The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 01, 1957, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Pecs 4'
To Lecture
Joseph Wood Krutch, critic and
man of letters will lecture at the
University May 7, 8 and9.
He will be the guest of the de
partment of English, the Research
Council and the University Com
mittee oa Convocations.
During his stay at the Univer
sity Mr. Krutch will meet with
the faculty and students in a num
ber of classes.
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Love li
brary Auditorium he will address
the public on the general topic,
"Wisdom versus Know-How," or
Man the Maker versus Man the
Krutch has written many vol
umes of literary criticism. His
particular interests are the eigh
teenth Century, drama and Amer
ican Literature.
Krutch was for many years
Brand er Matthews professor of
dramatic literature at Columbia
University, and be was an editor
and drama critic on the Nation
from 1924 until recently. His essays
and studies appear regularly in
such periodicals as the American
Scholar, House Beautiful and Harp
ers. ' Krutch baa lived in Arizona in
the past few years, and has be
come something of a naturalist.
His most recent books have dealt
with his observations of changing
The Outside World:
Peterson Mentioned
Administration officials said Tuesday they "guess" President Eisen
hower will nominate Val Peterson to be Ambassador to Denmark in
about two weeks.
Milford Cleanup Continues
More than 1,100 volunteer workers poured into disaster stricken
Milford Monday, including workers from 23 communities in Nebraska
and Kansas.
Intervention In Jordan
The United States has charged that "international Communism,
erving as agent for the Soviet Union, was guilty of foreign interven
tion in Jordan.
A State Department statement implied that the aim of the inter
vention was a Red take-over of the country.
Victor Anderson
Gov. Victor Anderson has termed his hold-the-line approach to
state spending "the most popular think I've ever done in my po
litical career."
Sky Inspection
Soviet Russia has offered to open up Siberia to "sky inspection"
gainst nuclear stockpiling, provided Washington clears the way for
looking at Alaska and a huge part of the United States.
The Soviet plan was put before the closed meeting here of the
U.N. subcommittee on disarmament and broadcast to the world by
Radio Moscow.
Military Aid
President Eisenhower said the United States delivered $670 millions
worth of military goods to free world nations in the last half of 1956.
Nebraska Legislature
The Nebraska Legislature has squelched a plan to help make Ne
braska beautiful by establishing a two-cent refund value on all beer
The theory was to discontinue tossing beer containers along road
sides by making it worth while to return the cans or bottles to the
ay Morning
Breakfast Set
For Sunday
The YWCA May Morning Break
fast, being held in conjunction with
Spring Day and Ivy Day events,
will be held Sunday at 8 a.m. in
the Union.
The anneal May Morning Break
fast will honor the outstanding
Y" senior women and the moth
ers of the "Y" girls.
The theme of this year's break
fast will be "The Horizons of
Mrs. Grace Roblee, a Lincoln
YWCA Board member, will speak
on "Leadership".
Sara Jones andiier mother will
deliver the daughter's welcome
and the mother's response.
The program is planned so that
those who wish may attend church
iter the breakfast.
Anyone wishing to attend the
breakfast may purchase tickets for
81 each from the YWCA office or
members of the Y cabinet.
Shoo Shine
Frolic To Help
Hungary Fund
The Hungarian Student project
will sponsor a shoe shine frolic this
and next week, according to Emil
Gadeken, chairman.
Organized houses on campus are
asked to divide up into groups and
register for times and a preference
of the organization they would like
to shine shoes for, Gadeken said.
Girls organizations will ghinefor
boys and vice-versa.
"We will first try to match
groups with preferences as closely
s possible," Gadeken said. "We
will contact groups registering as
to time and place and attempt to
help is correlating times. The
group whose shoes are being
shine d will pay a fee which will go
to tee Hungarian Student fund,
Gadeken said.
tbskh Council Meeting
There will be a meeting of the
f:u.-!rr,t Health Council at 7 p.m.
Wednesday in the Student Union.
The above diagram shows the location
Mechanical Engineers
The American Society of Me
chanical Engineers will meet
Wednesday at 7:15 in Richards
A movie entitled "Guided Mis
siles" will be shown, a talk on
auto racing will be given by Ray
Valasek and the election of offi
cers will be held.
University GOP
Newly elected officers of the Uni
versity Young Republicans Club
are: (from left) Don Huwaldt,
treasurer; Bob Krohn, president;
Jpanne Allen, corresponding sec
Rag Applications
The Rag Staff application blanks
will be ready May 2, according to
Ken Keller, assistant director, of
Public Relations.
The application blanks can be
picked after May 2 at the Public
Relations office.
Interviews are scheduled for May
22 and are to be held in Room 313
of the Union.
The positions open and the
salaries per month for each posi
tion are: Editor, $05; Business
Manager, $60; Circulation Man
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ASCE Meeting
The student chapter of the
American Society of Chemical
Engineers wil hold its last meet
ing of the year Wednesday at 7
p.m. in Room 305 Stout Hall.
The newly elected officers will
The program will feature Doug
Mansfield, senior in the depart
ment, who will present a research
paper on construction of struc
tures on permanently frozen
Krohn Elected
As Republican
Club President
Robert Krohn, freshman in the
College of Engineering and Archi
tecture, has been elected president
of the University Young Repub
licans Club for the coming year.
Other newly elected officers are:
Monroe Usher, junior in College
of Arts and Sciences, vice presi
dent. Joanne Allen, sophomore In
Teachers College, corresponding
George Raymer, junior in Col
lege of Arts and Sciences, record
ing secretary.
Don Huwaldt, junior in Teachers
College, treasurer.
The officers and the following
two students will compose the ex
ecutive board: Mary Lou Lucke,
freshman in Teachers College; and
Gary Rodgers, a freshman in Col
lege of Business Administration.
Krohn said the club will "con
front the students anew with their
responsibilities in the functioning
of local, state, and federal govern
ments. "This organization can be most
instrumental in giving the students
not only the opportunity for active
participation in governmental af
fairs, but also will bring incalcu
lable benefits to their present
communities and to those to which
they will belong after graduation."
retary; Gary Rodgers, board
member; Mary Lou Lucke, board
member; Monroe Uusher, vice
president ; Robert Olberding,
(standing) instructor in business
Ready May 2
ager, $60; Sports Editor, $45
Managing Editor, $45; two News
Editors, $45; Editorial Page Edi
tor, $45; four Copy Editors, $35;
Ag Editor, $20; and four Assistant
Business Managers, $20 plus com
Spring Day Tickets
All Spring Day tickets must be
turned in Wednesday, 6:30-9:30
p.m. in the main lounge of the
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of the various events of
Bites The Dust
A participant in the bronco rid
ing contest last year takes a head
er into the dust. The contest is one
of many such scheduled for the
Farmer's Fair. Spring day events
Friday will see the prospective
cowboys and cowgirls try their luck
in such events as the wild cow
Ivy Sing Meeting
There will be a meeting of all
fraternity song directors in Room
315 of the Union on Thursday. ' I
this meeting the drawings fur ri
der of competition will be he) t.
In addition, all those fraternities
who have not paid their $3 entry
fee should have It with tbem at
that time.
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faculty adviser; and George Ray
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Spring Day
milking contest and the barrel
race. The Typical Cowboy and
Cowgirl, Whisker King and God
dess of Agriculture, usually pre
sented at the Fair will be re
vealed at the Street Dance Fri
day night.
Spring Day...
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k-gs no crossed while be is run
ang. Men's Football throw, one prac
tice toss, one throw for distance;
Faculty 3aby Bottle Contest, Each
ne given a bottle full of milk, first
to drink wins; Women's Peanut
Pushing, push the peanut with
nose over the prescribed coarse:
Coache's Shot Put, farthest throw;
Women's Tandem Bike Race, once
around the mall with riders ex
changing at half way point; Men's
Tug of War, same rules as Wom
en's; Faculty Three Legged Race,
two participants running with one
of each of their legs bound to
gether. Women's eggcatching, two par
ticipants throw an egg between
them at several increasing
intervals; Men's Three Legged
Race, two participants running
with one of each of their legs
bound together; Faculty and Wom
en's Baseball Throw, one practice
throw, and one throw for distance.
11 a.m.: Men's Tandem Bike
Race, Same rules as for men.
Spring Day begins Friday at 8
a.m. with an All-University parade,
"Jag to Ag,".
A public barbecue will be held
on the southeast corner of the Ag
Engineer's building from 12 noon to
1:30 a.m. Friday.
The annual Farmer's Fair Rodeo
will commence at 1:30 p.m.
The Union Birthday party begins
Thursday at 6 p.m. with the Art
Thomas Carnival. The rides stay
open until Saturday at 12 p.m.
Among the other features of the
Union Birthday Party are reduced
prices in the Crib; free movies in
the Ball Room' Friday; and a
street dance in front of the Union
Friday night from 8:30 to 11:30
p m. Bud Holloway will play for
the dance.
Friday Night:
Hollovay To Play
For Street Dance
Bud Holloway and his orchestra
will be featured at the Street
Light Strut, Friday in front of the
Holloway's orchestra consists of
eleven men and is the largest band
in Lincoln.
The dance will begin at 8:30
Ivy Day Sing
The Ivy Day sing program for
women has been announced by the
AWS Board.
The organizations participating
and their selections are: Kappa
Delta, "Lift Thine Eeyes to the
Mountains,' director, Betty Soren
son; Terrace Hall, "Get Happy,"
director, Mary Louise Gunlicke;
Towne Club, "Elijah Rock", direct
or, Velda Stokke; Zeta Tau Alpha,
"Rhapsody in Rhythm," director,
Pat Alvord.
Love Memorial Hall, "Salutation
to the Dawn," director, Margot
Franke; Delta Gamma, "In the
Still of the Night," director, Sally
Carter; Alpha Chi Omega, "Alpha
Chi Sweetheart Song," director,
Carol Asbury.
Delta Delta Delta, "Twilight Le
gend," director, Carol Newell
Blore; University Nurses, "Hi Lili,
Hi Lo," director, Janet Carson;
Pi Beta Phi, "Let My People Go,"
director, Gerre Swanson; Alpha Xi,
Delta, "Rose Marie," director, Lois
Ripa; Alpha Phi, "My Dream Son
ata," director, Jodie Kuxhaus.
Sigma Kappa, "Voice of Sigma
Kappa," director, Lois Panwitz;
Alpha Omicron Pi, "April in Pa
ris," director, Phyllis Kapustka;
Residence Halls for Women, "Roll,
Chariot," director, Phyllis Malony;
Sigma Delta Tau, "When. You
Wish Upon a Star" director, Wil
lie Rosenthal; Chi Omega, "I
Give' You My Pledge," director,
Jan Roach; Gamma Phi Beta,
"Lover," director, Norma Bossard;
Kappa Alpha Theta, "Theta Lips,"
director, Mary Huston.
The sing is scheduled to begin at
10:30 Saturday morning.
The judges are Russ Cummings,
Norfolk, Miss Lucille Reilly, Bea
trice and Gordon Floos, Fairbury.
13 Candidates:
Biz Ad Exec
Election Set
For Today
The Business Administration Ex
ecutive Council election will be
held Wednesday from 7:45 to 12
noon and from 12:45 to 5 p.m.
The election will be held in room
212 of the Social Science building.
The candidates are: sophomores,
Robert Krumme, Roger Rankin,
Eldon Ritterbush; juniors, Bever
ly Ellis, John Fifer, Milan Frey,
Don Geis and Sonia Sievers; sen
iors, LaGrande Coady, Jean John
son, Richard Kucera, Donald
Stokes and Wayne Thompson.
Only students in Business Ad
ministration with twelve hours
or more will be allowed to vote,
Morrison stated.
Students may vote for only those
candidates in their respective
Cosmo Club
To Feature
Han, Chong
The Korean Consulate General
and Vice Consul, Chu Young Han
and Woo Chong will be dinner
guests of the Cosmopolitan Club,
Thursday evening at 6 p.m. in
Parlor B of the Union, according to
Miss Lucile Cypreansen, sponsor of
the club.
The Consulate General will ad
dress the group and will show
slides after the dinner.
The Korean students on campus
will present a Korean dance as a
part of the after dinner program.
Anyone who is interested in at
tending the dinner may buy tickets
from Miss Cypreansen in the
speech department. All reserva
tions must be made before Wednes
day evening.
Wednesday, May 1, 1957
p.m. and will be held between 14th
and 15th on 'R' Street. No parking
will be allowed in this area after
5:30p.m. Friday. ALL cars violat
ing this rule will be towed away,
according to Judy Decker, chair
man. The dancing area will be dec
orated with Japanese lanterns.
Tables will be placed around the
dancing area.
Bob Krumme will be master of
ceremonies at intermission. The
Union board will cut a huge three
tier birthday cake which will be
served at the dance. The winner
of the whisker contest will be an
nounced at this time and there will
also be entertainment. During the
dance, particpaiits may enjoy re
duced prices in the crib and cafe
teria and the carnival in the Un
ion parking lot, Miss Decker said.
The band has been together for
about three and a half years, and
the personnel, except for three
men, is exactly the same as when
it was started. Rod Barker, vocal
ist, has sung on KOLN-TV for two
years and also appeared on a show
last September which featured Peg.
gy Lee and Jimmy Wakely. Del
Whitcomb is featured as guitarist
with the band.
Ivy Bay
The following songs have been
entered in the Ivy Day Sing accord
ing to Bob Scbyler, chairman of
the Interfrateraity Sing.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Let There
Be Song.
Alpha Gamma Sigma, Road to
Beta Theta Pi, Winter Song.
Beta Sima Psi, All the Things
You Are.
Alpha Tau Omega, Everybody's
Got a Home But Me.
Delta Sigma Psi, Born to Be
Delta Tau Delta, Hi Ho, Nobody
Gaudeamus Igitur.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Song of the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Deep Riv
Sigma Nu, Battle Hymn of the
Sigma Chi, Ezikial Saw the
Farm House, Kemo Kjno.
Delta Upsilon, God's Son.
Phi Kappa Psi, Hold "Em Joe.
Phi Delta Theta, Rock'a My Soul.
Theta Ki, Soon I Will Be Done.
Arts and Sciences