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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1973)
Pick up football tickets
beginning on August 28
Students may pick up or
purchase their 1973 season
football tickets at the Coliseum
Auq. 28 through 31 from 8
a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.
The tickets are $14.50 each
.'ind everyone must present a
valid student ID with a current
The athlotic office noted
that l-jst y; ir some students
v.- ( registered full-time, but
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their ID card was incorrectly
marked part-time. The office
advised that students check
their ID before standing in the
ticket line, since they will be
required to show they are
Assistant bursar Gary
Fouraker said that
preregistered students' ID's had
been checked, but if a student
had an incorrect ID, he should
bring it to the bursar's office.
He advised students who
become full-time through drop
and add to have their ID
marked by the bursar's office
representative at drop and add.
Married students also must
present their marriage
certificate to purchase a ticket
for their spouse.
The ticket o f f i c r
emphasized that students mus
pick up their own tickets ever
though they may hav
purchased them in a block it
the spring lottery, sina
students will be asked to sigr
for the tickets.
Faculty tickets probably
will be mailed out during the
week of Aug. 27.
3-day fast to raise money
First, the students of the Lincoln Walk
for Development recruit you to walk 19
miles - now they're asking you to fast for
The Walk, a project run by UNL students
for the past three years to raise money for
local and international development
projects, is sponsored by the American
Freedom from , Hunger Foundation
(AFFHF), an organization that initiates
social and economic development programs
throughout the world.
The AFFHF is sponsoring the National
Fast for Unity from Friday evening, Aug. 24
to Sunday afternoon, Aug. 26. The fast, the
first of its kind wilfsdraw representatives
from the nation's Indian tribes, minority and
social action groups, welfare rights groups,
civil rights groups and Appalachian groups to
the Indian reservation in Winnebago, Neb.
They will meet to fast and to discuss
issues ranging from the situation of the
American Indian in the United States to
redevelopment of drought-stricken West
Africa, and propose solutions to these
The fast offers the chance to engage in a
cross-cultural event, learn more about
conditions of social injustice and poverty,
and what can be done about them, according
to Student Volunteer Services.
While other cultural awareness programs
presented by various ethnic student groups
took place on campus, the National Fast for
Unity will take place at the reservation.
If you want to participate in the fast and
the discussion, contact Lynn Silhasek, rm.
200 Union. (472-2486).
ATTENTION N.U. STUDENTS
HAVE A BALL!!
PUTT PUTT GOLF COURSE
Belmont Shopping Center
11th and Cornhusker
Must show student ID card
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Daily Rag9 Needs
A Few Good People
I lie I 'M. newspaper is now
aeeeptine upplica tjons for the
positions of advertising
let! Alien, t lie advertising
eoordin.i'or for the Daily
SeKr.isk.in said lie will need at
le.ist ten riiou- advertising
representatives tor account
serviurv and sales work.
"We tan .'ive the ad. reps,
sales experience, advertising
experietne. and j'ood bucks."
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lepiesentatives will be p. ud i
ni"iithly soiiiiiii'-siun based on
iJependnii' upon his or h
a i' r e s s i v e n e s s i n .1
perservereiu e, an ad. rep . .t i j
make "Ver S.o' per h hh
Aden rep' n ted.
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"Our emulation will he eut oil
unless 3 distribution people are
found before August 24." said Jerri
llaussler, iJusiness Coordinator for
the Daily Nebraskan.
"We need 3 people, 5 morninos a
week to plate the "Kan" on l ast &.
City tanipus," said llaussler. "lite
pay is fMiotl,' she said.
Kourn 34 Student Union
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HAVI A KA;
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Subscriptions tor the Daily
Nebraskan aie now on sale for
S1) Ml) per semester or VA00 per
year ( all Kathy, Kooni 34 Student
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Students, faculty and staff
will be able to determine their
alcohol quotient (AQ) on
Wednesday, Thursday and
The Lincoln Alcohol Safety
Action Project will have a
display in the Union from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. on these days.
The machine (above) can
approximate the amount of
alcohol needed to legally
impair a person.
The machine works with a
number of variables, blood
volume being most important,
to determine the number of
drinks needed for alcohol in
the blood to reach one-tenth of
one per cent. A driver is
considered legally intoxicated
at the one-tenth per cent mark
Jack Merritt, public
information coordinator for
the project, said the AQ
machine attempts to show
people individually how many
drinks it takes to reach the
one-tenth per cent level.
r 0 PIZZA FASLOE &
u 0 Ve PubIic house
360 NO. 48th
Si'ngaleng fq live banjo and piano
OW Time Movies Nighly
Many van'efies ofdorwesicanal
imported brewed aduli beverages
Lots ot FREE PARKING-!
This coupon is worth 50 cents toward the
purchase of any order of Lasagne, any order
of spaghetti, any order of chicken, any
sandwich, any salad or any pizza.
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I 0ne coupon per customer per night.
tuesday, august 7, 1973
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