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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1954)
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Pi Tau Sigma
Four University juniors have
been initiated in Pi Tau Sigma,
national honorary mechanical
engineering fraternity. Pic
tured above are (left to right):
'Phoenix Too Frequent'
To Open Friday Night
Mood Of Play Ironic, Playful
But Overpowered By Words
By GRACE NEWELL MEEKER
"A "Phoenix Too Frequent," a
comedy in one act by Christopher
Fry, will open Friday in the
Arena Theater at 8:15 p.m. The
play is directed by Dale Holt as
a part of his work in advanced
production. There is no admis
The one-act play tells the story
of a young Grecian widow who is
planning to die at the tomb of her
husband where she has come
with her maid to wait for death.
She abandons the intent when she
falls in love with a young soldier
who is guarding the bodies of six
THE PLAY is written in an
Ironic and playful mood but it is
overpowered by words. What is
said is less important than the
manner of saying it and conse
quently the style of acting is very
important and here the actors
found their greatest difficulty.
The acting as a whole lacked
the finesse, the pacing, the drol
lery, the highly polished quality
the play demands. Luanne Raun j
ss Dynamene, the widow, was
loveable and convincing but her
performance lacked shading and
changes of mood and feeling.
Jack Parris as Tegeus-Chromis,
the soldier, played with anima
tion and sincerity, but his char
acterization needed an intensity
of feeling which was lacking.
Dodo, the maid, was played by
Carl To Lecture For Third
In Audubon Screen Series
Third in a series of Audubon
Screen Tours, "Secrets of the
Sea," will be held in Love Li
brary Auditorium Monday at
Dr. C. Clifford Carl, director
of the Provincial Museum at Vic
toria, British Columbia, will lec
ture and show motion pictures of
sea life in natural color.
The series is co-sponsored by
the University Extension Divi
sion and State Museum and the
National Audubon Society.
Season tickets for the series
ere $2.40, and single admission is
60 cents. Tickets may be obtained
from the Bureau of Audio-Visual
Instruction in Architectural Hall,
Room 17, or Room 101, Morrill
University 4-H Club elected
new officers Thursday night at
, The new officers are:
President, Del Merritt; vice
president, Marlene Hutchinson,
(secretary, Shirley Slagle; treas
, tirer, Evelyn Lauritzen; publicity
chairman, Janet Kuska; program
chairman, Pat Woodman, and
ong leader, Arley Waldo.
MERRITT IS a member of the
Varsity Dairy Club, chairman of
, the Coil-Agri-Fun Board and a
member of Alpha Gamma Rho.
Miss Hutchinson, a home ec
onomic major, is the YWCA dis
trict representative and a mem
ber of Home Economics Club,
VHEA and Ag Interdenom.
Miss Slagle is a member of
Coed Counselors, YWCA, Build
ers and Clovla.
MISS LAURITZEN is vice
president of Clovla and a mem
ber of Coll-Agri-Fun Board. She
Is an ag extension major.
Miss Kuska, a home economics-journalism
major, is in Home
J3c Club, a member of Pre-Or-chesks
and works on the Corn-buskar.
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"omfi? major, belongs to Clovia
ami Dve tiau
Wald? general agriculture
major, is in Builders, freshman
basketba and a member of A1"
pha Garrfna Rho.
nh nlzters To Judge
Tjjiiversitydcbaters will join
' vvvievan in judging the annual
I fvItatlonal debate tournament
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VvsIeyan jjenaie oacn ja
f,?iiiar said the University
wd-uid assist the Wesleyan de-
hell? Squad, C'Jrtl-iica biiu mtuiy
tncrtibers. High school debaters
end speakers representing 22
hli:h schools In four states will
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Courtesy Sunday Journal and Star
Ronald Swanson, Leland Dob-
ler, Warren Andrews and Nor
man Shuken. All four ranked
in the upper 10 per cent of
Miss Hunt read the humorous
lines particularly well and her
characterization was consistent
throughout the play. Her drunk
scene, however, was not convinc
ing and one might argue for a
Dodo who is more saucy and less
MR. HOLT'S use of action was
excellent; it gave the play pace
and movement which aided in
lending interest to the wordy
scene. The play was, almost with
out exception, played at one level
of intensity, and some variation
in this regard would have given
the performance additional inter
est and even humor.
The costumes were appropriate
and the setting ingeniously
adapted to arena staging.
The cast and the director are
to be commended for doing this
difficult piece. The difficulties
they faced would not be easily
overcome even by professionals,
and this cast turned in a genu
inely entertaining performance.
To Debate On
The Lancaster County Young
Democrats have challenged the
County Young Republicans to a
The Young Democrats wish to
determine whether the Young
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God Has A Place On Campus
LUTHERAN STUDENT HOUSE
535 No. 16th
Friday 7:00 p.m.. Visitations;
8:00 p.m., Fudge Party.
Sunday 9:45 a.m., Bible Class
'9:30 p.m. at Ag Lutheran House.
11:00 a.m., Worship; 5:00 p.m.,
LSA Supper and Meetings. "Ques
tion Forum," 6:30 p.m. Ag LSA
Supper and Meeting at Ag Lu
theran House, ' Korean Pictures
by Don Karlberg.
Tuesday 7:15 p.m., Vepsers.
333 No. 14th
Sunday 5:30, Forum; speaker.
To Hear Talks
A national authorito in the
field of criminal law; professor
Fred Inbau of Northwestern Uni
versity School of Law, ill visit
the University Friday for a se
ries of three lectures.
Professor Inbau's lectures in
clude: 11 a.m., Room 101, Col
lege of Law, to members it Jtie
criminal law class and a group-
of sociology students on The
Lie Detector Technique;" 2:30
p.m.. Room 101, College of Law,
to members of the Lincoln Police
Training School on "Interroga
tion;" 7:30 p.m., Love Library
Auditorium, open to public on
"The Scientific Detection of
PROFESSOR INBAU received
his undergraduate and LL.B. de
grees from Tulane University and
the degree, LL.H., from North
western University. From 1938 to
1941, he served as director of the
Chicago Police Scientific Crime
Detection Laboratory. He is a
member of the Chicago, Illinois
State and American Bar Associa
tions, and is author of several
2 Ike Policies
Republicans agree with their
colleagues in Omaha. The Doug
las County Young Republicans
have adopted a platform advo
cating the immediate withdrawal
of the United States from the
United Nations, the removal of
American ground forces and eco
nomic aid from Europe, and if
the Korean truce talks accomp
lish nothing "that military and
financial aid be given South Ko
reans and Nationalist China and
that war be brought immediately
to a successful conclusion. We
recommend the withdrawal of
American ground forces except
in advisory capacities."
THESE TWO points were con
tinued in the debate challenge:
1. Resolved, that we support
the non-partisan foreign policy as
proposed by President Eisen
hower, and that we reject the
foreign policy plank adopted by
the Douglas County Young Re
2. Resolved, that we reject the
power marketing criteria of the
Republican Administration, and
we support the principle of main
taining the REA cooperatives as
preferred customers in the sale
of public power.
The state committee also gave
strong support in any action the
Omaha Democrats deemed feas
ible at the debate.
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Sunday 5 p.m., Su)-er; 6 p.m.,
Friday 8 p.m.. Midy ear party.
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Club, Cornhusker Hotel; 3:15
p.m., Hebrew class." j
For '54 Film
Members To See
Membership tickets lor the
1954 Film Society are How on
sale for $1.80, announced JIarilyn
Hamer, chairman of the series
of movies. Seven films are to be
presented and a possible eighth
if enough tickets afevold.
Purpose of the film series is
to present films not ordinarily
available to the public. The
movies will cover a variety of
topics, including the beginning
of the American drama, of re
alism, great film comedies, for
eign films, documentaries, shorts
and a new film containing paint
ings of great artists, narrated
by Hollywood and Broadway
THE FILMS are: "Greed,"
Feb. 17; "Blood of a Poet" and
"Moana," Mar. 3; "Duck Soup"
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In 1952, b survey of colleges
throughout the country showed that
smokers in those colleges preferred
Luckies to any other cigarette. In
1953, another far more extensive
and comprehensive survey super
vised by college professors and
LOElIGS7AS1,E BeflTEE! cleaner,
W. D. LUTES
The ' University Agricultural
Extension Service has an
nounced the appointment of
William D. Lutes as a full
time farm and home safety
specialist. Lutes has been ac
tive in the vocational agri
culture program since 1941,
and has made safety one of
his major activities. He help
ed develop the Nebraska Far
mers of America safety pro
arid "The Barber Shop," Mat. 17;
"A Time Out of War," and
"Land," Mar. 31; "Pictura Ad
venture in, Art," April 7; "The
Blue Angel," April 21, and
"Fame is the Spur," May 5. "The
Louisiana Story" is being consid
ered as an additional movie if
enough tickets are sold.
Membership in the 1954 Film
Society will also entitle the par
ticipant to see for .a special price
of 50c six movies to be shown at
the State theater. They are: "The
Beggar's Opera," "The Sea
Around Us," "Man in the White
Suit," "Melba," and Decameron
MEMBERSHIP TICKETS will
be put on sale at the Union of
fice in tlie main lobby and at a
special booth. Union workers
will also contact students living
in organized houses
tonic. Iff nm-akoMc. Cent. MetMat Unolia.
AC T UA
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based on more than 31,000 actual
student interviews once again
proves Luckies' overwhelming pop
ularity. Yes, Luckies lead! again over
all other brands, regular or king size
. . . and by a wide margi! The number-one
reason : Luckies' better taste!
' The Junior Livestock Judging
Team has been announced by
Coach Don Warner, assistant wo
fessor of animal hvsiiadry-
The team, which left for Denver
Thursday night to attend the Na
tional Western Livestock Show,
Dwight Jundt, Del Merritt, Don
Novotny, Orville Weyers, Charles
Watson and Cal Lemmon.
Students Back Arrow Shorts
in Big Swing to Comfort
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Students report that in "taking a stand on com
fort", they enthusiastically endorse Arrow Shorts.
Arrows are designed for ease with such features
as no binding center seams. Wide range of fabrics,
styles and colors now at all Arrow dealers.
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THE LIVESTOCK team is maao
up. of Jundt, Merritt, Novotny
Veyers and Watson. Lemmon
Merritt, Weyers and Watson are
on the wool team.
The team will judge carlot
classes Friday, all other livestock
classes Saturday and wool Sun
day. They will return late Tues
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