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LOUDSPEAKER SALES AND
SERVICE. 25 discount on new
Four All-Glass Aquariums 35, 26,
24 and 16 gallon sizes.
10 spd. boy's Schwinn varsity,
green. 22" frame. New last fall.
Call 434-3651 after 2:00 p.m.
Concord stereo cassette tape deck.
Excellent condition. 434-8013.
See at 7420 Garland.
SALE: Will print any design or
letters on t-shirts or sweet shirts
- $2.50 NATIONAL EMBLEM,
10th a O.
New bicycles, 10 speed, European
racing bike. Quality plus,
488-9519 or 488-4803.
Smith-Corona Sterling portable
typewriter, 180 cm skis and
bindings. Microscope with light.
INTERNATIONAL JOBS -
Europe, South America, Asia,
Australia, U.S.A. Openings In all
fields - Social Sciences,
Business, Sciences, Engineering,
Education, etc. Alaska
construction and pipeline work.
Earnings to $500 weekly.
Summer or permanent. Paid
expenses, bonuses, travel.
Complete current information -only
$3.00. Money back
guarantee. Apply eerly for best
opportunities - write now I I I
International Employment. Box
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1972
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DAILY NEBRASKAN WANT ADS can be placed in
room 34 Nebraska Union. Cost is $.08 per word, $1 .00
minimum. Payment in advance only. Complimentary
ads may be run only if error is brought to the Nebras
fcan's attention the pusiness day after publication.
7 2 1 - N 6 8 . Peabody,
Massac husett , 01960. (Not an
Wanted: Lead singer for rock
group. 4754145. 434-1962,
Men for Boy Scout Summer Camp
Staff. Competitive salary, 9
weeks, room & board, 21 years
old. Waterfront Director (WSI).
Scout craft Director (Scout
experience), Flejd Sports
Director (NRA or small weapons
proficiency). Archery Director
(18 years) Call 477-3787.
Wanted: Group to pley at High
School Dance, March 26, in
Wahoo, Neb. Contact Mrs.
Sennett 443-4332 during school
Models needed for public relations,
conventions and fashion. We can
train. Must call for interview.
432-0921. Studio 70.
8 -track and cassettes recorded from
your records end tapes. Sound
City Studios. 144 S. '9th.
TERMPAER ARSENAL, INC.
Send $1.00 for your descriptive
catalog of 1,300 quality
termpapers. 519 Glenrock Ave.,
Suite 203 Los Angeles, Calif.
90024. (213) 477-5493. "We
need e local salesman".
Pregnant? Who cares? We dot Call
Need someone to listen who cares -
Crisis Hearth Aide: 472-2200.
refcifo duck whisky cgf 4.49
cold beer . . 5fh .79
12 pk 2.49
pdsst blue ribbon
12 pit 2.25
ccmhuskcr vedlia qt 3.49
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Roommate needed - furnished 2
bdrm airconditloned house,
close . to campus. $65mo.,
utilities pd. 475-1 208 efter 5.
Mark - You're an old man now, but
I still love ya Sweetie.
"Der Biberpelz" German Club film.
7:30 p.m. March 13, Union
F.A.C. 15c short draws ... 2-5 Fri
- Music. Red Lion Lounge,
Lower Level, Colonial Inn. 6600
ALL GIRLS - FREE DRAWS. Red
Lion Lounge. 2-5 Friday -Music.
Lower level. Colonial Inn.
5600 Cornhusker. .
Today: Veteran's Friday Afternoon
Club: 4-? P.m. 1140 Club. $1
cover; wifegal: 50c.
Book exchange for political parties
105: Thurs. March 16, at 7:00
p.m., Oldfather 516
Schattsneider and Downs. Info.
FLIGHTS TO EUROPE THIS
SUMMER. APPLY NOW Rm.
340 NEBRASKA UNION. There
is no cheaper way.
Don't miss John Sunshine at
Morocco Lounge.' , 1 01 0 P St.
8:30 12:30 Thursday, Friday,
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RD's-new visitation policy
promotes student cooperation
The modified Residence Hall Association (RHA) visitation
policy is working well according to 11 of the 12 UNL
residence hall directors (RD's). The 11 all said there has been
no increase in violations, and in six of the halls there has been
The modifications were announced Feb. 27 by UNL
Chancellor James Zumberge. The changes removed
requirements that a certain percentage of visitation hours be
devoted to educational or social activities. The modifications
also allow floor officers to sponsor visitation. Previously,
sponsors had to be faculty, staff or parents.
Dori Bush, Smith Hall RD, said the residents are "more
cooperative with the new policy." Students will obey
reasonable rules, she said.
Abel Hall RD, Gregg Snodgrass, said students are more
willing to cooperate, "They believe they were not put down
by the compromise. Most students believe the chancellor and
the Board of Regents did all they could. The regents and
Zumberge used good judgement in heading off a potentially
bad situation," he said. ' .
He said Abel Hall residents were taking advantage of the
"Most seem very happy with the changes. There aren't any
students who are asking for more liberalization, even though
they would like it," he said.
Milt Woody, Harper Hall RD, said students are limiting
themselves beyond what the policy allows.
"Some floors are being less lenient than the policy allows,"
he said. 'This is a phenomenon. I was expecting every floor to
have as many visitation hours as possible," he said.
He said the "open door" section of the policy remains
difficult to enforce, but students are violating it less than
before the modifications were implemented.
'The students are showing themselves to be reasonable
.enough to handle what they've been given" he said.
He said he hopes there will be further changes next year.
'The open door is physically and legally impossible to
enforce," he said. "I hope the regents and the chancellor will
try to change the rule, but until they do we'll enforce it as well
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