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Brass group 's finale
is variety of styles
Baroque, classical, romantic impressionism and contemporary
styles WiU be heard at the Brass Ensemble's spring concert at 8 p.m
Thursday in Kimball Hall. . v
The ensemble will demonstrate this range of styles in the
concert finale, "Horn Musical Styles Based on a Familiar Theme "
arranged by Lennie Niehaus. '
Directed by Jack R. Snider, the Ensemble will also play "Sonate
from die Bankelsangerlieder," written in 1684 by an unknown
composer and Mozart's "Allegro from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik."
Music by Giovanni Gabrieli, Johan Pezel, Vern Reynolds and
Marcel Dupre also will be performed.
Today, 6 p.m., Nebraska Union 202
I. Roll call and approval of minutes
II. Executive Report
A. Explanation of "College Pitch-In Week"
B. Obtaining Athletic Department recognition of
Rowing Team as a varsity sport
C. Report on obtaining UNL degrees for Criminal Justice
New Business-Resolution 62-Purchasing Office
Equipment for the Student Legal Services Center
12 p.m. -Dean
Union Pewter Room
12 p.m.-Student Empathy
Group - "Hugh Spurgen" -Union
12:30 p.m. -Drake
University - Luncheon - Union
1 p.m -Teacher Placement -Australia
Orientation - Union
3 p.m.-Student Empathy
Group - "Hugh Spurgen" -Union
4 p.m.-Fees Allocation
Board - Services Committee -Union
6 p.m.-Council on Student
Life Housing Policy Committee
Open Hearing - Union 242
Veterans Association - Union
7 p.m.-University of
Nebraska Wildlife Club - Union
7 pjn. Mexican American
Students Association - Union
7:30 p.m. -Union
Film - Union Harvest Room B
7:30 p.m.-Department of
Modern Language - Union
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RHA Constitutional Amendments
Passed by the RHA Council on March 12, 1975
To be voted on by all residents of UNL Residence Halls on March 31, 1975
Amendment No. 1
Amend Article IV, Section 1, Paragraph C, Line 1, of the Constitution to read: The date of
the election shall be determined by the election committee, with approval of a majority of the
Amend Article V, Section 4, Paragraph D, Line 2 of the Constitution to read: To determine
and publish the dates and procedures for filings and elections and to issue at the request of
candidates advisory opinions as to the legality of proposed methods in election campaigns.
Amend Article V, Section 4, Paragraph D, Line 3, Fart b of me Constitution to read; To
establish at the beginning of the second semester regulations and dates for the elections with
the consent of the Council.
Explanation of Amendment No. 1 . .... .. .. f .
Presently, the Constitution states that elections must be held in the month of March.
Amende mnt No. 1 would give the electoral commission more flexibility plus more
Amend Article V, Section 2, Paragraph B of the Constitution to include Line 4 which shall
read: To assist the President in the execution of his duties.
Explanation of Amendment No. 2 - .
This amendment would put into writing what is now a common practice. Presently, the
vice-president has very few duties constitutionally.
RHA ELECTIONS MONDAY MARCH 31
Vote during the lunch and supper hours.
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THE FILMS OF STORM DE HIRSCH
HUDSON RIVER DIARY
BOOK I: CAYUGA RUN (18 minutes)
BOOK III: WINTERGARDEN (5 minutes)
BOOK IV: RIVER-GHOST (9 minutes)
THE COLOR OF RITUAL THE COLOR OF THOUGHT
2 SHAMAN: A TAPESTRY FOR SORCERERS
3 PEYOTE QUEEN
Wednesday, March 19
Screenings at 3 & 7:30 p.m.
Admission free I
Storm De Hirsch will be present at each of the evening screenings to
talk to the audience about her films.
SheldonArt Gallery! 2th & 'FT St.
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Wednesday, march 19, 1975
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