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It Happened At NU
Campus po&eaiea appear to be werkins rer
tune to fcU their ticket quotas.
Thursday mornics, Ko&met K'ub workers
came out of U:e meeting at the Sifma Phi
Ep&kn bouse to Bad theu- cars, parked oa
the redUaed skie f the Sj Ep driveway, bad
been ticketed, ft was 3 a m.
Weather R Net
Mach ccMT Friday and Saturday, with cca
xiWtbk ctaodtaess, Fm-ipitttka is expected.
Extreme wiadiness, wish temperatures to reac
the fcigb Ws Friday aftjernosa.
.Vol, 56, No. 18
Friday, October 2S, 1955
The Student Coandl. sponsored
surrey of student asd faculty pto
ion oa the Jengfa of exam 1
was beld Fridsy rwming in all 10
The pall, according to Marvin
Breslow, ebairms of ttbe Counci
(cemmitte oa calendar and final
evumtefitisnss is to yet a sample
of Student and faculty opinioa em
bow Hons final exam periods should
The poll is mot a v of tfbe
wbole stodertt body, or of ttbe pro
fessors, Breslcw ssid. Tea ajra.
Friday Masses were picked to pass
cut tbe poll questionnaires because
ifbe fwajest aittrnhtsr of Students
attend classes at tfhat time.
(Questionnaires should btve been
given .to between tore and four
thousand students to 146 classes,
Breslrw said. Forms were also sent
la 65)1 faculty members.
The poll was set p almost tat-'
atifly like one reported to 1S3B by
a committee eff Ifhe FaniKy Senate,
This report was printed an the OcfL
aft, 19S&, issue of ttbe Slebrsskan.
The 3956 poll Showed students
,. and faculty to favor of Hanger
exam period. At tfhut time, exams
were wer a mineday period. Ait
tfhat (time, exams were over a uane
.day period. A measure passed to
ttbe Faculty Senate provides for
exams to M5&-5? to be to a six-day
The pol 3s being conducted by
Breslow committee, with Prcf
3X A. Worcester of tfbe Teachers
College as consultant. Mrs. Bea
Alpuerto, gradufite student, is help
ing conduct ifhe poll as part of re
search for her MA.
IResults of tfbe pfefl should be
ready for ifhe Council meeting
Wednesday, Brestow said. Brcslow
encouraged instructors to anatl
fluestionnaires to She committee as
soon as possible so that tabulating
can be completed to itima.
The poll was approved to Council
meeting Oct, UB.
Oct. 29 Ssf
The second annual Parent's Day, :
sponsored by the Innocent So-
ciety will be beld Oct. 29. I
Dick Fellman, cbairman of ifhe;
committee, announced tfhat letters'
be-rc been sent to ifhe parents cf ;
University students .urging them
to attend the game. A block cf
BOO seats bas been aserrod. Par- i
ents mny pt-chase tickets for this
section by sending $350 to She cf-j
fine oI A, J. liewandowski. j
During the balf x& the KansBB
JJebrEska game, a special program
will be presented by the yell squad,
card section and band, Fellman
The lollowinrr cbart is the seoonfl
ach member .during Wednesday's
This chart also includes the total contributions at .the Oct. 19 "meeting, when exam presided at both meetings. Comments indicated on ifhe chart include .debate, points .of
week was discusRed. " information, points (Of order and (questions cf members.
Debate to Wednesday's meeting bas been .divided into three categories: reports, P-ecord of the discussions were made to duplicate and compared with motes made
exam week and activities limitation. The total in Ihe last column includes enly this at toe meetings. As iin the last chart, an average as made to case cf .disagreement.
1 tToMi !t Stopnte 'I Ban Wtrik I 2imtatna t TP1 I Tmal 1 atwwrte I Ujmtimtmii 't TPnia!
Xmom Almlnis ; ! ! (GaO XaMfciK !l JL "1 1 3 H M
CDBmopolltan dub . . Z ; j ; f Senior holdover ;l q il a il ; j
Jim Arntzea f ' f Sharon Mangold "j ;l 1 " ! X -1 "T
Pharmacy ; l , ; ! W j aat vice-presidBHt : i j 1T "
CornCobs' O a sj , 4 y 4 Bus. Ad. ; V J 1 I if I i
, , i - - ' "
Xbw -j 1 ; - j 3 ; j 3 j Bub. Ad. X ; ; 4 ; 4 j
caenna Berry 111' ' ' " 1 1 !J f H VmrvOry Mvratey ! ft 4 f 1 -I If!
2nd Vice-president 1 j , :j I i 41 j Coed Counselors f i i I i j
as-"'"' ' :i i4 i l i i 3 i3. i is j gas soil 7 i ol
i 2 I r 1 10 'j 2 . j "j 4" j 4
Engineering M A ; t Dental College U l - ; U
, , -.ir..1irr-in- .... I, - - mi ; - ..
Arts and Sciences j. ; ; O j ' O ; 'BAM : V f 1 - l &
John Fagaa j ! 1 f!e Simmons .' - 1 'I I -I 1
Engineering,; i JL ' O ij !TWCA ; J ' ;
VanmlBaB -1 ft ! ' 1 ' 1 ; ray BoM ' H ft 1 ft
Teachers' CoHege' i ' t 'I 1 ! a BAEW ! V I 1 J J -V
malBBd EJorfik ft 1 1 ft i Charles Tnimble I fl 1 1 ' "J 1 1
ICC v i i 1 : ; ; Ag Conege ' U !j I ' X ' j O -j
canny notan j ft 'I il J f !J 1 'iftmTmM ? J : ' i il 1
Panhellenic ; w Ij - j i . ij 1 Arts and Scienoe JL ; ;
JaneJearey ft , '1 ' ' ft ;'lCea Vosfka i ft .1 ' f :l . !l M I M ?
Tassels U ) , i j . U geachars , il " : . ; 1 4 :
lattaJeBnek f i j J. . J ft f Mnrial Wright d ft 1 I il ft
Teachers" College 1 1 I j ;j AWS . jj U 1 il 1 4 U f
TOk JanomiB ' j C .1 : 5 :l 5 I "Bernie WMtamv 1 o ! .1 : I ' : 1
Builders J J ; : I j Senior Holdover j O ; ; f i IJ
r"- II VA m
I 11 , vii I I tog
See etocial, 2.
Sweethecnt, Prince Kosmefc
Xosmet X3ub FaB IRwoe, "T-j(tsmftatofts biw beea andludeS,
enaary lapses, " wui e presenraa,
at S p-ia. Fndsy.to (the CMisenm.
Marshall Koshnesr wia act as
master of ceremonies.
Six skills wiS form tftje roala pari
Hf ibe show. Andy Smith, Xosmet
Iddh Bevoe cbairman, said, wAs
: fating mKfiars far Ttrtoce
cnsiiiHE ti "t!teTWka Swert
beart TrifiKy iiigltt wfll e:
X. ISaca vttiesr moat lum
a ticket to he Ksmet KiA
w&er must b9W a
stnfieUt ITJ wja Mb idtet.
S. ISaca niiBr caa vote tor
m aisif&le Jar fw.'a Pr&sc
usual, ifhe skits are to tfbe process
cf being pulled together Tight mow..
I think the skitmaSters are find
ing the stage f the CdJiseum a
buge space to fill mp.""
The USSS FI1 Hevxw skits are
generally better ttban prvranus
years, be added. The show sbould
ban considerable variety, beaid.j
Acts and their skltmasters to the
order tfhey will appear are ifhe SoT-j
"Bobin Booas, Ttelta TRpsilDn,!
Marv McNiece, skatmaster;:
"Tamed by the Shrews,"' Theta Xi,
Wendell Friest; "T'eet SmeHey's:
Booze,'" Phi Gamm Delta, John
Forsyth and Ed Schmitt. .
"King ATtbnr iin BuTganln";
Court,'" Phi Delta Tbeta, Warren ;
Burt; "Red Hiding Hood's Snuare
Granny,"" Delta Tan Delta, Fred
Allen; "The Stewed Prince,'" Sjg-
ma Phi psflon, John yser,
To add to ithis year's show, f our
HebraEkan ttabulation .of cral contributions from week's contributions.
Student Council meeting.
SmJffli said. These cmftaia a Its
should provide ihe andience with
in oca addiitonal entertalnmenl, be
Curtfiin acts are from Zeta Bfta
Tan, Alpha Gamma Kba, Delta
TTpsilon, and Fbi Delta Theta.
Finalists for Nebraska Sweet
beart ssre MarCyn Beck, Ewrane
Einspabr, Doris Anderson, Mary
Ace Anderson, IRita Jelinek and
Melva Joyce Faltrnbracn.
Prince Kosmet candidatos in
clude Don Beck, Bill Campbell,
Doran Post, Ben Bebnorit. Sb
Sera- and Osude Bereckman.
M - Club To Initiote
ST Oub win birve an -informal
mitiation on Sunday aSternoon, Bob
Wagner, 33 Oub president,, an
nounoed. Al pledges are to meet attbe
Coliseum at 130 p.m. All actives
are required to attend. There wiD
be refreshments and fames.
3T Club pledges are: Bog BottorS,
Don Brown, John Butterfieid, ILee
Carter, Willie (Greenlaw, JJels Jen
sen, Dick ILBuer, Tom Houcben,
John Moran, John Morrow, Gary
lieonard lEosen, Tom Stitt, ILa-;
vera Torcson, xraat jseroigne:
vCtrack coach) and Jim Murphy- i
"Hondo,"" starring John Wayne,
Geraldine Page and Ward Bond
will be shown as tfhe Union Sundsy
JJigbt Movie to ifhe Union Ballroom.
Students .must brind O's to get
into Ithis free performance.
wrw f .
Ii JJ fJ
2za kJMM it m
Jfo Council members were absent at either meeting. Skip Howe, Council president, ;
Commrffee Reports Rejected;
$sndedL CoanciJ fewd Wednesday
1H4 to rescind its atfatfa of last
The Council aba wed to caasid-
tbe possilsUCy f retostattof tbe
scbalarhip refjmreinesDTs of tae
polky at tbe next treetteg. These
tvQatremezfts were &.? acctrnwola
tiTO average for exiecaSiT posifians
and 5 for bosnd posiibneis.
Marv Bresiow, City Campss Re-
Cossadl wprsn!tatiTe,pr"ilS iJcpossable aai topraciiafaL
made the origtoal tmolaon of retato-
tbe scbdlasuic reQasress
wbicb was postoaned.
"This rootksa, 8 passed, wosdii
roeaa ttbat tine Ssadent Coandl en
dorses ttbe priacaple of bigb scboll
arsbip among caapas fctders,"" be
The acSMties EmJtafiaB policy
was voted down after extensive de
bate among Coonci cryembers.
The anatitw bad previoasly beam
retened to ooamjiftee far stady
The oommftSiee preserved a ma-
Sority and a intoanity report; tfihe
majarJty favored aboMan of tfbe
policy. BdQ reports wer rejected
by tfbe CaanciL The imajantty re
port; was (defeated after CoancS
iTOHrnbers (declared to tdebale tfihat
abe reasons stated far rescinding
abe proposal were ariwelaift to ttbe
Argcanarits to ffsvar of abolish
ing tfbe policy attogelber were:
A student noast (develop sel-Iiin-Jtatiiin
sometiane, and It is better
to (do so to college tfbaa afser grad
uation,'' Dick 3Tteis:'be, IPC repre
The policy is promoting a Greek-
Independeift breech. Ken vosika,
For Pub Board
Charles Gomos, semor to Arts
and Sciences, was ssen as tfbe
third member 0 cuyStad
iit Subcommittee 8i uaaderit Prib-
bcBtions by toe Student C a a a 1
af tb senior
member (Of She
b e e m post-
poned until I
Wednesday by I
wbc selected ?
and 3 and or
a member cf Sigma5
past president of
JJu and a
Sophomore member as Dick An
drews and junior member iis Marv
Breslow, a member (sf ifhe commit
tee last year.
Sharon Mangold, first vine presi
dent cf ifhe Council, was chairman
of tfbe committee conducting inter-
Cther candidates were Cynthia
Henderson and John Terrill.
J redlhers" Col&ege, said. Brwstew
felt this was jvt true
jesniHy repcrt, sJmkM be .stefieo.
ladejysadeTts are eiJber aaiast
tbe proposal or sadiiSTmsnt to it,"
Lea Sdh!ropfr, RAM Ccwe&cI rep
Tbe polky actuaaly Kprse!Eils aa
attempt to eiyaaBae sSsadeaSs" alxil
ity, acoarding to Mk-k JfeiSf, Isssi-
"lise scaajarsktiiip stapwassiro mm-!
fes ppartaasaSiy to TOiacii,' Cbaries
Tnaiable, Ag ccSleje, sail. Scaae
persfcs idwelsp personal patcft-:
sal to adfivittses, mot ia scbdarslap,
""AWS feels tbe polky 5s ogi.
cal and at. to tflae best totesrest of
the tadate,"" Maritl WrigU,
AWS, said, We fed tot tbe best
oalSied sftodents will soooeed in
any weA,m she said.
AiffBHwrfts adraToed to stppo:4
of H2s polcy iaclkided;
The proposal is deKrtic and
does XkOt aTrtpk-ise vrndoe irestridOoas
5 w jg
Award Winners Honored:
Pirftared are tfbe winners of
he William Gold SDey Awards for
lB5St, presented at Ifhe annual Biz
Ad banquet tfhis week.
mtf ri"ti a nl 1
Food from al over tfbe world
wiD be served at tfbe X15CWA In
ternEtianal smorgasbord Sunday
from S to 7 pjtn. to ttbe Union
Boimd-i Boom, Gunnar Green,
Cosmopolitan C 1 a b President,
Tickets are available in booths.
and from SHJCWA members. Tick
ets are $125.
Cream puffs from France, chick
en adobo from ttbe Philippines, Kor-
esr. sweet rice (desert, lamb cooked
in Afghanistan, sweetsour short
ribs from China, Latvian coffee
:cake, Dutcb rusk with strawberries
and cream and Slerwegian meat
t balls wiD be en ttbe imenu. The
meal will be served on cancDe-
Grade Average Tabled
ca tbe feldTida3lL', Gleaassa Berry,.
pie set swaaaped wjSJi work a ad
t2e poiiry is a ecessary tias;,'
Tbe palky is to develop iaresa
tve asnd oct resttrict sS-aieEts,"
Ver&cffl KilH, Tejdbers C 1 1 e c e,
Perbaps tbere is aa verabimd-1
aibe of actaviiliaes wis3 Tesrlap
pdrsg furac&eis em ttbe c&u&pucs, Gail
Kttsiee, sedkr baSdcver usseamber.
said. "Maybe stmne of tbena sboalld
die a cimH deaJJn, wbk-i caald Ifcap
pern Binder ttbe policy,"" sbe sid.
Beraie Wisbaam, sieiaar bnldarer,
said aa appeal boasd was otat
roecessary; exceysxs weakeaa eff
fferitiveisess, be said.
BresWls prapasal to reSaaa ttbe
sdbolarsbip secSaons eff ttbe pSBty
was also ideb3ed.
vidaal scbolaStic regmireiroeintts rtataweid aft eae r(aaiiw www
v4acb are saSEiciesrft, Reisebe lea" fwwse t emSSert Ike ftoea
said. I wmk wia le wse fw tbe Mrtar
IE stodests bave abwe aTesrageEacl Fuceiga Sseat Tear la
pruaiMiiS, ttbey sbomM bave above MarcTa,
5 : t-'n
Front iw ddeS; to rigbt); Joan
Kloge, JeAma Saader,Betay
Brancb and Konalfl XablmeiHr.
Back row ((le2t to rjgW: Mor
Thirty-nnr mft bave ap
plied (for the t?sitin f Binrary
Cioinnandailt at tfbe I!iKS MlHtary
Kali, ani win be toterraewed by
seninr cadHs frma Air Fiitw,
Army and Xavy KiOTC w Sw. S,
Oiuf-k Tomsea, Wing Staff Msera
ber. anninmced Fradsjp.
The candidates aiv: Harriett A3
Bpr, TPeggy Baldwin, SBarfiya Bei
df!k, Cxienna Berrj-. Janice Car
wsan, Fbyllis Cast, Shirley Pstar,
Shirty Tewey, GaO Brahnta, Xaa
cy Brasper, Sharna TEgger. Fauwea
&utzmann. Xanry BaE, Marianne
Hansen, Oaire Hbsman. !
Wills Biwalt, Marlcne Bukfhin-
sna, Juan Knadson, Beggy Larsfn,
Sandra tjedingham. Vbiian Bem-;
aner, Sliirtey MdPedb, Barbara OB-1
sen, Marfiyn toi j
eanine Schliefeflt, Bbyffis Sber-:
man, Sandra Stevens,, lucrifl Swnr- i
re, Cartil Thomnsna, Baula WcBs,
$nyt Walla, Virginia Wiiw, Kay
Tickets Sar fee' Menotta double
bill cf cperas are still available,
Yam Olson, ticket sales chairman,
Several good student tickets beve
not ye:t been sold, be said. TheBe
seats ;are mot reserved and cost
$130, be added.
Students may also purchase loge
and main iloor seats at regular
prices, be said. The .operas are
nemg presented 3B.ov. S at S p.m.
in the Stuart tfheater.
Marie Powers, former prima
donna to fine Paris Opera, will sing
the lead to '"The Medium," feature
attraction. The Medium" as She
story .of an hallucinated spiritual
ist wbD believes in ber supposed
urysto powers, Olson said.
An cper a-bu5a, "The Tele-
pbnne,' wiD be presented as a
curtain-raiser.. It is a snarl com
edy abaul cKcessive Mephoning
thst women .du, C!1kqd said.
GiKD-Car'lo Menotti, composer cf
both -operas, is a- Pulitzer Prize
Mondiry -is the -day sat to the
Mortar Board Shoeshine en the 1
first ioar eff the Union betwaEE 1
llt3D a.m. and S pjn,
Sis Ma-tar Board members will
be en hand every bour lo shine Hie
The shoesktne is beisig inaug- i
urated this year for the purpose cf
coDecttof funds for AITF.. Price lar
a shine will be Tffi cents.
Some Tickets Left
For PJenoffi Opera
avera sclsoJars&ip, EresSow sail.
The scboiarsbiip reqreasests
were aa toegral part of tie pc&cy
aaJ sbfa3d June beea coc&kkred
v i t h the JwSry J sasi. Cocacil
nsenabers sb.xiJd tee at to w
mm cm the es;.ter, be sai-d.
A Kv&kwi was passed to tM
Brc&ws sooUvi vsrJl t&e next
MB's To Fine
Fritoy atM is Mwlar Bari
Late fK XIM, aeewwSas t
Camle Veterseker, !rtar Baerw
CWAs wiS ke liked eeat r
every miaone St are eat after
lt. ami tke elos: kr at
Counsel ILinoBjT Sue
gaa Balmes, Alam Chanka, Xea
dft& Snider, David JtelmsciB and
Bfinamd E&fy, Stat xnctemBi at
Ag Day Plans
PreparationE for Ag Day, to be
beld Sffturdty, are to tie Sinai
stapes at tfbe College ff Agrioul
tmre, reports Dr. Franklin 3E3
dridge, assaciate (director nf resi
NebraskHns attending Jfhe epen
bouse may register airy ittme aSter
$ am. to ttbe Ag Activities Build-ing-
wberc they wH be civen a
map eff ttbe campus and a program
for ifhe (flip's activities. Some ttio
feets Sot Ihe noon barbecue will still
The Ag program wiD in
clude (departmental cpen bouses,
khibf in tfbe college activities
building as wel as special displcys
in ttbe (departmental buildings, con
ducted tours around tfbe campus
and Ifhe barbecue at moon.
winner .of 1958 for "The Saint f
Eleeker Street.'" He bas also writ
ten ""The Island God," Amaabl aa
The 3?igbt Visitors,'" "The It
Maid and The Thief and "lie
""Menotti is .one cf tfbe country1
fastest-rising young composers,'
Olson said. His cperas are noted
Jar their interesting plots and 3od
music, be said.
Both .operas are modem and will
be sung in English, be said. A culfc
ural attraction that compares wiSh
this one seldom comes to Iin coin,
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