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Wednesday, October 30. 1957
The Doily Nebroskon
Inmates of the maximum security building at Eastern State Med
ical Hospital in Washington took .over the violent ward of the asylum
Tuesday. The inmates, some of them insane, held about 30 guards hos
tages. No one was said to be hurt. One of the guards was released by in
mates because his wife was ill and they were afraid "she might worry."
Just last week, State Senator Karl Herrman had called attention to what
he said might be "shocking conditions" at the asylum when he
flemanded an investigation of the institution. The superintendent of
afiCr 1S Dr" Lee Sandritter. who was formerly superintendent
at the Hastings and assistant superintendent at the Norfolk, Nebraska,
Zhukov To Have New Job
Georgi Zhukov, deposed chief of Soviet defense establishments,
will get a new job according to Nikita Kruschev. He declined to say
what it will be. "We have not decided on a new job for him yet, but
he will have one according to his experience and qualifications," Krus
chev said. "I saw Marshal Zhukov today. He was in good health."
Both Kruschev and Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin minimized
the departure of Zhukov. They pointed to the recent resignation of
U S. Defense Chief, Charles Wilson and said, "It is all U -t same.
There is no difference."
Crash Claims Eight
At least eight persons died when the American Southwest claimed
another plane crash Tuesday. The plane, which unconfirmed reports
called a C-54, crashed and burned on Arizona's Gray Mountain. The
mountain is just 30 miles from the scene of the nation's largest air
dissaster, the collision and crash of two giant airliners which car
ried 128 people to their deaths in the Grand Canyon last year. Arizona
county officials said there was no sign of life about the plane wreck
age which was sighted from the air by a pilot of the Navajo Flying
Riots Follow Election
Post election rioting was reported in at least five cities in Turkey
Tuesday. Independent press reports said backers of the People's Re
publican party, which lost to Premier Adnan Manderes and the Demo
cratic party in last Sunday's election, were rioting in Samsun, Kayseri,
Mersin, Islahiye and Gazian-Tep. The reason for the riots is alleged
Illegal procedures used by the government in the election.
Danforth Graduate Fellowship
Applications Deadline Fixed
Applications for Danforth Grad
uate Fellowships must be com
pleted with full recommendations
by Jan. 31, 1958, Dr. Walter
Wright. University Liason officer
Application blanks may be ob
tained from Dr. Wright.
Every accredited college in the
nation is allowed to nominate two
or three men under 30 years of
age for the fellowships, accordinf
to a Danforth Institute bulletin
Selections are made on the basis
of outstanding academic ability,
personality congenial to the class
room, integrity and character, in
cluding serious inquiry within
Applicants may be preparing to
teach in any academic field, but
particular attention will be given
to those in natural and biological
sciences as well as social sciences.
Fellowships may be used at any
accredited university in the United
States and the applicant may al
ready hold any other national fel-
Two separate accidents have claimed two more lives on Nebraska's
highways Tuesday to boost the death total to 239 as compared to 252
Dentist To AAeet
On Campus Friday
Nearly 200 dentists will meet at
the University Friday and Satur
day for the annual convention of
the University's College of Dentis
try Alumni Association, according
to Dr. James Weesner, association
Friday, morning the alums will
hear a lecture by Dr. David Weis
berger, one of the foremost au
thorities on dental medicine in the
U.S. Dr. Weisberger is professor
of dental medicine at Harvard Uni
versity. Dr. John Barmore, a 1946 grad
uate from the University College
of Medicine, will also address the
AU models for the Coed Coun
sel for the Friendship Dessert
will meet Thursday at S:4S p.m.
In the Union, according to Joana
Girls are asked to bring their
complete ensembles for a final
Sixteen new members were ini
tiated into the Agronomy Club at
a meeting last Thursday, accord
ing to Bob Weimer, club president.
New initiates include: Eldeen
Gerloff, Roland Meyer, Charles
Homalka, Ronald Holmberg, Larry
Wulf, Fred Bliss, Keith Coffey,
Dave Ferris, James Lofgren,
Charles Carlson, James McDonald,
Anthony Brenneis, Warren Clary,
Larry Witt, Charles Mumma, and
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PE!yEY'S STREET FLOOR
lowshijJ. The appointment is for
one year but may be renewed
through the graduate training.
The , foundation offers financial
assistance according to individual
need. Maximum aid for single stu
dents is $1,400 plus tuition and
fees. Aid up to $1,900 in addition
to tuition and fees plus $350 for
each child of a married student is
available, according to the bulletin.
Those awarded fellowships are
expected to attend the annual Dan
forth Fellow Conference on Teach
ing in September of 1958 at the
expense of the institution.
Sears Scholarship Winners
To Be Honored At Banquet
University students who received
scholarships this year from the
Sears Roebuck Foundation in co
operation with the local store will
be honored at a dinner Wednesday.
Mead Rogers, of the Foundation
in Kansas City, Mo., will present
certificates to the students at the
annual event, which will be at
6 p.m. in the Cornhusker Hotel.
Scholarship winners include:
Nancy Anville, Phyllis Arnold,
Shirley Brunell, Shirley Cox, Jo-
ann Jacobsen, Geraldine Renchen,
Sandra Suhr, Charles Ahrettt.
David Armstrong, Richard
Frahm, Angus Gary, Lorris Haar
berg, Richard Hahn, Charles Hunt,
Gary Johnson, Gary Lorenteen,
Robert McNeff, David Malena,
Francis Reece, Carl Roberts.
Dan Roberts, Roy Smith, Gay
lord Songster, Richard Streit,
Richard Timmerman, Gary Ven
cill, Larry Williams, and Lore
A free Homecoming Eve
Danee will be held in the Un
ion Ballroom this Friday night
from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m., ac
cording to Sally Downs, dance
The Collegians Band will play
for the danre.
Miss Downs said, "All stu
dents are welcome to drop in
to dance any time during the
evening.' "It Is a chance to
start the Homecoming week
end off with lots of fun."
William Brannen, a 20-year-old
University student shot himself in
the right elbow while hunting near
Brannen, a junior majoring in
music was hunting with his
father, William Brannen Sr. and
Harold Matthews, both of York.
His gun reportedly discharged
while he was going through a
He was hospitalized in Grand
Island after the accident.
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That is why, when you are invited to join
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During your early days at GM, for example,
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You are also actively encouraged to pursue
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