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Nine finalists have been selected
by a joint group of Army, Navy
and Air Force ROTC representa
tives for the Honorary Command
ant title to be bestowed at the
Military Ball, Nov. 30.
Three girls will compete for the
title of Miss Army. Carol Link
was Homecoming Queen this year,
ana nas Deen a Deauty queen nn-
alist. She is president of AWS.
member of Pi Lambda Theta, and
of Dean Henzlik's advisory board
Courtney Campbell is a mem
ber of Mortar Board, A.W.S., Delta
Phi Delta and is president of Alpha
Phi. She was a candidate for 1956
Homecommg queen and was chos-
en a Countess at Ak Sar-Ben
this year. During her sophomore
year, Miss Campbell was a beauty
The third candidate for the Miss
Election of senior members to
the Farmer's, Fair Board will be
held Monday in the Ag College Ac
tivities Building from 10 a.m. to
Three men and three women will
be selected to serve as senior
members of the board this year.
Candidates for the position in-
r'T'r , "Sir '.tT
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teffflftn, Willa Waldo, Paul Yeutter,
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eouraeed to vote according to Walt
Schmidt, elections chairman.
On Nov. 17, Parents Day, all
fraternities, sororities, dorm and
student houses will hold open
house, according to Arley Waldo;
Parents Day Chairman.
Members of the Board of Re
gents have been invited to attend
as special guests.
Parents Day is sponsored yearly
by the Innocents Society.
This year it "will be held on the
day of the Baylor-Nebraska foot
ball game. A special block of seats
for the game has been reserved for
parents who are roming especially
for the game
Tickets will be sold at the regu
lar price of $3.50. They can be
obtained by writing to the Uni
versity Athletic Office.
The WCA Weekend Project
Committ.es will wash walls at the
Cedars Ho.Tie for Children tomor
row at 6:30 p.m.
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Grid Stars Picked
Right Halfbacks Willie Green
law and Larry Naviaux have been
selected as the NU "Stars of the
Week" for their performances
in the Kansas Homecoming
game. Sec Story on page 3.
Army title, Coco Ohslund, is a
member of Phi Sigma Iota, Ro
mance languages honorary. She is
treasurer of the Red Cross execu
tive committee, and is rush chair
man of Alpha Chi Omega. Miss
Ohslund is a senior in Teacher's
college and comes from Rockford.
The third candidate for the Miss
trm, r. nv,cinH ;
tive committee, and is rush chair
man of Alpha Chi Omega. Miss
Ohslund is a senior in Teacher's
college and comes from Rockford,
Arlene Hrhk. Dinn JCnntelr and
Diane Pederson are finalists for
Miss Navy. Miss Hrbek is a mem-
ber of Kappa Alpha MU( photo.
graphy honorary Gamma Alpha
Chi, and Theta Sigma Chi, jour
nalism honorary. She is activity
chairman of Delta Delta Delta,
Last year she was a Comhusker
beauty queen finalist, and a copy
editor on the Nebraskan
Miss Knotek is Miss Nebraska of
1956. She is president of Student
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a member of Mortar Board. In
1954 she was chosen Activities
queen, and was a finalist for Ideal
Nebraska Coed in 1956. She is Stan
dards chairman of Pi Beta Phi.
Diana Pederson has been a mem
ber of Orchesis for three years, and
served as secretary-treasurer last
year. She is secretary of Rodeo
Club and social chaiman of Kappa
Alpha Theta. She was an' Ak-Sar-
Linda Buthman. Barbara Shame
land Pat Stolder are finalists for
Buthman is editor of the Corn-
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oeciarea in Arts ana bciences is
a memoer of xasseis. fane also par-
ucipaies in urcnesis ana is a mem
ber of Delta Gamma.
Pat Stolder is Chi Omega house
representative to AWS and activi
ties chairman. She belongs to
YWCA and the Home Economics
club. Pat is a junior from Falls
Set As Union
The Football Frolic, an annual
dance sponsored by the Union in
honor of the fotball team, will
be held this Saturday night in the
Union ballroom from 9 to 12 p.m.
"The dance is being held to show
the football team and Pete that
we appreciate the fine job they've
done and to show them that we've
been behind them all season", Ter
ry Mitchem, chairman of the Union
Dance committee, announced.
The music will be provided by
Tommy Tornlin and his orchestra,
The program will consist of sev-
eral small acts by university stu-
dents and highlighted by the ap-
pearance of the ' RAM glee club,
Tickets are 50 cents per person
or one dollar a couple and can be
purchased in the Union lobby the
rest of the week. Cokes will be
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Tom Sloan (left) alias 4'T h e
Henchman" and Bill Elfeldt, "Mr.
Frown," display their roles in Sig-
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Military Bali Program Announced
The 1956 Military Ball program
has been announced by Bill Ruck-
er.' cnairmai1 program corn-
9:00-9:40 Dancing tp Richard
9:40-10:00 Grand March and
the Presentation of the Honorary
KNUS, the university radio sta
won, nas revised tneir program
schedule to better serve their lis
teners, according to Carleton
Holmes, promotion director. The
schedule will be as follows
"Your Campus Station"
880 on your dial
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4.00Lee Rockwell Rhnw
4:55 KNUS Radio Npw
5:00 Rockin' In Rhythm.
5:30 Campus Calendar. (Mon)
Tonight At 8:15. (Tues)
Bandstand Matinee (Wed)
Tonight At 8:15 (Thtirs)
Here's To Vets. (Fri)
6:00 The Concert Hall.
7:00 Sports Picture.
7:15 Bob and Ray Show.
7:30 Top 25 Show.
7:55-KNUS Radio News.
8:30 Easy Rhythm.
8:55-KNUS Radio News.
9:00 Jazz, Hot and Cool.
9:30 Your Dream Girl.
Funeral services for Lora Lee
Lingren, a University alumna from
Lincoln will be held at 2 D.m. to-
day at the Methodist Church in
Miss Lingren was killed Sundav
when the car in which she was
riding collided with another vehicle
four miles southeast of Rosalie.
Miss Lingren received a Bache
lor of Science in home economics
from the University int 1956 and
was teaching school at Lyons.
Judging for the 1956 Kosmet Klub
Fal1 Revue began Tuesday night
and wiU continue through Wednes-
The tome of this year's Fall
Kevue is "Classical Capers." and
will feature the top skits from com-
10:00-10:10 Lincoln Drum and
10:10-10:35 Naval Aviation Ca
10:35-11:20 Dancing to Richard
11:20-11:40 Naval Aviation Ca
11:40-12:00 Arthur Murray Dan
cers 12:00-1:00 Dancing to Richard
Music for this year's Ball will
be provided by Richard Maltby and
his 16 piece college dance orches
tra. Featured will be the group's
two singers, Franky Crockett and
Miss Crockett, who is beginning
her second year with Maltby's or
chestra, won nie runner-up spot
in the 1955 Miss Florida contest.
Dano, in his first year with Malt
by, is a recording artist for VIK
records. He spent the summer in
a series of singing engagements
for summer resort hotels.
Maltby's 16 piece orchestra was
rated the "Most Promising New
Orchestra" in 1955 in a Cashbox
A new feature of this year's
Military Ball, the reserved seating
facilities at the Coliseum is certain
to please, everyone. In past years,
it was not uncommon for a couple
to become separated from the
couple they were doubling with
for the entire evening.
The climax of the evening's fes
tivities will be the presentation of
the Honorary Commandant. The
nine finalists have been selected
by a joint committee representing
the three ROTC branches.
The Lincoln Drum and Bugle
Corps will play five numbers. They
will feature Joan Poskany, the
Judges for the Kosmet Klub
Fall Review tryouts, were an
nounced today by - Bill Bedwell,
president of Kosmet Klub. The
judges are Bedwell, Bob Schlater,
Kosmet Klub advisor, Sam Van-
Pelt, Marshall Nelson, John Nel
son, Jim Boling, Morgan Holmes,
Mary Mulvany, H. P. Davis and
Courtney Campbell, director of
last year's Coed Follies.
Thirteen houses have entered
competition and six of these will
be chosen for the review.
Wednesday, 7-7:20, Theta Xi;
7:20-7:40, Zeta Beta Tau; 8-8:20,
Delta Upsilon; 8:30-8:50, Beta
Theta Fi. x
act as master of ceremonies for
this year's Revue. The show which
will be held on Dec. 14 in the Colis-
eum has been a tradition on the
University campus for many years
Tickets will en on sal
vacation and may be
National Senior Amateur Baton
twirling champion in 1952, in a
baton twirling exhibition.
In addition the ' Arthur Murray
Dancers of Lincoln will present an
exhibition of dancing which will
include the following: Fox Trot
Waltz, Swing, Samba, Mambo, and
Fire of undetermined origin
caused several hundred dollars
damage Tuesday evening on the
second floor of Love Library.
Quick action by library staff
members checked the blaze until
me Lincoln ire Department ar
rived. The fire, discovered by Uni
versity students studying in the
room, was extinguished in a mat
tcr of minutes.
Damage, which was confined
to a small area in the American
Litcratnre-Orr room, was limited
to burned drapes, damaged vene
tian blinds, a window frame, small
pace between the wall and frame
of the building and possible water
damage to a rug in the room.
The loss was not covered by In
An original play by Oscar Man-
del, assistant professor of English,
will be presented Friday and Sat
urday nights at 8 p.m. at Howell
"The Garden of Asclepius,"
based on a Greek legend, involves
the love of a step mother for her
Th role of Asclepius will be
played by Steve Schultz. Other
leading roles will be taken by Bill
Wagner, Joe Hill, Jan Farrel and
' Supporting roles will be played
by Bill Baker, John Laberson, No
el Schoenrock, Rod Holmes, Milton
Grimes, Diana Peters and Skip
Max Whittaker is the director,
and Bernard Skalka, with the as
sistance of Diana Peters, will han
dle the production.
Because of the limited seating
capacity, people who wish to make
reservations for their season's tick
ets or buy single tickets should do
so immediately. This may be done
at ths box office any day this
week between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Wednesday, November 14, 1 956
Winter Here Again
Duck hunting weather returns
to Nebraska today after a one
day respite with colder tempera
. tures and continued windiness
predicted. Today's high is ex
pected to range in the 50's.
Delta, Quad Out:
Kosmet Klub Fall Show scripts
of Delta Tau Delta and Selleck
House of the Selleck Quadrangle
have been rejected by a commit
tee of faculty members from con
sideration for finalist ? -ts.
Announcement of the decision
came Tuesday evening as judges
began the first half of judging. Fi
nal selection is to be announced
following tonight's judging.
Bill Bedwell, president of Kosmet
Klub, was informed of the action
by J. P. Colbert, Dean of Student
Affairs, in a letter which stated
that a committee of five faculty
members chosen by Colbert had
examined all the skits and had
found the two scripts to be unac
ceptable. H. P. Davis, chairman of the
sub-committee on student organ
izations, stated that the scripts
were submitted to the five faculty
members and each was to be clas
sified," "acceptable," and "objec
tionable." Three "objectionable"
votes disqualified a house, Davis
"Acceptable" scripts had a few
questionable parts but could be
amended to be suitable for pre
sentation, Davis said. He also
stated that one of the skits re
ceived five "objectionable" ratings
and the other received three.
Glen Sperry, chairman of the
Quad KK skit, said that he could
possibly understand the objections
and that his organization was work
ing on another script which he
would submit today. The first
skit, based on The Odyssey, was
Dr. Frank Sorenson, chairman
of the department of educational
services at the University, is one
of 10 members of the Air Train
ing Command Advisory Board now
touring the Far East.
The three-week trip has been
planned to give board members an
opportunity to study Air Force
operations in the Far Eastern
Theater and to study problems
which tend, to limit long range
planning and financing and ade
quate retention of personnel.
Dr. Sorenson said one of the
chief problems is the low re-enlistment
rate of Air Force per
sonnel. The committee is to make
recommendations for programs to
boost this rate from the present
25 per cent to 50 per cent.
The group will visit air bases
in Alaska. Japan, Okinawa, the
Philippines and Hawaiian Islands.
USL Watches Suez
A twelve-man team cf U.N. observers have moved into the Sum '.
Canal zone no-man's-land to watch
British and Egyptian forces.
Rokossovosky Quits . j
Marshal Konstantine Rokossovosky has resisrned as Poland', mln. 5
ister of national defense and as deputy premier parliament was told, s
Sheppard Review Denied . ;
Dr. Samuel Sheppard. Cleveland osteonath. last hi tivM w . !
Supreme Court review of his trial
Hungary Relief Planned
Secretary Dag Hammarskjold Monday postponed his trip to the
Middle East fpr 24 hours to discuss with Hungarian nffirinU .
for setting up U.N. relief machinery
hi Hi . .
Sperry said that his group was
now working on a script with the
theme of "War and Peace".
The synopsis of the Delt skit
was taken from the Broadway hit
"Damn Yankees" and was fol
lowed closely in context. The skit,
entitled "Damn Okies" portrayed
a group of Nebraska football play-.
ers willing to give up most any
thing to beat Oklahoma.
Bedwell stated that the scripts
were submitted to Colbert's office
more than a week ago.
Colbert's letter included mention
of the agreement which Kosmet
Klub had made with the commit
tee on student affairs in regard to
submission of all scripts to the
student affairs office.
The annual Kosmet Klub show
was reinstated this year after be
ing suspended last year. '
The annual Collegiate press con
vention was held in Cleveland Ohio
from Nov. 8 through 10, according
to Sam Jensen, Nebraska editor.
University delegates included
Linda Buthman, editor of the Com
husker, Janet Kuska, managing ed
itor and Gene Spence, business
manager of the Cornhusker, Jen
sen and George Madsen, business
manager of the Nebraskan.
About 800 students attended the
thirty-second annual convention,
representing forty-one states, Ha
waii and Canada.
The purpose of the convention,
according to Jensen, was to give
the delegates a chance to increase
their knowledge of college year
book and newspaper procedures.
They were also able to discuss var
ious technical problems th;c"gh
panel discussions and question
groups. "Short courses" were
offered in photography, display and
The judges of American Student
Publications were present and
gave their views on how yearbooks
and newspapers can be improved.
The five University representa
tives to the convention stated that
it was quite helpful to them in their
press work. Miss Buthman re
marked," I feel that the conven
tion more clearly defined the dut
ies of the yearbook and the meth
ods by which one ca.i be Irn
over the cease-fire between French- .
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