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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
To The Council
One of the most important and cmtroversial
... jwnn era tbe Student Council agenda this after
noon m be the airing cl all kinds of pinions oa
a petitacai passed Monday night iy 24 wctk'j ot-
gnirataanj and residences to rid caar campus f
- tidfcet-ballDling elections.
fSrial action can be taken by tie Csun-
cl n the petition sauce the sponsor of the plan
are asking thai their proposal become an amend-
meat to the CouadTs by-laws. Amendments to
- the by-law must be presented to the Ccraaril one
Caaaeil to rate eae way or aaaiher. The whale
paint af the elaase is far the speasars af the ae
tiUsa to pet all their cards aa Use table aad. if
the CeaarO vales it dawa. ta teS those orgu
iuUen sa affected what ta expect after Jam. 1
and aba to hope. perhaps aptiaaistiraTry. that
the individaal errtairitiaiTS, desires af can
didates far their eieetktts, will change their rat
fat BicUkodf themselves.
As I See f . . .
Dear Ed. lor,
To, 1 See It As Yoa
Wednesday, November 1 9, 1951
The views expressed by columnists and let
ter-writers on this page do not particularly rep
resent the views of The Daily Xebraskan.
Allow roe to make an apology
to you sir. I can read2y see wbere
you are definitely correct. (I refer
to your Letter! p of Nov. 18), Cer
tainly your slams st me were
justified. Eow could I have ever
summoned up the call to criticize :
TYo Pinmngs, Engagement
Feature Week End Romance
To start oat with the romantic
Rich glorious erours. How
ever, sir. could I ask one thir.g 'or change, we have some
The Nebraskaa would lie to repeat its eii- oS roa- lreiaf' blJ' announce. In the first place. Cyn-
last week Kathleen -Pickles"
Dill passed pickles at Interna
Uanal Hobs to aanoance ber
enraxezoent to Dale Winder.
week and srted cpoa at their next meeting which, toriil plea far Cauadl approval cf the plan. Su 7m lcmreT 7ms!r i5ss4 en. tvja Hyoke. Kappa Alpha Tbeta rradaate ttadniL
ia view I Thasksgsvint varatiHa, will be Dec 3.
Several special iBtnrsts wftl be represemted
at Uiic afteraeaa's aaeetiBg caest at the toeet
tof aad CavarH aanaberi tbentselvea. It is Tbe
Daily Xebraskaa's siacere 4 (hat aS naswx
aerrtand'mrs tbat feave crapped xp ia retard to
tbe prtitiaa bk'h was siraed by II sararities
ad II iadepradeiit wvnea's arrasiiataeas aad
reia&e&res wiS be clariSed at tbe mre&ng.
This wriler is confident that all persoss coa
cerTsed with Shis issaie those on both sides of our
campus prfljtipa? lame, reaUze that most cf our
elecSaaa procedures need drastic revamping,
UZsej persons, fnrhiAmg jicse who are the an
griest at what they caB an attempt to form a
a cskOTreraexit would restore prestige to several of
our campus titles, would f oree the iiscoictjau
aaoe cf those projects vhase only merit is the
ejection of a queen, would save the student and the
alumni pocietbook, would make University elec
tkHDj the expression of student opinion net mere
ly money-making and interest-promoting devices.
Ta the Stadeat CawacO: listea carefa&y to
btb sides af this iwae. Had the tratb wbea a
Hnderrtandiwg canes p aad da wbat yaa
raa to strabtea act tbls aadeai prablexa af
Sly article at which raa
vebemeaUy replied was aat
aiaaed at tbe rwa arraaiiatiaas
which yaa sa ably defended bat
at Mast aetrrities as a whale
(this sbaald briag nare dertsfre
cries af pratost fraia tim
wbere). It was jeet that these
twa aamipateat Traatrifiam (af
which yaa are a aeaBber af
batik) are readily aaderstiadible
by tbe aafartaaate
adghted reader af mj
Before continued argumentation
Jet me here interstice this thought.
I d.u not intend to carry on a Sued
Pa pin of Bob Keymolds. And
Don Koriaek's combo farntshiEg
the music. The dance was held at
,the Sig Ep house Saturday mora.
ling from 7 to 10 am. Air org those
who managed to make it to a
Sally Murphy, Tri Del!, passed '.img weekend, three houses inan-
Amidst the rush of Homecom- dance at that early hour were;
On the night f Dec 2. a soda! taBcSon wil iu, iw-r-,. w
wamar's SactiDin, adnut that name plan could be tike place cm oar campus that is something nrv the members of your crown but
tsromghi JxwQa to make cw campus eterSans fair- University students. A staadent csommittee Pf&Sib!y by the majority off the
er, mare represeniatfve and inane w,orihlulE. beaded by J.oy Wachal is planning an aU-Univer-
h h 'ft ? f - -a-
The yiehntBkan, before sgdfical3y ststing tbe ttkose partidpaxiis in anter-ooIteEiaie sports.
A I m It - MiniflMHU r i fAH I. fAlll ... aSHCBKa. CaBSJra aWKL pvpcwiB. nw li-
saty athletic hanauel purpce cf which is to honor Vrin-itw v . -i der mix well aad the rendt is a raad time. Caferiar the Pi
reasons wy it is badabog this amendment, wraald
17k tt emphasize that the petitiom is Just exactly
what It apesrx to be. There are bo smctering
lartan representing vested inlfiresls in this peti-
tiaa. It is simply a sincere attempt to answer
- with ac&oa the traditional criticism f bought elections.
Jairj persons bsve voided one rather vshe- one and bapes that the plan sets precedence far
ZDent objection to the petition. The last clause f uture years. It seems like rather an xthletir-de-
I the proposal saj-s that, if Council turns it dmsTi, eniphasis, at least in the student eyes, to bring
& will g.o into effect Jan. L That it. 12 the Coun- the big business world cf athletics cLown to the
. d does sot make tbe proposal as amprviSment to lerel where students can honor their University's
its by-laws, the 24 organizations having signed it athletes.
A limited vamber af ttckets is beiar aald
amaitr Che stadent bdy tbraagh tbe resideaees
aad ah to facalty laeaabers. This is the first
time that aa all-Uiuvenaty aparaach has beea
srd ia arder to baaar UniversKy a&lrtea
This writer feels that this idea is an excellent
N'aw to caatiiaae with the
baad. The laaaceat da
I Bob Russell and Sally Jo
Speicher; itilo Brabec and Jeaa
Loudon; Jack Graff and Julie
Johnson; Ted Kratt and Rani
Andreson; Jan Langenberg and
Mamie Samson; Jack Konegni
and Mary Jean Rarpstreith; Lee
l Schneider and Margaret Rayburn;
Rjtv W2ert and Diarj Vr.:ir-
arsd Bill Shreck and Nancy Jofca-
At a Saminie dinner before tbe
Hornewnuiiig dance, the following
compiles were among those pres
Ma Liptan aad Micky Kab
aer; Ira Epsteia and Caaaie
PUU; Maaay Dwerkia aad
rtsyilis Bernsteia aad Daaay
Facel and llaaica Jaffee.
Jimmy Pfcillips and Lis corsto
played for the informal rally
night party Friday.
Tbe AGE'S have announced that
they have five new actives John
Kappa Phi's party are (left to right) Ekhard Scholia, Jiae
Brawa. Karrea Barr. Clark Spriaxmaa, Dalares Doaaran. Sim
Kirk. Eaaersaa laks. Barbara Kaaa. Baaaid Pewers, Aaa Shaalis,
Daaaa Taaagblat aad Daag Benry.
ri(tniTirr that this "Sjaaiar- candv to anaounre ber pjnninig aged to find time to plan some HaiMSffj". J&hn Stone, Jack Korris,
hi" rwes mm farther thaa ia- t9 Laurence Crockett. Alpha f aoi parties. Tbe Sig Ep"s held,. Boa Peterson and Esgene Lun
tmrmumg the sSadwete ac to pp Roanoke. Va. their annual breakfast danre, mith 'deen.
shetrhes af their display er
hadgiar the vartoas dasptays.
'As I See If aaythiag warth
sjwertay waald be warth ia- 1
veatiratiag to aseertaia that fJU FJ&rfiani . ".
ril refuse to Euhmit candidalies or tb,ose elsr
tians wbere the winner is chosen n the basis
This cdaase is tbe one Ctuag that gres the
entire petitiua fame. Of eaicrse. na n wants
to appear ia tbe ligbt f f arcing the S&aAest
Tbe KNebraskaa tMipet far tbe ssaereas af thii
teci-baatqrtteC The ewaimittoe spaasariag it bat
worked bard aad lnr to snake it a saereat. The
rest is sp to the stadeot bady mm to ats to
baaar these persons that bring anarh psblkfty
aad ananry to aar fJaweraity SJE.
Notes On New York
Caere were aa flaws taverred.
Graatted that this year the aaaia
(aalt f the arhedalmr
prahaWy cw to the
klak aeleebag to seeare eaaagh
ugttls to prartkc ia the Cli
seaoa befare the aetaal aradae
ttoa. t . emmXi this by aacy chaaMe
be that aac" that araae af
which yaa aa glibly speak? If
sa. sir. that is eaacfiy af what I
aaa saeakiac. . . the little "aa"
that pap p breaace cf iarasa
Too ennliiiue v.our crxffiade J
"teutiiig tbe man Awn" m again
j The comabined sswority pressure
.(ETcaap abich is iaw atlemptTng to
:torce fiarioiugh mandatory AH-Uni-!versity
elections for certain cam-!
pas bcaiors has brought to the
f.oreffrDt, throcgh their cwopera
five efiorts, a probJeai wnich haf
!been a this &txap"s tor a
This prabJeai eeaters araaad
the fact that the Siadent Caaa
c3 Casmattoa daes mat have .
effertaal eaatral arer oayu j
The coEsJatutaon nly states tfhst
weakBeaf aad hare atteaspted to
da sawartbiar aaot it. This is a
very eauBmeBdahSe mevrmrtit aa
their part bat thT are at fir
iag aayaae else aaj-thin; to say
a boat ft. They say that if this
prapaai it nf carries thrwerh,
they mitt refane to sahnit raa
didates.' Tkit a as evitleatSy
a-rittea ta to pat teeth acta
their proposal, bat they are vat
the least bit eanceraed ahavt
tbe argaairataoat wba
tbrte electies fed
abact it. The prableia is Bat ia
hermt ia the Bx-tbad af electiaa
bat ia the central af them.
II the Student Cwamril would
put in scott. permarieEt coctnol
-er all vofeg cm campus whSra
'was fpecifk: and not geueral, the
problem would be solved perms
neatly, withsjut fcarariiBg the r
ganitatkpes who rpssnsor these
AT miLLER S
nlmas ta ratiea. There are the Metraalitaa
Opera Cmnpasr. Caratgie Ball. Eadie City Ma
sk BaJQ aad a lung tui tit fcr Itimale theaters.
Bat tbere are Creay Tlarrys. the Blue Pata,
Chuck's and the Banky mb. toa.
The pevple af Sew Trk live ia griacy tene
ments, adrnltcaJ bnl attractive Lang Islaakd bmaef
aad bnge apartments alwog the Badcaa Civer.
Fad at every tctesuriptioa it
York, Tou can eat sukh-aki and drink sake at
SXW TOES This is a city f blaring borns
and burned looks. It is a city f plush might clubs
and two-bit dires. 11 as a city wbere everyt'h.ing
important either starts, ends r passes through.
ICpw Tork is the borne f the Uodgers, the
CiantE, the Tankees, the ILS.S. United States,
wwli banking, smash stage plays, a peculiar ac
cent, extra-tall buildings, the Statue cf IJhertx,
tbe United Rations and American culture.
Ta see Sew Tark, yaa ride ia subways, bases,
elevated trains, hawse and buggies r maybe yaw
Wbea yaa see Slew York, yaa see grea
anoubers af fteaple att ail bnnrt f tbe day aad
sUgbL three rivers avnd aa aeeaa, anonided p
lieemen, Maerc Cimblf, BttcketCeBer Center,
lite Bmwery, aacaeot cbnrdbkes, famous graves,
Chester aad xmbelievable aflvertisements.
3Sew York it ltmn of friendly people who
are used to tourists. If you stand an a corner
tuod look confused, a natjve will .ask if be can
belp. Despite the incessant confusion I burry, everywhere. The most lamous hattle-grounfl if
tbe Hear Yorker usuaDy bas a smile. Timet Sguare where hundretSt f tons f water
Most cities are mixtures .of people, but TCew pour vsr the black-long Bond Clothes display.
York is the greatest Her people are mixed in A huge Camel billboard blows real smoke rings.
size, temperament, nationality, .occupation and
rationalizmg that the burden will tbe duties f the Student Council
be barn enily by a sew. . . If taaere rjecnocs unEr. eusuji oc;
.are SB persons in a fraternity and sl To anniwmce filing and eles
thit number is multiplied by C . . tion fates
only 2tt0, a measily 3UQ, will bearj b. To superti'se all publidty lor
the burden and. arier all. they filing and election
can arrange fbejr time so as wmi c Ta arrange lor the poUm?
to Cunk out. Perhaps ot flunk placer, and to supervise tbe ballot-'
out. - . but some f ias would like ing
to roaintaia a semblanoe f an j d. To tabulate the baHols ia the
average. Slight I & a little ra-:-3resent of at least one faculty
available in Sew 'tianaiaung along this point? Take adviser.
your wn case, sir. m'.ouia your e. Ta seal the ballots atria latxu-
CUrriculum and TOUT future Caneer 'tsirjn snA &mrrr Itrupm . 9
the Japanese Miyako, try pHafl aad shish kebab be tbe same bad yoa done a little ulty adviser lor safe-keeping lor
at the Golden Horn x have tortillas, ejicbiladas :more stucH-ing aaa not so jnrct a thirty-dgy period.
and tachos at XBcniEL There are thousands f "f'' "L.'VJ' tTo amaotmt the-compleie re
- . . ... As to your Irtfle innuendo about 'suits f the eiectioa to the Eteirs-
cafet featuring loragn lood and thousands more tOaOSoia. . . thanks lor the Sebraskan.
specializing in purely AmericaB dishes. Most -ompl immt . . Bemember. Jus- g. To supervise all ther elex-'
places .do not stop with Just serving good and i"06 Jl00 M ibJjJDfl tunes she tions f general Unh'ersity inter-
diflerent lood; ISew York restaurants probably
sees more than be with 2&-20 est amwoved brtheSfadenl
VIEiOn Who (Cant orirt 1nr roiwicH
h-gve more atmosphere per tabic than any others the trees. JSe bard feelings, UxA Tim could easCr lead to apathy
in the country. jAnocymout, but you must re- on the part f the Student Coun-
a cuura. . . jva a m" we cu selections Crruttee m the p-
The bjg battle od Manhattan Island is be- j LAiJfT
tveen ndvertisers. They compete lor attention .
eratioB f these elections.
Tbere bave b earner wtH
iti' af lrf 'iiiir vatec The
swrarttM have rewaraiaed this
A pudgy Horist said lhal be voted lor Eisen-
bower but wonders -what the general m-iH do in
Korea. A debonaire attorney said that he is a
registered Bepuiliean but. voted lor Stevenson.
But now that it is ovex be said, "we must all
get behind the country's choie," Informal chats
fl.ta Hew Yorkers f H economic levels sseem to
indicate that aearly everyone here is trj'ing to un
derstand what it going on in the world. One id
lafiy wearing a shaggy coat and a dirty muslin
bandage around ber left leg, was reading the Hew
York Times o an elevated train.
Entertaimnem ia Vew Turk vark iron) fab-
- - ! Ajyna tiu nteeuar. V'rrrwrt t ,v i
0UV The lights in this small area bum deep into the Sto house n J'nA
inghl shouting the messages f several hundred; 1"W Caaaaifsaiaa Leadersbia 215 ISorft &a4
fashion's newest rage
uarmfstl g net I of floret!
end 3 vr t to wear them!
V Lutii St (W tati pi wl
ww tttmc faauumi4 t5 Straw
... txaawut, acg)'wanK, tiirar'i
Although it may nut seen like it after tbe
trta, Sew lark does have bargains to after
taurislc. The biggest and one of tbe beat
is the iO-uiiiuitt ride aa tbe Stales ltOaad Ferry.
Tbe fare is a sickl eatb way. Oa this trip
a tbe majesty of the city skyline, tbe eKpanae
of tbe oueaa and the strength of the Stalae of
liberty are available m well as a taste of ship
CerUdhJy liiere is only one city like that mam
moth metropolis. Ji-F..
Training Southeast Eoom. Ellen iG&Henra fitafionm
fniftd, nVlil, aramlflr mmcnt rti,t W
ira, ki4-fittnL, What Hrd. imaO,
QiHtGandtna laurneiVests. -
' artiti eT va i r "1 Or,V afyrri rf wi vi-a
bright note this week. The Department of Agri-
boosted its estimate a tte state's
Journalism Cold Heys Terry Barnes, Lyle Den-
iston, Cal Zluska, Ehirley Murphy and DtJbert
Cold Jleyf are given in recognition .of s'-holastic
achievement during the first year in the School
f Journalism nd mark a high level of achieve
ment in 11 Held f reporting.
The estimate Is now 2ei,6C,000 or ft bushels
an acre. The .crop .rates as the sixth largest .in
Jf s a corny state.
WHEN YOU USE
Hew York Bound .
At Ibis writing 28 University students wiE be
wB on their wsy toward Jlew York lor Hie United
Jations seminar trip. "VTbiie at Hew York they win
tsn& a yarty lor student of the various UJtf
Jttiougli missing seven .clays of school and
flomeeoming weekend, group will gain lor
themselves and their state high recognition In ln
lemetional rela tions and a lasting bond of ,un
tsleraianding. V'crd To Jhst rise ...
For fhmw atudento wba are sot aeyuainted
the iM-aeedures of the Lincoln City Council,
tat following law iluti as orduutnoe increaflbig
fim Jiv:w bs-w violation by minors from f.50 to
fist tjitit be of interest The F1U0 fine
plim to minor pnrcbaaing aicoholie beverages,
agidast 4salers selliug t minors and aaginsl
miii'M purthmmint alcobolk liquor for minora,
Cr,s trlH Spot
.rc'ot Hi ominous predictions eonoerniiig
tevSbi, JJebraSks's agricultural scene has one
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