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bers of the Beta Theta Pi skit as they rehearse at
the Kosmet Klub fall show to be held this
AUF selects five charities
to benefit from student drive
Continued from Page 1
The group is also collecting
soap in the houses and
dormitories to send to Viet
nam. A Navy Lieutenant
wrote a letter to the Lincoln
Journal asking for soap for
the children in Vietnam and
AUF answered his plea.
Governor Norbert T.
Tiemann endorsed the AUF
money drive Oct. 14 at the
women's convocation that
opened the drive. The drive
will run through Nov. 22.
THE FIVE charities were
selected by popular vote to
reveive money from AUF.
They are the Multiple
Sclerosis Society, the Cancer
Society, the Heart Fund.
U.S.O. and the Keep Biafra
Alive Committee.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a
disease of the central nervous
system the brain and
spinal cord. It is not a mental
disease nor is it contagious.
When the disease hits, the
nerve coverings disintegrate
and are replaced by scar
tissue. Body functions are
Poverty war failing,
America a dual society
Continued from page 1
The new trend utilizes jobs
which require paper work and
conversation, he said.
Service vocations such as
public relations work,
teaching, consulting and
science are included in the
new trend, he continued.
A "GREAT growth" is
forthcoming in such jobs, he
predicted. Nearly all such
jobs employ only the educated
and upper middle class
citizen.
Because of the employment
situation, the United States is
being divided into two
socieities, Hacker declared.
The first will be composed of
NFU instructors'
registration due
Registration forms are due
today from anyone who has
volunteered as a Free
University course leader, ac
cording to Carol Maas, a
member of the NFU
coordinating committee. She
emphasized that it is very
important that these forms be
submitted on time.
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impaired because the inx
pulses from the brain have
trouble getting by the scarred
spots.
The cause of MS is yet to be
found and no medication has
been found successful.
Because MS strikes in the
prime years of life, ages 20
through 40, it is a
psychologocal, social and
economic problem affecting
the patient and his family.
It is estimated that there
are 500,000 Americans with
the disease or related
disorders. An estimated two
million American family
members are concerned with
its heavy economic burden.
The MuKiple Sclerosis
Society is concerned with
research and MS patients. A
minimum of 50 per cent of the
funds are spent on research.
The Society also supports pa
tient services, professional
education about diagnosis and
public information programs.
The Society is a voluntary
association of laymen, physi
cians and researchers in part
middle and upper middle class
service workers. The second
society is made up of ghetto
citizens, the unemployed and
undereducated.
The only real solution to
poverty is to provide jobs for
those who want them, he said.
Possibly, federal programs
should teach people more
"conversation" and less about
meat cutting and automobile
repair, he said.
"For example, the War on
Poverty, will never teach a
scrub woman to be an ex
ecutive secretary," Hacker
said.
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Pinnings
Bette Berryman, Alpha Chi
Omega junior in teachers
college from Grand Island, to
Jeff Gaillard, Beta Theta Pi
junior in business ad
ministration from Omaha.
Cheryl Adams, Alpha Xi
Delta senior in business ad
ministration from Broken
Bow, to John Jarctiaw, Delta
Upsilon senior in animal
science from Daykon.
Karen Wendt, Alpha Xi
Delta senior in speech
therapy from Omaha, to
Steve Beckley, Chi Phi Senior
in engineering from Raleigh.
N. Ca.
Brenda Bloedorn, Alpha Xi
Delta senior in elementary
education from Wisner, to
Lyle Stewart, Delta Upsilon
senior in engineering from
Sidney.
Kathy Arrigo, graduate in
merchandising from Lincoln,
to Jerry Merritt, senior Delta
Sigma Pi in business ad
ministration from Lincoln.
Elizabeth Conkling, Smith
Hall sophomore in engineer
ing, to Dale Grotelueschen,
Ag Men sophomore in animal
science.
Nancy McGlasson, off
campus Lincoln, to William
Jordan, senior in industrial
arts from Manley.
Marilyn Clarke, Phi Mu
senior in elementary educa
tion and human development
from Auburn, to Don Hansen,
Beta Sigma Psi senior in
business administration from
Newman Grove.
Engagements
Marilyn L. Cherry, Burr
Hall sophomore in home
economics education from
Craig, to James S. Schepers,
graduate student in soil
chemistry from Shelton.
Linda Darice Johnsen,
Sandoz sophomore in
elementary education from
Virginia, Nebr., to Reginald
Wyatt, Abel senior in math
secondary education from
Unadilla.
Carol Schlueter, Alpha
Delta Pi senior in elementary
education from Papillion, to
Jack Eager, 1965 University
graduate in accounting from
Louisville.
Connie Elliott, Alpha Delta
Pi junior in elementary
education from Columbus, to
Jim Hellbusch, Beta Sigma
Psi senior in industrial arts
from Columbus.
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1 Front That Desk
1 In The Corner
by J. L. Baldwin
Sports Columnist
The World of Sport is a
strange one.
The last two weekends
in Lincoln should have left
even the most casual
observer of NU athletics a
little shocked and bewildered.
The Huskers fought
valiantly at Memorial
Stadium the last two
Saturdays and lost
heartbreaking games to diff
icult opponents. Not even the
most chauvinistic Nebraska
partisan could claim that
Kansas and Missouri didn't
play well. And it appears that
these two fine football teams
will fight it out for the 1968
Big Eight title.
What hurts is that, if
the games had proceeded in
anywhere near normal
fashion, Nebraska might have
won both.
SINCE WHEN has any
team run straight at
Nebraska and succeeded on a
long scoring drive late in the
fourth quarter? Before
Kansas executed its game
winning march Oct. 12, I can
think only of Arkansas' in the
1965 Cotton Bowl.
And since when have two
long punts bounced back
crazily against Cornhusker
defenders preparing to block
in the same game?
There's not much you can
do if you are staying away
from the ball, are beginning
to set up to block and then the
dang thing hits you. Forgive
the Huskers if they think
some giant invisible hand is
inflicting the weird bounces on
them. Seeng last week's night
mare, nothing seems impos
sible. The scores of Nebraska's
first two conference games i
will go in the record books as
13-23 and 14-16, but there
should be a note adding:
beaten by one long drive and
two rotten bounces.
On a more positive note, but
still dealing in the bizarre.
N e braska's long-suffering
cross-country team rose from
the depths of the Big Eight
cellar to pull off two victories
the last two weekends.
The Huskers, led by Pete
Brang, Greg Carlberg and
Bob Tupper, simply ran past
a startled Kansas State squad
and an astounded Missouri
aggregation to register im
pressive triumphs at Pioneers
Park, Oct. 12 and Oct. 19.
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Varsity: 'The Heart Is A
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9:20.
State: 'The Parent Trap' 1:00,
3:36, 6:12, 8:48.
Joyo: 'The Sand Pebbles',
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Stuart: 'Live a Little, Love a
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Nebraska: 'Anyone Can Play',
1:00, 3:00, 5:05, 7:10, 9:15.
84th & O: 'Yours, Mine &
Ours, 7:30. 'The Fortune Cookie',
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OMAHA
Indian Hills: 'Doctor Zhlvago',
2:00 & 8:00.
Dundee: Tunny Girl', every
evening at 8:00, Wed., Sat., &
Sun., 2:00.
8:00 P.M.
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WUNDERBAR, you say.
Don't NU teams always win?
Not exactly. Up until the K
State and Missouri meets,
Nebraska hadn't won a cross
country meet in nearly three
years. This showing doesn't
necessarily inspire a winning
tradition.
Neither does the fact that
the Wildcats and the Tigers
were supposed to battle each
other for the conference
championship.
But did Coach Frank
Sevigne's young team care? I
guess not. They must be il
literate, though, because if
they had read their press
clippings, they might not even
have shown up for the meets.
Now, unbelievably, the Corn
husker harriers find
themselves as genuine con
ference title contenders.
I'm glad neither of the NU
teams is competing in Lincoln
Saturday. This early
Halloween would probably
continue, and no one would
believe the results.
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