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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1955)
Tuesday, November 1, 1955
17 17 Act
vjiEtion An series
T Beg fin
Music, dance and drama will
be combined in the Arts series
sponsored by the Union, including
dancer Paul Draper; Gloria Lane
Mezzo-soprano, and Actor's Hob
day, Clare Hinman, member of
the Union Board of Managers,
Tickets for the series will be
on sale Friday for students and
Nov. 9 for the public. Prices are
$2.25 for students, $3 for faculty,
$5 for patron. Membership is linv
ited to 600. All concerts will be
presented in the Union ballroom.
The first program on Nov. 17
will be Paul Draper. Draper com'
bines tap with modified ballet
movement ta express himself, she
said. Some of his numbers are
character sketches; he parodies a
dance ball character with a wild
footed imaginary partner and a
politician complete with baby kiss
ing, Miss Hinman said.
He appeared as soloist with the
Boston Symphony Orchestra, she
said. Dance Magazine stated that
he has bridged the gap between
the musio hall and the concert
stage. Draper has inspired cartoonists
Saul Steinberg, Al Hirschfeld, Sam
Herman and Oscar Berger to cre
ate some of their characteriza
tions, she said.
The second program which
features drama will be held Jan.
18. "The Actors' Holiday" fea
tures several plays and sketches.
Marge Redmond, Lee Krieger,
George Ebeling, Lillian Little and
Stuart Vaughan will appear in
the variouw numbers,; Miss Hin
"The Boor," a comedy of bed
manners by Chekhov, will be one
of the plays. Stridberg's "The
Stronger" portrays two actress
es who meet in an old-world cafe.
Other numbers include a verse
NU Flying Club Defies
Nature, Chases Clouds
By ARLENE HRBEK
Staff Writer .
Mother Nature has been enforc
ing her laws for a number of years.
Some people think laws were made
to be broken, often they band to
gether to rebel against limitations.
The University Flying Club is such
The Flying Club doesn't claim
Icarus as its founder, but it be
lieves man can don wings and soar
like a hawk. . . if he uses the
Piper J-3 or PA-12 type wings. The
Piper cubs are used for instruc
tional and short-trip flights.
Persons interested in the Univer
sity Flying Club buy a share in
the planes. The $50 investment
is used for maintenance of the
craft and club dues. At the end of
the year, members are refunded
this retainer, minus dues.
When you break a law, you must
pay a fine. Mother Nature doesn't
tine you for flying, but you usually
must have a large bank account to
learn the art. The main purpose
cf the University Flying Cub is to
help students learn to fly without
the heavy expense.
Under normal conditions, a pilot
ing license would cost $400. Be
cause of special rates given to the
University Flying Club, the instruc
tional expense for a license costs
The Lincoln Institute of Flying
at the Union Airport furnishes in
structors for the club. One mem
ber, Bill Rucker, recalls his days
as a beginner. "When I'd accumu-
Rifle Club Plans
University Rifle Club will elect
officers Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Room
206, Military Science Building, ac
cording to Captain A. L. Belknap,
Membership is open to all stud-
t n t in rifle shooting. Equipment
and instructors are available for
the use of all club members. Dues
have been set at $2 for this school
More information may be ob
tained from Capt. Belknap, Mili
tary Science Building.
Movie ToN Feature
Special showing, bf the movie,
"The Living Room of the Universi
ty," will be held from 7 to 7:40
p.m. Tuesday at the Ag Union.
This color film relates the story
of the Memorial Union Building at
the University of Wisconsin. It is
the first film ever to be made
showing what happens in a campus
community center, and why.
This free movie is being spon
sored by the Ag Union Activities
Committee. The movie will con
clude at 7:40. -
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play by Edna St. Vincent Millay
which revolves around a clown.
"A Pound on Demand' is an
acecdote sketched by Sean O 'Cas
ey that takes place in an Irish
post office, she said.
Gloria Lane, mezzo-soprano, will
appear Feb. 16. She sang the role
of Desideria in Menottrs "The
Saint of Bleecker Strret" in New
.York, and the secretary in the
premiere of Menottrs "The Con
sul." Miss Hinman said.
Miss Lane has sung with The
Robin Hocid Dell Orchestra under
Dimitri Mitropoulos and appeared
in numerous television and radio
programs. She appeared in the
role of the mother in Menotti's
"Amahl and the Night Visiots,
over TV, she recently she appeared
on the "Ed Sullivan" show.
At New York's Town Hall she
sang the leading role in Monte
verdi's "Coronation of Poppea" with
American Chamber Opera Society
She has also sung with the New
York City Opera Company.
Union Plans Series
Of Book Reviews
The Union is presenting the first
in a series of book discussions en
titled "Books and Coffee," Wednes
day at 4 p.m. in Union Room 315.
Mrs. W. D. Douglass, manager of
a local department store book de
partment will discuss new books of
the fall publishing season. Coffee
will be served. There is no admis
Wednesday. Nov. 16. at 4 D.m. in
the Faculty Lounge, Mr. Frank
Thompson of the University Eng
lish Department will give a book
review on "Band of Angels" by
Robert Penn Warren.
These discussions, sponsored by
the Forum committee of the Un
ion, will be given every other week
at this time.
lated eight flying hours,' I felt like
a jet ace ready and able to con
quer a tiger." "I feel commetelv
free when I'm up there," he con
tinued, "I've always wanted to
look down on a flying hawk and
now I can."'
If you feel like defvinu nature.
learn to fly and exDerience the
thrill of chasing clouds. Guide
your rebel spirit to find this quiet
To Hold Meeting
Pre-Law Club will have their first
meeting Nov. 16 at 7 in the Col
lege of Law Building, James Lake,
assistant professor of law and fac
ulty adviser announced.
This club, organized by popular
vote of faculty and students of
school, is to provide an opportunity
for student and faculty to become
better acquainted. Anyone inter
ested is invited to attend, Lake
Selective Service Qualification
test applications must be submitted
by interested students by midnight
Tuesday, the office of Dean Hertz
lick, Dean of Teachers College, an
nounced. To be eligible for the test, to
be given at the University Nov. 17,
a student must intend to request
deferment as a student, be taking
a full course of instruction, and
omust not have taken the test be
fore. The purpose of the test is to give
local boards evidence in consider
ing student deferments for military
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where your earnings will average (3
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firm has openings for several ambitious
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FOR SALES 2 portable typewriters.
Remington Quiet-Rlter and Smith
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LOST Gray Flannel Winter Coat At
Intramural Game On City Field Last
Friday, Reward. Call Terry Hlfcglns
Lost Silver Teapot In brown zipper
case. Left on hood of car parked on
campus Saturday Morning. Call Uni
versity Extension 4135 or 3-4461.
For Rent Lovely Room In Stone Air
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Kitchen A TV Privileges. Phone 3-0966
Dance Artist To
Paul Draper will be the first
in The Arts series to be present
at the Union Ballroom. Draper
combines tap with modified bal
University students were
honored at Ak-Sar-Ben's seventh
annual scholarship luncheon Satur
day. Gov. Victor Anderson, Chan
cellor Clifford Hardin and the
faculty committee on scholarships
Recipients from Lincoln are
Joyce Sporn, Alan Moore, Lora
Lingren, Judith Koester, Arte Held-
enbrand, Lorraine Bartuly, Betty
Parks, Leonard Engler, Albert
Flowerday, Richard Nelson, James
Feather and Walter Patterson.
Others are: Meica Dee Bonde,
Phyllis Hansen, Eula Hill, Vesta
Ahav. Rose Tondl. Norma Wolf.
Phyllis Banks, Mary Berger,
Helen Bishop, DeEtta Chatterson,
Evonne Einspahr, Marie Gerdes,
Katrina Thompsen, Joyce Benge,
Karen Boning, Edna Cleveland, Jo-
Joan Hathway. Mary Kimsey,
Marian Sokol, Imogene Barry, Jo
an Erickson, Betty Eberhart, Cor
ene Griffiths, Janet Hightree, Bon
nie Lindau, Marta Trautimas, Mar
vin Bishop, Eldon Ervin, Glenn
Frink, Robert Glock, Billy Griffith,
Ronald Helsone, William How
ard. James Janulewicz, Delbert
Kuhlman, Robert Rathjeen, Larry
Voss, Paul Yeutter, Wayne Chris
tofferson, Jerrold Gillespie, N Dean
Hans, Larry Moody, Paul Penas,
Lanny Youngson, Darrel Zessin,
Donald Beck, John Bur bank,
Virgil Meyer, Harlan Kuester,
In answer to Inquiries concern
ing regulations applying to the
new library hours, Frank Lundy,
library director, issued the fol
Books can be checked out on
Saturday anytime after 12, ex
cept on football days when the
library closes at noon. Books
can then be checked out one hour
before closing time. Books may
be checked out anytime Sunday.
One day books checked out
either Saturday or Sunday must
be returned by 9 a.m. Monday.
Fines are not given on books
due Sunday. This does not com
pel students to return books on
Exactly the same thing goes on
one and two week books. If they
are checked out on Sunday they
are due the following, day or two
weeks from the Saturday before
they were taken.
The corrected schedule for the
Junior Division study courses is
Monday and Wednesday at 3 and 4
p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday at
11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Courses are offered in Better
Study Methods, Planning Your
Time, Better Note-Taking and Pre
paring For and Taking Exams.
Complete Lighter Line
121 No. 12th
let movement. The series in
cludes a mezzo-soprano and a
drama program. Tickets will be
on sale Friday for membership
in the series. (Story At Left)
Wilfred Schutz, William McQuistan,
Lowell Hummel, William Mann
lein, Miles McCullough, James Mc
Lean, Alfred Trenkle, Harvey Trip
pie, Keith Versaw.
Lewis Zemanek, Leslie Zimmer
man, Ronald Reinmiller, Ivan
Auer, Alan Hieting, Richard Hub
bard, Richard Johnson, Robert Le
bruska, Albert Mangelson, Roger
Moline, Ernest Nabfty, Robert
Charles Trumble, James Turner,
Roy Volzke, Arley Waldo, Charles
Yost and Hugo Seiler.
For Civil Service
Paying positions in the fields
of physics, .metallurgy, chemistry,
cartography, engineering, mathe
matics, meterorology, o c e a n o
graphy and highway engineers
are open for undergrates, a U.S.
Civil Service Commission press re
lease stated. .
Applications must be filed with
the Board of U.S. Civil Service
Examiners for scientific and Tech
nical Personnel of the Potomac
River Naval Command, Building
72, Naval Research Laboratory,
Washington, D.C., and will be ac
cepted until April 18, 1956.
For those interested in engineer
ing, applications must be filed
with the Board of U. S. Civil Serv
ice Examiners, Bureau of Public
Roads, Department of Commerce,
Washington 25, D.C. They must
be postmarked not later than Jan.
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Orders For Mums
Members of Mortar Board are
now taking orders for Homecoming
mums, large white flowers with a
Mums will be sold at one dollar
apiece by the board members at
all organized houses.
The flowers will be delivered on
the day of the Homecoming game,
Mortar Board suggests these tra
ditional mums as gifts for girl
friends, mothers, relatives or house
For Nov. 8
Annual International Friendship
Dinner will be held Nov. 8 In the
Union Ballroom from 6 p.m. to 8
The City Campus Religious Coun
cil is sponsoring the good will af
fair this year. Last year it was
given jointly with NUCWA.
The purpose of the dinner is to
provide an opportunity for Amer
ican students to become acquaint
ed with the foreign students on the
University campus. All foreign
students are cordially invited, ac
cording to Glenna Berry, CCRC
All individual students, faculty
members or campus organizations
who would like to invite foreign
students should do so.
The menu this year, as in the
past, will feature foreign foods, she
Last year the .banquet was held
in conjunction with United Nations
Week. A. F. Voigt, Assistant, Di
Atomic Research at Iowa State Uni
versity, spoke on the various uses
of "Atoms for Peace." '
Tickets for the Friendship din
ner are now on sale for $1.50 by
all officers and executive council
members of NUCWA. There will be
tickets sold in a Union booth
Thursday, Friday, Monday.
N Tickets will also be sold in or
ganized houses. Fraternities and
sororities wishing to sponsor stu
dents for, the dinner may contact
Dean Rosenlof's office or any
CCRC member. Tickets may be re
served. Only faculty members will be
able to buy from Dean Rosenlof,
but reservations can be made
through his office, CCRC an
nounced. Clark Jeary, mayor of Lincoln,
and Dean G..W. Rosenlof will wel
come those attending the ban
quet. Mary Lou Kimsey will pre
sent a welcome from the students.
Ron Blue will preside as master
Three groups, two of foreign stu
dents, will entertain at the din
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pany of Lincoln was the apparent
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struction work on the proposed li
brary addition to the universe
Law Colleire building, according to
bids opened recently.
The company's Dase diu
Apparent low bidder for electri
cal work was A.B.C. Electric Com
pany, Lincoln, with a base bid, of
$17,200. Reinhard Brothers, Lin
coln, was apparent low bidder on
mechanical work, with a base bid
of $35,642. Apparent low bidder on
the elevator was U'lteeie .ievaiur
Company, Omaha, with a $14,850
In addition, bids were opened for
the electrical contract on the $800,
000 Administration building, with
A.B.C. Electric Company, submit
ting the apparent low bid of $62,
600. The Law College addition will
add about 30 feet to the north end
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi will hold a pro
fessional program Wednesday at
7:30 in Room 316 of the Union.
Mr. Glenn Youssi, executive Vice
President of a local bank, will give
a talk on "Banking Policies," '
Remaining meetings of the Uni
versity's annual Food Handlers In
stitute Will be held in the Union
Tuesday at 2 and 7 p.m., Wednes
day at 2 p.m. and Thursday at 3
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of the existing law building, lo
ontod at 10th and R streets Th
new space will be used for library
and book shelves. Work will begin
this fall and completion is ex
pected next year.
Col. Chester Diestel, professor of
military science and tactics, has
been appointed Nebraska Military
District commander during the
temporary absence of Col. John ,
Col. Diestel assumed command
Oct. 25 and expects to remain in
command for three weeks while
Colonel Dey, permanent command
er, attends the Armed Forces Man
agement School at Fort Belvoir,
Block And Bridle
Fourteen men were initiated into
the Block and Bridle Club last
The new members are: Merle
Brestel, Chris Brost, Charles Cor.
kle, Gerald Dart, Dick Deets, Dar
rell Eberspacher, Kenneth Frey,
Bruce Haskell, Philip Kreutz, Al
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