The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 26, 1958, Image 1
v if FiftSSized Traveler .To Tour With MB's Foreign Students Will Journey To Nebraska Farms, Industries The annual Mortar Board Tour for International Stu detns wi'l take along a pint iized traveler this year. Five-year-old Techan will tour Nebraska along with 33 foreign students. Techan, who was born In Tokyo, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tada uiko Ando. His father is doing research at the University in bio-chem-tstry on a Fullbright grant. The tour will be held March SI through April 2 and is de iigned to acquaint foreign stu dents with Nebraska. Nebraska farms, industries and six towns will be includ d in the tour this year, ac- Vacation: AWS Sets Go Home Regulations The following regulations of AWS regarding preparations to go home for Easter vaca tion have been announced by Nan Carlson, president. 1. Organized houses and resi dence halls will be closed by 12 noon. Saturday. March 29. 2. If it is necessary for your to leave before Friday, March 28, you must obtain a special permission slip from your housemother. This slip does not excuse you from classes. It is your responsibility to ar range such matters with your instructors. 3. Before you leave, arrange the time of your return with your housemother. If you plan to return later than the regular closing hour on Sun day, April 6, you must obtain special permission from your housemother. If you go home, J'ou may return Monday in time for your first class. 4. If there is any change In plans in the time of your return, you must notify yourl housemother by telephone. 5. Please don't forget to Sign out before you leave. 6. All hoi, .ics v. ill own by S:00 p.m. Sunday. April 6, un less other arrangements are made by your individual houses. Grad Dean Going East Carnegie Research For Dr. Weaver Dr. John C. Weaver, dean of the University's Graduate College, will leave Lincoln Saturday for a month long tour of 13 universities and colleges in the eastern half of the United States. Weaver is making the trip as recipient, of the Carnegie Administrative Traveling Fel lowship. The Carnegie grant is given yearly to two educators in the nation for the purpose of discussing administra tive problems with the vari ous university officials. Weaver will be seeking in formation concerning mainly research programs and grad uate colleges. Last December he visited nine universities on the West Coast as part of the grant. The tour beginning Satur day will take him to the Uni versities of Texas, Houston, Tulane, Indiana, Toronto, Cornell, Yale, Columbia, New York, Duke, North Carolina, JUce and Massachusetts ln atitut of Technology. Roast Pig Brings Meaty Response The subject in Journalism TO had somehow strayed from the original topic of the history of typography, and stuck upon the essay entitled "Dissertation on a Roast Pig." When the question arose as to whom the author might be, a feminine voice ailed out from the rear of the room. "It wouldn't be Francis Bacon, would it?" she asked. The true author was re vealed several moments lat r . . . Charles Lamb. Combat Film A World War li combat film will be shown in Room 107 of the Military and Naval Science Building Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. The showing Will be open to the public. cording to Evonne Einspahr, tour co-chairman. Square Dancing Students from places like China and Egypt will be in troduced to square dancing at Curtis. The group will stay over night at Kearney State Teachers College and will tour an alfalfa mill and cattle-feed er in Lexington. The tour was enlarged from two-day affair to a three day journey last year because of the enthusiasm and appre ciation of the foreign students, Miss Einspahr said. Accompanying the foreign students on the tour will be Charlene Ferguson. Karen Dryden, Marily Waechter and Miss Einspahr, all members of Mortar Board. Joan Krueger of University Public Relations will go on the bus tour as chaperone. Participants Students going on the tour are: Alan Best, Ronald Heath- cote and Audrey Fosbrokke from England: Freydoon Hob- sepian, Asadollah Mortazavi, Ag Prospects Visit In April Hospitality Day Theme Is Home Ee "Blueprint of Home Eco nomics" is the theme for the annual Hospitality Day, to be held on Ag Campus April 15. Approximately 600 junior and senior girls from Nebras ka's high schools will visit the campus to become acquainted with the opportunities in home economics, according to Yvonne Einspaiir, chairman of the event. The event is also designed to show the girls the college preparation necessary in dif ferent areas of home econom ics, she said. The girls will be welcomed to the campus by Chancellor Clifford Hardin; Dr. Florence Mc Kinney, chairman, of the home economics department; W. V. Lambert, Dean of the College of Agriculture ; and Margaret Cannell, administra tive assistant in Home Eco nomics. In addition to the general j sessions there will be visita t tions to the various divisions. . They will watch a style show j presented by University co ! eds which will emphasize ca j reers in home economics, i All University home eco i nomics students will partici j pate in the Hospitality Day 1 activities. 1FC Will Elect -v--. . , UltlCtTS L011I"llt The Inter Fraternity Coun cil will elect officers tonight at 7:00 in the Union. A slate of candidates was drawn up and nominations may be made from the floor, according to Dick Arneson, president. The tentative slate is headed by Don Smidt, Delta I'psilon and Gary Cadwalla der, Phi Delta Theta who have been nominated presi dent. John Glynn, Beta Theta Pi and Bill Ashley, Phi Kappa Psi have been nominated for treasurer. Nominated for secretary are John Dillingham, Sigma Alpha Rho and Bob Krumme, Sigma Chi. ROFC Cadets Will Tour Dams Ten junior and senior ROTC members have been selected to go on an inspection tour of the Gavins Point and Fort Randall Dams. The group will leave Mon day and return Tuesday eve ning. All those selected are in the College of Engineering. The are: Bruce Abernethy, Roger Busboom, Harry Ding man, Eldon Heiden, Ronald Maiwald, D w a i n e Rogge, Keith Schafer, Douglas Thor pe, Juris Vairogs and Don ald Minford. TV Education Show A special film, "The Chal lenge To American Educa tion" will be seen on KUON TV at 8:30 p.m., April 2. This hour long discussion pro gram will cover the topics J "The Humanities A Bal I anced Program." and "Rus- sian Education A positive and negative lesson we might j learn from USSR." j This will be the second a series of two programs m Amir Maghen and Abdola Za rinnia from Iran; Dev. Chop ra and Purushottam Patel from India. Nelson Chuang of China; Yoshiko Matsue and the Ando family of Japan; Hakuh Dim and Soon Hong of Korea; Mr. and Mrs. John Lane of Canada, Ewart Anderson and Sidney Jackson of Jamaica, Hilda Ching of Hawaii and Mr.and Mrs. Nagashwar of Trinidad; Mohammed Nadira and Abdul Majid of Afghani stan. Audley Webster of the Canal Zone, Gilberto De Souza, Bra zil; Nola Davila of Columbia, Nayir Jarid of Egypt; Joseph Befarin, Nigeria and Julius Szabo of Hungary. Mehmet Aydin, Turkey; Hasan Ayeb, Afghanistan and Ahmed Basha of Syria. Independents To Sponsor Council Slate Board Intervietcs Candidates Today An Independent sponsored student council slate will be selected tonight from 4-7 p.m. "Anyone eligible to file for student council may apply for an interview. Candidates selected may be both Greeks and Independents," accord ing to Tom Smith of the elec tion committee. siuaents may sign tor an interview appointment in the Union activities offices on both Ag and City campuses Interviews will be held in Parlor A of the City Union tonight between 4 and 7 p.m. The interviewing board will consist of representatives from each of the major inde pendent organizations on campus: Delta Sigma Phi, Love Hall, Fedde Hall, Burr Hall, RAM, Girls' Dorm, Towne Club and Co-op Coun cil. Selection of a slate will ' rive independents an oppor tunity to support themajor independent groups in running for student council," said Smith. Debate Team Prepares Last Rebuttal The University debate team closes the season with a trip University Thursday. Thirteen conference schools will be represented in the three day meet, one of the old est oratory and debate leagues existing, according to Don Olson, debate director. Making the trip for the Uni versity will be Nancy Cope land, Sara Jones, Don Epp and Rennie Ashleman. Debate topic will be "Re solved: That the United States foreign policy in the Middle East should be re vised." Ashleman and Jones will enter extemporaneous speak ing and Ashleman will also compete in oratory. Drill Squads Vie A drill competition between! drill squads of the first and Third Battalions will be held Thursday in the drill hall of the Military and Naval Sci ence Building at 5 p.m. The event will be open toj the public. Behavior 'Steam' Topic Of Meet Sixth Psych Symposium Here This Week What makes people kill? What makes children run away from home? What makes nations go to war? In the psychologist's note book, the answers to all of these questions could be summed up in one word mo tivation. Motivation is the energizing factor in behavior that pro vides the "steam". It ac counts for people's wants, needs and drives, according to Professor Marshall Jones of the University psychology department. In an attempt to educate more students and faculty members about motivation, the psychology department is sponsoring the Sixth Annual Nebraska Symposium on Mo tivation. The symposium will be held Thursday and Friday in Social Sciences 201. The two-day affair is sup ported by part of a grant of S74.429 from the U.S. Public ! Health Sen ice. The graipt be i came effective July 1, 1957 to Vol. 32, No. 88 'Union Terrific' Distributes Top-Notch Worker Awards Books Exit "That's the $64,000 ques tion," said Bruce Camp bell, manager of the Re gent's Bookstore, when asked when the store would move to its new site in the basement of the old Admin istration Building. Campbell cited the last of April or first of May as the possible time for the move. Work which must be com pleted before moving is still being done on the building. The move to the old Ad ministration building is the last in a series of moves. The store was originally lo cated in the basement of University Hall which stood where Fergusen Hall now stands. The old Ad building base ment was its second home, Liz Jacobs Holds Two KAM Presidencies i(7 Lass Was Initiated Only One Month Ago Within the scant space of a month, Liz Jacobs, Teach ers College junior was initiat ed, elected local president and then national president of Kappa Alpha j.l- Mu, photogra-j -f Dhv honorary.! t y io aaa to i, ..rut "i: the u n usual aspects of her career in KAM, Miss Jacobs is the first woman elected national Tirec Courtesy Sunday IldllOIiai pres- Journal and Star dent, accord- Miss Jacobs . ing to Ray Morgan, assistant professor of journalism, and sponsor of the keal KAM chapter. Second From NU This is the second time the University has had the na tional presidency of KAM. Dick Axtell held the post in 1954. Miss Jacobs was initiated into Kappa Alpha Mu at the regional convention in Law rence earlier this month Prof. Morgan explained that she had been a KAM pledge for over a year. It was not her fault she was not initiated Star Theatre Readies Schedule Tickets should be purchased early by students who wish to see weekday programs at the Ralph Mueller "Theatre of the Stars." Many afternoon shows at the planetarium will be filled up by visiting schools, Dr. C. Bertrand Schultz, museum di rector, said. Programs will be shown Monday Friday afternoons at 2:45 and usually at 1:30. Other showings will be made at 8 p.m. on Thursdays, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Sat urdays, and 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Sundays. Students may purchase tick ets at half-price, 25 cents, by showing their ID cards, Schultz said. aid the University in clinical psychology training. Speakers for the symposi um are noted men in the field of psychology who have done significant research on moti vation. Professor Richard Littman of the University of Oregon will open the symposium at 9:30 a.m. Thursday speaking on "Motives, History and Causes". Littman has recent ly done motivation research on monkeys. The second speaker is Charles Eriksen, professor at the University of Illinois. At 1:30 p.m. he will discuss "Un conscious Processes and Mo tivation". Eriksen has written a number of articles pertain ing to unconscious motivation in the last few years. Malmo Professor Robert Malmo of McGill University will dis cuss "Motivation and Behavi oral Arousal: A Psychological Approach" Friday at 9:30 a.m. . Malmo, who holds a i If ll Lincoln. - Sometime' then the Basement of the Social Sciences and next Temple Building. In 1950, the Regent's Bookstore moved to its present site in Temporary B. The Bookstore acts as a price regulator for the sale of books to University stu dents, explained Robert A. Stewart, assistant director of University services. "Every student on cam pus gets some benefit whether he goes in the store or not because it af fects the prices he pays," said Stewart. In the last five years the dollar volume of sales has approximately doubled. Stewart cited this as evi dence of the increased use of the store by students. earlier, he said it seems that none of the KAM officers re turned to school this fall. After returning from the re gional convention, the local chapter elected her president. National Convention The national presidency went to Miss Jacobs during the March 21-23 convention at the Southern University of Il linois. Miss Jacobs commented that the national convention was especially Interesting since the national founder of KAM, Cliff Edom and his were here. "Trying to establish new KAM chapters will be our utaiii jwu, aaxu uic uvvt pi car dent. xne group plans to open chapters in South Dakota and other adjoining states, she said. Two Presidencies "This is a most unusual situation," said Prof. Morgan. It is rare for the local and national president to be t h e same person, he said. Other KAM members who attended the national conven tion over the week-end were Fred Gibbs, Bob Blair, Ly man Cass and Charlene Gross. Approximately 50 university KAM chapter delegates from the western three-fourths of the nation attended the con vention. Don Meaney, NBC national television news editor, gave one of the key speeches of the convention on integrating pho tojournalism into television newscasting. Husker Freshman Tops AAV See Page 3 PhD. from Yale, has been conducting research on ten sion and its effects. This symposium is the sec ond section of this year's se ries. The first was held Feb. 8 and 7. Learning and motivation, the stimulus theory and the drive concept were discussed at that time. Wide Attendance Betwee2J 75 and 103 people are expected to attend the meetings and the Friday aft ernoon discussion. People from schools as far away as Chicago University are ex pected to attend in addition to University graduate stu dents and faculty. In the past, representatives have attended from Colorado University, Iowa University, Kansas State College and the University of South Dakota. Plans are already in t h e making for next year's sym posium, which will also per tain to motivation, according to Jones. mmm Nebrasko The Union Terrific rolled in on schedule last night bring ing with it a freightcar full of awards for outstanding Union workers and appointments to Union chairmanships. After the whistle blew and the Terrific ground to a halt, Jackie Collins emerged as the Outstanding Worker. Jon West received the Dis tinguished Service Award. Ag Lauds Obermire, Wehrbein Ag Union honored Nola Obermire and Rogert W e h r bein at the Union Terrific, the annual Union awards banquet. Miss Obermire was chosen as outstanding worker and Wehrbein received the Distin guished Service Key. Miss Obermire is a sopho more in Agriculture and mem ber of Love Memorial Hall She is on Farmer?' Fair Board and a member of New man Club, Home Ec Club and V.H.E.A. Wehrbein is a sophomore in Agr iculture and a member of Alpha Gamma Rho. His activi ties include Block and Bridle, Cobs, Builders and Spring Day committee. Ag Union chairmen and as sistants are as follows. Gilbert Grady, freshman in Agriculture and member of Farmhouse, is the new Dance committee chairman. His as sistant is Tryka Bell. Wehrbein, sophomore Alpha Gamma Rho, will head the student faculty committee. Assisting him will be LaVonne Rogers. General Entertainment committee leader will be Sally Miller, sophomore and member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Archie Clegg is her commit tee assistant. Miss Obermire of Love Memorial Hall is the new Publicity chairman. Her as sistant is Jerry Hasse. Heading the Hospitality committee is JoAnne Fahren bruchis, junior and member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Ron McKeever will be her assist ant. Ag Union Film committee will be under the guidance of Morris Beerbohm, member of Farmhouse. Bob McNeff will assist him. Completing the list is Pris- cilla Moller, Pi Beta Phi Beta Pi freshman, who will edit the News Letter. Assist ant editor is Dorothy Shallen berger. Easier Music Peals Thursday The fourth annual Sigma Alpha Iota, music sorority Easter Vesper Service will be given Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Missouri Synod Luth eran Chapel. The performance is to be broadcast on "Your Uni versity Speaks" Sunday morn ing, April 6. Gloria King will direct the chorus. The following pieces will be presented: "Hark! The Eas ter Bells are Ringing" by Borch; "O Vos Omnes" by Vittoria; "Panis Angelicus" by Franck, featuring Myrna Grunwald, soprano; "Lord to Thee Our Hearts are Raised" by Frach; "O Filio et Filiae", featuring Mary Claassen as narrator. "Sonata for 2 violine, flute and organ" by Gabrieli, fea turing Carol Asbury and Mary Claassen, violins, Eunice Mc Cosh, flute and Kay Green, organ; "Four Easter Carols," "All in an April Evening" by Robertson and "How Excel lent Thy Name" by Hanson. Engineers Discussed A panel discussion of "The Engineer in Industry" will keynote the meeting of the American Society of Mechan ical Engineers tonight. The meeting is scheduled lor 7:15 in 206 Richards. Weather Good Coats should be discarded for lighter jackets this after noon as balmy spring weather continued. Some clouds are expected to j blot out the .sky, but good; weather is anticipated. i Lincoln's high yesterday I was 51. I Wednesday, March 26, 1958 Runner-Up Spikes Runners-up to the outstand ing worker received golden spikes. They were Suzie Douglas, Carolyn Hein, Jerry Howerter, and Gary Lorent zen. Miss Collins, a freshman in Business Administration, is a member of YWCA, Red Cross and Alpha Omicron Pi. She was a worker on the Arts and Exhibits committee of Union. West, sophomore in Teach ers, is affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega. He was chairman of the Union film committee. The new Union chairman and assistant chairman were announced at the dessert. Arts and Exhibits chairman is Judy Lang, freshman in Arts and Sciences and a mem ber of Alpha Phi. Janet Rho da is her assistant. Dances and Film Kay Hirshbach, freshman in Teachers and a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, was named Dance chairman. Her assistant is Gary Lorentzen. West is chairman of the Film committee. Miss Hein is his assistant. Chairman of General Enter tainment is Paul Herman, freshman in Engineering and a member of Farm House. Sharon Janike is his assist ant. Hospitality and PR Sharon Fangman was named chairman of the Hos pitality committee. Miss Fangman is a sophomore in Teachers and a member of Kappa Delta. Her assistant is Sherry Turner. Public Relations chairman is Miss Douglas, fresh naa i ? Teachers and a memb. Gamma Phi Beta. Beth Gil bert is her assistant. Recreation and Activities Don Binder, Arts and Sci ences sophomore, and a mem ber of Theta Xi, will head the Recreation committee. Roger Evans is the assistant chair man. Miss Collins was named chairman of the Special Ac tivities committee. Her assist ant is Dick Masters. Talks and Topic Chairman is Dorothy Hall, sophomore in Teachers, and a member of Delta Gamma. Judy Moomaw is her assistant. Personnel and Music Eileen Hansen was named chairman of the Personnel committee. Miss Hansen is a sophomore in Teachers and a member of Delta Delta Delta. Her assistant is Sue Carkoski. Carole Triplett, sophomore in Business Administration and member of Chi Omega is the new Music committee chairman. Assisting her will be Pat Porter. PE Convocation To Hear Metheny Dr. Eleanor Metheny, physi cal education authority, will speak at a physical education convocation today at 3 p.m. in the Union Ballroom. Her topic will be "The Courage to Lead." Dr. Metheny is professor of physical education at the Uni versity of Southern California. She has served short-term appointments as consultant on various research projects, school surveys, and as advisor to the Secretary of War serv ing in Japan and Korea. Der Fuehrer Gasps For Society Tonite "The Last Ten Days," an Austrian production, starring Albin Skoda as Hitler, will be shown tonight at 8 p.m. by the foreign film society at the Nebraska Theater. The film, a story of Hit ler's last ten days which he spent in a bunker near Bertchesgaden, Germany, is ranked by Time Magazine as "Perhaps the best picture produced in Central Europe since the war." Pershing Drill Team Sixteen members of Persh ing Rifles will participate in the Illinois Invitational Drill Meet. The group will leave Friday for Champlain, 111. and will return Sunday. They will enier Individual Drill compelion, Platoon Drill events and the Crack Squad Drill competition. 1 II- v. 1 s ! !