The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 15, 1963, Page Page 3, Image 3
Friday, March 15, 1963 The Daily Nebraska.! Page 3 Busy Weekend Prepsteps Come ; To .Haunt Union, Trample Camnus. May the luck of the Irish be with you this weekend as you dodge the mass of gum chewing, letter jacketed high schoolers on campus for the State Basketball Champion ships. TODAY ALPHA PHI, Alpha Tau Omega hour dance, 5 to 6 p.m. LOVE MEMORIAL HALL Shamrock Formal, 6 to mid night. ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA house party, 8:30 to mid night. SIGMA CHI house party, 9 to midnight. SIGMA NU house party, 8 to midnight. RAM SeUeck Stomp, 9 to midnight. TOMORROW SIGMA KAPPA Initiation Dance, 9 to midnight. ACACIA house party, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. ALPHA GAMMA RHO house party, 9 to midnight. ALPHA TAU OMEGA house party. 9 to midnicht. BETA THETA PI house party, 9 to midnight. DELTA SIGMA PHI Sail or's Ball. 8:30 to midnight. DELTA TAU DELTA house party, 9 to midnight. DELTA UPSILON house party, 9 to midnight. KAPPA SIGMA Inferno house party, 9 to midnight. PHI DELTA THETA house Dartv. 9 to midnight. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON house party, 10 to midnight. THEA XI house party, 9 to midnight. ' SUNDAY DELTA GAMMA, Alpha Ta umega pledge roller skating party, 2 to 5 p.m. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA date dinner, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. "PI BETA PHI, Phi Kappa Psi pledge pizza party, 5 to 7 p.m. FEDDE HALL Parents' Day, 12 to 5 p.m. NU Cows Will Move To Field Laboratory About half of the Universi ty's dairy herd will move to the new agriculture field lab oratory near Mead in a few months, according to Dr. Warren Sahs, laboratory su pervisor. Nothing that University ag ricultural teaching and re search programs have long been hampered by lack of suitable agricultural lands near the Lincoln campus, Sahs said the 5,000 acre site, bought last July, offers good quality water, good soils and suitable topography for use in applied research. Sahs s a d that the former Nebraska Ordnance Plant acquired from the Depart ment of Health, Education and Welfare is ideal for: Providing isolated acreages for testing the effects of chemicals on plants and animals. Cherny Will Edit RAM's Newsgram Bob Cherny will assume the RAM Newsgram editorship, according to a recent an nouncement by the Residence Association for Men (RAM) Executive Council. , Other staff members in clude Peter Banghard, associ ate editor; Doug Herman, sports editor; Ross Bill, Bud Kimball, George Lemke, writ ers; Ken Mahlin, Gus Shaw, reporters; and Sharon Fox, Linda Mahloch, technical crew. The new appointments stem from the actions of the previ ous editor, Ron Rogowski, who was asked to resign after charges of "irresponsibility and slanted news reporting were leveled against him con cerning the contents of the Newsgram. Application of research and demonstrations on' a field scale, a technique urgently needed because farms are growing increasingly larger. Testing seeding methods and chemical application by aircraft. Providing an irrigable area for vegetable and . fruits re search. Accommodating an exten sive engineering technolog ical program, based on a large crop production area, and including demonstrations and studies of irrigation, feed handling systems and mec hanized methods of crop pro duction and harvesting. Applications Due For Scholarships Applications for the Donald Walters Miller Scholarship are due April 1, according to G. Robert Ross, dean of Student Affairs. The scholarship is available to undergraduate students who are sophomores or above, to student in the Graduate College, and to students in the three professional colleges. All candidates must be re gistered at the University at the time of application. . The awards will be made on the basis of scholastic ability, ed ucational and professional ob jectives, character, and fi nancial need. Three or four scholarships or fellowships of $1,000 each will be awarded for the aca demic year 1963-64. Vreeland Awards Irt Creative Ability Open To Students The Vtfeeland Awards, schol arships totaling $1,000, for ex ceiptional creative ability in music, art and .literature will be cited again this year at the University. The Vreeland commit tee will select the student can didates, aided by nominations from the faculty. Committee members are Duard Laging. art, Gene Hardy, English; and Emanuel Wishnow, music, all chairman of their depart ments. Preliminary nominations of university students for the awards must be made no later than April 8. The awards consist of $400 for creative work in art, and $300 each for writing (prose and poetry) and musical com position or performance of high quality. Campus Calendar TODAY FILM, "MATING GAME," Student Union, 7 and 9 pm. BIG EIGHT Counselors Conference, Nebraska Cen tr TOMORROW SKY SHOW, "Parade of the Seasons", Ralph Mueller Planetarium, Morrill Hall, 2:45. THETA SIGMA PHI Matrix Banquet, speaker, Mrs. Ha zel Brannon Smith, Nebras ka Union, 6:30 p.m. REGIONAL AVIATION Seminar, Nebraska Center. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Tournament, Student Union. 2:15 p.m. SUNDAY LEONARDO da VINCI dis play of sketches and inven tion models, second floor, Morrill Hall, 2 to 5 p.m. SKY SHOW, "Parade of the Seasons", Ralph Mueller Planetarium, Morrill Hall. 2:30 and 3:45. CERES, transparent wom an, Morrill Hall, basement 2:30, 3:30, and 4:30 p.m. . SPRING CONCERT by the University Symphony Orches tra, Ballroom of Nebraska Umon, 4 p.m. FILM ."MATING GAME", union, 7 p.m. NEBRASKAN WANT ADS BRIDGE If you like Bridge, you will like Dupli cate. Student Union, Mondays, 7:15 ?.m. and Sundays, 2:15 P.m. Entry .50. Free cookies and coffee. Come alone or bring a partner. Kibitzers welcome. FURNISHED APARTMENTS Near University. 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Applauds New committee chairmen and assistants for next year for both the Ag and City Un ions have been announced. New Ag Union Committee and Board members: Dance Committee: Terry Franci, chairman; Sharon Vogt, assistant chairman; Ron rfeinke, area director. Film Committee: Richard Douglas, chairman; Judy Ja cobsen, assistant chairman; Larry Hammond, area direc tor:; General Entertainment: Jeanette Coufal, chairman; Jan Cruikshank, assistant chairman; Susanne Plum, area director. , Hospitality Committee; Peg gy Barner, chairman; Merle Schlkies, assistant chairman; Ron Meinke, area director. Public Relations Commit tee: Milan Moore, chairman; f I i : J Wally Lundeen, assistant chairman; Ron Meinke, area director. Publicity Committee: Judy Bucklin, chairman; Janell Quaring, assistant chairman; Susanne Plum, area director. Ag Union Program Council Board: Joan Skinner, presi dent; Ron Meinke, vice-president; Larry Hammond, secre tary; Susanne Plum, treasur er. Student-Faculty Committee: Susan Hyland, chairman; Jeanette Hake, assistant chairman; Larry Hammond, area director. The City Union committee heads and assistants are: Talk and Topics: Larry Frelik, chairman, and Susie Moore. Film: Peggy Stenten, chair man, and Karen Johnson. Special Events: Joe Carroll, chairman, and George Schlot hauer. Forums: Rod Walker, chairman, and Kathy Soren son. Hospitality: Marcia Lewis, chairman, and Jan Whitney. Trips and Tours: Lee Mar- Michel. Cuairmsn, anu xisnne Music: Shirley Voss, chair man, and Vicki Dawling. . Entertainment: Carol Carr, chairman, and Fred Walte made. Contemporary Arts: Susie McClymont, chairman, and Sally Davenport. Public Relations: Sue Wal- biilli, Chair tiiau,, aliu Bill Harding. St. Paul Methodist Church 12 & M "Bishop Copeland Speaking f A ' . ' . It's greasy. byCeerge! But Vitaffs with V-7 keeps your hair neat all day without grease. Naturally. V-7 is the greaseless grooming discovery. Vitalise with V-7 fights embarrassing dandruffprevents dryness, keeps your hair neat all day without grease. Try it today! The Church . . . For A fuller Life . . .For You CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (Presbyterian, United Church of Christ. Evangtlical United Brethren ft Disciples of Christ) Alan J. Pickering, Ralph Hays," Dennis W. Patterson, Pastors 9:30 a.m. Crossroads Seminar 10:45 a.m. Corporate Worship 5:30 p.m. 'Fellowship Forum 6:30 p.m. Forum Discussion ST. MARKS ON-THE-CAMPUS (EPISCOPAL) IJth and R Sts. George H. Peek, Vicar 8:30 a.m. Hyol Communion 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 10:00 a.m. Thurs. ' " 7:00 p.m. Thurs. " " UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL (The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod) IJth Q Sts. A. J. Norden, Pastor A. P. Vasconaelku, Vtcar 9:30 a.m. Worship i J 1:0ft p.m. Worship n -5:30 p.m, Gammo Delta ST. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH (Catholic Student Center) 16th It "Q" Sts. Robert F. Sheeky, J." Rowley AAeyers, Thomas M. Puclik, Chaplains Masses: 8:00 a.m., 9:30 p.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:15 p.m. Saturday Confessions: 4:30-5:30 p.m. 7:30-8:30 p.m. ADVENTIST FELLOWSHIP Or. Gunther Poulien, Advisor W.H. Elder, Meets at Noon First Monday, Monthly Friday : 7:30 p.m. Youth Meeting Saturday: 9:30 Sabbath School Saturday: 11:00 Worship College View Church, 401 S S. 49th St. Piedmont Park Church, 4101 A St. North Side Church, 7321 Lexington Pastor BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Arthur U Sloikeu, Patter H. M. Burner, Director et Student Work 9:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Fellowship Hour 7:00 pm. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. After-Church Fellowship Groups Meeting First Baptist Church 14th & K Sts. WESLEY FOUNDATION (Methodist) 640 No. 16th St, Duane Hutchinson, Minister ' S. Richard Morris, Lay Associate 9:00 a.m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, followed by discussion 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 5:00 pm. Fellowship Supper 5:45 P.M. General Forum 7:00 P.M. Vespers & Students Groups 8:00 p.m. Seminars LUTHERAN STUDENT FOUNDATION (Notional Lutheran Council) 5SS No. 16th Alvin Petersen, Pastor Gwen Jecobsen, Assistant, 10:30 a.m. Worship 1 1 :30 a.m. Discussion 5:30 p.m. Lutheran Student Association MIDWEEK WED., 7:00 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION THOMAS FAIRCLOUGH Tuesdays at 12:15 Chapel of Cotner College of Religion 1237 R Street L' la .. 'i Hi m mace to m All dressed up, the expression goes, and no place to go. These boys are hardly "dressed up." But the rest of the description fits them perfectly. They are two of the millions of American chil dren who are growing up WITHOUT A CHURCH. Boys with the God-given right to grow up in faith . . . with the American right to worship God freely according to the dictates of their own conscience. But someone hasn't understood their rights. Parents who make no provision for their chil dren's religious education are, in effect, robbing these children of the most precious heritage of every American. Grownups who, by the tell-tale example of indifference, encourage boys and girls to emulate the Godlessness that the Iron Curtain seeks to foster are undermining the spiritual sub stance of our nation. No more serious problem faces America today than the children who on Sunday morning in a land of churches have no place to go. ' , . Honestly, now, are you creating the problem or helping to conquer it? Copyrif ht 1963, Keister Advertising Servioo. Inc. Btresburt. Vn. THI CHURCH FOR ALL... ALl FOR THI CHURCH The Church is (lie freatest (actor on earth for the building of charac ter and food citizenship. It is a store house of spiritual values. Without a stronf Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regu larly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. ) For thsake of the Church itself, which areds his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regu larly and read your Bible daily. Sunday 'Psalms 33:13-22 HE .--MiasssMssiassSsMSMssiaMSMiii' jii.aMaMBss.swas.ssssssssasssssss.sssi ana-o-aa 1 1 1 m Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Proverbs Isaiah Jeremiah Daniel Ephesians Ephesiani 21-U-17 47:10-15 14:10-16 1:8-19 2:13-22 3:7-13 EDHOLM AND BLOMGREN Portrait Placement Photos HE 2-6686 318 South 12th ROMANO'S PIZZA 226 No. 10 DELIVERED FREE AND HOT TO ALl HOUSES AND DORM ON CAMPUS SUBMARINE SANDWICHES HE 2-5967 Patronize Daily Nebraskan Advertisers THE EVANS LAUNDERERS CLEANERS 333 No. 12 Sellcck Quad. PATROIiIZE DAILY NEBRASKA!! 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