The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 11, 1958, Page Page 4, Image 4
i lie lajhv iNcLrQ;.un Union Bulletin Board Tuesday Gamma I'mMi Lunehaoa. aooa. Ar Scirnfe Conncii. 13 Soil Un, Act. Public BaUUoiu Comm.. 4:00, SIS I lniw. Varstt. -.raft, 314 Vm. Art. Hospitality Comm., 4 00. ill , Beiniun Brum Leaaona. 4 -in A Advanced BrkUe Laaaooa. ,:Uo. A la. AcL Munc Comm.. S-00. 211 ' l-'n. Act. 0 Ent. Comm.. 5:l. Com Cb, S:00. 318 Vn. Art. Comm.. 6:30, Jit AUr Mil., 6:3U. C Mortar Board, 7:00, 314 ! Jr. IFC. 7.0O. 1 Coast Cou melon Dm rt. 7:15,. biU-I room j NUCWA. 7:S0. 315 ! KHRRF Ml., 8:00. i Llocola ladiaa Halation Council, 1:10. : 31 1 KVOy-TV Tuesday I SO 8tn( HI 6tn( Lo a:4& Taa Friandlr Giant C Evenlnj Preloda 4 90 TV Claaaroom T Let's Viui school :S T For Survival t Lanxuaaa and LinqiuatM : SO Documentary Unefiac Use Nebraskan Want Ads Main Feature Clock Stuart: "The Blob," 1:15, 5:00, 4:40, 6:20, 8:00, 9:40. Nebraska: "Villa," 1:00, 4:05, 6:56, 10.01. "Naked Earth," 2:28, 5:17, 8:22. Lincoln: "In Love And War," 1:10, 3:10, 5:15, 7:20, 9:25. Varsity: "The Last Hur rah." 1:00, 3:08, 5:16, 7:24, 9.32. State: "Teenage D o 1 1," 1:20, 3:49, 6:18, 8:47. "Bad man's Country," 2:28, 4:57, 7:26, 9:55. Joyo: "Damn Yankees," 7:10, 9:20. Stan-lew: "Cartoon," 7:15. "God'i Little Acre," 7:25. "The Teahouse Of The August Moon," 9:25. "Last Complete i Show," 8:25. 84th & 0: "Cartoons," 7:15. ; "Stars & Stripes Forever." 7:30. "White Feather," 9:10. , "Red Skies Of Montana," 10:40. i Swimming Course j Starts Nov. 17 A Red Cross Handicapped Swimming Instructor's course : will be offered in the YWCA! pool Nov. 17-21 from 7-10 p.m. The course, which will be taught by Rusty Gates, Red Cross Field Representative, 1 will Include explanations and. demonstrations of methods! used in teaching swimming' to handicapped children and adults. All members of the Red Cross Water Safety commit- tee and any other interested persons are urged to attend. Upon completion of the 15- hour course, persons holding current Water Safety Instruc tor's certificates will be eli gible to receive Handicapped Swimming Instructor's cer tificates. THE STtANGE WOULD MR. MUM No Donee Room? Try the Sewer A fraternity at last has found a place to hold a Hal loween party where you don't have to pay rent and can use one of the largest ' dance floors in the world. The Kansas State Coll eg- ian reports that at the Uni- versity of Southern Califor- I nia a ''Sewer Party" was staged with about 300 stu dents slithering into the I city's storm drain. A three-Diece combo blar- ! ed out rock and roll tunes in the cement cavern as the costumed students dan ced over a mile-length of the 10-foot wide drain. To keep in harmony with the surroundings, punch was served from 20-gallon garbage cans. i r ji t ctv-v u ar i i I t! Off-Campus Grad Training Studied Outside World m 'in Brigritr Bardoft J First new f fllm 4 ' sensation? An unhappy baker in Cranston, R. I., emptied the waste basket not knowing that $340 had fallen into it. He is now ! appealing to the treasury department for fresh currency to j replace the "burned dough." Students Can't (iambic All-day poker games which kept Birmingham University : i England) students away from classes and meals were j banned -particularly when it was discovered that scholar- j ship grants were being gambled away. ! Concrete Evidence Damage estimated at $600 was caused when a motorist ; put 2 to 6 inch tracks in fresh concrete pavement at the ' intersections of 70th and Holdrege and 71st and Ilolarege Saturday night. fo Sunday Paper As the result of a government order and the decision of newspaper vendors who do not wish to work on Sunday, Sunday papers will not be printed in Belgium Sight-see, Don't Climb Climbing in the European Alps took 100 less lives this j year tnan last year, reacning a total ot I'll 1 ibm mar rTT" ft . Qnted Woman"! : i ' 027 BtO BOOK! BIO CAST; WHS SUBOT nit i it bun 1 NOTE: Dut to tha great difference in censorship rules be tween our country and France no children will be ad- imirred Mnumi hi i ii-ifmmwi ill m ; -inurl TOMORROW! Equal Time i We've heard Mrs. Roose ! veil, Kennedy and Douglas; now how about equal time for Dirksen, Bridges and Gold water. Is this tax-supported insti tution so Democrat-dominated that students are only allowed to hear one side? GARY L. RODGERS, Dir. College Young Republicans Neb. Col. G.O.P. In tnaUffc Blaletm i j.u TaaaswsaSwaV erOftdOst. TIME TO ORDER PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS LARGEST QUALITY SELECTION AVAILABLE HOW! GOLDENROD STATIONERY STORE Open Thurwlays to 9 215 North 14th Deaa John Weaver, of the University Graduate College, urged the American Associ ation of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities to make a comprehensive study of off-campus graduate i n -struction. The association is holding a sectional meeting of the an nual convention in Washing ton D.C. Many college-trained scien tific and technical personnel want more education, gener ally at the graduate level, to improve their profession al competence. Dean Weaver said. Employers many times now support further educa tion for their staffs. Far From Campus "Often these scientific-technical people are located far from university campuses," he said, "and because they are mature and have family responsibilities they cannot leave their jobs for instruc tion on a college campus." Pressures have been Hardin Attends Land Grant Meet Chancellor Clifford Hardin and 10 other University staff members besides Dean Weav er are attending the 72nd an nual meeting of the Ameri can Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universi-; ties. The meeting ends Thurs day. ; The delegation attending in-! eludes Deans W. V. Lam-1 bert, College of Agriculture; , Walter Militzer, College of Arts and Sciences, and Mcrk Hobson, College of Engineering-Others in the party are Dr. K. O. Broady, director of the Extension Division; Dr. E. F. , Frolik, associate director of i the Nebraska Agricultural Ex-1 periment Station; Dr. F. E. 1 Eldridge, associate director of resident instruction at the' agricultural college. Miss Agnes Arthaud. state' Home Extension leader; Dr. Florence McKinney. c h ai r man of the Home Economics ; department; E. W. Janike, as sociate director of the Agri-' cultural Extension Service, and George Round, director' of public relations. j brought upon public universi ties to provide on the site training where these people can secure, on a part-time stu dent basis, a master's de gree, or at least programs of a master's degree level. While state universities have an obligation to serve the educational needs of the people. Dean W'eaver sad, there are certain objections to this type of program. Reduced Effectiveness "For one thing, qualify in structional staff for on-cam-pus programs is hard to find," he explained. "Sending these instructors to distant centers frequently reduces their teach ing and research effective ness from sheer fatigue." "Further, there is the be lief held by many educators that the best graduate is the one which comes from intim ate and prolonged con tact with university life, on the campus. "There are many ramifica tions to the off-campus prob lem. In sum, we have on one hand a strong and, probably in most instances, sincere need, and a variety of blink ing yellow lights of caution, if not red lights of danger, on the other hand. The heart of the problem is the complex concept of residency." Young Demos, GOP Friendly People must be real frien dly down at Kansas State. The K-State Collegian re ported nonchalantly that " the Young Democrats and the Young Republicans had an election night party. Coffee was served and a radio and television set were prov ided. Lincoliiite Pictures Scheduled t Over Vacation For Cornhusker Lincoln student residents may have their pictures taken for the 1959 Cornhusker at Ed-holm-Plomgren studio during Thanksgiving vacation. Lincoln residents include : those students who are neith ; er living in dorms nor organ Sized houses, but who wish to have their pictures in the yearbook. Married students, , Lincoln independents, and stu- dsnts living in apartments or ; with relatives for the school I year are included in this cate- "gry- "Edholm's has agreed to take pictures of University 1 students from 9 to 11 a.m. and : 3 to 5 p.m.Nov. 26. and Nov. 28," Dick Basoco, photog raphy editor of the Cornhusk er said. Other students who will be in Lincoln over the vacation and have not had their pic ture taken as yet may sched ule thir pictures for this time. Retakes will also be ' taken. All students w ishing to have their pictures taken during i Thanksgiving vacation should call or come in to the Corn- : husker office in the basement ! of the Union. The price of the four proofs j is $2.50. Edhnim-Blomgren studio is located at 318 South 1 12th. Michaeh s E23ZES3 RftRF ii ARF ARF Continued From Page Sigma Xi Speaker Dr, Stuart Pady of Kansas i State College will speak at ! the Sigma Xi meeting tonight. His lecture. "Mycology, Weather, and Man," is sched uled for 7:30 in the Bessey Hall Auditorium. THEY SAID IT COULDNT BE DONE - BUT TODAYS LM GIVES YOU- 17 Jtyf id v jO v ilia s&v h Lj THEY SAID IT COULDNT BE DONE! T They said that bullfighting was strictly for , t men, and a woman couldn t do it But pretty ? : Pat McCormick, while a student at Texas i ? UAf.frAm r.farT. 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