The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 29, 1975, Page page 2, Image 2
monday, septsmber 29, 1975 page 2 daily nebraskan short n rcni nrnn n haps i! mm mm mwmm .....,. jmv jm-w!! flPf1 P"?1 n -I a? l in m 11 L-aiL 1 tin' sLs-J) EJ L,.J 'A a V S3 Th citizen of Mars Bluff probably aren't planning anything special to commemorate the day their town almost became the Hiroshima ot me Kee uee rover, duj witn me ujjickm National Lampoon Bicentennial Calendar, you can help remember this and hundreds of other black days In American history. Painstakingly researched to insure historical accuracy, the Official National Lampoon Bicentennial Calendar contains over ings ( intentional nd accidental), panics, executions, lynchings. . Ketmufilc. mlhm rints. ilnklnai. mutinies, rioaed ekctions. armed Incursions, stonlngs, fish kills, mass murders, and miscar- L V nagesoi justice. While everyone else Is running around making a big deal out of a borlna battle the British somehow managed to lose, vou can bt cele brating the day 147 persons, most of them young women, perished jn Americas ghastliest industrial fire. Or the day Congressman Preston Brooks walked on to the Senate floor and beat Senator Charles , Sumner unconscious with a gutta-percha cane. Or the day con victed "trunk murderess" Winnie Ruth Judd escaped from the Arizona State Insane Hospital for the sixth time. And the Official National Lampoon Bicentennial Calendar makes a perfect gift that will continue to depress and annoy someone you love throughout the whole year. The Official National Lampoon Bicentennial Calendar, with twelve breath takingly lurid Illustrations. Is on sale In bookstores everywhere for only $3.95. Conceived by Christopher Cerf V 3 j Registration begins today for Free University. Students may register in Nebraska Union 331 and during lunch and dinner hours in the residence nails. Course description booklets are available in the Union newspaper racks. Registration will last until Friday. The Gay Action discussion group meets Tuesday at 8 pan. at UMHE Common place, 333 N. 14th St. . The Food Handlers meeting originally scheduled for Sept. 25, now is planned for Tuesday, 3 pjn., in the Nebraska Union Andotorium. The Nebraska University Public Interest Research Group will meet Tuesday at 7 pjn. in the Nebraska Union. . J A mandatory UNL Tassels meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Ticket money must be turned in. Excuses are to be delivered personally to officers The Student Y WomenSpeak 75 Series will feature Bill Brown, Miguel Carranza, Rich. Citrin, Chester Fontenot and Charles Stephen discussing "Sex Roles-A Male Perspective", Sept. 30 at noon in the Nebraska Union. UNL Young Republicans will meet Tuesday at 7 pjn. in the Nebraska Union. Representatives of President Ford and Ronald Reagan will discuss who is the better candidate. The Accounting Club will meet Wednesday in the Nebraska Union at 3:45 pjn. Representatives from the firm of Haskins and Sells will discuss management advisory service. ... ; , ,- V : . Students interested in UNL Winterim courses in Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Russia or Israel can receive information in Nebraska Union 204. Registrations still are being accepted for flight-only spaces to London and Paris. doily ndbrcE!ttin .Editor-in-chief: Rebecca Brite, News Editor: Randy Gordon and Lori Demo', Managing Editor: Stan Linhorst, Associate Nevus Editor: Girta Hills, Layout Editor: Michele Schmal, Sports Editor: Larry Stunkel, Third Dimension Editor: Vines Boucher, Business Manager: Jerri Haussler, Advertising Manager: Mary Ann Myers, Production Manager: Kitty Policky. Second Class Postage paid at Lincoln, Neb., 68501. v Address: The Dairy Nebraskan, Nebraska Union 34, 14th and R streets, Lincoln, Neb. 68508. Telephone: (402) 472-2583. 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