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Vol. 32, 103
Friday, May 9, 1958
To Up Scholarship
Freshmen entering next fall who are in the lower one
fourth of their high school class were given "a jolt by the
Literfraternily Council Wednesday night
Rule number one of the 1958-59 rush rule states:.
Xa one who was la the k-wer one fourth of his high
I school graduating class may
be eli;ibJe for pledging antu
second semester and then only
if he made a four average or
In addition to this change
, the rush pules passed Wednes
J day night call for nine one
: half hour open houses instead
of eight as in previous years,
jj Stay On Torches
Another new addition to the
Final plans for the race that rules states that during the
will determine the queen of open house period on Satur
the IFC ball were announced day when men are coining
Wednesday night. ',
The c h a r i o t competition Ji Com ments. 14 j
which will be held on the foot-' ' ,
ball practice field behind the r ., ,, . , .
coliseum, will begin sharply f ! ,htf the house;
3-30 ,of their choice ro irater-,
," .... . nitv members mav leave the j
.vW U 'Jl Irch of his mpedivThons-.'
three heats tflh wn te ,1 ,
in each heaL The best lime. V i
wins and the driver of tne , , . mi - 1
winning chariot becomes' plf.!,r- 1IV r'
r .k iiv nvii The Interfralermiv louncJ
queen of the IFC Ball. explamin? lheir ' cUon eli.
Drawing for starting posi- minaJiT5? ,ow:er quarti3e rled,. ;
" IS? r. i . t. s'ated that one of the
The IFC Ball, held at Turn- raain ftbjUves f a fratern.;
EaTphSn g -fhoP g
Council ' Elects Rogge President
Gary Frenzel Named
First Vice President
' : : - 1
I ii 'k . t. : f Jil V I
Tribunal Jrtdiciarv Now Official '
Cmntfy Limvim Star
Taking the oath of office are the new
student judges of the Student Tribunal.
With the swearing in of judges, the Stu
dent Tribunal officially came into being
Wednesday. From left are Judith Truell.
Teachers, Lyle Hansen, Business Admin
istration, Frank Wells. Medicine, Donald
Iburg, Business Administration, Joe Bald
win, Law, Gary Rodgers. Business Ad
ministration and John Kinnier, Engineering.
Dwaine Rogge, junior in Engineering and Architectura,
was elected president of student council by the outgolnj
members at the regular council meeting Wednesday.
Gary Frenzel was elected first vice-president and Don
Shick was elected second vice president in charge of elec
tions. Mary McKnight and Tom "fr
Smith were chosen to be hold j
over members. ; C T) I
Other Officers Ol lKUlCS
Other council officers will
be ele c t e d
from the new
Wednesd a y.
icers are cor-
respond i n g
j cording sec
; treasurer. .
! The next
step in that direction.
The only objections to the ;
For Two Awards
A write-in candidate is not
legal under the student coun
cil constitution, said John Kin
nier. of the judiciary com
,bei picnic for old and new concerning an official letter
.aa ai Ameiope rarK Kinn er said th wtiu va.
j valid because he did not re-
1 "" I I
ceive a formal protest within
editor of Blue
president of Sigma Tau and
According to Roger Rankin,
social chairman of the IFC.
tickets will only be made
fraternities because of space ncen the problem J
limitations at Turnoike. I "Bg " smaller! VAtintin f.w "Oirtstand- - the Dafly Nebraskaa. B o t h i Lambert. Bffl Glassford.
In addition to the chariot boses. . s xhr,n awards mav mea aad women may be nm-G. G. Gustafson.
SSSSvSSr. E rtF& lAr minJlK P-t of Delta Upsi-
boas should send their tall- jf toflr caliber mea woald eoraswa- ctl tions is Tuesdav noon, MavfKatske Wishnow, John Gour-j hnzel is . iunior m E council by Dick Shngrue after
rf ,ta eKrtAct mTi tA th that these few men concerned One senior or graduate stn-?"" " . . Tnm vt rs vAvab r'5nzei junior in tno- . Mj, j.i5j...j
Satsr Haroand or m would pay. dent and one faculty member ZZ 7
IWS Has granted 2:00 hours j The measUre passed with will be selected for the semi- Jdt iTali lEldon Park. I,n NoW
Friday because of the ban. only one dissenung vote. ; annual award prrsentea BJjmade that noon at the Daav Raun and Mrs. Ernest
Xebraskan luncheon. llerbst. .
at the swings, according to:
neien ijouriay. past nresi-u. . v
ent - ; a Hour uer uie election.
Roge ; He did receive a letter indi-
Rogge is president of Inno-i "g."iat a Prolest vould
cents, past student council! , even
treasurer, a member of the Protest s
fP" R?y .c 0 m m 1 1 1 e e-1 Kinder explained that the
ASCE, Engineering Execu-s letter objected to the invali
uve Board, assistant codv rfatina f haTuts -!,,..
tnnu Vicejfainpd the namw nf vrriia In
The letter w as seat to the
Disney, Ions Enter Levitt Talk
a member of Engineering Ex- j The committee that counted
ecutive Board and a member the ballots decided it was the
Von Braun Lauded,
By Dick Jangrae
Dr. I. M. Levin, a small
man with tremendous ideas
about America's future in
space science, sat in the Fac
Blty Lounge of the Union
Thursday and diseased every
thing from Walt Disney to
"km"' power with a handful
Levitt the director of Phil
adelphia's Fels Planeterium,
had spoken to an AH-Univer-sity
morning and had lunched with
University officials and rep
resentatives of local newspa
pers at noon.
In his 2 p.m. session, Le
vitt opened up on the distri
bution of federal scholarships
ta college students saying,
;Ye have plenty of scholar
ships available to college stu
dents. Wbere the money
should go is to the .high
schools to develop the inter
est in science. After aU." be
added, "that is where inter
est in science should be culti
vated. Walt. Disney crept into the
fficture" when the baldin? sci
entist who is an auinoray on
i-mm nr. W3 sm im
Nomiaating Setup t
' Letters of nomination should '
J be turned in to the Daily .e- i
j braskan office. Room 20, of
the Union. Any student or fac-! I rrrioiii
ulty member may nominate a a
canoioaue. - - r
Cranev Laedi Star
SPACEAUX ARRT"ES Dr. L M. Levitt is greeted as he
arrives at the Lincoln Municipal Airport by Dr. John Rob
erts, left, chairman of the University Convocations commit
tee and Brent Chambers, riit, chairman of the Union
Convocations committee. Dr. Levitt spoke at an all Uni
versity convocation Thursday on space travel and satel
Letters must be submitted A UllflllllPPf I
writing and signed by the xllilvl HIlv, vAI
of Alpha Tau Omega
s Schick is a junior in Agri
. .culture on AUF board, Build
i iers board, a member of Stu
dent Union, Corncobs, Alpha
Zeta and Farmhouse.
-Smith is a past member of
. RAM Council, ASME and Pi
person making the nomina
tion. Names will be held con-1
fidential. The letters of nom-
erty of the Daily Xebraskan One of the most extensive
and any or all parts may be Journalism Week programs in
printed in the newspaper. ;the nation will be held next
Ta be eligible for the award k at the University, said
a stadeaf or faculrv member Pr- WiUiam Hall head of the
must have made out sUnding"."01 ot Journahsni.
contribution! U the Universi-i fte attempted to
wmDtinNi;bt nalists m the country.
twa rears as a staff
president of XUCWA. on AIT( sliUnion
Board. KXUS and -ie nrvsi-i
"only fair and reasonable
thing to do" Kinnier said.
There is a set filing pro
cedure to check eligibility of
the candidates and eac& col
lege has a specified number
! of j-epreseutatives. Therefore
a wTite in candidate is not
: legal under the council con-
" Kinnier said.
dent of Delta Gamma.
nalists in the country." Dr.: uuoious Donors went to two
i Hail Miit " professors Wednesday nisht
mem't The week will be highlight- at the annual junior-senior
Art hv fnnr nationallv known ' Mechanical Engineers ban-
Candidates for the award newsmen for speakers. , quet.
may not be a paid staff mem- j William Law rence, political Taken into the Roval Order
, oer oi ir;e uauy Aeorassan. ; wnter for the .New York i tne oolden enickens was i
' Roberts Rules of Order and
, the laws of the state and na
tion have no bearing on this
: election whatsoever, accord
! ing to Kinnier.
Another reason given for in
i validating the ballots was that
I a ballot marked with a write
in, name, would, give, the
i checked name on the ballot
j two votes because the write-in
name did not count, Kennler
j Article IV, Section 2.m. of
j the Council constitution states
1 . w-
r-iecuon complaints or re-
Past XebraskaBS Times and former Nebraska jlmn Keis. associate profes-. "" T,
Blrbara Sharp, senior in spaperman. will head the !; riSffAltaJtS
Arts and Sciencs! and Duane : . 2 mdS 15 !of e StnS aSSfSZ
u rtri h in iw nrini'itmi 1 1 if 11 r . v u n v ni i in .f zm .
Levitt Sees Civilization
On Moon By 2000 AD
Lake, managing director
the Union, were chosen
Outstanding Xebraskans last
1 seines, icr.
0f UnpaWpr at a tctimnnial rfin-i hnmnrniH! tvl- af an intnii-. 24 hoS Of the announcement
as - 1 .v., i. i 1 - i of the election results in the
- 1 a
LawTence. Lincoln Star, And to William FovwcII.
ot Lff oam .convocation. jof the Order of the Golden
IJSJboL 't.L3Z Perform Toni-ht
It will not be untilthe jcarllile will be circling the sky i president of YWCA. ind a ; "i 1 .H Ml4nOK a
2m that man will faintly es- tatog pictures of entire conti- member of Theta Sigma Phi.,fessional ioumalistic frater-j TCT ,ZZZZfiZ nVJi
p.m. m the Un-
will be established
1 Oil UlUH'i um.b
, . - . , . s
a great scienusi orcauw; nc
wishes to educate the people
reearcJng space and s p a c e ,lfw&n, ??ms aio"s " ra which win provide the sciep
traveL" Levitt said. the past la years and nuclear fiEest physical
,t.im ti nniT few,fcClsulu,',"''.ai"i'. ' laboratory man has ever
u"..rTC. 1iu. ,; uia tne time scale may. oe . ,
on the nents ad relaying the pic- journalism honorary and Al-;. o'bZuX
. 1 n',. I'.';"', ,,r pi!f eila' "-esnman commentator for the Amen1dent members of the Uni-jion by the department of mu-
Performing in the program
Real Aw ards 1 will be the following faculty
Wallace Adam was awarded ; members, all pianists: Har-
flight uito space wiU be com- innocents Societv Hehasbeen The journalism activities iV" , ie mfm!XT- )c ut. uuii J?
Dieted and the re-enlrv nrob-: Jn atcJ T i w ihV professional chap-lfessor of music; Audun Rav-
;pieu?a ana me re-emrj proo-; Wll, the tmon since 1947. He also include a tra elmg photo ; crr ui 1,, Irn ndunt t,rnfcvt. r
t rf- 1 . - 1 - H-1 VI AdUi. JUU1UUWU HCIC i j v.v. v&
tablish a civilization
n,;r h;... m-A rr mand. bv ia& an animal sat-j ci-.hi aci i hmunrv ih ie r,.-; - . unn . . r .
s-Dace travel was asked what T ...... ',.; 4fJellite will po aloft: th s one Uc nnMt f t; u- fiiersi,y chapter 01 AMli. were,
he thought of America s roc-, an aII Universilv invocation. iU bnng the animal back." xi Delta. -of Fairchild Publications and !
riHM, " was contained in a complete! jubii ruSi Mr. Lake was recently chos- Leonard Rhode, editor of
in ot ni senes on spa t:mMabie for the conquest of 1 .He said by 1953 manned en an honorary member of Public Senice magazine.
travel presto 1. j ure lUgnt into space WIU oe Com-'innnCArirtv HhattMn The lonrnalism activities! ,T - .r !
cry te'evisioa show. ' . ..
kmm Jaf wifi t rn . a- r i lAm CAirjl . . - . 1 f' U t 1
"R; Tra a fmif cna 5.ea?" MpT" ?enNf":.. to LeRoy Krzjcki music; Jack Crossan, assist-
..7' . VT nZr:-" oi me Association 01 couege.f" uU:u w yur and James Weaver, who 'ant professor of music and
Howver. he "admitted, "if
. 1 . 1 1 : ..i uv '
. liie ieciuiwugjvu u 1 c a - 4 gtation
tarouen come a tons as ra
Other Awards ij !.. M t- i rerional technical naoer com
Past Outstanding Xe-uu,rr,r anrf riifiratM nf Petition of the. ASME this
i .1 4. -"-"' i mnrfifn - . uiuiu iuliuuc. iav.uui. vi.imont i""s-
scienusis nave ujc uuii.v iu fW,siderabiv cneeded ud." in .ir RAi.rn rr r,ri' ,ir . . v. nintnn Kninifler was nre-: Suite for Piano Recreation."
j; r 4Viar ficirfc m irm; i ' ! ft uri nine niu tuic a . - . . iiuier evenis will ue mill- i -r r-- -. - '
n4. f. ....a'aX "Dr. Levitt said he believed j riiul in which Goord. Dr. Arthur Westbrook.1afmn ht nr mmivrc of sio. seated a national award
nr von Braun is one of bv thf end of this 3far there Validate aar technological j Emanuel Wishnow. Donald. 01-! ma Delta Chi, and Kappa j h,s ""ice to the ASME.
ihf c:ted scientists who'm 11 u 15 Russian and! gains and finallv bv the year j sen, CoL C. J. Frankfurter 'Tau Alpha, academic frater-j Special recognition was
oTmes down to the level the American satellites ia tht: man will take off for j Dr. George Rosenlof, Rex nity, panel discussions, and . given by students and faculty
j sky. j the moon to establish a civil- Knowles, Mrs. Charles Peder- announcements of journalism " members to ProL A. A. Luebs,
Continued on Page 4 j By 1960. a television satel- j izatioa there." son. Miss Mary Mielenz, W. V. i scholarship winners. iho w ill retire this spring.
j Unions from 1950 until 1954. dairy newspapers and a ban-, th4,jJIrs. Janc Thompson, instruc-
ni oi or nni.n u . i ! na airarn. i
The program includes: "Pi-
jano Sonata Passacaglia,"
Suite for Piano R
for! "Piano Sonata Xo. 3," "Piano
'Variations 1946" and "Three
Robert Beadefl, assistant
professor of music, will ba tht
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