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"Through the Looking Glass:
A Christian and His Self Image"
Hear: Dr. Larry Banta
of Creighton University Medical Center
March 18 at 7:00 p.m.
City Union (room will be posted)
Lecture will deal with stress, guilt, depression
& anxiety among other topics.
For more information, call 4750398
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Daily Nebraskan Tuesday, March 18, 1986
tew's shocker: wally's at UNL!
ooS' impostors start sick new fad
The British have a wonderful word
that I try to use all the time: "wally."
The reason I use it all the time is that
there doesn't seem to be an exact
translation in our dialect. It does have
one connotation that I won't go into,
but the other meaning describes a cer
tain person I see all the time at UNL
My definition of a wally is someone
who desperately tries to be cool, but
fails miserably. This campus is crawling
with wallies. In fact, I think UNL
should change its name to Wally Uni
versity. You can't spit without hitting a
In case you're still confused about
what a wally is, here are a few prime
Sunglasses. Anyone who wears
sunglasses indoors, or on an overcast
day, is a wally. The only exception is
people on stage who have to contend
with bright lights.
What , if umbrellas were suddenly
declared popular? A true wally who
would wear sunglasses under these
circumstances, would probably sit in a
classroom with a multi-colored umbrella
sticking over his head.
Pipes. Pipes are for grandfathers
and for wallies. If you smoke a pipe and
you don't have grey hair on your tem
ples, you may think you give off an air of
sophistication. Instead, you give off an
air of walliness.
Lift tickets. Lift ticket wallies will
be flourishing during the weeks after
spring break. People who ski aren't
necessarily wallies. It's the people who
leave their lift ticket hanging from
their ski jackets weeks and weeks after
their return from Aspen or where ever.
Instead of hanging a lift ticket from
their jacket, they might as well be
hanging a big sign that reads:
"Hey. Look at me, I'm a wally."
Evangelists at Broyhill Fountain.
Yes, like the first Robin, preachers at
Broyhill fountain are a comforting sign
But the religious zealots telling me
to have my most prized possession sur
gically removed to avoid temptations of
the flesh aren't the biggest wallies at
Broyhill Fountain. The students who
stand around bickering, insulting and
engaging in meaningless religious
debate, out-wally the wallies on the
People who go to the Finnsters.
Never will you see so many wallies in
one place as when you go to see Lin
coln's Fab Three. Unoriginal boring
bands attract unoriginal boring wal
lies. The lead singer gives himself away
as a prime Wally everytime he does his
cheesy British accent.
The wallies who go to see the Finn
sters are much more entertaining than
the band itself. They do a thing I like to
call "The Wally Dance," which consists
of kicking one foot forward, bringing it
back and kicking the other forward.
Well, it's kind of hard to describe in
print, but if you saw it, you would know
Some famous wallies: Corey Hart
(wears sunglasses at night), Sam Don
nelson, Wham! Fisherman Babe Win
kelman, Johnny Carson, any DJ on
KFRX, anyone who listens to KFRX,
ASUN candidates past, present and
New Boys Town film to be shown
"Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town
Story," starring Academy Award-winning
actor Art Carney, will be broad
cast April 2 at 8 p.m. on KOLN-TV
KGIN-TV, Lincoln and Grand Island,
The two-hour dramatic movie was
filmed entirely on location at Boys
Town and in Omaha last November.
Leta Powell Drake, KOLN-TVKGIN-TV
Program Director, appears as Nurse
Henderson in the production.
Other Lincoln residents with cameo
roles in the program include Donald
Nelson as Tex, Vikram Jaswal as Will,
Alicia Santos Luebbe as Carolyn and
Rod McCullough as John Gamble.
"Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town
Story," directed by Georg Stanford
Brown, is the story of the power of love
and understanding in reshaping young
lives. An encore performance is sche
duled to air April 12 at 11:30 p.m. on
Foundation announces book sale
The Lincoln City Library Foundation
will hold its 16th annual Book Sale at
the Bennett Martin Public Library in
April. Proceeds from the book sale are
used by the Library Foundation to
develop public support of the public
library system and to stimulate the
community's interest in reading, pro
grams and activities sponsored by the
Lincoln City Libraries.
The book sale will be April 1 1 & 1 2, 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; April 13, 1 :30 p.m. to 5
p.m.; April 18 & 19, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.;
and April 20, 1:30 to 5 p.m. No admis
sion is charged for these regular sale
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For more information contact the
Bennett Martin Public Library at 435
Dr. Larry Banta, head resident in
psychiatric medicine at Creighton Uni
versity Medical Center, will be speak
ing on campus today at 7 p.m. in the
Banta's topic is "Through the Look
ing Glass: A Christian and His World
The lecture will address stress, de
pression, anxiety, guilt and other nega
tive emotions, and how to deal with
them in college life.
The lecture is sponsored by College
Career Christian Fellowship, a UNL
student organization. There will be
time for questions and answers, as well
as personal dialogue with Banta. The
room will be posted on the City Union
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