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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1969
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Greeks to debut
in first concert
on February 8
An hour of popular music including
"Up, Up and Away" and "Dear
Heart" will sound from the Nebraska
Union Saturday at 8 p.m. when the
Greek Chorale presents its first con
cert. With concert proceeds, the Chorale
hopes to present future concert-programs
to 10-15 major high schools
throughout the state, according to
Gary Wolff, Chorale president.
The programs will be aimed at high
school seniors and, will talk about
what the Greek system is including
its good and bad points, Wolifif said.
lie feels that the concert-programs
will be an ideal way to inform seniors
about the Greek system.
THE 60-MEMBER CHORALE of 30
sorority and 30 fraternity members
was begun this year for the enjoyment
of students in the chorale, Wolff said.
If the Saturday concert is success
ful, the Chorale will be able to repay
the Greek system in some way for
the music with the high school pro
grams, Wolff said.
Concert tickets for $1 are available
in the Union and at the door.
?!.fJ??!!S?!r-- Drive for convention
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Tliere will be no petition drive for
a constitutional convention organized
this week, according to Cliff Sather,
Harper Hall president who spoke out
for a petition drive at Wedsesday's
student Senate meeting.
"The consensus of the senators and
other concerned students who want
the convention this spring is to place
our trust in the Senate for one more
week," he said, "in hopes they will
exercise their position of leadership."
Sather emphasized that the ranks
of the concerned students are made
up of more than just dormitory
"Greeks and off-campus students as
well as dorm independents are con
cerned over this issue," Sather added.
"For this reason, I think a petition
drive would be a success."
Students must have the signatures
'of 35 per cent the student body to call
a constitutional convention by petition.
The only alternative method for call-
. . . in Providing Musical Outlet
The new officers of Unicorn are:
Becky Jensen, president; Tim Kin
caid, vice president; Mel Peterson,
treasurer and Gwen Peterson, secre
tary. Newly elected Acacia fraternity offi
cers are: Rodger Merz, president;
Bill Smitherman, vice president;
Mark Pimper, secretary; Raymond
Jacobs, treasurer; Barclay Resler,
pledge educator; Tom Bender, social
chairman; John Gleason, rush chair
man; Scott Emmett, summer rush
chairman; Dave Knecht, house man
ager and Forrest Critchfield, public
New officers of Love Memorial Hall
are Katherine Goiter, president; Mar
ilyn Hoffman, vice president; Joyce
INelson, secretary; Mary Lee Hunt,
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sons should sign up In the placement
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treasurer; Linda Hofferber, historian
and Mary Chalupsky, song leader.
Ag Men co-op pledge class officers
are: Darrell Stock, president; Dan
Newman, secretary-treasurer and Nis
Jessen, social chairman.
The new officers of Alpha Gamma
Sigma are Wayne Wood, president;
Randy Darling, vice president; Jerry
Haertel, pledge supervisor; Norm
Barney, rush chairman; Dwayne Arff,
treasurer; Fred McGuire, social chair
man; Glen Panning, warden; Jerry
Jackson, recording secretary; Wayne
Panning, scholarship; John Watson,
corresponding secretary; Gary Eberle,
historian; Dave Strotman, athletic;
Steve .Govier, expansion and personal
relations; Mar'v Jahde, health; Keith
Niman, chorister; Kent Zeller, eti
quette and Galen Hansen, chaplain.
University YWCA new officers are:
Barb Ramsey, president; Ann Quin
lan, 1st vice president; Pam Aeger
ter, 2nd vice president; Darlene
Dirks, secretary; . Marge Crandell,
treasurer and Betty Boyes, publicity
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ing a convention is for Senate todo
so by a three-fourths vote or;alI
senators. ' ; '
"A significant part of the student
body has expressed an interest in
calling a constitutional convention for
at least the purpose of reapportioning
the election of senators," Sather
If Senate does not offer a solution
to the problem of reapportionment
and the constitutional convention, he
added, concerne stuents will organize
the petition drive .
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