Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 29, 1972 · Page 9
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Students for Muskie Lose Campaign Funds, To Continue DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR - The first, and what is hoped will become an annual event, -Distinguished Scholar Award was presented to Dr. Tyrus Hillway, left, Thursday : night before nearly 100 University and Chamber of Commerce friends. The plaque and a $500 honorarium was a joint presentation by the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and the University of Northern Colorado. Joe Tenncsscn, Chamber president, presents the award to Hillway. (UNC photo by ; Gary Raaberg) By JESSICA FRAZIER Tribune Staff Writer The : Colorado Student Coordinator for Muskie announced Thursday afternoon the student campaign will no longer receive funds from Edmund Muskie's presidential campaign headquarters in Denver. Bob 'Frazcr, student coordinator and UNO political science major, made the. announcement I at a press conference ignored by. most of the media. Despite the lack of funds, Frazer said the student Muskie for President campaign hopes to continue at the same pace it has been. The central Muskie offices, beset with lack of funds a re slowing down their operations. Muskie headquarters in Den ver are being moved from the several-room suite at the Denver Hilton, said Frazer, and will probably be relocated ir. the private offices of the Colo rado campaign officials. Frazer said the student cam- aign will have to become self- sufficient and raise its own money. Wirhdrawt From Primaries wilh- UNC Distinguished Scholar Hiilway Speaks on Melville By GARY RAABERG UNC Writer Dr. Tyfus Hillway, founder of the Melville Society .and a faculty .member at the University of Northern Colorado since 1951, was the first recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award Thursday night in the University Center. ·At- the banquet and award presentation, Hillway was given a .plaque and a $500 h o n o r a r i u m , through a cooperative effort of the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and the UNC Faculty Research and Publications Committee. About ' 100 UNC faculty members, Chamber' of Commerce members, and other friends of the HlUways were present to view the presentation. Speaks on Melville. Hillway, an internationally recognized.authority on Herman Melville, cenle'red his address on -"Melville scholarship in the 1970s." Hillway stressed, "The tested pathway of sound research gives us the firmest foundation for educational change." ·^He" pointed out that a "university has at'least three purposes. These are Ihe preservation of knowledge, the teaching of knowledge and the advancement of knowledge." .Hillway lied the third purpose in with the fact that. Herman Melville, in his lifetime, never gained great fame or prosperity through his writing. And that only through research has his House Subpanel OKs National Sites in Wyoming, Montana Sat., April 29, 197? (Colo.) TRIRUNE 9 WASHINGTON (Al) -- A House interior subcommittee approved 'IRSCHffjoD SA'LIS...SERVICE LJ U 711 IDth St. 352-M4J CASH for SCRAP METALS · Copper and Brass .·Aluminum · Batteries · Scrap Iron, Steel Weighed on Certified Scales Andersen's Sales Salvagt IMileEastonSthSt. 352-77»7 Junk Cars Picked Up Modest Chirgt r e a l prominence as an American author come about. Century Later "The recognition of Melville as one of America's leading writers has come almost .entirely since 1919," said Hillway, 'one hundred years after his irth." He said Melville's works have jjne through many stages; in .rying to analyze his meanings and symbolisms. "Whole books were written to explain the 'real meaning' 'Of 'Moby Dick,' " he said. Jokingly Hillway added that 'It was quickly seen by the ^ r e u d i a n s that Melville's private emotional life could be examined in detail through hi stories." Forms Group It was partly because Hillway and olher Melville - scholars believed that Melville researcl was beginning lo go off the track that Hillway in February 1945 invited some 50 Melville scholars to join a researcl organization. This, organization.became thi Melville Society and doubled h membership in six months. Presently the society main tains a membership of abou 200. It has extended into ai 'International organization wit] members' in Canada, Europe South America, Japan am Australia," Hillway said. "One activity of the soeiel; was providing technical advici for John Huston's film versioi of 'Moby Dick'." In fact. In c o n t i n u e d , "several usefu suggestions" were made, "Om or twn of which were adopted.' Hillway is the author of l: books, two encyclopedia ar tides, and over 70 article; Time, Place Of Bridge Meet Listed in Error The annual open pairs championships of the Norlher ! Colorado unit of the America JConlract Bridge League will ba ; gin at 11 a.m. Sunday at Ih 'Elks Club in Fort Collins. The time and place were mis stated in a Tribune arfic! Thursday. PATIO SALE! Window Awnings--Door Hoods -- Carports Aluminu m -- Fiberglass -- Wood WE INSTALL OR "DO-IT-YOURSELF" Also Patio Covers and Insulated Skirling (or Mobile Homes CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE PEASE HOME IMPROVEMENTS u03 m St " Although Muskie drawn from all primary races across the country, Frazer sale he candidate is. still interestec n collecting delegates votes for possible second-ballot win at he Democratic National Convention. "We need to get as many ot Colorado's 36 delegates as pos-, sible," said Frazer. He said it is unlikely that Muskie will visit Colorado before the convention. Frazer said a mock precinct caucus will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Room 248C of the Universtiy Center. Officials from the centraj Colorado campaign for Muskie are expected to attend. Frazer said student Muskie organizations are presently ac- [ive at UNC, the University of Colorado, Colorado Stale Uni vcrsity and Denver University. "We plan to give our full support (o Senator Muskie until he formally withdraws from the presidential race . . . and we hops that will not happen," said Frazcr. "We cannot find in OUL minds another candidate wit) his qualifications on the issue. ,th on the topics of Melville ^. sl ^F uUve cr legis!atve nd education. ' Frazer said Muskie has nol indicated who he would suppori jpcaring in varied publications The professor of higher ducation is presently director administrative publications nd special projects at UNC. for the Democratic nomination should he abandon his campaign. bills to establish a national monument in Wyoming and a national historic site in Montana. The bills, sent to Ihe full Interior Committee by the national parks subcommittee, would authorize Hie establishment of the Dossil Butte National Monument in Southwestern Wyoming ind the Granl-Kohrs Ranch Na- :ional Historic Site in Mon- .ana's Deer Lodge Valley. A group from Kemmerer kincd Rep. Teno Rpncalio, D- Wyo., and the Interior Department hi supporting (he Wyoming bill. Reps. Richard G. Shroup, R- Mont., and John Melcher, D Mont., testified for the Montana neasure. A supporting statement fron Sen. Lee Mctcalf., D-Mont. was received and interior backed the proposal. Tom Johnson read a state nient on behalf of Ihe Kemme icr Booster Club. He was ac companied by Ernil Zebre Don Kominsky. The statement urged promp approval of the Fossil Butle bil which already has been passei by Ihe Senate. The bill calls for an 0,180 acre monument lo preserve fos sils deposited millions of year ago when Ihe area was covers by an inland sea. 'We, along with Ihe OVKI ownjwhelming majority ot the cil ·/.ens of our community, ar eeply disturbed by the ex- loitation of the land and cnvi- onment by commercial 'fish- Inlcrior estimated the cost of the Montana proposal at $2,150,000, including $350,000 for land rmen mly in and others interested destroying great rea for their own commercial ir personal gain," the Booster Club statement said. The Interior Department rec- immendcd that existing livestock grazing rights in (he ·nonunion! area be canceled vllliin 10 years instead of 30 years as provided in Roncalio's which would authorize $4,409,000 for the project. Olympic-Youth Resolution DENVER (AP) -- Colorado's Senate passed Friday a resolu-. acquisition and $1,800,000 for lion encouraging youth organ-;. nprnlrtniiipnl nF HIP silo _ i : i_ j. : _ _ L _ :- IL- development of the site. The bill would restore preserve a ranch established in 1859 by Johnny Grant, a trapper, hunter and trader. The ranch was sold in 18C2 to Conrad Kohrs, who developed a herd of thousands of cattle ranging into northern Montana, and served on -Montana's constitutional convention commit- izalions to participate in the ifiging of the' 1976 Winter.. Olympic Games and events to be staged that same year by? the slate's Centennial-Bicenlen- 1 . nial Commission. There was no opposition. The House passed the resolution several days ago. The principal sponsors were Rep. Wai-, ler Younglund, R-New Raymer and Carl Showalter, R-Greeley. V. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Sealed bid* in duplicate addressed to the Aaent of the City of Greeley, Colorado 80631, will be received at the office of the Purchasing Aaent, 1300 A Street, Greeley, Colorado, until 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday the 10th day of May for the sale of the following used equipment. 2--1970 Ford 4 DR Sedans, 1--1964 Ford Station W»gon, 1--1963 International Pickup, 1--1961 Ford Pickup, 1-1963 Dodge Panel Truck, 1-1957 Chevrolet Truck w/tew- · tr roddlng machine, 1-1963 Dodge Dump Truck, - 962 fnif. Dump Truck, 1-1940 Ford truck with t.nk 1-959 Intl. flat bed truck, 1-1964 Weiteoaster J-wheel vehicle, 1-1967 Cu.hman A wheel vehicle, 1-1969 Wayne SUr- ·weep, itreet tweeper, 1-Barbsr Green hot plant with oil Specifications and conditions of »ale are available at the office of the Purchasing Agent. Mark face of envelope "Sealed bid on Uted Equipment." The City of Greeley, Colorado r e s e r v e * the right to Mjecl any or all bids and to waive formalities. City of Greeley, Colorado Robert E. Quaco Purchasing Agent The Greeley Dally Tribune April 29, May 1, 2, 1972 - · · · ··· ' " · · : · · - · · · · ALBERTSHNS MAMMOTH ORANGES NLESS TOMATOES RADISHES I RED POTATOES FRYER PARTS Fresh Grade 'A Wtiole Legs, Thiqh's, and Drumsticks CHUCK STEAK ICE CREAM KIMBIES Daylimc Disposable si.95 Value 30 count White Breed Jan el Lee Sliced 1 Ib. loaf SOFTENER Sin-Puff Fabric. 5,ivc 30c Gallon BOSTON CREAM PIE 2700 WEST 10th STREET-WEST 9th AVENUE at 25th ST.-SOUTH Bonus buys effective through Tuesday, May 2, 1972. We reserve the right to limit quantities. 0

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