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    Friday, January 16, 1959
The Daily Nebroskon
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Speech-Hearing Group
Installation Set Today
Sigma Alpha Eta Forms;
Chapter Has 35 Members
Installation of Sigma Alpha
Eta, professional speech and
hearing therapy fraternity,
will take place at 7:30 p.m.
today in Parlor Z of the
Union.
Twenty-eight key members
will be initiated into the or
ganization during the installa
tion ceremonies, according to
'Matchmaker'
The final tryouts for "The
Matchmaker", a farce co
medy in four acts, will be
today at 5 p.m.
Tryouts will be held in
the Arena Theatre, 303
Temple, Parts are open to
all regularly enrolled stu
dents, including second se
mester freshmen women,
Rehersals are slated to
start at the beginning of the
second semester.
Civil Service
Posls Available
In Accounting
Applications to fill Account
ing Clerk and Supervisory
Accounting Clerk positions in
Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Ne
braska, Missouri, North Da
kota and South Dakota are
now being taken in the Ninth
Civil Service Region.
Eligible applicants may ap
ply for positions in: Accounts
Maintenance; Voucher Exam
ining; Cash Accounting; and
Time, Leave and Payroll. Be
ginning salaries range from
$313 to $374.
Additional information and
application forms may be ob
tained by contacting the Ex
aminer in Charge, Board of
U.S. Civil Service Examiners,
U.S. Post Office, Lincoln, or
from the Director, Ninth U.S.
Civil Service Region, New
Federal Building, St. Louis,
Md.
CHRISTIAN'S
PIZZARIA
8 varieties of PIZZA
3 Sizes $2.00. 1.S0, 75c
Dining Room Service
5 P.M.
Now 2 Stores
! Store 1
889 No. 27
Ph. 2-4859
Open every day except
Tuesday
C 41 4811 Holdresre
Store 2 ph.8-2304
Open every day except
Monday
For Best Prices in
Selling
and Lowest Prices when
Buying
GO TO
PEDEN'S
"Students' Busy Corner"
1245 R 2-3474
shovels . . .
Charles Falls, president of the
group.
Pennsylvania Beginning
The fraternity, only speech
and hearing organization in
the country, had its beginning
at Pennsylvania State Uni
versity in 1947. The Uni
versity chapter will be the
50th installed.
Officers of the organization,
in addition to Falls, are
Sharon Kokes, vice-president;
Kay Nielson, secretary; Sue
Goldhammer, corresponding
secretary; and Kay McCrory,
treasurer.
35 Members
Harlan Adams, assistant
professor of speech, is the
faculty advisor of SA.
The chapter membership to
tals 35 persons, Falls noted.
For the past year and a half,
the campus organization has
undergone a probationary
period. Final approval of the
chapter's constitution came
from the national head
quarters Nov. 18. Adams will
conduct the installation cere
monies. Initiates of the chapter into
key membership are: Kay Mc
Crory, Liz Robinson, Martha
Crocker, Sharon Kikes, Linda
Fahrlander, Kay Nielson,
Judy Lindgren, Dennie Holt,
Sue Goldhammer, Charles
Falls, Edythe Morrow, Shir
ley Deines, Jean Puppe, Jill
Weyand, Zella Long, Sharon
Van!;
Lee Ransten, Dick Shugrue,
Jack Lamphere, M y r n a
Hunter, Mary Jo McCune,
Mary Lynn Anderson, Phil
Melmer, Barbara Holmes,
Jackie Hoyt, Charlene Fergu
son, Carl Halker and Dixie
Stephens.
Foreign Students
Must File at PO
All foreign students are re
quired by the Department oi
Justice, Bureau of Immigra
tion and Naturalization, to file
their present whereabouts.
During this month, they
must fill out Form 1-53 at the
United States Post Office
Building here in Lincoln.
NEBRASKAN
CLASSIFIEDS
Wanted: Male student to share fur
nished home. Call 3-8280 6-7 P.M.
Driving Calif, after finals. Riders
wanted. Write: 8443 Ayleeworth,
City.
Dublin to the Iron Curtain; Africa
to Sweden. You're oetampanieeV
not herded around. College cgm
only. Also short trips.
EUROPE SUMMER TOURS
15 S Sequoia (Box C), Pasadena, Col.
Lake Sees April 1
Cafeteria Opening
By Sondra Whalen
April 1 will be the open
ing date of the Union's new
cafeteria.
"The cafeteria will be
the first part of the new
Union to be opened,", Du
ane Lake, managing direc
tor of the Union, said. "The
change over to the new part
will be made during Easter
vacation."
The Cafeteria will be lo
cated where the old part of
the Union lounge was locat
ed, extending out to the
glass windows at the front
of the new addition.
Color
The floor will be done in
a vinyl cork pattern with
turquoise walls and match-
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the chairs and benches. The
table tops will be done in a
creamy brown Formica.
"The cafeteria will seat
192 and the new Crib will
seat 312 when we use the
nightclub arrangement,"
Lake said.
He added that the Crib
would probably not be
opened until next fall al
though a "dry run" might
be possible in May.
The formal opening will
be next fall with all facili
ties ready for use.
The completion date for
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the entire first floor is this
summer.
Recreation
"The thing we're so
proud of is that we'll be
able to offer so many rec
reational activities that
aren't possible in the limit
ed space we have now",
Lake said. "Students will
soon be able to do anything
from checking their lunch
to taking a shower in the
Union."
The actual structure of
the building is 70 per cent
finished, Lake said, with
only the front entrance and
terraces left to be done. All
plastering will be complet
ed within three weeks.
Mechanical progress,
which includes the installa-
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soon the finished product
tion of b u i 1 1 i n equip
ment, plumbing and venti
lation, is coming along "on
schedule" with about 6 per
cent of it finished. Seventy
five per cent of the electrical
work is finished.
Painting
"Painting of the old build
ing is being done right
now," Lake said, "although
the painting of the new
part will be one of the last
things finished."
He added that some other
facilities might be ready
for a spring opening, such
as the billiards, table ten
nis, card refreshment and
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party rooms and the little
theater.
Two ballrooms will occu
py the front of the new Un
ion, with glass walls
reaching from floor to ceil
ing along one side. A ro
mantic atmosphere will be
provided for dinner dances
and parties by the terraces
which open off the b a 1 1
rooms. The area can actually be
divided into three separate
rooms by folding doors.
Plush
"There is nothing like it
anywhere in Lincoln,"
Lake said. "The whole
thing will be very plush
and up to date, with even a
reception lounge. People
won't need to sit around
and wait while food is be
ing cleared away to dance."
Patio furniture will adorn
the terraces complete
ly surrounding the new add
ition. "The Union will be com
pletely turned around,"
Lake said. "The front will
face S street with a drive
in entrance."
Students w ill be able to
dance in parts of the new
Crib.
A jump line, where stu
dents may step in and or
der what they want and
leave, and a coffee bar will
DOOR IS OPEN
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campus then, ready to answer your question about a tareer in the
chemical industry . and to point out the advantages of pursuing
that career at Allied.
You'll find it worth your while to get the facts about a company that
has tweive research Jaboratortes and development centers, over
one hundred plants, and a nationwide network of sales offices. It's
worth learning all you can about a company that makes over three
thousand different products-chemicals, plastics, fiberswith new
ones coming along every year.
Come prepared to ask oftr interviewer what you want to know: What
kinds of jobs? Which products? What opportunities for advance
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FOR THE CAREER FACTS YOU NEED
SIGN UP NOW FOR AN INTERVIEW!
DIVIIONS BARRETT -
IASTIC AND COAt CHEMICAL
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provide quicker service.
Students wanting a sand
wich may call in their or
ders at the tables and
booths, then p;ck it up when
their number is called.
The main lounge will
have all glass walls along
one side while the Crib will
have alternating glass and
cork walls, with all glass
after 7 feet.
Next to the main lounge
will be a TV lounge, with
three music rooms follow
ing that. One music room
will be wired for stereo
phonic sound.
"We'll have an attendant
operating it," Lake said.
"Students may simply go
up to his window and re
quest songs."
Hi-Fi Sets
The other rooms will
have hi-fi sets where stu
dents may play their own
records. A new Book-Nook
will be next to this.
The ground floor will
boast many recreational ac
tivities, among them a 10
lane bowling alley and sev
eral multiple service party
rooms. A little auditorium
Mill have a sloped floor
with permanent seating installed.
Typewriters For Rent
Try Our Rental-Purchase Plan
Special Student- Rates
NEBRASKA TYPEWRITER CO.
125 No. Ilt-h Phone 2-4284
Typewriter Ribbons Put On
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A barber shop and com
muters luncheon will also
be located in the basement.
Locker rooms for men and
women will be provided so
that Lincoln students may
freshen up or rest before
classes.
Air-Conditioned
"The entire Union will be
air-conditioned," Lake
said. "We'll have our own
plant which we can turn on
at any time."
The third floor will be de
voted primarily to activi
ties. The Student Union as
an activity will then be
able to service all other
groups, doing things such
as issuing supplies.
"We'll have an area to
make signs, mimeograph or
type," Lake said. 'They
can even eat up there be
cause we'll provide vend
ing machines."
Ladies and men's rooms
will also be provided on the
third floor as well as a file
room for all activities,
typewriters and lockers.
Some of the rooms will be
equipped with kitchenettes
so that groups may have
refreshments.
The cost of the two-story
project is $1,300,000.
THE FACTS
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