The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 17, 1963, Page Page 3, Image 3

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    Friday, May 17, ,1963
The Daily Nebraskan
Pagfl 5
Peace Corps Team
To Recruit, Publiciz
Visits Campus
e Opportunities
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PEACE CORPS Volunteer. Mary Seberger, a Uni
versity graduate shows a Venezuelan girl how to cut 'ma
terial in preparation for making a dress. A native of Co
zad, she worhs with 4-H Clubs in Nirgua, a town in north
ern Venezuela. Students interested in Peace Corps pro
jects are urged to contact the representatives on campus.
Top Athlete Nomination Due
Nominations for the "Top Varsity and Top Intramu
ral Athletes" are due Monday, May 20, at 5 p.m. Nomina
tions must be turned in to the sport's desk at the Daily
Ncbraskan office and must be signed.
Vacation Sale
With School soon
out we are offering
you savings on suits,
sport coats and slacks
Buy now for your
"Summer needs
Reg. $55.00 .Now
Reg. $25.00 Now
Captain's UJalh
According to Robert Bryan,
assistant to the Chief of Pub
lic Information With the
Peace Corps the majority of
the Peace Corps members
are college students, in fact
70 per cent of them. Most of
the members are college
graduates, although gradua
tion is not necessary.
Usually just one person is
sent to a school to recruit,
but Nebraska is one of the
seven schools being used as
a testing ground for a larger
program. The others are Cor
nell, University of Washing
ton, University of Iowa, Uni
versity of Michigan, Pennsyl
vania State, and the Univer
sity of Illinois. The Universi
ty of Wisconsin was visited
several weeks ago and the
team met with success.
There are three members
of the advance team, includ
ing Dr. Rogers Finch, Chief
of Division of University Re
lations, Barb Laney, Staff
Assistance of the Office of
Public Affairs and Robert
The team has set up head
quarters in the South Lobby
of the Union (at the "R"
Street entrance). Headquar
ters will be open all day Mon
day through Friday from 9 to
4, "each evening at 7:15 p.m.,
and Saturday from 9-12.
During these times students
may take the test, see movies
or have informal talks. The
test being administered is a
shortened test. It takes one
hour instead of the four.
Bryan said that "Many stu
dents feel that if they have
no special skills there is no
place in the Peace Corps for
them, but this is not true.
There Is a place in the Peace
Corps for interested stu
dents." The Peace Corps can actu
ally be considered a graduate
course because it develops a
career While offering an edu
cation. The Corps offers stu
dents the opportunity to go
abroad for two years when
they don't qualify for such
programs as a Rhodes Schol
arship. .
The Peace Corps offers a
great opportunity for interest
ed students. There are open
ings for training this sum
mer and qualified students i
can still apply. Applicants
taking the test while the
team is here will be notified
within two weeks as to wheth
er they may enter this sum
mer or not.
The Peace Corps sends out
a plea for any students will
ing to volunteer to help the
team with typing, putting up
posters, answering phones or
lettering. If interested, stu
dents may go to the Peace
Corps Center.
For further information
students may call University
extension 2467.
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Cow's Tombstone
Causes Expulsion
Of 6 Alpha Sigs
LEGE "Roses are Red,
Violets are blue; here lies a
cow the Alpha Sigs slew."
This was the inscription on
a tombstone near the col
lege chapel in Marshall, Mo.
The college's disciplina
ry board took- a more serious
view of the prank that pre
cipitated the tombstone, and
expelled six students, five of
whom were members of Al
pha Sigma Phi Fraternity.
A heifer was found dead
near the chapel last week;
it died from exhaustion.
Sheffield Receives
Trade Fellowship
Leslie Sheffield, graduate
student at the University Col
lege of Agriculture has been
awarded a Chicago Board of
Trade fellowship of $2,000 for
work toward a master s de
gree during the 1963-64 school
year. Only one scholarship is
awarded in the nation.
"SB Hillman, 4 dr., rebuilt engine. J250,
1631 "A" evenings.
Need money. Will sell complete archery
outfit bows, arrows, etc. 488-5455.
If you like Bridge, you will like Dupli
cate. Student Union, Mondays, 7.15
P.M. and Sundays, 2:15 P.M. Entry
$.50. Free cokes and coffee. Come
alone or bring a partner. Kibitzers
Sleeping Room in private home, for
male student. 477-2617 or inquire 1602
North 22nd.
Kitchen. Retired clerk has spacious
kitchen ideal 4ar elderly person. Must
not object to small garden under stove
or my bird sanctuary over icebox.
Free towels and soap. Bring your own
linens and clothes.
Congratulations Duke and Kaihv!
County Agent,
Will Retire
Two University staff men
bers have been granted re
tirement by the Board of He-
gents. They are Dr. Eugene
Powell and Robin Spence,
who together f
have accum
ulated over
70 years of
service to the
Dr. Powell
is a biology
profes s o r
who has
helped two
g e nerations.
of Nebraska Dr. Powell
physicians plan their medical
study programs. He has
served the University for 40
continuous years.
Dr. Powell received his
Ph.D. degree from the Uni
versity in 1937 and has been
active in the Nebraska Aca
demy of Sciences and the
American Association for the
Advancement of Science. He
is a member of Sigma Xi,
sciences national honorary so
ciety, and has written several
professional papers.
Upon his retirement from
the University, Dr. Powell
will serve as a visiting pro
fessor at Wartburg College,
Waverly, la.
Spence, a veteran Nebraska
agricultural county extension
nt has served
31 years.
Spence, a
native of
Crab Or
chard, was
first appoint
ed D a k o t a
county agent
shortly after
his gradua
tion from the
University in
He resigned from the serv
ice in 1948 but re-joined it in
1950 and has since been sta
tioned in Gage county where
he was staff chairman.
Students Celebrate
With Last 'Blasts'
Last "blast" before finals are scheduled this weekend
in the form of house parties, formals and picnics, with th
annual Fiji Island Party highlighting social events.
Gamma Phi Beta, Spring Formal, 7:30 to midnight.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, house party, 9 to midnight
Beta Sigma Psi, Gold Rose Formal, 7 to midnight.
Phi Gamma Delta, Fiji Island Party, 5:30 to midnight
Pi Kappa Phi, Rose Formal, 7:30 to midnight.
Sigma Chi, house party, 9 to midnight.
Triangle, Spring Formal, 8 to midnight.
Spring Fling, 5 to midnight.
Alpha Delta Pi, Spring Formal, ? to midnight.
Beta Theta rt, Formal, 8 to midnight
Farm House, Formal, 7 to midnight.
Phi Gamma Delta Figi Island Party, 9 to midnight
Sigma Phi Epsflon, Street Dance, 8 to midnight
Theta XI, Driftwood Party, 9 to midnight
Comenius Club, Box Social, 6:30 p.m.
Navy ROTC Picnic, noon to 4 p.m.
Alpha Phi, Date Dinner, 6 to 8 p.m.
Terrace Hall, Housemother's Tea, 3 to 4 p.m.
Fedde Hall, Picnic, 5 to 7 p.m.
University Dames, Picnic, 6 to 9 p.m.
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