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Legs, knees kick for cancer
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When it comes to raising money for charity,
Beta Sigma Psi fraternity appears to have a leg up
on the other Greek houses on campus. The
members of this fraternity are sponsoring a "Miss
Legs" and "Mr. Knobby Knees" contest during
Greek week to raise money for the American
Pictures of nine shapely pairs of legs and of
nine pairs of knobby knees are on display in the
Nebraska Union. Votes are cast for the knees and
legs by donating money to the American Cancer
Society. The money is deposited into canisters
corresponding to the pictures, lhe winners will
be the Dictures that receive the most mnnev
The subjects of the winning photos will be
awarded the titles "Miss Legs" and "Mr. Knobby
Knees," which they will hold for a year. The
titles along with trophies will be presented to
"Miss Legs" and "Mr. Knobby Knees" at the
Greek week dance Friday. Nine fraternities and
nine sororities sent representatives to the contest.
The contest is the idea of Tom Maul, Beta
Sigma Psi. Maul said contests of this nature are
held at Kearney State College. The contest began
Monday morning, and according to Maul not
much money was raised the first day. People
came in mainly to look at the pictures, Maul said.
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Lincoln City Council approves
cable TV sale despite protests
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By Betsie Ammons
The Lincoln City Council voted Monday to
approve the sale of the community antenna
television system (CATV) and transfer of capital
stock of TV Transmission, Inc. to Cable Vision
Investors of Denver, Inc.
The decision was made despite a plea from
members of the Media Access Project to delay
The council agreed to a rate increase from
$4.65 to $6.50, which applies to single
subscribers. There arc approximately 18,000
cable television users in Lincoln. Development of
a public access channel was also approved.
Cable Vision Inc. signed an agreement with
Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph to purchase
i v iransmission, inc., a subsidiary of LT&T
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was set to complete the
John Pokorny of Media Access Project (MAP)
appeared before the council Monday to call for
delay in action until a more thorough
investigation could be made in the financial
matters involved in the sale.
Pokorny accused Cable Vision, Inc. of being a
"tax shelter" for investors, and said they would
be making unjust profits. A representative of the
company said they are a privately owned
corporation and that these remarks were
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Ron Kurtenbach of MAP came to the hearings
a second week to call for "straightforward,
honest" talk among the council members when
deciding the outcome. He reiterated- his
statements of the previous week asking for less
control of public access stations.
Kurtenbach said that on Cable TV coverage of
the City Council's March 3 meeting, he was
censored when spelling out an obscenity.
Councilman Bob Sikyta told Kurtenbach that
if he was paying for the cable TV service in his
home, it was his right to determine whether or
not his children would be hearing obscenities
over the air.
The council voted to set up a CATV advisory
board designed to establish rules and regulatiais
for the use of the public access station.
Kurtenbach said he feared this would prove to
be a censorship board.
Councilman John Robinson told Kurtenbach
that the structure and membership of the
committee would be set up at a later date, and
that many groups would be represented.
Representatives of Cable Vision Inc. and the
council agreed to renegotiation sessions held
every three years. The sessions will deal with
restructuring of programming and discussion on
Volunteers needed with degrees in the following skill areas:
Daily 10 to 9
Sat 10 to 5:30
Sun., 12 to 5
Daily 9:30 to 5:30
Thurs. 9 to 9
Recruiters n campus Uarch. 10-13,1375.
Seniors and grads pick up information packet and sip up for an
interview at the Placement Office.
Anyons interested in Spring or Summer programs must apply during
Wednesday, march 12, 1975
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