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mcnday, novernbsr 10, 1975
Salaries report postponed
Tuesday's Faculty Senate meeting at the
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education
"doesn't look very exciting, according to
Senate President Franklin Eldridge, be
cause a scheduled report from the Uni
versity of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO)
UNL Equity Study Committee will not be
The report on salary comparisons of
UNO and UNL faculty members and a
comparison of support for academic pro
grams on the two campuses was to have
been presented by Steven Sample, NU vice
president for academic affairs.
Instead, Sample will be at a New York
meeting to discuss accreditation for the
School of Social Work, according to a
spokeswoman in his office.
Equity Committee Cochairman Willinn
Erskine, NU vice president for business and
finance, also will be unable to attend the
meeting, Eldridge said.
The senate will hear a report at the 3:30
pjn. meeting from the Professional Con
duct Committee, according to Eldridge.
The report "relates back to the question
raised on professors not showing up for
class,' Eldridge said.
The Academic Freedom and Tenure
Committee will make recommendations for
a new tenure policy, Eldridge said. The
tenure recommendations were given to
Sample last Thursday for his report to the
'NU Board of Regents Friday, according to
10:30 a.m .-Business Educa
tion 120 Nebraska Union Audi
torium. Noon Dean Egbert-luncheon
Union Pewter Room.
3 pjn. Free University
Study of DrugsUnion 337.
5:30 pjn. Town Clisb pledges-Union
6 pjn.- -Towna Club Union
6:30 pn.-Tau Kappa Ep
silon Union Auditorium.
6:30 pjn.-Kappa Kitten
7 pjn.-Career Planning and
Placement Union 242.
7 pjn .-Table Tennis Club
-Union Conference Room.
7 pjn. Delta Sigma Pi Associates-Union
7 pjn. Minority Affairs -tutoring
7 pjn. English Dept. -Alicorn-Union
7:30 p.m.-Math Counsel
7:30 pjn .-College Career
Fellow ship Union Ballroom.
7:30 pjn.-Dclta Sigrna Pi
9 pjn.-Kappa Alpha Pi
9:15 pn. - Kappa Psi -Union
7 pjn.-ASUN interviews -summer
7 pjn. Human Develop
ment and Family Club C.Y.
Thompson Library Lounge.
7:30 pjn.-Ag Economics
Agribusiness Club meeting-Ag
7:30 pjn.-University British
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THURSDAY, NOV. 20
a KIMBALL HALL
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TICKETS: $2 UNL STUDENT. $3 GEN. ADM.
... . UNION-SOUTH DESK WESTBROOK 113
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An accident involving two cars and a motorcycle Friday afternoon
at 14th and R streets resulted in minor injuries to two UNL
Mishap involves students
A two-car motorcycle accident at about 12:20 Friday afternoon at 14th and R
streets resulted in minor injuries to two UNL students.
Treated at the University Health Center for scrapes, bruises and a possible
fractured wrist was the motorcycle's driver, William Pfeffer of 1835 Sumner.
Witnesses reported that Pfeffer tried passing to the right of a stopped car driven
Engh began turning right into a parking lot west of the Nebraska Union ana
collided with Pfeffer. .
Pfeffer motorcycle was forced into a car, driven by Scott Roby of 2525
Sumner, that was stopped in the parking lot entrance. Pfeffer was thrown over
Roby's car. .
Engh was treated at the health center for a cut above ha left eye after
Pfeffer reportedly punched him after the accident.
Sheldon Art Gallery
12 & R
films by the Pacific
Street Film Collective
"I cannot submit to in
justices, even minor
ones. Once one starts
submitting tc minor in
justices and rationaliz
ing them away, their
accumulation creates a
major oppression. That
is how entire peoples
fell into slavery."
INCITING TO RIOT
documents the rise. ..and
fall... of a radical anar
chist group at a major
Sheepishness and pa
tient outrage are the
two faces of the law in
RED SQUAD, a funny
and withering look-at
the surveillance activi
ties of the New York
City Police Department
Special Services Division
and the FBI's New York
Wednesday & Thursday, November 12 & 13 only!
I Screenings begin at 7 djti. Admission $150
m - av
NieMe Draws & 2-fcrs
Mon. - Thura. 6:30 - 8:15
The Grove 340 W. eornhusker
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