The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 13, 1953, Image 1

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Catholic, Jewish and Protes
tant faiths will be represented
In a choral concert of religious
music Sunday at 4 p.m. in the
Union Ballroom.
The concert is sponsored by
the Search Week executive com
mittee in coordination with the
St. Mary's Cathedral Choir of
Lincoln, Cantor Hyman Siskin
of the Tifereth Israel Syna
gogue of Lincoln and the Uni
versity Singers.
The program, divided into
three parts, will contain music
from the Catholic Mass, the
Jewish Sabbath services and the
Protestant Church services.
Myron J. Roberts, instructor
of organ in the School of Mu
sic, will play Mendelssohn's
'Sonata in C Minor, Maestoso
and Adagio," and "Andante
from Sonata No. VI."
The St. Mary's Cathedral
Choir under the direction of
Catherine Gillespie will sing se
lections from the Mass: "Ave
Maria," by Jacques Arcadelt;
"Kyrie Elelson," (Lord, have
VOL 52 No. 97
Madrigals To Perform
For National Music Group
A University music group, The Madrigal Singers, has
been selected by the National Music Educators Conference
to perform for.5,000 music educators in Milwaukee, Wis., on
Sunday, April iy.
The invitation, according
Staff Writer
For years the bum slept under
bridges and in ditches. Then one
day he switched to culverts and
became a man of distinction.
1st Coed: "Are you worried that
he'll tell lies about you now that
you've broken your engagement?"
2nd Coed: "I don't care if he
tells lies, but if he tells the truth
I'll murder him."
He: "Ouch! I bumped my crazy
She: "WelL just part your hair
on the other side and it will never
Professor: "What is the out
standing contribution that chem
istry has given to the world?"
Student in back row: "Blondes."
Well, the weather man was
unable to rive a definite pre
diction as to the weather pic
ture for this weekend, bat he
thinks that it will be colder and
overcast There is a Mr storm
movins towards us from the
West Coast, and if it rets this
far, yon can expect some rain
or snow.
Professor: "If I saw a man beat
ing a donkey and stopped him
from doing it 'what virtue would
I be showing?"
Student: "Brotherly love."
The office peach was well pre
served. The boys thought she was
But when the boss' wife found
cut .
The office peach got canned.
Staff Writer j
If the University is able to in
crease its medical facilities, it can
take 10 more students in each)
class. If an increase is not made
possible, the medical school will
be compelled to decrease its en
rollment, Chancellor R. G. Gus
tavson told the Revenue commit
tee of the Nebraska Legislature in
a hearing Thursday.
The committee considered a bill
(LS. 211) calling for -33 mill levy
for six years to be used for the
expansion of the University Col
lege of Medicine. This bill would
enact into a law me
proposal for a building program
agreed upon by the survey com
mittee of the Nebraska State)
Medical Association and by the
University of Nebraska Board of
Regents. -
During the six years, the mill
levy is calculated to reach $6,000,
O00. Of that total, $5,200,000 would
bo for addition to the present hos
pital plant; $615,000 for additions
to the nursing home, and $1B5,000
for campus improvements.
No Opposition
No speakers opposed the bin.
4n favor of the bill
were Chancellor R. G. Gustavson,
See Pcge 2 for editorial on the Legislature's
appropriations for the University College of
mercy on us), a Gregorian
chant; "Salve Regina," (Hail
Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy),
Gregorian; "Ave Verum Cor
pus," (Hail, true body of Christ)
by Mozart; "Panis Angelicus,"
(Bread of Angels), by Cesar
Franck, with Louis Demma as'
Cantor Siskin, accompanied
by Josephine Waddell, will sing
"We Implore Thee," and "And
They Observed," by Sultzer;
"Cqme My Beloved," "So Is
Thy Name;" and "Kol Nidre."
by Lewandowski.
Under the direction of Arthur
IS. Westbrook, professor of mu
sic, the University Singers will
present three selections from
Mendelssohn's "Elijah," "Cast
Thy Burden Upon the Lord,"
"Lift Thine Eyes" and "He,
Watching Over Israel."
The Search Week concert
committee is headed by Helen
Jean Utterback assisted by Mar
ion Urbach and advisor, West
brook. A coffee hour in the Union
to Prof. David Foltz, chairman
i nf inp i nivprs iv s music uclmi 4.-
ment and director 01 ine maari-
gals, is one of the highest recog
nitions that can come to a col
legiate musical organization.
At its annual sessions, the Mu-,
sic Educators Conference which
has a membership of about 11,
000. selects a few topflight stu
dent performing groups to appear
on its program, mis years selec
tions include The Madrigals and
the University of Michigan band.
Foltz said that every effort is
being made to enable the Ne
braska choral erouD to appear in
Milwaukee. Plans have been made
for a benefit concert to help fi
nance the trip.
The Madrigal Singers, a group
of 23 students selected on the
basis of ability, attracted the no
tice, ullhe. Columbia. Broadcasting
System two years ago and ap
peared on a national Christmas
Current members of the group
are- John Moran. David City: Dan
Rasdal, Ogallala; J. G. Benedict,
Jefferson, la.; Tim jeison, an
Leondro, Calif.; Earl Jenkins, Lin
coln; Wesley Reist Lincoln;
Nancy Norman, Shenandoah, la.;
Judy Sehnert, Plainview; Cwen
Grosshans, Aurora; cnariotte ner
vert, Lincoln.
Gladys Novotny. Clarkson; Rose
Mary Castner, Ashland: Marjorie
Danley, Axtell: Margaret McCoy,
Lincoln; Muriel Pickett, Schuyler;
Kathleen Wilson, Wolbach; Janice
Wagner, Lincoln; Milford Myhre,
St Edward: Jerry Lawson, Su
perior; John Poutre, Wymore:
Robert Brown, Sargent; David
Major, Storm Lake, la.; and Jack
Wells, Madison.
Election Correction
The list of the Coed Counselor
ennhnmnr hoard members in
Thursday's Daily Nebraskan was
incomplete, Elizabeth uass, presi
dent, reported.
The correct list is Carolyn Bratt,
Cynthia Henderson, Sharon Man
gold, Pat Moran, Elizabeth Tem
pleton and Carol Thompson.
Dr. James P. Tollman. Dean of!
the College of Medicine, members
of the survey committee and the
University Board of Regents.
After a .4 mill levy was appro
priated to the University in 1947,
a special committee made a sur
vey of University needs and listed
enpineerine. sericulture, general
classrooms and the College of
Medicine as four critical areas,
Chancellor Gustavson said.
The Chancellor commented that
the plans for using that mill levy
were based on the dollar level in
1947 and since that time the value
of the dollar has shrunk. Due to
the lost of the value of money.
the University suffered a loss of
two buildings, he saia.
He said that because the Uni
versity had inadequate facilities
for psychiatric study, an agree
ment had been made with Doug
las County lor meaicai students
tn me- their facilities. However.
H Animtv needs its nrovisions so
HI.. VVfc."
the University must make provi
sions lor psycmainc siuoies, in
explained. It is necessary to provide more
beds in the University hospital
so students have more opportunity
rn-aMiral natient studv. Chan-
1U1 V 1
cellor Gustavson asserted. An in
Proposed . Med
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Lounge will follow the concert.
The concert has been sched
uled as part of the program for
Search Week beginning Sunday
and continuing until Thursday.
Sunday night Father God
frey Poage, author and lec
Orchesis To
Seven Cardinal Sins At Recital Tuesday
A suite of Negro spirituals
and the Seven Cardinal Sins
will be portrayed by Orchesis
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in Grant
Memorial Hall.
The dance recital, which is
taking the place of Orchesis'
spring concert, is co-ordinated
with the Search Week religious
Vocalist Stella Marie Woodlee
will accompany the dancers in
the spirituals. The numbers are:
"Nobody Knows the Trouble
I've Seen, "De Gospel Train,"
I f.
it happened at nu
Charred with the unpleasant
and monotonous doty of an
swering the telephone at her
sorority house with a cheerful
and pleasant greeting, one dar
ing pledge succumbed to a
long-standing temptation and
changed the salutation.
Her sorority sisters, becoming
suspicious at the great and un
accountable reduction of incom
ing calls decided to investigate.
The mystery was solved when
one rirl slipped out and called
the house.
"Good afternoon, Phi Beta
Kappa," is what she heard.
Pulitzer Prize
To Deliver First Of Lectures Monday
. . . i tAirm 1 1.X.-. A 11 .1. 1 1 1 J 1J.
Karl Shapiro, pulitzer prize
winner in poetry and editor of
"Poetry Magazine," will present a
series of lectures on poetry Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday, at 8
pjn. in Love Library Auditorium.
Bernice Slote, assistant profes
sor of English, in describing
- Inflation Hits Students
t: :i 4V.A r4nti nf inflation a little more
KJ 11 J V CI M L J B1UUC11L9 xcifc me KiiA' " ' ,
during 1952 than m 1951, according to figures released Wednesday
by tne student i-oan ommmee. . '
The committee reported that last year it authorized $38,543 in
regular loans to students, or $10,421 more than the preceding year.
One hundred and eighty-two students received the financial aid,
or 46 more than in 1951. These regular loans ranged from $50 to
In addition, 291 emergency Joans totaling n,oio.ou were
granted. They were loans of $50 or less.
Prof. Richard M. Bourne of College of Business Administration
was 1952 chairman of the committee.
NU Grad Receives
Ike Appointment
John B. Stoddard, University
alumnus now a iesident of Spring
field, 111., has been appointed fed
eral district attorney for the
Southern District of Illinois by
President Eisenhower.
Stoddard, a native of Malvern,
la., was appointed Wednesday. He
will succeed Howard L. Doyle.
He was graduated in 1941 from
the College of Business Adminis
tration, and served in the Air
Fore durine World War II. He
received a law degree from the
University of Michigan following
the war, and from 1949 to 1951
was assistant and state attorney in
Illinois. Since 51 he has been en
gaged in private practice in
Springfield. .
creased number of patients would
cause a need for more nurses and
more housing for nurses.
Gustavson Retorts
Several senators commented
that two years ago, two hospital
wards had been closed. In answer
to queries concerning this and the
necessity of more beds, Chancel
lor Gustavson replied, "we naa
patients to fill every bed in the
hospital, but we did not have
money to care for them."
He said later, "When you (the
legislature) cut the University
budget $2,000,000 two years ago,
you forced a contraction of serv
ice throughout tne entire univer
sity." Each department had to
contribute something to the defi
cit, he said, and the College of
Medicine closed part of the hos-
Dital for its contribution.
Several of the members of the
committee were concerned be-
So far
University Students
have signed
The Nebraskan
ees iLoweir
Safety Pledge
turer from Chicago, 111., will
speak in Parlors XYZ of the
Union at 7:30 p.m. The denom
inational student houses will
hold their regular weekly meet
ings. Monday night the main ad
Portray Negro
"Every Time I Feel the Spirit,"
and "Swing Low, bweet Char
iot." The Seven Cardinal Sins fea
turing the Orchesis dancers and
the men's dance group are: "An
ticipation," danced by Mimi Du
Teau, Georgia Hulac, Ting Lilly
and Mary Pattison; "I Wonder
as I Wander," by Barbara Brit
ton; "The Greedy Ones," by Bob
Peters and Jerald Ramsdell.
"Those of False Pride," by
Jeanine Bangston, Lois Duna
van, Shirley Jesse and Nancy
of a Gnat
Midwestern Unfveriiff
Money Dispersed Among
The All University Fund col
lected a record-breaking amount
$7,647.50, for the period Feb. 1,
1952 to Jan. 30, 1953.
The campaign beginning Oct. 6
Winning Poet, Shapiro,
Shapiro said. '"The early chapters
in the career of Karl bhapiro, tne
poet, read like a story: war, and
the young soldier in tne boutn pa
cific; the girl at home; selling his
manuscripts: publications and
prizes; and the young man coming
back famous."
Warm Day
Brings Bugs
The first warm day of winter
has brought spring canker
worms and small moths cluster
ing on buildings.
Bob Roselle, O. S. Bare, and
Don Scott, extension entomolo
gists, took a scientific trip
around Lincoln and named the
insects micro lepidoptera, the
common small name for canker
worms and small moths.
"They are coming out in large
numbers on warm days, Roselle
said, and they will disappear in
a few days."
The cankerworms and moths
are attracted to lights by large
numbers, Roselle said, however,
they are of no danger.
many Nebraska graduates
went to other states to practice.
Chancellor Gustavson assured
them that the expansion program
included plans for a medical cen
ter where practicing physicians
could learn new techniques. "Men
like to go where they are in prox
imity of a medical center," he
Dean Tollman spoke of the ex
treme scientific advance in medi
cine and said that this advance
called for more nurses, laboratory
and X-ray technicians, dietitians,
therapists and other assistants.
He said that the University Col
lege of Medicine is concerned with
the training of such assistants be
cause "with assistants a doctor can
give more and better service."
Committee Report
Members of the committee re
viewed the results of their sur
vey of the medical college in Ne-
Join The
Crusacfe For Safety
Here Is My Pledge
f .Ur BUdc nnwlf to trin ti t . ui Mu, itvM
I ploare myvlf furfhw to 4vsnw tb
MtlvUlM at air cibo, cjwm, caiprorw croup wu
dress "On Being A Real Per
son" will be given by Rev. Alan
A. Hunter, pastor of the Holly
wood Congregational Church in
Los Angeles, California. The ad
dress, at 8 p.m. in the Union
Kelly; "Those of Lust' by Betty
Barber, Barbara Britton, and
Bob Peters, "The Envious
Ones," by Agnes Anderson, Al
lison Faulkner, Charlene Katz
and Sandy Ledingham; "The
Slothful One," by Barbara Brit
ton and Peggy Larson. v
"Gesu Bambino." and "The
Juggler of Notre Dame," a
Christmas legend, will also be
presented by the group.
A coffee hour sponsored by
the Union will be given follow
ing the recital.
$7, 47. 5 ffleff
with the kick-off dinner, and last
ing for three weeks, proved to be
the most successful ever con
ducted on the University campus.
The original goal was set for only
Although he has had wide ex
perience as editor, teacher and
lecturer has won distinguished
awards, Shapiro is still mainly a
writer. His real distinction is in
his five books of poems.
He writes with a grave, pas
sionate directness, and makes his
poetry interesting to others, Miss
Slote said.
In his writings, Shapiro wishes
to take no stock attitude, from
either the past or the present, "1
try to write freely, one day as a
Christian, the next as a Jew, the
next as a soldier. .
The lectureship brings an out
standing man in eountemporary
life to the campus for one week
each year. Shapiro, seventh re
cipient of the Montgomery lec-
tureshiD. is the first literary man
to be brought to the campus in
this series.
Mel Iniemaibml Cowl Memng
Till Open J1C171 Sprint
University law students will,
demonstrate how the world court
operates by staging a hearing be
fore a model International Court
Research Sources Setup
To Help Nation's Envoys
NUCWA delegates have less
than a week to gather research
material on their country for the
mock General Assembly.
Kansas, Colorado, Iowa,
Minnesota, Oklahoma and Utah.
They found that in Nebraska the
opportunity per 6tudent is only
half that of the average of the
other states.
Chancellor Gustavson said, "We
have been warned by the Ameri
can Medical Association. Even if
we hadn't been warned, I do not
believe the administration would
go along with the present lacm.
Johnson said the medical col
leee would not exist today were
it not for the voluntary service of
many Omaha physicians.
"The question is not can we af
ford to have a good medical col
lege but, can we afford not to
have a medical college at all," he
Dean Tollman said that the
present plans include a medical
center which would serve as a
clinic for the entire state.
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Ballroom, will be followed by
a coffee hour in the Ballroom.
Throughout each day during
the week the various speakers
will conduct classroom discus
sions and hold personal confer
ences with students and faculty.
Information concerning the per
sonal conferences may be ob
tained by contacting Rev. Dick
Nutt at the Methodist Student
House, Father George Schuster
at the Newman Club Center or
Rabbi Joshua Stamfer at the
Hillel Foundation or Tifereth
Israel Synagogue.
Tuesday evening the Orchesis
recital based on a religious
theme will be given at 8:15 p.m.
in Grant Memorial Hall and
Rev. Hunter will speak in the
Agronomy Building at 7:15 p.m.
Rabbi Sidney Brooks of Omaha
will lead a seminar at 7 p.m. in
Room 315 of the Union and
Father Poage will speak at 7:30
p.m. at St. Mary's Cathedral.
Rev. Hunter will address the
Three Main Organizations
$5,000. Eleven area captains and
200 workers took part in the so
AUF is the only campus charity
fund and the money collected
from the students and faculty is
divided among various organiza
tions during the year. AUF elimi
nates the students' having to con
tribute to numerous organizations
throughout the year.
The officers during the success
ful campaign were: Joan Hanson,
president; Rocky Yapp, vice
president in charge of publicity;
Sue Brownlee, vice-president in
charge of solicitations; Jane Cal
houn, secretary; and Bud Welder
span, treasurer.
Rev. Rex Knowles, Dr. Charles
Miller, and Mrs. Virginia Trotter
were the advisors for the group.
The total incomes are divided
into the following list: Faculty so
licitations $675; . auction - income
$1,030.25; booth in com
$459.59; bjard member donations
$116; book sales income $90.25;
organization donations $241.05;
fraternity solicitations $1,408.90;
sorority solicitations $1,734.68;
independent solicitation $757.16;
organized house solicitations
$514.54; denomination donations
$137.18; Ag campus solicitations
of Justice Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.
It will open the evening session
of the United Nations spring con
ference which is Mar. 18 to 21.
However, the task has been
made easy by the research com
mittee. headed by Rosemary
A special table in the Docu
ments Reading Room on 3rd floor
of povi Library has been set up
to help delegates. The table is
flanked by flags of the Individual
nations and the UN flag.
On this table are: a general
bibliography of material for each
country and voting blocks, UN
Yearbook, UN Bulletin, Korean
Survey. UN Digest, Voice of Ko
rea and Index to UN Documents
including all speeches made at
the actual General Assembly in
New York. The New York Times
index is also a recommended
Delegates will also find mate
rial from foreign embassies. The
Research Committee wrote letters
to 60 embassies. All returned in
formation has been placed on
the special table.
If delegates have trouble find
ing Information, they may contact
Miss Ruth Hadley. librarian in
charge of the reading room.
The committee, which has pro
vided basic bibliographies to give
delegates a start, includes: Ann
Thompson, Mary Burdic, Bob
Young, Sue Bock. Barbara Olson,
Jane Brode, Kathy O'Donnell, Al
ice Logie, Gloria White ana Joan
At the last meeting individual
delegations received bibliography
slips. Those not picked up will
be handed out at the Thursday
meeting. They include:
Costa Rica, Burma, Afghanis
tan, Liberia, New Zealand, rara
guay, Poland. Byelorussia, West'
era Bloc, Chile, Czechoslovakia,
Haiti. Guatemala. El Salvador,
Ethiopia. Uruguay, Ecuador. Tu
nis. Iceland. Arabia. Iraq, Bel
Eium. Bolivia. Brazil. Yemen,
Philippines, Scandinavia, Pakis
tan, Nicaragua, Mexico, Lebsne-
sia and Honduras;
YWCA and YMCA and Student
House at 4:45 p.m. in Ellen
Smith Hall and at 6 pjn. a fac
ulty dinner will be held In th
Union Ballroom.
The evaluation luncheon will
be held at noon on Thursday
at the Lutheran Student House
and Father Poage will speak at
St. Mary's Cathedral at 7:30
Father Poage will speak at
the Newman Club Center at 11
a.m. Monday through Thursday
and weekday Masses will be
held at 6:45, 7:15 and 8 a.m.
at the Center.
Luncheons will be held each
noon during the week at the
Lutheran Student House. An
nouncements as to the day's
schedule and short talks by the
guest speakers will be given.
Tickets for the luncheons may
be purchased from Marilyn Er
win or Lois Lawrence for SO
Friday, Mdrch 13, 1953
The money is dispersed among
three main organizations, Com
munity Chest, Cancer Research
and the World Student Service
Fund. Fifteen per cent of the total
will go to the development of
cancer research, forty per cent
will go to WSSF, and forty per
cent will go to the Community
Chest The remaining five per
cent was used for expenses.
The money that will be given
for cancer research amounts to
The total amount to be given
to World Student Service Fund is
$3,109.63. This is the national
fund which campaigns annually in
American colleges to aid univer
sities abroad. It is the only na
tional agency organized for this
The Lincoln Community Chest
will receive $2,789.
The purpose of the organization
is to finance the needs of 27 pri
vate welfare agencies and their
branches. It is responsible for tht
development of an orderly and
well-rounded community welfare
AUF was organized at the Uni
versity in 1943 and the campaigns
have been held annually since
1944. The amount collected last
year was $6,500.
The hearing will be held in
Courtroom No. 2 in the Nebraska
State Capitol. The public is in
vited to attend and asked to use
the north ground-floor entrance
to the building.
The judges of the fourth annual
world court session will be lead
ing lawyers of Lincoln under the
chief Justiceship of F. B. (Bill)
The case to be tried will re
volve around the Anglo-Iranian
oil dispute between Great Britain
and Iran. The oral arguments will
be nresented for the two opposing
sides by Harvy D. Davis, Grand
Island, and Bruce L. Evans, Lin
coln, as agents; and Richard M.
Duxbury, Lincoln, and Henry D.
Neely, Omaha, as counsel.
Other law students who par
ticipated in preparing the case
Ben T Anderson. Wahoo:
James P. Edde, Lincoln; William
xi. urani, viuiuuoj wrai
Green, Danbury; Leslie W. Jen
sen, Hot Springs, S. D.; Samuel
L. O'Brien, Alliance; Donald W.
Pederson, Omaha: Harrison F.
Russell, Hastings; Joseph D.Wood,
McCook; Clayton B. Van Kirk,
And, Jean A. Caha, Wahoo;
Charles E. Dillman, Oxford; Fran
cis J. Kneifl, Ponca; Warren D.
Lchty, Chadron; Harold K, Slagg,
Lincoln; Richard L. Spangler,
Lincoln; Ramon L. Svehla, Lin
coln and Charles W. White, Lin
coln. Middies To Select
6 Queen Finalists -
Midshipmen will select six fi
nalists for queen of the Navy Ball
on Friday between 8 a.m. and 12
Pictures of the midshipmen's
choices were submitted to Bill De
vries, chairman of the queen com
mittee. The finalists and the Queen,
who will be chosen by three
judges, will be presented at the
Navy Ball which is scheduled for
March 21 at the Coliseum.
The idea of the baa came from
the annual "Ring Dance" beM tt
the Annapolis Naval Academy. As
NROTC Units were estatliihei
throughout the country, the i:i:
became a part of campus saci&i
Jimmy Phillips 34 Ids orches
tra will furnish music for tfee
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