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    The Daily Nebraskan
Page 3
Friday, April 22, 1966
Social Calendar
University students plan
parties now, for in two weeks
their social life will be over
shadowed by Ivy Day Week
end. FRIDAY
ALPHA CHI OMEGA For
mal, 7:30-12 a.m., Town &
Country.
ALPHA GAMMA RHO Ter
race Dance, 8-11 p.m., Nebras
ka Union.
CHI OMEGA-Tau Kappa Ep
silon Hour Dance, 4:30-5:30
p.m., Chi Omega.
CORNHUSKER Co-op,
Fede Hall Hour Dance, 6:30
7:30 p.m., Fedde Hall.
PERSHING RIFLE S-Ca-
Tickets Available
For Ag Picnic
The annual All Ag Picnic
will be held April 29 from 5
p.m. until midnight at t h e
East Campus union.
Competitive games for men
and women include bale stack
ing, tug of war, pie eating
contests, greased pig con
test, piggy-back relays, bal
loon relays, and egg tosses.
A straw hunt will be held for
the children of the faculty.
A traveling trophy will be
awarded to the living unit
with the greatest number of
points.
The games will be held
from 5 to 6:15 p.m. and a pic
nic supper will be served at
6:15 p.m.
The "Faders" will play for
the street dance which will
begin at 8:30 and last until
midnight.
Tickets are 75 cents and
may be purchased in the East
Union Office.
dence Countesses Drill Meet
at Colorado University.
SELLECK QUAD Formal,
9-12 a.m., Lincoln Hotel.
SIGMA CHI Formal, 7-12
a.m., Offutt Air Force Base.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON Rose
Formal, 6:30-12 a.m., The
Knolls.
NU RODEO CLUB Rodeo,
Coliseum State Fair Grounds.
SATURDAY
ACACIA Orchid Lei Formal,
7-12 a.m., East Hills.
BETA THETA PI House
Party, 9-12 a.m.
DELTA SIGMA PI House
Party, 9-12 p.m.
PHI KAPPA PSI Spring
Picnic, 12-11 p.m., Columbus.
PI TAU SIGMA Iniation
Banquet, 6:15-9 p.m., Nebras
ka Center.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
House Party, 9-12 a.m..
SIGMA ALPHA MU For
mal, 6:30-12 a.m., Schimmel
Inn.
SIGMA KAPPA Formal,
6:30-12 a.m., Congress Inn.
TOWNE CLUB Picnic-Hay
Ride, 5-10 p.m., Martin's
Farm.
CAMPUS Freedom Demo
cratic Party Political Rally
Dance, 8:30-11 p.m., Nebras
ka Union, Pan American
Room.
SUNDAY
GAMMA PHI BETA Date
Dinner, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Pio
neers Park or House.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Pledge Picnic, 4-7 p.m., Pio
neers Park.
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EXECUTIVE . . . secretary of the College Young Democratic Clubs of America,
Dr. F. J. Pepper, second from the right, met with the University YD's Wednesday
night.
Trash, Pepper Urge Participation
Seaton II Queen
Finalists Named
Finalists for Seaton IPs
Spring Queen were selected in
interviews April 19.
The queen will be elected
by popular vote at a street
dance at Selleck Quadrangle
April 30.
Queen finalists and the
houses they represent are
Pam Doelling, Boucher;
Linda Franklin, MacLean;
Beth Quade, Gus III; and An
drea Warren, Andrews.
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196S Ducati Monza. 250 cc. 9 speed. Ex
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afternoons.
1956 Maclo Scrambler. Best offer,
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'67 MGA. must sell, very food condition.
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Honda M, $295. 432-5684. 3009 R.
Portable stereo, liks new, call Charles
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MOBILE HOME 1963 10x46 Wolveren 2
bedroom, front ktrhen. new gas fur
nace, plumbing for washer, ideal for
married college student. Will sell fur
nished or unfurnished. Call 789-2885.
FOR RENT
GENTRY HOUSE
3140 Orchard
Taking reservations
new for summer school,
cooking, T.V., shower,
clean & nice, low
rates. 477-6268.
EMPLOYMENT
Anyone seeking part time lob. Needed:
Waitress. Waller, Bus Boy. Contact
University Club. Stuart Biuiding.
Young woman for Insurance Editor of
women's magazine. Experience or train
ing preferred but not necessary. S day
week. Vacation It slrk leave, other
fringe benefits. Call 432-2881. ext. 22L
National company needs three men to
work part-time and also full time work
available during summer. Must havs a
good attitude. Call 1-5 p.m. Thar. &
Kri., 488-4414.
TEACHERS WANTED. $5400 up. Entire
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ENGLISH Department, 12
p.m., Nebraska Union.
A. PH. A, 1:30 p.m.,Nebras
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DELTA SIGMA PI, 1:30
p.m., Nebraska Union.
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BUILDERS Computet
Dance, 7:30 p.m., Nebraska
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PALLADIAX Literary So
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MONDAY
ASUN Senator Forum, 12:15
p.m., East Campus Union.
Two speakers at a Young
Democrats meeting Tuesday
night urged the students to
participate actively in the
year's political campaigns.
"Your potential is very
great," Dr. Davil Trask, as
sociate professor of history,
said.
"We're counting on you,"
Dr. F. J. Pepper, executive
secretary of the college YD's,
said.
Pepper said he feels the Ne
braska Democratic Party will
be able to take the governor
ship and the U.S. Senate posi
tions this year as well as to
elect Democrats to the House
of Representatives.
Trask discussed the national
and state elections as a "de
tached" observer. The Demo-
l cratic Party is "not likely to
win a single election this fall,
Discover the
SWKff f WORLD
of Yamaha
17 Men's Groups
To Try Saturday
For Ivy Day Sing
Seventeen men's groups
will try-out for the Kosmet
Klub Ivy Day sing at 2 p.m.
Saturday in the conference
rooms of the Nebraska Union.
From these groups eight
finalists will be selected for
competition on Ivy Day.
The groups trying out Sat
urday and their times are:
Sigma Chi, 2:05; Phi Gamma
Delta, 2:10; Sigma Nu, 2:15; Sig
ma Phi Epsilon, 2:20; Cather Hall,
2:25.
Kappa Sigma, 2:30; Alpha Gam
ma Rho, 2:35; Farm House, 2:40;
Alpha Tau Omega, 2:45: Delta
Sigma Phi, 2:50; Delta Tau Delta,
2:55.
Delta Upsilon, 3:05; Beta Sigma
Psi, 3:10; Beta Theta Pi, 3:15;
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 3:20, and
Phi Delta Theta, 3:25.
but they might if certain
things develop," Trask said.
One of the things that woulJ
have to happen, he contin
ued, would be a real party
organizational effort. The De
mocratic Party in Nebraska
"does not in fact exist as a
party," he said.
Trask also advocated that
the Democratic Party come
out "four square for an in
come tax." To do so, he said,
would not harm the party in
Omaha or Lincoln, as some
people have feared, if the
party was careful to point out
that there is now only a
choice between "a sales tax
or an income tax." Omahans,,
definitely do not want a sales
tax, Trask said.
Students To Vote
On 17 Amendments
Bill Of Rights Debated
Cont. from pg. 1, col. 6
we're recognized as mature
adults," Abbott responded.
Schaaf consistently empha
sized that he feels it is nec
essary to "ask, not tell the
Board of Regents what to
do."
Schaaf attacked Abbott,
charging that he had attend
ed "only one" Student Senate
session this year. "Mickey
Mouse or not (Student Sen
ate)," Schaaf said, "Abbott
is still going to have to work
under that system. I don't
feel that he has genuine in
terest in the existing student
government."
"Responsible leadership on
my part" was Schaaf's re
sponse to the question of
what he expected to offer to
Senate. "Is he qualified to
lead?" Schaaf asked indicat
ing Abbott, "I don't believe
he is."
Abbott and Schaaf clashed
several times during the hour
and a half debate.
"This Bill of Rights (the
CFDP proposal) means that
we can stand up as men in
the intellectual and state
community," Abbott said.
"That in no way answered
mv question," Schaaf replied.
"It certainly did," Abbott
fired back.
"Never mind," Schaaf an
swered. Each candidate made a ten
minute presentation and each
had five additional minutes
later for rebuttals and ques
tions to opponents or for
clarifications of points. The
floor was then apened for
questions which continued for
about half an hour.
Schaaf explained his ap
proach to a bill of rights say
ing that the purpose of the
Student Senate would be to
"represent students to the
Board of Regents in the hope
that they will consent to
what the students want.'
Carl Davidson asked
Schaaf if the intent of his
bill of rights plan is to "help
the administration make our
decisions for us about cer
tain rules?"
Davidson added, "Abbott is
giving you the power to make
those decisions yourselves,"
before he was called to order
for upsurping the floor.
University students will
vote on constitutional amend
ments concerning the pro
posed, office of second vice
president in the ASUN elec
tion next Wednesday.
Student Senate passed a
motion several weeks ago
suggesting this office and ask
ing the students to consider it
as a constitutional amend-ment.
At the same time the new
office is voted on, students
will also elect a second vice
president who will take the of
fice if it is approved.
The following, which must
run three times prior to t h e
election in the Daily Nebras
kan, according to the ASUN
constitution, is a copy of the
proposed constitutional
amendments.
STUDENT SENATE
CONSTITUTIONAL AMMENDMENTS
1. In Article V, Section 1, part A
Insert the word "First" before
"Vice President".
2. In Article V, Section 2, part
A-4
Insert the word "First" before
"Vice President".
3. In Article V, Section 2, part
b, and Part B, Section 1 and 2.
Insert the word "First" before
"Vice President".
4. In Article V, Section 2, part C.
Add the following provisions:
The Second Vice-President
1. Election. The Second Vice
President of the Association shall
be chosen on the basis of a sep
arate election.
2. Eligibility and Term of Of
fice. The eligibility and term of
office of the Second Vice Presi
dent of the Association shall be
identical with those of the Presi
dent of the Association. .
3. Replacement. In case the
Second Vice President of the As
sociation shall become unable to
fulfill his duties by reason of dis
qualification, disability, death or
impeachment and conviction, re
placement for the position shall
be appointed by the President
with approval of the Senate.
4. The position of the Second
Vice President shall become ef
fective upon the approval of the
above amendments In the gener
al election of 1966.
5. In Article V, Section 2, part E.
Insert the words "First and
Second" before "Vice President".
6. In Article V, Section 3, part
B, number 1.
Insert the number "2.5" in place
of the word "six".
7. Article VT, Section 1, part A
Insert the words, "Second Vice
President" between the words
"Director," and "one".
Insert the word "Six" instead
of the word "five" before "Com
missioners". 8. Article VIII, Section 1, part J.
Insert the words, "First and
Second" before the words "Vice
President".
9. Article VII, Section 2, part A-2
Insert the word "First" before
the words "Vice President".
10. Article VII, Section 1, part H.
Insert the word "First before
the words "Vice President".
11. Article VII, Section 2, part
A-5.
Insert the word "First" before
the words "Vice President".
12. Article VII, Section 2, part B.
Insert the word "First" before
the words "Vice President".
13. Article VII, Section 2, part C
Add the following provisions:
C. The Second Vice President.
The Second Vice President of the
Association shall have the follow
ing powers.
1. To be a member of the
Electoral Commission and Execu
tive Commmittee.
2. To assume such duties with
in the Executive branch as shall
be assigned by the President of
the Asssociation.
3. To hold a seat on the Sen
ate with no vote.
14. Article VII, Section 2, part C
Insert the words, "through the
Second Vice President" between
the "President" and "for".
15. Article VII, Section 3, part
B-5
Insert the words "First and
Second" before the words "Vice
President". '
16. Article VII, Section 4, part C-
2:
Insert the words "First and
Second" before the words "Vice
Presidency".
17. Article XI, Section 1, part A
Insert the word "First" be
tween the words "outgoing" and
"Vice President .
Insert the words "First and
Second" before the words "Vice
President". '
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Sponsored by the Student
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