The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 19, 1958, Image 1

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    Youlliful Politicians
High Schoolers
Taste Governing
High School juniors from
all over Nebraska converged
on the University campus
Sunday for Cornhusker Girls'
and Boys' State.
Three hundred girls regis
tered for Girls' State, toys'
State attracted 324.
Groups met throughout the
week, holding conventions,
primary and general elections,
and put state government in
to action by experiencing it
Two Parties
Monday the Girls' State
delegates divided into 2
groups, the National and Fed
eral parties, registered for of
fices, and held their primary
Following the general elec
tion Tuesday, the winners took
part in inaugural ceremonies
and assnmed their offices in
the Capitol:
Girls who were not victori
ous in winning state offices in
the general election received
appointive offices Wednesday.
Thursday evening, the girls
will be honored at s banquet
in the Student Union B a 1 1
room, following a tour of Mor
rill Hall and the Nebraska
Cost Added
A charge of $15.00 for pre
college counseling service to
Nebraska high school s t u -dents,
is not intended to dis
courage prospective Univer
sity students, Lee W. Chat
field, Director of the Junior
Division, said.
The Board of Regents ap
proved on June 7 a Univer
sity Counseling Service pro
posal containing this feature.
Chatfield said that this fig
ure was arrived at with the
percentage of counseling cost
as it relates to tuition. Chat-
field drew up the proposal
along with Clayton d'A. Ger
ken. Director of Counseling.
Chatfield said that up till
this time the University Coun
seling Service had performed
this function as sort of a
state agency" without bene
fit of state aid.
The service had been fur
nished at no charge. Student
counseling service for Univer
sity students will continue to
be given this way.
In counseling Nebraska high
school students, Chatfield said
that the Counseling Service
hoped to help eliminate schol
astic deficiencies of high
school students before their
entry in college.
'Forbidden Film
"Forbidden Planet" is the
movie billed for Sunday night
in the Union Ballroom. The
showing gets underway at
7:30 p.m. with "Tweety's Cir
cus," a cartoon.
Historical Society.
Girls' and Boys' State will
end Friday, highlighted by a
dance in the Student Union.
"Girls' State has been a
wonderful experience," said
Judy Domingo of Weeping Wa
ter. "I wish it were possible
for every girl to experience
Cornhusker Boys' and Girls'
State is sponsored by the Ne
braska American Legion and
the American Legion Auxiliary.
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Henzlik at a banquet honoring the retiring
head of Teachers College are '(from left)
Dean Henzlik, Dr. Earl Henzlik, and the
Pre-Fab Registration
Faces Fall Tryout
The University of Nebraska
has laid the foundation for a
plan that they hope eventual
ly will eliminate the woes of
Mastermind of the plan
which will face its first test
with the new crop of fresh
men entering the University
this fall is Lee W. Chatfield,
director of the Junior Divi
sion. The plan is known as pre
package registration, or the
completion of . registration
for freshmen before they ar
rive at the University In the
fall. It is Chatfield's hope in
the future to be able to pre
package three out of four
freshmen entering the U n i
versity. If the plan works, we will
eventually be able to reduce
new student week from a full
week to two days, he says.
"Thus, we'll be able to com
bine New Student Week and
fraternity and sorority Rush
week into one calendar
The fresbmaa pre-packaging
plan will get under way with ;
the official Admission of the
Lincoln, Nebraska
To Missing
An all-Stater who couldn't
make it this year will be rec
ognized at the All-State band
and chorus concert June 25
in the Union Ballroom.
new dean of
. Beggs. Over.
new student by the Office of
the Registrar.
With the information from
a form filled out by freshman
and the results of placement
tests taken during the sum
mer, the Junior Division will
send a packet to the new
student. Included in the pack
et will be the college bulletin
of his choice, an information
and preference sheet, a des
cription of social studies for
choice by the student, a sheet
explaining how to remove de
ficiences; Reserve Officer
Training Corps and physical
education requirements; and
a glossary of terms.
When the student has re
turned his preference sheet
with the choices of courses
checked, the Junior Division
and Office of the Registrar
will pull as many cards as
possible for the student. Some
students may be completely
registered when they arrive
for New Student Week, Chat
field indicates.
The success of the venture
will depend upon the assump
tion that the new student will
read and study the informa
tion, Chauield says.
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The concert is being dedi
cated to Jerry Sherwood, who
was shot fatally last month
in Albion. Sherwood, who had
registered for this year's ses-
Teachers College, Dr. Walter
350 . educators from . several .
states attended the banquet sponsored by
the Nebraska Cooperative School Study
Degree Applieants
Candidates for degrees
or teaching certificates
must apply at the office of
the registrar by June 24.
Office hours are 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
Thespians Sought
For Outdoor Show
Students and Lincolnites
alike have been invited to try
out for the University's sum
mer theater production,
"Charley's Aunt."
The play, to be presented
in Pinewood Bowl, Lincoln's
outdoor amphitheater, July
26 and 27, netted author Bran
don Thomas a million dollars
in royalties.
Tryouts for the production
will be June 23 and 24 be
tween 7:30 and 10:00 p.m. in
Howell Theater in Temple
Building. Harry Stiver, direc
tor, said there are 10 princi
pal parts, six male and four
Persons interested in -production
work, including scen
ery, lights and costuming,
should come to one of the try
out periods or contact Dr.
Charles Lown of University
Theater. Anyone unable to at
tend the tryout sessions
i should contact him by the
JUNE 19, 1958
sioh, had been an ac
tive member of All-State threo
The All-State chorus, direct
ed by Dr. David Foltz, has
an added attraction in t h e
form of Leon Lishner, asso
ciate professor of voice, who
will sing a few selections.
The band will be under the
direction of Jack Snider with
two All-State counselors, Jer
ry Coleman and Phil Coffman,
guest - direction some selec
tions. "Oklahoma," directed by
Miss Marge Smith, vocal mu
sic instructor from C ou n c i I -Bluffs,
debuts Jane 27 at 7:30
p.m. The cast includes Ce
celia Arbuthnot, Richard Ny
gren, Cheryl Jecke, Steve
Ellerburg, Ray Wojtacek, Jer
ry Tncker, Barbara Bell and
Gayle Carman.
Climaxing three weeks of
educational activities and fun
will be the final performances
of the various sections of the
fine arts courses.
A S Play
The All-State play will be
performed 7:30 p.m. June 26.
June 27 a debate w-ill be held
in the Union at 10 a.m.
KOLN-TV will televise the
All-State play 5 p.m. June
27. At 7:30 p.m. that same
day the drama studen's will
give their play in Howell
Final rehearsal will be held
June 29 on the stadium steps.
At 5 p.m. the final banquet
will be held and the final con
cert will be played on the sta
dium steps at 7:30 p.m.
24th. Stiver said.
Rehearsals will not be
gin until the first of July and
will be mostly in the evening.
Stiver said.
"Charley's Aunt" is an un
usual theater opportunity be
cause this type of drama is
very rare" and will offer a very
unique theater experience for
those who participate," Sti
ver said.
The plot centers around two
Oxford students who are ex
pecting Charley's aunt to
chaperone a luncheon to which
they have invited two young
ladies. When Charley's aunt
never arrives, the plot takes
one unusual twist after anoth
er. "Charley's Aunt" has been
translated and performed in
practically every known lan
guage and is in itself consid
ered a classic. It is consid
ered one of the finest exam
ples of the farce.