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Monday, November 7, 1966
The Daily Nebraskan
N.S.F. Sight Visitors, 12
p.m., Nebraska Union.
12:30 p.m., Nebraska Union.
p.m., Nebraska Union.
UNION Film Committee,
3:45 p.m., Nebraska Union.
TASSELS, 4:30 p.m., Ne
DELTA ZETA, 5:30 p.m.,
PHI MU, 5:45 p.m., Ne
TOWNE CLUB, 6 p.m.,
DELTA ZETA, 6 p.m.,
UNICORNS Social Com
mittee, 7 p.m., Nebraska
TOWNE CLUB Mothers, 7
p.m., Nebraska Union.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON, 7
p.m., Nebraska Union.
PHI MU, 7 p.m., Nebras
DELTA ZETA, 7 p.m.,
MATH Counselors, 7:30
p.m., Nebraska Union.
ZETA BETA TAU, 9 p.m.,
ACE, 4:30 p.m., Teacher's
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Takes In $1,100
For Fund Drive
AUF has begun their
charity drive successfully
by taking in $1,100 at the
AUF-Beat dance, according
to Bev Armstrong, AUF
The dance was more suc
cessful than last year, ac
cording to Miss Armstrong.
The increased profit was at
tributed to the fact that the
dance was held in the Union
Instead of the coliseum, and
that this y e a r 's combos
were not as expensive as
those In previous years.
The All University Fund
is currently conducting their
student drive which will con
tinue until Thanksgiving va
cation. The AUF goal for
this year has been set at
The sorority and fratern
ity drives are being con
ducted by house representa
tives. AUF Vice-President Linda
Mahoney reported that the
Gamma Phd Beta and Theta
Xi pledge classes are sell
ing their tickets to the Okla
homa game and will give
the money to, the AUF
A Gourmet Pancake Feed
sponsored by Phi Kappa Psi
fraternity and Gamma Phi
Beta sorority will be held
Nov. 13 from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. at the Gamma Phi
Proceeds from the char
ity pancake feed will be
contributed to the Lancaster
Association for Retarded
Last year this philanthro
pic project raised $400 to
the. State Hospital for chil
Tickets may be purchased
this week for $1 per person
or $1.75 per couple at a
booth in the Nebraska
Union or from members of
both houses. Tickets will
also be sold at the door.
SDS Films To Feature
Vietnam, Newark Group I
Two films about commu
nity organizing and the
Vietnam war will be shown
throughout the week in Uni
versity dormitories and
classes. The films are spon
sored by Students for a
Democratic Society (SDS).
The films, "Time of the
Locusts" and "The Trouble
makers", were shown Sun
day in the Nebraska Union
small auditorium to an au
dience of SDS members.
They decided that be
cause of the relevance of
the subjects to students,
private showings would be
set-up at living units.
The films were brought to
campus by Carl Davidson,
national vice president of
SDS and formerly a grad
aute assistant at the Uni
versity, who is visiting the
University SDS chapter for
"Locusts" is a film that
"tries to bring the reality
of war home," according to
Davidson. It was produced
by the American Friends
Service Committee and the
for Debate on Foreign Pol
icy. The film was spliced to
gether from American and
To Be Selected
Nomination ballots for the
Builders' Outstanding Pro
fessorship Award will be
delivered early this week
to all living units and dormi
Lincoln students can
make their nominations at
a booth in the Nebraska
Union Tuesday and Wednes
day between 11:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. and between 2:30
p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
The final selection for the
Award will be made Dec.
10 and the award recipient
will be announced at the
spring Honors Convocation.
Viet Cong news reels and
suppressed Japanese tele
vision footage. It features
President Lyndon Johnson's
voice superimposed over
bombing scenes in the rice
fields of Vietnam.
the trials of SDS organizers
in Negro sections of New
The project is called New
ark Community Union Proj
ect and concerns the organ
izers fight for lower rent in
slums, traffic lights at In
sertions, and the commu
nity's Involvement in elec
After several seeming
failures, members of the
project ask if the accom
plishment of social change
is possible within the pres
ent social and government
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YWCA Cabinet Endorses I
Civil Rights Non-Violence
The University YWCA
has voted to support a na
tional Y policy endorsing a
statement of Negro Civil
Rights leaders that pledges
a continuance of the non
violent tradition in the Civil
The action was taken by
the YWCA senior cabinet
at their Thursday meeting.
Cabinet members said their
move is part of a nation
wide movement among lo
cal student and community
YWCA organizations to
take a definite stand on the
Civil Rights movement with
focus on the upcoming elec
tions. The national "Y" state
ment, printed in the New
York Times Oct. 24, called
upon "women who care" to
support the spirit of the
Crisis and Commitment pa
per also printed In the
Times Oct. 14 and signed by
Negro Civil Rights leaders.
"We repudiate any stra
gies of violence, reprisal or
vigilantism, and we con
demn both rioting and the
demogoguery that feeds it,
for these are the final re
s o r t of despair, and we
have not yielded to de-.
spair," the statement
The statement includes a
strong note supporting the
concept of attainment of
the courts and legislation.
"We cannot Ignore the
signs of retreat by white
America from thf national
commitment to racial just
ice," the statement contin
ues. "We have teen the ap
peal of bigotry elevated to
a major political Instru
ment with votes being south
and won across the nation
by exploiting the so-called
"white backlash.' "
The leaders warn that
America may be in the
same position now, in
abandoning the Civil Rights
movement, as was the na
tion in the days after the
tion, when action failed to
follow the liberation of the
"Then, as now the voice
o f temporary liberalism
and disillusionment with
the capacity of the freedom
for full citizenship," the
We, as members of the Cabinet of the University of Nebraska
YWCA, support the National Board of the YWCA of the United
States of America in their call upon women who care to take
affirmative action to further the realization of the human dignity
of all people. "Women must not hide behind reports of so-called
backlash. Women dare not retreat from the faith that, we, in
America, are capable of building a nation in which goodwill, jus
tice and freedom are the control ing forces."
WE JOIN IN THE call upon women who care to "VOTE and get
others to exercise their responsibility as citizens in the forthcom
"JOIN US to work for open occupancy in housing
an open society."
Jean Jasperson, President
University of Nebraska YWCA
-so basic to
"A CALL TO WOMEN WHO CARE," abashed, THE NEW TORE TIMES, OCTOBER 24, 1WS
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. FROM THE CANNON'S MOUTH: The
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34. THE LETTERS OF T. E. LAW
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, DECORATIVE PRINTED MAPS. By
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V. HISTORY OF PAINTING IN L000
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40. AMERICA AND ITS INDIANS.
By Dr. Jerome E. Leavitt. Big.
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