The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 20, 1967, Page Page 5, Image 5
MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1967 The Daily Nebraskan Page 5 Visiting Hours Committee To Prepare Rough Draft By Mark Gordon Junior Staff Writer The coed-visiting hours committee will meet Tues day at 7:30 p.m. in Abel Hall to prepare a rough draft of the brief that will be presented to the Univer sity Board of Regents. Coed - visiting chairman Dave Shonka said the fu ture brief will "iron out some of the rough spots and perfect the last brief we had. It will also combine some new points we have gathered." The previous brief was presented before the Facul ty Committee on Student Affairs last week and it passed the group of ASUN representatives, faculty members and administra with wide approval. Regents Approval Final approval or rejec tion of the measure, which is gaining wide spread ap proval, will be left to the Regents. An ASUN poll, conducted by Roger Psota, ASUN pub lic opinion chair man, showed that 82 per cent of the University stu dents interviewed were in favor of the bill. Greek Week Dinners, Tiemann Talk The plans1 for Greek Week, to run from Tuesday, April 4 to Sunday, April 9, have been announced by Bob Bartee, chairman of the IFC Affairs Committee. On Tuesday, Apr. 4, ex change dinners among the Greek houses will be held. Following the dinners, Gov. Norbert Tiemann will ad dress Greeks in the Ne braska Union Ballroom, Serenading will begin later in the evening. Quiz Bowl On Wednesday, different teams composed of newly elected IFC and Panhel lenic officers and represen tatives, will compete in Quiz Bowl matches. There will also be a torch light parade of chariots. The parade shall end at the stadium steps at which time Gene Hohensee will give a short presentation. Projects Thursday evening has been left open in order that each house "will construc tively initiate an event or project which emphasizes the Greek Week theme," according to Bartee. Speakers might also be invited to talk on pertinent topics. Centennial Day Friday will be Centen nial Day. In the afternoon, the Greek System will un dertake a project. It will consist of selling Centen nial artifacts in the Lincoln area. Fraternity and sor ori'v nairines vill be made for the project. r'riday evening will be the Centennial Ball. The Astronauts will provide the r In the water, or Swimming Instructor Miss Vicky Shanks enjoys the freedom of her Pearls Optical Contact Lenses! Vicky hir Purl Optical Contact limn ill Pit ttmt, even iwimmmj. likt off 7500 othw icliv people who weir Purli Optical Contact LtflKt...diy In and day out Vicky appreciates her Contact Lanses, not only at t beauty aid, but lor the lingua feeling of security and freedom Verilite contact umts onn n peopla on the go. (People likt you!) find out about Verilitt Contact tentat. You can! buy liner Contact Unset anywhere. See Verilite Contact Lenses tm prict Mly 65 In LINCOLN: At Abel-Sandoz, where the movement originated sev eral months ago, over 98 per cent approved of the measure, while a check at Women's Residence Hall showed 86 per cent wanted adoption of the measure. Twice Each Week jShonka pointed out that the poll also indicated that 57 per cent wanted the hours run at least twice each week. "The poll shows without doubt," he explained,, "that our committee has the support of University residents. I hope the Re gents will take into con sideration both the need we have emphazised and the support we have from the residents. t Shonka indicated that he would continue to investi gate the proposal's support around the University be fore the Regents consider the proposal. Trial Run During the trial run, a supervisor, not necessarily a student assistant would have to present during the hours. A 'responsible' stu dent could substitute for ' the student assistant. To Include music for the dance, to be held in the University Coli seum will be from 9-12 p.m. Princess Athena Princess Athena will be crowned and a beard-growing contest will be held. The Greek Week games will be held Saturday morn ing on the south practice field. The Greek Marathon will begin in Crete, Ne braska at 8:00 a.m., with the last runner arriving in Lincoln at approximately 10:45 a.m. Greek Conference The Greek Conference will be held at the Kellogg Center on East Campus Saturday afternoon. Sunday afternoon the Greek system will under take a philanthropic pro ject handled by Panhellenic. The project will consist of the presentation, of a va riety show at Lincoln or phanages by talent groups. The awards banquet will be held Sunday. The John M. Abrahamzon award, IFC Sophomore Scholar ship, and Gamma Gamma Honorary awards will be presented. THERE ARE TWO HEROIC BOOK STORES HEROIC 1 236 Ho. 12th HEROIC 2 12th & N FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE out... Ptirn Optical now. lOI ii At. tpftccd 1132 "O" Street Phone 432-7583 Open Daily Including All Day Saturday The individual residence hall may install the policy no more than twice a week and each respective hall has the final decision when or if the hours will be in effect. Only On Weekends The coed-visiting hours can be held only on week ends with a three-hour limit each time they are in ef fect. Shonka said the passage of the bill by the Faculty Committee "shows the fac ulty is aware of the prob lems faced by the residence hall." He added that "we are looking forward to meeting with the Regents and we are reasonably confident that they will evaluate this issue objectively and just ly." He said the committee was "fairly optomistic" about the final approval of the bill by the Regents. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiHiimmiiiiiiiiinii inn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Represent Four Countries ... 1 Twelve NU Students Attendl a Model United Nations Meetl Twelve Students from the University were delegates to the Model United Na tions held at Nebraska Wes leyan University last Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Harold Bordee, who was chairman of a University delegation which repre sented South Africa, said that "the University of Ne braska, Wesleyan, and oth er colleges from the imme diate area sent delegations which represented nearly every nation represented in the United Nations." "The University sent del egations representing Laos, South Africa, the Ukraine, and Byelorussia," he con tinued. "We discussed top ics which have recently come up in the United Na tions such as the problem of racist governments like South Africa and Rhodesia; the Vietnam situation; the proliferation of nuclear weapons; and Palestine. Bordee said that no for eign students went to the Model UN from the Uni versity although some of the delegates from Wesley an were foreign students. The University delegates r ' i Budget Terms with never an extra charge. Glasses from $1150 . t . 3r , jTl- I ' V, r . : : ; .: -J, (' " . ' . . -,k . . . ; THUNDERBIRDS . . . perforin the calypso to show the stability of the F-100 Super Sabre during inverted flight. The solo who is flying upside down can remain in that position 10-14 seconds before the engine flames out. Thunderbirds Appear April 1 The Thunderbirds, of ficial Air Force aerial dem onstration team, will ap pear at the Lincoln Munici pay Airport April' 1. Spon sored by the University's Angel Flight and Arnold were chosen through inter views by ASUN. The dele gates were: Harold Bordee, Charlie Baxter, and Dave Rasmussen, of the South African delegation; Linda Weiss, Tom Hoegemeyer, and Tom Briggs, represent ing Laos; Carol Madson, Cheryl Adams, and JoAnne Paul of the Ukrainian dele gation; and John Shreck inger, Kelly Baker, and Bob Noecker of the Byelorus sian delegation. Bordee explained that College Campus Model United Nations, which is a UN sponsored organization, holds Model United Nations throughout the nation on a regular basis. "Delegates are given the UN voting record of the OPEN DAILY 1 P.M. Pool Tables ... Snooker Tables ... Open Bawling . . . SNOOKER BOWL N. 48th Dudley 1135 R Take home a gift for your little brother or sister priHfj Sab oil Sweofshlrfs Cotton Sveatshirts Long sleeve & short sleeve Reg. $2.95 Nov $1.98 Kodel Sweatshirts Long sleeve & short sleeve Reg. $3.95 Now $1.98 Nebr. Book Store 1135 R Street Lincoln, Nebr. 1 Hour Free Parking at 12th Gr Q A division of Nebraska Book Company, Inc. with affiliates In Lot Angm'off, Seattle, Denver and Iowa City J- ' " ' I Air Society and the Ne braska Air National Guard, the team will present a 30 minute show in their Super Sabre jets. The demonstration, one of approximately 100 air country they represent and they are supposed to de velop arguments that de fend that voting record," Bordee continued. "T h e Model UN turned out to be more personal opinion than was planned." Another delegate, Char lie Baxter said that "all of us agreed that the Model UN is very worthwhile and we are making plans to have one at the Univer sity." FOR. ANY CAR. 1M4IN. SERVICE! Speedway Motors 477-4421 oolc Sfor . - shows put on by the Thunderbirds each year, is the featured event of the Centennial Aviation Open House. In addition to the Thun derbirds, several military aircraft will be on public display on the Air National Guard parking ramp. Lin coln's General, Commercial and Military Aviation lo cations will also be open to the public. Open house hours of the Centennial event are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Thunder bird demonstration will be gin at 2:30 p.m. NEBRASKA 432-3139 12th & P Street DOORS OPEN 12:45 NOW SHOWING THERE'S NO GHOST BUT HE'S STILL CHICKEN! i yiv-wau Space' a,(J C7V History! I&uitifiiflr TECHNICOLOR Specially Housing For Sophs Sophomores will be able to live in specially approv ed housing according to Mary Almy of the Ad Hoc Housing committee. Almy said that the com mittee decided unanimous ly Saturday to allow all sophomores to live in spe cially approved housing, which means that the hous ing must be designed spe cifically for students. 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