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Registration for the 1971
summer reading courses
offered by the University
Extension Division has been
delayed until May 10.
The delay will give students
an opportunity to attend the
spring instructional meeting for
each course prior to registering
for the course.
Students may register for
the summer reading courses
beginning May 10 at the
Extension Division Office, 5 1 1
Interviews will be Tuesday
beginning at 6 p.m. for
chairmen for next year's Union
Program Committees. Students
can sign up for the recreation,
drama, black activities, and
style show committee
interviews in the Program
Office, 1 28 Nebraska Union.
First Baptist Church; 14 & K
9:30 a.m.-Studies in Life and
Faith; 11:00 a m -Worship, S:1S
p.m.- Supper and Program; 6:30
p.m. .Christian Fellowship Hour.
Thomas R. Kramer Director.
St. Thomas Aquinas Church; 320 N
Sunday Mass 9:00 a.m.; 1 1 :00 a.m.;
12:1s, Saturday evening 7:00p.m.
Rev. Leonard Kalin, Director.
St. Mark's on the campus; 1309 R;
Holy Eucharist 8:30 a.m.; 10:30
a m.; S OO p.m. Ronald L. Wiley .
Religious Worship at Tifereth Israel
Synagogue; 3219 Sheridan Blvd.;
Worship Services-Friday-8:00 p.m.
Saturday-9:00 p.m. Rabbi Morton
S3S N 16; 432-8051; Sunday
Worship-9:00 a.m.; 10:30 a.m.;
Supper and Fellowship-5:30 p.m.
Alvin M. Petersen, Pastor. James
UNITED METHODIST CHAPEL
AND STUDENT CENTER
Wesley Foundation; 640 No 16;
Worship-9:30 a.m. -10:30 a.m. -11:30
a.m. Duane Hutchinson,
Minister-Director. Mel Quetchens ,
Assoc Minister-Director.- Anna Mae
Alphonse, Lay Associate.
UNITED MINISTRIES IN
The Campus Ministry of
Presbyterians United Church,
Disciples, Moravians, RCA, COB,
United Methodist;- 333 N 14;
432-6561; Sunday Worship-10:4S
Larry Doerr, Director. Sue Tidball,
The Lutheran Church-Missouri
Synod; IS & Q; 477-3997; Sunday
Worship-10:30 a.m.; 4:30 p.m.;
Gamma Delta Supper and
Program-S:30 Al J. Norden, Pastor.
Needed nowl Part-time, full time
students for King's Restaurants.
Waitresses end cerops. Apply
Geri Co. 48th ft O. 489-6521.
Service Station looking for
experienced students for
cummer work. Apply Pleasant
Date Mobil. Pleasant Date
SATURATE YOUR OWN
MARKET. . .Make money thn
summer by selling waterbeds n
your own home town (or any
area of the world for that
matter. Get ahold of T.J
Enterprises for details at
48S-0459 or write him at P.O.
Local company needs three college
men to work this summer. Mr.
GIRL WANTED no experience
necessary. Hostess needed for
service station on Interstate,
summer work only. Apply
Pleasant Dale Mobil. Pleasant
Dale Interchange. 795 8915
8 -week old puppies need good
homes - healthy German
short-hair mix, $5.00 each,
raised on our farm. Call
Stereo tape deck; two speakers, 16
tapes. Best fer. 477192.
"63 Corveir van. $300 or best offer .
Call 466752 aner e
Porch Sale - Clothes, amplifier,
records, typewriter, mirror,
stereo, race set, etc. 924 South
14th. Sat Sun.
1970 Vette, convertible with aux.
hardtop. Power & air. 11.000
miles. Best offer. 475-2702.
1967 Mustang. 289. 3-speed. air
conditioning. 1 owner,
Mobile Home. 8 k 34. carpeted,
furnished. See to apprecwte,
SI 300 Lot 18, 125 West D",
Olympia portable typewriter. Good .
condition. $50. Call 572 2226 or
1962 Triumph TR-4, wire wheels,
tonneau cover, rebuilt engine,
new clutch, $750. 477 2592.
1970 Mo. 350 BRIGSTONE BIKE,
less then 1.000 miles. $600. Call
Stereo components. Discount
Wataibeds groove only when you
do. - .$29.95. T. J.
Enterpr ises48B Q4S9 .
Kawasaki "175" Bushwacker 1969.
1800 miles, good condition. Call
475 5889. "
Everett Organ $250. Leslie Speaker
$2O0. Ludwig Orums $150. Al
Spencer. 475 2556 or 488-4126
Flare Wrangler Jeans. 14 ounce,
olws. $5.79 a pair. Surplus
Center. 1OP0 WWt O .
Do it . . . buy a waterbed! Call
International Waterbed at
488-0459 today. Lowest prices
in town: $2935.
Glasses, brown frames, in back of
Andrews HAH. May 6.
with name, degree and college.
GOLDEN ROD PRINTING CO.
215 No. 14th. Phone 432 2128.
Orientalia, Heritage Room,
Nebraska Bookstore. 1 135 R.
Register for a free waterbed. Come
to 17th and Vine Friday. May
7th. between 1 1 a.m. and 4:30
pjm. and do rt. Drawing is at
Arby's will contribute 10 cents to
the Gary Koepke fund for every
shake sold this week.
WATCH & CLOCK REPAIR
CAMPUS BOOK STORE, 13TH
Sewing and alterations. Call
Moore at 799 2615.
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Groovy Gifts for Grabby Grads
Yes, I know how busy you are cramming for finals, decipher
ing your notes, helping old grads find their dentures after Class
;ay-but let me interrupt your manifold activities-cramming
for finals, deciphering your notes, searching for meat in the dormi
tory stew-to remind you that Commencement Day is almost upon
us, and it's high time you started shopping for presents to give
your friends who are graduating. So paue a moment in your busy
schedule-cramming for finals, deciphering your notes, raising
bail-to look over this list of charming gift suggestions.
We will start with the hardest gift problem of all: what do
you give the person who has everything? Well sir, here are some
gifts I promise you he does not have:
1. A low hurdle.
2. A street map of Perth, Australia.
3. Fifty pounds of goose fat.
4. A supply of Miller High Life Beer.
"What?" you exclaim, your young eyebrows leaping in per
pendicular incredulity. "The person who has everything does not
have a supply of Miller High Life Beer?" you rasp, your younj
lips curling in horizontal derision. "What arrant nonsense!" you
snarl, making a coarse gesture.
But I reply with an emphatic "No!" The person who has
everything, I insist, does not have a supply of Miller High Life
Beer not for long anyhow because if he is a person who enjoys
a beer light but mellow, hearty but delicate, a beer that cloys not,
neither does it palL a beer that is forever amber and forever
ambrosia, a beer deliriously dependable and dependably delicious,
a beer, in short, for all seasons-if , I say, he is a person who enjoys
such a beer-and who does not? eh? who does not?-then he does
not have a supply of Miller High Life. What he has is a supply
of empty Miller cans and bottles and a thirst that could turn
dangerous if neglected-
So of course we will give all our graduating friends plenty
of Mffler High Life. And if you're looking for some additional
gifts, too, here are more suggestions:
For someone graduating with a degree in American history,
how about a hand-blown jade figurine of Millard Fillmore with a
clock in the stomach? (Mr. Fillmore, incidentally, was the only
American president with a clock in his stomach- It's true of course
that James K. Polk had a stem-winder in his head and Chester A.
Arthur, as you know, chimed on the quarter-hour, but only Mr.
Fillmore of all our chief executives had a clock in his stomach.
To be sure. Franklin Pierce had a sweep second hand and Zachary
Taylor ticked and Martin Van Buren had a Swiss movement but,
I repeat, Mr; Fillmore and Mr- Fillmore alone had a clock in his
stomach. Moreover, Mr. Fillmore was the first president with
power steering. Small wonder they called him "Old Hickory!")
But I digress. Returning to Graduation gifts, here is another
that is sure to please a gift certificate from the American Society
of Chiropractors- Accompanying each certificate is this enchanting
It your tailbone now a failbone t
Has your sacrum been dislodged?
Are you hating verUbratingf
Come right in and get massaged.
Is your lumbar growing number t
Has your pelvis run aground f
Does your caudal tend to dawdle t
Come right in and let us pound.
FinaHy, it yon have a musk-loving friend, bow about a per
sonal portable radio that plugs right into his ear? Not year yoO
can give him a little pick to dig the plug out,
When the excitement of Commencement is over, we, the trewn
of Miller Beer, have what seems to us a fine suggestion: sit down
for a peaceful moment and relax with a glass of MSlcr. If you've
got the time, we've got the beer.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRIDAY, MAY 7,1971
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