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CSL committ&e to investigaid
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Presents Clint Eastwood in
PLAY MISTY FOR ME
Clint Eastwood (tan and makes his directorial debut in this
psychological mystery thriller about a popular disc jockey and the
trouble he brings on hirmself by obliging a fan who is constantly
requesting him to "play Misty" for her. Eastwood later becomes
involved with the girl, but what the unsuspecting swinger does not
understand until too late is that the girl is a psychopath, lethally
obsessed with him and determined to stop at nothing to get what
she wants. Not just another sensational shocker, PLAY MISTY FOR
ME has been called the PSYCHO of the 70's.
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17TH AND VAN DORN
appointed a committee ot tnree. iney vwr
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before the CoUricil, Daily Nebraskan Editor
Tom Lansworth said he received many
complaints about hazing activities in
response to an editorial on the subject,
which appeared in the Nebraskan Friday,
"Some of the stories I was told (about
alleged pledge hazing activities) were sort of
shocking, but I tend to believe them."
He asked CSL to investigate possible
hazing activities because "membership in a
campus organization shouldn't require a
student to relinquish rights he has before
joining that organization."
According to the recently revised
Interfraternity Council (IFC) By-Laws, such
hazing of pledges is prohibited. The
document also forbids any tactics that might
"prove injurious to the pledge" or "bring
discredit to the fraternity or the organized
fraternity system as a whole."
"It appears that IFC is not doing a good
job of enforcing its own by-laws,"
Lansworth said. "I'd like to have CSL find
out if anything can be done about the
charged with "posing questions to the Office"
of Student Affairs on child care projects for
"We feel a definite need to obtain a
statement (from UNL officials) concerning
child care," said Mary Jo Ryan, staff
member of the University Child Care
Project. The staff operates two free day care
centers for children of low-income students.
According to Ryan, the child care project
is "in political limbo because of its uncertain
status in the University hierarchy." She said
the staff would like to "obtain a
commitment from the University stating
that the project is considered to be a
The child care staff also asked that a
specific UNL department be charged with
administering the day care center. They also
asked that day care centers become
"interdisciplinary laboratory facilities
approved by the University."
The centers already have been used by
several UNL departments, including
educational psychology and art edcuation,
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