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Thursday, May 14, 1953
To Begin June 8th
Summer school night classes,
scheduled to begin June 8 and
ending August 1, will include six
credit classes and several special
Registration for the "twilight
classes" should be made before
June 8 in Room 101, Architectural
Hall. The cost of enrollment is
$7.50 per credit hour, for the ac
credited classes, and $8 for the
Accredited courses are those
carrying credit hours applicable
toward graduation requirements.
Courses include: business or
ganization 24-c, office manage
ment. This class, under the di
rection of J. O. Burnett, begins
June 8 with a prerequisite of
business organization 4. The
course carries 2 hours credit.
English 76-c is a course in En
glish for the foreign born. G. Fer
guson will direct the course which
opens June 9 and carries three
hours of credit
Mechanical engineering 235-c,
management engineering, may be
entered by permission and is un
der the direction of I. L. Reis. The
class beginning June 9, carries
three credit hours.
Political science 2-c, foreign
governments and polictics, under
the direction of R. J. Morgan, be
gins June 9 with political science
1 as a prerequisite and has three
Sociology 53-c, introduction to
sociology, under the direction of
A. P. Bates, begins June 8 with
second semester freshman stand
ing or above as a prerequisite. The
Group To Hold
The eighth annual Intercol
legiate Institute on the United
Nations will meet In New York
City June 14-20.
The purpose of the conference
is to bring college students from
every section of the United States
for a week's intensive study of
UN delegates, Secretariat mem
bers, and international relations
officials will lead informal discus
sion on vital UN issues. In addi
tion to first hand study of United
Nations program and progress,
students will plan campus UN ac
tivities for the coming year and
will formulate recommendations
for United States policy in the
The Institute also serves as the
annual Collegiate Council for the
United Nations and new officers
will be elected at its conclusion.
So far the Collegiate Council
nas grown to include campus
groups at Z5u colleges.
mi t ti
iaa xnsutute is open to any
college student interested in the
UN, with preference given to stu
dents returning to college. Regis
tration lee and room and board
will amount to $42.50.
Application blanks and further
Information may be obtained from
the Collegiate Council for the
United Nations, 45 East 65th
Street, New York 21, New York.
Institute Of Foreign Trade
To Offer Training Program
Seniors receiving their bache
lor's degree this spring, in any
of the arts or sciences are eligi
ble to apply for admission to the
American Institute for Foreign
Tradein Phoenix, Ariz.
Applicants with a bachelor's de
gree will work toward the bache
lor or master of foreign trade de
gree. However, students with two
years of college work or the
equivalent may qualify for a
basic certificate of graduation.
The one-year course leading to
the Foreign trade degree or the
certificate provides basic train
ing in six areas of the Institute's
im. j .
ine xwo-year masters course
tiers the opportunity to special
The six areas of the curriculum
1. International commerce.
2. international bankinir.
3. International marketing and
4. government service.
6. government service.
5. foreign trade domestic.
6. foreign assignment techni
The training is designed to meet
the requirements of employers
looking for men and women of
executive caliber for their foreign
operations. The student's individ
ual program is based on his pre
vious college training.
The curriculum embraces three
In the department of foreign
trade, actual commercial situa
tions are approximated. Courses
in this department are character
istics of world trade, export-import
finance and procedure, do
mestic and foreign marketing,
advertising and selling, account
ing for management, commercial
law, and management and per
The department of srea studies
Perfect fit for perfect comfort
Teall appreciate their fine
leathers, steel arch support and
fine fit of these ankle-hogging
Drsclfiold Shoe Service
240 N. ISth
course carries three hours of
Special non-credit classes are:
secretarial accounting, improve'
ment of reading efficiency and a
study of great music.
Two credit hour classes meet
once each week from 6:45 p.m. to
9:40 p.m. Three credit hour
classes meet twice each week
from 6:45 p.m. until 8:45 p.m.
If there are an insufficient
number of students registered for
a course so that it is not pre
sented, full tuition will be re
funded to those students who did
register for the course. If students
drop . after June 13, tuition not
used up will be refunded, less $3,
Further information may be ob
tained by contacting the Univer
sity Extension Division in Room
101 of Architectural Hall.
Examinations for librarians in
federal agencies in Washington,
D. C, and vicinity will be given
by the United States Civil Service
Commission in Omaha and Lin
Education and experience re
quirements include a four-year
course in the University supple
merited by 30 semester hours of i
study in library science.
Application forms for persons
wishing to take this examination
may be secured at the post office.
librarians in the federal service
work in research programs, clas
sify books, catalog materials and
advise readers in the use of books
and libraries. The beginning sal
ary is $3,410 a year.
Further information about the
examination and requirements
may be obtained by writing to
the United States Civil Service
Commission, Washington 25, D. C.
Tri-K Club To Sponsor
Saturday Contest, Dinner
All agricultural students are
eligible to enter in the annual
crop judging and seed identifica
tion contest to be held Saturday
in the Agronomy building.
The contest will start at 8:30
and all contestants should register
in room 244 of the Agronomy
building by 8:15.
Three divisions are set up this
year to give an equal chance to
all contestants. Awards will be
presented to the winners of the
contest at a banquet in the eve
ning. The contest and banquet are
sponsored by the Tri-K Club.
Deadline Set May 18
For Returning Pictures
Pictures borrowed from the
Union's picture lending library
must be returned by Monday.
Students may take the pictures
to the Activities Office any,after
noon from 3 to 5 p.m.
The library is under the Union's
house and office committee. Polly
ACKerson is cnairman.
surveys the economic, geographic,
social, and cultural essentials of
major world areas: Latin Ameri
ca; The Far East; Western Europe;
and international relations.
In the language department, in
struction is contered around the
spoken language of daily busi
ness and social life. Conversa
tion classes conducted by native
Latin American and European in
structors are augmented by lab
oratory work and extra-curricular
activities utilizing the foreign
Instruction is provided in be
ginning, intermediate and ad
vanced French, Spanish and Por
tuguese. Registration for the fall semes
ter will be held Sept. 9.
Applications should be sent to
the Director of Admissions,
American Institute for Foreign
Trade, P. O. Box 191, Phoenix,
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THE mMKMtS Of PAYING
VOUBGI UPE INSURANCE
PCEMIUMS ANNUALLY, SEMH
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INSTEAD OF MOMMY
Offered By Builders
Bill Devries, business manager
of the 1953-1954 Student .Direc
tory, has announced the oppor
tunity for any student who will
he in Lincoln this summer to sell
advertisements for the Builder's
A Builders meeting will be held
for interested students Wednesday
at 5 p.m. in Room 316 of the Un
ion. Builders pays 10 per cent com
mission on each advertisements
sold and Builders activity credits
will be given.
Students desiring more infor
mation may call Devries at 2-7835
To Head Tour
Professor Ralph O. Nafziger,
director of the School of Jour
nalism, University of Wisconsin,
is conducting Foreign Assignment,
a 75 day tour.
The participants in the tour will
visit seven countries in Western
Eurdpe and Scandinavia and will
study current political, economic,
and social problems of these
countries. Journalism, radio and
television will receive special at
The problem includes seminars
and study visits to the Interna
tional Court of Justice at The
Hague, UNESCO and the Mutual
Security Agency in Paris, Su
preme Headquarters Allied Pow
ers Europe (SHAPE). United
Nations headquarters in Geneva
and the International Press In
stitute in Zurich.
Organized and sponsored by
Travel and Study, Inc., of New
York, tne touring group will
leave New York on June 30 and
will return on September 12 at
the total cost of $1,175 per stu
This tour is available to any
one and further information can
be obtained by writing to Travel
and Study, Inc., 110 East 57th
Street, New York 22, New York.
A general meeting of the Uni
versity Flying Club, which any
student interested in flying may
attend, will be held Thursday at
8 p.m. in Union Parlor X.
The flying club, which recently
purchased its first plane, has now
obtained two planes.
Good Soil To Replace Debris, Cinders
Being Removed From Memorial Mall
The big hole in the middle of
Memorial Mall is not a future
Dirt is being removed from the
center of the Mall to make room
for new dirt. This U not as use
less as it sounds.
Lloyd H. Burt, office manager
of the division of buildings and
grounds, said the ground is be
ing regraded so water will drain
off instead of settling to the cen
ter as it has been doing.
The dirt being removed is ac
tually debris composed of cind
ers and will be replaced by good
To place a classified ad
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ARB YOU WORKING YOUR WAY
THROUGH COLLEOK? THE WHITB
CROSS PLAN OV HOSPITALIZATION
la Hatting mall iturlenU over 21 ytan
of g who hv can and llva In N
br&nka and a dcilr to arn a good llvlog
during aumtner vacation.
You may wall pay for your naxt tarm
and ba abla to put money in tha bank
In raprenantlng . our company In tha 3
month you hava during tha aummar.
, Our man ara averaging between 185 and
160 per week repreaentlng tha White
Croaa Plan ana receive qualified lead.
You will b working out of either our
Lincoln, Omaha, or Grand Ialand Offlcee,
depending on where you live.
It win pay you well to Investigate our
proposition before deciding what you
will do with your time during tha vaca
Pleaae contact Mr. Skjel at 2-931 or
114 No. 12 anytime during tha -weak
from now until school ends.
Lost between Student .Union and Andrewa,
Wednesday 11th. Mortar Board Pin.
Saye Sarah Fulton on back. Call 1-847
This position is for helper on the drapery
truck Hours ars 1-4:15 P.M. dally,
Saturday 8:00 A.M. -12:00. Duties con
stat of helping Install draperies in eus
turner's homes. Apply employment office
7th floor. Miller Paine.
Daily Nebraskan Want Ads Bring
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FUTURE FAMILY FORESEEN
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a temporary resident at the AOPi house, is soon to Become tne
mother of a litter of kittens. Although not the official mascot,
Zeta will remain at the house after her impending: motherhood is
an accomplished fact.
Spellman Named As Leader
For Social School Institute
Professor Dorothea Spellman of
the School of Social Work at the
University of Denver will be in
stitute leader at the first of an
annual series of Group Social In
stitutes beins offered by the Uni
versity. Graduate School of Social
Work on May 15 and lb in umana.
This institute is being sponsored
as a community service and is de
signed for all members of recrea
tional, leisure-tune ana msiuu
tional agencies who work profes
sionally with people in groups.
Theme of the institute will be a
round-up of current trends and
practices in the fields. Emphasis
will be placed on group work
methods and services to youth and
Miss SDellman is known in the
field of social welfare, and aside
from her academic record she has
several years experience in the
YWCA, public relations settle
ments and camps. i
She is a member of the National
Committee of the American Asso
ciation of Group Workers, and the
American Camping Association.
She is on the National Personnel
Committee of the Camp Fire Girls,
The Mall will be resodded in
ten days if the weather permits,
Censure is the tax a man pays
to the public for being eminent.
Ola Olson came into the village
one day and inquired of the res
taurant proprietor, "Got
"No," said the restaurant man,
"but I can slip you a little Old
"Aye don't vant to fly," said
Ole. "Aye yust vant to yump
I around a little."
4226 for (11.
Mom. thn hi,
SHOE) salesman for Summer vacation, earn
while attsndlng Summer school or work
full tlms. Apply Mr. Crawford, Magee's
alios department, iz st ' u .
Camera Fans Your opportunity to save
tit on your camera and photographic
purchases, t hava an agency with a
New York warehouse and oan affect
substantial savings for you. Hava ovsr
on a Kodak Bantam, over 120 on a
Retina II A, and hundreds of other simi
lar savings. Also handle typawrltars,
wire recorders, and other appliances.
For details anil or see Jim Blachof at
Man's Dorm A, 2-7601.
For sal lUfil Chevrolet. Excellent condi
tion 18,01)0 miles, metallc blue finish,
radio and heater, full accessories. May
De seen at Logan Texaco, lttth and (4
Streets, or oall Pats Bergaten, 4-1713 or
'47 Hudson SIX Redan, Priced to sell. Good
condition. R U. Good rubber. 8. D.
SLEXICLOon, newly patented sport slip-
rsr, divided tor sections In step to toe,
I Strap sslecttone, washable, 15.95 A
I6.SS. Phone -87fl9.
1652 Ford Victoria, completely qulppd,
8,00 Omlles. Joe Krause, 1T01 "B".
Phons 2-7741 aftsr 5 jp.m.
Wanted riders to Los AnftslM or vlalnlty.
f'sn take four. Leaving as soon as pos
sible. Phone 6-1044.
FOR FURRY FELINE . . . Zeta,
Incomorated and has been asso
ciated with the National Social
Welfare Assembly for several
The institute will be given at
the Omaha YWCA located at 17th
and Harney Streets.
Recently-discovered carrier of
a virus causing wheat mosaic dis
ease, a tiny microscopic mite, has
been found in Nebraska fields, ac
cording to the University College;
of Agriculture officials.
The discovery of the mite and
its identification, regarded as the
first concrete step in attempting to I
formulate control measures for the
disease, was coincidental with the
collection of many samples of
mosaic-infected wheat in south-
central Nebraska. Dr. Robert Sta
ples, of the entomology depart
ment, examined the samples for
the mite. Subsequent experiments
have proven that the mite is gen
eral in Nebraska, at least this
The spreading of the wheat
mosaic disease has been' of ma
jor concern to farmers and plant
pathologists and entomologists at
the University for some time.
There is a tree of the disease
throughout the entire wheat pro
ducing area, reaching epidemic
proportions in a few local areas
in the state. These areas are lo
cated in the southern portion of
Harlan county, northern Chase
county, southern Lneyenne count,
and northern Kimball county,
possible now to estimate the dam
age which may be done in the
heavily-infected fields. At pres
ent, there is no known control, be
cause the time of year when infec
Plant pathologists say it is im-
Thursday, Friday and
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wltk t lr-log
Streak Iwadt, powerful AC
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hondioano gilt com.
The omoilnj bwdgat-fKlcod
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Streak heodt. Contour hav
ing, AC-DC motor, other
premium fee lures ert now
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Birth To Kittens
vGreat things are expected at the
Zeta, the AOPi's stray Persian
cat, is expecting baby kittens in
about three weeks.
She acquired her name from
Zeta Chapter of Alpha Omicron
Pi and the new kittens have
names already chosen for them,
pending their arrival.
The sorority is hoping for trip
lets so they will conform to their
new names, Alpha, Omicron and
Pi. If there are any extras the
chapter will give them away:
About two months ago, Zeta
walked into the sorority house,
and made herself at home on one
of the couches and from that time
on, she has taken up official resi
On several occasions Zeta has
presented problems. In one case
it was the question of the maid
or Zeta. By mistake, the cat was
left in the house overnignt ana
the maid had work to do the fol
lowing morning, but the problem
was solved and both stayed. Zeta
now spends her evening on the
. "She has the bad habit of sleep
ins on the eirl's good clothes,"
Bicky Nedrow said, "especially
fur coats." Miss Nedrow is one
of Zeta's caretakers.
Polly Stratton, another of Zeta's
caretakers taid the girls are con
tinually swiping food at dinner
to aid Zeta's appetite.
One of the grils who despises
tion occurs is unknown. Possible
controls may be found in the use
of systemic insecticides and vari
eties of wheat incomptatable to
The mite, discovered by Dr.
John T. Slykhuis, cereal patholo
gist in the Department of Agricul
ture, Canada, fs colorless, elon
gated and spindle-like hi form.
Because of its microscopic sizes,
it is transported from wheat field
to wheat field by the wind. As
the mites feed, the wheat leaves
roll up along their long axis, and
become yellow mottled or striated.
Win Photo Contest
Junior Knoble and John Ober
mire were declared the winners of
the Ag photo contest Tuesday.
Knobel won the scenery divi
sion and Obermire won the ac
tivity division. .
Each winner received a cash
prize along with , having ! their
names engraved on the photo
plaque in the Ag Union.
Sponsored by the Ag Union
house committee, this event will
be held annually. Gene Kerr was
chairman in charge of the con
test. Judges for the contest were Hal
Allen, assistant extension editor
and Don Lodge, art director of
a local TV station.
VICE CHECK UP
IN OUR STOREI
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cats was having trouble with her
back and was using a heatiiTj pad
Miss Stratton said, and wb,n she
left the room, ZeU quttkly
sprawled out on the warm pad.
When the girl returned, harsh
words were spoken.
One of her favorite habits is
"plopping" down on the book of
a studying girl, she said.
For June 11
The University's annual All
State High School Fine Arts
course will be in session on the
campus from June 11 to July 1,
Director David Foltz, chairman of
the University's music depart
ment, has announced.
Instruction in music, art and
speech will be offered some 300
outstanding high school students.
Deadline for applications has beenk
extended to May 8, Mr. Foltz said.w
A. limited number of places are
open to speech and art students
and stringed instrument players.
The All-State Band will be di
rected this year by Donald A.
Lentz, conductor 'of the Univer
sity bands. Emanuel Wishnow, di-
rector of the University Sym
phony orchestra, will again con
duct the All-State orchestra, and
Foltz the chor
A new feature will be an oper-
Alt's tirrtftcVirtr nnlow tha
1 f . T T U 1
i iiuji ui xviuiiis xidj'ea, inula sup-
erviser in the Scottsbluff public
schools. A selected group of stu
! dents will produce a Gilbert and
i Sullivan operetta,
j Speech students will have an
opportunity to take courses in
radio in addition to the usual pro
gram of work in dramatics, de
bate and discussion, choric and
original speaking, and interpre
tive reading. Bruce Kendall, as-a.
sistant professor of speech and w
dramatic art at the University,
will be coordinator of the All
State speech section.
The art section, which is under
the supervision of Manfred L.
Keiler, assistant professor of art
at the University, will offer in
dividual and group instruction ia
drawing, painting and sculpture.
For Faculty Guest
Registration cards and plastie
holders for use by campus visitors
who are guests of faculty mem
bers are available to faculty mem
bers at the Public Relations Of
fice, Administration annex 1.
The cards, which have a design
utilizing the University seal, pro
vide space for the visitor's name
and address. They are designed
to be pinned to a coat lapel.
instruction in hew ! utt
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cleaning, oiling and adjtf&J
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