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ask support for Wolf
Three Nebraska Wesleyan students addressed the ASUN
Senate Wednesday asking for support in protesting what they
feel is an unfair tenure decision on the Wesleyan campus.
Wesleyan student Lowell Murphee said students consider
Nancy Wolf, who was denied tenure, a fine English professor
and think she should be rehired.
"English majors, like the three of us, hate to see our best
professors pulled out from under us," he said.
According to Wesleyan student April Kirkpatrick, 30 per
cent of the Wesleyan student population has been involved in
protesting the situation.
"We want to gear our efforts towards Thursday's Board of
Governors meeting," she said. "Representatives from Doane
College's student congress have agreed to join us in the
Wesleyan Student Center for that meeting.
"We invite ASUN senators and all UNL students to attend
that rally," she said.
The Senate gave its unanimous support to the Wesleyan
students efforts after hearing their case.
Sen. John Brown said it is wise to give support to Wesleyan
students, just the same as would be done for UNO students in
the same predicament. Many of the senators said they would
be at Thursday's 7:30 a.m. rally at Wesleyan.
Af seemingly innocent report from ASUN's Electoral
Commission submitted by Duane Sneddeker ran into some
opposition. The report, if accepted by the Senate, would have
insured elections on March 22. If rejected, according to
Sneddeker, it might mean postponing the election.
The report set down guidelines for elections and candidates
but the location of polling booths was the issue that stalled the .
Many senators thought there should be polling booths in
the dormitories where it would be more convenient to
students in order to promote a greater student vote.
Sneddeker said the Electoral Commission's reason for not
recommending this was because they felt it might bias the vote
toward senators residing in certain dorms.
Locations such as Nebraska Hall, the Nebraska Union and
the Military and Naval Science Builiding are on nuetral ground,
According to Sneddeker, in the 1966-67 school year 6,000
students voted at the sole Nebraska Union location. The next
year, when polling places were more widely distributed around
campus, only 1,200 people voted, he said.
The Senate rejected the report. President Steve Fowler
warned the Senate that the election should be held near the
proposed date as a later date might not give the new Senate
adequate time to get its business done.
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Basic cost for the business administration course
was $632 for transportation, room, board and
tuition. The other interim courses, all open to
non-majors, ranged between $300 and $500 and were
worth three credit ihours.,
A student traveler may also apply for University
credit by examination if he informally acquires
knowledge of a foreign language, history or culture.
A new committee is being set up under the
auspices of the Institute for Latin American and
International Studies to help eliminate the snarl of
red tape around credit by examination and credit
transfer from foreign universities, according to John
Robinson, associate dean of the College of Arts and
A charter flight is being planned by the Office of
Student Activities for this summer. Cost will
probably range from $185-$200.
The Lincoln Broadway
League is bringing Neil Simon's
comedy "The Last of the Red
Hot Lovers" starring Stubby
Kaye, to the Stuart Theatre at
There will be a Residence
Halt Association meeting at
6:30 Thursday on 12th floor
The Hockey Club will meet
at 7 p.m. Thursday in the
The Guadalajara Summer School, a
fully accredited University of Arizona
program, will offer, July 3 to August
12, anthropology, art, folklore, geog
raphy, history, government language
and literature. Tuition, $160; board
and room, $190. Write Office of the
Summer Session, University of Ari
zona, Tucson, Arizona 85721.
featuring original works of
graphic art etchings,
lithographs, by leading
20th century artists:
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union. Practice will be held
The Union Program Council
will be interviewing .for the
musicalfine arts, World in
Revolution and recreation
committees at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Applications and interview
times are available in 128
Applications for the Delta
Delta Service Projects
Scholarships are available from
Molly Cunningham, 109
Administration, for all full
time undergraduate women.
The local recipient will recieve
a $300 award and become
eligible for one of the $1,000
national awards. Applications
must be returned by March 1,
1972 to the Director of
Financial Aid or
The Union Program Council
Talks and Topics Committee
will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, 237 Nebraska
Union, to discuss plans for
next year's speakers. Call Doug
Voegler, 432-5966, if
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CLOSES MARCH 31, 1972.
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in one of 50 separate state contests. You may win
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tunity to become the artist from your state whose
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portant commemorative medal that will receive
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There will be a total of 200 cash awards four in each
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First prize in each state $ 5,000
Second prize in each state $ 2,500
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Total of prizes for all 50 -states $500,000
In these 50 simultaneous state competitions, each artist
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All entries must be submitted on an Official Entry Form
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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