The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 08, 1976, Page page 3, Image 3
friday, octcher 0, 1970 news digast By The Assodzted Press Martial'law : Bangkok, Thailand -Thailand's day-old military regime, enforcing martial law. after Wednesday's bloody riots, clamped down on government machinery and the press Thursday and arrested about 3,000 persons in and around the capital. Police spokesmen said those arrested, most , r short stuff The Chinese Student Association is having a party at 7:30 pjn. tonight at the Lutheran Chapel, 1510 Q St. Prof. John M. Malin from the University of Missouri Columbia will speak about Electron Transfer in Sub stituted Iron Cyanide Com pounds at 3:30 pjn. today in Hamilton Hall 110. A coffee hour will begin at 3 pjn. in Hamilton Hall 548- ' " " The Uml uay Action Group is sponsoring a dance from 9 pjn. to midnight tonight at UMHE Common place, 333 N. 14th St. .: David Brooks, chemistry professor, will present a special program on Increas ing Interactiveness for teaching assistants in the College of Arts and Sciences at 10 ajn. Saturday in Hamilton Hall 549. Any teaching . assistants interest ed in attending should call or leave a message for Joan Vadlow, associate dean of the college of Arts and Sciences, (2891) by 5 pjn. today. Sandstone, a documen tary ' about - the sexual revolution, will be shown at' 2 pjn. and 4 pjn. Sunday at the Sheldon Film Theatre. Cost is $1.50 for UNL students and $2 for non-students. Today is the last day for new members to sign up for Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman honorary. There will be a booth set up in the Union from 8 a.m. to 5 pjn. Any group interested in entering the Phi Gamma Delta-Zeta Tau Alpha AUF Football Marathon, call 477-3789 or 472-9197. Entries . are due Monday. 7 The - UNL Help End Marijuana Prohibition group will meet to elect new officers at 2:30 pjn. Monday in the Union Main Lounge. The Christian Fellowship for Architecture Students will meet at 4:45 pjn. Monday in the Union harvest Room. Walter Heun, technical services manager for Leica cameras, will give a photography seminar for all interested persons at 3:30 pjn. Monday in Avery Hall. The Ag Econ, Ag Eusfness Gub is sponsoring a banquet at 5:30 pjn. Tuesday tt the Lfaedn E&s Club. nervations msst tt rzzds by tc&ry in FyHdi3i7. ' Its UNL Student Afcsnri Cord is tiJdng rrcllsatians for new rnsra- j.ers today through Oct. 15. Anyone interested in joining the board should fill out an application at the Alumni House, 1520 R St. cfcsly ncbrzzkzn of them university studentt and about a quarter of them women, were being held on various charges of subversion. Some could face a life-time jail sentence. Police fired carbines in the air to disperse a crowd near Thammasit University, where savage fighting Wednesday between university leftists, sight-wing groups and police left at least 26 dead and about 180 wounded, by police count. Te have lost our freedom but have law and order," a Than masat graduate told reporters near the university, , Policy reversed . Washington-ln a reversal of policy, the administration said Thursday that President Ford will make public future reports from US. companies that are asked by Arab countries to participate in a boycott against Israel merce Secretary Elliot Richardson said the disclosure would apply only to future reports, however, and would not apply to companies already acknowledging they parti cipate or were asked to take part. In his debate Wednes day, Ford declared: "Because the Congress failed to act, I am going to announce . that the Department of Com merce will disclose those companies that have participated in the Arab boycott. This is something that we can do. The Congress failed to do it, and we intend to do it. Commerce Dept. spokesman Horace S. Webb said he could see that some people might have interpreted the remarks as indicating past reports would be made pub lic. But he said it could be read to apply only to future reports. It is a matter of semantics," he said. Poor mummy Paris-Before riguring out how to stop decay in the 3,211-year-oU mummy of Ramses II, French sicentists are trying to get it safely out of an oak packing crate unceremoniously marked "top" and "bottom," "We spent the last week trying to devise a way to take the mummy out laterally Prof. Lionel Balout, the 69 y ear-old dhectot of the Ramses II project at the Museum of Man, said in an interview in his third -floor office, just down the corridor from the operating theater where , th? mummy is kept. We even sent two technicians to Cairo for advice. We hope to have him out by the end of the week so we can proceed with Act II of this opera, if you will." "Act IF will consist of extensive examina tion by means of infrared, electron and X-ray photo graphy. 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