The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 12, 1965, Page Page 3, Image 3
October 13, 1965 The Daily Nebraskon Page 3 PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS The University Placement office has scheduled the fol lowing interviews for sen iors. Monday, ot. II lre Bd Company-AH degrees: Aj S- 5J.E... B.6.. M.S.-E.E., Ch. E. I. f;i B5;A. -MS' M.A.-Bus. Adm.. Lib. Arts, Ai., Agr. Sale. Douglas Aircraft Company Aircraft Group, Missile and Space System Grpup-ll derreu: C.E.. EE., M.E.. Physic. M.S.. Ph.D.W.E. Math., Chem. General Motor Corporation All de frees: Ch.E., ME., k.. E.M.. I.E.. Chem., Mat. Physic. Gate Rabber Company B.S.-Ch.E . Chem, B.S., M.S. M E. Metropolitan Utilities DIstrtct-B.S.. EnRineerinf. Kansas State Highway Commission B.S.-C.E. American MeMs Servlcs Committee -Any degree or major. Tuesday, Oct. It Continental Oil Company-Central En gineering Dept., Refining Dept. B.S.. M.S..M.E.. E E., C.E. Argonne National Laboratory M.S., Ph.D.-M.E., E E., Ch. E., Ph.D.-Math., Physics, Chem. Basic sciences. Douglas Aircraft Company a be fore. Control Data Corporation B.S. E.E., M.E., Math.. Physios. General Motors Corporation a be fore. Wednesday. Oct. M Continental Oil Company-Research and Development Department All degrees: Ch.E., Chem. (Org., Inorg.. Phys., Analyt.), M.S., Ph.D.-M.E., Phy. ics, Mineralogy, Ph.D.-MaUi., Geo!., Agron. Monsanto Company All degrees: Ch. E., M.E., B.S., M.S..-E.E, M.S., Ph. D. -Chem Physics. Honeywell Incorporated All degree: EE.. M.E.. Math.. I.E.. B.S.B.A., M.B.A.-Acctg., Econ., Mktg. General Motor Corporation B.S. -Bu. Adm. Thursday, Oct. il Stanley Engineering Company B.S. -M.S., E.E., C.E., Arch.E., Arch., M. S. M.E.. E E. Continental Oil Company-Research and Engineering Department As be fore. Dow Chemical Company All de grees: Chem, Ch.E., B.S., M S.-M.E. B.F. Goodrich Company Research Center M.S., Ph.D.-Chem, Ch.E., M. E. . E.M., Math., Physics. Monsanto Company As before. General Electric Company-Business Training Program B.S. -B. A., M.S5-M. A. -Bus. Adm., Acctg., Econ. and oth ers Interested. DcPont and Company Ph.D.-Chem., Ch E., E.E., M.E., Math. Standard Oil Company of Californla . Chevron Research Company B.S., M. S.-Ch.E., EE., M.E., Ph.D.-Chem. Friday. Oct. ij Touche, Ross, Bailey and Smart B. S.. M.S. -Acctg. Dow Chemical Company As before. B.F. Goodrich Company -Research Center As before. General Electric Company-Business Training Program As before. PuPont and Company As before. Standard Oil Company of California Chevron Research Company As before. W r . momo tirx n. . OPEN 12:45 A nutty Jailer who give hi CJ. guett everything but the new that the tear' been over for teven yean! 1 111 " it - il H Uujp ftfC ftft"ratiW'aTial"f iiiaaF Nebraskon Want Ads FOR RENT KEW APARTMENTS for tiwt.'uwifi near I'dversHT. Oae-Two4iedrooni suite, audi one-three -bed mom suite. Available sow. BoUt fas kitchens, alr-oonditiooing. vrivate otilttr. laundry facilities. Per stsdeat. Call Join Joacs 02-5750. ECONOMY EFFICIENCY APARTMENT one or two apperclassmaa. near Uni versity, only MO a month, call Ciena Van Der 8caaaf or Mark Gtlderbos days 477-tTU nt. 2332; r eveainss 43S-SW4. Furnished House, students or a 1 c t couple sreferred. Owner fui ulsiies the heat. I bedrooms. Walking distance : lfi So. 14th. Untarnished 3-bedraooi house Cnhersity Place. M-SS3 after 1:00. NSU CONTEST FREE reprint "How ta Met a aew car for below fZjMO a factual eompari soa of It imported aotornobiles FREE Contest: Wia aa NSU aotomobile. Write for FREE reprint and contest blank to: Excel. US. Importer: Tranacattiseettl Motors, be., 1 East 91 Street. New York City 10021, TeL: (212) TR C-70U. WANTED treating to do. My home, si 00 aa boor. : Dren-makmc. hems, zippers, alterations. Beaaonahw, 13S472t. Men and Vomea aart-ttme and full time openings at torsi factory. Work between or after eiaasea. Starling salary (1.3 i per boor. Apply in person at 241 N St. from Oct. 4 to Oct lSta. Local branch of Jsrg aatimal corpora tea wishes to hire two put time col- ! lege students. Prefer ablr amVrclasa- j man. Fall time daring summer tnomns. Scholarahias awarded ea basis of sum mer srork. Car accessary. Call 477-Wt , Mob.. Wed., r Krt. I S to s a a.m. Tuesday and Thursday mornings. WANTED NOW Representative for advertising sales and promatMtuI work la booming new mar ket. Part tame . . . eMelleas opportunity for food worker. ShoaM know adver tising sa'es work. Earnings S to SCO per week. Send hackrrovnd, mciodin photo, to: TEEN, 401 Madison Ave. Kansas Crty. Ma. FOR SALE WS Bonds SO C.C. Scrambler. 00 miles. Sharp! Must setL Csa arrange financing. Caa trade for car. Big Sav ings. 477 -urn. lw Fstooa, aew engine, clean, good eoav dittaa. CaB 4W-W2 after fan or sea at Q2t D. Vm Ford Very clean. Beasoublc. Call 4B-743I. r$ Bond S ce. Scrambler miles. Sharp. Must sell. Caa arranas financing csa trass for cat. Big Saving. 477-3W4. 16. Us ce Hoada. Call M420f. David Lambert. 1W red Corrslr Monza J door, radio and beater, mint conditxM. M miles. vm t Suite i. ciuii- SHARE UV8NS CHARTERS un North 4th Street. Prti-ate houss. Need see or more student. Private room, desk. SJtcbea (aciUUaa. mB evsasngs. SAIESED KEEDEP Fart -time salesmen needed, wor la roar spare time and ears m excess of tiS OU bk hour. Anyone may onallry. For de tails write: IX C. Taj-lor, Tartar. Tsrior Imports, Bus Vt. TLamu&. Cool Coeds Bag Twelve Trophies Twelve University coeds managed to do quite a bit of "trophy stealing" from the male population during the weekend PINNINGS Keo Boreson, junior in music from Winner, S.D. to Tom Griffin, Beta Theta Pi junior in pre-med from Oma ha. Ann Peithman, Chi Omega sophomore in Teachers from Hebron to Willard Grummert, Sigma Phi Epsilon senior in engineering from Fairbury. Susie Cunningham, Kappa Alpha Theta junior in elemen tary education from Lincoln to John Moreland, Sigma Al pha Epsilon junior in pre-med from Lincoln. Cherrie Hales, sophomore in Arts and Sciences from Lin coln to Jerry Vogt, Sigma Alpha Mu junior in Arts and Sciences from Lincoln. Marsha Brosius, Alpha Xi Delta junior in Teachers from Brady to Jim Hecox, Alpha Gammo Rho senior in agri culture from Gothenburg. Dorrie Mattson, Alpha Phi senior in Teachers from Oma ha to Steve Svdow. Theta XI freshman In medical school from Omaha. Kathy Cochran, Alpha Phi The Boys Town Music Department Present$ The Incomparable ROGER WAGNER CHORALE With Chamber Orchestra and Duo-Pianists Roger Wagner, Conductor "The Epitome of Superlative Singing9 BOYS TOWN MUSIC HALL Saturday, Oct, 16 8:30 p.m. All Tickets, $3.00 Tickets available from Boyi Town Music Department or at Box Office NOW OPEN on Myr 15th & P Streets 432-1271 Call In-Carry Out Pizza (DON'T HAVE TO PRESENTING TUE. ' - ii i Campus revolution! 1 Slacks that never I j need ironing never! i ; I I Galeyahd Lord i I f permanent press fabrics I I i of polyester and cotton. I Stay neat however washed! J j Galey Lor . (V senior in Teachers from Osh gosh to Dave Zweig, Beta Theta Pi alum in engineer ing from Lincoln. Laura Ott, Alpha Xi Delta junior in Teachers from Ne braska City to John Howlett, Sigma Nu alum from Lincoln. ENGAGEMENTS Susan Grasmick, Kappa Alpha Theta senior in elemen tary education from Omaha to Jon Feistner, Phi Kappa Psi graduate student from Lincoln. Jan Valllcott, senior In Teachers from Lincoln to Rich Brenning, Sigma Phi Epsilon senior In Teachers from Lin coln. Cheryl Lockhart, Chi Ome ga senior in Teachers from Lincoln to John Ogden, Sigma Phi Epsilon senior in En gineering from Lincoln. Jean Hoffmaster, Alpha Phi senior in Business from York to Mike Jeffery, Beta Theta Pi senior in pre-law from Lincoln. These lew-cost rstea asply ta an elas- i sifted advertising In the Dally Nebraskan: standard rats of So per word and mtnt mum ekargs sf 50o per classified Inser tion, i Payment for these ads will fal 1st ' tw categories: M sds running less than ne week In succession must be paid for kefars Insertion. (2) sds ranning for msrs ' than eas week will he said weekly. acra s l o BE "21") DON LIGHT AND HIS GUITAR AND THURS. NIGHTS NEBRASKAN APPLAUDS AWS has announced the new freshman workers. They are: Gail Skinner, Sheila Kel- ley, Margie Bartle, Rosle Wirth, Ellen ESsenhart Jo Ann Fleek, Cheri Moredick, Sharon Carter, Karen Wendt, Lynn Stingley, Sue Cooper, Sharon Ross, Mimi Baker, Jan Ludi, Barb O'Neal and Trish Sultzbaugh. Liz Madole, Marti Dietrich, Sheri Sicklebower, Joan Crow, Gail Kraushaar, Kris Lube, Kathy Augustin, Nancy Cou fal, Starr Hirschback, Lanita Keenan, Carolyn Kauk, Lin da Reisinger, Carolyn Eldred, Mimi Rose and Vicki Puis. Gisele Weisman, Linda Gregson, Kate Kingman, Lynn Carter, Kendra Schepers, Lin da Grubb, Linda Voecks, Beth Deitrichsen, Mary Wenke, Kathy Siewert, Terry Fisk, Kathy Raddell, Sharon Moorehead, Carol Bartlett, Pam Groom and Susan Ready Chi Phi pledge class officers are Dave Fritz, president; Joe Seewald, vice president; Bill Arnold, treasurer; Steve Beckley, secretary; Bill Ser gent, IFC representative, and Mike Napier, social chairman. 1965 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA Home Coming Show iiassaraanisV hum's ..e, Starring George Shearing Quintet Plus The Other Three Pop Vocal Group Pershing Auditorium Sat., Oct. 23, 30 tM. Tickets $1.75, $. $2.25 On Sale In Nebr. Union Don't Miss This Great Show 1 j-ai jjjQf Aed School Names Council Officers Heading the agenda of the first meeting of the 1965-66 All-Campus Student Council at the University College of Med icine was election of officers. Senior medical student Ron ald Gould, representing Phi Rho Sigma medical frater nity, was elected president. Named vice president and secretary-treasurer, respec tively, were Gary Harris, of the junior class, and Nancy White, representing the medi cal technologists. Other members on the All Campus Student Council and the groups they represent are: Jean Ann Conroy, radiologic technology; William Rickerk, Student American Medical Assn.; Karen Petersen, sen ior nursing class; Janet Gra ves, junior nursing class; and Karen Christensen, sopho more nursing class. Stephen Hansen, senior medical class; John Rogers, sophomore medical class; Brent Krantz, freshman medi cal class; and Edward McEl frish, Phi Chi medical frater nity; complete the Student Council roster. And Rusty Ryan Comedian ; , i fi"'" Where else could you find such fine quality lighting for such a low price? This is a must. Perfect for the study desk, it gives needed light to your work area. It's also an attractive accessory for any room. Has walnut and gold base, stands 18" high and comes with a 60-watt flourescent tub. 2-button switch for convenience, 9V2" flexible arm, and sturdy steel shade made this lamp just right for "In" students. GOLD'S stationery . . . street floor CAMPUS ' TODAY INTER-VARSITY CHRIS TIAN FELLOWSHIP, 12:30 p.m., Auditorium, Nebraska Union. PLACEMENT OFFICE LUNCHEON, 12:30 p.m., 241 Nebraska Union. A.W.S. Freshman Activities Mart, 2 p.m., Ballroom, Ne braska Union. UNION public relations, 2 p.m., 240 Nebraska Union. UNION trips & tours, 2:30 p.m., 232 Nebraska Union. BUILDERS college Days, 3:30 p.m., 234 Nebraska Union. Y.W.C.A. Girls' Club, 3:30 p.m., 334 Nebraska Union. A.S.U.N. Student Senate, 4 p.m., Pan American room, Nebraska Union. RED CROSS, 4:30 p.m., 232 Nebraska Union. BUILDERS Tours, 4:40 p.m., 234 Nebraska Union. UNION public relations, 4:30 p.m., 235 Nebraska Union. A.U.F. Lincoln Drive, 4:30 p.m., 332 Nebraska Union. SheDeservesToWear D I rl O H O RINQS asliaum'ilH".w'JWMIA' -'.flWWf hi... n ''sua COPA from tsCargeit f eweferi . . $eil Service JJeet lite (l2rodkey lJotjS . . . Wear jbiamonJs mm mm, OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS GRAND ISLAND FREMONT COLUMBUS Hlari B5ek Lamp s CALENDAR TOASTMASTER'S. club, 5:30 p.m., West cafeteria, Ne braska Union. ORCHESIS, 7 p.m., Univer sity High. BUILDERS BOARD, 7 p.m., 232 Nebraska Union. ALPHA CHI OMEGA,. 7 p.m., 332 Nebraska Union. PARKING APPEALS BOARD, 7 p.m., 230 Nebras ka Union. I.F.C.' 7 p.m., Pan Ameri can room, Nebraska Union. NU-MEDS, 7:15 p.m., South party rcom-auditorium, Ne braska Union. LAMBDA TAU, 7:30 p.m., North conference room, Ne braska Union. UNIVERSITY DAMES, 7:30 p.m., 234 Nebraska Union. WILDLIFE CLUB, 7:30 p.m., 334 Nebraska Union. MATH COUNSELOR PRO GRAM, 7:30 p.m., 349 Nebras ka Union. CZECH CLUB, 8 p.m., 235 Nebraska Union. MORTAR BOARD picture, 8:30 p.m., Ballroom, Nebras ka Union. STUDENT CREDIT TERMS VIS -"-jj'.- ""te-dl"