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One food service on campus
is not closed Sunday evening.
In fact, the outpatient din
ing room at the Student
Health Center operates every
day, year round, according to
Dietician Kathleen Lehr.
"The main purpose of this
program is to acquaint a pa
tient with his social diet," she
AFTER A doctor prescribes
a special diet, the patient
begins to eat in the dining
room, she continued. After a
while the diet becomes
familiar, and the patient can
usually begin eating at his
living unit again.
While under diet care, pa
tient's status is reviewed by
his doctor on a regular basis,
and the diet is dropped as
soon as possible.
Films aid teaching
Children in a silent world
helped by Center at NU
Research in the education
media at the University of
Nebraska is helping deaf
children to learn about the
silent world in which they
Dr. Robert E. Stepp, direc
tor of the Midwest Regional
Media Center for the Deaf, is
particularly interested in the
teaching of deaf children
because he has a 12-year-old
son who is deaf.
'It is hard for me to un
derstand what deafness is,
even though a member of my
family is deaf," he said.
Although he finds deafness
hard to understand, Dr. Stepp
and his staff of 12 "talented
NIA holds
panel on
-A table tennis tournament,
a panel discussion on family
systems and an international
food buffet are being planned
by the Nebraska International
Association (NIA), according
to Sam Bioku, president.
The panel will discuss the
different husband-wife,
p a rent-child relationships
around the world, Bioku said.
He felt students would be
partict'iarly interested in
parental influence on dating
and courtship in different
EIGmT FOREIGN students
from various countries will be
on the panel that will be
moderated by Mrs. Ruby
Gingles, associate professor
of human development and
the family.
The discussion will be Sun
day, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. All students
are invited, Bioku said.
After the panel, NIA and
Inter-Varsity will have a
reception with Dr. Sammuel
I. Fuenning, medical director
of the University Health
Center a 5 p.m.
students will "both compete in
the all-international table
tennis tournament, Bioku
said. The elimination
tournament will be in
The foreign students will
sponsor an international buf
fet in April. The menu will
include native d i 6 h e s
prepared by the foreign
NIA, ASUN and other
campus organizations will
cooperatively sponsor In
ternational Week in
February, he said.
ternational Week, NIA will
irponsor "Cultures on Cam
pus." which will include ex-
lUwtirO tim pi. ifei 0 Jti MIC
countries that are represented
us campus.
- "The 226 foreign students
on campus automatically
become members of NIA and
membership is also extended
to Interested American
s t u d e nt s and faculty
members," Bioku said. The
executive board includes both
foreign and American
students, hj added.
"Our organization tries to
bring students from aH coun-1
tries together to remove some
of the boundaries that exist
between different peoples,"
he said.
The next NIA monthly
meeting will be Suturdcv
Dae. 7, in the Nebraska
Union. j
dinner dilemma
to outpatients
In more severe cases, pa
tients must eat at the dining
room full time, she said.
Sometimes very bland or non
bulky diets are required,
which are hard to get in the
living units.
IN SOME instances, people
are allergic to staple foods,
she said, including such
things as wheat, eggs and
milk. This type of patient is
confined to a diet of meat,
fruit, vegetables and the like.
Patients who live in
apartments or at home are
allowed to cook for
themselves, she said.
However, they are first in
structed in the particulars of
diet at the Health Center.
The facility handles an
average of twenty patients
people" are doing much to
help educate deaf children.
IN 1964, Dr. Stepp did
research in the use of 8mm
films as an aid in teaching
deaf children how to speech
His original research at
tracted attention and led to
the establishment of the
Center in 1966. The Center,
one of four in the United
States, serves a 10 state area.
Since the only means of
learning a deaf child has is
with his eyes, each child re
quires individual attention
from the teacher. When the
Widely-known soprano
plans concert in Lincoln
The Lincoln Symphony
Orchestra will present a con
cert on Nov. 26, Tuesday,
which will feature soprano
Phyliss Curtin.
Miss Curtin, who now lives
in New York, has sung in
opera and concert at the
Metropolitan Opera, La Scala,
the Vienna State Opera,
Teatro Colon and many other
leading opera houses. She has
appeared in twenty countries
Open housing
'straight talk'
The Human Rights Com
mittee will meet Thursday to
plan an "Open Housing Talk
In" which will feature leaders
in human rights activities in
Lincoln, according to Dan
Looker, chairman of the
ASUN commttee.
Looker said that the
speakers will be announced at
the meeting. "They will in
clude people from the poverty
program, the University, and
city hall," he added.
"WE HOPE to have four
panels speaking at four dorm
complexes Monday,
December 9," he said. "The
talk-in will explain housing
predjudice the way It really is
in Lincoln. I don't expect our
speakers to pull any punches,"
Looker continued.
"Members of the human
rights committee will also
explain what students can do
in this area," he added.
Looker said the planning
meeting would be held in the
Union at 7;30.
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she continued. However, only
about ten are using it at the
present time.
SHE SAID that the service
is staffed by a dietician, three
full-time cooks, a dish
machine operator and seven
student helpers. It is set up on
the same basis as a hospital
kitchen except the scale is
much smaller.
Thouefo the service has
been in existence for some
time, last year was the first
time it offered lull-time
service. Last summer marked
the first year of full-time
Dietician Lehr is a graduate
of the University. A licenced
dietician must take four years
of college work followed by a
year s internship.
teacher's attention is directed
to another pupil, the first
child stops learning, Stepp
The use of films allows a
child to practice a speech
reading lesson which was
started by the teacher. This
frees the teacher to work with
THE CENTER is concerned
with designing and producing
instructional material for
deaf children which can be
used for independent study. '
The film cartridges are
designed so that even a 3-and-one-half
year old child can
operate the projector himself.
Other work at the Center
includes conducting education
media institutes for teachers
of the deaf and professors
who train teachers of the
deaf, holding an annual na
tional conference for ad
ministrators of schools for the
deaf and conducting
workshops at schools for the
as a recitalist and symphony
described her as "the coun
try's best and busiest singer
of contemporary music, and
she has premiered more new
opera than any American
soprano going and has had 53
works written especially for
Miss Curtin is a native of
Clarksburg, West Virginia,
and a graduate of Wesleyan
College, where she majored in
political science while study
ing music as a side-line.
Frosh debaters
tourney Jmund
Junior division members of
the University debate team
will compete in a tournament
at Wichita, Kan., Friday,
November 22, according to
Prof. Donald 0. Olson, direc
tor of debate.
Students who are competing
in the first year of college
debate include: John Simon,
Auburn; Janice M c G i 1 1 ,
Davey; Sandra R e n k e n ,
Geneva; and Ronald Ken
nedy, Bellevue.
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Tri-University Project
12:30 p.m.
Placement Luncheon
1:30 p.m.
Anthropology Dept. "The
3:30 p.m.
People to People Publicity
"The Hunters"
Hyde Park
4 p.m.
ASUN Student Senate
4:30 p.m.
ASUN Legislative Liaison
5:30 p.m.
Quiz Bowl A.V. Comm.
Graduate Counseling Frater
nity 6 p.m.
Phi Nu Alpha Sinfonia
6:30 p.m.
AUF Exec.
Christian Science Org.
AUF Educ. Comm.
7 pm.
AUF Board
Quiz Bowl
Gamma Alpha Chi
Red Cross Handicrafts ;
Quiz Bowl If olations '
7:30 p.m.
ASUN Senate Visitations
Sigma Alpha Eta
Mathematics Counselors
ASUN Human Rights
University Dames
8 p.m.
Young Republicans
8:30 p.m.
Jr. IFC Smoker
Abel Sandoz "A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way
to the Forum"
Presidents of their respec
tive houses in S e 1 1 e c k
Quadrangle include: Cyndi
Jones, Boucher II; Sharon
Oertwteh, Cani'ield House;
Jan Petersen, Burnett II;
Connie Morrison, Andrews
Jan Eason, Maclean House;
Michele Raun, Bessey House;
Marcia Bauerle, Hitchcock
II; Kathy Knoell Manatt
House; Sharie R u b a c k
Burnett I; Linda Clark
Boucher I; Linda Howel,
Hitchcock I.
New officers for A'bel-San-doz
Residence Association
are: Bob Brandt, president;
Louis Munoz, Abel vice
Kathy Shanley, Sandoz vice
president; Dee Eaton,
secretary; EEen S i n 1 e k ,
treasurer; Betty McGaughey,
scholastic chairman; Braf
Brooks, intramural chairman.
Marcia Hoffman, social
chairman; John Davidson,
publicity chairman; and Bob
Brandt. Marcia Hoffman,
Dick Stoll, Rich Kuper and
Jim Krance, IDA represen
tatives. Director of deaf
center to speak
Dr. Robert E. Stepp, direc
tor of the Midwest Regional
Media Center for the Deaf,
will be the speaker for the 7
p.m. Thursday meeting of
Sigma Alpha Eta.
The organization is the
professional honorary for
speech pathology and
audiology majors. His topic
will be "The Deaf Student as
an Independent Learner."
All interested persons are
encouraged to attend.
(no experience needed)
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Age, experience
Freshman squad tagged
'trouble9 in Friday clash
by Randy York
Assistant Sports Editor
Friday night's Nebraska
varsity-freshinen basketball
clash Is likely to be a close
game, according to Joe
Cipriano, the Huskers' head
Tip-off time is set for 7:35
p.m. at the Coliseum.
The varsity suffered two
setbacks in practice sessions
this week. First, Jim Brooks,
the Akron, Ohio, junior who
has been starting at the
center post in fall drills, was
sidelined with mononucleosis
THEN TOM Scantlebury,
wlw has been alternating at a
Stanford president criticizes draft law;
sets student communication objective
Palo Alto, Calif. - (LP.)
Kenneth S. Pitzer. Stanford's
president-elect, has criticized
the draft law, backed student
involvement in education
reform, and set open com
munication with students and
faculty as his most important
immediate objective.
Scheduled to take office
Dec. 1, Pitzer went directly
from his first news con
ference to confer informally
and privately with Student
Body President Denis Hayes
and six other students.
ON A long-run basis, he
told newsmen, Stanford's
"'aim and ambition should be
a university second to none in
Sports car club
holds night rally
A night orientation sports
car rally sponsored by the
University Sports Car Club
will be held Saturday night
with registration beginning at
6 p.m. in the Nebraska Union,
according to Bill Kamery,
club president.
Drivers will travel a 70-mile
course through the use of in
structions and a map. both
provided to prove drivers
followed the route. Navigators
must copy numbers printed
on paper plates along the
i've got my interview set
between computer lab and econ
hurry up bus
I'll be late for class
wonder if Alcoa's doing anything
about traffic jams
for nought? . . .
starting guard slot, un
derwent hand surgery Tues
day. Scantlebury, a starter
last year, had a pin taken out
of his hand but participated in
Wednesday's workout.
Brooks is working on
shooting only this week,
Cipriano said. He added that
Brooks would not be ready for
full-scale workouts until next
"Losing Brooks really
hurts," Cipriano said. "We
had been setting a lot of
things up around him, and
iiow we're going to have to
change some things. But it
does give some others a
chance to move up."
the world," the equal of
Harvard and MIT combined
in the distinction and range of
its academic programs.
He said he was "all in
favor" of Stanford's recent
commitment to double its
minoritv group enrollment bv
1970. "We should digest what
we've already promised
before making more pro
mises," he added. The
University has estimated its
costs for the change may
reach approximately $1
million annually, mainly for
increased student financial
As President of Rice
University, Pitzer gave top
priority to removal of racial
restrictions on enrollment,
securing a court order to do
so in 1964.
QlTsSTIOXED about the
role of students in picking
university presidents. Pitzer
said students "certainly
should have an opportunity to
put information into the pro
cess. How it goes in will vary
at each institution. What's
right now may not be right 10
years from now."
Asked about demonstra
tions, he said "in many cases,
disturbances are a matter of ,
getting attention," which
might be avoided with ade-,
quate communication among
various campus interest
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Tapid transit problems
and rielping explore the seas and
outer space
and working with packaging
and automotive applications
So when 1 go in
I'll tell it like it is-for me
and they'll tell it like it is
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Scantlebury would be the
sixth man, pending recovery.
Sam Martin and Marv
Stewart will man the guard
spots while veteran Bob
Gratopp and sophomore Tom
Bryan will start at forwards.
Soph Leroy Chalk will pro
bably open at center, Cipriano
said, and Dale Von Seggern, a
1987-68 starter, may see early
"We have not had a great
week of practice with so
many people gone," Cipriano
said. The Husker boss said
team defense is Nebraska's
biggest problem this season.
"WE ALSO make too many
mistakes." Cipriano said.
groups. The University is now
in the act of developing new
policy guidelines to help
maintain the rights of free
speech, peaceable assembly,
and freedom of movement on
All'sports tickets
note on sale
Nebraska ticket manager
Jim Pittenger said this week
that all-sports student athletic
tickets are on sale at the Col
iseum ticket office.
Pittenger said students
must purchase their own
tickets, with one ticket per
person and two for married
couples. Tickets are priced at
$d.2S each.
They will remain on sale
until the first of the year, or
until the supply of 3,0(10 is
exhausted, Pittenger said.
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"We give the ball up too
much. I guess this can be ex
pected with so many new
faces, but I think if we just
spend some time and get use.l
to each other, it will get bet.
Cipriano's second five con
sists of guards Cliff Mollcr
and N. S. Ilurd, forwards Tim
Allmond and Ken Cauble or
Lee Torrens and center Von
Seggern or Chalk.
"This year's freshmen
group," Cipriano said, "has
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more finesse than any
fres'hmea team we've ha I
since I've been here. If this
group gets hot, its going to
give us trouble."
Harrell said, "We're big, bv.i
not slow. He said the
freshmen possess good
mobility and added that re
bounding is the team's mailt
The freshmen line-up will
have a Husker accent as four
Nebraskans are slated ".
start Schuyler's Chuck Jura,
Hastings' Jim While.
Omaha's Mike Peterson anj
Lincoln's Curt LeRossignol,
AI Nisson. a Miller, S.D.,
native, is the other starter.
Harrell labeled the
freshmen outfit as a m
"average shooting team" aivl
said outside help will coma
from -5 Don Wilson. 6-3';
Tom McCowan and 6-1 Kevin
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