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The Daily Nebraskan
Friday, December 8, 1961
Tri Delts, Delta Sigs
Delta Delta Delta and Del
ta Sigma Phi members are
staging a telephone "talka
thon" which is scheduled to
last until Christmas vacation
or until they beat a record
being set by a college in
On the line 24 hours a day,
the students began talking at
9:30 p.m. Monday over the
Delta Sigma Phi's president's
phone and an unlisted phone
in the Delta Delta Delta
Gabbing for fun and getting
a chance to know each other
are listed as two reasons for
the talkathon by Lou Sawvell,
She stressed that this is a
voluntary event for the
pledges and actives and there
fore doesnt take time away
from studies. She also said
that she was surprised at the
amount of publicity the talka
thon . was getting, and she
hopes that the public won't
think that a talkathon is the
only thing fraternities and
sororities can do.
1 ' ....-M ''-' ' -mSfJALK'TALK. ': :;'if:'l
iiTi-lim-nfiiiiirori n ---i. tvii ' - - -1
My name is Jim Lorensen. Who are
you? A Delta Sigma Phi converses with a
Delta Delta Delta during their telephone
talkathon vhile Bill Poppert, left, exam
ines the fraternity's file of data cards list
ing girls and conversations. The two
groups are attempting 'to beat a talka
thon record set at an Illinois school.
NEED A CAR FOR
THE MILITARY BALL?
The Iranian Club will hold
its regular meeting Sunday in
345 Student Union at 4 p.m.
A new social chairman will
be elected and a required con
stitutional addition will be
; Classified ads for the - Daily
l Nebraskao must be entered two
days in advance and must be
I paid for In advance. Corrections
j will be made if errors are
! brought to our attention within
Jazz and Java returns to
the Crib this Friday as a
group known as Las Tropi
cales appears at 4 p.m. Latin
American music is their specialty.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Initiates Nine Coeds
Nine women were recently
initiated into Alpha Lambda
Delta,, national freshcnan
These girls achieved a 7.5
overall average for their
freshman year: Bonnie Ben
da, Katheryn Farner, Sophie
Fedarchik, Karen Lee Glenn,
Susan Salter, Billie Ann Spies,
Mary Teale, Joyce Thomas
and Nadine turner.
Open Yule Season
Christmas begins to invade
the social atmosphere on
campus as several fraterni
ties and sororities get togeth
er this weekend to decorate
The social season opens of
ficially Friday night with the
annual Military Ball and
LITTLE MAT QN CAMPUS
- - skv w j j -..mil inwn i iwmmmmm- . I
serves to cancel all ot.er so
cial functions on that night.
Kappa Alpha Theta-Beta
Theta Pi pledges, 5-7 p.m.,
Kappa Kappa Gamma-Sig-ma
Nu pledges, 1:30-4:30
p.m., service function.
Pi Beta Phi, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Alpha Tau Omega, 9-15
Phi Delta Theta, 9-12 p.m.,
She-Delta Houseparty .
Farm House, 7:30-12 p.m..
Havrack ride and housepartv
Delta Sigma Pi, 7:30-12
p.m., Christmas Party
Alpha Phi-Phi Gamma Del
ta. 5-7 p.m., pledge get-together.
Alpha Xi Delta-Theta Xi
pledges, 4:30-6 p.m., pizza
Delta Delta Dtlta-Delta t
silon, 2-4 p.m., tree decorat
in? Delta Gamma-Delta Tau
Delta, 4-5:30 p.m., tree dec
Gamma Phi Beta. 6:30-8
p.m., date dinner. .
Alpha Omicron Pi-Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, 4-7 p.m., piz
etS ALWAYS 4&m4 in KZ-niiA .xirppwal CCiWfcnJ
oue McKEA-ecp 4csujv r am? oik awNCa program."
A GOOD TEACHERS AGENCY
Establishes 1918 Serving !n? Mis
oust VoMev to the West Coost
501 Stuart Bidg Lincoln 8, Nebr.
U you're going out, an Avtt ftent-t-Cw bout the sett wy to
fet around. Just phon Avit and uy when you'd ) to pick up
your rtvoriti Ford or other tin cr. You an bt certin itH bt
perform nc perfect clean as can be. Cost? One low tee in
clude! rental, gat, oil and insurance. Have a wonderful time!
From 4 P.M. Friday to 9 A.M. Monday
Call 432-3405 SiVES
432-3625 MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
Ambulance atteooenU. room tarmabet
and pay. Call ti2-6S:U.
I nivernty Damn, M alone Center ar-
ery, 3(130 T Hour 7 a m. te S SS a.m.
Breakfast and lunch. Call 432-2392.
i brieM eyed and bushy tailed paasrn
eers for hirht plane round trip to area
of annual Florida sprint vacatioa crcy.
!W each. IN t.-)?S6
The Church . . . For A Fuller Life . . . For You
CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES
Kord Jts FaiHane Son. 2 door, power
erina. brakeit. windowa: aufovnatar
transmission, new tires, air condiUon
inji. 3hM miles. Call IN -2844.
A ftecal elecrric ruttar. nude bj FenOir.
tra, Koter Br a km. 416 N. 17th,
Needed Ride to Tuscoa ar sicuutv. Call
Plul Barta HE 2 im.
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111 N. 14
Rav. Aasa J. Pickeelnt, Rev. RUb Hers,
Rw. Deaait W. Petteraoa
Sunday Corporal Worship 10:45 ajn.
Crossroad! Seminar 9:00 a m.
Fellowship Forum 5:30 p.m.
Forum Discusjion 6:30 p.m.
UNIVERSITY EPISCOPAL CHAPEL
lltli aad R tea. 6. M. Aeaistxa. Caoplaia
Holy Cominunioa 8:30 am.
Morning Prayers 10:30 a.m.
Evening Prayer 5 00 p.m.
Canterbury . . 5:30 p.m.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
Tbs Laths, Cawrcli atissewt Syaod)
t Q A. i. Nardsa, Patter
Worship 8:45 a m.
Bible Study 9:45 ajn.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
Gamma Delta 5:30 p m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
Jilt tbsndea asbbi esawics A. f .- ..-sati
Service: Fri, 6:00 p.m.; Sat, 9:00 a.m.
Hillel Meetings Monday
BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Re'c L Jaaies & H. Merl'e temer,
Oirsctsrs af Its4st Waiti
9:30 a.m. Bible S:uriy
lftSa a4ii. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Fellowship Hour
7:00 Evening Worshio
8.00 Af'.cr-Church Fellowihip Coups Meel
'n Cephst Chmk, 4Hi t K Straets
Senad bapritt Ckarch, lit ft S tercets
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER
St. Thames Aa4MS Caatca lark t Q ft
CHertes 4. Ksseaa Chapleia
sbett F. sWhr CheH
J. ftewieT Myeis CbaaWia
MASSES: 8:00-9:30-11)0 &. 12.15
LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
t4aiea1 lufhenm Csuacill
Sit Ma. I
AJvsa at frtarssa, asar; (nrsa Jessbssa. asststssit
Bible Study, 9:30 a.m.
Worship, 10:45 a.m.
Lutherpn Student Association, 5:30 p.m.
WESLEY FOUNDATION (METHODIST)
WHbaHi I Genld, OL-aas HatchsKeji, Pstos
Tesspsranr OHkss ilS rMdraga
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion (at Lutheran
Sludent Cl:apel, 535 No. 36 1
9 30 a m. Morning Worship fat 535 No. 16)
10:30 a.m. Colfee Hour and Discussion
6:00 p.m. Forum (Room 332, Student Union)
Drisht futures in data transmission at W. E.
fiew engineer! with initiative who can meet
Western Electric'i high standards are offered
many exciting career opportunities with our
company in data processing development work
at it relates to communications.
For example. Western's engineers working
closely with Bell Telephone Laboratories have
solved development and manufacturing prob
lems connected with the Bell System's new
DATA-PHONE Data set (made by Western
FJecrric). DATA-PHONE service k-ts business
machines, such as computers, "speak" to each
other in a language of numbers and symbols over
existing telephone communication networks.
This represents a tremendous boon to business;
and consequently, it is estimated that some day
there may be more machine talk than people
talk using telephone lines.
Of course, data communications is only one
of many rewarding career areas that await
you at Western Electric. Here are just a few
of the ojthers: electronic switching . . . solid
state electronic devices . . , microwave radio
relay.. .oomputer-progrunuiied production lines
... solar cells . . . optical masers . . . futuristic
We need high-caliber, forward-thinkuig en
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Chollengini opportunities aaist new at Western
Electric far electrical, snachanical, industrial, and chemi
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Information about Western tloctric, write College tela
tioni. Western Electric Compear, teem elM, 222
roadway. New York 31, New fork. And be sure to
arrange for a Western Electric interview when our
college representatives visit your campus.
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Hw moiy timet have wt walked t
Cstiirch ii tht new tegtHitr . . . and in -tU
rail . . . aatj ! all klads of weathers1
I don't think "we've ever stayed home on a
Sunday because e were afraid we might get our
feet wet. To roe, this would be like answering a
dinner invitation by saying you couldn't male it
unless the sun were shining.
The Church, after all is Cod's House, and in'
it I've always felt that I was both a member of the
household, and an invited guest.
. In this House, you and I have found not only
a deeper understanding of each other, but the
ability to be tolerant of faults, to forgive and for
get smaller angers, and most important of all
to resolve to try again tomorrow. And this is
but a small part of all the Chorch has given us,
and of all that it standi ready to give everyone,
everywhere. - -
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I Alt fOB tht CHUtCH . H
The Camrcb is the ereateM (actar
eo sank lor ike buildioe ei rharar.
ter aad aod ritiieasbip. It ao as
stereboute M spiritual values. With
out a suobs; Church, neither ck
, mocrary mot crvihsauaa caa sur
tiw. There are iour souad reawsn
"tiy every Prrsoa should attend
-rvrt rrsnlarlr aod support the
;iMirth. Ibey ere; 11) Far kii ova
take. 12) for his childrca's sake.
13) For the sake of bis commaaity
and aauoa. (4 For the esse af the
Church itself, whurb aeedi h eaenl
and Buterial support. rlaa to ao to
rhurch recularry and read your
I Bible daily. H
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ISuaclay Luke 14 U-24 M
Moaday Isaiah jt J)
Tuesday Kossaas 12 S-l) 9
Wednesday Xosaaas 12 14.21 3
Thursday Galatiaae C .
Friday Calatiaw C (,10 f
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