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Vol. 32, No. HO
Lincoln, Nebraska
Tuesday, May 13, 1958
Best In Radio-TV
Shown By KUON
'Yesterday Tops Shows;
Slotc, Meeske Feted
"Yesterday in Nebraska"
Best Show of the Year at
wards presented for the first time over the University
educational television station, KUON-TV.
The broadcast, "Campus
Courtesy Journal and Star
MISS jsiote
"Campus Close-Up", the
special hour-long spectacular
presented on KUON-TV Fri
day night, was termed "a suc
cess from all aspects" by Lee
Rockwell, the show's pro
ducer. The telecast, produced by
Alpha Epsilon Rho, national-radio-television
honorary, fea
tured campus talent and also
the presentation of annual
AER awards to faculty and
students for outstanding serv
ice and performances in cam
pus radio and TV.
Rockwell, president of the
University's AER chapter,
said "the show offered stu
dents the opportunity to work
on a television show of a cali
ber very seldom seen on a
local level."
He added, "We hope to
make this show an annual
More than a month of work
went into the preparations for
this undertaking, according
to Rockwell, and all members
of AER had a hand in its
Talent featured on "Cam
pus Close-Up" included The
Coeds, girls vocal trio; Jan
Hawley, operatic soprano;
Tom Gensler, dramatic read
ing and Mike Breiner, folk
The production staff for the
show consisted of:
Rockwell, producer and em
cee; John Stueber, an
nouncer; Don Burgess and
Dick Janowski, cameramen;
Bill Raecke, floor manager;
Phyllis Bonner, assistant floor
manager; Bill Cooper, boom
operator; Steve Brown and
Milan Meeske, audio opera
tors ; Jerry Brownfield,
switcher and Bob Wirz and
Ken Kopta, floor men.
Ron Hull, production man
ager of KUON-TV, directed
the show and Phyllis Bonner
wrote the script. Other cred
its went to Jerry Brownfield,
film director; Lee "McCoy,
film editor; Jim Cantrell, set
designer and Bill Raecke, mu
sic director.
SDX, Theta Sigs
Open Luncheon
Fifty tickets are still
available for the Friday
luncheon featuring New
York Times writer William
Lawrence, according to Dr.
William E. Hall, director
ef the school of Journalism.
Problems of a foreign
correspondent will be Law- !
rence's subject.
The luncheon, part of
Journalism Week activities,
Is open to students and fac
ulty and is not limited to
the School of Journalism.
Sponsored by Sigma Del
ta Chi and Theta Sigma'
Phi, the luncheon will be
held In Parlors X, Y and Z
Union at noon Friday. -Tickets
are on sale for $1.40
at the school of Journalism,
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was named the University's
the annual radio and television
Closeup," was presented Fri-
day evening.
"Yesterday in Nebraska",
a children's series sponsored
by the Nebraska Historical
Society, has been presented
each Thursday on KUON-TV,
Channel 12.
Poet Honored
Bernice Slote, associate
professor of English, received
the Adult Talent award. She
is a member of the Poetry
Trio which presents a weekly
series, "Conservation Piece."
The N o r r i s Heineman
award, a $50 scholarship, was
presented to Milan Meeske.
Associate memberships in
Alpha Epsilon Rho, national
radio and television honorary,
were awarded to Ronald Hull
producer-director of KUON-
TV; Donald Russell, assieiate
professor of speech and radio-television
and Gerald
LeRoy Rockwell, president
of Alpha Epsilon Rho, pre
sented awards to Phillip Nel
son, camera operator; Ann
Meyer, switcher; Thomas
Brozek, audio; John Stueber,
announcer; Pat Prouty, gen
eral service; William Rae
cke, floor manager and
William Cooper, boom opera
tor. All are students in radio-
Radio Awards
Radio awards were pre
sented to students Beth
Toomey, best writer; Charles
Patrick, producer-director
-and outstanding1 senior:
Steven Brown, staff announc
er; Stephen Greenberg,
sports announcer; Milan
Meeske, most promising new
student and Dixie Helms,
Still Open
Nominations for "Outstand
ing Nebraskan" awards may
now be submitted to the Daily
One senior or graduate stu
dent and one faculty member
will be selected for the
awards presented by the
Daily Nebraskan each semes
ter. Both women and men
may be nominated.
Deadline for nominations is
Tuesday noon, May 20. Win
ners will be announced in the
May 23 issue of the paper and
awards will be made that
noon at the Daily Nebraskan
Letters of nomination should
be turned into the Daily Ne
braskan office, Union 20. Any
student or faculty member
may nominate a candidate.
Letters must be submitted
in writing and signed by the
person making the nomina
tion. Names will be held in
confidence. The letters of
nomination will become the
property of the Daily Nebras
kan and any or all parts may
be printed in the newspaper.
To be eligible for the award,
a student or faculty member
must have made outstanding
contributions to the Univer
sity. In addition, a faculty
member must have served at
least two years as a staff
Sigma Xi
The Sigma Xi initiation
dinner will be held tonight
at 6:15 p.m. in the Union
The banquet is an annual
affair for undergraduates,
graduate students and fac
ulty members nominated for
associate membership in the
national scholastic honorary
society for the sciences.
Dr. E. F. Frollk, immed
iate past president of Sigma
Xi, will speak on the topic,
"Publically supported agri
cultural Research in Nebras
ka." Students nominated last
fall and this spring for mem
bership in Sigma Xi will be
I l t V A.
Courtesy Journal and Star
Foltz Conducts NU Finale
Dr. David Foltz conducts his last major performance
at the University, "Dream of Gerontius." Dr. Foltz, chair
man of the music department, leaves this year to assume
duties at the Wichita School of Music. Rated as a "mag
nificent performance," the "Dream of Gerontius" drew a
huge crowd to the Coliseum Sunday as the 500-voice chorus
and University orchestra joined with three veteran soloists
under Foltz' direction.
Art, Panel, Section Heads
Added To Cornhusker Staff
Broadhurst To Fill Paying Art Position,
Sixteen Charged With Editing Sections
The 1959 Cornhusker art ed-1 will be in charge of the en-
itor, panel editors and section
editors were named Monday,
according to Sharon McDon
They were selected by the
paid staff following inter
views last week.
Kent Broadhurst, Phi Kap
pa Psi, was named art editor.
The art editor holds a paid
Sharon Smith, Kappa Alpha
Theta, is the newly appointed
panel editor. Suzy Sick el,
Kappa Kappa Camma, is the
assistant panel editor.
Section Heads
Tom Frolik, Beta Theta Pi,
will be the sports section edi
tor. Men's houses, halls and in-
tramurals will be edited by
Paul Thomas, Sigma Nu.
Fraternities will be under
the direction of Larry Novicki,
Delta Upsilon. Barbara Bark
er, Alpha Phi, will handle so
The military section will be
headed by Dick Masters, Kap
pa Sigma.
Roger Evans, -Sigma Chi,
Ulilking Melee
Dairy Maids
In Aggie Royal Contest
Sixteen University co-eds
will vie in a cow milking con
test during the Aggie Royal
and Rodeo this week on Ag
Each organized sorority
house or womens residence
hall is eligible for one entry
in the competition as part of
the Dairy Royal slated for
Wednesday evening.
The co-eds will milk cows
from the University Herd. The
winner will be the contestant
getting the largest amount of
milk, by weight, into a pail
in two minutes.
A traveling trophy will be
presented to the winner and
will remain in the house or
residence hall of which the
winner is a member for one
Contestants are: D e n a
Locke, Sigma Delta Tau, Lu
cille Hoppel, Terrace Hall,
Mary Rothell, Women's Resi
dence Halls, Kathryn Stute,
Love Hall, Soni Martin,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Joan
Rinne, Delta Gamma, Jane
Luchsinger, Alpha Chi Omega,
Julie Bowers, Kappa Kappa
Gamma,- Terre Tetro, Chi
Omega, Gloria Tietjen, Sigma
Out Wednesday
Larry Schrag, 1859 Corn
husker business manager,
has announced that the
Cornhuskers will be out
Wednesday. They may be
picked np In the basement
of the Union.
The yearbooks will also
be available May 14-16 and
gineering section
Activities will be headed by
Diane Rainey, Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Sue Hubka, Kap -
pa Alpha Theta.
Marilyn curuce wm De in
charge of student scenes.
College Sections
Nursing, Med School and
Dental College will be cov
ered by Sue Healy, Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
"Skip" Harris, Pi Beta Phi,
will be in charge of the fine
arts section.
Teachers, Business Admin
istration and Pharmncy will
be under Mary Lou Reese,
Delta Gamma.
Women's Halls, houses and
intramurals will be handled
by Linda Rohwedder, Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Mary Lu Keil, Alpha Chi
Omega, will be student gov
ernment section head.
Donnette Keys, Gamma Phi
Beta, will edit the Arts and
Sciences and Journalism sec
Royalty will be under the
direction of Judy Lang, Alpha
Will Compete
Kappa, Marcia Ray, Alpha
Phi, Sharon Baughman, Kap
pa Delta, Mary Ann Lemon,
Dedde Hall, Nancy Todd, Pi
Beta Phi, Eileen Hanson, Del
ta Delta Delta, and Joan
Graf, Zeta Tau Alpha.
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Five University co-eds have emerged
.as finalists for the title of Dairy Royal
Queen in connection with the annual Dairy
Royal at the College of Agriculture. The
winner will be revealed Wednesday eve
ning. The Dairy Royal, one of several tra
ditional students events on Ag Campus,
combined this year for the first time into
the Aggw Royal and Rodeo. Pictured with
a docile Jersey cow from the University
Brooks Nips Dosek
In Close Race
Anderson Sweeps GOP Ballot
hi Campus Mock Primary
Ralph Brooks edged two votes ahead of Edward Dosek to take the Democratic Party
nomination for governor in the University Mock primary sponsored yesterday by the Uni
versity Young Republicans.
Brooks polled 59 votes and Dosek 57. There were many write-ins.
On the Republican side of the ledger, incumbent Victor Anderson led the gubernatorial
race with 203 votes to 68 for Louis Hector.
Incumbent Dwight Burney!
was defeated by Marvin Gris-
Courtesy Journal an Star
Brooks Dosek
wold for the Republican nom
ination for Lieutenant Gov
ernor 157 to 117.
Democrat Frank Morrison
polled 82
votes to face
the unop-
J posed incum- I-"
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in usiva i u i j
j the U.S. Sen- J
; ue.
j Democr a t
I Richard Lar-
: son polled six
Journal and Star
for State
j votes over
i cand i d a t e
i Walter Jensen
j treasurer.
In another close Democrat
ic race, 83-year-old J. C. Mc
Reynolds wh'nped Neil Nelson
79 to 35.
The electio. field at f o u r
polling places, was under the
Courtesy Journal and Star
Griswold Anderson
auspices of the Student Coun
cil. Dr. Phillip McVey, profes
sor of Business Administra
tion oversaw the election tab
ulation. Dr. McVey noted that many
of the ballots had to be dis
qualified because of improper
balloting procedure.
He said many of the s t u
dents put "checks" instead of
"X's" and that marks
extended, outside the squares
in many cases.
Also he said many of the
write-in voters failed to mark
the square with an "X"' be
fore the line, thus disquali
fing the ballot. Over 35 write
in votes were registered.
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Complete Results are:
National Ticket
U.S. Senator
Roman Hruska 263
State Ticket
Victor Anderson 203
Louis Hector 68
Lieutenant Governor
Marvin Griswold 157
Dwight Burney 117
Secretary of State
Frank Marsh 161
John Swanson 99
Auditor of Public Accounts
Ray Johnson 266
State Treasurer
J. Monroe Bixler .95
Richard Hill
Lew Swanson 36
R. W. Johnson 33
Attorney General
Garence Beck 269
Railway Commissioner
Marilyn Stroman 56
George McKnight 46
Fred Sorensen 39
Joseph Brown 26
George Sidel 21
Charles Vogt, Jr 18
Carl Peterson 18
Hilding Johnson 17
Victor Johnson 10
Harry Schmidt 10
Theodore Crawford 8
Congressional Ticket
First District
Phil Weaver 144
Carl Deitemeyer 113
Eugene Cottier 7
Second District
Gleim Cunningham 222
John Dalton 39
Third District
R. D. Harrison 153
Merle Haynes , 62
Nebraska Voters Plagued
With Apathy, Friendliness
"Nobody's mad at any
Frank Marsh, secretary of
state, had this to say about
the state primary election to
day. Marsh, who over the
weekend had predicted a turn
out of some 180,000 at the
polls today, said yesterday he
was now expecting an even
lighter turnout.
"A terrific apathy and lack
of interest coupled with wet
weather which has slewed
farmers down, and the recent
upturn in economic condi
tions" will decrease the num
ber of votes cast, Marsh
In the last off -presidential
year primary, 250,000 votes
were cast Marsh said. Lack
of any issues will seriously
herd are: Priscilla Eckrich, Kappa Kappa
Gamma sophomore, Mary Anderson, Chi
Omega junior, Jacquelyn Beard, Alpha Xi
Delta freshman, Angie Holbert, Delta
Gamma sophomore. Not pictured is final
ist Jolaine Loseke, Alpha Chi Omega soph,
omore. Finalists were selected by the
Dairy Club. The Dairy Queen will be chos
en by the audience attending the Dairy
Herman Christensen .... 47
Fourt District
A. L. Miller 158
Ralph Mead 85
Kenneth Gotobed 21
Total Repnbl'can Votes . . .301
National Ticket
U.S. Senator
Frank Morrison 82
Eugene O'Sullivan 33
Mike Kracher 7
State Ticket
Ralph Brooks 59
Edward Dosek 57
Lieutenant Governor
Frank Sorrell 78
William Jurgensen 25
Earl Baker 14
Secretary of State
Leonard Foster 104
Auditor of Public Accounts
J. R. Kelly 109
State Treasurer
Richard Larsen 60
Walter Jensen 54
Attorney General
William Grubbs 110
Railway Commissioner
J. C. McReynolds 79
Neil Nelson 35
Congressional Ticket
First District
Clair Callan 53
Samuel Freeman 46
L. K. Cramb 12
Second District
Francis Casey 82
John Salistean 25
Third District
Lawrence Brock 64
Bert Evans 25
Ernest Luther 19
Fourth District
Donald McGinley 105
Total Democratic votes . . .123
reduce this number, he said.
Candidates vying for their
party's nomination are:
United States senator: Ro
man Hruska, (R), Mike
Kracher, Eugene O'Sullivan
and Frank Morrison, (D)
Governor: Louis Hector and
Victor Anderson (R) and Ed
ward Dosek and Ralph Brooks
Lieutenant Governor:
Dwight Burney and Marvin
Griswold (R) and Earl Bak
er, Frank Sorrell and Wil
liam Jurgensen, (D
Secretary of state: Frank
Marsh and John Swanson, (R)
and Leonard Foster (D)
Auditor of public accounts:
Ray Johnson, (R) and J. R.
Kelly, (D)
Attorney General: Clarence
Beck (R) and William Grubbs,
State Treasurer: J. Monroe
Bixler, Marvin Peterson, R.
W. Johnson, Leo Swanson and
Richard Hill, (R) and Rich
ard Larsen and Walter Jen
sen, D).
. Railway Commissioner: Ha
ding Johnson, Joseph Brown,
Fred Sorensen, George Mc
Knight Charles Vogt. Jr..
Victor Johnson, George S p i-
del, Theodore Crawford, Carl
Peterson, Harry Schmidt and
Marilyn Stroman, (R) and"
Niel Nelson and J. C Mc Rey
nolds, (D)
Representative in Congress,
1st District: Phil Weaver,
Carl Deitemeyer and Eugene
Cottier, (R) and Samuel Free
man, Clair Callanand L. K.
Cramb, (D)
Representative of Congress,
2nd Congress: Glenn Cun
ningham and John Dalton,
(R) and John Salistean and
Francis Casey, d).
Representative of Congress:
3rd District: Lawrence Brock,
Bert Evans and Ernest Luth
er, (D) and Marie Haynes, R,
D. Harrison and Herman
Christensen, (R).
Representative of Congress,
4th District: Ralph Mead,
Kenneth Gotobed and A. L.
Miller, (R) and Donald Mc
Ginley, (D)