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emnd Semester Mebmstimm iteceves 'All-American' Avidrd
The Daily Nebraskan was rated
Ken RvctlYtm Tor, Cff YT-1
"All-American" by the Associated
Collegiate Press for the semester
ending June 1952.
The top rating, one of seven
Hasselbalch and Sally Hall News
cellent sports coverage." He also
complimented the Nebraskan's
The purpose of the ratings,
according to the A.C.P. "is not
to create interschool rivalry, but
to provide an agency by which
staffs may be aided in giving
their schools and communities a
signifcant publication, and to
help the staffs in the solution
of their problems.
"The system of rating," states
This marks the 47th year the
Associated Collegiate Press has
performed the rating service lor
college newspapers. Other func
tions of A.C.P. are conducting
polls on the campuses of member
newspapers and sending out
weekly newsletters of stories run
in member papers.
The A.CJP. also sponsors a
yearly conference for Editors and
lone nf 11 onl-
Assistant City Editor of the St
Paul, Minn., Pioneer Press. Hie
juaiann nubiiner, iaporis
Editor; Glen Nelson, Assistant
bert is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Minnesota and a former
member of Minnesota's School of
jlege dailies rat
ed by the A.C.
P. The papers
were r a t e d in
size of school
were judged by
publications were judged ac
sports Editor: Kathv Radakr
cording to quality of: News values
and Sources; News Writing and
Editing; Headlines, Typography
riven to colegis dailies, is the
.first "All-American" the Ne.
braskan has received since 1947.
Joan Krueger was Editor of the
top rated paper. She was assisted
by Ruth Raymond, Associate Ed
itor; Don Pieper and Sue Gorton,
Managing Editors; Sally Adams,
Feature Editor; and Bob Sherman,
Hiebert commented that The
Daily Nebraskan contained "a
wide coverage of n e w s," and
that the news was "covered
effectively and interpreted fair
ly." He complimented the Ne
braskan's ediotrial policy as be
ing "sound and aggressive" and
stated that the paper had "ex
The business staff included
Jack Cohen, Business Manager;
Stan Sipple, Arnold Stern and
Pete Bergsten, Assistant Busi
ness Managers; and George Wil
cox, Circulation Manager.
and Makeup; and Department
Pages and Special Features. The
Nebraskan received a total of
1,000 points to qualify for the top
the A.C.P., "seeks to create with
rating. Besides the "All-American"'
rating, papers were ranked
first, second, third and fourth
in the school a year-to-year effort
to improve the quality of the
Courtesy, The Star
school publication to establish
the ideal of improvement."
Business managers of member
Uni on Contributes
Posters; $1,500 Dinner
Voice of o Great Midwestern PniVersify
VOL 52 No. 18
Thursday, October 9, 1952
The 1952 All University Fund camriaisrn hpn TWrfav. lMLJil 1 1 ft r
night with the AUF "kickoff dinner and with the finstl . ""
drive for solicitations from independents. iTII
The Union was among the first contributors. The I IIS I ICHl
"Kickou ainner, wmcn was field at the Union, and thei
posters that will be displayed in
front of the Union were the con-;
During the ceremonies, Joan
Hanson, AUF president, intro
duced Chancellor R. G. Gustav-
json, who gave a short speech.
Vacant Lots, Fire Station,
Sleepyheads Meet Teams
The nearly 1,500 doorbells rang
By JAN HARRISON
Chancellor R. G. Gustavson
gave a report on the state of the
University Wednesday morning to.
an estimated crowd of 1500 students.
In his speech Chancellor Gus
The Chanrfllnt- cnnV. Af vfc
Aj ---- V. uo
MfnfiKIOriraC admiration of the enthusiasm
UAkld id lWCd that AUF is showing in new
jcvw. xi c raaae reicrence IO
the cell research of Dr. Frank
Pace, of the Pharmacy College.
He said hi v imrnj r itavson revealed that clans are un
, ,inl,i . 4. . juer way 10 xinance an extensive
Tuesday night by enthusiastic tndcnt backinf lvfn th 'dormitory building program on
AUF workers, gave some collec- ander publicized, but very fan- the Lincoln city campus. He will
tors an lnsignx mw me nazaras " spend the remainder of the week
cf door-to-door salesmanship. f Dr. Pace's research is to receive in Washington, D. C where he
One persistent salesgirl 15 per cent of the total AUF con-, will seek to speed plans for a loan
minute iiriDuuons tr.is year. The money -irom the Federal Security Adrrun-
student ui aid m the purchase of a new lstration to finance such a project
I ne Chancellor has
The Nebraskan Cha'nt which
was used a few times last year,
will be revived as an outstand
ingly different pep yell. The chant
U-rah, N-rah, V N I
Ne-bras-kii; Ne-bras-kii; Ne
braska." Ira Epstein, yell king, said the
.!..... ; 11 V. 4 : .1 ... .4 iv:.
uiaui w in lc urcu uui luis oai- A kiri CAVC
urday. and urged students to know "AIM tL DAY!)
it by game time.
Sfiuidleinifl's T lie Polled!
No Big Issues
YW To Query
me isuuvvA-sponsored mass
meeting scheduled Thursday at
7:30 D.m.. Room 316 nf thp Union, i
will be devoted to discussion of! Within the next week, about
the foreign policies that the two 300 University students will be
major parties of the United States PoUe to determine "their politi
havo -f VI cal intelliepnoe."
Few wide caps exist between i F I
th campaign platforms of the Re- The side of each party will be eala O'Dell, chairman of the
publican and Democratic parties! represented by a student and a Battle Tor Bapots committee of
be realized and that if it does it
will mean that the campus will
be able to accommodate. 900
more men students. In the pre
sent dormitory only 230 men are
Gustavson also stresser the filled.
need for the development of the Wayne White, president of the
vounded for twenty
trrinr to awaken a
whom she viewed through a itype microscope used in the study
window asleep in a chair with of minute cells,
a book across his lap. He will The Chancellor added that AUF
be contacted again tonjgni .fulfills the spirit of giving, and
earlier in the evening. is a good indication cf how the
An address given to one team students will react to the needs
turned out to be a fire house, of their fellow men in later years.
Undaunted, a solicitor entered Miss Hanson then introduced
asd found that two students have AUF officers Rocky Yapp, vice
ii snartment in the attic of the president; Harlan WeidersnahnJ
tre station. treasurer; Sue BrowrJee, solicita-jj College of Medicine and the Uni-
i DTOiin rf workers di-overed lMrs nead, and Jane Calhoun, versity Hospital into a medical
C-at the car ther had intended to 'secretary. AUF board members center. He staled the need for a
use was noi avaiiaoie. J.ney maae .uanu.
their collections by bus. j Weiderspahn said the drive
Some woman contacted by a ta5 bfn vtry successful thus
team inquired whether the dona- r with over 51,508 in ronlri-
bouses Sigma Chi, Beta Theta
! Pi, Tan Kappa Epsilon. Kappa
Alpha Thru and Phi Delta
Tbeta had already pledged 100
per rent donations to the drive,
A dele Coryell, independeat stu
dents contributions head, an-
; ill i ! )i , i ? r i v Tn ur. I i ' r i , 'o jura T0.15 iw , . y ti t t 1 1 1" i n v mi ihhi. h 1 ; i i j k ;
NanCI DeBord Resigns; i 311(1 Dr. Adam C. Breckenridge policy will be discussed by Maur- quiz wlU be held to be com"
11 f L r- .. r who presented the views of their ice Latta assistant nrofeor nfw-,pared Wlth e results of the
WorteftOD DlSCOnfniec respective parties Wednesday ell rt-JS- !Oct. 31 mock election.
eonesaay eve-nnnmirc nH rinric r-,,ir .,. a
waiter nngni, a sopnomore ac-, v?.r . "'"""f presiaer.t 01 aucwa. Bruce Ken-
Questionnaires containing five
treat icountinff maior. was annointAH hv! Parties are committed to nedv nf thP Rh non,. questions will De circulated De-
hopes that such a program will the Student Council Wednesday to PJatrrms. involving few domesticland Ken Rvstrom. ,M-n,'wn classes, at organized houses,
eanor of the Daily Nebrasksn,'. t, ' "
will present the Democratic side.
udi!.nJce1S?n.vltfd to "ki-Who is your choice for the PresS
the snhomore rjositinn nn thP -udiiges, iney said.
Board of Student Publications. " JT . rarues are
. , ,. agreed on most points. Dr. Latta
JXl, iC?? H said but emphasiS of Urms anl
Only the one
ore me council to De in- methods are the issues. Party Imileti rJZ-' 7 Tu ' K vour cnoice for the Fresi
for the board position. SfT KeIStaL d Papate in the dency? The poll, which is ex
one position was to be Dr BecKL'Tn .Jti S2! f Pected to take only an hour or
Hons were deductiDJe irora
iDct-me tax as contributions.
One stadfnt summed up the
feeling of some of the more
timorous workers when be said,
"It ukrs a lot of courage for a
college sophomore, particularly
a girl, to approach a dimly tit
mr rrta unlit apartment bouse
in the dark of night, with no
expectation that you will know
anyone in the building." Con
tinuing be said, "It is often dis
couraging when the surround
ings indicate the student prob
ably doesn't have much more
than enough to make ends meet.
It makes it bard to ask, 'Will
At another stop, the independ-
no'jnced that a drive to contact
'all unorganized students would
; begin immediately after the din-:
The drive, in which 200 stu
dents took part, netted $50.66
Tuesday. This i a great increase
over the $97 that was coUertedj
For the drive Miss Coryell
divided the city in 11 parts.
I strengthening of the College's
Straining program so that more
ispscialization and centralization
would be possible.
Discussing the Athletic pro
grim Dr. Gustavson told his stu
dent aadience that intramural
athletics can be justified as an
important part of an educa
tional program in which all stu
dents should participate. He not
only stressed the strengthening
of the intramural program but
also of the inter-collegiate ath
letic program. He referred to
inter-collegiate athletics as be
ing a symbol of a university's
efforts and because it is a sym
bol it attracts the loyalty and
support of the people it repre-
nation submitted by Xanci De
Bord. Bliss DeBord was a hold
over member from last year,
and chairman of the Campus
J "Any symbol for the Univer
sity," he said, "has to be a syra-
! vr. urecKenriGge who is an as- a sprite iH;r,r n t;j
r-nni ...i ; t. ulu ia-iO.
. v . mx ... ut mis- ,"15 me neyuuiican view wntn
imJt kv ' n ' a, r. , i
uarai attacK witn a campaign
j based upon a review of Dast ac
complishments and prospects for
One of the maior iswu! h W ff
Bob Peterson, senior in the Col- Republican representative called J L Jff liQfC
lege of Engineering, was appointed "corruption" and the opposition, " lwwl
the new head of the committee. called "conduct" but both were:
Also brought to the Councifs g.,of.,2!?paign. Etabs Thfill'mAn
attention was the matter of dis- "'J1 .P""'05 Eraong.-i IW4II I I 11
continuing the Activity Leaders' , tC t, V c"'u
Worksnon whi,-h h.M ict1. The Democrats admit that
In addition to showing: the
trend of student thinking- on
politics the poll is designed to
indicate how well students have
informed themselves on election
Workshop, which was held last
year for the first time.
The workshop was established
particularly for the presidents
of various campus orraniza-
in office were unfit, unrffirshi.
jand some betrayers of public
i, lit. KrecKenndee saui
But he defied Republicans to
tions, according to Lou Flaherty,
chairman of the Student Activ
ities Committee. The presidents
beld meetings at which they dis
cussed problems of their own
organization and bow these
might be solved.
Miss Flaherty said that there -Tiited his talk to explanation
In Year's Program
By keeping Ihe time during
j which the poll will be taken down
to an hour or two, an accurate
'cross section can be taken, accord
Jing to Miss O'Dell. The area in
.which the poll will be conducted
should also lend to its accuracy,
i in that places have been chosen
where various groups of students
Six new officers and Aairmen representing varied opinions and
noint , "r. ',r"T",,; weree! h,n3mn, av, r-K? crests win De congregates
- M viBuifativu BlUllUr 1 ' ' a-nua ,
in size to the government ad- i women's professional advertising j No duplication is likely to re
mimstrative system without I fraternity, at their Wednesday suit as is probable in a poll tak
comparable blemishes. meeting. Newly elected officers ing more tiir.e, because it is al-
Allhough Dr. Latta snprtt cow. include vice nresidenL Connie
era! minutes qualifying the Re- Gordon; corresponding secretary, frequent two cf the polling places
Ereckecridge Among the new chairmen are Tish nod, Miss O'Dell points out.
xrlanation of Barry, reporter and publicity.
or tne quiz wilt be
f r.t r: u cents contacted proves each area with its own captain.
v::.:e friendly. When the AUF f the 11 areas, 10 have been
collector, a comely lass, went to solicited. .
the door it was discovered that a
Bbole house-full of boys lived
seemed to be a general lack of in- Democratic ideoloer. chairman; Dirler.e Podlesak. xsroi- Results
University. It is "for that reason terest m toe continuation of the General Eisenhower, according 6113 chairman; and Peg Bartunek. combined with results of the
.list an increasing number of peo-l,. r Dop
letics must be characterized by le motion was carried to not
Five hundred dollars had been, high integrity. jbold the workshops this year.
collected from students at the I He went on to say that he te
Latta, has four strong program and social chairman.
.Shirley Murphy, president, and
the best educated jAe Wescott, recording secretary, versity public opinion
YW mock election reflecting
consistencies or changes in L'ni-
ZZ1 l,,:. AUF booth during New Students ;iieved that Nebraska has that ta-UjL: pl0Jae :!,
Jtegnty, that we do recognize in-, "r" ,waw
'j.hl the boys were in bed. After,
the lanfliacy ytLlea a suniaem
warning, the boys began to stream
cut in jeans and pajama tops.
ThfT cxm indicated that they
-,; tr.'t often favored with com- A C A - A f ft
chair, -ii J-1J. nWI
tcgrity as a prerequisite and that Women Tupsrfnv Pvnlnn
1 of a symbol we want. '
is the kind
The Chancellor mentioned the
need for lowering the Cniversity
taition so that potential students
would not be deprived of the
opportunity for a higher educa
tion because of financial rea
sons. De said be thought the
people of Nebraska should se
riously consider the tuition
charges which are being made.
Reporting on the College of
pary. woujdn t ir.e use a
and what was fcer narje and ad
Coworkers in their car finally
hi gan to wonder what was keep- s.frr.s Alpha Epsilon is giving
rig her so long. When she did re- , jun(j raalrjg dance for All Uni
tum, her bands were full of vf,n;:.y yund Saturday, Oct 11,
n'.mej, and her bead and heart hX houf-z.
un ol new menaswps. ) SAFl win Uve a scale at
Then there is the one about the .- r,r,i tm which tber will '
fe.Tia3e worker who tad to go vp wej-ij viT tate-s. One cent will . f,
itoee flights to make her collec- chargt,d for each pound. Those,Tl If crlflV SAT
tjon. Her prospect came through vjlhout dates will be required to
v.th a drjnauon and she rtarjed h mstWei. U irilf A
IThSrA ..ifjFor NUCWA
Ir;2 d-i dy ttat the SATs dance
- m ;treroendoui idea.
u general ue wucuvn iwsa
In a. candlelight ceremony Tues
day evening the following women
received their green and white
Adelphi pledge ribbons; Eloise
Bowman, Polly Jo Boulton, Mari
lyn Comstock, Jeanette Hillard,
Betty Peterson, Vivian Eobb,
Louise Roeder and Faye Thonson.
After the ceremony, plans were
man miming for president be
cause of his attendance not only
at West Point but at other tac
tical schools offering the high
est caliber education of any
school in the United States.
2. He is a "chairman of the
board" type of general. His job
was an administrative one.
3. He is a strategist Soviet
Eussiau society although seem
ingly very strong, hat weak
points; Eisenhower knows how
to utilize then?.
4. He is runwri a ir nn An.
Agriculture's program to help made for a future hayrack ride
Con tinned ofl page 4
man. Okla.. from Oct. 21 to Nov.
lnestie issues and smacks of no jl and the next meeting is sched
ule jooaai. - , uiea lor noon. v. eanesaay, uct. 22
Attacking some Republican anti- in the Union.
and Peggy Kongrin was appointed dge emphasized that' Democrats
Barb Activitits Board for Women are against "Slander, defamation
representatives, iof character, deception and dis-.
Any ere interested in joining honesty as truly transgressions of
Adelphi should contact Gloria God s Corrimancirjents when re
Peterson, secretary. i sorted to by men in public life."
were previously elected. riJe Pn the trend be-
I Taking various polls, securing PJn by ether civic organizations
slineage reports for Nebraska w!"- re trying to arouse public
jnewspapers. selling adds for the interest in politics to the extent
organizational magazine and at- thst a larger per cent of the
tending advertising class are the qualified voters will exercise their
big four projects the members voting rights,
plan to concentrate on this year, j .
j lwo initiates whoes names were
omitted from the previous list in
(The Daily Nebraskan are Mar
lene Dumke and Connie Gordon.
The Gamma Alpha Chi national
convention is being held in Nor-
All students who are quali
fied Bed Cross Water Safety
Instructors are urged fa call
Eita Al Goding at ?-5332 before
Monday, Oct 13.
P. M. Headlines
SHENANDOAH, IA Dwight EkenhoTser's farm speeches show
the independents receptive and ! e 7 0 " Viw?r7 5 ' Organizaticai U tte keyword as te doesn't know much about what's been going on during toe 40
Band Day At Home, Here
3,600 To Participate In Music Fete
Behind Band Day Saturday and donated by tie retailers' division
jrr.erce. Their seats at the game are
It is the ilory of the eo-cper
alive efforts of a large number of
'a gift of the University athletics
noiie friendly. One rui said 1 2izm - " it Nebraska UstuverEity on world yeaTS befiasbea la the army. President Truman said. On his Hid-!a!l , -w u another orvV.f th. i Avert- r-hr.h. r.f rm.
.1.. .1 . !.. ,.1. Ulhl. Atl ttwaiUJ ff-jir, mi inarltwiii fra- tl- T 1 . r, J a. ". : At. - ,i-,-r ; J. I i -
utc boo ; d"" - wesi larra lour, wie rreaiaeDi sai-a vce wvjr Dwaujure u nuui:s uua " it,,5,n-
. j- 5 , v,o -rungs. ISDrin Conierence. ;n- i.iijoA... r.t ivm mn swi --fr n ui4ji.
cair,pa3gn was the number of ad-! Four iratenutiec anfl lone soror- ixif.ormation regarding applica-. Truman said the Democratic agricultural research program has
erffi! that turned out to be "va- 5'T have reported 100 per cent 4iom ijniewt for positions ftepped up American farm output by 50 per cent in two years.
a. t.A.m . iV.i'trrim Itip-sr Tl013if. IBtT are tVfld Crintu CwfmmM VTir ! . v , --J v c m c -
I rrilk- izations coupled with those cf Lie- band fraternity, is in charge of
"moral barJr- cola businessmen and oarents all; registration. Jim Ocbsner is
j discussion. Aita ne..r;tastr. .,, aia T rA nv a warA nt cmmTv -rj-rSr-irm. F.5i-il-jrf5iiw, over the state.
.spijs cjiiciJi5c viiAUiiwui, s- fayra speeches, be said, are a conglos:erat:on of gerjerahties, pla
; 13 o4 Wednesady. !tades, ball truths and plain misrepreser-tation.
It is hoped that the Interviews
;wl produce te ideas for all ABOAED TEUMAX STECTAL President Truman carried bis
phases of the spring conference, i-yo-j Never Had It So Good" campaign into Iowa Wednesday.
1 Commsttee chairman posiiior.3 Whisllcstop crowds beard bim say: I
jopen are: Seoetary, Publkily, Re- -if ytm wact to continue prarperity for the farmer, prosperity
ssearcn, Teftr.i,cal Arrangements, for e m3n o works and uses his bands, prosperity for business,
i Delegations and Speakers. ti and little where profits never were so great you fcave the:
7 - - JL. -AAm 4 4V -4,1 V.i m a' j a, 7-
irvrr rTRnnV iffiicroscopes wiiJCT arc very u&ciuj 14 jv ptodicti oi vourjg ra yvur own idictcsi cm eiecnoa cy veemzm yon
0-i v'.e&rirw vmnmiUA( will ?rsrV ,v M .rn... ,... j i
At'S TLaxTd Member "JOT tauST Ol ujs uji) - (uuuui ujc vit! iicfv juj cuiuae j'utit u tiiuutb auu ji(
7frfJi t the Univerriiy sludies. However, when one louks togelher on worfcmg out posribHi-yoa do the right thing by yourselves, by your state and by your
Sat a f;rit aTaidt csnc-er.at protoplasm wj-Jin living cells t for types of conference and;cmintry, you will go to the polls in November and vote for Adlai
, to at the Uni- unoer me orvjazj - f-- Stevenson ana jenn cpaxKman ana me wnose tictet ana we wui
many 01 uc " , -.nave mimixr iwut j ccii a gwn guvemmerj. ana proexTiiy jor icie
zm always seen cmmijj. u-j, tanners, toe Jaoonng man ana toe business man."
WHERE YOtg MONEr GO5
AUF Donations To Buy
New Cancer Equipment
is being waged
The InrUtute ol Cell Growtn,
president of this organization.
The band committee, beaded by
Jack Wells, band president. Is
handling problems of organiza
tion and administration.
Lt, CoL A. O. Jamieson, Air
Science Commandant, is In charge
of seating and field arrangements
There would not be any Band
Day, of course, without the 3,600
Mgfr school students who are in
vited to attend the Nebraska
Kansas State football game and
to form a mass band for the
The CZ bands which will par
ticipate in Band Day this year and Major William F. Carr is Held
were selected last spring by Don-'marshal,
aid A. Lenlx, conductor of thej
University's Bunds. Iter repre- Assigned to Band Day activ-
ser.t the overflow of applicants ities are the following army and
who wished to attend the 1951 lair force personnel: Major Her-
,a.,m j: n.,? s -nj a cells and slam tbem with i r
tsftion to combine training aa re- no longer studying . live cells.
SEOUL, K0EE.4 South Korean infantryn-jen cantured the vital
White Horse Mountain crest Wednesday night after a brutal battle
that has raged since Uonday night A front line officer said Korean
'troops cut down a Chinese battalion of 700 men leaving 150 in taking
How the bands get to Lincoln
and back borne is op to the in
dividual bjgb schools. Mothers'
clubs and borne town civie or
ganizations often bold fond-rais-
rZi rd11 fJtered The peak has changed hands more than, aj fngcampaign, to pay for tr-
arti The .officially recced, , l-.JL?,?, 5 times as botn sides poured tanks, artillery and men into the! portation.
S'-iratirls tram studexls to use the
tt'jlitefd rell tnrtiiiiorue which is
the procedure of the Institsrte it-j
These scleBtisis bare found
that one of the saost sef sd
struneBtf ferbe twir
htr tstriM tore or gr ta is the
microseope. This te especiaQr
tone la resesrttt ewncerned itk
the study of rrewti. pbenosBen
la Aennal cells as conipared to
abnormal or cancer cells. Svcb
is the type of w ork bring rr
rij oa Iff invevtirators tn tbe
UtKtttute f Cell Growl.
very tatctUent coropw-iid reseaixn ant
rrrlesed special optical t!ja;j'
ment by means t hkh SBasy
of tbe minute strurtBres within
cells are contrasted sharply
agahrii the protoplasmic back
ground. Tbe attachment of this
microscope enables tbe Ibvc
togator to make obserratkras of
bring ceJta without killing and
sUining them. A mieroseope of
this type Is called a base-p-
Tbe Growth inrurDie is m neec j.rj gave a cescrjfJiiaa
Once In Lincoln, however, the
'American Ytssnz. ac-e utical Associa- battle.
a Gen. James Van Fleet said his Eighth Armtr t-a!,
Chaixor E. G. Gustavson VJl&f "4Je e before the Eeds could pr,etraie the tzah!. Harlan Gist, Sergeant Rex
the local branch of the group ...r,v , i'7 Mve poienaai 10 jaunca",, "y, " u. Coen, SFC 1L JU Watkns, Jr.
bert H. Price. Captain Stuart W.
Peel, Captain Dale C Knight, Cap
tain James Gamble, Master Ser
geant Joseph Adams, Master Ser
geant Francis Canavan, Master
Sergeant Galen Johnston, Master
Sergeant Louis Karisny. Master
Sergeant Robert Proulx, Technical
Sergeant Walter Schotten, Tech
nical Sergeant Richard Cook, Cap
tain Kcbert S. Law, Master Ser-
.Newman Club Sponsors
ixiz that the putlic gets the rnostj1 cm3d 1304 r-FI'rt a fieral attack for such a period.
JZrtZfj? MADISOX. WSGov. Adlai Steven carrvin M ean,l 'Harve$t Ball' ffl Union
Dr. Ruf as A. Lyman Dean Em- bi"' tee bo,!ne 11316 oI Sea- Joseph McCarthy said the "voice of J Newman Oub will sponsor the
eritus of tbe College of Pharmacy accuser" must cot still all others in toe land. He left no doubt' "Harvest Ball' being given in the
and honorary president of th- that be was referring to the Wisconsin senator when be said, "Tt.e lon Ballroom Friday evening
.esmptico cf tb v-xyu.z oi ue naxxxm. nas causeo toe wise to stammer and the," " , ""'""J ","1J
r,f Vurfi an rnrtruroent and rotey Cer.U-nrJal Convention held in kniid to retreat I hope the time will never come In America when JF150 aJvid tbe ,?,Uic' ?nd
S h the All University jFhiladelphia. charges are taken as the equivalent of fact, when surpidons sre ewmzn. a"b provide
owai-.ea . - ' . . 4V .j:. rrr.ff4i - iHa-Hi4. 1 itainment and refreshments.
Tr... a t-j. 2wd for tie purthafe; He ended the proceedings Ttr- confused with certa:r.lies.'
;V ZLi i, Tn-!of the phare-contrart equipment, warrL'.g the phannaceutical group "Catching real Cwranurirt agents, like kCling poisonous snakes
fX!WrmrCT-sl which will be f invaluable asrtit- to "keep an educational progratr:or tgers. Is not a job for amateurs or children," be said. "It is a job
lrrU ante to th tauWs research. on the marda.- ' for vrt-iessionals wfao know tteix fc-jsiness.
tainment and refreshments.
Tickets may be bought through
house representatives or at the
door lor 75 cents.
Two University student or
ganizations; also bave a vital
part in the day's program. The
University Builders, under the
supetTisian of L. F. "Pop" Klein,
will serve the snack lunch to the
high school bandsmen at noon.
Tbe Corn Cobs, .men's pep
group, will assist members of
the Lincoln City Police Force la .
details of the parade. The pa
rade, through downtown Lin
coln and back to the campus,
begins at 9:-9 aoa. Saturday.
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