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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.6, 1969
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
New York America's grownups
can learn from the nation's switched
on young people aiiout absolute
honesty and depth of feeling in mat
ters of love, marriage and sex.
grandfather John D. Rockefeller III
commented this week.
In a signed article appearing in the
current issue of Look .Magazine, the
oldest of the five RockefelJer brothers
said that a new perspective on modern
life is emerging from the behavior and
beliefs held by many of today's young
"I greatly respect them for taking a
fresh look at boy-girl and man-woman
relationships in our society," said
Rockefeller. "Much of what they are
thinking, saying and doing makes
sense lo me."
In the article, Rockefeller said that
his conclusions about the young
generation were formed after a period
of intense study Tor a speech he
delivered last October. The subject of
that speech was the youth revolution
and he came away convinced of the
great potential in the energy and fer
ment of young people, he said.
"I do not mean to ascribe magical
powers to the young. They do not have
all the answers. IHit 1 believe un
deniably many young people in many
ways are the advance guard into new
behavioral territory in this complex
and changing world and that we all
would do well to observe carefully
what they do any say," wrote
The nation's young, he said, are
forcing a change in the old "Victorian
Art Lending Library
scheduled for Oct. 7
The Nebraska Union Contemporary
Arts Committee will present the an
nual Student Art Lending Library
Tuesday. October 7. from 2 to 5:30
p.m. in the Union North and South
Conference rooms. Pictures are loaned
free of charge for the entire school
year to University of Nebraska stu
dents. Program film director
interviews on Tuesday
The Nebraska Union Program
Committee is now accepting applica
tions for the position of area film
director. All interested students are
encouraged to apply in the Union
Program Office and to sign up for
interviews Tuesday evening. Sept. 23.
The new area film director will serve
inhibitions" about sex. While youth
has its problems, he added,
"puritanism certainly is not one of
The true significance about the sex
revolution is not whether there is
more or less sex, but the emergence
of a healthier attitude about sex, said
Rockefeller commenting that this
revolution has brought out into the
open "what used to be needlessly
hushed up and saddled with quilt."
Rockefeller wrote in his Look article
that marriage remains the corner
stone of society and "remains as im
portant as ever with the young."
Despite their freedom from
convention and inhibition, he
said, "their relations are hot
superficial: rather there is genuine
striving for depth and meaning."
6 A dulls onn Ion rn 9 frnm vnuth P&K
Teacher Placement orientation lo draw 500
Friday, Sept. 26, 1969
Block Ticket Sales "Sergio
Mendes and Brasil 66"
A. Ph. A.
Inter Varsity Christian Fel
lowship 7 and 9 p.m.
MOVIE "Citizen Kane"
More than 900 graduating
seniprs will register with tiie
Teacher Placement Division
for the current school year.
Last year, including alum
ni, a total of 2,112 prospec
tive teachers were registered
and the number is expected
to increase again this year.
In order to accomodate the
large number of registrants,
three meetings have been set
for Sept. 29, Oct. 1-2 at 4:30
p.m. at Love Memorial Li
The purpose of the meet
ings is to orient students to
the process of seeking teach
ing positions, and distribute
forms for registration with
placement. Interview! for
Second Semester positions
begin in November
LIVE MUSIC 4-6 P.M.
HAPPY HOUR LOUNGE 1042
Short and Long Sleeves
Nebraska Emblem Imprinted
All Indian Leadership
of the American Indian
FRIDAY OCT. 3, 6 P.M.
SATURDAY OCT. 4, 3 P.M.
LINCOLN'S FUN CENTER
1907 "O" St.
ONE FREE HOUR OF POOL AND
PING-PONG WITH YOUR GOLDEN CUE
DISCOUNT CARD. GET YOURS TODAY.
Register before Oct
Methodist Student Center
640 N. 16th
Over 2000 Albums
A variety of music styles
and recording artists
Nebraska Book Store
APPEARING AT THE ROYAL GROVE
SAT. SEPT. 27. FROM 4:30 TO 7:30
- BILL STEIN -
STOP IN AFTER THE GAME
FOR FOOD. DRINKS
AND GREAT ENTERTAINMENT
Prkts Effect ire Tours. Tare Wed. tJ
O Cmery Store & A-Ce-Go Drive In Located ef 27th & VltlG Q
Open Sunday 10 A.M. -7 fM. Open Weekdays 10 A.M. to 10 WW.
Sept. 29 - Oct. 3
Monday and Tuesday Free Films in Main Lounge
10 -12 a.m. 1-3 p.m.
"Plymouth Film Festival"
Main Lounge 10-12 I 1-3
The starxlOUT pocket-model
reference marker by Ebeihard Faber
makes printed material leap o(f
' the page.
U ,; il lo emphasize words, title?,
numbers and other important points.,
In reports, textbooks, outlines, maps.
Evaiyv.'hors somatfting has to
$tand cut. On any knd of paper.
The pockct-slie standOUT goes to
class with you, goes anywhera you go
Makes it easy for you to take better
notes, by marking the high spots with
a bright yellow or pin color for fast,
Do it right. With the standOUT.
your cofepe booktlort.
li eat t tat '
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r'.-::r 340 WEST CORNHUSKER HWY.
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: can be a lonely figure
without her own phone number? J
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Foreign Film Society
Free to Freshmen 4:00 p.m.
"Hugs and Kisses" 7 i 9 p.m.
FREE FILMS MAIN LOUNGE
10 A.M. I 3 P.M.
JAZZ IN THE PURE FORM
South Crib 3:30
SIGN OF THE TIMES
Union Style Show Featuring . . .
Quentins, Magee's, Carriage Shop, Wooden Nickel
10-12 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.
JAZZ and JAVA
Country and Western
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