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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
NU Band Director
Wednesday, March U, 1953
Dr. Dana Farnsworth. medic! I The Colleec Health Day Con-' "Understanding and Hecogni
director of Massachusetts Institute vocation is part of a Mental Health : tion of Emotional Problems," will
of Technology, will address the Institute that will be conducted i be the subject of the morning
College Health Day Convocation at the University, March 20 and panel of the second day, March
at 11 a.m. Friday. March 20. 121. The Institute, first of its kind 21. Dr. Brill will be moderator.
The lecture topic will be "What.01 campus, will launch the ex
Is Mental Health in a Univer-1 Pandod mental health program at
sity?" Dr. Farnsworth is a lec-!lhe University,
turer t medicine et Harvard! Dr- Wlllm Br,m cf Ncw
Univemty and constat in Psv- lork hflS recently been p
chiauy at the U. & Naval Ho's-' Pointed a full-time psychiatrist to
pital, Chelsea, Mass.
the mental health program
In the afternoon of March1 20
a panel will discuss the meaning
of mental health, its needs, present
development and recent advance
ment. The panel members will
be Dr. Farnsworth: Dr. Brill;
Chancellor R. G. Gustavson of the
University; Dr. La Vera C Strough,
associate in neurology and psy
chiatry and Dr. Cecil Wittsen,
professor of neurology and psychiatry.
Library Display Offers Three
Methods For Locating Books
By MARIANNE HANSEN '
"There's no place like home,"
they say well, there's no place
like a girls' dorm, either.
The dorm is a marvelous insti
tution. Where else could 367 girls read book, "'The League of Na-
uc jorcea 10 snare iu xeicpnonesr
Or jam their volumonous ward
robes into closets the size of pos
tage stamps? Or equip each room
like a miniature grocery store?
Study hours in the dorm arc
strictly enforced the place is like
a tomb every weekday evening
until 11 p.m. Then radios snap on,
shrill voices warble in the show
ers, and there is a frantic rush to
finish studying before 11:30, when
In the afternoon, a panel will
consider "Counseling in College."
with Dr. Farnsworth as modera
tor. The panel participants, are
University faculty members. They
are: Dr. Arthur Hitchcock, direc
tor of the junior division; J.
Philip Colbert, dean of student
affairs; Dr. Brill; Dr. Marshall
Jones, professor of psychology; Dr.
Jack Stemper of student heaHh
center and Roy Green, dean of the
College of Engineering and Archi-ture.
The Institute is being sponsored
by the University's Health Serv
ice. Psychiatric Institute, Exten
sion Division and Research Coun
How do you find a book in the
vou have an assignment to
Set Bv Frost
tions Movement in Great Brit
ain." by Henry Winkler. In the
card catalog on the second floor
of Love Library is an alphabeti
cal card list of all the books in
the libraries of the University. :
By looking under Winkler, the
title or the subject of the book,
you find the call number (341.12
W7281). This number is the key
to the location of the book.
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Careful Plans Made
Bv Lentz, Students
By DICK COFFEY
Tt lakes nearly. 100 letters
term in ed by the University pub
0i One of the last problems for
make arrangemenl for 80 stu-i e programs and
dents to make a three day trip or
,OUO miles. Jnrinted for the eoneerla anrf
This is true for University band sUt pubUcity handled by nub-
students who plan to take their
annual spring tour to 5cottsDJuii,
lie relations officials.
Selections for the afternoon and
Mar. 16; Chadron, Mar. 17; ndievenin- concerts are;
LONG REHEARSALS . . , The University ROTC Mmpnonie nana
shown in one of its many hoara f rehearsal and hard work con
ducted by Don Lents.
Comic's Wrist Radios
Appear On NU Campus
By NATALIE KATT
"'Two-way wrist radios" are no
longer a mere invention of the
Static is another bslacle to us
ing transistors in radio broadcasts.
Donald C Moore, assistant profes
sor of physics, pointed out that
transistor-amplified broadcasts on
..m rftine nMil4 J1 J - . . 1 . .
w , j "iZri lihign rrequency, xnus preseming sch0ols.
device now being developed in , th sgme pToh)tm found ln teieJ raost important
laboratories, are made possible U , broadcasts. Lrrnrnt t
A new display has been de-,' V ""7 " Equipment like wrist-radios or;route oi the tour, which is de
signed to aid students who havei iminute walkie-talkies 'using the
Alliance, Mar. 18.
Don Lentz. director of Univer
sity bands, said official planning
for the tour began immediately
following the football season.
Lentz and a committee consist
ing of Jack Wells, Richard Garret
son, Stan Shumway, John McSl
haney,' Charles Klasek and Kath
ryn Radakcr are in charge of
making arrangements for the tour.
These arrangements include se
curing buses, sponsors, schedules
for the tour, choosing traveling
personnel, and publicity.
Two buses ana one station
wagon are used to transport per
sonnel, uniforms and instruments.
School superintendents. Rotary
Clubs, Chambers of Commerce,
and other service organizations
are contacted in these cities to
make arrangements for lodging
Band members are lodged and
difficulty in using the card cata-l . The University, through don-1 transistor would be of small value VA ImUmmai . .
log. This display offers a quick tions. has acquired two types of in many fi8S, pr0f, M&re ex- I VV lnT6rVIGWS
onfl cimnlA TnMhftH frtr lnrninp transistors Within trie last Six Li.:.aj KAnnnt iH 4riincm4ceirm
lights must be out. Prowling Twiin. fnr" cii fr hA clua Cnnilfir
w. y.;: tidook. imfcu.-u iiou, c "' curvature and natural oDstacies. ,a w uwu v
m.. J;-i j ... o ilaboratorv nreDarations. . . , .
house mothers see that their little, showmanship contest and the coedj
chartres are tucked in bv the dead.' 1 :J: ... .i.. tm-.i.
line or send them packine to the'J ciiji; ct, m.:2! ljllows: in the first panel there are The electronic amplifier, begin
morgue to finish their studies. Of, rjuh nriripnt Wavne Frn:t three ards showing three ways, nag to move rrom jaDoratory to,eectronic course in the physics
Prof. Moore plans to inject dis
cussions for the transistor into an
course chronic stay-up-laters can
be encouraged to go to bed earlier
by the threat of a campus or two.
That dread word "campused"
all too frequently rears its ugly
head. The freshman bugaboo, the
sign-in sheet, is unfortunately
habitually easy to forget. Hence
several rooms sport crude signs
addressed to their occupants
Stgn in, stu!" And then there is
always the girl who gets in a min-
ute too late at least her date
problem for the next Friday night
The lunchline spelled with a
capital L for line is a particu
larly good place to catch up on
Air Vane" by Pryor. Th
Moldau" by Smetana, -Soirees
Mysicales" by Britten, "Atlantic
Zephyrs" by Simons, '"Caribbean.
Fantasy" by Morrissey, "Toccata.
Marziale" by Vaughan Williams,
"The Sicilian Vespers' by Verdi.
"Siegfried's Rhine Journey" by
Wagner, and -Suite Francaise" by
Deadline July 1
The annual examination for
class 6 foreign service officer ap
pointments will be held Septem
ber 14-17, 1951
The examination will be givea
in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cin
cinnati, Dallas, Denver, Detroit;
Honolulu, Los Angeles, New Or
leans, New York, Philadelphia, St.
Louis, St. Paul, Salt Lake City,
San Francisco, San Juan, Puerto
Rico, Seattle, Washington, D. C,
ana at American oiplomatic posts
and consulates overseas.
Candidates must be at least 29
and under 31 years of age as of
July 1, 1953, a citizen of the U. S,
for at least 10 years, and, if mar
ried, married to an American citi
zen. The exams will be written.
rra.. i " i - . -- . "r-aeijaruiipni nexi seniona. iiu iTt,,l .t., j 4 - j
xne coniesis mai are open in.-nrn1 ratalnrr- hv anthnr. hv t tie the vacuum tube in commercial i .;ni .v. 1 j.iciuuw!., iiirawieu m o1 . v,
the showmanship classes are thel-nd bV subiecL 'areas I a . k- - lT iTPnttsamtl work in YWCA, wmrr" - .
j v, tu. uri n P" suDjeci. areas. of fered . since the device "was m-'v, inrvipw-fxi WorinAcriDir w The duties of foreign service
t Mr thSt In sond panel shows how to! The device acts the same way as vented. Mi KSST SreeS "SderSloai-todud negotiation with
beQa snt at the Univers ty m Tout aT"n for " book lated radio tubes but are -smaller and advantaces of the de- interested 1 will ST Interviewed 1orei& Ilicis Political rePrt-
Th. ,.w Z J.X rf '2 fbra7 firdu emphaS1zes can be bounced around," C W.Lice ovcr lhe vacuum tube are itsjThursday. ,mg: economic reporting in such
JLine ,ymPprs fea?h r Heithe use of a colored half-card foriRook, associate professor of elec- Viwer consumption speed ofl Miss Sneerc. renreqpntative fields 85 labor, finance, transpor-
?dSTt ? nd 10Ca-.ti0n f the engineering, explained. jansIissiorSme andaller !fro "fralDStloa, and communications; com-
Orand Champion bhowman and reading rooms. A call sllD com- Pmf Rinlr is r-nnrfnrtinp smnl -L:- vipi mfrriai rmratiTur nd Jrarti. urn.
th.f Rervo Showman for the:plete with call number, author tying experiments in a senior, T,riri s conduct the interviews in D-n'ination; agriculture reporting; is-
ll5L AJJ. course to iHustrate how the tr- SS&S' passports and visaf'ani
i t -t i i ilt i - .i -l i. - j Ji " :Trii niorr cTmc
sion "will be awarded individual
trophies and ribbons will be pre
sented for the first three places in
Livestock for the contest will be
furnished by the University.
Students wishing to sign up may
current gossip, glance at the rag do so by goi!r,g t0 room 202 Ani-
over the shoulder or the girl
ahead, or read those letters from
home. Speculation over what
lunch will be is always a good
mal Husbi -dry hall between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Coed Horse Riding contest en
tries may also sign up in room 202
books not located in one of the1,, tk ci, , ,,M;muitary services.
reading rooms. jiegg" pcw,cr so the 'batteries last n II r II
The third panel illustrates the;longer. 'J. V.. KUSSCll iQlKS
location oi a book in a branch Mass production is a major ob-
liorary, lor example the College stacle to commercializing the tran-
At Omaha Meeting
Jouette C Russell, United States
iime-Ki ier, ii you wereni one oiAnimar Husbandry hall. The
tne lortunate ones wno got mai :horses for the contest wm be pro.
from the folks or "the boy' atvided by Block and Bridle
horns. At night however, there isclub and wiU be available one
tio wtuung in line xou wan i week bef0re the contest.
the tables instead. And of course
it's always so much fun to be the, my ,
last table served and just starting! KlQQrl CJUOlO
your ham when the head tables
are finishing their dessert. At!p I Ik II I
least one acquires patience, if notQIgQQ "0 iM W
a iuu stomacn.
A mouse in the corner at dorm
meetings must get quite a style
review, as stylish misses in cold
cream, bobby pins, and p.J.s Tang'
Agriculture .uiDrary. ine sistor, but in the last five years
name of the branch library is j the amplifier has been utlized to
stamped aoove the can number
on the cataloe cards. In the same
panei is a nsi ; oi mese orancn itself and no wires outside theli"
libraries and their specific cam- unit jre icc .Livestock Confei-ence n Omaha ,,, u tv. iv. ! tt c rwt
j battery is contained in the unit , LH Appointments for inter
litcoif i ,,c r.; Krjual National Pasture-Forage' o , u
Sueh inhs s -rrrutiv rH-rrtnr development of cultural and in-
young adult director, teen-age di- formational programs. These posi
rector, health education director l0 draw salaries from $4,000 t
and student YWCA director are!?5,000 year
open to college graduates under! Applications are available at the
the community YW program. college placement office, or may
Miss Specie will speak on this, ooiamea oy writing to me in
subject at the city YWCA cabinet! vision of Recruitment, U. S. De-
m. Ipartment of State, Washington zs.
interviews D. C. They should be forwarded
The fourth panel contains an
analysis of the catalog card, what
to look for and what each item l. r .
signifies. TIUNi ureaiT I OUTS
As nart rf hie PAnprol oHur.D- ,
vn- iihr0T ctff hftnnp u i;""""" "1"c u.uvcibuy ua;sion ,of Nebraska and Iowa coop-
Several hundred Mid-"Wesl
farmers and livestockmen at
tended the conference in the Lave
Stock Exchange Building at the rs i
Union Stockyards. Keu V-fOSS OfOUDS
through Dean Colhert's office or! foreign service, U, S. Department
with the campus YWCA director, of State, Washington D. C, before
Janice Osburn, at Ellen Smith1 July L 1953.
Your library staff hopes that this
display wiu aid you
A representative of the US Air
tij j0i T,,,r.no iorce Air Weather Service will beiaucunB lectures ana exams m
Tt Zntsins wmm. inhu t the Union Thursday to answer of the three countries.
" - D r .l j: j.
The University blood donation
quota is now 100 pints of blood a
The figures of University do-
frnm cii't innir,ir nutfitc tn'nations this school year show 47
faded nightshirts parade down-IPs in August and September'
stairs An alert, nhserver micht auruig uecemoer i pints mu jcn-
nntive most of the residents sittine uary Pints-
Impatiently on the edge of their
chairs, eager to Teturn to their
rooms. Not to finish studying, but
A . MM 1 ...V. Kn lw
" 'rXu ',aH w th rPH forces. The Any June graduate who
Erine I ne blood from which gamma! successfully completed three and
-mu . v a v. v. globulin is extracted can be used j one-half years of a major in en
The policeman s headache, the; for transfusion by the armed! Sneering, mathematics, physics,
quadruple line-up of cars at night; jforces chemistrv, or other such special-
ZtA!BSu The" Bloodmobile Unit will be ties whi the Air Force may re
Tnrf ?tl hedache thelin Lincoln March 23-24 at the .re, may be eligible for a direct
and the freshman s headache, the .. ., . , t. commission in the Air Force Re-
locked room with both keys inside LC '" " toP tlirtw trpinin. .
where else but at the dorm?
Braniff International Air'avs.
'erated with the Agriculture Corn-
Given under the sponsorship of ,.,. Am,h rv,omw
the Department of History, the Commerce in sponsoring the con
trip will be made to Cuba Bndlference .
Panama. This particular history I Mr. Russell spoke on how to
course is designed to prote un- f arm with a Tnimmun, cf rainfaU.
aersianamg oi me cultural nacit
ground and patterns of Cuba and i l r CUtkmi T Cnanl
Panama and to analyze the U. S. Dr' L D therry To 5pQk
contacts with these countries.
A Drake University instructor
will administer the course, con-
The Red Cross Water Safety
Committee and Vet's Hospital
Committee will held meetings
Arlina Harte is the newly ap
pointed chairman of Water Safety.
This meeting will be held Thurs
day at 4 pro, in Room SOB, Union.
Miss Harte, a freshman, taught
Full brook To Talk
At Insurance Meet
Dr. L. D. Cherry. Lincoln heart ""Ti 10 Yr. rT
specialist, will speak on "Cardiac d,n. last4 semester. All students
Surgery- at a meeting of the Nu ? ?J? handicapped
nn i ttt i ii:niirwwi wr inp s- TirW) 1 nn acr
x; i j i. . Th r , ivj tu sij"jfi.v- weur csuav. -
newly discovered weapon to com- ?uf a The program will begin at 7:30 semester Water Safety members
bat paralysis in polio, and is also J " -f " "lner ?erlce- rr"" ?,' ro. in Love Library and Forium. attend the meeting, Miss
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De ?.4i.06 irom ues Moines to
Cuba and Panama for a two week
A three weeks1 tour to Cuba,
Panama, and Peru is $799.71.
Interested students should write
to the Director of Summer Ses
sions, Drake University,
Tn AAfPt Tlinrcrlnw
.w ...w.ww.M Ean S. Fullbrook, Dean of Col
lege of Business Administration
and professor of marketing at the
University, is taking part in a
program to promote closer co
ordination between colleges and
the institution of life insurance
in Hartford. Conn.
Dean Fullbrook and nine other
university officials from many
parts of the country will pre
sent their views on how life in
surance companies can give more
effective guidance in insurance
teaching on the college level.
This is the third annual Deans
5trppt , serve ior runner xrainmg as
Self-addressed post cards to wmeteoroioEisi .
meeting sponsored by the Life In-
A business meeting is also on theHarte said- surance Agency Management As-
agenda. Meyers, chairman of thejsocition, a research organization
v ei s Hospital uommmee saia tnis supportea toy Z37 lile msuranc
Hams Fr Cluh JWeef . i meeting would be held Thursday
: m.. ..-r, at 40 P-m. in the Red Cross of
i ne name idcubuiiuus uiaju wui fice
noia xneir regular meeung i nurs-
companies in the United States,
Canada, and thirteen foreign countries.
The dinner is being sponsored by
the Young Democrats, Senior
Democrat Central Committee and
sent to the Red Cross am avail- Applicants must be LS citizens lip Tn rftnt:Ja, C:l
able on the bulletin board in thed no older than 27. Reservists ftMur V.OnSiaer Mnai
Student Union. The Red Cross, of any other branch of the armed Constif Utional Chanaes
will then notify students what; forces may apply, provided that a i M
conaraonai release is ODtamecr American Associauon oi
from the present sen-ice. No cx- University Professors will meet
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., Union,
After a 2-month officer basic .Room 316.
At the meeting, the AAUP will
discuss final constitutional
Young Democrat's Meet
Scheduled For Thursday
The Young Democrats will meetjtime their appointments are
In the YMCA s Cornhusker room
Thin1, of r,i. Pt Phi Mus Alpha To Sponsor is vuired
The main purpose of this meet-i r After a 2-month
Ing will be to discuss plans for a Saturday Union Dance military course at Lackland Air
the Bryan Day dinner, March 19. p. , M' A1n,-.cinfT,i -mueir Force Base in Texas, the new of-
day at 5 p.m. in the Home Econ-
Des iomic s building parlor.
A report from the five coeds
who attended the Chicago meet
last weekend will be gix'en.
frntnrnitir it Knnnsorinff s fiance HCers
Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. in the
Union ballroom for attendants of
Jane Jefferson Democrat Women's ;the state high gchool basketball
Business also to be discussed is
the continuation of publishing
"The Young Democrat" and in
troducing the possibility for a
general revision of the constitution.
A fourteen-piece band, made up
of members of several Lincoln
bands, will furnish dance music
between the final games of the
Tickets are 60 cents each.
will receive additional
changes in regard to investigation
training at Air Force technical01 lhe loyalty of University m
schools. They may also be sent toiftructors and text books.
civilian institutions for certain
specialties or to Air Force research
and development laboratories for
Additional information may be
obtained from bulletin boards in
the Military and Naval Science
Engineers To Hear Laase
Prof. Leroy T. Laase, Speech
and Dramatic Art Department
chairman, will speak at a meet
ing of the American Institute f
Electrical Engineers Wednesday.
His topic for the evening will
be -"Parliamentary Proceedure."
The meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m., room 217, Ferguson HalL
Two Seniors In Journalism Eligible
For Seacrest Awards $500, $1000
WHEN YOU USE
Two scholarships one for $500,
the other for $1,000 are available
to students in the school of journ
alism planning to do advanced
Application will be received un
til noon Saturday, March 21. In
terviews for the scholarships will
be held about a week later.
The awnrds for advanced study
in journalism were established in
1842 by the Cooper Foundation in
honor of Joseph C. Seacrest, late Lienert, Northwestern, 1946; Neale
Offers Annual Award
Applications for the annual
scholarship sponsored by Delta
Kappa Gamma, professional edu
cation fraternity, are due March
Junior ,5oeds majoring in edu
cation ana planning to teach the
year following their graduation
are eligible to apply.
The applications are available
to the office of the dean of wo
men. Candidates are requested to
give written permission to the
refistrar's office for their grades
which will be sent to the award
Mrs. Lart Dales, Mrs. Carrie
King end Mrs. Alice Updegraft
are tin the awards committee.
Ai-llk'atUMiR mav hp Kint tn
J'.lrs. Alice Updegraft, 2212 South1
niihlichpr of th TJphraGlca State
Journal. Ten men and women
from the School of Journalism
have received the scholarships
since they were established.
The awards have been $500,
but starting with the 1953 schol
arship the amount has been raised
to $1,000. Normally there is one
such award each year, but the
1952 scholarship for $500 was not
used and has been carried over
to this year.
Invitations to apply and in
formation about the
scholarships have been
Copple, Northwestern and Mar
cella Slajchert, University of
Prague, 1947; George Miller, Ne
braska, 1948; Jack Botts, North
western, 1949; Leo Geier, Ne
braska, 1950; and Tom Rische,
University of California at Los
Open To Students
The fellowships are oeine of-
Searrpst ! f ered to men contemplating ca-
KPnt to reers in the general movement of
apninru in the firhnnl of Jnumal- tne i JV1.L..A.
ism. Selections will be made bv a . Henry B. Wright Fellow-
faculty committee of three ap-i ships for 3953-54 are offered by
panted by the Chancellor.
Previous winners and the
schools where, they took their ad
vanced study include:
Patricia Chamberlain, Colum
bia . and Marjorie
Northwestern. 1941 ;
the Yale University Divinity
School under a grant received
from the George I. Alden Trust.
Each fellowship will have a to
tal value of $700 to $1000. de-
Mengshol, pending upon the need of the re-
Holcomb, l:adcliffe and Robert
Prospective students should ap
ply to the Yale University Divin-
AAUP Tft Mt Jty School, 409 Prespect Street,
""Wr ,W !NM Haven 11 r.nnnprtiriit for
The American Association of j admission into the school and re-
meet , rnif.Rt.intf to hp ronKirlerprl at thp
same time for the fellowship. Ap
plication forms must be filed on
or before March 15. J
Anyone desiring further infor
mation should contact Sam Gib
son at the Y.M.CA.
University Professors . will
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room
316 of the Union.
The business of the meeting will
be the final consideration of a
substitute resolution concerning
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