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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1973)
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Student Can , Vt ASUN senator from the
b If ore "reSnLPxi V d attended onlv one senate meetil19
the sta t of ?h: Th?se,?ator attendd only one meeting since
meet naWinrinH5 and had tended senate
meetings (including last spring) before resigning.
A DYNAMIC AND REWARDING CAREER
The need for more doctors of Chiropractic is increasing
For information on career opportunities within the Chironrartir
profession fill in and mail to Dr. S. H. Shick 1039 "K" Street or
Dr. D. L. Shull 4115 "0" Street Lincoln, Nebraska
ATTENDING GRADUATION DATE
Weekend Films presents the two landmark films of
violence in the American cinema.
Bonnie & Clyde
This film was the winner of two academy awards and stars
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as a couple that lives for
excitement. The film is very accurate an its representation
of time, place, and characters as each member of the qanq is
brought to life on the screen. Michael J. Pollard is especially
effective as the comically cool gang mechanic. This film has
been widely criticized and lauded tor the slow-motion
sequence of the machine gun death of the two anti-heroes.
The Wild Bunch
This film marked a new direction for the American
western as the emphasis was placed on the violence and not
the mythology of the American West. Sam Peckinpah directs
one of his best films with intelligence and compassion while
depicting the horror of violent massacre. The stars include
William Holden and Robert Ryan giving exceptional
performances as ruthless men whose outlaw violence would
have been considered heroic in the early West, but is now
considered as some disease to be eliminated.
Sponsored hy Union Weekend l-'ihns
Bonnie & Clyde Friday
The Wild Bunch Saturday
7:00 & 9:30 Henzlik Hall Auditorium
SKI EWM PARK
f? 2JUUU m
w J day
Includes all-day lift ticket at Ski
Estes Park (at Hidden Valley), and
overnight lodging, with breakfast
and dinner, at Holiday Inn of
Estes Park. (Double occupancy,
min. two nights). For reservations
call Holiday Inn of Estes Park
303-586-2332 (collect), or contact
your nearest Holiday Inn for
instant Holidox reservations.
Division will be inter
viewing applicants for
positions as Vacation
Guides this week in
Guides are employed
from June through
August to work at
information centers at
rest areas along the
for Vacation Guides
are consistant with
other student employment
Please call Cheryl
Nebraska Travel Division,
for interview appointment.
(JTl :30 3 : 30 5 30 7 -30 ) '
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Senator Loran Schmit
Senator Steve Fowler&
Senator Richard Maresh
L'nion Mum Lounge
7: SO In
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Are reading assignments
a problem this year?
THESE SKILLS WILL HELP YOUR STUDIES
RAPID READING ... In Reading Dynamics you learn to read
faster naturally without mechanical devices and without
losing the enjoyment or flavor of reading. Nor do you skim or
skip. You triple your present rate by taking in entire thoughts
at one time.
FLEXIBILITY . . . You learn to adjust your reading speed ac
cording to the difficulty of the material, your background in
the material, and your purpose in reading the material. Dif
ferent techniques are taught for novels, texts, journals, news
papers, magazines, etc.
CONCENTRATION . . . Concentration while reading and
studying is very difficult for many people who read slowly.
Rapid reading requires close attention, and concentration
quickly improves so that students are not easily distracted.
COMPREHENSION ... As concentration increases, compre
hension improves. In addition, you learn to read expectantly
for the author's concepts to which important facts and details
may be attached. The result is greater depth of comprehen
sion. -DETENTION ... A very important measure of your reading
ability is how much you remember. Retention is improved by
leading for concepts, by using recall patterns, by maintain
ing a high level of concentration, and by remembering by
ORGANIZATION . . . The first vital step in studying is organ
ization. We teach the student how to organize and use varied
texts, supplements, suggested readings and class notes.
CONCISE NOTE TAKING . . . Recall techniques organize a
conference or lecture as it occurs, eliminating voluminous
notes and reorganizing. Recall patterns are especially valuable
if the presentation is not concise and if your mind wanders.
SUPPLEMENTAL READING . . . Many people limit their
education because they barely have time fcr required reading
Being able to read widely adds interest and depth to your
INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH ... The real re
ward of education is the accumulation of knowledge. Our tech
niques allow you to continue your education at your own pace
A Lifetime Reading and Study Program
After completing the basic course, you continue to Attend weekly
practice sessions as often a you wish without cost.
Students bring their homework to the sessions and get j head start
on each week's school assignments.
Businessmen bring their "in-boxes" and periodical reading and get
some of their work out of the way.
Many people work on their Independent Study Projects.
Others atlend these sessions for the pure enjoyment of reading new
books and discussing the author's ideas with members of the class
Special counseling is available where necessary.
These sessions provide a stim'!ating environment which will lic'p
you discover your potential for learning
Find out why we have over 500,000 graduates
Attend a FREE one-hour MINI-LESSON
The best way to find out what the courts" in all about ih to ttttend an hour long mini It nison. The mini lesion wdl
introduce you to our claaaroom procedures It'll Hhow you how we extend your memory and recall It'll give you a
glimpoe of our settsions on new study trrhrtiquea. You might even leave the mini-lesson reading faster than when
you came in.
Mini-Lessons will be held at the Lutheran Student Foundation
535 N. 16th 3:005:30 & 8:00 PM Today Sunday
EVELYN WOOD READING DYNAMICS
Wednesday, march 13, 1973
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