an -effective national -defense
3. Mobilization -of young men
of -student age probably will
shrink (Student fee income about
25 percent below that of this
"In the tpresent crisis," me
Chancellor said, "'the University
recognizes the need lor reiilitic
planning. This is no time to allow
emotional -demands lor frugality
in state government to reduce
the University of ineffectiveness
in -event -of war."
o War Responsibility
'"The University as well aware
of the duties it will be -called
upon to perform in (event -of war.
In revising the budget plans, we
have ikept m mind that the Uni
versity would he -a training cen
A contest for the selection -of
a new emblem for the -Engineer's
Week plague is now being spon
sored by the Engineers Week
An award of $15 will he -offered
lor the best emblem, which
will be selected -on the basis of
the following rules:
1. All regulurly -enrolled
undergraduate students of the
University .ure eligible to pwtici
pute. 2. The liniBhed -emblem will be
three to four inches in width,
height, and diameter. The de
sign submitted must he twice this
3. The mume 'College -of En
gineering and Architecture, Uni
versity -of Nebraska;" must up
peur on the emblem.
4. 'The (duHign on the -emblem
must be symbolic of the College of
Engineering .und Architectui-e.
5. Each -entry must be Sketched
or drawn with instruments-on 8
by 11 inch imper.
6. The designs submitted will
ie -judged on the Ibsisis of general ;
aiipuurunue, urrnngemeut iof de-
tails und suitability. !
7. All iciitries must be -muiled
to C W. Cunninghum, Engineer's '
week -conteHt .chairman, X
St., Lincoln, hofore Jinn. 13, 11)51.
Previously -this pluque has ibeen
uvvui tied to tiie tlepurtmont whidh
won the ISnginiior's Week compe
tition. The emblem, to he cast -of
bronze, should he comparutivoty
simple -in -design, yet .eluborute
.enough to convey the lull signifi
cance (behind Engineers -Week.
- Siio - ball' lo Open
The "SnoJbiiU':, first Ag OJnion
-dunce -of ai)51 will he held Jan.
15. 'Tickets can he ;puix'huKd in
the Ag "Union 'lobby -any time ihe
!fore the dunce. 'They will also he
siild -ut ittie -ttiior .ut ttiie price KID
Hobby Mils ;und 'his (Oi:(Jiiestra
will (provide the rmuiiic. lutein
miHHion ..entortuinnient will dion
sitit -uf mil luiioordtun munibnr hy
Prun McArdie, a sitiort 4ik,it iby
Alplm vGumniu Rho, -und u Sew
niusiciil munibers iby rthe Furm
students (rilaiming lintoreHting
hobbies are lurgwd ;to Hiring ttimm
I to (the ttlunce if or (eKlilbitioii. THudh
ittiings ure stamps, -puintingK,
miiKlol uirjiluues, .'hundioruft .nl
iijucte, -unti(iuun und toroign miude
'Utcorut've lij.itiats luivc utrciUlyjibrijiht. 'The young tmuu -alwnys
-bcori rprimtixiid lav 'the ihilKbyillitiikutl ilor itiir inudtu:ul way.
i atiow which us -au added iuutujx.,1 The atudunt's iname Wal Pb-ids
ter, a research center and vital
resource in the accelerated pro
duction of food. We believe the
revised budget wil leave the
University ready to assume its
full responsibility in event of
"'The reductions the Regents
have recommended today will
disappoint many Nebraskans who
-earnestly believed the projects
proposed in the original budget
request would be of great value
The Dec. 18 meeting of Uni
versity officials and the governor
was called in an effort to revise
the budget dn an adjustment to
President Truman's recent nat
ional emergency order and Gov
ernor Peterson's previous call for
state construction curtailment.
Chancellor Gustavson and Dean
of Faculties Carl Borgmann gave
theiT reasons for the increased
budget. Later -during the hearing
Peterson told the gathering of
University deans and Board of
Regents reasons why he believed
the budget request "could not be
absorbed by existing tax meas
ures." The Governor told the group
that the University budget lor
the -coming biennium was far out
-of line with -other state govern
-Of the overall reduction of
$3,004,600, the State tax fund
share is $504,600.
The program reductions in
cluded these major items:
Agriculture experiment stat
tion program cut $1 89,000. Of the
total cut, $34,000 was eliminated
from proposed Missouri Basin
College of Aits and Sciences
cut $131,550. The reduction is
made possible by -expected reduc
tion -of student load .at the fresh
College -of Business Adminis
tration cut $39,000. This would
reduce the college slightly aindsr
its present (Operating level.
College of Law cut $71,700. AH
proposed expansion eliminated.
School of Journalism cut $4,600
All proposed expansion elimin
ated. College -of Agriculture cut $26
See Bude-et, Page 2
'Girl of Year'
The New Year's first contribu
tion iof coed 'beauty -on the Uni
versity -campus win be (Officially
welcomed Saturday, Jan. '6. when
thP (HiiWInr (Ciric ,;n ik
presented at the Union 'ballroom.
The dance to he held in their
honor is ccsponsoi'ed hy
Builders -and the Union.
Tickets will -go -on sale Thurs-;five lCurtain acts and five skits
day m the Union lobby. The price to participate in the annual Pcfl
is 44 -cents per person. iiUss Feb. 77 -and -B. The -acts win
-voiing lor Tine Txir.l -ol the
Year" will be done by writing
me name -oi "cne candidate -on tne
ticket stub. The winner will be
presented -during intermission.
' Hank Cech will preside as
master -of -ceremonies. Dancing
wjii ue Jium v w -p.nl. io tne
music -of Aaron Schmidt. Re
freshments will he served.
The lOfil Calendur Girls are as
follows: The 'Girl .of the Yeai"'
will he picked from this group.
jo Ann JJcrry, (Oamma I'hj j0r .personality and chdlurHhip
Beta; (Grace Burkhardt, Delta I Coed Follies will he -given Feb.
Delta Delta; Cathy Corp, Pi Beta 1.27 in the Nebraska theatre. The
Phi; Caryl -Giltner. Terrace 'hall; TNC will he irevealed at this
Lou Kennedy, Alpha Xi Delta; time.
Iluttie Mann, Love hall; Nancy 'The -coed acts will 'he jjudged
Pumpiirey, Kappa Kappa Cam- the night .or the performance hy
ma; Kuth Raymond, Delta Cam- I faculty members. Last year's cur
mu; Jo Riciiurds, Kappa Delta; I tain act winner was Kappa
llurbara Roland, Town club: "Har -
riett Wenke, Kappa Alpha Tiieta;
and Phyllis Wheeler. Alpha cOmi
ft ft ffk f fff A
W jb m mtm m m m m m m
y Gerry I ellnuui
"'Who iis imy mont -unforgflttuble
Student? You may -as well ;aiik
me whioh iis tthe imtat heuutifU)
tree dn ;a 4oredt:"
Tiiis was Dr. William K. Pfeil-
(Oi1' unswer :to -my .yuention.
Pieilei:, Iheud .of rthe Germunic
ilunguuge .depurtmont .-stated tthirt
lie (cnUld aiirt -specify :any (one Iin
dividual as the imost luniiii'get-
uble. Hut ihe would tell .of ev-
.oral (Of lhi& studont who -are tii--deed
tunlorgottuble iin .one way
(One hundred percent tcroiwen--trution.
'Thut is the .uuulity
Wliitih Pfeilur -uHsnulates with .one
.of -his (unforgettable pupils. The
Instructor :tuted itiiut Hie Ihus
never meen a young tmun witli
suiih :u hsustuiued aipp'Uuution to
studying. The iHtudtmt itievej
iSHuiiuid ito ti'Uliix Ibut irutliur .mnv
itinuuliy ihud Ibis '"nose to 'the
grind (Htonei" Hie .imenuid always
to ihuve itiis ilmud horit .down ovor
Pfuliur O'uniui'Ued tiiut Wiion iin
iiiluf's ittie studont would flit meur
u "window whore ittie light was
' ' ' 1
it .,.4, I WmA:imA.
-omirwmy -iif Lmniilii Journal Onurtesy ia iiinooln JouniW
AWARD WIXXEES Dean Carl Borgmann and Sue Allen were
named as last, semester's outstanding Nebraskans. The two were
chosen for their service and contributions to the welfare of the
University by The Daily Nebraskan staff-
4Raf Seeks Nominations
For 4Best Husked Aivards
"Meritorious service in pro
moting the welfare and spirit of
the University" will pay off to a
student and an administrati've -or
a faculty member.
Two outstanding Nebraskans
will be presented certificates by
The Daily Nebraskan containing
these words in recognition of a
Members of the faculty -and
student hody may imake nomina
tions ior the award. Winners will
be announced in the last issue oi'
the ""Sag" this semester, Jan. 12.
Nominations should be accom
panied by a few paragraphs ex
plaining why the nomination was
made. These selections should be
sent through the campus mail or
brought to the -"Rag" office by .5
p.m, Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The awards, started last year
by The Daily 'Nebritskan, were
awarded to Chancellor R. G.
Gustavson and Tom Novak, first
semester last year; and Dean Carl
Borgmann and Sue Allen, the
Dean Borgmann is dean -of f ac
tulties at the University. Miss Al
len was cited Sor her work -as
.chairman cf the NIICWA spon
sored United Nations mock Gen
eral Assembly last spring and tor
her work -as president of the
YWCA. She is a senior this year
.and recently attended the na
tional aHflembb7 Tw-etinp of the
TW ana YM at Oxford, G.
Chancellor Gustavson received
Coeds Will Bemn
Organized women's houses wul
'begin rehearsing Coed roHies
skits this month
Houses turned in their ideas to
AWS, sponsor .of Coed Frillies, he-
She 1 ore Christmas In rder to pre
CIm. n.lftd .nn atit.h .nriffiruilitv
cleverness, -audience .appeal and
Curtain -acts are limited to live
j minutes, skits to .eight minutes.
i Houes must have their Typical
Nebraska Coed candidates in hy
Friday. Jan. 12. Each .orcaniza-
tion is limited to two candidates,
TNC tryouts will he held Tab.
6 und the final selection will he
Feb. 13. The cued will he chosen
by faculty members and
jKuppa (Gamma, Delta Camma
pladeti first in the skits.
Coed Pollies chairman iis Mar-
terson, governor of tthe state jjj
Anotiiei' lunlorgettable iis a
young athlete Wiio wus the exuui
.opposite -uf Governor Peterson
-while in -dlass. The fltudeirt mever
-concentruted .('.ompU-et-elly .un
Germun. He was iprdbably tiiiiik
ing iniore -ubout tfootbull. Hut he
-did pass the .wiui'se. Pieilar
Rtlltt!d tlmt the young man was
"nut a ttop jStudetrt iin German
ibut :h -.very tune tftillow and a
Tlic -utluoWs inunie George
Suuor. Suuui:, an all-Ameriauii
tnckle w'iiile iluying loiitbutl here
lor tthe (Dniversity, ik mow head
gaothu'll iitoutih 4uj" liajUor tuiii
versttx:. Pieilor says ithut !he will .al-
i'yB rememper .one m mis wonv
ifin -Htuaents him (eventually
turned -a laufitors (degree an
German. Getting tthe vdegrue iis
not iin iitsolf luuusuul, hut tthis
"voung" Uudy wus cover .seventy
years .old when :Uhe trreueived Jtt.
IChiidw; ftiiluimrs '
FiUgone Lusiihei, HSUmer ilpra
gue, m(i Didk Sitb ;u)te ttliree
.utiier MttuCleuts wiio Pieiler will
priibdbJy never fforget. They -ull
-Htui'tiK) Gornum with Mm. The
iiinitmiirtor O'eniui'bed tthut Ihe,
-knew irom the .turd tthut .eiiUh;
Mine .01 itliem wmiifl he .-ui!iieHs-
iiU. This wus ItwcHUHe ttliey ;al' !
did tmore rttiun nmy weiie ;utlkd
on ineiu'ly .every .mi:uMitm.
Porliups iit filitiiild Hie uddtiti tthut
flu.w 'thtw inmu -did simuettd.
Em.'ii .nT tthmi Ihas U(euoKil wind
ipnlbubly tthe inuKtl iuniiius-
the award for willingness to co
operate with the students, A
well known educator, Dr. Gustav
son has said:: "There is -always a
place in my appointment book
for a student who wishes to dis
cuss his problems and those of
the University..'" Novak won the
award for being a great athlete
as well as a great Nebraskan, He
holds various sports titles for his
The only restriction placed on
persons eligible for the citation is
that the nominee may not be a
member of The Daily Nebraskan
Winners will be selected hy
staff members of the "'Rag."
To Visit Hawaii
Who wouldn't spend a week
end at the Palace hotel in San
Francisco and a lO-.day lour to
the Hawaiian Islands rather than
spend the next two weeks in the
class it com?
Etp-e cially in
Rex Messer- r :
smith, Ag jun
ior, win he .do
ing just that
dent -of the Ne
C.a t tl eman's
wiU .attend the
vention .of the American National
Live Stock -association.
The University's student coun
.cil member win be .on hand for
the 54th .annual meeting .of the
Junior Live-stock association
when it .convenes Jan. B dn San
He is a candidate lor president
of the American Junior Live
MeHsersmith left his home in
Alliance Dec. 26 and traveled hy
.car with his parents to Caliloi
ni' United Air lanes is planning
a 10-dcty stockmen's tour to the
Hawaiian Islands ioilowing the
3lut All Sunshine
Not -all .of Messersmith's week
-end will he spent basking in the
ttt was reported in the Decem
ber issue .of the American Here
ford Journal that many matters
-of -impatance to the -cattle in
dustry are scheduled lor consid
.erittion -and .decision.
Issues to he -discussed include
:priue controls, the farm program,
reciprocal trade, the Packers -und
pStoclcyards Act, public relations,
Isanitary regUiutions, particulaiuy
i those applying to Bang s -diHease,
and public 'land legislation.
!a - wurd thut a student may earn
tu QKhodes .schulursiup,
Miss TUnionUla Adums its .an
.othur .of Pieilei" ULiiilcirgettuble
titudoirts. Miiis Adums was .one .oi
those people Who although poor
in German (excelled in -other sub
jects. lit seems that Miss Adums 'had
a terrible time in German (duns.
Pieiler tremuitad, "She &;ud .a
conujlete luck (Of iiinderstutidiing
sftir ttiie grammar und irtructurt'
(Of ttiie llunguuee- ut he .added,
"Slie had tfuiih a feiendly miit'
und such a -ewiiut (disposition thut
la uld.,lw,v,er :niud Jwu;!'
The itiHtr-iurtor a'ememburs that
itt times Ihe would work -itrto a i
ewiiut aittempting -ti) .eKpluiii j
'something aihoul the Uuuguane, tto
'hex. Aftor-ailung und lengthy x
p'lunution he would JMk hope- j
tUIly, "TIow .do you (understand ;
iit, Miss Adums.?"
"Hut .-ittie would ilhuke hot
head ;aud xmy wtietJ.v, "HJu, 11
(Uidu'l. :gat a tiling. Would you ,pu
(vr iit (once -again, ILur. Pfluiior.?"
Sliw tttiis niu'U,. sweet, tunas
aumiug woman who wus ainuble
tD (Comprehend Gurmun iis hdlfl
ai ig (uuxte :au lunusuul ;and lin
torestmg . jut) iniiHiiionury worts
Pieilor aid ttiiat lliis tnwrnt ain-Soi-gtittulile
pi'OUP nf students
were tthe ASJTP anen v.'hi) studied
at ttUt UuiveraiV .during Woitld
war ITJ. AKTP titcUids Sor Army
Sipeuiulhied Training Coirp.
These mien w)-e ilitiimed iu tLtxve
(Otic llnmdi'tid -anil sKvhy .ill
tliom itmiii German. luuib Xluy
a tW- '
Low Cards May
Numbers One to Hundred
Called; Procedure Same
Students with registration assignment numbers on
to 100 can start the final step in second semester today.
The doors of the Military and Naval Science building
will be open for registration of students from S a.m. to
11:30 a.m. and 12:45 pjn, to 4:30 p.ra. One hundred to
125 students are expected to reg
ister each hour.
Registration procedure wiU be
the same as ia previous years.,
Students must present their reg-:
istration assignment cards at the
-door as their number appears.
Numbers mill be posted cm the
blackboard in front of the Mili
tary and Naval Science building
and in 'The Daily Nebraskan.
Upperclassmen must bring
their work sheets signed by their
-advisers to register.. Those in the
junior .division can pick sup their
work sheets in Temporary A.
This should be done far enough
in advance to prevent registra
Time, room and building -of
classed are filled ut by the stu
dent Once this is done, then only
pulling their IBM cards remains
and second semester registration
Mechanical pencils will be
given at the -door to -all students
registering through Ihe courtesy
-of the Lincoln Bank of Com
merce. Dr. Floyd Hoover, assistant
registrar .and assistant .director of
admissions, emphasizes the fact
that no student should skin class
for registration. He expects the
University registration will be
completed in less than a week.
Students having lower marc
hers should be discouraged in
giving their readmittance slips to
those having high numbers for
this is unfair to -all concerned.
Dr. Hoover states that he would
a.ppreciae any student nugget-
lions -as to how to prevent this.
During registration procedure
students wID receive a copy of
the new ""NU rule.'" The rule is
-inf 'great concern to all (register
ing. Registration fees must he paid
alphabetically from Jan. 22 to .24:
Jan. 22 A to H; Jan 23. 1 to Q;
-and Jan. 24 31 to Z.
Second semester 'clauses wiU
begin Monday, Jan. 2V.
In Aulo Accident
Two University students, J ames
Parmelee -and Martha Picard,
were injured in an automobile
accident near Geneva .on Dec. 2Q.
Miss Picard reported that, .a car
pulled -out from a crossroads
ahead -of the car to which they
were riding. Parmelee, who was
driving, swerved the car, and
went into a 25-foot -ditch. Miss
Picard tell .out at the top -of the
-embankment, hut Parmelee was
-carried to the bottom of the ditch.
Parmelee was taking Miss
Picard to her home in Geneva.
He was taken to St. Elizabeth's
Hospital in ILincdln, while Miss
Picard was taken to Geneva. Al
though in critical condition im
mediately :after the .accident, he
is reported recovering satisfac
torily.. He received a ihrain con
cussion and a fractured hand, -as
well as multiple bruises.
Miss Picard was mat iinjured
seriously., -and was released sev
(erul -days trom the hospital after
Parmelee iis sophomove in
chemical .engineering. Miss Picard
is -a ttttenhman da Arts and
they attended .a Germun Uectui'e
iur .one iiiour .and a German
speech (dlaBS tfur two 'lioui'fi.
Pieiler .-fitated , tliat ttiis tileot
group was probably ttie most
suciieasful one tiurt ilie has vei
taught. In .a aiiiort time, these
men were suble to speak German
Hut tthor-e iis a sad ending tto
the tale (concerning rtliis gitoup.
Pieiler places white crosses .on
the records (of tthoHe .of hie .stu
.dettts wh hiwe .died. IBeiore the
war .ended., many .of tthose DiiU
ASTP mien hud White ci'tsises .on
their cards tin the instructor'
'" w'ho iis mty most tiutfur-i
jgettUble .studeut? Y.ou unity ais
well atik me Whiih iis tthe mosit
heautilul ti'ee iin a Sujtest."
For Gmd C ranis
A smafl muniber .uf -Eegeuls
mon-oiesidetil tuition Stillowabips
jam availiiljile 4or .ptadunte situ-;
-dertlB (tiiu'iiiE tthe second semesrter ;
$'.tudet;t6 iiutej-eitted should sUt- i
-mti -lippiicHliiuni; in tiie Graduate '
(Ullfiiit;, ffluu'iid Suieiuies ibulldirig,
Siooin 033., me Uuttn- tthun niuun,
Jim. nn, auca.
JEaiib jipplititttiuu tmuMt he ,uc
comptitiiud hy tthe flreitommetida
tiou .irf 'the imiyor .tiipai'tmitrt
Porms may he siiuurtiCl iu ttiie
Gruduute (ulluie. , ,i
ISA to Poll
Permission has been granted
the Uiu'verrsity Student Council
to have a questionnaire on stu
dent cpinion I the Independent
Students association included ia
Betty Green, chairman of stu
dent activities committee, pre
sented this information to the
Council at a meeting Wednesday.
Dr.. Floyd Hoover, assistant
registrar, win allow a brief
-questionnaire, to be handled by
ISA, to he mcluded 3b regis
tration. A Council representative "will
be stationed at the -door -of the
Military and Naval Science
building to hand .out the form
to Sndependent students. An en
velope addressed to the Council
moQ be mcluded also.
This poll .of independent sto--denl
.opinion will be taken ia
.order to know the reactions eft
a larger per cent .of the students
towards the USA problem.
i TTr- mrw -r i
' J Jll 1 rOkl
To be included in registra
tion, also, if necessary, will foe
a .praesticmnaire aan luruversal
Schools .of the Eig Seocen to
dent council convention (decided
to poll student .opinion .on this
subject. The results .of this poll
were to he presented to -various
However, President Truman
has indicated that he will not
ask Congress to take iup thi
problem. He said the program
could not run concurrently with
the present draft laws.
The Council will wait Tuntn
definite word from the nation's
administration is received before
they take action .on the proposed
Following a meeting .of the
judiciary committee . with sev
eral foreign students, the Coun
cil heard recommendations Jar
action .on repeal .of the McCarran
This act is in regard to the
immigration .of .aliens into the
United States fur .other than
The .committee recommended:
Daily Nebraska publicity .on the
bill; delegation .of the matter le
NDCVVA; .discussion an the
Council by ome authority an the
bill: tftutierrt (Questionnaire after
Suggestion was made that the
University 'STM .and W would
he on a better position lo handle
the situation. NUCWA is inter
national iin scope and the T
groups are national s m tte
Tiie time and place ittf rthe meidt
meeting .of the judiciary commit
tee lo -discuas the ibiH wiU prob
ably .appetu- in The Daily -Nebraskan.
Bob Tarwood, 3S-,uiuh otepj'e
setf.Htjve, was appointed tto in
nestigate aind make ir'eaommen--dutious
to the CotmcU itin tix
proposed Dick Button ttropby,
Benry T Botedlpw, .-aHBistant
iprafessur .of .uhemiiitry, ii jt mew
faculty tadviser on tiie Council,
SuUovung ttiie O'esigntrtion cff Prcff.
uggeiiUid hy Gene Eerg mil
iinteoctuiied hy George Wiloo
was tthe -pitm of .m'tlowing -attivrrr
men ;and tmale luttwe iiulder tl
'jteturn to t'iietr former position
difter servmg tin tthe sBrmefl
Tliis sugpeutiou was mmde 5b
iregaj'd to world iaffair nfl tte
tjteiiettt (draft jstatus Whidb iis ttak
litig tDiuveracry anen tte aerve iin
tthe armed forces.
3Iinis!er lo Speak
At I VCF 3reetm
The Ew, Oyfte IDedker -WiS
x uuiwHiup tniurauej's iub tine us
jtutt "tDiitttlitinne"' ,nt tthe mottUnf .
Sptiuiiil imutiie wiU lie Snuludltid
-id ittiin jt' iu"j5 Sirat meeting $6" toe
urguuu:utiti) Thursday, Jan. ,t
7i:.'d) ipavx,, iRuam X'lk, HJauun..
This iis tthe second .appearance
.tif the sspwiker htSuire tthic group.
Be spoke Iliutt year ttw ojietnberK..
Studottti; .nwd ftamiity menitwn
.utl .dmumuuKtuiitii uuay atttaufl
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