The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 17, 1972, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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    Monday
Montgomery Series Nebraska
Union
9 a.m. Greeting by UNL
Chancellor James H.
Zumberge; Centennial
Room, Nebraska Union,
9:15-10:15 a.m, Norman H.
Cromwell, executive dean
for graduate studies and
research at UNL and
Harrison Brown; "The Role
of Science and Technology
in Development,"
10:30-noon Marceto
Alonso, "Trends in Science
and Technology in Latin
America' and Manuel
Noriega Morales,
"Tcchnolgicil
Transfer-Adaptation and
Innovation."
1:30 p.m. -3:15 p.m.
Arcadio Poveda; Victor L,
Urguidi, "Latin American
Development and the
Technological Gap," Jorge
Soria, "A General View of
the Present Status of
Scientific Knowledge on
Tropical Agriculture in
Latin America." Myron
Wegrrvan, "Applied Research
in Public Health in Latin
America."
3:30 p.m. Nebraska
Union Executive Dean's
Search Committee
3:30 p.m. Union-Builders Tour
4:30 p.m. Union Tassels
5 p.m. Union Mortar Board
5:45 p.m. Union-Unicorns
Board
6 p.m. Union Towne Club
7 p.m. Union Inter American
Symposium dinner
7 p.m. Union Prayer and
Praise Group
7 p.m. Union Miss U of N
Committee
7 p.m. Union Epsilon Chi
7 p.m. Union Nebraska Free ,
University INFU1
"'Education in the 21st
Century"
7 p.m, Union-NFU
"Movemento"
7:30 p.m. Junior Youth
-Orchestra Concert, Irving
School
8 p.m. UMHE-"Candidates
Question Period"
8 p.m. Union Special Service
Theatre "Voices"
9: 15 p.m. Union Kappa Psi
Tuesday
Montgomery Series Nebraska
Union
9-1 0:20 a.m. Henry S. Valk;
; Carlos Mailman, "Gaps in
Mankind's Wellbeing;
Argentina as a case study;"
Guillermo ' Soberon,
"Mexico's Scientific and
Technological Gap and the
Program of Scientific
Development of the
Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico;"
Luis Manuel Penalver, "The
Situation of Science and
Technology in Venezuela."
1 0 : 4 0 - n o o n presentation
concerning the status of
science and technology in
other countries.
1:30-3:15 p.m. Melvin D.
George, dean of UNL
College of Arts and
Sciences.
3, 7, 9 p.m. Special Film
"Wind from the East," a
Jean-Luc Goddard film,
Sheldon Gallery, Also, .'To
the Loved Ones at Home,"
done by local filmers Ted
Kooser and John Spence.
8 p.m. Pershing Auditorium
Roller Derby
8:30 a.m. Selleck
Mushroom Housing Policy
Committee
Wednesday
7:30 p.m. Milone
Center-NAACP
Thursday
8 p.m. Pershing Auditorium
8 J. Thomas Concert
8 p.m. KimbalT Hall-Clive
Barnes Lecture on Opera
followed by UNL
production of opera. The
Tender Land."
Friday
8 p.m. Kimball Hall Shantung
Traditional Music Concert
8 p.m. Kimball Hall-Contralto
Maureen Forrester Recital
Saturday
3 p.m. Kimball Hall Shantung
Traditional Music Concert
3 p.m. PJymoiutti
Church Organ Recital,
Raymond Ruckle.
8 p.m. Kimball Hall Pianist
G rant Johannsen
'Interviews for
Da7 Nebraskan
and Cornhusker
executive positions
, Tuesday April 18
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slowly
Western Days
ride
into sunset
UNL's Western Days ended with the thump
of a calf hitting the dust and the whoop of a
happy rider as over 200 cowboys and cowgirls
from 21 schools and eight states competed in
the University of Nebraska Rodeo Association's
(UNRA) annual intercollegiate rodeo Friday
and Saturday.
National College of Business rodeo team -members
captured the most titles. The Rapid
City, S. D.. students took, first place in
bareback and saddle bronc riding and ribbon
roping. The girls won in breakaway roping and
goat tying.
In other areas: calf-roping (men) 1st
place-Black Hills State College; steer wrestling
and bull riding (men) 1st place-University of
North Dakota-Williston; barrel racing (girls-
tie for 1st place-South Dakota State University
and Black Hills State College.
In bull riding Kurt Richardson took second
place for UNL, Greg Phifer-third; and Tom
Frazer sixth. Frazer also placed third in
bareback -bronc riding. Betty Gergens rounded
out UNRA's team score with a sixth place in
barrel racing.
Kathy Maddux was selected Rodeo Queen
and will reign until next year's rodeo.
Vicki Salman and Paul Tiorney, both from
the National CoSSega of Badness, were named
bait all-around cowgirl and cowboy,
respectively. NC3 also took the sirls" team
trophy whiie Clack HUls Stale College was first
in the men's division.
The rodeo was the fifth in a series sponsored
annually by the University's ISO-member
Rodeo Association.
Of special interest to many experienced
rodeo fans was the ribbon roping contest. In
this event a rider ropes a calf from his horse. As
the noose settles around the calf he leaps to the
ground and unties a ribbon on the animal's tail.
The cowboy then has to run the ribbon back to
the starting gate.
For those not so well acquainted with hemp
cord and saddles, the wild cow race offered a
problem more easily understood. Some 20 head
of bawling, normally placid cows were forced
into the arena by the UNL cowboys. Down at
the other end of the ring 15 to 20 amateur men
were turned loose with saddles and tennis
shoes.
The amateurs confused each other and the
bovines in their attempts to saddle a cow and
ride her to the judges' stand.
These two events were only part of the
action in the Fairgrounds Coliseum. "Junior"
Young, one of the best clowns in professional
rodeo, played a death dance with Brahma bulls
during the bull riding contest and took up the
slack in the entertainment between events.
Five Indian dancers and four singers from
the Penal Complex reminded the audience that
cowboys didn't know everything about the
West.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
MONDAY. APRIL 17, 1972