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Monday, March 25, 1968
The Daily Nebraskan
AWS congress ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: Thig is
the third in a four part ser
ies of AWS Congressional can
didate'! opinions. Wednesdays
article will Include the- opin
ions of candidates for East
Campus, Selleck Quadrangle
and Lincoln women.
Most of the AWS Congres
sional candidates from San
doz and Smith Halls and all
nine Pound Hall candidate fa
vor sophomore key legist
tion. Besides the key issue,
these candidates base their
platforms on whether the jur
isdiction of AWS should be
On March 27, each of the
three dormitories will elect
three AWS congressmen.
Sheryl Bresley said that
definite legislation toward
passing sophomore keys
should begin this spring.
"Many sophomores are 20 and
responsible enough to know
when to come in," she stated
Speaking of the possibility of
expanding AWS jurisdiction,
Miss Bresley said, "I think
that AWS should not step into
areas that could better be
handled by IDA."
Monica Pokorny expressed
her approval of sophomore
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keys as she said, "If you are
at the University your parents
trust you. I don't think the
University has any right to
try to legislate morals."
Miss Pokorny feels that
AWS should not expand into
areas that could be handled
by ASUN, but "if a coed real
ly wants to work through aws
for expanded goals she should
be able to."
Dee Rauert remarked. "I
am definitely for sophomore
keys, because sophomores
could use them for activities
such as foreign films."
She qualified her opinion,
however, by saying that soph
omore keys "need a lot of
"AWS should be working in
the realm it is now rules
should be explicitly laid out."
Virginia Ailes also feels
that 'sophomores should be
extended key privileges. She
mentioned that "perhaps a
criteria of grade average'
should be required for a soph
omore to use a key.
"Keys for sophomores pro
bably won't be legislated un
til second semester next year
more consideration is
needed," she said.
"Lose governing power"
Miss Ailes felt that expand
ing AWS jurisdiction migni
"lose the governing power
that AWS does have."
Corliss Coulthard said that
because "most college girls
are old enough to decide how
to run their lives, they are
old enough to handle a key.
"Probably we will have to
wait until next fall for legisla
tion," she said, "but key
should be checked into this
Betty Loers also favors
sophomore keys. "If the key
system should prove too cum
bersome, a pilot program
adopting a new system should
be devised," she noted.
Do more for women
DeAnn Erks believes that
AWS has "been a very ef
fective organization and
should be expanded to do
more for the women of this
Miss Erks also said that
coeds want sophomore keys,
and if elected she would work
toward sophomore key legis
Sandv Wegener said, "Soph
omore kevs definitely. It
won't be possible to legislate
sophomore keys before n e x
vear. however, because set
ting up the new AWS struc
ture will take time."
Revise hours schedule
Kathv Meyede said, "An in
vestigation into key and card
systems on other campuses
should be conducted before
any legislation is passed."
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"Rather than extending
keys to sophomores, I believe
a revised hours schedule, es
pecially on week days, would
be more feasible," she said.
Should wait for privilege
The four Sandoz candidates
took differing views on soph
omore keys. Jana Miller said
she was not in favor of soph
omore keys. She feared a lack
of co-operation with parents
"Keys are a privilege that
everybody should have to wait
for," Miss Miller contended.
Kathy Armstronf feels that
sophomores "are responsible
enough for a system of ex
tended hours other systems
besides keys should be re
viewed," she said.
Marcia Hoffman expressed
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