The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 25, 1974, Page page 5, Image 5

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Warner Lelnfellner of
the UNL Department of
Philosophy will speak on
"Philosophical Founda
tions of Chemistry" today
at 3:30 p.m. in Hamilton
110. Refreshments will be
served at 3 p.m. in
Hamilton 801, and stu
dents, faculty, and guests
are welcome. .
"Kung Fu", a Chinese
movie sponsored by the
Chinese Student Assoc.,
will be presented in the
Nebraska Union small
auditorium Saturday at 8
p.m. The film is open to
the public and admission
is 25 cents for members
and one dollar for
"Kwaiden", a Japanese
Horror Fantasy Film, will
be screened today and
Saturday at 3, 7, and 9
p.m. at Sheldon Art
Block and Bridle w
present "Little Ak-Sar-Ben",
a livestock show
manshiD contest for UNL
students, at 7 D.m. today
at the judgiHgatfflldhY6r
the horse barn on basi
The Lincoln and UNL
Gav Action Group Is
sponsoring a specia
Halloween Costume Cof
feehouse Sunday from 9
to 12 p.m. at 333 No. 14th
St. Everyone is urged to
wear a costume and
admission is one dollar.
Witches and ghosts
take over the Mueller
Planetarium for five days,
beginning Sunday. The
night sky has provided
mankind with many
legends and thoughts of
mysterious creatures.
This half-hour planetarium
program gives the audi
ence a chance to laugh at
these "monsters" and
ends with a fierce
rainstorm. The program
will be presented at 2,
2:40, 3:20 and 4 p.m.
Sunday and at 3:45 p.m.
next Monday through
Jji aim jar iMl
12 p.m. Caiifornlans for
Nebraska, Luncheon - Nebraska
12:30 p.m. Muslim Student
Assoc. - Union
12:30 p.m. Inter Varsity
Christian Fellowship - Union
12:30 p.m. The Way,
Campus Outreach - Union
1:30 p.m. American
Pharmaceutical Assoc. Union
1:30 p.m. Educational
Psychology - Union
3, 7, and 0 p.m. ' Kwaiden"
- Sheldon
3.30 p.m. Chemistry Dept.
Seminar - Hamilton 110
3:30 p.m. Jazz and Java -Union
8:30 p.m. Delta Upsiion
Car Cash - Union
7 and 10 p.m. Acadia and
Kappa Kappa Gamma Melo
drama - Gaslight Bar
7:30 p.m. Inter Varsity
Christian Fellowship - Union
8 p.m. Cleveland Quartet -Kimball
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Ely Meyerson, UNL dean of
administration and an adviser to FAB
iasi spring, said Mis information was
that the appeals decision was made,
but it may not have been adequately
communicated to the Student Bar
Meyerson said the SBA request for
funds was made on March 11 and the
FAB notified student groups of its
decisions in an April 10 letter.
Glaser said that since "it looks like
we're too late for an appeal," the
committee will try to receive funding
from a $1 5,000 FAB fund intended for
new student programs this fail or,
possibly, for those rejected last
spring. -
"We will have to start from the
ground up since we'd have to present
our case all over and receive (FAB)
approval, which was denied us
previously," Glaser said. "Sometimes
you wonder if it's worth it."
"We're concerned that this never
happen again," he said. "Not just for
ourselves, but for. everybody else."
Glaser said the Minority Recruit
ment Committee was formed last
year to provide registration and back
ground information on the UNL Law
School to minority students at state
colleges, graduate schools and a few
Nebraska high schools.
He said the committee received
$500 from ASUN last fali.
The Affirmative Action Reverse
Discrimination minority symposium
was allotted $100, and the remainder
went toward minority recruitment.
Glaser said the remainder of the
funding last year came from the
American Bar Association as $500 in
,matchina funds, He said the ABA has
indicated there will be no matching
funds available this year.
The committee also visits with
minority groups on the UNL campus
and visits other Nebraska colleges.
Glaser said the SBA group visited
Chadron State College, Scottsbluff
Junior College and several Omaha
high schools last year.
The committee is planning to mail
500 information packets to students,
despite the shortage of funds,
according to Glaser.
The group's plans to visit
Washburn University in Topeka,
Kan., may be cancelled because of a
lack of money, Glaser said. The
committee has $70 now in its treasury
and has received a $100 loan from the
SBA that may help make the
Washburn trip possible, he said.
Glaser said the committee's plans
are uncertain,
"We are just kind of stranded here
in Lincoln without funds now. Unless
we get money from someplace, we
won't be doing much this year."
, The committee was formed in 1972
by UNL law professors John
Snowden, Dave Ludke and Al Frank,
who mailed information packets at
their-own expense to minority
SBA president Waid first involved
law students in the program last year.
Six law college students and two law
professors are now members of the
committee. -
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