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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1959
ASUN candidates express election views
continued from page 3
Peter said he favors an in
ternational house program, explaining
that if the facilities and accommoda"
tions of a foreign house were provid
ed, the foreign student "could very
well cone for himself."
Business Administration
Too many required courses, too few
staff members, and an unstandardized
grading system are three faults which
Dan Chernault sees with his college.
Chcrnault, who lists his membership
on the Business Administration Ad-
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person
visory Board as a qualification for
his senate candidacy, said that some
professors "don't subscribe to the 4.5
system, placing some students at a
comparative disadvantage."
Fiala leads
batters with
.387 average
The two-sport athletes still re
main. Adrian Fiala, a linebacker on coach
Bob Devaney's football squad, is by.
passng spring football practice to
compete for coach Tony Sharpe's
baseball team and is going as well, if
no: better, on the grass hitting base
balls as he did tackling people carry
ing footballs last fall.
The former Omaha Bishop Ryun
football and baseball all-Omaha
performer is leading the NU hitters
with a sparkling .387 average, while
third baseman Tom Tittball is batting
at .323 clip.
Grand Island freshman Gene Stohs
is batting .286 and has 2-2 record
pitching. He has struck out 16 batters
and walked only 6.
Although senior left-hander Al
Furby only has a subpar 1-2 record, he
holds an impressive 1.82 earned run
average. He has pitched more innings
than any other hurler this spring.
Team-wise NU is outhitting op
ponents .215 to .191, leading foes in
runs, hits, doubles, home runs, runs
batted in walks and strikeouts.
Nebraska, with a 1-4 Big Eight
league record, meets the Missouri
Tigers at 1:30 p.m. Friday on the
Vine Street diamond in a
doubleheader and closes the series
with a single game beginning at 1
p.m. Saturday. This will be the next to
last home appearance for the
Nebraska nine,
"Students are deemed by parents
and society to be responsible, so they
should have freedom of choice con
cerning their courses toward their
degree," Chernault said, explaining
that in Business Administration, the
first three years are nearly filled with
required courses.
"A COMPLETE re-evaluation of
introductory required coursos to make
them more relevant," was proposed
by Tim Kincaid, who defined
"relevancy" according to workable
class size and individual participa
tion. Kincaid, a former senator, said he
is assistant chairman of the Student
Action Front, a legislative liason
committee lobbyist, and was a
delegate to the ASUN constitutional
convention.
Kincaid said that students should
have "at least an equal part" in
deciding what courses are taught, and
also "have some say" in who teaches
them. He said that Student Senate
should also "have some say" in who
teaches them. He said that Student
Senate should put pressure on the ad
visory boards to perform in this ca
pacity. Gary Kissel said that improvement
in the introductory courses Is needed,
because they are "irrelevant" to the
students taking them, being too large
and impersonal.
KISSEL SAID he was a member
of the Student Independent Party and
hopes this party and its members will
"start a new direction towards
relevancy."
Characterizing himself as a
"concerned student, willing to work
hard," Kissel said that many students
are apathetic to ASUN because it is
irrelevant to their needs.
Tom Wiese said that it "is more
in, the area of the advisory boards
than the senate to consider changes
in the college, but that the senate
should work in close contact with the
Boards.
As a former senator, Wiese said
his year's experience has helped him
understand "the powers and power
limitations" of the senate.
WIESE SAID the role of the
students in University decision-making
is limited, but could become
"more direct" wtih the advent of the
Student Life Committee. He feels that
having seven students on this com
mittee will give students a "more
equitable position."
The Student Life Committee will
provide "a better ear to the student's
voice," according to Steve
McCollister.
McCollister feels that students how
can be more active, and that the
senate "should support student
demonstrations."
"The student is what the University
Is here for, and it has an obligation
to teach what the student wants,"
McCollister said. He added that the
taxpayers also "have to be made
happy," and the ASUN should listen
to all sides and work toward com
promises. continued Monday
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