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The Daily Klebraskan
Monday, September 23, 1957
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SJv ltTn 518: dents to meet University women are Misses Donna Maines, bara Britton is at right '
Friday afternoon. The purpose of staff members on a social basis. Heather Wilhelm, Jean Odum
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Sororities Begin Plans
For Sigma ChiDerby Day
Preparations are presently ua
derway for the third annual Sigma
Chi Derby Day, to be held Satur
day on the Mall at 1:30 p.m.
Sam Oldenburg, chairman of the
Derby Day festivities, stated Sun
day that "new and exciting events
have been added to this year's pro
gram which will entice all competi
tors and onlookers."
The traditional Derby Day pa
rade will kick off the afternoon of
competition between the fifteen
sororities on campus. The parade
which will feature convertibles, an-
Frosh beanie tickets will be
on sale lit Room 201 Administra
tion building this week.
The ticket entitles the student
to a beanie which can be picked
np later at Ben Simon's depart
The tickets are 75 cents. It is
traditional to wear the frosh
beanies until the first snowfall.
cient cars and many Sigma Chi's
and University females clad in
sporting attire, will proceed up
16th street, down R and then over
to the Mall.
Also accompanying the Derby
Day caravan will be a seven piece
Dixie Land band under the direc
tion of Duke Coonrad.
Ron Renfer, chairman of the
events committee, stated that the
following contests will constitute
the annual Derhy Day competi
tion: Obstacle Race, Relay, Low
Jump, Bottle Filling, Kissing Con
test, Balloon Stomp, Mystery
Event, Drinking Contest, and the
Miss Derby Day Contest.
The winner of the third annual
Derby Day competition will be
awarded a traveling trophy.
Oldenburg announced that the
top three contestants in each event
j will receive ribbons.
j Pi Beta Phi who won the event by j
j more than six points, a new record.
The winner of the first annual Uni-1
versity of Nebraska Derby Day
held in 1955 was Kappa Alpha The
Kay Nielson, Miss Nebraska ofj
1957, was crowned the 1956 Derby
Day Queen last September.
Last year's winner of the tradi
tional drinking contest was
by Mary Lou Lucke member of
Delta Gamma sorority.
Emerging victorious in the 19.56
kissing contest were the Kamjai
Kappa Gamma's. i
Judges for the Miss Derby Day '
contest will be Eldon Shaffer of
the University department of ec-
onomics and Peter Campbell. A :
third judge will be announced. i
As yet no master of ceremonies
has been named according to Old- j
Mary Patrick of Alpha Phi'
sorority was another of last year's j
Derby Day winners. Miss Patrick i
retrieved a golf ball from a tub
full of mud last year in record
To Meet Tuesday
A meeting of all Daily Ne
braskan reporters will be held
Tuesday at 2 p.m. Room 20 of
the Union, according to Sara
Jones, news editor.
The reporters will disr- plans
for holding a special seminar on
the problems encountered in re
porting.. Dr. Robert Cranford.
Daily Nebraskan advisor, will
conduct the seminar.
The possibility of such a meet
ing was proposed by Cranford at
the Nebraskan luncheon Friday
Given University i
The University's Poultry h u -1
bandry department has received
a ?i,uoo grant from the Nebraska :
Turkey Federation. j
Dr. John Adams, chairman of i
the department, will use the funds i
to continue research on growth and '
fattening of turkeys. The study j
this year will deal with the effects !
of hormones on growth and repro
duction of turkeys.
The director of the State Health
Department, Dr. E. A. Rogers
has criticized method of distribu
ting Asian flu vaccine in Nebraska.
Rogers said that two local firms
have ;eceived shipments of the
vaccine while government agen
cies haven't received the vaccine
Two Lincoln firms, Goodyear
Rubber Company and State Farm
Mutual Insurance Company re
ceived shipments directly from
Students may now aDDeal their
parking violations by requesting
an appeal at the police office room
in the Geography building.
After making a request, the stu
dent may go before the Park
Board, explain the fact situation
surrounding the accused violation
and state the reason for appeal.
A student must make his appeal
in person, send a representative
in his place, or state his appeal
in a letter to the Park Board. If
he fails to make his appeal at the
time he has been assigned, he
loses his right to appeal the ticket, i
Appeals by letter must be avail-
able to the Board by the time for '
the assigned session. Any student j
unable to attend his appeal session j
must notify the police office imme-!
The Park Board will meet everv
Thursday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in
the Student Council office.
Football enthusiasm on the Hus- j
ker campus overflowed Friday
night at the first pep rally of the j
season, and some of the people in
volved probably wish they had
donned pads before leaving home.
Several fraternity banners were
lost in assorted individual skirm
ishes along the rally rout from
the Caroline tower to the Union
steps via 16th and R streets. Wit
nesses reported few casualties,
Jess Adkins. a Dledee at Phi
Kappa Psi, who, along with some
ot nis pledee brothers, was earrv
ing a banner in the Darade said
"I was knocked down a couple of
time and there was ouite a bit of
scuffling. We lost our sign. I don't
tnink its (tearing down banners)
the best thing, but we didn't start
Tim Johnson, a pledge at Phi
Delta Theta whose banner was
first to go down. said. "I saw a
few fights, but I don't know who
tore our banner down; it -might
have been the ATOs or the DUs.
I don't think that ought to be ap
proved procedure for rallies. We
just wanted to protect ourselves."
Bob Blair, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
active, said, "I saw a few battles
now and then. Our banner didn't
get torn down." When asked if he
thought the fighting the correct
thing to do, Blair replied, "No I
Ron Warholoski, vice president
of the Alpha Tau Omega frater
nity said, "We got in two battles."
"For a while we were fighting on
the Phi Psi lawn. We lost our ban
ner and a couple of guys got
bumped up. I am verv much
against this kind of spirit."
Dick Arneson, president of Delta
Tau Delta and the IFC said. "I
don't think I ought to make a
comment for the IFC until we get
a chance to talk this over. I rea
lize that the boys like to stand up
for their chapter. It is unfortunate
but it shows the fraternities have
spirit. We just have to channel it
into something else. I don't know
anything about the rally because
I was in Omaha, but I hear it was
a real spirited one, just , like the I three students were arrested. Lin.
old days." coin police had no record of the
Unconfirmed reports said that arrests, however.
THE CORDUROY SUIT
Armed forces Captain Revealed As Spy
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It Happened At NU
Fashion designers claim that any
hat, hairdo, etc. if kept around
long enough will come back in
fashion again. The members of the
University debate team are find
ing that the same principle holds
through in debating questions. This
year's topic of contention t h e
right-to-work laws under the
different heading of closed shop,
was debated by the University
Past members of Orchesis will
meet with the new members
Wednesday evening. Plans will be
discussed for the coming year, a
recital and tryouts for new membership.
An air force captain. Georre
French, was revealed Saturday as
spy for the Russian government.
Official reports stated that
French was caught a few minutes
before or after midnight of April
5-6 of this year dropping a mys
terious letter on the grounds of the
Russian embassy in Washington.
In the letter which was picked
up immediately after French had
dropped it the Air Force captain
stated that he had information
Kuwatly, Saturday accused the j Blossom said that he wants no
United States Secretary of State, i adults, including newsmen and
John Foster Dulles of distorting ; photographers inside the high
school for the first few days of
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Syria's position in the Middle
East political crisis and of trying
to impose American will on the
The Syrian president insisted
that his country is only mobilized
to the legal limit and that his
government is not on the road to
However as he delivered his
which he was willing to sell for j message two Soviet warships were
The FBI picked up French sub
sequent to his letter dropping in
hotel in New York where he
was to have his rendezvous with
the Russian authorities.
Official sources stated that
French will serve a life term in
federal prison for his attempted
espionage of last Apiil.
The GOP administration in
Washington is faced with the
reality that defense expenditures
must be cut or the Democrats
will have great political fuel for
(be 1958 campaign.
Rising costs of modern weapons
nd the increased need for more
research has created a serious I
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steaming into the Syrian Dort of
Latakia on a courtesy visit.
Officials of the local government
in Little Rock, Arkansas, told all
outsiders to stay out of the Cen
tral High School building Saturday
in an effort to curtail any further
Gov. Orval Faubus had ordered
the National Guard away from
Central High School building Sat
urday in an effort to curtail any :
niruier racial violence.
South Dakota State ColW.
Brooklings will be the subject of
an immediate and thorough in
vestigation of personnel policies,"
according to the South Dakota
Regents of Educaton.
The action came as a result of
the regents' consideration of a 42
page report by former Graduate
Dean Ephinam Hixon, the one
time University of Nebraska pro
fessor who resigned from the South
Dakota school early this month.
Hixon stated that "there ran ho
no freedom of thought" at the in
stitution as long as seven persons
including President John Headly
President Headley was at a
Board of Regents meeting Satur
day and there made his first for
mal statement by saying that he
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