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Carol Link Crowned Queen:
Buffs To Stardust
Black-lighted planets and
rocket missiles blasting a buf-
falo into outer space won Beta
Weather 'R Not
Mostly cloudy through tonight with snow or
rain changing to snow. Colder temperatures
expected by Wednesday. High today ki the
SO's, low near 12.
Vol. 59, No. 25
The new addition to be built on
to the Union in the near future will I
oe oesigaea la provide iacuiues
reeded by all the students, Duane
Lake, managing director of the Un
To surrey student opinion on the
subject, Lake said, a survey will
be taken in all Wendesday 9 a.m.
classes, as to what proposed new
facilities students would use.
The survey will emphasize per-
soaal needs of the students, cot
sj much organizational or general
needs, Lake emphasized. Students
should decide what they alone
would use, be added.
The poll will iocWe only facili
ties, not programming or other
The new adthtiom, which wil
coA around one and a quarter
million dollars, will cover about
74,000 square feet. TV cost of ex
pansion is restricted to the amount
that can be paid of! in a revenue
band issue. The increase of fees to
$? per semester will give the
Union $5 a semester for every stu
Among ideas that may he kite
Cite4 in the new addition would be
to expand the Ballroom to three
tinges its present size. Another
idea is to expand the Crib three
tiroes in a continental style, with
a dancing space and small dining
la soaking out the poll. Lake
and, students should be very sure
fe tXiag cut heblaztks showing
type of residence and how many
times the particular student uses
the Unacm's JaciLities.
Iidkded oo the survey wil be
places to express opinians on 36
different subjects, including more
meeting rooms, additional recrea
tiaiaal facilities, lodcers is addition
to the check room and shower and
Other suggettians include a craft
stnd hobby shop, photo darkrooms.
Navy Drill Uniforms
Uniform far Kara EOTC drill
Tuesday wuH be Dress Blue Able
ith blue CEpcwers, Dick Ed,
Cadet Camniaoder. announced.
Following 5s the list of rgauaized houses that beoli ia the
ACF "Cattle" Auction Wednesday ia the Cmioo Ballroom at 7 p. eel.
Beauty ueeos and other projects that will be acAd are net included
ia the list of organized bouses. Groups wil be sold by the pmmd.
Barn Yeiaht Catlls Comment
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Theta Pi's homecoming display
the men's championship and first
place in the larger houses' com
music listening rooms, separate
television lounge area, barber shop,
bowling alleys and a small inter
denominational meditation chapeL
Students are urged to check fa
cilities which would be of impor
tace to them in the new Union,
Lake said. The basis for judge
ment should be the usefulness to
the individual students, he added.
Space is also available for stu
dents taking the srrvey to fill any
suggestions' or unlisted facilities
they might feel important.
Filings To Run
Until Nov. 29
Filings are now opes for the six
senior Farmers' Fair Board posi
tions, the Ag Exec Board has
Any Ag College senior with a
54 average may apply at 302 Ag
Hall by S pja. Nov. 29.
Board members will be elected
ia an all Ag College election Dec.
The Board also decided to bring
the proposed ormwtitiitimal amend
ments concerning the Ag Exec
Board and Fanners Fair Board
merger before the Ag student body
at the general spring elections.
This can be done providing it is
approved by the Student Council
and the Faculty Comimttee on Stu
Stanley To Speak
At Voc Ag Dinner
CecS Stanlley, aatianil president
of the American Vocatianal Asso
oiattoo and State Director of Vo
cafckmal Education ia Nebraska,
will speak at a dinner meeting cf
the Voc Ag Assaciatiom Thursday
at C.:3fl pja. ia She Ag Union.
Tickets may be purchased for
tl each from Arthur Zeck. Blair
EAaberg and Kormas Bamm or
froni the Vocational Education Of
fice, Room 3U2, Ag Eall. exteu
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Courtesy Sunday Journal and Siar
petition. A red rocket manned
by pledge power circled through
the planets to aim a smaller
rocket at the buffalo. .
Bancf To Perform
Eddy Howard will play for the
Military Bal Dec. 2. Howard's
band has made numerous public
appearances and records since
the group's formation. The Hon
orary Commandant and her three
Going, Going, Gone:
Chancellor Post, Pie On Block
By LI O SWTT'ZEE
1 Cpy Editor
'"Going, Going Gone will be She
call Wednesday might as a wide
conglomeration of groups arad in
dividuals tall under the AUF Ac
The auction will begin Wednes
day at 7 p.ra. ia the Union Ball
roanm. Hank Cech, senior in Denial
Colkge,.iQ serve as auctioneer.
Two new features have been
added to this year's aiutdicm, ac
cording to Cyaathia Hendersan, AUF
special events Chairman. The sor
ority and fraternity pledge classes
will be sold by the pound Cor the
Hrst time Cms year.
Another new feature this year
is X2canceIlar For A Day." The
student who purchases litis, tii
"H3 spend one day as Thancel
Jar," the day to oe selorted later.
Several faculty members have
donated their survioes t anyone
Who buys them. They are '"Doc"
Curtis Elliott, professor of ecorjcum
cs and iriBuraiiDe; Wesley Poe, Di
rector of lamor Dirisiati; Miss
Mary Jeaa M.ulvaney and Miss
Eeverly Becker, instnaclars in
Rex Kncwles, TeUrum sfct
dent fiaaar and AUF advisor, has
offered to wait titles far ary
groiip mhich beys hum.
A pie. Caviar aundentifiel, mnjl
also be scu3 bral not ts give the
auction a take sale aUxaatiaTt.
The tayer w-HJ I given the right
t throw &xe pie is Andy Smith's
faoe.. Smith is president sS AUF.
la additiua to the fratnniry and
ar.arity pledge claises, the licSlcfw
ing indfjienaraA jroips will t
auctiuriwdj EAliI ComncI!. Beziim
Horn of St.llbilk Quftd, Ttwot
CLuh atid the 2;iwrs of the ifte&i
dent JiiiUs iar Woawa, ;
irtesy Lincoln Journal
19M-56 Homecoming Queen
Carol Link was crowned during
half-time ceremonies at the Nebraska-Colorado
j game Saturday
by Mary House, last year's
queen. Chancellor Clifford Har
Miss Link is a junior in Teach
ers College ands a member of
Tassels, AWS bpard and Delta
attendants. Miss Army, Miss
Navy and Miss Air Force, will
be announced at the dance.
Tickets may be purchased from
any senior ROTC student and
at a Union booth.
Auction Weinesiay Might
Among the Queens being offer-land
ed, fcr a price of course, are Barb
dark, ISM Typical Metraska Co
ed; Carol link. Homecoming
Queen; Elaine Satkschewsky, Hel
lo GirL and Miss Jiehraska, Sandy
Being offered for sale
are the 1955 Gornnusker beauty
queens. Honorary Commandant
finalists, cheerleaders and Eligihle
Others who will be sold are the
Mortar Boards, the football team,
BABW president, Carol Anderson
Cech To Serve
Hank Cech, a sexoor in Dental
CoHege. wifl be the auctioneer far
the annual AUF Aoc&oa to be held
Wednesday at 7 pjta,
Cech also served as AUF Auc-j
tioneer last f"
years ag be
was the Mas
ter of Cere
namies fa the
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boziing are co-tuen-xit
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pus yaeis, the
M.crt.ar Beards, the fatfiUJ team.
the title of Cbanct-acff Tar A Day,
and a chunoe to throw a pe at
Andy Soma, preiidect of AIT.
TjictoU fw the Autttaa are S
cents arad win 1 as ti ira or
f anuftd houses and darms, Be Ag
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Delta Gamma won first place
in the Homecoming Display con-
test with this version of "Buf-
Eddy Howard and his orchestra
will play for the forty-third annual
Military Ball, Dec. 2, at the
Coliseum, according to Chuck
Thomson, Air ROTC.
Tickets will be $3 per couple and
$1 for spectator seats and can be
obtained from any senior ROTC
cadet or from a booth in the Union.
Howard s group became the band
of the year in 1947 with their hit
recordings of "To Each His Own"
and "I Wonder." Many of the
nation's top music authorities have
called the Howard musicians "A
merica"s Favorite Dance Band."
The Eddy Howard orchestra has
won more music polls than any
A versatile performer, Howard
plays trombone and guitar, sings,
conducts the orchestra and com
poses many of the songs that his
The Howard orchestra features
a "band within a band." Choosing
several of the musicians in Ms
regular orchestra, Howard has or
ganized a small jazz combo called
"The Dixaelaoders." They play
"New Orleans Style" and the group
is composed of bass, drums, piano,
Doran Post, Prince Kosroet
Highlight of the action will be
the presentation of the 1SG5 Activ
ity Queen and ber attendants, who
will also be sold. Finalists are
Barb Sharp, Beverly Buck. Sar
Cyn Heck, Sara Huhka and Xancy
. The new qrueen will be presented
by Diane Knotek, last year's Ac
tivity Queen and AUF president
Tkkets are being sold this week
in al organized bouses, men and
women's dorms and Ag Campus.
They will also be sold at the door.
Tickets are 23 cents.
Union Starts Sales
Of Single Admissions
Single aijELiss iaa for the dancer
Paul Draper .who w21 appear Nov.
17 are new on sale at the Union
prkes are II far students, XUS9 lot
ticket bocfih. Single adnmsion
faculty, and 12 for patrons.
Draper who conshines tap with
mo&Jjad ballet inovemient is part
of the Arts series sponsored by
the Union. The performance will be
held ia the Union BaHr&ncn.
"After the perf;rxnaare, there
i3 be a ccilt boar," Care Ei
bssjs, iTjeniber ctf the Unka Bwird,
said. This provides an epporfem
tj Iw the firLlty and rtjicits to
speak pem-X-2f with the artist.
The pc can coapare iarprt
s;yrjj and &5eas with the artist and
anicttig SheBsii!ves. she ai3i.
""EmaliBSuiy, Siis l&nmss ooa
tvmc4, 5hte Uiuoo wotid Lie to
. . .
falo Blues." Placing second on
in the sorority contest was
Gamma Phi Beta with "Can
Tops In Popularity Polls
sax, clarinet, trumpet and trom-
In 1939, a relatively unknown
singer crooned "My Last Goodbye"
and the public made it the number
cne song on the Hit Parade for
several weeks. Following up his
success with this record, Eddy
Howard featured "Careless", "A
Million Dreams Ago" and "If I
Knew Then," and each record sold
over a million copies. After these
records appeared, Howard lost
some of his popularity. He organ-
ized his own orchestra but tne
In Moot Court
Two Law College seniors will
leave Lincoln Tuesday for St.
Louis, Mo., where they will com
pete in the annual regional Moot
The seniors are Robert Green
and James Hewitt.
In the first round Wednesday
evening, the Nebraska team will
Owitew UnsxHm Star
argue against a
team from St.
continues through Friday. The
Cfuestion this year is an anti-trust
law problem involving the legality
of a merger between a petroleum
refinery and a gas-station chain.
The Nebraska team will attempt
to argue its way to the national
competition in New York City in
the middle of December. In 1353,
the Nebraska team of Eleanor
Knoll, Ron Hunter and William
Grant won the national competi
tion. work out a system in which the
stodects who bought membership
tickets for the Arts series would
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y-jtagjjam Awyifc ypfCqtfaaavaM ajaaaawa'
select the gorst artist." Ijiusped about 23 per cent this
Tickets for the series which hi-1 year. There irere 1773 requests
eludes all three performances are !'d w;;h the division compared
still on sale. The prices are 1X23 K!2 in The coshW cl
for students, S3 for f acuity and $5 3 candidates available remained p
fw patross. The other programs J proximately the same with K4 thii
include Gloria Lane, mczzoso- J" nd last year.
prana, and the Actors Balkiay, dra-
Hazel Johnsso, Lincoln dance in
stractor, said "Anyor who esjers
good dasckf wi3 vz&jJbu-Zy mats
an e2cH5t perfarm.asice if he
fails to attend Dra.per"s concert."1
The Ne York Tisses ssid list
Draper cwiih'i&e top daacikig wiJs
td3 hiZH m-sts,?:! to ex
press bimself in a &kmt voc Sa
lary tTj.Un"j his own.
See Story, Paga 4
I it -
Couitcar Sunday Journal and Star
Colorado Weather the Storm,
and Chi Omega placed third with
"They Did FalL They Will Fall."
It Happened At NU
While Homecoming displays were lighted Fri
day night, one boy picking up his date at a
sorority house left hurriedly when he thought
he had blundered into a secret meeting.
The entire house was spookily lighted by
candles because antiquated wiring had threat
ened to collapse when the spots were turned
Tuesday, November 15, 1955
u T Play
band didn't seem to be too popular
so he disbanded the organization.
Shortly after the end of World
War H, Howard was signed to re
cord lour sides, two records, three
of which had been selected by
company officials who told Howard
be could choose the tune for the
remaining side. Eddy remembered
that he had beard a song that he
liked called "To Each His Own
in Cedar Rapids, Ia. He chose that
for the fourth side and the song
year and soil sells 2000 copies
In the 1447 popularity poll of Bill
board Magazine, that selection won
first place in both greatest all
around and popular music cate
gories. It also boosted Howard in
to first place in best-liked band
bracket for the year of June, 1946,
to June, 1947. In the male band
vocalist division, Howard was
The Eddy Howard band has com
pleted engagements at Chicago's
Aragon Ballroom, New York's Com
modore Hotel, New York's Capi
tol Theatre and Los Angeles' Co
Howard does not use a girl solo-
jist, but he has a male trio handle
some of the vocal spots instead
of doing all of them himself. As
s good luck charm, be uses "Care
less" as his theme song.
The teacher shortage, acute
throughout the nation, may be eas
ing on the state level.
This is evidenced by the annual
report of the University Teacher
Placement Division which shows
requests for tachers in Nebraska
schools dropped about cine per cent
The cumber of requests declined
from 26 last year to 2294 this
year. The number of placements
in Nebraska dropped also. A total
i Z7S persons received teaching
positions in the state this year
through the facilities cf the place
ment division. Last Tear there were
A teachers placed in the state.
Dp. W. C. ileierhenry, division
coordinator, said the drop in re
quests may in part be due to the
fact that schools which used the
division's services two and three
years ago bare now been able to
retain the teachers which they
faired at that time.
The total number of requests.
I which fcschides out-of-state schools.
S Allhocgh there is a dsfj-Jie scar-
cy of teachers far e!.ejn2ary
schools, lujrhsry prated ctt
that there also is an Lscrtig
shartage of prT3M'l far the ai-fe-ge
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