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Final vote tally
In the final tally of ASUN election
balloting two senators previously reported as
senate seat winners in Teachers College were
defeated. The two are Donna Sinor (AUP)
and Mark Smitheram (SIP).
Newly announced Senate seat winners
from Teachers College are Carolyn Lee
(AUP), Mary Pat Shelledy (SC) and Kathe
Final results of the election showed that a
total of 3,787 students voted - about 19 per
cent of UNL students.
The new constitution failed to get enough
votes. It needed 3,020 votes and got only
1 ,830. A total of 1 ,220 voted against it.
On the fee issue, 70 per cent of student
voters favored continued support of the
University Health Center and the Nebraska
Union. Seventy seven per cent favored
supporting the Daily Nebraska n with student
fees; 70 per cent were for continued fee
support of Recreation and Intramurals and
62 per cent favored supporting the ASUN
Senate with fee money.
The constitutional amendment failed and
students approved having beer sold on
campus by a vote of 2,832 for and 833
The Nebraska Public Interest Research
Group (NEBPIRG) got the support of 1,942
students but 1,366 were against putting the
additional $1.50 charge on the tuition
Other raw senators
acknowledged m winning are:
Arts end Sciences: Chris McEh-oy (SC). Mmhi
Porter (SC). Business Administration: Ken Bouch
Engineering and Architecture: 8ehroot Emen
Graduate and Professional: ' Den nit Slipekoff,
Ron Frank. Robert Kraf ka and William Puree! I.
Thoe elected to advisory board portion In the
College of Art and Science: -English Henee
Mulrhead. Languages Robert Rhwtt. Natural
Science j Math-Roger Hoebelheinrlch (SO.
Social Science A Philosophy Carolyn Beyer (SC).
School of Fine Arts Dennis Eltermeler. School of
Journalism Vickie Horton (SC).
Teacher College: Elementary Education-Jan
Baumgartner and Kathy Wetzel. Secondary
Education Mary Jo Christiansen and Janet
Agriculture: Agriculture Economic S ill Uden.
Crop Science Calvin Paschold. Dairy
Production Clyde A hlschwede. Agriculture
Education Journalism Dennis Cetefc.
Horn Economics: Human Development Si the
family Bonnie Stare. Textile Clothing and
Design Oebbra Stark.
Some of the students elected to advisory
board positions are not included because
there was not sufficient information
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1:30 p.m. Nebraska
2 p.m. Union Anthropology
Department film "The Hunters"
3:30 p.m. Union-Builders Students
Faculty Relations -
3:30 p.m. 104 Hamilton
Hall -"Peter Lengyet"
3:30 p.m. Bessey HaH-"Cerl
4 p.m. ' Union Anthropology
Department film "The Hunters"
4 p.m. U non ASUN Senate
4:30 p.m. Union Builder Calender
4:45 p.m. Union Union Planning
6:30 p.m. U nlon Engineering
8:45 p.m. Union Kappa Kappa Psi
6 p.m. Union Red Cross
7 p.m. Union Inter Fraternity
7 p.m. Union Anthropology
Department film 'The Hunters"
7 p.m. Union Christian In Action
7 p.m. Union Builders Executive
7:30 p.m. Union-math counselors
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KRNU wins prize
FM Radio station KRNU, on the UNL campus, has been
selected for a programming prize in the Eighth Annual Major
Armstrong Awards for excellence and originality in FM
KRNU won a Merit Certificate as a runner-up in a
community service category with a program, "Take Two
Aspirins and CaR Me in the Morning," part of a five-part report
on what was termed "the deplorable state of rural health care
in the area. "
The program was produced by KRNU News Director Peter
'Mayeux and the students in his class in advanced broadcasting
Under Mayeux's direction, the seven students researched
and wrote the program, which the Armstrong judges described
as "an outstanding example of the community service that can
be provided by radio and by truly concerned students."
You re on the way
First of all, Army ROTC only takes up about
three to five hours a week of your time while you're in college.
No big thing.
Second, it gives you an edge on the other
guys. In areas like management, organization and leadership.
No big thing.
Third, it pays $100 a month during your junior
and senior years. No big thing.
Fourth, it lets you serve your country as an
Army Officer. No big thing.
But the big thing is that little things add up. The
eoucauon, uie oacKgrouna, r or ' i
the experience. y
Kignt now you may
think Army ROTC will look
small on your resume. But a
lot of employers don't think so.
And with jobs getting tougher
to come by, a little thing like
ROTC can start to look
The more you look at it, the
better it looks.
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THE DAILY NE3RASKAN
WEDNESDAY, APRILS, 1972
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