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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1953)
Ttiarwfar, June T8, 1953
How Essential Money?
"Upon a good foundation a rood building may be raised, and
the best foundation in the world is money?
Before readers eritkice this writer of suddenly adopting a
pure mercenary philosophy, and begin t throw back the fa
miliar retort of "Money is the root of all evil," I would like to
elear up this misquoted saying which correctly reads, according
to I Timothy, "The l.rr of money is the root of all evil.
This changes oyr idea entirely. We now realize that it is the
worship of money which influences evil, and not the practical,
necessary function of ?t, which may produce much good.
It is U this sort of rood that the University will direct the
recent 15 million dollar appropriation from the Legislature. Then,
indeed, will a good building, the University, be raised on a good
Although the University originally asked for a 16.2 million
tax fund allocation, administration officials were pleased with the
final outcome. The fact that the Legislature went above Governor
Crosby's recommendation of 14.5 million dollars is quite unusual
and largely attributed to the fine relations established between, the
Legislature and the University. No better tribute can be made to
Chancellor Gustavson, upon his leaving the University, than his
record with the 1953 Legislature. "
All tax supported institutions, such as the University, depend
greatly upon their relations with the Legislature. It is greatly
because of the confidence thai the Chancellor has built up with
the Legislature, that a favorable appropriation was made.
The University of Nebraska is the people of Nebraska's invest
Nancy Weir, director of Union
summer activities, announced
the agenda of special events for
next week. ,
Friday: Square Dance, S pja..
Union ballroom, Lloyd Collier
Sunday: Free movie, "Har
vey," in Union ballroom. 7:30
Tuesday: Phi Delta Kappa
luncheon. Handicraft, " p.m. to
9;S0 p.m., in Craft Shop.
Wednesday: Bridge lessons, 4
p.m., in the Union, Bob Ratner,
instructor, Sigurd Rascher, con
cert, S p.m.. Union ballroom.
Thursday: Sport Shorts,
-Baseball Today," at 11:45 in
the lounge. Mental Hygiene
panel discussion, '"Who does
What" 4 p.m., in Parlors ABC
You Don't Say
By JOTCE JOHNSON
What's in the wind? seems to
be the leading conversation topic
Graduation festivities. Jut
In exchange, the University provides the dividends of in- marriages, summer vacation plans.
Saxophonist To Give Concert
The second in the Summer Ar
tists Series, Sigurd Rascher, saxo
phonist, will present a concert in
the Union ballroom, Wednesday,
at 8 p.m.
Rascher studied at the Acad
emy of Music, in Suttgart, Ger
many and lived in Berlin from
1931 to 1932 where he met many
noted composers. He made his
debut at Deutsches Tonkuenstler
Fest in Hanover, Germany in Oc
tober of 1932. Since then he has
travelled through Egypt, India,
Austria, New Zealand, Germany
He made his American debut in
1939 with the Boston Symphony
and the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra. Since then, he has tra
velled extensively throughout the
United States, giving concerts.
No admission will be charged.
struetion, research, and public services. The boundaries of
University's campus are actually the boundaries of the State of
Sweden, Kansas, Iowa Offer
interesting Financial Ideas
the sporadic tornadoes, and the on-
Nebraska. Therefore it is the rjeoDle's resrsonsibililv and nrivilrre , .. :..: T c.-,ZJU-rr trrVir: arvw-.t sh tv.Hiret. Simmons.
- . . i i -v. m i . . j , j ui .Lj j . . i. j i tair a .
SS Abraham Lincoln Jean
Sit: Alexander Hamilton
Xews seething more startling money and currency. The Univer-I
.,w-. Kit 4,T-m of Kansas is also concerned Janet Letgn.
'PIZZAI It seems that everyone has with the problem of currency,! -. amww jacisoa ner Au-
been miking pilgrimages to the however, in a slightly different lJz
nearest pizzeria to partake of that aspect. 1 . . LIJSsr S. Grant Cyd
rich dough v mixture which has aj A Kaasaa columnist beUevessse,
little bit of every thing in it .This that it Is about time the country 1 ' Enmia Fraukliu Deb-
sounds like some of the original changed its currency. The pro- e Reynolds.
beverages a few of our illustrious posal is to change the pictures on William McKinley Jeaa
t-iTvir. :t) mi f nrv .Peters,
i i trover
to support their institution. r
If the Universaty is to progress, or tf it is to fall back, de
pends upon the arpropriatioRs it receives from state tax funds.
The future of 1953-55 has been lighted brighUy by the action of
teAWltllllUIIVII Wt,uM..M. - san Harward.
What aetSau is educate 'advice to any rective Euro-j J" hUiM
President Emeritus Charles Nelson Pace of Hamline University." In Germany the word for ice is deuoounatWns of currency ap- 0h weJ3 e4ch Jo hls own cpLn
tVy expressed his vie-s on this widev-discussed subject, the same as the one for ice cream. P"5 the Ptn fr5""rer7' ion!
Mr. Pace said that education is not 5ust a reparation for life ' This resulted iu a slight disan- o MV" i -4r
suoem. oei vae wm: i
it is a part of life. More significant than the equipment for some for s,"rJ1 1?7
, . .. .. clefs woo wauuerea into a oer-
fraijiful occupation or the exercise of mental discipline are the ene XJ afin M inj
"Questions: w hat has it done to you?
personality? What do you prefer in readinc. music, friends? What ! w ice, please.
d vna stjm fnr m--n wwvrsi icnc -4 - Did you ever have
sirable citen? Has education and the desire for scIf-L-r.provement ,ftf 5f wtt or-T ? ?. hand over
Still on the subject of roonev.
a il.. :,v. . v : . : .v . : a
j- i,j,4 tit...! -ill, iw ni- . . cl owa State freshman spends
a let down!
left a deposit of culture cm your inner life?
Dorothy CWieid iu mm of her books wrote, "X0 one ran do
jnrare for the common weal thxx Jest to live as finely, &s beauti
fully, and as intelligently as possible."
Somerset Maughn recently declared, "-Culture is not
craameai. n ts an express.on ol a nation s character, and at the' that not orOy was
same time is a powerful instrument to mold character. The end of ionly a P131 of nuts from the
v-ijvum s his rsaivis on anT- .1 . - t .
martini . e; rurm ine past coi-
; " V ege year, in compiling the fig-
What m" i.t7, V... w i1" srrcy totalled money
10 me octtct naii. cpent m tuitioi. room nA Krrrt
j SpeakWof disappointoents a'gg". Stoe TrimS, dlpar? Me- Pon,
Miifvr,,-, i-.-,--:4S money, dui me ireasury oepair contributinnc tn?t kki-,w
complaint when she spoke out Uvtvvft clothir and prcfessicnal services
. .v ,. ..v: 1 scheme, which we re sure it will) I, w.-j .
tust an on the campus. Hex quarrel was .? JZgV:l?Z? beauticians. The freshmen women
she receiving . spent an average of S354 for
"K" clothes. Fraternity men averaped
For the infrequent $2 bill, a $213. dormitory
jwr. face cocttBued to say Uut natuTalhr there is the matin- lf sv, -nr 4-iti tv.a4 r-a-n -- n'v Th-mas Iffferswn wa sui- pni;- r., 7
w - V xhw w-h . " o iu jjj 1U iM4 SYTVWnaM
f a livelihood, home making, and chic and school duties foM
consuice out days and our energy. There are books to read, pic
tares to see., and places to go. But what do you have left over?
What are the ultimate attitudes? What do ym have within thai
has snade life worth Things
Thus, according ; - Mr. Pace, culture, in one
pested. For the $10,000 bill, Sarah averaged $247. Whm it rrr
-lawspw tne air over suca cnurcniu .was reccaranenoea 10 paymg, it was determined. Dad
an experience tool However, may- please Winnie, who is understood paid rooet cf the bill.
:be they have had to hold back, to get a good number of these; ,
jsome peanuts for taxes I know anyhow. Salmon P. Chase doesxft
one thing, after the go rerrmnent ' crai fit. The Michigan State News has
s-philosoohv r! deducts, what the average citizen! .A- .made a few observations.
life developed through : processes cf education, means von fc!11 ieTl.1 Veanuis. Here's the rest of the completed The one who start a fight can
somethme to turn o to .4V. ' , , ne" Vlhfc :usuaUy run tte fastest.
' c . - vj . i-aij4.ijj ibm ni Jfru iwriiBni
under tension and a in what may aDX?ar irre-lpi-z
It is a kind of mental insaraace oa witicla one pays costly
p.Tnuns acrosa me years, then receive valued dividends
competence and courage and character.
one from the otber.'
furnishes relaxation just learned tfcsx portions of Cl"
Days fleated over the Swedish1
and Danish airwaves this spring.
A reowest was received by Uui- I
versity of Colorado from An&a
Lewm Eracsoou, former student
from Stockholm, Sweden, who
was attending CU, for a program
from the University to be uused by
(he Swedish National Broadcast
ing nerwork and by the Danish
uGive me the serenity to accent what hi w National Broadcasting company.
ww the eoorage to change what can be changed. The wisdom u'knM CU l)rr was uelec ted to typify
ue university, xiim Lncsooa also
Keittbeld Mebuhr- plans to write a book oa her ex-
Slogan f Alcoholics Anonymous . f'T" cT ""f"
larly is Boulder. She coslda t
have packed a better subject!
Getting back to the topic cf
weather my only adx'ice is coined
from Will Rogers who said, "lf
you don't like the weather, wait
a minute, but also remember, as
Milton Berie points out, -"It's
bigger than both of us.!
George Anson, professor of pi
ano at Texas Wesley an Universir.
IT,. P1Z "Lv.rJTJ rfit15IJMm,!"r 01 .J7 rf t! f"- wm present a concert June 25, a.
re pereonulU- reeponsU) lor what ihey ay vHtioi cause t jrrlmad. 1 ' P m tBe oTUOn DailTOOm.
Sttbscriptlon rat are $2.M ier neBtr, J2Ji0 jxsr semester aieilad. or' Anson, Who is guest instructor
j u iiw xne oiiep year. 4.mu iniiTiecT. smpie copy Sc. JUjImowmJ dtUty during: lor AU-StSte, V'i,l play IJVC SC
y the Unlwerslly of itorsk tmcler the imvervtnum of ttte f itictkm Bwrii, TW-4rw r-t-ariuc ad Tar-
ttie school year Hsept Montm: and Saturdays, v&etLticma and muBUimtieB perwde, j LecaAOT1: j "UI "u lfr
jiuoimhed weeniy clurtng summer choo for eirtit weelar. Entier u Second Clans IianSUTl and HOTnmage a Ha
lattr.t trie Pcmt Mm In Uneola, Utbrak. onder Ac of Conrrew, Mired 'Tneau 7V Dt-busv M wementS
3X7. and t apectel rate iortajae mrovKied ofr In secUon 11H, KoL oi OojuImt t, V.,,, ,,tV "tj rv.
jyi7, atuiwriaed September 10. XK22. i FeipeTllPIS, try J aUlne, ITie
! Island SpfiH by Ireland, and "Al-
EmTOIlIAL Earbarn" by Bartok.
J&Ultor ........ .CyntUiu Ucooeraun
$1: George Vl'a&hiugtoB Joanne Mr. Jekyll: A pedestrian. Mr.
Dru. Hyde: Same guy behind a w-heeL
n fsumrrter ycrbrcsltan. nd The Xalrjr TJl)ra.kiin. e-e putfhehed
Torwrits 01 xi viivrity ot ieorufK8 -:ireKMion ol rtuil-nts' twwc urid tipttiions
wnry. AeordiTif; to Articke H of the Ey !.- nvertilt)g tituttem publtcatltme and
ailmimsLered the Butrd of Fublicetkjn. - Jt u the o-clured pjUcy of tie Board
puaiiconorw uncier lie juristiictuin ahull t tree rrtrni editorial ceneonrtiiB
Bualnen I ana per diet Btneer
For any information reBardtne ttrw oodubI ttt the Sumnter Weiteraakaau
Oait Summer eDraeaaa tiffiae MaaatLf or TueecUijr afternooa or evening.
yor tnformaUon Tecaxdlnc kusttteeo m advertialng can Cbet Buer at Dm,
T&& yB ever setiee thai the
letters l tbe word m" are
eomsss-meS I the isiti&l Irtten
f tiewws ?Srt&. East, West
and Senth. the idaceu from
i urtocre Innw" orgiaates?
"Boy! What u roush scbodauo Twm mmL. rvw
,B L awookor L pkya. od. X piu-ball . tapper .
puu i a mom rop Eagliu,
at 18 u, m. Emu-'
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