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TKe Doily Nebroskon
Tuesday, February 10, 1958
Forgot to Remember?
You're Paying $2,000
Library Fines Gather Money for New Books
What price forgetfulness? t"25 cents for the first hour and he said.
More than $2,000 a year, I five cents for each additional Farley pointed out that the
according to Kichard r arley, j nour. i entlre revenue from fines Is
associate director of Love! "Syracuse I'niversity just j used to replace worn out vol-
This is the approximate ; overdue book fines of 25 cents
mount students pay in fines 1 per day," Farley commented
to the library for overdue and
Fine rates are compara
tively low at Nebraska, said
Farley. Overdue books cost
5 cents per day, except for
two hour books which cost
Two University coeds. Shar
on Mnrphy and Barbara
Shuck, will represent the
University this year on a
national College Board for
Mademoiselle, fashion maga
zine. Miss Murphy is a sopho
more in Agriculture; Mrs.
Shuck is a student at large.
They are among 784 stu
dents from colleges all over
The associate director said
that lost books should be re
ported immediately to the
library. Failure to do this re
sults in the student paying for
the book fine that has accrued
as well as the cost of the
book and a $1 service charge.
The student who ignores
two fine notices from the
library must deal with the
Dean of Student affairs. Con
tinued failure to square up
an account will result in the
registrar's office being in
formed and grades held back
until the account is settled.
Nominations for $5,000 Mc-
ICormick Journalism Scholar
IshiDS are now beinp accentpd
the country who won places; by Northwestern University,
on the Board. according to Dpan I W fnlo
As College Board members, ' of the Medill School of Journ
they will represent their cam-jalism.
puses and report to Made- The McCormick Scholarship
moiselle on college life and ' competition is open to high
vhe college scene. (school seniors. These seniors
Each cirl will coirmlete two I must ke nominated by staff
umes and to buy extra copies
of other books already on
The system of checking stu
dents leaving the library, al
though well meaning, causes
resentment in a surprising
number of students, he said.
The system is used to help
the forgetful person who real-
jly intended to check out the
1 book or has carried it out by
j mistake, he explained.
"You can't stop people
from stealing books if they
really want to," the associate
He continued, "Students
w ho resent our painless check
system might be interested to
know that at several large
university libraries turnstiles
are maintained at the ent
rance where students are ac
tually frisked. Here no coats ;
or briefcases are allowed into
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Valentine Day Cords
Do Not Amuse Cupid
By Carroll Kraus
Cupid must be getting disgusted.
With Valentine's Day, that is.
Used to be that was one day ot the year that the fellow
Now he's sort of resigned to a fate of trying to strike
on moonlit nights, etc.
Cause Valentine's Day seems to have been taken over
by the contemporary-funny-type card people.
The little fellow must fall to tears when he sees a cheap
grade paper ard inscribed with the simple message:
i would have sent you a pretty, expensive card, but
then I thought. Oh, what the."
He probably isn't too happy to see a young lass open
a brightly-wrapped box and bite on a rubber chocolate.
Or worse yet, an empty candy box with a small card
"I would have sent you a box filled with candy but
you're fat enough already."
And old Cupe must be ready to snap his arrows when
he sees a young swain open an envelope on Feb. 14 bearing
this tender message:
"You think you're smart, you think you're fine; so be
your own valentine."
assignments in competition
lor the twenty Guest Editor
ships to be awarded by the
nagazine at the end of May.
The Guest Editors will be
brought to New York for four
weeks in June to help write,
dit and illustrate Mademoi
seDe's 1959 August College
Square Dance Club
members of newspapers be
longing to the Inland Daily
Press Association. Deadline
for nominations is Feb. 1.
The scholarships are award
ed on the basis of promise for
Offered to Coeds
Dime, Swim Cap
Women students will have
use of the Coliseum swim
ming pool Wednesdays from
7 to 8 p.m.
Women staff members or
wives of staff members may
Union to Show
"Rebel Without a Cause,
starring James Dean and Na
talie Wood, will be shown at
the Union Friday.
Due to the Talent Show,
there will be no Sunday night
movie. This Friday movie will
use the dooI durine the same I replace it.
period. Swimmers are asked '. The movie, in Warner Color,
v . A. . . ... is an account of juvenile de-
to bring their own bathing i linquency in Angeies.
caps, but suits and towels are j a color cartoon will be
"The Last Bridge" will be
Two $100 scholarships are'shown Wednesdav at 8 p.m.
being offered to University un-;in th fourth fi, s
provided for a 10 cent fee. A
swimming permit from t he
Student Health Center is re
quired. Starting Feb. 14 swimming
classes for daughters of staff
members will be conducted.
Girls 8 to 15 and not less
than 39 inches tall are eligi
ble. A fee of $1 per famJy
will be charged, payable at
the first lesson.
Registration will be
ut Grant Memorial Hall, Feb.
1M3 or by phone. Ext. 4135.
I Health permits must be ob-
l iained Feb. 9-13, 8 a.m
' noon, and 1 to 5 p.m.
AlCE to Meet
The student chapter of the
American Institute of Chem
ical Engineering will meet at
7 p.m. Wednesday in 223
A business meeting will be
tield to discuss E-Week and
iefreshments will be served.
5 JO p.m. Sine Hi-Slru L
5:45 Friendly Giant
C Fvwiine Prrtuda
n TV Ofimnnm
to t 7 lt' Vint Srtinnl
The baun Amencw
Lanruwc in Actum
9 Your Unicameral
r en i
dergraduate coeds by the Ne
braska chapter of Tri-Delta.
Competition for a scholar- Applicants need not be af
ship to attend the 1959-60 ses-; filiated
sion of the College of Europe j students mav pick up ap
s now open io American coi-i llcatjens at Mjss Margaret i Film Critics' Prize
lege graduates. Cannells office. Home Econ- Cannes Festival.
The College of Europe of-' omics Hall 116, Ag Campus, or Fijms are snown at the Ne
fers a one-year graduate pro-! Dean Marjorie Johnston's of-: , ,
m-om jr. p,.Mr,nn. f. i-;. .4 ; f c. t DrasKa i neater.
journalism, acaaemie acmeve-1 -..-. ,, comi- , t; n.A;icirnnn Rniinina
Maria Schell stars in the
World War 11 story. The
movie won the International
Ag College To Aid
Th, ma- nnccihu h J S'ven in the S0CjaI sciences,- Applications must be re-
a $300,000 grant from the trus-1 Wlth emPhas's on European ; turned by March 1. A com-; j H S
tees of the Robert R McCor-' econornic and political prob-mittee consisting of a faculty
mick Chaa-iUble Trust in ' lems" A series of study triPs 1 member, Dean Johnston and I The College of Agriculture
mnmnri Af th. imb riitr.r anH I is Par of curriculum. ! a Delta Delta Delta alumna wm assist in snonsorine the
The All University Square : publisher of the Chicago Tri-1 The annual enrollment of will choose the scholarship fjrst annua Omaha Market
Dance Club will meet Friday bune. about 40 students is drawn j winners. ijlog snow scnefued for the
si 8 p.m. in the College Activi-: A student can receive up to , mainiy irom western turo
ties Building on Ag campus 1,000 each year for the five i pean countries, but the Col
Admission will be 25 cents j years required to attain the j lege encourages outside rep
for members and 35 cents degree f Master of Science ! resentation, especially from
, Omaha stock vards Feb. 14.
Kosmet Klub Meets j More than $1,000 in cash
Kosmet Klub activities will; prizes will be awarded to
I in Journalism.
SENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
The Douglas Aircraft Company
INVITES YOU TO
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Find out about the interesting positions, assistance in
furthering your education and outstanding promotion
opportunities with the world's leading manufacturer
of aircraft and missiles. Get facts on living conditions,
research facilities and opportunities to advance pro
fessionally at Douglas facilities located in California,
Florida, Oklahoma, North Carolina and New Mexico.
Reserve your career decision until you have talked
with the Douglas representative. It may be the most
important interview of your life.
5m Your Chairman, Committee on Occupational
Placement for Your Interview Appointment
the U.S., in order to broaden
the exchange of viewpoints.
March 1, 1959. is the dead
line for scholarship applica
tions. Applicants must be
United States citizens, under
30, single, able to speak
t rench and have a bachelors
j degree by October, 1959. The
i scholarship, valued at $1,750,
'covers travel, tuition, board,
! lodging and incidental expens
es. j Further information can be
; obtained from the American
i Committee on United Europe,
S 120 East 56th Street, New
York, 22, N.Y.
meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in ; exhibitors in the show. Au
the Union. j Midwest pork producers are
Workers will meet at 8:30. 'eligible.
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Mr. W. H. Hawkes, Division Geophysical Supervisor
for Pan American at Casper, Wyoming, will visit
this campus on Thursday, February 12, 1959,
to interview June candidates for B.S.
and advanced degrees with majors in Geology (Mathe
matics through Calculus, minimum 5 hours of physics),
Geological Engineering, Geophysics and Physics.
He will also interview juniors for a. limited number
of summer jobs. - i
For an appointment to see Mr. Hawkes,
N contact Dean J. P. Colbert, Chairman of
the Committee on Occupational
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