The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 18, 1952, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Tuesday, November 18, 1952
Mock General Assembly
Selected By NUCWA
A United Nations General As
sembly will be held this spring by
the Nebraska University Council
ior World Affairs for -their Spring
At a mass meeting Thursday,
NUCWA members decided to have
this type of conference because
The United Nations General
Assembly is now In session. In
United Nations, any issue of
International importance can be
There are a large number of
countries Included In the Gen
eral Assembly.
Three types of conferences were
submitted to NUCWA members
by the steering committee. A
General Assembly, a special con
ference called by a particular
country, and Committee 1
called the political and secur
ity committee.
Any suggestions as to Issues to
be discussed at the conference
should be directed to Nita Helm-
stadter or any member on the
Steering Committee.
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The Nebraska Ski Association! emers i 01 tne steering corn-
sponsoring the Christmas vacation1116 are arae Watson, secre
ski trip to Aspen. Colo., received d?', Joyce Lasse, speakers corn-
deadline extension for down pay-! mittee; Jml Collins, delegations
For Slci Trip
Due Nov. 19
Honor Farmer Comes Back
ments until Wednesday, Nov. 19
There are 65 paid members to
date and 35 vacancies. If the de
mand is greater the ski associa
tion will try to increase their
reservations to more than 100.
Expenses for the week in the
mountains is $54.95. This includes
all meals, room, ski equipment,
skiing lessons and season member
ship in Nebraska Ski Association.
The trip will feature skiing
on the finest ski ranges in the
United States, swimming in
heated outdoor pools, skating,
moonlight sleigh rides and night
life entertainment including a
Nebraska New Year's Eve party.
The $10 down payment must be
committee; Marv Friedman, tech
nical arrangements: Rosemarv
Amos, research committee; Barb
Adams and Chuck Klasek, in
charge of publicity and Bernie
wishnow, assistant chairman of
Steering Committee.
Ag Union To Hold final
Dancing Lesson Tuesday
The Ag Union is holding th"e
sixth and last dancing lesson
Tuesday evening said Junior Kno
bel, dance chairman.
This is a chanee in the 1 pssnn
night from Wednesday to Tues
day evening. The lesson is sched-
paid by Wednesday, Nov. 19, to uied lor 7:30 p.m.
Pete Bergsten. Alpha Tau Omega The three stpne fhat m k i
or Bob Howey, Beta Theta Pi. Forjlustrated at the Tuesday affair are
jniormauuu on uic my ine snag, cnarieston and jitterbug.
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Transportation will be arranged Candless.
nixer aown payment is secureu.
Trains and cars will be used for
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Student-Faculty Banquet
To Honor All Athletes
An all-University athletic ban
quet will be held to honor stud
ents participating In inter-collegiate
sports Dec. 2 at 6:30 p.m. in
the Union Ballroom.
The speaker for the lisnauet
will be announced later. Chan
ellor E. G. Gustovson will
award certificates to the out
standing athletes.
The banquet is sponsored oy
nONOR FAMILY . . . Willard Waldo. University
graduate, and his family watch the Homecoming
football game as Nebraska's 1952 Honor Farm
Family. The title was bestowed by the Lincoln
Rundny Journal ; flttr.
Sunday Journal and Star. The family Is (right to
left) Waldo, Arley Waldo, Max Waldo, Willa
Waldo and Mrs. Waldo,
Tassels Begin
Sale Of MB '
Tickets Today
Tickets for the Mortar Board
Ball, to be held Dec. 12, go on
sale Tuesday. Coeds may purchase
their tickets for the annual turn
about "ball from Tassels or Mor
tar Boards.
As a new feature of the 1952
Ball, the bachelors will sport
gold -colored boutinnieres in
their buttonholes. Their dates
may purchase them for 20 cents
from Tassels and the day of the
ball the flowers willl be deliv
ered to the Union, where the
coeds can pick them up.
Ball tickets are $3 a couple, al
Het.iirtmt .committee beaded fcy Jov
Washal. Rocky Yapp, Student
Council; Elaine 'Esch, WAA; Ira
Epstein, AthJetic Board and tjrjenn
Beerline, N Club, are other com
mittee members,
Each 'organised' nouse will lie
permitted to purchase five tick
ets. A limited number will also
be distributed among the fac
ulty. Price of the tickets is f L
N-men, members xf the Board
f T?ppBntK. Athletic Board mem
bers and coaches will be the hon
ored ruests. The dinner was sug
gested by She Chancellor at an
all-University convocation Oct 8.
He said that 3t is appropriate for
students and faculty to recognize
University athletes at a banquet
given by the student body.
Union Chili Feed
Set For Workers
Directory Staff To Resume Sales In Union, Bookstores
A few Student Directories will
go on sale again Tuesday and may
be purchased any time this week.
Students may buy Directories
from near campus book stores or
Union booth.
University departmental or fac-
their j office between
Pur"jday this week.
4 and 5 p.m. any
Any liouse sales-
!ulty members should order
books from the University
Phasing department. m Theresa Barnes said, who
If house representatives want to,, , A , , . . I
,. , . .. nas not yet turned in nis receipts
sell more directories they may, '
check them out at the Buidrers i must do so Tuesday.
A Chili feed will "be held for
all Union workers Tuesday at
5:45 p.m in Union parlors ABC.
The purpose of the Chilli feed
is to familiarize union worKers
with the various phases of Union
work. Each committee chairman
will briefly explain the purpose
of his committee and the work
'which it does. J. P. Colbert, Dean
thouch sDectBtor seat tickets are 0f Student Affairs, will be the
also being sold for 50 cents byi
In np:i1rfr nf the .evening.
(Tassels. Cecelia Pton, in, w haye recejved
charge of ticket sales, has an-
nounced that both dance and spec-' a card concerning the feed by
tator tickets will be available at Tuesday should contact Margie
iHoldeman, Union Activities
director, in the main Union activ-
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Music of the Neal Hefti-Francis
'Wayne orchestra will open the
Ball at 8:30 p.m. Immediately fol
lowing intermission, six Eligible
Bachelors and 12 semi-finalists for
ities office.
The Union Personnel committee
under the chairmanship of Nancy
Cornhusker Beauty Queen will be Hemphill is in charge of the din
presented. ner una me pmaiam.
HE Smorgasbord
Set For Thursday
The Home Economics clubs an
nual smorgasbord will be held
Thursday evening.
The dinner is scheduled for the
Food and Nutrition building be
tween the hours of 5:30 to 7:30
Hostesses for the Swedish
smorgasbord, which is the theme
this year, is Helen Beth Becht.
Joyce Kuehl is the general
Clara Gregerson.
Other committees are Margaret
Harmon and Donna Dee Tinkham,
food preparation; Jean Holmes
and Ianda Pfister, tickets: Man
lyn Pelikan and Geneva Berns,
publicity: Marilyn Musgrave and
Adeline Dubas, decorations; Julia
Bell and Katherine Steinauer,
serving; Marilyn Bamesberger,
room arrangements; Marilyn Er
win and Chloryce Ode, clean-up;
Elizabeth Gass, equipment and
Elizabeth Anderson and Bonnie
Weakly, kitchen committee.
Tickets for the Swedish smor
gasbord wall be $1.50 and may be
purchased from any member of
the club or from the booth in the
Ag Union.
Hcvug Rehearsal
Scheduled Tuesday
Eehearsal times for the fratern
ities participating in the Kosmet
Klub Fall Revue were announced
Monday by Rocky Yapp, Kosmet j
Klub Historian.
The rehearsal begins Tuesday;
evening in the Coliseum. The in
dividual tune schedules are:
Delta Tau Delta 7-7:30
Zeta Beta Tau 7:30-8
Sigma Phi Epsilon 8-8:30
Phi Delta Theta 8:30-9
Beta Theta Fi -9:30
Sigma Chi 9:30-10
The two curtain acts, Alpha
Tau Omega and Beta Sigma Phi,
are to report to the Coliseum;
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Dress rehearsals are scheduled
for Wednesday at 7 p.m. All par-!
ticipants are to report to the Coli-!
seum at scheduled time. j
Only persons participating in
the acts will be allowed into the
evenings, Yapp said.
Estabrook To Speak
Robert H. Estabrook, editorial;
writer for The Washington Post,1
will discuss the 1952 presidential;
election at a public convocation at
4 p.m. Wedneseday in Love Lib
rary Auditorium. i
The convocation Is the second
In a monthly series on current
news problems presented under
the sponsorship of the University
School of Journalism.
Estabrook has been on the
Post's editorial page staff since
1946. He is also author of "Wash-1
ington Report which appears;
regularly in The Atlantic
Yearbook Picture
Deadline Tuesday
The Cornhusker has extended
the deadline lor having pictures
taken until Tuesday. Pat Bechan,
editor, announced that students
who .nave not had their pictures
taken may do so any time Tues
day at Colvin-Heyn studio with
out making an appointment
through the Cornhusker office.
Unless students pick up their
proofs, Colvin-Heyn will choose
the proof to be used in the yetn-mok.
P-sd Gvidson Smoker
Schsduhd For Tuesday
A smoker for prospective Red
Guidon members will be held
Tuesday in the Motor Truck Lab ;
at 7:ao p.m. j
The meeting will feature a short
pcldress by an Enlisted Reserve1
Corps official who will explain'
longevity rulings that may result
la substantial poy increases to
serve Corps meetings during their i
toilege years.
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