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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1954)
Friday, April 30, 1954
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Foreign Student Financial Aid Discussed
Hans Steffen. a junior in Teach
ers College from Germany, was
elected president of Cosmopoli
tan Club Wednesday night.
Uve Kapsi, a foreign student
from Estonia in the College'-of
Business Administration, was
elected vice president. Don Pel
ton was chosen treasurer and
Valida Jansons, secretary. Pel
ton . is a graduate student and
Mi3S Jansons a second-year busi
ness administration student from
A DISCUSSION group spon
sored by the World University
Service discussed the goals which
motivate a student to study
abroad. A panel directed the dis
course. Panel members were:
Sharon Mangold, chairman; Fran
Locke, Jim Hargleroad, John Za
charius, Louis Schoen, Hans Stef
fen, Rosemarie Hill, and Jan
Osborn, director of YWCA.
In discussing the goals of study
ing abroad, the following sugges
tions to increase foreign student
enrollment at the University were
1. Changes in the curriculum.
2. Aids in finances.
3. Getting information to for
4. Special permission under im
migration laws for students.
Increased facilities for
men such as those which the new
At the joint Army-Air Force
ppstpd as a financial aid to for
eign students. Another suggestion
was the opening of sorority and
fraternity houses to foreign stu
dents whereby each Greek organ
ization could provide free room
and board for one student each
Increased scholarship funds, the
establishment of a transportation
fund, the placement of foreign
students in higher-paid jobs, and
the lowering of tuition for foreign
students by repealing the non
resident clause were suggested
mpn's dnrm will nrnvide was SUB
to give financial aid to foreign
ANOTHER TOPIC of discussion
involved that of extra-curricular
activities and their relationship
to foreign students. Some believed
there is a basic difference as to
why the foreign and the American
student goes to college.
Foreign students feel they study
abroad to catch up with indus
trial America and not . to join
Seven Given Honors
At ROTC Parade
Norton Named Best Soldier Student
ROTC parade Wednesday, seven
military awards were presented.
Maurice Norton received the
Gen. John J. Pershing Medal for
being the ' best soldier student.
The award is based upon mili
tary standing, leadership and
general standing as a University
student. It was presented to Nor
ton by Acting Chancellor John
PaHpt f!n1 Dpnnis Coleman
rrpivpd thp Order of the World
Wars Plaque, which was donated
Milking, Pie-Eating Contests,
Dairy Royal, Parade, Planned
The Dairy Royal wiu De neia jjeon uuisuduu, wuaawvu,
In the Horse Barns Arena Friday
at 8 p.m.
Entries in the
Junior division: Fred Adams,
John Burbank, Cloyd Boydston,
The Farmers Fair Pie Eating
Contest will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Saturday in the CA Building
The Innocents Society will judge
Joan Ungmeyer, Ann Corcoran,
and Leah Gittleman.
Contestants lentered are: Jan
Shiff, Diane Weiss, Nan Kiger,
Lillian Tews, Phyllis Schock,
Marilyn Herse, Lou Stephenson,
Gladys Evans, Catherine Hodder,
Martha Schuster, Ann Masters,
Karen Banning, Marlys Spencer,
Arnold Morton, Wendell Starr,
LaVern Dannehl.Thomas Morris,
Bob Eno, Ron Dawson, John Par
melee, Dick Tews, John Leher,
Robert Keifer, Ray Monnette,
Don Ayers, Harvey Ebank", Len
ny Singer, Gary Gians, Herman
Anderson, Jack Haley, Jim Moss,
Pat Lange, Dale Olson, and
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Builders, NUCWA, Alpha Xi
Richard Fellman, freshman,
Nebraskan copy editor, Univer
sity Varsity Debate team, Zeta
Beta Tau. Janet Gordon, sopho
more, Alphi Lambda Delta,
Cornhusker- section head, Build
ers Board, Sigma Delta Tau;
John Gourlay, sophomore, Corn
husker sports editor, Corn Cobs
worker. Beta Theta Pi.
. Marianne Hansen, junior, Gam
ma Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Nebraskan copy editor,
YWCA, Delta Delta Delta; Cyn
thia Henderson, sophomore, Al
pha Lambda Delta, Gamma Al
pha Chi, AUF secretary, Coed
Counselor board, Kappa Kappa
Roy Keenan, freshman, Persh
ing Rifles, Union, Alpha Tau
Omega; Gail Katskee. sopho
more, Alpha Epsilon Rho, AUF
board, YWCA, Student Council,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma
Delta Tau; Diane Knotek, fresh
man, Alpha Lambda Delta, Un
ion, Builders, Pi Beta Phi; John
Nelson, freshman, Builders, AUF.
Cathryn Olds, sophomore, Al
pha Lambda Delta, AUF Board,
Builders board, Delta Gamma;
Ellen Pickett, sophomore, AUF,
Union, Kappa Alpha Theta; Sue
Ramey, sophomore," Cornhusker
layout editor, Builders, NUCWA
Spring Conference, Tassels,
Gamma Alpha Chi, Gamma Phi
TION: Sam Ellis, freshman, Phi
Delta Theta; Charles Ferguson,
sophomore, Phi Gamma Delta;
Phyllis Finke, sophomore, Alpha
Chi Omega; Andrew Hove, soph
omore, Student Council, Kosmet
Klub worker, Corn Cob worker,
Delta Tau Delta; Corliss Kruse,
sophomore, Phi Chi Theta, YW
CA, Kappa Delta.
Bruce Martin, sophomore, Al
pha Kappa Psi, Corn Cob worker,
AUF, Kosmet Klub worker, Sig
ma Chi; James Pollard, fresh
man, Phi Kappa Psi; Richard
Remington, freshman, Phi Kappa
Psi; Carol Tremain, sophomore,
Cornhusker, Builders, Alpha Phi.
Richard Gleichenhaus, Leslie Mc
Margue, Duane Neumann, Twila
T:i.. HITIUa CnUnr Tirttl CihllD.
mann, Charles Trumble, Bernard
Wallman ana iom waneK.
Senior division: James Bar
tosh, Kenneth Baumfalk, Don
Beck, Iris Becker, Harold Cole
man, Ray Harmon, Fernando
Lardizabal, Carolyn Lux, Roger
Richards, Bill Stinger and Jim
Contestants for the Coed Milk
ing Contest are:
Martha Glock. Kappa Delta;
Gwen Axthelm, Delta Delta Del
ta; Sally Jones, Pi Beta Phi;
Carolyn Bachman, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Marianne Sayer, Sigma
Kappa; Marial Wright, Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Sandy Imm,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Ann Luch
singer, Alpha Chi Omega; Iris
Becker. Love Memorial Hall, and
Jeanette Nebeen, Loomis Hall.
Farmers Fair parade will form
at 10 a.m. Saturday in front
of the Coliseum.
The parade route will be from
the Coliseum to R street, down
11th to O and back down 16th
street. Floats will be judged at
the Coliseum and the mall on
Elpvpn floats are entered in
the parade. They will follow the
rodeo queen candidates, Univer
sity band, Goddess of Agriculture
candidates and the rodeo association.
Main Feature Clock
(Schedules Furnished by Theaters)
Lincoln: "Executive Suite,"
1:21, 3:21, 5:21, 7:21, 9:25.
Stuart: "Ma & Pa Kettle At
Home," 1:39, 3:41, 5:43, 7:45,
Nebraska: "No Show Today "
Varsity: "Riding Shotgun,"
1:53, 3:51, 5:49, 7:47, 9:45.
State: "The Conquest of Ev
erest," 2:13, 4:41, ,7:10, 9:35.
"Yesterday and Today," 1:16,
3:44, 6:13, 8:41.
Joyo: "Hondo," 7:35, 9:40.
Starview: "Red Garters," 7:30,
10:55. "The Jury," 9:20.
Canoe Trips .
(tatties-Superior WUdeneM. Only
SS.M per maa per day or complete
ratflt, elumlnnm canoe and food. For
free folder and map write i Bill Rom.
CAJSOB COUNTRY OUTFITTERS,
Bas 1170, Ely, Hlnnenta.
JODB ,Buslnw Coupe, motor, tlrea,
pint to good cornntton. Radio, heater,
neat eovere $180. Phone 8-2161 eve
otngl. A. T. Anderson, 103 Burnett.
F n of
fr " . ' I
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Itnilnx Xorkcr la a
cent frea "CoaqTiett
by the John M. Birkner Chapter
of the Military Order and pre
sented by Col. A. G. George.
Coleman was cited as the out
standing second-year basic cadet.
Cadet Sgt. Paul Jordan re
ceived the Society of American
Military Engineers Rifle Medal
for high individual score in rifle
competition. The presentation was
made by Capt. Arthur Belknap,
RpTC range officer.
Air Force cadet John R. To
man received the John M. Birk
ner Chapter Military Order of
World Wars Award for high scho
lastice standing and aptitude for
CADET LT. Col. William H.
Doole received the Republic Avi
ation Award for being the out
standing senior taking pilot train
ing. Col. J. A. Stenglein presented
Cadet Earl F. Barnett an out
standing sophomore planning to
enter pilot training, received the
Convair Award. Col. Stenglein
made the presentation.
The outstanding drill squad
which received the Phalanx Drill
Cup was composed of the follow
B. L. Larson, squad leader, W.
F. Hornine. W. R. KamDfe. K. D.
Moorehead, R. A. Falk, J. E.
Talsma, R. D. Lindsay, J. tagan,
A. J. Ford and R. A. Einspahr.
Lt. Col. Donald J. Kievit made
Set For Ag Board
Ag students will vote on a new
rnnstitntinn fnr the Ae Kxprn.
tive Board at the Student Coun
cil election Monday.
The constitution has been ap
proved by Dean Lambert, the
Student Council and the Faculty
Committee on Student organiza
tion. It is now ready for final
approval by Ag College students.
God Has A Place On Campus
LUTHERAN STUDENT HOUSE
Friday Visitations, 7 p.m.;
movie party, 8 p.m.
Sunday Bible class, 10 a.m.
(9:45 a.m. at Ag Student House):
worship, 11 a.m.; LSA supper
and meeting, "The Sickle or ihe
Cross in China," the Rev. Harold
Martinson; Ag LSA supper and
meeting, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday Vespers, 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday Choir, 7:15 p.m.
Sunday Holy communion, 9
a.m.; Holy communion with ser
mon; inquirer's course, 6 p.m.
Wednesday Holy communion,
7 a.m.; choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Worship, 10:45 a.m.;
Gamma Delta, beginning with
cost supper, 5 p.m.
Wednesday Choir rehearsal,
7:15 n.m.: Christian doctrine
class, 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday Mid-day medita
tion, Baptist House, 12:30 p.m.,
topic is "A Scientist's Approach
to . Religion," Dr. Henry Holtz
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
Masses said on all weekdays et
6:45 and 7:15 a.m.
Daily rosary, 5 p.m.
Sunday Masses at 8, 9, 10, 11
alm and noon; confessions before
all masses; breakfast after 9, 10
and 11 a.m. masses; supper, 5:30
Monday Religious course, 3
Tuesday Religious course, 11
a.m.; study club at Newman
Center and Ag College Activities
Building, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday Religious course,
Thursday Religious course,
Vermont Royster To Speak
At Journalism Day Luncheon
Hi- hutions to the profession in Ne-
r,riai ncsnpiate nt the Wall Street braska. will be presented b y
Journal and winner of the 1953 Theta Sigma Phi, women s
Gamma Alpha Chi, women's
national advertising croup, will
UVUl lint BUU viiJ-a -
Pulitzer Prize for editorial writ
ing, will be guest speaker at the
annual awards lunch on journal
Winners of contests in news present the "Woman of the
writine. features, sports, editor
lals and columns win receive
.y ' . -
tevc hearing the seal of the student in tne Dasic pnotograpny
uii .,-r,on oiimn hv rnurse who has received the
il r 1 T 1 J T innAln Vl l' (T V"t O t
the Lincoln Journal and Lincoln
Star. All schools in the competi
tions are divided into three
groups according to enrollment
RUNNERS -UP in the contest
will receive certificates bearing
the title of "Silver Key Journal
Amnnff other Dresentations to
be made at the luncheon will be
the Siuma T")elta Chi award for
professional news writing given
sional chapters or tne newsmen s
A NEW honorary member, a
woman selected for her contri-
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MIDNITE SHOW SAT! Bob Hope "CASANOVA'S BIG NIGHT
A new award, recognizing the
hiehesf scholastic record . in
class, has been inaugurated by
Kappa Alpha Mu, photo-journalism
fraternity for men and
Modern Conveniences Featured;
Choice Locations In South, West
About 200 University men have
already signed contracts for ac
commodations in the new Men's
Residence Halls to be opened next
fall, Don Carlyon, Residence Halls
business manager announced
Carlyon pointed out that those
who sign contracts early have a
larger choice of room locations
than those who sign near . the
opening of the fall term.
THE MOST popular rooms so
far, according to the number of
choices, are corner rooms and
those with windows on the south
and west. Carlyon pointed out
that nearly all corner rooms and
many rooms on the south side of
the section have been assigned.
Rooms on the south face S Street
(and several sorority nouses).
Facilities in the new Residence
Halls will include automatic
washers, television, pool and ping
pong tables, central mail and
switchboard service and snack
bar which will offer fountain and
short order service.
Food service will be provided
in a large dining room in the
Residence Halls buildings. Twenty
meals will be served each week.
Two cafeteria lines will insure
rapid handling of food service
even at rush periods.
Applications for accomodations
are being accepted at the Resi
dence Halls office or at the Uni
versity Housing Office, 209 Ad
Every Facility To Improve Your Gome
SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED
Baseball Batting Range
Smitty's Golf Park
2401 N. 27th St.
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