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Union Director, Outstanding Student Awarded Daily Nebraskan Honor
Vol. 32, No. 59
Friday, January 17, 1958
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Daaae Lake, managing direc
tor of the Union, and Barbara
Sharp, wfca organized the Uni
Beauty Queens And Eligible Bachelors
Skied For Coed-Follies Presentation
Six Nebraska Beauty Queens
M six Eligible Bachelors are!
scheduled for presentation at the
annual AWS Coed Follies nerform-
ace, March 10. in Pershing A
ditorium, according to X a n c y
Cope.and, FoLties chapman.
The Beauty Qjeens were select-
ed December 17 by a panel of
judges piciea sy we LorrJiiis&er.
- OvftT-wH tvtLCK Tv.iut
personnel according to the cum
ber of Cornhuskers sold in the
v v .v. v
tsrve. Caadida:es were ihea re-
duced to twelve from which were
chosen the beaitty q ieens and fi
nalists. TS cit n 'Ri.-Vit.lT-c sr
the s.x fiiaiisa will be presented
lso. The Bachelors were nom:-
rated from organized houses ac-
cording to tbe number of year-
books sold and the finalists were
elected by a panel of judges chos-.'
Military Drill Trophy Object
Of Long Search, $50 Reward
A trophr cup won by a Uni-llS47, when the military depart
versity military drill team in 18921 mere moved to the present MJi
is the object of a widespread j tary and Nival Science Building
CoL Frank D. Eaer. a retired
Army officer ol LjncMn. is oner-
ing a rewara :or trie return
tne sterling s..ver cup. aooa'.
IS to 24 inches high and valued at and then later, in Grant Me- 28. Miss Capeland urged that por-
imorial Hall, where tbe military tions of skits not selected for the
Both Colonel Zzser and the Um- .yf. departoent was located, show might be changed into trav
rersity .rmy ROTC department ; Aecordhig to Pv0TC officials, tbe elers arts.
are seeking its return because of ; .
tbe cup's tiistoriral value.
The cup along with $1.5(10
won at the National Competitive
Drill in Omaha by a company of
University cadets who latr start
ed the National Hooorary Society
of Pershing Rifles.
The cadets were instructed iry
2nd LL Jyhn J. Pershing, fatur
commander of tbe American Ex
peditionaTy Farces in France dur
ing World "War I.
Colonel Eaper was then a ser-
fjeant and right guide fur the era:
Each j-ear tlie cup was the o
ject competition a.Tong t fc e
companies of tbe Army cadet bat
talion. Tbe names of the company
and captain commanding it were j
According to Colonel Eager, the j
eup should have about 15 names on
cup 'has been missing since about
Students who desire to sell their
text books through the student book
exchange may take them to the
exchange headquarters is room 13
of the Union on Jan. 24, 27 or 28
Ken Tempero, chairman of the
book exchange which is being op
erated by Alphi Phi Omega serv
ice fraternity, said tbe books will
be aold during the first three days
of second semester.
Students who sell their books
through the exchange wiH receive
the full sals price except for a
15-cent service charge. Money and
unsold books will be returned on
Feb. 10 and 11.
The event is being sponsored by
the Studett Council.
versity's Hangariaa Student Pro
ject, look aver certificates they
aare received as Outstanding
en the Cornhusker.
-n. Mal -hr Ow
'. .v. M,-vn s, " prl ho does not like to fish,
" prHnted aJOience at . she learns ,0 e-
r&s factions e.joy the sport. The skitmaster is
will be selected from a list of two Nancy Belsehner.
canoxaaes suo.-1.2nea oy everyi
r..c j - j v,
mwneas ..rg.,le 1?fJse
am,?s- A ust sx nna-ists w-
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oe sceci ana a vase kh ute au-
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honor. Las yea. s Ideal Coed was
; uuc m uk tuura
1 Tbe title of the Follies wiji oe
Parucipa:mg in the show will
be: Aloha Wii. Gamma Phi Be-uE
Apha Xi Delta. Chi Omega, Del-
ta Delia De la. and Delia Gamma, j
The Alpha Phi's will present "A
Veil Tale." wtuch has as its main
theme the unveiling of the VLx -
lem women. Three reporters from
the United encourage this action.
Skitmaster is Joan Riha.
jit. Among these names are those :
of Frank Eager and lis san. 1
Ornrinallv. the cura was disolaved
-m UnJversilT Keeistrar's of-
Teacher Certification Heads Daily
Nebraskan Top 1957 Five Story List
j By ERVTE KINXIS
J Teaches- certificatioin dispjtes,
' a revised Student Tribuiial Char
i ter and a dron in enrollment made
deadlines as tc,p Daily Nebraskan
! siories during tbe first semester
of tbe 1S57-5B acbool j'ear.
Tbe paid staff of tbe Daily Ne
braskan unanimously named the
squabble over teacher certifica
tion as the outstanding story of
Tne other top five stories, in
tbe arier f importance they were
awarded try the Xebrawkaa staff,
Revision of the sr-udent Tribu
A 3rop in enrollment at the
University after school officials
bad forecast an expected increase.
Approval of bids for expansion
of the Student Union.
The return of voting jwwer
to students on faculty committees.
The teacher certification battle
began in October after the Rus
sians focused attention on the
Americas lag in scientific research
by successful launching of an earth
satellite Sputnik Xumber One.
The scientific acare resulted in
an entire review of America's ed
ucational system. On the campus,
11 University professors took tbe
opportunity to voice their objec
tions to the accreditation system
far teachers now in use in the
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Nebraskans. (See story Page
The Gamma Phi Betas chose
'"Nautical Neurosis," the storv of
-JumDledivy," the title of (he
-Vipha Xi Delta's skit is a satire
oa campus life. It centers around
h t. rjv nf fjihn AtV,r,a
1 01 cie rumre. oea.irtg
Ka scienii;!c laeas. siiinasier is
, . . ..
The siorv of Posicha the bandii
is toM in e On Omega s skii,
jr. v r; i-,- ,v- I
lamaie ana uie uanait. U is
based on the decline and fall of
Blanche Misksrskj- is skit-rnaster.
The Tn Delts will nrespnt
"Hark, Hark the Ark of Forty
oamp o&ys xtt 3eSiS witu
o bss -e aDd anaaals. Mrs
ail 3oes 1104 mant 10 3eave
bJ clt aad pet ca the arc;
but finally they all reach the
promised land. Glenaa Eane is the : icite names for the appeaL
skilmaster. When asked what the United Na-
"Panic in t? Plaza" is the Del- tians would do with the appeal,
ta Gamira presentation. It is a; Dr. Jehle said "the UN is auibor
satire of Eloise and her en-'. jaed to accept these statements,
counters with Kuncan Dines, who I but is not able to take action. The
comes to rare the plaza. R a t li ' government is the only one who can
Adams is the skitmaster. take any action."
Travelers acts will selected be-:
tween skits at the Coed FoUies! pnn intorviourc
production. Trwuts for travelers
acrs selection "will be held Feb.
4 in the Union. Plans for each
act mast be turned in to Ksthv
Roach at 480 No. Kith bv Ja.i
Tbe professors, all imembers f
Arts uoi ScifDces College, said
that great aumbers f persons
were being kept out of teat-bin g
try the large number f methods
courses required for anyone seek
ing a teacher's certificate. More
subject matter and less metbodt
courses were asked by tbe pro
fessors witb the additional rig-fat
for subject matter Instractors t
recommend student for cetifi
cation. Teachers College officials an
swered that Nebraska's standards
were already below those of roost
states, and that a person must
not only know '"what to teach,"
but also "bow to teach" most
effectively if tbe learning process
of tbe student is not la be bandi
capped. The Chancellor appointed a
study comiiiiUee to look luio the
proposed changes. The result 60
far mud discos'sion, but no
The second rated story cbe re
vision of tbe Student Tribunal
Charter arose after objections
were raised about the method in
which the Charter had been ap
proved by tbe strident body last
spring. It was argued that the
students bad voted to decide for
or against the principles of a
Charter, not tne Charter itself .
y Tbe Charter was ala attacked
as being filled wits unnecessary
restrictions uca as a stipulation
. . . SC
By EMMIE LIMPO
In a heated meeting Wednes
day the Student Council voted to
reject the constitution of Corn
Cobs and to accept the recom
mendation of the Activities Com
mittee not to grant Student Coun
cil representation to Kosrr.et Hub.
By a vote of 21 to 8 the Council
rejected the Corn Ccb constitu
tion because of "an undemocratic
method of election of officers."
The Corn Cob offices are
presently selected by the outgo
ing officers, with no provision for
nomination from the floor or vot
ing by the members.
The Student Council rejected this
constitution on Oct. 11 on the
same grounds, according to John
Kinnier, chairman of the Judici -
arv Committee. The Corn Cobs
voted 10 to 7 against the Council
recommendation, according to Bill
Spilker, senior hold over member.
Corn Cobs can now appeal to
the Faculty Sub-Committee on Stu
dent Organizations in order to
have their approval or disapproval
of the present constitution.
"From the voting in favor of
the present constitution, it can be
, seen that the Corn Cobs have ex-j
j pressed their desire to continue
I selection of officers in this!
explained Silker, '"so whai
difference should it make to the
IXU I lUICMWlg
f a sitii
Now Under UN
-WV wiimi wia
Fourteen University faculiyl
aiemjrrs nave ij;ra au apixrai w
. tV testing of nuclear homhs
members have signed an appeal to
bv jnsemataooal agreement which
V. - - -
was t0 the rni5ed Nations.
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jy-nvw nf rvys at the
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w .1 1 :
lasts have sieved Je esj wiuch
was obtained in Jur, 1957. Tbe
on science in the modem world
rirs in St T,-i; Ti.v;Titrrm
University in May, 1957. by Dr. j
Una Pautog, Nobel Laureate.
Dr. JeWe said the names of the
members who signed the appeal
were not for release since there,
were only a couple of days to sI
IiHwiews for ereB4 semester
posjuoas e the Daily Nebraslaa
..i, v. vu r i. w riNr
lAHinee beginning at 4 p.m., ac
cording to Dr. Robert Kaoll,
chairmaa f tbe faculty sab-ewm-mittee
that so paid member of tne Daily
Nebraskan staff could be a
ber of tbe Tribunal.
Tbe result was a revisjon of tbe
Charter by a Student Council com
mittee beaded by Dave Keene.
Story number three a drop in
enrollment at the University
broke this fall after tbe University
waited nnta October to release
enrollment figures. They bad pre
dicted tbe spring before that en
rollment at tbe University wotQd
be tip. The real fact: enrollment
dropped by 2&1 students from a
year ago, down from ,2S to 8.164.
Aa increase is tuition costs and
tightening of entrance retjuire
ments were listed as big factors
responsible far the enrollment de
cline. Bigger Union
Plans for an expanded Student
Union atory Dumber lour -were
formally announced is December
before Christmas vacation. Tbe
final drafting plans caDed for a
modernistic two-story addition to
tbe Union at aa estimated cost
Bids were let this month for fee
Union. They totaled $150 ,K. The
Union parking lot was closed and
ground breaking bas begun.
The boped for result: loss of a
parking area now bat a bigger
and better Union with expansion
construction complete by Jure
19S0. Among the new items in the
Union will be audi features as a
1(-lane bowling alley, biHard room,
drive-in-Bervice, barber abop, lats-
Dave Keene, senior holdover
member, pointed out that it is
the purpose of the Judiciary Com
mittee to pass approval on organi
sations' constitutions and in this
case, the committee could not pos
sibly accept the Corn Cobs consti
tution because of their method of
The report of the Activities Com
mittee recommended that Kosmet
Klub not be given representation
of Student Council. Connie Hurst,
chairman, stated that at the pres
ent time, 14 students are from
the colleges, and 14 represent stu
dent organizations. By adding an
other seat on Council, the equal
relationship would be upset. She
further stated that no established
criteria has been set up in the
Council charter to allow another
; representative, Moreover, there are
i many other organizations which
are not granted a seat, such as
Builders and NUCWA.
Members of Kosmet Klub were
then granted permission to ex
press their reasons for wanting a
seat on Council. Morgan Holmes,
president, emphasized the fact
that through Kosmet Klub's fall
and spring shows 2,400 and 3.400
people respectively are affected
Thus he felt that the Klub should
have a voice on the Council in
things that affect them.
Since the Council recommended
j to refuse Kosmet Klub repre-
I ser.tion. Ken Freed Bus Ad repre-
J I M 1 1 nWMtUI
! ' day Fe;ruary 2s. Schultz
vwiigiMiMiiwii He described .he magazine M
The copy of this appeal a.'id the; -a long needed outlet for all the
original signers are printed below
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fibrrr Cttmmfmw Carl V
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try and small auditorium. Also.
a bigger crib and lounge wkb
larger kitchen facilities.
The regaining of student voting
powers on faculty committees,
such as the Publication Board,
was granted this fill. It was a
reversal of aa action by tbe Sen
ate Faculty a year ago which bad
removed this power from students
on faculty committees.
Tbese tbea were tbe top five
stories aa campus tbis semester.
For a wbOe K looked as tbeagb
Asian (la tnigbt wia itself a spot
among tbe top five TL'aiversitT
events of tbe Tear, bot earefal
saperrfciea by Stadeat Health
officials snarfiec st tbe fla threat
before It got a good footbold.
AnoUber st-wig contender for,
top story awards was the faeclty
senate appn-al of the Kitcbell
Corxrmitiee report, a battle for
And, of course, there was tbe
prankster, who called a local radio
station daring a heavy soswfaH
and said, "This is Chancellor
Eardin. There will be no school
tomorrow at tbe University.' The
announcer broadcast this report.
But it wasxt tbe Chancellor
talking and a few znintttet later a
red-faced radio announcer bad "
make apologies for as unfoaaded
announcement. Witi the second
announcement came tbe breakup
of bridge games and planned es
capades in practically every
house aad dorra oa campus.
Of Heated Debate . . ,
sentation, Ken Freed, Bus Ad repre
522 names on it, asking that Kos
met Klub be allowed to have a
seat on Council. The petition was
turned over to the Judiciary Com
mittee, who will forward it to the
Sub-Committee on Student Organi
zations with the Council ruling
If approved by this com mittee
it will be presented to the stu
dent body for a vote. If the pe
tition is passed by the students,
it will go again to the Faculty
Committee on Student Affairs who
will send it to the Faculty Sen
ate for final approval. John Kin
nier stated that this is standard
procedure for any petition favor
ing an amendment to the Student
In further Council action. Bill
Spilker reminded the Council the
Student Tribunal Charter will be
voted upon by the student body
at the time fees are paid, Jan.
'Scrip' Chosen As Name
Of Literary Magazine
Plans for "Scrip," the Uni-lwe have no philosophv to peddle
versitys new undergraduate liter-
ary magazine, were unveiled at a
coffee hour in the Union Thursday
The magazine will be on the
newstand April 18, according to
editor Stephen Schultz. Manuscripts
will be received in the office of
.the English department from Mon -
kinds of creation that go on on
campus. We are not a cique and
j be revised
i Charter will be voted on Jan. 24.
:27 and 28 when students pay their
registration fees announced Dave
Kee.ie, Student CouncS Tribunal
! -Jiu mail.
i This means undergraduate stu-
! dents whose last names begin with
; letters A to G win vote Jan. 24,
those whose last names begin with
letters H to N will vote on Jan. 27,
and those with last names begin
ning with letters O to Z to vote on
If the sfcident body approves the
charter, it will then be sent to tbe
1 FaciiJtv Spnst an! tk R,-kst1 jf
) Regems for further consideration.
; Rorji nf thtx crrrsnrK miict ale,
prove the Charter before it may
go into effect.
Applications for tbe Spring Day
Cooimiuee are due Saturday
ooa in tbe Student Cob iK-il of
fice, according to Joba Kinnier.
chairmaa of tbe Stadeat Council
Interviews will be Feb. I ta
Parlor Z of tbe Union.
Anyone interested may pick aa
aa applicattoa in tbe Stadeat
Coancfl Office ia tbe I'aioa and
may sign a for aa interview
(salifications for (be Spring
Day Committee are that a sta
deat mast be a sopbotnore, joa
lor or senior; mast have at least
a S.7 average; mast be interested
ia tbe event; and mast possess
leadership and organizational
Builders Announce Thirty-Six
58 Student Board Members
The Urcwrsity Builders orgaMza-.
" au .3J0 ar
closed the following new board
Handbook, Sue Setoabel, assist
ant is Linda Oakevjn.
First Glance, Kiirea Schaester,
assisuant is Karen Karrer.
Directory, Gretcben Saeger, as-
sistants are Gov Scbaias. Sun,
Doag's aad Phylis Elliott. i
Calendar, Nancy Beal, assista-it ' Ag Sales, Angie Eolbert, assist
is Dave Harper. , a.it is Bob Preston.
Sales, Vary Patrick, assistaats ; Ag Toars. Roger Itbrbein,
are Helen Hxkabout and Sharon assistant is Dos Epp.
Eaaer. Ag Publicity, Gary KUday, aa-
Special Edition, Dorothy Eai ' sistant is Vaurice Beerbohai.
assistants are Barb Barker and , Public Relauans, Vera Feye, aa
Sandy 'hiErnore. sistant is Bob Faa.
24, 27, 28 and 31.
Tom Neff, ohairman of the Book
Pool Committee, introduced t h
president of Alpha Phi Omega,
who reported that preparations
are being made for the opening
of the Book Pool. On Jan. 24, 2i7
and 28, students may bring tehir
books to sell at the exchange in
room 313 of the Union. The books
will then be on sale Feb. 3-4. All
unsold books and money for those
sold will be returned Feb. 10 and
President Helen Gouriay an
nounced that she had received a
phone call from Woody Herman.
The band leader told her his band
would be available for a two hour
concert costing $1,000 or for a
four hour dance costing $1,500 on
any one of these dates: April 1,
2, 3, 4; March 25, 26; or May 9.
Anyone interested in having this
band is urged to contact her as
soon as possible.
except the idea that the would-ba
artist needs an audience. We're
here to gi"e nim that audience.
The editor announced that all
sorts of work is welcome. "I find
that people are writing science-
fiction on campus and that satire
in trie manner of James Thurber
; is also being tried. I've also heard
' of an outstanding essay on foreign
! reIatioas and a work 00
physics. We can't promise that
well print all of this, but we'd
certainly like to see it," he said.
; Karl Shapiro, editor of the
"Prairie Schooner and professor
of Er.glish, also spoke at the meet
ing, emphasising the far-reaching
effect of the 'little magazine. He
said that editors and publishers
across the country read as mar.y
! of these publications as possible
j in a continuous search for new
; writing talent.
i The staff of "Scrip" is as fol
lows: manuscript editors, Schultz,
Barb MiUnitz, and Jerry Petsche;
art department, Andy Backer and
Harry Studskka, business mana-
ers- Jane Simmons and Kea
Xfar.ascripts submitted to the
magazine mast be accompanied oy
name, address and telephone cum
ber, Schultz said.
John Stuart has been elected
president of Alph- Kappa Psi,
business fraternity, according to
Al Rosen, past president,
j Other officers are Robert Ka.k
. hart, vice president; Stan Wtd
;maa, secretary; Eldaa Under,
treasurer, Jim Whiiaker, master
of rituals, and Clarke Nelson, war
I St-uart is a jxikc ia Biz Ad and
a member of the Business Ad
' ministrataoin Council and Pha Delta
Kackbart is a aiphocnore ia Six
Ad and a member of Beta Theta
j Widxan is a iuruor in Biz Ad.
a member of Com Cobs, Mem 'a
Glee C A and Sigma Alpha Via.
linder is a junior ia Biz Ad and
president of Theta Xi.
Wbitaker is a junior ia Biz Ad,
a Combiisker assistant business
; manager, member of Corn Cobs.
'Biz Ad CouncS and vice president
!of Sigma Cti.
Nelson is sophomore zi Biz Ad
'and a membec of Phi Kappa Psi.
Adverusin. Martha Crocker, aa-
ire Jean Sell and Terri
Publicky, Dick Basoco, assistant
Tours, Dave Davison, assistant
is Bill Larsoa.
Parties and Cocveataotat, SaZy
; Downs, assistant is Joaa TSizme.
1 Art, Carolj-n Laag, assistant la
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