The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 15, 1963, Page Page 3, Image 3
p ' 11111 ' "s iiiiiiattriiimiiM Friday, February 15, 1963 The Daily Nebraskan Page 3 Nebraskan Applauds Inter Co-op Council newly elected officers and mem bers: Jim Herbek, president; jtiot Nelson, vice-president; Sylvester Golka, secretary treasurer. Council members: Norman Cboat, Ray Beckner, Ken Carouthers, Lynn Noth duret, Bill Hurd, Gene Zitek, Jerry Mimick, Fay Blair, Maurice Himmelberg and Fred Hiatt. i University freshmen dele gates to the 33rd annual Na tional 4-K Club Conference in Washington, D.C., Leslie Nelson, Vicki Cline, Jerrold Hibbs and Jeanette Coufal. Dr. Henry Baumgarten, professor of chemistry, who has been appointed to the ad visory board of the Journal of Organic Chemistry. Miss Mamie Meredith, as sistant professor emeritus of English, who has been named a Fellow of the American Business Writing Association. iA The following people who have recently been initiated into Sigma Alpha Eta, Na tional Speech and Hearing Honorary. Fred Aden, Ann Barger, Fred Bieck, Gretchen Bottom, Bonnie Bryngelson, V a 1 e n e Brown, Micki Enstrom, Sandy Kilstrup, Judy Luhe, Jean Muncy, Merrily Newton, Judy Pump, Kaye Schnurr, Billie Spies and Kay Stafford. The new executive council of All University Fund, Janne Thoroueh. Dresident: Carta Tortora, vice-president soucuauons; Wendy Rogers, vice-president publicity; Jane Keill, secretary; and John Lonnquist, financial director. Committees: Publicity, Ste vie Dort, Susan Heim; Spe cial Events, Diane Johnson, Pat Teel and Karen Roegner.; Art Barb Pandzik, Ann Ke zeor and Kathy Fliginger; Sneaker s Education. Lv- netter Loescher, Barb Beck- man; Faculty Organizations, Grad School Judy Johnson, Judy McCartnev and Jan Whitney. Ag Campus, Gordon Bach man, Jim Jobman and Jean Groteluschen: Fraternities. Joe Smith, Dick Kinkaid and Jim Korshoj; Sororities, Su sie Mcciymont, Shirley Voss and Sandy Stefanisin. Independent Men, Dave Stevens: Indensndpnt Wnmwn Betsy Nore, Judy Hensley; Lincoln Drive, Jean Perrin, Susie Armstrong and Karen Johnson; and Treasurer, Kip Hirschbach. Dr. Rosenberg Is Working On Nebraska Climate Data Dr. Norman Rosenberg, as sistant professor of agricbma tology, is working on a pro ject which eventually will provide complete information on Nebraska's climate. The work also will help t fanner decide what crops to plant and how much irriga tion they will require. It will also provide data on which a manufacturer can base a decision on whether or not to locate a plant in Nebraska. Rosenberg says we are leaving the era of "average" average temperature or average rainfall and enter ing the era of "probability" (what is the probability of an inch of rain during the week of July 5-11, of two inches, or 0.1 inch?) Rosenberg's program began as a necessary part of the work being done toward de veloping a vegetable industry in Nebraska. As a r e s a 1 1, most of the climatologists worked with the irrigated areas. When completed, Dr. Rosen berg's expanded survey will inventory information on soil and water resources, solar energy supply, temperature conditions, precipitation prob abilities, length of growing season, evapotranspiration wind and humidity conditions, and hail distribution. Computer Used ' Dr. Rosenberg compiled . Weather Bureau records that 1 cover up to 100 years using, the new high speed IBM com- puter at the Nebraska Uni-j versity Agncmiurai r.xyei t ment Station. NEBRASKAN WANT ADS Rosenberg has determined that the occurence of controll able frosts wofild permit lengthening the growing sea son at Scottsbluff from 139 days to 178 days and at Co lumbus from 160 days to 186 days. A Platte Valley study in volved data collected daring the last 30 years on the num ber of frosts and their dates. By using historical weather maps be determined which of these frosts were radiative (against which crops can be protected) or advective (against which is no protec tion). The studies also are going into the little-understood area of "microclimate," the clim ate near the ground in which the plants grow. Temperature and relative humidity of the air five feet above the ground can vary as much as 30 de grees and 50 per cent, re spectively, from that found in the "plant canopy" near the ground. Campus Calendar TODAY NC-60 Committee "meeting, biochemistry; Nebraska Cen ter. NOMA Seminar, Nebraska Center. FILM "Long Hot Summer," 7 and 9:15 p.m. Friday and 7 p.m. Sunday, Union Small Auditorium. TOMORROW SKY SHOW 'life in the Universe," 2:45 p.m. Ralph Mueller Planetarium. LIVESTOCK CONTEST 2:00 p.m. Horse Barn. SUNDAY NIA Book project, meeting 2:30 p.m. 345 Student Union. Pick Up Books, Money Several students who par ticipated in the Alpha Phi Omega book exchange have not picked up their money andor book, according to first vice-president Morrie Hawthorne. Those who did not must contact Hawthorne at SeUeck Quadrangle between Feb. 18 and March 1. TYPING WANTED Iran, electric arprmut. Mrs. Swanda. a-7U. LOST On AM Cram, tss AmJW MiHoid. Con tact Cwint Hnrroua, (rounds im- HUB. 20Z1 jFflTTM. CUt. 7122 Ktl Olticc. rm. u Vtaoa. White sold truck. Mmn, Uaaea. Ba ton Has off. Roam SL Reward. St Paul Methodist Church 12 & Rev. Clarence J. forsberg Sermon This Sunday "Stories of Survival" - SERVICES AT 9:30 & 11:00 Jerry Wolker, Intern Minister POUND Hm'i rremt thanrt, near mutmurm told., blue-ra frame. S3 '4 Ammraa OKir-ai. km at lost end lean cevaler is loir. . WANTED OrrUskm Inr Friend HmW Haunt near 4 nth and Culvert. Named emp. No children. Twa-rnum snartmrm lur nd dinette In return lor paying etiltuw mhed er aniurnuhed, aw at km -hen and a tew hoar af work ear week. VMHmnAm inelerwd. Far tsJermeuis) call 4KB-224S. tmnmuit la share third at esswaam en aw apartment. Good nx-atom. Prrte. wm cUsamaa. CaB 4A-MCZ. attar Rjwmmate ta ahar euHe apaetrnM r'ean apartment wimj " S3 a Rinmk each. Call 4XS-W42 Tearner-wperrMenoent PrHer very strtet man who Ami not amoae, drtt, samba-, eat. nleep. ar worry Otarrai bean tlfal owroum. onr-student eeti'wl n anenoue deaert. Oa nearby. hrwtUh latum sunset every oar. PERSONAL Only M eenta to aw lanalnus movten far 12 hotrra f eh 16, 12 nnnn. I'mon Audi torium, SMA'IE MARATHON. RIDERS WANTED Te tin want ride te Uenver ea Ft. IS, UH-Mf.tl. ROOMS FOR RENT 41a L. Mttu artthiml altdiea Private bath. AIM noma. Men. Downtown. i it 5305 "O" ST. hh & 865 N. 27 JiW Uk Far Tha C!a Arcbts fun Beef Hamburger .15c Tasty Cheeseburger . 19c Triple-Thick Shakes . . 20c Golden French Fries . . .12c Thirst-Quenching Coke . 10c Delightful Root Beer . , ,10c Steaming Hot Coffee ... 10c Delicious Orange Drink lOr Refreshing Cold Milk 12 am m yea nc a-iMS..... ; Doers 1Z;4 NOV SHOWING XtewaiMji The 24 in awr series ef WarU Famews Oparettai Next Wednesday Only at the Stuart fteafs eawa 11 4i; Caatiaaaai araraaatat AatH SI; OeMea A am t CalMeaa SOc SSM WMH a..., ZmmtS, V. HWH K8tII WT, r'TiSTifTTii - -: " -t t0 m" j, .. ... J fUl fAIKINO far Staart mm4 IMiaat far p.a. at: State ianritin WW Park, Aat. fmrk, Urk ft O and Bamaark, 12t . it . Dears opea 12:45 N017 SHOWING UR4NGER KOSCINA ay m- M. y if t " V PLUS Peter Sellers t Ridtersl Altenberewge 'TRIAL AND ERROR" Never aefera at tke kMara af taw and laaentar has earana tipaad the rents af lastiee eakev. 'Flintstones' A e-A TUnrvini rl IllVelllW Of Parties Valentine Weekend Includes 12 Events The Valentine weekend will blosssom forth with twelve parties, possibly an indication that Cupid is not dead after all. TODAY ; DELTA DELTA DELTA Pledge Valentine Party, 8-11 p.m. PD7ER HALL Brown Palace Hour dance, 7:30-8:30 p.m. SIGMA CHI Flintstone House Party, 9-12 p.m. PERSHING RIFLES Flint stone party, 7-12 p.m. TOMORROW CHI OMEGA Winter For mal, 6-12 p.m. -KAPPA ALPHA THETA Valentine Formal, 8-12 p.m. ZETA TAU ALPHA date dinner, 6:30-9 p.m. ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA Alum party, 6:30-12 p.m. , UNICORNS Swimming par ty, 7-10 p.m. SUNDAY RESIDENCE HALLS Tea, 2-4 p.m. Unimsity Grad forrester Honored As Outstanding Writer, engineer A University College of Engineering graduate, Jay Forrester, has been named author of one of the five best books on management for 1961-62. i n : V'". i . Forrester, son of Sen. M. M. Forrester, Anselmo, re ceived the honor for his book, "Industrial Dynamics." Forrester was graduated from the University with hon ors and obtained his Masters Degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he is a professor of industrial management. He has been a member of the faculty there for 20 years, and has received an honorary doctor's degree from the Uni versity. The McKinsey Foundation Book Awards program, which conferred the honor, was Forrester Read Nebraskan Want' Ads Study in Guadalajara, Mexico The Guadalajara Summer School, a fully accredited University of Ari zona program, conducted in cooper ation with professors from Stanford University, University of Califomio, and Guadalajara, will offer July I to August 1 1 , art, folklore, geogra phy, history, language and litera ture courses. Tuition, board and room is $240. Write Prof. Juan B. Roel, P.O. Box 7227, Stanford, Calif. TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY AT THE 1036 P ST. TED ANDERSON FROM THE FOURTH SHADOW, THE YELLOW UNICORN . HOURS: TUES. THUR. fc SUN. 7-12 TM. FRI. t SAT. 8-1 Next Hoot Night Feb, 24 established to help business executives select the most important books on business. The awards program is ad ministered by the Academy of Management, a professional organization of 500 business educators representing more than 130 colleges and univer sities. Forrester, who now lives near Concord, Mass., was named one of the two out standing engineers in Amer ica at the age of 35 and has been included in Who's Who for several years. ATTHsf It-r- f 3 " 2 OW..,ADD A MOTION MCTtJRt TO THE WONDERS OFTHEJKMUM Jjjj SaaaV VfesV dbsisat) SV The Church ... For A Fuller Life ... For You CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (iaUiiaa, Vmin4 Chare at Cfc"t Cai.lital UeJM ferhrra t DtKips at Christ) Alan S. Pickering, Ralph Hays, Dennis W. Patterson, Pastors 9:30 a.m. Crossrc&ds Seminar . . 10:45 a.m. Corporate Worship 5:30 pjn. Feilowjhio Forum 6:30 p m forum Osamion ST. MARKS ON-THE-CAMPUS (EPISCOPAL) IStsi mitt I Sts. Ceerae H. Park. Vicar 8:30 a.m. Hyol Comrmaion 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion " 10:30 a.m. Nursery & Church School SUN.-FRI. 5 00 p m. EVENING PRAYER 8 00 a.m. Tues. Holy Communion J 0:00 a.m. Thors. " - ' 7:00 p.m..rhuo. " . LWTRSrry tUTHERAN CHAPEL . (Tka t-ataaiaa Caerra Miasaan ifmtd) iSta ft Q Sts. " A. i. Waiata, Paster A. P. Veacaacvaas, Vicar :30 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Worship 5 30 pjn. Gamma Oelto ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH (Cstswiic Staeent Ceater) lata ft "9" Sts. Robert F. Sneeky, J. Rowley Meyers, Thomas M. Puclik, Chaplains Mosses: 8:00 a.m 9:30 .. -. 11:00 a m., 12:15 p m. Saturday Confessions: 4:30-5 30 p.m. 7:30-8 30 p m. ADVTNTIST FELLOWSHIP Dr. ftaarfcai Paasiea, AaViaar W.H. EMer, Pastas Meets at Steea Firat Maaaor, Man fair friooy 7:30 pm. Voulh Meetng Sorurdoy: 9:30 Soboom School Soturdov: 1100 WorshiD Caae View Cberca, MIS S. 49t3i It. Piiaanat Park Caavca, 401 A St. Mart Ssee CSwrca, 7J21 Uaeaataa BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Artaar l Slaikaa, Pestar H. M. tamer, Diraetar af W-.atat War. 9:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 cm. Morning Worship 6.00 pm Fellowship Hour 7:00 pm. Evening Worship 8 00 pjn. Afrer-Church Felknvshlp Groups Meeting . ... First Baptist Church 14th & K Sts. WESLEY FOUNDATION (MetfceAat) Waaaaa . OaaU, Ca KlClssOTal 640 Na. lath St, Daaaa Hatcaanoa, Masistars Mams. Lara Assaciata 9:00 ajn Hoty Communion 10:00 a.m. Morning Warship, followed by discussion 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 5 00 pm. Fellowship Supper 6:00 P.M; General Forum . 7:00 PM. Vespers & Students Groups 8:00 pjn. Seminars ;.. 7:00 p m. Vespers & Student Groups LUTHERAN STUDENT FOUNDATION (Netieaal Utaeraa Caaatil) S3S Ma. lath Ahria Petcnea, Paster 1 050 a.m Worship 11:30 am. Discussion 5:30 p.m. Uittieron Student Association MIDWEEK WED., 7:00 pm. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGAMZ.TION THOMAS FAIRCLOUOH Yuesrsays at 12:15 ChaprJ f Ctner Collree of Kelition 1217 Street THE EVANS LAUNDERERS CLEANERS 333 No. 12 SeUeck Quad. Patronize Daily Nebraskan Advertisers OUR . J-i .v-'. t-', f ' - j II fASr .-.. .. . ... i iiim -an in in ii-1 inrawir- .a .... fcd w ?...& rajwissssasssasaaaaasa n i Swede? Coffee Shop Loaches Snocb "Where Campus Friend Meef NEXT TO NEBJL BOOKSTOItS THt CHUtCH FOR All... AU 'OR THE CHUICH Tha Chorea, la tfaa eiaatsa se tor aa aardi tat tha bmldinc af caanaetar and food (rttranahip. It is a etarahmise of apintoal al as. Witbevs a sm Chafth. aithar aanMwncr Bar ahnliia sks eaa eurrfaa. Tbara ara Soar "' taaaoaa srhy aval f paraoa ahoald attaod aarricaJ reroiarh; sad support the Cbwcb. Tbajr are: (1) For his awa salca. (Z Par Us children's sake. 3) For the aake of his euuiuiunitr and aatioa. (4) For the aake of ids Chonss itaelf, which saaass his moral and materia snppert. Pisa to eo to church teruisrh aad read year Bible dally. Robert Edward, Junior that's his name. But soon it will be Bobby. And fcfter a while he and I will probably be known as Big Bob and Little Bob. Funny how you start looking ahead. When I came out of the shop today I happened to notice our sign the big one with my name on it that hangs over the door. And I thought to myself, maybe someday we'll add : & SON ... But Marge and I know better than that! Yon can't plan your son's life for him. He's got to make his own decisions, choose his own roadT One thing we have decided for him, though. That he's going to have all the moral and spiritual training a man needs to make right decisions and follow a straight road. This God expects of us of all parents. And our church is ready to do its vital part. . CopyTiffrt 1963. Kmmtm Adnrttttaf Bmnriem, Inc. 8usbufi, Va. EDHOLM AND BLOMGREN Portraits FLtccmect Pbotos HE 2-4686 318 South 12th PATRONIZE DAILY NEBRASKAN ADVERTISERS ROMONO'S PIZZA 225 No. 10 KUVERED FREE AND K0T TO AU KSUXS AND DORM CN CAMPUS SUBMARINE SANDWICHES HE 2 5961 VAf H "iiG...i..Li..iitsi:iiJ..