The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 23, 1964, Page Page 2, Image 2
MODEL CLEANERS 239 No. 14th St. 423-5262 n 1 . 8 P Si 1 I is it .'I i Page 2 Wednesday, September 23, 1964 IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH New Bus Needed A year ago the University, in cooperation with the City buslines, established an inter-campus bus to shuttle students back and forth between ag and city campuses. With the advent of the bus, came the rule that parking stickers would not be issued for both campuses, therefore forcing the students to rely on the bus transportation. Monday morning students again waited confidently for big red bomb to come wheeling around the corner. Come it did. But when it came the students, standing in front of the Nebraska Center, were informed that the bus was full and no more passengers would be taken on. Vein left them stranded on ag campus at 7:40 a.m., with an eight o'clock class on city campus. If the University is going to limit parking of cars to one campus only, the bus line must be reliable. Students are here to attend classes and should not. be forced by a bus to forego that duty. True, the bus is crowded. It was crowded last year, if bus drivers are going to limit the number of students, an other bus should be added during the peak hours. Letters Welcomed The Daily Nebraskan welcomes letters to the editors from its readers. Letters should be addressed to The Editor, Room 51, Student Union, University of Nebraska. Lincoln. Or they may be brought into the office and given to the editor. Anonymous letters are not printed under any circum stances. The Daily Nebraskan must know the name and address of all writers. Persons not wishing to have their names published are permitted to use uoms de plume but j the names must be given to the editor. These names will ! be kept in the editor's office. At the discretion of the editor, any bonafide student, faculty member or member of the University administra tion may be given the name of any person writing under a pen name provided that the request is submitted in writ ing to the editor. If the editor refuses to reveal the name, an appeal may be made in writing to the Subcommittee on Student Publi- j cations. 4 The Daily Nebraskan will reserve the right to condense j all letters to the editor. ! Susan Smithberger S The Daily Nebraskan RICH HALBERT. managing editor; FRANK PARTSCH. news editor; PR1SCILLA MULLI.NS, senior staff writer; TRAVIS HTNER, WALLIS I.L1KKN, JIM KORSHOJ, MARILYN HOEGEMEYER, MARK PLATTNER. BARRY A BRA MS, Junior staff writers; KAY MATISON, SUSIE RUTTER, LEE MARSHALL, copy editors; RICH EISER, LARRY JENKINS, photographers; LARRY LEISTRTTZ, ag news editor; PEGGY SPEECE, sports editor; BOB SAMUELSON, sports assistant: BOB LEDIOYT, BUZZ MADSON, SCOTT RYNEARSON, business assistants; LYNN RATHJEN, circulation manager; JIM DICK, subscription manager. Subscription rates W per semester or $5 per year. Entered as second class matter at the post office in Lincoln Nebraska, under the act of August 4, 1912. The Daily Nebraskan is published at ' Room 91, Nebraska Union, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday by - University of -Nebraska students under the purisdiction of the FfacuJty Subcommittee on Student Publications. Publication shall be free from censorship by the Subcommittee or any person outside the University ' Members of the Nebraskan are responsible for v-hat they cause to be printed. For the Finest Flat-Top or Ivy League (or a version of the beatle) 435-932; 1315 V The shop with a window full of trophies. 9 u 9 A J LYRIC PRICII PROM 13S TO $1800 OU0 1200 "0' 8TKEIT KlOltTtftLD HLl AMLNICAN 6IM (OCIITV , By PAT DRAKE By way of introduction, it would appear that an ex planation of my column heading would be in order, which at the same time would give me some space in which to spill the beans, so to say, about myself. Yes, boys and girls, I write on the walls. I have written, am writ ing and shall continue to write (or scratch) on walls, pillars, buildings, underpas ses, inside of matchbook covers, behind the drapes, on top of . . . well, no sense in depleting my supply of hangouts this early in the game. The next point to make is what? You name it and I write it: purring poetry, piecemeal formulae, sensu ous satire, appropriate aph orisms, vague vulgarities, innocous innuendoes, chauv inistic trivia, graphic-gory stories, jungles, jangles and all of the general graphis that is ah . . . generally un punishable. However, (before the copyreader has a cerebral thrombosis) I always dis guise any and everything which might have a tinge of offhand offensiveness. I certainly wouldn't want to dissuade popular opinion or unjustly criticize the anom alies of contemporary so ciety (that by the way in cludes all youse searching for truth, beauty and all that jazz at the university). But whatever I write, and this is dictum, I don't want some baggy-eyed, snot nosed kid following me along my way and tell ing me that I really don't have any clothes on after all, because I went to the best tailor in the Capitol and he assured me that the threads (robes, cloaks, garbs) were absolutely, un conditionally the best that an education could buy. What I am getting at is that 1 suppose I will write about many and sundry subjects with an emphasis upon the Fine Arts. Oh, of course, the parking prob lems and kissing on Shel don's Italian marble steps (can you imagine the au dacity?) and other improb able catastrophes w h i c h beset and bewilder faculty members and students alike. And what's more, the anonymous 'they' told me that around these here parts, a man could say just . about what he damned well pleased, as long as . . . ah it or you (they should be the same, but oft times ain't) didn't disagree with ... ah ... ah with . . . well now don't be stirring up any trouble or you can just git ty-u -Associates Mil M St. Lincoln, Ni'bi. Phone 432-7519 Your Official University of Nebraska Student Insurance Plan Enrollment Ends Oct. 15, 19(i4 1 7 mutual mm est nmui Mutual of Omaha Insurance Compuny ON SEPTEMBER 23rd & 24th Entertainment History Will Be Made... THRU THE MIRACLE OF An ELECTR0NOVISI0N Production' rnJOHNGlELGUD'SPraducltonof hAnilEf v v B A THEATROFILM Distributed by WARNER BROS. EXACTLY AS PERFORMED ON BROADWAY WITH THE ALL-STAR NEW YORK CAST! MAT. 2 P.M. $1.60 MS. 8 P.M. JZ.40 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE OR ORDER BV MAIL SEND CHECK OR M.tt SPECIFY PERFORMANCE, INCLUDE SEIF ADDRESSED STAM;1D ENVEIOPE. i "Szzzz r. 11 : ! I B 1 on down the road. I quickly said a short prayer, paid allegiance to you-know-what and sent Mom post card. Well anyway, just to give you something to think about while I tug this tote of books back to 'the dorm, I ran upon this the other day scribbled on a fireplug near Bessey Hall: "For the beginning is assuredly the end since we know nothing, pure and simple, beyond our own complexities." Rather puzzling, isn't it? By the way, this is what I have treasured most about my education (treasured . . . meaning, locked up in a vault): I am vaguely be ginning to understand what's written on the wall. Squabble I notice there is an an nouncement of a Youth for Goldwater meeting tonight. That's funny. Last year the statement was that there would be no Youth for Goldwater club this year. If Goldwater doesn't got the nomination, there is no purpose for us, they said. If he does, the whole Republican party will be working for Goldwater's election. Well, Goldwater was nominated. The whole Re publican party is working for his election. Why does this announcement sudden ly appear. It's seems that if the Goldwaterites want their man elected, they would do everything in their power to unite the party. This does not appear to be the proper way to accomplish this mammouth feat. Cash Cr Carry All New me 2nd Big Week THEY'RE IN LOVE THREE TIMES AND THREE WAYS N ONE MM JOSEPH E. LEV1NE SOPfflU in MARCELLO MrfflOMNI .nVITTORIO DeSICAs TOM . AND & DM0M0i AFTER 6 P.M. FREE PARKING RAMPARK AUTO PARK h 13th "0" SELF PARK 1330 "N" in COLOR ADULTS 75e TILL 6 P.M. THEN $1.00 .WV mmmmm Killer Loose Editors Note: Albert E. Hahn ran for Nebraska gov ernor in the primary this spring. Dear Editor: Mass murder on our high ways is like nothing the state of Nebraska has ever seen before. There will be nearly 400 fatalities this year. An uneasy feeling per meates the state. Giant loopholes in our legal sys tem usually let the fatality driver slip through un punished. 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