The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1972, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
1 Everything multiplied in '3' C 1 ' ' I i. , I . ' J - i - 'V - C9l Good Reading: Can O' Beans 3 by Greg Scott, Shelley Becker, Dave Brink, Bart Becker, Tex Richters and Steamboat. Locally grown. Wouldn't you know that sooner or later I'd get around to writing a favorable review of something I was involved in. This is it, a plug to get you to buy the new comic. It's better than the first two, I think, because it has a lot more stuff in it. A couple new artists help to broaden the possibilities both by their artwork and by the thoughts they're conveying. And because No. 3 has three times the pages of the early'duo, the possibilities for a variety of forms of messages multiplied. It's also very funny. I've been looking at some of the material for several months and I still think it's funny. So I think you should buy it and enjoy it, too. Available at Dirt Cheap and the ASUN Record Store in the Union. Quick Concert notes,, within; driving or hitching dstancc: Dec. 5: Tom Rush, Boulder through the 10th; Dec. 7: Mance Lipscomb, Davenport, Iowa; Dec. 8: Byrds, Chicago; Judy Collins, Chicago; Mance Lipscomb, Newton, Iowa; Muddy Waters, LeMars, Iowa; West Bruce & Laing, Wichita; Dec. 9: West, Bruce & Laing, Lincoln at Pershing; Earl Scruggs, Iowa City; Byrds, Iowa City; Dec. 10: James Gang, Wichita; Doctor John, Minneapolis; West, Bruce & Laing, Denver. lit &'rf- , (3W-5 photo by Gail Folda Applications for daily nebraskan executive positions m&JANAGJN&EDITOR.; - .. NEWS EDITOR " " (SECOND SEMESTER) due by Dec. 6 in 34 Nebraska Union. fttV.a StoTTVS ORIGINAL DKAWltfQS or THIS SEMESTERS' CAvhbolTS AK& OlTSALB FOB. f2.oo A TlfecfST (flRSTSKVE AT Mt&B illiam Kunstler -PROMINENT CIVIL-RIGHTS ATTORNEY -DEFENDER OF THE "CHICAGO 7" Tuesday, Dec. 5 2:00 - speech & rap-session Union Ballroom sponsored by by Union Talks & Topics bait becker The first concert of the Performing Arts Series is slated for Friday night at Kimball Recital Hall. Cellist Leonard Rose will perform. Individual concert tickets are $2.50 for students and $4 for nonstudents. Series tickets (four concerts) are $8 for students and 12 for nonstudents. Brecht's play The Caucasian Chalk Circle opens Friday night at Howell Theatre. It will play Friday and Saturday and next Monday through Saturday. The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail ,' will be presented Thursday through Saturday at Weslyan's Miller Theatre. The Weekend Film one-Brewster McCloud. is a weird The Haymarket Gallery will be holding what they call a "Christmas Gallery Gala" through Sunday. Informal talks by various artists are slated for 1 p.m. daily. And Tuesday is the opening of the RadioTelevision exhibit by Eric Abraham at Sheldon. Friday night the Star-Spangled. Wranglers are playing for a dance in the Union Ballroom, if you like country music you'll like this band. And if you like heavy, loud music the West, Bruce & Laing concert Saturday at Pershing will suit you fine. Also on hand Saturday will be Edgar Winter. r, -.r-i-i'j.r.Li:!! photo by Dan Ldly i EVERY GIKL AMTS FOR CHRISTMAS? 'a fashion show presented by Ben Simons" WED, NSCHT DIG. 6 9D.m. MIDfsHGHT Show directors: Sherry Pinkerton Judy Joiner Pat Ward 121b St. 3fsp iSih ft Q IICE TIDB IMTEIlIf i WBU U! College Credit Through Independent Study Enroll now In a College Independent Study course and complete a major portion of It during The Interim Sessions. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION RIVISION Call 472-2171 Visit 511 Nebr. Hall Monday 8 p.m. Waitbrook Music Building Choral Roorn-Studant Initrumantal Emambla Concert. Tuesday 7, 9 p.m. Stuart Thaatar-Foralgn Film "Day and Niflht In tha Foreit" (from India) 8 p.m. Kimball Racltal Hall-Audun Ravnan, planlit.' Wednesday 3. 7, 9 p.m. Sheldon-Spaclal Film "PunUhmant Perk." 9 p.m. Channel 12-"Open Air Mutlc Mix" Highllghtf of tha Nebraska Wetleyan Muilc Festival. Thursday 8 p.m. Kimball Racltal Hall-Unlvarslty Brass Ensemble end Brass Choir. 8 p.m. Millar Theatre, Wesley en-"The Night Thoreeu Spent In Jail." Through Saturday. Friday 10 a.m. Emerson Recital Hall, Wesleyan-Senlor recital; Terry Yost, cellist, end Jaanette Wagner, clarinet. 7, 9 p.m. Union-Weekend Film, "Brewster McCloud." 8 p.m. Klmbell Recltel Hall-Performing Arts Series. Leonard Rose, cellist. 8 p.m. Miller Theatre, Wesleyan-"The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail." 8 p.m. Howell Theatre-"The Caucasian Chalk Circle" 8 p.m. Union Ballroom-Dance with the Star Spangled Wranglers. monday, december A, 1972 page 6 daily nebraskan s t 4 "