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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1967
The Daily Nebraskon
Page 3
Board Of Regents Names
Hogan, Schmel To Staff
The University Board of
Regents Tuesday named Dr.
Willard Hogan chairman of
the political science depart
ment and Dr. Francis
Schmel director of research
service.
Hogan
, Hogan succeeds Dr. Carl
Schneider who resigned to
accept a position at Kirk
land College in Clinton,
N.Y.
Hogan had been on the
University faculty since 1963
and served on the political
science faculty at New York
State College for 14 years.
He is the author of "Inter
national Conflict and Col
lective Security" published
in 1955 and co-author of
"Toward World Order" pub
lished in 1963.
Degree
Hogan holds a baccalau
reate degree from Pennsyl
vannia University, a mas
ter's from the University of
Kentucky and a doctorate
"A -vy:
Dr. Hogaa
LB 141 Allowing Confiscation
Of MJ.P.'s Cars Unsatisfactory
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A Legislative bill that
would allow police to im
pound the vehicles of mi
nors who used the car while
illegally possessing alcohol
ic beverages seemed des
tined to die in committee
Tuesday,
Sen. Sam Klaver, a mem
ber of the Judiciary Com
mittee considering (LB441),
said the bill doesn't stand
much chance of gaining
committee approval.
Dissatisfaction
The committee postponed
a vote on the measure af
ter a public hearing during
which committee members
expressed dissatisfac
tion with the bill's content.
Sponsors of the bill, aC
but two of them Omaha
senators, include Sens. Eu
gene Mahoney and Henry
Pedersen, Jr.
Impoundment
Klaver said the impound
ment of the offender's car
is not practical when a tem
porary revocation of the dri
vers' license or the car reg
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from the University of Chi
cago. Schmel
Schmel Is an official of
the National Institutes of
Health in Bethesda, Md. His
University appointment will
become effective July 1.
Schmel's position will be
to assist Dr. James Olson,
dean of the graduate col
lege, in coordinating re
search activities. He fills a
vacancy that has existed
since last July 1 when Ol
son moved from that posi
tion to his present one.
Served
Since 1962 Schmel has
served as chief of the Health
Research Facilities Branch,
Division of Research Facili
ties and Resources of the
National Institutes of
Health.
He holds a B.S. and M.S.
degrees from the Catholic
University of America and
honorary degrees from the
University of Michigan and
Northeastern University.
The Regents Tuesday al
so accepted proposals for
the purchase of air driven
floor units for the college of
dentistry building and for a
VR 2000 Video Tap Televi
sion Recorder.
Accepted
The Board accepted the
low proposal of $46,990,
from Midwest American
Dental Division American
Hospital Supply Corporation
of Melrose Park, Illinois for
the floor units.
They also accepted the
lone proposal of $101,425 for
the recorder from Amplex
Corporation of Elk, Grove,
Illinois.
... Vole Postponed
istration would serve the
same purpose.
All of those who appeared
In favor of the bill were
Omahans. The proponents
said, however, that the
problem of minors in pos
session of alcohol while in
or driving cars is state
wide. Fatalities
Pedersen said there were
2,454 accidents involving
drivers under 24 on Nebras
ka county roads last year.
He said fatalities from these
accidents jumped from 46 in
1965 to 60 in 1966. Accidents
in the state's cities involv
ing drivers under 24 rose
from 12,007 in 1965 to 13,008
in 1966 and fatalities in the
same period went from 30
to 39, Pedersen said.
Effective
Mahoney, a 15 year vet
eran of the Omaha police
force, said the measure
would be effective because
it would impress on the of
fender the significance of
their violation. "The great
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The Board also consid
dered proposals for furnish
ing food service equipment
for the 1966 Unit Housing
project. The proposal in
cludes serving lines in each
of the units and hot and cold
carts to transport prepared
food from the central kitch
en to the main dormitory.
Press Box
In other action the Re
gents considered bids for
the construction of a press
box at Memorial Stadium
and the offers of Richard
Dalton to sell a lot at 20th
and Dudley Sts. and of Mrs.
Roxie Denton to sell at a lot
at 2122 -T St.
The Regents also accepted
the resignation of Charles
Tenney, Jr., associate pro
fessor of law. The resigna
tion is effective Aug. 31.
The Board additionally ac
cepted the resignations of
Delores Christensen, assist
ant instruction in Medical
surgical nursing and Judith
Hess, instructor in textiles.
Dr. Schmel
est treasure they have is
that automobile of theirs,
they're out of business
when that vehicle is im
pounded," Mahoney said.
LB441
LB441 would allow law en
forcement agencies to im
pound an offender's car for
15 to 30 days within 30 days
after he is convicted of us
ing the car to transport li
quor or using it while driv
ing. Punishment
The punishment would be
over and above the present
penalties which include a
minimum fine of $100 for a
minor in possession of al
coholic beverages.
The bill also provides that
the car cannot be im
pounded if it is loaned to the
minor and is necessary for
the business or job of the
owner.
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(All events are at the Ne
braska Union unless other
wise noted.)
PLACEMENT LUNCH
EON, 12:30 p.m.
BUILDERS - Advertis
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YWCA-Cultural Crafts,
3:30 p.m.
BUILDERS College
Days, 330 p.m.
BUILDERS Special edi
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YWCA Book Mart Com
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ASUN Student Senate,
4 p.m.
BOTANY Department, 4
p.m.
AUF Special Events,
4:30 p.m.
YWCA Cultural Tours,
4:30 p.m.
JR. PANHELLENIC, 4.30
p.m.
AWS Representatives,
4:30 p.m.
TOASTMASTERS CLUB,
5:30 p.m.
RED CROSS Board,
6 p.m.
WOMEN'S Dltiilon,
Chamber of Commerce, 6
p.m.
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
Rehearsal, 7 p.m.
CAREER SCHOLARS
Seminar, 7:30 p.m.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA,
7:30 p.m.
CIRCLE K, 7:30 p.m.
MATH Counselors, 7:30
p.m.
ASAE Student Branch,
7:30 p.m., Agricultural En
gineering. D E S E R E T Club, 7:30
p.m.
RODEO CLUB, 7:30 p.m.,
East Union.
IFC, 8 p.m.
Vietnam Veteran
Quits University
A student who fired sev
eral shots into the Abel Hall
elevator Friday night has
quit school, according to
Capt. Eugene Meyers, of
the Campus Police.
A Vietnam war veteran
who started school last Sep
tember, the student had
apparently teen drinking.
The Campus Police were
notified immediately after
the shots were heard, and
the student ?as taken to
the City Jail, where he was
confined for the night
He was taken to Student
Health Monday. He decided
to quit school at that time,
according to Meyers.
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BiU Of Rights Wording Set
The Student Bill of Rights, the pro
posed amendment to the ASUN constitu
tion, will be presented to the Student Sen
ate Wednesday, as follows:
Preamble
In order to affirm and to guarantee to
the students of the University of Nebraska
those conditions indispensable to the
achievement of total education in a demo
cratic society, the Association of Students
of the University of Nebraska hold the
following rights among those essential to
the development of the student as an in
dividual and as a responsible citizen of
that society.
Article 1. The right to be considered
for admission to the University of Nebras
ka and student organizations of that Uni
versity, without regard to the applicant's
race, national origin, religious creed, or
political beliefs.
Article 2. The right to a clear and con
cise statement of contractual obligations
before entering the University of Nebraska.
Article 3. The right to maintain demo
cratic government
Article 4. The right to equitable par
ticipation in University policy-making de
cisions. Article 5. The right to choose one's
own living environment.
Article . The right to free discussion,
expression and inquiry within the class
Scholarship Winner List
Release Planned For May
Although exact figures
are unavailable, it is appar
ent that more students have
applied for some form of fi
nancial assistance this year
than last year, Edward E.
Lundak, director of finan
cial aids, said Monday.
He said his committee is
presently working on a list
of scholarship winners and
he expects the names of en
tering freshmen scholarship
winners to be released
around May 1 and the up
perclass scholarship win
tiers released some
time during May.
Ahead
He explained the the
committee was about a
month ahead of last year
in processing the applica
tions because a new federal
loan and gift program was
introduced a year ago
which slowed the processing
to a point where it wasn't
completed until the summer
months.
During the 1966-67 acade
mic year, 5,431 of 9,300 ap
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plicants received $3,214,400
from gift scholarships, loan
programs or part-time em
ployment. Lundak said that the
amount of money available
for gift scholarships pre
sumably will be increased
for the upcoming academic
year.
"The largest part of the
money for the gift scholar
ships comes from money
available from the Univer
sity of Nebraska Founda
tion," he said, "and we will
know those figures some
time during April."
Funds
Since the money available
has been increased in pre
ceding years, it can be as
sumed that more funds will
be available for next year,
he added.
Estimating that over
4,000 entering freshmen
have asked for tome kind
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Article 7. The right to an unprejudiced
evaluation of academic work.
Article 8. The right to determine who
shall have access to one's academic or
non-academic records.
Article 9. The right to invite speakers
and to publish without censorship.
Article 10. The right to use University
owned facilities, provided the facilities are
used for the purpose contracted, subject
only to such regulations as are necessary
for scheduling.
Article 11. The right to participate free
ly in off-campus activities when not claim
ing to be officially representing the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
Article 12. The right to due process in
all academic and disciplinary proceedings.
Article 13. The right to be free from
University authority asserted as a result
of violation of a civil law.
Article 14. The right to form student
unions.
Article 15. The right of student organi
lations to enjoy recognition by the ASUN
provided that these organizations comply
with the procedural regulations for recog
nition as outlined by the ASUN.
Article 16. The right to participate in
student activities, provided one meets the
membership requirements prescribed by
that activity.
of financial assistance, he
said the higher figure could
be attributed to the addi
tional publicity given fed
eral aid programs.
Financial Aid
The four major financial
aid programs of the United
States Office of Education
include two borrowing
methods the NDEA loan
or the guaranteed loans,
which makes loan insur
ance available to any col
lege student, regardless of
family incomes status, who
wants to borrow.
The grants, initiated in
the fall of 1966, are avail
able for full-time students
showing academic or cre
ative promise. They range
from $200 to $800 a year de
pending upon need. Taking
into account his and his
parents financial resources
and the cost of attending
college.
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Quiz Bowl Pairings for
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