The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 04, 1972, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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Bo's
by Mary Voboril
They complain about the price of beef,
parking lot conditions and snail-paced waiting
lines, but almost any night of the week the
college aged crowd knows the place to go is
Littie Bp.
Which is why Little Bohemia has had to
expand its buildings three times in the last three
years.
And why Bo's budgets $200,000 a year just
for entertainment.
And why Little Bo is the fifth largest
distributor of Budweiser beer in the United
States.
Why does Little Bo, now in its 34th year of
business, hold such magnetism for the area's
under-30 set?
Reuben (Red) Worster, who with Don
Vanous and Merlin Slosson own Bo's East, Bo's
West and an adjacent off-sale, said young
people continue their nightly migration to Bo's
not jUSt for drinking (day nobraskan
'because they know they're getting a hell of a
lot for their money."
Bo's has no cover charge, even for such
nationally known performers as Doug Kershaw,
Glass Menagerie, Hello People, Cricket, the
Sheffields and D.D. Smith.
Bo's entertainment, priced at about $4,000
for two groups a week, is Bo's main attraction,
according to Vanous.
"Bo's isn't just another place to drink," he
said.
The owners admit they cater to collegiates.
From the walls of the brick and board
structures hang illuminated posters that
highlight big moments in the Big Eight and
other leagues. Nebraska No. 1 banners, Husker
helmets and other Big Red memorabilia dot the
walls to accomodate Nebraska football freaks.
But Bo's also is a mecca for the area's
non-college It's a place away from campus or
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Editor -in-chief: Jim Gray. Managing Editor: Tom Lantworth. Newt
Editor: Randy Baam. Eact Campus Editor: John Russnogle.
Nam Staff. Reporter: Bart Backer, Stave A rvanette. Michael (O.J.)
Melton, Debbie Fairley, A.J. McClanahan, Sara Schwleder, Shelly
Kalkowtki, Bob Shanahan, Chrit Harper, Jane Owens, Adella Wacker,
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Kubert, Carolyn Hull. Sport editor: Jim Johntton. Spot tt writer: Kim
Ball, Steve Kadel. Magazine coordinator: Bill Ganzel. Photography
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editor: Steve Stratter. Senior editort: Cheryl Wettcott, Dave Downing.
Copy editort: Mary Voboril, John Lyman. Circulation: Kelly Nash, Jim
Sheridan, Charlie Johnton. Staff artitt: Greg Scott. Editorial assistant:
Vickl Horton. Columnist: Michele Coyle, John Vihstadt.
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Business Staff. Coordinator: Jerri Hauwler. Ad manager Bill Carver.
Attittant ad manager: Jeff Aden. Accountant representative: Robert
Flood, Vickl Bagrowtki, Craig McWilliamt, Mary Dorenback. Terri
Adrian, Mitch Mohanna, Larry Swanton, Doreen Droge, Kris. Collins,
Barbara Chaney, Susan Lanik. Account artitt: Sarah Start.
Receptionist: Kathy Cook.
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