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Mid -October finds Homecoming events occuring at the
University of Nebraska, both up at UNO and here at UNL. On
Friday, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. UNO will feature George Carlin, the
comedian who made Hal Sleet, the hippie-dippie weatherman
famous with such lines as "Hey man que pasa?"
Appearing with Carlin will be two rock groups, the Joy of
Cooking and Sons of Champlin. The show will be at the Civic
Auditorium Music Hall with tickets costing $2.50 at the door.
HOMECOMING activities for the Lincoln campus will be a
week later on Friday, Oct. 15, at 8:30 p.m. in the Coliseum.
Featuring singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb and heavy, tough
bluesoriented Crow, tickets will sell for $3 in advance and for
$3.50 at the door.
Webb has penned such songs as "Up, Up and Away," "By the
Time I Get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman" and MacArthur
Park," and has recorded an album--WW.r and Music.
Their first hit, "Evil Woman," is now disowned by Crow.
"Don't listen to our first album. It's terrible. We're into
something much better now," says Dick Wiegand, Crow's lead
guitarist, refering to their second album, Crow by Crow.
The University of Nebraska Howell Memorial Theatre will be
opening their season this year with The Balcony by Jean Genet
and directed by Dr. William Morgan on Oct. 29 and running
through Nov. 6 (except on Sunday).
THE PLAY TAKES place in a brothel, where diverse and
unusual clientsstruggling with their inability to control their
destiniessubstitute images and illusions for the elusive realities
of the modern world.
Curtain time is 8 p.m. with tickets costing $2 for general
admission and $1 .50 for students on Monday through Thursdays,
and $2.50 for general admission and $2 for students on Fridays
and Saturdays. Tickets for the The Balcony will go on sale on
Monday, Oct. 1 1 , at the theatre box office.
The rest of the season for Howell theatre will be Child's Play
by Robert Marasco and directed by Dr. Hal Floyd, performing
March 10 through March 18, and The Tempest by William
Shakespeare and directed by Dr. William Morgan, performing May
5 through May 18.
IN ADDITION Howell Theatre will sponsor an enchanting
fantasy for the entire family, A Touch of Magic, written and
directed by NU Graduate student, Royal Eckert, for the Holiday
Season-running Dec. 15 through Dec. 18.
Howell Theatre uses NU students as actors and technicians for
their plays and functions primarily for the University population.
It would be nice if said population would realize this, and
patronize "their" theatre more.
FANNY is no longer appearing on Friday, Oct. 8, INSTEAD
the concert has been changed to Saturday, Oct. 9. Otherwise, all
the other facts are still the same: Nebraska Union8:30 p.m.
$1 a person sponsored by Union Concerts Committee. Go to it!
The following copy was left off the Indian Hills Theater ad
of Wednesday October 6. Movies and their showing dates
are as follows:
2001 a space odyssey-Starts Friday October 8th
Ryan's Daughter-Starts Friday October 1 5th
Gone with the Wind-Starts Friday October 22nd
Doctor Zhivago-Starts Friday October 29th
INDIAN HILLS THEATER 86th and West Dodge-Omaha
Want A Change This Week-end??
Make A SPECIAL Occasion Out of Any Occasion
Vinesse Pink And
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Hard Cider Void,
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New Nikon f- Camera Auto f 1 .5 55
m.m. Lens. Contact WRH 4215.
1970 Kowasaki 250. Good
Telex 814 100 Watt Amp, with 8
track player recorder, AM-FM
Radio. Two Realittic
Electrostate 2a Speakers. Will
tell together or leperately.
Reasonably priced. 475-2704.
University P.E.O. group. Sunday,
Oct. 10, 5:00 p.m. 2990
Sheridan. Call 423-8055.
Sony-630 Tape Recorder. Must sell.
15 months old. $260. 432-6480.
1969 Camaro Convertible 4-speed.
New Tires. Very clean.
Nikon FTN Camera with f 1.4 50
m.m. auto lens. Contact 220
DELUXE Component stereo
includes 2 UNIVERSITY
SOUND walnut 3 speaker sound
tables, GARRARD SYNCHRO
LAB 95 Turn table, HARMAN
KARDOM CITATION "A" and
"b" Control Center and power
amplifier, 2 Calrad stand
microphones, 1 David Clark
$1150.00--Must sell- Best offer.
435-3927. 1670 Cheyenne St.
1962 TR4 TONNE AU. 7 Wire
Wheels. Reconditioned. Extras.
Jack. 1301 Cather, 432-0361.
'70 Honda 350 Scrambler. Must
sacrifice. Any reasonable offer
1963 Chevy II. Fair condition.
$190 or best offer. 475-6551 or
70 SS CHEVELLE Factory stereo
tape, buckets, four speed.
For Sale: Goya G-10 Concert Guit
ar. Like new. 466-7059.
1964 MGB Great condition. $825
or best offer. 475-941 0.
'65 Plymouth Stellite. Copper 383
Automatic. 489-5504 434-2993.
914 So. 39th.
Beer Steins Mugs Mugs Mugs. Cliffs
Smoke Shop. 1 2th & O St.
1968 Renault- 10-Good condition.
Best offer over $850. 489-1421.
Junior high boy needs someone to
help him with Algebra--$3 per
hr. 2 hrs. per week. 466-0514.
STUDENTS: Try our new student
work program. Part time hours
at full time pay. 475-9980
Students needed to coach
Elementary and Junior High
boys. Also need flag football
referees. Call Southeast YMCA
488-0961. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wanted: Occasional evenings baby
sitter. Call 475-9700.
Wanted... Full time person to work
in the CORNHUSKER SALES
BOOTH in the Union. Hours
8:30 -2:30 Weekdays beginning
Oct. 11th. Salary open. Inquire
at the CORNHUSKER OFFICE
472-2586 or 472-2587. .
Diving Instructor needed at
Northeast Family YMCA. If
interested call Karen at
Retailers wanted: sell by order new
8-track stereo tape cartridges.
New list available each mo.
466-2566. Associated Services.
Lost: Three Anthropology
Notebooks in Nebraska Book
Store. Morning of September 29.
Call 477-6081 ask for Keith
IMPORT MOTORS of
Nov. 1st I Come to 36th between
R & S to get your sports car
really ready for winter. Look for
our NEW price list hanging In
Sewing and Alterations. Call Pat
Moore. 799-261 5.
Watch Repair. All makes-including
Timex. Campus Bookstore-East
side, look for yellow door.
Wanted to buy used Selmer Mark
VI alto sax in good condition.
Write Orvid Owens 709 E. 10th
St., Wayne, Nebr.
WANTED: Good home for
beautiful part Siamese kitten. 8
weeks. Female. 489-7457.
Chairmen for Union Drama,
Recreation and Miscellaneous U
of N committees needed. Apply
in Rm. 128. Union by Thurs.
Commercial pilot's flying to
Chicago this weekend. Leave
Friday afternoon. Return
Monday afternoon. Will take 3
passengers $50 eadh round trip.
Skydiving. Anyone 18 years or
older who wishes to learn how
to skydive meet at 929 Furnas
Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Oct. 7th for
information on costs and other
See Crow in Person-Coliseum, Fri.,
Oct. 1 5, 8:30 p.m.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1971
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