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Many rally participants were prepared for peace
and the unpredictability of Nebraska weather.
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More fans than protestors
The only violence on the University
of Nebraska campus Saturday occurred in
Memorial Stadium during the Cornhuskers
spring intra-squad football game.
Authorities had feared there might be
violence at the peace rally, held on the
playing field behind the Women's Physical
Education Buliding, and hundreds of law
enforcement officers were on alert in case
of disorder. However, the anti-war rally
was completely peaceful.
As can be expected in conservative
Nebraska, the football game had a larger
turnout than the peace rally. An estimated
crowd of 13,000 watched the . Reds defeat
the Whites on a muddy Memorial Stadium
field, while 4,000-6,000 people listened to
speakers and music on the grass-covered
Women's P.E. field.
Some anti.-war demonstrators silently
passed out literature outside Memorial
Stadium urging the football fans to attend
the peace rally four blocks away. The
fans, more intent on watching Jerry Tagge
and Van Brownson throw passes, generally
ignored the demonstrators.
However, many of the fans walked oyer
to the peace rally during halftime or after
the game. Many people walking along Vine
Street were asking each other as they
passed what was happening at the game
or the peace rally.
University Regent Edward
Schwartzkopf, an NU football star in the
1940's, attended the first half of the spring
game and then joined the peace rally.
Yearbook to be
ready May 18
Distribution of the 1970
Cornhusker double book will
begin May 18 and continue until
May 23, according to Kathy
Meyerle, Cornhusker Business
Students who have purchased
a Cornhusker must present
their receipt at the Union dur
ing the distribution period to
receive their book.
Anyone who has not
purchased a book may do so at
the Cornhusker office (Room
51, Union) for $8.50.
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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1970
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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