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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1975)
thursday, September 18, 1975
Big 8 convention
A proposed summer meeting of Big 8 conference
regents did not occur, but officials from the NU Board
of Regents who proposed and worked on the idea say
there still is interest in such a get-together.
"Each of the states we contacted was in the middle of
their budget discussions during the time the meeting was
scheduled," said Robert Prokop, NU regent from Minden.
"But most of those people who said they couldn't come
did indicate that they thought the idea had merit," accord
ing to William Swan son, the regents' corporation secretary.
Swanson said the meeting was scheduled for "some
time in June," and would have been conducted "like any
other regional conference or convention."
Jhe regents were to discuss problems that are similar
among the schools, according to Swanson.
Prokop said the meeting was to be at the Nebraska
Center for Continuing Education, 33rd and Holdrege
Streets 1 -
"I put the initial thrust through to contact the board
chairmen," Prokop said. "Then the planning was turned
over to the board's corporate secretaries."
Attending regents would have been "going dutch,"
Prokop said, by paying their own expenses at the confer
ence. Swanson said that arrangements to have the meeting will
be started again within the next month.
"There were a lot of problems with holding the meeting
in June," Swanson said. "I can't remember them alh
There were things like vacations and other business."
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Khigh Alx'Dheigh, Director of the I Ching Institute in
Los Angeles, will give a free lecture in the Nebraska Union
Ballroom today at 3:30 p.m. His speech, "Acupuncture and
Aspects of I Ching," is part of the Nebraska Union Program
Council Symposium on the Wisdom of the East.
During Ms address, Dr. Dheigh will discuss two of the
ancient teachings from the Chinese, relating the origins,
theory, history and evolution of acupuncture and I Ching
to Taoi'st techniques for prolongevity.
Dheigh is a psychologist, writer and actor who has
appeared in the film, The Manchurian Candidate, and as Wo
Fat in television's "Hawaii Five-O."
Dheigh also will meet in' informal sessions for the public
at 1 p Jm. in the Lutheran Student Centex, 535 N. 16th, and
at 7:30 p.m. in the Centennial College Commons Room,
Neihardt Residence Center, 540 N. 16th St.
RHA meets in Sfeaton
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Khigh AIx Dheigh
The Residence Hall
Association will meet today
at 6:30 p.m. in the base
ment conference room in
II. NUPIRG, Don Wesley and
I I I . Union programming,
IV. Foreign Film Series, handout
V. Women's Resource Center
VI. RHA retreat
A. Refrigerator Rentals
Finish the course mark noiri!
iwll he recorded early in
At the spring meeting and in the syllabus materials, the instructors indicated the method (papers,
conferencesmeetings, or examinations) by which your work will be evaluated.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS - CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR
GROUP A - THE WORK FOR THESE COURSES
SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY NOW IF NOT,
CONTACT THE TEACHER AT ONCE.
Am Studies 398c COUNTRY AND BG MUSIC, James Suter, 471-2337
Econ 303c INTRO. TO MONEY, E. Hauswald, 200 CBA, 2334
Econ 388c COMP. ECON. SYSTEMS, Jerry Petr, 350 CBA, 3003
Engl 218c LIT. AND THE IMAGE OF MAN, S. Milliard, 202 Andrews, 3191
Engl 230Ac SHAKESPEARE, C. Stubblefield, 211 Andrews, 3191
Hist 102c WEST. TRAD. IN CRISIS, L. Baack, 637 OldH, 3257
Math 201c801c GEOM. ELEM. TEACHERS, Max Larsen, 1223 OldH, 2891
GROUP B - THESE COURSES WILL FINISH
WITH A STUDENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE.
SIGN UP FOR YOUR CONFERENCE AT THE
TEACHER'S OFFICE RIGHT AWAY.
Arch 398c (820) DESIGN METHODOLOGIES, Ted Ertl, 217 Arch, 3592
Engl 200Ac (8 10) NOVEL & SHORT STORY, J. Roberts, 219 Andrews, 3191
Enal 200Ac (820) NOVEL & SHORT STORY. G. Wolf. Rm 1101, 540 N.
16th, 2048 .
Engl 205Bc (810) NOVEL 1900 TO PRESENT. N. Hostetler, 319 Andrews,
Engl 205Bc (820) NOVEL 1900 TO PRESENT, J. Fischer, 338D Andrews,
Engl 250Bc (830) NOVEL 1900 TO PRESENT, D. Gregory, 140 Andrews,
Engl 234Ac EUR. AUTH. TO DANTE, F. Blaha, 327 Andrews, 3191
Engl 234Bc (810) EUR. AUTH. SINCE DANTE, D. Zimmerman, 336B
Andrews, 3191 v
Engl 234Bc (820) EUR. AUTH. SINCE DANTE, F. Blaha, 327 Andrews,
Eng 244c AFRO.-AM. LIT., James Roberts, 2 19 Andrews, 3191
F&N 399c FOOD IN HISTORY, C. Kies, 2 1 7 Home Ec, 37 16
F&N 451c851c HIST. PERSP. IN NUTR..C. Kies, 217 Home Ec, 3716
FS&T 101c HUMAN FOOD RES., T. Hartung, 103 Ag Hall, 2201
Geog 374c SOVIET LANDS AND PEOPLE, R. Lonsdale, 307 Avery, 2865
Journ 498c (810) INT'L SYS. BROADCASTING, P. Mayeux, 254 Avery,
3046 . '
Journ 498c (820) REL. BROADCASTING, E. Bailey, 256 Avery, 3641
Pharm & Tox 627c INTRO TOXICOLOGY, C. Ryan, 214 Lyman, 2760
Pharm & Tox 666c SEL. READ. PHARM., T. Holcslaw, 1 10 Lyman, 3822
Fharra & Tox 676c DRUG INTERACTION, R. Piepho, UNMC
philos 206c PHILOS. OF FEMINISM, S.' Hoaglaad, 1041 OldH. 2429
Philos 265c PHILOS. OF RELIGION, D. Erlandson, 1003 OldH, 2428
Philos 398c (810) CHILD. LOGIC, E. Carpenter, 1040 OldH, 2429
philos 398c (820) PIAGET, E. Carpenter, 1 040 OldH, 2429
Philos 39Sc (830) CONCEPT OF FEMINITY, S. Hoagland
PER 496c lllERAPEUTIC REC, N. Griffin, 125 WFE, 3882
Physics 198c PHILOS. OF PHYSICS, E. Zimmerman, 257 Behlen, 2774
GROUP C - GROUP MEETINGS ANDOR
EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED FOR THESE
Art 486c PROCESS OF ART, Patrick Rowan, 105 A Richards, 3352
Fri, Sept 12, 3:30 p.m., Richards 105A
Fri, Oct 3, 3:30 p. m., Richards 105 A
Classics 1 80c CLASSICAL MYTH., T. Rinkevich, 235 Andrews. 2460
Wed, Sept 24, 3:30 p.m., Andrews 25
Thurs, Sept 25, 3:30 pjn., Andrews 29
Econ 307c PRIN OF INSURANCE, G. Rejda, 345 CBA, 2329
Tues, Sept 30, 3:30 p.m., CBA 1 10
Thurs, Oct 7, 3:30 p.m., CBA 1 10
Engl 262c INTRO. LATE AM. LIT., M. Marcus, 306 Andrews, 3191
Wed, Sept 17, 4:30 p.m., Andrews 1 15
Wed, Sept 24, 4:30 p.m., Andrews 1 15
Engl 405Gc AM. NOVELTHRU DREISER, R. Bergstrom, 225 Andre wa,3 191
Thurs, Sept 18, 3:30 p.m., Andrews 29
Thurs, Sent 25, 3:30 p.m., Andrews 29
Forestry 241c TREE RESOURCES, W. Bagley, 209 Miller, 2854 ,
Thurs, Sept 25, 3:00 p.m., Ag Comm 203
Fri, Sept 26, 3:00 p.m., Ag Comm 203
Mod Lang 398c HESSE NOVELS IN TRANSL, M. Cory, 1 103 OldH, 3745
Mon, Sept 15, 3:30 p.m., OldH 1138
Exam: Mon, Sept 29, 3:30 p.m., OldH 1138
Pol Sci 398c POLITICAL VIOLENCE. W. Avery, 514 6ldH. 3214
Wed, Sept 17, 3:30 pan., OldH 538
Fri, Sept 19, 3:30 pjn., OldH 538
Psych 287c PSYCH. OF PERSONALITY, R. Dienstbler, 210 Burnett, 3271
Tues, Sept 16, 3:30 p.m., Burnett 227
Tues, Sept 30, 3:00 pjn., Burnett 227
Psych 288c PSYCH. OF SOC. BEHAVIOR, J. Berman, 204B Burnett, 3271
Tues, Sept 16, 5:00 p.m., Burnett 226
Tues, Sept 23, 5:00 pjn., Burnett 226
Tues, Sept 30. 5:00 pjn.. Bumett 226
Tues, Oct 7, 5:00 pjn., Burnett 226
SlflnCw?o & RACE REL, J. Siegman. 740 OldH, 3072
Mon, Sept 29, 3:00 pjn., Burnett 224
lues. Sept 30, 3:00 pjn., Burnett 224
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