The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 06, 1960, Page Page 4, Image 4

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The Nebraskan
Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1960
Christmas carols from the
Mueller Tower will set the
atmosphere for the annual
presentation of Handel's Ora
torio, "The Messiah," Sun
day at 3 p.m. in the Coliseum.
The Choral Union, 500-voice
cnoir composed of 5 major
vocal organizations and the
University Symphonic Orches
tra will be conducted by Pro
fessor Earl F. Jenkins, Direc
tor of the University Singers.
Lois Anderson,, contralto;
Ami .Blomquist, soprano;
Richard Lenighton, tenor and
Louis Lawson, baritone will
be the featured soloists.
Professor Myron Roberts,
Sky Show
Has Spirit
Of Yuletide
" The sky ishow at Mueller
Planetarium has taken on a
Christmas atmosphere, ac
cording to Vale Kane, sky
show lecturer.
"Our special Christmas pro
gram entitled "Star of Bethle
hem" is now running," ex
plained , Kane. "The show
features the formation of the
Bethlehem star as seen by
the scientists, but also in
cludes the regular sky views
and lecture."
"We have four lecturers
who are people associated
with the Planetarium," he
continued. Besides Kane,
Doug Kent, Wray Rominger
and John Howe share
the speaking duties.
"The planetarium can seat
100 people comfortably," said
Kane. "Of course, it we
have a larger group, as we
have had in the past, we can
provide folding chairs."
"We have a program sched
ule for the general public and
another for reservations," he
pointed out. "Wednesdays at
8 p.m., Saturdays at 2:45 p.nT.
and Sundays at 2:30 p.m. and
3:45 p.m .are the public view
tag times."
"Monday through Friday,
1:30 p.m. ana 2:45 p.m., is
set aside for class reserva
tion and special groups," he
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Presentation Sunday
organist, and Kay Green, ac
companist, will participate in
the performance. The Car
rillion Christmas carols will
be played by Judi Gardner.
Jenkins explained that the
Choral Union is composed of
six major vocal organiza
tions, The University Singers,
Chorus II, directed by Jen
kins, the Agriculture College
Chorus, directed by Gene Dy-
bdahl; the Varsity Glee Club,
conducted by Prof. Dale Ganz
and the University Madrigal
Singers and Chorus I, directed
by Prof. John Moran.
Jenkins gave credit to the
accompanists who have as
sisted the Choral Union dur-
Lenighton Miss Blomquist
Lawson Miss Anderson
New Slide Rule
Classes to Open
Record breaking enroll
ments in this year's beginning
slide rule classes have led to
the offering of two additional
alvanced sessions Dec. 7 and
The 45 minute noncredit
classes sponsored by Sigma
Tau, national engineering hon
orary fraternity, are offered
free and open to students
from all colleges.
The sessions have been de
signed to present the mathe
matical background behind
the use of the log-log scales
and only a basic knowledge
of math is necessary for par
ticipants according to Don
Campbell, chairman.
Sinfonia Pledges
Elect Herbert
Twenty-five undergraduate
students have been named
pledges of Phi Mu Alpha Sin
fonia, men's music fraternity.
Those named are Lee Ad
ams, unanes w. Anaerson,
George Eychner, Dennis
Focht, Bill Fowler, Rod Gibb,
John Gilliland, Jim Herbert,
Charles Hertel, Larry Hui
gens, Dale Jundt, Martin
Mack, George Mechling, John
Meldrum, Ken Molzer, Don
Morgan; Lee Parks, Don
Thomson, Gary Winklebauer,
Gordon Yaple, Dave Ander
son, Dick Groth, Joe Ed
wards, John Yost, and Frank
Jim Herbert is pledge class
president; Martin Mack,
secretar y-treasurer and
George Eychner, music ac
tivities director.
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ing the six weeks of practice.
These pianists behind the
scenes are Mrs. Cynthia Dy
bdahl, Mary E. Haight, Rosa
lind Mohnsen, Marily Moore
and Jean Sanders.
Laid For
New Chapel
First Unit Will Be
Complete by Spring
Construction on the founda-
tion of the new $150,000
Episcopal chapel and student
center was started today at
its 13th and R location, ac
cording Jo Rev. G. M. Arm
strong, pastor of the Episco
pal chapel.
The old chapel, which was
built in 1890, was torn down
this fall to make room for the
new structure's first unit,
which is expected to be com
pleted in the spring, said Rev.
The first until will consist
of the student center and a
temporary chapel in the base
ment. The second unit, which
will be started this summer
at an expected cost of $75-
$80,000, will house the perm
anent chapel.
Textured Brick
The single story structure
will be made of textured brick
with mosaic designs of panels
and glass squares. Interior
emphasis will be on simplici
ty with "no distracting fea
tures between the door and
the altar," said Rev. Arm
strong. Contemporary style furni
ture will complete the various
rooms which include a
kitchen, dining hall, recrea
tion room, study rooms and
office space.
A cross-shaped window, to
be located in the west wall,
has been especially designed
for the chapel.
"Money for the first unit
has been collected or is being
collected through voluntary
gifts of various Episcopal con
gregations throughout the
state," said Rev. Armstrong,
"and the collection of funds
for the construction of t h e
second unit will begin this
V.E, Fraternity
Initiates Five
Tau Chapter of Phi Epsilon
Kapp, professional physical
education fraternity for men,
held its formal initiation of
the year last Thursday.
The initiates were William
Fasano, Pat Fitzgerald, Ge
orge Haney, Dave Myers,
and Gary Warden.
Fraternity membership is
open to majors and minors
in physical education, accord
ing to C. K. Ellis, chapter
'Messiah' Is Next
.The next campus Christmas j
presentation is the a n nu a 1
"Messiah" scheduled for 3
p.m. Sunday in the Coliseum.
Over 500 voices will compose
the concert.
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Union Will Show
An hour-long film featur
ing the story of the Hugarian
Revolution and a speech by
Edmund Lazar, a Hungarian
graduate student in Political
Science at the University, will
be presented Thursday at
4:30 p.m. in the Student Un
ion little auditorium.
"Hungary Aflame," called
by Union program officials
the finest documentary on
Hungary to be shown," was
obtained for this presentation
by Lazar, who will appear on
the program with his wife.
Lazar, a National Defense
Political Science Scholar, was
a former member of the Hun
garian Division of Radio Free
The sound film sponsored
by the Union Talks apd Top
ics committee, was described
by Gail Ruttenberg, Union
program assistant, as "a
movie you won't want to
She described the movie as
Main Feature Clock
Varsity: "Surprise Package,"
1:31, 3:26, 5:21, 7:16, 9:11.
State: "Battle of The Sexes,"
1:32, 3:32, 5:32, 7:32, 9:32.
Nebraska: "Goddess of
Love," 1:00, 3:35, 6:10, 8:45.
"Desert Attack," 2:10, 4:45,
7:20, 9:55.
Lincoln: "North to Alaska,"
1:30, 4:10, 6:50, 9:25.
Stuart: "GI Blues,' 1:15,
3:15, 5:15, 7:15. 9:20.
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Navy ROTC Limelight
A goat and three pretty
girls will be presented today
at 3 p.m. to the Navy ROTC
lab in the drill hall of the
Military and Naval Science
"Billy N," the goat that
was presented at the Nebraska-Army
football game,
was flown to Annapolis prior
to the Army-Navy classic.
He was greeted enthusiasti
cally .by the academy mid
shipmen, according to Col.
Edward McCarthy of the
Navy ROTC department.
Billy, who hails from the
Lincoln park service, was
guest of honor at two pep
rallies and was presented at
the Army-Navy game along
with the regular Navy goat
In Philadelphia.
"Billy is the only goat in
history to beat the Army
twice in one year," McCarthy
Just before the Naval
academy flew Billy home
last Thursday, he posed with
Joe B e 1 1 i n o, all-American
halfback of the Navy team,
McCarthy said.
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Lynn Wright, Kay Swoboda
and Marian Brayton, the
three coeds vying, for Miss
Navy lionors at the Military
Ball, will share the spotlight
today with Billy as the Navy
students get a look at the
candidates after Billy is re
turned, officially, to the park
service, McCarthy explained.
Since Billy was taken from
the park service he has been
under the care of three
ROTC "goat washers" who
have given Billy a total of
three baths.
Immediately after lab the
students will vote for the
candidate of their choice for
Miss Navy. Billy will return
to his pen with a laminated
set of orders to inactivity
after a splurge in the lime
light. Dee Cuttell Is Ball
Master of Ceremonies
Ron Ellerbusch, 1960 Mili
tary Ball Publicity chairman,
announced Monday that Dee
Cuttell is the master of cere
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