Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1969)
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1969
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
on speaker selection
Phi Eta Sigma scholarships
by Susie Jenkins
Nebraskan Staff Writer
After a semester of attempts to get
a sluggish 1969 World in Revolution
conference out of the planning stage.
ASUX conference chairman Ron
Alexander said chances are fifty-fifty
that the conference will take place
Alexander said Sunday that the
ultimate fate of the conference will
be decided by the middle of this w eek.
After this date it would be too late
realistically to continue planning for
the projected April 15 and 16 gather
ing, he said.
"If we can't bring relevant and in
teresting speakers to the conference,
we will save our money for next
vear," he said.
ALEXANDER ADMITTED that his
committee started too late to put
together the program he would have
AWS key orientations for any
woman who intends to participate in
the key system any time this semester
will be this week, according to
Christie Schwartzkopf, key committee
On Tuesday, Feb. 4. orientations
will be at 7 p.m. at Smith; at 7:45 .
p.m. for Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Mu
at Alpha Delta Pi; 8:30 p.m. at San
doz. THE ORIENTATION for Zeta Tau
Alpha, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta and
Kappa Delta will be at 6:30 p.m. at
Zeta Tan Alpha; at 7:15 p.m. for
Pound and Women's Residence at
Pound; and at 8:30 p.m. for Burr,
Fedde and Love Memorial at Burr,
on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
On Thursday, Feb. 6, two orienta
tions will be held at 7 p.m., one for
Alpha Phi and Alpha Omicron Pi at
Alpha Phi and for Gamma Phi Beta,
Kappa Alpha Tbeta and Sigma Delta
Tan at Gamma Phi Beta; at 7:45
p.m. at Selleck and at 7:45 p.m. for
Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Sigma Kappa at Alpha
Chi Omega; at 8:30 p.m. for Pi Beta
Phi, Alpha Xi Delta and Delta Delta
Delta at Pi Beta PhL
Any woman who will be unable to
attend her own orientation should
check with the key chairman in her
"We've found that to get big name
speakers, you have to start planning
, a year ahead," he said.
When the group began inquiring last
fall about conference speakers, goals
were for such men as Sen. J. William
Fulbright (D-Arfc.), philosopher
Herbert Marcuse and Urban League
Director Whitney Young.
ALEXANDER FOUND, however,
that these types of speakers were
booked far in advance. So he is now
trying instead for speakers with "less
fame, but equally as talented" as the
bigger names. He declined to name
those the committee has in mind.
"Such a program will require a bit
more selling, but we could have a suc
cessful conference anyway," Alex
He luaintaind thai if the speakers
now invited should accept the com
mittee has enough commitments for
funds to bring all of them.
HE SAID MONEY would come from
the ASUN budget the Nebraska Union
Program Council and the Faculty
Convocations committee. The con
vocations committee has pledged a
certain amount, he said, "provided
that the speaker is already obtain
ed." Union Program Council President
Dave Buntain criticized this method
of funding the World in Revolution.
Buntain. who also serves on the
Convocations committee, said that one
of the main problems of finding
money for educational speakers is
that there is no central fund for book
ing such programs.
"THE ONLY WAY the World in
Revolution conference stands a
chance of surviving on a more than
temporary basis is by setting up a
permanent organization to plan and
tmd it" Buntain said.
He said that the newly organized
Union Forums Committee would be
the logical vehicle for such planning,
but that for success, "the committee
will require a sizeable allocation."
The present faculty Convocations
Committee submitted recommenda
tions in December for changes in
methods for use of student fees by
that committee, but Buntain said he
was skeptical as to what will happen
to the recommendations.
"WE HAVE BEGUN to realize that
little of lasting value can happen in
one day, where speakers deliver one
speech, eat lunch and take their pay,"
"This method forces us to bring
in the glamorous big names rather
than people of real educational
value," Buntain said.
He emphasized that he was not
dissatisfied with the 1968-69 speaker
series sponsored by the Union, but
that "we must put more support with
programs having more impact on
"The problem with an inadequate
budget is obvious," Buntain said.
"The Faculty Convocations Committee
Is saddled with two dissimilar func
tions, and therefore neither the depart
ments nor the all-University convoca
tions are sufficiently funded."
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3
(All events in the Nebraska Union
v unless otherwise Indicated)
It: 30 p.m.
Towne Club Fathers to Dinnei
Summer Internship Interviews
; 7:30 p.m.
Union Hospitality Hovland Bridal
Afro-American Collegiate Society
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Student Veterans Organiation Legion
Club; G. Robert Ross, speaker
Graduating seniors who plan to
work for graduate or professional de
grees and who are members of Phi
Eta Sigma, freshman honorary for
men. are asked to contact Leslie
Hewes. faculty advisor, 232 Burnett.
The National Phi Eta Sigma Fra
ternity offers at least nine $300 schol
arships each year on the basis of the
student's scholastic record, creSve
ability, financial need, promise of suc
cess in his chosen field, personality
and character, Hewes has announC3.
. Members of Phi Eta Sigma arrjO
gible for these scholarships. The local
deadline for submitting applications is
MORE PROGRESSIVE ROCK
9 P.A1: NIGHTLY
KFMQ STEREO 95 FM
Become involved in
LENKURT ELECTRIC, located on the
beautiful San Francisco Peninsula, is
the largest independent producer of
Communications Transmission Systems
Lenkutt is an equal opportunity
FEBRUARY 3 & 4
(Meadev ft Tetsfav)
Cxttoct Moctw wt Offica
GENERAL TELEPHONE & ELECTRONICS
1 1 05 County Road, San Carlos, Calif. 34273
Mndgy mrm FrMnr
X pjm. i pjn. -
Sc Mr ward
Stem vmp'Jbrr. Seett J-C
Etui fiae. 47571.
Expert trrt. Kim iiliH rates. ft. e
PAaM. Can Pat Om, 43-XKH.
mm mm i ymn tmrnni
CHARM IN PAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY
A subsidiary of Procter & Gamble
will interview engineers one year from their final degree, either 5 or MS sa Engi
neering, Paper Technology, or MBA with tedwical ES
Here's opportunity to evaluate your technical skills and interests with one of
the fastest growing manufacturers in the nation's 10)1) largest industry! You gain
first-hand information about career opportunities in a process industry, and see
yourself functioning m an actual industrial situation. After a brief orientation, yon
will be assigned a project, or projects, in the following fields:
Production Management Plant Engineering Plant Industrial engineering
Plant Chemical Engineering
Each problem assigned to you will be in accordance with your parbcwlar level of
trainifj and will be an actual problem for which we need an answer. To solve it,
yem will put to direct practical use many of the techniques you have just learned
m school. Length of program is flexible; minimum length is weeks.
These people process information rapidly, transferring printed thoughts, facts, impressings and feelings into
living, usable and structured personal knowledge. They are not card punchers, but Dynamic Readers who
comprehend information at well above 1,200 words per minute. They anticipate, question and think rapidly,
using the printed page to direct and stimulate thinking. Cards, machines and files store and sort . . . PEOPLE
TilEVK. To improve your reading rate, accuracy and retention ability, enroll in the EVELYN WOOD READ
ING DYNAMICS COURSE beginning soon. The details are below.
The course U well worth th
time to tike.
mpmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt in jmvmm0mmgmmmmtmmmmm,vm pWWW' """" uimuium,... I .1 lull II I I'll II
i . - .It-. I
1 H I
jT i I
- ' I
ct", i t i V . t : I
i . J. .,) -7 ' isf 1
p.W.4 Jl ---- k4... - Jl - . t
I am sow able to compre
hend the over-all logic in
anything I read in Just the
preview part . . . therefore I
have improved comprehen
sion in difficult subjects. ,
I can read about 1,000 words
on eajy stuff and get it.
With practice I could get a
lot better . . . and it would
help a lot when I get so I
have to read a lot of books.
To encourage you, I would
cay that I accomplished a
great deal in this course.
SaUry comparable to saUncs paid by other leading comprw who offer t
program. Sound-trip travel expenses paid torn your home, or the otnpts, faid
ever is nearer, to where you wiU work.
Choice of three locations: Green Bay,
Mehoopany, Pennsylvania (near Scran ton).
Wisconsin; Cheboygan, Michigan, or
MATR IX Management Trial Iterate)
Him at a speart one-week non-compater
batineK simulation exercise for everyone
n or summer pfograra.
Jem and other fumtner trainee m your
plant wi8 each simulate the pewtioo of
flant Manager of a hypothetical plant After
being briefed on your JTsponvibi lilies, yoa
will make decisions affecting chemical pro
cesses, products, qualify, scheduling, cost
control and industrial relations. The results
of your decisions become the basis for far
ther decisions through the eaeicise.
trtenwve critique sessions follow this loie
pUyoj experience. You, your fellow prt
cipants, and member of management wil
discuss and evaluate (he quality of yottr de
osions and the breadth of the knplacatk
you explored in teaching Ihetn. Efforts e
made to relate this sonuUtxxi to leal plant
operations. This concentrated one wee
program gives you an excellent capsule pre
view of the extent and variety of challenges
faced by a Oarmtn Plant Manager.
An temd Opportunity Employer
j t, 4
MED. RADIO. TECH.
II works? Take it from us!
Reading: is one of our pri
mary tools by which we can
tearn about this world we
Bve la. We would encourage
anyone to take this course.
JAUES T. LYKCH
Either I will cut my reading
' tune down to U id the time
it used to take, or I will read
4 times as much as I could
before. Both of these are ex
Very good course to increase
reading speed and compre
hension. Makes it easier to
read more becawte you can
get through material faster.
L-engthy books don't look so
, 4 jf r
r 1 "as f
R0SERT LARSOX. JR.
Helps greatly in school work,
homework, terms papers,
tests, etc. Makes reading a
pleasure and much more fun.
It helps me understand so
much more than I used to
... and so much faster!
UARY JAKE DYER
I would advise and encour
age any student who has a
chance to take this course to
do so. J sincerely believe that
the course (if you apply
yourself) can be of great
Attend a FREE Mini-Lesson
1601 "P" Street
Mom, Feb. 3
Tues., Feb. 4
4pm. & 7:30pm
4pm & 7:30pm
Tues., Feb. 4 '3 & 7pm
Nebr. Wesleyon C. C. White BIdg.
Overflow Can Wed., Feb. 5 3 & 7pm
1601 "P" Srreer
Since 1959. Over 4C0.C00 Graductes
EYELYIJ WOOD READIHG DYHAHICS
1601 "P" .
Lincoln, Nebr. 68508
Please send me a descriptive
brochure. I om lender so onar'w.
.State Zip. ...
Powered by Open ONI