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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thursday, Morch 20 ,1952 1J. R, le
Cast Of UK's Spring Show, 'Girl Crazy,'
Begins Final Month Oi Daily Rehearsals
inschmidt jsiu Students' Midnight Menus Vary
Language, ,. , ..... 3 r '
Department At nu According lo vvhi ms, ncuse raciimes
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pwwsw th wnnw mmmimi 1 """" j "pj
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the University language depart-!
mcnts last week as part of an in
formal survey of modern language.
A member of the Grinnell col
lege staff in Iowa. Kleinschmidt is
An Alpha Chi told me that
when she was ready to call it a
dav she likes to drink a class of
By MARGIE ftCHURMAN
A small but significant pcrcent
a g e of a student's evening is
usually spent eating and just sit-1 warm milk. (I wonder
ting around shooting the breeze been drinking black
o nf Willi lriviius. rave yuu evil wun- evening.;
i. . . ... . rivrfA nh.Mit Romn nf thi thinpl A Itptn stnunohlv
ec ucaiion. rie is vismng approxi- ".r , , - . ., . , ; , u: : : " j, her mother
. . .. . .. .. " . . that vniii- fi'innH! in rvthm- nwan. thnv rtirt not iinrh at ninht hut some date C3Ke inai nil muuier
anueiy mi conches tnrougnoui me "T' "u" lu-i .U" . V. : J" j r . li hj tt f.-nm hnme. And in an
He ulso Mated tnat ne am noi
usually eat this much every
At the Tri Dclt house a coed
if she had told me that she was trying to
coffee all diet and that she had been
munching on some mcma toast,
insisted that hut thnt her roommate did have
. That seems to be the question during this scene from "Girl (razy, Kos
Taking part in the musical comedy are (I. to r.) Mary Kay Downinc, Iscd
Marilyn I.ehr, Nick Amos and Hank Gibson. (Daily Ncbraskan Thoto.)
WHAT HAFFENED? .
met Klub spring: show,
Conger, Mitni DuTcau,
By JN HARRISON ,mcmber who breaks into gales of
siaff Writer 'laughter, no matter how strict the
Man ruer forbidding the breaking of
"Girl Crazy," Kosmet Klub's character. It just cannot be helped.
show, is well on the way Anct wnen nans is jomeu u.y it.,
in tne uproariously iuhhj
between Gieber and Tatsy
dress rehearsal is scheduled lor Wnst. the combination is sure to
April 21 and although that is a be a show stopper
month away, members of the cast,
are working tirelessly. If you don't
believe it, just drop in on the re-J
hearsal of the principals in Room
306, Temple building, any night
Rehearsals start at 7 p.m.
week nights and usually last
until 10 or 10:30 p.m. The cast
gathers and after a few prelimi
naries by Director Max Whit
taker, the rehearsal and the fun
Beginning with general move
ment of the people on the stage,
Marilyn Lehr, in the role of
Kate Fothergill, is another lov
able and humorous character.
She rharaeterizes the sultry,
blase gal of the west and is
supported by her gambler hus
band. Slick (Herb Jackmanh
The two of them furnish many
an interesting and funny situa
tion when they tansle with the
uncomparable Sheriff Giebrr.
Mimi DuTeau (Molly) receives
a proposal from Nick Amos
linannvi in the last act. which re
sults in the traditional "foiling of
country to study the methods oi
teaching and the nature of the in
stitutions. "I find that the situation in the
departments which I have visited
at this University to be a very
healthy one," Kleinschmidt said.
William K. Plciler, chairman of
tne tiermanic languages ana liter
ature department, stated that they
appreciate having people investi
gating their field who are really
interested, and can thoroughly in
vestigate the processes are repre
sentatives of the field of lan
guarges. Kleinschmidt's grant is spon
sored by the Ford loundation.
WAC Officer Here
To Recruit Women
Lieutenant Elsie Metcalf, WAC,
U. S. army, will b e available
Thursday from 12:30 to 5 p.m.
for consultation in Room 316,
Union, with senior and graduate
coeds who are interested in com
missions in the woman's army
' At 5 p.m. she will show a film
and discuss the opportunities of
fered college women a officers in
I To be eligible to apply, women i
'must be at least 21 years of agel
but less than 27 by Sept. 1, 1952.
J They must have either a bacca
laurette degree or be a prospec
tive graduate with senior standing
Other qualifications include: Be
tu (ii.-t i hnc nnt an unmarried citizen oi tne u. a.
been announced, but KK club with no dependents under 18 years
members are expected to launch of age; be in excellent physical
thpir initial drive in l.'ie near fu-'conchtion and have unquestion-
sized lump on his head and a dis
like for the lover, Danny.
The light comedy and delight
ful music of the musical is most
enjoyable. The chorus and danc
ers provide the final atmosphere
and polish for the show. To the
music of George Gershwin, the
cast will dance, sing and laugh
their way right smack into the
hearts of the audience
they begin to feel those pangs of
A poll on what students like
to eat while they are studying
late at night reveals some
mighty odd concoctions. Some
of the more usual things seem
to be coffee, cookies, candy
bars, apples, oranges, Cokes,
crackers, hamburgers, hot dogs
Food from home also seems to
rate high on the list. But after
calling a few of the houses and
just stating my case to whomever
happened to answer the phone I
also came up with a few more
midnight snack ideas.
You might use some of these
the next time you are staying
up late at night while cram
ming (if you will pardon the
expression!) for that test you
are having next day. So here
At the AOPi house I didn't
seem to come up with any new
ideas as the coed answering the
phone insisted that they were alii
on the DuBarry Success course.
One of the Delt's told me that
he usually consumed about six
cups of coffee, but that he did
have a friend that liked to eat
anehovie paste. (That one I
dog) some dog food. But after other room some menus n.in Deen
awhile he did tell me that some-1 cooking some spagetti and meat-
times he like to eat rye bread balls on a hot piaie.
spread with mayonnaise.
Some ice milk or a hamburger
seems to be tops on the list with
one of the AGR's after a hard
evening of "hitting the books."
Maybe some of your late eve
ning snacks could top these or
you could add some more to the
list. But every student seems to
have his favorite midnight snack.
Alpha leta To Hold Smoker
Today For Potential Members
Alpha Zeta, Ag scholastic hon- juniors and seniors who feel that
orary for men, will hold a smoker they are in the upper two-fifths
i Thursday at Y p.m. in the Ag of their class are invited to attend
Union lounge for prospective new the informal smoKcr, as wen as
members. jany others who are interested,
All Ag college sophomores,' according to Clayton Yeutter, Al-
pna z,eta cnanceuor.
Donald A. Stacy, a 1951 gradu
ate of the University, will assume
The list of new members for
1952 will be selected from this
gr up after the smoker. The
smoker is to give Alpha Zeta
members an opportunity to meet
the prospective members and
judge them on scholarship, lead
ership and character, which are
the traits upon which Alpha
Zeta members are chosen.
M. B. McCreight, chairman of
the faculty advisors for Alpha
the duties of executive secretary z t m hort talk on tne
will be served after-
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of tne i.incoin junior v.iwiinm.i m organization
iable moral integrity.
wuuiu noi iciuimui-iiu lur a Commerce this weeK, accoroing iu. r .,nrh
sicauy aw.) General Manager Arcnie j. uaiey warfs
Love Hall girls occasionally of the Lincoln Chamber. officers of Alpha Zeta are:
make fudge at night when theyi gt ti o Onio was a YeuUer chancellor; Gene Robin-
feel the need of some brain food. I cn.omanager for Coach Harry son, censor; Fred Hosterman,
Sigma Kappa's are one
of the few lucky houses with
access to the left overs in their
kitchen late at night. It seems
as though the cooks give them
the privilege of eating what
ever has not been eaten at lunch
Good's varsity basketball team for scribe; Larry Rallens, treasurer;
three years and a member of and Art Becker, chronicler.
Sigma Chi fraternity. -
Campus Kefauver Group Lays Plans
For Campaign Work, Elects Officers
i the other suitor," bam. He goes
out of the picture with a gooa-
at the Clarence
Geology Fraternity Holds
blocking each individual s part is
done by the director. To stress
noints of action. Whittaker often
. llc 4V...M,rtV, Vm mvlc himcrplf
Later, lines and interpretation are Smoker For 4 Initiates
stressed and concentration be-j gigma Gamma Epsilon, profes
tTZt and honorary geology fra
the way the actors respond to di-lernity, held a smoker for new
rection. initiates Thursday night.
On the more informal side of, Vraic.vn;v adviser. Dr. A. L.
venS SdSS', spoke on the importance of j
down and have a good laugh, usu- professional fraternities,
ally brought about by the anticsi Coffee and doughnuts were
of Hank Gibson, who plays the d following the program. j
part of the taxi-cab driver Gie-p were: Keith;
ber. name literacy goes w.u, , ----- -KriUa, james
vn,m., Temr.crats for Kefauver Speech at Baptist evening torum to s p.m
laid plars Wednesday night for on "MoraUty in Government. ' home.
h,-;,ltw ih,- Kefauver-for-presi-l Monday I Rally for Kevauver
dent campaign to the University! Caravan to Beatrice, Fairbury outside Union, 7:45 p.m
Tnrl for coordinating us ana t-ieic uuring me uiuiuing. i ciauvr, omu .nu..,
I The new executive secretary re
ceived his Bachelor of Science de
gree from the College of Business
'Administration and specialized on
preparing for promotional and
public relations work.
Stacy was chosen from a num
iber of candidates for the Junior
Chamber position. He will replace
Richard W. Chapin, who has
handled the Jaycee duties for the
Miles past 18 months. Chapin will de
vote his full time to benior unam-
Iranian New Year
Iranian students will cele
brate the Iranian new year,
1331, not the Mohammedan
new year as was stated in
Tuesday's Daily Nebraskan.
The celebration will be held
7:30 p.m. Friday at the Union.
backers ber work, Baley concluded.
.1 The new
Sereyay ct Miller and James Daffe,
, . Book Notes '
'Devils In Baggy Pants'
Fought Their Own War
To the men
nf thp 82nd Air-with fearful, young eyes, luzzy
borne division World War II was cheeks paUent stt.de. You
ld rt'fSooro in'of combat. And you see "some of
Ross S. Carters par3"0011"5.. lnnv ih -ar to en-
b Iter fresh graves.
i You learn that Ross Carter, who
i lived and wrote the story, was one
"Those Devils in
are tne most
to emerge from
They don't pity
they pity those
who are forced
to suffer from
and terrors of
a war they
about. Courtfv l.inco'" .huirnn!
You joke, Worrall
swear, weep and calm yourself
beside the ragged men who
fought in Africa, Anzio, and the
Battle of the Bulge. You are
there as they toast each other
before jumps, they vow revenge
for a lost buddy and they write
an encouraging letter home
from their muddy foxholes,
1 I- 1
aptivitis with the Lincoln-Lan
caster county organization. i
Permanent officers were
elected and committee chairman
i annotated. Officers include i
Larry Nordin, president: Ken I
Rystiom, secretary; Barbara
Wylie, tieasurer; Bob Reichen- j
bach, publicity, and Jack War- I
Mrs. Arthur L. Smith.' secretary
of the Lincoln-Lancaster county
organization: Mrs. Robert Soren
!son; and Dr. Leroy Laase, chair
man of the University department1
of speech r.nd dramatic art, at-;
tended the meeting as represent
'atives of the county Kefauver-i
j Plans were made for publiciz-j
ling Kef.nmtr's March 31 Univer
sity speech and for caravan
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through soutneasi Kcuiaa c.-.u-
ier in thr- day.
A committee was appointed to
distribute campaign placards to
Lincoln shopping centers. Com
mittee consuls of Hile Goodrich,
Bob Keirlienbfch, Don Winkle
man. Jack Warrirk, Barbara
Wylie, Betty Koessler and Bob
Kefauver 's Lincoln schedule
March 30, Sunday
Speech at Unitarian Forum, 10
Tea for Mrs. Kefauver from 3 p.m.
NU Pre-Law Students Should
Apply Now For Aptitude Test
Students planning to enter the college next fall will be required
University College of Law next to take the aptitude examinations,
fall should make arrangements! He advised students whose plans
now to take their law aptitude ex- are uncertain to take the tests if
animations, according to Dean E. there is any possibility they may
O. Belsheim. seek admission to the college next
Applications for the examina- fall.
'ion may be made at tseisneim s
office, Room 208, Law college.
The examinations require
about seven hours and will be
given in two parts. The first half
will be given Friday afternoon,
April 4 and the second Satur
day morning, April 5. Applica
tions may be made anytime be
fore the test.
The minimum requirement for
admission to the College of Law
is 63 hours of undergraduate
work. Dean Belsheim explained
that all students who enter the
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of these aged youngsters who
fared death bravely and faced
life with a grain of salt. He va
an ordinary paratrooper, with or
dinary buddies, whose every-day
achievements lifted them to epic
Everything about the "jok
ers," as they ealled each other,
was desperate their love, their
grief, their fricht, their pride,
their dreams of the future. And
their desperation hurts you,
'way down deep.
Not. until the epilogue, written
Filings For AUF
f Post Close Tuesday
" Thursday j
Y"V Noon Discussion group,
noon, Ellen Smith dining room,'
leader, Neala O'Dell. i
YW Worship Workshop, Ellen1
Ellen Smith southeast room, 4 p.m.
Applications for All university leader, Phyllis Knerl.
Fund booth board position are. YV Community Tours group,
now being accepted in the AUF; Ellen Smith southeast room, 4
office, Room 3116, Union. p.m. Jane Jackson, leader.
Booth board position was left Student-Faculty coffee hour,
due to the resignation oi Union faculty lounge, 4:ju p.m.,
Barbara Biedthauer, leader.
YV Office staff, Ellen Smith
room, 5 p.m. Barbara
Hershbcrger, leader. '
YW Christianity ard Social
In order to Qualify for board
membership a student must have dining
a 5.0 average and must be carry-
in r at. least 1Z university ntui.
i by the author's brother, ur. noya He rnust aso have had experience Problems commission, p.m., ti
G. Carter. University proicssor
do vou really feel the intensity
nt thp storv. That is when you ,u Aiip nifj.-r and should be members.
discover that, alter momns cu turned n before Tuesday. Inter-! Thalanx meeting, 7:30 p.m
Application blanks are
len Smith northeast room. Leader,
available Nancy Weir.
"Sign Off" I
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the U.S. Air ?orce
mm i iirii iiiuuu t i ' . .
You see them 'enter the war Carter died of cancer in 1947.
young Koss ate.'
views will be scheduled at a
later 206 Armory. All
jquested to attend.
Six Of 119 Journalists
From the Arizona Kiti-Katt
comes this bit of poet's philosophy.
Despite the preachings of the
This distressing condition sur
coed will happily dale a
if that's what he
Take a note fallas; they're
superb in the spring.
Only six of 119 freshman Journ
alism students at Syracuse univer
sity were able to name all Ten
Commandments in a surprise quiz
given by a journalism prof. All of
the six wcie girls.
To Be Sore
Utah Group-AAUSAF I
The group's letters stand
for the American Association of
University Students for Academic
Freedom. It's a new national or-i
ganb.ation set up at the University
Says the group, "Our ability to
understand and improve the de
livp in is inseparable
'from our lifht to explore unortho
dox idea.-? imd divergent opinions."
I Maybe, alter an me campninns
are over on this campus, the many
political groups can merge and do
trn 4olrec nnth
ing for granted
on the part of
its readers. Last
t ' , .
V v k. , -
total, to 332 the
mt-l This ren- X'mirtiw Uncoln St
resents a net caln ct 10 students
over the tne nrsi remrsm miun
m What are you in school for?
TKnnnh hi snent 45 minutes in
a pub during a three-hour exam,
Princeton vnivorsity student Irv
ing Foots received one of the Ihree
highest rraiks in his class of 136.
Leaving the room is allowed under
Princetoii's honor system. "As
long as vcu're relaxed, you've got
the battle half-won," commented
What the student really needs
is a class-free afternoon devoted
completely to thinking, a Kansas
State Collegian editorial has com
mented. Thinking about philiso
phy, lifo, college, the army and
other th'ngr which touch him.
After all, tl e purpose of education
is to teach people how to think.
At least such a delegated after
noon would get rid of the guilt
complexes so many poor students
jwlll be suffering if this weather
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