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A 1229 R Street
9-5:30 M S
Y-Pals someone to be with
X battle jackets 1 X
(M hooked yarn trfit
Jysi lumber-jack plaid c?fi?
All at Quentin's to
keep you warm for
football. This one in
grey and brown fur.
A "little brother" can swim and play
football, eat supper, watch television or just
plain talk to a Y-Pal. ,
Jim Gump and Greg Hickman are two
volunteers in the YWCA'S Y-Pal program.
Gump, a UNL gymnist and speech
communications major, is a Y-Pal to 9-year-old
Gump said he learned about the Y-Pal
program from the Lincoln Volunteer Bureau,
which along with the UNL Volunteer Bureau,
finds people interested in helping "little"
brothers or sisters.
Hickman, a former UNL student who
campaigns for McGovern, said his little brother,
nine-year-old Ken Coy, is the lone male in a
family of 10.
Hickman, who grew up without a father said
he believes he can help Ken with the problems
that the lack of a brother or father can cause.
Hickman said he heard about the Y-Pal
program from a friend working in juvenile
Hickman said he's seen Ken at least once
a week for two months.
What do the Y-Pals get out of the time spent
with their little brother?
Hickman said there is a certain age when
children haven't learned to be dishonest or
cute "they're very blunt."
Because of this, he said, the companionship
provides a "recharging of batteries."
Gump said there is the "personal satisfaction
of knowing I'm helping Eric in some way."
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Living With ease... Briarhurst ll was designed
for apartment life as it should be . . . with the privacy and
comfort of your own home, yet the ease and convenience
found only in apartment living. Expansive lawns, trees,
and an adjoining meadow give life at Briarhurst II the air
of a country estate.
Nearby shopping centers and schools supplement these conveniences:
Spacious 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units
Now leasing from $160.00
4700 BRIARPARK ROAD 489-2200
Another Boetel & Company Development
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A MejfsPLiberation group is
forming.terested men should
call UMHE, 432-6561, and
name and phone
There will be a meeting to
explain the junior year in
Germany program today at
2:30 in 106 Burnett.
Student Association will
sponsor a Mexican dinner
Sunday, from 5-7 p.m. at the
Southwest Community Center
1145 High Street.
A simultaneous chess
exhibition will be given by
Richard Moore, Lincoln City
Chess champion at 7 p.m.
Sunday in the Nebraska Union.
The Engineering Executive
Board is sponsoring a lecture
by the Navy "Blue Angels,"
Monday at 7 p.m. in 20 Morrill
I ss than two weeks remain
for those who plan to take the
National Teacher Examinations
at UNL on Nov. 11, to submit
their registration for these tests
to Educational Testing Service,
Princeton, New Jersey. Forms
can be obtained from the
Teacher Placement Office, 106
Delta Delta Delta Sorority is
having an open house from
10-12 a.m. Saturday to
dedicate the new addition to
their house and present books
to John Heussman, director of
Consultation Center needs two
more volunteers for a research
project on group interaction.
Interested students should call
friday, October 13, 1972
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