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Tuesday, May 5, 1953
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Voico of o Gual Midwestern Pnirorsily
VOL. 52 No. 123
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vHiAtttLun UUSTAVSON . . . Announcing his .action
to leave the University in July, the Chancellor will head the Re
sources for the Future Inc., associated with the Ford Foundation.
REGENTS' CHAIRMAN SAYS:
Choosing Successor May
Take Long Investigation
Selection of a successor to Dr. Thompson praised Dr. Gustav
R. G. Gtavson, whose rcsigna-son for his outstanding work in
tion as Chancellor becomes ef- building up the University's re
fective in July, may require con- search program, even in the face
siderable time and investigation.! of the
C Y. Thompson, chairman of the sponsibility which came to the
Non-Faction Given Edge
Of Eight-Seven In SC
Pod lecoird! Irsiy
Board of Regents, said Monday
Dr. Gustavson, chancellor since
Sept. 1, 1946, will leave the Uni
versity sometime in July to be
University st the close of World
In Monday's election of Student
Council representatives the All
University Party (the faction) met
with slightly less success than in
the class officer election.
Seven faction candidates won
Council positions, while only two
faction men lost in their bids for
Also elected, however, were
five non-faction men and three
Successful faction candidates
Arthur Raun Agriculture.
Jerry Roe Arts and Sciences.
Carl Mammel Business Admin
istration. Danny Fogel Business Admin
istration. Richard C Wieland Dentistry.
F. Bert Linn Teachers.
Leonard Barker Teachers.
Successful non - faction candi
Jack Bartlett Rogers Arts and
William Daniel Rasdal Engin-
John P. Gibbs 0
Arden (Ardie) V. Means .... 5
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Franklin Jed Sazama 107
William Daniel Rasdal 118
Verlyn H. Clausen Ill
David Charles Olson 96
COLLEGE OF LAW
Charles Edward Wright 17
Donald R. Sampson 10
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Lynn Robert Brady 27
Donald Uoyd Sorby 17
(Two men and one woman)
F. Bert Linn 246
A record of 2,047 votes were
cast in Monday's all-Univeristv
This number topped last years
record vote, 1,745, by 302 votes.
On the city campus. 1,789 stu
dents voted at Love Library and
358 voted at the Union on Ag
Dean Linscott, Student Council
election official, said he was very
well pleased with the election and
the way the candidates conducted
themselves in the campaign.
"Everything went very smooth
ly," Lanscott said.
End May 7
frfT be concerned with Tconserva-
riV SJLTZ'l","?..'""1, of natural resources in Amer
Verlyn H. Clausen Engineer-
The closing filing date for Dailv
Leonard Paul Barker 265;Nebraskan staff positions for next
Joyce H. Bennington 84;semester has been extended to
Nancy aJne Odum 70 Thursday at 5 p.m.
Helene Miriam Sherman 51 1 Kenneth R. Keller, assistant di-
Marv Jane Maries 55 rector of Public Relations, said
Barbara Hale Beck 32 the extension was granted to cive'Eldon E. Park 142
Marilyn (Mimi) Hamer 92 all students ample opportunity to1 James Andrew Tangdall ....128
Anne Thompson 58 apply. VICE-PRESIDENT
Bonnie Rae Altman 47 i Last year there were 29 appli-!-, n rnin. n
AUP Makes Full Sweep
Of 'S3 Class Elections
The All-University Party thei
"faction" swept to a full eight
point victory in the election of
class officers Monday.
Two thousand forty-seven votes
were cast in the All-University
election to establish a new voting
record, 242 votes over the pre
Ted James paced the senior
faction slate and was followed
by fellow-party-members Jim
Collins. Murl Maupin and Bill
The faction's junior slate won
an easy victory with Marv Stro
nger, 5iii Devries, rom wood
ward and Jim Hofstetter.
The tabulated results of the
nity, Corn Cob, member
of the Junior Class Council and
member of the Interfratemity
New secretary of the senior
class. Merle Maupin, is from the
College of Engineering and Archi
tecture. He is the secretary of
Phi Gamma Famma Delta, mem
ber of the American Association of
Chemical Engineers, Kosmet Klub
worker, NUCWA member and
staff member of the Blueprint
Treasurer of the senior class,
William Harris, is a student in
in the College of Engineering and
Architecture,. Phi Delta Theta
pledge trainer, member of the
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers and Business Manager
of the Navy yearbook.
Elected to lead the junior class.
Marvin Stromer is in Arts and
Earl E. Marcus '. 24 ! Science, .Social Chairman of Pi
ivappa rni, memoer vi ieorasita
Masquers; president of YMCA,
treasurer of Red Cross, Corn Cob
worker, Kosmet Klub worker and
member of NUCWA.
Named to the junior class vice-
mg. ,inaron m. Mangold vvic-uous iot uie positions compared lWendeU (Den w Hardine Jr. 124
..;u v. r- j Kowmi icjuuiio m nraer- risr m tm,.tot. Wt.;k t nn.:T.smra Jano Ri-orio fis 10 ai ine Dreseni lime, hevera . j v.,
" IU'u tuunQduon. Tl-, j . ..sum u " i (Oanara ray uaiey ioi -j ttiii:: .-.
Meanwhile the Board will havr. T . j K 1 t,,ucaJls' (not faced by a faction man). Mary raun rueiDertn a ew po&mons nave Deen estaD-iNorian c.aivrr 78!iiuci.jr, nua.u u
; e J.L.32180 clude inventories and eval-P j.n r Jrt Prl.SvZ,!, Mm Ellin 69 lished since last year. Gorman Gauger W the Couege of Business Adminis-
"""""J iuuuujdie a nation cf 1-tmo.h .7" ""V IT i, "' l tt, i " i:t:.' MiaDimi U,t; T rwHa
which have been received for each i:ZJ7crr ,X Theta, member of All-university
an opportunny to lormuiate a mtim i.. . u maay rnarn
Plan for selecting a f" .?!.in sourees and (not faced by a faction man).
Thompson explained, after an-l T Z T I Norma Darlene Westcott - An
nouncing that the chancellor's1 Dr- Gustavson received $14,500 iriculture (not faced by the fac-
resignation will be formally ac-""" J a "aeijor, pius tne uon).
cented with -t-at rpprot jresidenc? furnished by the Uni- Gail
Art Raun, "sophomore, is vice
position are: Editor, 2; News Edi
tor, 4; Editorial Page Editor, 2;
The procedure for selecting a,versity- His with toe re- Sciences
successor will not be determined urcf ,oupv Prtedly be: tion).
Thompson said, but he made it
clear that the Board would ap
point a group of University faculty
and aclministrative officers to sub-
Rae Katskee-Arts and lpresient Sf.A1?hai1fmm1a " Managing Editor, 2; Copy Editors!
J It r member of Alpha Zeta, Block and R ti rVtr.cen Mtw a'
(not faced by the fac-lRrirf. Cl.u Builder Board. Cornil'. L4 5hf?-' r?'. 4'
mit suggestions to aid the Board. -rtr f AmhliclAii
No date has been set for a meet-," w" 1 1 1 WwlXvl
ing but according to Thompson,1 . -
one will be scheduled soon. He,S.Of flftl! HiartriC
said he hoped it could be settled , w w 1 1 w 1 1 UW40
before school begins in September. Filings for appointive positions
The chancellor said his decision on the 1954 Cornhusker are now
io jeave me universny was a on- open.
Charles E. Wead
Cl.:.u.. a, iff 1 o
&Tv,:.:::::::m: for Nebraskan.
Gerald Leroy Adcock 53 ln narge or tne records oi me
.TnHw wiK. m junior class for next year. Tom
Marilyn (Mimi) Hamer Teach-'X " r Business Manager, 1; Assistant TREASURER Woodward, eletced secretary, is in
ers (not faced by the faction). f'-.H v . .iB JUanager, 3, (Z chosen ); lWmiain AlI9tin Harris 218,the Arts and Science College. He
Defeated faction candidates Sophomore Norma vlestcott isand Circulation Manager, 1. No;Janet steffen 204 is secretary of Sigma Nu, Corn
were: member of Tassels, Ag YWCA applications have been received ;Verlm Rasmussen 104iCob worker and Copy Editor on
jBridle Club, Builders i Board, CornjFeature 1; Ag 'L
XVU&illCL iUUU WUIB.CI OUU WlUiU-
ficult one. ""During my tenure asj
head of the University." he said,S; 'l",.!,1 ".Mary Jeannette (Mickey
lion from our faculty, emcees,
Fred C Kidder Arts and Sci
ances. David Charles Olson Engin
eering. The tabulated results ef the
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
(One man and one woman)
R. Junior Knobel 173
'Arthur "Phillip Raun 176
and Home Economics Club,
Arts and Sciences
Freshman Gail Katskes Is a
member of Sigma Delta Tau, Uni
versity Orchestra, Aquaquettes,
AUF and YWCA.
Jerry Roe, sophomore, is a Corn
Cob worker and member of Phi
Sophomore Jack Rorers is a
i ae naa we uimosx coopera- Comh,. ms iv,, k. it.,; .V 2:V-cit han(- iWprsit M
, " v , x-. tiame jviuien ..- vs y . V, . .: .
layout Pat L. Graham 69 s9uaa ana umveiiuy outers.
toeether In Cive , ' "ii"i"1. "1" onm Dariene Westcott .... S9 Business Aaminiswauon
:. " "t-JTr .".r b. " editor; assistant layout editor: w n,i.. xi.
s wc -worsen logemer 10 give ;t. .ir j ' . " ....
Ncbraskans the strong University 'Jri' f w-,ncytin ursper 29 Dan Forel, sophomore, is a
I am sure they want." I lUl'h Li w S !Betty LaV0" Sisson 39 two-year Letterman, member of
"I will carry with me a very nll rM w cd Hflls;l COLLEGE OF ARTS AND Red Cross and Union committee
pleasant melrSry of my relation! ?Xnitt? SCTE?CES chairman.
sh.ps with the people of this state, iAA c t v t7e" s Bclutv 1 1 t Vd ne WOm" c, KaH Mammel. sophomore Kos-
relationships exemplified so eon- J' 1' "brSza i"JL 1? " J" met Klub worker and Union bud-
sistently by their chosen repre-ftonAMeX- get committee chairman, is treas-
scntatives.in the legislature whoLle Etound Scheele 58rer of AUF and member oI Beta
have delayed a spirit of fair- ih ZZrKJ:: I Theta Pi.
ness. Interest, and desire for tiroc-' , " r xsernie wibnnuw izi
editor of the 1954 Cornhusker, iiWarv Ann Hansen 7
Jsaid. "'Especially those who wereiMary Elizabeth House 54
College of Dentistry
Dick Wieland, freshman,
iComhuskcT wurkers for the 1953; Janet Lorraine Gordon 97 member of Phi Delta Theta and
John Rlyth To Present
Modern Music Recital
A recital of modern music will
AI: "How's Irv getting on with
that school-teacher he's calling on
A,',,.v. rrvn -...o-,, t;,r,. , ' be presented by John Blyth Tues
,ht?fL 7j!le2J1 J!idy t 3 p.m. in the Union Ball-
hour longer for being naughty.
Jean Marilyn Sandstedt 52
Gail Rae Katskee Ill
Alana Kay Ackerman 66
; Natalie Elaine Katt 42
Shirley Langhus 53
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Carl George Mammel 216
Ann Lee Launer 71
COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
Richard C. Wieland 6 Cob worker.
BJyth, assistant professor of pi- Danny L. Forel
College student "I've a friend 0. wiU Play three Debussy Pre-; Martha E. Hill C8
I'd like you girls to meet." ;ludes, "Sails," "Puck's Dance," Joan E. Hawthorne 82
Athletic cirl "What can he!"MinstralsM and Gershwin's "Con-j Ernest Lewis Enke 53
do?" jcerto in F."
Choru girl "How much fash! Jan Fullerton, graduate assist
han he?" " finl w P!fly lne second part to
Literary girl "What does he; the Concerto.
Society girl "Who are his fam
ily?" Religious girl "What church
does he belong to"
Sorority girl "Where is he?"
A hillbilly appeared before a
judge and pleaded that his mar
nafe be annulled.
"On what grounds?" asked the
"Her father didn't have a 1J
cenne for his gun."
Xi Psi PhL
Collere of Law
Charles W right is a freshman
member of "N" Club, Beta Theta
Pi and Phi Delta PhL
College of Pharmacy
Sophomore Don Sorby Is Kap
pa Psi secretary and AFA treas-
242iurer. . . .
College 01 engineering
Verlyn Clausen is a sophomore,
member of Sigma Chi and ASCE.
for Assistant Sports Editor.
The basic requirement for all
applicants is a 4.0 over-all Uni
Application forms may be ob
tained from the Public Relations
office, 1125 R St, and must be
completed and returned back to
that office Thursday.
The hearing for the applications
will be at 4 p.m. in Parlor Z of j Thomas Aiken Woodward ....295
The Daily Nebraskan.
.Tiininr rlacx treasurer. lamM
. PRESIDENT J Hofstetter, is a student in Busi-
Mamn E. Stromer S93 ness Administration. In addition,
Richard Dean Schultz ""ihe is house manager of Delta Up-
VICE-PRESIDENT si3on fraternity, N-Club member
William Lee Devries 44 and is out for track.
Kicnard will Faes oj
James (Buzz) D Hargleroad.. 93
Eileen Mularky 209
James W. Hofstetter 247
Jean Laree Steffen 178
Doran Jacobs 78
The new senior class president,
Ted James, is a Business Admin
the Union, Thursday, May 14.
Orchesis Plans 2 Practices
Before Tryouts May 20
Two practices for students in
terested in trying out for Orchesis
have been scheduled for May 6 at'istration student, member of AI
7 pjn. and May 13 at 7 p.m. m pha Tau Omega, Varsity football-
Grant Memorial HalL er and trackman, and Rush Chair,
Coeds may wear shorts or leo- man of the Interfraternity Coun-
tards for the practices. They will .cu
be taught dancing fundamentals I Senior class Veep. James Col-
and instructed in the procedures of lins, is a student in Arts and Sci
the tryout. ence, president of Acacia frater-
Sophomore William RasdaJ is a
member of Sigma Chi, AIEE,
Madrigal Singers and is a Corn
Ivy Bay Festivities Scheduled For Iky 9
Continuing Oldest University Tradition
Newspapers Share Blame
For Pushing McCarthy
Newspapers must share the re
sponsibility for building Sen. Jo
seph "McCarthy for the role he oc
cupies today, Robert Lasch, Uni
versity graduate in 1928 and edi
torial writer for the St Louis
Post-Dispatch, said Saturday.
Speaking before the Journalism I A II If? IH LL m. M
Day Awards Luncheon, Lasch said AW3 WOrKSnOD
mat me press nas ine responii
bility of setting the facts in a
framework which shows what Mc
Carthy stands for. He said that
during the Wisconsin primary
campaign only three papers in that
Four one act plays and a car
toon film strip will be featured
Friday during Mental Health,
Week at Love library Auditor
ium. "My little Boy," a radio play.
will be given by Dorothy Pile,
professional teacher of drama and
dancing, Friday at 2 pjn. in Love
Library Auditorium. A cartoon
film strip, "A Child's Guide to a
Parent's Mind." will be shown. -A
discussion on the program will be
led by Doctor MacDonald and
Mary Jane Young, of the Child
Intermission music will be prc-
iAr V ii tlwinds," and "And You Never
OVer 125 10 Aliend Know." under the direction of
Mrs. Norman Shaw, wUl be given
Ivy Day the oldest University iQueen was crowned, while wear
tradition that hai been regularly ing a dress donated by William
celebrated since its beginning In Jennings Bryan.
1901 is again clone at hand. In IKIB, Ivy Day wti given a
Th, fire Tt TV,v fMi"-' -milil si rv Irinrh nt'hpn fliP with
Mama Gnu was waiting i,ra ted instead of senior claBs day 11,403 stars was given the Uni
Papa Gnu as he came home Iorin JI)C1 uai the oriition, poem, versJty in honor of students and
cinricr one evening. Lntj ivy piantirtK traditions were faculty participating in the war.
Our little boy was very bad st lhijt lime ln 5Bt)2i rain jVy imported from France was
today," she declared. 'I want you .poilpd the Dut jn j903 the'planied in 1918 and again in 1919.
to punish him. 4,,'lvy Day celebration was enlarged jit was sent to the University by
Oh, no, said Papa Unu. ijwhcn tapping of the Innocents be- students then in the Expedition-!
yaut punish him. You'll haveto;rli( f th. cer.monies. U Forces.
Since that time, 13 men nave jl.
learn to paddle your own Gnu."
It's possible that we might be
In for sntne pleasant weather
Wednesday After looking at
numerous graphs and weather
maps today, the weather tnan
concluded that the high tem
perature should be In the sev
enties, and that the heaven will
the festivities of Ivy Day. They
introduced their first bonoary
member to supplant the unpopu
lar Lord Of May attempted sev
eral years before. Kosmet Klub
first sponsored the Interfraternity
sing in 1923 and AWS began the
Intersorority sing contest in 1927.
Ivy Day 1942 marked the addi
tion of Queen's attendants and in
1924, two Ivy Day Queens were
if , ic
Tuesday at 7 p.m. ln the Union.
Official delegates representing
23 organized houses and AWS
state told the complete facts about ,mdjcated Wiuin.gness to at
ttie senator. lu-nA snA ven more non-offirial
"And in the towns in Which 'nartirinants are ernerled mt the
Discussion groups in e 1 a d e:
Standards, Sue Brownlee; Point
Friday evening from 8 to 10 p.m.
Over 123 coeds are expected itU.,, Wm, nrinA-
the AWS Workshop to be held I m. D,wnfl rffl
be shown Wednesday at 2 pjn. at
the Public School Administration
building, 720 So. 22 St, with a
discussion by Doctor Janet Palmer
In 1921, Kosmet Klub entered ( these papers are located Mflwau
kee, Madison, and Sheboygan
McCarthy was defeated."
The University graduate criti
cized the stand held by many edi
torial writers that "no matter how
bad he is, he does perform some
useful services." But Lasch said
that McCarthy is dangerous to both
political parties for "be stands
above the party, and grabs power 1 .
System, Nancy Hemphill; Rules,
The three workshops will begin
at 7:30. Reports will be given at
another general meeting from
8:30 p.m. to 9 p.rn.
Tapping, Sing, Ivy Planting
Events Set For Saturday
1943 when the ceremonies were
held at the Junior-Senor prom be
cause many of the men were leav
ing for the armed forces in the
In 1949, only 11 men vere lv T)hV 1B53 -,m begin with alSenior Class Council and
tapped at the regular ceremonies conct;rt Dv the Carillon Tower at, awarded to the senior man
9:15 a.m- followed by a band con
cert conducted by Don Lentz.
Members of the Daisy and Ivy
but two others received the honor
lrt coed: "Well, I see she's let later in the year,
her hair rn iinrk s.ruin " I The Order of the Black Manque,
2nd coed: "Ya off the gold .local lorerunner oi ine i'" tieded by Mortar Board
standard." Mortar Boards, was founded at .jb wfJ1 be rCvea1ed at the
the University in iwj cy ia ceremonies. These chains
.icVmi 4n -mulr " " - ....
are made up oi outstanaing un
derclass and senior women.
Planting of the Ivy by Junior
and Senior Class presidents Don
Pipper and Rockford Yapp will
announcement oi tne
BLIND DATE . .
wnTTM'n who wished to make
He kissed her on her rory lip;iwomcn a strong factor in Univer
How could he then but linger? gjly Bctivities.
But oh when he caressed her jn jg- tne iocal organization
1""!" affilated with the national Mor-
A rnnl'ii ii finrpr. L.. n.,ji inv,,lfVi 4n h "hff in-
. vyuiu. m i follow toe
nmg is memDcr. we u.u, Bnd lvv Chain members.
ine house mother answcrinK " " . thrnuch ihe
the phone said "I don't know. caU;tom wa, ffedthrouth the
the weather bureau," and hung ' - ? mimihKr:
I XII il UlUVtUl M rnrv
Presentation of trophies to out
standing men's and women's bouse
by the innocents and Mortar
Boards respectively and an
nouncement of scholarship cup
m in'-Mcl 4nr
. i lKHCi were iiJbi uuiiiiiAo"
-woriiy gin. i mm -tin,..,! wherever the'nuncemeni ca scnowip cup
borne fellow ad if the cj; wai held during the'toneri are next on tne ivy uay
Tt.. ,.i,.it,i Ann f!hain was The scholarship cups, a new
..t,.. --j , ......,.,,..
dreBBea wiaaaiuun o uc vj uay ptu-
.1. i. . . . r . . en rrirln
Sk,L 0ylwhlUndr inU19li"th,-first Mayjuons. w,r. donated by the Jun-
woman having the highest ac
cumulative average for his four
years of college work.
Ivy Day singing contests will
follow the announcment of the
Theta Sigma Phi pledges with the
sing winners giving a repeat per
formance after the judges an
nouncement. After the singing new Mortar
Boards will be masked and new
Innocents will be tackled.
May Queen candidates include:
Pat Bechan, Elaine Esch, Lois
Gerelick, Julie Johnson, Margaret
Ann McCoy, Shirley Schonberg,
Shirley Coy, Nancy Dark, Bar
bara Hershberger, Darlene Mc
Quicton, Diane Downing, Barbara
Brethauer, Marilyn Bamesberger
and Virginia Cooper .
The queen was elected March
11 but she will not be crowned
and Mrs. Ellamae Eeimers.
Wednesday evening, from 8 to
10 p.m, a panel, composed of two
psychiatrists, a social worker, and
a psychologist, will answer audi
ence questions on mental health.
Three case histories Illustrating
the mental health problems of an
older persons, the adolescent, and
those in marital difficulty, will
begin the program.
A television program, on the
M. Hallgren. assistant ! problem of the older person, will
Llh adrnTtted that a certain peak 8t the 7 senerA JfTm will be given at 2:30 pa
tnJnt J tSlirrrV riven to in scheduled to begin the AWS; at the Public School Administra-
ZgS2tZ kon Building, 720 So. 22 St.
cause the press must report bisLT I 7 i,nr
irorrcarihy.thestiPasfor For Students In 1909
Louis newsman said that he sup- !- I a r 1 F
rpeaks At Sunday Banquet
campaign. tjt Deen Leland. first Presbv-lalso commemDrated the lOlh mnU
"I may be wrong in wiJewng ilri,cn
University students, renirle d ordination. The present pastor
that student religious activities to- kg, been the University'i Pres
day are quite similar to those 50jbyterian minister for five years.
this," be said, "but I would like
to see an Investigation by Journal
ists on the subject."
Lasch's speech was in conjunc
tion with the 30th anniversary of
President Of SDX
Lyle Denniston was elected
president 'of Sigma Delta Chi,
professional Journalistic fratern
ity, for the 1953-54 school year.
The elections, hel Friday, re
sulted in the election of Cal
Kuska as rice-president.
Other officers include: Ed De
Mar, treasurer; Dick Beed, secre
tary; and Del Snod grass, EDX co-
ordinator for Nebraska High
School PreBS Association fall con-j
years ago. He spoke during the
commemoration services cf 50
years cf University Presbyterian
student work at the Westminster
student house Sunday.
Dr. Leland, special guest cf;
honor cf the commemorauon,
noted that the work is practically
the same as when be started Ms
work in 1909. The work cf stu-
Psul Fenske, a 1952 University
graduate, discussed the meetings
of the Third World Conferenc of
Christian Youth and the General
Committee cf the World Student
Christian Federation which he at
tended ln India lart fall
There is too much emphasis to
day on the purely evangelistic ap-
dent houses Is to give each stu- prda in helping people, rensk
dent Christian education through j said, an dthere Is a growing neces-
personal contact, be said and the
students enjoy the home-like at
mosphere cf the Westminster
House. - ' 1
It was the 251n anniversary cf
city to meet the political and eco
nomic, as well as the rpinmn
needs cf the people.
Fenske, who win enter a semin
ary training next fall, said the
the Westminster House, now meetings be attended provided and
known at Presbrtarlan-CongreEa- excellent chance to gather and
Uonal student House. The caylshare cpuuons of other person.
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