The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 27, 1953, Page Page 4, Image 4

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    Tuesday, October 27, 1953
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Cosmopolitans Hold Meeting
Members of the Cosmopolitan
Club executive council are
shown during a meeting to
plan social activities for the
coming year. Pictured above
are: (from left to right) Va-
Union Crib
Ballroom, Kitchen
Receive Attention
Improved lighting and a new
back bar for the Crib, a new
floor and increased storage
space for the Ballroom these
are only "the more obvious fea
tures" of the renovation work
done at the Union during the
past summer, says Duane E.
Lake, Union managing director.
was viewed as most necessary,
Lake said, because of the Crib's
popularity with the students. In
addition to the back bar with
its more modern design and the
improvement in lighting, a new
cashier's stand and showcase
have been added to the furnish
ings. According to Lake, when the
increase in enrollment is suffi
cient to warrant the building of
. a Union annex, a new Crib will
be located there.
floor has been installed and
underlaid with plywood for sup
port. The false window on the
west end has been replaced by
French doors, behind which is
a new storage and service room.
New chairs have also been pro
vided, at a cost of $11,000.
Extensive reconditioning was
also done in the kitchen. Sev
eral ovens were replaced, and
additional ovens were provided.
All cooking equipment is now
stainless steel.
FUTURE UNION projects are
equally extensive, Lake said.
The major project will be a ren
ovation of the Main Lounge,
' with division into smaller, more
intimate areas and a more mod
ern decor. Also planned is work
on Parlors X, Y and Z, to har
monize with the new appear
ance of Parlors A, B and C,
which have been recently up
holstered. Union Talent
Show Heads
Committee chairmen for the
Union talent show have been
Sharon Webb is in charge of
the rehearsals and Patty Ellis
will direct the program and pub
licity. Ralph Hayward will head
the construction of the backdrop
and Julie Beal the painting.
THE SHOW, sponsored by the
Union general entertainment
section, will be held Nov. 8 re
placing the usual Sunday night
Union movies. The theme and
judges of the annual event will
be announced in the Nebraskan.
Alain Feature Clock
Varsity: "From Here To
Eternity," 1:00, 3:07, 5:14, 7:21,
State: "City That Never
Sleeps," 2:52, 6:11, 9:30; "Sweet
hearts On Parade," 1:22, 4:11,
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Lois Miner, Dr. Lucile Cy
preansen, sponsor; Thomas
Iwand. Standing are John Me
thuselah (left) and John
Zacharia. (Nebraskan Photo.)
Cosmopolitan Club
To Sponsor Party
The Cosmopolitan Club will
open its social season with a
Halloween party for American
students and students from
other lands Saturday at 8 p.m.
in Parlors XYZ of the Union.
An international floor show
featuring music, singing, and
dancing from all over the world
will spot-light the evening. So
cial dancing and refreshments
will follow the show.
The first official meeting of
the Cosmopolitan Club is sched
uled for November 4, at 7:30
p.m. in Room 313, Union. Dr. I.
J. Domas will speak on "Thirty
six Years of Russian Revolu
tion." The Cosmopolitan Club is
open to members who are
Americans as well as all foreign
students. Its purpose is to foster
friendly international relation
ships and understanding among
all students. .
Union Lounge
Contains 64
The largest exhibit yet under
taken by Life Magazine, Memor
able Life Photographs, is being
shown in the Main Lounge of
the Union until Oct. 31.
These 187 photographs have all
been published in the magazine
at one time or another during
the first 15 years of its existence
(1936-1951) and include the
work of some of America's best
known photographers. The pic
tures were selected from many
thousands by Edward Steichen,
distinguished Director of the
Museum of Modern Art's De
partment of Photography.
AMONG THE 64 photographs
represented are such photogra
phers as Henri , Carier-Bresson,
Margaret Bourke-White, W. Eu
gene Smith, Alfred Eisentaedt,
Fritz Goro, Carl Mydans, An
dreas Feininger, David Douglas
Duncan, Leonard McComb, Phil
lippe Halsman and Dmitri Kes
sel. Look like
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Applications Being Accepted For
( The National Science Founda
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750 graduate and postdoctoral
fellowships for study in the
sciences for the 1954-1955 aca
demic year.
The fellowships, offered I
most scientific fields, are ope
only to citizens of the United
States and are awarded solely
on the basis of ability.
STUDENTS studying for mas
ters' or doctoral degrees are
eligible for graduate fellowships
at the first, intermediate, or
terminal year levels of gradu
ate study. College seniors ma
joring in sciences who expect to
Social Science Grants
Available To Students
Stipends To Assist Research
Fellowships and granb in
social science research have been
announced for 1954.
Applications are due by Jan
4, 1954, at the Washington office
of the Social Science Research
Council, 726 Jackson Place, N.W.,
Washington 6. D. C. Circulars
giving complete information can
be obtained from Dean W. A.
Militzer of Arts and Science
college. All awards are re
stricted to permanent residents
of the United States or Canada.
lowshins are offered for ad
vanced research training to grad
uate students who have fulfilled
all Ph. D. requirements except
the dissertation and to Ph. D.'s
under 35 years of age who desire
further training. The fellowship
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but has not had an opportunity
to develop his talents because of
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ground or region of business.
between the ages of 22 and 35
and should have completed their
general education.
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will range from $3000 to $5000.
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are eligible to apply for a post
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test scores and recommenda
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not have to take the examina
tions. Scientists chosen by the
National Academy of Sciences
will evaluate the qualifications.
Final selection will be made by
committee will fix the granted
amount, which may range from
$2,500 to $3,500.
Available to college juniors
nominated by faculty supervis
ors is the Undergraduate Re
search Stipends for supervised
research during the summer pre
ceedlng the senior year. The
holders of' this grant may be
offered First-Year Graduate
Study Fellowships at the end of
their senior year. Candidates are
to be nominated on promise and
ability rather than previous
training. The stipend will per
mit forty appointments annually
in 1954 and 1955. Approximate
grants are $600 each for students
and faculty supervisors.
lowships will be awarded for
three-year terms to young social
science teachers. Selection will
be on the basis of actual accomp
lishments demonstrated by sig
nificant research carried out
after receiving the doctoral de
gree or its equivalent. One half
of each appointee's salary in ad
dition to $1,000 per year will be
Individuals working on their
own research projects may re
ceive financial help thru the
Grants-in-Aid of Research Pro
gram. The program is available
only to mature social scientists
who are not candidates for aca
demic degrees. Grants will not
exceed $1,500.
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and he'd give you his shirt to go
with it.
One day he realized that this habit
f always saying "Yes" to the Big
Question was costing him a Pretty
Penny. So he became a Hard Man to
Get To. Letters, phone calls and per
sonal visits all encountered a secre
tary with a face like a flint arid a
4-word vocabulary. ("He's out of
This was Rough on the Old School,
but nobody had a solution until the
football coach, a Brain in his own
right, came up with a Magnificent
but Simple Idea. He dashed down
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Postdoctoral applications must
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The fellowships provide oppor
tunities for research work either
on or off the campus. Under the
jurisdiction of the University Re
search Council, the fellowships
are not granted for the purpose
of pursuing research to be used
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members serving their first year
on the faculty. , .
The fellowships carry a stipend
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Application forms may be ob
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the theme that unless some Noble
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thing are back on a Normal Finan
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Courtciy Sunday 'Journal and Star
University Buys Building
The Board of Reeents of the
University has purchased the
Campus Inn. 508 North 14 to
be used presumably for ex
pansion purposes. According to
the University Purchasing Of-
Library Staff Releases
Semi-Monthly Book List
Interest, Subject
Staff Writer
' Love library's staff has sub
mitted its semi-monthly book
list which again contains ma
terial rangirtg widely in interest
and subject matter.
Both sides of the question
which gave the Republican
Party a foothold in the South is
reviewed in Ernest Hartley's
"The Tidelands Oil Contro
versy." Mirra Komarovsky takes up an
old subject in a new way in
writing about "Women in the
Modern World."
SOMETHING useful for the
campus leader is discussed in
Joseph Glass's book "How to
Plan Meetings and Be a Success
ful Chairman."
One of the fastest growing
problems in the United States
and the western world with the
emphasis on a better under
standing and a possible solution
of the problem of the aged is
discussed by Albany in "Enrich
ing the Years."
"Round the World on a Post
age Stamp," tells about one of
the few successful world organ-
formal Pledging Date
Set By Fraternity
A formal fall pledging will be
held by Alpha Kappa Psi, pro
fessional fraternity in business
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. '
Homer Kenison, Master of
Rituals, will be in charge of
ceremonies. Pledges must have
a 5.5 weighted average and be
enrolled in the College of Busi
ness Administration.
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ANOTHER controversial sub
ject, that of administration of
criminal law and its agencies
and legal proceedings connected
with law enforcement, is con
tained in "The Administration ot
Criminal Law," by Ernst Putt
kammer. NU Council
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"Love Feelings and Their Limi
tations" is the title of the first in
a series of panel discussions and
lectures sponsored by the Student
These discussions will be held
in Love Library Auditorium Wed
nesday at 7:30 p.m.
DR. KENNETH Cannon, in
structor of marriage and home
relationships, home economics
191, will be the speaker at the
first meeting. He will deliver a
short lecture and then students
will take over and open the dis
cussion to the assembly.
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ments committee member, said
the success of this first discus
sion will determine whether or
not the lectures will continue.
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