The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 11, 1959, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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JUNE 11, 1959
Your University What It Has to Offer
Health Center Provides Clinic, Hospital
A Student Health Center,
housing both a clinic and a
hospital, is one of the newest
additions to the University of
Nebraska campus. Several
thousand patients have visited
the Center since its opening
last fall.
The hospital rooms them
selves are the most striking
feature of the fully air-conditioned
Center. Sixteen two-bed
rooms represent an increase
of four over the old Center.
Each room is equipped with
its own fresh air intake and
temperature control, a stain
less steel wash basin, show
ers, some of which are shared
betweei- rooms, and beds
which have two-way speakers
for communication with the
nurse on duty.
Sliding walls divide each of
several spacious consultation
and examining rooms. A din
ing room for special diet stu
dents unable to take their
meals in the dorms or houses
is included in the new Center.
Students needing attention
after hours can use the night
entrance on the east side of
the building.
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Instead of sign posts indi
cating where to go, the new
Clinic boasts colored direc
tional lines inlaid in the floor
to direct students to various
Dr. Samuel Fuenning, di
rector of LV Center, points
out that the Center is work
ing to gear its health program
to keeping the student "am
bulatory. The out-patient de
partment is set up to diagnose
ailments early, thus halting
the majority of diseases in
their infant stages, he said.
All students registered for
three or more hours during
the summer session are en-j
titled to the Student Healths
Serviced at the new Center at
15th and U St. I
School Honors 60
All but three of the 60 stu
dents who received honor de
grees last Saturday, 12 with
"high distinction" and 48 with
"distinction", were Nebr
ask&ns. Two were Iowans and
one was from Idaho.
330 No. 13th
Summer Honrs !
7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
The sew Student Health Center is located at lSth and U.
Official Hostess No Stranger to Nebraska Campus
Diane Bulherus. official
hostess for the 1959 summer
session is no stranger to the
Nebraska campus. Mrs. Bulh
erus who graduated in 1957,
was also the hostess for the
1957 summer session.
Meeting campus guests
when they arrive in Lincoln,
arranging dinners and enter
tainment, assisting in plan
ning Union activities, -are
some of the duties of the hostess.
Summer Students
Two Good Reasons ...
For totting advantage of Cosh and Corrj
Service on Laundry and Dry Cleaning:
1. 7a receive qvelrfy work.
2. Tea save 10 oat of every lamirj
mni dry cleaning iuller.
In addition, Mrs. Buthenss
will serve as co-ordinator for
Bob Handy, director of Union
activities and Dr. Frank E.
Sorenson, director of summer
As an undergraduate, Mrs.
Butbenis was active in the
Student Union and Builders.
She was also a member of
Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kip
pa, and Phi Sigma Iota. She
is a former Miss Nebraska.
For all of your
typewriter needs
Bloom's Typewriter
323 No. 13th 2-5258
Hett Bik 599th love library
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333 Ho. 12th
Phone 2-4461 t
Facility Club
jOpen to Staff
ij The Faculty Club opened
! ! 9n3av art1 m-iTl Via murmI
1 I . 8 i w i e
; uirouga pudc ana juiy ior
noon meal service.
There are to be no addi
tional charges for persons
who were members during
the 1958-1959 academic year
or for persons who plan to
be members next year. Tem
porary memberships are also
available for $1.50 per month
for faculty members here for
only the summer.
Interested faculty should
contact II. E. Baumgarten at
317 Avery Laboratory.
Summer Headquarters
i :
ir Bermudas
jfc- Sport Shirts
jfc- Tennis Shoes
Opem T tight Till -Vine
ht Captain' tflalh
$ 1127 "R" St. i.
"Act frmm CmmpmJ
"Ycur University Bookstore"
1120 "R" STREET