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Thursday, November 8, 1D34
The Job Search Support Groun
will meet today at 5:30 p.m. in the
YWCA Stuart Koom. The meeting
will deal with the frustrations of
searching for a Job.
The public Is invited to attend.
For more information call Kit
Roesch at 471-7716.
John Skrocky bf Omaha North
west High School will speak on
physics recruiting and the for
gotten fundamentals of an educa
tion crisis at 4:30 p.m. today in
Brace Physics Laboratory 201.
Fresh Thanksgiving turkeys are
being sold by the Animal Science
Graduate Student Association at
$1.15 per pound. Turkeys can be
picked up Nov. 20 and 21 at
Mussehl Hall on East Campus.
Orders are being taken until
Friday and can be made by calling
472-6438 or 472-6429.
A conference on highway safety
will be today from 9:30 am. to
3:30 p.m. at the Nebraska Depart
ment of Roads auditorium.
The conference, "Nebraska Wo
men for Highway Safety," is
designed to acquaint community
and state leaders with highway
1 Students participate
in RHA foodfast
More than 570 residence halJ
students at UNL participated in
Residence Hall Week '84 Food
fast, raising an estimated $200
for the Lincoln chapter of the
Special Olympics. The residents
signed up not to eat their evening
meal on Saturday, Nov. 10, at
their hall food services; the money
saved will go to the Special Olym
pics fund. Foodfast is the last
event of Residence Hall Week '84
(Nov. 4 through 10) Saturday on
Residence Hall Week, seven days
of educational, charitable and
social activities is designed to
promote pride and unity in resi
dence hall living. Kevin Kissinger,
chairman of the event, said, The
578 hall residents that signed up
for this year's Foodfast demon
strate the pride of the residence
halls here at UNL." Residence
Hall Week is financed and created
by the UNL Residence Hall Asso
ciation. For further information,
can the RHA Office at 472-1095.
safety programs in the ttate and
the nation. There Is a fee to
Four UNL scholars will discuss
the 1984 election today at 10:30
am. in the Nebraska Union.
The scholars, who will present
their views on the election, In
clude Jack Kay, assistant pro
fessor of speech communication;
Roger Riefier, chairman of the
department of economics; William
Avery and Robert Sittig, both
political science professors.
The presentation is being spon
sored by the University Program
Council's Talk3 and Topics Committee.
A workshop on how to study
science will be given today and
Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Selleck
Quadrangle Multl Purpose Room.
To register or for more Informa
tion call Judy Kawamoto at 472-1481.
The culmination of the "1093"
contests will be in a forum to
discus. and evaluate the entries
today at 7:30 p.m. in the Nebraska
A presentation on "Montcssori
as an Elementary Education Alter
native" will be given by Frank
Vincent in the YWCA's Georgian
Room from 7 to 9 p.m.
Issues addressed will Include a
basic overview of Montessori
philosophy and how the approach
differs from traditional elemen
Call Lynette Kohles at 483-1 561
for more information.
A discussion on sexism and
racism will be today at 3:45 p.m.
at Randolph School, 37th and D
streets. A panel discussion will be
Students from colleges and uni
versities throughout the state will
participate in the 1C34 Career
Discovery' Day today Ln the Ne
More than 40 employees will
participate in the event and
seminars on obtaining a job will
be held throughout the day.
Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and
Explorers will hit the streets
Saturday In a 10-day popcorn
The scouts are taking order for
a 3-pound red and white plastic
bucket of unpoped popcorn im
printed with a Big Red "NT and a
drawing of Herbie Husker.
Proceeds from the sales will go
directly to the individual packs,
troops and posts.
Anyone interested in buying
popcorn, but not contacted,
should call 466-2337.
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