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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1975)
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60 YEARS AGO
Today at 1:30 and 7:45
January 15, 1915-"We the undersigned, are opposed to the
new forms of dancing and, if any dancing has to be permitted, we
are in favor of going back to the old dances." This petition is being
circulated among the students of the University of Illinois by a
the libera arts school. He states mat in uic puum.
speaking classes there has been an extended discussion ana u
appears that the majority is in favor of returning to the waltz and
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LFLj Hit single 'You Blew IT by Sam Coslow
and sung by Danny Street
Miss Louise Pound returned last week from Minneapolis, where
she was invited to present a paper before the Central Division of
the Modern Language Association. Her paper, which proved to be
on a popular topic, aroused a good deal of discussion, and got itself
headlined in the newspapers.
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Editor-in-chief: Wes Albers, News Editor: Dave Madsen. Managing Editor:
Rebecca Brite. Associate News Editor: Randy Gordon. Layout: Mary Beth
Grange. Sports Editor: Larry Stunkel. Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow.
Night News Editor: Bill Garthright. Chief Photographer: Ted Kirk. News
Assistant: Betsie Ammons.
Reporters: Harry Baumert, Chuck Beck, Lisa Brown, Christie Cater, Paula
Damke, Lori Demo, Deb, Gray, Ivy Harper, Gina Hills, Tom Hinrichs, John
Kalkowski, Don McCabe, Dennis Onnen, Shelly Peterson, Katie Pruckler,
Susie Reitz, Karen Richardson, Lynn Roberts, Mary Kay Roth, Rex Seline,
Kathy Slepicka, Amy Struthers, Randy Wright, Jim Zalewski.
Entertainment Writers: Vince Boucher, Susan Edwards, Sharon Johnson,
Sports Staff: Scott Jones, Becky Morgan, Steve Taylor, Pete Wegman.
Columnists: Joe Dreesen, Rick Johnson, Bruce Nelson, Amy Struthers.
Artist: Ron Wheeler.
Photographers: Steve Boerner, Kevin Higley.
Copy Desk: Christie Cater,1 Stan Linhorst, Ann Newberry, Ron Ruggles,
Advertising Staff: Sharon Clyne, Ron Hejny, Marian Faimon, Tom
Henning, Carol Hult, Kevin Hunsicker, Greg Hutson, Greg Lindberg, Ken
Mohr, Steve Raglin, Jayne Sohl, Jerry Watson.
Business Manager: Jerri Haussler. Advertising Manager: Ken Kirk.
Production Manager: Kitty Policky.
Second Class Postage paid at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Address: The Daily Nebraskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14th and R Sts.,
Lincoln, Neb. 68503. Telephone 402-472-2588.
The Daily Nebraskan is published by the Publications Committee on
Monday, Wednesday.Thrusday and Friday through the autumn and spring
semesters, except on holidays 8nd during vacation.
Copyright 1974, the Daily Nebraskan. Material may be reprinted without
permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraskan, excepting material covered
Eighteen UNL students have
been appointed to one-year
terms on the Nebraska Union
Program Council, but one
position remains open.
Still to be chosen is a
chairperson. Interviews for this
position are scheduled for
today at 4 p.m. Application
forms and an interview sign-up
sheet are available in Union
The Union Program Council
(UPC) is responsible for
out-of-class programming and
operates on funds from student
Program and Facility Fees.
The UPC has added Human
Potentials and Special Events
committees for the 1975-76
school year. In addition,
Coffeehouse, a committee
temporarily dropped, will be
In February four officers
will be elected ;, from newly
Jan Kugler, Ken Sawyer, Kurt
Limbo and Dean Kirby.
The following UPC
members will serve as
chairpersons for Union
programs or projects: Talks
and Topics, Bill Latza; Record
Lending Library, Chris Batie;
Art Lending Library, Brenda
Smyth; Hostessing, Anne
Eiberger; Model United
Nations, Doug Podoll; Black
Activities, Earl Everett;
Concerts, Pete . Kozak;
Calendar, Marianne Clifford;
Foreign Films, Vicki Sawyer;
Special Events, Dick Slater;
Visual Arts, Al Sperath;
Coffeehouse, Scott Bonneson;
Human Potentials, Bill
Hebbert; and Jazz 'n Java,
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Student Enrichment Classes
Glass Blowing To Be Announced
Indian Crafts "
Needle Point "
Furniture Upholstery "
Senior Life Saving "
Winter Recreation Equipment
Cross Country Skiis $2.50day, $3.50Wkend
ice Skates $1.00day, $1.75AVkend
Toboggans $1.00day, $1.75Wkend
Rock Climbing Seminar
To Be Announced
Women's Physicals Education - 12:00-1:00 M W F,
6:30-9:00 M W F, 7:00-8:00 T
Coliseum - 12:30-1:30 Daily
Abel-Sandoz - 2:00-5:00, 7:00-10:00 Mon.-Sun.
Swimming & Diving
Indoor Track Meet
Softball (Fast & Slow pitch)
Outdoor Track Meet
Table Tennis Doubles
Spring Tennis Doubles
. Mar. 7
Mar. 1 1
Mar. 1 1
MPE - 4:30-6:00 M-Th, 4:30-10:00 F 1 (X3-6 0O Sat A q,m
WPE-1:00-5:00Sat&Sun w-uoat & Sun
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thrusday, january 16, 1975
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