The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 29, 1994, Page 3, Image 3

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    Service today for UNL student
From Stall Reports
A memorial service for a Univer
sity of Ncbraska-Lincoln student who
was killed over spring break will be
held today.
Matthias Uibel, a 26-year-old for
eign exchange student from Germany,
was killed March 18 in an automobile
accident in Utah.
His memorial service will be at
6:30 p.m. at the UNL Lutheran Stu
dent Center chapel at 535 N. 16th St.
Peter Levitov, associate dean of
international affairs at UNL, said he
was told by police officials in Utah
that the accident occurred near
Panguitch, Utah, about 15 miles from
Bryce Canyon.
Uibel was reported to be driving a
car in which 21-year-old Roland
Ristig, another German exchange stu
dent, was a passenger.
At about 1:30 p.m. on March 18,
U ibcl’s car crossed the center 1 inc and
was struck almost head-on by another
Uibel was killed in the accident,
but Ristig was not severely injured
and has returned to Lincoln.
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eluded: striking the section entirely,
changing the amount of days before a
new execution date was set and substi
tuting the speaker of the legislature
for the role proposed for the secretary
of state.
The amendments were just as ri
diculous, Chambers said, as the origi
nal proposals.
Throughout much ofdiscussion on
Chambers’ amendments, the number
of senators on the floor dwindled to
around ten. When Chambers re
quested a call of the house, the door
flooded wi th senators. After they voted,
the chambers soon drained of law
makers, again.
Sen. Ka te W itek of Om ah a emerged
as Chambers’ main adversary during
the debate.
Throughout discussion, Chambers
used all the time he was allotted to
speak. When other senators finished
speaking, they often yielded their time
to Chambers. Chambers would sit
down with the expiration of his time,
but would spring back up with an
other request for time or a yielding
from another senator.
Witek eventually addressed sena
tors’ constant yielding to Chambers.
She said it annoyed her because it
1 imiled any possibility of a vote on the
“Maybe ifsenators would quit yield
ing time to Sen. Chambers, we’ll get
to do that,” she said.
On one instance, Sen. Dwite
Pedersen ofElkhom spoke out against
the turn the debate had taken.
“What a shame,” he said. “With
what we’re doing here with this bill,
we’re going to end up with nothing.”
Yet with the end of his talk, he
yielded lime to Chambers.
Though the bill and amendments
passed. Chambers said he would de
lay debate again when the bill came up
in its next two rounds.
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