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There will be a meeting
Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in 209
Oldfather for students
interested in the Nebraska
Junior Year Abroad Program.
Formal application paper will
be distributed and questions
answered. Anyone unable to
attend should see Dr. Cory,
Oldfather 1 103.
The University Film
Cooperative will hold a
meeting at 7:30 Tuesday in the
Nebraska Union. Anyone
interested in working in film is
meet at lunch
What would be the first
thing to enter your mind if you
received a phone call from the
dean of yc college asking
you to have lunch with him?
Ten randomly selected
freshmen received just such
calls. Each year for the past
. several years, Dean E.F. Frolik
and Dr. Franklin Eldridge,
assistant dean of the College of
Argriculture, have hosted
several Ag-freshmen luncheons,
financed by grants from the
Ten people attended the
luncheon, which was held
recently at the Nebraska
Center for Continuing
The luncheons allow deans
to become acquainted with
students and vice versa, as well
as provide feed-back from
randomly chosen students.
Students are not chosen
because of grades.
invited to attend.
Young Republicans will
sponsor an informal seminar on
voting regulations and
procedures with Allen
Beermann, Nebr. Secretary of
State, in the Nebraska Union
Small Auditorium on Monday
at 8 p.m.
Interviews for East Campus
Union executive positions will
be held Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
Interested students should call
East Union ext. 2955.
The Record Lending
Library has 20 new records and
50 more are arriving soon. Rm.
236 Nebraska Union.
The Madrigal Singers and
the Brass Emsemble will
present a concert Tuesday at 8
p.m. in Kimbell Recital Hall.
Join a group that's always
in the write. Interviews for
second semester Daily
Nebraskan staffers will be held
Thursday. Highly interesting
and stimulating positions
available include City Campus
writers, East Campus writers
and Copy Editor. Come to our
place, Rm. 34 Nebraska Union,
to apply. We want to join you!
Daily Nebraskan Classifieds may be placed in Room 34 Nebraska Union uetween 9:00 AM
and 5:00 PM daily weekdays. . Cost for one ad isj$.08 per word ($.80 minimum) for one
insertion. Call 472 2590 for more information, or use the above form and bring it into the
office. No refunds. No complimentary ads unless the error is brought to our attention within
the firs business day after publication.
X-mas Sale: Will print any design or
letters on t-shirts - or
NATIONAL EMBLEM. 10th 61
Antique wire rims. Large selection.
$2-5. Call 435-7632.
'59 Ford. No safety sticker, snow
tires, or great looks. OIL HOG.
Why would you want it. Good
brakes, mill, traney and 16
m.p.g. on highway. Good for
transportation. $60 or best offer.
477-4794 after 5:00 p.m.
Stereo components. Brand Names,
guaranteed. Will undersell any
dealer in Lincoln. Call 489-5233,
Mon. thru Thurs. 6-9 p.m.
Kodak X-90 Instamatic Camera.
Abel 502 or Schramm 606.
2 17.5 snow tires. New condition.
Recap. Contact Richard
'70 Volks-Bug, dark blue, white
interior, best offer. 434-7345.
Spacious 1970 Schult 128 X 52'
Mobile home 2 bedroom. Central
air, carpeted, bay window,
skirting, excellent condition.
Remington 20 gauge shot gun,
Wingmaster pump. Like new.
Used Remington 12 gauge shot gun.
Automatic, vent rib, $85.
Used Columbia 26" Boys bicycle,
2-speed automatic, $30.
"LAW SCHOOL- WILL I LIKE IT?
CAN I MAKE IT?" A new book
by a recent law graduate for
prospective law students. Send
$2.95. Kroos Press, Box 3709A,
Milwaukee, Wis. 53217.
Best pipe and lighter selection in
town. Cliffs Smoke Shop. 12th &
'66 Jaguar coupe. Red, Call
472-2581 or 435-7502 after 5.
Ask for Rod.
Watch Repair. All makes-including
Timex. Campus Book store-East
side. Look for yellow door.
Pregnant? Who cares? We do! Call
Lost yellow-gold round wire rim
glasses. Reward. Call 475-6391.
Part-time auditor, 3 days week.
1 1 p.m. 7 a.m. No experience
necessary. Apply in person
Clayton House Motel.
Smokey Bear so now you're 21.
Try it, you'll like it. S.
Cootie-woman, Saved 5 billion
cooties for your B-party in 506.
505, 501 B.
Kris, Party in 506. We'll bring the
cake, you bring tha booze. 506.
Cootie-woman. Happy Birthday
from The Pit. Becky, Nance, Sue.
BRIDE AND GROOM WANTED.
If you're going to be married in
late Jan., let us foot the bill. We
need a bride and groom to be
married at a public ceremony.
For details write Bride, P.O. Box
80209, Lincoln NB. 68501.
Vacancies available for 2nd
semester at co-ed Cornhusker
co-op! 705 N. 23rd. Call
475-6796. Ask for an officer for
European Nomads MOST
ECONOMICAL way to Europe
summer '72. Write European
Odyssey, Winsted, Minn. 55395.
2 girls need ride to Orange Bowl.
Call Linda 477-6516.
Commission checks are in. Bring
I.D. to Rm. 34 Nebraska Union.
Wanted: 1 pr. of skis 190-205CM; 1
pr. of ski boots size 1 1 J4 M. Call
Gary 477-5945 or 471-2371.
KRNU (90.3FM) will carry
the Metropolitan Opera
broadcast starting Dec. 1 1 with
Verdi's "Luisa Miller," The
broadcast will end on April 22,
1972 with the final opera of
Sir Rudolf Bing's last season as
general manager of the Met.
The Metropolitan Opera will
stage five productions during
the 1971-72 season. These will
also be in the broadcast
schedule. They are Wagner's
"Tristan und Isolde" on Dec.
18; Debussy's "Pelleas et
Melisande", Jan. 29;Donizett's
"La Fille du Regiment" March
25; Verdi's "Otello" April 8
and Carl Maria von Weber's
"Der Freischuntz" on April 15.
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Gorman spood lacing, Goody eat storm wait.
SVEA Back Pock Stove
Heats XYi pts. of
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5" high, 3!4" diom
Weighs 1 lb., 2 at.
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Use them as a jacket in cool weather,
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Nylon shell, goose down insulation, nylon
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'lilt Wh it:
MONDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1971
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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