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Master' Mums to visit campus
Friday, April 17, 197.
Jazz & Java
Inter Varsity Christian
Selleck April Foolishness
7 & 9 p.m.
Movie "Collage of Underground
collage of films
The Nebraska Union will
show a collage of underground
films this weekend. The films
will run at 7 & 9 p.m., Friday
and Saturday. Aoril 17 and 18
in the Nebraska Union. They
will also be shown at 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 18 on the East
Films include "Picaro," "60
Cycles", "Supper Up",
"Neighbors", "Lines Vertical
& Horizontal", "Castro Street",
"Come Dance With Me", "On
Nothing Days", and "Portrait
of Lydia". Admission price is
POP CORN (wfcltt r vtlUw)
Stock up tar weekend parties.
OPEN DAILY 1 to 10:30 p.m.
1150 No. 48th
across Irent McDonald Volkswagen
Fifteen outst anding
University of Nebraska alumni
will be on campus April 19-21
for Masters Week.
The "Masters" will meet
with students in living units,
attend the Honors Convocation
Tuesday and meet with classes.
"The wide diversity of ir
. terests and professions
represented by the 1970
Masters will provide students
with many opportunities to
meet alumni who have achiev
ed success in their chosen
fields," according to Joe
Voboril, Masters Week co
chairman. University alumni who have
accepted invitations to
participate in this year's
Master's Week include:
COL. BARNEY OLDFIELD. who Is
retired from the United Srates Air Force.
Oldfield is currently vice president of Lit.
ton Industries, Beverly Hills. Clif. He has
been newspapermen, redie com.
men ta tor, radio and TV scriptwriter,
author, magazin writer.
A. F. JACOBSON, president of
Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. of
Omaha, which serves Nebraska, Iowa,
Minnesota, North Dakota and ' South
Dakota. Among Jacobson's many honors
was hit selection as "Man of the Year" by
Northwest Bancorporation Minneapolis in
MARIANNE MEANS, columnist for
King Fea'-irvs. Hearst Newspapers,
Washington, D.C. A 195 University of
Nebraska gradual and Phi Beta Kappa
honorary member, she reported on the
1940, 1964 and 1968 presidential campaign
Found a tionWeek
Saturday concludes Founda
tion Week sponsored by the
Builders Foundation Commit
tee. Benefits from University
Foundation to the University
for this year total $3,340,000.
This sum is divided as fol
lows: Reasearch support, $1,944,
000; research equipment, $128,
000; funds to Sheldon, $55,000;
faculty travel, $9,500; library
acquisitions, $8,500; NU Mu
seum, $24,000; Honorarium and
lectureships, $2,500; kevspriz
es and trophies, $1,500; Dis
tinguished Professorships, $98,
000; fellowships, $184,000; fac
ulty and university support,
$137,000; and scholarships,
A number of campus build
ings owe their existence to Uni
versity Foundation. Among
them: Sheldon Gallery, Love
Library, Women's P.E. Bldg.,
Woods Art Bwg., and the Ne
braska Center for Continuing
fast! Oft 1U Hilarios Play ty WMJy Altta
and conventions. She I a frequent guest
on TV shows including "Meet the Press",
and th "Tonight Show".
ADRIAN 588, a genetics professor at
Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Srb I
considered one of the world's outstanding
scientists in genetics and biology. Ha is
the senior author of General Genetics and
co-author of Adaptation, textbooks widely
used in American colleges.
DR. ELIZABETH MASON-HOHL,
chief of staff at the Cancer Detection
Center Hollywood, Calif. Mr. Mason
Hohl founded the Cancer Prevention
Society Detection Clinic
CHARLES ATTEY. vice president of
Continental Illinois National Bank and
Trust Company. Chicago. III.
HENRY FOSTER JR. Professor of
law at New York University School of
Law. A Harvard Law School graduate
fellow In 194041, Foster is co-author of two
law books and has written numerous
articles in legal periodicals and medical
, DOR ETTA HOFFMAN, dean of th
Home Economics College at Kansas State
University, Manhattan, Kan. She is presi
dent of the national hum economics
honorary. Phi UpsMon Omicron.
ROBERT CRAIG, emeritus professor
of management at Graduate School of
Business Administration. University of
Southern California. Los Angeles. A
lawyer, Craig holds chairmanship In
organization Including the Civil
Aeronautics Board th Los Angele
Republican Assembly and th California
Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
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DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD -TOM SKERRITT
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DAN TOLMAN, dentist. Mayo Clinic.
Rochester, Minn. Toiman was the 1953
high-hurdle and low-hurdle champion of
the Big Eight Conference. He was ap
pointed instructor in dentistry at the Mayo
Graduate School of Medicine In 1966.
ROBERT WENKE, presiding fudge,
Juvenile Department of the Los Angeles
Superior Court. He is the author of two
books "Marital Settlement Agreement
Form Book" and "Making and Meeting
Objections." both widely-read law books.
GERALD THOMAS, vice president
and director of Campbell Distributing Co.,
Rosemont, Pa. Thomas is the immediate
past president of the National Association
of Frozen Food Packers. He was th
originating chairman of he Consumer In
formation Program which has been
credited as being one of n catalysts to
the remarkable growth of frozen food in
the past live years.
GENE LIGHTNER, Inventor for
Howlett-Packerd Co., Kannett Square, Pa.
Lightner has had numenus publication
and patents in chemical processes
automation and scientific ' strumentatlon.
WILLIAM WENKE, attorney at Santa
Ana, Calif. Wenke specialises In general
and business litigation an-J is past presk
dent of the Santa Ana Chamber of Com
merce. Community Chest and th Salva
tion Army Advisory Board.
WILLIAM HODDER, president of
Target Stores, Inc.. Minneapolis, Minn. He
Is a member of the Consultative Council of
th University of Minnesota School of
Business .3ministra.ion a u a inber
of the school's Board of Directors.
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CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P.M.
WG0 PREMINCTR R0KRT AITMAN RING lAKWER, Jr.
Color by DE LUXE r ANA VISION
TONIGHT at 7 & 9 P.M. mMtfE?
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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1970
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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