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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thursday. February 1, 1951
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W AT WORK Hard at work are Dolores Lovegrove, UW presi
dent, Mary Sibner and Barbara Your.g. YW officers and cabinet
form governing body.
By Kex Messersmith
Here we are, back to another
semester. Back to the same old
grind but at a new angle; here
"Tall Corn" is. back to the very
same grind, but with a new line.
know, the Ag
3 o meti mes
called an "in
v e stment
h o u se." be
cause the in
alone has paid
S90 for every
dollar s p ent
in the past 50 years.
I was talking to one of the Ag j
amms ana ne maae me wisn 1
could have taken horticulture
during the last war years. Seems
as how they could sample all the
awarded this year look mighty
good, and would look better on
your mantle at home. With the
show more than a month and a
half away, this should leave
plenty of time for the showmen
to get their animals in tip-top
condition. So, I would like to
urge all you guys and gals to
sign up now for your 1951 Jr.
The Ag Exec board has sent
notices to Ag organizations that :
it is not proper to tack "adver
tising" notices on the trees. Now,
what will be used in place of
; those 'Burma-Shave' type signs j
j that have flourished so freely on j
i campus lately? Especially since ;
ithe ground is frozen?
Question of these times: If j
j the College Days committee can't j
' come to an agreement with the !
Engineers on program ar-
; rangements, what will the ;
Farmer's Fair board do? Only i
time will tell,
j San Francisco was all
but 1 prefer snow to fog
BY ART EPSTIEN
"Authors of the Ages" will
start its second semester broad
casting on February 8th. This
program, that is heard weekly
over radio station KFOR, has
rec e i v e d an
minutes to its
will start at
9:00 instead of
the added five
minutes may -V V
seem a small v '
matter to you, J
J V. .Him .
boon to Mr. Epstien
Erling Jorgenscn, producer of
"Authors." Mr. Jorgensen stated
that the additional time will al
low for much more effective
Jorgensen is again sending out
an invitation to all students who
are interested in partaking in
"Author of the Ages"- produc
tions to come to the Temple
building tomorow for an audi- j
tion. He stressed that you need i
not be a speech major to be ;
a member of a casting group.
The only prerequisite that you
need is the ambition and willing
ness to work ar.d learn.
tu . . j : : . i v ...
uate student instructor, will be j
held from 1:00-5:00 in studio'
"A." The main purpose of the J
auditions is to calague each per
former on a master casting file
card. This means that you need
to try out only once for the "Au
thor" productions. These cards,
styled in th-; form of national
radio companies files, will in
clude vital information for the
casting directors. Such data as
class schedules, foreign lan
guages, musical ability, previous
experience, voice type, and qual
ity and diction will be on the
file cards. Also the
ability to portray a character
i ....... .
By Joan Savage
Women's basketball season is
officially open today. The first
play of or on WAA intramural
calendar is between Gamma
Phi's team one and Tri Delt's
This opening game will begin
J 'at 5:00 p.m. On the scneauie ror
Thnrsrtnv is Alnha Phi's team one
yand the Woman's Residence Hall.
! Even though the basKetnan m
itramnral is iust starting, another
'sport's program is being planned.
The coming athletic is duckpins.
The representatives from an or
101 Grant Memorial, Wednesday,
Jan. 31, to discuss the approach
ing sport. The meeting will be
gin at 5:00 p. m.
Sport's clubs are all meeting
for activity this week with the
exception of Badminton club. The
club time has been changed from
Wednesday to Tuesday, and the
first meeting of the semester will
not be until next week. Tennis
club Will meet in Grant Memorial
for indoor play.
DIVIDENDS LUSH Chancellor R. G. Gustavson, left, and Dean
W. V. Lambert discuss the 63rd annual report of the University's
Agricultural Experiment Station. The college has been termed
an "investment house," which turns back rich dividends to Ne
braskans. The investment in crops research alone has paid $90
for every dollar expended in the past 50 years, says the an
nual report. (U of N Photo.)
We have a part-time position for a male
sturiml who has the period 11 to ! 0ifn
a dava each week. Duties consist of
carrying trays ot dishes. Apply employ,
ment oiflce, "th floor.
MILLER & PAINE
PERFECT study room. Sleeping room
separate. Private shower. Evn-'-thlnR
furnished. Reasonable. 2-1443. 1948 "J".
Rooms available, slnttle or double. 1425
Close In, large sleeping room for 2 boya.
321 North 16lh St.
Attention students, two rooms now avnll.
able at Student Hotel, 327 soum inn.
For Sale Tuxedo, siie 40. 3-6495 after
FOR SALE Tuxedo, size 38. like new,
moderately priced. Telephone ,1-iHM.
Ag Research Responsible
For Nebraskans Dividends
one segment of the work during
the past 50 years. He says the
state's bill for crop research
during these fifty years may
"UNPARALLELED ACHIEVEMENT FOR
AMERICAN MOTION PICTURES!"
"The Universitv has been
an 'Investment House'
which plows back rich dividends
to the people of Nebraska,"
That statfmAnt was mnriA nnt
long ago by Chancellor R. G. ! nave cosl ine state nearly a mn
Gustavson and appeared in the ll0n, dollars in the aggregate.
University's Agricultural Exten- I e a"nual '""'eased returns
sion Service News ' ne 'armers 'he state are
On strono vamiip M what : now estimated at 90 million dol-
! he meant ran hp fm.nrt in thp I 'ai"s at current prices. The 90
i nn,,oi -.t f thp ori. ! to one figure comes from this. !
cultural Experiment station ' "'wieu pmu may p. up
?Tod"d or.d D.ci.1 by OSSON WEUti
which has just been published.
Returns 90 to 1
a copy of the report at the Ex-
I tension Annex on Ag campus.
From only one single phase of ;M.IIV FEATURES START!
! ynx-ersity's operations dur-i VARSITY: - "Flying Missile."!
r pan ou jdii w.e i- ll:35. 3:33 5:31 7-29, 9:28.
have been 90 to one.' stjtf. "fS,,v.; ,. i--n
That's S90 in dividends to one .m . 'RmKQi0V'" - W
intr th nact
, 1 - ry I
persons j turns
New Constitution !
The new constitution proposed j
for Kansas State was defeated I
2 to 1 in the midst of a whirl- J
pool of rumor and Christmas va- i
cation bustle. i
The election turned out a vote
type of mature, young and other dollar expended. Those returns V .93 9 5 5
vanniiQ tvnc will Ho nut rr tV . .. -u..o, a.oo.
, ... . - t ..... w pwv v t 1 IV rinn't lnf iiWa K nthAK hAvtofite vwr wmw
cards for the convenience of the Zl 'Zr L "Sf ser
,vi" '"wiui ' &- uiicK, i:uu, o:, 0:1, o:u. oai-
riculture and other phase s of .lant Thoroughbred," 2:18, 4:40,
University work or the impor- 7:03, 9:25.
directors. You can see that bv
doing this the people that help
direct the productions will have
a file of players on hand at all
After the cards are filed, the
producer has but to scan through
the system to find the person
who will fit into the casting of
piay. ut course, if two people
cider thev wanted while judging j ot or1v 23 Per cent. 10 P1" cent i have the same qualifications they
it out in the University Orchard. ! 'ess than the one-third required, ;
What a iudeins tpam' ana iwo-muas 01 muse vuung
Last week a group of 4-H club
leaders who train the members
how to "make the best better,'
came back to school at Ag. The
"schooling" included recreation
training, and information on how
to train the club members to rec
ognize news and write stories for
Plans are progressing for the
1951 Jr. Ak-Sar-Ben, which will
be held March 17 in the State
Fair grounds coliseum. An
nouncements of the special ro:.- rVswm rf
events will be made later but the i"air rouV Um
important announcements for Courses on Ag Campus
this week are: all those inter- a training course for potential
ested in showing swine, sheep supervisors of Dairy Herd 1m
or cattle are to sign up in provement associations will be
Charlie Adam's office in Room conducted on the Ag campus
205, Animal Husbandry hall; from Febr. 12 to 17.
those planning on showing dairy j Extension dairyman C. W. Nib
animals must sign up in the j ler said the training will include
Dairy Industry building on or testing milk for butterfat, keep
before Saturday. j jng books for DHIA and infor
Remember, those personal, nation on feeding and managing
permanent trophies to be ! dairy cattle.
j scratched no, making the down
fall of the document emphatic.
The chairman of the constitu
tion felt if voters had studied
over the new constitution and
thought it out, it would have j
been approved. i
Kansas State's student council f
president commented that the j
election showed students certain- j
ly did not want such a constitu
tion as the one proposed. It is
plain that the one in force needs j
will be called upon to read from
the script before a final choice
tant teaching side.
The report tells about inves
tigations in crops, livestock, soils
chemurgy, farm management,
marketing and farm and home
equipment Which are carried on
I at Lincoln and at six outstate
j locations at North Platte, Val
entine, Scottsbluff, Alliance. Un
ion and Fort Robinson. Human
nutrition and family life crob-
Acording to Mr. Jorgensf.i, j lems are studied by a research
persons who have tried out for j staff at Lincoln,
parts in "Authors" production It is Dr. T. A. Kiesselbach who
before, should also take an audi- j points out in one section of the
tion so that his card might also , report the dividends from onlv
be placed m the casting files. '
For the secoond semester, "Au- Sharing the chores of direct
thors of the Ages" will continue j ing the productions will be Mr.
to vary the types of plays that ; Paul Bogen, head of the univer
will be produced. Everything ; sity's radio department,
from comedy to heavy drama j With the new casting filing
will be tried. Normally works I system, and two very capable
of well known authors will be directors, it will be the press aim
used for productions: however. ; of "Authors of the Ages" to pre
student writings will be used i sent to the students productions
if they are acceptable to the I that will be on a professional
faculty that governs "Authors." S plane.
-IN-l ACTION ShOW
PEARL BITK'S SENSATIONAL
NOVEL OF EXPLOSIVE TERROR
ALLEN "ROCKY" LAVE
"Rustlers On Horseback'
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And tobaccos that smell milder smoke milder. So
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leave NO UNPLEASANT A FT ER. TASTE.
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