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Voico of a Gfg Midwestern Paivarsity
VOL. 52 No
Friday, May 8, 1953
Mac Bailey, Jan Steffen Hold Senior SC Positions;
Council's Business Over For 1952-53 School Year
Student Council elected officers and senior hold-over members at its meeting Thurs-
Officers for next year are: Rocky Yapp, president; Eldon Park, first vice-president
and judiciary chairman, and Bob Peterson, second vice-president and elections chairman
European Scholar, Rector
Speaks On Wars At Convo
-.external reasons xor war are son, tne European problem was
- . - . . . i - T4Ti t i . tMKiis ui mui'ii more uwd y rootea mp inTPPrai on nr mp rnmnipv
Yapp, junior in Agriculture COUege, IS president 01 AO, memoer OI Student council, Vernal changes. Wars are a kind;and various nations who must be! Ivy Day court will enter. The May
uu,ra -uuuu Puicui,!of thermometer on which may be welded together into a unified ueen will ce announcea ai uus
nn,m!S Kha!measured moral ills of human whole. There was no virgin soil; time.
f U ! a .society," stated Dr. Werner Rich- instead, national tradition, he Planung of the ivy by the senior
Named For i53-54 Council
ter, -European scholar and rector continued.
May Queen And Court To Reign
One of the most traditional pro-i The women's -ringing contest
grams on campus will begin at will then precede the Court reces
9:15 a.m. Saturday when the'sional at 11:50 a.m.
Following tne ringing 01 we
Carillon at 12:55 p.m. the Uni
versity ROTC Band will present a
The Court will again enter at
After the processional, the
men's sing contest will be held.
The Junior-Senior class council
will present cups to the senior
man and woman with the highest
Announcement of the winners
of the women's sing contest will
be made at 2:25 p.m. The winners
will sing again.
The Mortar Boards and Inno
cents will present cups to the out
standing sorority and fraternity.
The selection is made on the basis
of scholarship and activity roints
At 2:45, the winners of the
men's sing contest will be an
nounced. The Ivy Day court will recess
at 2:55 p.m.
Masking of the New memoers
Carillon Tower concert opens the
52nd annual Ivy Day festivities.
This is the day the retiring Mor
tar Boards and Innocents will re
veal their successors, and mem
bers of organized houses compete
m the annual Ivy Day Sings.
The day's actual program will
begin at 9:20 a.m. when the Uni
versity ROTC band, under direc
tor of Donald Lentz, presents a
After the entrance of the Mor
tar Boards and Innocents, who
will be in full dress, president
Don Noble will introduce Dean
Colbert who will address the spec
tators and introduce the Ivy Day
announcer, Rex Knowles.
Following the reading of the
Ivy Day history, the processional
of Ivy and Daisy chains, and the
class president, Don Pieper and
Student Council announced' more; Corn Cobs Doran Jacobs, dent Council, present president'TOnvocatjon Thursday evening.
Thursday the Council representa
tives from the organization.
of Mortar Board and tackling of
Park, junior in Business Ad- u-hn nnw tho m-inr f fho iini.l tv, w r .n,. tJjunior class president Rockfordj new Innocents will end Ivy .uay
ministration, is former treasurer; rwm,r. !n!.. , v YaDD will be the next ceremony, activities.
and first vice-president of Stu- .a. Cl TTT,.,C!,Tn!V, Jt --I The Chains. Mortar Boards and In case of rain, the program
entire generation of people be-
AWS Madeline Watson, Agri-
- Business Admimstration sopho-Q V1'""" r. Kichter said that after the tween the ages of
T - l ,7,, " .. " v.,;Xure ot tne democratization of classes of
Brode, Teachers College sopho-;Tau Delta.
35 and 50 has
a2e erouos. The old
IGermany did not come true. Hejgeneration turns to the past leav-
Inrocents will then recess.
will be In the Coliseum,
Last Year's Ivy Day Court
lntr kVaforriTw f Aiinil t- i - . - . i " f""u
cultural sophomore; B.W-Joan;"" r "- Admistoa-1 n 3 JLadded that the aims of the U. S. ing the younger generation with
t JV 4 o,. .,BiU Cannon, BusmessAOnunistra- College, is president of Sigma Tau, w e r e changed a m-Pat HMMittiA tn.irfan.VtA xith tn'
' tion sophomore; Men's Co-ops and member of Eneinr Evecutive k,m. t " ,.V, " C"V:i r; -V:.; vlt
O.-.J O V--. ir. J J - . llTOOL, .
ncui "",rT,."''"'",,D0ara ana lormer co-cnairman oi of the great powers such as Eng-added
u u o u. Ilu.,u,..UUu..v,. ,,t uiguitxia ntrciv. land and France- 2. ihp d
more; Panhellenic Patricia Ora- Hold-over members in addition tic reconstruction of G
ham. Agriculture college sopno-:to Yapp, Park and Peterson are'and 3. the need for material aid reeeivinsr artilicial resDiration
. . i uiiu a & uwv.v , n it ucriiiuLi a" t
more: Fannenenic fatncia ora- .jj;(:a .i r- L
In conclusion Dr. Wichter
Germany; stated, "Western Germany is still
C&-l- O D f A ore:. nelte0 eK"J LSfTclT Kanet Steffen and Mac Bailey. ! in rebuilding Europe. !SU1I needs medical' care and
JlUI IS O r.llhlwul V , t J Miss bteiien, junior in Teach-! He said that in comparison of advice from
V ence sophomore; Tassels Joyce.ers CoUege, is president of AWS, 'the U. S.' problems of integration'this there is
m cemungion, icauras vuic6cpaSt secretary or arac
JUmammimm ll im Mi sophomore; YMCA and ywua 'cil, winner of Donald L. Miller
no other alternative
II IUU V IIUI II (Brock Dutton, Agriculture CoUege scholarship. Pi Lambda Theta, Al- A Klkll I A I DA Ml ICT
BB ' Uphomore, and Cosmo p o 1 i t a npha rr.bia Delta, Builders board, AIN N UAL bANCJUtl
furnish the music for the dance
beginning at 8 p.m.. which will
be held between 14th and 15th
streets on R street j
Included in the entertainment
are the Pi Phi trio, Marilyn;
Mitchell, Ann Andreasen and Peg
Wolcott, singing several French
outdoor French Cafe atmosphere Administration junior. Schairman of Coed Follies and 1 f II I I I
is being sponsored by the Union These students will represent 5c21.!r?hiP chairman of Gamma U IT! Vlf CI V VVf PllQ I C MPflfl
.to celebrate its fifteenth anniver-. their respective organizations in,Phi Beta. W V V V V IJ IWI IWMM
sary rriuav uiyu. Uje DUsmess ana anairs pi osu- --
Jimmy Philips' orchestra will Art rmmHl t.ptI vear. sCodege, is president of the Can-
!ber of Kompt Kluh. Ensinppr?;
Alpha Tau Omega.
Other business discussed
Band, Gamma Lambda
Stan Shumway and Frank. Wells, Jack Wells, Stan Shum-I
Weils were announced as xhe new way Jhn McElhaney and John
uiccuus wax uie an-.r- " T,m flner TQ';'10';' rim
nouncement of Council represen- Gamma Lambda, honorary band ma Lambda president, was mas
Jatives from campus organizations, fr-tmv rtmtrti-e.w Tim i nf romnninc
f r-ft -trcinr sf rtT-m-,rt- S J k
T,.rf 4 carl thin out on a '"""' ,.x- - . . . ; v tt;
t j - t'.-li . .cation MTiic aclmnn-iwicpmPTif u.Hv.v.. .t vv."-
regSy t-oioii diiu .ai- SCr OUS tone tOdav, Wben 1 Slopped i rT" ' V Chariot Klawlr na nam,v1 honr?
will be f LlTte 5?. .0-:5 S!Lil--ni
Eeanor Guilliatt as a roaming - ' " r e election pictures mi K nls FuUuut)- mu
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By BILL DEARIES
RETGXIXG QUEEX . .
53 Iyt Day festivities.
tendants daring last year's festivities.
Delores Lovegrove reigned over the 1952
Pic tared above is the queen and her at-
artist who will sketch people- i . L .TT' to &e candldates- . -rolt- laajes sponsor. -
Other things that will be used """ i , "Krrivrnvi 1 "" conciucea wj ji uiner oiiicers oi uamma Lamu- Thirteen paintings from the
to help portray the French theme jth to..?0T1 preSident , Wayne XVhite.s m- da are: Charles ice P-University Art Galleries collection
re sidewalk tables. French in 8150 are ou EOiisg xrsents and resume of this years ident, Jerry Shumway. secretary now on whiw.t in fv, fninn
scenes, French cigarette girls, out- give is some tunsiane ror cotinciL Wliite commented on the and Dennis Carroll, treasurer. ilounge. j 9:9
ride liehtine. and the band will Ivy Day?" many ideas that have been pre-j p.nt) st th hannnot SmntnrM h,v fv rvim 9:50
be dressed in French costume. J He simply took anoer drag sented by the counciL five band kevs Ewarded to the and office committee, the exhibit
Refreshments to be served as on the cigarette that was hang-j He said that the new cons'u- band members who have con-consists of eight paintings from'
compliments of the Union will in-ing out of tne corner ot nis tution was being tested by t-e tributed the most to the organiza- the University's F. M. Hall col- 10:40
clade the Union's birthday cakemouth and admist the cloud of Council this year and the plan was tion in the past year. Recipients lection and five paintings from 18:58
and punch. 1 smoke that bellowed from fcss on probation as to its effective- c lhis Tears awards are: Frank ' the Nebraska Art Association col- 18:55
The commit" ee lor tne oanee lace ne replied, - looks ukc rajn. pess. rse Deueves ice council nas i
consists of Bob Meehan, chair-j Judging from thai you a eerier joeen erucier.t ana ne urgea par
man; Billie Croft, entertainment; ! start looking up an old horse tici pa tion of each council mem
Don Orr, construction; Shirley blanket to take with you to sit ber in the discussion of each
Stohlman and Berne ta Rosen- on, for rain means that the Ivy meeting and consideration of the
quist, publicity. ,Day ceremonies will be held in ugent-iacuiiy reiationsmp.
T . I the Coliseum.
Cosmopolitan ClUb Gee, I hope none of the Inno-
, .... . rests get shaken up when they
Ttie Cosmooolitan Club wui-. . . , Z,
hold the last regular meeting of
1S53 Wednesday, May 13 at 7:30
p.m. in room 316 Union.
John MttcuseJan. rrom inaia.
Theater goers used to
roonev to see "Ten Nights In A
AH Juniors participating in Fun
and Games Day this afternoon
are requested to pick up all data
spend iconcerning the gala festivities.
moll show films oa Indian cus- Bar Room," whereas nowadays
toms. history, silk industry and many of them spend it to see 10
railroad system. Jbar rooms in a night.
You are asked to check with rep
resentatives Sally Hall and Ken
neth Rystrom in the Daily Xe-
i The Nebraska Art Association
In Case OF Rain 'loaned the mainline to the Uni-1:55
In eas of rain. Ivr Dit cere- versity Galleries for exhibition
monies will be held in the eoli- purposes.
seam, announced Black Masque
Chapter of Mortar Board
Students are requested to
bring blankets if the activities
are moved to the Coliseum
since bleacher seats will be
The program will be held as
Predominantly oil the paint-
lings are landscapes, portraits, still
life aind abstracts. Water color
iavA rharmsl wnrk are also in-
Irfuded in the exhibit which Willi 2:35
Among the pair.tir.ps are Julian" t'AS
Levi's Beached," "Church Above
the River" bv Raymond Breinin 2:55
land "Burial in North Dakota" by 3:08
.'John Martin Socha. I
Ivy Day Schedule
Mortar Boards and Innocents enter
Introduction ef Dea-n Colbert by Don Noble
Address by Dean Colbert
Ivy Day history read by Announcer Rex Knowles
Ivy and Daisy Chains enter
Class presidents plant the Ivy
Mortar Boards. Innocents and Chains recess
Theta Sigma Phi pledges announced
Women's Organized House Sing
Men's Organized House Sing
Jr.-Sr. Class Council presents Scholarship Cups
Announce winner of women's sing
Winner sings again
i'Tesentation of Mortar Board Cops
Presentation of Innocent Cups
Announce winner of men's sing
Winner sings again
Masking of new Mortar Boards
Tackling of new Innocents
o 'S3-fSfi legist ration, S
Special Recreational Facilities
Planned For Summer School
have been an-
Ma for the summer school session
nounced by the Administration office.
Jime 8 Pre-registration tests begin at 1:00 p.m.
June Pre-reeistration tests and medical examina
Fall term fcegi
Slated May IB, 79, 20
June 30 General registration. Il pm. tbe Union will maintain a Boole
June 11 Classes begin. A student may select courses Nook, music room, game room,1
June 13 La rt day on wmcn.irom com ine eigci ana sa-vwi pm-iu i&muvs, c-j.t ivy.
regiEtrstion and payment of lees! sessions, since Ibey run concur-;aM tounges.
in me fine Arts program, na
tionally known artists will appear
before classes and public audi
tor tii four-weeKi term win ee remiy. ine maximum w
accepted. pours for which a student may
iim. isT.ast dav on which reeistrr may not exceed 29 reci-
regirtration and pavroent oi Mses tacon nours per wees, icree douj lences. Exhibitions and programs
for the six-weeks term will be of .laboratory being equivalent to wni be arranged by the Art De
accepted, .one recitation hour, except by !partment GaUery lectures will be
June IS Last Jay on which 'permission irom the dean of lb 'scheduled to iarniliartte students
Many special cultural and recre-by the department of Speech and
ational activities have been sched-'Dramatic Art. Any student in the
uled for summer school students, summer sessions is eligible to try
VTh TTnirt, mnll iffar o rariMip lin trir ii nrnfllir'tion . Alco T"3 tTiy
- r" - i o
.lull euptniw .iTitiac 'ttlc TiT-5tj3.HI i-v adIJ
Corn Crib, the Round-Up Cafe- vanced rausic students and fac-i"" ' l.Uo. rvn of h- Co 'e.-e 'for reristration. and are asked to
open from 8 a.m. until 11:S0 ajn.!ot Arts and Sciences must sign, bring pencils with them,
and again at 1 until 450 p.m. ,the work sheets. Any suggestions for improve-
Students sbou'I meet with their The assignment cjmiruttee will ment of the registration process
.ZT..I. Jt, . r UiTTiit etnoents on the basis of the, from students will be welcomed
alternative numoer oi r.ours icey nave on vy ti&u.:ri.i. wiumv.
record as of Jan. 31, 1953. Grade suggestions cave proved vaiuaDie
reports are not required this ti.me.jin the part, assignment officials
teria and the Main Dining Room ulty rrembers from the Depart-
beginning on Monday, June 8, at will be open. For leisure hours, ment cf Music
registration will begin i courses. All work sheets must be 'fastened to the Regents Book
at 9 a.m. and will con- signed ty tne aoviser. iar . t .t
T,rr-- 10 mryA 7 ft 1 DCS!) Of tne COiiete Oi AETJ- OiUUVJii IJJUtl mil viilit
will be culture and twan 01 tne co.iege ;or regiu-2uori,sr
, v,f Art Tir! Rciprjfs must sien i bring pencils with
courses including alternative j
nmTf iirh the students ' said.
'will be called will be posted on Catalogues may be picked up at
J MarVlvwd at the entrance to the Administration Building from
'the Military and Naval Science 9 until 4 daily except Saturday
Eight Weeks Sessioa Ine
Six Weeks SessioB Jane 10
Fonr Weeks Sesswa June
Post Sesskm Aug. l-Aag. 10.
For the summer
with artists and their morks.
session any The University of Nebraska; for housirig for STimmer
resident student carrying eight, state Museum will exhibit dis-students.
semester hours or more will pay plays of fossils, geology, archeo-l Besidence Halls for Wom
a fee of $40-00 and any non-resi-noev. looloev. and health sciences. ' . v- t4 w,! u -j
$80DD. For students carrying less
than ei!ht semester hours in a
i, Diversity sruaents in tne group Building and also on a blackboard! from until 12 a.m.
major in interna tional affairs who! , , , v
Arrangements have been made, wish to take the Foreign Service
school examination in the tail may at-
summer sesskas there will be allocated south of the Men's Fhysi
The Foreign Service Renew
The Museum will be open daily aeeral soroiity houses will be Course is being offered from June
aunxig ine summer sessions. ,)Den for mrornen. Most rooms wffl,iJ " unuzi. cy me w
The six grass-tex tennis courts, ac.orarnodate two girls, though a'of GcjniTjent of George Wash-,
examination ui ice nm may ax-i if I
S?o DfrSerWash-iStudents In Junior Division
To Follow Special Directions
graduated fee depending on the cal Education building, will be ZZ- "r. s r,J The coarse, approved for veter-'3-53.10 iouow special tion, and make it recesssry to reg-
reristration Jor full schedule waHnumber cf semester hours forjtvailable until 830 p.m. daily andtlgS Pw reservations or furthe- ans educational benefits, is an in-1 spririgregisTraiioa sot refcier-igj. Zgajn in September.
JSoepted. h'hi registered. IThis fdnglefee;fee Coliseum pool mill be avail- iSSe l ten-week view deigned g for the summer sessions.
June 15-18 Textbook and Au-will include matriculation, regis- Utie for rwimming in the late aft-1 JLrm .hmili contact the Office prepare candidates for the writ- An appointment with the ad- q jp
dio-all ixMbit. Ration, Student Union, etc It does ernoons en-ery day. WS S -ce examinations to be!vker should be made very soon HUttXPBr I 00100
June 3 B X.ast day on which not include special fees for applied Other activities will delude the v5il All bou.g for women must &v&1 h? tte Foreign Senice tx- in order that a program cf studies i I W
regirtrations and payment of fees musie practice room charges or Sum.mer Sessions ph.y sponsored; tppTOved ty the Office" of the ?iing Board from Sept It to can be arranged for the summer Icnc Cmffin,
-fnThe 4cht-weeks term will bemusical mstrnmeoli. . . wrin U?- session or the fall semester. The LfOSGS rilUQy
Evidence Halls for Men wail Full formation and application date rf fs Scotch liting of car bumpers
al.0 be open. Eesem-ations ? writ-.between May and May 15 u rri"1
.directed to Manager, Men's Eesi-.g",- onior Division stodects wDl, fl to 2 pxi. This mill be the
dene Halls. llfS .TJ! 1&y 3A,19' ?L ilart da. P
As to other bousing in IiBcom.!"1"11 r. , we isiiiury -;eii Students who have cot had their
BBuamg Mocnra ww car bumpers taped will find the
ted in accordance wi A the num- a foTappl;W the tape be-
f" iJSljtweii e Sl building
ruary 1. The numbers for adtrut- P,t Hn The cost of t-
Students in Junior Division trejXLr
June 2B-S0 AU-Teachers Col-jbusiness orguuiiation and man-; My MaH President
lepe conierence. ."t13"1
Juiv a rinal examinations and , engineering, commercial arts, eco-
tv ,nf frmr-u'eeks session. toomics, eoncationai
July W Final examinations and ja n d measurements.
lfBe f six -weeks session. (education, aaigusn,
Lyle Kelson was elected preri
JUr UJC SItuirii'TOa , . ... . I
accepted. courses - cuereo irns year m f - . .
Jur 22-23-All-UniversityjBuminer scnool are: agronomy, ,yQ fSlClSOrl PlCKCC!
n:-.;. snimal hutandrv. art. botany.
1 T ' ' ' ' i
-r-Kr,ir,-r;dent of Xa Mftfc t r-' the ollice ci tut ian oi oTuoent
iwi.s.T:inee1anr m'e.dnpoflav j Affairs will assist married couples
entomology. Elected to assist him were
juyS .rmalexammjmoniuia;geograpny, seoKy, ehiiuuiicj, jireuooii. ji.ary "I,-
rf eirht-weeks session. languages mxm jneraxures, niBuury.iivcexjKii, secretary; ca uaurnen,! ...
1 Post session classes ratnory ana principles ci ruuia- ";nua, uria uonnia vues, jiuo-icuum
in finding sraitable summer living
ne Set May 1 8
IfcAfeUOfc A , . - .. .... . i
beiein. i0113 eoononucs, mamemaTicsciTy cnairman. Cr PIrftrra Pprurninn
ttr: . -nmrnstinrwIimiS Ktrfinr.Trrv. tnusie. Dhilosonhv: Dr. IL O. GarHncnimne. a Tjrj- " rfCIWre neiWIIUIW
'-j ,wt cinri. Infcvsieal education for men and: coin surreon. presented a moie! Pirrores borrowed from
Itite reriEtratioa fees will
excuse a stuaem irom iuu re-
cpcmsibility for H class work.
Inlrvsical education for men and; coin surgeon, presented a movie Pictures
not women, physics, physiology and ; on the use and application of local Union's picture
pi Mil llltl lfM ,
Kditical scieneeJand region! rct."hpna tnHovine must be returned by May 18.
psychology, ro- trie bansuft which was held at the i Students may x&r.e xr.-e picrures day from 4-a.
Union. , to the ActrsTues cm.ce any a.T-
trution. secondary education, so- Dr. E. F. PoweTL Cbe croup s noon from to o pn.
icioiory and ar.uropolcry, speech as riper, reOTiindea the group ths t
o...rinT.c xnjnintioni for en-rmance languages, school adminiS'
tering freKhmen and undergradu
ate transfer Etudents will be ud
Ar h riirBrtinn of the Junior
Divkion and Counseling ServicejCEUon, ana ooiogy ana anaiDmy.joe luieei u4 noon.
The library is under the
hasbeCT canceled due to Ivy Day. XavJil BuJdjr.g and. r .
The Coliseum pool will be open ITT .v. P00v cT A 5 to loot strip ci red tape
three afternoons a m-eek for the J? K5e !? . is plsced on the rear bumper after
the next two weeks for recreational iee? Ior..lJZ?, f1 session tforoper is m-ashed and dried.
Knarylcwtamir It win be open on1 Jft ZTrtz: J iP "i1?"!08 "? "f?1
Tues&av. Wednesday and Thurs- -4 "'c wt- I;OT ene fc&u. cute eoa it,..?..y
tMxj.uiU4-. icaTcaes vac ej e oi ui p proacbmg
Wnnwn sir mrtnwl tn V.sf 1 StufleriS Will mSEIVe Olil t CTlver.
rwi.TJx.irg permit and furnish 'home during the' summer for tbej The Jsycec's are fonsoring the
r-!Twir mn tiit riff 'fall seiTierter fes. if they nave:tramper litine project ucaer tne
and dramatic art, vocational edu- medical school applications should ion's bouse and office committee-lTbere w-Hi be a charge cf ten ousts ipul'ed cards. This W3 tsurt ht'fwfcam of Gorooa Gay, eenkr
iPolly Ackersoa Is chairman.
ipaM uot later lhai. August W.iia Bmixitst AiSaJBistration.
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