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Wednesdoy, October 9 1 957
The Daily Nebfoskon
At NU Stag
Huntington the Magician will be
the Master of Ceremonies for the
All University .Stag October 17.
Mr. Huntington is a Hungarian
born magician who has performed
at lyceums throughout the coun
try. Besides being a magician, he
Is also well known as a comedian.
Another attraction will be $500
worth of prizes which, according
to 3ob Krumme, will be given
away. The prizes will include one
auit, one sports coat, one trench
coat, one topcoat and numerous
sports outfits, shirts, ties, and
Tickets will sell for $.90. The
Junior IFC will be in charge of tick
et sales, and each house will have
a representative in charge of sales
for that house. Tickets may also
be purchased in the Union Activi
ties Office. Those wishing to sell
tickets should pick them up in the
"The r.'tson selling the most
tickets will win a free "MacGregor
sports jacket", Krumme said.
President Eisenhower conferred
for an hour with ranking govern
ment scientists and defense offi
cials on the Russian satellite and
this country's rocket and satellite
White House Press Secretary
Hagerty declined to give any de
tails. The conferees included Dr. Allan
Waterman, director of the Nation
al Science Foundation, which is in
charge of the U.S. satellite pro
gram; Deputy Defense Secretary
Donald A. Quarles and two other
government scientists whose names
were not Immediately available.
The meeting came amid con
gressional demandi for a complete
reappraisal of VS. defense poli
cies. Nehru Blasted
A remark made by Indian Prime
Minister Nehru was branded by
State Department officials as "to
tally unwarranted." Nehru was
quoted as telling a news confer
ence during his current visit in
Japan that the only difference be
tween Russian troops in eastern
Europe and American soldiers in
Japan is that the U.S. forces". are
in the process of being with
The State Board of Education
Tuesday revoked the teaching
certificate of Richard Kemp, now
residing in Longview Washington.
Kemp had signed a contract with
the Alliance schoql system to be
come vice-principal of its high
school but later notified Supt. L.
E. Morrison by phone Aug. 12 he
had taken a job in Longview be
cause of an increase in salary of
The Paul Gregory production of
"The Rivalry," will be presented
in the Pershing Municipal Audi
torium at 8:15 p.m., Oct. 19.
The Production is the enactment
of the Abraham Lincoln-Stephen
A. Douglas struggle for national
Raymond Massey, Agnes Moore
head and Martin Gabel portray the
three central figures: Massey as
Lincoln. Gabel as the fighting sen
ator and Miss Morehead as Mrs.
The two-act play is written and
produced by Norman Corwin, rad
io, screen and television playwright.
This Week On Campus
NU Meds will hold its first
meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Bessey Hail auditorium.
Wengert To Star
In Lab Production
The first Laboratory Theater
production "Miss Julie" by August
Strinburg, will be presented Thurs
day and Friday at 8 p. m. in the
Arena Theater in the Temple
Director Jim Copp said that the
role of Julie will be played by
Sally Wengert, that of Christine,
by Georgia Masters and the part
of John by Glenn Uhe.
Copp said that other lab pro
ductions will be presented through
out the school year.
The University Dames will hold
their first meeting of the 1957-58
school .year Thursda; at S p.m.
at the University High School.
Block And Bridle Club
The Block and Bridle Club will
hold a smoker Thursday at 7:30
p.m. in the Ag Union Lounge, ac
cording to Bob Dannert, publicity
Dannert said all students inter
ested in animal husbandry are in
vited to attend the smoker.
Movies of the club's 1200 mile
tour of Nebraska cattle and hog
production areas will be shown,
Dalwert said. Refreshments will
Students, faculty and interested
Lincoln patrons will be eligible to
try out for Luigi's Pirandello's
"Six Characters in Search of an
The tryouts will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 11 p.m. on
Thursday and Friday in Gallery B
of the Art Galleries in Morrill
Hall. The play is to be presented
Charles Weatherford Jr. will be
director of the play reading. He
will be assisted by Mr. Norman
Geske, directors of the Art Gal
leries, Dr. Louis Crompton, assist
ant professor of English, and Dr.
Dallas Williams, director of How
ell Memorial. .
For further information contact
any of these men.
Tryouts to fill the vacancies in
the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra
will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Fri
day in Room 17 of the Music Build
ing. Vacancies are in the string,
woodwind and bass sections.
The first concert, under the di
rection of Leo Kopp, will be on
Nov. 12. Rehearsals will begin
about Oct. 28. .
"The Tender Trap" will be
shown Sunday evening in the Un
ion ballroom, according to John
Wes, chairman of the Union Film
The movie,' starring Frank Sinat
ra, David Wayne, Celeste Holm,
and Debbie Reynolds, was adapted
from the Broadway, play by Max
Also featured will be two car
toons, "Gerald McBoing Boing's
Symphony" and ''Drag Along
The complete show will start at
Club Tea Set Today
The Faculty Women's Club will
begin the year's activities with a
tea at the home of Mrs. Clifford
Hardin, Wednesday from 2 to 5
Mrs. Hardin, (Mrs. Hathaway and
uean w. iancasier wui De in me
Mrs. Charles Neidt is the host
Typing done term papers, reports, th
se.. dissertations, etc. Experienced.
Lovely room with kitchen, TV, shower
For 2 gentlemen. Ph. 3-0988 alter J:00
Inexpensive Room A Board or board only
University approved Norris House,
1725 "Q" St. 2-5S4S.
Vc tjcu ftace
i Caicei Plan!
On ef &t most Inttmtlag
and profitablt carttrs to
which a young Amrkm
can Inrost his iuturt l
American lailltat For
m i fJ aKm emit
graduatfr-tarol training for
a satisfying and lucrertlYt
carts abroad. Advanced
to talk to
an Ain repreMntcrtiva,
Room 313 Student Union
Monday, October 14
From 9 to 1 1 :30 A.M.
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Linda Fohrlander, Sigma Kappa on our
College Board, snug in a charcoal wool
carcoat with quilted interlining and pi1
lined hood. Norwegian band trim.
CAMPUS FASHIONS ON THIRD
There are still 15 pictures avail
able for lending according to Polly
Doering, chairman of Arts and Ex
hibits Committee of the Union.
These pictures are now in the
Main Lounge. They can be checked
out in the Activities Office, be
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 2'
Judy Combs, Sara Lazlo Get
Coed Counselor Scholarships
Judy Coombs and Sara Lazlo
are the recipient of two $100
scholarships, according to Jo Bau
man, president of Coed Counse
lors. One scholarship goes to a de
serving Coed Counselor, and one
goes to a qualified woman foreign
If there is no woman foreign stu
dent, any qualified woman student
may receive the other scholar
ship. The girls make application
through the Coed Counselors; how
ever, the scholarships are issued
through the University scholarship
Miss Lazlo, a freshman from
Hungary, is majoring in chemical
engineering. She started school as
a special student last February.
Secretary of State Dulles an
nounced Tuesday that the United
States is ready to talk with Rus
sia about international control of
space missiles. ' The disclosure
came after Dulles had met with
President Eisenhower to cor.fer on
be between the
40's and 50's Wednesdiy. The
estimated lows will be around the
high was 56
while the low
The state low
in Ch a d r o n
with a reading
high was re
corded at the
with a reading
Other temperatures recorded
around the state Tuesday include,
Norfolk, high 51, low 48; Grand
Island, high 50, low 46; North
Platte, high, 46, low 41; Imperial,
high 47, low 39; Sidney, high, 43,
low 34; Scottsbluff, high 46, low
36; and Omaha, high 56, low 53.
Let's get a
15th 44 P" Streets
' resists spots.
, !fe of its
Adjusts to fit.
Fashion As I See It
Dark cottons art still a
must for a Co-eds wardrobe.
Perfect for all kinds of
weather, a transition cotton
is always welcome in any
Jonathan Logan's com
pletely feminine fashion hit ,
with a full romantic skirt
gathered beneath a cumber
bund makes the perfect date
dress for you. The bolero
jacket has a double row of
buttons giving it a slightly
tailored look. Wear it with
or without the jacket and
be ready for any occasion.
The material is of drip dry
shagbark cotton in shades
of green, brown and navy.
Sizes range from 7-15 and
the price is 19.95. This dress
can be found in the Campus
Shop located on Gold's sec
ond floor of fashion.
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