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More thnn 1.800 students went to i JhIia .Tohngnn: Activitv Oucen.i
the polls Friday to select six fi- Cornhusker Beaily Queen; Asso-
nalists for the title of Honorary
Members of the Candidate Of
ficers Association will meet the six
finalists at a tea in their honor
ciate Editor of Cornhusker and
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Jean Loudon; Jr.-Sr. Prom
Queen, Mortar Board, president of
AWS and member of Alpha Chi
Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. m'omega.
Union Parlors Atsc. f ollowing
this, COA members will elect the
commandant in the Military and
Naval Science building. Army and
Air Force juniors and seniors and
Navy sophomore, junior and sen
ior members are eligible to vote.
Adcle Coryell; Mortar Board,
Cornhusker Beauty Queen, Ne
braska Sweetheart, All University
Fund Member and president of
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Joan Hanson: Mortar Board,
Typical Nebraska Coed; President
of AUF and member of Gamma
Jean Vierk; Mortar Board, Ag
Vice President of Builders, Presi
dent of Home Economics Club;
Typical Nebraska Coed and mem
ber of Alpha Chi Omega.
Artie Wescott, Mortar Board,
former Tassel," Goddess of Agri
culture and member of Chi Omega.
a o i"? it res o no
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THE WINNER . . . Mayor Victor Anderson of Lincoln (left) pre
sents Charles Wright, the Ugliest Man On Campus by popular
vote, to the audience at Saturday's game. Harriet Wcnke (right)
placed the gold crown on the winners head. Chancellor R. G.
Gustavson stood by to shake hands with the winner as he came
Off the field. (Daily Nebraskan Fhoto By Del Harding.)
W right C
"How about a date tonight?
This is the Ugliest Man on Cam
How is that kid of an introduc
tion going to go over with the
campus beauties? That's what
Charles Wright, uYtfOC a la 1952
is ; wondering. According to the
man himself, "It may cut down
my dating potential."
The top man on the totem
pole, and considering the usual
totems one could mean this lit
eratlly, was chosen in a a 11 -University
election Friday from a
slate of 14 candidates put up by
houses which had given 100 per
cent to All-University Fund. He
was informed of his election
just as he climbed into a car to
be driven onto the field to be
presented at the halftime of the
What was his reaction? "I was
surprised and startled." Charles, I his third year in school and is a
the brethern call him Charlie, ap-j member of Beta Theta Pi. He
pcared in an antique beaver coat'owes his victory to R. G. "Rocky"
'Yapp, his campaign manager, the
By LILA WANEK
He (having just kissed her):
Ah! That was indeed a triumph
of mind over matter.
She: Yes, I didn't mind because,
you didn't matter.
He: Only a mother could love
& face like that.
She: I'm about to inherit a for
tune. He: I'm about to become a
I gloves because
I they have no
ful fall' The
dry and mild
today and to-
after a tailspin):
Pilot ( incl I
I'll bet 50 per
cent of the people
thought we were
killed that time.
Student Pilot: Yes, sir! And 50
per cent of the people up here
thought so, too.
New Show To Center
Around 1 ravel' Theme
Tvo new features will high
light this year's Coed Follies,
Both performances, on Feb. 23
24, will be open to the public. The
how will be built around a
Janet Steffen, Coed Follies
chairman, announced that wom
en's organized houses will receive
letters Monday requesting them to
begin writing skits and choosing
nominees for Typical Nebraska
Since Coed Follies will be pre
sented to the public, the AWS
Board is urging that the acts be
made as professional as possible
Organizations must also make
sure that their acts conform with
the broad subject of "travel."
Skits will be judged during
both shows, and winners will
. he announced the second night.
The Typical Nebraska Coed will
be formally introduced the first
night and will appear again the
. AWS is asking participating or
ganizations to submit these four
items by Dec. 8:
1. Scripts for skits or curtain
acts. Acts will be judged on clev
erness, originality, audience ap
peal, polish, and costumes. How
ever, costumes are not to be used
In the tryouts.
2. Skitmaster's name, address
and telephone number.
3. An alphabetical list of all the
girls in each house who might
participate in the skit so that each
can be checked for eligibility.
Girls must be carrying 12 hours
and have no scholastic delin
4. The names of the TNC can
didates. Each candidate must
have a weighted 5.5 average, be
registered for at least 12 hours,
and be a snnhomore. junior, or
with a paper sack over his head.
He was assisted to the microphone
by Tassel presider.c Mary Ann
Kellogg and Mortar Board prexy
He was presented to the au
dience by Mayor Victor Anderson
of Lincoln, who ran excellent
competitipn to the cymbals and
capers of the Mizzou band as it
cavorted across the field.
Mayor Anderson praised the
UM's "clean and honorable cam
paign," and his loyalty to his
motto, "duty, phoocy." As a cli
max of the eulogy Mayor An
derson relinquished the reins of
the city to the "great politician."
"I declare him mayor for a
day," said Anderson. "Yester
day." Charlie, light-haired, brown
eyed freshman law student, hails
from Scottsbluff. He is beginning
Next to his appearance Charlie
is most concerned with baseball.
He is pitcher and a member of
N-Club. In the crowd-who-knows
he bears the nickname, "Flower."
A little gem he 'picked up in the
service the origin of which
Times for judging fraternity
skits to be used in the Kosmet
Klub Fall Revue were announced
Thursday by John El well, Kos-
met Klub Fall Show Director.
"Six skits will be chosen to par-
j ticipate in the fall show," Elwell
"The skits will be judged on the
basis of originality, continuity.
presentation, theme, quality, ef-
fort, and music, he added.
The time for each fraternity's
"Tout are os follows:
7:00-7:15 Farm House
7:15-7:30 Alpha Gamma Rho
7:30-7:45 Sigma Chi
7:45-8:00 Pi Kappa Fhi
8:15-8:30 Theta Chi
8:30-8:45 Kappa Sigma
8:45-9:00 Delta Sigma Fhi
9:00-9:15 Delta Upsilon
7:00-7:15 Sigma Alpha Mu
7:15-7:30 Delta Tau Delta
7:30-7:45 Sigma Alpha Epsilon
7:45-8:00 Sigma Nu
8:00-8:15 Sigma Fhi Epsilon
8:15-8:30 Phi Kappa Tsi
8:30-8:45 Tau Kappa Epsilon
8:45-9:00 Phi Delta Theta
9:00-9:15 Theta Xi
9:15-9:30 Beta Theta Pi
9:30-9:45 Alpha Tau Omega
9:45-10:00 Phi Gamma Delta
10:00-10:15 Beta Sigma Psi
The members of the judging
team are: Dean Frank Hallgren,
Pon Devries, Bill Adams, Arnold
Stern, Thorn Snyder, John Elwell,
Rocky Yapp and Mac Bailey.
Pep Queen V of ing Held
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PEP QUEEN FTVALISTS . . . One of the young ladies pictured
above will he presented as 1952 Pep Queen at the Homecoming
dance. The finalists, selected In an all-University election Fri
day night are (left to right) Connie Clark, Susan Relnhardt, Bar
bara Bell, Norma Lothrop and Darlene Godding. Finalists were
chosen from the Tassel organization. (Dally Nebraskan Fhoto.)
Friendship Dinner Thursday
Will Feature Latvian Food
The International Friendship
dinner will be held Thursday, at
6:15 in the Union ballroom,
Sharon Cook, co-chairman of the
Religious Welfare Council, has
Students and faculty are in
vited to the dinner. Special in
vitation is extended to all for
forcig students. The dinner, an
annual affair, is served at cost,
Latvian food will be featured
at the dinner. Several students
have offered their services to pre
pare the food in the typical Lat
Cosmopolitan Club and Fresby
Houses will provide entertain-
VOL. 52 No. 35
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MOCK FLECTION PLANNING COMMITTEE . . .
day's YW-YM Mock Election are pictured
(I. to r.) Judy Morgan, Marcia Greenlee, Marv
man, Bobby Nielsen, Mary Middleton, Dorothy
photo by photo lab.)
GOPs, Demos Clarify Quarrel
About Rides To Polls For Voters
By SALLY ADAMS
University Young Republicans
Saturday clarified their stand on
furnishing transportation of sick
or disabled persons to the polls in
answer to Democrat charges.
The Daily Nebraskan erron
eously stated on Tuesday that Re
publicans would lurnisn transpor
tation for any Lincolnite unable to
get to the polls.
Mrs. Dorothy Diaz, chairman of
Young Democrats, released the,
following statement Friday:
The Lincoln Star quotes the
Young Republicans as admitting
there was an error in The Daily
Nebraskan story on a proposed
car pool. . ..Now they say that
it was their intention only to
give rides to the sick and dis-
ment for the dinner. Wesley Stu
dent house is handling ticket
One feature of the get ac
quainted session will he a flag
display belonging to Dr. G. W.
Rosenlof, University Registrar.
All flags in the collection have
been given to Dr. Rosenlof by
students whose homes are in
There are approximately 176
foreign students, representing 46
different countries cn the Uni
versity cair.pus. Most of the coun
tries represented have flags in
Dr. Rosenlof's collection.
The dinner will present a large
cross section of the world, and
provide an excellent opportunity
for native and, foreign students to
become better acquainted.
Nine persons engaged in preparations for Fri
around their planning table in Ellen Smith Hall,
Stromcr, Shirley Meads, Neala O'Dell, chair
Camp, and Anno Lammers. (Daily Nebraskan
abled and that we were making
'ridiculous charges' for taking
them at their word. We think
the public is not psychic and
would interpret the article as
Dan Tolman, president of Uni
versity Young Republicans, said
the organization never has
any other plan than that ofiitical committee as 'every two or
furnishing transportation for sickimore persons. . .who shall be as-
!and disabled persons. Young &OPS0Cjated. . .to further or defeat
members, he said, are calling all : the nomination. . .of any persons
Lincoln Republicans urging them
to vote. If any of these persons!
say they are sick or disabled and
request transportation, the re
publicans will furnish them rides,
Mrs. Diaz further stated: '
"Still attempting to cover up
their error, Max Harding, Young
Five Tassel finalists for 1952 Pep
Queen were presented to the rally
'crowd Friday night.
Elected by Tassel members
were: Barbara Bell, Connie
Clark, Darlene Gooddlng, Norma
Lothrop and Susan Relnhardt.
Following the rally students
voted for the Queen from the
list of finalists. The winner will
be presented at the Homecoming
Dance Saturday, Nov. 15.
Miss Bell is a member
Kappa Kappa Gamma. She
a past' All University Fund board
member and a Cornhusker man
Serving as the Tassel notifica
tion chairman is Miss Clark. She
is second vice president of Alpha
Chi Omega and a member of the
Home Economics Council.
Miss Goodding reigned as the
1951 Hello Girl. She is also vice
treasurer of the Coed Counselor
Board. mese points.
Acting as Tassel publicity chair- Dean Kratz, Assistant Attorney
man is Miss Lothrop. She is a General, said the law referred to
YWCA cabinet member, Builders by Mrs. Diaz was enacted to pro
board assistant and a. member of vide a check or record on cam-
Miss Reinhardt is Tassel treas
urer, Builders publicity chairman,
Coed Counselor board member
and a member of Delta Gamma.
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HONORARY COMMANDANT . . . Members of the Candidate Officers Association will meet the
above finalists at a tea given in their honor Wednesday. The finalists were selected by some
1800 University voters in a campus election Friday. One of them will be chosen as Honorary Com
mandant and will be presented at the Military Ball. They are, (left to right) Jeanne Louden, Joan
Hanson, Artie Wescott and Jeanne Vierk. Adele Coryell and Julie Johnson did not appear for
the picture. (Daily Nebraskan Kioto.)
Voice oi o Great Midwestern University
GOP chairman showed further
ignorance of Nebraska laws when
he said that 'the GOPs are not
employees of any specific candi
date, nor do they constitute a
committee for any specific candi
date." 'The facts .are that the law
i (Section 32-1S1G) defines a po
or class of persons. . .shall be
deemed a political committee
within the meaning of Section 32
1901 to 32-1928.
Jack Devoe, Lincoln attorney
and Lancaster County Repub
lican chairman, said that this
section of the law does not con
cern the work of the Young
Republicans. He said Section
32-1128 specifically states:
"Nothing in this section shall
be construed to interfere with
conveying sick or- disabled per
sons who are not able without as
sistance to attend the election."
Mrs. Diaz issued a third charge
against the University Young Re
publicans: "According to Section 32-1921
of the Nebraska Corrupt Practice
Act, a political committee is re-
quired to file a statement show -
fcS '.it a t : , .........fl
eral election. The election comHU!c
missioner reported today that the
0f Young Republicans have not filed
i.1 such a statement.
iney may counter tnai wiey
have received no contributions
over $25. But how is the pub
lic to know? In order to be above
any suspicion the Young Demo
crats, although they did not
have contributions exceeding
$25 each, filed a complete state
ment with the election commis
sioner, according to law.
"Since they are supposed to be
against corruption, we are inter-
ieu J" ,"'c jvey""--" v.
pain contributions. Tie University
Young Republicans, he said, have
received no campaign contribu
(Continued on Page I)
Final tabulation of the YMCA
YWCA election results revealed a
record breaking vote and a vic
tory for Gen. Dwight Eisenhower.
The prospect of choosing be
tween General Eisenhower and
Mock Vote Tally
LONG TERM SENATE
SHORT TERM SENATE
SECRETARY OF STATE
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC
REP. FROM FIRST DIST.
Governor Stevenson attracted
1,949 students to "the polls, ap
proximately 29 per cent of the
Numerically, it was the largest
P. M. Headlines
By SALLY ADAMS
Truman Talks On Van Fleet Incident
PRESIDENT TRUMAN accused Gen. Dwight Eisenhower Of "im-
'pugning the character of patriotism" of former military comrades
iin an attempt to prove he can speed up the return of American
iinc fr-mr, TTnrpn Thp President made the accusation after Eisen
hower used a letter from Gen. James A. Van Fleet Tecommendmg
that the number of South Korean divisions be doubled.
Criticising Richard M. Nixon, GOP vice presidential candidate,
Truman said the senator has "an unsavory financial record" and a
"reactionary voting record."
In another speech Truman told Ohio audiences that Eisenhower
is placing "tax relief ahead of national security" by promising "huge
cuts in federal expenditures for national defense and aid for our
allies. This kind of budget cutting means a policy of weak defenses
here at home. It means weak defenses for Allies abroad.
'Ike Transformed' Stevenson
nmr Ant. at STttVF.NSON declared Friday night that "one of.
the tragedies of the campaign has
;EisenboWer He said his GOP opponent returned from Europe as
,,., T.pr,nHirHn liberalism, but within three months he had
, raced ..the very men he had
'Demos rail 10 txpiain issues me
GEN. DWIGHT EISENHOWER branded Stevenson and Truman
his "Siamese Twin Opponents" and said they failed to explain away"
the key campaign issues "Korea, Communism, corruption and pros
perity based on peace." The GOP presidential nominee struck out
nonin nt thp latest, "five-nercenter" revelation saying It is proof of
"administration brazenness." He pledged that if he is elected "thieves
will be readily caught and "scandal headlines will disappear from
the daily press."
Eisenhower again attacked Truman s recent remark that he 1s
"running the Democratic campaign for president." The general
asked: "Why do you suppose he thought he had to tell them.
Eisenhower took one of his sharpest digs at Sen. John Sparkman
!0f Alabama. Not mentioning the
the Republican crusade will have
vice president as he presides over
tion party guarantee that to you.'
Dry Weather To Help Voting
OCTOBER was the driest month in the history of weather Te-
ports In Nebraska. Weather Bureau officials in Lincoln saia oniy a
trace of moisture was recorded In the past month. Omaha Tecords
told the same story. Long-range forecasts -said temperatures woull
again average above seasonal normal witn no precipiiauon in sign.
The warm weather along with heavy registration is expected to
bring huge crowds to the polls Tuesday.
Monday, November 3, 1952
vote on record at the University.
However, the percentage was
lower than in the 1952 class elec
tions due to the increased enroll
ment this semester.
Eisenhower polled 1,385 votes
in his race against Governor
Stevenson. Eisenhower's mar
gin, 821 votes, was only slightly
more than the margins of other
Republican candidates- -and the
mock vote was a landslide for
the Republicans with one pos
Republican gubernatorial can
didate, Robert Crosby, did not
fare as well as his party cohorts.
In the only close race on the bal
lot Crosby won by a narrow 111
Crystal Ball Win
Scored By Clinton
Crystal Ball Contest winners
for the Oct. 24, contest fared
quite well considering the many
John Bruehn, the 5th entry,
missed three games, two of
which ended in ties. His first
place prize is $5. Bill Clinton,
2nd place winner, missed the
same three games as Bruehn,
but his entry was later.' Paul
Means garnered 3rd place with
3 misses, but he was the 25th
All the winners missed the
Colorado-Nebraska tie and the
Duane Hess and Joe Smith,
winners of previous contests,
should pick up their checks in
The Daily Nebraskan Business
been the transformation of Gen.
denounced as irresponsible." He
distinction botw"m mite
senator by name, Eisenhower sbm
the "indispensible support of the
the Senate, can tne administra
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