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Vol. 81, No
The Daily Nebroskon
Monday, September 20, 1965
"Need some help with your books?" tiny Anne McGough
asks Goef Heiden. Following the latest campus 'must' for
men, umbrella-laden Goef just can't seem to handle the
books, too. Naturally, it's a conscientous coed to the
W. C. "Claire" Harper, an
administrator whose service
at the University covered the
terms of six chancellors, re
tires at the end of September
ty began in
1917 when as
a high school
from the Ne
Hills, he got
a part - time Harper
job running errands on the'
Later, while attending the
University, he worked for the
registrar, became assistant
! to the dean in 1923 on a full-:
j time basis, and in 1927 be-!
; came assistant to Dean T. J. 1
j Thompson in the office of
i Student Affairs,
j Ten years later, after re
i cepit of his master's degree.
he was named assistant dean
iand the title of "dean" stuck
with him throughout his Uni
j During this period he was
.primarily involved with stu
; dent counseling, fraternities
land student publications,
j When Harper began his as
sociation with the University,
I Chancellor Avery headed the
msuiuuon, Demg ionowea dv
Chancellors, Burnett, Bouch
er, Gustavson. Selleck. and
the present chancellor. Dr.
Clifford M. Hardin.
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THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET ... to appear at the University Friday.
Brubeck To Give Concert
On Sheldon Lawn Friday
Today Last Day
The Dave Brubeck Quartet and international awards in the age of five he began im- too record seller in the lazz
.u. tt: appear in concert at the recognition for his contribu-rnvisinfr themes of h nn I area.
said he has been particularly .t Gallerv. ,won at one time or another ic studies through college. At known Experiments in polv-
lmpressed with two: First. Tne concert is sponsored by virtually every poll and award Mills College he organized an;rh.vthms have long been "a
r Tn !. m Z : i the ebTaska Lnion rine arts I37-7- ! experimental jazz group Brubeck trademark.
serwces. in tne oia aaj s. a Series, and there is no admis- Brubeck was born in C o n- knnwn a- Th( R , Members of the Brubeck
GB mffl :ftud!nt ca"le and JeS sion charge- In case of b a d cord. Calif., the youngest of, c i Quartet include: Paul D e s-
fHOUS itered' .Paid 1SeeS' and thf 'eather the Prgrara be thr sons- Classical pfano lit-1 ora "The 8 group, Bru- mQnd ,ayi atQ sax; Joe
-jr jWent to look for a room to held in the Coliseum. erature was such an integral j beck gained fame in the world Morello. drummer, and Gene
v-At r,.n- i .t t . ,, . , , . ;rent ow tne lirst question ( Brubeck has won national part of his home life, that at of jazz. He is currently t h e : Wright, playing the bass.
A ot everyone will admit it, j Lmbrellas have been big is, Uhat kind of living ac-' ! . fa y J " ,
uui rain is in siyie mis year, j on me tast coast campuses : commoaations floes tne uni
The big question is: What j for a long time," one sales- j versity have?" j
would a large percentage of ; man explained. "Nebraska is Second, the passing of the'
the campus do if it didn't rain i wav behind in picking up the old military-type procedures. F-jr Ppoictrntlon
and umbrellas had to be left style." : "It used to be that when a! 1 Wl RC3 ,JM UI,UI 1
in the closet? - He pointed out that not only student was being dropped i . .
Chances are that at the pre- are they in style and an ad-: f om the University, the dean ' J J5 s ' Jay
sent rate umbrellas would still Aitinn 0, would write a letter to the regjstnmon, drop and adds
hp i,rfroin nr in dition to any man or worn-' 0fc n . and late payment o! fees.
shade the sun or in an utter wardrobe, but that they -and-so. your son is being; Some courses which were JJ M the fUD Tr JZl Th.e ?rP.eaD attitudC
Learning about people t h e ; gium, with the others. ; scribed bv McMulleB w h 0
nrlfl nvpr linkpn n-itn thp ApnrHino tn Twan.T n 11 i c - '
fun they had was foremost Baudoin, European manager. said EuroPeans are "con
1 r ,l: . . . . a -l m .j. r f,, r u r n..ni. 1. n..i 110 f-prnpn alMiiit Ih 1mnrpinn
ture loving girls would sprout acvc,11 Ul li,e """S5' nni in more counseling, conferring courses as Italian, Geology, i 7rc T ', 'k V " ,i
D mk-J:ii j - . . ,. h hi . .u;'u k u "ve University students who; dents from 62 schools partici- thev make on us. They ac-
111 ?ltd S3 ram frontofhmblk,nghls"ew a"d.f0axmg,7h.lch ,s Proba-, Philosophy 10C, Speech 9C. participated in the Students I pated in the program 1 a s t : ceted us and knew we
storm but this year it seems of the whole field). bly just as weU Education 31, Classics 73, Abroad program of People-to-! summer. Of thesf. 227 were Sed to Lct people "
liiai no man is a man or ladv ine salesman did caution narper saia nis pians ior . , . .. .
a lady ithout his or her per- that a stylish umbrella can't , the future are indefinite. i , T 4U . . u mA m uoro 5th -t1' A a
xvuiv. ! i ijc mice guis or an;"' mv. 4 . v.
Helm Dnnnie .Tones a n A 'travel Section.
umer open courses inciuae .T.inrta Mi.fffirct nartipinntprf
j Chemistry 1, German 1 and jn orientations and then the
j "home stay" part of the pro-
tudenfs Tour Euro
auiNiimntc ui uiiiuieua van- vci iauitn, d oami- uiujjjreu Hum uie umveisiiy previously closed are now op
il day's football game proved. for inadequate scholastic' oc
in preceding years a few lon as one did-t achievement; very truly"" " " " -"f-lnce
n,.nni,n., ... AS luli ds 0')e Ulun 1 "ae 4t - ,h Snares are availahlp in such
be worn with just anything. 1 du: inmU. 1 1 ;
Umbrella protocol calls for a Phl Lambda Upsilon
"This differed from t h e
stereotjTJe impression of
Americans." Miss Muff inter-
Some things for instance ; jected. "The typical American
not having a bath tub are no to Europeans is loud-mouthed.
One male student who re- Umbrella protocol calls for a
fused to reveal his name for suit or sweater with a tie or j Elects New Officers
odvious reasons said. "Since some type ot overcoat, yet I pnj Lambda Upsilon hon-! Anthropology 12.
umbr. th'e firt thing I do understand isomethin !2SaS1 The in course op- f-n. During the omln for the students at t h e ( big-moneyed, and has lots of
every morning is look out the once believed sissified c a n Tnev are- -; enings is extremely fluid . ac- ffflnXVw .,
SoSrarrt presi-1 cording to Dr. Floyd Hoover, ; n'
IZfsomS Imiehtv?n -footbai nlavers were fr ident-: C' DaVld Boherts' vice i registrar. Thus it is necessary independently for an addition-jUable, however, as those ten E knew about4ras.
start a nTw S Richard G. Parker, . to go to the Coliseum a n d ! al seven weeks. weeks correspond to at least ka than in New York."
siari a new trend and use it rying tnem-and Saturday ev-; secretary Roger Hoburg, u.atf.h fnr niwin-c ; Free Trave Program lfiix month f fitndv m nne's1
instead of sun elassps" ervone from thp Tnnnrpnt tn . . . . " r : waicn ior openings. , ... .. . ! monin siuuy on ones
Several college deans are in der the free travel program
instead of sun glasses." ; ervone from the Innocent to treasureJr: Pau? 3 Wolle:
It makes no difference sil- ( the stylish freshman was eith- QllITTini oan,.a, na'
ver tipped gold tipped al- er covered by or bracing him- Malinoski jr.f sergeant - at - the Coliseum to help students for all ten weeks after he had
are actually silver ones filed more boys than girls.
down and painted), black or "Mistakenly the umbrella:
T 1. . . K ...... 1 n,.n4;,nr.Hf
with their course programs. , first participated in the ori- Xn j
brown or possibly red and carrier used to be laughed - ... , i' . fff
white for the football games at," a salesman said, "but -1' - .'"" '.. 'a i" ,
almost any umbrella will this was onlv a smirk from
An th uncnnhictiz-utpH Thpt a-a i
Lincoln clothing stores all practical and they do look fVk 4" ' V i , ' XT "
pointed out that actually Ne- well. Distinguished men have , $7J '(.
orabKa is laie in aaaing an iwen carrying mem ior years. " Jt Z .
umbrella to the chic clothes- Rain or no rain this has j wfi "St --
conscious college student's become the Age of the Urn- j v J? " 'V-
warurooe. I ureua
Theatre To Open j J0llman Ends
.59" ' Asian Duties
The University Theatre will
hold its annual kick-off lunch-; 0mahaDr I Perrv Toll
SLTSP;S ined ,orLTa a
The luncheon marks the be-1 iViecuc,ne
ginning of the theatre's sea-! For the past academic year
son ticket drive. j he has been in Thailand as an
All organized houses on 1 advisor to the Medical School
campus have been invited tot of Chiengmai. consulting with; f
sena representatives 10 par-1 us lacuity in strengthening
ticipate in the campaign. The and improving teaching in
xwo-nouse memoers seuing patnology.
the largest numoer ot ticxets
in proportion to their house
membership, will be desig
Dr. Tollman, who was dean
of the College of Medicine
Tiatd honorary nroducers for , from to 1964, returns to
the 1985-66 season. ! the faculty as a professor of
The announcement of the pathology.
two winners and runner-ups
will be made at the opening c... ... . ,
night of "Macbeth", Friday, j r"'K Deadline Fixed
"winning organization for Student Teachers
will receive trophies to be Elementary education ma
kept during the 1965-66 school , jors who ,a to jsler f
year and the 1966 Rush week, BtuAmt teacning for"the gec.
as will the organization win-! ond semester must file an
nuig second place Last year 1 plication before 0ct ,
Sigma Kappa and Delta Sig-1
ma Phi won the competition. Application forms are avail
The ticket sales period is j able in Room 202 of the Teach
from Sept. 21 to Oct. 13. ers College.
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i K I
W - - f
' .'.'"" :, ' ' " ' - '
Diida . .
added, "Nothing was disap
pointing even when I
wrecked my car." . .
Opinions as to the major! tn Yf 1 1 wrYl
j value of their trips differed IIIIWI II
slightly from individual to in-i
dividual The University apparently
Inadequate As Student i w 'iu. aSain a tional lead
... .. . t. , er in enrollment increases in
: Miss Helm mentioned tlie.,)0ln agriculture and h 0 m e
.feeling of inadequacy as a economics this faU.
student. Everyone seemed to r , .. . . t it
speak four languages and Preliminary registration fig
,know so much more than I:uj"es in,dicate that agricul tur
did. I came back wanting to!al enrollment wiU be about 24
earn per cent higher than last fall.
... ,. , . and home economics students
. It s hard to say. replied jncrease b as h flg
Miss Jones. Perhaps it was 34 per cent
gaining an appreciation and m '
love for everything European. .Thf , lep, n. exP.ect,
Oh yes, and eating things like fbout 1 -000 students in agr.cul-
kidney pie-Pd never eaten ure- and m0.re than in
kidneys here." 'ome onom'cs-,.fcc"rdni!.t0
J 1 Dean Elvm Frolik. Both fig-
Miss Muff thought that the! ""Is wou'd be all-time peakB
value was In "meeting people, j and "uM compare with 813
And learning that people all fY1 m- respectively, for last
over are reallv the same. I
still have friends in Europe Between 1960 and 1964. the
that 1 met this summer." : University's enrollment in ag
riculture increased 34.1 per
Gaining a more internation- j pnnt. compared with a nation
al viewpoint was impressive ?1' increase of 11.1 per cent,
to McMullen. "I now under-, according to figures supplied
stand how a foreign student! by Dr. F. E. Eldridge. direc
feels when he comes to t h e tor of resident instruction at
United States. It's quite a cul- the College,
tural shock. I remember the Frolik said sharply mount
waitress in Paiis who t 0 1 dj Ing interest in agricultural ed-
us that we drank too m u c h
water and should drink wine."
People, Coke Everywhere
ucation probably has come
about because "people are
recognizing the great breadth
. Shades of old in tine TD drive.
All four expressed interest of opportunities available to
in the differences between the our graduates."
ways of life. Miss Muff ex-j He said there has been an
pressed it as "things 1 i k ej increasingly strong demand
people and Coca-Cola are in-, for men with agricultural
ternational. yet these things training on the part of indus
are different from country to. tries associated with agricul
I country." I ture.
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