The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 29, 1964, Page Page 2, Image 2
1 v - 1 t I I i J V ? : i V '7': - -4 -1 'I 4 ,i,x.i'fc,.iV w 1 Vaa Vii.ipi aaaW" Page 2 IT'S THAT TIME: For Vote Rumor Student Council elections are nearing and the appro priate rumors are speading. The first and most worried about each year is the "planned Independent block vote." This year it takes these shapes: it is being connived in Gather HalL It entails voting for an all-girl ticket, ex cept one boy, in an effort to negate the IFC Slate. la other words, "I don't care who gets it as long as vour people don't" First, it is more than probable that no such move does or will exist It is not dignified for others to panic at the possibility of a mass Independent vote that may or may not void their interests and create damaging rumors for protection. In fact, a strong Independent vote would be a good thing. Second, it is a gross insult to all Independents to ac cuse them of unprincipled maneuvers. While politics is sometimes a dirty game with rough rales, one most keep his sense of balance. The basis for the above accusation is fear born out of petty personal differences. To reduce the Student Council elections to that level would be, in the long run, to reduce the character of the Council itself to that level. That, in turn, would hurt only the student himself. That's how the circle goes and no conscientious student. Independent or Greek, will drop his ballot with that ifl mind. Firetrwck: Inspiration, Frustration Simultaneous All Day By Arnie G arson Yesterday was a day of inspirational frustration for me. No, "inspirational" is not an impossible modifier for "'frustration." Let roe show you what I mean in particular chronology. There was not enough room in today's XEBRAS KAN to provide adequate coverage of the M a s t e r s Program. Each of these men and Dr. Ruth Lever ton deserved to have a sep arate issue of the paper de voted to them individually. Yet at the same time it felt food to reread the weath of wisdom which the Mas ters espoused. There's a complete education in the NEBRASKAX wastebasket due to lack of room. But more will be forthcoming. I beard fee IFC candi dates for Student Council give their platforms and answer questions but no body else heard them. Sir students sat in the South Part) Room of the Student Union listening to 12 candi dates answer questions, mostly from their fellow candidates. One of the six was Masters Program Chairman John Lydik who took time from what was probably thebusiest day he'll spend all year because. ' I'm interested." he con fided. But although interest in student government seems ml the candidates them selves displayed an awe- some maturity of thought for freshmen, if elected. I'm confident they'll do a good job. The Honors Convocation gave me the warm feelings , of tradition, scholastic sue- : cess, pomp-and-ceremony, inspiration via Dr. Lever- ; ton) and. alas, a basketball j game. Unfortunate as that ' 'basketball"' feeling might ' have been, it could not be avoided and was hardly ap propriate for the occasion. I tried to shut it out of my mind, but those seven huge, faded penants kept staring down at me from the raw steel rafters. The penants are out-dated Nebraskan Want Ads I i IOCS: pnmr fm aa eounaeta- at . sVagV earn a w Jersey avaiiame tor aUevMMd aiiMtcw lima tm ume zz u Micuat a. me ar contact Bambnct at tm S Uata m ! ear. Pbunr XS&S1T2. FOt BENT: te arraiat u aun-tat atusam. CompMMty ftimuitmt fraud Mcucaa rUD. to jwj 4 : It. aal 4M-173i, evainc tA wank- Hum M aallua agaanunx Juat th. w tht Jraveraiy kvuae. Fhuw Um Onaat ! tnxi .aMtr inw aruu. aal oavaa t. an.au avaiiaotr hi Jhiw Mlal tut marriMl roup av a 1 acBoui, j o ..3.1: OTh Wednesday, April 29, 196-4 and an acoustical tile ceil ing would help. If the coli seum is to be used for cere monial events as well as athletic, the University has reached the stage where it should appropriately remod el the interior, making it suitable for both. Master Robert A. Hardt. whose story will be carried in tomorrow's paper, had words of wit and wisdom from which 11500 students could have benefitted. Even he expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that only a scant few thousand students could be reached by t h e nine masters who spent two hectic days here. But from the few students who were really close to the distin guished alums, the inspir ing effect of their words were obvious. Freshman Joan McCly mont a Council candidate from Arts and Sciences and a chaperone for Hardt not ed that it was the "great est thing I've ever done." A senior who I overheard in the Crib was still asking who all the men eating lunch with the Chancellor were. Student Council will inter view for Pub Board mem bers tomorrow. But that story is mostly frustrating and does not fit into the more balanced "inspira tion - frustration" formula above. Exclusive: MUSIAL RATES THE BIG-LEAGUERS 5tin Mu-ial, nc the r-t hittfi vi all tun. tH" tlw lif kaj:u it! Jul JOKT. Rrm4 th? n-ttred drdrniT fx-rsnnal 1uatiori the cure hr'f pb.yr-4 rth fiJ apaitw! is hit lu dradf n ll m hh ieacu enliiMvf itj SPOUT! Jun if liitKT" aj it n SPORT. K.i- W1LUE WAYS' CHANGING ROLE TOMMY DAVIS. BATTING CHAMP DICK STUART: MAN AND SHOWMAN HOW CASSIUS CLAY TRICKED THE WORLD 'J'lii"w trrvnf a vi itir mam afliric ,in MX )T. tlx- niafiiir' iliat irtj ii jog i'ti t all went l(ir col If pr and yrm jrt Vu"J mUr rtjtrrt rfTaff. tiiary aralri. jti df pth nitilt and amon J-aritd j)lKtoj ...read June SPORT Fsvorite mogazm of rKa tpoDt tort and the tporte fnmtiei ! NOW ON SALE! y I ! Uzi FrEEta la Tear f to 5 SG-T OFF Schulz Still Draws Charlie Schulz. creator of the popular cartoon strip. 'Peanuts." works like a buzz saw on his original $24 drawing board turning out strips that entertain more than 100 million peo ple every day. According to a feature storv in the April 25 issue of THE SATURDAY EVE NING POST, Schulz now completes an entire strip in as little as half an hour provided he has an original idea. One day a week is de voted to creating the crucial Sunday strip, which is often colored by the artist's 10-year-old son. Post contributing writer C. Robert Jennings ob served that the chief char acter in "Peanuts." dumpling-faced Charlie Brown, served as the alter ego of Schulz. The only child of a SL Paul barber Schulz ack nowledged that daring h i s youth -I wasn't disliked. I tnrrs moMK. wtaor: ME j,.mnv rrsmmr-nt niivcr: fnartv TWGt K. net rOi-.tn: FBVC TiKTMW. tOOK HOQO. r!iw mmH ttt: kv tw"i irvt rrmMMi. BaKstia mrmvET. rtiiu wnirwu. tUX LTXTCF rHVI HIVTi. Jaumt erf wrnm: UTBIU WftLSEM. limb. CT ttirCWlCk. ct tr.r: EWIS MHI. atuiucra aer: rtXGV KPEFrE. xmnnt Aua , trws UIjGU3W. mead mr.t tat tor, P -Tt MX rircoiautpn tTir.k- Jl f DHtL. autowrip'Kifj tnanaaer - Ti lL,i".(.t M- sobukm nuuer; KILL CCVUCat, BOO t1TVOHl. tm LAO. auauw aausiaaia. Sokamptiua fnca f ma acneBcr r t ar nmr. Enwrap a aaoanO -cvvx at v mom. ffa ai Lineau. Mbraaa. saver Qm mo t Kimm . li Tat Dail.fraaii m aaBlxme at tar junaoiAxn at the Fat-ucr asKciuut aa Sranmt PabLKauau. Piia tMtaticw atujl aa Int tfm miiih ar w ar an imvwr. rnear my innrai aT Vnai culmi .mm ma atiiwa cimeraHV. vtnaera For tlirairi wkt mmm aatoiiM ar fcm atwreac aa aaertwf oorticwaaT citMrttM, cMtoct: THE DAVIS SCHOOL SERVICE S01 Stuart toiUw) LiocoLm, Nehraski PhtM: 424fSI " "w w a xna nrm'mt aecartawa amv if St. , - .a, - - Stw Concepti of Derizn I Li;, .-JLJ:- .!, "?f "0' JTafi-: 999 VY BACK, COPPER. Spare Parts 'Peanuts' On First just wasn't noticed. I really couldn't do anything very weH" and he withdrew into a fantasy world. After many disappoint ments in his career, the art ist finally sold a cartoon panel to a Minnesota news paper and ultimately was hired by United Features syndicate in New York. In 1950. eight daily newspapers carried "Peanuts" which fi nally appeared in its first Sunday comic section in 1352. Today, the strip is car ried in more than 800 news- About Letters ! TW B4ILT VF1E'N trrtan wens, nnli a m-tflMr tm. mA a Int CMm mm- arruL ra a tm- Intra1 aa via a KfeaMd a a a mm SL Stoaent Cjbob. a Mmdar at taa ann, a aaW ft J. TlT(SjtfJ fCafJOTA. . . Orrrat a a 4 Ircifcaur tarmaw '' thr rturti at pat-BratMa. U-nr jji tMUn aur a tdtmrd ar iiMfI. . a: aMaaaeir avaa wim be tumm. B E tj immmmmmmmmtmmammimr- J A. J .f fr.A i VI v t : " t ' a It t i L if $. i 1 1 ,: I " i: - - ' i - - Drawing Board papers in 40 countries and nine languages. Ideas for the strip are captured by Schulz from ev erything from weekly news papers to medical journals. Although the cartoon has appeared in books and in spired many retail products such as dolls, sweatshirts and records. Schulz said " basically. I'm still in the business of trying to draw funny pictures for tomor row's paper." I SHOP MONDAY CY AfTft CAT Golds OF NEBRASKA WAS fCfE Cf VtYTtHK A v f ? i -Kv 11 s Ship Ahoy! . Nautical Look for Petite Juniors IA the dec! with tlie nmM rrfrehin look of tle cmi . . . die nautical I'mA. So wiuirt ftw wnmttr tun. From k'eEy rdea in I0CK rayon, mizet 5-13. cocoabrowo ith pink, or naymiii. 12A0 COLD Juuiur Ort Secxwd Fluor Any Evidence If Stoneage Statesman number two believes "rea son is supreme" then he should not object to giving some evidence or reasoning to support the following of his statements: 1. " . . . certain faculty members held Dr. Jack's words as if they were the Ten Com mandments." 2. That the speech by Dr. Homer Jack clearly showed the stand of the ultra-left on a fanatic binge." 3. That Dr. Jack "relied on emotionalism, not facts and reasons." 4. The implication that "cer tain faculty members" are fanatics. (This is implied by saying that faculty Article Lacked Originality Dear Editor: A few days ago, as I was sitting on an island in the middle of this Interstate we call life, a college news paper was handed to me. Since there are so many fulfilling, really fun preoc cupations on this island. I slowly began a careful per usal of the paper. Much to my astonishment and. I might add, utter gratifica tion. I fov.nd a serial article on a subject which is a per ennial favorite of mine SEX. After taking the init ial precaution of scanning "View From the Right" in order to lull my fellow in habitants into a false sense of security, I immediately shifted left in order to con centrate all my attention on man's favorite sport (Yes. fellow denizens, most of us can't afford football stadiums in our back vards.l At this point I feel I must pause to protect my self from the savage, in digenous natives who are lurking behind every sand hill and mineral spring. Never have I had the least intellectual dalliance with that modern. Western here sv known as (excuse me. Prof. Bouwsma "PLAYBOY PHILOSOPHY." Just for the record. I'm not an ad vocate of free love either. (Although if student park o f 0 U 0 (0 txrWfX', -raw" AND THURSDAY, 9:30 OTHER DAYS TO 5:30 " v if PLUS: GREEN STAMPS 'Stone-Age'? members accept Jack's statements followed by say. ing "Only fanatics could listen and believe.") One statement, especial ly, would appear to require a very great deal of justifi cation: "Now thousands of students will have to listen to the conditioned respon ses so faithfully memorized by the 'moulders of the mind.'" Such a statement appears at the very least to be irresponsible. Finally, I ask you to an swer the charge that you are hiding behind a p e n name. Jim Steinmaa ing space keeps diminish ing, it's going to be the on. Iy thing left) I'm just a plain, old-fashioned Platon ist who has turned his back on this messy, material world In order to concen trate solely on forms. The first thing which im pressed me about the ar ticle was the splendid way in which it was presented so straight for ward, so straight laced, so straight jacketed. My criticism of the article can be disposed of in one neat paraphrase. Never has so much, been quoted for so many, by so few. If there's anyting an island dweller appreciates, it's an original thought in the press. Now I realize that writing about the sex problem in the Rag is a touch-and-go situation. (In fact, if I have interpreted Travis H i n e r correctly, once we have eliminated this touch-and-go situation, there will be no sex prob lem at all.) However, if Mr. Hiner gets an urge to quote in the future, may I sug gest that he refers himself to Henry Miller and Law rence DurrelL Even to us medievalists w hoses eyes are on the sparrow, they are candid, controversial, and intellectual just what is needed to snap an island out of its tropical lethargy. Ross Barker Pretty Soon- A.M. TO 9 P.M. ' V r i .v. ' . : :t.