The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 30, 1954, Image 1

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Voting for Student Council
representatives will take place
Monday at Love Memorial
Library and Ag Union.
Polling booths will be open
from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. to give
everyone an opportunity to vote.
Students must present their
identification cards to indicate
the college they are qualified
to vote for.
lyn Beideck. sophomore, Red
Cross, Union, Coed Counselor,
Alpha Chi Omega; Marjory Chab,
sophomore, Alpha Lambda Delta,
YWCA; Williamette D e s c h,
sophomore, Kappa Alpha Mu,
Alpha Chi Omega; Suzy Good,
sophomore, Alpha Lambda
Delta, AUF Board, AWS Board,
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Volume 74, No. 82
Thirty-Four Enter
Prizes To Include
Thirty-four contestants have
entered the competition for the
1954 Farmers Fair Rodeo.
The rodeo will begin at 2
p.m. both Friday and Saturday
in the Ag campus rodeo arena.
derson, Jack Angwert, Don Beck,
Kern Billings, John Butcher, Mer-
FF To Include
Of Cowpokes
A typical cowboy and cowgirl
contest will be held Friday and
Saturday at the Farmers Fair
Each organized house was eli
gible to nominate one candidate.
All students with I.D. cards who
attend the rodeo may vote.
Winners will be announced Sat
urday night at the Cotton and
Denim Dance in the Ag Union.
cowgirl are: Gleni Bell, Terrace
Hall; Jean Bishop, Howard Hall;
Charlene Blessing, Alpha Omi
cron Pi; Nancy Draper, Alpha
Xi Delta; Adeline Dubas, Chi
Omega; Sharon Egger, Delta
Delta Delta; Dorrene Frost,
Sigma Kappa; Nancy Hemphill,
Pi Beta Phi.
Ann Kokjer. Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Jo Ann Meyers, Delta
Gamma; Mickey Rabiner, Sigma
Delta Tau; Twila Riley, Love
Memorial Hall; Shirley Slagle,
Loomis Hall; Mary Taylor,
Kappa Delta; Pat Uehling. Alphi(
Phi; Fauneil Wenke, Wilson Hall.
Nominations for typical cow
boy are: Keith Engquist, Theta
Chi; John Gibbons, Kappa
Sigma: Tim Hamilton, Sigma
Phi Epsilon; Cal Lemmon, Farm
House; Bob Walgren, Cornhusker
German Club Will Hold
Picnic Saturday Noon
German Club will hold a pic
nic Saturday, at 12:30 p.m. at Pi
oneer Park. ,
The picnic will Include lunch,
games, a treasure hunt and sing
ing. A charge of 25 cents will be
made per person.
Picnickers will meet at 12:30
p.m. at the main entrance of
Burnett Hall. Transportation will
be available.
To cp
Jvy, Daisy Chain Members
Named By Mortar uoara
Outstanding Junior, Senior Women
. . . ii
Doraivo l eader Position nonors
me memoci vi - -
and Daisy Chains for the Ivy
Day processional May 8. ,
Members of the Ivy Chain
consist of outstanding senior
women selected by the organized
houses. They will wear white
Daisy Chain members are
freshmen, sophomore and Junior
women selected by their houses.
They will wear pastel dresses.
Mortar Boards have chosen
outstanding Juniors and seniors
to be chain leaders. They will
be announced on Ivy Day.
Rosemary Castner will lead
the directing of the chains while
Kathleen Wilson will Ang tne
arS'Goodding and Connie
Karges aTe in charge of the
IVY CHAIN members are:
Stephanie Allen, Phyllis Kort,
Joan Brenneman. Ruth Green,
Joan Holden. Shirley Hamilton,
Leta Welner, Caroline Ross.
Mary Ellen Maronde, Jean Da
vis. Harriett Harvey, Diane Hin
man. Elaine Hess, Shirley Led
ingham, Barbara Biba, Carol
Wrlht- A ,w
Margie DeLamatre, Ardyto
Smith. Geneva Berns, Ann Ger
ike, Shirley Kinsel, Nancy Van
del, Mary Mulligan, Phyllis
Armstrong, Pat Ixder, Glena
dine Bell, Dora Mathews, Har
riett CrrW Marv F.llpn Gerhart.
Taula Ch.rman Carolyn Gier- Roma Jean cr rr
. han, Jenn IVrrin, Judy Wicbe,bert. Bridrjc Wa mn . Fllon H
iLt-!, !-. no.ii nnH Kvlc Jeffrey.
Mary Jean Harpstreith, sopho
more, Cornhusker section head,
Alpha Chi Omega; William
Hatcher, freshman, Phi Mu'
Alpha, Sinfonia, Sigma Phi Ep
silon; Grace Harvey, sophomore,
Phi Chi Theta, Nebraskan copy
editor, NUCWA, Kappa Delta;
Mary House, sophomore, Tas
sels, AWS Board, AUF assis
tant, Gamma Phi Beta.
Shirley Irwin, freshman,
YWCA, Builders, Kappa Phi,
Kappa Delta; Gary Lucore,
freshman, Theater, Pi Kappa
Phi; Joan Marshall, freshman,
Mu Phi Epsilon, Builders, Coed
Counselor, AWS, Cornhusker,
Alpha Chi Omega; Beverly
Soderberg, fres h m a n, AWS,
Builders, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Sandra Speicher. freshman.
Qinnniirs IfQir
Rodeo Contest;
Silver Buckle
lin Carlson. Charlie Carothers,
Carroll Christerson, Mark Clark,
Bob Discoe, Gene French, John
Gibbons, Ellen Hall, Tim Hamil
ton, Pat Hammond, Tom Hoff
man. Bryce Johnson, Kay Knudson,
Ned Luther, Bill McCullough,
Mickey Moore, Jim Peters, E. J.
Piatt. Elwin Ranney, Marlene
Reiber. Don Redja, Marilyn Rice,
Tom Riley, Pat Russell, Stan
Schelkopf, Charlotte S o u g e y,
Harry Stokely, Jim Svoboda,
Mell Todd and Wayne Uden.
FIRST PRIZE in the bareback
bronc riding, saddle bronc rid
ing, calf roping, bulldogging and
the coeds barrel race is a ster
ling silver belt buckle. Bridles
will comprise the second prize
and a pair of Lee Riders will be
the third prize of each event.
Winners of the coed calf catch
ing contest will receive western
An all around award, a sterling
silver belt buckle donated by
Ak-Sar-Ben will be awarded on
the point system. A first place
ill h three noints. a sec
ond place will be two points and
a third place one point, ine
winner must be entered in at
least two events to be eligible.
(See Page 4 for remaining
Farmers' Fair events.)
Fourteen Apply
For Biz Ad Posts
Fourteen candidates have filed
for the eight positions on the
Business Administration Student
Executive Council.
The following students have
.filed to represent these classes:
sophomore, Keith Bauman, Bar
bara Eicke and Wayne Ruliffson;
junior, Charles Ferguson, Corliss
Kruse, Allen Overcash, Jack
Skalla and Duane Wheeler; sen
iors, Ernest Enke, Charles Haupt,
Doran Jacobs, Katherine Mc
Candless, Barbara Medlin and
Dick Westcott.
The council serves as inter
mediary body, presenting the
views of the students to the
faculty. It also sponsors the Biz
Ad banquet.
Nebraskan Filings
The Student Publications
Board will conduct interviews
for staff positions on The Ne
braskan May 13. .
Applications may be obtained
at the public relations office and
are due May 10.
linroara .oiwch, .. -,
Mary Cripe, Gracia Hasebroock
and Cnariene r-inrn.
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DAISY CHAIN members arc:
Mickv Snvder. Miriam High,
Nancy Hicks. Genie Orput,
Doris Mach. Patra Nelson, Gwen
Uran, Kay Nosky, Dorothy No
votny. Helen Sherman. Shirley
Rosenberg. Phyllis Kaplan. Kay
Rurcum. Barbara Clark, Beverly
Paeel, Itha Frost, wanaa
i . . - Dnn Ann Pfll-
mcr, Glenda Corker, Marie
Dueer, Barbara Lelsh. Vivian
Lemmer. Marilvn Staska, Bar
bara Beck. Patty Ellis, Helen
Weir. Doris Billerbeck. Nancy
Draner. Beverly DAepc. Madeline
Watson. Bonnie i.inaau,
MUvnrH. Fauneil
Wenke, Dee Garrett, Shirley
JCKav Chrlstensen. Constance
Von Essen. Virginia Reeves. Lois
m - f - f ft
Searl. Ann i,auner. .--
i-i xir..ii Karen Roznek,
IVIBIIill - .
Nancy Hestrm. Marty Mor-
. ,. Tam a4 iiifv
rison, Joy wapntr. .--
Joyce Tavlor. Jane Felfrer. Mary
Maude Bedford. Ann Yekle,
Janet MrClune. Dottle Sears,
Mareie Chab. Murt Plett.
Billie Croft. Diane Knotek,
Barbara Hamilton. JnetteRelk.
Gloria Emry, Crene Griffiths,,i ?hrvi Wnlt-
mus. Delorcs FanmejjT. Lois
Mary DeBerry, Laura Garcia,
Roma Jean nmer, -...-"-
Alpha Lambda Delta, AUF,
Cornhusker, Coed Counselor,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Herman
Smith, sophomore, Kappa Sigma;
Margaret Swanson, freshman,
Builders, WAA, Union, Corn
husker, Red Cross, Coed Coun
selors, Pi Beta Phi; Katherine
Teigeler, freshman, WAA, Build
ers, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Alice Todd, sophomore, Build
ers Board, Cornhusker section
head. Pi Beta Phi; Carole Un
terseher, sophomore, Sigma Al
pha Iota, Cornhusker section
head, Delta Gamma.
PHARMACY: Norman Creutz,
sophomore, Theta Xi; Edwin
Mueksch. sophomore, Kappa Psi.
LAW: James Hancock, fresh
man, Sigma Chi; Richard Myers,
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'Best Soldier'
Cadet Col. Maurice Norton re
ceived the Gen. John J. Persh
ing Medal for being the best
soldier student, based upon
military standing, leadership
Eligible Bachelors
Hevealed Ay Show
Anderson, Hofstetter, Kushner,
Jones, Oberlin,
The six 1954 Eligible Bachel
ors were presented Thursday
night at the Kosmet Klub pro
duction, "Finian's Rainbow."
The bachelors are Allan An
derson, Jim Hofstetter, Dave
Jones, Marshall Kushner, Bob
Oberlin and Bob Russell.
Anderson is a junior in Busi
ness Administration, member of
Kosmet Klub, Red Cross Board
and secretary of Phi Delta Theta.
Hofstetter is a junior in Busi
ness Administration, junior class
treasurer, member of the track
team, N Club and Delta Upsilon.
Jones is a junior in Business
Administration and rush chair
man of Alpha Tau Omega.
'Own Pot Of Gold1 Produced
By 'Finian's Rainbow' Players
Staff Writer
"Finians's Rainbow" splashed
forth in theatrical technicolor
Thursday evening as the gay,
colorful costumery of the
southern plantation, fairyland
and Irish folklore combined
mosaically to "produce not a pot
of gold at the end of the rain
bow but a more wonderful life
underneath it."
Overlooking a few first night
kinks, such as faulty timing,
poor lignting streaks a some
what tight and unrelaxed chorus
and the rather obvious appear
ance of apples, books and other
apparatus, the production went
off well and promises to even
better fulfill expectations Fri
day and Saturday evening. The
story is well-written, the plot
entertaining the acting and sing
ing excellent, but the entire per
formance could flow more
smoothly and the orchestra
could have a little more depth
and volum"
STARRING IN the initial per
formance of the Kosmet Klub
1954 Spring Musical were Nick
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Marge Rolofson demonstrates
the procedure for baking a
cake as four high school coeds
Phi Delta Phi, junior, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon.
TECTURE: George Andreasen,
sophomore, ASHE, Delta Tau
Delta; Paula Broady. sophomore,
American Institute of Architects,
Tassels treasurer, AWS Board,
Alpha Chi Omega; Bill Engel
kemier, sophomore, AIEE, Ne
braska Blueprint, Gamma Delta,
Beta Sigma Psi.
Barry Larson, sophomore, Ne
braska Blueprint advertising
manager, ASCE University sing
ers, Builders Board, Kosmet
Klub worker; Phi Gamma Delta;
Michael Moran, sophomore, Al
pha Phi Omega, Newman Club,
Sigma Chi; Donald Smith,
sophomore, ASCE,' copy editor of
Courtesy Lincoln Staf
and general standing as a Uni
versity student. Acting Chan
cellor John K. Selleck pins the
medal on Norton's tunic. See
story on Page' 4.
Russell Presented
Kushner is a senior in Arts
and Sciences, former Nebraskan
sports editor, former cheerleader,
member of Board of Publications
Sigma Delta Chi, Young Demo
crats, secretary of Kosmet Klub
and member of Zeta Beta Tau.
Oberlin is a junior, in College
of Engineering, member of var
sity football squad and Sigma
Russell is a senior in Business
Administration and member of
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The most desirable males were
chosen from 21 candidates in an
all-coed election March 6. Each
organized house nominated one
candidate who was not pinned,
engaged or going steady.
Amos as Woody and Jan Harri
son as Sharon. Each turned in a
polished,- near -professional per
formance with Amos as his usual
smooth, suave self. His voice
was strong and his gestures in
dicated exactly what he wanted
to say. Miss Harrison with a
credible Irish brogue and a wist
ful air used her operatic voice
beautifully, though it faded in
volume many times and did not
carry as well as it should have.
The crowd pleaser of. the cast
was pretty much of a tossup be
tween Marv Stromer in his fa
onte "old man" role and Hank
Gibson as the leprechaun. Each
pilfered the scenes when they
were on stage. When Gibson and
the senator, portrayed excel
lently by Dick Marrs. re par
leying back and forth alone in
the reformation scene, the act
ing neared perfection.
ELAINE HESS and Susan Ma
honey, the dancing leads, gave
creditable performances with
Miss Hess gaining special ap
plause for her interpretive dance
in which she , is trying to hide
the elusive pot of gold. .
watch. The girls were guests at
the fifth annual College of Ag
riculture Hospitality Day
Wednesday. 800 high school
Nebraska Blueprint, University
singers, Pi Kappa Phi.
DENTISTRY: John Schreiber,
freshman in Denial College, Xi
Psi Phi, Phi Delta Theta; Wil
liam Shainholtz, freshman in
Dental College, Xi Psi Phi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon.
house, sophomore, Kosmet Klub,
Alpha Gamma Rho; Carolyn
Goetz, sophomore, Coed Coun
selors, Ag YWCA, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Mary Keller, freshman,
Builders, Union, YWCA, Home
Ec Club, AUF, Coed Counselor,
4-H Club, Alpha Xi Delta; Janet
Kuska, freshman, Builders, 4-H
Club, Home Ec Club, Delta
Gamma; Anna Luchsinger,
freshman, Home Ec Club Coun
cil, YWCA, Alpha Lambda
Production To Feature Rathbone,
The fifth United States pro
duction of "King David" will be
given Sunday when Basil Rath
bone, selected soloists, the Uni
versity symphonic orchestra and
a 500-voice chorus combine to
present the symphonic psalm.
"King David" is a biblical
drama written by Rene Morax
and the music was composed by
Arthur Honeger in 1921. The
University production will be
directed by David Foltz, chair
man of the music department,
and will begin at 8 p.m. in the
Coliseum. Admission is free.
FOUR SOLOISTS will appear
in the hour and a half long
program. Ronny Crocker, 12-year-old
Lincoln youth, will
appear as the youth King David
and will sing two numbers. Miss
Margaret Goldsmith, soprano
from New York City; Mrs. Mar
ilee Logan Amundson, centialto
from Omaha, and Franklin Bar
ger, tenor from Denver, are pro
fessional singers' appearing in the
The symphony psalm consists
of 27 pieces. It concerns five
different stations in the life of
King David, who was shepherd,
leader, war chief, prophet and
About 550 University students
will appear in the program.
Members of the choruses, Uni
versity Singers and the Sym
phonic Orchestra will be feat
ured in the program.
"KING DAVID" is sponsored
by the University Convocation
Committee and the music de
partment. Union Sponsors
Friday Dance,
The Pink Elephant Dance will
be held Friday from 9 to 12 p.m.
in the Union Ballroom.
Couples will dance to the
music of Cliff Dudley and or
chestra, FM recording artist.
There will be no admission
PINK WILL dominate the dec
orations which will include a 12
ft. pink elephant behind the
bandstand, a refreshment bar
and fifty tables.
Acrobatic and musical acts will
be featured during the intermis
sion. Refreshments will be served
throughout the evening.
In charge of the dance are:
Carol Newell, decorations: Janice
Hussey, entertainment: Delores
Fangmeier, refreshments and
Millicent McPheron, promotion.
Anderson To Talk
To NU Architects
The American Institute of Ar
chitects will meet Tuesday at
7:15 p.m. in Union Room 315. It
was incorrectly reported in The
Nebraskan that the group was to
have met Tuesday.
E. N. Anderson, professor of
history, will address the student
chapter. The subject of his topic
will be "Barlach and Expres
sionist 'Art." Interested students
are invited to attend.
Oounw Lincoln Star
junior and senior coeds visited
the home economics depart
ment and participated in tours
and special programs.
Delta, Coed Counselors, Red
Cross, Alpha Chi Omega.
Sis Matzke, freshman, Ag Un
ion. Home Ec Club, 4-H Club,
Coed Counselers, Red Cross,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Marx
Petersen, sophomore, Gamma
Lambda, Corn Cobs, Builders, Ag
Union. Farm House; Virginia
Reeves, sophomore, president of
Loomis Hall, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Home Ec Club, BABW, Ag YW
CA treasurer, Ag Interdenomina
tional Youth president.
Katherine Skinner, freshman,
AWS Board, Home Ec Club;
Joyce Splitgerbr, sophomore,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Upsi
lon Omicron, Home Ec Club,
YWCA cabinet: Bovd Stuhr.
sophomore, Agronomy Club, Red
Rathbone, star of stage, radio
and screen, will arrive on the
University campus Friday for a
three-day visit. During his stay
he will conduct rehearsal and
informal forums and will appear
at theory of acting classes at 2
p.m. Friday in the Social Sicence
AN OPEN forum for all Uni
versity students, previously sche
duled to be held in Howell Me
morial Theater will be held in
Rathbone Bemoans
'Art, Culture Loss7
Interest In Younger Generation
Emphasized By
Basil Rathbone. television.
stage and screen star, said in a
Nebraskan interview, Thursday
evening " that his generation in
losing artistic values had "lost
something very wonderful."
Rathbone is visiting Lincoln for
three days and will narrate the
musical production "King David"
Sunday. He arrived from Chi
cago by train and was met at
the train depot by Dr. David
Foltz, chairman of the music
department and director of the
University presentation of "King
IN CONNECTION with the in
formal discussions slated -for
Friday afternoon, Rathbone said
that he thoroughly enjoyed talk
ing with students and was very
much interested in talking with
the younger generation. Rath
bone said he liked to "keep in
touch with what's coming up."
He said that he was very in
terested in what the younger
generation had to say, although
he realized that youth was not
as interested in what the older
generation thought as evidenced
by the lack of interest on the
part of his 15-year-old daughter
and her friends.
HE SAID that he was inter
ested in what the younger gener
ation had to say although he
realized that youth was not as
concerned with the older per
son's view. Rathbone said that
his 15-year-old daughter and her
friends were not particularly in
terested in his ideas.
"We have lived through the
most violent historical period,"
Rathbone said, "and the arts have
suffered miserably." He said that
he was "not happy with the
present situation and hoped that
Junior Knobel Elected
President Of Corn Cobs
Barker, Shade, Jacobs Win Posts
New officers were announced
at the annual Corn Cob initiation
dinner Wednesday evening.
Officers are: Junior Knobel,
president; Leonard Barker, vice
president; Phil Shade, secretary,
and Doran Jacobs, treasurer.
Knobel, a junior in the College
of Agriculture, is vice president
of Builders, chairman of Ag Un
ion activities committee, vice
president of Ag Exec Board, vice
president of Gamma Delta, re
ligious organization; Gamma
Lambda, honorary band frater
nity; Alpha Zeta, Ag honorary;
Agronomy Club; Red Guidon So
ciety, artillery honorary, and
vice president of FarmHouse.
BARKER, A junior in Teach
ers College, is a member of Stu
dent Council, Gamma Lambda,
Union board of managers and
president of Theta Xi.
Shade, a junior in the College
of Business Administration, is
assistant business manager of
the Cornhusker and a member
of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Jacobs, a junior in the College
of Business Administration, is a
member ol Student Council,
assistant business manager of
The Nebraskan and president of
Zeta Beta Tau.
NEW ACTIVES are: Mike Shu
grue. Phi Kappa Psi ; Bruce Mar
tin, Sigma Chi; Joe Krause, Delta
Upsilon; Ron Reinmlller, Farm
Guidon, Alpha Gamma Sigma;
Joyce Taylor, sophomore, Home
Ec Club, Ag YWCA cabinet, Ag
Union, Chi Omega.
Mary Taylor, junior, Aqua
quettes, YWCA, Ag Union, Horn
Ec Club, Kappa Delta; Ardath
Young, sophomore, Ag Union,
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Ag YWCA
cabinet, Vocational Home Ec As
sociation, Chi Omega.
Kay Beachler, sophomore, AUF,
WAA, Union, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Barbara Clark, sophomore, Gam
ma Alpha Chi, Tassels, Red
Cross, KNUS, Kappa Delta; Dan
Cook, freshman, Phi Kappa Psi;
Beverly Deepe, freshman, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Kappa Alpha Mu,
(Continued on Page 4)
Friday, April 30, 1954
Orchestra, Chorus
the Social Science Auditorium
at 3 p.m.
Before promising to appear at
the University, Rathbone insisted
upon informal meetings with
students for "provocative discus
sion on art, music and the thea
ter," instead of lecture pro
grams, Foltz said.
Rathbone has narrated "Peter
and the Wolf" and "Manfred"
in a special presentation by the
San Francisco Orchestra and the
Oscar Wilde poem, "The Night
ingale and the Rose."
'King David7 Star
he could find at the University
some of the art and culture that
had been lost.
RATHBONE SAID t h a t . he
wished his generation could have
passed on some of the great
beauty." He said that he believed
discussion to be "healthy" as
long as it did not become too
"opinionated" and "argumenta-
Rathbone has visited many
other universities including Wis
consin and Iowa State College.
Sessions Set
For May 17-19
Registration for the fall semes
ter will be held May 17 to 19.
Students should contact their
advisors and arrange appoint
ments for drawing up work
sheets. Junior Division students
must leave worksheets with their
advisors. Senior Division stu
dents must take a copy with
them to register.
Registration at the Military
and Naval Science Building will
be governed by the number of
credit hours the student has as
of February 1.
ACCORDING TO the Office of
Registration and Records, stu
dents can register for Summer
School at the same time if their
worksheets are filled out.
Graduate students should make
arrangements with the graduate
office now if they wish to reg
ister this semester. They may
register at any time during the
three days.
House; Norm Veitzer, Sigma Al
pha Mu; Charles Tomsen, Delta
Tau Delta; Neil Miller, Zeta Beta
John Gourlay, Beta Theta Pi;
Paul Zucker, Beta Sigma Psi;
Phil Patterson, Phi Gamma
Delta; Marion Tritsch, Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Marx Petersen,
FarmHouse; Don Rosenberg,
Beta Sigma Psi; Norman Creutz,
Theta Xi; Bill Franken, Farm
House, and John Chappell, Aca
cia. Palladian Dance
Set For Friday
Palladian Society will hold its
spring dance Friday Kay Sev
erns, Palladian president ' an
nounced Wednesday.
The dance will begin at 8
p.m. and will be held in Tem
porary "J."
A special intermession ' pro
gram will feature a musical
almanac by Tchaikovsky; "Sir
AnchoVy and the Dragon," an
opera by Jim Ellingson; a chalk
talk by Jim Ellingson .and
other short subjects.
Miss Scverns pointed out that
everyone is welcome and that
refreshments will be served. She
said the Palladian dance "is not
a date affah . . . one ncedn t
bring a partner."