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    Thursday, April 21, 1966
The Daily Nebraskar.
Page 3
DR. HALL . . .
Daily L
To Be Unchanged
There will be no changes
uiduc in me status 01 me
Daily Lantern, the Ohio State
University newspaper, when
Dr. William Hall takes over
,as, director of the school's
journalism department.
. Hall, NU School of Journal
ism director, told about 85
journalism majors assembled
at a convocation Tuesday,
"My thinking is to make no
changes in the Lantern."
Controversy that has arisen
over Hall's appointment to the
Ohio State position revolved
the issue of whether or not an
outsider appointed to the post
would attempt to "muzzle"
the paper in accordance with
the alleged wishes of Ohio
State President Novice G.
Fawcett. The paper is a lab
oratory for the school of
Journalism there.
Hall told the students he
feels the Lantern has distort
ed reports of his actions in
connection with the appoint-
VMaJx ' U - i i f J 1
for a story reporting Hall's
suggestion that dissenting fac
ulty, at the school cooperate
with him or resign was "Hall
Invites Nine Faculty to Re
sign." Hall said headlines from
other papers around the na
tion had taken the precaution
to indicate that he made the
statement as an answer to
Daily Nebraskan
Vol. 81. No. 96
April 81. 1966
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antern Status
faculty who declared they
would resign if he took the
Dave Hopcraft, the manag
ing editor of the Lantern, will
be on campus this week to re
port the situation, Hall said.
"We'll operate on the assump
tion that he is here to get the
other side of the story,' ' he
Hall observed that Hopcraft
has been "handling most" of
the stories connected with the
appointment of the new direc
tor for the school.
Hopecraft will hold a press
conference in the Nebraska
Union at 4:45 p.m. Thursday.
"Further charges and counter-charges
can serve no use
ful purpose," Hall said. "It
appears that we will start the
next school year at Ohio
State with a full, if divided
"Please, push no panic but
tons," Hall urged the journal
ism students. He stressed that
the "main objective" of t h e
journalism faculty will be
"completing the school year
without a loss of momentum
or a loss of morale." He said
he wants to avoid the "type
of emotional situation that
has developed at Ohio State."
To Attend
YR Event
Twenty - five Republican
candidates and office holders
will be honored Friday at a
reception given by the Lan
caster County Young Repub
licans. The event will be held at
7:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Hotel.
Gubernatorial candidates
planning to attend are Hen
ry Kuhlman, Val Peterson,
Norbert Tiemann and Bruce
Candidates for Congress
from the First District will
include Robert Denny of Fair
bury, Robert Krall of Lincoln
and Loren Schmit of David
City. "
Fern Hubbard Orme, Ed
win Hart and John Everroad
will be the lieutenant gover
nor candidates at the meet
ing. Other candidates and offi
cials who will be present
are: Lincoln Mayor Dean
Petersen, Secretary of State
Frank Marsh, State Auditor
Ray Johnson and Attorney
General Clarence Meyer.
County officials, candidates
and officeholders will also be
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ANGEL FLIGHT . . . Commander Marian Sicklebower
receives the Purdue Cup which was awarded to the
University group.
Joyce-Johnson Flight
The Joyce-Johnson Flight
from the University was
awarded Angel Flight's high
est award, the Purdue Cup at
the 11th National Angel Flight
Conclave held in Dallas,
Presented at the Awards
Banquet, the Joyce-Johnson
Flight was recognized as this
vear's Flight that "Dest tui-
"fills the Angel Flight mis-
sion." The cup has been pre- i
sented annually since 1959 by j
the Arnold Air Society Squad- j
ron from Purdue University.
The Angel Flight Conclave i
was held "in conjunction with j
'The Octoroon' Is
Lai) Presentation
"The Octoroon" will be pre
sented by the University Lab
oratory Theatre in the Temple
Building Friday and Saturday
A nineteenth century melo
drama which takes place on
a plantation in Louisiana, the
play pictures Negro slavery
on the eve of the Civil War.
It was first produced in 1859.
The play's author, Dion
Boucicault, was an Irish ac
tor and dramatist. He is con
sidered one of the most fam
ous authors of melodramas.
There will be no admission
the 18th National Arnold Air
Society Conclave. Over 2000
Air Force cadets and Angels
Arnold Air Society is the
honorary professional society
of Air Force ROTC with
squadrons at 167 colleges. An
gel Flight is a service auxili
ary of the Arnold Air Socie
ty. Hosts for the conclave were
the Air Force ROTC detach
ment from Southern Method
ist University.
Union Sets
For Posters
The Xebraska Union has
announced four policies which
will be followed in connection
with ASUN election posters
in the Union.
These policies include-
All materials must be
stamped by the Student Af
fairs Office.
No poster or flyer larger
than 22 inches by 28 inches
may be displayed on the bulle
tin boards in the Union.
Nothing may be displayed
on the bulletin boards in the
Union which has not been put
up by the assistant program
Any material not posted
by the assistant program
manager is subject to remov
al, and display privileges may
be forfeited.
University of Nebraska
Pre-Centeniiial Rodeo
Friday, April 22nd, 7:30
Saturday, April 23, 1:30 & 7:30
State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Tickets on Sale at Union
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Advice &
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First Book of BRIDGE
Lower Level Mebr. Union
Teachers, Engineerings Architecture .
Candidates Give Platforms
Candidates for Student Sen.
ate from Teachers College
and the College of Engineer
ing and Architecture ex
pressed concern over such
matters a s the Faculty
Evaluation Book, the associ
ate program and general follow-up
on. projects already
Sixteen students have filed
for candidacy from Teachers.
Twila Andreason noted that
she would like to see m o r e
polling places on election day
"to eliminate the long lines,"
a system set up whereby sen
ators from a different college
each month would inform liv
ing units of ASUN projects
and having the one and two
hour parking zones rezoned to
three and four hours.
Follow through on projects
like foreign student housing,
establishment of more recrea
tional facilities and a study of
earlier programs of student
teaching are advocated . by
Carolvn Bedient.
Speak About ASON
Kris Bitner recommended
placing a member of Student
Senate on the Teachers C o 1
lege advisory board, assign
ing each senator from Teach
ers a teaching society at
which to speak about ASUN
throughout the year and cre
ating an ASUN bulletin board
in Teachers College.
She added that committees
within Senate should be coor
dinated "to prevent duplica
tion of effort," the civil rights
committee should become
more active and a program
instituted to inform entering
freshman of the goals, pur
poses and structure of ASUN.
Following up this year's pro
grams and having more Sen
ate contact with the deans
are also included in Miss Bit
ner's platform.
Closer Contact
Placing the associates more
under Senate jurisdiction and
bringing the senators in closer
contact with their proteges is
stressed by Cindy Cherry.
She also suggested having
Senate maintain a strong re
lationship with other organi
zations by "presenting ideas
through the proper channels."
Kathy Costello stressed de
fining of the ASUN powers;
placing ex officio members on
the Board of Regents, Facul
ty Senate and Legislature
Budget committee and revis
ing Homecoming queen selec
tion to be nominated from col
leges rather than living units.
She also advocated the ex
pansion of the book exchange,
establishing a separate build
ing for studying to allow the
library to be used for re
earch and abandoning the idea
of a Faculty Evaluation Book
for a course evaluation book.
Completion of the Faculty
Evaluation Book, placing at
least one Senator on every
ASUN committee and includ
ing a provision in the ASUN
constitution to formally pro
vide for an associate program
are advocated by Kathy Eich
hom. Ann Evans said she would
like to see more lobbying
within the Senate, a study of
the student code and the com.
plction of the Faculty Evalua
tion Book.
Publishing of a faculty and
course evaluation book, insti
tuting a pass-fail system and
stabilizing the year-to-year
curriculum is advocated by
Kathy Kelley.
Tuition Study
She said she would like to
see an expansion of the tuition
study, addition of an associ
ates provision to the ASUN
constitution, improving rela
tions between organizations
and Senate and placing sena
tors on every ASUN commit
tee. Jane Klimes stressed more
use of lobbjing by ASUN in
Faculty Senate, the Board of
Regents and Legislature. She
added the curriculum should
be looked into and the advis
ory boards defined.
Opening the library on
week-end evenings, defining
organizations and establishing
an ASUN primary are also
supported by Miss Klimes.
She continued that Student
Health should be studied and
the student cabinet put to
more effective use.
Early Selection
Putting the associates into
action in the spring rather
than the fall by early selec
tion of the sophomores, defin
ing ASUN powers in relation
to other organizations and in
vestigating the student code
are goals of Kathy Kuester.
Liz Madole stressed defin
ing the relationship between
the Administration and Stu
dent bill of rights, revising the
associates program and look,
ing into the elimination of the
Upperclass Regents examina
tions. Changing the school year to
have first semester end be
f o r e Christmas vacation,
studying student opinion on
the library with the ultimate
intention of making it possible
to receive a degree in library
sciences are goals of Gary
Presenting Issues
Ken Powell suggested es
tablishing a course evaluation
book, presenting important
ASUN issues to living units
for discussion before voting
and studying student rights
on campus.
Placing advisory boards in
every college, establishing a
student bill of rights and pro
viding more activity coordina
tion to prevent overlap of
functions are advocated by
Karen Westerberg.
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The Daily Nebraskan was
unable to contact the two oth
er candidates from Teachers
John Hall and Pam Wood.
Cooperation Stressed
The 15 candidates from the
College of Engineering and
Architecture stressed more
cooperation between senators
and the professional societies.
Warren Bishop suggested
that teachers should be pres
sured to keep their office
hours, vending machines
should be placed in buildings
that do not have them at the
present time, work should be
continued on the foreign stu
dent housing and improve
ments made in the area of
faculty-student relations.
Improvement of student
parking lots and closer student-faculty
relations were
advocated by Larry Groff.
Defining Position
Continuance of research
into national affiliation and
defining the position of s t u
dent government "so as n o t
to become bogged down and
stagnant with projects no
longer in the scope of student
government" are the goals of
Bill Hansmire.
Rory Holmes stressed that
senators should work more
closely with the societies with
in their particular colleges.
Changing the school year so
that first semester would end
before Christmas vacation, ac
quiring more parking facili
ties, checking student opinion
in regards to the Faculty
Evaluation Book and bringing
different departments with
the colleges closer together
are suggested by Leonard
Cooperation With Dorms
Mike Jess advocated Senate
cooperation with the Inter
dorm Council in matters of
dormitory structure, student
assistant selection and hous
ing rate investigation.
Changing t h e four-point
grading system to include
half-point ratings, adopting a
student bill of rights, studying
reasons of faculty loss and
providing closer student-faculty
relations through use of the
counseling service are goals
of Glenn Nees.
BUI Origer stressed work
ing "more with faculty Sen
ate rather than against them"
and having senators become
closer to the students by deal
ing with the professional so
cieties. Senate Involvement
Furthering Senate involve
ment in areas other than ac
tivities and placing members
on faculty committees like
the tenure committee are
goals of Ron Psota.
Dick Schulze would like to
I i .
Galey Lor
see changes made in the en
gineering curriculum, student
involvement in the Regents'
election campaigns and not
having "college representa
tion end after the election."
Support of the Faculty Fel
lows program to improve student-faculty
relations and aid
ing in better organization
within the dorms are support
ed by Bob Strayer.
Foreign Students
Joel Swanson seeks "im
proved relations between for
eign and American students
by orientations of foreign stu
dents to help them become
accustomed to classes and
He added that a special
committee to help the foreign
students should be established
and an election procedure
worked out to represent them
on Senate. He also advocated
continuing work with the cen.
tennial and working more
with the Legislature.
Establishing a protege pro
gram within Engineering and
Architecture, increased com
munication with faculty and
Administration and working
more with the state senators
and the Legislature through a
senators day are proposals of
Bob Tucker.
Bill Of Rights
Don Voss suggested follow
ing up recommendations of
intramurals and recreation,
adopting a responsible stu
dent bill of rights and creat
ing effective communication
with the faculty.
Having student government
take more initiative concern
1 ing projects and then adding
j the necessary follow-up are
goals of Mike Wiese.
iCU Grad Joins
Astronaut Crew
! Among three Colorado grad
uates included in the latest
crew of United States astro
naut candidates is Jack Swi
gert, a tough little offensive
guard cn Dal Ward's fine Buf
falo teams of 1950-51-52.
A runty (185), dogged com
petitor who drew constant
friendly jibes from his team
mates because of his duck
like gait caused by ski-type
feet, Swigert was an unorthodox-moving
but highly effec
tive guard back in those pla
toon days.
"One of the toughest, smart
est offensive linemen I've
ever coached and a great
competitor," is Ward's cur
rent sizeup of Swigert, a Den
ver native who prepped at
East high before coming to