The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 31, 1959, Page Page 4, Image 4

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Trie Dailv Nebraskan
Tuesday, Morch 31, 1959
Dr. Ashton.
Selected For
Dr. Dudley Ashton. chair
man of the University's de
partment of physical educa
tion for women, has been ap
proved as a member of the
American Academy of Phys
ical Education.
Academy membership t
limited to not more than 100
leaders in physical education
in the United States and Can-'
ada. Membershin is one of he
highest honors of the physical
education profession.
80 Members
At present the a c a d e m y
membership consists of about
80 members.
Women's PE Head,
Imerican Academy
Three Get
ernor's Committer on Fitness
as well as the Lincoln Council
on Youth Fitness.
She is active in the Altrusa
Club of Lincoln, and is list
ed in "Who's Who Anions
American Women" and
"Who's Who in Kducation".
Portland Meeting
She is currently attending a ' reation.
meeting in Portland of the
National Association for Phys
ical Kducation of College
Women, of w hich she is treas
urer and board member.
Arniv Willis
Rifle Team
Awarded Med ah
Industrial Jobs
Take A& Gratis
one out of live graduates in , shi Contest must sign up by
Agriculture during the last . ni
e t . . . . . noon Wednesday in the Ani-
four years found jobs m busi- , ,, , , 3 . ...
ness and industry. Franklin mal Husbandry building on
Thive I'niversity Army KKlridce, associate director of . Ag Campus.
ROTC cadets were awanled , resident instruction, said. i Drawing for livestock will
;full fligltt training wings re-, A hv lhp vnrlwP;,J be held Wednesday.
Following this she will at- centre by lot. . n. Kawie. Yaiiinii I if, Inirwe! , . . .
r .iw. ; 'nmf.xsor of military in er n AaUo-'al insurance Tne showmanship contest
Mock & Bridle Deadline Hears
Any persor catering the'wiU be held at 7:30 pm. en
RWk and Rndle Showman-; AprU 23 in the Horse IWn
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Far tmpm tmHrmat, Mt l.U
ran Association for Health, land tactics
Physical Education and Rec-i Cadets R. B. Abcrnothy,
Literary Critic to Speak
At Thursday Convocation
proximately 30 per cent of the .
r, ,,,, 1 ( , , ,..,1 ..!!,.. J , . .
(Honor Osohner and Gilbert T ih-- . au
' MeG irran'h success fullv ln the naUon en,ercd business
Aicujrrji in s u c c e s s luuy ;..,,,-., pi.-ir;,i,,
completed Uie tlignt training; j. -
'course to qualify for further I,e explained that the I'ni-
flight training when ordered
versity initiated an agricul
tural business major two
1 years ago in view of these sur-
Malcolm Cow ley, one of ,
America's leading literary
j ArifiAA will manI i a 1 "in-
unanimous approval is re-j versity convocation Thursday,
quired for candidates who are at 11 a m. in Love Library
selected from about 25.000 Auditorium
!lueAn!er;?n As;i e will talk on "The New
E l foJ eilth Phys'cal, world of the New Novel
tducauon and Recreation. sts Wednesday he will
Dr. Ashton was indnrted as ; meet with students in Lie
a Fellow at the Academy's English Department,
meeting ia Portland, Ore. j Rowley's first book to at-
She has edited and com-itraet general attention was
piled two syllabi on women's ' Exile's Return," an account
pnysical education which are of the expatriates of the twen
dow used in Nebraska schools, i ties. More recently he has
Study Initiated zjz
Dr. Ashton helped initiate ! r : ' Cnrlm-n
Offered Sunday
ships between sociology and
physical education now' being
undertaken on the West Coast.
Dr. Ashton joined the Uni
versity in 1952 as department
al chairman and holds the
rank of professor. She is a
member of the Nebraska Gov-
Dublta t Ha fnm Cartain; A trio
H Swcom. Vm'k cHniic
a fcantca arawKl. Colic mom
aty. Alt that trtpx.
XSS Woww (Bra C), F-asaa, CaL
Rock Hudson. Elizabeth
Taylor and James Dean will
star in this week's Sunday
Night Movie, Giant. The
movie in Warner Color is
edited a series of volumes
dealing with some of Ameri
ca's most outstanding writ
ers. lie is the author and editor
of more than a dozen books.
An advisor to the Viking
Press since 1948, Cowley was
associated with the New Re
public irom 1929 to 1944. part
of that time as book editor.
He was born in Pennsyl
vania in 18y8 and educated at
Harxard and in France. At
to active duty.
The I'niversity Army ROTC
iteam placed second out of 19 ve's-
teams m the Midwest Camp Business and industry com
Perry Smallbore Rifle bined is the biggest single
Matches. j part of agriculture, according
Four basic course ROTC to a booklet entitled "I've
Cadets, who compose the Uni- j Found My Future in Agricul
versity's rifle team, were ture",
honored wita medals afteri
the match. j
The four cadets were Mich
ael Flannigan, William Hol
land, Conley Cleveland and 1
Howard McNiff.
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Twenty Teachers College
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George Stexen's production l ie present he is at Stanford ,ion ln1crnational Study Con
. n
of a novel bv Edna Feber
Showtime vill be one hour
Unixersity where he has been
must show llieir in residence for a quarter.
ID'S to be ad- nis vjs,t ls being sponsored
by the English department
and the faculty Committee on
'earlier, 6 30 pm
j Union Ballroom.
A cartoon will also be fea-
1 tured.
in the Conxocations.
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A mIwhmi of bwidcntal inhKlgnc
by JOCK&if brand
SowKk Sk advice rigirt oU
of "Poor Riehord", bt Plot
twe oid it many eenturiet
bfor tan Frankliit. Clai
moI sholart.e'f count, know
h natmtrmr m itt original
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There hot never been ony
accounting for tastes, ond
the man who appreciated
this truth first was Francois
Rabelais, bt his "Pontogruel",
he coined this now-fomows
"(very one to his loite, ot
the woman said when she
kitted ner cow."
It's better than not loving at
ait occordtng to lord Tenny
son's "Ni Memoriam", XXVII:
"I hold ft true, whate'er be
fofft fee it, when I sorrow
moifTu better to have
loved ond lostThon never
to hove loved ot oil."
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striped brief
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that's me judgment of coi
ls ge men who heve seen
the new Jockey Striped
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have token this 100
stretch nylon bikrnt-ftyle
brief. ..added coedy
tripe-.end produced o
garment youTi ready enjoy
SKANTS is cut high on the
tides with a low waistband
ond eome in a choice of
red. black, green, rust or
blue stripes, look for
SKANTS in stripes, or sol
ids in the Jockey deport
ment at your campus store.
fesTooned b the house ot
The University art galleries
will soon add 13 new paint
ings and sculpture to their
permanent collection, accord-
ling to Galleries Director
! Norman Geske.
The acquisition of the art,
some purchased and some do
nated, was announced at the
Nebraska Art Association
! 1959 Spring exhibit.
Purchased from the T'.iom
as C. Woods fund were:
"Still Form Resting," "Cafe
Interior," "Evening Light,"
"Sounds Across the Rixer''
and 'Tilted Horizon."
Purchased from ihe Nelle
Cochrane Woods Collection
was "Fourteenth of July."
; Donated in memory oi N'elia
Cochrane Quick was "Doune
' Given 1- --.mory of Thom
as C. W. us were "Study for
Girl villi Chemise." and
"Figure." "Peaches" was do
nated by Mrs. Howard S. Wil
son in memory of Howard 5.
Wilson, and so was "Seacoast,
Cape Cod."
1 Purchased from tie Frank
M. Hall Collection vas "The
.Seasons." An anonymous lasl
minute donation was "Blade."
Two art experts and a
committee of Nebraska Art
'Assn. members assisted in
the selections.
fcrenre in St. Louis, Mo., 1
which ends Thursday,
i i
' Theme of the conference is
"Fundamentals for Todax's
Children." ' ;
' One member of the N'ebras-!
ka delegation, Gloria Eriok-i
son. a sophomore, will serxe
as hostess at one of the cof-1
fee hours.
Others attending the con-:
ferenee are: I
Bonnie Beckmnn, Dee Dill-
man, Nancy Elliot. Sandra j
Ellis, Julie Hathaway, Sara J
Hauserman, Jan Mclaughlin ;
and Kay Margaret, !
Completing the delegation
are Sally Mardock, Mayrene
Maxwell. Man' Musser, Shar
on Eocers. Margie Kohwer,
Pally Ru1t. Joyce Uecker. Iva
Zajicek. Ed Brown. Jim Craig
mile and Evelyn Caha. J
Miss Sue Arbutbnot, assist-1
ant professor of elementary '
education, will accompany
the group.
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