The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 08, 1952, Page Page 4, Image 4
Monday, December 8,1952 -I Pi Tau Sigma . Thesis oes On An ff ff 3 s V 5 i I j i i 1 V 'I 'V dec omes Rosenberg Compefes Work On Brfsh Poet By PAT PECK Feature Editor A doctor's thesis that grew up to be a full-fledged book is scheduled to roll oil the Univer sity press Jan. 19. The book, by Dr. Albert Rosen berg, instructor of English, is en titled "Sir Richard Blackmore: A Poet and Physician of the AUgUS--a,, A Rlarkmore. not to be confused with the Blackmore j more was Important and inde pendent e a o a g a to maae enemies of Dryden and Pope among the poets and Garth and Radcliffe among the physicians. The noet was concerned in nearly every major controversy of his age. He was present on the English scene for about 30 years and his career extended through Ha rim rvf four monarchs. He served as royal physician to Wil- who wrote -Lorna Doone,J was an jliam III and Queen Anne, and early 18th century poet -physician carnea on who took r&rt in au tne major u. controversies and disputes of his time. Rosenberg spent four years in England compiling material for the biography, two years there while serving with the army in World War n. Rosenberg and liis wife spent two years in Lon don. Be as a student at the Uni versity of London and she as aa elementary school teacher. Professor James R. Sutherland, a well-known authority on ISth century literature, was Rosen berg's instructor at the Univer sity of London, under his eirec tion Rosenberg chose Sir Richard Blackmore as the subject of his J time. His works He was knighted for his po litical poetry written in praise of William III and for his serv ice to the crown. On the side of poetry he fought immorality and wit in litreatore and the use of pagan deities in Christian epics. His poetry was only mediocre and he remained a minor figure in literature because of his failure to achieve. However, In the London of his time he was as well known as his contempo raries. Dryden and Pope. Blackmore was perhaps one oft Schedules of second semester the most prolific writer of the classes will be mailed to all Jun C-4.mt:mic-;.-m'M nniwwim r m Mnin irr'Tiin wfc'-jliii--r.HriM.,iilili' ; n in i n i n m iiumi in i r n I 1 MECHANICAL. ENGINEERING . . . Twelve Unlve rsity junior nd senior men have Been. honored for scholastic and practical achievements in mechanical engineering. They nave been" selected for membership in Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary society. New members are: (1. to r, seated) Ken eth Low in. Wilmer Hergenrader. Kaywood Johnson, William Pierce, (standing) Benjamin Rndln kow. Gay Ian Hargrave, Robert Cowan, Orrin Thomas, and Edward Breng. Bill Anderson Is not pictured. (U. of N. Photo.) SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULES Students illoy Pick Up Copies Tuesday Schedules of second semester! Reristration and Records, B-7 I lulrnmpnt Committee betwee included books seven !ior Division students by Wednes- asslgnment Committee between Jan. 13 and Jan. 15, according to assignment number. Work sheets will be at the Military and Naval Science Building. Students in Ag College will pull cards at their assigned lime. Cause: Boring Class By DICK COFFEY Staff Writer The favorite pastime of the col- liege students seems to be that of "doodling" on desks. It's amazing how these etchings can be de veloped from a small mark to practically a ditch. To begin with, there is the stu one often can spy the faint out line of crib notes (for shame). Wise up cribbers, notes are ter ribly difficult to read on marked up desks, unless you' have an unusually good set of peekers. Results from a recent poll show that students are mainly bored with the lc:ture. Of course tnere aro the nervous ones, who have to sit and "diddle" all over the Ident who is rather devotea io wi ... . . . msk. it t lecture and casually scribbles onjribly difficult to write. a student the desk off and on. This student is writing merrily along when all begins vith a mere sketch of a of a sudden his pencil drops ... j , ithmnffh the tarer into a hole. Oh line m pencil or in worse things that through the grain of the wood. h This is called the first stage oi development The next student who takes this seat is either wondering about his date or the test he Just failed; consequently his mind drifts from the lecture and he helps to develop this line by breaking the finish on the desk and perhaps blackening it up to some extent. Then the real "doodler" comes in and finds the lecture somewhat boring, so he casually takes out his jacknife, opens it, spies the line which is partially developed t,a nmNa to carve a ditch down the middle of the desk. One College students come ana go but these decorated desks stay on and on. Administration Building. . - - xvi Attwwi . . . ine procedure in itisia u doctor's thesis. j or eight medical dcks aeaung day or shortly inereaiier. au non-as followT. The book is compiled from newWiin aimosi every uuu u-,; junior wvimwt smuu m-j v Monday or Tuesday, Dec. 8 material gathered by Rosenberg two .WjteWuT 4 T studeni should n to their durinf his study in England, Ma- anoi a votuoie cm ivuiaiiai o.uucuu m mc v-vcs v. i - -- - cuua un aMsucv aown mc unuuc - tenal was obtained from the Brit-; In addition to his writing he re-, culture will pick up schedules in adviser's office. The advisers ap- FeS paid m the Military 'might caU this the final stage of ish Museum, the Bodleian Ii- mained one of the most important the office of Doctor Hixson, 206 pointment schedule will be found and Naval Science Building be- development, but of course other hrary, the Cambridge University physicians of the time. ' i Agricultural HalL . or near his offEce door- on tween Jan. 27 and Jan. 30. Late students fall into this ditch to add library, the Royal College of; The poes was a inena oi aiuaentsm vTo fhA rflI(1mt wfll.- wlU charged from reb. their technioie oi aru Kecords Office Guiidhall library I time, and was the co-author of a pamphlets in the office of Dean make an appointment to fill out a; tv. .r rnK9m 'series of informal discussions on'Fullbrook. 210 A Social Science. nmcTam oi . studies between Ull um AVWXM V. - . . I - - . i. : r ,ttAM r an all al la his book, Rosenberg seeks to present a fun account of the life of one of the foremost physicians and poets of early 1S& centmry England. Black- eauties . . Continued from Page 1 Alpha Lambda Delta. Red Cross and a member of Alpha Omicroa Pi- Mirilri XtutnL!. m irmiciF in Arts and Scieaces, Daily Nebras ka columnist, Nebraska Univer sity Council on World Affairs. strhieets of the dav written in an effort to carry on the -ia;ier tradition. The series was entitled 'The Lay Monk."' Blackmore. however, did not depend on his writing for fi nancial support, and held ia low esteem anyone who did. To him. writing was a hobby and a means of relaxation. He de pended upon his private prac tice for financial support. On one occasion he demanded more money from Queen Anne be cause his constant attention to her interfered with his private practice. All other students may pkk up their books in the office of NU Elephants' TV Debut Set Monday iYW To Begin oroCTam of studies between Wednesday and Dec. 19. Worksheets will be made out and both copies will be left with . the adviser. NOlTI IRCl I lORS Actual registration will be from' " "''" Jan 5 in Jan. 9. Freshman stu- P . tO Kl dents with 26 hours or less will TO I DO wTTICGrS register according to assignment . . . Whoale n-i haoin Trt hrm 1 rt tha numbers, which will be picKed upj " " lSmuui8 i at the Assignment tommraee minus eievuja ur new uiiiL-crs, uuwi". w." . ,v. nrn;, t,a v,v-,i cionr . v iface" "Magoo, " "Pogo, and many FJenhantsL not Dink but the d,.;t.- i . iother well-known characters are African variety which are located ftlWe students will Dick!UiatlEg conutu"ee roeets to "" taking the place of that famous in Morrill HalL will be the subject tniaiyit9 mings submittei h? YW old character "Kilroy;" however, ??JL torH JlT' - - look, clooften he can see IT .. ilVt,lUU WI - V TV.,Jt,n. fn, film. T,,,l me iaQlHg OUUillCS Ul 1U"J ine poes uvm uuuuui from 6 to 0:13 ml -- , ..- - of George I of Hanover, of whofn: jr- c. Bertrand I Spanish Club Plans Comic Play Christmas Party IS Scheduled Tuesday A short 'comedy will highlight ihe fThristmas nartv of the Span ish Club Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 316, union. In the Mexican Christmas tra dition, a pinyata will be hang ing from the ceiling. A pinyata is a large earthen jar which is filled with such delicacies as candy, popcorn and peanuts. To get them out, the jar is struck from below, spilling the contents out on the floor. In order to get something to munch on every one scrambles after the delights. In addition, Christmas carols will be sung in Spanish. Beginning and second year stu dents of Spanish will present a comedy entitled "El Amante Corto Jde Vista," which, when trans lated into English, is "The Near- taking the place of that famous Sighted Lover." Mauricio, the near-sighted lover, meets Matude, a young Of course the favorite desk decorations are still the initials, nicknames and Greek letters. Greek letters seem to occupy the majority of space. Fraternity as well as sorority Greek letters are carved deep Into the finish. This proves that both sexes are equally guilty of this offense of doodling." A few would-be artists are be ginning to crowd tne neia oi sicetcnes oi uu 1 . ; c-, J ,-, IT r mAr, bnMT-c in :. ...,11 . ; w-h.m. -. v.-. ci oeorge 01 niaovet, vi rjr C isertrand acnuuz, oirec-r j- . .L Coed Counselor and a member of be was an ardeat supporter, and tor of the University State Mu- 1 register according to the num- the candidates for five major offi- Gamma Phi Beta. Kathleen Kelley. In Teachers Coii Builders. WAA. tre and Chi Omesa. he was an ardent supporter, ana cf University State Mu-1""1 w ,ue wnuiuaiojm me umjw um- ueta. I also during the reign of James IL will trace the historical de- ber oi nours cP1t5u Vj ces- Comminee Uhairman JJoris Kelley. a sophomore iEe te a short history of the veloDtnent of the elephants from tember. 1952. The blackboards at Carlson, present YW President, is rVHiMMi 9 msmW nt. . t- . . k. .1 ... . . .r ... . .. . kA TfTiar-r inn Pwaval Science - - j w ir-u r;it AA, University Tfeea-Uv. assassination attempt on Wil- -r,,,.. models and other visual Building and tkv u still an old favorite that will undoubtedly never fade away. Surprising as it may seem. Schultz Wit! Address Sigma Xi Meet Tuesday Hit nraMTticts rf 1earnin2 to meets ttTt ei the Great riairts re-; jjoq duricg the "Ice Age" will be discussed by Dr. C Bertrand , Schultz before the Nebraska chap ter of Sigma XL national scientific! jesearch society. Tuesday everuagJ' Srfinltz. rrofessoc- cf cecicZT the university the assassination attempt on Wil liam III. The book represents the com pletioa of almost three years work for Rosenberg, who is teaching his third year at the T-ainrdtT. Mast of the BOOK. however, was completed before he came sere ia 1S5. He Is currently working oa another biography this one of Mr Ivam el Garth, a ohysiciaa eontem aorary of Blackmore. He is be ing aided ia this study by a University research graaf. In between tos roles or teactier Africa to Nebraska by the use of the Military Naval Sconce assisted by Kathlene DilL Nancy Dean Johnston To Soeak pictures, models and other visual Building and Regents Bookstore Weir Sylvia Krasne. Virginn UeQn Jonns,an lo J,r!UR materials. The new series, "Doors v.. " ... ti.it,.-. " i . ! weekly on a rotation basis by the I University enrollment in j University, Creighton University reached the 10,100 mark. and University of Omaha. ,al Building and Kegems eooKsrore Weir SvIvia Virginn W!ll announce time ff rejratiori. Cooper ley Schonberg, Janice In Ellen Smith TuesddV ! VMW - 'Osbom and Miss Sue Arbuthnut. uru and Values on Campus" 1947 Before Christmas, the list ofjis the topic of a speech to be inominees, two for each office, 'given by Marjorie Johnston, will be posted. Judged on ability Dean of Women, Tuesday, 5 pjn T h;nr-r rf ffrkrrwKtif swine University COeas: an you im- UJ wwii " rl" -"""J " in "" " " ODiToTthe progrlm ec'!agire that in 1547 many Lincoln; organize, scholarship and campus ; is sponsored by YWCA. "Goals ul prred bTthe uS'ver- stores were wlur- pure cashmere resect, the candidates will be and Values" discussion group and wui oe pravuicu vj uic .. r . v.- aii vw members. lis orjen to all students. sity. Muil it r im ii f maa State Maseom. will speak stand bkrapteer. Rosenberg finds tmnnaw Use meetntg is cpea to t&e book o&IIectin and simp collert- iuii. Union Recreation Ceaitnued froEU Fag 1 1 hard and coostant use. he a&ieA at fhis time ia the aounise. The! The cost cf having furniture Union has a great deal cf expense, re-cp&clstered in very great, and keesinar t&e cresent furniture in, many cf the chairs are of a coc- food conditioa because it receives ::stmctioa reiirir.g constant re- , uyajjt. uuc SHU".. - ,i tseverai orawings oe me xype ci ftirnitttre that seems to be best fee the Union, and have found Jf-at thm tint rr tHn im.it VfM-h. and strtaizly re-tnforced chairs t a zaf-teaGt . . , A W DC 1U VKfl a aw NU Judging Team Places In Contest The University Eseais faigir,, team t&aced 11th ia cceteit at the International Live stock Erpcsioa. Tt team, ccnipcsed cf Dave Jones. Tom Iiesy and Delbert' MerritS. placed ISth in beef. 16th ia rnrttcn, 11th ia pork and fifth ia lamb grading. Kigi indivkhsal far tie teaat was Delbert Merritt who placed lcr2i ia lamb grading. The coach cf the team is Prcl Curies Adams. Pepst Big ers To Attend -7 Convention practical beraase too maay peo ple shapty stretch oat oa them. The length and lack of strength make the leag'eoaches a peer choice for the Uaioa aeeds. Lake Beted. Be said that maay of the chairs ta the Uaioa are over 15 yean old. aad they are eeastaaUy beiajr repaired, only to break down. Lake also pointed cut that many of the ciairs are re-up&olstered every year when only certain parts are worn out. The ends of the arm are usually the first parts that show signs cf wear, hef ri Cnm Cri&i said, and the new furniture wui and Tassels are to attend a coo-: pro-Cably have wood fesiays for vers&xi cf pep clab cf Bi?-Seven about the first six inches of the schools fceid ia Colombia. Jlo;, he added. at the University cf iXLjsuri . . a. SUident Union Saterday. I ntirrn I Minril The convention has teen called WllUl Wll VUUilWII o -w trrant 91 t- m, Seven scbooU to present their Raff fnI Poifl f l feteas and proMems on riance, -'J Willi T spira w.:rux the cms and in ise school, Ximcboss cf pep al membership. Don Noble. Cora Cob president,! eftusi on Truman's Point. Said that the number Ot CornlCCtS Yiu-.t Prn.ram i Yrf rrstnwmi ' and Tassels to attend the conven-lbr the National Catmcil of tse fesa has tsest yet been decfefed, fcut Churches of ChriiJ. Any person.' Barnes of the representatives1 ijvfog fc, United States, and! should be announced br Tuesday, tvtrn VirHi ir ta?ii nri Xf 1. A, ,A . . WVa! .ili: it. j buj tr. . . iuc ; fa the ; say Contest Directories Left Unclaimed By 21 TVe cersoiLS who bo !srf.rt Erectorie at the Union' Imih sasd have not picked them t?; may get their copies ia the Builders OfSce, 308 Unicffl. They are ll-rray Badthaus, Cars'ya Becker, Mrs. E. Lomereji BiBxtard, . Jim Clark, ThomaS CsEEiuirx. Deaa Omrett, Robert Cr7, itarce!yn Dedric, Pau!. Veritas, llarjorie Eriksea. f To-51" Crfgiby. ' E. E. Garner, CieU Hs-er, Katlrjr McCa.ndie.ss. 8 -r ?:;Xee, Jo Ana Nelson. Jirnj Clsert. lUcKard Seeley, Harlanl f r. it rts nr-l Siender essays of 1.0GO words or less mustL be in beiore midnight. March 21. 1153. to National Council of Churches. 79 East Adams Street, bought Chios to 2. HI. The United SUlcs aad the Under-developed AreaV Is the theme of the coo test. President Troaiaa's plaa iaeiades eco nomics aid aad technical ass' st ance to the less developed areas of Asia, Africa aad Latfa Amer iea. The essays sheaid deal witli the over-all the tne of the plaa or wig some impertaat aspect, aad the mora resraoasfbiL'ty of the VJ&. aad of the areas re ceiving aid. Judging will be baied on mas- ,r - ... '---rn ; -5.:."... u.. i . ......... : - . -; v mn v. - ' - -v ' t i i ' - ' ' f ' " ' 'J I . .'mi 1 1 , , f -v.'.y '-www. T 3 .1 . . ' I. all I"- " 1 I :hr)p 'V ;ii ! liW :; I. Soanish senorita. at a dance. Later be confuses her with her mother and sister. Matilde s father desires to thrash every one, but forgives everyone in the end and marries his daugh ter to E Amante Corto De Vista. Prank Wells plays the part of Mairririn Marr Ann Richer ia cast as Matilde, and the mother. sisier, ana iauier are piayea dj Anne Thompson, Kay Yeiter, and Herbert Hughes respectively. While Spanish music is played. reiresamenis wui ue servea. All those interested in Spanish are invited to attend. I always smoked Chesterfields in college just like my friends" says New York secretary, Elizabeth Lydon'and here in New York it seems like almost everyone smokes them." DUKE '51 13 QBJmWf5 01 t : V GAREHK uam I S'jei'icr ana, levy oi uses u&jx. orginai ij. Jv'jmrjsn V.f-a"-h. 'composition, rearabriity. and in- Jios.-Sj Dj-eclory tales are tereit. Cash prizes totaling HJBffl c.r-ui li t'.e Union, the Ke-jwill be awarded May 15. 1S53. ' -i .-a. F".-"r.U' and Pe den's For more tafcrmaUoa the j It ; t.fcs tave few copies for! fnterested are to contact the s . Uaiversity TJICA or TWCA. i ! '-,.,-w.,ww,.,.Jr -''- ' - I ' i r. , i II r-X, r rM rill rl i U ft J HM I 11 tf I I I I It ti -'J i il I au aa waning j A responsible consulting organization reports a study by a competent medical s pecialist and staff on the effects of smoking Chesterfields. For six months a group of men and women smoked only ChesterfieId-10 to 40 a day their normal amount. 45 percent of the group have smoked Chesterfields from one to Z tnirty years for an average of ten years each. At the beginning and end of the six-months, each smoker was given a thorough examination including X-rays, and covering the sinuses, nose, ears and throat After these examinations, the medical specialist stated . . . 4lt is my opinion that the ears, nose, throat end acces sory organs of all participating subjects examined by mo were not adversely affected in the six-months period by smoking the cigarettes provided." , Remember this report and buy Chesterfields . . . regular or king-size.