The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 25, 1974, Page page 6, Image 6

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While yearly budgets have Increased for most UNL'
organizations, allocations to Black United Sister (BUS)
have decreased.
BUS is a campus social group created in 1971 to open
lines of communication among black women, according
to Annette Hudson, BUS faculty advisor.
AS UN allocated $280 to BUS in 1973, but in 1974 the
Fees Ailocation Board cut that sum to $100, used mostly
to cover office expenses, Hudson said.
In a letter to BUS, the board stated it "felt that a
speaker proaram to increase the awareness of Black Arts
duplicated other efforts planned for next year." Thus ;
plans for a speaker program were dropped, Hudson said.
She said the board lumped together the requests from
all black organizations on campus not realizing that
separate allocations were heeded for each group.
"the board gave each group a lesser amount than it
would have had the board considered each group on Its
own merit," she concluded. .
The board "also appropriated $1,100 to the Minority
Affairs Culture Program for Black Students and $1 ,400 to
the Afro-American Collegiate Society. These two groups
and BUS work together to sponsor Black History Week,
an annual event focusing on black culture, she said.
One important BUS program is Big Sister-Little Sister,
Hudson said. Black freshmen women are paired with
sophomore, Junior or senior class women who help
acquaint the freshmen with university life.
' "It's a great help to the incoming freshmen," she
Another proposed BUS program involves Lincoln's
Malone Community Center at 20th and T Streets.
Hudson said BUS volunteers become Big Sisters to black
girls at the center.
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Hnffman. orominent in
engineering circles of this University, attendee I the
American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engi
neers, at Cleveland, July 9-11. '
"The professor took an active part in steps for a
Model Ventilation Law, he being the chairman of the
committee in charge.
"On the return, several intermediate points were
visited at which inspections of heating and ventilating
plants were maoe.
fivp mpn nathered in Memorial Hall
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tnnnio nm n n i 7,i 1 1 n n Mr. Harrv Ellis. Of
Beaver City, Nebr., was elected president of the
organization. Ellis has won the state tennis champion
ship in doubles for the past two years, playing witn
Davis, now at Harvard University. Orville Chatt was
elected secretary and treasure? for the coming year and
will accept the names of piospective mumpers at the
office of the Daily N&b'aian any afternoon."
" On the campus Thursday the effort of the Innocents
to turn out the crowd was equalled by the Frosh effort
to show true Cornhusker pep. The meeting was primed
and charged by the tolling of the bell on Uni Hall, by
the band Dlavinq outside ana Dy tne spienaiu per&
of the speakers themselves."
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ASUN Appointments
opening exists on the
Council on Student Life (CSL)
Applications will bo taken until 1:00 p.m.. Friday,
Applications may be picked up in the ASUN office,
Room 334 Union
Questions - phone 472-2581
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