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    Wednesday, October 11, 1967
The Dcrtly Nebraskan
Page 3
To Cuba In Defiance ...
SDS National Council
Follow" Carmichael
By ANDY CORRIGAN
Junior Staff Writer
Carl Davidson, inter-or-ganizatforial
secretary for
Students' for a Democratic
Society, received a man
date from the SDS Na
tional Council held last
weekend to travel to Cuba
with 15 other SDS mem
bers December 21. i
Davidson was formerly a
graduate assistant at the
University and was the
founder of the Nebraska
chapter of SDS. He left the
University last year to ac
cept a position in the na
tional SDS office.
Davidson and the other
members of the group are
following the lead of Stoke
ly Carmichael, president of
the Student Nonviolent Co
ordinating Committee.1
IN VIETNAM
Carmichael traveled to
Cuba earlier this year and
is presently in North Viet
nam. Upon returning to the
United States he will be
facing criminal charges for
breaking U.S. passport
laws.
Cuba" is among the many
communist countries that
are presently off limits for
all American citizens.
Davidson was unavail
able for comment.
Student strikes, anti-draft
measures and the Washing
ton march, were the other
prime concerns at the quar
terly, .meeting of the Na
tional Council of the Stu
dents for a Democratic So
ciety. The nation's largest radi
cal student organiza
tion met October 6 through
8 in Madison, Wisconsin.
STUDENT STRIKE
The organization and con
ciliation of a national stu
dent strike in the spring
was the major item dis
cussed by the 300 SDS dele
gates and members.
The proposed national
student strike was origin
ated by Davidson at the an
nual SDS national conven- .
tion held last June.
The strike which would
be carried out simultane
ously on several major
campuses would have a
threefold purpose.
PURPOSE
First, it would radicalize
the student power move
ment by relating national
Issues such as Vietnam to
campus issues, according
to a national SDS officer.
Second he said, "it would
help to develop a radical
student movement which
would discredit the Nation
al Student Association," a
liberal student organi
zation. .Third he said, "it would
re-establish SDS as leader
of left politics on campus."
SDS's position has received
a definite challenge in this
area by the Student Mobil-
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ization Committee which
has devoted itself to the
anti-war issue on campuses
throughout the nation, ac
cording to an article in the
National Guardian, an in
dependent newspaper.
At the national council
many of the delegates
voiced dissenting opinions
on the student strike.
DISSENT
"The strike won't work
because most students will
be scabs (strike break
ers)," said a delegate and
"the whole thing will be
meaningless."
A Berkeley coed said
that campus issues defin
itely had to be related to
the strike. She cited the
fact that the Berkeley Viet
nam Day Committee called
for a student strike and re
ceived no response but two
weeks later they struck
over a Navy recruiting
booth to vent their frustra
tion on a university court
system which they opposed.
From this she concluded
that it would be impossible
to call a general strike
and get much interest be
cause the strikes have to
be spontaneous.
TAKE OVER SCHOOL
A Wisconsin delegate ad
vocated walking into the
classrooms and taking over
the university instead of
walking out, but the con
sensus of the group was a
firm no.
"The school needs you.
You're strengthening the
system. If we want to
break the system we have
School Of Dentistry
Does Health Survey
. . . Joins Pittsburgh University
The University College of
Dentistry has been asked
by the U.S. Public Health
Service and the American
Dental Association (ADA)
to join in a survey to study
the possible links between
smoking and health.
Dr. James McCabe, in
structor of operative dentis
try, was put in charge of
the survey at the Univer
sity during a meeting at
ADA headquarters in Chi
cago Sept. 29 and 30.
"The exact program has
not yet been formulated but
the results of the survey
will probably be used in the
training of dentists and also
forwarded to practicing den
tists," Dr. McCabe said.
PITTSBURGH UNIVERSITY
The University of Pitts
burgh has also been asked
to participate in the survey.
"In choosing these two
schools the public health
service and the ADA may
be trying to diversify the
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WHAT IS ITS SI&UIFiCAflCE?
BfWwriy BmIck,
Dept. of Anthropology
ArchetvDlcal.
Th ritual nf trA Mldnlnhi Pudrllns Snack Is
well established In primitive societies. Since
Shake-A Pudd'n does not require refrigeration,
It lends itself to use In dormitories (surely one
of the most primitive societies), thereby
fulfilling this basic, Instinctual human drive
at the precise moment It arises.
Harry Holetomt,
Dept. of Heaith Education
The American Dream come true.
Shake-A Pudd'n combines healthful nutrition,
bracing exercise and, above all, Good Clean Fun.
An essential part of the Physical Fitness Program.
Sylvia Cimblll,
Dept. of Psychology
Truly Freudian.
Powder and water are mixed In
obviously mammalian formation, seen on a
deeper level as Mother. One shakes the cup, In a
desperate but futile attempt to shake off the
inhibiting Superego and free the primitive Id.
Michael Media,
Dept. of Sociology
A true product of the
Shake-A Pudd'n has transformed
time-consuming, mechanical task into
an almost instantaneous, totally Involving
experience. Definitely "cool." Although
equally good at room temperature..
to pull out our brains,"
another SDS member con
cluded. Pros and cons aside, the
council decided to proceed
with strike plans.
OTHER MATTERS
In other matters the
council discussed the Wash
ington Peace March sched
uled for October 21 by the
National Mobilization Com
mittee. SDS policy does not fa
vor mass protests but will
support all movements by
left-wing groups.
During the council meet
ing the National Mobiliza
tion Committee reported
that the Washington police
would not give them a pa
rade permit if the march
ers engaged in the civil
disobedience which NMC
has planned.
PLAN MARCH
SDS responded with a
resolution urging the NMC
to disregard the police ac
tion and continue their
original plan of civil diso
bedience during the march
as will the SDS partici
pants. In connection with the
SDS national policy of "op
position to conscription of
any form" the council re
solved to support The Re
sistance, the Oct. 16 anti
draft action.
On this date, males eli
gible for service who are
participants in The Resis
tance will return their draft
cards to Selective Service
offices throughout the Unit
ed States.
survey by choosing one
comparatively rural area
and another densely popu
lated industrial area," Mc
Cabe commented.
The survey is being con
ducted on a $2,500 a year
grant from' the public
health service and may be
renewed for up to three
years.
NOT APPLIED RESEARCH
"This survey is not an ap
plied research but is an at
tempt to collect, develop
and disseminate informa
tion about smoking and
health," Dr. McCabe said.
Although Dr. McCabe
hasn't been asked by the
ADA to concentrate the sur
vey in any particular area,
he expects that an emphasis
will be placed on the oral
health aspects.
Dr. McCabe expects to
survey every dentist in the
state, junior and senior high
schools and various other
Nebraskans selected at random.
Had Shaka-A Pudd'n been discovered in the
18th Century, the French Revolution would
probably never have taken place when It did.
Marie Antoinette's famous remark, "Let 'em eat
cake," would no doubt have been transformed
to "Let 'em eat pudd'n," thereby appeasing
the masses for at least another century.
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a fragmented,
Each package complete witn four puddings,
spoons, lids, and throwaway shakers.
WEDNESDAY
(All activities in Nebraska
Union unless otherwise in
dicated.) INTER-VARSITY 8 a.m.,
1:30 p.m. '- '
SOCIOLOGY 53 10:30
a.m., noon. ;
FRESHMAN ACTIVITIES
MART 11 a.m.
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p.m.
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ASUN-STUDENT SENATE
4 p.m.
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p.m.
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p.m.
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TOASTMASTERS CLUB
5:30 p.m.
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RED CROSS-: 30 p.m.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
PLEDGING CEREMONY
7 p.m.
QUIZ BOWL 7 p.m.
IFC 7 p.m1.
KOSMET KLUB TRAVEL
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p.m.
BUILDERS B O A R D 7.
p.m.
ORCHESIS - University
High School Gym, 7 p.m.
AG-EXEC BOARD C Y
Thompson Library, 7 p.m.
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fHltjfl fa I I
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Faculty Positions Remain
Vacant Due To Income
The University will not
attempt to fill its vacant
faculty positions this year
because the enrollment fell
short of projected figures,
according to Vice Chancel
lor Mark Hobson.
This semester's student
population is about 500 be
low the number anticipated
by budget planners last
spring. Since all tuition
funds are earmarked for
the instructional budget,
this area will bear the ma
jor impact of the popula
tion drop, Hobson said.
He stressed that the
change in hiring policy
would not greatly affect the
instructional program.
EVERY YEAR
"There are unfilled posi
tions on the faculty every
year," he said. "This year
we will not make any se
New York Offers
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Applications for 20 Root
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now being accepted for con
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ship committee at the New
York University School of
Law.
Candidates must apply to
the committee by Dec. 15,
according to an announce
ment by the New York law
school.
In order to qualify for the
scholarship an applicant
must hold a baccalaureate
degree, be a male citizen of
the United States and be
tween the ages of 20 and 28.
He must not previously
have attended any law
school. He must be unmar
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during his first or second
year of law school.
A candidate must rank
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Sign
rial attempts to fill them.
It merely means we will
postpone hiring until a lat
er date."
In appropriating Univer
sity funds, the 1967 Legis
lature worked under the
assumption that student en
rollment would hit the 18,
500 mark. Actual enroll
ment stands at 18,004.
Tuition form 500 addition
al resident students would
have added $117,000 to the
instructional budget.
SELF-BALANCING
This drop in tuition in
come will "obviously cre
ate a problem," the dean
of faculties said. However,
the effect of the drop will
be somewhat equalized be
cause the University has a
self-balancing budget."
Under this type of bud
get each department will
of leadership and character
that will enable him to be
come an honorable and ef
fective member of the legal
profession.
The Root-Tilden scholar
ship is valued at $3,500 a
year includes in addition to
$2,000 tuition $1,500 for liv
ing expenses, the announce
ment said.
The purpose of the schol
arship, the announcement
stated, is "to aid young men
who show promise of becom
ing outstanding lawyers in
the American tradition of
public and community lead
ership by the bar."
The 20 scholarships are
awarded each year on a
regional basis, with two
scholarships allocated to
each of the ten federal ju
dicial circuits.
Nebraska is in the eighth
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determine the number of
vacant positions, depending
upon the money allocated
to them to hire instructors.
Part-time and temporary
appointments will probably
feel the greatest effect,
Hobson said.
WORK LOADS
He added that faculty
members will probably car
ry lighter class loads than
the Legislature planned.
In approving University
funds the Legislature de
nied the Board of Regents'
request that the faculty
work load be set at an av
erage of 478 student credit
Era
standOUX49t
EDQE3HAE3D FADER
WILKES SARRt, M. NEW
with our representative
13, 17
hours.
They stipulated instead
that the average by set at
530 credit hours.
"But the average will be
about 500, which is close to
what it was a year ago,"
Hobson said. An average of
500 credit hours was used
as a g u i d e 1 i n e for last
year's biennium, he point
ed out.
The actual shortage of
tuition will not be comput
ed for some time, accord
ing to legislative fiscal
analyst George Dworak.
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