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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Monday, December 3, 1951
NU Professor Writes Article
In Honor Of French Scholar
Dr. E. V. Telle, associate pro
fessor of romance languages, is
one of two American professors
Invited to submit articles for a
book honoring the distinguished
French scholar, Augustin Renau
Works by 21 professors and
'Scholars from the western world
will appear in the book to be
published in January in Switzer
land by the Bibliotheque d'Human
Isme et Renaissance, an interna
tional organization devoted to
study of the period of history be
tween the Middlr Ages and mod
He -examines a hitherto neg
lected chapter in a book written
in 1548 by. the brilliant philoso
pher and writer, Rabelais. In it,
Rabelais, a monk who discovered
many evils in the monks of Jhis
time, suggested that France rid
itself of the monks by sending all
of them to the New World.
Harmon, Olson Chosen
As Builders Sub-heads
Margaret Harmon and Dale Ol
son have been appointed as sub
heads of Ag Builders tours com
mittee, according to Jeanne Vierk,
Miss Harmon will supervise and
plan women's tours on Ag campus
and Olson will be in charge of
Miss Vierk stated that the pur
pose of creating these new posi
tions is to promote better tours on
the campus. The new sub-heads
will work in conjunction with
Miss Vierk and her assistant,
On The Air j
3:06 Musie from Every
where. 3:15 Coffee Royal.
3:30 Authors of the Ages
'4:00 Jockey Jamboree.
4:15 Musical Memoirs.
4:30 Shake Hands with the
4:45 Sweet and Lowdown.
5:00 Sien Off.
University Press Now Ten Years Old
The University Press is cele'
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Press has published 32 books, and
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faculty, alumni, citizens and for
mer citizens of Nebraska.
The first book published by
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