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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Friday, Februory 15, 1952
"Significant Aspects of Leader
ship" will be discussed by William
B. Bogar, principal of Lincoln
high school, at the first leader
ship training conference, Satur
techniques will be riven. The
topic for the demonstration will
be "The Parking Situation."
The audience will act as observ
ers and criticize how well the
I pampmet explaining activity equipment and supplies. The
n work to University students will! pamphlet is completed with a
an organization, discussion v tech
niques and publicity hints.
j or campus leaders there are
sections on how to schedule meet
ing rooms, get advisory help,
schedule pictures and obtain'
it happened at nu.J
The phone rang- at 1 a.m. at
the Pi Phi house a few nights
A male voice on the other end
said that he and his marine
buddies were in town for a
short time and would like dates.
The Pi Phi's refused the dates
but invited the marines to come
to dinner the following evening.
Phi's had a dinner party, steaks
and all. But no guests appeared.
The busboys were in the
winners in this tale for they
each had TWO steaks for
n yifWk nfi
-Pray er, Bay ' Sunday
The Universal Day of Prayer
me conierence is open to au be given out. The
siuaenis. jcvegisirauon win pegiiiuuns present miormauon on what Mortar Board and Innocent
at 9:30 a.m. in the Union. Con- makes a group click, roles of societies are sponsoring the con
ierence expenses will be WrPrlleaders. members and observers inference.
by a 25 cent fee.
The morning coffee hour,
10:30 a.m. until noon, win dis
cuss types of leaders, such as
Taking charge of the coffee
RCCU Selects LaShelle
To Head 1952 Activities
The Universal Day of Prayer
will be observed Sunday at the
University Episcopal chapel, and
will feature Dr. T. Z. Koo, chair-1
man 01 me aeparimeni 01 urienuu
studies at the State University of
Iowa as the speaker.
Opening the Day of Prayer,
which is sponsored by the
World's Student Christian Fed
eration, will be a coffee hour
honoring Dr. Koo in the Union
lobby from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Buf
fet supper at 5:30 p.m. in the
chapel undercroft will be served
to all University students and
faculty members. Thirty cents
will cover the cost of the sup
And Starr, beginning at 5:30
p.m. Buffet supper costing 35
cents will be served and follow
ing the supper WCSF prayer
service will be held under the
leadership of Rev. lrvin Peter
son, Lutheran student pastor.
Although the Universal Day of
Prayer will be "observed for the
first time Sunday on the Univer
sity campus, other American col
leges began observing the day in
the last century. Sponsored by
the World's Student Christian
federation, the "Day of Prayer,"
is designed to unite Christian stu
dents in 56 countries in a common
experience of faith and action.
Dr. Koo, featured speaker, has
traveled extensively throughout
the world, interpreting the
Eastern and Western Christian
student worlds to each other. He
spends many of his weekends
during the academic year visit
ing college and university cam
puses to promote religious em
Bob LaShelle, University junior,! Miss Johnson, a soDhomore
Its.. inniK intif. tlfHI Via CVincnn Will VlOoH T?As4 "Vac. i-,,ri - Til A Ttc BrA C,ionnM
Fritzler. Peggy Mulvaney. -Gene activities for the rnmino- v, w chairman of the Red Cross handi-L &1X sPealcers W1U laKe Parl ln,how students can better chanalize ricia
Rnhincnn TVe T ivpcrrnvp. Don' .. J Craft rnmmittfe Kria c a Hnail i me meeting.
For Feb. 19
Freshmen, sophomore and
junior .women interest in a Dr- KoQ m address studentSi
career m xne waves ere urgea to and acult t 6;15 in the
attend a Wave Officer Career tt-,-., 1 i, i wJ
meeting in Ellen Smith Hall Tues-!,ii, i, u ti i rJ nnnthr while Inve is two darn'doesn't marry the family." How-
day, Feb. 19 at 5 p.m. Colleee CamDus" and describe things after each other," Miss Pat-ever, the background or the lu-
Wall Discusses Four Points
Important In Mate Choosing
"Life is one darn thing after Miss Wall related that "one
was elected by the unit's board
Joyce Johnson will serve as sec
retary, Pat Lindgren as vice-
i president, and Nancy Whitmore
as treasurer during 1952-53.
Formerly chairman of the en
tertainment committee for the
unit, LaShelle is also a member
of Corn Cobs, Union board, Uni
versity convocations committee
and the Interfraternity council.
He is in the College of Business
Robinson, Dee Lovegrove, Don
Noble, Jerry Johnson, Shirley
RansdalL Wayne White, Mary
Hubka, Elizabeth Gass, Gene
Johnson, Al Blessing and Dean
Faculty members h e 1 pi n g
with (he coffee hours discus
sions will be: Curtis Elliott,
Norman Thorpe, Henry Holtz
claw, J. L. Hathaway, Miss
Mary Guthrie, David Sander,
Miss Helen Snyder, Lee H.
Stoner, J. Clifford Holmes and
Frank M. Hallgren.
When the conference resumes
at 1:30 pjn. six techniques of
leadership will be discussed. Stu-,
dents may attend the group in
which they are most interested.!
Parliamentary procedure will
be lead by George Cobel, assisted
by Bruce Kendall, faculty mem
ber; interview procedure will be
headed by Glenn Rosenquist,
aided by George Round, directory 7Tm
of University public relations.! YftUil 1 IO Aflfirocc
Marilyn Coupe and Mary Mielenz1 J ,y caa
will take charge of the discussion iYAAYA Rnnmiot
of mass meetings and Juanita 1 ,Tl 1 BUnuei
Kediger and Ken Keller will lead The annual YM-YW banouet Is
craft committee. She is a Coed
Counselor and section head for
"Also a sophomore in Arts and
Sciences, Miss Lindgren was the
unit's veterans committee chair
man. She is a YWCA board mem
ber. Miss Whitmore served as RCCU
One of the discussion lead
ers will be Miss Margaret Wied
man, a University senior. Miss
Wiedman has completed two
summers In Reserve Officer
Candidate School at Great
Lakes, 111., and will be com
missioned an Ensign this sum
mer Other speakers will be Lieu-
secretary and is a Coed Coun
selor and YWCA member. She is a tenants Anderson and Wieler,
sophomore in Teachers college. Wave officers on active duty at
Other members of the RCCU, the Great Lakes Naval Training
board will be selected at Inter- Station. Lt. R. T. George, Wave
views Sunday afternoon.
Music Sororities Announce
Names Of 24 New Pledges
Climaxing two weeks of xiven February 13.
J rushing and one concentrated New members of Delta Omicron,
party day, the three music sorori-,as announced by president Bar
Ities announced their new pledges, bara Gilmore, are: Mary Maude
Bedford, Yvonne Moran, Shirley
Ochsner, Mitzi Reese, Marilyn
Reynolds, Gail Wellensiek, Kathy
Welch, and Carol Lundberg.
Mu Phi pledges are: Donna
Gardner. Gladys Wittwer. Shirlev
the group concerned with public- to be held in the YMCA Green iLewandowski, Virginia Rolles,
ity techniques and public relaRoom Wednesday, Feb. 20. iMary Lou Biermann, Gayle Hen-
uons. j.ne meeting concerning! Whitney Young, director of the kel, Anne White, and Pat Felger.
election procedures will be pre-Omaha Urban league, will be'Kathryn Newhouse is president,
sided over by George Wilcox and i guest speaker. The title of his Pledges of Sigma Alpha Iota
Frank Hallgren, assistant dean of j speech is "No Flace to Hide" and1 are: Charlotte Hervert. Lucv La-
student affairs. Evaluation pro-, he will discuss "what we think vine, Muriel Pickett, Barbara jTk tZwrwc
cedures for activities will be led and what we believe in relation Jones, Delores Garrett. Janet IO rUnneiO
Dy sara i-uiton and Artnur utcn-to what we do." Young is working Rash, Phyllis Howland, and I
cock of the University counseling; to improve the social and eco- Sherry Clover. President is Janice I
Procurement Officer at the Naval
Air Station in Lincoln, and Lt.
Cdr. J. E. Halligan, Inspector In
structor at the Naval Reserve
Training Center in Lincoln.
Lt. Cdr. John E. Palmer, Execu
tive Office of NROTC will intro
duce the speakers.
Wave officers will be avail
able for individual conferences
in Ellen Smith hall Monday
from 1 to 5 p.m., Tuesday, & a.m.
to 5 p.m., and Wednesday, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone who can
not be interviewed during these
hours may contact the Wave
officers through Dean Johnston
and arrange special appoint
ments Monday, Tuesday or
Wall in her address at the ture mate should oe inspected De-
their efforts and ideals into spir- Ag Better Living series discussion fore marriage, she said.
itual growth. During the conclud- at the College Activities building
ing prayer service at 7 p.m. an1 said Wednesday afternoon,
offering will be taken for the! Miss Wall, a religious worker
World's Student Christian federa
Similar activities for the day
will be held on Ag campus. Stu
dents will observe Universal
Day of Prayer at Evangelical
United Brethren church, 33rd
for the University, served as the
leader of the "Choosing a Mate"
topic for the Better Living series.
Four basic points of mate cri-i
teria presented at xne session were
mutual emotional maturity, mu
tual background and outlook,
The latter part of the period
was spent in discussion of prob
lems of date financing, action on
a date, conversation during the
date and the qualities .of a good
The Better Living series is spon
sored on Ag campus by the Ag
Union. The session of "Choosing
agreement of methods or purposes, I a Mate" was co-sponsored by the
and mutual sex attractions. 'Ag yw and xm.
At the closing session a dem
onstration of group discussion
nomic status of the Negro and is'Liljedahl,
prominenx in cnamper oi torn
TnAnn VnnMc Ac mlleee iun-
SM.aCosmPli," club -ioTrSirf.,?::
nnpnrdinEf to Frank Sibert. fair.tremeiy gooa
By JACK PHINNEY
Old fraternity proverb: He who
leaves his bottle in sight, will soon
have his brother tight.
The sun trickled lightly through
cypress leaves into the crystal
pool. Odysseus awoke, wiped the
salt water from his eyes, and
peered cautiously around the
bush.. There, in the speckled light
stooped Nausicaa, her lithe body
bending to and fro as she dipped
her linen into the limpid waters.
Her rosy figure was like a nude
Aphrodite, chiseled in pink
marble. For some minutes The
Wanderer sat spellbound, his eyes
riveted to the swaying body. Then
he loosed his tongue, for he could
no longer hold his peace.
"Gad! he hissed, "double
By CHARLES GOMON
Staff News Writer
Shortest Casualty List Released
list covering' the week closing
last Friday disclosed only one
man killed, 22 wounded, 3
missing, and 3 injured.
shortest casualty list of the
Korean war was released by
the defense department. The
Communist Attacks Repulsed
was crushed by allied troops.
Several probing attacks were
made by communists in com-
Kiveu u meinoers al ine uaiiuuei tm mm
meeting. New officers and cabi-0 bDOnSOT AUCtlOn
net members will be introduced,
Tickets for the banquet are now
For the first time Cosmopolitan
on sale at the YM or YW campus club is giving a white elephant
offices. I party for foreign and American
Co-chairmen for the banquet; students. Club members will hold
To Meet Today
An orientation meeting of the
YWCA community service group
will be held at 4 p.m. Friday in
Ellen Smith hall dining room.
Mrs. William Stenten. who
places Junior League women in Treacher at the University Emsco
,L?tnttri 1?ro!IghouL the,pal chapel Sunday. Cannon Tyner,freshments lowing the auction.
T. T7 ' ,, I will celebrate Holy Eucharist at. 9
Monson and Eleanor the auction in Union Parlors XYZ
at 8 p.m. Saturday.
T" President Bill Saad explained
episcopal GueST that at a white elephant party ar-
The Rev Georee St, George ces are no needed are
m. . m- . ; brought by students to be auc-
Tyner, cannon of Trinity Cathed- tioned off- These articles must
ral in Omaha, will be guest have a value of 50 cents or more.
There will be dancing and re-
Community service is the lab
oratory group for volunteer work
in service agencies designed to
teach skills, broaden understand
ing and provide opportunity for
After the meeting coeds may
sign for two hours of work per
week arranged to fit their sched
ules. The Urban League, District
YWCA office, YWCA nursery,
Southwest Community center and
Recreation for the Aged are the
agencies open to the group.
Prerequisites for the group are
sincere interest in helping others
and willingness to work Barbara
Raun, commission leader, urges
anyone who is interested to at
tend the meeting.
a.m. and 11 a.m. and will preach
at the 11 a. m. service.
Because of the interdenomina
tional student service, the meeting
of Canterbury club originally
planned for this Sunday evening
Main Feature Clock
Hrtardule Furnished by Theater
Lincoln: "This Woman Is Dan
gerous,' 1:05, 3:10, 5:15, 7:20, 9:30.
Miss Knotts replaces Artie
Westcott, who recently resigned.
She was appointed as assistant
manager of publicity, along with
Miss Knotts is also a member of
Ag YWCA. Home Economics club
Farmers Fair will be held April
25 and 26, featuring two dances,
parade, rodeo and barbecue.
A Goddess of Agriculture,
Whisker King and Rodeo Queen
will reign over the annnal two
April 21-26 is designated as
Farmers Fair week, with organ
ized activities beginning with a
cotton and denim dance Friday
night, April 25. I
The parade will be held baxur-
Nebraska: "Twelve O'Clock
has bn TT yy 9:17' "Yellow day morning with an afternoon, jerk last night,"
for flying kites
with a gentle,
in the offing.
will be near the
upper 30s. The
skies over Lin
coln will be
cloudy, again today.
Irate father "I'll teach you to
maul my daughter!"
Gadfly "You're too late. I've
Drunkenrss Proved when
one feels sophisticated and can't
Theta "Gad I awoke with a
The Canterbury club rooms in
the basement of the chapel are
being painted, and the club rooais
will not be open this week. Facil
ities will be ready for use at the
buffet supper program for Uni- 1:20, 4:54, 8:28. Chapter II, "Mys-
versal Day ot Prayer for students tenous Island," 1:00, 4:34, 8:08,
Sunday afternoon and evening.
Sky," 3:19, 7:2
Stuart: "It's a Big Country,"
1:19, 3:25, 5:31, 7:37, 9:43.
Capitol: "Silver City," 2:55,
6:29, 10:03. "Close to My Heart;
'Pot Luck With Profs'
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kelly and
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Anderson
have been named as co-chairman
of Sunday's "Pot Luck With the
Profs" supper, which will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Ag Union
Other members of the faculty
committee are Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Fouts, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Billings
and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ander
son. Tho Ag Union is helping with
arrangements for the free supper.
At students helping the faculty
are Bill Waldo and Lois Keick
bafer. Students who wish to attend
the supper are asked to sign up
in the Ag Union by 6 p.m. Friday.
Main Feature Clock
Schedule Fnrnlthed by Theatre.
Esquire: "Manon," 7:24, 9:06.
Varsity: "Man In the Saddle,"
1:35, 3:37, 5:39, 7:41, 9:43.
State: "Fort Osage," 2:13, 4:49,
7:25, 10:01; "Steel Fist," 1:00, 3:36,
L. Me to J
t:09 "Musle From Everywhere"
X:15 "YM-YW Show"
8:3S "Comparing Notes"
2:45 "Radio Workshop Players"
4:CI "Musical Grab Bag"
:15 "This Week on the Campus"
4:3 "Garretson's Waxworks"
4:(S "Pretty Girl Like a Melody"
BM Elgn Off
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...Venice Film Festival
"CcB Aaftrjr, tm dram f
2 GREAT HITS!
"12 O'clock High"
Dm Jxcrr (iary Merrill
with Richard Wldmmrk
rodeo followed bv a barbecue and Gamma
an evening square dance. ne?
Phi "Oh, who was
KOREA No sooner had
the smaUest casualty list of
the war been released than
the communists launched a
series of moderate attacks
against the U.N. lines in Korea-
The largest attack was made
by an estimated 1,000 reds on
the eastern front. The drive
pany strength au along xne
front, and all were repulsed.
All communist thrusts moved
out behind heavy mortar and
Oak Ridge May Produce Electricity
OAK RIDGE. Term Dr.
A. M. Weinberg, director of
research at the Oak Ridge
atomic energy plant, hinted to
visiting newsmen that consid
erable quantities of electricity
may be produced at Oak Ridge
in the near future.
A new reactor now under
construction will produce the
Another project receiving
much attention at Oak Ridge
is an attempt to harness the
atom's pnprgy to airplanes.
Allen Criticizes Price Control
Douglas Allen, president of
the western states meat pack
ers. Allen feels that the price
control program is unenforce
able and therefore impractical.
LOS ANGELES The United
States is the best equipped
country in the world to render
price control ineffective.
This opinion comes from
Committee Investigates Rail Dispute
WASHINGTON An emer
gency fact-finding committee
is expected to report back to
President Truman Friday with
its recommendations for set-,
tling the railroad dispute.
Seventeen rail unions are
demanding a union shop con
tract, and the roads are con
testing the demand before the
Caliph Of Gafsa Assassinated
GAFSA, Tunisia The caliph
of Gafsa, local Mohammedan
ruler, was assassinated Wed
nesday night according to a
story released by French au
thorities. The assassination of Caliph
Sliman Ben Hanouds brought
the death toll in Tunisia to 79.
More than 200 have been in
jured in recent violence.
Nationalist extremists were
blamed for the incident as part
of their campaign to obtain
more self government from
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