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Lincoln Daily Nebraskan (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Lincoln, NebraskaSenate committee to decide no budget this week Thea week eleven senator who make up the unicameral appropriations committee will hold in their hands the Fate of the University for the next two Yeara. Faced with three alternate budget suggestions presented by the Board of i events and Chancellor c. S. Boucher it is their problem to decide and recommend to the Tegla lature. The University budget allotment for the 1939-Il biennium. At �4,085,w3. The University had originally Petit shed the governor for �4,085.603, but impressions gained from the committee hearing on the budget tuesday indicate that the school will be fortunate it their allotment is As High As the 1937-39 appropriation of �3,740.940. According to acting chairman John Callan of the appropriations committee the state just does t have enough Money to go around Chian eur Boucher on behalf of the Board of regents Iubelt led three plans to the committee which could be adopted by the with the they re University in accordant with the budget that chive. S Plana presented flashing the budget below the 1937-39 All Olry t would probably mean the is on of a plan embodying the. Wing changes Quot with is sent limited to the number of. Jents for which resources Aro take liable to maintain creditable s defensible standards a Maxiem limit for exam ple 5,000 students could be maintained administratively. 1, by retaining tie present admission policy but raising stand Anis for retention of Good standing by students and thus increase dismissals materially in the first and second year. The probable result of such a measure would be a larger number of students than at present could rightly object that they were permitted to attempt to pursue programs not appropriate for their abilities and needs. 2. By increasing fees. Such a setup would increase the Revenue per student but would reduce the total enrolment some what on the economic status not a few excellent students who Are barely Able to remain in College because of Lack of funds would be unable to do so if fees were raised. Such a policy of economic selectivity is not defensible education Sec budget Page 4. The official newspaper of More than 6,000 students vol Xxxviii no. 110. 2 406 sunday March 19, 1939 Alios Aladdin song writers meet at 2 30best tune submitted to win $10 Price Bob Edelstein directs music Campus song writers interested in submitting music for the Kos met cub s Spring my Ideal show "a11h.s and Dan Quot arc asked to meet this afternoon at 2 30 o clock in room 308 of inc to Talon. A prize of �10 will be awarded to the writer of the song which is judged the Best of Alt those be Loc cd for use in the show according to Bob de Elstun song director. Chorus tryouts tuesday. Final tryouts for the Pony chorus and Horeni win be conducted tuesday evening in uie basement of teachers College at 7 30. All men Olio tried out last week and any others interested in gaining a place should report at that time. A principal members of the a How s cast have been selected and include Everett Quot Duke Quot Deger Veteran of last Spring s Quot a secs ladies Quot Louis Wilkins. Jim m i Nick Joe Stephens Bob Johnston Sidney Campbell Darrel Peter Raymond Brown John Ma-8ce songs Page 3. Baltimore editor to address . Congo press convention j. F. Essory to speak in Lincoln twice Friday j. Frederick Tessary of the Baltimore Sun will journey to Lincoln this week to a University convocation Friday morning end also to appear As guest speaker at j. Frederick essay of Barimore Sun Fame the 66th annual Nebraska state press also Clfton convention March 23 to 25. The Maryland newspaper executive will speak at the convention see editor Page 2. Uni singers feature modern russian number next Sunda Strawinski s fire Bird played Here first time a Modem russian number to be played for the first time in in Caln Igor Strawinski s Brilliant suite from the Floc blvd a will be featured when the University sym a Aroln Jour Nat. Don a. Lentz. Conducts or Chetoni. Phony and Uio University singers a resent a concert sunday March 3, at 3 o clock in the Cou Seum. Orchestration hard to get. According to Don a. Menu who will conduct the orchestra per Norma cos of the suite Are Seldom Given Over the country because of the extreme difficulty in securing see singers Page 2.cashen discusses Seville Cathedral choir vespers set for this afternoon at 5 Russell Cashen University of Nebraska Junior will talk on the Spanish Cathedral at Seville thu Alt Moon at the sunday Cathedral choir vespers to be held in the ballroom sri of the hotel com Quaker at 5 p. M. The choir under the direction of John Rosborough will sing two numbers. The first will be Quot motets in b Flat major Quot by Bach and the second will be the Quot cherubim song Quot from the greek orthodox Church written by Chr composer Glinka Gnu Gaitor. Furr will play As the guest Organ Spray Crawford takes grand championship Sam Nisley wins Reserve honors on of Campus at Junior a Sar Ben climaxing a weekend of gala Celebration 406 people jammed the horse barn on the a Campus last night where they witnessed the final affair in the a College Tun Lor a Sar bin meet a livestock show and an exhibition of agricultural skills. Ray Crawford. Alliance freshman. Was awarded the grand championship in the livestock showmanship exhibit on for his sheep exhibit. Fur winning the grand championship he was awarded the coveted grand Cham Plo Nahle cup by the Block and bridle club. Sponsor of the meet. Sam Nisley of was awarded the Reserve championship for ids hog exhibit. With 60 aspirants entering their prize Swine sheep horses Dairy cattle and beef cattle in the contest com Petlon was very keen j. B. Garvock an official of the St. Joseph mo., stockyards judged the How Manalp ext Dpi ton. Ribbon winners. First to fifth place winners in each of the ave divisions of the Hexhi gluon were awarded ribbons. Ribbon winners included a i Nim Marvin bit utter of Pic a Rajih alien o St tort for rat Man. Of a tit i Anrold Baboon. ton lot Fohle Van Winkle. Silver Cut to. Sheep re a Crew too. All Tanee Conri Irwin cur i Holt ii Miller Benedict Rolt Henna nazi let Mindol can Rlyn Buelt a. Thou Temli. Beet a tue Keenr Tesi Meler butt third Brwon Chiwon Dave upon Robert ugh in weit Al try inn Wilc knit Burn Robert Derr Twu Niech. How san raft lev ask locus lament Peak diver. Cola. A Arniotis Howard Clerine Ixia look Neon Nenna Carl Cox. Peonio. Whirr clue a Howard Zorn Rattan Buo see Crawford Page 3.harmony hour Feo furs firebird suite Mondoy strap Kiflay s Quot firebird suite Quot will be featured on the Harmony hour program tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 5 o clock in Union parlor x. The program sponsored by sinfonia is arranged along with commentary notes by Robert Buddenberg and will be presented by Guy Scott. Additional numbers will be Quot revenge with music Quot by Andre Kostela and Quot in a persian Market Quot by Ket Eiby. Two come Forward As sponsors of choir trip to n. Y. Fai Gillilan leads Union laugh session today Washington d. Poet humorist to provoke merriment at 4 o clock one of America s Foremost humorists Strickland Gittan Washington d. C., will conduct a University laugh session this Afler 8tricklan0 Gillilan a. Promises hilarity noon at 4 o clock in the Union ballroom. Union officials were myster Loua when questioned about the topic see Gillian Page 4.backers ask anonymity group leaves june 6 for programs in East to despairing officials of the Lincoln Cathedral choir came two Anonymous nebraskans Friday with a magnanimous offer to Back the 60 voice group in its trip to uie new York world s fair. Hardly daring to believe their ears John m. Rosborough director and student officials of the choir lie Ord the proposal Over a quiet luncheon table from two persons who have asked that they be Given no publicity. Choir members heard of the offer for the first time last night choir leaves june 6. With financial backing assured the choir will leave for new York june 6 for a series of programs tasting Between two and three weeks depending on engagements yet to be made. Commenting on the trip director Rosborough said Quot without a doubt this is the finest choir in be Ever new York appearances tentatively scheduled have been confirmed As a result of the new see choir Page 3.mortar Board Transfer initiated into no group special initiation services were held for Woodie Campbell a Transfer from the University of Georgia by the Active chapter of mortar Board this morning in the mortar Board rooms of the Union los Campbell was a member of the local senior women s honorary at Georgia which has just become a new chapter of mortar Board an initiation breakfast followed the ceremony. Frances Boldman was in Chari of arrangement for the break fast. Barb women elect . Board officers tuesday museum puppets to show in ooh Joslyn memorial books troupe for ploys today mass Marjorie Sheu unfelt and the University state museum puppeteers will present two puppet shows at Joslyn memorial in Omaha this afternoon and evening. Prof. Paul Grummann director of Joslyn memorial has invited the University group. At 2 o clock the play let Quot one Eye two eyes and t7iree-eyes.&Quot a fairy tale by the Grimm Brothers will be presented to a Clit Dren a audience in the main auditorium. At 8 o clock the University group will present Paul Mcpharlon i Sii Ecial Ada Pluton of Quot it. George and the this program is for a trains and friends of Joslyn memorial writer invades Back i it Page Sanctity smells to find players acting it a love of work k4mir a mtg Tih Mynns skim re Andrlw �1w Wila thu nil a it Timm a pm Briark of Lair i no Var riot or in Uin is cd Burkt tar Butner. Dirt a is or try us put. To Kra a a a hit a us Vejum Luik r4flirtiilau. University players concluded Belr 1938-39 season last night and they regretted it their worst is painstaking and nerve wracking they receive tue real credit for uie Thunga they do Adverse critic nehi without flinch Well and Lake Clem cast at tag. The love for acting Tho perhaps premature in most cases. Is in the hearts of those students who a amp a re file hours of study play and sleep to by together and put on these shows. We invaded the brn Ralty of the backstage last Tugler just to Seu Liat went for the hell of in the material for a Yam was so atau Donl. That with the per to Salon of the University players we give you our notes. Token Back Mage. Before the play went backstage ,. A m e 11 of grease paint cigarettes not any to invigorating. Jovia Lity of play see players Page 2.melvo Kim lefty Ann Duff vie for presidency Barb women go to the polls tuesday to elect members and the president of the Barb a. W. Stoard. For the first ume in history the president will be elected and in the running Are Melva Kime and Betty Ann Duff. Until this year the senior Barb member of uie a. W. A Board has autom aurally a lied the presiden Ual Post but according to Tho Iniard s new Constitution and upon the approval of the associated women student of the Campus the Barb senior member will serve As vice president instead of the president who will be elected. 3 run for Benlor Post. The Ouier members to be elected will include one senior four juniors and four Sophomore senior elective member will be chosen from nominees room Lac Stuart Harriet leu and Gwen Jack. Four juniors flu be elected from the following candidates Victoria Ekblad Arlene Kelien Barger. Irene Blenker. Helen Lall Ruth Mac Festal Jeanet Swenson Candy titles for the four Sophomore positions Are Peggy Beyl Dorothy Faulkner. Alberta Hnl-1am, Jean Macalister Betty Jean Spud aug. Highest Junior is Secretary. At least one member from each class must be from of College. Junior member receiving lbs highest number of votes jul Boot be Secretary while office of Truas-6ee Barb a. W. 8. Page 4
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