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VOL 52 No. 79
Tuesday, November 10, 1953
'Cutest Baby' Winner
Finalists To Compete feb. 20
In Extemporaneous Speaking
Entries in the annual Delta Sigma Rho extemporan
eous speaking contest, to be held Feb. 17, IS and 19, may
be submitted this week. -
The contest, open to all University students who are
not present or former members of the Debate Squad, in
cludes two preliminary rounds in j
which participants present five to U haDOened at nil
seven minute speeches. Finalists 11 lluFhw,,cu Ul ,1U
are then chosen to compete in the" A freshman coed was rejlster
final round Feb. 20. ins for AWS Board in EHen
Students wishing to enter the Smith. She wrote her name, ad
contest, for which a traveling tro-I dress and her interests in the
phy is awarded to the winning! organisation,
individual as well as the winnine Then she came to the ourslion
organised house, may submit! "What is your approximate! 1
names o umwia yjvfvn, oukiwi "jnw irijt, nrr answer
of debate. Room 202, Temple; was "About 135 pounds.'
Building, until Friday ai 5 p.m.
Preliminary rounds will have
three judges. The finals will be
judged by five faculty members
field of speech. Awards will be; A J T
presented immediately . following AAXVfQ Q GQ I O
the last round by represents lives, w
of Delta Sigma Rho, national f
speech honorary and sponsor o('Jy Wfl InOnfc
the contest. Final round will be yyg IO
in Love library Auditorium.
An elion IS ceing maae mis. .iwtxnj-iiuii- viuvtrrsjijr ui
year to increase the number of braska music students have been'
independent contestants, said Joan granted scholarships worth a to-'
Kmeger, Jjeiia olgraa tsno prea- i i,uou iur me strona sc
dent. Although one award nec- mester, David Foltz, chairman of
csarily must go to an organized the department of music, an
house, she continued, independent nounced Friday.
students are definitely eligible for Phyllis Maloney of Council
the outstanding speaker s cup. i Bluffs. Ia, an entering freshman,
Kappa Alpha Theta presently received a $70 Resents Music
possesses the traveling house tro- scholarship. Other first year stu
phy won by Lee Ellen Creaseman dents who earned renewals of
and Mary Worrall in 1952. their Regents Music scholarships
Rosemary Amos was last year's on the basis of their first semes
winner of the outstanding indi-her's scholastic achievements in-
vidual speaker s cup- Both tro- elude:
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1 h' , TS ?t, Of
I I ill1 I i i i I wnw.-t -!, M.UKWMlt
Courtrsr Linocto Sur
Eligible Bachelors Begin
Campaigning For Voting
Educator Denounces Professionalism
In Education At Communion Breakfast
Chancellor R, G. Gustavson denounced the profession
alism of today's education as he spoke before more than
160 University of Nebraska Newman Club members and
their friends and families.
The Chancellor spoke at a Communion breakfast in the
Hotel Cornnusker aunaay morn-
llV rtAV ng. xne Dreamasi ocean uuni
IV I fi (InrHinal Npvnnan dav festivities.
"Education today, said Dr.
Gustavson, "is a Gulliver tied
down with strings. We are trying
to break these strings."
Gustavson explained that the
problem is to maintain a code of
education that will discipline the
mind. The chancellor does not be
lieve that this can be done with
the emphasis on transit studies:
those subjects which train the
mind on particular professional
Filings for May Queen are open1 matters rather than on the arts
this week until 4:30 p.m. Friday! and sciences of all the universe,
in Dean Frank Hallgren's office, The chancellor used the medical
(Administration building. education to explain his point. He
Senior women with a weighted pointed out if a medical educa
5.5 average are eligible to file for uon was not tied down with
the titles and the application may j strings requiring every student to
be made -by the coed or by an-take practically all the same
other person. courses, there would be more
University women will choose medical graduates with outstand
the May Queen and the Maid of ing preparation in various fields
Honor at the Spring Election. The' of work.
coed receiving the second highest! He also said the University
number of votes will reign as the should not be expected to supply
Queen's Maid of Honor. Both will the technical professional skills
!be presented the morning of Ivylf?r a journalist when the profes-
, Enrollment for second-semester May " and remain on the ion ixseix says tt does not have
classes at the University was throne during the day's festivities. wacn prwpecuve Jur-
f placed at 6.022 students Saturday! Last years Queen
oy ut. iloyd w
Cwiitcssr Lincoln Stir
THEN AND NOW ... The
above photo of Connie Clark,
Ax College junior, was se
lected Friday as the cutest baby
picture In the annual Sno-Ball
contest. The photos abeve show
a difference of IS years.
was Dee uailsts wose skuis.
Pnnwr na!Lovegrove and the Maid of Honor . ine cnanceuor pointed out that
registration and rec-;"s Dee Irwin.
j This figure compares with an
1 enrollment of 6,100 last year at
The breakdown of this mid-
YHi t invribed with the win- cn x i j t .. y I he uiirteen candidates lor i.u-, ioiis at tJien bmith Hall and year enroumem is: ivon-veter-
L1ILB"ckenf: ??!5: iane gible Bachelors may campaign anvSAB Union wiU be open from 10 ans: undergraduates, 4.859; grad-
e new feature of this year's i -J n. . i. f' !Tl xime tfcrough election day on a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on election day, uates, 363; medical, 278; techni-SSSr1-
intd m far c ,W a!pe!oa- Ma- Trom following candidates, ..ear.c ninW. T?aKirc! Veterans: undergraduates. 262:
rrr"T tone-T. -cuncu tiuus, ia.; wanna- k., hv rni. rV: ",V" "rrWTrrrr1 eraduates. 55. and mprficat. fi4
ill UKT D, . Unnnor- lnltn Hn.ttr. : " - -HOT. tUII UOIW UK, rill KJiUUlUH " "
possible to campus topics.
past, topics oi general
fairs have been used.
past, topics of general current af- pKennVth R. Rwn.OuJJ Regier. Phi Kappa Psj;
1 ha; Virginia Thomas,
Delta Tau Delta; Jim
JTerry, Delta Upsilon. and Jackl
t ;i-. , "2 jun juunger, -m ueiia ineta; uick
.L.lla Marie Woodiee, Alliance. :irkr
e "'stuo .i:mujiuj r arris. Ultima rni i.usiii:i ; iui nam Greer Beta Theta Pi
?are being awarded this school' a. Goll. Phi Gamma Delta; Dick ' ..-,, .,,
rear for the first time. Kecioi- H.Wr Tt3 S c3 Pi- Jrrv This years dirties w-ij
en;s were selected after special Minnirfc.' Dotsa I milon- W-ne Presented at Coed FoUies Feb. Z3 m . l
lauditions held last summer. Moorfv. Farm Houi: Dave Noble.! aM " l10 M Q KyrUaUaTeS
FtPshmpn who recfiveti iviumt. rv: jx-:- rKV, r.K. .,' presemauon at ir.e aionar tooard; s
alS OI Scholarships granted on the nha Tan fW?a' Thnm Snvdpr.
oasis oi penarmance a-v we L.ni-; Tau Kappa Epsilon; J. Carr Trum- J
!vers;tys Fine Arts Festival last bull, Sisrma Chi; Bob Wagner;" ?
April include: Carol Jean Arm- Kappa Sigma, and Tom Wood- Cvrlinnno PlorlriCC
strong. Holdrege; Ann Bramwell,! wardTsigma Nu. CXCnUngB ISQy G5
uncom; iomaa t-izeK. iirxr;;!-
Tuescay at 3 P KXS, the o'Jne Foxall, Omaha; DeOdt TPfimS
radio station "of the students, for Gere Haiei LLnco Marl UCUUIC
the students, and by the students. Hersej Albion. 11 f f n I
wiU go on the air for the second q. are Ali- Losie. SI Paul: Vuin V tCOUnfl.
m many states the teaching or
denominatiaonal faiths in the uni
versity is forbidden by law. The
Newman Club and the Catholic
church, said Dr. Gustavson are the
answer to their members' need for
education that cannot be given in
"Without education, he said, man
would be barbarous, even with all
the other learning in the world.
Religion, he continued, is man's
response to the social world.
The new officers of the New-
End Feb. 12
Trvouts for "Anvthinff Goes."
Kosmet Klub's spring musical, are man Club for 1953 are Robert
being held Feb. 10, 11 and 12 in Meehan, president; Lawrence
room 313 of the Union from 7 toNordhues, vice president; Mar
10 pjn. - jorie Moran, secretary; and Rob-
Anything Goes," Broadway ertMalone, treasurer.
musical with lyrics by Cole Por-' .tf" , , SiUD omcers
tpr. contains 30 soeakine oarts in-ia?cl Mothers club officers have
r-lnriincr t-crn rtanrinff nd irnnno wen named.
was cancelled this Ephriam Hixson, dean of resj-LChoruses of six men and six
ueui msmicuBn ot me Agncm- women. SoriOP !
mici mxu up iii a uwui iu u;c
Sue Kirkman, Tecuncseh; Jet
The five-year-old station has McKie, Lincoln: Virginia McPecK
ious companies are
ployees from the
He said that the deadline
graduating; Union or at Tempe of-iSftf Tq CoVPr
, ffice. Scripts for speaking parts w wwvl
"f? j";: y be checked out from room - n
tTiml t pFe" for a Europe Plans
The Alpha Chi Omega pledge
class and Sigma Alpha Mu enter-
tainpd lhe rhildren at the Lin-
, V- .. , , r,, .:i ,v ,r,,ni' suca rais as uue sonE, wcvinir.g '"i ji iiisiurjf, win present me
fn..0rf!0C, hOSpltal Fnd3y I SI It Goes" "You're the fop," Wj first in a series of lectueTThurs-
The number of students who
wish interviews with these com
The musical production includes' Dr. Eugene N. Anderson, pro
such hits as title song. "Anything fessor of history, will present the
afternoon, Feb. 6.
scheduled a compieicy new pro- Geneva; Edwin Martin, Hoibrook;
cram system. Instead of broad-, fwvm-i. rc: Aumrs- ram!
Ditjerams from 3 to 5 each after- camhriripp- Xorhprt fic-him- won nine nmn-is and lost 11 in the is?e laree . m . ".5r..
noon. KNXS will present all pro-DeWr.t; Phylfe Sherman.! Doane Invitational Conference de-;?f.LMJS!
i-k ... , f. 'on the campus. The more stu-j
The group sang songs to the , 1 .
. , youngsters and did a sabre on ( tj.- , m . , '
ww m -r M - .1 , !.
crams of the same type on one Xecumseh. and Carole Ur.Serseher. bate tournament during the past
cay. ice oniy oaiiy ieasurc -- jjneotn.
be the news and sports coverage
at 4:45 pjn.
wards to see the children
. . . . . . . vi,1fl Tint fwmnx-rfvl
weeKena. len scnoots enierea xne "
I Get a Kick Out day, covering the topic. "An An-
M 7 M 1 Slltl m 1 - ! T-mn Z l T w i . . ,
interested, the more com- lL
panies Hixson wiU contact tor i Z, " c
interviews in the spring. f Frank Bock, speech and dra- ILi2;
At present about seven com- matic art instructor, will direct' I.De lectures, sponsored by the
panies are scheduled for inter-the spring production. John PAersity Extension Division,
views in the spring. Most of the Toich, technical director of the be held in Love Library Aud-
s competition. ( - ine youngsters at me nospitait companies are olienng on the umyersixy ineae, wui aci as i o -o pjn. eacn
I The debate teams consisted of range in age from 6 to 16 years, job training for many of the fields. adviser. (Thursday for the next seven
Don Overholt and Charles Kiffinj After the entertainment, re- 111 agriculture. Kosmet Klub committeemen we5
who won three and lost two; Rus- ments funaished by Sigma Alpha' The Dean's office wCl notify appointed to date are: Don De-! Re&steratjon fee for the lec
' sell G-ttir.g an i Norman Alexan- y.a were jeed to the young-f students who place their names Vries, production; Mac Bailey,!1115 " Anyone desiring to at-
from famous stories, will be con- "" w"3"ww jder who won three and lost two; ers. tin his office as to the tome and; publicity; Arme Stem, tickets; : lecrures may register at
tirued from last semester. A dis-J The new s!aie of officers for Jerry Igou and Allen Overcash :' af.. , . place of the interviews. land Mike Lawlor, programs. , t- e Extension Division, 101 Archi-
cussion of contemporary English the Religious Welfare Council who won two and lost three, and ill SmitrL' Students wishing to apply for Major character parts include: Haaor, at Loe Library
irtmtair and olar reviews pre-was elected under a new corti- Don Rosenberg and Robert Eaasch assistantships and scholarships forrR;Tj CrrrVvr rr.rrT-:r Tmrr? man- Audju5num foUowmg the first
sented by the theat-r department tution last Thursday at a meeting who won one and lost four. Kjlt 7t v fTwf" I graduate study should make theirj Hope Harcourt, young woman lpcture- o college credit Mill be
are two new programs planned at the city YMCA. ! Don Overholt, who also entered Jf Alp WM '-'sa -ppUcation oftce. Hixson traveler; Reno Sweeney, night & iGL attending the lectures.
a citscussjon group, psactu swniu r
Talk" DroErams are the basis Rowen To Dirprt
cf Monday's schedule. "Authors of . .
the Ages," short skits adapted ReliqiOUS COUnClI
from famous stones. wiJ be con-.. 2
TSnrc ciwinsV i21 feature w t: Tr,u- in coEKoetition with 30 other stoi-
popular music, and is composed ai December meeting, haunts. Russell Cattm placed- gncjae ToUmO menti"
entirely of disc jockey shows. Bob Mt yet tct3 0fficiily approved ond m d:SC51sswn leading competi- Uliuyc lUUIllUillClil
ttiw wiiJi crpseni a new cmac c-!,,ir. ru,mii uwi
jot ley snow, Droaacasumg uvm
many of these grants are ri,.K r,- Rpv. rr XTnnn an uermany Solve Her Na-
still available for students enter-(riiniicri rtuhUr enprrv anH TUm. honal Problems" is the title of Dr.
the graduate fields.
various Greek houses on campus.
This Tuesday be will
The new officers and the or-
Norman Alexander entered ora- Winners Named
tory competition and Jerry Igou
breTdcast aEi2atio1. meZ .reset entered 'extemporaneous speaking f Toe?;A director of the,
disguised public enemy; and Bon
Tifn w r,t,sion Periods will
wr.. L- - -","1tures.
Anderson s first lecture. Discus -
follow the lec-
which was held Feb. 7 in Union
Team winners are
1 , r T-V. .
By BILL DETMES
A college student ar.
ppeared be- Era4 Mnr',nr CIac
fore a judge and pleaded that his ' 1 WWI "w,,,ia UIC
Joe Jerrr.an mtlh gSS- asked the MO End Wednesday
iron fyr'"? March 5th. They are: f Speech tosavctors Don Klire. bounced the winners of
rlSr! Dick Rowen off Canterbury B.endfiTDoS aot first preliminary tournament
Tuesday show will be mx.'d by Club, president; Tim kelson o! son coached the Lmverssty contest
AlHaaslwood. a graduafe studenL by House, second vice presi-
fedw-5.daT is KSVS variety 5t; Roger Heimer of the Baptist -
daylTral sairg of n-.usx Djples of Student Fellowship. SettOfe TO Hear
-. . . 7 . . - tv rA nr nnecsdeiit: Gad Roks-.
and a woman s snow ieaiurmg m-,, ; - - , ' " . . . ... n . - . : ntr lamer uuu i
tartein TrLyW Morganhave "brngot the Lutheran Student As- Committee RCDOrt Gaiter and Jerry Wienberg and' for rjn
vll isociafaon. secretary; and HaroEd1'wliI,,1,,,ww r w Kent Kelley and Bi'd MunJelL
f "rtTiTT -i fErockmsn of Newman Club, Committee reports concermr.g,, ; A v A wolf is like a modem soot re-
and dance music on Friday. Two "L , " - i--, -- c".7 lZZZ a n will compete in the tnai ""
rWey shows will aa appomtmect made Faculty 'Senate meetmg J P,,, which will take Dla! ,
The other lectures and their
will be pre- HatA cf nrititin an, r,.v iq
sented April 29, 30 and May 1 at -will ih Mmct i, Tr.l
the Nebraska Theater.
jFuchs and Marian Brown, Pauls -Her father didn't have a
France?"; Feb. 26 "Is Britain an
is the Organization and Purpose of
the Schumann Plan?"; March 12,
"What is the Organization and Pur
pose of NATO?"; March 19, "Is it
Realistic to Assist in the Devel-
iOnment of T'rr!pvf!nTVH As'f
li- ",.1XrKrL."r-t r March 26. -What are Realities
rrt tw..V"1 toe Which We Have to
cert wij continue through- s
Advance ticket sales to
t "3279 Dance Street with Fred . " . torisim. Th meetirs is oaen to m tEin on Feb- 21
i t- k r-: Dick Gary is the Councils out-,1?"1-. ine rrseeung is open 10
M.fi4n.i.u -k ? : j - - . tne student body. ruiai
w,th Al Kenyon. .. 71 Other comminee findings 1 will Big
An aa-new siaii guues ue i " She consiiered at the meeting. State University
Terns at KXLS this semester. Jotm The Councus prunary purpose t. rvibert will lead a dis-play in the National Collegiate
Barrett is station manager; George ; is to co-ordinate the activities cl q- oroblem of schol-Bridge tournament which will be
the various student religious or-.-.,, h m..-i
Stucents may obtain tickets at uled for 7:15 p.m. in Love library
both the Ag and City I-mens fori Auditorium.
Nancarrow is production director..
Lorraine CoryeU has taken over
as continuity director; Lloyd
Graff, as Dews director; and Roger
Sftiimm as snorts director. Al Ka-
zelwood is chief announcer and. World Friendship Picnic in
Jim Crump is chiei engineer. spring.
ganizauons. n co-operates tuse:yj.
with Search Week activities. In
the fall it sponsors a World;
Friendshio Dinner and plans a
Afeiv Poly Sci Med fcie
WORDS OF WISDOM America: The Waring Concert is another r I r-I .L i- n
the only country where you can Union presentation. Previous at-;.f,ni lwo 1 yleer
ersziy riyir v.iuo win
a meeting Thursday at 1-J2Q
let. First Drama Quartet. First P-m.
Piano Quartet, Longine Sym- All members are urged to al-
I thought my heart would surely ivaucrhn X'nnmo -ith th. ranwl KaiH It iri:i he heM in the Stu-
"' Caravan. ident Union, Room Z.
o wiuuj uiu li peak
fine omy counrry wnere you can; union presentation. Frevnous at-i .
Inal winners win attend the go from a plain cabin to a cabin' tractions presented by the Union' Univ
: Seven conference at Kansas plane in one generation. . have included Sadler Wells Bal- bold a
te University and will aisoj . ... . " let. First Drama Quartet. First Dm.
Last night I held a little hand
So dainty and so sweet.
Air Age Exhibit
I Dr. Adam C. Breckenridge, for
Imer associate professor of Poli
tical Science, has been named
jhead cf the University Political
ww,MwmiMwnmi t saenw cepamiieni upun use
j leave of absence of Dr. Lane W.
f Lancaster, chairman of the de-
: partment since 1 S3S.
" Dr. Breckenridge joined the
University staff in 1346 and was
appointed associate bead in 1950.
During the years 1951-52 he
served as a lieutenant commander
i in the office of Chief of Haval
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Operatiotut. in Washington. D. C.
He returned to the University last
September after this leave of ab
Dr. Lancaster will continue at
Cawior Lined Star
Dr. Lancaster Dr. Breckenridge
No other hand in all the world
Can greater solace bring
Than the pretty hand I held last
j Four Aces and a King!
Activities man; "Now here's one
name oh the committee that I
'never heard of."
-1 Vice-Pi-esident: "Oh, t h a t's
probably the person who actually
" does the work."
S A miss in the car is worth two
i in the engine.
bocaai worker: "Ana what is
you name, my good man?"
EDUCATION' PERIOD . . . George MaL Lincoln Ilijrh School
Janlor. exptains the portio f the display U Lee Iliegel and Join
CarlMB, Uoiveraity students. (Daily Nebraskaa Phote by Del
Social worker "Oh, but that's
not your real name."
Convict: "Naw, that's only my
The weatherman says te
leave year for coat and to
continue taking cold pills, for
Wednesday's temperature win
net re much above 38.
During a tennis tournament a
fellow sat down beside a girL
"Whose game?" he asked.
T am,'- she said. t
Joe: "Row'd you like your date
last rngnt?" t
Mortar Boards Hold
KtoenjCharter Day Lunch
to complete work on the third Alumae and active members of
volume of "Master of Political Mortar Board held a University
: Thought." (Charter Day luncheon at the
s Two volumes in this series have 'Union, Saturday, Feb. 7 at 1 pjn.
been written and previously pub- The committee making the ar-
ushed. The authors are Michael rangemen is consisted of Mrs.
Foster of Christ College, Oxford,, Waiter Ernst, chairman; Mrs. Jack
England and W. T. Jones of Pa-' Ylaid, Mrs. William Hein, and
roona College in California. Dr.; Mrs. William Chamber lin.
i Lancaster's book will begin with: Speakers for the honored classes
I writings on John Stuart Mills and were: Mrs. Earl CorvelL Mrs.
I will complete the study on po-j Virgil A. Johson. Miss Maragaret Pete: "Fine, she said sS'. was an
litical theory. He eriwfs the Cheuvront, and Miss Sy via old-fashioned girl and sh'- dranki hf-r are Neala OI!l. presideBt, (left) and
COSEiflSSION MEMBEU . . . FreshmaB A Jan Ackermaa J:ti
the YTICA by signing for TWCA commission trop.' At, ' :'i"ag
Lleaoor i kelenar.
i ; i.
book to be public IKrasne. 'a dozen of 'em to prove it" 1 (Daily Nebraskan Photo by Del Bardhatr.)
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