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Tuesday, October 15, 1957
Vol. 32 No. 18
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Brent Chambers fright and
Ron Wachter admire some of the
t00 worth of prizes to be award
ed at the annual I'nlon Stag,
Thursday. Featured at the Stag
Rufus Lvman Dies
will be Johnny Logan, Milwaukee
Braves star nhortstop.
Dr. Rufus Lyman, founder and
dean emeritus of the University's
College of Pharmacy, died Satur
day in Lincoln.
Dr. Lyman founded thf Phar
macy College here in 19i8 after
serving on the University faculty
for four years.
He was a graduate of the Uni
versity, entering in lWi? and re
ceiving B A. and M A. degrees be
fore enrolling in the University
College of Medicine in Omaha
ceutical Education and in 1944
served as editor of American
He was a former vice president
of the American Institute of the
History of Pharmacy, and was ed
itor of the textbook, American
Dr. Lyman urged two major re
forms during his 47-year career.
He sought the establishment of
four-year accredited colleges of
pharmacy and state laws requir
ing a degree in pharmacy tor a
the World Champion Milwaukee
Braves, is the iatest top perform
er to be added to the list of parti-
6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Union.
Logan will take part in the stag
under the sponsorship of Sports
Illustrated magazine, according to
Bob Krumme, tag program chair
Logan codec ted eight hits in the
current World Series, including a
home run in the 10th inning of
the second game at New York.
The home run gave Milwaukee
and -pitcher Lew Burdette a 3-2
The major league baseball star
will arrive in Lincoln by plane
early Thursday afternoon and will
probably be at the Union few
hours before the stag program.
Logan will be interviewed brief
ly, by Bill King, sportscaster for
k'ni.-TV In Lincoln. After the in
terview, Logan will hold a que-i
tion and answer period open to;
members of the audience.
Other top attractions of the stag
include Norma Zany. The Great
! Huntington, and members of the
! Prairie Bowmen Club, ,
! Miss Zany is professional;
! singer-dancer who appeared re-'
I cently at .the Hotel Last Frontier !
in LBS vegaa. ntri
! "to offer laughs, side-splitting an
: tics and smooth ballroom dancing
rounded show," Krumme said
The Great Huntington, comedian
and magician, will be master of
ceremonies for the stag.
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Johnny Logan, star shortstop for , for the comedv relief of a well-1 The Prairie Bowmen Club is a ; tions to the Sport. Illustrated
group of Lincoln archers who have magazine will also be presented,
extensively toured the Midwest j Krumme said,
staging archery demonstrations. , Among the clothing prize will
Dave Meisenholder will provide ! be an $85 suit, a $ti5 topcoat, a
organ music at the stag from 6:30 $40 suburban coat, a $40 cMimert
m to 7 p.m. A smorgasbord will ; sweater, a $35 sports coat, a $2S
also be a major feature of the pair of shoes and a $10 hat.
6tag. Bob Handy emphasized that the
Ten University coeds will be in j auditorium will only noia wo per
charge of serving food and super-1 sons for the Thursday stag, and
vising the smorgasbord. ! that ticket sales are "considerably
In addition to the entertainment j ahead" of last years sales,
and food, $500 worth of prizes in j The tickets may be purchased
clothing merchandise will be j at the booth in the Union or from
awarded to persons attending the representatives in the organized
stag. Ten free one-year subscrip-1 houses and dorms.
Aflf State Band
The nineteenth annual High give the pledge of Allegiance to
School Band Day will be Saturday j the Flag. They will play "HosU
w ith the performance between : of Freedom" before forming a big
halves of the Nebraska-Syracuse ! 'N'. -Hall Varsity" and 'D e a r
football eame i Old Nebraska V" will be the con-
A.W.S. Board will hold their an
nual Activities Mart in the Union
Ballroom on Wednesday from 2 to
5:30 p.m.. according to Marilyn
Pickett. Activities Mart Chairman.;
' University organizations will be
introduced to the freshmen women! I,- - l, 4,t
who may sign up for activities atj lfSl I UCTOl
this time. Participation of fresh- j
men women in activities will be- j
gin during the sixth week of school, i
Each participating organization
...ill .nl .tr, KvfK an A Acrlav mn.
Coartnv Lincoln Jnurnl
The position for editor of the
Builders' newspaper. '"Special
Edition," is now open.
Application blanks are avail
able in the Builders' Office,
which is open from three to five
p. m. All completed blank are
to be returned there.
According to Phyllis William
son, last years editor, the dead
line is next Wednesday. Appli
cants will be contacted about In
! Over 3700 bandsmen from 67 Ne
braska high schools will assemble
j at 8 a.m. and begin a three-hour
! rehearsal session at 9 a.m.
The bands will parade down 'O'
Street at 9:30 a.m. They will be
given a snack lunch through the
The theme for Band Day this . curtesy of the Lincoln Chamber
year will be "Salute to the Youth -mme.-ce. lv , oc pic(rru
the Nebraska band will form a
triant N.H.S. and a school house
!to signify Nebraska High Schools ; versity bands
sing-God Bless America
Edith Huev Shelton
Hupp Dies j0 Address Panhell
Th fi? hands n'us.oy P Iueln ana a5Peniea
Donald Lentz. director of Uni-
will be in charge
after playing the "Star Spangled of Band Day and will direct the
'. .r" und Skv Pilot" in ranks. ! massed bands. Mayor Martin, Dr.
i In formation, the group
ItTi lata Bmuuig w viu c-iiviio mi.j ,. , v. ..
frnm ,L ArtivitiM Mart tired Univers.tv English teacher
After graduation from the med- druggist to practice. Both of these Chairman. Organizations may set died Saturday.
. I I . I . TT . -.. . . . t' n a writ tflVt A.M11UX aiiu
ineir doo.iis neujicsuay, uc- one rr- r-r-ooirs "
nX ivi nm , th R. A. and tne M. a. in,"'--
David Foltz, George Round, Bur
nam Yates and Fred Wells will
be in the reviewing stand.
Assisting with Band Day prep
arations are Dr. Foltz, Jack Sni
der, Wesley Reist, David Fowler,
John Moran and Phil Coffman
of the Music Department. The Boy
Scouts, Chamber of Commerce,
Cobs, and Sgt. Furrow of the Po-
Mrs. Edith Huey Shelton will; The banquet will begin at 5:45 lice Dept will also help. Others
cooot nn the thpme for University D.m. in the Union ballroom and
L iniiiiiMirir-m'in-'-" awn wi iimnj
goals were reached.
Dr. Lyman was a
Don't take off your raincoats
Cloudy weather with light rain
or drizzle is expected to last
; through Tuesday, according to the
reau. The high for
: 63. while tern
i peratures will
i . tn:een
A representative of the organiza- oars of educa
tion will be in the booth at all j tion from the
times to answer questions and ex-j University of
plain the function of their activity! Nebraska,
to the freshmen. ' j Mrs, Hupi
The theme of this year's Martj jojnei the Uni
. will be "Activity Mart". A.W.S.j versity staff
' members and house representatives m 1926 after
. will act as guides during the Mart. J teaching in
' Organizations participating in : jowa r u r a 1
the Mart are AUF, BABW, YWCA, J schooi8 f , r
N'UCWA, Young Republicans. Corn- tnrw years
husker. Daily Nebraskan. R e d ( and m tne puD.
, Cross. Union activities. Builders, j;c schools at
CCRC and Coed Counselors
Panhellenic Workshop, "Gracious tickets wm De avauaoie ior bduui.
at the annual Panhel-; one half of the memoers 01 eacn
lenic banquet Tuesdayi night.
To Hold Practices
Interviews for Homecoming
queen will be held tonight at 7:00
p.m. in room 315 of the Union, ac
cording to Anne Pickett,
Ctrtey Sunday .IfHjnial and Star
leal college he returned here and
was a member of the faculty un
til his retirement in
The new College of Pharmacy ,
building being constructed 011 the
University campus will be named
Lyman Hall in his honor.
After his retirement here. Dr.
I.yman went to Tucson. Ariz., i
Where he founded the University '
of Arizona's College of Pharmacy.
He was on the Arizona staff for
three years, and in 1950 the Col- i
lege dedicated a bust of Dr. Ly-:
man. The event was attended by
prominent educators and phartna-
aists from all sections of Arizona.
He was named honorary presi- j
dent of the American Pharmaceu
tical Assn. in 1953 during the :
group's 100th anniversary conven
tion in Philadelphia.
range from 53-
63 today. Tem
s t a t e are
a b o 11 t the
same as Lin
coln and will
remain that way.
Courtew Lincoln Star
Mondamin, Missouri Valley, and
1 f"h!vilri for eitfht vears.
t .1. 1 . . v. 1 publicity chairman.
She was one of the first teachers y J
mr.H whn the freshman Enelish Homecoming Queen
section was created.
She taught at Nebraska Wesley
are Stan Rudeen and Gwen Chab,
The following bands will be rep
resented: Ainsworth, Bassett, Be-
i sorority, according to Helen Gour- Bip Springs, Blair, Bloomfield,
i lay, Panhellenic president. Boslus. Butte, Burwell, Callaway,
j Mrs? Shelton, keynote speaker at I and Campbell,
i Alpha Phi conventions of 1952 and 0lbers are Chapman, Clay Cen
!l956 and Panhellenic Day speaker , ter ciarks Cambridge, Columbus,
at the Alpha Omicron Pi national ; Crawford, Dorchester, Eustis,
. convention in 1954, has previously Exeteri Fairbury, Fremont, Hil-
spoken to students of the Univer-1 dretn Kearney, Lincoln Southeast,
sities of Sracuse, Toronto, Ohio, . Linc0n Northeast, Milford, Min-
and Northwestern University. An den Mead Mitcnej McCook, Ne-
article, "What Is a Fraternity," j braska Cjtv Newman Grove and
I written by Mrs. 5neiton, win ap- j yseigh
, pear in tne uctooer issue 01
She wrote a text which has been !
Tlie Orchesis Modern Dance
Club is holding its . first of two
practice sessions on Wednesday at
! Grant Memorial at 7:15 p.m., ac
forriinp In Kav NieLson. Dresident.
1 Everyone interested in modern chanics of the Sentence."
dance is invited to attend.
No dancing experience is need-1 A ICC.IDC Meetina
A student branch meeting of the
T.;..-it fr tu,A after i Sally Flanagan, Gamma Phi Beta;
retiring from the University in 1954. Anne Pickett, Kappa Alpha Theta;
' : i.l... t u ...;n :
TasSBlS l-nrcc feiria iiuiii ratit nuu.x
attend luncheons at different so-
candidate8ron houses Tuesday and
Karen Kruger, Alpha Omicron Pi;
Billie Prest, Kappa Kappa Gam-
; used in English classes. "The Me-
The Panhellenic Training School
Group will meet Wednesday at 7
p.m. The officers, the respective
houses in which they will meet
and the chairmen of the meetings
led. A second practice session will
It is necessary to attend at least AIEE-IRE will be held Wednesday ga
Temperatures will be cool during one practice for the tryouts to be ' 81 ' P m- accoruuiu u
midweek, but are expected to held on Oct. 30th. , r ranm, puonciiy cnairmaii
warm up the latter part, with nor-' men who are interested in
mal highs ranging from 6-68 de- the Orchesis, can practice with
grees and precipitation .50 to .70 jjoei Schoenrock on the same prac
inches west. ; tice nights.
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Delta- Judv Douthit. Delta Delta ; are as louowi,: pres.iueii, n
Delta'- Myrna Grunwald, Zeta Tau;Phi house, Donna Sawvell; pledge
j Apna' I trainers, Sigma Kappa, Dorothy
Kay McCrory, Pi Beta Phi; Bob-1 Beecta: scholarship h chairmen,
bie Christiansen, Alpha Chi Ome- v""
Ociell, Osceola, Oakland,
O'Neill, Overton, Oxford, Oshkosh,
Palmer, Pilger, Pender,
; Polk, Plattsmouth, Red Cloud, Ra-
! vpnnfl Sr'ofcin chnvler Snrihner
Seward, Spencer, Stanton and
Stromsberg are also included.
Stuart. Shelby, South Sioux City,
Sutton, Tekamah, Table Rock, Til-
I den, Tecumseh, University High
I and Omaha Westside complete
I the list.
Sandra Lee and Barbara
Marv ; Lenta, Alpha Xi Delta; Syd Schroe
der. Delta Gamma; Donna Stein-
ill lt..;.l .rnmurni cfilrf DerK, OIKIHB uxzua. . j
ents may attend. Refreshments
will be served following the meet
Reading Courses Increase Study Time
Armstrong. Chi. Omega; ran
jWortz, Sigma Kappa; Dian Baum;
j Towne Club.
! Roberta Switzer. Maryth Brush,
La Ree Naviaux. Rose Marie Tort
die, Nadine Calvin, Patsy Kauf-
: man, and Deanna Brier, BABW.
Social chairmen. Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Margaret Rohwer;
standards chairmen. Alpha Xi
Delta, Carol Smith; activities
chairmen, Sigma Delta Tau, Ann
Pickett; rush chairmen, Kappa
Delta, Ann Hermes; and publicity
chairmen, Gamma Phi Beta, Ruth
Exchange dinners will be held
Wednesday for presidents of all ac
By ERNIE HINTS
University students can't 'length
en the number of hours in their
gram can double his
.. .11 J :v. lf
reading! Faster." This book was the basic1 at tne pep nuymodj K..t.
.speed," Rottmann said. one used by the counseling office ! "'8 '"r.T"'""'' ', Z
o. i ,. r.. in ,. r.rr.ffrm the Union. This is a campus wide
Homecoming queen candidates ; tive chapters and pledge classes.
1 will be announced for the first time
In addition to these materials,
ine ins't all that the counseling
. . . ... .... I " . . . 1 i .ore nt.
Dr. Lyman was presented the days,. but they can stretcn ineir; service is uivcuwucu iu, i tne counseling service aiso nas six ; - -
Remiftgton Medal in 1947 and study time, according to Leon program accompusnes. j accellerator" machines from the
lauded as a "towering figure in ' Rottmann of the University Coun-! Reading comprehension is also. Science Research Associates Co.
. . .pharmaceutical medicine." seling service. highly stressed with period mess- These machines, Rottmann ex-
He was founder and editor of The way to ao tnis, nouinami ures imch m nc uuc.uo 1 piamea, are -pace setters , wmcn
are used in conjunction witn any
the American Journal of Pharma- j says is by eliminating their slow or of compreheasion in reading yar-nt-J--r:.
faulty reading habits. ious materials at various reading
And to helo University students rates.
Speech Re-Check iScfiecfued
election so ID cards will be neces-
Any freshmen students who were
recommended to have a speech re
check must do so this week. Other
wise names will be turned into
book the student may wish to read
After reading a portion of a book,
, do this, the Counseling Service wiU ; Adequate comprehension in read-. he is then tested for comprehen-
sponsor Its second series of free ; ing s considered achieved by the J sion. If his comprehension is 75 per . gent Health
i reading efficiency courses starting student at any rate of reading , cent, he is considered proficient j Tlie speech Clinic will set up a
I next Monday. when he understands 75 per cent ! at that reading rate, Rottmann i conwnjent schedule for any stu-
This year 225 students are Df the material, Rottmann said. j said. j dent needing speech help. The
i already working with the counsel-j Tlie typical increase in compre-1 The reading efficiency program hours for retesting this week are
!ing department in a reading effi- hension gained by student in the which begins next Monday will be!to(jay 3-5 p.m.; Wednesday, 11-12
Ciency program wiik.ii won kSuu university prusiniii ia buw iu j nciu umuij a iu-wcvn iirAi. """nui,; Tnursaay, o-D p.m. ana rri-
day, 11-12 a.m. The tests will be
held in Room 10, Temple Building.
Any other student interested in
improving speech may also take
advantage of these tests.
AH Nebraska homemakers are tv,e second week of college. per cent, but the counselor said
kivited to participate in the sixth Last year there were more than that some persons increase their
annual Home Economics Day for j university students who took reading comprehension by 8S much
Homemakers. Wednesday, on tne ; vantage of this service. as 15 or 20 per cent.
A T College campus. ; outstanding
Mrs. Kathleen Foote. slate ; obtained
enator from Axtell, and Dr. Jo
ef Brozek, a native of Bohemia
nd professor of public health at
the University of Minnesota will
be among the featured speakers.
A panel discussion on life in
Turkey, musical entertainment,
kits, and a business meeting of
the Home Economics Association
of Organized Agriculture will
Included iu tlie day's activities.
Th nrntram will hcuin at
a.m. in the College Activities
building, according to As;iks Ar
thaud. state Home Extension lead-
will .Include one group meeting forj
an hour each week and two indi
vidual practice sessions of 20 to,
30 minutes each week by each stu-
resnlts were What are the techniques used i dent.
to achieve these time-saving re-' Students may enroll in the free
! The University dairy judging
i team took reserve champion hon
! ors in a field of 17 teams at the
' International Dairy Show in Chi
jcago last week.
First place honors in the eon
, test went to Kansas State which
' posted lf!96 points out of a possible
2250. Nebraska totalled 1W.7 points
followed by the University of Illi
nois, third with 1866 and Iowa
State, fourth with 1841.
Jim Woestman, a member of the
; Nebraska team, was second high
individual in the contest. Larry
i Ewing was ninth high individual.
Don Kubik, third member of the
team, was third high individual
in judging Ayrshires.
The team won first place honora
1 judging Ayrshire and Brown Swiss
One freshman student, reading suits? course by contacting the Univer-, Cosmopolitan ClUP
tresnman 10 uun.u.c - . " -b --. . Cosmopolitan Club will hold its and Nebraska, February 13-15.
lenai, jrw: u B K-s' " -"- - " " - regular meeting on Wednesday at
rate from 110 words per minute drills m Increasing the width of .Library. T' in Room 316 of the
to 440 words per mintue. A sopho-; one's visual perception, and the University students aren't the TTniM HC'corduur to Sydney Jack
more boy increased his reading rapid recognition of the key phras-' only ones who have availed them- j president The meeting will
All-University Talent Show audi
tions will be held at the Union
Tuesday through Thursday this i
week, according to Bob Handy,
activities director. j
Contestants will be auditioned ;
by the Union general entertain
Students who wish to participate 6ree1 classes, according to jacic
may contact the Student Acrivi-1 Kuiken, assistant professor of
ties Office r Barbara Meston. dairy husbandry and team coach
chairman of the entertainment at the Ag College,
committee, to sign up for audition j Earlier in October another dairy
times and special arrangements in 1 team placed 20th in a field of 33
scheduling if necessary. . ! teams at the Intercollegiate St-
The talent show is scheduled for ; ent Dairy Judging Contest at the
Nov. 17. The winners will receive : Dajry cattle Congress in Water
trophies and will be eligible to jno ja Members of the team in
participate in the Big Eight Talent ' cilKjed Chester Hawley, Jim Chap
Show to be held at Kansas Uni-, man Bob Rathjen, and Terry
versity, Kansas state, lowa Brace i Hnwor(j
Two practice sessior.5 for Aqua-
I Hello Girl Dance
! The Hello girl dance wiU b
And a University junior student, i
he 'reading "superior" material that
' is, college level text material, ui
l creased his reading rate from 249
to 4 i.i words per minute.
This improvement rate i. oi"
course, outstanding, but even "the
average student trained in tlie pro-
confronts in. his reading.
i said that a number of Wesleyan stu-
feature films and a talk about
' quettes will be held on Thursday held Saturday from 9 to 12 p.m.
Austria by Alfred Maurnold.
and Oct. 22 from 7-9 p.m. at the in the Union .Ball Room. Anyone
A series of reading aids pub- dents have also taken part in the:""""'" J uoiweum. buying a u wu
lished by the Henry Holt Co. are ! program along with some fro-ni . .Aks(' Any interested girl will be given presented tneir i.u. cara oeiween
being used at the University this! Omaha and one from York College. , harmaCIST WeTing help during these sessions by Aqua- 9 and Hi -p.m. may vote for the
vear. me service is complement- Besides students, a numrier oi nusi-1 tne Ainei vcau nmnnaui;iii iur: u.uu..ci, nHc,.,i,,c
ing its proifrom with a text by Nor- i nessmen and office workers from Association will hold a meeting of the practices is required in or
man Lewis, highly recognized , Lincoln, along with a few faculty; at 7:30 p.m. Thursday In Phar- der to be eligible for tryouts.
nn.1 nn- momhorc hnve henefiteri from the 1 macv Hall, accordine to Kathleen! The tryouts for the swimming
thor of "How To Read Better and "time-stretchine" course. I McCullough, secretary. twiU be on Oct. 24 from 7-9 D-mener and RoberU SwiUer.
The canclidates lor Hello Girl
ar Jeanne Whitwer. Carolyn Boe
siger, Margot Franke, Jane Sav-
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