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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1956)
, Jonuory 1956
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Foreign Students To Assist
University foreign students
mho will serve as hostesses on
the opening day of the Interna
tional Art Show Saturday at
Miller & Paine Auditorium are
shown. Seated on the floor, left
to right, are Mrs. Mukherjee,
Chandra Dissanayake, Olivia
Carino. Standing and seated,
left to right, are Primitive Man
alo, Iichu Chen, Chii-shya Lin,
Asfshan Hessam-Vaziri, Saroj
Khanna, and Andresa Passo. The
art collection contains the works
of young artists of numerous for-
Courtesy Lincoln Star
eign countries as well as of the
United States and Hawaii. This
year the ages of the artists range
from five years to 14 years. This
show is sponsored by the Ne
braska Art Association and the
extension division of Art of the
Visits East Germany:
New Zealand Geologist
A trip behind the .Iron Curtain
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iioa utrcii uie mguugiu 01 a 13
month leave of absence for a New
Zealand geology professor.
Dr. D. A. Brown, associate pro
fessor of geology at the University
of Otago in Dunedin, N.2., ' de
scribed his experience while visit
ing the University campus last
The Geological Survey of New
Zealand had requested that Dr.
Brown on his trip to Europe try to
recover some valuable fossils lost
behind the Iron Curtain. The fos-
Dr. Earle Johnson of Grand Is
land, recently elected president of
the University's Board of Regents,
was reported as doine "Drettv
well' Sunday night, after under
going lung surgery Friday.
His condition was first reported
as "poor." He is hospitalized at
Mercy Hospital in Denver.
A Grand Islnd physician since
1897, Dr. Johnson succeeds J.
Leroy Welsh of Omaha as presi
dent of the board. He had pre
viously served as vice president
of the Board of Regents.
sils had been loaned to a geolo
gist, living in what is now East
Germany, shortly before World
War II started.
Dr. Brown said that after months
of trying he had finally given up
hope of getting to contact the man
Two days before he was to leave
Vienna, he received a telegram in
the middle of the night saying ar
rangements had been made for
him to enter East Germany.
He said he spent six days there
with the man who had the fossils
and succeeded in making arrant
ments for their return to New
Dr. Brown, who is visiting Eu
rope and the United States under
a Carnegie Grant, came to the
University to talk with Dr. Maxim
Elias, paleontologist in the con
servation and Survey division. Both
men are specializing in the upper
He spent from Monday to Fri
day visiting Dr. Elias and other
staff members and even partici
pated in a field trip which he said
he "never dreamed of doing in Ne
braska in the middle of winter."
Dr. Brown said that the out
standing gain of his trip from the
geological point of view has been
to see things that are spoken of
in textbooks. "Meeting with out
standing geologists has been an ed
ucation in itself," he said.
Courtesy Lincoln Stv
The bacteriology department
was donated a sonic oscillator by
the Nebraska Foundation from
"ifts given for that purpose. Dr.
T. L. Thompson, left, assistant
of bacteriology at the University,
inserts a specimen in the instru
ment while Dr. Carl Georgi, pro
fessor of bacteriology, looks on.
The instrument is valued at
$1,450. A $4,870 highspeed, re
frigerated centrifuge was also
donated by the Foundation.
Knoll To Give Review
To Head Tassels
Dr. Robert Knoll, assistant pro
fessor of English, will review
"The Unvanquished" by William
Faulkner Wednesday at 4 p.m. in
Unin Parlors A and B. Coffee
will be served.
According to Knoll, "The Un
vanquished" is not one of Faulk
ner's best works, but it is a good
introduction to Faulkner's writings
for the student. The story is set
in the period immediately follow,
ing the Civil War and deals with
a young man's coming of age. The
book is actually a series of con
nected short stories.
Knoll received his Ph. D. from
the University of Minnesota in
1950. He recently edited the text
book, "Contrasts," used by Eng.
lish 3 classes at the University.
Shirley McPeck, junior in Teach
ers College, was elected presi
dent of Tassels, women's pep or- j Lambda Delta, finalist for 1955 Hel-
the Barb Activities Board for Wom
en, Orchestra, historian for Alpha
ganization, Monday, Courtney
Campbell, publicity chairman, an
nounced. Other new officers are Hanna
lo Girl and vice president of Towne
Miss Herbek is a member of
Coed Counselors Board, secretary I was announced.
A contest featuring identification
of baby pictures of prominent Ag
Campus students is being conduc
ted at the Ag Activities Building, it
0Seb!2lViCe P; Mi1? j of the Residence Halls' and New
Sue Herbek, secretary; Ruth Chu- man
dacoff, treasurer; Sandra Kadle-
cek, publicity, and Donna Saw-! Mis Chudacoff is a member of
veil, notifications. ! University singers, Union film
Miss McPeck, is a member of committee and vice president of
Sigma Alpha, Coed Counselors, PiiS'S3 DeIta Tau
Lambda Theta. University Sineers Miss Kadlecek is a member of
The pictures wiH be displayed in
the Ag Union show case from Feb.
1 to 10.
Clues will be given each day and
a prize will be awarded to the per
son identifying the most photos.
Students attending the Sno-Ball
and Alpha Omicron Pi
Miss Rosenberg is a member of
Dance Feb. 11 will elect a "f"iiti:t
the Women's Athletic Association j Baby" from group. Voting will
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To Aid Art
The University Foundation has
received an additional $7000 gift
to be added to "The Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Woods Fund," for the pro
fessional benefit of the University's
art department faculty, Perry
Branch, director-secretary of the
Foundation, announced today.
: The gift was made by Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Woods of Lincoln,
wl established the Fund in 1954,
with an initial gift of stock valued i
$13,000. t a.s p B
- lae und will be used for travel 1
expenses for the Art faculty when
a member either has been invited
to give a one-man exhibition-fcf
his works, has a number of works
o display at other galleries, or
wishes to attend an approved
course of study at a foreign insti
tution. " The income also can be used to
supplement the usual University
travel allowances for Art faculty
members desiring to attend profes
sional meetings in distant cities.
Mrs. Woods, the fomer Sarah
Ladd, is a former student of the
University. Woods is president of
the Woods Charitable Fund, which
la recent years has given the Uni
versity through the Foundation
grifts approximating $200,000, in
cluding a $100,000 gift which es
tablished a mental health program
st the University. Woods also is a
trust of the University Found a-
tion. ! "
Board, Coed Counselors and Kap
pa Alpha Theta.
Miss Sawvell was an outstand
ing Coed Counsellor, member of
I YWCA and is corresponding secre
f tary of Delta Delta Delta.
take place during the dance from
8:30 p.m. until 9:45 p.m.
The person chosen "Cutest Ba
by" must be in attendance at the
dance as the winner will be pre
sented at intermission.
bachelor master doctor
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