The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 21, 1966, Page Page 5, Image 5
Monday, November 21, 1966 The Daily Nebraskan Page 5 Senator Skarda Proposes Independent Budget Audit An outside audit of Uni versity funds, independent of the University, the Board of Regents and the state government is the answer to the University's financial problems, according to state Sen. William R. Skarda of Omaha. Skarda who had termed (he University's proposed record budget as "absolute ly asinine" in an Interview Publishers Offer Grants For Journalism Reports The Magazine Publishers Association has announced the sponsorship of Maga zine Fellowships to quali fied faculty members or students of journalism for reports related to the mag azine industry. The Fellowships, to be ad ministered by the Associa tion's educational commit tee, will become available through the establishment of grants-in-aid funds. Union Sponsors Bowl Game Trip The Nebraska Union will sponsor a trip to the bowl game the football team and coaches select. The trip will be the offi cial trip for University stu dents, faculty and staff. It will include round trip air trassportation, hotel accom odations, ground transfers, game ticket and insurance. Plans are for a four night 6tay, leaving Friday, Dec. 30, and returning Tues day, Jan. 3. Full details will be announced when the bowl site has been officially se lected. Interested persons should contact the Nebraska Union Program Office, room 136, Nebraska Union. READ NEBRASKAN WANT ADS RHlQlB Free to College Students 25$ to others A new booklet, published by a non-profit educational founda tion, tells which career fields lets you make the best use of all your college training, including liberal-arts courses which career field offers 100,000 new jobs every year which career field produces more corporation presidents than any other what starting salary you can expect. Just send this ad with your name and address. This 24-page, career-guide booklet, "Oppor tunities in Selling," will be mailed to you. No cost or obli gation. Address: Council on Op portunities, 550 Fifth Ave., New York 36, N. Y, Neb-11-21 When You Must Keep Alert When you can't afford to be drowsy inattentive, or anything less than til thero. . . here's how to stay on top. VEflV. Continuous Action Alertness Capsules deliver the awakeness of two cups of coffee, stretched out up to six hours. Safe and non-haOit-formlng. Continuous Action Alertness Capsules IE3 with the Omaha World-Herald based part of his oppo sition to the University bud get on the grounds that "no legislature member knows what is in the Budget." He commented that the Board of Regents is "secre tive" and that it is impossi ble to get a good account ing of just where the mon ey is spent. He accused the Board of The amounts of the Indi vidual grants, further in tended to provide encour agement to faculty and stu dent research in magazines and magazine publishing, are not fixed. Funds will be provided for a specific project or proposal as merited by the discretion of the commit tee. It is expected that most awards will range from $600 to $1,000. The Fellowships will be made available to any fac ulty member or student at any of the 47 schools or de partments of journalism which are Education Asso ciate Members of the Mag azine Publishers Associa tion. The University of Nebras ka is one of the members of this Association. Project applications must be submitted for considera tion prior to Nov. 30. Re cipients of the awards will be announced prior to Dec. 1, 1966, through the head of ttie journalism department or school to the chairman of the Education Commit tee, Magazine Publishers Association, 575 Lexington Ave., New York, New York 10022. J. Michael Hadley, pub lisher of Ladies' Home Journal and vice president of The Curtis Publishing Company, is chairman of the Education Committee of the Magazine Publishers Association. i mi i ii i1li s in?' ' THE MIDWESTS OLDEST AND MOST MODERN BUSINESS COLLEGE FACILITY Courses offered in: fc- Professional accounting if Private Secretarial Business Administration if Executive Secretarial if Accounting if Stenographic if General Business TWO GREAT SCHOOLS COMBINED IN ONE NEW BUILDING LINCOLN SCHOOL of CH1ERCE & lil 1821 "K STREET LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 432-5315 Hertz Thanksgiving .Weekend Special 6.00 a day liemile Rent a new Ford or similar make sedan for the long Thanksgiving weekend . . . Wednesday afternoon to 9 A.M. Monday ... at this special low holiday rate. Hertz includes everything insurance, gasoline (even if you buy it on the road)! Regents of okaying a bud get made up by University official such as Chancellor Hardin overnight without proper consideration. Skarda said be did not think enrollment Increases at the University were great enough to merit a greatly increased budget. The budget request pro vides for anticipated enroll ment in the fall of 1967 of 19,200 students and 20,600 in the fall of 1968. These num bers compare with 15,200 in 1965 and about 17,000 in 1966 and 8,400 as recently as 1959. He added that he saw no ne-ad for an admissions pol icy to limit enrollment as one way of cutting the bud get. Skarda commented that he objected "absolutely" to an increase in the budget per se, but that he had no objection to increasing funds for specific items. He said he would not be opposed to an increase In teacher's salaries, even though he says the Univer sity pays better than most schools in the Big Eight. He added that he would not object to increased re search facilities or new buildings for the University if they are needed. Skarda said he was un aware that the University is undergoing a financial crisis which would necessi tate a great budgetary in crease. He offered no suggestions about what could or should be done about the Univer sity's financial problems except an independent aud it to "determine necessity instead of just relying on a few people's opinions." He refused to predict what the Unicameral would do regarding budget in creases. He said he is not a member of the Budget committee and refused to predict what the committee would do. He declined to comment on statements by Omaha's Sen. Clifton Batchelder which supported budget cut? and opposed the Regent's Scholarships program. .uaita mrmSitiimmm wumtwiriiiiiaii'i HERTZ RENT A CAK v - " L s y h '"?.r t r - If It y'i . l : in, . J , Kutt-Wllv mm t r- - GRAD STUDENTS . . . Association. Grad-Faculty Group Appoints Officers University graduate stu dents are organizing to in crease and unify their own campus activities. Led by Evelyn Caha, Din Miles and Jim Parson, the students formed the Graduate-Faculty Association. In their first meeting, 50 graduate students and fac ulty members gathered in the Union to drink coffee and discuss faculty-graduate matters. The coffee was successful enough that a faculty-graduate weekly coffee is n o w scheduled for each Friday afternoon, according to Par sons. Last Friday the grad Liz bites Burton Elizabeth Taylor bites Richard Burton. She pulls his hair, screams at him and spits in his face. This is the way Shake speare wrote "The Taming of the Shrew," and this is the way Liz plays it in the movie the Burtons are making in Italy. Get an. intimate, on-the-set peek-watch the tempers flare and feathers fly in Russell Brandon's piece in the current issue of The Saturday Evening Post. Is Liz, the shrew, really overpaid, overweight and un dertalented? Study her picture on the cover! Also read John Pfeiffer's account of his Afri can visit to Drs. Louis and Mary Leakey, who are digging for traces of our pre-human ancestors of 15 million years ago. (This article is a short course in Prehistory and Pale ontology.) Follow navy flier Lt. j.g. Dieter Dengler in his 22-day escape from a Vietnam prison camp. Wind up with the story of Joe Namath, the $400,000 Alabama quarter back of the N.Y. Jets, who at age 23 is thinking of retire ment. All this and more in the December 3 issue of the Post. Buy your copy today. ON SALE NOW ENGINEERING OPPORTUNITIES Pratt & Whitney fiircraft I Aa Equal OppKtwW SPECIALISTS IN pOWEH . . . POWER FOR PROPUtSION-POWt FOt AUXILIARY SYSTCM. CURRENT UTILIZATIONS INCLUDE AIRCRAFT, MISSILES, SPACE VEHICLES, MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS. meet with faculty members to students picked interim of ficers for the Graduate-Faculty Association. Jim Par sons was appointed interim president, Bashir Ahmad, interim vice president; Don Miles, interim treasurer; and Astrida Augstums, in terim secretary. Another important func tion of the Association is to improve inter-departmental relations and understanding "Everv coursa Vv haH nt that University so far h a s YARDAGE SHOP FABRICS 1038 O ST. Entire Stock Sacrificed 25-75 OFF Lining free with wool purchase Formal & Designer fabrict reduced 54"-60" plaid & plain wools $2.98 & up A lovely formal for less than $10.00 Patterns Vi price with fabric purchase HAPPY GREETINGS OF THE SEASON and hope for: 1 A GOOD EXISTANCE 2 A DEVELOPED SPIRIT FOR EXISTENCE IN YOUTH 3 FREE CIRCULATION OF INTELLIGENCE 4 EQUAL RIGHTS 5 FAIR LICENSNG 6 A CITY WIDE CLEAN ALLEY SERVICE FOR YOUR TOWN & MINE 7 THE USE OF OFFICIALS IN THE MAINTENANCE OF SIMPLE EXISTENCE SERVICES IN PUBLIC APPEARANCES EQUAL TO THE FIRE CHIEF 8 A CHANGE IN THE SAYING IN PUBLIC PRAYERS, "God give us a good government" TO THE MORE DEMOCRATIC . . . GIVE US THE SPIRIT TO ESTABLISH & MAINTAIN GOOD GOVERNMENT 9 AN INTEREST TO WORK day by day in every way FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT 10 SOME ONE TO JOIN ME IF IN AGREEMENT: (a) To write the Kanka kee Park Board suggesting that during the Fishing Derby. The litter cans be placed to most induce the guests best intellectual encouragement, (b) Record our city's sale of our parking lots to private individuals and then leasing land for parking lots. Also record & detail comparatively the sociology behind the equipment used in demolition. Then trying to attach our ideas from the effort to the program sheets of all the county's high schools for the social in telligence of the students in the use of land, public savings & public energies, (c) Detail one case of alley filth where there are growing children in the family. Using the advise of the, Mental Health Clinic, Family Services, Public & County Aid Depts., Police, Churches, etc., etc., (the works once). Then under our direction or some one else hires one of the family's children to remove the fifth on a continuous basis. This effort even if a failure, if we had a continuous re cording group, to me would surpass in social intelligence & creativeness the promoters for Marie "The Body" McDon ald & Marilyn Monroe. AND if we succeed we might start the interpretation of the psychology (maybe filth) of the ages old world wide institutions of: the military & religion. Cecil Kraft, 385 N. Chicago Ave., Kankakee Illinois. Present Guidance (self appointed) BROWN CROSS B since 1963 B$C SERVICES FREE C in Kankakee REMEMBER FREE for Seniors and Graduates In mechanical, CAMPUS INTERVIEWS y ITErjAiie emweM tm umteSaikciuft earn Emptor discuss new Graduate Faculty been in my department, (microbiology), o b s e rved Parsons. "But last Friday I met an economics profes sor who really impressed me." Future plans for meetings include a Christmas Party, and speakers from the De partments of Music and Economics. "All graduate students are invited to our Friday after Thanksgiving vacation." AERONAUTICAL, CHEMICAL, CIVIL (structures oriented), ELECTRICAL, MARINE, and METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING ENGINEERING MECHANICS, APPLIED MATHEMATICS, CERAMICS, PHYSICS and ENGINEERING PHYSICS MONDAY, DEC. 5 Appointments should be made In advance through your College Placement Office Pianist Ivan Davis Appears In Concert Pianist Ivan Davis, play ing "Rapsody on a Theme of Paganini," was featured with the University Orches tra at the Fall Orchestra Concert Sunday in the Ne braska Union ballroom. Davis is currently on a ten day concert tour. When not on tour he teaches mu sic at the University of Miami. In an i n f o r m a 1 coffee hour, Davis said that he never practices the day of a concert, but that he prac tices hard the day before. . He said that he probably played his best Sunday in the afternoon rehearsal with the orchestra because prac tice tires and wears him out. Other pianists are not se cure unless they practice a lot and hard the day of a concert, he said. "All my real, hard-digging in practice was done when I was 17 and 18 years old," Davis said. Mozart is the most diffi cult composer to play well, he said. The most success ful in playing Mozart are the very young who are so innocent they don't know Is "CANDY" evil or great? Read It and udg for yourself, an action somo don't want you to toko. (Lincoln's newest bookstore) THURSDAY i DEC. 1st (iSi AT 8:00 P.M. IN PERSON ANNIVERSARY SHOW and the PENNSYLVAIUIANS BOXOFFICE OPEN 1J NOON TILL t P.M. 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