The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 16, 1959, Page Page 8, Image 8

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The Dailv Nebraskon
Friday, January 16, 1959
OpM to Hi. Public
Saturday Nite, Jan. 17
JOHNNY JAY
Orchestra
CwHt Saturday, Jo. 14
PAVI KAVITCM ORCHESTRA
EAST HILLS
Nr Kasswatilm Mm. 4-II1J
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EX tkeBSCCEST
WAS SPECTACLES 4
Registration Remedies
Heard by Council
(Continued from Page 1)
(almost half the Council)
favored having the Reg
istrar's Office pull the cards
for all students.
The remaining members'
support was divided be
tween suggestions four, six
and seven. There was no
movement in favor of return
ing to the old system or leav
ing the system as it now
stands.
'Student Deprived
The largest objection
voiced against having the
University pull all cards was
the fact that it deprived the
student of the chance to make
his own second and third
choices.
With these outlines, the
s y t e m would work smoth
ly the argument ran. The
big objection to the outlines
were that they contained
some "sour apples," courses
in the late afternoon or on
Saturday morning.
No Solution?
The answer to the "sour
apples" argument was given
that no matter what system
of registration was used,
some students would have to
accept it
In closing, lilair reminded
the Council that they must
"be sure to get what the stu
dents really feel is best, not
just a hasty decision."
A permanent committee to
be known as the Student
Council's registrar's commit
tee was set up during the
meeting.
This committee wouJd have
the job of handling any prob
lems between the students
and the administration in re
gard to registration.
The committee could be
made up of either Council
members or other interested
students or a combination of
both.
V'Arns rats
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DELI6MT1
CORt.HUSl.ERS ALL!
Congregate at the
HOTEL
CORNHUSKER
LANDMARK
TEE PEE
POW WOW
TEE PEE Open 'til 1 A.M.
weekdays and 'til 2 A.M.
Fridays end Saturdays
ENJOY SUNDAY BRUNCH . . .
Served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Adults $2.00 Children $1.00
In History
Memorial
Fellowship
Established
A $2000 gift for the estab
lishment at the University of
a history fellowship as a me
morial for Dr. George Gil
more, pioneer physician in
Murray, was announced to
day. The gift was given by Dr.
John Gilmore of Santa Mon
ica, Calif., son of the prom
inent Cass County resident
and a 1939 graduate of the
University's College of Medi
cine. The principal of the gift
will be used to support a re
search fellowship toward a
Master's degree, specializing
"in local history with special
reference to Cass County."
The late Dr. Gilmore was
one of the founders of the
Cass County, Historical So
ciety and was interested in
history and archeology. He
wrote several articles for the
Nebraska Historical Society's
history magazine and worked
closely with the University's
departments.
Beale to Discuss
Lincoln Trade
W. T. M. Beale Jr., deputy
assistant secretary of state
for economic affairs, will
speak in Lincoln Feb. 17 at a
world trade workshop.
Sponsored by the Lincoln
United Church Women, the
workshop climaxes a survey
to determine the extent of im
ports and exports in Lincoln
and the implications of inter
national understanding and
peace.
Working together on this
project are the women's
groups of 49 local churches
and the Lincoln Chamber of
Commerce, League of Women
Voters and the YWCA public
affairs committee.
The workshop, which is
open to the public, will be
held in Trinity Methodist
Church at 16th and A.
Nuclear Energy Goes on KUON
"VnHear Enere v-Kev tn
Tomorrow", a new KUON-
TV series, begins Monday
over Channel 12 at 8 p.m.
Dr. Warren Witzig, Bettis
Plant Manager of Physics
and Nuclear Design, will
guide discussions with guests
from the area of atom re
search in the 12-program se
ries. The history of nuclear en
ergy from its discovery
through today's applications,
its future uses and potential
peacetime applications will
all be discussed.
KUON-TV
Friday, January 16
5:19 Children's Corner "Bubbles'
f:0O Kveninc Prelude
6:30 TV Classroom Review ei deny
urtry and physics
7:00 Lrathercraft and Summing Up
7:30 Industry on Parade
7:45 United Nations Review
1:00 Home Economics Enriches Living
uo Passing Notes oa Music
Coupon Good Dating final Period
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Coming February 3
Hughes announces
campus interviews for Electrical Engine:
and Physicists receiving B. S.t
M. 5., or Ph. D. degrees.
Consult jour placement office nov:
for an appointment.
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DECCA Records Great Singing Stars
will be in Miller's TUNE SHOP
for an Autograph Party
Saturday, January 17 from 4 to 5 p.m.
Choose from Four Ace's DECCA Albums:
. Hits from Hollywood
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Community Kaviiijs Stamps
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