The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 04, 1972, Page PAGE 10, Image 10

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    Itanw must ba submitted to tha
Daily Nabrastofi. 34 Nebraska
On ton, two working day prior to
lha dasfaad data of publication for
Insartion In Short Stuff. Ittmi mutt
ba sutomittad in writing.
The ASUN Parking Appeals
Committee will have its final
meeting of the semester 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Union. Those
wishing to appeal a parking
ticket may pick up an appeals
form at the Campus Security
Office before noon Thursday.
The Art Auction at
Centennial College scheduled
for Saturday has been
There will be an additional
organizational meeting for
students interested in David
H iblers summer reading course
English 155, at 3:30 pjn.
Friday in 333-C Andrews.
Dirk Grathoff of the Free
University in Berlin, Germany,
will speak in German on the
reception of classical German
literature in the Marxist
literary criticism of the
German Democratic Republic
8 pjn. Thursday in the Union.
Grathoff will also speak at
10 a.m. Friday in 1107
Oldfather on the growing
politization of the German
The Art Lending Library
will check in is art loaned this
semester iMay 4 and 5 from 2-5
p.m. Pictures should be
brought to 237 Union.
RHA refrigerator pick up
will be May 8,9. 10 from 3-5
pjm. and 6-8 pjm. in each
residence complex. The RHA
office wiS be open at these
tinaH fur any questions.
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An open house win be held
at the Cornhusker Co-op (705
N 23rd) from 2-4:30 p.m.
Interviews will be from 9-11
p.m. May 10 in 331 Union for
a student summer job with the
College of Arts and Sciences to
evaluate and analyze data from
John Robinson's survey of
freshmen. Job description and
applications are available at
331 Union (472-2581).
ASUN is sponsoring a
benefit for the Poorhouse
Coalition with the Bill Haley
and the Comets film, "Rock
Around the Clock." After the
film will be a sock hop with
crowning of the Poison Ivy
Queen and a dance contest.
The gala affair, UNL's society
event of the year, will be from
9-12 Friday at Henzlik Hall.
The new telephone number
for the information center.
Window 2, street floor.
Administration Building is
The CSL meeting 7 p.m.
Thursday will concern various
reports from standing
committees and others and
plans for summer and next
year. The meeting will be in
the Union.
David Novelli of the Gak
Ridge National Laboratory will
speak on "Change in
Isoaccepting Transfer RNA
Species During Viral Infection
and Cell Differation," at the
Chemistry Department
Seminar at 3:30 p.m. Friday in
104 Hamilton Hall.
There will be a
closed-circuit showing of the
film. "Social Work" in the
Union small auditorium 7 p.m.
An additonal section on
elementary astronomy.
astronomy 3 (now No. 103)
will be offered next fall.
Section 001: MWF 1:30-2:20
p.m. and Section 002: TT
10:30-1 1:45 am
Certificates for Pi Mu
Eps'lon (math honorary) may
be picked up in 910 Oldfather
accord i ng to Mary
Sommermeyer. treasurer.
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