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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1973)
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Leslie Bruning, celebrated sculptor, exhibits bronze : - iis cuiitur8 through
Nov. 11 at Sheldon Art Gallery. Above are examples of Brun.jjs's ork wiih bronze:
"Barus", left, and "Geo."
Aew program advises future teachers
Witt) booths representing the
oommilTpr,, departments and organisations
associated with Teachers College, the
Teachers College Advisory Board sponsored
its fust freshmen orientation meeting Oct.
"We came up with the idea for this
U -cause we thought there was a need for
inoie communication between students and
depai intents within the Teachers College,"
Advisory Boaid President Jan Baumgaiter
'The people at these txioths wore
j piepared to answer any questions as well as
help in pre legislation."
Siu.- '.aid t'-..jt wink- '.!i- ,.((! 25 students
invoiv'') vH(ii ih- A i.':,ury B'.ard called all
bOU h e'.i.i.'.i . i ei 'i'.i' Tejc.hiMs College to
invilu them to :iie iii-.e; ii-.s, any student
intei esied was wekuine.
I:'if.-.rir(.i'i"ii .jvailohle tor those visiting
the- i-oUr I'luu led such areas as ethnic
studies, tit, muMi:, '-peech, elementary
ed.ic.it ir. n, t--,:(( -'I fl.iretnent and the
hist' ii y nd phii 'pi y ui edui ation.
Vim lor.; ;,', j t.Juid help in a survey for
reviewitu) th- 'im..;ii r.n MtjOoii piogram
by liMuifj c-ui a en, '.t;i,r.(..,;., ,it one of the
ABEL-SANDOZ SWIMMING POOL
Is open to All N.U. Students, Faculty, Staff.
1 Semester $4.00 All Season $3.00
MORNING SWIM CLUB
9-11 A.M. M. W. - Th.
RESERVE THE POOL FOR A PARTY
INFORMATION AND TICKET
SALES NOW AVAILABLE IN
NORTH LOBBY UNION.
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Rlyht to the
Mounted Art Prints
S7.00 to $15.00
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1 6-R proposed site
of prayer garden
By Mark Hoffman
Land once considered for a UNL parking lot is now the
tentative site for the UNL American Indian Prayer Garden.
The lot, at the northeast corner of 16th and R St. was the
focus of a "parking lot or park" decision about three years
ago, according to Ron Wright, assistant director of business
and finance at UNL.
The decision was made to conveit the lot to a park, he said,
but federal funds for the project "dried up."
Mike Berns, former UNL architectural student, suggested
the lot be developed through an architectural class project,
Federal funds were needed for developing the park through
the architectural project, but since 1060 0 the funds have
been unavailable, Wright said.
Now the lot has been chosen foi the Indian garden site,
Jay Thody, UNL grounds design specialist, said he would
design the garden as soon as he receives recommendations
from an Indian student committee.
He said because a prayer garden might not be the same for
various tribes, he was waiting for "input bom (Indian)
students among the various tribes on campus."
Plans to locate the prayer garden near the new addition to
Love Library were abandoned when Indian students said ilte
area had too much student traffic, Wright said.
According to Wright, an Indian prayer garden is circular in
shape and the area by the Libeiry addition svould not
accommodate the garden.
Paul Olson, professoi of Einelish, has raised a question
about the funding which Wright said will be through the
university landscaping budget
"Is somebody supposed to pray ihete? II so, it would be
spending tax dollars for religious pui poses, Olson s mI "If not,
it would be a mockery of a (Indian) lehg ous ttadihon."
According to Wright, the garden was not if! tended to be
only a place of worship, but a garden ri filing wi'h Nebraskan
He said if the students did not want the prayer garden, his
office would not object and probably would leave the lot as it
is. The lot now is planted with grass, shrubs and trees.
Karen Buller, special services counselor foi minouiy atfans,
said she was on the initial committee to provide student irnput
to the project. She said she was not on the committee now,
but said she thought the project was continuing
She said students were pleased with the pioiect und very
much in favor of developing the prayer gaiden.
Audition needed to enroll in band
An audition is necessary before permission can be granted
to register for any of the UNL band programs, says Jack
Snider, director of bands.
There will be four bands second semester, aecoidmg to
Snider. They are the wind ensemble, the symphonic bant), the
collegiate band and the basketball band.
Last year, freshmen & sophomore students
in Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC) ..
took trips to Washington D.C. and
earned University credits for
competed for scholarships whrch
provide all tuition, texihooks, lab
fees, and $100 a month, tax free
Think about enrolling in
AEROSPACE STUDIES (No military
For information, coffee, and
conversation . . . Room 200,
Military & Naval Science Building
. . . or, call 432-81 G3
TIMES'S RUNNINy OUT
All those persons who have iccords or
money remaining with ASUN from the
old record store, please pick thorn up in
the ASUN office, 334 Union by
November 1. Any remaining after that
date will become proper 1 of ASUN.
Wt'dr v.':.rj(j , f.r t(,! -r 17, 1973
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