The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 23, 1966, Page Page 4, Image 4
Si iirH '"T"- iwiiiihiiib mi) lMllWtf'r':Rfc',JY-" -ir-'in" j rig-' .. Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1965 Page 4 The Daily Nebraskan Tyler Tells Of Work At German Institute Dr. Varro E. Tyler Jr., a native of Nebraska, described his year of research at an East German institute in 1963 64 Monday evening at a phar macognosy lecture series. Tyler's work in the research institute was sponsored by the German Academy of Sciences of Berlin and was concerned with plant biochemistry. He spoke entirely from slides. Tyler said he may have been the first American civilian in the German Demo cratic Republic. His family stayed in West Germany but they were free to travel by car through East Germany during his assign ment. Almost all East German pharmacies are socialized and compare to the drugstores in the United States in the 1920's in the way that crude drugs in the form of teas are dis pensed, he said. He noted that less than five per cent of the people join the Communist party, despite the numerous benefits for those who belong to the party. For example, when a young mar ried couple desire housing, they go to the administra tor of housing and if they are members of the Communist party, they are given first priority, Tyler said. Other wise it may be three years be r.-ts 2?M: mi f?' f'-t J if ft r I L f i.. i-c. ;Mi I4s? .f t iF?Mt "f'trn. unit: i h-.tl sr aha ft ZSfh nt 4 h . n,,"L i. -f .-.f'- Flltif t Iff : 11 fpf I Iv? If jtt. 54 - ' 1 1 fLf li f i -, J , f -.-, t I si" i ii EAST GERMANY . . . was described with words and slides by Dr. Tjler, who did research on the biochemistry of plants in an institute there. Larson Elected ACE President Ruth Ann Larson has been elected president of the Asso ciation for Childhood Educa tion at the University. Other new officers are Jody White, vice president; Nata lie Carlson, secretary; Bob Bussmann, treasurer; Tycha Lindquist, publications chair man; Elaine Jedlicka, pub licity chairman; Kay Duha- QUENTINS 1229 R St. TRY YOUR FRIENDLY CAMPUS SHOP FOR DRESSES TRENCH COATS PANTS SKIRTS SUITS COSTUMES ETC. WE'LL GIVE YOU A FIT! BOOTSTRAPPERS (TEACHERS AND CUD STUDENTS, TOO) MONEY ?N I DAY ON YOUR SIGNATURE AND ARRANGED BY PHONE CMh tor 1 prp. Jvit pbsM oni ft II m dew invcli yo woirt, fUJk vp Iht ffyMTk f mm 4y rik. DIAL Finance Company 124 UofA 12th Strvef 1751 "0" Street fore they can even get a one room apartment, he said. Speaking about the East German universities he said, "People in teaching jobs are not particularly competent in their field, but they are com petent in the political field." He reported that 60-75 per cent of the students in Ger many are women. Names of streets in East Berlin change frequently to reflect the politics, he said ns he was compring West and East Berlin. About one hundred pharma cists and pharmacy students attended the dinner preceding the lecture in the Nebraska Union Pan American room. Tyler also lectured Monday and Tuesday on hallucinogenic plants, the chemistry and chemotaxonomy of the higher fungi and poisonous mush rooms. Tyler is a graduate and past professor of the University. H is now chairman of the phar macognosy department at the University of Washington and recently accepted the dean ship of the College of Phar macy at Purdue university. Tyler's visit concluded the lecture series in pharmacog nosy sponsored by the Ameri can Association of Colleges ot Pharmacy. Gustavus and Louise Pfeiffer Foundation and the University's College of Pharmacy. & t jo. -.1 -: ,? vat chek, project in arts chair man; and Janine Jensen, house representatives chair man. Chairmen of specific school projects are Linda Zimmer man, Belmont School; Ellen Hayes, Clinton School; Jane Austin, Whitehall School; and Priscilla Stanley, state board chairman. 432-3645 $25 TO $2000 MONfY MOWTHIY WO. O AMOUNT rou otT pvmewt mo. rmrt or moti $ M2 $ SM 24 IJOio 340.27 19.00 24 456 M A00.1I 2t.O0 30 ttoM 97J7 4SJM 30 1350X0 1491.97 S7X0 3 2052X0 1960.97 73X0 36 2624X0 Ctid 422454 Did 435-4395 Atlantic Cont. from Pg. 1, Col. 7 words which he used, "T h e buck stops here." In other words, order in the world can not be realized unless we take the same action to contain China as we did the Soviet Union. Nothing else but our power can protect us. "As hard as this way is, it is the right way and the only way to do ourselves, our past and our future right." "When both China and the Soviet Union are persuaded that their present policy would lead to war, we can hope for the evolution of a regime of peaceful co-existence, which could, in turn, lead to t h e end of the cold war, and the achievement of an internation al order in which the princi ples of the U.N. charter could be realized," declared R o s tow. Power, said Rostow on Tuesday, is ihe last word in worW politics. Any other bas is for law and order is false He stated that we face three alternatives in the display of this power. "The first course would be for our own mas sive rearmament or general mobilization. The dangers of this are obvious. The second alternative would be for us to persuade peace-keeping effort. However other nations to join us in the this could prove to be ineffec tive if the world scene degen erates any further. 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I.E., Math., Physics. General Motors Corporation: All de grees M.E.. E E.. I.E.. Ch. E.. MeL E.. E M , Chem., Physics, Malh. Bankers Life Company - Des Moines: BS B.A., MS. MA., LL.B. - Bus. Adm.. Acctg., Law, Data Proc. Armco Steel Corporation: BS. - C.E., M E., E E., I.E.; B S.-B.A., M.S. M.A. - Bus. Adm.. Lib. Arts. L'.S. Office of the Inspector General Department of Agriculture: Auditors. Special Agents (Law). l .S Public Heah Service - Veiercal Disease Branch: B.S B A. - Biol. Sci., Fnci.. Journ., Lancuaee. Phil.. Pub Heallh. Pub. Adm., Psvcb., Soc. Sci., Speech, Communication Arts, Math, or Humar-ines Firestone Tire lc Rubber Company: As before. Wednesday, March 1! McDonnell Aircraft Corporation: As be fore. General Motors Corporation: As before. Pittsburgh - Des Moines Steel Com pany: BS.. MS. - C.E., MX Mutual of Omaha - I'ruted of Omaha: B.S. B.A. - Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts. Nebraska Suae Uighuay Department: B.S. - C.E. Bankers Life Company - Des Moines: As before. L.S. 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E., EE., M.E., I.E.; M.S. EM. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company: B.S B.A., M.S. M.A. Bus. Adm., Lib Arts. Montgomery Ward: B.S. B.A. Bus. Adm.. Lib. Arts. Westinchouse Electric Corporation: B.S., M.S. E E., M.E., other engineering de grees k interested in Manufacturing &n gineerire and Sales Engineering. Ohio Kd'son company: e.s. - x e... t r.. Metropolitan Utilities District: B.S., M.S. M.E., C.E., E E., I.E. Tuesday, March Allis-Chalmer Manufacturing Company: As befoie. American Can Company: All degrees- Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts, Acctg.. Ch.E., L.L., M.E. . . Division: All decrees- M.E., E.E., C.E., Afro E., Math., physics. Lockheed-California company . Burnans ChE., M.S.. E E., Agr.; M B. A. Standard Oil company: u s. -bus. Aom., U.S. Army and Air force Exchange Service: BS. Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts, Acog, Arch. E. First .National Bank and trust com pany B.S. - Bus. Adm. Bus. Adm., M E., Arts lc Sci. Hy-;ain tiectronics: b v b.a. e..g... Beckman Instruments, Incorporated: AU degrees - Chem. (Bio., Analyt., Physical). Phvsics, E.E., M.E., Ch.E.. Math., Sci., Engrg. Wednesday, .'narcii American Can Company: As before. Union Electric Company: B.S., M.S. -EE, M E., C.E., Ch.E. Lockheed-California Company . Bur bank Division: As before. The. Maytag Compny: -B.S., MS. Bus.' 'Adrn., Lib.-Artsr Acctg., Home Ec., Data Proc. Standard Oil Company: As before. CHRYSLER ''. p ? i, 4 Omurn m 'ttia ii& &k ', 'i UtTWt. . MM) --sf fci.jiWWMIWWilliJiiiULi1 HUM! 1 Continental niinois National Bank: Any degrees Bus Adm., Arts & Sci., Law Agr. Thursday, March 10 Phillips Petroleum Company: All de grees Ch.E., E E., M.E., Chem.; B.S., M.S. - C.E., Arch E., Acctg., Econ., Bus. Adm.; Ph.D. - Physics; M.B.A. General Dynamics Corporation: All de grees M.E., E E., E.M.; M.S., PhX. Math.. Phvsics, C.E. Arthur Young k Company: All de grees . Acctg. Swift Company: BS, Home Ec., Ag. Ec., BS., M.S. Ch.E., M.E.; B.S.. Ph.D. Biochem , Ph.D. Chem. Pillsbury: TtS B.A. , M.S. M.A. Chem., E.E., M.E., I.E., Ch.E., Aoctg.. Bus. Adm., Lib. Arts, Agr. Friday, March 11 Phillips Petroleum Company; As before. Sw ft & Company: As before. Hughes Aircraft Company: All degrees Electronic E. ; M.S., Ph.D. - M.E. J A. Baldwin Manufacturing: B S.-M.E. The Post Office Department, Office of Research and Engineering: B.S. M E., EE. The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company: B.S. B.A. Bus. Adm., Lib Arts. Tektroniz, Incorporated: All degrees EE. TRW Capacitor Division: B.S. E.E., M.E. Driver Lessons Begin In March The men's physical educa tion department at the Uni versity is sponsoring a series of ten driver education les sons, according to Dick Klass, assistant professor of physi cal education. Klaas said that the classes will begin March 14 and will cost $4. Anyone can enroll in the class by contacting the physi cal education department. 1. Hey, you coming to the hootenanny? I'm not feeling very folksy tonight. 3. Why not ing out your woes? L-t 'tic wofkJ bear your Look, tinging lias nothing to do with it. I've been thinking about the kind of work I want to do when I graduate. 5. Shout your story to flic hill, tlie sands, the far-av. ;y teas. And hftten for an diwuti from the winds. I doubt IS the wind will teU me where I can get a challenj'lnj; Job with good pay and plenty of opportunity to move up. Por career opmrtnnitles at Equitable, see your Placement Oflkw, ot write to Patrick Sutllard, Manpower Development Division. The EQUiTABLf Life Asiurance Society of the United Statef Uunm CHfiosi 1285 Ave. of Ihe Anwrtes. New York. N.T 10019 CEqoiUbls IMS An Equal Opportunity Employm Regents Meeting Cont. from Pg. 1, Col. 3 He explained that the plans submitted by the firm would not be preparations for bids by contractors. The reasoning behind hiring the firm is that they would pnordinate the building and ex pansion plans of the campus. according to uoara rresiaeni Clarence Swanson. rag regnets pg 1 Familtv sDDointments and adjustments announced Tues day by the Board of Regents include tne appointment oi ut. KYnnlr Raker as chairman of the department of animal sci ence. Raker is nresently serving on the staff of the U.S. De partment of griculture as co ordinator of extension animal science educational programs throughout the country. Baker was one of 50 scien tists named "distinguished nu tritionists" by the Distillers Feed Research Council to 1964. A graduate of Oklahcma State University, Baker is a Farm- House alum. He will be succeeding Dr. Robert M. Koch effective May 1. The Board also announced that four faculty members have accepted Woods Founda tion Faculty Fellowships "nd have been granted leaves of absence to complete their projects. The four are Dr. Paul Schach, chairman of the de partment of Germanic and Slavic languages; Dr. Ralph Zariski, associate professor of political science; Dr. Norman Stewart, associate professor of geography and Audun Ravna associate professor of music. Schach, p. specialist in Ice landic literature, will use his leave to continue research tin early Icelandic Saga manu scripts in Europe. Zariski will be traveling in Italy to study the emergence of the political left in the country. Stewart will travel to Ecua dor to study the migration and settlement of the Highland In dians, in Ecuador's southern tropical lowlands. Ravnan will be on leave to make a series of programs for educational television. He will be playing piano selections from the works of great composers. L Too got thoe low-down, feelin' poorly, out-of-torts blues? I wouldn't get o poetic about it. 4. Music of the people cm provide a catharsis. 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