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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, T969
for NU student minorities
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Regents. Each fall, 20 needy students
are admitted under the program. The
$229 per semester tuition is waived.
Only 20 students can be admitted
each year under the program, Strong
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said. Neither he nor Aronson nor
Lundak would speculate if the Board
of Regents might increase the waiver
About 68 minority freshmen with
financial difficulties are now attending
the University because of Strong's ef
forts. Most are black, but there are
a few American Indians, Japanese
Americans and Mexican-Americans.
"This summer was our very first
real effort to recruit minority
students," Strong pointed out. "We
were very successful, but much more
needs to be done."
Strong is already looking forward
to future recruiting efforts. No final
plans have been made, but he wants
to cover Nebraska much more
thoroughly, particularly the western
parts of the state where Mexican
Americans are prevalent.
Strong also wants to begin en
couraging students to attend the
And that's a slewed hen
1 whole, ready-to-cook chicken, 5 to
Salt and pepper
2 cups beer
2 large onions, chopped
2 teaspoons salt
1 cup sliced celery
1 garlic clove, chopped
Yi cup chopped parsley
8 carrots, scraped and cut into 2 inch
16 small whole peeled new potatoes
16 whole small peeled white onions
16 small whole mushrooms
1 (ltyoz.) package frozen peas
Rub chicken inside and out with
lemon juice. Sprinkle inside and out
with salt and pepper. Tie legs together
and put chicken into a large kettle
or Dutch oven.
Add beer, onions, salt, celery,
garlic and parsley. Cover tightly and
simmer for about to 2 hours or
"Help fotr ftlfoe yonder stfydoe
University before they are high school
seniors. Junior high school is not too
early to star interesting the students
in the University, he said.
Eaves, who was elected president
of the Afro-American Society sue
ceeding Wayne Williams, also looks
toward the future. "Funds are
available," he said. "We just have
to get at more minority students."
Also for the first time, an orienta
tion session for inciming minority
students was held last week. "You
just can't bring these students down
here and dump them in such a di-
fferent environment." Eaves said. The
first group of tuition waver students
were nit given any orientation or
special guidance and many washed
out of NU.
"We met with these students four
evenings a week and tried to tell them
about campus problems and what to
expect," he said. "These students do
have the desire to learn."
until chicken is tender, adding more
beer as necessary to keep up the level
of. the liquid.
When chicken is just tender, add
carrots, potatoes and onions. Cover
and simmer until vegetables are
tender. Add mushrooms and peas.
Cover and cook an additional 5
minutes. Sprinkle chicken with
To serve, carve chicken and serve
In bowl swith broth and vegetables.
United States Brewers Association,
35 pass actuarial tests
More University of Nebraska
students passed recent actuarial ex
aminations than students at any other
university In the nation, according to
Stephen Kellison, instructor in ac
Thirty-five Nebraska students suc
cessfully completed at least one of
four tests in a series of 10 required
to qualify as a professional actuary.
The examinations are given on a
uniform basis throughout the nation
by the Society of Actuaries.
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