The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1961, Page Page 4, Image 4
i4 ,A.- 9 Pagt 4 The Daily Nebraskan Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1961 1 V M ; 4 ft Folies Bergere, Shakespeare On Union Tour of Europe List Hav you evr dreamed of visiting the Open Air Theater in Rome or of watching the Folies Bergere in gay Paris? Then you may be interested in the 1962 Midwest Collegiate Student Tour of Europe. This tour is planned each year in cooperation with stu dent unions at the Universities of Missouri, Iowa State, Kan sas State, and Nebraska. Leaving from Montreal on June 21, the tour visits eleven European countries and re turns 62 days later. Four new countries have been added to the usual itin erary. They are: Finland, Denmark, Norway and Swe den. The seven other countries which were also visited last year are Scotland, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, and England. Special features of the 1962 tour included in the overall cost .will be Shakespeare The atre tickets at Stratford, Folies Bergere tickets for Paris. Caracalla Open Air Opera tickets at Rome, Ba varian Weisswurste and beer lunch in Munich, and dinners at famous restaurants throughout Europe. Mary Jean Mulvaney, a University faculty member, will again be the official Un- 'Husker Meeting There will be a meeting of all Cornhusker workers Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the Daily Nebraskan office. (Today Finishes (Tryouts for Play ion representative on this un ion tour. The chairman of the Nebraska Union tour commit tee this year is Sam Condit, and his a sistant is Judy Keys. Additional information and application forms for this tour may be obtained in the Student Union. tight Up (he Sky' " by Most Hart is one of the better plays ever written about Broadway," according to Dr. Joseph Baldwin, play director. Tryouts for the play will be held today for the last time from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9:30 p.m. at Howell Theater. Although the play was first produced in 1948, Dr. Baldwin explained that there is a re cent interest in Moss Hart due to Ms best seller, ''Act One". light Up the Sky." con cerns a playwright who has written his first play. This naive young truck driver thinks that everybody is kind and good, but he soon learns to deal with real people. The cast (in the story) think that the play is a failure and turn on the young director. The cast loses faith in the play because the play goes on at the time of a Shriner's convention and is c o n s e quently laughed off the stage. Dr. Baldwin said that the story is really a very accur ate picture, but it's just been spiced up for comedy. He said these events could ac tually happen and Moss Hart has just cut out the dull hap penings. Dr. Baldwin remarked that this was the first time that he knew of when two play wrights worked together on a play about a playwright. Dr. Baldwin is a playwright and so is Clifford Ashly, technical di rector of the production. 1 rn ft-A-m-i-a.. STAWNO SAM DONAHUE AT PLA-MOR BALLROOM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Advance tickets at Gold's Record Dept.: $2.00 Admission at door: $2.50 Tiro Named Honorary Producers Darlene Zickfeld, Kappa Delta, and Phi Boroff, Delta Sigma Phi, were announced as the 1961-62 Honorary Pro ducers at the premier per formance of "Measure for Measure" at Howell Memor ial Theater last week. They will receive trophies which they can keep for the year and the following Rush Week. Sharon Binfield, Sigma Kappa, and Dale Hajek, Bur nett House, took second place in the sorority and fraternity divisions respectively. They will also receive trophies. Janet Smith, Zeta.Tau Al pha. and Herb Probasco, Theta Xi won third place in the contest. LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Pw fVeaver, NaX'OnaJ Coiiecj What makes Arlcarved Diamonds the favorite of America's College Queens' Actually there are many reasons. Attcarved diamond rings must meet traditionally high standards for color, cut, clarity and carat weight Their award-winning styles are a delight to the eye. And, they take all of the guesswork out of buying k diamond. Every Artcarved ring carries a written guarantee for quality and permanent value that's recognized and re spected by fine jewelers from coast to coast We think yonll agree with America's lovely College Queens. Stop in at your jeweler and be sure to see all the exquisite Artcarved diamond rings the rings you buy with confidence and wear with pride. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED IN AMERICA'S LEADINS MAGAZINES A,r-tcarved DIAMOND AND WEDDING RINGS ''-r-N EVENING STAR Flret choice of AiMrica't Coaegs Oueans J. R. Wood 4 Son, Ine, Dept. CP-31 216 E. 4Mti St, Now York t7, N.Y. Pletae eai me mora feett about Aumtmi rinsi tad "Wedding Guide for Bride end Groom." Abo mow of nearert (or boRetown) Artcarved Jeweler. 1 am tloin lOi to cover handling and pottage. Kame I Address. Ciy Stat. .County or Zon Meetings Orchesis, the campus mod ern dance group, will hold tryouts tonight beginning at 7 p.m. in Grant Memorial Hall. The Student Council will meet today at 4 p.m. in the Indian Suite, Student Union Topics for the agenda include the final report of the pub Iicity committee concerning the consolidation of several organizational publications; a report on the recent trip to Kansas City for the People-to- People meeting; and a discus sion of the University library facilities. The Cancer Education Socl etv will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in 348 Student Union This will be an organizational meeting. A representative of the Lancaster county chapter of the American Cancer So ciety will be present to give a resume of the Society s work and present an out line of the activities of the Cancer Edu cation society on campus. The second documentary film of the series "Nigeria New Nation," will be shown Thursday at 4:30 and 7 p.m. in the Small Auditorium of Student Union. A Nigerian student, Felix Aburime, will be present to answer ques tions after the showings. DAILY NEBRASKAN CLASSIFIEDS i Hectc Homecoming Halts Romancing Biz Ad Banquet Honors High Student Scholarship The top students in the Business Administration Col lege were recognized last week at the College's annual Awards Banquet, which cli maxed the day-long Business Careers Conference. Among the newly an nounced scholarship winners were: Robert Allen Mayer who received the Peat, Mar wick, Mitchell Sc Co. Scholar ship, valued at $250. William E. Seim "re ceived the Nebraska Society of Certified Public Account ants Scholarship, valued at $100. Donald R. Pittam was re cipient of the Socony Mobil O i 1 Company Scholarship, valued at $400. The Phi Chi Theta Key, pre- j sented annually by the na tional professional sorority in business administration to a I junior, woman for outstanding scholarship and leadership, j was awarded to Judith K. ,' Hansen. I Ten sophomores maintain-! ing the highest scholastic av erages during their freshman t year in business administra-: tion received Gold Keys, pre-1 sented by William Gold II of j Lincoln in memory of his grandfather, William Gold. I The recipients include Thomas B. Allington, Nadene C. Gardner, Judith' M. Gra ham, Jerold E.' Gunsolley, Roland E. Leavitt, Eugene E. Lenz, Keith R. Sieck, Glen J. Soukup, Diehard L. Weill, and William F. Wright. Toastmaster for the banquet was Daryl Swarson, chairman of the Business Administra tion Student Advisory Board and of the Careers Confer ence Committee. P ZZA Vi PRICE SALE TODAY ONLY 4:00 TBI 12:30 21 VARIETIES . SORRY NO DELIVERIES ON Vt PRICE SALE ROMANO'S 226 N. 10 Very few took time away from hectic homecoming dec orating to become pinned or engaged this week. Perhaps couples were estranged by miles of scaffolding or masses of crepe paper. Pinnings Marty Elliot, Kappa Alpha Reform ... 4 Continued from page 1 always easier to stand still than to move ahead. Most campus groups ne glect the reasons for per ennial programs and over look the necessity for con tinuous revaluation and revision. The Innocents should make provision for a vari able number of members. Any house which forces participation in activities should change its rules. All activities should re vise, revoke, or revitalize them. These three points are practical suggestions which would improve ac tivities on campus. Theta, a junior in Teachers from Weeping Water, to Jim McKenney, Beta Theta Pi senior in Arts and Sciences from Newcastle. Linda Hogcland, Kappa Al pha Theta, a junior in Arts and Sciences from Beatrice, to Chip Wood, Sigma Chi junior in Arts and Sciences from Gering. Joan Chenoweth, ' Kappa Kappa Gamma, a junior in Teachers from Santa Monica, Calif., to Roger Myers, Beta Theta Pi junior in Business Administration from Grand Island. Karen McMahan, a fresh man at Milwaukee-Downer College from Lincoln, to Steve McClure, Sigma Phi Epsilon junior in Engineering from Lincoln. Deanna Nicholson, from Benkelman, to Lester O'Don nell, Pioneer House junior in Engineering from Benkelman. Ginny Mills, from Winter park, Colo., from Bukingham shire, England, to John Mit chem, Delta Tau Delta sen. ior in Teachers from Elwood. Engagements Grace Marr, Alpha Omi cron Pi, senior in Teachers from Crete, to George Ahl schwede, Farmhouse senior from Crete. J 1229 R St town & campus HE 2-3645 DO YCU NEED A DRESS FOR HOMECOMING? Come See Us We Have Many From Which To Choose there is still time SEE US TOO FOR ALL YOUR SPORTSWEAR NEEDS LUCKY STRIKE presents: POLICY Classified adf for the Daily Nebraska!! must be entered two days in advance and must be paid for in advance. Corrections will be made if errors are brought to our attention within 48 hours. SATURDAY NIGHT' FOR SALE Seuoned fireplace wood for tale, enable. IV9-2W1. Brand new (40 McCrefor tweed car coal with zip out pile lining. Size 31. Sell for t30. Need money. 434-2408 m MGA-1600 white norte hardtop with red leather iaterior. Best tor Nebras ka climate On It 2M0 actual milei Never raced, like new. Co 28M Will tor IIW. Br owner. Phone 489 1064 after 3 p.m. LOST Will the peraoa who took my jock-type fweat-ehirt. pieaae return it :: Call Thunder Merwick. FOR SALE 5u Olds, radio, heater, automatic trani mumon. 56,0(10 actual miles plus snow Urea. One owner. SlvO. Call 2-47M FOR RENT For rent, trailer, clean, 1 bedroom Adults. Nice location, call evenings IN'e-OML 10 minutes to campus PERSONAL For rent, student couple or coed la -chanse for carina for children in motherless home. V W. Brown; Apply Boa 51A, Daily Nebraskan. See Mort Sahl, Nov. S. Late hours avail able with pink slip from housemother. Sad-eyed Sam, Cheer up. I will lie" you ni for on carmeled apple and a slightly sticky loss at the Union Chuckwaaon Friday night, south entrance. S. JO-lo JO Bow-leaied Beth. Trvaf?rsf? sW"S Ta 1HI UlWf - ! I V j . AS fir NtOReoas'eM Swiii te admiffetf Bolessac coinpaniedljiii adult. in y x I ' ' ' "Let's step i rDesh X m outside J Rea- I I walk on f f i mmmXj- asmoke, I I I every I j j sf'L ' J party?" j j jj ' I ft:'::v:v:::,...;.o'.:.:r '.'.'''r r .' y..v. ' A. ' ' . .ff f .. . wmmmmmm uji inuu j i.ui .. . i atMcatiiwAinaaiaaiiauniii sssaiuiww MiijL jrej , ,, , ,My, ,f . : I ,i. fC f "Why do) " t V 2 ' you keep I f L jWl looking 1 ," W ' J - at me f y . , , ,, , ' -NA fSS, like that. I !! II J " :, '- V At f AN A George?" J , : ! ' 1 r V , L "Never go j , , ' ' A, ''(it downthere X, I ;- I i ' ' ' I I' ( alone, Gladys X1 1 V ,il 1 - XV ' -MJ; ' ' - 4 , ' 1 '- 4 Fraternity VVt J - '' ' Row!" i. f x - - Vi wmmt MTHHGlf V(NR BROS, WHAT HAPPENS ON CAMPUS SATURDAY NIGHT? If you could peek into an average campus on Saturday night you would see students planning a hunger strike and smoking Luckies, ironing their Sunday suits and smoking Luckies, playing dominoes and smoking Luckies. College students smoke Luckies all tha time -and more of them than any other regular cigarette. If you go to college, you should smoke Luckies. It's expected of you. CHANGE TO LUCKIES and get some taste for a change! frodud if idruuean. tJlCwoo Ju&x&o is our middle nam 45 ..