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By Ken Merlin
School of Journalism
The Board of Regents is again
considering an expansion of Memorial
Stadium-this time to the east-according
to Regent Ed Schwartzkopf of Lincoln.
"It's just good business to look
ahead," he said of the property
committee's current efforts to find a cost
per seat figure for adding tiers of seats
atop the east side.'
Schwartzkopf suggested the
committee might favor an expansion on
the east side if the cost of construction
could be paid for by ticket sales.
Expansion of the stadium was paid for
in the past in this manner without using
the taxpayer's money, he emphasized. As
an example, he cited the recent
construction of a new team dressing room
which will bring the Huskers out of the
south end of the stadium rather than the
north this fall. The dressing room is
located under the south grandstand along
with the athletic department's new
Additional seats built on the south end
last summer brought in record crowds last
fall with a corresponding increase in
revenue, according to the sports
information book just out. On November
23, 1972, the season's record of 76,587
"Big Red" fans watched the Huskers lose
to Oklahoma, 14-17.
Bob Devaney, UNL athletic director,
who moved into his new office in the
stadium last week, said Friday he did not
have the money in the athletic fund to
pay for another expansion.
"And it's unlikely that the athletic
department could float the necessary
bonds at this time.
"We've been through this before," he
"We had a study which showed it
could be done at a tremendous cost."
The study, he said, was completed in
conjunction with the south expansion
and showed it would cost about twice as
much per seat to add 5,000-9,000 seats
on the east side.
Devaney said the higher cost of the
east side included pillars outside the
stadium to support the rows of additional
seats and relocation of the entrances.
Schwartzkopf agreed that the cost
would be more but added, "the longer we
wait, the more it's going to cost."
More protein in eggs, beef
than vegetable substitutes
Despite rising prices for eggs
and beef, they provide greater
protein nutritional value than
substitutes, according to a
study by Merlyn Kalyani
Doraiswamy, Constance Kies
and Hazel M. Fox of the
department of food and
nutrition in the College
should have a
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The month-long study was
conducted with nine University
students ranging in age from 21
to 29. The object was to
determine the nutritional value
of vegetable protein products
which lately have been
processed and marketed to
resemble ground beef.
Wheat and soybean protein
products, made by different
companies using various
processes, were used in the
study, with beef and dried
whole egg used as controls.
These plant-based products
are similar in flavor, odor,
appearance and texture to red
meat. More economical to
produce and more efficient,
the plant products are lower in
nutritional value than animal
proteins, according to the
study. Meat is a popular
food, the study said, and it
contributes high quality
protein, vitamins and minerals.
Because animal products are
produced at a higher position
in the food chain, they are
more costly and less efficient
than plant and cereal proteins.
American meat-eaters have
come to appreciate and expect
the taste of meat and may be
unwilling to change, according
to the report.
The products tested
included vegetable protein
products, textured vegetable
protein products (TVP) or
meat analogs, also called meat
replacements or extenders.
Eggs were found by the
researchers to have the greatest
protein value of the products
tested. Beef was second in
nutritional value, followed by
wheat protein product,
extruded soybean protein
product and spun concentrated
soybean protein product.
The study showed that
wheat protein products
resulted in better retention of
nitrogen, and digestibility was
better than in soybean protein
Soybeans are processed in
several methods, including
extruding or squeezing and
spinning. The study concluded
that nitrogen retention and
digestibility were the same in
both, but protein retention was
better in the extruded method.
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The SUMMER NEBRASKAN is published nine times
during the summer-five times during the first session
and four times in the second session.. The SUMMER
NEBRASKAN is located in Avery 1 10 (472-2557).
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