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VOL 52 No. 3
Thursday, June 19, 195Z
lo Decides Your Vote?1
liSISf is ilw in FinoS
Political Discussion TotfffAcfivifies Loco died Weel
Film Shown; Earl
Dyer To Discuss
'Who Decides How You Vote?
will be the topic f the second inl
the informal -discussion series,
"Battle f the Ballots," which
currently being sponsored by the
A niehlight of the discnssioa
win lie a film, -"Does it Matter
What Ton Think?" Earl Dyer,
assistant city editor of The Lite
cote Star, will then lea the
ensuing discnasion. He will ex
plain newspaper policies toward
political issues and bow fluey
anient InflBenee public opinion.
Marilyn Moonaey, Urrioa Activi
ties director, has stressed that the
FJrsf Conceit Presented By Chorus Tonight; A-S
Speech Students To Present One Act Plays Friday
ul it Rlllm th
By JJANCT MATBO&N
Wins Mim H sntatnt odttar f tke AU-SU.tr rost,
to Jts zwest gnpmtar fr tke Sammer Kdinikn.
After two weeks of rehearsal, 'piano duo were chosen from the
Tr TksviA H Fnlti will nresenl small ensemble concert last Utt
1952 AU-State High School
chorus in 51s first formal concert
tonight at 730 in the Union ball
room. The chorus, composed of 265
students, will sing numbers which
range. from the classical "Oh
Lord Have Mercy'" to such mod
ern compositions, as '"Body and
day, to appear on the program, i
The speech students, mean-:
while, will present three plays
Friday at 738 in the Union ball
The plays, mder the direction
of Maxine Trauernicht of the
University speech department are
Playgoers," "Patchwork Quilt.'
and ""Rehearsal." Assisting Miss
Trauernicht are Sharon Fritzler,;
Nan Cowles and Jean KmnieJ
Lee Xjelson, choral director atty students.
Shenandoah, la, will guest con-l
series as non-partisan an scope, duct the chorus for one selection,
we are trying to present an un- "Brother Will Brother John," a
spiritual. Xjelson is a general su-
biased picture of the political
scene, she said, "so that the to
dividual can better follow the
pervisar of All-State.
One of the modern oomposi-
events of the summer and fall, L. A T- TCTriir
, - ! taoiis featured on the program wan
the conventions and the elections.'
The film will begin at 4 p.m.
Ample time wjH be given for
.questions from the floor.
The vest discussion will le
held July Id, and the topic win
be ""Nailing Down the Man and
the Platform," eatnring a tele
cast f (he Republican Conven
tion. July 17 win find experts
who win discuss "Before and
After," r the effect ef the Be-
pnhlican Convention en the I
Mark VanVoorhis is moderator
of the series.
French Movie To
Be Presented By
"'Crime and Punishment, the:
French movie based on the well
known novel of that name by
Dostoyevsky, has been described
by the National Board of Review
as one which '"deserves a place 4
among motion picture classics
comparable to the place the morel
litis in literature.'"
The movie, which will be shown
by the University YMCA next
Tuesday, is described as the story
of '"a soul in pain."
The plot is (concerned with a
poor student who is 'desperately
in need of money to such a point
that he commits murder. He kills
the (usurer from whom he has
requested a loan, then the usurer's
sister, when she happens on the
scene "unexpectedly. The anovie
then focuses .on the progressive
.degeneration of the student.
be "White Evening," toy Mar
PEret Shelley, choral director at
Austin, Mmn- start anemoer ca
All-State and chorus accompa
Six small ensembles wiH also
"h nrMffitei A flute cruartet,
boys1 juartet, woodwind quintet,
string quartet, .girts txio ana a
Final Concert Wednesday Night To
Climax 3 Weeks Of Intensive Training
Tonight's program win be com
posed of five sections and a total
of 18 numbers will be presented.
As great a variety of selections
as anyone could desire will be
The play casts, Friday night,
will be composed of 23 speech
students. Each play will be a
farce-comedy, with laughter to:
New Episcopal Chaplain Is
Just Becoming US. Citizen
In its review of the film, the
NB.B. described it as leading thehrMM.t MSI. 11 J
audience into a svdhoioeicai eacners nonorea
build-am so complete,, so thorough-i
convincing, that it must be ac
claimed a really great triumph 4orj
the motion picture art.'" '
The New York Times, on review,
said it "recaptures the spirit and
letter of the .original with such!
careful literalneBs and such com
plete omderstandine that we are in
daneer of takim? it (for crantadlbert .of the College of Aericul
.instead -of recognizing it for aure, Charles Marshall,, president
work of art an its own medium." of the Nebraska Farm Bureau
The film will be shown in Love a Floyd Sloan, secretary .of the
library auditorium, Tuesday,, at Bed Poll Cattle Oub .of Amer-
a Ji ti.m. matinee and ucain at ;B ica.
Thursday. Jane 1
SFOBTS SHORTS, Lounge,
BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS,
"Who Decides How You Vote,"
Parlors ABC, 4 pm.
CRAFT SHOP open, 4 to (6
ALL-STATE Chorus Concert,
Ballroom, 7:30 pm.
Friday, June 20
ALL-STATE Plays, 730 pm.
Sunday, Jane 22
ALL-STATE Orchestra Con
cert, Ballroom, 3 p.m.
FILM FEATURE, -"Dance
Land Festival," Ballroom, 7;30
Monday, Jane ZS
BOOK. CHAT. Arthur Ven
nix reviews "'They "Went to
College,"" 4 pm.
ALL-STATE Plays, 7:30 p.m.
Tnesday, Jane 24
HANDICRAFT Instruction, 7
ALL-STATE Band Concert,
Wednesday, Jane SS
BRIDGE Instruction, 4 p.m.
SU1VIMER ARTIST SERIES,
Final AU-State Concert, Coli
seum, 7:30 pm.
Native Canadian Sees
'Subtle Difference' In
life In This Country I
Father W. A. Cross, new chap
lain of the University
chapel, is "just becoming"
Divisions Present Solos
Three weeks f intensive train
ing in art, speech, and music will
reach its climax Wednesday night
when the All-State Fine Arts
Course presents its final oowoert.
The concert, which will be held
in front f the East Stadiians be
ginning at 7:30 p.m, will feature
a display of work by the All-State
Art and speech students, and the
band, orchestra, and chorus.
For Khe 349 AH-Staters the final
Amcert will be a culmination f
three weeks of rehearsal, classes
and lessons randier the guidance of
Ptkw to Wednesday night each
AH-tate group will have -pre
sented a "solo" concert. The
chorus, rander the dirertaon of Dr.
David B. Foltz. will present its
concert tonight in the Union baH
roam at 738 pja.
Six ne-act plays, nsnder the
direcfioa. of Maxine Traiaernicht
and John Tolch, will be presented,
in the ballroom Fridav and Mon
Sunday afternoon's program
will feature the AU-State band
(under the direcJHioa of David Fow
ler. The eonotrt will begin at 3
A bit of relaxation will be pro
vided Sunday evening for AU
Staters in the form of a (trip to
Sherman Field .and a douMe-
the chapel t o become a compet
ing factor with other University
actrvitieE, but only a "supple-
As a youth, Father Cross said,'!1?"" "'1c uxicTOjjm aici-
fhis main athletic intereset was J21"1 lme wjicnata Jtoduans.
the same as nearly all Canadian , 1 Tsm agie, irxusmess manager
Episcopal youth ice hockey. He received ;jpe Amimcs, has tmnntea the AH-
a letter award am hotkey from the i'i2,L4'UC3IS " aiiiena roe games as
University of Manitoba. i guests of the Athletic Baseball
A native of Manitoba, Canada, caimdiar .on the Student Council "h All-State orchestra, lunger
Father Cross has been in fhiSiin bis oanderEraduate aays, andi6 oaton ot Jtmaimel Wishnow,
nrmntrr ffnr fivi wars now. In an took .an active interest in debat- if
present its conoert in h
For a time be represented j -union ibaiiroom Tuesday, The pr.o-
the International Debating Team,1ent f Dvorak's "New World
-which be said toured the United iSymphony."
States, mcluding Iowa, iin 1940. Should it rain Wednesday (eve
After receiving bis L.Tn, degree ning, the final conoert will be held
trom SSL Jonns L.oikeee, ir axner; iune .ujjiBeum.
interview wan me simmer TDniversity of Manitoba on gram will include the final TOove-
DrasKan, x axner ross poinwia
what be called a "'subtle (differ
ence" in life in Canada and the
;U.S and added that be has bad
to make a '"tremendous adjust
ment" since coming here.
I He has been greatly impressed
by the speed of living and the
deep competitive interests of the
American people. They "work:
hard and play hard,' be said, and
do not ask their competitor for
favors, but "go after" what they
want and get it for themselves. I
I Another .difference which be
At 1O.:30 TtoursdaT mornine. She
AU-State band, chorus, .and or
chestra made a (transcription iin Jhe
tmioia ballroom for broadcast om
the "'Farm Facts and JFun radio
At Ag Convocation
"The Importance .of Agricul
tural Education in America To
day was .discuBBed at the annual
vocational agriculture summer
school convocation. j
Speakers were Dean W. V. Lum-
to make people "iover-enEJ-tive" if eef, ftonor CnGptCin
in their reactions toward mappen-j
inns an foreign countries. In1
pan. Tickets may ibe .obtained at
the door for (JO cents. j
Aspirants For Doctor's
Or Master's Notice
AS stadento who expeot to
receive the Mustef or Doctor's
degree at the dose of atnnraer
aohool tnnst first take oral ex
aminations. Applies tiom for these cxami
safctunfi cmiMt lie filed an the
Ckradnate Offfoe m or befure
Jane 21, Harold X. Wise, as
alKtant dean of the graduate
eettege luw snnomwoA,
Preceding the program, Cayle
Anderson, secretary of the Ne
braska Cooperative Council
awarded $25 summer school schol
arships to 12 teachers twho .we .ut
tending Ag College this summer.
Alfntd Ilunit of GiWion. '
l.Ui)liir luowfllae .of Wukoliuld.
AVuUor .Ciunttoliai .of iKavunnn.
tUuane A. diunnlng .of Hi. ifaul.
Iionuld .W. 'tianxal .of 1'bwimc CAW.
Kubsft (O. .CiiHuv of X)vid Cll.
ilioan ILflneRfiqr (if West .Point,
ffi. Oi.ill Haolt .of (Franklin.
T"rnnoi A. Swlaar uf AtMlav.
Wiiviie V. ;fhnllh al il'nirtiury. !
Kovolin OB. auimnm of WataMka ClW.
John (H. haulm alf WmdiaiB.
H. DeeniE, Ehairmnn of Shei
itkm introduutid the spefakera. 1
ICross served in the Boyal Cana
dian Air Force, then for five years
he served in various (churches and
narishes in Manitoba.
In 1.847 be was invited to take,
a parish in Dickinson, Norm' program.
Dakota. He accepted, and bas This Itransaripfaon wall be
been adjusting himself to Amer- 'broadcast over KFAB, KFGT,
ican life since. He served the 3v47KJs, and EMMJ at 1 pa
Dickinson parish amtil this year,, .Saturday. The broadcast wM-jQa
when be came to Lincom. I wall anclude interviews with se.v
A member .of the Masonic lodge, j,eral AH-Staters, wffl .also be .car
Father Cross has not been able to, ried bv stations WIAC. 5rF?r.'F,
he said, that What happens anideveloTB manv .outside activities an, KOTO. KODT. KCiOW. TK.DT..T
Iran, Korea or .any other foreign the short time be bas beem an KBRL, and 3KCN. Newspc r.ers
country .directly affects them, ifcie Linooln, but said that tie Ihopes to arxiiiKt be consulted for (time and
emphasiaed that America as a do so an the stature.
young country, tnd said that he
believes this new anterest m,ranterburv Oub iO
pointed out is the attention Amer
ican people give to world affairsJ!
They are just beginning to teel,
Tor Us Men win
topic .of the (discussion
date of the broadcasts .on these
Six major radio broadcasts f
AIMSlate programs . have been
scheduled. Most of these are tran
scribed programs arranged so
the they can permit the All-Staters to
Canada, be said, perhaps because ,eeKIy meetmg lDf the Canterbury .bear their own groups .on the air.
of British imfluenne, the tPwjiOuto this Sunday in the itmder-Announoement of these broadcasts
have come to almost PPera a iCraft rjnjerEity Episcopal has not yet been made.
ooniiici in some jiaiftuc; .ur maih ou tdiapti. II
country. ,,11 The theme as taken from a uo-j
He added, bowever, that ""l ILikeU 1,. rm,,?- drmA.W
it bere,'' ;and "II am fust becoming jj -The raith lof Church,'"!
an American citizen. iib ,0jk off the .official tearihang I
rather ajross, wno receavea bus BerjeB (0f tfhe Episocpal Church.
t j l ji .r, 1
umversixy Caucasian i une iuju-hi
tversity of Manitoba and bis
theological tlraihiiig at St. John's
CoBege an Winnipeg, has one
major objective in mind for bis
narish at the nreBent time. "I
only hope." be suid, "that (the
chapel can become a part, of the
University Me as a Whole.'" He
emphasized that be adoes not watrijl
The meeting will follow a sup
per., prepared by Carol Limdburg,
at (6 pxn. Evening sprayer will be
read at 7 pm. and the diseusiaon
will begin at 7:80 pjra, led by
iChJurles HuestiK. j
Althea Blunn wd be to charge
of social activities following the
A welcoming reception far the
chaplain, Rev. WiUiaru A. Cross.,
will be !held from J to S pm. Sun
day aa the amdercroxt. I
ilolv Communion is celebrated;
Sere 5s a favorite of radio and at aim. Sunday and 7 aaa.
television comedian, Arthur God-. Wednesday by the chaplain. Rev.
iLrvec there a anan
'vBftio is so nhnormal
He cannot be stirred
By a stfaple&i formal?
(Cross is ia Ms office front ;S to
lirao am. Tuesday throngm Sat-
The reception ana sianaay cagtfl
meetimg ai-e open to the public.
Tomorrow, Friday. Innr 0,
in Cbe Ae.n&lixxe Cor apphcattuns
Cor awsooiate, tiaocalasreate r
advanced derrees at the end
f the avnuner sesfiiwn.
Anyone h expects t re
oeire sua a degree and baa
aA already applied bnilfl d
o aiisanfidiatetr. Dr. F. VP.
Hoover, acting director 1 reg
istration and records, tiac a
MMuoed. Dr. floorer ltac em
fftutfUMsd Chat urb appSivatioa
will be akftoeasarr beSvre a de
Xree maybe awarded.
The pe to apply Is Che
Setasr chedtiag foe,
. Admlnistrafiion hmS&me. Of
fioe buErs atre li ajco. ft i ran.
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