The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 28, 1953, Image 1

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    Utile IF'oxes Run
Attendance At
Shows increase
"Little Foxes," the current
University theater production
has been quite successful thus
far, according to Frank Bock,
instructor of Speech and
Dramatic Art and director of
the play. ;
"Little Foxes" will be pre-
To Discuss
Panel To Meet
On Wednesday
The first in a series of panel
discussions featuring aspects of
ex, love and infatuation in mar
riage and courtship will be held
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Love
Library Auditorium.
Dr. Kenneth Cannon, assistant
professor of home economics,
will introduce the topic with a
short lecture. Students will then
participate in an open discus
sion. SUCCESS of the first discus
lion, "Love Feelings and Imi
tations" will determine whether
or not the lectures will contlne.
Prospective discussion topics
2. Love: adult or adolescent.
Which is yours?-
3. Sex and its place in the
life of the college student and
In his marriage.
4. Love as the fulfillment of
5. Is the mate you want the
one you need?
6. A philosophy of marriage.
7. Readiness for marriage.
8. Marriage in college.
9. The marriage ceremony
Interpreting the -80th Century
10. The early mdnths of mar
riage, v
11. The mechanics of repro
duction. 12. Childbirth and contracep
tion. Current Calendar
Changes Declared
Several changes have been
made In the University calen
dar. Changes are:
First Semester
October 28 Ellen H. Rich
ards Dinner, changed from Oc
tober 29.
November 6 Coll-Agri-F u n
Night, changed from October 23.
December 17 Home Econom
ics Club Tea. .
Second Semester
- February 23 Drama" group
sponsored by the Union.
February 24 Home Economics
Club style show, changed from
Tebruary 23.
March 6 Mortar Board Re
gional Convention.
March 12 Convocation at
11 a.m. Mental Health Day.
March 23 Sigma Xi and Phi
Beta Kappa dinner.
April 6 Honors Convocation
April 11 NROTC Awards
Banquet To
168 Foreign Students Invited
The annual International
Friendship Dinner will be held
Nov. 10 in the Union Ballroom
from 6 to 8 p.m.
This year the Nebraska Uni
versity Council on World Affairs
will join the Religious Welfare
Council In sponsoring the an
nual goodwill affair. Tickets will
be less than $1.
THE PURPOSE of the dinner
is to provide an opportunity for
American students to become ac
quainted with the foreign stu
dents on the University cam
pus. Nita Helmstadter, chairman of
the NUCWA special projects
committee, urges that all Ameri
can students Invite the foreign
students they have met in
classes and activities to the din
ner as their guests.
Miss Helmstadter added, "All
foreign students are cordially in
vited to attend the dinner."
THE 168 foreign students at
tending the University represent
60 indifferent countries. Nine of
these countries are partially or
contpletely behind the iron cur
. tain.
All individual students, fac
ulty members, or campus organ
izations who would like to In
vite foreign students are asked
by the dinner committee to con
tact Miss Helmstadter at 2-8096
not later Friday noon.
stressed that even if the student
does not know a foreign student
but would like to invite one to
dinner, he may also contact her.
The committee in charge of
Last Food Training
Class Meets Today
The last of the Student Health
Training sessions on problems
and fundamentals of food prep
aration and handling will be held
in Love Library Wednesday at 2
p.m. , '
The program, endorsed by the
Inter-Fraternity and Panhellenic
Councils, was inaugurated last
year by the IFC in an effort to
Improve sanitation conditions in
the kitchens of fraternity housed
Successful completion! of the
course will entitle the personnel
to Food Handlers Permits,, which
are. required for permission to
prepare or service food! in fill
university eating establishments,
Iraternities, and sororities,
University Theater
From 32 To 120
sented again Wednesday, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday.
Bock said he has directed the
play , with a different interpre
tation from that of Bruce Ken.
day, faculty reviewer. This dif
ference of opinion explains many
of the "faults" of the play as
seen by Kendall.
review of the play, there was a
distinct "underplaying of the
cast." Bock, on the other hand,
feels that while there is still
room for much improvement, the
Play which has been running for
the past week, has progressed
quite well.
The reaction of the relatively
small audience has been good.
Many students, when inter
viewed, expressed the idea that
the play is "very good, 'well por
trayed and tremendous!"
Audiences have increased from
the small crowd of 32 persons
on opening night to 60 on Thurs
day night, 120 on Friday and
80 on Saturday.
Ag Campus
Builders Expands
v Public Relations
The program of a newly
formed branch of Ag Builders, a
public relations committee, will
be outlined at a mass meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:15 p.m.
in the lounge of the Food and
Nutrition Building.
According to Stan Matzke,
chairman, basic purpose of the
committee is to contact students
in outstate high schools who are
Interested in agriculture and plan
to attend the College of Agricul
MEMBERS OF the committee
will not necessarily be the ones
that will contact the students.
Junior Knobel, chairman of
the membership-sales committee
on Ag campus said the purpose
of the mass meeting is to enlist
members for Ag Builders com
mittees and give committee
chairmen a chance to outline
programs for the year.
ELDON PARK. Builders nresi-
dent, will explain correlation of
Ag and City Builders. Park will
introduce the Builders Board
.from city campus. Dale Rey
nolds, director, will present the
Ag Builders Board.
Entertainment is planned at
the close of the program.
Dr. Katz To Speak
At Friday Seminar
Dr. Daniel Katz. research as
sociate of the Survey Research
Center at the University of Mich
igan, will address an office man
agement seminar Friday.
The seminar, which is for Ne
braska business employees, will
be held in Love Library Audi
torium. Registration for the one-
day affair will be held at 8:30
the affair requests that students
do not invite foreign students
without first contacting the co
ordinator to avoid duplication.
Annual Dinner
Speaker Set .
Speaker at the annual Ellen
H. Richards dinner to be held
Wednesday will be Miss Florence
Miss Fallgatter is past presi
dent of the American Home
Economics Association.
The banquet, sponsored by the
Home Economics Club, will be
held at 6:30 p.m. in the Union
Theme of the dinner is
"Home Economics Becomes
You." Co-chairmen of the ban
quet honoring Mrs. Richards,
founder of home economics, are
Mary Jane Niehaus and Made
line Watson.
Audubon Society Lecturer
To Present Movie Friday
Allan D. Crulckshank, lecturer
and photographer of the National
Audubon Society, will present an
Audubon Screen Tour Friday at
8 p.m. in Love Library Auditori
um. Entitled, "Santa Lucia Sea
Cliffs." the motion picture story
in color presents the wildlife and 1
Wliu oeauiy oi me swit
extending from Morro Bay to
Monterey in . California.
GRAPHS and stories on his wild
life adventures have appeared
in many national magazines and
leading American newspapers.
He is the author of two books:
"Birds Around New YorkvCity"
and -'Wings in the Wilderness."
This is the first of a series
of five Audubon Screen Tours to
be presented this year, by the
University Extension . Division
and State Museum in connec
tion with the National Audu
bon Society.
purchased for $2.50, or single
admission for 60 cents.
All tickets are available at
the Bureau of Visual Instruc
tion, Architectural Hall, Room
, 17, of Morrill Hall, Room 101.
Volume 53, No. 20
To Attend
UN Seminar
Closes Friday
Twenty-two University stu
dents and 12 Wesleyan students
have registered for the YMCA-YWCA-sponsored
United Na
tions Seminar trip to New York.
Students interested in partici
pation in the Seminar may reg
ister in the YWCA office until
Friday noon.
THE NU students eoinc to
New York are: Walter Gass,
Sharon Frank, Charlotte Sangey,
Paula Broady, Virginia Reavis,
Kay Burcum, Pat Graham, Na
omi tieorge.
Anne Thompson, Ruth Soren-
son. Shirley Fries. Marilyn Rod
dy, Jean Davis, Margaret Coffey,
Terry Bullock, Gary Wirsig,
Charles Anderson, Harold Wait.
Alice Todd. Dale Wolf. Evelyn
Wolf and Roger Hesseltine.
The seminar will be held Nov.
13 to 15. The students will leave
Lincoln Nov. 10 and return Nov.
Three of the main speakers at
the UN Seminar will be Dr.
Frank P. Graham, UN represen
tative for India and Pakistan:
M. M. Thomas, Indian Student
Christian Movement leader; and
Mrs. Oswald B. Lord, member of
the Commission on Human
THE STUDENTS will visit two
UN general assemblies, a brief
ing session with the Secretariat,
and the delegation headquarters
of the Indian, Middle East, In
donesian, British, French and US
Henry Cabot Lodge, US dele
gate to the UN, will be the guest
speaker at a dinner meeting hon
oring the students.
While in New York, students
will stay at the Hotel Diplomat
at special student rates of $2.50
per day.
Seventy dollars will cover the
expenses of the entire trip, in
cluding bus fare, room, board
and registration fee.
NU Senate
The University Senate has
announced new committee mem
bers. Mary E. Guthrie, associate
professor of home economics,
and Edward B. Schmidt, pro
fessor of economics, are now on
the committee on committees.
They will serve three-year
Raymond D. Dein, professor
of accounting, and Miss Luvicy
M. Hill, associate professor of
commercial arts, were previous
JULIUS COHEN, professor of
law, and Roscoe E. Hill, asso
ciate professor of entomology,
succeed Lane W. Lancaster, pro
fessor of political science, and
Chauncey W. Smith, professor
of agricultural engineering, on
the committee on academic
privilege. These are three-year
Acting Chancellor John Sel
leck has asked Dean W. V. Lam
bert of the College of Agricul-
tupre to succeed -Dean Joseph
B. Burt of the College of Phar
macy on the administrative
council of the committee on
Grace Harvey Chosen
Nebraskan Copy Editor
Grace Harvey, sophomore in
Business Administration, has
been appointed copy editor of
The Nebraskan. She is a mem
ber of NUCWA, Red Cross and
Kappa Delta.
Miss Harvey was appointed
to succeed Cynthia Henderson,
who recently resigned.
Stanley Sipple, business man
aeer. said that the position of
assistant business manager would
WAA Mass Meeting
The Women's Athletic Associa
tion will hold a mass meeting
Wednesday at 7 p.m. In Grant
Students who signed up in
the office, at the Activities Mart
or who would like to become
WAA workers may attend.
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Who's The Ugliest
The 10 "uglies" pictured above
will compete for the title of
Ugiliest Man On Campus dur
ing voting to be held Friday.
The candidates are: (left to
right first row) Tim Hamil
ton, Charlie Pedersen, Ward
Svoboda (second row) Bill
Entire Band To March
In Homecoming Parade
Pregame Plans Being Formed
This year, for the first time
since World War II, the entire
University marching band will
march in full uninform for the
Homecoming Parade, Martha
Hill and Mike Greenberg, Tassel
and Corn Cob co-chairmen of
the Homecoming parade have
"In previous years, classes
were not dismissed on Saturday,
so only the pep band was able
to ' march. This year, all classes
will be dismissed on Saturday
morning for. Homecoming," they
IN ADDITION to the Uni
versity band, several fraternities
have indicated that they wish to
have their bands play in the pa
rade. Nearly 100 invitations have
been issued to organized houses,
clubs, and honoraries to take
part in the parade. Last year
about 40 floats were entered. Be
cause of a ruling by the Pan
hellenic Council, sororities may
not enter the float competition.
Addresses ,pt several organiza
tions were not available when
the invitations were sent, but
these organizations are still able
to submit entries. Any organiza
tion wishing to enter a float in
the parade should contact Martha
Hill by Friday at 1601 "R"
Street or phone 2-7971.
THE PARADE will start at
10:30 a.m., November 14th. All
floats and participants will or
ganize at 10 a.m. in front of the
Coliseum. The parade will move
south on 14th Street to "R",
then east to 15th Street and
"R". From there it will travel
south to "O" Street and west
on "O" to 11th, proceeding north
on 11th Street. The parade will
end when it reaches 12th and
"R" Streets, after having
marched up 12th Street.
Trophies will be awarded to
the winners of the men's, wom
en's, and honoraries' divisions.
There will also be awards for
the honorable mention winners
in each division. Judges will be
Robert Knoll, assistant profes
sor of English and Mrs. Virginia
Trotter, assistant professor of
home economics. The name of
the third judge will be an
nounced later.
The Outside World
Staff Writer
Greece received a note from
Russia Monday night protesting
the granting of military bases to
American armed forces. The mes
sage accused Greece of loaning
the territory in order to prepare
for war. The land will be turned
into military bases and thus make
the war situation worse, the note
The Reds warned Greece that
she must bear the responsibility
for the situation. Greece signed
an agreement with the United
States which gave this country
the right to use Greek air and
naval bases for North Atlantic
Pact defenses. Also the U. S. is
to be permitted to station armed
personnel in Greece.
A Conference Needed,
The sooner a five-power con
ference is held to settle the fu
ture of Trieste the better it will
be for the Western defenses
against Communism in Southern
Europe, said Secretary of State
A conference with the five pow
ers involved in the Trieste con
troversy might help towards the
withdrawal of the United States
and British troops, Dulles said.
Benson's Headache
In spite of his doubts about a
program which would completely
please the farmers, Secretary of
Agriculture Benson told the lead
ers of the cattlemen's organiza
tion that he would carefully study
their pleas for immediate atten
tion towards stock prices.
Communist Wor
Of Them All?
Weber, Howard Vann, Bill De-
Wolfe (third row) Gus Leb
sock, Ron Smaha, Jim Oliver,
Carl Ofe. Contestants not
shown include: Marv Fried
man, Don Lees and Ron
Wohlers. (Nebraskan Photo.)
judged on five factors, each of
which will count twenty per cent
of the total score. Points for
evaluation are:
1. Eye appeal and attractive
ness. 2. Originality and cleverness.
3. Resourcefulness and effort.
4. Co-operation; "Welcome
Grads" theme emphasized.
5. Good organization, clear
labeling and clear definition of
No entry fee is necessary, but
a sketch of each float is required.
If duplicate entries are submit
ted the first one received will
be taken. No professional help
may be used, and expenses can
not exceed $15. '
WINNERS will be announced
at the Homecoming Dance fol
lowing the game. Last year's
victors were Phi Gamma Delta,
Towne Club, and Cosmopolitan
Club. Honorable mention win
ners were Tau Kappa Epsilon,
the Union and Ag Men's Club.
Foreign Students'
Filings Due Today
Filings for the international
students' committee on activities
close Wednesday, Dottie Sears,
Student Council committee chair
man, has announced.
The committee is being estab
lished by the Student Council
to encourage foreign students to
participate on campus activities.
Applicants must be foreign
students. Applications should in
clude name, address, phone num
ber, college, major field of study
and reasons for working on the
committee. All applications
should be mailed or taken to
Dottie Sears, 1560 R S t r e e t,
phone 2-1174.
Ag Dancing Lessons
Changed To Thursday
Weekly dancing lessons at the
Ag Union will be held on Thurs
day night instead of Wednesday
this week.
Lessons on foxtrot and waltz
steps will be featured. Donna
McCandless will be the instruc
tor. This lesson is the fourth in
a series of six.
A group of 350 cattlemen tra
veled to Washington, D. C. to
meet personally with Benson and
express their views and prob
lems. Dennis Driscoll of Colorado
Springs, Colo., chairman of the
group, said that many ranchers
and farmers will be forced into
bankruptcy unless corrective
measures are taken.
Driscoll proposed that Benson
do something quickly, instead of
waiting for Congress to make the
first move.
More Ag Trouble .
Senator Carlson (R-Kan.) has
created new trouble for Secretary
of Agriculture Benson in his plan
for reorganization of his depart
ment. An announcement was made by
Sen. Carlson that he plans to ask
the Secretary to delay putting
the reorganization plan into ef
fect until Congress can take a
searching look at its probable
consequences. ,
The reorganization plan, which
will bring about , the elimination
of the seven regional soil conser
vation offices, would result in a
loss of highly specialized men
who should be retained, Carlson
Sen. Dwight Griswold of Ne
braska is also in favor of post
poning the reorganization plan.
Controversial Charges
Representatives of Israel and
Syria met and submitted their
charges to the United Nations Se
curity Council. At this time they
presented all their arguments
UfOnf SrFOt
11 To Compet
For '5
Candidates Named By Houses
Donating 100 Per Cent To AUF
Fourteen organized men's hous
es have named candidates for
To qualify to nominate a candi
date, the houses contributed 100
per cent, or the $2 a member, to
the AUF drive.
The men nominated for the ti
tle of Ugliest Man On Campus
Bill Weber, Alpha Tau Omega;
Ron Smith, Beta Theta Pi, bas
ketball, AUF; Jim Oliver, Phi
Delta Theta, varsity football; Gus
Lebsock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
basketball, intramural chairman;
Marv Friedman, Sigma Alpha
Mu, Student Council, Corn Cob,
vice-president of NUCWA, AUF,
Red Cross, Religious Welfare
Council; Carl Ofe, Sigma Chi;
Tim Hamilton, Sigma Phi Epsi
lon, Rodeo Club.
Howard Vann, Zeta Beta Tau,
Kosmet Club, sports columnist
for The Nebraskan, house his
torian; Bill De Wolfe, Farm
House, Ag Student Union, Ag
Builders; Charles Peterson, Phi
Gamma Delta, Kosmet Klub skit
master, president of Canterbury
Club, Homecoming chairman;
Don Lees, Alpha Gamma Sigma,
Ag Union Board, Gamma Club,
Red Guidon; Ron Wohlers, secre
tary of Pioneer House.
All-University elections will be
held Friday in the Union. In or
der to vote, students must pre
sent identification cards.
will be presented at the halftime
ceremonies of Saturday's game.
During the presentation, the band
and card section will form the
letters UMOC.
According to Jack Gillespie,
Music Groups
To Entertain
..Three musical groups from the
University department of music
will entertain the District 4 con
vention of the Nebraska State
Educators Association at Grand
Island Thursday night.
The groups .are: 20-voice "Uni
versity Madrigal Singers, di
rected by David Foltz; 16-piece
University String Ensemble, con
ducted by Emanuel Wishnow, and
110-voice University Singers, di
rected by Dr. Arthur E. West
brook. Soloists will be: Jack Snider,
faculty member; Shirley Ras
mussen, David Mullen, Carol
Armstrong and Delores Garrett.
The program will begin at 8:15
p.m. at the Grand Island High
School Auditorium and is open
to the public.
Panhellenic Workshop
Week Starts Sunday
Discussions, Classes Featured
The Twelfth annual Panhel
lenic Workshop activities will be
gin with Church Sunday.
Featuring as a theme, "Stan
dards the Basis of Fraternity
Life", the Panhellenic Week will
include roundtable discussions,
exchange dinners and luncheons,
training classes and the conclud
ing banquet Wednesday at 6 p.m.
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over the Palestine controversy.
During this time no final con
clusions were reached.
Mystery Marshal
The Reds are continuing to keep
secret the story about former
German Field Marshal Frie'drich
von Paulus, who, was reported to
have returned to East Germany
"a few days ago" to take up resi
dence. He has been held by the
Soviet Union since February,
The Soviets have used the name
of the German in Communist
American officials said that it
was likely that von Paulus would
be given some important mili
tary duties . in East Germany.
Also there was considerable spec
ulation that von Paulus may take
up command of the "people's po
lice" in East Germany.
Cornhusker Photo
Deadline Nov. 20
Students who, have not had
pictures taken for the Corn
husker should do so by Nov. 20,
Barbara Bell, associate editor,
announced Tuesday.
Students -who have not made
appointments or students In so
rorities and fraternities who
were not able to go with their
group at the scheduled time
should contact the Cornhusker
office for appointments.
Miss Bell urged all students
to have their pictures taken.
The Cornhusker photographer
is Edholm-Blomgren, 318 South
12 St.
Wednesday, October 28, 1953
the custom of voting for UMOC
was begun five years ago by
AUF. Candidates' names wer
written on a piece of paper
wrapped around coins and drop
ped in the ballot box. Two yean
ago, this was discontinued and
voting became general.
Charles Wright wag Ugliest
Man On Campus last year.
NU Group
To Present
Radio Show
'Suicide Club'
' Third In Series
"The Suicide Club." third of
a weekly series of radio produc
tions sponsored by Authors of
the Ages, will be broadcast over
KOLN at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Authors of the Ages is a stu
dent organization which spon
sors weekly, half-hour dramatic
presentations over KOLN. The
show is produced, directed and
acted out by students who are
interested in radio productions.
SOME OF last year's presenta
tions were "Wuthering Heights,"
"Connecticut Yankee in King
Arthur's Court" and "Devil and
Daniel Webster,"
"The Suicide Club," an
adaptation of Robert Louis Ste
venson's short story, is a drama
occurring in England at the turn
of the century. Two men while
looking for, adventure find a
third man who leads them to
the Suicide Club. Once in the
club, they can not get out unless
they commit suicide and suicide
can be committeed only at a
certain time.
Connie Gordon is the director-producer
and Lorraine Cory
ell is assistant producer.
Cast consists of Al Kenyon,
Bruce Minteer, Sylan Dweick
and Norman Krovoshia.
Fulbright Scholarship
Filings Due Saturday
Seniors and graduate students
who are applying for study
abroad during 1954-55 under the
Fulbright Act or the Buenos
Aires Convention must submit ap
plications before noon Saturday.
Harold Wise, assistant dean of
the graduate college, stated that
applications and all supporting
credentials must be filed in the
Graduate Office, Social Sciences
in the Union.
ITY and intergroup relations, the
Panhellenic Workshop will be of
ficially set into action at 5 pjn.
Monday by Dean J. P. Colbert,
Dean of Student Affairs, speak
ing on "Standards in Campus
Exchange luncheons will b
served each noon. A special din
ner will be served for all presi
dents and pledge presidents
Tuesday evening.
Co-ordinating the four-day
Greek festivities are these com
mittee chairman: workshop, Nora
Devore; banquet, Jo Knapp;
table decorations, Norma Carse;
hospitality, Gracia Eyth; tickets,
Mary Fuelberth; publicity, Mary
Ann Zimmerman; program,
Sharon Horning and scheduling,
Sue Gorton. Panhellenic presi
dent is Jean Davis.
TUESDAY at 5 p.m. Miss Helen
A. Snyder, assistant dean of
women, will address pledges :at
Ellen Smith Hall. Following the
general theme, she will speak on
"Sorority and the Community."
Tuesday evening there 'will be
training classes lor sorority
presidents, scholarship chair
men, pledge trainers, activities
chairmen, standards chairmen
and social chairmen. These
classes will be In the form of.
panel discussions featuring com
mon problems and new ideas.
in the Union Ballroom will top
off the week's activities. Mrs.
Claudine Mason, dean of women
at Northwestern University and
a 'member of Chi Omega, will
deliver the send-off speech and
make the presentation of the
Elsie Ford Piper Award and th
scholarship cup.
Army, Air Force ROTC
To Parade Wednesday
Army and Air Force 'ItOTC
units will parade Wednesday at
8 p.m. on the Women's Athletic
Field, Air Force ROTC has an
nounced. Cadet Col. Lloyd Keller win
assume command of the parade
and Col. Joseph Stenglosn, Air
Force PMST, wiU review it. This
will be the first parade of the
year and the first review Ifor
Col. 'Stenglein,, who has 'recently '
assumed command of the Air
Force ItOTC group here.