Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1957)
-' " ' ;
. 8 !
r J. i
; 4 t
T- 'bA v 1 -
Outside brick and stone work
on the University Presbyterian
Chapel goes into place on the
$110,000 building, planned for
completion and dedication at
Representatives from five Ne
braska colleges met at the Unl
versity Episcopal Church Friday
and Saturday to initiate a unified
program for the work of Episcopal
Church on Nebraska campuses.
' Professor Roma King of the Kan
sas City University English de
partment led the discussion on the
"Challenge from Without" and the
"Challenge from Within" the
Church. Through this discussion,
King made his listeners realize
that as individuals they must be
come shapers of thought patterns
along with others such as C. S.
Lewis and T. S. Elliot.
At the close of the conference
Dr.. Ralph Wardle of the Univer
sity of Omaha led a discussion of
recommendations to be made to
the Dioceson Committee on Col
Truckers Can Lose US.
Permit In Hoi Cargo Case
An examiner' has recommend
ed that the Interstate Commerce
Commission move to cancel oper
ating permits of truck lines refus
ing to handle freight labeled, "hot
cargo" by the Teamsters Union.
A "hot Cargo" clause is incorpor
ated in most Teamsters' Union
labor contracts. Under such claus
es, employers agree their workers
may refuse to handle goods held
by the union to be "unfair" or
"hot." Unions use these terms to
describe goods coming from, es
tablishments involved in labor con
troversy. Post Office Moves
April 20th has been set as the
target date for the beginning of
the move of the Post Office Dis
trict office in Lincoln to its new
site in Omaha, according to John
Barkebile, assistant to the region
al director in Wichita. The move
is designed for economy and fast
er service of the mail, Barkebile
aid. The decision to make the
FULL TIME LIFE GUARDS
for MERRITT BEACH this summer.
Write MERRITT BEACH, 827 S. 26th, Lincoln,
Nebraska, for application.
Campus Close Up: McGregor
"Jac",Set in Polished Cotton at
Jim Baird takes a long
look at new Magee's
cotton Jac in solid sand
or stripes with knit trim,
over the matching knit
shirt with polished cot
ton collar and placket
front; short sleeves.
Red, Navy; Black, India
Rope and Bay Leaf
Shirt. ' . ,
Cardigan Jac, $7.95
tstlm Knli Shirt, $4
Pdislicd Cotton Twills, $6.50
Easter. The building will house
a chapel seating 300, a social
hall, recreation room, stage,
kitchen and administrative offic
es. In the background is the
NU Singers, Orchestra
To Give Elegy Thursday
The University Singers with the
University Symphony Orchestra
will present the premier perform
ance of the 'Elegy for a Dead
Soldier" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Union ballroom.
ims tneme or tne elegy com
bined with the musical production
produces a new and unusual work,
Faculty member instrumental in
creating this work are Robert
Beadell, composer, who instructs
composition and theory at the Uni
versity; Karl Shapiro, professor of
English and author of the Pulitzer
Prize winning poem which forms
the text of the elegy, Dr. David
move was the result of 'admin'
istrative approval in Washington,
Huge Price Tag
A price tag of 73 million dollars
mas been placed on the section
of the Interstate Highway from
the Missouri River in Omaha to one
mile west of the Lancaster-Seward
County line. This estimate
was included in a preliminary en
gineering report of the J. E. Grein
er Co., consulting engineers of
Claim Army Weak
A former Army intelligence of
ficer and civilian employee claims
the Army is so "shockingly weak"
it would face "enic disasters" in
any kind of war. The officer. Gar
rett Underhill, listed in a story for
fcsquire magazine item after item
in an effort to show that the Army
lags Demnd Russia in weapons
tactics and i organization and
in some cases even behind Israel
v Courtety Lincoln Star
dent house. Both buildings are
for the use cf Congregational
and Presbyterian university stu
dents. Foltz, conductor of the Thursday
performance and University Sing
ers and Jack Snider, assistant pro
fessor of Music, who has helped
direct the orchestra.
The Elegy is based on the bur
ial of a soldier in the tropics.
The middle of the elegy deals with
the retrospect, that is it tells what
kind of a person the soldier was.
The final portion of the elegy is
climaxed with the proposed epi
taph of this soldier.
Soloist for the Elegy is Leon
The Singers will appear for the
first time with a "new look" ac
cording to Dr. Foltz. The girls will
wear specialized-created black
velveteen cocktail dresses that
correspond to the V-neck, outline of
the boy's tuxedos. "The dresses
should present a strikine aDDear-
ance and appear as glossy as any
major group on campus," Foltz
A committee of three chose the
design . of the dresses and then
Taylor Crafts of Lincoln created
the dress materially.
Beadell wrote the musical score
for the 28 minute performance in
a month and a half. He has written
other works for orchestras, chor
als and bands. Beadell said when
asked the question if he had ever
considered becoming a composer
as a profession "that only on a
University campus could one make
living as a composer. It is too
hard in the big time."
FASHION. . As I See It
Tour NU Representative
to GOLD'S Advisory Board
When summer comes
you can slip into the
most comfortable and
casual of shoes. I can't
think of anything bet
ter for summer fun
wear than some wash
For smart comfort
these Kedettes are
styled like a ballerina
shoe. The soles are
light, flexible crepe
and cork The fabric is
washable, durable pop
lin. Come to Gold's shoe
department and just .
see all the colorful
styles to choose from.
Pictured is the Ballet
Pump, brightly colored
and splattered with
Give your feet a va
cation! They're only
3.95 in Gold's shoe de
partment, first floor.
The Daily Nebroskon
9 NU Library
The University Film Library has
obtained the following films which
may be previewed during this
week through Friday: "No Time
To Spare" (International film Bu
reau; senior high through adult);
"History of Aviation' (Walt Dis
ney, intermediate through adult).
Staff members may make arrange
ments for seeing these films by
calling the Film Librarian, Ext.
The Bureau of Audio-Visual In
struction has added the following
material to the film library: "War
dens of Waterton", "Your Meat
Inspection Service", "Agricultural
Story", "From the Ridge tothe
River," "Brucellosis," "Tree
Bank", "My Conservation Reserve
"Characteristics of Plants and
Animals", "A Sexual ReproduC'
"How Trees Help Us", "Bicycle
Safety Skills", "The Truck Farm".
tion," Mitosis and Meiosis
"Early American Civilization:
Mayan, Aztec, Incan," Bulle
tin Boards: An Effective Teach
"Farm Animals, 2nd Edition", and,
"Indian Family of Long Ago; Buf
falo Hunters of the Plains."
"Conversation Time," an in
formal radio broadcast dealing
with poetry and featuring three
members of the Department of
English, 'Dr."' James Miller, Dr.
Robert Knoll and Miss Bernice
Slote, has been renewed for a sec
ond series of twelve programs.
The programs of the new series
may be heard at 12:45 p.m., sta
tion KFOR on Saturday's and at
6:15 p.m. station KFOR on Sun
days. Turner Captures
Young GOP Post
Darrina Turner, jumor in Arts
and Science, was elected regional
co-chairman of the College Young
Republicans Saturday at the Mid
West YR convention.
The region consists of Iowa, Kan
sas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Oth
ers attending from the University
were: Joannie Allen, Louis Schultz,
Jim Hyink, Don Huwalt, Monroe
Usher, and Gary Rodgers.
Colleges from fourteen states at
tend the yearly convention, which
was held this year at Madison,
loiai com o.3 par aiem tor a
thrilling vacation in th Que-tico-Suprior
wilderness. For in
formation write: CANOE COUN
TRY OUTFITTERS. Bill Bom, Box
717 C. Ely, Minnesota.
! . 7 yJU4Mi If V
I o" S", X., if f J ill i
fCH THAT "EXBCUTlVI IOOK" fhe mooth, flowln,
lines of this taupe uniform are just right. As a WAC
officer, you'll start your career with a position of vital
responsibility working side, by side with male
officers in important staff and administrative assignments.
A stimulating job challenging, rewarding will be yours.
JUNIORS You can find out that this wardrobe fits you perfectly by
wearing It yourself for 4 weeks this summer. The Women's Army Corps offers you a
month's training (or you to become more familiar with Army iife, so you may decide
whether or not you want to apply for a commission during your senior year.
Committee chairman for the fall
Penny Carnival were Announced
Tuesday according to Sandy Kully,
Penny Carnival chairman.
The chairmen are: Dorothy
LOOK YOUR SMARTEST
WJT fffifitf&tS Dady 9:30 to 5:30 Thuday 10 to 8:30 1 1
jj This Week - At Millers! jj
I u u
I , "Double Feature" jj
Q l llJlilVll ULWJ VY U Q
ii , See the smartest fashions for comfortable . ill
I I casual living or active outdoor sports from n
' v MILLER'S SPORTSWEAR, SECOND FLOOR
' AUDITORIUM, Fourth Floor... 4:30 and 7 P.M.
( SATURDAY, APRIL 13 "
jj "BETTY BARCLAY'' MODELING ?
A featuring H
H Cokes ... Pretty Clothes . . . and H
ill M.u.hji kij tug iyauivo n
I AUDITORIUM, FOURTrf FLOOR... 2 P.M.
or Rome this white summer dress uniform stands out. Yes, you'll have
the chance for that exciting foreign travel you've dreamed
about touring historic lands, learning new customs, meeting new
people. The prestige accorded an American officer, your rank ens)
your pay will make your trips doubly enjoyable.
C3 RSS agSnVO
If you are fnfererM, send for fuB Jefolfs on ffie execu
Hre career fhof awaits you as a WAC officer fn the
lnifed States Army, fill In and moll fhs coupon ioday.
Beechner, ticket tales; Reba
Kinne, letters; Becky Colwell,
judges; Judy Combs, voting; Caro
lyn Williams, and Jan Llchtenber-
LEADING THE EXECUTIVE LIFE
Wardrobe Compliment Yewr Ixecuflve Career
en Officer In the Wemea't Army Ceit
TUESDAY, APRIL 11 5
C AN EYECATCHEK I Even In fashion-conscious Paris
j& C3 3 XS3t
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
Department of the Army
Washington 25, D. C
ffeose teno me former fn formation en my carter
at an officer fn me Women's
Wednesday, April 10, 1957
For Next Fall '
ger, booth setup; Mary Vrba
courtesy, name tags and trophy;
and Elizabeth Smith and Kay
OF A WAC OFFICE
OR ENCHANTED EVSNINOS
at the officers' club, you may wear, your own
frothiest gown, and, If you wish, may don civilian
clothes during any off-duty hours. Youfl find
full social life waiting for you In the WAC
whether day to day, with your fellow officers, l
taking your big 30-day Bald vocation every yeas.
w&. 1S3 tX 1 f3 9
$ lir$t floor
College or ii-w sipl rtrt)r Creel.
.. ....... ......-.)... . . ., .
Powered by Open ONI