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" The Arts and Sciences Faculty tiptoed their way across the
language requirement eggs Thursday afternoon before deciding
they needed another week to think about the proposed
changes. The last time the language requirement was revamped
was in the early 50 so another week will go virtually
unnoticed in the annals of time.
A telling tact about Thursday afternoon's go-round (and
TYa about to tell it) was the language used by those Involved In
Not a single word of foreign extraction passed the lips of
those 'SpeaJcincin favor of retaining the language requirement
in the college. While this verbal faux pas (I can't help myself. I
have to throw these phrases in even if they're not quite
accurate) was being carried ovct, those in opposition to the
requirement were sharing things like piece 4e resistance with
Prom the looks of things, sornebody,s sot another grip on
that bulTs tail. And the situation wiO still be facing them next
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academische-poKtikTJa, das &t, thinks 1.
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- On another confrontation front, the summer orientation
program may be due for a spring cleaning.
In a couple of verbal skirmishes between the Orientation
' Dissidents and the Best Foot Forward Administrators last
week it was decided that a review of the situation and some
recommendations were in order. lt beginning to look like the
coIot line will be broken after all-or at least cracked.
. If it's decided that the University, is going to admit to
ootstate Nebraska that everyone here isn't a whiter shade of
pale, wearing perfectly creased clothing, and knows what the
inside of a barber shop looks like; why, then, there will have to
be ads run to get some minority folks on the orientation
, roster. '
l ean almost see the headlines already.
""Minority Students! Here's Your Chance to be a Fart Of
the University Community! Join Up Now!"
That's one small step for the office of Student Activities. . ,
Another problem of obvious major import (AH the News
That's Fit to Print, yTcnow) is the requirement that all posters
posted around the University need to carry a stamp of
approval It seems to me that that could lead to some
unforeseen predicaments. 4
For : Instance, if criminals were so darn smart they'd use
the UNL campus as a hideout. Why, the Lincoln campus could
become a veritable haven for criminals because FBI wanted
posters would never be able to get a stamp of approval
They Ye not a student group, y'know,
And we could all be the victims of atomic attack. The Air
Force, another non-student group, wouldn't be able to cover
the campus with posters giving us the time and price of
admission to the world-shaking event
And God for President? UNL students would have to vote
without that knowledge. At least we'd have to unless we could
convince Him to start small and try to (crab the ASUN
presidency first That would let Eira establiaVhb name a little.
It's quick plug time again. Tuesday, April 1 8, Union special
Films is presenting a Jean-Luc Goddard Film, "Wind From the
East" It's at Sheldon Gallery at 3, 1 and 9 pjtn. for a buck.
Union Weekend Films has The Killing of Sister George
on tap. Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Union Small
Auditorium, and on East Campus Union on Sunday.
The Western Days Rodeo is Friday and Saturday at the Fair
Grounds. It's not often youll get a chance to see a rodeo, so
you should catch it if yoa can.
The UNL School of Musk is staging a weekend of music
April 20-23, Check their posters for more information about
.the fine performances which are scheduled.
Ixxswet iUsb is presenting the rock opera", J?, Survival
St. Jam Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Coliseum.
And last, but dearest to my heart, Union . Special Films is
presenting the first Can O' Beans 'Cartoons on Parade,
Sunday, April 16, For 50 cents you can enjoy about four
hours of cartoons including Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Elmer
Fudd, Daffy Duck, Goofy, Sniffles, Porky Pig, Bashful
Buzzard, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Woody
Woodpecker, Sylvester and Tweety, Speedy Gonzales and the
Three Little Pigs.
In addition, a Walt Disney animated feature is planned.
It starts at 6 p ml sharp. It seems like Sunday should be a
fine time to spend an evening with some of the folks you grew
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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1S72
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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