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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WednesdayApril 30", 1952"
.lay 22 Selective Service Examination
for Students Missing Previous Tests
May 22 an additional Selective
Service College Qualification test
will be given for those who could
not take the previous tests in
.December or April,
though they have a ticket to the
The application obtained from
the local board should be mailed
to the Educational Testing serv
ice, Princeton, N.J., not later than
Students prevented by illness midnight Mav 10
or other emergency from taking To be eligible to take the test,
the tests should apply to the near-1 an applicant on the testing date
est local draft board lor a ticket must be a selective service reg
for the May 22 test.
Am-lication need not be made
to the draft board which has jur
isdiction over the student.
A communique from MaJ.
Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, direc
tor of selective service, em
phazied the need for students
to secure a new ticket even
December or April exam.
istrant who intends to request de
ferment as a student.
He must be satisfactorily pur
suing a full-time college course
undergraduate or graduate lead
ing to a degree.
A third provision is that he
must rot have previously have
taken the test.
For deferment consideration a
Lutheran Choir To Present
Annual Concert On Sunday
Lutheran Student foundation
and the city and Ag Lutheran
During the past year the choir
gave concerts m Pender, Fremont,
Mead, Omaha, Papillion, Daven
port, Hampton and Rising City.
Lutheran student choir will pre
sent its fourth annual home con
cert Sunday evening.
The concert to be held at 7:30
p.m. at Frieden's Lutheran
church, 6th and D streets, will
mark the end of the Choir's
The program will include:
"The Comforter" by George W.
"Be Thou Not Still" by David
"Behold a Host, Arrayed in dent Council, persuading the ad
White" by Grieg-Lundquist I ministration to set aside five cents
"Joshua Fit de Battle of Jeri- a person a semester out of tuition
cno" Dy iMODie cam.
"Blessed is He That Cometh'
Morten J. Luvaas.
The choir is directed by Dennis
Rohrs, graduate student in the de-
student should have either a
score of 70 or better in the test
or be in the upper half of (he
male freshman class scholas
tically, the upper two .thirds of
the sophomore class or upper
three fourths of the junior class.
Seniors accepted for admission
to a graduate school satisfy the
criteria if they are among the
upper half of the male members
of their senior class, or they
make a'score of 75 or better,
graduate schools may be consid
Students already enrolled in
graduate schools may be consid
ered lor deferment so long as
they remain in good standing.
Local board are under no obli
gation to follow these criteria
But any local board classifica
tion is subject to appeal. The
appeal must be filed in writing
with the local board within 10
days after the board mails a no
tice of classification.
According to General Hershey
a deferment is not an exemp
tion. A deferment is merely a
delay or postponement and does
not cancel the duty of the reg
istrant to meet his obligations.
Continued from Page 1.
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BETA DELTA BOOST . . . Norman Rasmussen (1.) and Max
Baehr are two Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity men who helped
their organization earn the first certificate of appreciation for
blood from the Red Cross College Unit
Alice Paprocki is the bloodmobile nurse attending the men.
Approximately SO out of 80 fraternity members donated blood
The fraternity has approximately 62 percent donorship and
only 35 percent is required for a certificate.
Charles Reed is the fraternity's blood representative in the
Red Cross College Unit blood council. He solicited the donors
and made arrangements for the bloodmobile visit.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will receive the certificate at the Red
Cross banquet Thursday in the Union.
along this line, I feel that I am
capable of holding the job and
will endeavor to make it a worth
while and necessary position."
Mike Lawlor said. "Since I am
for a general University fund so running independently on a no-
that each graduating class might nartv tiritet I feel, if elected, that
leave something for the Univer- W woud be in the position to
sity- I recognize the opinions and prob-
Junior officers, he said, could lomc if trio entiro crnHAnt rmrlv
parcmens oi music xms is uu require special rates lor senior instead of one group or another,
third year with the choir. class announcements and aid sen-Basic campus issues if boiled
Members of the choir are: Wan-w class functions in eeneraL U,.-r.
da Barrett, Donna Beckenhauer, Rockford Yapp's platform ap- students are interested in keep-'f I i Mr II Ail k
DeVere Blomberg, Andonea pears at the end of this article.'ing student affairs in the hands jOCOiCl AUf" JVlOSS n&BlMQ
Chronopulos, John Ebright, Char-; The datform was advanced by , cttc a t the fi
lan Graff, Tom Graham, Phil four candidates for junior class uity. So if elected I would attempt
tiain, jane iieinermgron, ijaneen officer positions. to assure more representation of
Holm. David Johanson. Phvlhs! . . L.j
Johnson, Vivian Johnson, Kenneth! Junior Vice President John Rasmnsson was not avail- Tonight's the night for the sec- head of unorganized students
Kellogg. I Robert Hasebroock was one of ah-fnr romn ,nt nn his nlatform !nd AU University .' Fund mass, solicitation, this meeting will
Joyce KuehL Marian Kuehner, the candidates presen tine a com-i . i .r itneetin;; of the semester, ine Help acquaint students wnn me
viuup r iuiiuiii
Rockford Yapp, Robert Hase
broock, J. Gilbert Benedict and
Allan Garfinkle submitted the
following platform jointly:
1. Better unity throughout the
Planned For Wednesday Night
Dan Lindquist, Russ Madison, bined platform. The platform ap
Gordon Magnusson, uarla Michel-: pears below.
son, Audrey Mortvedt, Kobert
Mortvedt, Paul Olson, Irene Rob
erts, Donna Lee Solf ermoser, Mary
Lou So If ermoser, Lee Stauffer and
The choir is sponsored by the
To Be Honored
At NU Banquet
Georgia Hulac was unavailable
J. Gilbert Benedict supported junior class thus producing
the combined platform printed more significant class spirit.
.below. "2. In an attempt to promote;
Beverly Jackson was not avail- class spirit, several class functions
able for comment on her plat- should be held during the year,
meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Room 3 1 3. Union.
According to Adele Coryell
with faculty approval.
"3. A continuance of junior-
senior class cooperation as shown
To Give Recital
At 4 p.m. Today
work being- done by AUF. She
added that it will give students
the opportunity to sign for work
in the All University Fund next
Miss Coryell explained that un
organized student solicitation is
, l1 - Kauai. "
Ceremonies To Open
With Music Concerts
Traditional Ivy Day ceremonies
,iii hPIrin Saturday morning with
a carillon concert and a Univer
sity ROTC band concert
the entrance of Mortar Boards
and Innocents, Dr. T. J. Thomp
son, dean of student affairs,
will give an introduction and
"ivv'riay festivities will follow
an Elizabethan theme, according
to Juanita Rediger, Mortar Board
publicity chairman. Dr. Nathan
Dimw associate professor oi
journalism, win De masici
emonies. . .....
Planting the ivy
May Queen, her court and the
Ivy and Daisy chains have en
tered, will be senior class presi
dent. Joe Gifford, and junior
class president, Marty Lewis.
The sorority sing will begin at
m-sn n m according to Ginny
Cooper, Associated Women stu
dents board member who is in
charge. Fraternity sing will start
at 1:25 p.m., and wu ...
maier is In charge of arrange-
m The' singing of "Who Will Plant
the Ivy" by the Ivy and Daisy
chains as they enter will be led
by Virginia Cooper. The Ivy Cham,
composed ot outstanding senior
,arincr white dresses, and
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k. n-,;c .hnin COmDOSed OI.
outstanding underclassmen dressed
in pastel dresses, win "
border for the entrance of the
May Queen and court.
In case of rain, Miss Rediger
said the ceremonies will be held
in the Coliseum.
Candidates for May Queen, all
seniors, are as follows:
Ann Barger, ancy Button,
Sarah Fulton, Mary Hubka, De
lores Irwin, Elizabeth Moodie,
Delores Lovegrove, Peggy Mul
vaney, Joan Raun, Jeanne
Stockstill. Pat Wiedman and
Th awardine of the Innocentsj T
cup to an outstanding fraternity CrfiQrl I OUT
will take place alter tne ivy way,
sing winners are announced.
Ivy Day Schedule
15 Carillon concert. Univer
sity ROTC band).
30 Mortar Boards and In
:30 Introduction and address
bv Dr. T. J. Thompson.
:40 Ivy Day history and crier
heralds approach of
50 Ivy and Daisy chains en
ter. Court enters.
Class Presidents plant
40 Chains, Mortar Boards
and Innocents recess.
50 Sorority sing begins.
45 Court recessional.
55 Carillon concert.
00 Band concert.
10 Court processional.
:25 Fraternity sing begins.
:30 Symphonia sing.
:40 Sing winners presented,
after which they sing
Innocents cup presented.
00 Court recessional.
15 Masking of new Mortar
Tackling of new Innocents.
Carl W. Buchheister, vice
The presentation of the cup,
which started in 1948, is based
on individual activities, house
activities, individual scholarshp
and house scholarship. The
award is made on a point basis,
according to Jerry Johnson,
ncAcMant ftf Innnrnts.
Johnson wUl present the tropny, UUu-
. i i i . . n rnpm. hnn enciptv 11 chnw nnntlifir
wnu n last vear v.eiit lu x aim i , -
an important part of the success "1' - 0j j ni,.Jrip: nf Audubon screen tours
jof the AUF fund drive. Students "J." R o t,, .nd! Thursday at Love Memorial Li-
Alpha Gamma Rho. The trophy. brary auditorium
will not be retired, Johnson said,! From 1936 to 1939 Buch-
until there is room for no more.heister served as executive sec-
names. lnen ll Will gO lO ine Itwi; aim ncajun.i ui nc su
jwho display special interest in the
'organization have an excellent
; chance of advancing to higher po-
Ten students in the department; students are invited to attend j house whose name appears thejeiety. He has made a special study
Auan uariinKie was one or tne this year, with an even stronger or music win De presented in a tms meeting whether they have! moot nurnher cf times
four candidates advancing the emphasis on this coordination for. general recital Wednesday after- - " , .rtiir.t in artivi-i
combined platform published be- next year. j noon. The recital will be heM at 1 Qf tn University Fund.
An entirely student-srjonsored.10- . . I ceiier cooperauon Dweenp.ra. ui uieowuu ouemo uuuu-
student-attended bannuet will ouc "utn,es ciiea ner recora on ine represenxauve siuaeni gov- ing auuiionuiiu
honor Dr T J Thompson, retiring "e AwS board and union board, ernment bodies, class officers and
ton Af 'ehiW. affairs wn- She was treasurer of AWS as a Student Council.
dav evening at 6 n.m. in Union freshman- . ' "5- A better understanding be
Sixty organizations will be
represented at the banquet
sponsored Jointly by Union Ac
tivities and the Student Council-
Jerry Matzke will be toastmas-
Open For 12
The program will be:
Kathryn Robson, "Prelude,'
She declared that she was tween the faculty and student! Jean Carol DeLong, "The lught
"chuck full of class spirit." body. jHas a Thousand Eyes" by Hage-
"I think the class officers should j "6. Class councils should spon-.man.
be given more responsibilities, sor the sale of items which are. Marilyn Paul, "Sonata in G
The students will be more inter- directly concerned with the stu- Minor, Scherzo movement" by
ested in the junior class functions dent body, such as class rings, Schumann.
ii uiey are more aware oi wnai graauauon announcements anal ' oV,,i-.r,chir nf 19 iTninn ar-
tar for the affair and Corge C'the officers are dom robes-with faculty opus 117 numbe r 1 V; tivities cornmittees. Application!
will be the speaker I "
JZS1 eWorld War Vets' Descendants
titled "My Experiences in hew
Dr. Thompson has been Dean of
r.. j . x : m . .
r,f m v.- s. ic ,.: Students now in college
ing in the
Gryva, "Madame Butterfly duet"
Edwin King, "Concertino" by
Randall McEwen. "Air from
and service record, scholastic record Comus" bv Arne.
Je Suis 11
hv Rarhmaninoff. 1 DlanKS may De ooiameu m iue uu
May Apply For Scholarship
Students now in college and service record, scholasti
fZmirfnr Mrtmpnr ihigh school seniors planning to of the student and financial need Harriett Swanson, ",
SEmZZu thJ rnU ienler the diversity this fall may of the appUcant tania" by Thomas.
V, tl iJ ThU apply now for a L-Vee Noyes! The University's allocation of Marilyn Pruesse, ' '
t n r:; t ion Activities office,
day from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sun
day May . 4 from 2 to 4 pan.
Applicants may sign for inter
views when they get applica
Eligibility includes the stand-
of the great bird colonies on the
Maine coast. His field activities
have taken him also to the Na
tional Audubon society wildlife
sanctuaries from Maine to Flor
ida. The tour to be shown Thurs
day is entitled "Wildlife Down
East." The "Down East" refera
to New England and will il
lustrate pictorially all the wild
life in that area from the for
ests to the coast.
The Audubon society brings to
Lincoln and 180 other cities the
nation over natural history lec
turers, who personally present
Th0rir,oir,iocnfrniortPlPvisinn 'all-color outdoor motion pictures
and a steam engine operated by, on a variety of wildlife subjects,
ice are among the exhibits in the! The programs are offered m
"Energy in Action" show to be the interest of wildlife protec
oivpn in th Union ballroom Wed-!tlon. wise use of natural resources
Tickets for the student ban
quet honoring Dr. T. J. Thomp
son, retiring Dean of Student
Affairs, will be available at the
door, Wednesday at S p.m.,
Union parlors ABC. Cost of the
banquet will be $1.25 per plate.
Filings are now open for the Color TV Exhibited
At Science Show
present capacity as dean. He
served 25 years on the Athletic
board; he spent 20 years as a
faculty representative on the
Big Six Athletic council; he
beaded the University Curricu
lum committee for It years; for
14 be served on the Medical
Basic Science board; and be
served en a Lincoln local se
lective board from 194 to 1917.
Or. Thompson is being hon
ored by University students for
these activities and bis service
as dean of student affairs.
Tickets are available for alt
Interested students at $1-25 a
:rd University scholastic require-
"What the menis or carrying iz university
srhnlarshin fhalfiplfl aict Knvp crhnlarshirn niimhon ahnlit wr.r.A c-,.," K.. nri, t-or hours and maintaining a 4.D
ant to the dean of student affairs, 25 and the grants average about
announced. $65 per semester. Application
Applicants must be blood de- blanks may be obtained from the
scendants of World War I vet- office cf the dean of student af
erans. The scholarship are award- fairs. No applications will be ac
ed on the basis of the veteran's cepted after July 1.
Sakai, Sellers, Anderson Talk
At 40th Annual History Meet
Three members of the Univer-(breakfast forum. Dr. Anderson
sity history department spoke in jaddressed the noon luncheon on
the 40th annual meeting of the j "History Makes History."
Nebraska History and Social
Studies Teachers association. D ! iUn.M T . CM.M.
Robert Sakai, history instructor, DlUrTlDerg I O 3pGuK
ur. james u. &euers, niswry pro
fessor and Dr. Eugene Anderson,
history professor made successive
speeches in the two-day confer-
Men's Ivy Day Sing
AH directors of men's groups
entered in the Ivy Day sing are
to meet in the Kosmet Klub of
fice at the Union at S. p.m.
Wednesday to draw for position
and receive general instructions.
'weighted average. Additional re
quirements are working in Union
activities lor a year prior to ap
plication and being a sophomore,
junior or senior next year.
On The Air
$7 ON TOITB DIAL
at the time of interviews or be
C o m m i t tee chairmanships
open include: budgets and eval
uation, social dance, folk dance,
music, general entertainment,
fine arts, recreation (competi
tive games and bobbies), public
elected relations, bouse and office, eon-
president of the freshman dental i vocations, hospitality, and per-
class at a recent meeting. sonnet .
James MeCabe was
Beginning at 4 p.m. in the
Union ballroom, the eight-act
show will be open to all Uni
versity students, faculty mem
bers and the general public.
The Engineering club of Lin
coln is sponsoring the exhibit,
part of the Westingboose trav
Applications must be turned in sistant jnstructor ' of 'mechanical
engineering, the 70-minute dis
play will be "dynamic, educational
The disolav will be shown to
engineering students at an open 4:45 "Guest Star"
house Wednesday evening. 5:09 Sign Off
and conservation education.
The tours will begin at 8 p.m.
3:00 "Music From Everywhere
3:15 "Something For The Girls
3:30 "Your Student Union"
3:45 "Readings For All"
4:00 "Musical Grab Bag
4:15 "Moose Calls"
4:30 "UNESCO Show"
To CU Journalists
Dr. Nathan Blurnberg, assistant
Jzl vA.l Z iv.1 professor of journalism and as-
ence Friday and Saturday in the ' ,a,-, iinr , T iur
Fern McBride of Hastings col-
Taseni show, Union, Room 313, !'S nd Elizabeth Shaver retir-j
730 p.m.; sponsored by Cosmo-1 J re w j u ipe.
sociate editor of The Lincoln Star,
will participate in a panel discus
sion scheduled as part of the Uni
versity of Colorado 2lt annual
New Agronomy Building
Getting Finishing Touches
Ag college students registering pletion of the Ag college building
I Kai la km tin me n rnrx-ran- "
FaTmer. Fair board mines close tion of Japan at the opening - , T?'. a onfe rn"t year's agronomy classes program, and Ag college faculty
S'iSSifSi dmner Friday niffht editor of the Colorado university iWill find that all classes will be,and students alike should be
v-m-, iw.u. uiMuoi. - rjewsoawr. will take tsart in asrhpdulpd in a new buildma WaiuI r.f ihir niw hn(iHin
h,!l. ur. beuer
T. I. ThmiMni iinn-. 8 n m . tsion wi
Parlors A. B.C., Union.
MeAbasical Engineer dinner,
1:30 p.nu. Parlor X, Union.
YVVCA Onunission Group, Fine
Arts, Elien Smith southeast room,
4 p-nx; leader, Elaine Smithbur
g'tr. YWCA CwcmlMton group. Goals
and Values, Ellen Smith southeast
room, 3 pjn.; leader, Norma Loth
rop. Alpha Sappa Psi initiation, 3 to
6 Pjtl, Parlors XYZ, Union.
Stodrat Council, 4 pjn Boom
Applications doe for DaOy Ne
traskan positions by 9 P-m. Take
application blanks to University
public relations office.
Film on Science will be shown
at the Union, 4 p-m, for the gen
eral public; 8 pjn. for Lincoln en
gineers club and their guests.
Students interested in working
witn AUF should attend a mass
meeting, 7 p.rL, Room 313, Union.
Ivy and Daisy chain practice
wi"Ji F.OTC band, 9 p.m first
lirectors of men's group en Wed
la Ivy Day meet Jn Kosmet Klub
effke,' 9 p-m.. Union.
Student Council Forum, 7:30
p.m.. Ballroom, Union.
tud Cross College Unit dinner,
tZ Parlors EC, Union.
r ih. ,rHa rjcwspapw, will take part in alschedulcd in
ih his fit a pant-1 discussing "The Narrowing which is now completed, except
S'rveral other journalists are ing adjust-
(Elated to participate in the two- merits
Men members of the Yell
Squad will practice at 4 p.m.
Wednesday. Practice will be
held in the men's Physical Ed
day program. Alan Earth, edi
torial writer from the Washington
Pott and Robert W. Lucas, editor
of ih". editorial page of the Den
ver Post, will deliver featured
speeches at the meeting.
Members of the Ivy and
Dairy efeaias will practice with
the EOTC band Wednesday, S
pjn-. cu the first floor. Temple
bailing. This will b the last
r bearsal before Iry Day.
" ' ' ' rut
r Th -I
"Oh and there was one other item fn Junior's letter today.
II needs f 759 to pay for some 'field trip in his biology course."
Ag students should know this
sweeK wnemer me revision 10 me
amendment to the Ag Executive
hoard constitution will go into ef fect
If a faculty committee approves
the revision, Ag organizations
will elect representatives to the
board the first meeting in May.
No representatives will be
elected at large only the two Ag
college Student Council represent
atives, who will automatically be
members of the board.
Organizations which will be
entitled to representatives on
the board are Block and Bridle,
Tri-K, Varsity Dairy, Roll Con
servation society, Ag Economics
club, University 4-Ii, Home
Economics club (wblch receives
two), Vocational Agriculture
club, Ag YMCA, Ag YWCA, Al
pha Zeta and Phi Upsflon Oml
With the three holdover mem-
to the Uni
v e v s 1 1 y's
grounds de- Reynold
pariment to add the finishing
touches to one of the most mod
ern structures seen on school
The new building will house
personnel from the largest depart
ment at the University, along with
men from the U. S. Department of
Agriculture cooperating with the
agronomy department in research.
Made of buff-colored brick and
trimmed in Virginia grcenstone.'bers, this will make 18 members
the new building contains three to the Az Executive board. dIus
stories and is U-shaped. (three ex-officio members Ag
Dedication ceremonies for the Euilders director, editor of Corn-
new Agronomy bunair.g nave husker Countryman and chairman
been set for June zs, but many:of Ag Union board.
To place a classified ad
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Con 2-7631 Est. 4226 for OmmU
Honrs 14:33 Mon. thru frl
THRIFTY AD RATES
Wo. words 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 1 week
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of the offices will be occupied by
More than 50 offices will be
locaUd In the new building.
Classrooms and laboratories
wlil be large enough to handle
all agronomy classes, and much
better facilities will be available
for work big with the plants and
Within one month, members of
the agronomy department will be-
If the board takes over the ac
tivities of Coil-Agri-Fun and
Farmers Fair, it should make it
stronger and will centralize Ag
The last big Ag Union event for
this semester is the Starlight Ter
race ball, scheduled for May 9 at
the Ag Union.
Jimmy Phillips and his orches-
tn !1l fiml.li .
O. ' C&ll
piiuct and SumUrfc Sills
lUXKbOS AND WHITE DINNER JACK
ETS for f'.t. tii M to 4.
SUITED FOH KO IMA 141 nl Wtddlngf.
Ckil 2-2414 tot tLpiinlnnl.
JM "K". Thtm XI yriUrolty. ROSBOW
AND BREB KENT-A-TUX.
MLArfcKiBMcicu trow rut and -uuaa.
Win Interview In IMvAn. young mo who
runt caod pmxln iummr i'tbt, AmIjI
on whulMl brtad roulM durln alM
Dian'a vacation. Capaefally tntartntad
In nun ilvin In or oaar Columouj,
CNWII, Broktn Bow. North Plana,
Kaamay, HoMrts. Wrlta your qunllfl
catlona to Box MS, Grand lalaLd, Me
lAtWC Hrlnf aid rrivr. Ouuifla Far
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KENT A SALE
gin moving from their over- from 9 to 12 p.m. in front of the I
crowded Quarters to their new' A? Union. Tickets celllnir for tl 2(1 1 .
building. per couple may be obtained to Tj.pewKiTKK-R. Mia,
This is a ereat steD in the com- tha Aa Union office Jffi"wrtU h"
j BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES j
yOOD SERVICI SOPKKVIaOH
W hara placamtnt for s Jfonia Iconomlci
sraduata In our rood Servlca Amt.X
mant. Thu m b aa lupcrTlaor of our
Lunchaonatta. Houra ara from i oo A M
3:00 P M. Apply employment OHIca, 7th
The Dally Nebraskan want
ads bve a reputation for quick
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