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The Doilv Nebraskan
Mondov. September 23 1957
1 1 1
Keep up the good work.
That may seem little premature being
directed at the Student Council.
But one of the most important items on the
agenda for this year the development of the
Snadent Tribunal has been given a boost which,
we are convinced, will set the pace for the
whole year oa the council.
President Helen Gourlay
said that she was concerned
about the Student Tribunal
and consequently was plac
ing iss development in the
hands of a committee which
she believed would do a
good job. ft -' ,
And judging from the
mlsTis laid mil nunmiftw iT S I
chairman Dave Keene she SSrS&S
was absolutely right. Goarlay
Keen reported that letters are going out to
very student tribunal in the nation. The com
tnisee will gather information on the establish
ment, powers and fusctiocisg of tribunals at
other universities and colleges.
Front the information which the committee
collected a plan for a tribunal at this University
will be established. Keene emphasized that the
onsJitatioo which would be worked on wxild
follow the regulations which the University has
clirected far any organisation.
You will remembfT that during the sprirg a
mBcasataSxm' for a tribunal was presented to
the student body which was an insult to the
intelligence of a coEegian.
This constitution, it was clair-ed. was only
an outline for a tribunal and was not supposed
to be a finished prodact.
We certainly hope not.
For there were more loopholes, etrawocations
and maneuvers in that eanstimaon than in any
wbica have passed through this office in a score
We are assured by Chairman Keene that the
new cxmstituticwj committee w-3 work on the
suggestions and hints of the student body in
connection with developing the finest of tahuaals
in the cation.
Keene summed up the policy whkh be is
working under by noting, ! would rather pee
sent the student body with the very best and
then let them decide whether i&ey want the
tribunal. There's no substirate for a Erst place
To this we say "Amen."
CoL C J. Sanders, bead of she Xehrasia
SaJefy Patrol, said, -We Ye alssrs wtqpestei
people to drive carefully in acoard with the
cnnrlitinns of the rcai, tfcrafSc
and the weather. Tins is seD!
troe mr &at JCebraska has
boosted the jjwd Emit ta Si
mOes per bour in the cay
and 5 at night."
A food many of fie outf
itters' ssy that young people
TT;'' I ih at's because youngster
seena u e eracjaag up more
SSSSTjSfcSflaa erer befere.
Saaaers Eat the safety flags are
bow out around &e slate and lie student-age
population is going to fo&v to svaldi the ps and
j.s off traffic saifity ereaa more ithan ever before.
CdL Sanders could luwe added that ttbe
Safety Patoal wI2 be am the lookout wisSa ba-k
eye far Slinse wha bare broken the speed laws.
No matter what you're taking in college there
can be a romance to learning aside from ab
sorbing the facts of life which are pounded into
your beads just by living around all sorts of
College students in the Middle West, as we
have pointed out in the past, have always been
a breed apart from the stodgy and pedantic
gulls of the East or West coasts.
But many of the people "out there" are way
ahead of their Midwestern counterparts because
they have adapted themselves to honor and to
education as a way of life rather than just a
means to an end.
Education doesn't need to ''mean' science.
It need not concern itself with specifics and
formulas at all times. Theories and practices in
the social studies concern hundreds persons
on this campus as well as number and bone
Education can exist merely because a student
wishes to improve himself. That is probably
why many educated people stay in the field.
They wish to improve their minds and their
spirits and the satisfaction of learning can do
For the student the same satisfaction can be
come by. He will, no doubt, be faced with the
choice of a rareer. But absve and beyond that
choice is the romance of learning which should
be vital to young men and women in the Uni
versity. That brings us to the difference between the
Midwesterner and the person on the coasts. A
law student dropped into the office the other
day to discuss the honor system as it works in
the College of Law on our campus as in the
entire university many places.
Be noted that there is a strong will on the
part of the student in the law school to advance
in wisdom. "We hare the honor system over
there which doesn't mean that we squeal on
one another. Rather if a student is seen crib
bing by his classmates they wait for him out
side of class and say. "Come ca with us, baddy.
You've insulted our boner.' Ee is taken ta the
But the significant thing said by the law stu
dent was. ""The honor system would never work
for our University as a whole. There are txt
many persons who cheat on the campus to make
the system elective.
That, we believe, is a terrible blight to hang
over Si bead of the University.
Students who cheat either bare nott the right
attitude Upwards education or else they have
taat captured the romance which we believe is
inherent in troe education.
Perhaps Situs is act the fault of students en
tirely. Perhaps the instructors have mat in
stilled in people the wanders cf searching and
CuSDwering new and exciting ideas.
Biut we are not oocaLsts. We eaxtoot say
where the system of education which alcss
cheaters to 'get away with at bas fallen
We can only blush when we r our friends
cheat and latik op to mm in "focmar system
Hows That Again?
They keep telling m that the warld is feting
sm.sZ.er and smaliex.
Maybe this is just an optic", iflusiacL Kaybe
its just that lie price tags keep getting bigger.
Tie Chicago Daily Xews.
from the ediloi
First Things First . . .
by jack pollack
Only two yetCT ago, She OarnbuKkers irewed
ace rf their most bumiliating defeats in jSe
Iraska grid bictory M loss by the CiuTiersrty
cf Hawaii an the aeasan (debut The loss this past
weekend o a nationally respected Washington
State aerial squad (although mot as bonuHating,,
Cotly and confident, tie Corahutkers played
es jsniBDpreiiEwe Erst balf in Sheir game two
years ago, expecting to xioane back and raitl to
an easy wis against the Eabbcw teaxo from the
Marching froai their wa 20 to he Eainbow
IX in the opening eff the second Shalt, She Hafikers
met a atiid stone walL Panic itauk tmatraO and
Sehraiika never && find the sooring key.
The Jaticwieg week., against Big Ten and
Eoee Btr"! chancnion Ohio Siate, She HuiisTS
pren6tfi She Euckej-es bat lcif, Eaifcefl
siartih Eatiuna2y before the Cambuiier tit, the
Eacfceyes were 2X paini Japaritt.
Isiaral: The Hatters, inniiieaErre tw years
Sgs xa their opener, prored that witin a win ts
play "sard aggresaiw baH, they tswM snafce a
ciantaDenifiabJe thowmg against ione c the typ
teams in tLe iiataotL ICe-xt week tbey pipy at
TSTaet Pcont in Ararfs stasau siener. Earring
Sojaries fflus week, iimprwemeats eff Sanfia
meHtals plot fieleminatiaiii by a spirited Haiaaa
5aad ouiiS gjie Kebriuita auotJuer jileciKwe
Erery year iit bajipena,
Tw eaeos ItKtog ner &e Cnjeraity cata
logoe were marreiing at (be acKftutian ff one s&
iihe lacclty menibera. Pairing anare details.
tbey stripped a passing swiior and euerjed.
"Who's this aitan "Staff' b leaches all thBe
Students -t Jfeifaraaki lihould feel tioeaeut
they bave an eijual right ts fjarki'g at the Uiu
flperaity tampus despite parkiig lot limitatkuns.
Ker. it's a ftrKnCtraae, irt-er" basis.
Far those whs are cmtatiKLed with waJbEg
iaar sx six Ibioc-ia, they ahuuld keep m anind the
adminiKtratiDJi) is icuncerntid and pi?.berf2? w ci-i-ing
a a progratiii t btlp rtbeve parking prah
iemt. Other acbxiolE hurt baanefl trefcioen tram
parking cars in caiopus. let i".ikb and sqpbt
inares ride birycles itiLfy, instaU parting meters
ar ban parting to camjaas. Kat ictf the olu
bam brre suet with -jdespread upprwaL
At Eanaac State this year, ireahraes are
required ia leive their cars at their place of
retuflenne amd cicxrmitory ccfi ust alio fcee?
their cars off casupus. Stodtaat conjineuu mm tbe
scibjeet war3d and aume soggested a tougher
segiSiiralaaji See far tLtAumabak.
K State tsirnineuis; An tleineiitary edacation
Sreaansaii ooed: The ItreiltBaeiii jihwulda part
dm caspus if the parking iens are crowded.
Many cfoCegea dcui'U aUtmv treabmen to bare cars
A sofihanaare; '"Why out ds away wjb !tbe
EOTC driU tkeld and btsM ew lat?
A senior owed: "Tear dsnrn Sine eyeatrts w
the catnpos, aca a, sm& biiHSkxgt and antiquated
barracks aad bsiM parting luts,
Bat mtme caw up with ii aoijua suggested
by uneaibers tf a leadiiag cihuege iia Hbe East:
SeI the tars and issue rtaiEer stales.
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Postman, mind your bundles.
If you're carrying a package
from Time, Inc., take it right back
where it came from.
We're through . . . Time and I.
I guess I
ment, p o s t
nsan. If y o u
have a maga
zine for which
I've paid, then
irir.g f t on.
Bat if it's one
of those dopey
; ,..-v . . letters telling
m e what a
deal I can get
then carry it borne to old Chicago.
On the average I would estimate
that the poor postman has trodged
to my mailbox with three letters
a month from the people of Time
First it was a special notice that
I could get the book on the re-ligior-s
of the world for some ri
dicuious price. The fellow who had
the farm letter printed made some
statement tke, "We value your
friendship and are thus sending the
letter to you enabling you to take
advantage of the prepubacation
Then came the barrage of notes
about Spons Illustrated. Then fol
lowed the first notice of the new
bock called American Art or some
thing along that line.
l!y temper popped.
I sat down and typed out a let
ter jo J aha HaHenoeck or what
ever Ms name is who is the cir
culation man for the Time peo
ple. "Please. Mr. Hallenbeck." I
implored, '"stop sending me these
idiotic letters. If I wanted yemr
magazines in the past I asked for
them. I'm not Hooking lor special
deals just a ouahty book 'tr.jga-
ope. I thovght it might be from
the executive suite of the 540 Nor-h
Michigan Ave., Time, Inc., build
ing. Rather, "Since you didn't take
advantage of the special student
offer on life we thought we'd
write to remind you."
That was the last straw.
Why am I so Irritated at this
stuff which could just as well have
ended up in the wastebasket?
Cuz Drew Pearson had just men
tioned in his column that over
a period cf nine years the Ameri
can taxpayer has paid the two
billion dollar deficit which the
post office department took on the
That's why you might have to
p:y seven cents for a Setter via
the air. That's why past cards
went up to two cents in the last
year or so.
We. as students, make a good
mailing list for the men at the
The distaff side tells me that
magazines such as Mademoisi!!e
make nuisances of therr.selve, m.
And then there are the trade
schools who send notices such as,
You, as a high school gradua ?.
can take advantage of the special
offer at the BongoBongo Electron
ics School . . -"
The whole bus:r.es m;?:es me
Someaie at the University is re
sponsible for sending these lists
of students' names to the big mag
azine so that we in turn can be
pestered. A nice little petition from
the indignant students might put
a stop to such antics. We come
here to be educated not to be
harassed by the slick magazine
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j j,;; PoM-we! Asoa II Part of fniries
I I,a.tricate 1' Noti "tot'" Be irs taken
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s. At no Um4 lsn3Tr-t'-r! 3 S'as
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'' r.ctrjiiBs amsnt kleh 5 Conjunct!
ar is whaj 1 meant' from
cc 'S'e-irjes-iays and again on
That should hav-e settled is I
Then a week passe-3. Anwher
Tske adTantage cf tie special
stadent offer for life and Time,"
I blew iap-
I wrote to the publisher.
Lsnea. ""Dear sir, please take
came off the mad ksts wlich
pesser the H oat of
A s.tje more najte a."...sr.
Bat tfce Time and life otrpTra
fccra is too b:g o Ihstea to tfce Hit
tie Jtsan. Again Si pssianaa
bf.&jfd hts bora and I ran out.
This lime it was a brxrwa envel-
Tcdsy I want So UJt hrA W
Tc off stJent jilQi,Gifhers.'
Ftrst ff the bat, there acn"t mi
iraci tSaiag d.s ssiadeat $bZaim
fnhers1'). I iuire !ierTd ti.s't st.
otDvert.aiictti nbowt faLmt-y th-isgs.
like new vitiiti.ali3a"" and old
"jKJealieiBi, sweat, rt&t . . .1
are carried m s-.h the ne
ty iffxad a discussion on
b&X fnfl fftris. nd E.0TC tpe
frmlly Dihe 3afl3ier. !t fca beowi)
JashicKiiiKe to discourse abat Che
taatare off scjis, Jihe cccililion f
stisn. Hie ctr-jn of &s fluorid. the
derjay il w.arld. r anytihing
thai in tiausoent ILrjexitr aagic
tug "-rsilie. BjS ii taL'Jte
dual cuik i a church psrlar c
sj3iiii.5tr iDrtA:g Jar their ctui'jsy.
AB Ihe ""leaiined juigusctt 'jareaJii
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csfJue carries Is e'.h iC5rcTiri.it
tawiliK an "atpjssrian" Siitt Site
ipcik-tr i cf tbe '"isaea.gentKj!.
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in lite atwraj iad atwyuirtri awsa
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VS., a taJkttne to attiga ixjiov
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cards as a nor ewe Sw ootsiTtfav
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