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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1953)
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Voic of o Great Midwestern Unfrwiiff
VOL 52 No. 87
Wednesday, February 25, 1953
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Nebraska College Students To Observe
State Government Action Thursday
"Meet Your Legislature Day" is ways in which we may act as re
being held for all interestetd col- sponsible citizens,
lege students in Nebraska Thurs- students, who would like to
aay irom o a.m. iu o pan. participate, can register in the
The committee on effective ast senate chamber in the CaD
citizenship of the Nebraska dis-iitoi from 8 a nx t0 8;30 a m Tj,e
trict student iwui-iba registration fee is 50 cents for the
sponsoring "Meet our Legisla- fuU day and 25 Knb for of
wre way. me day.
VarfC fvt nt clarify VePonsibUity in Political Action."
political lifeand to clarify the hing to attend the
uanquti ihuh inane reservation
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SIX MOST "ELIGIBIES" . . . Presented at Coed Follies Monday night as Eligible bachelors are
(left to right): Bob Warner or Lincoln, Dave Noble of Omaha, Jerry M in nick of Cambridge, Rocky
JPP of Manhattan. Kan., Bill Adams of West Point and Jim Cederdahl of Lincoln.
tl.WW !in advance
IllVIVy fat Will 1 The schedule for Thursday is
I as follows?
j At 8:15 the opening session in
the Capitol building "How the
Legislature Operates; from 9-12
a.m. a session of the legislature
in the capitol building; from 12
1:30 p.m. a luncheon and a speech
V HT TT-w A tit ita
The annual Navy BalT assistant lo Gov fa the
by the Nebraska NROTC Uu Ljncom ywCA; from 1:30-3 p.m.!
win take place March 21 m the hearing on proposed
Military and Naval Science Build-j, in toe caKpitol building;
uui w '7Yi:t". and from 3-6 p.m, panels and
bps and his orchestra will furnish discussjons on various phases of
the music (state government, pressure groups,!
The highlight of the ball will be legislative action, etc Leaders;
the crowning of the Queen of the -.u i-nrlnAe stst senators, lob-i
For All Seniors .
it happened at nu
All stodent who expect to receive associate, bacca
laureate, advanced degrees or any teaching certificate
at the end of the current semester are reminded to
apply for these degrees at the Senior Checking Office,
Koom 9, Administration Building by March 1. Office
hours are 9 a.m, to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and
9 a.m. to lz noon on Saturday.
fe Meats lab To Display
Miniaiure Packing Plan!
By D WIGHT JTTADT
The latest in research and
byists, executive department of- leaching aids will be available to
teries and dormitories. Also on
the first floor is an office room
with showers, lavatories and
dressing facilities for the instruc-
Coeds who meet the require-if;.ia)!. arij rirofessors in the First !Ae students unon the comDletioni,ors-
ments for participation in extn-. Christian Church. Professor A. T. of the new meats laboratory on A freight elevator for the three
curricula activities are eligible for Anderson will speak from 6:30 to the Ag College campus. floors gives easy access to the
Pi Phis Take
Delta Gamma for the second
year in a row and Pi Beta Phi
took top honors at the 1953 Coed
The DG skit. "Hannah and the
King of Siam," won first place
in the skit division and a meet
ing of the "United Schootions'
won the curtain act competition
ror the Pi Phis.
Nancy Kiely did a "Bird of
Paradise" dance to win first place
in the traveler acts.
Kappa Kappa Gamma also for
the second year in a row placed
second and Alpha Xi Delta third
m the skit competition, while
Kappa Delta took second in the
Hannah the traditional DG
all her feminine tricks to
The LUily Nebraskan office
is the scene of many strange and used
wonderful happenings. But one talk the King of Siam into stay
of the strangest involved the'ing right here at the University
familiar sight of two sorority. even though the Follies theme this
pledges, reporters of The Ne
braskan, In deep consultation
year was Hit the Road.
The Kappas, meanwhile,
V . . . . V 'V -3: .
Courtrw IJncoia SW
TN'C ... Sevealed Monday
night at Coed Follies as Typical
Nebraska Coed was Connia
Clark. Miss Clark is a junior
in Home Economics.
the Navy Wueen. nciures oi en- 8 pjJL ia Tjucoin YWCA.
Tries njui jc suuuiiiicu w
Devrics, chairman of the queen!
committee, not later than March KTrimoH
Voting for the six finalists will D I U O U IXQlTlcQ
take place March 13 between 8 I
and 12 a.m. The Navy Queen will hfinrA A fixncrsr
be selected from the six finalists J Ui I tC MUVI5UI
during the Navy BalL mmmm m
Chairman of commi11ees for the tt Vrtnil
ball are Allen Michelet. peneral I wl IX IV WliWW
The meats staff expects to move
into the building as soon as the
remainder of the equipment for
the brick structure is installed.
The building which has two
stories in addition to a high base
ment, is L shaped, with a length
of 110 feet and width of 80 feet;
The building's facilities are'
much the same as found at a
In the basement there is a
smokehouse, smoke generator
room and a room for sawdust
storage. Four service coolers, in-
macninery and another for dry
storage Fou service coolers, in
cluding one which will be used
as a curing cellar are housed in
chairman in charge: Lester RJ T5ia,Wi has been modern packing plant only on a ' lne cy-proaucxs laooraiory will
Perry, decorations; A. P. Boris,! " . .rl'smaller scale. On the first floor 1be.ul for pumping curing mate-
wnn w rosters international showed .a traveling Daily Ne
Dicfaonary. braskan feature writer that things
iw twos iuppm pages nan- were not too nice on desert is
3j,y" . .. , ... A lands because coeds only have
t Tm sure it's spelled with two MtUe cannibal men." Both the
rs, one insisted. I feature writer and the wandering
nt eouldnt be!" the otter, coeds decided to return to Ne-
yelled in the quiet manner of braska men.
ivThr1 vti.t imnKi. The Alpha Xi's had a lesson in
weeeUbLw ta Ctat Get a Man with
rhorn "Unir da von nH a Kram-
sorority?" The KD's performed an Indian
act -By the Shores or Ellen,
Connie Clark, who was pre
sented as Typical Nebraska Coed
at Monday night's performance, I
appeared Tuesday. Bill Adams,
Jerry Minnick, Jim Cederdahl.'
Dave Noble, Bob Wagner andj
Rocky Yapp were announced
Monday as the Most Eligible'
n-.-v.l J .1 i rr- ta uuc-.i wu yn.-
University Women, Lincoln " 1 " "" Tuesday evening by the Family
Branch, if offering a scholarship T . . ., . Semce Association.
to a University girl with a high' M?e 11151 year Arai The FSA a Community cuest
o-Mcti. rn iFoiiies has been open to the pub-iAppncv. co-ordinated with the
flic. Previously the Associated Universitv's School of Social
March 1 Date
The American Association of
"Where Do We Go From Here,"
ia one-act piay, was preseniea
nd; ,f' Til3el P"bli f kosmet Klub spring show. -Any-
Edgar PoUum, refreshments. All
are members of the Battalion Rec
Name May Change w
She will assist Director Bar
Mrs. Bladon received her Bach-
there is a receiving room which ;rial in.to meats, making sausage.
is at truck height. Stock may also ,renoeras a ana canning. Men's
be driven into a small pen. A
scale and a cumber of individual
receiving pens for holding the
animals are available. Included
erce at Texas State College for room 15 a
The killing room floor is two
stories high. Balconies are pro-
locker rooms, showers and lava
tones are located in the base
ment as well.
r t, I lie Previously the
who expects to graduate in June!Women Students Board show has Works, presented the play as a
or August of 1954, 1955. or 1956,
part of their 62 Annual Meeting,
vided for visitors. There are three
i omen. She performed with a
concert dance group while in
A bill to change the name of school. j
fhe Colleee of EncineerinE to the I
College Of Engineering and Arch-1 Harriette Gray Dance Group. She ughlermg beds and a hog
iterture was oonsidered by the.has been n the physical educa-ldressm including a scald
stale Legislature. I OTl pasl 4 years and has ! f . tub. d,."ni fF-
order to give recognition to the; Klub shows. I15 a cleaning room where movable, e cniveratrs snare in the
College of Architecture and to The spring show will be di- equipment can be cleaned and - Dunning levy,
the personnel ol that college, frerted bv Frark Bock. J o h n 'stenhzed. Vtll r I i
The original statute involving jTolch will serve as technical di- A cooler with two freezers are VJIJ RlllfrfnrC
military, naval and air science at'rt.nr ; available for keeping meal 1 W UWIIUCI O
the University was also revised j The show wiH be presented! Tlle 'eH lighted cutting floor
by the legislature. The purpose a nril 29 ?.Q and Mt 1 at the : with raised seats and a full
A larger laboratory on the sec-!
ond floor will be equiptd fori
chemical, bacteriological and his-
WWfc,JVt AULflJCIT lUUUi I - - j
contains a cooking laboratory f nf RpSr-
where wf an-ti nn mt mml Th Registrar's
tion will be conducted. The lec
ture room has a Keating capacity
of 65. j
Funds for the bufldiiie came
and who can show evidence of. This year, however, arrange- in Love Library.
financial need, is eligible to apply ments were made to hold the show The proiesaonai roies oi me
nt'D mgais ana open u to ue puo-sianiu; casewuncr, ujc
lic Both nights were sell-outs, jcian and the psychiatrist were
Tuesday night the Mortar Boards played by Mrs. Ada S. West over,
presented their annual Follies caseworker superv isor at Family
skit. Comnlicstions am wnt- Service. Dr. Paul Bancroft, and
Application blanks may be se
cured at the University of Ne
braska office of the Dean of Wo
men in Ellen Smith Hall in the
University of Nebraska home
economics of See at the College ing the senior women's honorary "f- Janet ramer, respecuveiy.
rrom mvine me skiz mohost. t .i...... -
have written permission to send
the girl's grades to the Scholar
ship Committee. j
Two letters of recommendation,1
one is from a faculty member, pi Phi curtain art
ft,- ifno. i ' , by Mrs. John Wenstrand, and the
The Mortar Board act was not: . u .
entered in tbe competition. det md Mrl irene Krununann,
Barbara Dillman directed the secretaries at Family Service,
winning Delta Gamma skit and i The olar presented some of fhe
Nora Devoe was in charge of the problems facing modern families
in relation to the solution or wese
of such revision was lo bring sec-; Nebraska Theater.
lions, which are now obsolete an
wording up to date. The action
did not im'olve changing the law
in any way except for clarifica
tion of the law which now exists.
Though most gals try to diet
It always seems my fate
The ones I take to dinner
Want lo put on -weight
demonstration rail contains a seat
ing capacity for 0 to 9fl per-
Facilities will be made avail-j
able in one room to assemble Univenrirv KuIIAtb rin
orders for the University's cafe- reBr members Wednesday at th
41st St, Lincoln, Ne-
P if fCil
vi A M
Set Wednesday !AF Students
To Hear Jet
a t 8 i i jii i
uiui fcuonuiiea oj toe auuii- in,, . j: j i vi 1
S vf rviewed Xancee Peler50n End Pat Loder.lsuch as the Famfly Service As
tJ?J? Z: teis Anderson was sldtmaster forlsociations. At the close of the play
X l?-rSZZ. r v Alpha Xi act- the audience participated in a
the' question and answer period, con-
jceming other family problems.
must be sent on or before March!
Marilyn Lehr directed
6. 1953 to Miss Mary Muhw. Kappa Delta curtain act
By TOM WOODHTTAID
"The University was unfortun
ate not to obtain the Fitzpatrick
collection of the works of Lin
naeus or Linne) when it was of
Zered for the price of $3,000
Dr. E. J. Pool made this state
ment in a personal interview on
Tuesday, Feb. 14. Dr. Pool, re
tired professor of Botany at the
University, went on lo add that
considerable effort had been made
over the years io obtain the collec
tion but the results bad not met
Dr. fool said that be doubted
Sf the University ever could have
acquired the books at a lair price
as long as Professor Fitzpatrick
He said that a committee bad
made "'informal" attempts many
years ago to acquire the .collection
for the University, but the efforts
Several 3'ears later. Fitzpatrick
effered the ILinnaean to the Uni
versity at the price i($3,000) the
committee bad originally offered,
"At that later time, there were
no University funds available to
be lused in making the purchase,
so the offer was .declined by Uni
versity officials,'" Dr. Pool con
tinued. "Wifh Mr. ritzpalricVs death, the
entire collection, as part of bis
ertate, . was dirposed of through
the administrating officer.
The yitznatrick collection f
The winner of the Monday trav
eler act the Beauty Shopped
Quartet made a special perform
ance Tuesday. Mary Lou BiermanJ
Kathleen Wilson, Pat Felger
Schmidt and Jo Sorenson formed
the quartet j
Pharmacy Meeting !
Slated For May 3-5 j
membership. Ag campus tours and jpflot, o, conduct informal talks of district 5. Boards and Colleges
r - . - r . fwitn unjversiry aavancea Ar ci raarmacy will be the Hotel
Ccamrcornmitopento Hoxc llarrh 2-4 mrnhusker in Lincoln. i
workers are special edition, aa-lxuvrm r.m n.-.r-m vi iu-o t j , , i
first mass meeting cf second se
mester. Builders Board, assistants,'
and workers will meet at 7 pjn.:
in parlors X and Y cf the Union,
comminees open lor new in-ct TSmimmam rniri Tr.,.
members are publiciry. sales and 'out, veteran Korean War 'jet
membership, campus tours, par
ties and conventions. Scarlet and
Cream, First Glance, calendar,,
; office manager, publicity and art
Eldon Park. Builders president.
Teachout who has beenitbat the
awarded the Air MedaL Korean May 3-5.
meeting will bi held
The organization was started on
March 18, 1891, largely through
the efforts of Dr. Amos G. Warner,
Associate Professor of Economics
at the University who was later
selected by President Harrison as
the first Superintendent of Char
ities f or the District of Columbia.
The agency's first came was the
Lincoln Charity Organization So
ciety, and in 1945 was given the
name cf Family Service Associa
tion of Lincoln.
The agency has been interested
tiOiel i ...;4 r V. .i
Juvenile Court, adult probation
and mothers pension.
The agency encouraged and
supported many city health pro
grams including: visiting curse
Service Medal and the UK Ser- The Boards of Pharmarv Evsm-,JU"A ."l1""1
vice Bibbon. wfll discuss bis ex- iner and th Wirm K .WJ?'?,ro." program.
" J wmiuv B : T n TrnB mvnTQI A irtM n orftilt
ing a builder to attend this meet
will be represented. Dean Burt re
ported an eicpected 69 to 5 rep
resentatives for the meeting.
JLean Burt is chairman cf the
urges anyopemterdMl5ecoin-ias a offiecr! advantages ! Iowa. Minaesola mrA TJebraS
in an Air force career, nis Kor
ean experiences, and other sub
jects related to flying.
The AF BOTC department said,;
in order to stimulate flying train
ing interest among AF BOTC
graduates, which was low last
year, young pilots with Korean
Air War erpeience, such as
Teachout win visit some 200 de
tachments located throughout the
united Sates, Hawaii, and Pureo
Court wv hmfatr .loumifl and fim
GIFT 1TFWED ... Dr. R. X. Fa4 Jleftl. former bead ft the Lim
verBity btscy Aepartmart. Mrs. roJ and Dr. It, Winnelt Orr ts
pel raws bwits were a IfEl tfsft to tre Memorial U-
brary. The tutvks were prenevlei try Dr. Orr.
and vegetable kingdom.
"Manv of the books were find
books and inaitUBcripts was sold editions and all of them were
to Frank Glenn, Karma City book
dealer, lur DS,0U0. The entire
collection included nearly all of
the works 4 linnoeus and many
pr-L3nnaen works of great im
portance that the University bad
been making attempts to purchase.
The books written by linnaeus
are about 200 years old. In the
collection Linnaeus gives bis rys
lem of classifying lb knowledge
of natural sciences then known to
man. The best known books on
botartr .are titled -"Systems J1-
turae," written in 3725.; -Tliilos-ouhia
Botanica,'' written in 3 751:
originals as taken from the LiB-
naeus oompoBition," !Dr. row said.
By BILL DETEZES
"Anybody hurt an the wreck?"
An IS. U- student I think.
"1 think it was bis heart He sat
down, by a leaking suitcase and
WOEDS OF WISDOM? A pessi
mist is a man wbo feels tliat all
women are bad an c$taust
May 1 print a kins on your Jlpe?.
be asked. 1
She nodded her sweet permis
So they went lo prees, and I
rather guess. j
They printed a large edition. !
The weather snaa aa't to
sure last w hat the weber ,
wnl4 be tomorrcrw but there Is
the UkeBess thai the aaercvry !
riH Cam a9Bg with seme snow.
and a trachoma clinic
The work of the agency has now
turned its attention to case work,
in an effort to prevent further
breakdown and promote the sta
bility of individuals and families.
meeting and Mrs. Ella Meyer of j Such services are effered to peo
Germg is chairman cf the Boards pie regardless of their race, creed,
of Pharmacy Examiners. f social or financial standing.
C. P. Peferson Given
Top Builder's Awar
Chril Service Positions
AvclJcbfa To Drerfft:mn
The U. S. Cvil Service Com- Tttra Aunrl DmammIaJ
mission has announced examina-1w ww. , nnuiu IIOCUICU
By Universify Alumni Group
C Petrus Peterson, attorner and! scion f Atw rf r-
former state legislator will beiance Convention.
"I have used many of Hie illus
trations found in the collection in
my own test books, with Proles-1 jrienl lo bis btfiside,
eor fitzpatrick s permissjon. iicited txora him a promise to see
lions for engineering and statis-
tical draftsmen. $
The positions which cay tromi
12,759 to $69 per rear are to!
be ffiHei in Washington. D. CL: presented with
1 . ji-f ji At . n ' m m. j I -n.ri a m a j . .
Aauu.wja ana Aruroon txunry, zvuiUKi Awaro si me annual 'TghrscVa TWisTm-n. 4 :
Vsr&mz; Montomery and Prince Charter Day dinner Friday. I to SndafdS
George counties in Maryland. The Jfebraska alumnus said he 5 tbTaZrS f toWH?3
r wu- w n was -surprises! ana pieasea wnen now n-esidepf ni th jSHnnii
he was told of the award. "It is
a very fine thing to receive, he
plicanfs work must be Included
wiin his application. They must
be cb sheets cf paper by
inches and have fhe came, address
and birth dale tt the ernn tj1:
. i.. a statement above fhe his sirna-
businessman lay dying, summoned iS. r8' done ,
As past vice president and chair
man tif th VtfisrA f Tri9mssm! A
re3tuu, puwuLuxwu ia uac n in council f Slate Governments
and national reclamation scUv-jsni a present member of that
ities, was chosen as the recipient'.' board, he played an active part
cf the award because cf his out- in t&e study of Xisoari River
standing contributions to the wel-; Basin development
lie anea as 100a aoniinistrator
"The books were pruned on "age- jiovzmiij ivem- tn mortal remains be cre- tmointani vran irmRt A graduate cf the Unlversily for Lencarter County during
leM." rag paper and were bound an jthe pliotof raph s sac so they couM msted. The friend agreed, but f,T Law College In 1W, Peterson j World War L is past president of
vellum or sheep skin. Most of be used in. modem books. DrJud cautiously and with deep ,1 Tprat 13 "P.serred three terms ia the lie-the Lincoln Chamber of Com-
IJLIC ' ' ' "'t-nu vwim " -y
Tin-trick collection were printed in ..of the ether books in the Fitz-
Amsterdam. BoHand and Stock
bobn, Sweden," be added.
Dr. Pool motea mat xne dooks
Patrick collection had furnished
for various publicEtions in botany.
'rev.erence: And what would TljrmVuimt miUi braska legitilature before it be- merce, and presidest of the board
t,. v- Me CTOia tsne cavi 1serv3.ee
imr " 1 -iCornnaiaEion, 'W'aEhinrton 25. D. C
an. Tou 11 place theaa in n y" w .
Dr. Pool said Mr. . Fitzpatrick LpnveloDe addressed to the Coec-'1
were of primary value for me by had acquired the books during his ci Internal Revenue, and tell fwwVA r cny WOUCUS
Miirum,- written no formal traming in 'the
r.ificutions are in xne ilhub
wnrti and graduate students or. 1 extensive, lile-lone florts. Heiim that now lie Sua exterr-
those .doing some type of research ' got many cf the books scnply by thing".
work. -"Though written in Latin,: going through book stores and
the books would be of great help Icatalogs wbidki specialized in Did 1 wouldn't worry modi about,
t . twrstm whe has badibooks. I that dame Sf I were you, the
cam a uijcaxneral and ha served of truEtees cf the Firrt-P2yinotitli
Policies To Be Discussed
four terms sin then. Ee was
rpeaker cf the Unicameral Legis
lature in, 145.
The lincoln attorney Is a mem.
Peterson served as city attorney
from WIS to is past presi
dent cf the Ict-ernationai Fro-
ThRP liookK were WTitteB In
Latin and contained the know
ledge of the (natural sciences to
tliree clauBifications then known;
gniTTnii kiniidom, mineral kingdom
her cf the liebraska Committee .ionzl Men's Inrtltsrte tmd cf
WJzi blocks will be discussed at
Sh Kliraska Vr:',v"rr.:fv fio-.m':'
Dr. Po(J erpreEsed the hope feat 'college student cransoled Ms friend.' of World Affairs Tbureds-r. TZ'j
the University would yet be aide -Kemember wbien a w,oman ssys'pjn. in Parlor X in the Union.
to acquire the coHectioa or part "?Vo she means -TMLsybe. And tfi A3 delegates of the spririgewn
of it. He said the books would be she snrs 'Ksybe she means ferenee and 2STUCWA members
of j-jeat Tfclue as part of the Eio-' "1 know " replied the other J should attend the meetine. ac-
logical Library ana tae l n.-veriuty1 out wnat coes ne mean wner. eorcitg to Joan Xruegsr, presa-.
'on TxsSxr-Govanaaeslil Go-cpf1 onf nd Ctetigbters, n4
fa 'tion and cast chairman cf lb iezal j 3 ISason.
Policies of the party cacuses in 4. pst jsj ct j
w'hether the lesct is written is
English or Japanese.
w ino sioid that ffliere are no
Englich transilations .of the Lin- collection of important books. she Just ssys Tooey?'
s ji 1 .f .
' iarr'ef f1kS4" '" T t. V -v-r w
V- t.T- SSWMi.M -V'W W.J'UatofcAiP
start making pastes at me after the 1st Eufus VL Eowsrd cf lin
a Lalf-lQz.en drinks" coto: E. li. Wiiiis cf Bridgeport;
Ek -Wtafi thasDcM a h o n t Ut Ite faul tt C-ruraa cf
. Orriib-a; the Isle DelmsT Aro.erca
be: 'TTartlcg v drinks." :. iCtbraika City.
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