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Marilyn Hoegemeyer, And Four significant things happened at the AWS meeting Thursday. The AWS Board was shown that there is sentiment against the existing rules set up and enforced by AWS. The discontented group was finally granted an audi ence to express their views which are supposed to be given to AWS representatives, a plan which has not been successful in the past. THE GROUP WAS ASSURED that a definite deci sion on senior keys would be made in February. The AWS Board constitution will now be reprinted and distributed through the AWS representatives to each living unit. There were several contradictory statements made by the AWS Board. At one point they noted that they had to be assured that a majority of the women on campus really desired the proposed changes. And on the other hand' they admitted that the final decisions were not made on the basis of popular vote but on the basis of "good reasons." BECAUSE THE DECISION does rest on the reason ing of the proposed changes, the burden of proof rests necessarily with those trying to implement a change. This is not an easy procedure especially when the basis for the present rules are never questioned simply accepted. Because of the communication problems that have oc curred between the elected AWS Board and the University coeds it is obvious that changes need be made in "getting to" the group which controls the going and coming of every on-campus woman. the constitution is being revised. The revision should include, first, a change in the nomination procedure for the Board. NOMINATIONS SHOULD certainly be made by the outgoing board as they are now but nominations should also be accepted from the university women as a whole. Second, a definite procedure should be implemented, either through the living unit's AWS representative, or through a portion of the Board's membership so that complaints, suggestions, proposals can be heard and giv en immediate consideration. Thursday a group of coeds presented their suggestions for AWS rule changes. We hope their proposals will be giv en immediate consideration. A step in closing the com munication gap between AWS and University coeds was taken and will have been worthwhile if the AWS Board is responsive to the requests. We wait for their deliberations and their decisions. MARILYN HOEGEMEYER Sty 13tlj f Sm Christmas is standing on a chair to watch your father climb a ladder and put a star on the very top of an enormous tall Christmas tree. Christmas is staying awake until you hear one parent say, "Well, I think she's asleep now, so we can start putting the stuff under the tree," and you know your horrible, mean, big brother was right when he was mad because he had to carry you across a mud puddle on your way to kindergarten and he said there wasn't any Santa Claus. Christmas is crying when you open the big package from your uncle and it turned out to be a new dollhouse, because you're tired with the excitement and you can't explain to the indignant grown-ups that you already have an old dollhouse that you love and you've made your own curtains and rugs for and anyway, you'd thought that huge package was the croquet set you'd wanted so desperately. Christmas is making presents for your mother at school and being utterly devastated when she visits your class one day when you've just started to wrap them. Christmas is getting out the box of decorations and greeting old friends: the slightly-cracked Santa, the bubble lights, the glass balls that diminish in number from year to year but the odd painted one never will break, and also the wax nativity scene that you bought yourself. Christmas is going to see Santa and feeling slightly superior to all the little kids who don't know. Christmas is walking home through the moonlight on the icy sidewalk after you've been the angel in the church program in a pretty long dress made out of an old formal of your mother's, and you didn't miss a single line, and everybody got candy and an apple afterwards. Christmas is conspiring with others in the family to either find out what someone wants or try to scrape up enough cash for a really nice gift after you've been saving half your allowance every week since September. Christmas is going to the big family dinner and after wards playing checkers with your younger cousin, who is the only person you can beat. Christmas is still being able to feel a twinge of glow, perhaps at just-dark when you're walking alone through the needling cold and you hear a distant bell or a whisper of a carol, and the glow's there although the magic is long since drowned in cloying commercialism and acquired sophistications that you never knew possible when you used to curl up and press your nose against the window to watch the Christmas lights come on up and down the street. m. m. STUDENT SUMMER JOBS in GERMANY offered by LUFTHANSA German Airlines and in cooperation with the German Government Labor Office. Students, both male and female, may work on farms, industry, construction or in hotels, restaurants, hospitals or homes for children or the aged. No fee is charged by LUFTHANSA for assisting student! in securing summer jobs in Germany. For further information and the official folder and ap plication form, please write: LUFTHANSA GERMAN A I R t. I Lufthansa German Airlines, 814 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minnesota APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED AND MAILED AT ONCE. Contact Nebraska Vuiim Program Office for further information editor j R fa. jjt tmKmm e s Campus Opinion m Dear Editor: As students who observed the Faculty Senate meeting of December 14, we would like to express our feelings concerning their method of handling the suggestion pre sented them by the ASUN. Judging from the chuckles from the faculty members s What Protection? Dear Editor: As a naive Freshman I was sweetly told that AWS rules are "for the protection of o u r girls." Protection against what was left to my imagination. Frankly I consider my self a responsible adult who by some freak of nature possesses the good sense to come in at night. Do the people who make AWS rules actually thing I am stupid enough to walk the streets at 3 a.m.? By that time I shall be in bed (alone!). A second popular argue ment for AWS hours is that without them we girls would probably neglect our studies and flunk out of school. Any one who would abuse hours to that extend is not mature enough to accept the respon sibilities of college and prob ably will flunk out anyway. My only high school cur few was to "be in at what I considered a sensible hour." I am insulted that someone who has never even met me automatically considers me too immature to make that same decision now. AWS hours are unreason able, unrealistic and insult ing. It's time the people who make these rules wake up to the fact that they are dealing with adults. Adults -Si w f r ft . byV College men (and women) prefer the look of Farah slacks . . . neat, wrinkle-free. And they wear so much better. mm m m. m, mm mm, wW. SLACKS, WALK SHORTS, JEANS with E Faculty MM as the motion was tabled one would come to believe that this was not a very im portant issue. Thirty-five members of the Student Senate, how ever, spent much time dis cussing this issue which they felt was important. Few Student Senate mem- who are not here to spend money and have a good time but to get an educa tion. Adults who are mature enough to decide for them selves how long to study for an hour exam, where to go on a date, and what is the proper time to come in. Irate Coed Daily Nebraskan Member Associated Collegiate Press, National Advertising Service, Incorporated. Pub lished at Room 51, Nebraska Union, Lincoln, Nebraska. TELEPHONE: 477-8711, Ex tensions 2588, 2589 and 2590. Subscription rates are $4 per irmri- ter or $fi lor the aradrmlc year. Entered an second class matter at the post office in Lincoln, Nebraska, under the act ol August 4, 112. The Dally Nebraskan Is published Monday. Wednesday. 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Don't Miss Our GALA PARTY NEW YEAR'S EVE Wmmm MateflyL. n '". f ' '. m 2P mm bers would have been af fected by this motion but they were acting in good faith for the welfare of the University students. "Why should some m e m bers of the faculty be so completely unconcerned as to table the action based on the suggestion that was pre sented to them? The fact that the motion was tabled shows their lack of consideration. If the faculty considered this an "irresponsible" suggestion, why didn't they stand be hind their decision and de feat the motion? It is time the faculty rec ognize that the Student Senate is seriously con cerned with the University as a whole and not just its 35 members! 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