The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 31, 1958, Page Page 4, Image 4
Page 4 The Doily Nebroskon Friday, October 31, 1958 All University Program To Boast Sen. Douglas Newsmen to Interview Democrat Sen. Paul Douglas, Demo crat from Illinois, and three top Washington news corre spondents will be featured in the year's first All University Convocation. The "Break the News" pan el will be held Monday. Nov. 10, in the Coliseum. Classes will be dismissed for the 11 a.m. program which will be open to the public without ad mission charges. Sen. Douclas will be aues tloned by newsmen on current national and International at fairs. The panel will then be open to questions from the audience. Newsmen appearing on the unrehearsed program will in elude Kenneth Crawford, Newsweek bureau chief and senior editor for National Af fairs; Neal Stanford, ChriS' tian Science Monitor bureau chief and national columnist; and John Metcalf, editor of "Background," Washington newsletter on world and na tional affairs. Metcalf will moderate. Typical News Conference "The newsmen will go after their story just as they wo'jld in White House or State De partment news conference,'1 said Dorothy Hall, student chairman of the convocation. The University presentation will be the first of four stops Custom Revived The Sig Eps will revive a latent tradition Saturday with a breakfast-dance at the Sig Ep house. Duke Coonrad and his combo will play at the 7 10 a.m. eye-opener. The dance will be open to the campus. SAM'S Tailors & Weavers Alterations Repairing Laundry Pre While-U-Wor? Ona Day Cleaning Service 24JH. 13th 200 Ft.N.of Y.M.C.A. Phone 5-9223 to be made by the panel dur ing their one-week tour. The convocation is sponsored by the University Convocations Committee and the Union Talks and Topics Committee. Sen. Douglas will be in the Union ballroom at 2:30 p.m. Monday for informal ques tioning. Journalism classes will hear Stanford in the after noon. Serving Second Term Re-elected in 1954, Sen. Douglas is serving his second term in the U.S. Senate. He has been active on the Bank ing and Currency Committee and the Labor and Public Welfare Committee. The author of several books on economics, the senator was awarded a $5,000 prize in in ternational competition for his book, "The Theory of Wages." He was named to the presi dency of the American Eco nomic Association in 1947. J f f '-- if Sen. Douglas Annual Crowd Expected Above 30,000 to View Displays Friday Eve Approximately 30,000 p e r sons are expected to view the campus Homecoming dis plays tonight. The displays must be oper ating by 6:30 p.m. with judg ing beginning at this time and lasting until possibly 10 p.m. From there, all traffic will proceed west to 14th, north to S st, east to 16th and then north to Vine. The displays will be turned off at 10:30 p.m. Homecoming chairmen are expected to be near their dis plays from 3 until their dis plays are checked. The chair men must have their evalu ation sheets available and filled out completely. The participating houses and their display themes are: Theta Xi, "The Big Red Budda"; Sigma Phi Epsilon, "It's No Gamble"; Pi Beta Phi, "I'm lost in This Field"; Sigma Alpha Mu, "Topple those Tigers;" Kappa Delta "Wedding." 2-Hour Parking Is Here to Stay Council Rejects 3-Hour Zones, Selects Pub Board Member CAMPUS CHATTER V'Vv I l ' By Wendy Makepeace Rainy day on any Cam pus are m dreary occasion. Here is a chance for yon to brighten them up. Debutogrs suggests this new all weather eoat. The outsanding factor of this natural colored coat is the lining and matching scarf. Bright orange, canary yellow and a splash of green are combined for a gay addition to the lining of this stylish coat. Ton have to see it to be lieve it Only 17.98 in six es 7-15. There is one for yon in Gold's Campus Shop Second Floor of fashion. V I The University has reject ed the Student Council's re quest to extend the two hour parking zones on the campus to three hours. In an extensive report to the Council Wednesday, Jack Nielsen, chairman of the council Darkine committee ex plained the reasons of t h e rejection, Nielsen pointed out that the dental clinic in Andrews Hall and the planitarium and Mor rill Hall museum were used by the public and they need ed a Dlace to Dark. The only objection voiced by the University to tnree hours limits other than around these places was the fact that it would cause a contusing, hard to enforce split system. Nielsen asked tor sugges tions from any member of the council or from any in terested students concerning improvement of the parking situation. Renny Ashleman was select ed by the Council as sopho more representative on Pub lications Board. Ashleman is a member of the debate squad, the IFC rush committee, a former re porter on the Daily Nebras kan, and treasurer of Kappa Sigma. He is in Arts and Sci ence college. The council activities com mittee reported that they had been requested to investi gate the worth of certain cam pus activities such as Coed Follies and the Kosmet Klub fall show. Tom Smith, chairman of the committee, told the Coun cil that, in the opinion of the DANCING Open to the Public Saturday Nire, Nov. 1 NEW BEL-AIRES Orchestra Adm. 90c Dancing 9-1 Coming N.xr Saturday, Nov. VAL RUSTIN ORCHESTRA committee, the decision to participate in these activi ties is up to the individual and it is thus up to each in dividual student to regulate his own time. This opinion was endorsed by the Council. IF(TVotes To Support AUF Drive $1,300 Granted To 1 1 imgarian Pro ject The Interfratcrnity Council unanimously voted to back the Ail University Fund in any drive it may sponsor. A resolution passed by the IFC Wednesday night read: "The Interfraternity Coun cil recognizing the obligation of leadership borne by fra ternity men of this university encourages its members to back the All University Fund solicitations and actively sup port any fund raising cam paign which the AUF may sponsor." ,In discussion on the motion it was pointed out that since Panhellenic had withdrawn their support of the Lincoln solicitations seven days be fore the drive started this would be a good opportunity for fraternity men to show their support of AUF. j The IFC also appropriated) approximately $1,300 to the j support of two Hungarian stu- j dents now attending the uni-1 versity. ! They will receive $5 per 1 week spending money and I $50 per month will be paid to j the fraternity where they are , staying. j AUF Collections- Commimity Chest, LARC Help Youth, Aged, Needy, Retarded This is the fourth and last article in the series, "Where Your Money Goes," con cerning contributions collected by the All University Fund. The articles wiH explain each of the charities to which AUF will do nate this year, and the various purposes the charity serves. Ten per cent of the money collected during the All University Fund drive will go to the Lincoln Community Chest, and five per cent of the money will be given to the Lancaster Association for Retarded Children. Both are local charities. One of the Community Chest's main pro visions is to provide permanent care for aged men and women. Twenty-six organi zations are supported by the Community Chest. Among the organizations it sup ports are the Y's, the Ag YMCA and the University YMCA, the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, the Salvation Army, Community Centers, Missions, Family Associations and Veteran's Services. There are six general types of services given by the local Community Chest agen cies: Relief and Rehabilitation, Commun ity Health, Care of Children and Aged. Military Services, Youth Guidance and Coordinating Services. Studies indicate that in most communi ties each year 40 out of every 100 families benefit directly from Community Chest drives. Less directly, but just as con cretely, everybody in a community bene fits when a homeless child is given a home, when boys and girls find whole some outlets for their energies in youth centers, clubs and summer camps, when community health is guarded and im proved, and when family life is steadied and strengthened. The Lancaster Association for Retarded Children school was founded four years ago by the parents of retarded children in Lincoln. Tuition is around $20 a month per child. It is supplemented by charity contributions. The only other sources of income for the school are the annual Na tional Association for Retarded Children drive in Lincoln and individual contribu tions. Through LARC school, many retarded children are taught to take a measure of responsibility and adapt themselves to useful lives in a community. LARC school recently moved to new headquarters, a state-owned farm formerly used as a Ne braska home for boys. Nebraska Univer sity's old Student Health Center building was obtained by LARC to house a shelter workshop. Besides contribution to these two local charities, AUF will give to World Univer sity Service, an international charity, the American Cancer Society and Muscular Dystrophy, two national charities, and the Nebraska Society for Crippled Children, a state charity. The annual drive will be gin Tuesday. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, "No Sweat"; Alpha Xi Delta, "Ti ger Shoot"; Zeta Beta Tau, , "Fry the Tigers"; Phi Gam ma Delta, "What, Me Wor ry"; Pi Kappa Phi, "Hare Raising Game"; Delta Tau Delta, "Cornhusker Carni val." Alpha Tau Omega "Sew Those Cats Way O'rt " here' Phi Kappa Psi, "Spirit Juice"; Alpha Chi Omega, "T o u-Shame M i z z o ur Puddy"; Djlta Delta Delta, "Skunk 'Em"; Kappa Sigma, "Nail 'Em to the Wall". Delta Sigma Phi, "The Corn Huskers Den"; Sigma Nu, "Masters Voice"; Gamma Phi Beta, "Mow Big Mo"; Chi Omega, "Tiger Tiger"; Sigma Chi, "The Old Pro"; Alpha Phi, "So Solly." Delta Upsilon, "Cat on a Hot Tin' Roof"; Kappa Alpha Theta, "We've Got -the Spir it"; Sigma Kappa, "Tilt Those Tigers"; Sigma Delta Tau, "Cage the Tigers"; Phi Del ta Theta, "No Chance for Miz zou"; Beta Theta Pi, "Satur day Men u Tiger Steak"; Kappa Kappa Gamma,' "Skin Those Tigers"; Beta Sigma Psi, "Flatten Felix." Alpha Omicron Pi, "It's in the Bag"; Zeta Tau Alpha, "Joust Another Victory"; Acacia, "The Big Eight Museum." Sunday Movie 'Five Fingers' "Five Fingers" is the fea tured Sunday night movie this week. The true story of a spy working as a valet in Turkey during World War II, the movie stars James Mason, Danielle Darrieux and Mich ael Rennie. Admission is by Student ID's and showtime is 7:30 p m. Shorts to be presented are the "Three Little Bops" in technicolor and "The Art Director." POT.TTT'-AT. ATlVFRTIPKMRNT EAST HILLS 70th & Sumner For Rmn-vmtlmw Phone 4-3X26 Keep progress ond prosperity in Nebraska. Vote "yes" for ANDERSON for governor on Nov. 4. (Republican Women's Clubs, Mr. John Btfntley, President.) "A SENSATION!" - IIANCOltl, W. T. WarM M. . HUROK p. ballet espanol ROBERTO IGLESiAS company of 20 -""Mi 1 Announcing Your FIRST , Lincoln u Community Concert presentation . . Tuesday, November 4, 8:15 p.m. PERSHING MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM Sorry, Admission By Membership Only!!! 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